The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 12, 1946 · Page 6
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PACK SIX BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS President Gets Report on Bikini . Atomic Experts Tell Of effectiveness of •last of Atom Bomb. WASHINGTON, July 12. (UP) — Atomic experts of the joint chiefs o< staff reported to President Trum*n yesterday that the atomic boab dropped at Bikini "damaged more ships than have ever befovc oeen damaged by a single explosion. " A preliminary report of the joint chiefs of staff evaluation bonrd satd the test demonstrated the necessity for redesigning nnvnl vessels UJ minimize damage to substructures and to deck personnel of naval crnft frcM atom bombs. The experts composing the joint chiefs of staff board snid that because the first test was an air burst, little Information was obtained on how the bomb would affect hulls of the naval vessels. A shallow underwater atom bomb test is scheduled for July 25 nt Bikini, and a deep-water test explosion is planned later. Damage to hulls will be studied specifically after the second Icsl. The board said it was clear from the first test that "only by further large-scale research .ind development can the United States retain its present position of scientific leadership." "This must be done In llw Interests of national safety," the bo.ml satt. ' Members of the board were Dr. Karl P. Compton, chairman, Bradl«y Dcwey, Thomas P. Farrell, Gen. Joseph W. Stilwell, LI. Gen. Lewis H. Brereton, Rear Adm. W, R. Pur- ncll and Rear Adm. R. A. Ofstle. • Casualty Capabilities Studlrd 'The board Eaid its present Information was that the bomb exploded with an intensity "which approached the best of the three previous atomic bombs." : " The explosion point was 1.500 to 2,000 feet west of the target ship Nevada and approximately nt the planned altitude, the board snid. The board listed the damage caused to the ships and snlcl that personnel casualties from the blnst would have been high for persons in exposed positions on the ships within n half mile of the target tenter. 'Beyond this," the board said "any discussion of the blast cflcct upoa-' personnel will have to await the detailed reports of the medical apecialists." The preliminary report snld no significant, unexpected phenomein occurred, no large water-wave formed, the radioactive residue dissipated as expected and no da occurred on Bikini Island, abou three miles from the center of thi explosion. The board see.med satisfied will the scientific data result In g fron the test, saying this Informally would prove invaluable in soientlfl and engineering fields. Two Derailed Cars Tie Up kail Traffic MEMPHIS, Tcnn., July 12 (UP) —Rail traffic to and from Memphis across the Harahun Bridge here yesterday was delayed about seven hours by two derailed Cotton p^it freight cars just beyond the Mississippi river bridge. Some passenger trains, railroad officials said, detourcd via Frisco lines tracks nnd bridge into and out of Memphis. FRIDAY, JULY 12, 1946 Refdgee Jews Captured After Dramatic Sea Dash Girl, Lost in Park for Six Days, to Broadcast FAYETTKVILLE. Ark., July 12. (UP)—Knlhcrlnc -Van Allst8-year- old daughter of Mr. nml Mrs. John Van Alst of Kansas City, who was lost In Devil's Den Slats Park near here for six days, will describe her exiwricnccs to tlic nation July 21 as a guest of Ihe radio program. "We, the People." The child wandered away from her family June 16, and was found some seven miles uway about a week laler. In good health. The Van Alsls were vacationing nt the park. New Liberty Mr. an<| Mrs. slgmaii Hurl of Elbrldge. Tcnn., was Die weekend Rucst of Mr. and Mrs. Hilton Stc- phcnson. Mr. and Mrs. D. Gnrralt of Holland, Mo., nnd the Sunday tuesls of Mr. and Mrs. Orville Garrntt. Mrs. Parker cassldy O f Catron Mo., spent Sunday nlRlil with her parents, Mr. uiul Mrs. r. B. Jiirratt. R. L. Marshall and <lau™hli:r, Mrs. Pearl Hill of Sleele. Mo.. Is iicst of Mrs. Hill's daughter, Mrs. 