The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 26, 1947 · Page 5
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, April 26, 1947
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SATURDAY, APRIL 26, 1947 BLYTHEVILLB (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS Commission Will ft f* • <• Be izansiic Lilicnthal Airs Views In Maouzine Article This Week KKW YOHK, A;:ril 26. !UP) K LilientlKd, chairman lie Energy Cc::unission. snld ""today lhat the coi-'misslun .should not become "an atomic I'/iir." and lhat he favored spreading its work -imoiig regional deputies. Lilienthal, \\lio \voii i.ient as chairman of tne commission after a Senate fishl, ex- inc.ssed his view:; in an arlic-lc in Collier's mauazhic "The Atomic Euersv Oomii'is- Mon, 1 ' he Maid, "shoul 1 not become an atomic c/ar. It should not hold all the reins lightly, making all the decision 1 ;, and liku any dictator, diligently covering up its own ini.stakjs. s "The commission v.r.p.h; to Attlee Accuses Churchill Of Mean Attack T. ANEREWS, Scotland. April 20. (UP)— Prime -Minister Clement Attlee accused Winston Churchill yesterday of displaying "incredible meanness" mid "Irresponsible abuse" in his repeated oratorical assaults on the 1/ibor government. 'Embittered by Churchill's needling, the usually mild-spoken Al- llce made a personal attack of exceptional vigor against the wartime prime minister whose deputy Attlee was In the coalition government. "There was not a drop of poli-jy in the torrent of irresponsible abuse in which he indulged," Attlee said of Churchill's speech lo the Primrose League last week. •Attlec told the Scotish trades union congress that Churchill had been the most disastrous chancellor of the exchequer of the 20th century, that he was inconsistent in his attacks on the government's use ol the American loan and he Britain Ucv. Mr. Freeman Th c Rev. P. o. Freeman of Payer, Mo,, will be the speaker at services each morning, 10 o'clock, and each night, 7:45 o'clock, tomorrow through May 11 at Calvary Baptist Church, llith. and , Chi'ckasawba streets, it was announced today by thc Rev. p.H. Jcrnigan, pastor. Music will be under- direction of Mr. and Mrs. C. Ii. Chinn of Ashland. Ky. Special number will be presented Ihroiijjhont the meeting!. | The public is invited, the Kev. , "They take refuge in mere abuse Mr - Jcrnigan said. 11|) wna "!nnd attempt to place resiionsibility r.^T ~.I . tiled deputy general [ for thc ilK , v jt a blc hardship of thc'A^rs. Gardner to Speak door of the ^ t Church of Nazdicr.e avoid what is oltcn the case in | was (ioi "8 Britain bad service by I'Ovenimciit-aHcncy diro:-tio')s — a his attitude on Indian freedom, hierarchy of decision—with every- i On lMt| i". Alllcc said, "Mr. thing ci ; miUK <t<nvn trrjm u , c t 'Churchill never thinks - he only of a pyramid of bureaucratic con-1 B'™* wl '>' to hl f emotions." l, VJ l» I Churchill and his fellow conser- I atives. Attlee said, have no policy for meeting the im.i .sec liiitt the what I'iliciithal said lhat ';ni important part of the m-.inu^emLl>t job I'.'.,[-. >r( ^i i. to clccciitraliice' ••>• ' "•••' ' ' p c';m!niK::ion "should will be iii;.n:iBfi'S in chiirue of vin.le ic- j j ; 7 rE c,u time at the pious and B ivc them Intad :.»- Labol . jjovermncnt." thorny ami responsibility to cope v.Uh ijrobleins m their own bailiwicks." Will Speak Here CHURCH NEWS riHST I'KKSIiyTliKIAN CIIUHtll llnrvcy '»'• Kl<tl1 ' !