The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 12, 1949 · Page 2
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Germ Weapons Replace A-Bomb N«w Bacteriological . Substance Capable Of Destroying World ST. CERGUB, Switzerland, Sept. 12— tfi —The atom bomb has been rendered obsolete by new bacteriological weapons capable of wiping out mankind, says Dr. Brock Chrisholm, director general of the World Healfh Organization. • Dr. Chlsholm declared scientists have found one substance so deadly that seven ounces, properly distributed, could kill all the people in the world within six hours. He did not name the substance. The health chief appealed for a "new maturity" to prevent future wars, adding: 'The time has now come when man's ability to kill man has become io terrific that he threatens his own survival. "Any country which has a few- good bacteriologists and a few fanatic distributors," he declared, "is f ag potent militarily as any other country -in the world. Man power Is irrelevant, heavy industry lias nothing to do with this type of warfare. Large armies, navies and airforces—things which were regarded as a symbol of power—are obsolete. The atom bomb Is obsolete." "If the next generation grows up with thej same values we have," Dr. Chlsholm said, "they will destroy the human race." BLYTHEVltMB (AftK.) COURIER NEWS Simulated Bombardment Of Fort McHenry Brings Fears of a Real Attack BALTIMORE, Sept. 12. </!>)—Fort McHenry, birthplace of Ihe "Star Spangled Banner," underwent a mock bombardment last night. For B time-some Marylanders thought perhaps It was (he real thing. U. 3. Navy ships staged the simulated attack on the historic old fort. It was part of a program commemorating the successful defense of the city against the British jiLst 135 year* ago. It was that battle which inspired Francis Scott Key to write the "Star Spangled Banner." But when Naval vessels stalled banging away in a 1949 version of the bombardment, police switchboards were swamped with calls. Police assured the callers that the rockets' red glare, this time, was all make believe. Camden Doctor Raps • Health Insurance Plan CHICAGO, Sept. 12. «>—Arkan«as' Democratic national committeeman, Dr. R. B. Robins of Camden, . has firei «nother'}«Jih'o 1 at tha compulsory health /liiaurarice- -program proposed by the r Traman administration. .:' Robins declared at a meeting of the Illinois Medical Society yesterday that more than 1,500 ograniza- tions oppose the proposal. Whit* fir inm&er 15 non-rcslnoiis, nne textured and odorless when dry. .' ll-<•*!'. STRAIGHT CHUTER—The new "extended skirt" nylon parachute above will soon become standard equipment for pilots of Navy jeli and other high-speed planes. The chule, designed by Lieut, (jg) A. C. Binder, is more sl.ible than conventional models and does not swing the flier back and forth as he approaches the ground Ihe pendulum motion has been the cause of many landing accidents. (Department of Defense uholn from NKA.) Army Recruiter Picked To Attend Conference S-Sgt. Arthur G. Balm, of the U. S. Army and Air Force recruiting station In Hlytheville. has been selected to attend a sales conference in Little Rock, and will leave tomorrow and remain until Saturday. He said the conference Is a part of the Army's plan to provide a maximum educational opportunities for its members. Classes will be conducted by experts in the field of selling, 'marketing and analysis and merchandising, which according to Sergeant. Bahn. are instrumental In ohUlnlnR manpower for the services and designed to keep the national military establishment at authorized strength. AP & New L to Dedicate Plant . LITTLE ROCK. Sept. 12. W)— The Arkansas Power and Light Company's new $13.000,000 power plant hear Forrest City will be