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WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 1947' BLYTHEVILLB (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS •octor Advances k-BombWarning U.S.-Russian Relations Basis for Preparing For Atomic Warfare I BALTIMORE, Nov. 26. (UP) S. - Russian relations are such I'at every u. S. city should ge J't Immediately to handle atonil |Wib casualties, Dr. Edward L Ibelleves. fz, president of the -Amerl F>ti Medical Association, declare [torniay night that: "Each urban area within th I Hlted States should promptly tak I leisures tiitt will fit It for th lire of causalities In Hie even I atomic) "assault- j " "Indifference to this need In the I ice of mutable relations with a j |iajor power may result in. dis- strou-s consequences." Bortz sounded this warning In a Itscussion before the Southern IledioBl Association of "Medicine li the Atomic Age." 1 At the same time he expressed lope that the ueiwllts o[ "intelll- ] lent and humaiitarlan application If atomic power will become so | I tlr active to all people that, its I Jse as a force for human deslruc-! |ion may sink into oblivion," He saw hope that atomic power. Through the radioactive "tracer fools" it makes available to median e, may: 1. Clear up the mystery of whs JAinan body ages. Tissue degeneration of the blood vessels alone rills 600.000 AniQricans every year— lfour_tlmes as many lives as are Itcd b >' cancer," I 2. E.vpose the "basic nature of Ihe abnormality which becomes |ancerous growth.'* 3. Reveal the nuclear basis', of lene mutations which affect here, lliv and solve the secret of how life itself "Is evolved' from nonliving matter. 1 * ' PAGE TTFTEUX New Jet-Bomber Hiked Itito the offices of the D«- mrlmcnt of Veterans Affnlis here o<lny, shot to death a physician ic believed luid caused his pension o be redui'fd, unil tlii'u killed ilmsclf. ft The veteran. Identified by |K>llco as Hairy Page, shot. Or, H. M. 3owie three times, and Uion flivd The Army's "newest jet-bombtr, XB-46, roars clowri the runways at Tinker Field, Oklahoma City, on its way to Wright Field for extensive tests. The needle-shaped craft averaged 501-miles per hour on n flight from Muroc, California, to Oklahoma City. (NBA Telcpliolo). . on* bullet from Ilia revolver Into his own head, (tilling drtul be.Mdo hLs vlcliiii a* olhcr oflleltil.s of ihe veterans department mshnl Into the room. Police said I'agc believed Howie, by onlci'lng a I'vliiXiillon of Uic velerun, had caused his pension to bo reduced, - Only • 800,000 of th« »,«K>,009 JtriiLS in the United Bl»tM are electrified. Steel Oil Barrel Racks' Any T. L MABRY 423 MISSOURI ST. PH. 5621 Read Courier Newt Wttt U* Winged Magic Baby Sitter Accused* o/ Killing Child KBEWATIN, Minn., Nov. 2«, (UP) —Mary Sapan, 34. an "experienced" baby sitter, sat wild-eyed and nervous in the Itasca County jail today, after confessing that she killed the two-year-old girl she was ired to watch. She admitted she hacked to death nn General, daughter of her neigh- ors, Mr. and Mrs. Tony General ut she could give no reason lor he murder. Police Chief. Sig Lyndahl snl-J liss Sapan was guarded by sheriff's ei>uties in the county jail at Graml Rapids. He said she appeared to be L a serious nervous state. She wept hysterically yesterday as he told police iliat she had hacked he General girl twice with a smile bitted axe, nearly decapitating ler. "I don't know why I did it," sin lobbed. 'T have always liked children. I'vi nken care of so many little ones it .he past and 1 never have \vanlec to do any thing like this before." Tax Commission Segins Checking Beyers' Income ALBANY, Nov. 26. (UP) '.