The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 20, 1952 · Page 10
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 10

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, March 20, 1952
Page 10
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1MGE TEN BLYTITEVn.LE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS North Carolina College Builds World's First Private Atom Furnace front of each. The cover is part of the floor and rl.Hfs, like an elevator, to the (pi<-[ of the port as worth 'nearly a''pmmd"or'diiiiiioiui5| ' lown mto tlle Ircwli. The cover will be poured Into a stainless steel j' 5 E f so thilt ^ cannot stand di! rrcll >' '" fl ' onl °' "'« l«"'l. Th(> "eutron "ys from ports By UOWAltl) W. lll.AKKSI.KK AP Srieiicc Kdilor RALEIGH, N. C, <fi— Four sjal- of a champagne-like fluid can here in a lev months. The fluid will be water with the a-bomb-type uranium 235. ! """' ! llke bullets. Opposite pacll p °'. [ - 20 , ' icl " W »V |[1 tllc corridor vra ."' »''" he "» op"iii>jj for atomic >™ ss out Into l) "" cl ' i lo "'V ' . 1 ' 1C alo "''c taiMCf starts as <>as ' ly ns " M;r "' ) *""">» lining her '" ( " )In il )KlM Iit>mo| c control Ttie can will he (he world's tirst private atotii-s;:]ittlnf: furnace, H h built and owned by North Carolina State College. Vou iniKht mistake this can for a .scrubwoman's watrr pall with ;m>l) ll.ilHllcs Ilirusllii? upward i '"?P '""" il )KlM Iit>mo| e control Tins illusion Is due to 14 pipes!* 1 ' hft two '° 1 ^ "I 1 ollt °< U« emerging from the can Ri B ht cnr-i'"'' in . thc t "" Th:>t is !l11 - ry water for coolltin tlic fnrnare. *' " l ?' u 11|C "»'"ete shrine You covild luck this fiirnncc mi- "" ? wl " bc lockcti llhc » tanl < drr your arm nml walk oiit. Hut va ''JI'- ll would kill you with Hie rays l " f u K Atomic Knerey Com- emerging from Ibe atomic fuel, niission will make a Tree loan of Knrrgv Is l.irife lhc '" el Thc four K'Mans. will last Ttie apparatus \viil fitomic energy as Incredibly the container is little. It will pvo- dtice transinutfltion rays (stieams of ueiitrons> wit)! a density about cijual to those marie in the 24-foot cube of graphite unveiled lo the press at Oak Ririt'.c, Tenn.. in mid- Febrtmry, That was the nation's first big atomic fnrnace. The can will sit tnsklc an octagonal concrete structure rcsemhlhr^ a wayside shrine. This little atomic temple is not. nwt'h taller than n man 110 feet) ami 17 feet broad. r.lllle Shrine Unlit Around it State College Is erecting a great laboraloj-y. costing, with Ihe reactor, alx>ul half a million dollars. The little shrine sits on a concrete platform in the basement. Around It Is a 20-foot vide corridor for working at the reactor faces. Outside this wall Is n large observation room lor students and (lie public. They will look through a huge goldfish bowl, a wntorlanlt enclosed in glass. They will see port holes around the concrete shrine, each for placing materials In a beam of transmutation rays. All ports are knee hish. If a worker accidentally walks tn, front of a port the rays nill hll him flround the knees where Ihe harmful effects are small. Covered Trench Used To avoid kneeling (a work at n port, there is n covered trench In I merit said. , I probably It) years, posjibly much proa u c-C| | on|J( , r There are no other government strings Thc reactor was designed bv Dr. Clltlord K. Beck, heat] of the department of physics, and his associates- He formerly was one '.A Ihe scientists in Atomic Energy Commission work. The Burlington Mills Foundation. ;t textile corporation, TmmSDAY, MARCH 20, r.OOKINc; I'ICT.S-Nineteen-year-old I'aula HaMcll poses her louijli-laokliig pets, a pair of alligators a|jtly named A!ll <lc!tj aiul Gator in Chicago. The. 