The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 27, 1946 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, December 27, 1946
Page 7
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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 27, 19-16 Top Scientists 01 Nation Meet New Discoveries Are Reviewed in Boston Sessions » BOSTON, Dec. 27.^(UP) — Tbe nation's top scientists opened a six- clay convention yesterday that was expected to hear reports of new discoveries in all lields of human ..welfare. I ! New looks Into what the future may hold In the way of science, particularly in medicine nnd atomic energy, also are exiKcted from sonic of these scientists attending the 113th annual meeting of the American Association for the advancement of Science. About 5,000 scientists, rcpiysent- i«B every flc]«j of science In this country, attended. Sessions O f the various scientific societies will be held in a half dozen of Boston's hotels, with other meetings scheduled at Harvard University and at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. HiKlillgliting <„, c of die technical cessions will be a repi/rt !iy Kovcrnincnt scientists on numeroui iiaivilies, including "Operation I Crossroads," — The Atom Bomb Tests of Bikini — and supersonic aircraft. The Army and Navy also have elaborate exhibits, showing tiie latest improvements on many devices developed by their sclent- IS 1."). Tills annual meeting of the AAAs r . is the ton scientific session of the year In this country. YTHEV1LLB {AlUU COURIER NEWS Electronic Photo Flash 'Freezes' Actiot 100,000 Given Shelter in Area Hit by Tidal Wave TOKYO, Doc. 37. (Ul>)—Amcrl- cun. British and Japanese relief measures succeeded In securing shelter for nil the lOO.OOp homeless Japanese on earthquake-ravaged Honshu and SJilvoku islands, allied authorities announced toduy. On British-garrisoned Shlkoku 11,000 Japanese yanncnts were dropped by British planes while a Royal Navy destroyer moved in cmenipncy fooci mtlons, Despllc the 15 3C4 destroyed or (Inmnxccl dwellings on ShIXoku, the Island's swarms of homeless were shollereil In schools, hotels mid public buitdliiK.s. The overall nixuaUy toll for the first time remained stabilized at atout 1200 deud nnd 10H inls'^'iif. No Allied personnel were casualties. Senators to Try New Slant on Search for Housing Shortage 'Cure' WASHINGTON, Dec. 21.— IIJ1') — Sen. Homer Ferguson, II..' Mich., said lixlny h c intends to select "a Koiicl-.Mml city w ith n renl housliit! shortage" to serve as a laboratory lor u Semite housing liivcsdjjiUloii. Fi'i'Buson Is clialnniui of n Senate Win- Investlgallm! Subcoimnll- tcc on housing. He has decided to dliiBUose one elty's housing ills In .order to find out what Is wrong countrywide. • "If we can ilnd Hie answer In one community," he explained, Hint unglil ,|Q be the answer everywhere." Ferguson's Investigators will leave "»s M*>II as the "test-lube" city la selected. National Cotton Council Urges Speed on Research As Boon to Southland MEMPHIS, Tenn., Dec. 27. — (UP)—The Nation^ Cotton Council asked cotton belt congressmen today to help speed the pending cotton research program by making available funds authorized under the agricultural act of 1946. "Every month that can be gained In getting the research program started," the council said, "is a matter of vital importance to farmers." The rcmSrk.ible photograph, above, showing the action of flying pUiying cards sharply "frozen" in mid-air vi'fcs made.