The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 3, 1952 · Page 6
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

Blytheville, Arkansas
Issue Date:
Wednesday, September 3, 1952
Page 6
Start Free Trial

PAGE STX < AKK.I COUNTER NEWS WEDNESDAY, SEPT- 8, ,1991 Engineer Doubts Soviets Have Single Atom Bomb Due to Own Suspicions Bv ALTON' I- HI.AKi:SIJ:i; iman.s whom they look over." Associated rrcss SHciu-c Kill (or] "The Russians have brilliant CHICAGO W—"1 (ion'l believe physicists and m:Uhcmatic'i;iiis, purely In theory. In jet ropiilsloti, Ihcy arc probably !ic?a<J of us in theory. Hut theory lone doesn't produce nil A-bomb, • ati nrmy, or morale. "We've \>c<?n bluffed find Tooled Ho thinking the Russians have more than they have." Identified. The 440-foot, 5,300-lnn Hope villa arrived In Norfolk yesterday with Jby Mr*. Jack Wilson, second high . Itr-s. Mrs. Colbert is in Ferrlday and n cargo of inangnnofcu t and mahogany lofis. A Jitehl wjitfhninn ut the dock discovered (lie Ihe, whose orjyin was not deltiniineil Kussiii Ims ono single atom bomb," C;n lion S. Proctor, prominent New York engineer who has worked in Russia, declared loilay. "I think every one of the atomic explosions in Russia \vns jii-st a | premature explosion, in an effort j to produce a bomb." Proctor is president of the American Society o! Civil Engineers, [ one of (M enpineoi inff sot-ietie.s cole*: braling K Centcnniiil o! Engineer- i ing opening here today. j He Rtivc his vie-,vs on Russia I during an Interview telling of U, R | NORTOJLK, Va. HTt — Fire sw<- engineers' vast nccomplishnu'ius in j nn-omji, (he Norweymn frelulii the Icist 100 years. | Hopcvillc early today and the Const • Guard said two men were killed r Fire Is Fatal to Two OSCEOLA HEWS CoMlillLK'll flHNl I'URC 5 church are being entcrl»lnrd by the v/omen of the chun/l) In (heir annual youth k'llo'Aship. Thti Kev. Chalmers Henderson, pnstor, is in charge of the entertainment and Mr.s. Ed Simmons Is chairman of Ihe refreshment tormnJUee. Mrs. Driver Jlnstess Mrs. ftppncfi' Driver was horAoss to lier jour-table pitch club with an [uiditionnl table of quests, Wc-dncs- dtiy aflmnn>n. l.iliput /innut.s in .sluidoo of [jink orsd rnauve were [jlaeeti at intervals In (ho living f(Kini, CuiUci'LnK the; dining table e. Mr.s, 1 in the went to Mrs. Bruce Ivy. A salad pliitc wiUi iced drinks was .served at the conclusion of the party, Airs. Tcjiford Entertains Mrs. Teaford entertained her Wednesday bridge club with Mrs. Clyde Whistle, Mrs. AuU-n Chit wood nnd Mrs, Charles WlyguJ playing with (he club. Garden bou Mrs- Shlppen Is in Lake Providence. Mr. and Mrs. Scarcy Means were among those who attended the Ciatcu family reunion In Jonesboro Monday. TiiHe Giaxcoe arrived in St. LXJUJ.S Sunday frojn a two weeks' vacation in girls' camp in Anakijig. Wis. She spent .several days in St. I/iuis where qiwts wwe plawd around the Hvln« i shc W as met by her parents. Mr. room. Mr.s. Whistie won high score anc i Mrs. Jcssee Gla.seoe who returned her home. Mrs. Ted Wood, Mrs. Nelle and Mrs. Mavis SeUlcmire won .second. A dessert course was served. (,'artasU Club Meets Mrs. Charlie Ix>wrance was hostess j Geraldine Llstori returned home Tliursday (« the Town and Country j Thursday night from a week's vaca * ......... ,- . ...... Eureka springs. Canasta Club. A chicken dinner at the "50 Club" was followed by can- astu. Guests were Mrs, Jack Ux- zetle and Mrs. Chnrlie Colemnn. j Winners were Mrs. Coleman, Mrs. !Tal Tongaie, !