AlW The Eureka (Utah) Reporter Page Four PUZZLES GAMES STORIES PICTURES o ry r lit jp S r - Ij- U j Science Is Now Worlds Biggest News Story Bhutan, Mysterious Oriental Country Bhutan Rebus h Diamond BY WALTER KING TT Is your world science is fool- ing around with, but the trouble is that scientists can't use simple enough terms for us to understand. Maybe we can figure out in a general way Just what is going on with atomic energy, atoms and so forth. An atom a few years ago was the smallest bit of matter that science thought existed. But lately that is, within the present lifetime of some of our grandparents scientists have discovered that even atoms are made up of smaller things, like electrons, protons and so forth. And when an atom is broken up these smaller things become energy. Everyone knows what energy is. Energy is power it runs our cars, makes our electric lights burn, heats our food. When a lot of energy is released at once, things begin to happen. An explosion is a sudden release of energy. An ordinary glass of drinking water furnishes power. Usually we use just a tiny bit of this power in our bodies. The vbatcr provides chemical energy to keep us alive. But If all the power were turned loose, that glass of water could drive a steamship across the Atlantic. Even a single drop of water contains far mure energy than a large stick of dynamite. A glass of water contains about Bhutan la a KINGDOM, making it a renter for our diamond. The second word ia "a courtesy title," the third "a tendon, the fifth "a fortification," and the sixth "was victorious." K I N KINGDOM D O M Crossword i Tricky Trick PROBLEM I TO ACROSS 1 2 CHANGE: TOUCHING THE DRAWER, WITHOUT Central Asiatic kingdom Priority (prefix) 6 7 Son of Seth (Bib.) 9 Row 11 Dined 12 14 15 18 18 20 21 23 24 German city Rough lava Baronet (ab.) safety match box. Remove the drawer from the cover and place the cover on top of the drawer as shown in Figure 1 of the diagram. Your problem is to change the pieces so that the drawer is on top of the cover, but you cannot touch the drawer. After your friends have tried the trick, you can do it very simply, by putting your mouth to the opening of the rover, suck in your breath so that the drawer is held fast to the cover by vacuum. Now straighten up, hold your head back and lift the cover with the drawer on top as shown in Figure 2. Set the pieces carefully down on the table and youre a whiz. Yale Group of three voices Withered Not (prefix) Serious address Stiff hairs 2 Poultry 3 Total expenses (ab.) 4 Collection of sayings 5 Memorandum 6 West Point cadets 8 Time of year 10 Eyes (contr.) 13 Fishermans apparatus 17 Italian river 19 Anger 22 Comparative ending ' Shore Thing Folks, de ole Silver Jubilee done over. Reckon all o' you had a good time. Shore did look that way to me. wuz Everybody laughin' an' talkin', like dey wuz home. Had plen- ty to drink, not too much I reckon. If any body went home hungry, wuz der own fault, for der Sam Tolliert wuz lota o' eatin places all over town. One little ole place down on Main Street wuz open all nite. Shore did feed heaps an' heaps o' people, jest enjoyin' dem selves. k Head one time, when a mule is kickin' he can't pull nor wnen he is made nucleus ng A LL elements arc made up of atoms, which you know as baseballs and marbles. Helium has two marbles buzzing around its baseball and hydrogen has only one. We'd expect that to make helium from hydrogen wed Just join two hydrogen atoms. But atoms arent like things we know. One and one don't make two, for a very good reason. The helium nucleus (the baseball) is four times as heavy as the hydrogen nucleus and so it is therefore made up of four hydrogen nuclei (baseballs). So it takes the baseballs of four hydrogen atoms and the marbles of two to make one helium atom. That leaves two marbles as the remainder. Weve seen that when the pieces of an atom have no work to do they become energy, which is pretty hot stuff. So two electrons become energy and that's the principle of the hydrogen bomb. The way the bomb is made is secret, of course, but we know it takes a to!! DO-I- T lot of energy and this must be supplied by splitting up a larger atom the atom of one of the heavier elements such as uranium or plutonium. So we must destroy an atom to build an atom. Although its big news that atomic energy has been released in a bomb, the biggest news will be the discovery of how the hundred million horses in the atoms of a glass of water can be used to power the constructive things of life. Some of this power is being used now, but the biggest things are yet to come. l.Cut g strip 3 inches tion a widg tfCREftl 2. Fold in four layers and ruffle the eefoes between your forefinger mi thumbs. 