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• THURSDAY, JUNE 23, 1949 BLYTHEVIU.E (ARK.) COURIKR NEWS PAGE VTNV Churchman Airs Sound Doctrine Spiritual Means Urged to OffMt Propaganda of Had* WEIXE8LBY. U*£i., June 23. —A New York Protestant theological professor today urged world congregational leaders to resist Communism generally but ^° ^ clear of the Roman Catholic hier- Ifltrchy's anti-Communist crusade. •^^ Speaking at the international Council of Congregational Churches' eight-day assembly, Prof. John C. Bennett of Union Theological Seminary called for political resist a nee wherever there Is a construe tie altematie to communism. He said "we should resist Its re ligious error and its totalitarianism by soirltual means everywhere. "We should not allow ourselve. to become Instrument* of those wh would wage a 'Holy war 1 agaiiis communism. Here Protestant, should make it clear that they ar not allies of the Roman Catholi hierarchy in Its anti-Communis crusade." Prof. Bennett said "we should ways Insist that center pf any ef fective resistance to communism must be a constructive progri that will do more effectively wha the Communists promise to do Prof. Bennett iairi: "We should never lose contact with the people who are attracted, by communism because It promise* to deliver them from poverty and racial discrimination. The church must not allow the people of any nation to be ostracized. "It Is not strange that people who have never shared the advantages of white, middle clas* Christians in the West find the promises of Ooin- uninist* concerning what thy will do more lnlpressive than the eipla- ationx of Christians concerning Chat they have not done." Hollywood Continued from Page I hasn't given up trying "I'aa at<t«>tBC keiwem >•»•." ah« aaya. "1>*4'a why I i-aaw U H«Uywa*4. 1 wa»i a flbm rar«ef." Pat came to movletown from her home town of Aberdeen. Wash. She was an unknown model until lie won that beautiful leg title. That opened the doors to the studios and more profitable modeling obs. But the "movie role" she received as part of the lot for win- linc the con t tit was a laugh. As she tells U: "U was only a :hree-minute bit in a quickie. It was a dance-hall scene. I danced around the floor twice with the camera eight miles away. A mar rianded me a check for &5S anc said. That will be all Miss Hall.'' "Then a still cameraman aske< me to put on a bathing suit and 1 spent the rest of the day posing FARM LAND GOES UNDER—Mr- "*» tin. Iran RoberUon and ttaeir young son glumly look at a year of back-brcakinf work that will net them exactly nothing. Theiri was one of eiiht lama >• the KoCfea, Colo., area that were rendered completely useless when a raging flood aui(«d over tba- laud right after the planting season. or pin-up pictures. My dRncltm cene landed on the cutting room loor. I'm still gelling fan null rom the pin-up pictures." One fellow thought Pat gave a •wonderful" performance In "Ma nd Pal Kettle." "Why," blushed Pal, "I wasn't even In the picture." IN TI'E rKOBATE COIJBT K>K THE CH1CKASAWBA UlSTmiCT. MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, XBKAVSAS IN THE MATTER OP THE ESTATE Of: No. I MO MYRA B. TUCKER—DECEASED N'OTICB TO CREDITORS Notice is hereby given th»l IH- lera of administration were granted to the undersigned on the I day of June, 194B, upon the estate of Myra B. Tucker—Deceased, by the Probate Court for the CliicVajiaw- ba District. Mississippi County Arkansas. All persons havini; claims or demands agaltut &ald estate "OW at 40,50,60?" — Man, You're Crazy must present Lhem to E. If, HoJt, Blythevllle, ArkmuwLs, duly aulhfn- cated, within six («) N month.s liom Iv* date of the lii*t publication of itis notice or tliey shall be baritd :>ret'«r and precluded fi'om my "AI all draft BWre HJji;ieviile. »i Kir by - _. 70. lt> udlui tuDlo Cw •*»». i bcxlr'i lick o> 'ton ev try where—I n t Woods DTIIR." 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