The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 3, 1950 · Page 7
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THURSDAY, AUGUST s, toso BLYTHEVTLLE. (ARK.) COURIER NEW* PAGE SEVEN DuPont Given Job of Building Hydrogen Bomb AEC Hints of Act In Selecting Firm To Produce 'Fuels' WASHINGTON, Aug. 3.-W—The • eminent yesterday apparently e the DuPont Company top responsibility for developing the hydrogen bomb. An Atomic Energy . Commission Announcement provided that hint. AEC said only that the big chemical film has been selected to design, construct and operate new facilities to produce materials for atomic weapons or fuels potentially useful for power purposes. Company officials at Wilmingtor said "the project Ls of vital iir.*ort- ance to the security of the United States." The AEC said the new plants wil be of "advanced design and their operation will provide new know Icti^e that will speed the progress of the atomic energy program," But coin mission officials, as usual shied away from any direct mention nf (he H-Eomb, the new weapon President Truman has ordered for the atomic arsenal. Where the new plants will be located has not yet been decided. DuPont and government experts have been looking for a site, expected to cover 200,000 acres. Almost simultaneously with the AEC-DuPont announcement's. Senator MeMahon (D-Conn> said on Capitol Hill he favors an even greater expansion of the nation's A and El bomb programs thut has been recommended by Mr. Truman, t n urging a stepped ,up program, Marion said "there is no question in my mind but what our atomic stockpile is the chief deterrent to expanded Soviet aggression." Hope to Conduct Contest to Pick Mrs. Arkansas HOPE, Ark,, Aug. 3. (/TV—Something new In Arkansas beauty contests is to be introduced tills month —the state's most beautiful married woman. The winner of the Arkansas contest—to be held here Aug. 29—will compete In the National Mrs. America Contest »t Asbury Park, N.J., Sept. 10. Mrs. Arkansas will be selected on the basis of looks and liomemaklng skill. Contestants must be living with ihelr husbands to be eligible to compete. The state conlest is lo be sponsored by Radio Station KXAR, city of Hop*, the chamber of commerce and merchants. The Judges are to be announced later. V. S. liin.KMKN FIItB AT SNII'KliS NKAR KOREAN 1 FRONT—Kirst Cavalry Division riflemen, deployed along a fence in Yongdong, Scuth Korea, fire at snipers as an ammunition-bearing jeep sciecds to the front where elements of the division wore wider attack. Yongdong was evacuated shortly after this picture was made by Max Desfors, Associated Press Photographer. One of the biggest, battles of the Korean War was develcping today on the western Ironl as three Communist 1 columns attacked American lines sast of Yongdong. <AP VVircphoto via radio from Tokyo) Lockesburg Approves Municipal Gas System LOCKESBURG. Ark., Aug. 3. W'j —A plan to lss,ufi $42,000 in bonds to finance a municipally owned natural gus system has been approved by voters of Lockesburg. The vote for the special bond issue yesterday was 155, One vote was against the proposal. The city pluns to buy natural gas from the DeQueen municipal gas system. NOTICE Proposed Budget of Expenditure. 1 Together with Tax Levy for Fiscal Year Beginning July 1, 19S1, to am: including June 30, 1952, for Burdclte School District No. 35, of Mlssissip- jy- County, Arkansas. ^^The Board of Directors of sail school district-, in compliance wit! the requirements of Ainendmen No. 40 to the Constitution of the State of Arkansas, adopted Novem ber 2, 1948, has prepared .approved and hereby makes public the pro posed budget of school expenditure, for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 1951, to and including June 3£ 1952, together with the tax rate, a follows: CARUTHEPSVII I E NFWS By Joan Douglass — Phone 3S9-J F;mn ITonif* Circle Mct'ls Mrs. Vcrland Chapman oi near 'ortagcvillc, entertained last Tucs- Itiy with an all-day me-?ting at her ami home for H members of the i'arm Koine Circle. There wss one ur-st, Miss Mary D. Alford. Mrs. Jhnpmnn is a Conner member of his club, belonging when she lived icur this city. The decorations complimented \IVR, Sam Buchanan, who, with