The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 7, 1955 · Page 3
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THURSDAY, APRIL T, 1008 BLTTHEYILLB (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAW mm Are A-Weapons Making Foot Soldiers Obsolete? (Continued trom Page 1) tach carrying a nine-man infantry squad, and six self-propelled how- itezrs. There will also be 51 heavy trucks, « jeeps, live tank recovery vehicles, two 10-ton tractors and two 20-ton tractors. The big question of this test, which has been raised by Gen. Gavin, Is what an atomic blast will do to the gasoline In a vehicle's tank. The instant, searing heat of an atomic detonation which might not injure a protected man at the same time could explode gasoline in a vehicle nearby. "M IE suggested that we should explore the field of less expensive, more' readily available fuels less sensitive to atomic action," Gen. Gavin says. "The interesting thing is the very component of our natural resources that gives us terrestrial mobility.Is the most sensitive to atomic attack — gasoline." Tanks and armored vehicles oc- cufied by troops will not be placed close enough to the blast to test its effect on gasoline. The gas will be in unmanned tanks placed much closer to the explosion than humans. The maneuver arranged for the public shot will attempt to prove that the Army's planning for its new atomic units is not predicated only on defense against atomic weapons. The plan is to assume that an aggressor force has broken ' through American lines and that NOTICE AND WARNING ORDER Notice is hereby given that in the cause styled Clyde Dew vs. William Brazzell, et al, No. 12,958, Clyde Dew has filed in the Office of the Clerk of the Chancery Court of the Chickasawba District of Mississippi County, Arkansas, a petition to confirm and quiet in him, the said Clyde Dew, the title to the following lands, to-wit: . In tbe Chlckasawba District of Mississippi County, Arkansas, the following lands, to-wit: Lots 1 and 2, Block 3, Matthews Second Addition to Leachville, Arkansas; and Lots 3 ' and 4, Block B, Staudenmayer Addition to Leachville, Arkansas* and East Half (E'/ 2 ) of the North Hajf (NJi) and all Southeast Quarter (SEy 4 ) except Railroad right of way and West 18.10 acres North of Railroad, and South 50 acres South of Railroad, containing 271.14 acres in Section 7, Township 15 North, Range 8 East; and Southwest Quarter (SW'/i) of the Northwest Quarter (NWV4) containing 40 acres in Section 8, Township 15 North, Range 8 East. In Phillips County, Arkansas, the following land, to-wit; Northeast Quarter <NE'/,) Section 39, Township 5 South, Range 1 East. The. defendants. William Brazzell, Mrs. Delia Brazzell Games, Connie Brazzell, John Brazzell. Bob BraEKell, Hulie Carrington, Audie Carrington, Clara Wallace, Ronald Cokely, Gelendola Cokely. and unknown heirs either of H. C. Dew or of Beulah Churchwell Dew and Mr. and Mrs. Mount Perez and all other persons claiming eaid lands or any interest therein, are hereby notified and warned to appear In said court on the first day of its regular May 1955 term and to show cause why the title to said lands should not be quieted and confirmed in said Clyde Dew On failure of defendants to appear in said court and to answer plaintiff's complaint, said complaint will be taken as confessed. This notice and warning order is to be published for sis consecutive weeks. Witness my hand as Clerk of said court and the seal thereof, this 8th day of April, 1955. SEAL GBRALDINE LISTON, Clerk. By OPAL DOYLE, D. C.. Roy * Hoy, Attorneys for Plaintiff. James Gardner, Atty. Ad. Litem. 