BLYTHEVILLE. (ARK.) COURIER NEW3 WEDNESDAY, MAY 1, 1946 fta Secrets Pi Atomic Bomb College Physicist 10-Year Term in London, Uay 1 (UP)—Dr. Alan 34ryear-old atom bomb i«»$«n<«d to 10 years' todajr for disolos- wcret« to "un- "If Tell Me About Pop Hi* «te ttpUaetti In criminal <X*eC •itW fitvUnt rullty to vlo- U* C*«eW Becret* Act. by information of possible an enemy during the per- Ift tetwetfi J»n. I' »nd Sept. 30, IMS * i l M«f. » physttfet «l King's Col)Me, icndon, worked for the Bri- tfcih government on, the atom bomb in Canada from the. early part of WJjuitU September, 1945, when h« *turaed to Britain When lily entered the - court- rcom. Justice Holand Oliver asked Mm feow )» »lsh«d to plead. »Th«re ns » long pause.'Then Mky^nodded his head and said, "Guilty, my Lord, ' •T»£'sclenHst was charged with "Communicating information, con- tTirj*-to the Official Secrets Act of'1911 'Maf was arrested on March 4 at longs College in central London, ^ust after he finished a classroom; lecture. He had been held Without tiill since Irrsn. .''.Biff Hartley told the -court after tjtife scientist pleaded guilty, "By no means all atomic of »hat is known ener«> w.ilch -Nurui Spice of Life (ells her first colt, son of Discovery, liow his old m;in won $195,207 while he was running around. Also that'this little fellow is a half brother to Knockdown. Discovery was bred nl Mercworth Fnrni, where Hi is colt also was foalotl. Youngster is staled for 1947 Kecncliind summer sales. • ties report to the military govflrn- ment 'officials thai tile whereabouts of ninny of the mothers is unknown nivd hence it Is impossible to plnce their children for adoption. They have more requests for adaptions (linn they have children v<ho can be pltxccd. Under the Nazi system, all foster cr-adopted children were placed hi homes of "reliable party members" Irrespective of the welfare of the Hfei* recalled previously publlshe<l facts-' that the scientist, while in a rlifcponsible senior position in Gpnada, gave information on a vital process and samples of uranium *> persons who contacted him. Nazi Homeless Children Pose Problem to U.S. ilTiWJVJA*! f- MeMENAMIN VnlU* rfni-r SUM Canmpondent :-WASHINGTON (UP)— American military government officials In Qtrmany have reported to the War Jury Exonerates Father of Slayer Hubert Byler's Wife Foctt Trial Tomorrow In Izard County Court. MELBOURNE, Ark., May I. (UP) —An I/ard county circuit court Jury ate yesterday returned a verdict of 'not guilty" for 64-year-old Jim :3ylcr, on trial In connection with the brutal shooting last Decemlier of I/ard County Sheriff J. Lawrence Hnrhcr. Pappy Jim, father of 34-year-old Elubert, who has already'been t*en- lunced to die In the electric chair for killing the sheriff, faced murder charges In the case along with other of the Byler clan. '. • Immediately alter (he verdict, which took the jury only 12 jnln- utes. Prosecuting Attorney Harrell Simpson of Pocahtas indicated he would not press charge* mjaliua Jim's wife, Eva. and a daughter, \frs. Alfle Young. Hubert's 19-year-old wife, Esther I*e, is booked for trial Thursday morning on first degree murder 'cliiugcs. After the shooting last December 4, she fled to the hills with Hubert, where they lived in caves for two months before giving up to Bnlesvltle authorities. Meanwhile, Hubert's attorneys have filed a motion for a new trial, and n hearing on tht motion was set for May 13. Hubert Is now confined In the death house at Tucker State Prison Farm. Traffic Accidents To Take High Toll CHICAGO, April 30. (U.P.)—The National Safety Council said today Ihat traffic accidents were "reconverting to the ways of peaca" and warned thai the 1946 toll may be Hie worst In the nation's history. The Council reported that 8,120 persons were killed In traffic accidents in the first three months of this year, with the toll "running neck and neck" with the record-breaking pre-war period. The 8.120 figure, the Council snid, was only two |«r cent below that for the same period in 1941, and 44 per cent greater than that for the first three months of last year. On the basis of the three-month toll, the Council predicted that more than 38,000 persons would die in traffic nccidents l>efore the Naval Lieutenant Gets Instructor's Long Island Post Lieut. <jg) John L. "Tommy" Thompson, USNR, has accepted a position as Instructor In the United Slates Maritime Academy at Kings Point, Long Island, following his release from active duty In the Nr.val Reserve. The son of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Thompson, he Is spending part of his terminal leave here with them. Lieutenant Thompson will begin his duties In Long Island May 8. end of the year, Fifteen cities with txrpulations of 150,000 or more showed Improvement In their traffic death records for the three months of 1940, compared with 1945. They Included Memphis, Tenn., New Orleans, IA , and Atlanta. CHAMPAIGN. 