The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 13, 1946 · Page 11
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THURSDAY, JUNK 13, 1Q.JG Truman-Byrnes Agree on Policy UN Slated to Get Details of Atomic Bomb Control «y JOHN I,. STEF.I,K United Press Staff Ci>rros|)onilcul WASHING'ION, June 13 (UP) — President Truman and Secretary of Sliile James R liyrncs have aii- provccl a sweeping American prc- t'l'ain lu avert aij atomic war, it was learned today. The plan embodies rjnulual development of International monopolies over most, phases or atomic activities iiiul lli c plan was before Senate commiUee today lor Study. It, already has received the endorsement of Mr. Truman and Byrnes as perhaps the. world's sule remaining hope, of in-cvcnling atomic deslruetion. The plan will be made public at the UN commission's lir.st, incellii!,' l-'J'icijiy. Details o[ tbe proposal remained closely guarded secret.*, but it was indicated that, these,' points are included: I 1. Development, at, slow stage:;. o( an nil - powerful international atomic commission, possibly working through the UN, vested with a world-wide authority over jiihijnK anil relininy of uranium antl thorium. America's relaxing its hold on Atouiic. tceicts only gradually a;> safeguards arc. developed to prevent, any nation turning loose the dread A-bomb. 3. International control of production of fissionable materials and the use of thaw materials except in small quantities for research. 4. Waiving of tile single nation veto power over commission action I but not. until international safeguards have been established. ' *5. Limited reliance on a process denaturing uranium 235 and | Plutonium which renders these materials relatively harmless lor bomb purposes but preserves the powers for use as a source ol commerical energy. One highly placed aincrican official described the plan as a "Definitive declaration" of U. S. policy (in the atom bomb, and perhaps more important than any proposal yet placed before the UN. I,nll}c Days and Nights If we lived on the moon, each day would be enual in length to two weeks on earth, and the nights would also be two weeks long. BIA'TIII2VILLE"(AUK.)' Attractive Contraband Modern Pioneer Pines Long And Lustily for Less Red Tape PAGE ELEVEN Federal immigration authorities nro sympathetic toward Mrs Ivun Louglirey, 13, iMclurcii above in Philiidclpliia with her I'.'iiiKhtcr Kathleen, and pet dog Dcniiii. Alter tlie.ii- marnncu in Itaiy her InislKinci, cx-O! Francis Kouglircy, was unable to net her into :liu U. S. through regular clianncls. So lie joined the Merc-haul Ma- ilne, shipped to Naples, got the three aboard sliip am) snui-i-lril Cicm into lliis country. But Uncle Sam finally cimjjlii u| > with lii'ira. Two Suspects Arrested In Hit-Run Fatality PAKAGOULD. Ark., "juile 13 f(UP) — Frank Dickens. 112, of Brookliind, Ark., and Clyde Wilson. 13, or Piedmont, Mo.. "wcr c held Green county today for questioning in Ihe hit-and-run death of Clyde Beldon Jamison, H; near Lafc, Ark.. Saturday night. Stale Highway Patrolman Wy.itl Patrick said that each claims the other was driving the vehicle, but both admit feeling the car striking something. Deputy prosecuting attorney Phil •Icrget ..said he probably will file ninnshiiigtilcr charges today. Polish hospitals Issue chl,m>ioim- d p.ijamus to insomnia patients. Hy JAMKS A. Masl.KAN l.'nllnl I'li-ss Stall Cuius|ionil<-iit Marly Pain Batko wlu> hewed out an Alaskan farm with his ivplRMty uxe, was headed back to Arkansas today because in six years he could not cut fcuvernment red tape. tko decided to become a pioneer In I'JJtl and to dike Ills family lo Alaska in ;l (op-licuvy, homemade 40-foui ,,rk. 1I L . invested his meagre savings Into i steel frame ror his dream ark. lushed H Ui the lop ol' his cur and crossed Ihe continent Irom , Richmond, Va., to Tacoma, Wash., 1 to start t| u , 1,0x10 , n jie voyasc. Scoffers jeered at his cmnbcr- •ome craft, .squalling 01 , (i, u TII- .