The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 12, 1948 · Page 11
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 11

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, April 12, 1948
Page 11
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MONDAY, APRIL 12,1948 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWg 66FOB& VOO PUJNGfr INTO VOUR. BOSV ROUND OP SIESTAS, MM/X VOICE A APPEAL FOCITW£ 6UCK% X LOADED VCX) TO 8W W CWRlST- PRBSW4T &GAO.I HOW DO >)toO EXPECT A WAU SO MA«V 6IG S OM Mis MIND TOREMEKABER CARS POR THAT PW6R I SUPPED VOU TVMO DAVS MOMEY-A1AO Lfe REMlMD ME SOONER WHY MOTHERS SET GRAV nnocen France to Share 'Secrets' With All Wor/d PARIS <UP)-French atomic scl- rifh f h Share thelr ILscoverlM »itti the entire world, according to members of this country's Atomic Krergy Commission. CommUsion official, said Iht Frwich government refiuts to m»ln- Uln »n y *>rt of .ecrecy, except on matUri learned by French scien- B% » orki "K * ll h Canadians and ?, i »£" atl>n " c e n«<~gy research during the war. Secrecy."does mor« narm than good," a spokesman told the United Press. He .dmitted that to d.t* Frince'i work on application of atomic energy has been "modest." Prance is It'll in the procesj of constructing her first atomic pile *t her Oak Ridge," located at Port du Chatillon, near Paris Plenty at 'Men ' But it U men, materials and money, in that order, which coutit In atomic energy," the spokesman said. France "certainly h as the men" he added. • Chairman of the commission is jpommunlst Frederic Joliot-Curie Mffls wife, Irene, Ij a member. Be- V fore the war' they won a Nobel Prize for their discovery of artificial radio-activity. JcOioUCurie ha4 always followed a "no secrecy" policy, even when secrecy was suggested to him by American officials on the eve of the war. Another commission member Pierre -Tluger, worked In Canada ourmg the war on research for the atomic bomb. With three colleagues, he has just identified a new particle In the cosmic rays which fall upon the earth from outside Its • urface. Joliot-Curie described the discovery as opening up "tremendous possibilities" In the field of nuclear physics. Uranium Sought Because America Is currently buy- tog almost all uranium. Prance Is training young scientists and de- Teloping instruments of detection fo search for that material in her terltorles. Teams of experts will •cour Franc* and h»r remote po»- •eniohi. Prance'* atomic energy research \i purely non-military and "will stay that, way," officials said. Commission headquarters, on one of the city's most beautiful avenue* contrast strangely with the heavily guarded headquarters of the American Atomic Energy Commls- «ton in Washington There are no police, no doors marked secret, and visitors are shown In as they would be in «ny other government office. W One-Family CltjT Th» families in early St. Louis intermarried to such an extent that two-thirds of the Inhabitants were related when the city came under American control in 1804 according fe, th» Encyclopedia' Bntannlci. By Renee Shann COPYRIGHT BY RENEE SHANN; DISTRIBUTED BY NEA SERVICE, INC I 4rXa»aklMx •rho*!. tl F braflKki krr op nntf with . j| e , thrre. ** «H F wo.'. IM ,„« Jw(- C*1ttME hone. *M -h* »«e*pt*. «« «*k« her ca Mcri him «T mr*r- r.ll.wtnpr Satur- ovlr*. SB*- te)U ald nrvrr allnv* worrying me it that there isn't another one she can catch till that very late one that reaches Oakley «1 11 o'clock." "1 cnu*t say I don'i like her b«- Ing out to lai«. ID fact I'm really very angry about it" *»T f«r tea a blm hrr KnaiB U. K»ir inierr *««r QcJra 'm« 9i*rtr»r4 !••! very n*t«rd»T fiKr • Ubr.ry bnnb:. i» SBl her «1 the .IB Han. They wnrirrfat tl H r. Pailrncr ttal» !• rci*ra Pnnl tcllB Patleve* h,« (a ir IOT* wtt» her. Sh* Bjnr« honKF vrUh hrr hrnd in lh* «!