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WKDNKSDAY, JULY 3, 1946 BLYTHEVILLB (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS NsHurlCharge Of Blackmail Moscow Says Bikini , Bombing Contradicts Talk of Disarmament. LONDON, July 3 . - M OSTOW PAGE THREE You Can't Keep a Good Man Down (ui')-Hussla broadcast to- aay Hint iiu. lijUini atom bomb -cst undermined confidence that tlie VJiitcd Stulcs was serious in talking •ooui disannnmciit in the field d? Ttoinlc weapons. In the first Soviet reaction lo ic Bikini leal. Boris Isnkov, com- nciitator for the newspaper Prav- said In n broadcast from Moscow regarding the world's fourth omk explosion: '"rile atom bomb has thoroughly undermined the confidence one hud 11 the serioiisiifs.s of American lalk of atom disarmament." ravdii by iinplir.Uion ncrvjscd the United sink's of mint! "atom diplomacy," which 11 denounced as common blackmail." Manifestations like ti, c vjikini test do not <™<l to make alom diplomacy any more nUrnctlve, it added. The I'nu'dii article commented inat "ns could be expected, the results of trie experiment confirmed tlie atom weapon possesses enormous destructive power. However, the results have proved more inode.sk han tho American pre^s expected." The commentator K aid the Amcr- nns liad been in-omiscd a tidal 'Vavc, desliuclion of 13 ships, and he like, while firsk reports of the cst that two medium sized vessels were sunk were a blow to "tlie read- long accustomed to sensational reports." Isahov, commenting on the tesl and "atom diplomacy." said the 'lni e spirit of atom diplomacy is fully revealed by the New York Herald Tribune commentator, Elliot." (Maj. George Fielding Elliot) and continued : "With incomparable cynicism he suggests the United stales should exploit the atom brmib as a diplomatic weapon in order to achieve political concessions. "Theii he comments on tin; very %f. -series of issues in which. »c- rrtiiiB lo his opinion, the Ui / d Slates .should get concessions Mom the Soviet Union. Tlie sum total oj the.sr- issues comprises all tlie most important questions in the international situation, ranging irom the Adriatic to Korea. "Tlliot's iH-ogram very 1 miicli resembles tlie most common blackmail. But ILu or coui.se is what atom diplcuiKi:? boils down to in all its aspects. Atom diplomacy by no means becomes more attractive when it is accompanied by lightning and explosion effects like those demonstrated in the Pacific July Tlie atom bomb comment com- gd the..second^attack, by ...the I Moscow radio on' the United ,1'Cates 1 Within a few hours. The Russian; I have engaged in a series or criti- Icism of mounting intensity against I America recently. Candidates Plan Holiday Oratory Blytheviile Man, in Race for Governor To Talk in Portia. Danver Jerry Singer left his Job with the 2011] Century-Fox studios to go to war. On Okinawa, a Jap sniper wrecked his left leg. Back irom war, he reported to the studio and gave nn mrtazlng demonstration dance, as pictured'above. Then he lolled up his cants Leg.and revealed, his artificial limb. P. S.—He got the job baclt j I Army Captain Dies \Of Accidental Wound 'NASHVILLE, Tenn., July 3. (UP) I —Army investigators today termed "accidental" the death oi Capt. Walter P. Jordanek. 