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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, June 5, 1946
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BLYTOEVILLj (ARK.) COyRIKR NEWS, WEDNESDAY, JUiNE 5, 1.94Q Swing| Music foundsi Spur Nofe on Galilee Wore I to Measure WouM Keep T,s«n-Agers on Call. ; *_BV JOHN L. CUTTER * Press SUlf Correspondent .WASHINGTON!, June. 5. (UP,) — The Senate today offered the highest nftHtary pay In history to maintain a 'record ' voturtteer army but tentatively authorized a continued teen-age draft If necessary. "rive, house, however, probably will balk st conscripting the teen-agers. It,' already has . voted twice this year "against calling tliem up now that line shooting Is over. A compromise will have to be worked, out, by n senate-House conference commit Ice if Uie draft law Is to be extended beyond its June 30 deadline.-- • '•• • '• -Seriate opponents of 'continuing th e draft hnd one last chance 10 reverse the picture today. It was on nn amendment by Sen. Chapman Hevercomb, R., W. Va., to continue Die draft law until May 15 but forbid inductions unless Congress finds it necessary in the Interest of ; national security. : i •The effect would be to continue on the books a draft law that was completely liionewtlve. 'Rejercomb's' amendment was given obsolutely no chance of approval although his determination to argue at length prevented final Senate action last night on draft-extension legislation. •-Enlistments Encouraged -V \ -• -' Before reaching th^ Revercomb Amejijlmcnt the Senate voted to: 1. Extend the draft to May 15. 2. 'Permit drafting of single men frorrf'18 to 45, provided the armed forces stay within announced gonlsjfor the coming -year. 3. Rnis e the pay scale for en- lisle£ personnle to encourage volunteering. ' 4. 'Limit every draftee to an 18- month hitch. 5. Specifically exempt from the draft all fathers, scientific students and "teachers and veterans ' with honorable discharges who already have., been overseas or served six months in the United States. A 'War .Department spokesmar said .the extra .precaution to prevent; -re -call Ing veterans was unnecessary. He claimed nothing ol the soft wasjn prospect. Nevertheless, the amendment was offered. '"The Senate approved the teenage draft hy the overwhelming vote of 53 -to 26. It was a sharp rebut . to the House which voted las March and again in May on a Jrif; l*stop-gap extension that the draf oge should be raised to 20. I r Thc House bill also would hnl nl\ "drafting Feb. 15 and Impose a . until , Oct.- ,...\B creased P<xy scales into its draf extension measure whereas th Hoiistjt? passed n separate bill on the sabject. ' 221^Get Degrees AC University lr^>Fayetteyille FAVETTEViliE? Ark., June 5. (UP)-TThe University ol Arkansas today-^cha'lked up an additional 221 rjginqs on Its alumni roster. In .^commencement exercises on the cwnpus here Monday, 185 seniors arid 36 graduate students were BiyerCL'decjrces, along with three others-who got honorary LI..D de- greesr three distinguished alumni citattehs and two associate certl- licateg.j ' . ' ^ The-eommencement address was delivered; by Dieane ; W; Malott, chanSelldr"' 6f the' University of Kansa's, He urged the graduates to exert leadership, show adventurous spirit,- and take part in history instead; ot trying to escape It. First Pnracbute Descent The .first parachute ever to drop to eartTfffqrn any kind of aircraft landecj in r Prance not far Irom thc- spot where Allied paratroops landed orrn-Day. Andre Oarnerln made the descent from a balloon on Oct 22, 1793: • SUNDAY SCHOOL LBSON Training for Service Scripture: MJ^rk 0:7-l»j Luke 10:1-2; 14:25-27 Festival To Open July 25 The Club Lido, above, a ilunkinff, clnncmg, bitlunt' icsoit