•oina mudilat.s. Wliile Ills seven children playe<| around his "shipyard." the ex-mechanic labored for two years at odd j ( ,bs. .scraping up money fur additional pails. Hul sulely officials were alarmed, and authorities forbade aatko to riul.'ii>t;<>i- his brood. Halko footed them by .sailing his ark Into paiiiidian waters ami lunding his family iji-yoiul reach of local regulations. Storms lushed I lie const, but the ark's landlubber skipper, iiKlni? rule nf Ituimb navigation, had hilM Ins course well. Several weeks later Ihe iirk's Wimt bow nosed Into ;i rnum-cl inlet, m miles north of Juneau. But back In Sralllo, Sntko now father „[ three more children, admitted defeat. For .-ilk years after his landing In Alaska, lie swealed, axe In hand, to clear 'JO acres of land anil, build two cabins. Government estimates place cost ,,f clenrlng one ncre al $2,000. KalHo did it alono. "Hut alter thos e s i s years, the deiwitment of Interior would not give mo homestead rlchls," lie said. "Komeuody said it was against the |K)llcy of Ihe ueneral land office In want homesteads now—1 don't know, it's over." Siilko, Ids wife, and seven of hla 10 clilldren will shut, for Arkansas in a rebuilt station wuyou. On Incri'uso Insanity is tticrcasjni; rapidly In I he province of Quebec, (Juuadsi. In KI2H the lni-rea.se \\as olli- iier cell', In mat) H W ii.s live and one-hall ' will, and In mo it was M per . Trmpcriiliireft of birds raiiuc [rom 100 10 111) denier*. Clrculallon Is KI> rapid Hiul Ibe lonil supply Is bunu-d so (iiilckly ihnl birds lire lorccd ID cat iiliniwl coiiKlimtly Ui keep their smull IjixiU's suiiplled vvllh luel. A|!iiru.vliiiii(ely 3.000.000 tons iKiir »ru exiiorlcd by Java 1(131. FOR SALE Concrete Culvert Tile Sizes 12 in. to 36 in. A. H. Webb Hxvy. <il tit Slide l.inu Hum: lilvtlu'ville 711 After Your 40th Birthday . . . Mfe Is often one ach« nflei- another. Drink Mountain Valley Walci'iisa natural aid hi the treatment of AliTlllilTiS and NKUIUTIM. Don't ncKlcrt. recurring pains. Ask ynur Uiu-lnr uboiit Mountain Valley Water, and how it helps to ellmlmilc palu- causltig lo.xlns. Order a ease today. CROSSTOWN WHISKEY SHOP Main and Division Illylhcville, Ark. Men, Women! Old at |40, 50, 60! Get Pep i Feel Years Younger, Fall of Vim Do you blame eitiamtM. worn-out Tcrlluc: on nice? lliniisaiifwi n ' «!' w l"», -eit :it -ID lew tur Also can At all Lt tnnlc tc ticf.in-T ) c! 'J r>' t) . lr<-t Ton IB , lliis vcr>' < and i-toiiilio RADIO REPAIR 1 and 2 day Service on any make on model Reliable \V'*rkmanship. PHONE 2642 We Call for and Deliver Fred Callihan Electrical Appliance Co. Authorized Motorola Bmdl* tSalrs ana Berrlc* 106 South First SL . INTER«-ATION«t •^flUfTtf.gM A'TION A L IN TCR H A TJON fl I vvvvvx/vwNsA/vvvvvSA/ Your Egg Profits Will be Higher... INTERNATIONAL EGG MASH * -Hens with laying ability can malt* money for you. But, feed is scarce, so cull your boarders first. Keep top quality International ' Egg Mash in front of your laying hens at