>r\{l Mrs- David l.a- Miss Julia Mac Morrison and Miss lion were gl<) 111:1^11011:1 Oeorf-c Ufiylc won hii;h : (The- White nnu so hrus nnnouncodi (liree atomic explosions in Russia, i referring to Uic second one »s "tin- :uid four burned. The lire raged for two hours be- other atomic bomb," without nni- • [oic u was extinguished by fire phfyinK furtlit-r. Oilu-r sources ; j i({lU i ng equipment from N'orfnlk, have e-stiniiUc-d RUSSIH hns a stock-1 U]0 Corisl cAmrd nnd Hie Nuvy. pile of 100 or many more A-bomb.s by iioxv,) Proctor declares it I tikes learn- \vork and co-operation (o make an A-bomb work, nnd (hat RusHifin.s don't trust each other. Such co-operation, he said, "is essentially impossible in Russia or any other totalitarian state. There Is no possibility of one man trusting another nnd Intecratinfi bis efforts with nny other mini." "There is no rcwm'd lor co-operation. The only reward is for ex- posmg someone, even In your own family. Any combination of effort coine.s under suspicion as n combination against the dictatorship." In 1930, L'roctor wovkcd on build- Ing Russia's second largest dam, nt Svhstroy east of Leningrad. In World War II he wn-s an Army engineer, a colonel, building the Persian corridor road from the Indian ocean lo' funnel supplies to Russia. "The Russians have no confidence in their own engineers," he ciiici, "and I have never met a Russian engineer who was a Communist who v,'ns nuy good." Soviet jet planes are good, "but the Russians got the practical end of how to build them from Ger- hif-;h wns awarded Mrs. ij. I'. Ward, Ixjw .-.-jorc v.^nt to Mrs, J. A. Pij<M- At the conclusion of the games, Mrs, Driver .served mint par- i fnit and anise! foud cake. i Uritl^r Cluli .Mot-Is ; Mrs. W:i!ie Quinn was ho.sK.'^ to jlifr bi-monthly brirl^c uhib Wed- I nnsday aftcj j:oon. Mr.s. G. L. WatJ- nnd Mr.s- J:n-k Pminn played ney. French pastries with iced the Mrs. Eva Tarver .spent the week end in Birmingham, Ala., as guest of her son, Harold Bryant and family. lien Butter, Jr., who was opcr- hotne and his condition Is satisfactory. Mr. and Mrs. Hen Nickol spent last week in Chicago. Mrs. J. W. Whitworth returned home yesterday after a. two weeks' visit with relatives and friends In Jackson, Miss. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Cromer are expected home during the week from a two-week, visit In Union Town, Ala. Mr. and Mrs, Sam Curtis, who have been residents at Osceola for several years, arc leaving to make their home in Denver, Col. Mr. Curtis has been employed al Crane Lumber Co. for the past several years. Mi 1 , and Mrs. Dwighl Blackivood left Sunday for Battle Creek, Mich., where Mr. Blackwpod will enter I5avt!e Creek Sanitorium lor eral heart attacks recently. Mrs. BJacku'ood will remain with him. Mrs. Thad FeJtus and daughter, Suzanne, of Bay Town Tex., spent the week end with Mrs. Feltus' mother Mis. J. H. Loveu'cll and her mister, Mrs. Dick Bagby. Snow Wilson, Ji 1 ., left Sunday for Texas A. and M. at College Hill, Tex. He stopped over In Little Rock" to see his father, who has been In a critical condition following a heart attack while he was vacationing in Canada In July, Mrs. George Edrington is visiting her daughter in Memphis thia week. drinks were pa.ssed later in afternoon. Personals Mr.s. Maude Hudson returned to Oscwola over the week end lo resume her teaching' at Victoria j School. Mrs. Hudson, who has been j enrolled at Memphis State for the | summer session, was