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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, March 19, 1946
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TUKSDAY, MARCH li), 1<MU BLYTIIEVILLU (AUK.) COURIER NEWS Blast Pictures Will Be Taken Atomic Bomb Test Will Be Most Photographed Event In AH History ROSWELL. N. M.. Mar. 19. (UP) ^;The clicking shutters or more Aluui 300 cameras will make the ^ntoinlc explosion of "Operation Crossroads" next Muy the most photographed even In history, it, wns disclosed Monday. Lt. Col. Richard S. Leghorn, deputy commandei- of the Army Photo group for the operation, sold that, with the completion of thc dress rehearsal of thc operation off thc coast of southern California last Friday, lie wns prepared to picture the event from every conceivable angle. The cemcras will be mounted on airplanes, mounted on one of Ihe 97 ship targets for the explosion, and mounted on the islands of Bikini Lagoon. •Some of the cameras used will take pictures at the speed of 2.000 pictures a second, others will take detailed pictures through 30 and 48 incli lenses. "There's no chance we'll miss thc split second hlast." Leghorn said "A special tone will be sent' out its run. When the bombardier lets go. the tone will stop and our automatic timing instruments will take over on every camera." "Heavy filters will be used on all cameras." he said. "Thc explosion will be so intense it would blind an observer even if he wore dark glasses. Our pictures will be amonf; th e most Important in history; because visual observation ot thc blast will be almost impossible . nnd memories would be unable to ^[^tain the complete picture." Brig. Gen. Roger R-amcy. commanding general of the air force section for the operation, said still and motion pictures of the explosion that give away none of thc technical secrets will be released to tile public as soon as possible after [he explosion. Pome cameras will take infrared and ultra-violet pictures of the blnst. Every picture will lie limed automatically at 1-10.000 of a second as it is taken so scientists can follow Hie exact pattern of the atomic blast In thfir later studies John L. Lewis Orates While Mine Owners Sit In Silence BY IUKDKKICK C. OTHMAN ' United Press Staff Correspondent WASHINGTON. Mar. 19. (UP) — It takes no robin, nor any flow- eihn; forsytlila bush, to tell you spring has come to Washington; (lie one sure sign is the oratory and thc smoke rolling .toward the yellow celling of the Sliorclmm hotel's grand ballroom. I'm noi talking about bituminous smoke; 1 mean the lumen from the cigars of the men who mine the coal and of those who own the mines. They are In the ballroom now, us they have been during every spring time 1 can remember In Washington, calling each other names, milking (limits, and getting ready for thc annual strike in the nation's coal mines. If this year's strike Is averted, old-timers at the press table, where the cloth Is white linen and thc ash trays are crystal, claim it. will be a miracle. Personally, I wouldn't know. What amazes me is hoiv the opponents restrain themselves from poking each other in the nose. Let us consider the final open session, before the boys actually got down to business In the secret meetings, which will decide how far America's reconversion will go this year. Morning long John L. Workers, teetered precariously on one of those spindly-legged hotel chairs while a succession of mine owners accused of exaggerating, of not telling the truth about the mines' safety records John L., of the shaggy eyebrows, the impressive baywindow, and the oratorical virtuosity, puffed his ci- ;ar. hooked his thumbs in the arm holes of liis gray vest, and said nothing. The mine owners' spccch- were