The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 19, 1947 · Page 16
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PAGE SIXTEEN, .,„ BLYTIIEVILLE (ARK.) COURIEU NEWS THURSDAY, JUNK 19, 19-17 Russia Said Able To Make A-Bomb House Group Told Soviets Can Produce It in 3 or 4 Years ••WASHINGTON. June'19. (UP) — The Rev. Edmund A. Walsh, vice president of Georgetown Univer- tity here, expressed the opinion yesterday thnt Russia already knows how to make the atomic bemb and will produce It "in three or four years." '»ther Walsh made thi s state meht before the House Armed Cervices Committee In testimony urging approval of President Truman's Universal Military Training program. Rep. J. Farnell Thomas, R, N. J. fcsked the witness if he believed Soviet Generalissimo Josef Stah'i irouid start a "shooting war." And if so. how soon? ''Wot until he gets the atomic bonib," Walsh replied. 'Lack of technical competence is the only thins keeping Russia from making the bomb now, he added. Me said "accurate sources" in- formerl him Russians had kidnnp- eH 7.COO German scientists "from the American Zone in Germany." Wnlsh said the Soviets wore American uniforms on rnidin" parties in Berlin to make the Germans thtnk this country was to blame for the kidnapings. Walsh wa s a member of President Truman's sueciM committee Ort Universal 'Military Training which recently urged Congress lo net quickly on the proposed program. Coal, Steel Wages Go up--Up-~UP Missco Schools To Issue Bonds issues for Total of $124,500 Approved by Board of Education The three Mississippi Couivy .school districts — Shawncc, Kol<W No. :tl and Wilson No. 25—which Monday received the Stnte Bo.ird cf Rducntlon's stamp o f approval .111 commercial bon<] Issues lolnltn;; *124,5UO. today Indicated that Hies-.funds were nhcady allocated lor use In school construction. 13r. R. L. Johnson, president cl the slinwiwG School's board of directors, siiid funds from the bond Issue for $41,500 uwroved for thul district v/ould lie used to help finance reconstruction or the main building of thiit .school, destroy*! by lire Feb. l(i. The S.W.'JOO from the bond Issn.i approved for Wilson No. 25 dis* trfct will pay for about one-third or Ihe cost of the new gymnasium under construction there, JoDu drain, member or Uu Wilson Ixm'u. |ta!d. | This (iS'innaslum. ID <v<sl approximately $150.000 is a 1^0 by 1'JO-loot, one-story structure wnhli will include an indoor s-viin'i'tng pool, a basketball court, p'lysfcul education rooms and t-lassriwms, Mr. Craln said. Work on It Is underway « id L'ompli.'Uon is cxpec'.O'.l j'l trow six • to eiyht more month:!, he said. / Costs of construe'.!!!'^ u 'lev/ grad:' I school at Kclser -vill absorb the 5.10.000 Irom the !)<>:>.I issue fof Kel- 1 scr District No. 3:, P.. II. noolu- sou. ii bonrd member, said. , The new ^rade ichuoi will be a 10-classi'Oom, onc-s' ivy building of fireproof construe) ion to replace the now out-grown frciiiU: structure in MM; tit present. Mr. Itobijison stated 1 Construction may bc^n this year if a suitable contr.i'jl is obtained. ] otherwise the boart! will wall, until I another year ^.? ;::ii<l. The nc'.v school will cast fr^i-i $70,000 lo $15,000, he said. Norway ha s a 12,000-mile coastline, but the distance around It Is oidy about 1000 miles. l-'alcons kill their prey while full flight by fifrlkinn n blow with llielr Jialf-closnd talons. * GOOD FOOD * LOW PRICES * VARIETY We Specialize In Merchant's Lunches THE WONDER GRILL 'M IV. Main IMione 3900 scqucntly uas arrested and pardoned when the rebellion died out. John L. Lewis is reported angling for a biyger v;agc increase lor tiis soft coal workers than the 1,5 cents an hour recently :jrai'.ted '-ted workers. Ncwsclmvl compares average coal miner and st«-el worker hours per week anil weekly and hourly earnings during Mr.; past five years. Data is from Labor Department statistics. Figures for the first quarter of 1947 arc not i.vailablc. Boston Mayor, Facing Prison Term, Hopes to Obtain Pardon COHASSETT. M'lSS., .lime 19.