The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 13, 1955 · Page 12
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 12

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, September 13, 1955
Page 12
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BtTTHEVlLLE (ARK.)' COURIER MIW1 TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER II, IMt Scientist Says Foe Could Wage Ice Cube Test War By JULIUS GOLDEN- ALBUQUERQUE (AP) — A scientist said today that a "shrewd opponent" could wage an ice cube test war against tim country with intercontinental projectiles made of ice. The object of the ice missile, opponent then would have a fair wouM be to determine effectivenoss I idea of where the real thing would of rang* for a more deadly missle. | hit. Dr Lincoln La Paz, director of I And the United States would be the University of New Mexico's In- left with a puddle of water or a stivuie of Meieoritics, the only one ot iis kind in the- Western world, said: "in range-testing intercontinent- •1 ballistic missiles in ptacetime. a shrewd opponent or obvious reasons would seek to employ test objects leaving no tangible trace of their existence or use. "It is for tins reason that since 1848, representatives of the Institute of Meteoriiics have habitually asked observers of the yellow- green fireballs and other anomalous luminous phenomena whether insecurity Mars Alcoholism Fight, Expert Reports DETROIT (fP) — Tippling housewives are becoming a growing problem in the fight against alcohol, ism, a sociologist says. or not pieces of ice or drops ofj Robert stra us, sociologist • at the small piece of melting ice as the only trace of the test projectile. d falling from New York sute university Medical the sky at the liime of the observed j Center( told the first annua i Inter incident.'' Some Reported Water Some observers have reported drops of water. But another meteoriticist, _ John Davis Buddhue of Pasadena, Calif. Mid ice discovered in California which came from the sky either was from an airplane or may have been an ice-meteorite. The existence of ice meteorites never has been proved. Buddhue r-ead a paper on his investigation beiore the International Meteoritical Society, which ends its two-day meeting today at the in- national Institute on the Skid Row Alcoholic yesterday that insecurity is leading many women to become Two Teen-Agers Killed as Racing Boats Collide , Mivh. f/P) — Three inboard runabouts, speeding in foggy dark-ness, crashed on Lake Lee- lanaa last night, costing the life oE one of five teen-age riders. Sheriff Robert White said 13- ytar-old Robert Deo was presumed killed outright or drowned. The body has not been recovered. His four companions escaped injury. The sheriff said the boats had been taken without permission from boat liveries. USEFUL INSECTS The bee and the silkworm are fche only insects that have been domesticated by man, but many insects, such as the lac insect which is the source of shellac have become most useful. RUST-FREE HOT WATER TROUBLE-FREE OPERATION ore built-in guarantees it-Rock g.j 10-Year Warranty :-i j backed by a HALSELL&WHITE Main at Division Ph. 3-6096 PRESCRIPTIONS Filled by Registered Pharmacists at all times Phone 2-2024 Accuracy and Dependability Are Always Yours. Prompt Delivery Service OWENS REXALL DRUG STORE what he called "plateau drinkers." He defined a plateau drinker as one who "prefers to maintain a limited level of obliteration through alcohol for as long a time as possible, rather than seek intensive but short-lived intoxication," La Paa has said repeatedly he believed the mysterious yellow- green fireballs — spotted especially in the Southwest during the past decade—were o{ earthly origin. The fireballs make no sound as they aoom through the sky and no portion of a fireball ever has been recovered, K they landed. From Plane La Paz said an ice projectile | could be shot from a plane at high altitude many miles away from the United States. Moving at sufficiently high speed, it would appear from the ground much like a meteor or a shooting star. The ice projectile, melting rap- Idly as it shot through the atmosphere, then would be photographed or traced by radar. On a photograph, it would look like any other meteor—a long string of light. The Women Dies At Funeral SAN FAFAEL, Calif, (ff) ~~ Mrs. Florence M. Salazer collapsed in the arms of n funeral director yesterday and died while attending the funeral of her brother-in-law John Barr. Mrs. Salazar, who apparently suffered a heart attack, was the widow of Marion T. Salazar, sports editor of the old San Francisco Bulletin. Among her seven brothers and sisters is Prescott Sullivan, sports columnist for the San Francisco Examiner. Search Continues for Plane Feared Lost in Mountains LAKEPORT, Calif. (IP)— A ground Air Force and Civil Air Patrol and air search was to resume today for four young persons whose plane disappeared Sunday over mountainous forest* about 330 miles north of San Francisco. planes searched all day yesterday while rangers of the U.S. Forest Service covered on foot the area where the plane was believed to have gone down. Now-delightfully milder and lighter! OLD TAYLOR 86 OLD TAYLOR 86 brings you—for the first time— a superb 86 proof Kentucky straight bourbon whiskey, ao light and mild as good honest bourbon can be; but mellow and satisfying in true bourbon flavor. Here is a worthy companion to famous OLD TAYLOR 100 proof bottled in bond Kentucky straijjht hour- bon—prized by generations for its rich taste and bouquet. OLD TAYLOR 86 PROOF KENTUCKY STRAIGHT BOURBON WHISKEY- lighler, milder, lower in (iiice OLD TAYLOR BOTTLED IN BOND KENTUCKY STRAIGHT . BOURBON WHISKEY, 100 PROOF favorite of connoisseurs (or generations. The mlMlng: Beverly Cote, at, cfeughtcr at the American Telephone * Telegraph Co.'s general financial wpecviior, Frank H. Case. Carol Here, 22, daughter at E. Francis Hore, an executive of the Henry Hess Lumber Co. in San Rafael, Calif. Charles Ise, 28, co-owner of the Monument Motor Co. of Concord, Calif., a son of Dr. John fee, recently retired economics proiessor at the VnlnnHr «f KHMI*. Paul John., », tto ptM, * ten Th« four-pUc* Uucombe wa* reported late Sunday touching down at Fulter'i Airport at Lake PiU»- bury. But tt departed without stopping and headed between two moun tains. Tomatoes are cultivated in Mexico and Peru for centuries before the coming of the Spaniards. THE OLD TAYLOR DISTILLERY COMPANY FRANKFORT 4 LOUISVILLE. KENTUCKY •!»• 4 to 13 10VCHTISED IK LIFE Sept. 12th Issue water, wM, e*W-r««it*irt... knit trim SURCOAT A neat bundle of cheerful •tyle attraction and comfy, rugged practicality ... all wrapped up in the finest quality'wool melton. 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Here indeed's a style-prize he'll treasure now and for many years to come. It's especially luxurious in Charcoal Gray, Charcoal Brown, Princeton Gray. i Everything for Men and Boys\ MARTIN'S Men's Store 3L Watt S«italL for 3afl.. , suits by Curlee Your Curlee suit is here, waiting to turn you out smartly dressed for the season. You'll like the easy- to-\vear styling that makes you look as comfortable as you feel. These Curlee fabrics-for-fall are made for a man's taste, tailored superbly, and prcied for "after vacation" budgets. I Everything for Men and Boys = MARTIN'S Men's Store New Homes in Dixie Gardens —Built to Your Specification— You Choose Your Lot and We Will Help You Biuld the Home of Your Dreams. Lorgt Loh — Partd Streets — City Sewer System — Close to Down Town Go North on Second St. to Missouri For an Appointment Calf Kemp Whisenhunt, Realtor 122 W. Walnut Phone S-44M

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