2B, of Chicago. | who was found dead with a bullet wound through his heart in his bar| racks here yesterday. Officials said the officer had I packed his bags for a tnuifcr to Tucson, Ariz., and had cleaned his gun. They said the weapon apparently was discharged as the captain placed H on a table. Nev/ Naval Aid; Marriage Licenses Marriage licenses issued during the past two weeks through the Blytheviile office of the county clerk were to the following -jouplcs: Howard Tyler of Cedar Rapids, Iowa, and Miss Cora Lee Steen of Manila; William Pitha and Miss Edith Bcckman, both of East Sk. Louis, 111.; Alfred L. ciicntUam of Stcele, Mo., and lalss Mary Sue I'homasson of Lindsay, Okla.; Rob- Tt Lewis Pierce and Miss Dorothy Annis Robinson, both of Lcach- ville. William Bruce and Miss Margaret H. Houseman, both of Padncah, Ky.; Robert VIMIIOII Gcail of Bly- thcville and Miss Mary Helen Duval of Ripley. Tenn.: Hubert A Taylor and Miss Burdinc Dilworth, both of Blytheviile; Dewkt Brcw- ster of Conway, and Mrs. Lucille Williams of Blytheviile; Earl Wayman Thompson and Miss Naomi Byram, both of Lilboinn, Mo.; W. M. Barnes Jr. and Miss Wilma Nance, both of Cooler, Mo.; Willie I tuber and Miss Fay Montgomery, both of Manila. E. H. Jarboe and Miss Deloies Neal, both of Stecle, Mo.; Lcroy Barber and Miss Maxine Miles, both of Blytheviile; Wilburn Jerald Ramsey and, Miss Mildred Maxine Bennett, both of Manila: Lee C. Sexton of Ina, 111., and Miss Mary Lou Burns of Benton. III.; Orlie Parks and Miss Dorothy Deason, both of Stoncfort, 111.; James Thomas Stewart and Miss Marjorie Treecc. both of Caruthcrsville, Mo. Willis Williams and Miss Ella Marie Cunningham, both of Steele. Mo.; Horace White and Miss May Williams, both of Blytheviile; Fred Kinkead and Miss Mildred Dean j Kesler, both of Blythcvlllo: Miss | Hazel Patterson of Huffman and Miss Melba Jean Callahan of Ty- i ler, Mo.; Paul Leonard Shaffar of Jefferson City, Mo., and Miss En- leta Mae Savage of Flint, Mich. Ralph R. Hemperly and Miss Winnie Carter, both of Morristown. Ohio; Norman Luna and Miss Maxine Mills, both of Blythcville; Hubert E. Hines and Miss Ellen Juanita Sale, both of Manila; Calvin Buileson and Miss Sybil Cook, both of Dell; Odell McWilliams of Manila and Miss Wiladcan Dormer of Blytheviile. Murcl William Alford and Miss Maudie Taylor, both of Dlvtlicvlllc: Paul Ernest Prater and Miss Rosemary Billingsley of Gale, Ind.: Owen Tinsley and Mrs. Jewe Bounds, both of Hannibal, Mo.; Eddie B. Ervin and Mrs. Thomas Ann Wills, both of Cairo, III.; Titus Clary of Evansville. Ind., and Mrs Joyce Franklin of Hobbs, Ind.; Arlan Parish and Miss Mary Allct Bowers, both of Dale, Ind. Louis C. Isaacs of Benton, III.. House Group Acts on Bomb Control Plan WASHINGTON, July' 3. <UPI — The House Military Affairs Committee yesterday approved legislation to give the military a strong voice in control of atomic energy development, and production. Chairman Andrew J. May, D., Ky., said the committee vote was 24 to 3. The measure differs greatly from the Semite-approved atomic hill which would vest control in an r.ll- civilian five-man commission. President Truman and the War Department have endorsed the Senate version. The House committee provided that at least one and not more than two of the five-member control commission must be military personnel. H also provided that the lircctor of military application ere- Ucd by tlie measure must be 11 inlli- ary man. 11) Hulled l'r*ss Tomorrow, fur the first Ilinc Uils summer, llic slate's throe cundl- dalcs for Use Democratic gubcnia- lorial nomination will appear on speaking plaUorms sliiiiillancoiisly. This was inudc possible today with the aiinoiincemont of Virgil Circene. Hlythevllle attorney and st- lenl man In (he race n|> lo (Ills Unit', Unit lie will open 111. 1 ! campaign-al the Fourth al July picnic at Portlft. Greene became the third .major candidate who ulll speak at I'orlla Thursday. Others ure gubernatorial candidate Janu's M. Malouc <l( '^in- oke. and Ally. Clen. Guy Wil.'