all times. Proper feeding gives you profitable production. Always INTERNATIONAL EGG MASH t'kJ4;irV\^-ffyyg * AT YOUR DEALERS '/• / OVER 100 MILLION BAGS ALREADY SOLD THEY MUST BC GOOD MOTOR COMPANY KAISER Well Have Them Here to Show You KAISER—With Front-Wheel Drivel Modern, porfeclec/ fronl-wheel drive. War-proved "torsiort'efic Suspension for all-load, all-road smoothness of ride. Wheelbase 117 inches. Overall length 203 inches. Six-cylinder 92 hp. engine. Widest seati in onymoss-produclioncar. Unexcelled driver-vision. FRAZER — World's Smartest Car! Unrivaled luxury, maximum roominess, exquisite beauty, effortless power! Wheelboso 123'/j inches. Overall lei^glh 203 inches. Box-section frame. Rear-wheel dr:ve. Six-cylinder 100 hp. engine. Semi-elliptical springs in rear, coils In front. Smartly tailored Iwo-lone upholstery. i ; AMAZING new KAISEU and the sensaliormi new , -I FRAZER.-America's first 1947 motor cars—will be here h\ .our shOwrooms^-surprisingly soon! You'll have your choice of the front-wheel-drivo KAISER, or the more powerful and luxurious rear-wheel- drive FRAZER—both built at famous Willow Run! And always at your service, remember, will be,our S{>ecially- Irained maintenance service staff, with factory-approved parts, tools and accessories. You'll want to see these beautiful new postwar cars at your very first opportunity—so keep watching the news for the announcement of our first showing. CHARM MOTOR COMPANY \ 110 West Walnut Bfythcvillc, Ark. RED RYDER CHAMBLIN SALES CO. Sales Studebaker Service WK BUY AND SELL GOOD USED CARS Lex Clmmblin Bill Chamblin Phone 21'J5 Railroad & Ash Sin. Top Prices for Cattle, Hogs Short haul — Less shrinkage and no commission means more money for your livestock. LEO SWIFT BUTCH tR'S ABATTOIR Phone 3458 CASH BUYERS for YOUR PROPERTY! For a quick wile sot- me. I liuve buyers .for homes. List your properly with me. My commission is 5%. 1 Imve no sidelines. H. C. CAMPBELL (Xric« 120 Su. Second 44A or t»M FARM DITCHES DITCH BANK LEVELING PRIVATE ROADS OR ANY EXCAVATION Dirly Work A fool ORCU& FKED IIAKMAK WHT YOl) • 'f\E EATuTA •31AYW/ CAGE, HALF PINT rcm LET f \ECVCH YC'J AfJOUslD HERE THROUGH THE WE-3T WHILE RED RtDER. PERFECTS HIS ACT-- The Twins Mkc It SOMEDhV. SOMEWHERE IW SOII.V3 TO (AEEr TH35E ANP WHEN ItX?... BY LESLIE TURNEH ' B'JV J KT THERE'S NOT MANV KlOS IN THIS TOWN WTS cor A TOV rocLfw VMITH niftrcosT W&NTV ^ [THOUSWP AND FOUR OOHP,RS)|- S.J.COHEN Contractor LYNCH BLDG. BLYTHEVILLE ARK. USED CARS WANTED We will pay you the full OPA Ceiling plus your extra equipment. ' If you nre Roinj? lo keep your present car let us give you an estimate on reconditioning your motor body mid painting. C'rcdit terms can lie arranged. Tires, Tubes and anto and home radios for sato. ;'. FURNITURE Of course, wo don't get nil wo could cell, but as we get It pur policy will be firs! come, flrsl served. Alvin Hardy Furniture Co. 301 Eitsl Main p ho nc 2302 All our Employees arc War Veterans. RECTAL DISEASES A SPECIALTY (All TJPCT Except Cuncer Terry Abstract & Realty Co. Abstracts of Title — Lands — Loans 213 W. Walnut Phone 2381 Refrigeration Air Conditioning The Ultimate in Mechanical Ability and System Designing M. D. TULLOS Telephone 2260 COMPLETE INSURANCE SERVICE IN ONE AGENCY AT Lower Cost United Insurance Agency A. F. Dietrich, Manager Blyihevillc's Only Exclusive Direct Writing Agency of Leading Companies 209'/2 West Main St. Phono 510

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