The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 23, 1946 · Page 10
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a£J*ty 1 t* Destroy '"" ,HU»ork Craft JPf Unl JOSEPH L Staff HYLCK Now How About Yours? May 25 (UP)— Key me>i and ships in Operations Crossroads embarked today on the l««t sea lap of the!' 4,150-mlle voyage from Callfornu to Bikini AMit . Mure .they will t'st the '«totn>e '^bomb's power to destroy na*»1*cr»f I ' " Among the target ship* that | steamed westward, oul of Pearl j Harbor towald possible doom *as c the 30-year-old. Battleship Nevndf . orange-painted '.'aiming point" for the first test, and .several of her hear nelalibors In the guinea pis llect which, has been .-increased to 77 ships. . ' . . • Bomb .ballistic exiwrts attached to jpint AruiJ'.-Navy task force one we're Hying "to the Marshall Islands . to Intensify their efforts ro make certain that the air drop aev for: July 1 would ba^as accurate ;<s men and: machines caii make it. Never before in all history have science and. the military asked so much Information from one bomb. From the air burst Army air forces expect to ?titahl dataiby. which they can determine ."boteSlng pfoBabll- ltics"-rH»e t .v-aun\ber .^of ^ bombs, anil kind of 'bO!*iKn« required to' destroy a stagHTSfWt^of the ne* atomio \vear»n. To-*obtain such data in the ytre- atomft nge,- the" air forces dropped thouSnd's of" live" .TNT bombs, At BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS • SUNDAY SCHOOL UBSON Finding a New Sense of Values Scripture: l.ukt 12:I9-M; u-M-30; 19:1-10 THURSDAY, MAY 23, 1946 Jnion Labor Organizers ?us/» Bomb Plant Workers K\ WIMJAM K. OII.ROY, D. I). Three characters appear in the Scripture passages assigned for Ills lesson, and they all illustrate the mutter of values. Two of them Jailed because they lavished their trust nnd atieeuon on the things they possessed; the oilier found happiness, .salvation, and Ule deepest satisfaction by renouncing everything to become the friend and disciple or Christ. The first, of these men was the Miccesslul farmer, whose crops so overflowed his barns that he was planning to .pull, them down aiv.l build greate'r'SlinctuVes, ; There vast commandments from his youth. He s troubled about the question "1 eternal life, and Jesus Invited him to leave nil and follow Kim. But. the youiig man went away sorrowful, thinking more of hi« great possessions. He, loo, was astray in his sense of values. He has gone (town In history as 'the unknown young man who missed the greatest and most glorious thttig that could have happened to him. He, too, turned to his worldly possessions, ami who knows Inn what he. like the farmer, had little time to enjoy them? For he, too, ed for Kwajnleln Sunday. Bikini they will drop one. An* at'Bikini more' than 1000 After receiving award of Philadelphia high school, Connie M:ick nutoernplis baseball for Dick Adair, who pilclifil no-hit, no-run. . gctine lor scholastic team. Manager of Athletics soon hopes to ! . liavo vounBsK'r autograph, contract. , . ' no liftrln in that. Uut.i'apparently, he was going to keep rill Incite filings for himself: and there was harm in that. He !in<l no intention of being "rloli toward God," or of serving his fellow men. 'Hint was Ills mornl mistake. But IIP made a great economic blunder as well. Successful though he was, he left out o' his calculation the most important thing of all—ffis own life. The farmer wasn't necessarily a bad man, or damned, except for his self-eenlcredne.ss. He was an economic fool, and therefore a spiritual fool. In not realizing how little; ils possessions were worth in view f the uncertainty of his life. Tho second man was the rich young ruler, the young man whom Je.sus loved, who had kept the production areas, large staffs of [organizers are on hand to catcli | the workers during their off-duty time. scicnjst* 'Sri'd technicians' with more than* 7,000 Instruments will ask the fcmb thousands of questions aboiif Its unearthly heat, light, blastjancj radiation. _ SorRobert*'Dorfr-.an, New York City TWvlllan bomb ballistic expert actinj as consultant to Task Force Oae.isnd Col. R. Preston, boinbliig analysis authority, ,are flying '.o itwajtlelh T«her | g- > .