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THURSDAY, OCT. «, 195Z BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE KINS The Hell Bomb By JAY HEAVILIN and RALPH LANE Nuclear energy con be liberated by two methods. One is fiuion, in which the nucleus of a heavy chemical element, such as urani. urn, is split into two nuclei of lighter elements. A neutron is fired into an atom, splitting it, to start the self-multiplying chain reaction pictured at right, Each nucleus splits into two fragments weighing leu than the parent nucleus | According to a theory I evolved by Albert Einstein the slight weight loss rcpre- «nts a tremendous release of energy. I 10-9 e other means of liberating nuclear energy, works just the opposite. Two nuclei of light elements are fused, orcom- bincd, under incredibly high temperatures to form the nucleus of a heavier ^element. The new nucleus, ""in each case, weighs less than the original -nuclei. Again each weight loss represents loose energy try-ing to escape. It bursts out so quickly that within a millionth of a'second the energy of trillions of atoms smashing together produces a super-explosion. Mrs, Abe Samons, a patient at St., Baptist Association In Blytheville Joseph Hospital. Mrs. Samons, who lives near Joiner, te a member of (he First Baptist Church In Wilson. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Davis and children, Sammy and Pamela, spent ttie week end with relatives In Newport. First Baptist Church In Wilson Join other Baptist Churches throughout the South In observance of Laymen Day Sunday. The Rev. U. B. Bledsoc. the Rev. M. D. Davis, Mis. Albert Oreenwell. Mrs. Oleii Wheeler and Mrs. D. D. Cnsh arc attending the 28lh annual meeting o( (he Mississippi County today and tomorrow. The Rev. Mr, Bledsoe will deliver the annual sermon at the morning session Thursday. Tommy Conner of Monette visited hts grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Buford Boylea, and family last week. Whisky Sale Backfires VANCOUVER, panada UP)—A 21- , year-old police operative testified In court that a defendant had sold a bottle of whisky to htm and another operative. When defense counsel asked the witness if his replied: "The other operative parents approved his activities, he my father." Congo Is One-Third Christian, Report Soys LEOPOLDVILLE. Belgian Conco (;P|—About 30 per cent of the Belgian Congo's native population Is Christian, according to unofficial statistics recently released here. Less than 100 years of missionary work contributed to the conversion of some three million natives to th« Christian faith. Catholics predominate with nearly 2.900,000 followers, while ProtestanU number about 600,000. Acheson Says Peace Talk Delay 'Affirmative Step' By EDWARD E. BOMAK WASHINGTON UP) —Secretary of State Acheson said yesterday that he believes the suspension ol truce talks in Korea "is an affirmative •top toward obtaining an armistice." He said the move "does not represent a loss of hope in an armistice." In a statement read to reporters Osceola News By BETTTE NEtLE STARR WILSON NEWS Bv Mrs. B. F. Bovles Mrs. Massey Hostess Mrs. L. D. Massey was hostess to her bridge club Monday night. Mrs Prank Williams was the only guest Mrs. A. W. Bowen was high score winner and Mrs. Milton Pope was second. Zinnias combined with flame cosmos were used in the floral decorations. At the conclusion, a salad plate, and coffee was serv«d. Circle Me*t« Mrs. Allan Segraves entertained the Buslne&s Women's Circle of the Presbyterian Church with a chicken spaghetti supper Monday night at her country home on Carson Lake, Fourteen members and guests attended. Pall flowers in brilliant colors decorated the Segraves home. Folio-wig supper, a business session was 'held with Mrs. Bebe levenstein giving the life of Daniel B^ker. The circle, with Mrs. >Tcd \y_eod HS at & news conference, the secretary asserted that the U, N, command is ready to resume the truce negotiations • whenever the Communists agree to "an honest settlement" of the prisoner of war question. "Not Terminated The suspension of the truce talks came yesterday when Lt. Gen. William K. Harrison^ senior U. N. negotiator, told the Communists ab Panmunjom that the Reds must either accept the Allied proposal on prisoner exchange or make "a Constructive proposal of their own." Acheson e mph a.sized tha t th e truce talks were "not terminated" by the indefinite recess taken by Harrison but that the U, N. has served notice It will give no ground In its resolve not to force umvill- ng war prisoners to return to Communist control. •"We shall not trn.de in the lives of men," Acheaon said. "We shall not forcibly deliver human beings into Communist hands." T. B Mrs. Bledsoe Honored Mrs. D. B. Bledsoe was honored