wooden, delivered from "Caesar." he said, "we who arc about to die, salute you." He asked the operators what they mended to do nbout mine safely. They stared al him. "You condone these conditions by your silence," he snld finally nflcr n minute which seemed like ten. "And we protest." John L. stalked out of (lie room soon thereafter. His fresh cigar trailed acrid fumes behind him. PAGE nVB RBI) KYDKlt BY FRED IIARMAN Osceola Society—Personal Miss Valeria Danchowcr of Maburff, 1,3., is guest of Mr. and Mr.s. Chester C. IXinehowcr. Mrs. Ocorge Doj'lc returned Saturday from St. Louis where she spent last week witli Mrs. Harry Alexander. Mr. and Mre. R. A. Cramer liavo returned from Mnyo's Clinic. Rochester. Minn., where Mr. Oromcr HOW Losx5 BEFORE) THIS ICE IEDGE J WILL BREAK f OFF, SHERIFF? IF 1RWER LUKE'S AROUND HERE. I'VE fMSSED W\- I'LL tIAVE 1O DOU&.E KKV. FORASOWER LOOK..' 5EARQI FOR TriE MURDERER OF LEFTY \^.i will, pursuant to the powers tii'anted under the terms of snlit mortgage and by the laws of Ihe State of Arkansas, on the 20 day of Mnrch. 1946, nl one o'clock In the afternoon of suui date, at niythcvllle Auction Ilarn. 2 uillc.s ICnst of Bly- tluivilte. Arkansas, in the County of Mississippi, State of Arkansas, offer for sale to the highest and best bidder for cash, the following described property lo-wll: 1 P ft O Cultivator; 1 Oliver Turning Plow. Witness my liinul this the 19 day of March, 1910. United States of America. Uy Robert W. Downs, FSA Supervisor. vld lliacllcy Disc; 1 Nutlniml 1'res- suie Cooker: 1 Ix>t Small Tools. Witness my hand Ihls the 19 day of March, 1916. United Slates of Ainer- Icii, By Robert W. Downs, l''SA su- IH-ivl.sor. has been under observation. Gene Butler. seaman second I NOTICE OF SALE. Notice Is here- class stationed al San Diego, Is by given that the United Stales of spending a 16-day leave with his'America, mortgagee In parents, Butler. Mr. and Mrs. Gene P. Mis. John Wcstbrook of caruth- eisville. Mo., is the guesi of her sister. Mrs. J. J. LusX. nnd family. Lieut. John B. Uttle has arrived to be with his wife and her parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. I*. Mllllcan. Lieutenant Little, who has just returned from nine months in the Pacific, was released from active duty at Atlanta, Ga. Prank Rhodes has received a prepared manuscripts In general discharge (rom ln e Army at. camp I should say they were dull. When Chnffce. and arrived to be with finally they had finished their case. ' lls mother, Mrs. Joe W. Rhodes. Charles O'Neill of (lie Operators' Mr - " n(1 Mrs ' c - M - Horton hns Committee asked Lewis whether he wanted to adjourn for the rtny. "No." he said. Ponderously lie mounted (he singe, where he re- returned after spending a vacation and Alabama. They Mardi Gras In New moved his eyeglasses and delivered such a speech as I do not believe 1 ever have heard before. Sometimes he whispered. Sometimes be roared louder than any challapin. in Louisiana attended the Orleans. Miss Bettc Davis of Tullulah, La., is spending two weeks with her aunt. Miss EHwibeth Craig, and uncle. Richard Craig. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Porter of mortgage executed by Tib Stevens on the 1 day of July, 104-1. and duly filed In Ihe office of the Recorder In and for Mississippi County. Arkansas. In which mortgage the said mortgagor waived all rights of appraisement, sale and redemption under thc lows of thc State of Arkansas, will, pursuant (a the powers granted under (lie terms of .said mortgage and by the laws of the State of Arkansas, on the 20 day oj March. 