The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 22, 1947 · Page 9
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WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1947 Deadline Hears On Navy Program 4-Y«or Educational Opportunity Offered ttigfi School Ciraauarcs The attention of high school gradual** here between the «ge s of 17 and 31 was directed totiay toward a four-year educational pro- Kr»m resultlnt In a bachelor's degree »ttd a Navy \r Marine commission, Representallves of the Navy In Blythevllle explained the Naval H«erv e Officers' Reserve Training Corps program and stressed that Nov. 10 was the deadline for getting applications In the bands of the Navy examining board. High school graduates selected will be given a. four-year college education and In addition will lie commUaloned an officer In either the U. S. Navy or u. 8, Marine Corps. Young men chosen al=o may select the field in which they want to receive bachelor's degrees The government will p»y for MROTO itud«its' tuition, normal few, boots and uniform* and they may attend college* of universities of their choice They alsi will receive »50 a month living allowance. According U) Navy specifications any unmarried male clitou of the United Si»U« between the ages ot 17 aod 31 aad who meet* the prescribed requirements is eligible to apply for examination. Application* must be mailed in lime for them to reach the Naval Examining aeetlon, Princeton, N J., by Nov. 10, Navy representatives here stressed. A competitive examination to determine young men selected for thw training will be held Dec. 13, Time and place will be announced later. Similar competitive examinations will be given each year NROTC students will be given a chance for commissions In the regular Navy as a line or staff officer or in the regular Marine Corps. Graduates of the NROTC program also may apply for flight training In the same manner u graduates of the Naval Academy. Information on applying for the NROTC program may be obta.lned by any high school graduate in Northeast Arkansas and Southeast •Missouri by writing to Po»t Office Box 5M, Blythevllle, or calling 891. a Navy representative said, Information also is obtainable at the Navy Recruiting Office In City Hall here, he aald. T. R, Branding- Iran Found MEDORA, N. D. (UP)—A rusty branding iron in the form of a Maltese Cross, once the property of the late Theodore Roosevelt, has been found on ^the Elkhorn bottoms near here. Nearby was tho long-dead ash of a branding lire ignited years ago by one of the ex-President's ranch hands. The branding iron was turned over to the state museum. Raps Divorce Laws Many Dinner Menus Today Minus Meat Bjr UNITED PRESS ..Mwi WM drogn*J from most \>rm>c. .i. v ,i W ijv». _ ;.^ ArtiiS observed Ui third meitUnj Tuesday under President Truman's food conservation driver R*pr«ientiUvM of the ]»ulU-y Industry' planned to eat. menltess luncheons at noon loday before meeting with CharJea l,uckn>in, chairman of the citizens Food Committee, In another effort to persuade him to abandon the weekly poiiltryle.T.i day. The poultrymen met with Luck- man'In a long acjulon yesterday, but when It wa.s over, chlclcenlei-: Thursday remained as an'essential part of the iratn-for-Europe drive. Luclcman left, the door oiwn to its possible elimination laier mi, and said that the poultrymen probably would offer a new proposal at today's meeting. He »»ld lie turned down their first request because i( offered no specific program for grain conservation, r Meanwhile, December wlwal fu- turei hit, a new all time high on (he. Chicago Board of Trade. December wheat closed at 13.07 a bushel yesterday. BLYTHEVILLE (AKK.V COURIER Einstein Says Atom War Will Ruin Both Sides RALEIGH, N. C., Oct. 22. (UP) — Physicist Albert Einstein yesterday wrote Nnrth Carolina Stale College students that "an atomic war will bring no real decision but only unprecedented death and devastation on both sides." The atomic scientist's letter, urging peace, was published in TEc Technician, campus newspaper. Einstein .said ".some people believe that no reconciliation is possible and that another world war must decide the Issue; we scientists reply that Is no longer possible to decide any such Issue by sucli means." He warned thnl "such a lime in history breds defeatism and despair. But there are among us those who believe that man lias n-ilAin him the capacity to meet and overcome even the great tests of our times. What we must not lose or WE lose all. is out willingness to seek the truth and our courage to act upon the truth." Einstein said the main job of atomic scientists should be to explain the facts so laymen could understand them. He said Jf Americans were given uch understanding." they would "choose from among many patlis to reach a peaceful solution and that will move toward such a solution and not toward war." Rcsd Courier News' Want Ads. IF STOMACH BALKS DUE TO GAS AND BLOAT Help Gee Food Digeiteet to Relieve Yourself of This Nervous Distress Do jou f«i >H puffed-up and miserable • >t«r every rac&l, tuts sour bitter food? If »o here li how you m»y get hle«..d Teller in helping your stomach do the Job— it should be doing— In tho dilation of ItB food. Evtrytlme rood enters the stomach * Yllal gastric Juice must flow normally to Bre«»-up certain food particles: rise the looa m»y ferment. Sour food, acid Indl- JWtlon »nd g» 5 frequently cause a mor- SSUif? uch , y ' rretrul . Peevish. n«vou, condition, loss of appetite, underwaljht, l««UM»V«p, weilcnwi. 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