The infant child of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Burch of Enon was
severely burned last week by a fire from an open grate catching in its clothing.
It is hoped that the little fellow will entirely recover from his injuries.
C.C. Starcher attended a law suit at Arnoldsburg last Friday in
which his mother was sued by the firm of Nicholson & Co. for a store debt
amounting to about $100, which that firm claimed was unpaid. The case was
decided in favor of Mrs. Starcher, who was given a judgment of $23 and cost of
Garden making still occupies the spare time of many citizens.
Woods fires are causing considerable trouble in the vicinity of
The value of a local newspaper is much more than many people
seem to think, and the way to make it good is to patronize it, pay for it, and
furnish it with ads, news and items, such as the public want to know. Bring them
on, and “faith we’ll print ’em.” The press is a mighty power in helping to carry
on the business and progress of our country. The fact is that the press has
always been influential, even in the Savior’s day. If you don’t believe it, read
Mark 2:4 and see for yourself.
The U.S. is in the position--and has taken the position for
about a year now--that it will not agree to a ban of all nuclear testing.
The latest United States proposal--made at Geneva with Soviet
representatives--was that nuclear power countries ban all nuclear tests, except
The U.S., through President Eisenhower, became a little hot
under the collar about a month ago when we were forced--partly by the weight of
world opinion--to announce that we would continue our ban on nuclear testing for
a short while, hoping that agreement could be reached with the Soviets on
nuclear testing. The catch, according to many U.S. officials, is that we fear
some types of nuclear testing might be undetectable to our monitors.
This may be true, and we certainly cannot contradict our own
experts. The eyes of the world have been focused on the spectacle of this
country opposing a complete ban on nuclear tests, while the Soviet Union
continues to propose a complete ban. It may be that the U.S. will eventually be
forced to agree to a complete ban.