-A'Ap tilers last weetbegan So 'practice with 'diim- my Jbmbs. They held a dress ra- hearsiil ^ycfitcpday; '' "^••.• — It Svasj {earned that new prob- lemsc.jiad -arisen at Kwajaleln. Bl- kini'£- Marshall island neighbor wlieni the AAI*. is stationed. Dorf- mnnjjiiid Preston earlier had pliin- ned the «) .- jjjrt. m, direct to Bikini aboard out of Pearl Harbor was led tills flagship with Arim. Blandy other key start members Also sailing today were the USS Wharton, carrying Rear Adm. T. A. solberg and 400 others chained with target ship preparations unit Salvage, and the USS Kenneth Whiting, carrying scientists under Dr. R. A. Sawyer, director of !n- stnmienlrUton for the operation. Four submarines and two destroyers also sailed today. Meanwhile, the addition of three landing craft tanks to (he target array increased the number of target ships from 74 to 17. Major target ships already at Bikini Include th e Japanese battleship Nn- gato and light cruiser Sakawn. The Battleship New York sailed from Pearl Harbor May 19. followed by the battleships Arkansas and Pennsylvania and the cruisers Salt OPA Goes After ?«iw I Lumbermen in ° n ' dl Black Market • ftft-^in'ey. flagship of Vice . Ln ke City and Pensacolu on May M ,V. Hr P. Blandy. commaml- bl 7 joint :/Task. Force (Jne. It jt-ns decided at a staff ing 'as c a meet- J - T(3?!<Iav4 ftg'o, however, that , , they;traU;l>ettsr fly to Bikini with a stojwver at Kwajaleln. it was un- ueiijtdod" that • no" Serious' hitches ha\oj"develoced^ But In view of the opetM.ioji's'J'perCecttonlsl" goal the Preston forward Dorf- by air. . Kitty Uses S of 'Km PORTLAND, Ore. (UP) — MM Enrl o. .lolnisloii of Portland says Her cat needed nil of Its repulet nin c lives recently. She reported the cat was 1m prisonert' for a .nic-ntlr In the wat of u neighboring'' house ',whe had been chased by a clog. WUci Aas subject, to death. "From these we turn to a third man, :ilso presumably rich. He was-a publican, or tax-gatherer. He paid for the privilege of collecting the liixc-s in a country dominated by Ronii'. and he had the chanct of grabbing a great deal for himself by extortion. Had lie taken what belonged to others? Or, finding himself In office iliat offered many grafting opportunities and temptations, hu:l he been scrupulously honest? We do not know. Hut we do know that Zacchacus longed to see Jesus, v.'hen lie came to Jericho, and that, being small of statue, lie climbed a tree to make sure he'd get a good view. And w« know that Jesus became his Gue.sl, and that Zacchaens .sakl that U he hud wronged any man he woulil OAK RIDOE, Tenn., May 22. UP.) — Sprawling Oak Ridge itomic bomb plant today became tho first testing round of twin 1 and API, drives to recruit 1,000,000 new 'Southern members. Both labor groups had kept «((!>time pledges to President Roosevelt not to attempt unionization of workers at Oak Ridge because ot security reasons, but today the 35.- OCO lo 40.000 workers at the plant were being wooed fervently by ?oth or£anizations. Both the CIO aijd APL have set up recruiting; offices inside the project and are distributing literature and contacting workers. Although they may not enter actual restore him four-fold. Xacchaeu.s had found salvation and a right sense of values. Deata could not take away what he had discovered. Map Prepared As Aid to Tourists LITTLE ROCK, May 23. (UP)-The Arkansas Resources and Development Commission today Is distributing a new tourist map of the state just off the press. Compiled by publicity uircctor lenn A. Green, the map places particular emphasis on Arkansas' historical sites, fish-laden streams, fabled Ov.ark and Ouachlta mountains and Ifot Springs National Park. Read Courier News Want Adi. Baby Chicks $4.00 to $12.W per 1*1. 