-will! a new electronic flab!i lamp, developed by the U. S. N:ival ['holographic Service. Exposure time for the flash from Hie new lamp is 1/lO.OOOlh of a second. Flop House Samaritan Finds it Difficult to Give Away Dollar Bills i NEW YORK, Dec. 27. (UP)—Joseph Bonavitii, 39, .u Brooklyn, tavern keeper, tried to give away $1,500 Christmas and couldn't get! rid of it all. He went into the bowery to dis-1 tribute cash Christmas gilts of S2; "Scram, jsrk." (Bmaviia persuaded.soiiic of them to accompany' him to a police station where his credlUals and intentions were found In good order. A detective then accompanied him on his rounds of the bowery, dis- trlbutltig dollar bills, free drinks and free cats. • Bonavlta, whose name means "good life" in J.lalian^., has been visiting New York's if tollhouse areas Banker to Retire •ST. LOUIS, IKK. 27. lUi'J— Tlic Fadcrnl IKcwivc IJonrd of-St. Louis iihnoimral tociuy thai Arllrtir K linilcy. vlc'e-pr<v>l(lciil of tlio bjiiik :m<l nmmiKrr of Us Little Hock, Ark., iK'iiiich, would retire on April 30. ., lie will he succeeded u,. Clnrence M. Stewart, now (.cercliiry of the reserve Liink. for the last four .vent's, lull U ChriKtmns was the first time lie hud rinnc it "on such n largo scale." (lc had a little less than $100 left o( the Jl.HOO. Faithful Hound Delivers ' Wild Turkey to Master Who Had FailedasHunler D1NWII3D1B, Vu., DOC.27.'(UP)— ' The llrlgus Wrnys 01 Route 2, I)in- wIcMlo County, foiislcd on lurkoy Cluislmus Day thanks to T\ick, llirlr black und white hound doc. For scvcml days before' mas HI-IKES Wray und his neighbor !J, J. n.illun. went hunting fo wild tmkoj's. mil they met.'will no luck. U began lo look lik« Hi Wrays would have lo setlle for i chlckon dinner. Ho Tuck dcdtlcc lo uo liiliitlni; iilunc. ' The rcsiill: he captured u fa turkey. As n reward,, Tuck uol Ul(! ilrum.stltk for ChrlsUnus (|lnnci The chichoiia trco.'i o( JIIVH prci dnco iiboiit 09 per cent of Hi i world's MU>l>ly of quinine. to S5 and for awhile ha convincing New York's 1 elicts that deal was 01 The first response fro of drink cadgers to Christmas, my Kootl me I difficulty i uman dcr- tlie level.' u a group is, "Merry —here are $2 for each ot yon" was a snarling. I Furniture is a Sound Investment in Comfort! Floor Lamps — Table Lamps Innerspring Mattresses —- Box Springs Alvin Hardy Furniture Co. 113 East Main , - I'hone .2302 AD Omr empIvreCi era Ww Vetcnnc. ' Well- Here I Am! Yes, Trcsh as a cl;iisy is Ihe only w.iy our cleaning c;m be properly termed . . . oiiue you've tried it you'll a^rce, liuoiic Cleiininy ia imexcclle;!. Call 3738 BOONE CLEANERS Change In Location A. T.WILSON fur Market (formerly loi'ateil in Gaincs Grocery) Now operating in the . Grcqr Grocery Store .'.,': .^^..Ev-J^UiLSi, ..'