The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 25, 1946 · Page 9
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 9

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, July 25, 1946
Page 9
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THURSDAY, JULY 25, 194G BLYTHEVIM.K (AUK.) COUHIEU NEWS r PAGE NINfc Nationals Repel Attack in China Communists Try Sneak Maneuver Which is Foiled BY \VAI.TKK I.OOAN NANKING, July 2S. (Ul'l—Chi- nese Communist troops attempted a "sneak" landing today nt ShenB- kcng, west of the strat(>cic Kiang- yin iiiiviii base midway between Nanking and Shanghai, but were driven off by Nationalist shore Patrols, the official Chinese central news agency reported. Nationalist assault troops contin. lied an advance In North KiaiiM" Province and were reported 4'^ miles north of Nankins, having cracked tin- communist "Nanking- KhanRlia! line" yesterday. The government troops reportedly were smashing forward along a 150-mtlc front, ending any immediate threat to Nanking. The drive cn<lan\;rccv several Communist bases, I-'rom Tallinn, tlio Central News Agency reported that iiO.OOO Communists were massed 120 miles west of the Tsinglao naval base for a new offensive in that area. Communists in the Chimo-Mas- lian sector. 25 miles north of Tsinp,- tao were reported fighting with "increased fury." The agency reported that the American commissioner at Peipln executive headquarters hnd sciu another three-man truce team inlt North KianKSU probably lo be ; Honed at Hwaiyin. 100 miles nort. of Nanking. Severe fighting also was reported hi the Yungantsi-Shwankuo areas. 21 miles southeast of Ilsuch- ow, where were pushing In from Suining. Ten thousand Communists were reported concen- trated'between Siayi, fil miles" ease of Hsuchow, and YenchetiR. 25 miles southeast of Siayi, for attack on Pohsicn. Russian Freed • SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON Reverence for Spiritual Values Scripture: !•)> 211:7; l.ivllinis .Mark 7:5-8; 8: 19-1 1! YW1I.I.IAM K. Cill.UOV, It. I) Tlir Old Testament passages us- jned for this lesson, and one ol frinn tlio New Testament deal with the sin of profanity, tun lest .sin be retarded loo much «: a mutter of \sords rallu-r than ol but deeds, other iwssaiH's In the le;;- lhat his fcr.owiiicn, us (Hid loves (hem and as Ji-sus wrvcd llu'in In ills I'Lirtldy ministry. 1 llUnk this is what Jesus meant, by denyijij; mu'wlf; and In that denliil the scir Invomi'.s not !<"«• iTiUcr. n is a liisin,; of HU' one may lind II. The <lenl:il ' emphniu-. In many ease.s, pro- lunlly is ri'.soiU'il u>, In thu liopo "f uiviiij. slieiij.lh lo Ihclr ssieeeh, I'.v lluw who are weak iintl fce- IJle in expression. It Is Ilic evidence of poverty of mind ami soul, i-alher Ihini ot any slivnuth. And lids explains why ihc nrufaiiliy thai IN e.x- peeted ID nlvo savor and stvfiir.lli Ui wui Ms ri-ally beecimcii Impo- r 1 •Ini: rininl. I hey nev- tuwer, clunueler, and the strong men whiis'. 1 and whose nay Is nay. on notably Murk 8::H-'Jli. stress I „[ sell, in ij,,. I'hrlsliim wnse. is UiL' will to .siilvntion und the ulli- no isroveltnK auasi'immi. tt Is. rath- ttide of heart .mid mind er. ai'ceiiUnuv <>| the sell as ami's One may lie very correct niul'K''c:il rtuluwmenl of man, and him to one's words, yet tall of bcliid u true Christian. The Hue Christian is one who denies himself, and who lakes up his cross mid follows Jesus. What doc.s H mean to deny oneself? In a sense the sell. Hit ego. n man's real belny. Ho may iiriiH! imesi'lr iij tin- di'dieallon ol that self In one':; Maker. This is Ihe e: Html aim supreme tiling In reverence mid spirilim! vuhie.s. It is what the Did Te.sla- meiit tfiiehos. and wlial Jesus i-n- foreed !;y teai'lnnr*. an drxmnple. There Is a imitanilv • of Ihe soul own nothing else, but. lie lias