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April 11, 1947

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 9

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FRIDAY, 'APRIL 11, 1947 BLTTHEVILLB CARK.) COURIER NEWS . PAGE M1W More War Bomb Dangers Claimed ^ jv •• ft ~ Cii iggs Fall 100 Feet—Bounce Unbroken Army Sees New Cause For Atom Worries; Navy Less Perturbed 11Y JLEE NICHOLS : (United 1'rvss Staff Correspondent) WASHINGTON, April 11. (UP) — MOW and deadly atomic weapon it could spread' rndioacllvc particles over vast areas without MI explosion is a possibility in future wars, the War Department said yesterday in a syeclal report. The Army said the new wcapoi could ijc made in secret as a l>: product of atomic energy plants, devoted in all appearances to peaceful purposes. The report said that even tin mosot rigid international atomi' controls would yuarantce this conn try no more than six vears of safe ty Irom atomic nssauft. The Army study of dcfeiiK against atomic attack, together will one toy the Navy, went lo the leg islnlivc reference section of til library of congress. They were accompanied with a analysis by Hcrnard Brmlie, Ya University professor and atotni consultant .who questioned tl need for a <>ig navy ami army and Pacific bases in future conflicts. ! Brodie believes atomic bombs make the large armies and navies of World War II r.bout a s antiquated as the feow and arrow. His viows, expressed earlier in a boqk, "The" Abolutc Weapon," have resulted In heated controversies witli- in the armed services. The summary of Army thinking, contained these statements: '1. America needs allies; it cannot stand alone ill the world today. 2. Initial strategy in the event • of atomic attack i s to absorb or divert the first attacks, deliver immediate counterattacks with long range tombers or missiles, and mo- uiliz? resources .six?pdily. . 3. The end of an atomic war may find both victor and vanquished in a stais cC almost complete ruin. The army document foresees the possibility of atomic attack by other nations in eight to 15 year without internalJonal controls. ' The Navy report does not fore- sec any radicially new mode war inside of 15 years. It says such a war come's the fleet wll depend mostly on its mobility to cscai« serious harm. The Navy says with proper design changes, fighter plane and anti-aircraft .protection, it can keep atom bomb damage to ships to a minimum. Vervy Aerialists Thrill Crow'ds As Circus Bills Post-War Acts Fresh eggs, dropped from the roof of a 100-foot high building in New York Cily, Umdecl without breaking and in fact bounced back as high as 35 feet in the air. Eggs landed on pad p! sponge-like rubber containing millions of tiny, shock-ubsorhing air cells. Stunt was a demonstration by the New York Hospital-Cornell Medical Center and the U. S. Rubber Company in joint research on prevention of injuries in airplane crashes. Above, Margaret Aglburn, research assistant, just misses catching bouncing egg seen at left. NEW YORK, Apvil 11. (UP)' — The circus wns back In Mndlson Square Garden yesterday, thrilling housands with the antics of ucr- nlists performing hl|!li above saw- lust the color of pink lemonade. One slip, and tlicy were finished. Tills lime (here were no protective ie-:s bcnenth cither Hie wire or trapeze acls. Rlngllng Brothers and Biirnum >V Bailey's l!lg Top, In Its first performance of the season last night, dazzled Hie crowds with a show built around the theme of "Streamlined Nostalgia." Gnriiuntuu, the greivl gorilla, was still there, as were the well-known faces o( lions, tigers, leopards, elephants, and monkeys—but for once, human iiertormcrs .stole the show. Glittering colors excited the