'llton Slcphcnson, and Mr. otc- hcnson. Mr. and Mrs. Paul AycocR of Tcmphls was the weekend Kuesl Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Aycock nd family. New Mexico contains seven na- onal forests, with a totnl area ol 500,000 acres. About 85 per cent of all Wyoming farms raise chickens In some uimllty. HOW'S YOUR RADIO We Give 1 to 2 Days Service on any Make. We'll Make It Work! Fred Callihan Phone 2642 We Call For and Deliver Authorized Motorola Radio Sales and Service 106 South First St. EVANS GROCERY MARKET Successor to Speck & Sons Phone 2597 211 South First Street Free Delivery Anywhere in the City Specials for Saturday & Monday SALAD DRESSING Kraft's Miracle -170 Whip. '/2 Pint I I Jock Sprat Grapefruit Juice, No. 2 can ea. 13c LIBBY'S PEAR JUICE 12oz. bottle 15c V-B VEGETABLE JUICE No. 2 can 16c PEN-JEL pkg. 10c Jack Sprat Orange JUICE No. 2 can 19c LOGANBERRY JUICE 12 oz. bottle 29c V-8 VEGETABLE JUICE 46 oz. can 32c CERTO bottle 25c VINEGAR 25 VINEGAR, 51 Qt. Fruit Jars, doz. 73c Regular 2-Piccc Jar Caps Pint Fruit Jars. .doz. 63c 2-Piece Jar Caps, will fit coffee jars . .doz. 23c Jar Lids, self seal, doz lOc Grape Fruit. . . .2 for 15c LETTUCE, large firm heads each 12c Fresh Cauliflower Ib. 17c Fresh, Home Grown Blue Hull PEAS ... Ib. 12c fresh. Home Grown Baby Lima Beans, Ib. 12!/2C •EU. PEPPERS . . Ib. 15c doz. 24c Mason Jar Caps, doz 24c Fresh CELERY. . ea. lie Fresh Green CABBAGE pound 5c Fresh, Home Grown CUCUMBERS . . Ib. 71/zc Fresh Home Grown BEETS bunch 9c Fresh Home Grown CARROTS . . bunch 9c Fresh Home Grown TOMATOES . . Ib. lOc Dramatically soeklnff escape from (minorities, 1300 refugee European Jews crowded aboard a former Canadian corvette recently and set out (mm an unnamed port In search of illegal refuge in Palestine. British warships spoiled their vessel 73 miles out nt sea, but could not act until an attempt was made to enter territorial waters. The refugees' journey eventually ended in a detention camp at Haifa, Pulcsllne, with an ollicinl charge of being "a menace to navigation." Exclu- . slve NBA photo by slaft photographer Emil Reynolds. RARY RFFF FRESH - TENDER steaks, Roasts DfftVI DbKr stew Meat, Ground Meat KEF LIVER Ib. 29c PORK SAUSAGE Ib. 38c Grade A EGGS.doz. 48c Dmsed Fryers, - Ib. 69c Bologna Sausage - Ib. 35c Pickle & Pimento Loaf Pound PORK ROAST . . . Ib. 38c LIVE FRYERS - - Ib. 49c Yes r We Have Them! Lightweight Straws and Panamas for A Well Dressed Town or Country Life! ' Remember — If It's for a Man MEAD'S Will Have It! Boy, or Boy — A Hit ... A Home Run with the bases loaded! We've also scored a Home Run with our light- vveight Panamas and Straws. There's 3 wonderful collection of New Shapes . . . New Weaves . . . New Trims. You'll feel really smart and we!! dressed when you get under one of them and you'll have a cool head and comfortable brow this summer. 3.50 to $10 MEAD'S 322 MAIN STRUT V,J"v7»' ir Jr,?V*/,— « ^jUrV* sfi.^S/'x'fi'*".'-- V.lf&*r -*Ar* u "—*U^.^^ Sf V\ ^vf^lV' TIII-. r.:-,T.\p.T.isTiMr,i;T TKAT rr,ovrDr;:> AU, YOVU APPAUKJ, NEEDS FOR BUSINESS-TIUVKL-KKCREATIOX-ADVENTURE

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