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f AGE NTNK BIATHEVIIXE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS THURSDAY, JANUARY 19, 19S9 U.S. Holding Fast OnA-BombPolicy Secretory of State Sayt Tight Controls Still is Big Objective WASHINGTON, Jan. 19. M>)— I Secretary of State Acheson made clear yesterday that even if the United States develops a super A- bomb It will stick with Its policy of seeking tight international control of atomic energy. Acheson discussed th esubject in circumspect language in response to questions at a news conference. As h« phrased it, lie said he does n(": know of any prospective atomic weapons development In the United P s which would cause the Unit- tates to change Us policy on international control. Acheson knows, of cour.se—as does most everyone in Washington—that the government is hotly debating under the surface the question ol whether to try to develop a hydrogen atomic bomb that might be 1.000 times more powerful than the original uranium A-bomb. He also said he knew of no atomli developments in Russia thai woult make the United States want t' ; change its policy. There have been reports that pres ident Truman is being urged It make a new approach lo the Rus sians (or an international atomi control agreement before decidin whether to go ahead with attempt ed development of hydrogen bombs Acheson's comments did not nil out, a new approach to the Rus sians—but it did appear to eliml nate so far as he is concerned an basic change in United States pol ' icy at this time. In general, this policy has calie for *j system of rigid safeguard including full scale inlcrmUioiiti I control and Inspection of all atomi energy projects, before any natio would give up its atomic weapor | or atomic secrets. Tlie Russians have never been wil I ing to accept the American pla which has had the support of j majority of the United Natio Atomic Commission. Farm Equipment Group H/toars Bank President MEMPHIS. Tenn., Jan. 19. W)— An exponent of Progressive Agr I culture, C. W. Bailey, Olarksvill Tenn., bank president, yesterd; | said that the notion Is more d pendent on farming than on any Portageville News By Mrs. Raymond Toombs Phone !i!!| H'l'A Meellnr ' The importance of conserving na- ural resources was pointed out by aul Hoye, of Cape Girardeau, when e spoke before the PTA Wednas- ay. "Realm of the Wild," nn educa- onal picture in technicolor pro- need by the Conservation Coin- il&slon, was also shown. At an executive committee nieet- ng Tuesday in the home of Mrs. 'arvcy Carter, Mrs. Aubrey Wrath- r was chosen to head a comniit- »e to represent the organization !i the effort to obtain a county .ealth unit. Other members include Mrs. ifs- er Woods, Mrs. Lee Peerson, Mro. ;iza Lester, Miss Hunter Miller, W. ;. Kroegcr and C. C. Fuller. Kasti-rii Star Moels At the regular meeting of Order if Ea.slcrn Star Thursday. Mrs. <alluine Bandy, acting as Instail- ug marshal, and Lee Workman, as nsliilling officer, installed Mrs Janie Wilson, Ircasurer, and Miss Betty Leashinett, star point. Another highlight of the evening was revealing ol secret iriends ol year and drawing of friends for 1950. At the next meeting, Jan. 26. Mr other business activity. He addressed the opening sessioi of a two-day convention here o the Mid-South Farm Equipmcn Association. "A thinking nation will not seek to so lower the price of farm products that the farmer no longc: earns a profit," Bailey said. Marvin W. Melton of Trumann Ark., association president, spok on "The March of progress for Eigh Years," The meeting ends tomorrow night with a banquet and dinner dance. nd Mrs. James Muse will be Inil- ated. Mrs. Miller Suffers Injury Mrs. Agnes Miller is a patient at he Sike.skm hospital following a all as she left O'liannon school, •here she leaches, Wednesday alt- rnoon. She suffered a broken arm, vhich necessitated an operation, a orehead cut and bruises. Mr.s. Pearl Girvin, school bus iriver, brought her to Portageville rom the school. Mrs. Miller Is cx- lecled lo remain In the hospital or several days. WSCS Meetings The four circtfts of the Women's iociely of Christian Service met ilonday when the subject of the meetings was "Whole of Love Is Our Answer." Circle One met with Mrs. J. A. Robinson. Mrs. Beryle Adcock was co-hostess and Mrs. V. P Ellis acted as chairmen. Eleven members ami one visitor, Mrs. T, L. Brown, \vcre prc.