The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 3, 1947 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, December 3, 1947
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FAOK fWO BLYTHBVILLK (ARK.) COURIER NEWS WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 8, 194T Next War Will Doom Civilization Noted Educator Tell. Sctontfatf There Is No A-Bomb Dcftnt* CHICAGO, Dec. S. (UP) -Chancellor Robert M. Hutehms of the University. of Chicago said yesterday on the fifth anniversary of the first nuclear chain reaction that there Is no defense agalrut the a- tomle bomb and that another war •jrould wipe out civilization. Kutehlns addressed 'a group of noted scientists who assembled for the anniversary ceremonies. It was AT* years ago today that the scientists set off the first sustained chain reaction in a huge pUe of uranium and graphite blocks constructed on a squish court beneath the University of Chicago football Stand*- Hutehlns said there "Is no secret" te> the atomic bomb, and that "other nations will have the homb some day." Thus, he said, ••military preparations, however expensive and elaborate, can do us no good," "Any policy which is based on the assumption that there can be another war Is obsolete," he said •"ffe cannot have war and clvila- tion, too." ' , . . On the other hand, he said, nuclear physics already has begin -to - revolutionise the study and ^practice of medicine. With know ledge gained from making tli bomb, he said, "we m»y now hope to unlock the ultimate secrets nature, to fulfill the dreams o the alchemUts, to cure Incuiaul diseases, and to have at our dls posal leisure and Abundance be .yond the wildest ambitions of man kind. " . Can Relieve Suffering "Through atomic energy," h said, "we can relieve the suffering of mankind or on wipe manklni off the earth." Bunner T. Mice, a member of tl) O. S. Atomic Energy Commission slid that mankind cannot expect the scientists who made atomic energy/possible to assume the burden of responsibility In seeing that It Is ua«d for good. "Their specific task Is to dig out the fact* of nature," Pike said. "Our, Job ss cltl.ens Is to learn how to handle them in our society. Tor the last few generations the human race hasn't done to we'll in handling the sharp ne» tools put into Its hands by scientific research." He said that the "rewards of success look to great, the penalties of failure are^cnUlnly so terrible that we must rise above our everyday selves to meet the challenge of this complex oi phenomena which, whether w« want It <y not, Is (rota- now on ours." Gets a Weigh With His Job President to Spend Christmas Holidays In t/ie White House WASHINGTON, Dec. ». (U*.) — President Truman will spend the Vice Ring Broken When FBI Nabs Six Men, 9 Women i • HAOERSTOWN, Md., Dec. 3.1 (UP) — The FBI claimed today to have broken up a four-state prostitution ring In which hutbands I allegedly put their wives to work i n this community's red light dis- rict and collected their weekly arnlngs of as much as $350. | Six men and nine women wore nder arrest here and In Penrwyl- anla, Virginia and Indiana on _ barges of conspiring to violate the | of row house* In the poorer sec- VWt, Slave traffic act. One of. tlon of Hsgerstown, known as "The iw women Is a mother of live Hill. Alter being sworn in as mayor of High Wycombe, England, G. H. Baker, in ceremonial trappings, is weighed In accordance with a «eiituries-old custom. Legend has it that the mayor and his coun- cillors may be accused of sitting down on the lob If their wcigliU increase during their tenure ol office. frantic Dog Credited With Saving 22 Persons From Two-Alarm Firt MOBILE, Ala., Dec. 1. (U.P.) — The frantic barking of "Princess,' a Collie dog, was credited today with saving 32 persons from possibly burning to death.' Mrs. Victoria Corey aald 'She was awakened at 3 ft. m. by Princess* persistent barking and discovered the garage was a masa of flames that were spreading other buildings. She quickly awakened seven other white persons and 14 Negroes living nearby The two-alarm fire damaged two houses, the 12-room Negro apartment and destroyed the garage with two automobiles in It. Origin of the fire was undetermined, Thankful neighbors were providing Princess with enough juicy steaks to last a week. The dog was owned by James Norrls, Jr., 14. Marriage License* The following couple obtained : man-Inge license yesterday In til office of Miss EHtabcth Blytlv: county cleik. Hawl Poster and Miss Helen Hawkins,' both ol IJibDuriic, M O. children. The alleged prostitutes and procurers were arraigned before U. 8- commissioners in the localities where they were seized. FBI agent* said they believed they had "brok- n" the case, but added that "there may be n tew more developments." Headquarters of the ring, according to the FBI, was a cluster Christmas holidays In Washing I ton for the first time since he has teen in the White House. * On the past two Chris tin uses Mr. Truman lias flown to hi* home at Independence, Mo., early Christmas morning to spend several days ohserving the holiday with his family. His mother, who lived near Independence, died earlier this year. The Trumans probably will be joined at the White House for the holidays by relatives from Missouri who will come here for the Dec. 22 concert