spectators' eyes, brassy music filled their ears, and durliif feats alott i many new nets were Just over from Europe) captured the crowd. Harold Alzann, a young man from England's Yorkshire, calmly skipped rope on a thin wire. '•Such nerve," slghi'd Morjc Bav- lon. 28. and fresh from Sweden, Then Borje coolly climbed lo n iln.v.swaying platform high ntoovo Ids watchers' heads, lie balanced »l«lde down, with one hand, sup- poillnn himself on the end of » slick, which, In turn, had as Us base n sllplicry-louklnn ball. Just to innkc (he act tougher, he Uiiiu'pd a chnlr In Ihe olhi'r hand, Hulph Thoiumcns, 13, of Swll- zcrlniul, tinny by his foot, Irom » strap on Die end of n :t2-foot pole bnlnneed on the shoulder ot his fntlicr, I'l-Cii Thommens. "The pole broke once In Vlcnnn." Ihe cldpr 'I'lionuuens suld Inter, "but 1 caught Ralph." The colorful new pancanls Include "'Hie Wedding of Cinderella," "The Aerial Cancan," "The Hoyal Ascot," HIM "Elephaiitnxla.' They're all new this year. The chcus will remain In 41io Oimk'n, with afternoon and ills'' 1 pprfovmiuiccs daily, through May 11, and then hit the road. :ii»:l I'renilcr JoscI Ktalln hud :i "full and frmiX discussion o( Soviet and Aiuurtcan economli! systems" during his 80-mlmite mid- nlKht Interview with tho Soviet leader. SUssi'u siilrf that ho hud not discussed foreign affairs when hti was tusked siwciricaUy If he hftd llsvusscd the "Trimnm Doclilno" vllh glailn. Stassen Gets 80-Minute Interview With Stalin •MOSCOW. April 11. (UP)—'Ilnr okl Stiissen said yesterday llml RADIO REPAIR 1 AND 2 DAY SERVICE ON ANY MARK OK MODEl, UE- I.lADl.K WOUKMAN8H11>. PHONE 2642 We Cull for and Deliver FREDCALLIHAN < Klcclrical Appliance Co. Authorized Motorola Kadlo S'-iks and Bervic« 10€ South First St. WASHING MACHINES we have them f q| IMMEDIATE DELIVERY BENDIX AUTOMATIC WASHERS Th* FINEST Automatic Washing Machine Phone 3450 J HUBBARD & HOKE Your G.E. Store in BJytheviffe Men's Clothing Stores Warned To Cut Prices | United States Army spent nearly half as much money in 1917-1918 ns the entire American government hud spent since Us beginning. In 1776. WASHINGTON, April II. (UP) — •Men's clothing retailers 1mvu been 'warned by their chief .spokesman to cut prices or risk loss of public confidence. Tho latest business leader to join President Truman's drive For] voluntary price cuts was president W- O. Swanson of the National' Association of Retail Clothiers ami •furnishers. Swanson said men's clothiers could cut prices and still sell "vast quantities of merchandise," "We must 'be frank with the public and ourselves and admit that generally our profits in 1045 and 1946 were abnormal," he said. ,",..a degree of profit can be eliminated in favor of constructive nifolic relations." Let Us Hcli» You— STOP DRINKING There is no medical remedy for drink . . . but we ciui help you resist Us intliicnce! No cost to you —only co-operation. JUST CONTACT Alcoholics Anonymous Box 813—Blythcvillc, Ark. GOOD PASTURE FOR RENT Separate Pasture for Cattle and Mules Plenty of Salt and Water PHONE 869 SEED SOYBEANS CERTIFIED IMPROVED ARKSOY EARLY MATURING ' ' ..Foundation Stock —Direct From Breeder licconl test proved yicltlH 3 to 5 more bushels per ncre iincl stands tip bo It or tliiin Halsoy. Blytheville Soybean Corp, 1HOO W. Mnin 1'hone 85C.-857 REFRIGERATION—24 Hour—REFRIGERATION Sales Service ' Repairs AIR CONDITIONING WK A in: Ani.K TO OFFMI YOU WAI.IFIKD KNGINEERINO IN fiAliKS, KKl'AIKS ANI> SERVICE. Wulk-lii hdxrs, Brvrnicn ('iinlcr.s, Dhiplay Cases, Air Conditioning UnlU unit used HelrlKcratloii Equipment at all kinds. 