191C. at one o'clock In thc afternoon of said date, at Dlythc- ville Auction Darn, two miles East of niylheville. in thc County of Mis- Isslppl. Slate of Arkansas, oiler for sale to the highest and best bidder for cash, the following-described properly lo-witl 1 Link Harrow; 1 J. D. Planter; 1 J. D. Lister; 1 Da- Manila News Miss Vivian Osborne. who Is ul- Icnulng school nt Columbia. S. (}., Is speiulliiR a few days with her parents. Mr. pud Mrs. nryanl Os- bouic. •> Mrs. (Catherine Stephenson of Murlon, Ky.. hns arrived in Manila for a visit with Mrs. James Moore and family. Alfred Needham of Ciulfporl. Miss., Is the guest of his parents, Mr. rind Mrs. Louis Nrcxlhnm. Mr. nnd Mrs. Harmon Goodsun and children, of Mountain View. CnlH., have arrived In Manila for a visit with relatives. Mrs. Henry AshalM'anncr ami daughters, MLldrnl and Alma. Imvc rclurncd honii.- nflrr a two weeks visit In Memphis with ii'laltvcs. Kugeiui Uussi'H has been discharged from llu- Navy and is nt home with bis parents, Mr. and Mrs. John l<us.scll. Mrs. C. .1. Rushing and daughter, Mrs, \V. I, Thompson, .spent last week in Jonr.sbwo Mr. und Mi's, ivan Pierce and son. Joe Dean, urn 1 ' returned home after spemilni; a few days In Hot Springs with Mr. uiul Mr.s. A. T. Pierce. Mr. and Mrs. Mdvln Downing | have rcliii-ned home after .spending several days in Hoi springs. Mrs. ivler nice has gone to ClarksvlUe, Miss,, for a visit with | Mrs. John Hall and Mis. Wllma I Warrlnglon. Former Steclc Man Wed or interest in sti'dc Is an noiuu'emenl of the mai'i'lage o William Wesley Wells, who niadi his home In 'strcln many year; foiv movini; to New Mexico, li The wedding wa» Sunday at the church • of Chrirt n Hereford. The bride . Is the dmujhKr "of Mr. and Mrs. charle* Stacmrd and Mr. Wells, son of the Ills He attended school in Bt«ele before entering the N««gr,' £qn which he recently was di«h»rt«d.: Read Courier New» Wwrt Ad«. Piles iOwll -But He SMILES, Now Bcwlieuftewu. UMume{orautaua4 Jiy tl'Ktan niljunctlvely at noUfilrhoJm; J mlllalivis relief of 'pain, Itch. aornMo.'- Jel|>« .often and tlnd., to ihHavBJiTi-' Ti K. (Set tube Thornton tXInofiRW^l' Oh.linc-Mt-or Tl,omt? n * M £m iSSl 1 buppoaitoHoB. Follow Itl it not dclJKlilecl with th FARMS FOR RENT One 380 arr« farm, one 300 aero farm, one 22» acre fun. MM '- "*-» — '-* wont 2: Will oimiilfirly set up and flninc«, t* farm. brr of large families. • Kce K. B. Ciee Cotton Co,, Mariton, Mo., Frailer, M» <l —"west of rurlijevWe), and BlTlhnill*. Aik! ^^ NOTICE OP SALE. Notice is hereby given that the United States of America, mortgagee in n mortgage executed by Henry Brinkley on the 30 day of March, 194f>. and duly filed in the office of the Recorder in and for Mississippi County, Arkansas, in which mortgage the SFiid mortgagor waived all rights of appraisement, sale and redemption under the laws of the State of Arkansas, will, pursuant to the powers granted under the terms of said mortgage and by the laws -of the State of Arkansas, on the 20 day of March, 1946. at one o'clock iti the afternoon of said date, at Bly- Iheville Auction Barn, 2 miles East of Blythcvillc. in the County of Mississippi. State of Arkansas, offer for sale to the highest and best Uiddcr for cash, Ihe following-de- -'crilied property to-wil: 1 Moline Cultivator, 1 John Deere Wagon, 1 J. D. Section Harrow. 1 J. D. Drill: 1 Ohio Mowing Machine: 1 Avery Rake; 1 Disc Harrow. Witness my hand this the 19 day of March, 1946. United States of America. By Hob- cit W. Downs.