Mr. Buchanan, will observe her fiftieth vedding anniversary this week. Mrs. Buchanan was presented with -he table decoration and a large decorated cake. A routine business session was devotional exercise on the story of Ruth and a -series of questions from the Bible. Later guests enjoyed a walk nlojv; the Current River. F. F. II. Club Meets Eighteen members of p P. B. Club were entertained Friday nt ihe home of Msr. iJly Tinder. Two pue&u;, Mrs,, Janic Jnrbro of this city nnd Mrs. John Mcdliu of Maiden, attended. Games of rook and lotto were enjoyed during the meeting with each member receiving a small gift, and Miss Lois Allen winning the, gnind prize, a crystal water set. M rs, Tin dcr ,the has less, whose hobby is collecting unisue salt and icld during which a committee was < pcpper sh akcrs, was presented two appointed to purchase gifts for a scts of EOlrt noclty oncs ^ a bll . m _ larty sponsored by t-hc club this vveek at the home of Mrs. R- G. McCullough. In games prizes went to Mrs. Bob Martin and Mrs. J. C. Greeiiv.cll. The next meeting will be at the home of Mrs. Martin. Garden Club Meets Twelve members of the Caruth- er.'jVille Garden Club met last Monday afternoon at the library. The program was presented by Mrs. J. L. VanAusdall. During ihe bu-iness meeting, Mrs. Kerard CalUhan presided in the absence of Mrs. E. C. Pierce. The group discussed the possibility of having a flower show this fall at the American Legion Pair. Club Members EntcrUiiiicd Mrs. Ernest A. Long and Mrs. Mona Helm entertained members g jf the Past .Matrons Club Sunday at thri. Long's summer -home, "Trail's End,"" near Doniphan. The morning schedule Included lay gift from the club members. The Brower unit oi "the Weslevau Service Guild of the 'Methodist. group sinf-inf! was enjoyed. ' I'ersonals Earl Vick of Kennett was in tins city Monday visiting Ins brother. Dean Vick. Harold Sullivan nnd Childs Berry left- Wednesday for St. Louis. Miss Rebecca Young of Steelc, is a guest in t!:c home of her mint nnd uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Archie Zahner. Mrs. Redman uunnniii -who Is a music instructor in the local grade schools, returned home last week from Nashville, Tcnn., where sh? completed a course at Peabody College. Mrs. Lenore Muir and Miss Mary Ellen Homer left last week for a vacation trip through the Smoky Mountains nnd the cast. Mrs. Lindsey Smith and daughter. Jerry, and Mrs. Helen Trammel! and sons. Gene nnd Clinton, of Tortagevillc, visited briefly 'Friday with friends ami relatives. J. F. Doufeiflss was In Sikeston Saturday. Misses Mary Ellen Kindred and Margaret Kindred and Dick Powell. Bob Goodwin and Mack Burress Church met in one of the church" ?rovc to the Boy Scout camp, Camp jarlors Monday evening. In Che absence of the president, Mrs. Mary Jean Haskins, nnd the vice-president, Miss Margaret Metzger, the secretary. Miss Sadie Hatn- ra, presided over the routine meeting, during which plans were completed for a watermelon sunper which was held the following Wednesday, Hostesses for tbc evening were Miss Betty Jean Hnmrn nnd Miss Edith Taylor. The next meeting, a social one, will be held Aug. 7, with Mrs. Robert Hamra and Miss Sadie Harnra serving as hostesses. Tee Cream Supper at Berry's James Berry, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. P., Berry, entertained for several friends-wHh^ nn ic'e cream supper at his home 1 last Wednesday. An evening of dancing, cards, and their son. Joe Peck, and Mrs. Hayden's mother, Mrs. Cora Ellis, (or a visit with relatives. Mrs. Ira Cullimi, her daughter. Mrs. Richnrd Milton, nnd Mrs. James CnlLum spent last Monday In Memphis. Dr. and Mrs. Jerry Johnson and three sons of Amarlllo. Tex., were RiicsU here several days Inst work- in the home of Dr. and Mrs. C. C Castles. Mrs. Doris Downing drove to Murray, Ky., Saturday, going after her daughter, Miss Nadine Downing who has just completed the summer term at Murray State College. Charles Wilks. son of Mr. and Mrs Floyd Wilks, spent last week em! here before returning to Chicago 111,, where he is employed by ai airline, Mr. v anrl Mrs. Sigler Carey lef Monday of last week for Vina, Okln where they will visit relatives o Mrs. Carey. Miss Emnmv Stater* VanAusdat