>: l5lor Sunday Si'huol, IK-ID a.m. Morning Worship. 11 iun. Young Por/ii'.e. p.m. Kvenint; Service, 7:10 p.m. WKUNECDAY rrayer- nicstliiK. 'I:3J p.m. Choir Ichearsal, U:10 p.m. TKMI'1.1; 1SUAKL Woman's C.'lub Dr. Alfred Vise, ratUl Sunday School. 1:30 p.m. S'.Tvlces ill 3 p.m. CA1.VAKY 1IAPTIST CIIDKCH IClh and Chli'kasiiwba Ucv. I'. II. JcrnlgLin, |iiistor Sunday School, 9:45 a.m. Morning worship..11:00 a.m. 1!. T. U., 0:45 p.m. livening Worship, a p.m. CHICAGO. Avril 28. (UP) All engineer and n chemist who work- c<i on the atom bomb mt;ed Mie ""Hi'' 1 " lo<la - v lo forego IH<- bcn- clMj^; atomic power bnr-ause its dcu'flj.-nicnt misfit risk an aliniic wai-. In a-i article in the bulletin of the atomic scientists, Cmhrjerl Daniel and Arthur M. Squires said that the risks of di/vclcpinr; atomic power lor indiiitr.'a! use would bo greater than i.!v.- 1-en- efits. Daniel ami Squires both worked on the Manhattan project.' Caniel is a chemical engineer 1 for the Carbide and Carbon Chemical Corp., at Oar. Ridge, Loral A Long Distance Moving ' Competent Help ana •«alpneul. AAe- qttfctels Irauicd Ooutrkct Hialinf »ud Idlic. BBXVLC«B. J We Guarantee J i i j RECAPPING 1 i «f with i i i ' Hawkinsoa Treads • • i 1 Let Your Next Tires Be! I GENERALS I Conservatives Gain Victory In Jap Elections TOKYO. April 20. CUE')—Conservative candidates won a landslide victory in the Japanese national election today, sweeping at least 370 of the 46C scats In the lower house of the diet. While the tabulation of votes was still in progress late today, it already was apparent that the Japanese people had returned an overwhelming vote of confidence in the right-of-centcr cabinet of Premier Shigcru Yoshida. The premier himself won the mighest number of votc.s tallied so far, with nine of his cabinet colleagues, including Vice-Premier Kijuro Shidehara,- appearing virtually certain of reflection . Communist party candidates faired badly, with only live seats assured. The Kyodo news agency reported that the election returns were a "severe blow to the communists." The defeat of Yoshio Shiga. leader of the communist party and one of the first communists to hold n diet seat, was a major blow to the party. .Over,.30. per cent of the eli 7 giUe voters failed to cast :i ballot,' running as high as 40 in Tokyo. Mrs. Eva Gardner, .persona] work specialist of Kansas City. Mo., will be a speak?!- at First Chinch of the Ni'Kirene from Siuicluy lliroir.:h Wednesday each night at 7:.l'.l o'clocok, it was announced loclav by the -Rev. Daniel Staffords. pastor. Mrs. Gardner bcf'an Sunday School work in the First Churc'i of the N^zirenc in Carthage, Mo. Tile class she taught became a:; large as the entir c Sunday Srh.iol within a jieriod of Uvo years. She has been in evangelistic work for some lime. The public is invited, the Re 1 .'. Mr. Staffords said, when he also announced that the Sunday School planned lo began a drive this Sunday for new members. I'l./.T I.AKK MKTIIOIHST CIUIHCH Buy I/. Mcl.fstcr, pMlor 1st, 3rd and 5lh Sundays: i'rearhlUB services. 9:30 a.m. Sunday School, 10 n.m, and and 4th Sundays: Sunday School, 10 a.m. I.AKK SlllKKT MV.TIKWIKT CIIUKCH Kev. II. II. lllKvins, jiiislor Cliinch school. n:5t) a.m. Morning Worship. 10:50 a.m. Kveninn Wor.'.hlp, 7:30 p.m. Melhodbt Youth Fellowship, ( p.m. 1'raycr Meeting. Wednesday, ' p.m. ri!