715 W. Ash—A. H. Johnson—Phone 2188 or Poolo Motor Co., Stccfe, Mo., Phone 49 •> Lancy Appoints Two MTTLE RCCK, Ark'., 'April 11. (UP) —Gov. Ben -I/incy yesterday announced the reappoiiitmeiit (if •Uny MdrfiwcUicr ~df --paVagbuId''. .as a member of the State Board of -l^ciucation. The governor also ap- iV^iulcrt K. H. Alexander as a ''fliom'jcr of the Arkansas Plant Board. ATTENTION VETERANS! If you served overseas, yon should join the V.F.W. nowl Meetings every Wednesday night, 7:30 at the Wetenkamp Cotton Office. I!ring a veteran with you. VETERANS OF FOREIGN WARS Karris McCalla, Commander, Alemon of Mexico Will Address U.S. Congressmen WASHINGTON. April 11. (UP) — President Miguel Alcnian or Mrx-' ico 'will be accorded rare honors when he visits Washington late . this month to return the recent Mexican visit of president Truman. The White House announced llial Alcnian, who arrives here April 2D, will address a joint session of j the House and Senate at 12:30 ,p.m. May 1. Only two foreign heads of state —British Prime Ministers Winston Churchill and Clement AUIcc— have received Ihis honor in recent years. Alcman is the first modern Latin American chief executive to be invited to address the Congress. Telephone Service D n r i n g T h e S t r i k e Heavy Sucml^r The ordnance department of the ATTENTION FARMERS!! We have received our shipment of Hoosier-Crost and Super-Crost Hybrids for immediate delivery. Arrange now lo call for the corn you ordered. We suggest you purchase a sufficient quantity ofjeed corn as the supply is limited. -~f~- ' - - -'— I SEE US AT ONCE.- ; ' Blytheviile Soybean Corp. 1800 W. Main Phone 856 or 857 Davis Brothers Service Station & Garage FRANKLIN ROBBINS, Mechanic Lion I'roducts iU;uiil;i, Arkansas General Tires Auto Paris & Accessories KEROSENE & FUEL OIL CALL 'The Old Reliable" 2089 ie Old Reli G. O. POETZ Ton BOBKC .r PETROLEUM orn ,. Deptndafcl* S«rvk« PRODUCTS RR »t The telephone strike has not seriously affected local dial telephone service here. Long distance service, however, is seri- ously'impaired. I!* ;,'4I Hi*;.h;H !. ;f We are supplying as much emergency service as possible. Your help and understanding of the present difficulties is a big factor in making this possible. EMERGENCY LONG DISTANCE CALLS 1. Please do NOT call long distance except in case of a REAL emergency. An emergency call is one that may affect the safety of your family or property. 2. If possible/ an attempt will be made to complete your cal!. 3. When delays occur, please be patient. SOUTHWESTERN BELL KEYSTO Blythevilfe Soybean Corp. 18f)0 W. Main , JOHNS LIQUOR STORE All Your' Favorite Brands YKM.OWSTONE 8C1IKNLKY ANCIKNT AGB 4 ROSKS I. W. HARPER • OI.II TAYLOR ., HUNTER • PAUL .IONKS ' • C'ALVERT'S " Your Patronage Appreciated .ACROSS FROM K1TZ THEATER Hardware Mutual and Hardware Indemnity Insurance Companies of Minnesota V . Rated A plui eiccllent by leaning Insurance authorities. • Hound protection because of large financial reserves and adeqvato surplus funds. • Premium navlngs—more tli.in 38 million dollars have been returned In dividend savings to polleyholdcrs. Lower cost— because of a careful selection ol ilsks and economical operation. Larpc dividend savings on automobile and flre insurance equals low net cost. . Box 431 FOR INSURANCE SERVICE W. L. TAMKE Phone 2487 RHEUMATISM j KEPT ME IN TORTURING PAIN The letter says . .. "Seems like the pain Just won't let BO." Tor more than 50 years doctors have prescribed llii.s imtural mineral water that tends to neutralize imln-causiiiE acids. Write today for free booklet. CROSSTOWN WHISKEY SHOP Main and Division Bljthcvllle, Ark. TELEPHONE COM PANY Dr. Milton E. Webb Optometrist Announces tho Opening of His OfficM 138 East Main Street Telephone 2297 Blytheville

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