=cnt. Mrs. Eula Kimr-.s, program leader, was assisted by Mrs. H. T. O'Kclly, Mrs. W. R. Slout. Mrs. Jackie Ellis, Mrs. Adcock. Mrs. Albert Koch ami Mrs. Kenneth Sellers. Mrs. Ellis led the devotional. Circle TITO met with Mrs. J. H. Workman with 13 members and one giicst, Mrs. Harold Young, present. Program leader. Mrs. Ralph Hawkins, was assisted by Mrs. Fritz Starmer, Mrs. Lillian Anderson and Mrs. Norman Taft. The devotional was given by Mrs. Fred Unter- kirsher. A gift wns presented Mrs. Dick Dillard who Is leaving town soon. Circle Three met with Mrs. Odell Wrather with 12 members and one guest, Mrs. Albeit Douglass, present. Mrs. Shelby Lester was pro- gram leader. Circle Four met with Miss Mildred Suddeth. Twelve nu'iubers were present. Mrs. Malcomb Slew»H was program leader with Miss Virslo Smith giving the devotional. Smi.il Notes Mis, Elmer Eubanks of lilythe- vhle was entertained Thursday by Mis, w. H. Stout.' Members of the Tuesday night bridge club to whu-h Mrs. Kubanks foinu'rly belonged, »''ie f>uK,is. prices wont lo Mrs J> l>. Stafford, Mrs. Jack Warren Discharged Employes Get $7,500 in Back Pay NliW Om.KANS, Jllll. 19. fV._ Thc regional director of lliu Nutlim- al Labor Holiilions Bunrd lius directed tlie Co rii -Col it Bottling Company of Pine HlufT, Ark., lo reiii- be detached from Germany. He. told a news conference (his country has oacked up the French ixxsiljon under three secrt'Uu'ies of Mrs Pnlniiks who rrrciv,-,! « MaU ' '""' wl " c:n:ltil » 1(: lllls support |"ciu"Un t!;e.cu'b as ^,V a ; !llt » fUlil1 »""'" «ltl«««'l «m> Individual gifts. Mi's. . Leeds Ilutlcr entertained willi a 7 ocloek dinner Friday in honor of her husband's birthday. Ciui'iis included Mr. and Mrs. j. n. Stafford, Mr, and Mrs. Melvin Myd- lund and Mr. and Mrs. Lester Woods- After the dinner bridge was played with Mr. Mydlund and Mr. stnf- fonl winning pri/es- MLss a«iisc Hufslcdlcr and Miss Nell Adams entertained at the laner'.s home with n dinner tliis wecl:. Guests included Mr. and Mrs. S, C. nagsdnle, Cooler; Miss Mur- Saiel Cinninings. Cnpc Ciirnrdeain Roy Fliiimi<>iin, Risco; Mrs. G. c. Hufslcdlcr, Mrs. Leila Adams and Eugene Adams. Germany. The United states believes, he added, that this rich coal-mininR area should have a ciTluin decree "f Hulonumy. ".Ho four discharged employee anrt Pay them $7,500 li) back pay, the NUtii »t New Orlcuns said today. 'i'he iK'tion came on an agreement reached between the NUill and the company, a spokesman said. The NI.llIl snid the men were 'Itschm-grd for union iicdvlty. Tlie $1,500 paid to the reinstated employes did not Include any punl- PRESCRIPTIONS Slock (!tiaraii(oc(l Best IVict's Kirby Drug Stores U, S. Supports French In Argument on Soar WASHINGTON. Jan. 13. M'j Scc- relnry of stnte Acheson siticl yesterday Hie United States supports France's view that the Saai should Expert PLUMBING Service • ALL WORK GUARANTEED • Blan Heath Co. PHONE 828 HAUHY MYERS '" charge of PLUMBING DEPARTMENT "Old at 40, 50, 60?" — Man, You're Crazy "'*J?r' 6 i r > 1 * K "' '"K><uni'l? "t [KLipy H 70. Try H n i Tonic '[ stikls lor " ug stores evcryu'tiore — hi , at Klrby A: Woods Dm* NOTICE JANUARY 31st is the last day to purchase City Auto and City Truck License Plates to avoid payment of the penalty. 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