.ims who Is sceklnn re-election. Gnv. lien Lancy. seeking his scc- ond torin. will speak at Ihe Ctealk Rodeo al Springdale on the fourth. In Llltte Hock today on "campaign business." Orcenc said he plans to make eight or 10 olhcr speeches throughout the slate, but he lias not «ct Ihe dates or places The 75-year-old campaigner will nol ipcn headquarters n i o.stcola as In liad announced previously. Nor has lie named a campaign manager. His only platform, lie said, Is 'Rood government by and under the I law." Greene plans lo conduct a 'clean campaign" un<l will not deal In personalities. He said, however, lhai he understands Malonc "wasn't a very good comity judge unit was severely crlliclml by the people of Lonoke County for the things he di ( ] or railed to do." Greene also pointed out that Arkansas has had two years of Lii- ney's administration which he termed "a fnir sample of what Lnncy can or cannot do." Greene said lie was willing lo leave Ihe solullon of Uic rclknicd $80.000 niackfish Luke Club robbery 1 0 (he pence officers. "I don't know Just what a governor could do about it." lie said. Greene believes Ihe robbery was a gangster affair and will be scl- Ucd eventually in yanustcr fashion. Lancy relused lo comment yesterday on charges by Malonc that lie Is 'doing nothing" about the alleged robbery. Lnney will leave Little Rock lo- :lav to nllciifi the rodeo in Springdale tomorrow and (he opening of i nylon hose factory nl Uouers Frl- ilay. Monticcllo A. and M. May Get Hew President MONT1CKLLO, Ark., Jirty 3. IU!>) —Marvin llnnkslon, president of Montlrdlo A. and M. College now Oil three monlhs leuvo vvllli pay, apparently will not lie wllh the school when it opens this fall. The llrsl dellnlle statement con- ernlng Hankslon utter several days of rumors, was made by Board Chairman Duvnl Piirkins of Waren yesterday. Purklns said Unit he question of selecting a presl- Icnl will b« taken up al Ihe rcgu- nr meeting on the llrsl Mondny n Aucust. lie refused to elaborate. The board also voted lo Inaugurate nn avliUlon training schou ind lo operate the university nlr- IKirt; and lo scl up n department, of nKrlcuUiM'o. Mechanics' Strike Keeps Big Airliners Grounded ST. PAUL. MINN.. July ;t (UP! —API. inochiinlcs employed l>: Nortlnvpsi Airlines struck todaj grounding all planes on the nation wide network. Between 1,500 and LttOO me hanlrs employed In ihc company's ermlnals from New York lo 1'orl- nid and fc'caltlc left Ihclr Jobs fli'i 1 nCKOllnllons wore stymied be. ween the company and the Inler- lallonal Assootallon of Muclilnlsls. Kmployes al Newark, N. J., I.)o- roll. clilcui;o, Heallle, at. I'nnl, lllwiuiki-u and I'oilland left their obs linmc<llatfly on llut 0 a.m. dead- Inc. No norlhwesl flights out of !i Guardla Field In New York were bchcduled nnlll Hits allernoon. Josi'iili I 1 . Ramsey, iiriind lodge •presenlallve of the union at Tne :onipany's SI. Paul hoadquarlei'. 1 ^ said the strike was "100 iicr ceii* f[c<!llve." He said no planes would '0 able lo opurale because llH're were no anthorl/ed mechanics lo nspccl them for take off. NOTICK <)!•• (IH.VNTINt; OF Terry Abstract & Realty Co. Abstracts of Title — Lands — Loans ' 213 W. Walnut Phone 2381 C*s»*»*4S*Sj*j%g^*»*«*jgj^*.*.g.g.*.*^ J »- > -»^»-"»-».»^»^.**»?^S.«t« i r"^" '-"". *.^^^^ --- --^^^^^^'-'^^^V'ff^B^'g*?S^'g*^S^gigS-g-g"»" Notice Is hereby given lhat the Commissioner of liovonues of Uio Slale of AL'klinsas has Issued i\ pc i r- mlt. No. 18!) lo Hugh Cherry to ?oll and dls|)i'nsu vinous or spirituous liquors for hcvi>rai;o al rehill on Uio premises described ns -Illl West Ash, IllylhevlllR. This permit Issued on the 1st day of July, I9KI, and expires on Hie III) day of June, UI47 Hugh Cherry, Permittee FELIX A.-CARNEY"" City Radio Repair Radios and Appliances 324 E. Main St. Phono 2407 NOTICE OF CHANTING OF MQUOJl PERMIT Notice is hereby givcn.