1 Puzzle Answers j BHUTAN REBl'S: Punakha, Paro, Tassgong, Taga Zong. 3.Thread a THREAD DIAMOND: K NEEDLE with a double 40 inches long... knot one enl Gather paper down center small running stitches. SIR SINEW KINGDOM REDAN WON M ro 4. Gather paper on thread tightly with as as possible. CROSSWORD: 5. Cut more strips inJ.iput until thread is usd. paper on thread.., then tie ends together. rattlesnakes, PWLILERS OfTHEKSELT-CAWJ0TSU.VI- IS &&LUAHT h w AtiUUTES SUNSHINE OF ll'ljW JJERE'S a trick to try with a gen alums and half again as many DOWN 1 up of by energy. If we split up this nucleus, this energy is not needed any more and Is released as heat, electricity, light or even radio waves. The larger atoms, being more complicated, are more easily broken and so one of the largest the uranium atom was used to make the first atom bombs, which are simply broken atoms from which energy is released. is not the But bomb-makiprincipal value of the atom to science. The experimenters are trying to find a way to make energy do the work that Is now done by electric, steam and water power. Someday atoms may run factories. It is possible that they may drive boats and trains, even cars, in the future. This smaller parts held together 20 (20 followed by 24 ciphers) hydro- Chairs which the central baseball, called the nucleus. IS, Hu,, M oxygen atoms. Don't worry about the figures just say "an awful lot." gCIENCE Isn't sure Just how an atom looks, but for our use we can think of it us a baseball with a marble traveling around it, like the moon circles the earth. The marble is held to the baseball (in our atom) by the same force that holds the moon to the earth and the earth to the sun. But the marble is so far from the baseball that all atoms are An Auctigton flies uooomiles STEND JUST lA WEEKS AT ITS NESTING mostly empty space, not solid as TO FLIES IN THE. AflCTlC-.THE- N GROUND we think of a thing being solid. Most of the atom's weight Is In 11,000 MILES MCKTOTHE ANTARCTIC. is pullin' he Jest can't kick. Dat wuz the way here, all wuz pullin', none wuz kickin', you all know dat wuz what made everything joyahle, pullin' an' no kickin'. Years back met a very fine ole man, who is now a very good friend o' mine. Jest ain't never heard him kick about anything, always jest the same. Got dat same smile ever time sec him. Well Sir. him an' his two daughters wuz here, dem gals always smilin' too. One o them is shore lucky, got a big box o' candy fer nothin'. Took jest one punch on a candy board, yes sir, a free one and got a box o' randy. Her sis wuzn't so lucky, spent quite a bit but no candy. Yea sir. dem gals is jest like der Dad, always smilin'. When dey is anything doin' in Eureka, dem folks shore gonna be here. Yes air. Ole John Taylor an' his two daughters. Bob Pranks wuz kinder the boss o' the Jubilee, wuz talkin' to ole Rob and askin' how he wuz gettin' long. He says Sam. reckon al- - toi New Books for , Ill DIFFERENT OF DOGS BLEEDS IN D AMEUCA TODAY- - Young Readers WEAR ,, ip BASEBALLS GREATEST HITIjtwtNttK! I TERS by Tom Meany (Barnes). Although this book isnt primarily Pen Pals for young folks, the coming genwho have foreign pen eration will like it as well as the People older folks. Twenty top sluggers pals collect many interesting since 1900 are listed, along with tamps as a result of correspood-enc- e abroad. It's a nice hobby ml their pictures, records and some learn Interesting stories about them. you things and make friends Sets Civil Service Typist, Clerk Exams r. AROUND,' C. L. Edwards, Regional Civil Service Director, today announced new civil service examinations for Beautiful ia the activity tM works for good, and the itUtaes that waits for good; blessed Ik of the one, sad Ik self-sacrifi- ce of the other.