Thursday night, when the Barksdale Sunday School Class at First Baptist Church entertained with a ' spaghetti supper at the church. The class was organized two years ago for young married couples. Beginning with one couple, and the teacher, the enrollment grew util a membership of 45 was reached. The class was divided, following this end-of-the-year meeting, by promotion to adult classes, the men to the Adult Men's Class with Broughton Lovett as teacher and the women to the Adult Women's Class of which Mrs. Ed Williams is the teacher. Mrs. Bledsoe was presented an elcctnc mixer by the class. Honored on Birthday Raymond Cotner was complimented on his birthday, when his wife entertained several friends Saturday evening with a wciner roast on the lawn at their home. GuesEs were Dwight Anderson, Mr and Mrs. Albert Greenwell, Mr. and Mrs, Charles Be all, Mr. and Mrs Elstner Beall, Mr. and Mrs. Tony McAfee, Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Hartrich, Mr. and Mrs. and Mr. and Mrs. Mau Husbands Guests Husbands were guests at the barbecue supper given by the Joy Sunday School Class of First Baptist Church, Friday evening. It was held Th undersigned states that he is i at the church. Mrs. Ed Williams is NOTICE Notice Is lu-reby given that the undersigned has filed with the Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control of the State of Arkansas for a permit to sell and dispense beer at retail on the premises described as: 1910 W. Rose, Blytheville, Mississippi County. High' score winners at canasta were Mrs. Charles Lowrance nnd Mrs, j. M. Hosford, The hostess presented the honoree with a table lighter. Other out-of-town guests included Mrs. John Shnron of Marked Tree, Mrs. John Enoch, Mrs. Joe Applcbntim, Mrs, Charles Bowles and Mrs, Helen Smith all of Osceola. Friday afternoon from 4 to 5 Mrs. Harwell was guest of honor at a tea given for the women the Methodist church, with the Methodist Women's Society o Christian Service EIS hostesses. Floor baskets of fall flowers were used in the reception room at thi church where the affair was held. A bouquet of mixed fall flower and greenery, flanked on either sid by lighted candles in candelabra formed the centerpiece for th lace draped refreshment table. Receiving guests with the hon oree were Mrs. N. B. Ellis Jr., sec retary of the WSCS, Mrs. Hudsoi Wren and Mrs. Dora Merrell. Mrs. Harwell was presented silver pitcher as a gtft by Mn Ellis and a corsage of glnmella. Music was furnished by Mrs. Ro ;. Nat Graves Stobaugh at the piano. irlce Lynch. Sunday morning, Mrs. Harwell nnpnzines weekly to the Eanitorium In BooneviHe. Church Group Meets Circle One of the Prpsbyterlrf Clv'rch met Monday afternoon with Mrs. A. "J. Crostwatthe with thirteen members being present. Mrs. R. C. ryan led the devotional find Mrs. Richard Cromer gave a round table discussion inviting those In attendance to take part. At the conclusion of the meeting the hostess served a salad plate. Circle Two met with Mrs. Jop Hale and Mrs. Arthur Rogers. Only ten members were present due to illness of the other members. Mrs. George Edrlngton led the devotional and Mrs. Stanley Carpenter (rave the history of the organizing of the Presbyterian Church. A dessert course was served following the meeting. Personals Mri. W. B. Pkinn&an and Mrs. Madeline Campbell are visiting relatives in points In Illinois. Mis* Jeanette Bowen, who h attending Southwestern University In Memphis will spend the week end with her parents. Mrs. George Doyle, Sr., and Mrs Doyle, Jr., spent several days In Claiksdale, Miss., visiting Mrs . Frank McDonald, B daughter of V Mrs. Doyle, Br., and her family. citizen of Arkansas, of good moral character, that he has never been convicted of a felony or other crime involving moral turpitude; that no license, to sell beer by the undersigned has been revoked within five years last past; and that the undersigned has never been convicted of violating the laws of this state, or tiny other state, relative to the sale of alcoholic liquors. -. Application is for permit to be issued for operation beginning on the 8 day of October, 1952, and to empire on the 30th day of June, 1953. Herbert Alvle Bctts, Applicant Subscribed and sworn to before me this 8 day of October, 1952. Elizabeth Mason, Notary Public My Commission expircc: 4-26-54. the teacher. Those attending included Mr. Williams, Mr. and Mrs. Ha rry Wood y ard, Mr. and Mr s. nd j Mrs. Walter .Camper. Recent Bride Honored Mrs. Charles Ray Harwell, recent bride, was honored on three occasions last week. Thursday evening, Mrs. F. S. Reese and Mrs. Joe Cullom Jr., entertained In her honor with n dinner, six tables of bridge and two of canasta, at the home of Mrs. Reese. Merigolds. 