> tliiit the lonimissioncr of Revenues of the State of Arkansas has issued a per- nit, No. 479 to Bam N. Johns to sell and dispense vinous or spirituous liquors for beverage at retail on the premises described as HOI 1 ,!: West Main Street, Blytheviile. Arkansas. This permit issued on the 1st day of July. 1846 and expires on the 30 day at June, 1947. Sam N. Johns Permittee. 7|2-9 C. W. Branum and Miss l.ayerne Wright, both of Lcachvllle; Henri Louis. Duhot Of. Paris,'France, and Miss''Jcssit):-El<';6ra.,.Heal/of 'Blytlic-. villc; Freeman Hardin and. Miss Bonnie B. Barnard, both of Steele, Mo.; A. T. Thomas Jr., and Miss I. V. Whisenhunt, both of Blythe- viile; Charles Black of Blytheviile and Miss Juanice Ford of Luxora; Earl Baker and Miss Helen Cruse, both of Blytheviile. Johnnie K. Kinney and Miss Orpha, Robcy, both of Roscland; Irwin Slall of Shrcveport, La., and Miss Lnra Oxford of Caruthcrs- villc. Mo.; Mclvin King and Miss Maxine Scarbrongh, both of Manila; Mancil Grady Underwood and Mrs. Dora Lee Phillips, both of Morley, Mo.; Bcnnic Flood and Miss Ixirrayne Fry, both of Holland. Mo.; Earl Matthew Ramsey of .Sumncr, Mo., and Miss Patti Pauline Jones of Blythcville. The Nationalist army organ Peace Daily accused the Communists of stirring up the anti-American movement. It said the Communists were trying to make Marshall's mission fail and to disturb world peace. Minnie Lee Jones Music Studio ENROLL NOW for Summer Classes in Piano Phono 2994 or Write Miss Jones 807 Chickasawba lilythevllh, Arkansas 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. i M. Lmrkln Baton B*lmei Bath Salt and Water Softener & l.bs. 69c I Stinvo flio M-Gilletto Wny I GILLETTE RAZOR X 'Tech' Made! ... PLUS S . 5 BLUE BLADES CompUto for KIRBY DRUG STORES MAIN AT SECOND — BROADWAY-DIVISION BLYTHEVILLE ARKANSAS For Cash Balance of Week NYLON HAIR BRUSH $1.50 AU MY CUSTOMERS ASK. FOB. THIS FLOUR! BISMADINE ANTACID 49c V-Ciy^ *.*<* Horn* UM*! Thrifty housewives have found th«t The Magic Miller's Best flour i*ck it exceNent lor mjkin^ por holders, kitchen apron*, and mjny other hindy items. Get A sack rodayi 7** MAGIC MAGIC MILLER brings you the best flour obtainable under <he present national wheat emergency. . Capt. James H. Foskclt, aide to the ISlli Fleet commander, has been appointee! President Tru- mnn's nnval aide. Tliey met \vhen Capt. Foskelt skippered 'the USS AugiisUi, which car' I'icd tbe President lo Euro])2 for Hi.; Bii Three conferouco in Berlin. nnrl Mrs. Nellie Louise Isaacs of West Frankfort, III.; Hoscoc A. Hill and Miss Bcrnice Cohca, notli of Dlylhcville; W. D. White and Miss I.ela Jane Brewer, both of Manila: Joseph C. Ixifcver and Mrs. Ethel Emery, both of Lake View, Ohio; Thomas Lee Yatcs and Miss Bou- nic Sue Thompson, both of Blythe- viile; Charlie Sexton and Mrs. Pearl Pislicr Oron, both of Cape Gir.ir- dcau, Mo. Henry C. Porter and Miss Ola !i Ellis, both of niytheville; J. n. | Farmer and Miss Mnry ABH?S Torp, both of Huffman; George P. Cadlc and Mrs. Mary Louise Belicau, both of Dunnlgan. Calif.; William Arnold Adams and Miss Vcrncll Hag| gard. both of Manila; Dexter Earl While of Paiiucah, Ky., and Mrs. May Kathcrinc Curtis of Dyciis- burg, Ky.; Wayne Mann and Mrs. Vivian Morris, both of Falrficld, 111. Pepsi-Cola Company, Long Island City, N. Y. Franchiscd Bottler: Pepsi-Cola UolUing Co. of Blytheviile If You Roaches Visit Deal's Wallpaper Style Center You'll like (he many distinctive patterns svc iirc showing. See (he beautiful "Aflon Villa" gray background with beautiful pink anil cream ro.se.s—I'.rccn and blue overtones. 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