The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 29, 1946 · Page 7
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MONDAY, JULY 29, 10-iG BLYTHEVILLB (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Atom Bomb Tests To Bring Changes Ship Construction Certain to Undergo Sweeping Changes. MY ritANK II. JIAKTIIOI.OMKVV U. i'. Vice I'rcs. I'lit'ltii! Division OFF 111K1NI ATOLL, July 21 'tins is a report on two bombs Hikini. niul [lie greatest military fact-Undine; expedition ol all tun which (raveled half way nrouiu the globe by sea antl air lo dcton- nle tlictn. They demonstrated controllet \ iitomic energy as the greatest 'ven- pon ever knoun to mnn. its lormu- la and Its responsibility still in tlie exclusive possession ol the United Slates. Ten ships were on the bottom o! Hikini laejoon. antl a score of others were subjected to terrible damage :i.s 42.000 AmericHiis nnti ball a hundred foreign observers prepared to return to their faraway homes, soberly reviewing the tremendous spectacle they had beheld—and its Implications. More American souners, sailors and airmen took part in operation crossroads than most nations !><>s- sc.ss in the entire military establishment. More ships were ottered as tarycls for the atomic tests than the United Slates, itself, was able (o assemble ut Pearl Harbor in December 1941. when the threat ot war in the Pacific was manifest. One man. Vice Adm. Blandy, has carried a Ihrough io the completion of its 194G chapter with precision and intelligence. Ordered by Ihe joint chiefs of slaff to bomb a target, fleet from the air and from below the sea in such a manner as to demonstrate atomic damage in each case ranging from maximum to negligible, he had done just that. (Pastel Portrait Drawing Popular with Army Regular Forgetful Folks Add To State Treasuries CHICAGO (UI>>— HIIVC you n few thousand dollars tucked nway somewhere that have slipped your. .session In New York lust, year following application of new abandoned l»M|x>rty laws. I" Kentucky, the Mate Is lakln;i ncllon to transfer lo Its treasury one eslnle of nearly $'200.000 to which 110 Individual Ims succeeded PAGE SEVEN In ulllxlnit n valid claim. Stale Kovcrumrnta derive a collective revenue of (rum "JI.OOO.U'W lo SK.OOO.OOO a year from escheat fclaUitcs now In effect. The original '•"' usimlly has no rl^hl In re- rsehcnl mind? Or maybe you've fornolleii to cash your winning ticket in ft recent sweepstakes? Many people commit such oversights each year, according lo information [rom the Council of Stale Governments. Ami. In muny i cover Ills properly under stales, laruc sums are lurned over I Provisions 11 he luis (ailed lo iisso to state treasurers simply because ] rliilc himself wllh 11 In some mnn- ™i'.o, which caused (l! t dc.iliis-. mil lersons have fulled to claim funds Her for a staled ncrlml of vunvs ""' 1'nbmmi: (Janllcld* Hole! Hi,. hie them. In New York, lust year, more him SMO.CUO In parl-nuitnel winnings unclaimed by beltor.s was urncrt over to Ihe state. Unclaimed Hotel Blazes Spur Cities To Adopt New Fire Codes CHICAGO (Ul')-Fire pivvtnliuii efforts are being spurred In rrveml U, H. cities followinx recen ( . ills Irons llres In Chicago and l)u- LjiHine. la. The lolcnmi lonal Oily Managers' Association reports new Interest throughout the nation l:i the. need for sti Icier safely measure', as a result of the two tragic bla/i 1 :; --the l,a Sulk! Mold lire In Chi- hi. I xmls officials nrc confilder- Ini; revision of the city safety cr.Ce l» require owners ot holds built before enactment of present regulations lo iiinkc basements fire-resistant, or else Install sprinkler >ys-' Inns. Just two days before Ihc Chicago ihc, Baltimore adopted a strict (hoi prevention code prohibiting smok- Inu In llieateis and department stores and limiting attendance, at night clubs. Other major cities In which flri ordinances have been knit together, Into (Ire prevention codes or where In New Caledonia, this Army Regular finds an Intercfting iub|«ct I in a Javanese native. Tlie Regular Army offers exceptional educational opportunities to qualified civilians. TO 1'KHSONS WHO 1IAVH HAD TUIUU I'KOrKKTV TKKATIil) FOIl TEKMITKS 'J'lie State Planl Hoard rwpirsls that all property owners \vho have had their houses Iron led for termites during the past year com-' high superstructures of battleship", W. H. V. ll[u i high islands ol carriers did not great jol> survive the atomic tests and cannot survive the atomic aye. Cylindrical ships will now fjo on the drafting boards at Washington, perhaps great surface crali of submarine, design, or perhaps Ihe spotlight is to center on the submarine itself. The cylindrical hull demonstrated it is the strongest Ivpc of all naval construe!ion Nuval (listeners. «n'l