... rhone ^581 Your patrOtiiiEc 15 ttii|>rccIulf:J . . . . Our policy Is lo give you the test in scTVlTO'and satisfiiclion. CALL ON US- fox Truck Service and Parts Truck service? You bet we can takt care of you. That's right down our allay. Parts? We have a big stock of genuine International Parts. Stop in and we'll take cue of you. CALL ON DELTA For Your International Truck Repairs! Delta Implements,- Inc. 312 So. 2nd St. Phon.8o3 CANTO" Sto INTtMC? Finest Quality Pork & Beef Cuts \ FRESH VEGETABLES i FRESH FRUIT ; will hu • found at ; PICKARD'S Phone 2043 ; HIM ChickHsawba Everything You Need! When you'i-i! in <l»nl)l its In \vlicre you sliduld look tor sonielhin;; for Uic home , or cur, Iry.i^ir wull-stock'.'il sloru . j , you'll find ninny limits yon waul ri^til ;i( your fiiigtH- li|i.s. Doii'l waslt- time juxl ".sho|»|>itu>," tlsts where! • ' Blan Heath Auto & Home Supply Phone 4111 W«-s» .Main Si. FARM DITCHES DITCH BANK LEVELING PRIVATE ROADS OR ANY EXCAVATION S.J.COHEN Contractor LYNCH BLD6. BLYTHEVILLE ARK Phone, 36'4-d a>ul2B25 CONCRETE BUILDING BLOCKS Also CULVERTS »» Your Flower* Ar*—You Ar«I Hn* call M i iic will «rrunn« to h»v* »uui remembrance sent, not just once, but monty utter month. Ask about this pUn FLOWER SHOl* UMtrm *«y CHAMBLIN S A L C S C O. STUDEBAKER Sol«t — S«rvtc9 11 ^ ~ - i. We Rny and S»H «Of)P USED CA»> NEED TIRES FOR YOUR CAR? We have just received Tlret 475-19 550-18 550-17 550-16 600-16 650-16 700-15 MUD CHAINS u lai ni''shlpinL'ii| of tlr<M Trilirk Tlr»' 600-16 6 ply 700-15 6 ply 750-16 650-20 700-20 700-20 750-20 900-20 RUI Railroad & Adi St. Phoo* 219ft . Wo suggest a Complete Brake Inspection — RIGHT NOW! LOY EICH Chevrolet Co. Be Sure! INSURE With The FIRST NATIONAL INSURANCE AGENCY 108 North »Seconrl DIAL 2311 For Comp/tfe Protection CHAS. BITTNER 8 ply 8 ply 8 ply 10 ply 10 ply 10 ply REBUILT. BATTERIES. Your One Stop Station MARK'S AUTO SERVICE Second and Ash Sin. FELIX A CARNEY City Radio Repair Radio* and Appfiancvi 320 E. Main St. Phon. 2407 ( THf fAMOUS Osceold Fiie ••& Culvert Co. un* 691 OSCiOLA. ARK WANTED Used Cars and truck* WE BUY—SELL—OR tRADt The Top Dollar Paid in ' G-A-S-H NO OKI,AY ..... NO RED.TAPK W« Now Ho»e A F«W Nj c « One* </ • For SaU or Trad*' BUD WILSON AUTO Levels and Lines Surveying DRAG LINE FARM DITCHES Wm. R. Overton -- county surveyor Serving This Area 40 Years Phone Evenings — Boat House, 1 U\ K Lake or Write % Box 81, Koseland, Ark. QUIBBLE, THE Careful, Qiiihhlc! ~'•""•«-' 'nc \ vni MK.VUfcfcBLt • Ht AGREE COUNTESS HEEDS \ TO GEEVA WE DWORCE W'EK HE i c^n ^^,,,« \ T , |NK j HWE KQ FORTUNE IEF . N/1M UC UCfto T Qllu llnttf- UEGAL M)VICE. SHE'S HAD BAD NEWS CONCERNING THE RASCAL S« is DIVORCING I NOW HE HE/kR I BUY EEN PALWE1TO BEACH' No Waiting! No Delay! In Arkansas - Missouri- Tennessee - Mississippi 4% LOANS On Good BinitMn and Residtntial Property to Towns of Ov«r 2500 MONtY PAID ON DAY OF APPLICATION IF TITLt IS SATISFACTORY Call or Writ* FLORIDA REAL ESTATE LOAN COMPANY ANDREW J. FLORIDA. yi»-Pr«tld«nl JTHON1 M Ml«telppl Comty B<rak Mldtog Osccolo, Arkansas < * > BY RED RYDER SHE'D GWIED Y »UT THtSS HOUSE I CANWOT I KNOW HE WEEJ. 1 , OH. — 1 ~ " -*<*fi-*' . vwi ,jit.r-^ nk/u=>c * ^.nnNUl SOME MONEY HIDE, WHEN Hf ARRIVE THERE 8V CONCEALING IN TWO DAYS! OH, WHY MUS'IISLPMESAVEMY 6 OH GOSCflWER, IT FROW TWS I DEEr> I 6UV EET TEEL FORTUNE HUNT- /— / AFTER DIVORCE » IHS WRETCH, / ( -l_ __—-, /"" TH£ PROPERTV OR CONTtST X' ' V WURSUIt ? CAN. 15TS SKi IFlTWftSOUT OF YOUR l*flM£ [WELL IF Int-mr = HEREABOOr. MAYOE FAMCW';. SEEM IT-HE CEUVER5 SUPniESTOAllTHe > HAtJCHES AND ^- .— HOME5TCM56.- ' The Slct'iiy Donkey ALLEY OOP No More Koolin' BY V. T. HAMLIN ,.t^*.

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