dedicated next Friday. Officers and directors of Hie Middle South Utilities, inc., will attend the dedication. WARNING ORDKR In the Chancery Court, Chlcka- »avrba District, .Mississippi County, Arkansas. Calvin W. Wright, Pltf. vs. No. 11,020 Olive Marie Wright, Dft. The defendant Olive Marie Wrlglit Is hereby warned to appear within thirty days in the court named in the caption hereof arm answer the complaint of the plaintiff Cnlvln W. Wright. Dated I Ills 2 day of Sept. 1949. HARVEY MORfllS. Clerk Percy A. Wright, ally, for Pltf. H. O. ranlo'w, ally, ad lltem. B 5-12-19-36 Heart Attack Fatal to State Fire Marshal LITTLE ROCK, Sept. 12. (/!')— A heart attack at the home of a neighbor brought death to Stale Firj Marshal Lee E. Baker, 46, here yesterday. Baker. - native at iosva. hnd heen fire marshal since 1945. Before thai, he practiced law at Lake Village «nd served three terms as > state representative. He Is survived by his wife: one son. Boh. and his parents. Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Bsker, all of Llltle nock. Punei-al arrangements will be announced. ONE FOR POE-Above li the new three-cent commemorativt stamp for poet Edgar Allan Poe The stamps will be placed on first-day lale al Richmond, Va. on Oct. 7. S6 Million in U.S. fund* Available for State Roads LITTLE ROCK, Sept. 12. (f,— /bout $6,704,000 In federal funds will be available for Arkansas highway construction in 1951. Chief Engineer Alt Joluisoii of the Arkansas Highway Department said Saturday the money will be available next Oct. 1 and will remain available for use through June 30, 1853. The money will be matched by state funds. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1949 AMA2INQ! YK. ll't ,,,lli ru'a*, Kw <gkkl hiWKMr. y M . . I«alMli four diffvul inptdlMtt wfckh wor' t> ,,,(ir, a,, kudnki M iwiraUli Bodies of Slain Couple Found in Lake Village LAKE VILLAGE, Ark.. Sept. 12. Wi—"Gunshot wounds inflicted by unknown hands" were found by a coroner's jury (o have caused th« death of a Lake Village couple yes. Wrday. The bodie.s of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph McMillan, 38, and 34, were found in their apartment. Salespeople Wanted To Work on Saturdays And Other Busy Days in Person at GRABER'S DEPT. STORE There's no fiiM, no bilkinejii when you givn Svrup of Blnck-Dr*uglit to child. Syrup of BliclcDr^icht U fdiHU for cliiluren ne«dlnr & I ax nil vc liecAim« "' ~ " — • RtlnR." f>l nlugg!*hnt;a« to rr>/i- »t i pat 1 on . Taken a.i ill- recterJ Syrup or Bluck- Dranght nnu- *]!y «ffect» prompt, easy relief. And Ihe plea^nnt, Rw spicy The 20lh Century began Jan. 1. _ _ lh« yoimffitera, Th*t'» why they never kick about Uklnx Syrup of Black-DrftUglit. It'a a part protiiirt, made hy a mjvnuf»rturer whn ha.i b**n know.-h for quality .lines 1887. Buy Syrup of Black-Draiifht at your dnir •tore, today. you mve while you ride/ DELIVERED HERE N«w (owtr Packard prictt ktgi* ft II you had a million dollars, you'd prefer Ibis distinctive Packard to all the others for its luxury comfort. But million-dollar buyers are rare, these days. And me*nvi\\\\t-Packard sales are running el new record levels! So what's the answer? Three answers (and they all deal with economy): Sensibly low first cost: This precision- built, 135-HP Packard Eight actually costs less than some of today's sixes! Amazingly low operating cost: Packard "free-breathing" engine design is writing the year's big gas economy news! Lastingly low upkeep cost: Today's Packard is the most durable in 50 years! ASK tHl HAN WHO OWN! ONI , Cat Konomy mport based on current reports from ne»rly 1,000 owners of the new !