-- R. Collyer Since the world was, men eral agencies in the state of Utah. prepared for them that wait In neitbe Stenographer Typist and Clerk, not heard with the ear,God tut for filling positions in various Fed- hath the eye seen, what RrfK' tim up The majority of appointments to Him and work righteouoca-Mar- y Baker Eddy these positions will be made at Grade GS-- 2, 82450 a year; however, Christmas tree sals bring appointments to positions In grades in cash Income into New Hu? up to and including GS-52875 a year may be made from the elig- shire each year. ible lists resulting from these ex0 4, aminations. Applicants for the Typist posiLet's Face The Issuh1 tions must compete in a general clerical test and in an actual perRUB L CLEGG m SOUS formance test on a typewriter. Applicants for the Stenographer positions must qualify in the above (Pd. Pol. Adv. by Claude Hindi testa, and In addition, must pass Hurricane) a stenographic dictation exercise given at the rate of 80 words per minute. Applicants for the Clerk positions must qualify lh a written test designed to test aptitude for learning and adjusting to the duties of the position. Applicants for Clerk must be received In the office of the Thirteenth U. S. Civil Service Region, 106 New Customhouse, Denver 2, Colorado, not later than August 21, 1950; applications for Stenographer and Typist will be accepted until further notice. HE) EDS?! 0tf C3032B EYERY MAN FOR HIMSELF ... This Sooth Korean soldier may be an aRy of these American dog--. These an Idlers are enjoying a momentary one baa an ace np Mi sleeve. facra, bnt la draw poker It'a every player after the pot. pause la the war at a rear base la South Korea. Well, do right." Too. he ssys doin' two at a time ain't so bad but it tunic to three, four or five, jest loo durn niueh fer one limn. Reckon dnt wux right 'cause I tried Tmut de same thing Sat', urday night, ltut we wuz jest to make everybody joyahle. Shore hope we did an' all come tilings when Mi , u, tmthem kto kiiou ledge. lai; skater j tun s Wi"g! Tomoeiuw hc U mc Protect iht"C pretiuul cyct! Hi- - ihf quihlied optomctriK I e,et wJijr. No appouiuneiu o nciciMry. (ununc juue-khd- i FAY NOTHING DOWN $1 A WEEK p CSlailHeUll. OjLfu'aC Ccman. V 161 West Center Street ' back wmie time. Believe it or not. of all dem folks what wuz here. Jest ONE made de can. He got no fine, jest put tn fer safely, dat's all. Cause dis ole Ivy wuz on crutches an' well sir. lie went in a place an' had a few and jest gut up and walked out an' left his crutches behind, when found out didn't hnvc dem lie got ole Sam. our night flat root to put him in for safety till mnr-m- n Don't know if found dem sticks or not. mJ s'-Ole Wes. der day flat foot, didn't SNAKE IN THE GRASS . . . feel so hot during der Jubilee American soldier In Karen cause he hurt his tmek loading der searches prisoner who claim to bull what dey Barbecued, Kinda be civilian der pile the guerilla hard on Wess to hi crippled up so an1 everybody havin so much fun weapon ho woo hiding ia Uio brush. and joyin' themselves. But he is O.K. now an' on the Job. Folks, der is jest o' heap Would like to say hut want to keep vr.i; JITULKE. We jest ain't goin' do no kickin' friends with the editor of our little ole paper an' not take tiv much hut n limp o' pullin' to make It space. We as a whole of our little lugger and better next time. ole Eureka. want to thank you one Shore wuz glad to see you all an1 all for yaur presence here durProspector Sam ing these two great days, the S1L- Eureka. Itah. Box !9 s TgJiy jour child in Provo on-Jo- ( try-in- r b Veteran training disappears as worker supply rises. iJ Two reasons why its your best gin buy (Q) No extra It A ?e orms - The gin that's made with U imported BOTAtims I- t,rr fsyjt-- g .Jt 1 HIRAM WALKERSE;r.2N fO wd. DiOilltd flow 100 Anfio gisln. Hiiai , ' , ,. . .a. 111.