4/7-14-21-28-5/5-12 U. ,8. forces have used atomic bombs against it. Immediately after the test detonation the armored forces will counter-attack, trying to capitalize on the advantage of shock and casualties administered on the enemy. Special radiation detection crews will accompany the task force to determine Just how close It can get to ground zero—the point directly below the detonation—with safety. Teh Army is convinced that the results of this test will be a new chapter, in the tactical book for future wai..ire. Commodity And Stock Markets- N«w York Cotton Maj' 3357 3365 3353 3363 July 3373 3385 3371 3382 Oct 3376 3396 3375 3392 Dec 3385 3402 3383 3399 New Orleans Cotton May 3356 3367 3351 3366 July 3372 3387 3369 3383 Oct 3376 3390 3375 3389 Dec 3386 3400 3383 3400 Chicago Corn Mny .... 143 143% 142% 143% July .... 145% 146 145% 145% Chicago Soybeans May .... 252 252 250% 251% July .... 242V, 244 242V4 243% Sept .... 236!' 2 236% 235%. 236!i Nov ./.. 233V- 233% 233'/a 233% Chicago Wheat May .... 208% 210 208% 210 July .... ISS'/z 195% 194% 195% New York Stocks A T and T 180 3-8 Amer Tobacco 68 1-2 Anaconda Copper 61 7-8 Beth Steel 138 1-8 Chrysler 73 3-4 Coca-Cola . .• 121 1-2 Gen Electric 51 Gen Motors 96 1-4 Montgomery Ward 17 7-8 N Y Central 39 3-8 Inl Harvester 36 5-8 Republic Steel 84 7-8 Radio 43 1-2 Socony Vacuum 53 5-8 Stud-Pak .: 12 3-4 Standard of N J 113 1-4 Texas Corp 96 3-4 Sears 81 3-4 U S Steel 81 7-8 Salk Plans Progressing Report Soys Officials of the State Departments of Health and Education, in a statement issued jointly with.representa- tives ol the Arkansas Medical Society and the National Foundation for Infantile Paralysis, reported today that plans for the administration of the Salk polio vaccine are virtually .complete in Arkansas. Dr. A. M. Washburn, communicable disease control officer for the State Health Department, reported that county health officials throughout the state have been meeting with representatives of countyy medical societies, count school officials, and vaccine volunteer chairmen representing county chapters of the National Foundation. "The results of these meetings are most encouraging," said Dr. Washburn. "The cooperation extended by school officials, county medical societies, county chapters of the National Foundation, P.T.A. and other interested civic groups has assured that, if the Salk vaccine is licensed for use, all children in the first and second grades throughout Arkansas will receive the vaccine il their parentfi so desire." Livestock NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, 111. (fl _ (TJSDA)—Hogs 9,500; steady to lower; bulk 180-210 Ib 17.6518.00; few 18.25, popular price 17.75; 210-220 Ib 17.50-15; 220-240 Ib 17.25-50; 250-270 Ib 16.75-17.25; sows 560 Ib down 15.25-75; heavier sows 14.00-15.25; boars 10.00-13.00. Cattle 1,700, calves 700; steady; utility and commercial cows 12.0015.00; canners and cutters 10,0012.00; bulls utility and commercial 13.50-15.00; canners and cutters 10.00-13.00; vealers good and choice 18.00-25.00; individual head prime 27.00; commercial and good vealers and calves 13.00-18.00; cull and utility 8.00-12.00. FREE X-RAY Before you can say... "Check Your Chest" it's over! Tomorrow, April 7 Mobile X-Ray Unit will be at 8:30 to 11:30 A.M. and West f nd Fire Station —1:30 to 4:30 P.M. ARMOREL STORE BLYTHEVILLE Mississippi County T6 Assn. This ad Courtesy of LANGSTON-McWATERS BUICK CO. Keep Watching Page 2 for Announcement of Our Sensational "Blitz" Campaign - Delta Implements,Inc. Blytheville 312$. S«eond Ph. 3-6863 Manila Farmers Tractor & Truck Co. Ph. 91 RED CROSS (Continued from Pago 1> Workman, Mrt. Lynwood Lewis, Mr«. B. T.. Brogdon, Mrs. J. E. Lumford, Mn. MaWe Lunsford, Mri. E. B. David; Blytiievllle colored: K— Carter's Temple; $5—Ei-nest