7-inntas and snap dragons were used In decorations throughout the home. Winners st bridge during the evening were Mrs. Vernon Aston of ^responding secretary; Mrs. Jack famine!, treasurer; Mrs, D. B ledEoo, young people's director; rs. Williams, program; Mrs. Hnrrj 'oodyard, mission study; Mrs, Isac Alexander, community mission Trammel, stewardship; Mrs ames-Cobb, hospital supplies ruu rphanage; Mrs. Cash, member hip; Mrs. Ivan Hnynes, socin ,Irs. Glen Wheeler, publicity. Carolyn Lynch, a student nt Bin fountain College, Blue Mountain iss., spent the week end vvllli hi rents, Mr. and Mrs. Sonny Lyncl nnd family. Frank Keel, a student at Arkansas State College, was home for the veek end. Hobby Harproves of Tulsa, Okla., was the guest of his aunt, Mrs. W. j. Powell and her family a few days last week. Mr. and Mrs, Walter Cotner have returned to their home in Evnns- ville, Ind,, after visiting in the home of his nephew, Raymond Cotner, nnd his family, last week. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Grecnewell and Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Whttakcr were in Memphis Monday. Mr. arid Mrs. W. L. Powell visited relatives in Knoble and Datto, Ark., during the week end. Tn Knoble, they visited Mr. and Mrs. O. N. Goxven and In Datto they visited Mr. nnd Mrs. H. N. Gowen, Billy Zook who attends Arkansas State College spent the week end with hts parents. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Zook, p-nd daughter, Peggy. The Rev. and Mrs. A. F. Muncy of Lake City were In Wilton Friday night for the Wilson vs. Shawnee football game. The Rev, Daniel Cantu of Ray- mondsvlllc, Tezas, conducted ft revival in Wilson lost week for the Sunday School class at the Mcth odlst Church complimented he with a linen shower. The class made up of four and five year ol children. WMU Meets The Baptist Women's Mtsslonar „, . . . ,. , , Union met Monday nl g ht nt the .^ c .!™_™*2.'"Jr £« O^A church for the first business meet- presided. The meetinc opened with members repeating the Watchword for the year. Following prayer by Mrs. Curtis Miller, the group sang the WMU -song "Christ For The Whole Wide World". Mrs. Ed Williams gave the devotional. Reports were given by committee chairmen, who pointed out the goal that had been attained en the standard of excellence chnrt, Officers who will assist Mrs. Lovett this year are Mrs. D. D. Osceola high, Mrs. S. C. Brandon j Cash, first vice-president; Mrs. Ed Jr.,-of Memphis, second and Mrs.|'Williams, second Ralph Robinson, third. Mrs. W. D. Brown Ing cotton. The Rev. Mr. Cantu will conduct revivals in other communities in Mississippi County before returning to his home. While in Wilson he was a guest in the home G' the Rev. and Mrs. D. B. Bled.soe and their family. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Clark of Tal- luah, La., were guests of Mr. and Mrs. N. B. Ellis, Jr., and daughter Sunday. Airman Apprentice James Richard Ferguson of the Navy has returned to the Navy bafie of Norman Okla.. after a visit with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Ferguson and family. The Rev. D. B. Blcdsce, J. J. Perry of Wilson and Alvin and vice-president; Diicios of Osceoia were In Memphis, recording and Monday, where they gave blood to AS SEEN IN TODAY'S, *rOMAH <MHj- Veep't Step-Daughter Freshman at Wisconsin MADISON. Wls. ffi — The 17- year-old Ktep - daughter of Vice President Alben W. Hartley Is now a freshman at the University of Wisconsin. Dark-eyed Jane E. Hadley «ald «he "fell in love" with the state during three summers spent at Three Lakes. Wis. She has lived most of her life in St. Ixmls but in recent years has also lived In Wash- IngUjr,, D.C. and Paducah, -TCy., home of the vice president. Miss Hadley will enroll in liberal arts and plans to specialize in art history. NOTICE Notice Is hereby given that the undersigned has filed with the Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control of the State of Arkansas for a permit to sell and expense beer at retail on the premises described as: 813 1st St. Blythevllle, Mississippi County. The undersigned states that he Is a citizen of Arkansas, of good moral i character, that he has never been j convicted of a felony crnthpr crime j • involving moral turpitude; -that no ! license to sell beer by the under- j ficned has been revoked within five . years last past; and that the under- | siened has never been convicted of violating the laws of this state, or any other state, relative to the sale of alcoholic liquors. Application Is for permit "to be Issued for operation beginning on the 8 day of Oct., 1952. and to expire on the 30 day of June. 1953 Annlclle Pulley, Applicant Subscribed and sworn to before .me this 8 day of October, 1952. 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