The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 19, 1947 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

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JTR1DAT, DECEMBER 19, 1947 I - »—^^^^. Farmers in U.S. Soon May Use Tiny Atoms to Produce Giant Tomatoes and Sugar Beets, Too AUBURN, Ala., Dec. 18. (U.P.> The avwa M farmer can expect to Kiow bigger tomatoes and sugar beets and Increase America. Dr. M. D. Thomat,- agricultural research chemist (or the American + ' salt La ice OHy, Utah, explained to several hundred fellow scientist here Thursday how atomic energy has made Improved crops passible. He was one of several speakers at* .__ Ine world's first conference on ~~ farm research application of radioactive Isotopes. Thomas said researchers are using radioactive sulphur on experiments In vegetable growth. farmers and scientists have known for a long time that tomatoes, sugar beets, grains and many other crops need sulphur for proper development, he said. But the trouble has been (hat different vegetables and grains appear !o need the chemical In different forms and from different sources. Where one type of sulful compound helps tomatoes, another type actually slows up the gro -th. Scientists and farmers have been puzzling over ways to find out just which sulfur compound is good lor which grata or vegetable. Radioactive suuur. produced in an atomic oven, can be traced through the plants to determine whether it is going to make ii..-™ Red-Led French Labor Body Split 1,500,000 Members Of CGT VoU to Break, Form Own Federation By Joseph W. Grlgr (United Press Staff Correspondent) PARIS. Dec. 19. (UP)— Delegates representing 1,500,000 members . ot the newly formed anti-Communist •Workers' Force" voted today to break away from the Communist- controlled French General Confederation or Labor (COT) and form their own independent labor organization. The break, representing one fourth of the CQT's 6,000.000 members. was approved on grounds that Florida Newspaper flam Attempt to Bring City's Guestt a White Christmat ST. PETERSBURG, Pla., Dw IB (UP)—Folks from the North have found only one Iblng wrong with Winter vacationing lu Florida. They miss the white Christmas they »re accustomed to back home. Publishers of lh e st, Petersburg Evening independent hope that matter will be taken care of this Christmas. The pniier has flimouncert It will workers'who object to the political leadership of the CGT. The bicak. expected last ulght was delayed by appeals from Ixwn Jonhaux, sn anti-Communist CtiT leader, who asked that members ol tie "Workers' h\n c e" remain In the confederation and "bore from within." - _BLYTHRVILLK (ARK.) COURIER NEWS 1 C sponsor efforts lo produce » snow storm here Christmas Ev« by sow- lug dry Ice Into clouds over the waterfront, pilot Bob Ijeon will lake 100 pounds o ( dry lc« aloft to see what will happen. He and the paper were encouraged by recent tiuiTlrtne-busUng experiment*. Ttie Evening Independent Is known us the Sunshine Paper, III readers get (ice copies of the paper on sunless days. The tolowiiiK couples obtained marriage licenses yesterday In the office ot Miss Ellrjibelh Blylhe, county clerk; William Crook mid Mlsa Wllnia Rhodes, both of Cooler, Mo. Herman Hughes and Mis* Ainu Jo Colbert, both of Blythevllle. vegetables, fruit "and grains or nubbins" hanging to plants with large leaves and stalks. Through such experiments in the ' ue <* wa s approved on grounds that laboratory, Thomas said, scientists' the Confederation has become sub- are now about ready to lell farmers i scrvlcnt lo Russian foreign rwllcv which kind of sulfur fertilizers to Rn d no longer represents' the real use on specific crops. The result I Interest of French workers will be cheaper fertilizer costs and Tl >e resolution to break avvnv better production. '•-— "" " Dr. Paul c. Aebersold, chief of the Isotopes division of the Atomic Energy Commission at' Oak Rfdge, Tenn., told the scientists Ihiit If atomic research could boost farm —.. ^ u ., 6 . t ., a „„ production only one per cent a year lion calling on alt for ten years ,the entire wartime flant groups" of th .H >™< 52 o 5 by the National Congress of the ' " "Workers' Force." There wej- 14 abstentions and one vole was "re served." .j congress also adopted a moon calling on all "responsible rnlj- --. --.. years ,the entire wartime "ant groups" of the seeedinz work cost of the atomic program would ers to form a "true central ronfnrt be repaid. It took $2,4(K>,000,DOO to' eratlon of all workers" Annfhnr develop the atomic bomb. , Congress was ordered held to form AebersolcJ said that only a small '"" -— • fraction of the fertilizer used today Is beneficial to crops but that "this Inefficiency can be corrected" through research with radioactive chemicals produced at Oak Ridge. With the Courts Circuit Norman Bunch, et al vs. Sanford Boone, et al: suit for »3200 damages allegedly resulting from »n nuto- moblle collision. . Marino's J. Peterson, 'doing busi- " " ' the new confederation Fourth Rebuff for Red, fn^Hh Vate ,'° rSCParatl011 1VaS th * fourth major rebuff suffered by the French Communist Party this vita r T'Vio,-,, : «..,,. , J «.,,i^ Include former Pre-. >t year. mler Paul Hamadler's""eject!tin Communists from his cabinet the Communist defeat In the October municipal election and their defeat In the November strike war Observers declared the .separation was the most decisive showdown In the history of French labor and S° uW . ha ,\f, » major effect on M l '? ll " cs - Organized labor is considered the most powerful single force In the nation. wood Taylor and E. 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