()MIH!:i> 1 AM) MKTIIOIHST ciniucii lt:iv I.. aU'l.t.ster. nastur 1st. 3rd and 5:h Sundays: Preachhi^ Scrvlce.s, 11 a.m. Sunday school everv Sunday .m. a " 2nd mid 4th Sundays: Preacliiin; services, T p.m. FIIIST IIAl'TIST CIIUKCII E. C. Itruwn, |):ulnr Sunday School, J):-1U a.m. Moruinif Worship, 10:55 a.m. Sj)c- iril music. Traij]in^ Union. C:30 p.m. livening Worship. 7:30 p.m. FIRST CIIUHCI! OK TlIK NA/AKKNK Daniel Stuffords, Vastor' Siiiiiiny school. 0:45 r..m. Morulin, Worship, u a.m. loiniB People's meellne, 7:15 p.m. Kveniin; Worship, a pin. wcuneMtuy jiruyvr wrvlccs, T:30 FIIIST OHHlslfAN CIIUKCII H S. llalrd, pastor Hlblp svlinul, 9:45 n.m. Wornlni! Warship. io;5o R.m. rAwiIng Tndnltig for all oge ;roti|». G:3o p.m. Evening Worship. 7:30 p.m. ASSKMH1.V OI-' GO1> CIIUKCII M'. Iliimsc)-, luslur Stiiulay .School, i):45 a in Morning Worship, M a.m. Chi Lit Ambassador services, 0:30 p.m. Children's church. 6:30 !>m. E™ngc,llstlc Service, 7:30 p.m. MUST MKTIIOmST CIIUKCII Allen I). Stewart, pastor Church school, 0:45 a.m. Worship Service, 10-50 a in Senior M.Y.l-V. (i::)o pm. Inlrrmrdintc! M.Y.I-'., G:'Jrj p.m. Worship Service, 7:30 p.m. Choir jiructlce, Wcdlicsdny, 7:30 pin. CllllltCii OF TIIK 1MMACUI.ATK CONCKI'TION Kc-v. I!. I-'rnncls McDcvltl, ii«.sl»l lev. I'uul II u Jar ski, assistant I>:isl»l Sunday Mnssei 7:30 and IQ-.'IQ p.m. Weekday Masses, 8 p.m. IMaiANIIKI, HAI'TIST CIIUKCII A. M. Houston, jKistor Sunday school. 10 am. Mornlni; Worship. II n.m. Training Onion, 7 pm. Evening Service. 7::io p.m. Wednesday night priiyer -service. 7 p.m. PAGE FIVC cmmcn OF K. W. Stuvall, p»sl«r Sunday School, 9:53 n,m. Worahlp Service. 10:50 i,.m. Bible Study, C:'tr> o'clock, livening Service, a p.m. YAKIIKO MKTIIODlSi CIIUHCIl Kay 11. Mclx'.strr, pislur 1st, 3rd mill 5(li sitndnys: 1'i'cnchlim Services, 7:30 p.m. Sunday school, 10 2nd niwl 4lh Sundays; I'rcndilnij Services, 11 riUiitiM i.irriii:iiAN cuuuou 'Walnut ami ,SUtli Ilcv. llolK'rl Jiirgrr, Jitter Smuliiy sdiool, 10 ».in. Worship Sen-la 1 . 11 SiK'Citil CYnlcnnliil .sciVlce In ou.sen'utlon of iinutvcrsmy of Ihu foinuHn.. of Missouri Synod Lutheran Chiircn (it Chlmitu 100 yi-nrs HKO. '1 UESDAY vSumtav School Teachers' mcot- Inn. 7:l!i | 'Adult lllblc Class, T.Vt p.m. 10 Go To Washington For Tobin Says Price Controls Necessary INDIANOPCr/S. April M. (UP) , —President Daniel J. -robin of Iho ] intrrnnlional teamsters union (AFLt said today that government price controls must be restored immediately to "tiivc us from a B'Ciil- er peril"—the collapse or rce cntcr- ' prise. "Another year ot iDttinu nalnro taki its course will he fatal," Tobin said. 11 " 1 "• ••'• ' • - - ' In an article written for mihli- cnlinn in the teamsters' m;H; ;i ziiie anil thc American federalist. AFL publication. Tobin said the only NUM1IER NINE IIAI'TIST CIIUKCII lloii'iiril II. KhiR. puslnr Sunday School, 0:45 a.m Morning Worship, u a.m. Trahin.g Union, 7 p.m. Evening Worship, fl p.m. Wednesday, prayer meeting, p.m. LILLY S'lltKKT HAl'TIST CIIAI'KI, I). JI. Hlrdsuc, pastor Sunday School, 9:40 a.m. Morning Worship, 10:55 n.m. Training Union, 6:30 p.m. Evening Worship, 7:30 p.m. ' Cost More — Worth More MODINGER TIRE CO. 11G E. Main Phone Z201 J 1 • Plaster ** Stucco © Concrete Phone 3998 •f . C" Highway Fund Conference \ wtl >' l< > h^it "the dizzy dip to m: flation" is to "level off prices somc- ROCK. Ark., April 26-1 where" with price control. "Free enterprise may not last thc year out unless prompt, remedial steps are taken," tobln. said. He said the public's inability to buy at current prices woul<| lead to widespread unemployment. "Then we end up in a depression. Probably such as the world has never seen before. We will be floun- dcrine in thc mud with thc rr I of thc world. Our campaign .to check communism will cvnporalo like thc den- at dawn-" "Nobody chafed under federal controls more tan 1," He said. "Hut I realized they were nccc.wary to save us from a greater peril. GOSI'lil, TARKKNACI.E I). It. Harmon, pastor S'.mdj'.y School. 