on tlic shore of the Sea ot Galilee at Tiberias, Palestine, "with its dancinu and swing music . . . ofTciHls the sensibilities of many Christian people," according to the Anglo-American Inquiry Committee which recently investigated protests First (lancing club on Galilee's shores since the clays of the wicked Herod Anlipas, the Lido, originally German-owned, is reported under lease from Palestine's enemy property custodian. Boston, Symphony Planning Now for Annual Performance. By EVELYN BROWN United Press Staff Correspondent LENOX, Mass. (UP)—The Boston Symphony Orchestra o]>ens its annual Berkshire music festival Jill;, 25 in gala prewar style at Tnngle- wood; ' In the hills of wcslcn Massachusetts. A series of nine concerts extending over three week ends will b> given in a bucolic setting. Thousands of music lovers from ever} corner of the nation are expected to attend. Some will have seals ir the music shed. The others spra\\ helter-skelter on the lawns of th rambling 200-acre estate—nre on of luck if It rains. The program begins nnd enrt with Beethoven symphonies. Hov; ever, conductor Serge Koiisscvitv.k his Included the works ol modt; comixjsers, among whom nre Hach- Steele News Mr. and Mis. Joe Gates ami hildrcn, of Ocean Side, Calif., have irrlved in Steele to mnke their ionic. E<1 F. Carlock of Dongola, 111., s the guest of Mr. and Mrs. P. B. 3 ender and relatives. Condition of Herman Wader, who :ias been undorgoihi; treatment at the Veterans' Hospital in Mcmphh Is much Improved. Mrs. Lester Moore and" son, of Benton Harbor, Mich., have returned to their home after having been the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Prccl Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Byron Weaver and children are spending n three weeks' vacation at points in the Ozarks. Fort Smith Man Heads Arkansas U. Alumni • BV WILLIAM t. OILKOY, I), U. 'In his book, "The Man Nobody Knows," Bruce Barton writes of Jesus as comparable to the big busltu'ss executive of today. Tlie comparison has never seemed lo me a happy one, but it does ixe an aspect of the ml s that has not been clcncly recognized. We think of Jesus as the quiet. Teacher In the fields, or by the lake, or on the mountain, speaking in parables, conveying the deepest teachings in seemingly casual incidents nnd contacts, traveling about surrounded by His disciples. Actually, He was tin effective organizer, 'carefully Instructing and training His (ll.sciples, sending them forth to be "fishers of men" ninety as tlio master salesman of today might direct a sales force. In n sense, those disciples were going forth to ".sell" the Kingdom. .They h:id n gospel to proclaim, am! Jc.sus told them how to do it, as He gave them the incentive to go about it. The Twelve 'weren't always with Im. He sent them out through the lltigcs, two by two; and they were pparcntly so successful in their lissiou thai He appointed 70 more, •horn He trained and sent out in he same way. Part of their mis- ton was to go into the places !o which Jesus would himself come, present-day terms, 'they might la'vn linen called advance, or mih- Icitv, agents. liut they were more than that. Jesus h:ul told them that they would have power, and they returned from their mission full of surprise and rejoicing, saying, "Lord, 'e\/n the devils are sub- nto as." They might have had competent among his followers. The wprlcl could stand- a revival of the ways by 'which the gospel and the church have achieved tlielr greatest triumphs. FAYETTEVILLE, Ark., JUne 5 (UP)--S. W. Creekmore of For Smith today headed the Arkansa. Alumni Association of the Unl verslty of Arkansas, after 'his elec tion yesterday at the group's an nual luncheon here. Other officers named wcre/Tal Moody of Memphis; first