The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 5, 1946 · Page 12
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, July 5, 1946
Page 12
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PAGE TEN BLYTHEVULE '(ARK.)' COURIER NEWS ' — Merger Proposal Sent to Truman Army and Navy Deal Goes to President For His Approval. > WASHINGTON, July 5. (UP) — The Senate Naval Affairs Ci)inmit- tce has turned the controvert)' over merger of the armed forces back to President Tinman. It directed the Navy Department to prepare for him n brief outlining its objections to the most recent compromise proposal. " Navy objections centered on the provision giving a single cabinet officer "control" ol the Army^Navy and Air Forces. ' Following a closed meeting of the committee, Chairman David I. Walsh, D., Mass., snid Acfl'ng Secretary of Navy W. John Klnney had been instructed to summarize for Mr. Truman the Navy's argn- . ments against features of the compromise measure. ., Walsh satd the committee would not act upon the bill until alter Mr. Truman had commented on this Navy brief. Guar'ds Bomb Photos From Bikini " KWAJALEIN, July 5. (UP)—Millions of Individual pictures were _ taken of the Bikini atom bomb test I was quickly shown.- The SUNDAY The Law in Jesus' Day Sorinlure: Deuteronomy 6:3-9; Matthew 5:17-19; Mark 10:17-22 By WILLIAM E. GII.ROY, |>. H. Jesus snid: "Think not thnt I Bin to destroy the law, or the prophets: I nin not come to destroy, but to fuinil." Whnt wns this Inw which Jesus said He hnd come to fulfill? It wns the Jewish Inw. Bui tlml Itself is not so cosy to define. If we turn to the enrly books of the Old Testament, particularly thc Hooks of Lc- vltlcus mid Deuteronomy, w-i find n muss of rules and regulations thnt, must be bewildering to the average modern render. ' \ But If one examines ninny of these "laws" closely, one finds that, they were designed to regulate 11%' lu o comparatively small and primitive community. Some of Uicm were manifestly wise measures designed to protect the community against disease; others were designed to maintain the morale nnd Integrity of the community. Jesus made a distinction, I think, Stallstlcs show between the moral precepts of the traffic nccld'enli resulted In tin law and mere petty regulations. The death, ,,f 17BU 'persons and njur- law which Jesus fulfilled wns .sum- ing 80,073 in the vcnr of 1!M5 inert up not only by Jesus Himself. S but also by thc lawyer who asked Him, in the prelude to the Pai- able of the Good Snmurltan, what he must do to inherit eternal lllc. "What is written In the law?" asked Jesus. "How reddest thou?" And when the lawyer replied In the two great commandments dealing Murder Clew? ship of the synagogue. They must have left, n profound Impression upon sensitive and si- , rlously minded youth. And we cnn- not overestimate their Importance In the bnrthly life and development of the boy Jesus, subject to ills pnrenls nml nlwnys In the synagogue on the Snbbnlh, "ns wns Ills custom." We cnnnot exaggerate the morn) nml .spiritual Inhcrltniicc tlip world lins'i gained from the Jewish In.v. Many Gentiles before the lime a' Jesus beciimc proselytes to the Jewish religion, drawn to It l)y IU moral, emphasis. The earthly inheritance of Jesus was In.lhe law ntul the prophets, the religion of His home and parents, to which He gave new power and direction. but It likely will be a long time ijelore thc American public will see anything more than the huge mush- Joom-likc cloud sphaling to the stratosphere. '- Press photographers representing the world-wide wire services—newspaper-magazine pool caught rc- Biarkable shots of the atomic fireball In action. ~ The vast majority apparently jBhowed too much action, photographers snid. Security regulations forbid showing anything but the "mushroom part of tiie atomic cloud. ~ Harry Leclenhandler of New York Acme Ncwspictures, who flew in the