3 days to 4 weeks oM—At Store Feed* and Supplies. WANTED Ear and shelled Corn—All grades. One bushel ip - Oats - Wh**t Barley - Alfalfa Hay luxi Pool- try of all kinds. Pay lop market price*. Elevator F«ed Store N. -UK Broadway at RR Crosslnj 3. J. Ffeld, Mxr. MEMPHIS, fenn., Mny 22. IUP) —A special squad of OPA investigators Is being orgnnf/cd to probe umber black market, operations In this urea, Malcomb B, Stewart. <iis- rict OPA director, revealed today. Stewart said 10 agents would Investigate the situation "from the ource of the lumber to the construction Job." "The lumber situation Is getting out of hand," Stewart said. "We will go clear down to the backwoods sawmill operator. Most of the lum- lier is coming from these little mills anyway." FARM DITCHE DITCH BANK LEVELING PRIVATE lR5 OR ANY DENVER (UP — Th£ Denver Chamber of commerce^ with an eye on the younger generation, HAS announced plans to construct'. :> 40-acre iirfi61d reserved for model planes only, and etjulpped with hard-surfaced runs, a control lower and a grandstand. S. J. COHEN Contractor LYNCH BIDG. BLYTHEVlLLt Atffe Br|g. ~Ci«n:~ "Roger Ramey. com- 1 set ,fret, the 'kitty was "just skin mppder of.Jhe AAP task group and bones" but soon recovered in \\hiej will 'drop the bomb, depart- a local- tat and dog- hospital. Join the Refrigerator Service Club (Two Service Calls a Year $1) :ei>;iirs to Klectric Appliances Fully (Juarantced LYTHEVILLE SALES CO. ^Vhcre Courtesy Is Not a Memory) 3* K. Main SI. Phone 3G1G For River-Washed SAND and GRAVEL Phone 965 We Also Sell Good Black Sandy Loam and Dirt for Fills LARKIN SERVICE STATION 219 East Main St. K. M. I.urldn Hufen Ilclmei i0r iintttnoiAL POULTRY FEEDS Dont Say Bread Say 'S Bread One Slice of Bread! During this emergency created by the shortage of , * ' whcor, Hart's Bakery asks you to buy only trie amount of bread you really, need . . . never to waste it .... never to throw it away. You can keep bread fresh and moist days longer if you put it in the refrigerator—No special wrapping, just the regular Hart's wax wrapper—It will stay fresh and flavorful. No Matter When You Serve HARTS BREAD It Is Uniformly Nutritious — and Delicious. ;. and It STAYS' " FRESH LONGEST!- Buy Only What You Need—Don't Waste It! HART'S BREAD !s Too Good to Waste! A BLEND OF THREE VARIETIES BEST FOR ICED TEA CEYLON for fragrance SOUTHERN INDIA for flavor . . . NORTHERN INDIA for color. . . Three varieties blended inlo one fine tea give you fuller flavor, richer color, more fragrance . . . never pule and tasteless when kea\ GLAMOROUS PRINCESS PATTERN SILVERPLATED TEASPOONS Get full details on FREE coupon at Kroger Stor«. 25' CIGARETTES All I'opulur Caftn. 10 lirands I'kgs 1 VEGETABLE SHORTENING 19 MAXWELL HOUSE COFFEE','!; 34' KIDNEY BEANS Blue Boy Red No. 2 Can 15 GRAPEFRUIT JUICE Country Club •»'• Ox Can 29 C SUGAR CANE. Spare Stamps Nos !) 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Vanilla 25 32 ox. ,Embassy Peanut Bnllor 50 2 l.b C. C. Soda Crackers ;J2 1 Hi. C. C. Graham Crackers 17 MEAT BAKING HENS, fancy dressed, 3-5 Lb. Avg. Lb. 52c SAUSAGE, 1 Lb. Roll Lb. 39c FRANKS, Skinless Lb. 37c PORK KIDNEYS Lb. 17c B'ACK BONES Lb. 6c Smoked BRAUNSWEIGER, Lb. 39c ROSE FISH FILLETS Lb. 39c HADDOCK FILLETS Lb. 39c WHITING, H & G Skinned, Lb. 22c BUFFALO, Fresh Dressed Lb. 49e PRODUCE RED RII'E & SWEET— GIJARANTKED WATERMELONS Lb. 5c FI.O11IDAS. SWKET and JIJKIV ORANGES 8 Lb. Mesh Bag 59c NEW—MISSISSIPPI GROWN—STR1NGLF.SS GREEN BEANS Lb. lOc U. S. NO. 1 SELECTKD—WASHED NEW RED POTATOES 10 Lbs. 49c RED RIPE SLICING QUALITY TOMATOES Lb. 19c CRISP—FIRM—CALIFORNIA ICKBEKG LETTUCE Lb. 12c CALIFORNIA . . . SWF.ET . . . DARK RF.D CHERRIES Lb. 49c TENDER . . . WELI, FIM.F.D EARS GREEN CORN 3 Ears lOc FKESII . . . FULL OF MILK COCOANUTS Lb. 15c Tender . . . Swcit . . . Well Flllrd Po4s ENGLISH PEAS 2 Lbs. 25c KROGER PIGGLY WIGGLY ^WWRWWUftW ^WIW^Vv I

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