vicepfes: dent; Drew Lander of kittle Roe] second vice president; and Maupi Cummings of Payettcville, trea-s urer. ' but Jesus bade them to rejoice rather that their names were written in heaven. These men had something real and positive to declare. They could tell of the wonderful Man they had come to know—of how He found them aiitl they found Him. They could say ."Come and see." The world needs today more of i that simple, cnrly Chrlstla'n evangelism—people telling in plain ways I of the Christ they have found. This method that Jesus employed has hud the same results whenever and wherever put into practice by His followers. One of the greatest emulators of his Master wns John Wesley, founder of Methodism. A traveling preacher and teacher, going about wherever people would listen to him .asserting that the whole world was his parish, he was even more remarkable as. an organizer than as a .scholar, theologian, and preacher. • He or/.nizcd and trained lay preachers, he established classes and class-leaders, small groups meeting regularly for testimony and counsel, led by the more aggressive and NOTICE Notice is hereby given that the undersigned w.ill within the time fixed by law apply to the Commissioner of Revenues of the State of Arkansas for a' permit to sell beer at,'retail at Main St., Lcachvlllc, Mississippi County. The undersigned states that he is a citizen of Arkansas, ot good mor:d character, that he has never been convicted of a felony or other criiyin 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 any other state, relating-to the sale of alcoholic liquors. J. W. Alexander. Subscribed and sworn to lx?fore me this 3 day of June, 1940. Mrs.' Marshall Dlnckard (Seal) Notary Public. My commission expires March 9, 1949. The gloves of all baseball players, except the catcher, curry restrictions iis to size and weight. ' For Your Stanley's Household Cleaning Chemicals, Furniture Cleaner, Wlnduw Cleaner, Woodwork 'Cleaner . Call MRS. ALMA SCIIEKER Residence Phone 839 For River-Washed UNO and GRAVEL Phone 965 We Also Sell, Good Black Sandy Loam, and Dirt tor Fills LARKIN SERVICE STATION 219 East Main St. K. M. I.arkln Hulen Holmes rrianinoff, .Copland, ahcf'\iartiriu. Shostakovich ' ' ' Vancouver, British Columbia, located .on the Columbia river. THE BEAUTY CLINIC Margaret Deea Smith, Owner BWr. Phgne K74 Pre-Festival Series Before the opening of the festival, the orchestra under the direction of Dr. Koussevitzky will give n series of 'four chamber music concerts comprised solely of the music of Bach and Mozart. Longtime favorites, including Bach's Brandenburg Concerto and Mozart's Jupiter Symphony, arc on the program. The festivals have been held un- nually since their inauguration in 1934. Each time they draw a bigger crowd! The Tnnglcwood estate, Where once Nathaniel Hawthorne lived and wrote "Tanglewoocl Talcs," was presented to the symphony orchestra in 1930 by Mrs. Andres Hepburn and. her aunt, Miss Mary A. Tappan.. The shed was built in 193J. A crowd of 95,000 persons gathered for the series of concerts in 19-11. School to Reopen Nearly a month before the opening of the festival the Berkshire music center opens for six weeks beginning July 1. Unique in purpose, the school gives young musicians a chance to polish their performance before entering the professional fields.' The faculty of the school is composed of the nation's big names in music, including composer Tjconar.l •Bernstein, Orcgor Pialigorsky, Aaron -Copland nnd opera expert Goldovsky. The school was closed during the war,, but now has accepted :r.oio thai) 300 students in various departments, such as composition, instrumentation, conducting, and opera. The opera department plans a performance ot Benjamin Britten's opera, "Peter