— The cw York State Tax Commission las begun an Investigation of Maj. eJJ. Bennett Meyers' war-time and XKlwnr incbmc, it, .was learned ycs- erday. : A shite oiflcinl said the. investigation was centered chiefly on Meyers' New York income tax returns since liis retirement from the Army Atr Forces on Aug. 31, 1945, Shortly after his retirement, the icy war-time procurement officer for the air forces bought a palatuU estate at Haleshe, L. I., a»id cstnb- .tshcd a legal residence there, ihe official sa;d. The official explained that Meyers' Army pay was tax exempt under NeW'York IftX but that any other income was subject to taxation. WAC Sergeant Tells of Rescue In Storm at Sea Legionnaires in Memphis Invite Gen. Mac Arthur to '48 Armistice Celebration MEMPHIS, Term.,'Nov. 26. (UP)' —Gen, Bquglns McArthur was Invited today to be RUi'st of honor «t this city's 19-l>! Nov. 11 Armistice Pay celebration, Julian \U. Bondurant,' American Legion post commander, sent a tol- cgrmn.lo MrAilhnr. Fleet Admiral Wllliiun F. linlsoy was fiue.st ot honor at this year's observance. DAVID B. ANDERSON MASON CONTRACTOR Vet, Who Lost Pension, Kills Doctor in Ottawa OTTAWA. Nov. 25. (UP) — A veteran of (lie f'.'sl World Wai NEW YORK, Nov.-26. (UP)—Vivian .. O'Rouike, 30-year-old . WAC sergeant, of Chicago, said today yelling and praying and hard swimming saved her life, after" she was washed from'a ship at night in a North Atlantic storm. She kept herself afloat for two hours without a life preserver in near freezing water last. Wednesday until searchlights of the Gen. C. G. Ballou located her and a lifeboat crew rescued her. "I just got\ mad and kept swimming," Sgt. O'Rouike. explained after arriving here aboard the 'Ballon yesterday. Sgt. O'Ronrkc, a former offic' worker, said she learned to swim in Lake Michigan at the age of three ami acted as a lifeguard with her WAC unit in the Pacific. She said a large wave swept her over tl^e Ballou's side while she wa-S slaiiding on the weather deck with another WAC and an army enlisted man. Conservation of Oil Urged by institute CHATTANOOGA. Tcnn,. Nov. 26. • UP)—-Temie.-sec oil men were asked today to Join a move tirging General Motors to delay production of cars liiijig high octane gn.s. Barney Majcwskl, Chicago, of the National Petroleum Institute, said in a speech at the state oil men's association that If General Motors started such production other car milder* would soon follow suit. That, he said, would begin « race mong refiners to produce high oc- lanc (,'asoline. with the result that some 500,000 barrels of cnule oil a day iniglir be wasted. M/je\vski said General /Motors planned to begin tutn:ng out cars using the high octane fuel by next September. FRAZIER Bus Lines New Location 105 North Lake SU-cct PHONE 2301 Buses to—• • ARMOURl, • HUFFMAN • PKOrMISlCO I,AND • Nt). 9 • STATIC LINK CHARTER BUSES Eqt Shop in Connection Hature's finest! 1 ho AmrrU'im luild (II>iliuci'lu» leufH- s) is the tuition ul emblem of (lie Unitccl Stall's. This ver diurnal liird of prev _ the falcon f iiivtily is tf:irk brown wish wliito head, nock, nurl mil. City Radio -Service '«\ t 4. Dial 2407 tat Expect b9*k* •U Itmt Mate M. Felix A. Carney V Brick Work ot Quality 110</2 E. Davis St. Phone 4641 The Female of the Sppt-lc-i— ST. LOUIS (UP)—Police Sergeant Louis FaikenbuiK knows now 'that woman can be the more dangerous of the species. In halting the escape attempt of .1 woman, ar-rested lor peace disturbance, Pal- kenburg tackled her. She Kicked him, breaking his leg. IA ti-.oid-swallowing pel bhick giackie belonging to the Rev. Wendell Hansen, ot Chicago, is a slar performer in the pastor's 1 troupe of 45 trainee! birds. Hc'-e, I the pet has just swallowed a "sword" of rounded metal . smeateji ^it&T cod li.vei oU. Bill Proposes Mammoth Government Agency to Handle Aid to Europe WASHINGTON, Nov. 26. (UP)— Rep. Christian E, Herter, R,, Mass., yestcrdaj r introduced a bill to set up an independent government corporation, with a capital stock of sSOO.COO.OOO, to administer the nation's foreign aid programs. WAKN1N GOKUEK In the Chancery Court, Chickasawba District, Mississippi County, Arkansas. 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