The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 6, 1952 · Page 8
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 8

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, May 6, 1952
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9A.9E ETG1TT BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Forces Greater than Atomic Bombs? European Brain Trust Seeking It By (SEOFKED ANDERSON PARIS Ml — A scientific brain frrust from 10 European nations Is planning collective research on nuclear problems which may one day disclose forces far grcnter than the atom bomb. "But that doesn't innan we have anything to do with warfare," one of them explained. "Here we nre working entirely for peaceful entls. There is nothing secret about our meetings or our plans." The scientists — top men from Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Belgium, The Netherlands, France, West Germany, Italy, Switzerland, and Yugoslavia — have no shining machines, They are setting up Btudy groups to prepare the planning of them. And they hope Europe in a few-years will have machines lo equal any in the United States and will begin to learn the nature of the atom's nucleus. : The group was formed as result of a suggestion made by U.S. representatives to the United Nations Educational, Scientific and CuHur-j al Organization's annual assembly! at Florence, Italy, two years DRO, \ Now organized* wilh headquarters in Geneva, it is holding a five-day conference at UNESCO House here to start preparatory work on the building of Europe's first co-operative laboratory for studying nuclear problems. Pierre Auger, director of UNES'/ft CO's Natural Sciences Depart- ment, said Ihe now European laboratory — it will prnbfibty he near Geneva — will he equipped with a 500-mlliion electronic-volt synchrocyclotron and a 10-billton electron- fc-volt cosmolron—so named because the waves of energy It will produce will have the properties of cosmic rays. Methodist Conference Moves Into Final Session Today By STEVES' V. DAVID SAN FRANCISCO WV-The Methodist General Conference swung Into its final session today niter dealing decisively with the Imichy question of the church altitude toward the unofficial Methodist Federation for Social Action. The 720 delegates listened in- tenlly yesterday nflernnon lo debate on the federation, wh|ch was charged with followinc lettwlng policies. Then they voted overwhelmingly lo ask the federation to NOTICE Notice is hereby given that the undersigned has filed with the Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control of the Stale of Arkansas for a permit to sell and dispense beer at retnil on the premises described as: Hiw'ay IB W.. Blytne- ville. Mississippi County. The undersigned states that he Is a cilfrzen of Arkansas, of good moral character, that he has never been convicted fo a felony or other crime Involving moral turpitude; that- no license to sell beer by the undersigned has been revoked within five years lost, past; and that the undersigned has never heen convicted of violating the laws of this state, or any other state, relative to the sale of alcoholic liquors. Application U for permit to he Issued for operation beginning on the 1st day of July. 1952. and lo expire on th« 30th day of June 1033. E. B. ChlU-ood, Applicant Subscribed PPd sworn to before me this 3 day of May. 1052. Oscar Alexander, Notary Publio M}' Commission expires: 9-12-83. NOTICE .* HoUce is hereby given that the undersigned, has filed with the Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control of the state of Arkansas for a permit to sell and dispense beer Rt retail on the premises described as: 216 E. Main, Blythevilte, Mississippi County. The undersigned stales that he is a citizen of Arkansas, of good moral character, that he has never beeti convicted of a felony or other •rime Involving moral turpitude; that no license to sell beer by the undersigned has been revoked within live yeans last past; and that the undersigned has never been convicted of violating the laws of this state, or any other stnt*, re- lative to (he sa!e of alcoholic liquors. Application Is for permil lo be issued for operation beginning on the 5 day of May. 1052. and to expire on the 30th day ol June. 1053. Alta S'A'eat, Applicant Subscribed and sworn to before me this h day of May, 1M2. Elizabeth Mason. Notary Public My Commission expires: 5-2G-54. X O T I C F. IN TIIK FHOBATE COURT FOR THE CHICKASAWBA DISTRICT OF MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS Estate ol C. A. Tant, deceased. Lust Known Address; Blytheville, Arkansas. Date ol Death: April 24. 1952. An Instrument dated June 22. 