The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 17, 1951 · Page 2
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PAGE TWO Nevada Atom Tests May Affect Battle, Bombing Strategy By ELTON C. FAT WASHINGTON (AP) —.Military KientlsU expect the recent experimental underground atomic explosion In Nevada to have far-reaching effect on both battlefield tac ties and strategic bombing. The research Information obtained Jn the test explosion on Nov. 29 »t "the Frenchman Flats proving ground.presumably will be used for development of a dual purpose nuclear weapon for use In blasting out iubl*rran«xn strongholds on a war front or destroying underground factories or military headquarters In an enemy homeland. Tw« Method! Obvious The armed forces already have let it be known there are at least two methods for delivering such an earthquake - producing wenpon: through use of an atomic warhead either, on a conventional deep'pen- etration bomb dropped from high altitude by a plane or a guided missile, fired In high trajectory to produce deep penetration of the earth as It drops groundwnrd almost vertically. TNT Gave an Idea From preliminary tests conducted at a Utah proving ground In which standard TNT explosives were used in large quantity, the military already had some Idea of results to expect from the Nevada atomic test, Thus the weaponeers had reasons to believe, even be/ore they detonated the atomic charge in Nevada, that several militarily useful features would he produced. Crater Is Subject Among them was the area of primary blast destruction, the crater caused by the explosion; crncxs In the earth which, radiating out from the crater, would damage or destroy underground or surface structures not nctualfy at the point of Impact; shock transmitted through the earth to destroy or damage structures, equipment within structures, or both, How "Mot" Is If? But another fatcor could not be determined with certainty until an actual atomic explosion was tester! How much residua! radlo-nctlvity wnuld be produced by setting off a nuclear fission detonation underground and ho\v long would this poison persist In the debris of the crater This could be an advantage In the bombing of nn underground factory, denying the area or its equipment to enemy use for some time. But It could be a dlsadvnntaRe in n battlefield, where friendly forces might want to move Into the area quickly. Doctors to Examine Agent Lang In Bennett Triangle Shooting BEVERLY HTLLS, Calif. (JF) — Three physicians will examine nc- torV agent Jennings Lang, probably today, to lesrn how scon he can discuss the Walter Wanger tri- Anglft shooting.. \ District Attorney S. Ernest Roll wld he will name one ot the doctors. The others will be Lang's physicians, Dr. Robert Riemer and Dr. Joseph Pollock. f Conference Held Thli was decided yesterday after * lengthy conference among Roll; Grant Cooper, 'attorney for Joan Bennett; and J. W. Ehrllch, attorney for Lang. At the same time, Ehrllch as- •ured Roll that "Lang has expressed' to me Hia desire to cooperate tully with the authorities. 1 Wanjer Free on Bond Wanger, husband of Miss Bennett it free under 15,000 bond after admitting to Police Chief Clinton Anderson that he shot Lang list ';bec»uM he tried to break up my home." Lang wns painfully but not critically wounded in the groin by bullets fired from a 'pistol at close range, Reports Studied Meantime, Roll and Chief Anderson studied private detectives reports which Anderson said were found In Wanger's cnr. Presumably the 57-year-old movie producer hired the detectives to report or. activities of his 41-year-old actress wife and Lang, 41, her agent for 12 years and Wast Coast executive of the Music Corporation of America. Lang and Miss Bennett have denied any romance. fcrsy Does It WINNIPEG, Man. (IP,— An old 100-foot chimney here will be de- mollsUed brick by brick. Building wreckers said this method was de- cWed on because knocking the chimney down In once piece would endanger neorby buildings. BLTTHEVTLL.B (ABK.) COURIER NEWS DiSalleConfident We'HHold Prices OPS H,ad Stotei 'Sucett* to 8« fntty Good in '52' WASHINGTON W) - Director Michael V. DISall* of th« Office of Pric« Stabilization OPS says he is confident "we'll do a pretty good Job Jn holding price* down next year. He declined to predict the annual percentage of any Increase, recalling that « year ago he had guessed there would be a 5 per cent rise but the cost of living actually went up only 3 per cent. Appearing. on a CBS television irogram, DlSalie said control of food prices Is the most difficult mase of the program but that anticipated record production should make the (ask a little easier. Thief Gets Only Remains Of Coffee PAWTUCKET, n. I. WV-A masked man armed with a shotgun early today held up the Hotel A rapid and all he got was the nlgnt clerk's unfinished corlM 1 Charles McNally, about 60. told police he was alone in the lobby when the man came In carrying the gun and wearing a yellow knitted mask that "looked like somebody's underwear." He said he reached under the desk to grab * steel bar he keeps there and accidentally knocked his lunch box to the floor. Apparently the thief thought It was the cash box. He grabbed It and fled, McNally said the box contained a botl.'c pnrtiallv-Plled wllh coffee. He had eaten the sandwiches earlier. Read Courier Newa Classified Ads. Better Cough Relief When new drugj or old fail to stop your cough or chest cold don't delay. Creomulsion contains only safe, helpful, proven ingredients ,nd no narcotics to dislurb nature's process. It |pe« right to the x*l of the trouble to aid nature soothe and heal r»w, lender, inflamed bronchial membranes. 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' 'People tell me things," she once said, "that you would think they .routdn't even tell to God." Misfortune Torn Career Behind the cheerful exterior was a career torn by misfortune. She married at 18. Her husband, George O. Gilmer, was incurably stricken two years after their marriage and for 34 years, until his death, she nursed him and carried on her writing. There were no children. Gome Value Shoots Up In Utah Hunting Area SALT LAKE CITY (/P) — With meat prices high the value of meat from deer and elk. shot in Utah in 1851 was estimated at more than tl.500.COO. Chairman Golden G. Sanderson of the state Pish and Game Commission estimated the deer kill at 70,000 head with a dresied meat value of »1,400.000 on a basts of 25 cent.? a pound. He figured 1,600 elk were killed. At 30 cents a pound these were worth 1144,000. Mount Everest In the Himalaya« is 29,141 feet high. Official Arrives by Brass Pole OTTAWA wv_viscount' Alex- among them—v). th» hri«. nn MONDAY, DECEMBER IT, 1MK OTTAWA . , . ancter, Canada's Governor-General, has fulfilled a long-standing ambition—lo slide down » (tre station's brass pole. It happened over the week end at a fire station w»ere he opened an exhibition of Christmas toys made by Ottawa firemen. As he was leaving the station Viscount Alexander spotted the brass pole on the second floor, used by firemen to reach the main floor In a hurry. "I have always wanted to go down' one of those things," he I confided to Fire Chief Gray Burnett. I The chief invited him to go I ahead. 1 To the astonishment of spectators on the main floor the Governor-General suddenly arrived :ount Alex- among them—vi» the briw pole. Th» i«afy wuta* ef tables can b« eonrerted Into hi«k Quality ittd for ftrra anlmil* by a drying pro TSHfty S*r~"Buy rfw 100 Jo 1 ^ FOR 49* ! 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