Grimes," a that was composed for Tanglcwcixl and produced in England last summer. Junior Red Cross to Conduct 10-Day School LITTLE. ROCK. June 5. (UP) — Junior Red CFOS.S leaders from eight south-central slates were ready today to converge UIKUI Little Rock, the site or ti leadership training center opening tomorrow. The leadership school, which will last 10 days, will open at Camp Clear Fork near here. It is on e of three such programs to be held this summer In (he midwest. Mure than 05 Junior Red Cross leaders were expected ' to attem from Kansas. Colorado, New Mexico, Texas, Oklahoma, Missouri, Illinois ami Arkansas. Read Courlor News Want Ads. Read Courier News Want Ado. Bowel Cleaning Of Inner-Aid Medicine One nmn recently took INNER- AID three days: and said afterward that he never would have believed his body contained, so much filthy substance. He says his stomach, intestines, bowels and whole system were so thoroughly cleansed that his constant headaches came to an end, several pimply skin eruptions on his face dried up overnight, and even the rheumatic pains in his knee disapjxiared, At .present, he Is an altogether different man, feeling fine in every way. INNER-AID contains 12 Qreat Herbs; they cleanse bowels, clear- gas from stomach, act on sluggish liver • nnd kidneys. Miserable p^o- pic soon feel" different all over. So don't go on suffering! Get INNER- AID. Sold by all drug stores here 5, WEST'S DENTAL CARE 1 Miracle-Tuff EXTON.BRISTLED TOOTH 0RUSH GujuntccJ CrtC fit 3 yv3i!•' OfU Miracle TOOTH PASTE Or West's refreshing ' ^QC v tOGiti c/ejnser «3*7 LARGE JAR VASELINE For burn 4 QC< treatment, . IO'; Tor sunburn, too. , KIRBY DRUG STORES MAIN AT SECOND — BROAD WAY- DIVISION BLYTHEVILLE ARKANSAS Cash Prices for Balance of Week. We f/qve Moyed! Riqies Land Co. Now Located in The Hale Building Across from City. Halt Call or sec RUSSELI, E. KIALKS if you have a Farm for Sntc or Trade in Northeast Arkans;is Qr Southeast .Missouri. Where Your flowers Arc—You Are! One call to us will arrange lo have your remembrances sent,, not just once, but month after month. Ask about this plan. I^FLOWER SHOP r.T.D. Benin We Dettrcr Aaywtor* Ph. 491 Mrs. J. M. (MM) Williams, owner G|CD«M Bldf. mil"""" 1 75c Siie 8A?13*SOL SHAVE CREAM 43 C (Limii'l) I '' Jl V/.algrcen's Siie I j! ""li Pkg. 10 BLADES MINERAL Uis.p. PINT BOTTLE (Limit t) LYON'S ' POWDER Ho me-Made Ice Cream Pint 25c $115 SWAMP ROOT.98C SU5PERUNA . . . praJWI 1 CUTICURA SKIN SOAP ^ °3!? c R «9«J (Limit 2) ||(|1' ll|| 25c Size SHINOLA SHOE WHITE 'MANGE Dial 23fl For Complete Protection • ACCIDENT & HEALTH • HO6PTTALIZATION ' • FIRE • AUTOMOBILE • LIABILITY • BURGLARY \ • PLATE GLASS • •» TORNADO • SURETY BONDS • .AVIATION F'IST MT10IAL INSURANCEAGENCY • , w'fcT-"""'"• Refrigerator Service OP. ALL KINDS—CALL W. O. BLUE Phone 2918 or 2642 FELIX A. CARNEY City Radio Repair Radios, and Appliances 324 E. Main St. Phone 2407 HOT ENOUGH To 00 Yes, there will be sonic new tractors this year. We don't know just how many, but we are sure there won't be enough for everybody. That's why we're suggesting that you give us a list of the parts you nccJ for your old tractor, just in case you're not able to buy a new one. You can't lose, you know . . . any money you spend, for part) will boost your trade-in value. DELTA IMPLEMENT COMPANY. Blythavilk, Ark. McCORMICK-DEERiNG MACHINES, PARTS AND SERVICE 50c ATABRINE ! "29c' L ' S |||i.......iH 1 LISTER^E TOOTH POWDER 33 C ^lo us eh old Thermometer 59c j|H.i»«<ii||| ; $I.QO Size WLOROOT CHEAM-Oli 79c CE-LECT STATIONERY 59 C .18 sheets, envelopes ol superior aper. 10 C HANG-UP • MAREE MOTH CAKE I WAVE SET 0". Fcd«.ol E.ciie Ta«'on A htew Montag Informal Notes. 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