104G, was en the 2nd day of May, 1952. admitted (n probate as the last, will of the above named decedent .and the umierslgneri ha* been nppolnte as executrix thereunder. A contest of the probate of the will can be effected only by ftllnc a petition within the time prescribed by law. All persons having claims against the estate must exhibit thc.-n, duly verified, to the undersigned within six months from the date of the first publication of the notice or they shall be forever barred and precluded from any benefits in the estate. This notice first published May 3. 1962. Gladys Barham Tant, Executrix Executrix Address: 320 Doug an, Blythevllle, Arkansas G. W. Barham. attorney for Executrix. Guard Building, Blytheville, Arkansas. 5'6-13 drop Methodisl from Its title and vacate offices In the Methodist Building, New York. Before the conference today was the question whether lo drop the no-smokinR pledge required of ministerial candidates. Last night, the conference adopted a report urging an end to racial discrimination in the church. A proposal that members ol official hoards—administrative bodies for the local churches—abstain from liquor wns defeated. The Federation for Social Action, which has no connection with the church, was set up originally lo promote the church's social creed. It has turned increasingly toward politics. Critics at the conference said the public might think statements of tho federation represented church opinion. The Rev. Dr. Paul Ervin of Charlotte, N.C , chrufied the federation opposed Ihe Marshall Plan, supported the Communist regime In China, and solicited funds for defense of II convicted Communist loaders. The Hcv. Jack McMichael. executive secretary of the federation, told n reporter later that the or- ganisation had urged recognition of Red China and Its admission into the United Nations. HP added that the federation felt local consideration of the constitutional l.ssilns Involved In the trial of Communist leaders should nnt full for lack of funds. The federation offered to- accept fund!; from any who cared to contrlbulc, he said, but none arrived. TUESDAY, MAY «, 1951 J*t Airliner Comet Horn* LONDON (*>— Britain's new Jet airliner, the Comet, came home casually today to complete its first A/ric*. It had lnui«ur»t«d world'* (list jet puMng«r Alaska Haircuts: $2.50 FAIRBANKS, Aivka tjfi — Safe, regular roundtrlp flight to South cuts are Up to »2.N> In Falrb*»|». "— '—« .............. —i.. i.-.— *^^~^^ "'-•'" '^-''' -r^fi«ii >J °iai;iBBTI>il«l«BMlMMMiMMMB|M»_ S,™)^!,, 0 ^ A .f LANE ,"FAMILY"-Growlh of transport aircraft over a period of 18 year. Is FlrM?-, iii7 MT, y ,f° rlK , U „?£ si * modols of L ° c! <heed aircraft, taken at Burbank. Calif. 1934 Ffiv ?' inn ' Lo'lostar, (small planes, left to rlshl). were in 12-passenger ctos. " :EO> l '°" an ' icd "' c O" s "=Ualio n s two front shis. On inn , , . -asser c. n hi ri2 r»rf" :EO> N l '°" / l a , n ' icd "' c O" s "=Ualio n s (two front ships). One hundred and eighty can be earned m Navy's double-deck Constitution (rear). Speeds hav» increased from 200 to 400 m.p,h., with greater speeds >et to come. Newfoundland, once England's oldest colony, is notv a province of Canada. ^ . Tape Recording Brings 'Listen' to Minister MONTREAL (/P) — Rev. Alex S, lienton, o[ Scotland, received a call from the First. Presbyterian Church of subiTban Verdun after (he con- •xregati-m had listened to a tape recording o[ his voice. Unable to come lo Canada to prea£h. the Scotsman had a tape recording made and mailed it to Verdun. The congegnlion met.'and listennrt lo Ihe play-back. As soon as the recording ende. the members voted to nek'the Rev. Mr. Renton to beiome minister. The call lo the Rev. Mr. nenton follows n decision of the church! some years ago to select its pastors from outside Canada. The Rev. Mr. Renton sudceeds the late R«v. Donald M. Correnl who was born in Brooklyn, N.Y.. and left a church nt Plalnfield, N. J., to become pnstor at Verdun. Sin Is the name of a Sunaerlan moon god. Read Courier News Classified Ads. Jnoe we&Sng earning *p to TCUR family? May we Join th« iarnily Kmdl 10 raaVt i KJ«- S«rt *< jo*ef people ofl with • brand-ne*- Wurlitzw Pumo. k'» • gift that win make them proud Kid riappj— one they can enjoy throughout the yean. •^••^^•^•^•^•^•^•^•^••••••••^•••••••HiHm^^^i *« hwite Yo» h Vis« Ow Showrooms Today! «r- ,,,,^ B W1 " brlng this ad lo BEARD'S TEMPLE OF MUSIC by June 1st and save us the expense of wiling on you, wt will give you credit for S20 to apply on the purchase of a ne wpiano, or $10 credit on the purchase of any used piano al the time of the purchase HP to June 1. 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