Army straH 1 -. nn[I i, es t designed to withstand the gists will be working for _ years to plcssulo OI the blasts, while the rcatest safety from atomic bombing at sea lies in operation utifiei the sea. The atomic come wall Ihe cinta resulting irom the giyantic laboratory demonstva- tion staged under Blamiys steady hand with mathematical exactitude. Results of the test, when finally computed, will rest with f.va evaluation boards, primarily with the evaluation board representing ,-lM joint chiefs of staff .The flnd- " ings of these boards will, to a large evtcnt, chart the course of the military future of the United States, regardless of possible international agreement, to outlaw the atomic bomb. There is one plainly observable fact here which does not square with the statements of the highest echelon of the armed forces at Washington. The majority opinion of officers and men with whom i have talked in'all branches of the services participating in operation crossroads might be condensed thus: "Why outlaw this bomb aloneV yrhy not outlaw war first?" While the findings and recommendations of the evaluation boards will be military sccrels, many aspects of the two great atomic blasts clearly indicted the course ot things to come to all who beheld them. Cue patent fact is that Ihc Navy will have to be redesigned, that the ace may sec tlia navy operating primarily under the sea and Ihc submarine promoted to the classification "capital ship." as were the aircraft carrier:; in the last war. iinmicate wllh Ihc Plant Hoard. p,lv inji address of the properly, nam ol Ihe termile operator, and di'.le of treatment. Paul II. Millar Chief Inspector Stale Plant Hoard Lltlle Rock, Ark. race winnings In Illinois nntomal- .cally go to a veterans' rehabilitation fund which has linaiiccd n veterans' hospital. Although most states allow racetrack operators lo keep unclaimed winnings, (here are al least Ihi'co others—Califui nia. New Jersey and New Hampshire -which have laws specifying (hat such monies be. turned over lo the state. Al leasl 3(i states have luws providing for the transfer lo the stal-i treasury of money abandoned In -safety deposit boxes, nnclnlinc:) bank balances and the like, as well as funds or properly lell by persons who died without making wills and who have no legal heir.;. More than $21.000,000 worth of inclaimcd assets. Including srcurl- ies, utility service charges and re- jules. was transferred to state pos- Tile University of Oklahoma correspondence department sends lessons hi history, mathematics iin to students In coluinlita. I'cni and the Panama Canal Hum'. killing I!) pel-sons, At Milwaukee, n lire prevent l bureau Inspection is undeiwuv every hotel, (heater, nlghl club, peoples' home, orphanage and college dormitory In (lie cily. Ichmond, Va.; Minneapolis; Ix>s uncles, Berkeley, Oakland uuJ 3iig licach, Cal. Coal provides 70 per cent of all Ihe energy produced In Amcilcii. with natural oil and nalnral gas ovldhig :>!> per cent. Water power •ennuis for (he other live. Counterfeiters cheated the AniB'- 1 - ican public out of $48.000 In l'J4-'. compared with slioils of $771.'K)0 annually from 1M3 to 1S3B. Phone 2882 for A Taxi O. K. CAB Jack Marsh, Owner J. LOUIS CHERRY Rep rfstn tint Life Insurance Co. BlythcTllle, Ark. York Ml O MS TO LOAN 4 % Farm Loans "G.I." City Loans F.H.A. Loans Also: Conventional Loans 5-7 & 10 Years on Good Residence and Business Proper! v. W. M. BURNS REAL ESTATE and /INSURANCE COMPANY f r PHONE: 3361 We Kill Your Pests We furnish labor, material a rut equipment. Cost is nominal—Call (or free estimate. With DDT Eliminate Flies, Mosquitoes, Roaches, Water bugs, Moths and other insects. DEAL'S Paint & Wallpaper Store 107 S. 1st St. Phone 4( CHAMBLIN SALES CO. VSTUDEBAKER Sales — Service il Cotton Pickers Our buses will operate a ilnlly sHiril- ule '.u Nu. il. I'nimlscd land, Armn- rrl, <Mo:ir I.ukc unit llufTmuu, ilur- lu£ Cotton I'lcklllK S<>:tsoll. Wulch for M-ltcdulo Annouiii'i-incnt. FRAZIER BUS LINES I'osst Office l{«x (ilia HAL PRESS BLOCKS In Stock BARKSDALE Manufacturing & Machine Works Soiilh Broudwiiy "JIMMIE" PARKS Quality Cleaners Prompt Pifk-ii|> a ml Dolivt'i-y Hetvicc * Phono 3555 Tor liclter Cleaning-Pressing 428 West Ash Used Ice Refrigerators - 50-75-100 Good Used Singer Sewing Machine—sews like new NKW CKDAIl C11IOSTS—New Perfect Sleeper I nnerspring Mattresses — Box Springs Alvin Hardy Furniture Co. 301 Main All our Kmplojea ire War VelcniM. Phoae 2302 A NATURAL All) FOIl Rheumatism Kidney, Bladder 1. SlimuliUc Kidney function. 2. Soothe bladder Irritation. 3. Neulnillxe nrlc-ncldlty. 4. Dlsduiryc systemic v.'Hblcs. DISOKDllKS Why not K I V o M hull V:,I1.-V II Irltlll II I'll. 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