}5-HP Packard Eight, equipped with ovcrdrive.t txtr* ml. Packard Motor Sales Co., Inc. W W. Walnut Ph one 3524 IT'S HEATER TINE AT WADE'S OIL CIRCULATORS, COAL HEATERS, COMBINATION WOOD AND COAL HEATERS, LAUNDRY HEATERS-A SIZE TO FIT ANY NEED. THE NEWEST! THE FINEST! CIRCUIA T0XS We'll Hold Till Needed CHARTER OAK • Thfi Famous Charter Oak Oil Circulator, built to Ktve years and years of trouble-free heating nerrlee. Several models U ehoose from. See them to- daj- at Wade's. nnie-rree n 79 Estate Heotrola There's only one Heatrola, the Estate Heatrola, a product of Norn a Electric Company, with the famous heat mntdnjr, fuel- ^ ^^ ^^ I*/\ Mvln* Intenst-FIre "Pot- IfflflSll nf-GoIri" Bowl Burner, ta •• • %.•**»' (five you economical and long laMIng service. i,ompanj, with 109 : LONERGAN Twn sizes to choose from, the square type anil Ihe console type model. The console model looks just like a fine piece ^Bi ^^ t*/\ of furniture. Smoothly On- (• H SI) (shed and built tn five you ^«" *£• «»" maximum healing at th« least operating expense. SURE-O-HEAT • Just Ihe (hlnjf for that small roora. If care loo much for lonkt, thli In just Ihe model for you. Ruilt to Rive long lasting service. See this and the many olher models at Warie'a torlaj. Pur- chiase on Wade's easy payment plan. NESCO ONE AND TWO BURNERS 98 3495 A SMALL DOWN PAYMENT WILL HOLD YOUR SELECTION. SEE OUR WINDOW TODAY Giant chlfforoh* with plenty of hanging space, long mirror with small mirror un ha I Tiox. Kobe ha.* all hang- Ing space, walnut finish A rea All metal robe, sturdily built for long lasting service. Has grained effect finish, smoothly finished, :m outstanding ralue it this Iniv price. WASHER SPECIALS Faultless Washer 7995 Apex Washer 3995 Faultless Washer With Pump 99 95 Gas Washers Faultless & Apex 14995 Mjr sofa bed walnut fin- 7995 8 PC. SOFA BED GROUP Replare that olrt sof» with one ol then* new «roap«. Consists of the covered In Ion* wearing mohair vclour. two wilnnl finished end table' Ished coffee table, Iwo UWe lamps, bit hl-burk r*eker, a throw rag. the living room complete. Purchase »n Wxle's easy payment pl»n. Small down payment, balance on small monthly payment*. ^ ^ I PC. All Mohair Living Room Suite tprinft cushion 149 5 ° 2-PC. VELOUR SOFA BED SUITE FALL SPECIALS Just Iwo piece mohair llvlnr rixim <ullf. Has wood (rim on front of arms and on lop of arms. Has one piece all slccl unll In bax with Inner-spring cushions, built <" five .vear« anri Tears of jervfcf. ,s>p this living .atte value lodaj at Wade'i. Purchase on Wade's pajmenl plan. ^^^ up The double rtuty living mo« sullr. Ihe Mg romforlabte *ifa and Ihe matchln* lf>un«e rhalr. Suite In nt (toorf «,,allly ronstrar.tioK throughout, covered in cotton vrlnur. fholce nf many colors. Si-e Wa.de> Urge selection ol Sofa Bed Suite* Uday. FMrchast •• Wane'» **<r crrrtil ti-rmm. 89 i95 3 PC. BED ROOM SUITE OuUlanrting value in this three piece bedroom mile. Suite Is w-.ilmif print finish made of all wood, no masonlle. Suite consists of Ihe hi s vanily, full si lc bed and the hi? chrst of drawers. See Ihis outstanding value today al Wade's. Purchase on Wade's e.i 5 , payment plan. 5995 5 Burner Table Top Oil Range Gleaming while Porcelain Top Five Burner Oil Range, built for modem up-lo-lhc- minnir rooking, has all (he lalcsf fcnlurr.s for Hghl now f* /% Q C nrat. s r c Iliis mortel and llic many others on display %^ t Mf.J at Warie'i. nodpnj up-lo- 89 TAPESTRY SOFA BED Talk ahoul value. Ihis is really It. This niinlit.v wood arm jofa hfd al this am low pricp. has walnut finished arms, fnlrts Into big comforl.ible bed with a In Ihe nrlsl. t'overrd In long-wcarinff tapestry covcrlnir. Manv rolors to choose from. S« Ihcm lod^y al Wade'». 39 iia/inp J A usi of jm 95 WADE FURNITURE COMPANY "Trade With Wac/e and Save" STORES IN BLYTHEV1LLE, ARK., UNION CITY and MARTIN, TENN.

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