3:i~* n.sw. Morning Worship, it a.m. Young Peii]ile, C-IT p m. Evening Worship, 7:30 p.n.. Jusfr Arrived! 1 Now 12-ft. Double Duty Meat Case For Information, Phone DELL SCOTT telephone 2250 FIXING STOPS FRETTING! Uiivc pairs NOW AI-I, (1(1110 Dccesstii-y veto your car Pay for it in Easy Monthly Payments LOY EICH CHEVROLET CO. Phone 578 BEN WHITE & SONS GENERAL CONTRACTORS MAIN OFFICE- NORTH TENTH Phone-3151 Come To: ' , . , U-DO-IT LAUNDRY With Those Dirty Clothes Open 7 :i. in. Close 5:30 p. m. TuvKflay unit Thursday Nights Open Till 9 o'Clock 323 North 2nd St. Dr. Jack Webb \ Physician & Surgeon 5 1 Announces thc Opening of His Office \ • . i Lynch Building \ lilylhovillf, Ark. . | Kor I lie (itmcrnl l'riii:lU-i! oJ' Mcilicino J t Off iff I'houc 2i:M Ucsiduncc ZfiSS J GATEWOOD GROCERY Phone 975 Ark.-Mo. Stale Line on the left at the Arch LITTLE (UP)—Three Arkansas highway officials left today for Washington to confer with thc Public Roads Administration and U. S. Engineers. . They were commission chairman Harold Sadler, secretary Neil] Bohand chief engineer W. W. \\ linger Zass. They hoped to get a revision of a federal ln\v providing that the stales must pay for raising approaches to bridges elevated because of flood control work. They are specifically interested in crossings of the Arkansas River, but point out that all other bridge structures in the state come under thc Academy Of Science To Convene In Little Rock FAYE/TTEV1LLE, Ark.. April 20. (UP)—Plans were going forward today for the 31st annual meeting of thc Arkansas Academy of Science in T.ittlc Rock. May 2 and 3. Dr. L. B. Ham of the University of Arkansas and secretary of the aca- Tcnn.. and Squires is n chemist for Hydro Carbon Research, of i New York. j They said that the plants and i facilities necessary for providing | atomic power for industrial use easily could he converted to tne manufacture of atom bombs. demy, announced the dates yesterday. Co-hosts will be the School of Medicine and the Junior Collcge- G.YTEWAY TAtSEKNACl.E Howard Strict Kev. I.. G. IJorah, pastor Church Service. 9:45 a.m. Evening Worship, 7:no a.m. Church Service, Wednesday Friday, 7:30 p.m. and FIIKK Hnnp THE WASHERETTE Automatic'Self Service Laundry will open 8 a.m. — close 9 p.m. 9 11 Wished ^ f IDS. K; 35c Idled ' : ' . .IllidlHi; ' THREE SIMPLE OPERATiONS: 1. Place clothes in Bendix 2. Add soap—wait or shop 3. Take your laundry home in 35 minutes. Crosstown —at Main and Division 7 Crown Kinscy Schcnlcy Philadelphia . . Three Feathers Hill & Hill Old Taylor Four Rosos . . . . K I'l. 1.35 1.35 1.35 1.35 1.35 1.40 ri. 2.65 2.65 2.65 2.65 2.65 2.75 4.35 2.85 ;:| Beer $ GAS, reg ;J Cigarettes per Case 17.9c; Ethyl .per carton. 5tU 4.15 4.15 4.15 4.15 4.15 4:40 6.90 4.50 $3.35 19.9c $1.55 i I I i .* .*..*, .*.-*..*„»,>..*„»..»..*.;*; .*,>"*"»"*; !*]S;'»!>"*">;>;>,>!X'« >"»"•'vvvw*"*"*"^ Sjteel Oil Barrel Racks Anj Site T. L MABRY 423 MISSOURI ST. PIT. 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