awarded a ' bachelor's degree. j Mis. Tinslcy Driver .spent the ! week end in Memphis as ffuest of i her son, J. T. Driver, who is .sla- i tlonecl at the Millington Naval An ! Station. j Mr.s. K S- ShLppcn and MLS. Ujna ; Colbert are in Louisiana this week atetl on Thursday in Memphis is' month. Mr. Blackwood has had scv- The dead were not immediately ! with the dub. Hi,ih .score was won vi.siling their .sons and their famt- RAYMOND ZACHRY INSURANCE annouuccs new location 111 NORTH 1st Ground Floor CORRECTION Our prices listed Thursday, August 28th, in our ad should have rend fib follows: SUIT OR COAT $1 flfi (Cash & Carry) I.W W SUIT OR COAT (Pickup & Delivery) Boone Cleaners C & W Cleaners Frenchman Sheds Title To Be Citizen PHILADELPHIA 'ft — A young Frenchman who traded his roynl eoal of arms for n combat inf:m trymnn's badge f o r n^ n 1 1 y re nounced his title in U. S. District Court yesterday to become (in American citizen. The former Count Patrick Mime Hubert dc Sercey, 21, fresh from combat hi Korea, enn trace hLs family back to Willitmi the Conqueror. De Sercey, now a cor porn] in the U. S. Army, came to America six years ngo nnd entered the Army last year. The corporal's mother, (lie former Countess Ellen de Sercey, be cume a citizen last February nnc now lives in Kennett Srp'are, Pa. WARNING OKI1KH ID the Clirmcer.v Cmirt. Chicka- Kitwba District, Mississippi County Arkansas. Amelia Anthony, FIT. vs. No. 12,152 H. L. Anthony. Dfl. The defendant, H. L. Anthony, i hereby \varncd lo appear ivitVii thirty days in the court named li the caption hereof anrt answer th> complaint of the plaint iff, Anielii Anthony. Dated this 23 day of August. 195'- Harvev Morris, Clerk By Lavcrne Ball. D,C. Cl;ii.;dc P. Cooper, utty. (or pit. Ed U. Cook. auy. a.ti hlfrn. tl 27-0 3-10-1 A GRUDGE 1<2>TOO HEAVY A LOAD FOH. ON6. MyAM TO CARRY You'll find it cases your load when you iful in t h c habit of I'ominn; liove for yoiiv noods. You're s H re to find just what you want. You ALWAYS scve MORE at GRABER 1 S... pay CASH... pay LESS! SflTISFflCTION GUAaANTKKD OR YOUR HONEY Topcoat Now!' Special Purchase 8! MEN'S FALL -USE LAY-AWAY! Lustrous, Sturdy Whiptwist TOPCOATS « Famous Burlington Mi 15^/2 oz. Gabardine! « $25.00 r«fiics.' » Leather liultons! • Bataitccil-Set Collar! • Si'ses 34 to 44! • Colors: Tan or Teal Blue! • Spot and n'rinfilc-Rcsiitant! Handsome Herringbone Weave GABARDINE SUITS ALTERATIONS FREE • famous Burlington MUlt 14:^/2- oz. Gabardine! • $29.98 Values! • Regular Models Only! • Size* 35 to 44! • Spot and WrinUc-Resislanl! • Skipper Blue, Light Brown, and Teal Blue! LLARS! t\ A'eic I'{ibri*:s! /N'ctu LADIES' COSTS Now, right nt the beginning of the season, Grabcr's brings now, 1952 coots at big-savings prices! New fabrics such as: Poodle Cloth, Chatham Pinchecks, Diamond Weaves, Shadow Plaids, Sillty Gabardines and a host ol others. There are Boxy Styles, Velvnt Trims, Detachable Scarfs, Fur Trims, and many others. All the new vibrant and subdued colors are in* 'eluded. Sizes 7 to 20, 38 to 44, and 46 to 52. Yes, plenty of zip-out lining ityW. Wcather Soon — Buy COATS In gfrl's coats too . . . fabrics are the big news. Donegal Tweeds, Smoothies, Diamond Checks, and many others at Grabor'*. Detachable Hoods, Boxy Styles, Quilte4 Linings . . . newest fall colors. Sizes—Girl's 7 to 4. Tvi.i'i 10 to li,

Get access to

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 11,800+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free