left last week to spend the week end in Kansas City with her former roommate at Christian College Columbia, Mo. She drove EIS far a Columbia with Bob Joplm. who visited friends there over the week FLAME THROWER ARRIVES—Corpora) Coy Atkins of the First Cavalry Division carries one of the first Jlnme throwers to RO into Helton on the South Korean battle front. Korean hills are honey combed with caves in which inliit rating North Koreans, c::.nmally Rirerrittns, hole up like the Japs did in ihe Pacific islands. T.!C? 72-pound wcjipon cured the Japs of their cave-man complex. end. Mr. nnd Mrs. Robert Swift of Cape Glrardcau, Mo., spent the week end visUtng their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Swift. New York Stale lifts, move 20,000 producing oil wells. thai 2 State Youths Prom Pine Bluff Wounded in Korea PINE BLUFF, Aug. 3. (#)—Stev« Loyd Hill of Pine Bluff was serious. y wounded on the Korean front recently, according to an Army tcie- gram received late yesterday by hts parents. Mr. ana Mrs. George Hill. Sieve, 17, who has been in the Army two years, had been in Japan 18 months at the outbreak of the Korean conflict, his parents said. The Mills had received a letter from their son Saturday, asking that they send him lighter fluid, a le and oilier articles. The letter was vri'.l'an in Korea. Steve is a corpora! with the 27th Infantry RfcRHnent. Another Pine Bluff youth, We Uudolph V. Stennwlss, was reported slightly wounded in action on (lie front. The 29-year-old Negro youth has been in the Army two yenrs. Worry of FALSE TEETH Slipping or Irritating? Don't be cmbarmGsed by [oo&e ffl]*» irelh slipping, dropping or a-obbhriK \vllpn you eal, tftlk or laugh Just sprinkle R lltue FASTEETH nn your plnicK 1'hih pleasant powde: Kt'ei, & riMniirKMile sense oj added comfoit and srcuruy by lK>ldln» plates more firmly. No gummy, fiocey, pasty taste or le«L- my It'H .ilkalfnt (non-acid) Get FA3- '1 KKTH FU ally drug store ., Mr. and Mrs. Doytic Mlchle niidl son. Steve, left Monday for their | home at Creve Cocur, 111., after spending several days visiting in the homes of their parents, Mr. an4 \ Mrs. Guy E. Mlchic nnd Mr. imd \ Mrs. P. S. Petty. j Mrs. James Dickson and daughter, Darn Aim, of Cape Glrardcau are visiting her mother, Mrs. John Wcstbrooks. Mrs. Westbrooks will return lo Cape for a brief visit with her daughter. Lcwallen. Sunday going to attend the unveiling ceremony of a replica of the Statue of Liberty. Mrs. John Garrett and son and Mrs. Ed Huffman left last week for a week's vacation at Oulfport, Miss. Miss Jane Aquino and Miss Kate Garrett. who have been attending a summer camp near there, will return home with them. Mrs. John Westbrooks' and Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Vick and children, Sonja and John, were in- Osceola, Ark., Sunday visiting Mrs. Westbrooks' sister. Mr. and Mrs. Larry shain and sons, Jamie ant! Eddie, of Sikeston spent Sunday here visiting Mrs Lily S. Tinder. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Hayden »nd 'son, Henry, returned home Monday from Harrisburg, III,, where they had driven Sunday to take General Control . , Instruction ........... .. Operation of School Building Maintenance of School Plant and Equipment . Auxiliary Agencies (including traiifiportfltion) Fixed Charges Capital Outlay . : Debt Service .5 4,800 ,. 42,000 .. 7,150 750 0,500 1.650 4.250 8,250 To provide for the foregoing pro- < posed budget of expenditures, the • Board of Directors proposes a tax ' J» ! y of 30 milts, divided as follows: ! HP mills is a continuing tax voted for bonds now outstanding, 15 mills is lor the operation of the schools, j nnd 3 mills wil) be a tax for A pro- pored bond issue of 520,^00, which wil! run for approximately 18 years. to be iwued for the purpose of completing gymnasium. Tills 2 mill tux will constitute a continuing annual levy until the principal and interest of t-hc proposed bonds are paid in full, with the provision tint the surplus revenues from the building fund mill- afje may be use a for other school purposes. GIVEN this 26,day of July, 1950, Burdcttc School District. No. 35 of Mississippi County, Arkansas. By C. P. 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