In Constitution Hall bv Margaret Truman. On Christmas Eve the President will speak briefly at the traditional lighting of the community Christmas tree on the south grounds of the White House. Christmas Trees IH SKIING OR GASOUHE THAT COUNTS! Holly Ceda & Mistletoe ' — Any Siie % Price* U guineas Fira*a,|J , Churches and Schools '•'> P/oee Your Order Now.'f Moreland's MUSIC STORE g Phone 4*tt 315 B*. Ind With the Courts Chancery Freda Blsher Taylor • vs. W. Taylor, suit for divorce. WHATEVER YOUR COOKING PURPOSE, ^YOU'LL FIND KQ UNSURPASSED/ ^PMK Rhulin Albert Thomas, 37-year-olr deafdeal ptiot,' left yesterday for Washington, D. , C. following his trip to .the West Coast to greet round-the-world flyers George Tru- innn and Clifford Evans. Thomas, a 'former flying student of Truman's cracked up his light plane Saturday while making an emergency landing in a pasture near here while en route back to his Job on the Washington Evening Btar. • • PIANOS NEW AND USED Now OL our floor, we have a nice slock of NEW-and used pianos —uprights and spinets In mahogany and walnut. Delivered anywhere. Se« our pianos before you buy. Band & String Instruments Th« biggest stock of guitars, trumpets, violins, cornets, trombones. clarinets, mandolins and other band and string Instruments In this section. ONE INSTRUMENT OR A COMPLETE BAND— WE HAVB IT. Sound Equipment One mike or amplifier or a domplele system, big or little— see us and save money, Radios and Repairs ' WESTINGHOUSE RADIOS. A beautiful stock on hand. Radio repair work by expert repairman. Records and Recorders ALL VEGETABLE PHILLIPS 66 IS CONTROLLED* FOR QUICK STARTING AND SPEEDY WARM-UP! Performing a stem Christie take, split-second control—ask any skier! And it takes real control to produce a great winter gasoline, too! Yes, Phillips CG controls your gasoline by the careful selective blending of ita high-quality components to fit your driving needs all year 'round! Give Phillips 66 Gasoline-the cliance to show how fast it can start your motor going! Sec your Phillips 60 Dealer today! IT'S TIME TO EAT ""RUSTIC INN New Hours: 11 a.m. til 12 p.m Try Us For, Fine Foods! Concrete Tile Sewer Tile Bites 4, « u« I Inch Culvert Tile Sizes 10, It, 15, 18, 21, 14, M and U Ineb. A. H. WEII Hwy. *i a( auto Llae BlythrtUI* 714 i • vt;*, _»»•»' j*& >'" >. nt**. j-hH "VDLtTILITf CONTROLLED" to 9 iv< ym FAST STARTS! *PH/W/>S 66 fS S£l£CrtV£LY PHILLIPS 66 GASOLINE RADIO REPAIR 1 AND 2 DAV SERVICE ON ANY MAKE OR MODEL. RB- IJABLE WORKMANSHIP. PHONE 2642 We call for and Deliver FRED CALLIHAN Electrical Appliance Co. Authorized Motorola Radt* Sales and Senrloa IDG South First 81. * and Used Electric MOTORS Suited t» any MM. Come in 1/30 to l'/j horse power aizei. Supply It Not Unlimited Medlin & Lane ELECTRIC COMPANY 129 S. First Phone 2180 FOR ELECTRIC WORK *Call 2397* —FOR— • Bob Powell • T. W. 'Hop' Neil We specialize in house wiring, farm wiring, mo-, tor repair and appliance^ , installation. w BOB'S Electric 500 N. Fifth St. BlytheTllle, Ark. ANEW record. "> MMIH MUIIt H-flLTCRS QUflLITY SHOe-SWOP 12 I W. M fl I N ST. FOR SALE v Concrete Building Blocks Aquella v , Water Proofing Paint 12-48 inch CONCRETE CULVERTS plain or reinforced \ Osceola Tile and CULVERT CO. W* Deliver Phone 691 SMITH PONTIAC CO. MARVIN L. SMITH . . . for 10 year* wtlX Gentrjl Motor* and Pontiac Motor Division, h*j » clou knowledge of th« • MOmobile Dullnci* •fld ptonmei oimtandinx xrric* ••> Pociiic nrnat it tlili •»•. 126 So. Lilly Phone 4371 As a. newly authorized POU...IC dealer here, we welcome the opportunity to serve you. With a conveniently located building, thoroughly trained mechanics, a large stock of genuine Pontiac parts and the most efficient tools and equipment, we stand ready and anxious to help you get the most from your car. You are cordially invited to conic in and inspect our facilities. We are proud of bur connection with Pontiac Motor Division and pledge owners here the quality service associated with authorized Pontiac dealers across the nation. IAVT PAYMENTS ON SIRVICE BILLS OF $35.00 OR MORE 2611 — 2611 — 2611 — 2611 IF YOU WANT THE BEST IN A FIRST LINE TIRE . . . GET THE NEW "HOOD 400" • Washing • Road Service • Lubrication • E»io Product! Also Goodyear and Firestone Tires I i WE CLOSE SUNDAYS 1 201 West Ash Str««t A Complete Music Store Brooks Music Store I IfTtMain Telephone SI 1 POXTIAC FOJ. 1947 A riNI CAR MADI P1NIR The great 1947 Pontiee It belter than ever with iu new beauty »nd important postwar mechanical improvements. Poetise for 1947 offers a bigger measure of dependability, outstanding performance and long life. With even greater quality and value, Pontiac for 1947 ii iotlecd "A Fine Car Made Finer." Did You Say Service? Service U more than •, word repeated, her* Rt NU-WA. Service to us meinr flrw CLEANING AND LAUNDRY picked up and delivered at your doorstep Service here, meani satisfaction to every customer It means that you can trust every garment to us and have them returned spotless, unharmed and ready {or Immediate usel Dial 4474-4475 ji v | For Our Double Ser»le« f V NU-WA LAUNDRY CLEANERS 220 North Second Street fl* *C*l MOW*? f£*HC£ MUM Still & Young Motor Co. U»co/n-Mercvry Ooaftr Phone S479 BlytherilK Ark. 112 Wthiui 9t

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