linn-I'l'iil Is WOI-M- than tlii. prolamly •If. Perhaps that is v-hal Je.sns of words, Ihouj'h profanity of -.vun's meaiil. Here Is tlio center of man's ! Is too otien an evidence cl faulty witliiji ilu> Ii reverence lor I lie that hespi'aks Refrigerator Service l-'reil l.aul.T ADAMS APPLIANCE CO., Inc. .T W. Admas ?t\xr. IMlono ^011 2IKJ-OK \V. Mjln CHAMBLIN SALES CO. STUDEBAKER Sales — Service Buy and Soli USK1) CAKS Kill Chamblln — I.r.v Chinnl.Mn Railroad & Ash Sts. Declared "Not Ciuilty" to all tivt counts of efipionayc charged connection with i>lans [or the destroyer tender Yellowslone, I.I. Nicholni G. llcdin, Russian Naval officer, gives the yooil news to his w?t'e over Ihe telephone from Seattle's Federal Courtlionse. Acquittal came after the jury deliberated almost 11-honrs. tNEA Tclcphoto.) decision: he may have nolhim: else to stive, but he can give hiniself to Clod. InsliMd of living j;:r,l for iilm- self and for his selfish ends and satisfactions, he can seek. God's i;ii!(lnncr. tin can love mid serve rl. luck ol line of (!od - -.. <it levernK-'e for Clod 1 tiuiM'l!. In tome, priifaujly | s ,, liablt. Browing out ol an ori:;lnnl use cl swealin-; in an ,-lloi[ ti> b,. smart IIT'S Rolhrock DRUGS Free Delivery Phone 451 an' i Checks Si/rcosis With Aluminum Dust discovered that inhaled aluminum dust provides a coaling which prevents silica from dissolving in the lungs to produce loxic concentrations of silicic acid. In research, the doctor said, he discovered that aluminum dust is more effective for I lie acute type of the disease than for the chronic type. It, also helps prevent n conlin- latloti of the silicolic process alter he last exposure, allowing the tings to return to their normal .tale, the docior said. SALT LAKE CITY (UP)—Aluminum dml has been hailed as nn aid to preventing silieosis. a disease of the lungs caused by prolonged inhalation of silica dust ay miners. Speaking recently at a meeting here sponsored by the Utah Metal Mine Operators' Association, Dr. J. W. G. Hniiiion, medical director for the U. S. division of Mclntyrc research division, Ltd., of Canada, said that the new discovery will help control what Is probably the most, important industrial disease. Dr. Hannon explained that aluminum dust is not a curative but more a preventive. He said that u experimenting with animals, it was WASHER SERVICE Philip Frel icaam Cfefttiors. Fans. IronH *ad Hmsl Appliances Kpjmiretl ADAMS APPLIANCE CO., Inc. J. W. ADAMS. Mjr. lone 2071 206-08 W. Mil Lead pipe, manufactured ,i:id laid n Rome's water system IbOO yours „ p, was pronounced in pcrfjct cou- lition a few years ayo. HOW'S YOUR RADIO We Give 1 to 2 Days Service on any Make. We'll ftliike It Work! Fred Callihan Phone 2642 We Call For and Deliver | Authorized Motorola Radio Sales and Service 106 South First; St. F. L. WICKER MACHINE SHOP Has Just Installed LARGE METAL LATHE BIETAT, SHAPER AND EMPLOYED Well Known Local Machinist With Years of Experience WE ARE NOW EQUIPPED TO DO ANY IS? ELECTRIC AND ACETYLENE JOB WELDING Is Our SPECIALTY ALL WORK IS GUARANTEED Phone 2192 215 N. Second -GINNERS- Don't Leave Blytheville To Get Your Supplies We are in competition with all wholesale supply houses on the following and many other items: U. S. RUBBER CO. BELTING U. S. RUBBER CO. PACKINGS DETROIT BELT HOOKS PYRENE FIRE EXTINGUISHERS WOOD ELECTRIC GIN SAW FILERS WOOD FILES AND GUMMERS GRATON AND KNIGHT LEATHER CRIMPS CRANE VALVES AND FITTINGS WE SOLICIT— Day Phone 515 — Night Phones 873 or 2258 PLANTER'S HARDWARE CO., Inc. \ Home of Famous Brands 126 W. Main Phone 515 p-»r - ^K, INOO OINTMENT 441 CRCAM /Ot SOAP Il-Ol. 'BUBBLE' BATH WOODS DRUG STORE ROY WOODS -Oum«n4- RALPH NlCHOusl ,WE OEUVER .,-•••- << -PHONES 507-508 /22I WEST MAIN ST. NOW OPEN! 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