111. (UP)—Home gardeners are urged to treat their iecd chemically to insure good early growth by plant pathologic M. a. Linn, of tile University 01 Illinois. Linn said seeds ;»houUl be treated to prevent rot before they g«rnlln- ate. He warped that no single chemical can be applied to all seeds, since certain chemicals may 3 POINTS IN BUYING ASPIRIN Million prtfer lliiw iioiriU in Ht-Jos^iki Asjiirin (I) Ilifh (jLlulily (-) l'':i»t m'lii;:i (.)> Ural cr-imoiiiy. Always lUinautl 'it. JuA-l'li Aspirin, world's largest seller ut inc. Kuvo more ou 100 tablet nice for »5c. T—, , to the .unknown d^id. Military government, aii- persofcs) has been made public." [horities are reviewing these placements, which were mndc piior to the occupation. The child welfare nnd youth programs of llin Nuzi Reich collapsed with the capitulation of Germany. Occupation forces were faced wltli the problem of providing care for expectant and nursing mothers, 1 indigent and working mothers, r- plians, illegitimate homeless children, nvlected nnd handicapped children nnd juvenile delinquents. The .report stated that child welfare departments in Germany are still inadequately staffed nnd not, performing nil the supervisory functions assigned to them. The problem of homeless ami unatlached children lias been cx- remely difficult, the report said. In the Frankfurt aien alone T.he miniber of such children receiving care rose from an nvcrngc or 17 new cases per week in September to 112 in October and is still high. Many Found Wanderinp Child authorities r.vd raced with in serious nrobletn of caring foi a large number of children evaraat- Keen Interest Shown In Tax-Forfeited Lands LITTLE ROCK, Ark., May 2 <U.I'.)—State Land Commissioner-Claude Hnnkin today gave Norfork niul Bull Shoals Dan\s crcdi for a record sale of stato-ownc< lands in Arkansas last month. Jiis office collected *40,8«3 ii April—nearly double the figure for last April. The Commissioner said the state sold 10,708 acres of land at an average price of $2.29 an acre, and 90 per cent of It was In the mountainous country where the two dams promise to boom tourist trade In the near future. Hnnkin reported thai, his office collected $142.0-17 in land sales, redemptions and fees In the first 10 months of Hie 1940 fiscal year ending yesterday. J. LOUIS CHERRY K«preHn(ln| New York Life Insurance Co. BlrtbcvtUe, Ark. Ivan R. Van Patten Your Saks Representative for lilytheville and all of Northeastern Arkansas The,ARKANSAS Automobile Club Affiliated With Amer. Auto Association A. A. A. Residence 418 Su. Luke Residence I'lione 2t(KI BLYT1IKVILLK. AKK. CASH BUYERS for YOUR PROPERTY! For a quick sale see me. I have buyers for homes. List your property with me. My commission is 5%. I have no sidelines. H. C. CAMPBELL Office 12* So. Second 446 or 2 BONDED AND INSURED 24-Hour TAXI SERVICE CALL 968 Bill Wundcrlich Rallraad Street — K*M RaMwton'a Draf Store WADE'S Berlin number Department that there are 50,00(1 llfcgUlirute children in alone and »- proportionate throughout "th e "country. vThe Nazi desire for an increased birth rate^anfi a resultant state sahction oni lU*»iUmaiy v : was ..given ac the cause. By luw the JuBend- I Writ ar» , peparUnentl is the Rend Courier News Wont Ads II "Bo found loitering on the street. Those who cunnoL be reunited with llicli families arc |ili\ced In fester homes or Institutions. Juvenile delinquency h»s increased, gmrllculnrly in tlie huge cities lik c Berlin and Munich. Most or the crimes me thclt. burglary and petty offenses such as failure to work, and violntion of the cuilovv. Sentences from 10 to SO dnys d«trillion and fines or 1,000 marks. I Prescription for Home Comfort! lc|al guardian of every illegitimate cluld-*on|-ki Germany, Uie report 3 ed during the war irom areas subject to air attacks. Many of theso ...--__ children stalled homeward without i*q«t pf these children are placed i assistance from welfare mithori- fci; Meter homes or Institutions ties when the war ended. Later wrien+ihey camiot be given care by they were found wandering from thtirlhotnerE 6r by relatives. The Icily to city In search of relatives. Many of them. particularly young girls, have become delinquent. Police have been authorized ay .