* -- - •(UP)— -Boston's Mayor James M. hellion was uncovered here in Curies-, facing a six to 18 moni.li effects of the late Mrs. Jennie jail sentence fri ninll fraud, yci- Button. tcrclny received the last rites of] It wns an original porlrull. o( the Catholic church nt Cohns.wt [ John Holltroft, the "Tom the Tin- •rrLvate Hospital, where lie has been. kcr - of the InMirrcclion In 1794. confined since Friday. .. Tum thc -n nkcr " ,,ainc<l noto- Tlie altciullutj pliysieian. Dr. Ed- rlely when lie rode from house wnivi H. Seholt, issued the follow- house warnln K whiskey - ing bulletin: "He was very rcstlc.is. settlers of recrimination's if nervous and very much concerned about hw physical condition. He tiskcd to. see a Catholic priest and the STURDY- NATIONAL WINDOW GUARDS Uic> Tax oi /<J/ 0).d dapend^bU N*tional .Window Guards will Iteep your hom» «very second of $h» nig^it and day, actuaLEy beautify your Vqrri* whilv mg a strong barrier igiinit prowl. .*H tor burgle ri. /,, . y»t are economically priced to.firyour budget/ • Htone today «nd JeK us give you «n •e^matt. *- FIRESTONE he received the Ifi-st rites of Catholic Church." Dr. ScholL would i:oL divulyc tlic name of thc priest. Curlcy has din- betes and high blood pressure. Previously Cwrlby hud been reported "visibly upsel" on learning thai thc U. S. Supreme Court Monday hatf refused to review nl 1 conviction. Presulcr.tial pardon npp'jnrtjd torifty fo be the last hope of Curey in his fiik'lit to escape n prison sentence for in nil frnnd. Curlcy's last recourse lo the courU fnilcd when the U. S. Supreme court turned tlown a second appeal for review of his conviction. Ordinarily such action would mean Curlcy would huvc to begin serving his G to IB-month prison term within a few days. The American Federation i>f Stale, County and Municipal Em- ployes of Massachusetts (AFL) Iv.is petitioned President Truman to pardon thc Boston Mayor. Presidential intcrventinn was considered unlikely, however, in view oi iho tygh court decision ngninst, Curlcy, a Democratic former congressman and one-time governor of, Massachusetts, pnld thc Federal Excise their lt([iior. lie erciUed a reign of terror by attacking federal forces, lie sub LEARN TO setr We will teach you how in eight easy lessons. Helpful for "Rcculars" as well as "Hcgmncrs." Single "Rcfrcslicr" I.essoas Complete 8-Lcsson Cunrse SINGER SEWING CENTER 411 W. Main St. SPECIAL! Complete Auto Paint Job ALL KINDS BODY REPAIR Let Us Overhaul and Paint Your Tractor We Will Make It Run and Look Like New SPECIAL PRICES ON OVERHAUL JOBS LEE WILSON Garage and Body Shop Phone 2088 Armorcl, Ark. Second and Ash Streets Call 2611 Call Standard Esso Gas & Oil ALL BRANDS PREMIUM OILS Backed by a Triple Written Guarantee I'liiu-is 1'UUK UUIJBKU tiros l;il<u the bumps in the road easily — give al the point oi' imp:icL. This prevents injury to the liru it.self . . . insures longer lit'- Sec the PIIAIUS tiro 'with triple written guarantee ; WILSON AUTO SKKViCK bL-iore you buy any(4'> iinywliere! Expert Washing and Lubricating ALL CARS VACUUM-CLEANED WILSON AUTO SERVICE Minnie Lee Jones, Studio ANNOUNCING Summer Classes in Piano Reasonable Rates Enrol. Now Phone 2994 or Write Miss Jones 807 Chickasawba Blythcville, Ark. FARM LOANS You can now secure thc most attractive fiuin loan in history. Low rates of Interest, extremely long terms with literal prepayment privileges, {'radically no expense attached. If your present ' loan does not bear less than r>% interest you will certainly lie in- tercstcd in our Faun Loans. Unlimited amount available. 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