photo pool plane, found most of his pictures locked in the safes of .the security chiefs. — "Under existing directives my grandchildren may get to see my "pictures but I won't," Ledenhandler said. with love for God nnd love for one's neighbor, Jesus said, "Thou hast answered right; this do and thou shnll live." • But the difference, between formal observance nnd true fulfillment - lawyer, "willing to. justify himself," nsked. "Who is my neighbor?" Koto that Jesus did not say, "Someone who needs your help"; He said, in effect, "You can be a neighbor to anyone who needs your help." Thnt Is fulfillment; H Is nelgh- borllness unlimited. It is ' nelgii- borllness not in terms of the other fellow, but of yourself. The Jewish law reached its morn! icight in thc Ten Commandments, nnd In the passage In Deuteronomy G assigned for this lesson. These verses, known ns thc "Shemu," were recited every Sunday In the wor- V; Read Courier News Want Ads. HOW'S YOUR RADIO yVe Give 1 to. 2 Days Service on. any Make. ' We'll Blake It Work! | Fred Callihan rp.*fd .•'••• : i ; j^Phohe 2642 JrVe Call For and Deliver . t;.J -Aathorizta Motorola.:. ,.Vfe*dio .Salts,and -S«TTlcci. 106 South First St. Dancing Every Tuesday Thursday mnd , Saturday Music tj Duke Doyle Lee NOTICE OF FILING OF AI'I'1,1- CATION FOR UQUOIt 1'KltMlT Notice Is hereby (;lven that the undersigned has (lied with the Commissioner of Revenues <>I the Slate of Arkansas for permit to sell nncl dispense vinous or spirituous liquors for beverage at retail on the ,.SS^v ^••i-^SSK-fffft-;^ According to the FBI, thc fingerprint reproduced above, from the left hand little fmaev'of William Jk'irons, 17-year-old University of Chicago student, matches one fouiul OIL thc ransom note sent to parents ol iju/.uiuic Hognan, (i, kidnaped imd murdered last January. Heircns, arrested for theft, is being questioned in the :-f±^"_;._JJpanan case ._-._,. premises described as The Little, Shop. HotcJ N-tiblo. Broadway and Walnut Streets, Hlylhmlle, Arkansas, Application i.s for permit to bo issued for operation beginning on thc 1st day of J'/ly, IfllC ami to expire on the 30th day of June, 1047. Jessec F. Stitt. C128-7J5 CdlL-3984 Used Ice Refrigerators - 50-75-100 Good Used Singer Sewing machine—sews like new NEW CEDAR CHESTS—New Perfect Sleeper Inner*pring Mattresses — Box Springs Alvin Handy Furniture Co: 301 East Main Phone 2302 All our Employees are War Vettrmns. Top Prices for Cattle, Hogs Short haul — Less shrinkage and no commission means more money for your livestock. LEO SWIFT BUTCHER'S ABATTOIR Phone 3458 r RAIN INSURANCE... For Your Freshly Washed Co 24 Hour Insurance—25c If it rains within 24 hours after you have had your car washed at our slot ion and you are a holder of our Card, just present f Card within 48 hours and we will wash it again—FREE! 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Any protest should l» In writing niul illed In the office of the City Clerk. JOE CARNEY. City Engineer. OF NOTICK OF GRANTIN MQUOK PERMIT Notice is hereby Kiven that the Crmiml.s.sitmcr of Revenues of the State of Arkansas has ls.sued a permit, No. 181, to Phillip Anplobaum to sell and dispense vinous or spirituous liquors Jor Ijcveragc at retail on the premises described us 112 North 2nd Street. Biytlievillc. This permit, issued on the 1st day of July, 1946, and expires on tlis 30 day of June, 1947. MiJlip Applebaum Permittee. 6I28-115 WASHER SERVICE Philip Frel Vacuum Cleaners, I'nim, Iron* and Small AliplrauiTA KojinlrcJ ADAMS APPLIANCE CO., Inc. J. \V. ADAMS. MBr. Phi™ 2071 20U-08 W. Slain CHAMBLIN SALES CO. ; 83163 Studebaker Service WE BUY AND SELL GOOD USED CARS Lex Chamblin Bil , chamblln Phone 2195 Railroad & Ash Sta. FOR SALE Concrete Building Blocks Also CULVERTS 12 inches to 48 inches We ore Dealers for THE FAMOUS WATERPROOFING Osceola Tile & Culvert Co. 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