••«•. tfclprwfBe4 1a rry nn4 •••«( htai Ihr fo})»wl»K Satardar. TT was another Saturday evening • month later Miss Helen and Miss Alice sat on either side o£ the fireplace and Uiu Alice's eyes went constantly to the clock. The handi pointed to halt-pan seven. She wondered u her sister tad noticed it She rather hoped she hadn't But at eight o'clock she decided «be'd better draw attention to it "It's getting kate, isn't tt Helen?" Miss Helen put down, her booh. "To tell ynu the" truth, Alice, I've DO idea what the time u. This book to so enthralling." "It's just struck eight" "Eight: But Patience isn't inl" "I know." Miss Alice looked at hsr sister anxiously. "1 suppose she must have missed the train." Miss Helen said shortly that this was obviously what had happened. And then that it was really very naughty of her. "I suppose we can aU ot u* miss quires a greater number of electric motors than any other manufacturing Industry—about 14 per cent of the motors used by all manufacturing industries. AFTEP supper. Miss Alice suggested • litUe game of cribbage to Miss Helen. They wene *U1] playing when Patience, (earful at to her reception, crept quietly into the house getting on to midnight Sbe saw the light beneath the sitting-room door and knew they were waiting up for her. She put her hand lo her hair and gave H a nervous little pat. She wondered anxiously what they'd say to her. And what she'd say to them. M wat all go- Ing to be so terribly difficult Never before had she lied to them. And yet—how could she tell them the truthT She opened the door. She saw their two dear faces, Aunt Alice's full ot relief. Aunt Helen's stern and angry. "What U the meaning ot your coming home so late?" "I'm very sorry, Aunt Helen. I missed the train." "It was extremely remlai of you." "1 'just couldnt hek> H." "Why not?" "I—I—well, I was la* getting to the station." "And why were you late getting to the station?" Patience gulped. "1 ran into Jane Thomson. We got talking. You know Jane. At least you've not met her, but I've told you about her often. She and 1 meet sometimes going.up to London In the train. She's got a job up there. And she lives at Stortford." She paused for breath, wondering how • th* story bad sounded, easing her conscience just little by Ulllnr herself'that to a way It waj true, Jane nad been at the dance Had looked at her. Patience, with wide eya* and »ald: Heavens nbovel How did you nanage to get here? 1 thought those two old aunts you've told about kept you under lock and key." . • • • "V° u »ust have had a very cold, dark ride home from the station." laid Aunt Alice sympathetically. Patience felt her etieeks coloring. U hadn't been cold or dark. She'd been In PauTi car. 'They'd collected her bicycle from the station and tied tt oo the back and he'd driven her to within a short distance- of the house. They'd timed H ao that «h* could have returned oo the II -'clock train. She'd been terrified someone would see ner. But the ]oy ot being with him had overwhelmed her (ear of the consequences. To have him holding her closely as they danced—and when they'd said good night ... A little shiver ran through her. She could feel again his kisses. Hear again the wonderful things he'd said to her. "If Patience had a cold, dark ride home," said her Aunt Helen severely, "tt was entirely her own fault." She turned to ber niece nnd her eyes were cold and hard: "I must tell you, Patience, that I am really very angry." She rose to her feet "And now it's time we all went to bed." Patience kissed them good night on the landing. Her Aunt Helen gave her her cheek which somehow still registered intense disapproval. But her Aunt Alice followed her into her bedroom and said softly: "You mustn't mind your Aunt Helen, dear, she's not really quite as put out a» she sounds. But she really was rather worried." ' » "Auntie dear, there was no need at all for either oi you to worry. Alter all, I am 20, remember." "Your dear mother. Patience, was just 20 when she met your father. 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