-be .placed for adoption •peri/the 'mother grants permis- stan- ' child welfare author!- to detain anyone under 21 years of *v* ALL OVt* , Ptfti-Ciia Company, Long Island Cily, N. Y, Battier: t'epxi-Coli Mottling Co. of lilytheville NOTICE! RESIDENTS OF ARKANSAS! BOYETT DDT Spraying Co. . IS NOW EQUIPPED TO SERVE YOU I)»e to the fa^l it is twice as hard for a veteran „,. „_ •' World War II to BO inln business as it is for T^ r »•>' other person, I am just opening for Inisi- ^jf,*,^, . "*»' »nd would appreciate your patronage. t*£* W *^"* * *** Te s * < ' l<r * d 'he k*sl in DDT insccliciile powder >nd liquid. It is the same tyvc we used in the European theatre of war and also lit-inj: > »s«* In the Pacific theatre of operations by nur armed forces to combat insects. This lypc of ^ f ' t DDT is now being nsed by the government on 1 lams. I *• «S»ifP«d t« spray or rtusl anything "*!' "^ fc f ' y** wish te be dnstcri or sprayed, f specially bMM*, basiiKM places, gardens, barns, rhicken /' ' t«»»», shrmbbery, ditcbes and outlioiiscs. ' »» »h* prowl to announre that I have '*> t«t*ra»s w«rkinc for me, who have just linen J t *ta«fcar»«d trot* tlw Army. ^Wfcjr fff_Mfrt Thurt Necessary to Get Your v ~ Property ChraMtf of Pesty Insects? jg * ^ :_ C«« MK M»y »nd I will c«me or send a rrp- "' ^* " i«««Utt»« U tee yen and sive ynu ail csli- •• T"" property lo he sprayrd. Gtn. (Buddy) Hoyell, Owner Lifted at 111 K. Vine St. PHone3602 My Regular Deliveries Have Been Completed I Still Have Available '• a few bushel* of Higk Germinating PIONEER Hybrid SEED CORN in Popular Varieties ~ CALL Oft SEE Mrs. Howard Bowen Luxora, Ark. Phone 1-F-ll These varieties on sale at Dip following stores: ( Lihlwrll-Miihan N >jtore Hwy. fil Sauth 1'rcston Ramey Store Sandy Ridge W. M. Taylor Store Kefeer Wallace Miller's Store Joiner Choose your home furnishings thoughtfully to fit the individual needs of your home. Lot your requirements be good design, and *, i i - - • quality materials, plus fine craftsmanship ... then mix in a dash of your own ingenuity. Just remember • • • inferior ingredients can cancel the value of the most carefully mixed prescription. That's why it will always pay to buy good furniture . . . livingroom, bedroom breakfast nook or kitchen furniture from WADE'S will compliment your home for many years Is It Out of Order? 0 Our mechanics are Not Factory Trained—but They are GOOD! • Their work is GUARANTEED! • Their Prices are REASONABLE! • They are well equipped to do Light Repair Work on any make of Car or Truck! • They Guarantee to SATISFY! NEWT SHORT in Charge of Garage. MARK'S Auto Service Prompt Road Service Washing, Greasing, Polishing All Standard I'roducts Phone 2611 Ash at Second ro come. Fee/ Free to Use Our Convenient/y Fosy Terms for Your Purchase, FOR SALE! 1C Ga. Corrugated Steel Culverts in 16 Ft, Lengths with Connecting bands. They're Lighter than Concrete, Easier to Install and Will Last a Lifetime. CALL OR WRITE— LEE WILSON & CO. Phone 18 Wilton, Ark. WADE FURNITURE CO. More Furniture for Less Money. Phono 3122 112 W. Main St., Itlythcvillc RYDER Rid Him BY FRED HAKMAN , coweof ,\ eo roj'1 TRI Ai^t TRic<5 1 W J .I1.E 1 !"\CWNT YOUR ,--' CiHnplciru?Uic Haul RY T,ESI,IK TURN EH V-'ASH TUBBS KHEN S'OU CKLl \...H««'* TOW'S USTOF THE \ AT THE SA5S0S \NMWW V*UIMt.ES. LOU€,Wt> ^ fCZ EVA'S TRUNK SO ONE VYH.L K NOU1.1 PICK 'E.V; UP WILE BEt> VOU WAMT WE DISTRACTS EVA'S ATrENTlOH WiTH I SHOULD PL^NT A THE TRUNK WP \JOX?S'. J/1.ITTLE ITEM OB WU-TWSNE^ \» ft NBW LITTLE HWL, gay rO I JJSf A6XT W.J, AUOIO SCANDAL. THEV MW MEyER I UP THAT KC, ASD R6PORT IT TO THE P<XI LEAVE TOH1 •OF6M FIELD) THESE &UT HW- fOtti'S SKK& ra T Glencoe Rldg. . 4% FARM LOANS Farm lonns made to fit your individual needs. Our re-payment privilege granted all borrowers. Let us explain our Pre-Payment Reserve Plan. NO EXTRA CHARGES - NO APPLICATION, APPRAISAL, ATTORNEY'S or CLOSING FEES and NO COMMISSION If wo arrangn n loan with you it is good business for us to m;ike it fit your needs because farm loans are a good investment only when thoy are good for the farm owner. NOBLE GILL AGENCY Phone 3131 POULTRY FRKSH DRESSKD DAILY FRYERS CUT UP Ray the entire F*wl or J«t the Pteeeii Tea Want Ask «Is tor Our FRESH Infertile Varrl Eggs. Garden-Fresh Produce Received Daily We Stock a Wide Variety of Pickles, Olives, Jams, Jellies Cuts and Spears ASPARAGUS All Whitl SPEAKS The V»ri»ly Gr»t«f j— COBM and SM Pickard's Gro. & Market 1»honev2013 1044 Chickasawba AT«.
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