'gators v.crc only eight inches louir when she gr,t them 1-j years ago. Now they're tough playmates, wciching about 50 pounds apiece. They're more thai) four feet long. Paula keeps the pets In a heavy tin vat In the basement of her home during told weather. During the summer the 'Bators are often kep>. in a large concrete vat In the back yard. (,\|' wircjihoto) Is furnishing some of the construe-j Moil Gd'S 'DlJC' Postcard from Son lion money. The reactor is pail of a new education course, the first of Its kind. Among the 114 students are rj officers of thr U. S. Air Force. They will learn rnuny tilings tliey have to know when they fly atomic planes. This reactor seeks new knowledge in training of collece .students Ln Ijccotne the engineers of a peacetime atomic age. Hen Coming to Rescue Of Family's Budget WASHINGTON <AI>> — The lien Is cominpr to the rescue of Hie family with the pinched budget. Tlic Agriculture Department said today the hen is laying enough eggs now to provide two large ones daily for each person—at a cost from 8 to 10 cents for (he individual meal. As a .substitute for higher-priced meals, eggs provide proteins essential to good diets, the depart- n NOW-PASTE AT NO EXTRA CHARGE 3 DAYS ONLY. Choose any pcp. r in llo<k _ cry prk . range-end ge l oil of H,. wollpop« r p oll . ycw need w,th . O ch P u,choi6 ycxj maV«. A,k for Ward, helpld folder on popw-hanginfl-if, fr.«l S«d«o- rol» x°»ronlire home „<,*,. wi ,f, Worrf, heautifv.1 1952 (odeproof =nd waihabl. ^allpoper _ >o¥e '/, to '/I ol Ward, low wollpop,, p,i ce ,_ >ov « CO1 , of pm| . aurmg thi» Sot, Single Roll., I 5c to 75< BEHER WAUPAPER FOR LESS AT WARDS, ALWAYS INDIANAPOLIS Wi—More Hum year afco NoimitM Junkc rjuit hw job in Iiulmn:i;jolis and moved to Florida. On (n.s way south he mailed A penny poslcaril to his fatlui E. H. Janke. The carfl arrived jusl the otiie) day. It wasn't the first time <lic I'ostoflii'e had delivered a crmi more than a year late, but the Postorfice clmreed the P!C|IT Jankc- 1 cent posture due on tills one. The lo.'jtcnrcl rule i\ent up to 2 cents a few months ago. Truck Traffic Thinned To Trickle in Protest PI'l-rSBUiion I-T. — The stream 'I li'uck Iraflic lino PennsyhMiiia <Iny to set a trial dale. He told newsmen Hie couple "smouslv attempted to [latch thliif-s uji" in New York ictcjitly but the aucmpt failed. from New York and Ohio thinned out to a trickle early today in an apparent sympathy movement with ;i protect by independent truck owners asaiiust Pennsylvania's 45- CCO-pouiid gross weight limit. Police estimated that more than 200 lai|;e inteisiate. true/ts had voluntarily lialtcd iii Ohio and New York slnie near the Pcimxylvimia border in observance of a m ! <inl'-'ht blockaite .^et down by some 300 in- rfependetlt lru<;ker.s. Tone Revives Divorce Suit Against Barbara LOS ANOELK5 W) — Frandiol rone has revived bis divorct aiill inst Barbara Paytou and nskccl for n default Judgment. The actor's nttorncy, Stanley aicis, asked Superior Court yester- CERTIFIED COTTONSEED FOR SALE Mississippi Cerlifiecl l),hi e 15 ColloiiMeil @ SXCO.OO per .Mississippi Certified Cokcr 100 Wilt Cottonseed @ S18500 per tun. This cotton Is excellent for blight land as it resists wilt. These seed are cleaned, dcllntcd. treated and sacked 100 immicls tu thc baR. and arc priced F.O.H, Hlyllicvillc Arkansas. Telephone 17-.I, llckoni, Mississippi. J. D. LUNDY 402 W. Main ' Phone 2442 CATALOG SALES DEPARTMENT Right for Easter and Spring See the New Fashions in Our Catalog Rlghl in step wilh Ihe (oshion porade—all Ihe lalesl styles m Wards Spring and Summer Catalog. You'll find eveiything you need r from smart suits to dress-up acces- tories. There's a wonderful assortment of patterns, fabrics and colon, in sizes for every member of your family. So shop Wards flnl for all your Spring needs. th» added selections in our Catalog mak« Wards itore "lh« biggest store, in town." Here's how to get o library CalalogT limply visit the Catolog Department in our store or mail coupon at right. We'll send you, without obligation, o library copy of our big Catalog lor two weeks or longer if needed. You moy borrow it as often as you like. MONTGOMERY WARD Catalog Soles Deparlmenl Please send me a library Copy of Wards New Sprtng and Summer Calalog. L Name.,, Addreii. City..., .Pho Pee-Gee PAINTS We re closing ou, our entire line of Pee-Gee paints . . . every can must go! If you're planning to do painting this Spring, here's your opportunity to really SAVE! We're closing out our wallpaper stock, too! Never again will you have the opportunity of - IVjKiM* " ch '° W pr ' Ces ' ' ' wholesa '« P"«s, in fact! Come in PORCH & FLOOR ENAMELS 1.20 G.I. 3.97 SEMI-GLOSS WALL PAINT «* 1.35 Gai. 382 PEE-GEE ENAMELS .75 Qf 1.35 FLAT WALL PAINTS .89 Gai. 3.00 VARNISH STAINS Pints .49 HOUSE PAINT Q». 1 .26 Red Born Paint -~~~. «•• .95 OUTSIDE WHITE 4.40 Gal. 2.05 Complete Wallpaper Closeout! Two for the Price of One All Sales Final ! PLANTERS HARDWARE 126 W. Main Phone 4515

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