Cnston, First Baptist Church; »2 — Hnllle Jan Williams, John Nosh; 1 »1—Rev. J. W. Knowles, Rev. N. Freeman, Bessie W. Brassfleld, Lenna Mullins, James Elliott, Arthur Seaborn, Rasie Howard, Rev. J. M. Jackson, Eddie Joiic-s, James Blackwell; Robert Jones, Maywood Dean Easter McFearn, John H. Wright, WiUie Hollmvny, Juntos A. Roddy, Mose Young, Mnttie Moss, Martha Ann Wheeler, Rosie Lee Weeden, Richard Houston, Robert Ptckett, Lathers White. Lealia M. Jackson, Mary. Burton, Theodore Burton, Alton Metcalf, Freeman, Rev. Moore, James Pennlngton, Hulbert Whitley, Millie Bowles; Annie Thompson, Fannie Williams, Agnes Lavendar, Rearany Haley, Maomu Dove, Emma Hill. Alice Simmons, Estoria Dedrlcfc, Pearl Sims, Rachel Strickland. Vel- mn L. White. Llllmn Thomas, Lena Mitchell, Millie Sanders, Jane E. Gates, Alberthia Elliott, StelUi Royal, Will Smith; Magnolia Hogan, Arthur Ricks, Mancil FnmkUn, Corinne Perloftt, Albertine Hirsch, Abe Thompson, O. W. Howard, Emma R. Lester, Ollie R. SummeraU, Willie Smith. Gladys Echols. M. A. Ware. Classic Farmer, Ella Kinney, Dovie Pinkey, Mary G. Vaughn, .Rssie Bennett, OW'' I'iBB.v, Isadora King, Oiauctle l'l«BX, Mastiie West, Jesslo H»in- dolph. Love McOve, Alfroddle White Newt Henley, Lemma Hill, Bnlsy 1). Srott; Mnry Harris. Rosto WntWns, Trcssie Wright, Elder Famous Smith, Susie Caner. Simunle Hud- (ili'ston. Idu Hubbnrd, Rev. O. C. Johnson, Shelby Shannon, Carry Jonws, Willie James, Lois James, Sthel Byrd, West End Church, Elian Wails. Funnie Jones, Contte Buchanan, Jessie Carbon, Henry Mosely, Muttio Driver. R. B. Prude. Anwn- du Johnson. MiHon Jolu\son. Dro. Charley Neighbor, Arnenl Jones. Thelina Daniel, Clayton Times, James Hai-liel Ware, Rev. C. H. Nash, Jamie McDade; Charley Strong, .JuuniUi TiUman, A. E. Lester, Henry Davis, Rosie L- Jm-kson, Rev, Arlington Talbot, Beatrice .Moss. Mary Wells, Marie Hull, Ruth Richardson. Mary Maline, Rosie Tugsles, Matlie Bullocks. Ardell Bullocks; Dina CnklweU, Willie M. Bullocks. Willie Cross, Gertrude Smith. Magpie L. Love, Hat.tie Gales, India Lofton, O. C. Love. Esther Brown. Olivia Blalichard, Lillie Jtickson, Rev. A. D. Jackson, Martha Withersiiaan; Anni? Brown, John James. Sa- vitmmh Jones. Elnorn Wade, Mable B. HeesL-fehrr Asphie, Rev. I. C. Davis. Mary White, M. A. Stlllwoll, Dollk- White. .Spencer Carr. Rosie Lee Collins, Mac Williams, Cohn Hancock; BAFB Contract ToConway Firm LITTLE ROCK 1.11 — The Townsend Construction Co. of Comvay today was the apparent low bidder Obituary Stigoll Services Are Conducted Not reported ns ft survivor of RflbtTt Leo StlgaU. who died Tuesday at Half Moon, was Mrs. Sue Hainiu of Hall Moon, who is & daughter. Sorvl«s ft* 1 Mr. SUgall weve conducted yesterday. Study Course Is Change d The course In nudio visual aids which was to have begun tonight Vuifi been chnngtd to methods nnd observation In Rending; No, 403. This course Is an advance study of problems connected with teaching of reading in the elementary grades with einpluisis on individualized and remedial txicVmiquefl Jn everyday Instruction. Class will meet tonight at 7:00 at the Dlythcville Junior High. Dr. Kobt-rL Shanks will be the in.strue- lor. Thosr dt'.sirins further information should cull County School Supervisor John Mays. for construction of » \vlng heiul- qiwrler.H building ivt the Blytlieville Air Force Buse. The U. S, Engineers office here said the apparent low bid was $116,1152. Tlie government, estimate wns $126.142. There wore six bids. Another Dreifus Scoop! DIVIDED RELISH DISH Ideal for Mtving sandwich**, ratnhes, « u 11, candies, cookies, and crackers. S«v« Al 49 Bavt ** Dretfw! IJHEJFII!; lVli!i!l llmlns W. 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