-.FSA Supervisor. Some coal mines, he said, are so • Coffcvlllc, Miss., are guest of their unsafe that their owners are mur-' daughter, Mrs. J. J. Roberta. Mr. derers. He mentioned butchery. He Roberts and Miss June Roberts, described the agonies of men 1 Lee Calsing of Venice, Calif., crushed, burned, and blasted. He have returned to her home after told about widows and orphans. • being the gucsl of Miss Suzzanc "You cannot escape the facts Caldwcll and her parents, Mr. and now or in Ihe quietude of your own Mrs. Clint Caldwell. bedchambers, visualizing the ghosts i — of thc men who have died so thc NOTICE OP SALE. Notice Is here- itockholders can have good divi- b y given that thc United States of dends and the executives can have America, mortgagee in a mortgage food salaries aiyl live in good executed by Day Lullrell on the 10 wages," he cried. Iduy of January, 1942, and dnlv lilcd Cried, perhaps, is not the word.'''" ' "' -•-• - • : le bellowed that sentence in tones that made the.loud-speaker vibrate.. Then, in a voice which barely could be heard, lie continued; "What—are—you—going—to—do- about—it? Nothing now? because you've done nothing yesterday?" The mine owners, who sat on the right side of thc room, were impassive. The union men on the left, cupped their ears. Lewis glared at the owners. Read Courier News Want Ads. in the office of the Recorder in and for Mississippi County. Arkansas, in which mortgage the said mortgn- , gor waived all rights of appraisc- I ment, sale and redemption under the laws of the State of Arkansas 666 COLD PREPARATIONS liquid —Tablets—Salv« — No*e Drop* Has satisfied millions for year*. Caution Use only ai dit*:ird Radio Sales & Service Felix A. Carney 138 East Main Phone 3616 gales - Phillips Robinson Service - F:I!x r»mej FOR RENT... Frozen Food Lockers Equipped to Cure Your Hams, Bacon, Shoulders, Sausage A Complete Meat Curing and Storing Service FROZEN FOODS Phone 2602 Main at 21st Street Cash Buyers for Property! Old TOO erer notice that In my ads 1 not only (rlre rou the DOWN PAYMENT on the property, but also the eiact amount jou are to pay. You know Ihe price before yon consult me. A good way to advertise. List TOM property with me. Mj commission Is 5%. H.C. CAMPBELL Office: 120 S. 2nd St. Phones 446 or 2930 FOR SALE 300 TONS GOOD ALFALFA HAY 3 Tons D & PL No, 12 $100 per ton 20 Tons D & PL No. 14 $125 per ton All Seeds Cleaned and Ceresan Treated Roseland Gin Co, Roseland, Arkansas FOR SALE! 20 Bred Duroc Gilts To Farrow Soon H. C. KNAPPENBERGER BLYTHEVILLE, ARK. DON'T WAIT!!! We Will Pay You The TOP CASH PRICE FOR YOUR CAR Drive In Today —Get thc Cash! We Are Authorized Wylhevillc Dealers DESOTO — PLYMOUTH and PACKARD CARS and carry a complete slock of Genuine Chrysler and Packard Parts SEYMORE MOTOR SALES H. SEYMOUK—Owner CLAKKNCK CUMMINGS—Service Manager Sec Us at Our New Location Corner Franklin and Walnut Phone 886 or 3524 EVERYBODY'S BUSINESS! Gossip over a hack fence is everybody's business!.. .'Anil, in quite anotlier Way, your electric company, too, is everybody's business! It belongs to you —to the man next door and the woman across the street — lo the people who rub shoulders with you in shops and trains and buses. All types and kinds of folks are on our stockholder list — housewives,' fanners, merchants, teachers, doctors, nurses. They're the 'direct owners. And there arc countless indirect owners. Even if you don't own a share of our stock yourself, you probably have a slake in this company through' your life insurance policy or savings account. Why? Because banks and insurance companies —who handle your savings — must invest those funds wisely. Next to War Bonds, one of their largest investments is public utility securities. They know that sound business management has made cheap, dependable electric power a basic part of the American way of life. So, whether you realize it or not —your electric light aud power (company is not just our business —it's your business. .« Htar NELSON EDDY In 'THE ElECTRIC HOUR" wilh Jtob.rf Armbmf.r'l £.«ry Sunday of/ernoon, X/30, EST, C8S Ntlwerlc. i

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