The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 5, 1954 · Page 3
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BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURiEJt PAG1 THRU Church Needs Spirit Of Realism in Upset World, Bishop States MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — An upset world calls for a spirit of realism from, all churchmen, one of its leaders told the World Anglican; Congress, opening its first global conference in 46 years here today. "If there is no room for despair, certainly there is no room for ease," The Bight Rev. Henry Knox Sherrill of New York, presiding bishop of the Protestant Episcopal Church of America, told the 600 church and lay delegates. The ivory tower is a luxury which cannot be afforded in the world of the hydrogen bomb." Dr. Sherrill said world evils could not be overcome by any marginal faith and that isolationism, both within and without the church, is a thing- of the past. "God works His will in many ways and through many groups," the bishop continued. "Take out of this world every communion but the Anglican and we should be in a parlous state. We must have a view of the wholeness of the Christian church." To Study Church Mission The bishop emphasized that this 10-day session would be given over entirely as a forum for current Anglican thought and information for delegates from 14 national churches on every continent. "We must deal with the great theme of God's redemptive purpose and the world wide mission of the church," Dr. Sherill said. In a solemn and colorful procession last night, churchmen and lay delegates paraded into the Minneapolis Auditorium in a service consecrating it as a meeting place. All Anglican churches but the Chinese were represented. Leaders said the Communist government had refused permission for delegates to leave that country. Dr. Geoffrey Fisher, archbishop of Canterbury who, with Bishop Sherrill, led the procession, told the assembly afterward that the sense of truth was being distorted by the evils of propaganda and atrophied by moral decay. Pockmocks on the face of the moon may be due to bomblike hits by meteorites, according to some astronomers. Red Army Sent To China Coast U. S. Envoy Called To 'Urgent' Parley In Washington TAIPEH, Formosa c^P) — A former Chinese Nationalist news agency said today a Communist army has been shifted to China's costal Pu- kien Province opposite Formosa. There was no official confirmation of the report distributed by the Interior Ministry's Tatao News Agency. It said the information came from underground contacts on the Red-held mainland. The U.' S. 7th Fleet guards For-. mosa from attack and top officials i in Washington reportedly agree privately that the United States would go- to war in the event of a major Red attack. Envoy Called Back SAN FRANCISCO (/P) — Robert McClintock, U. S. charge d'affaires! in Indochina, arrived by plane tonight enroute to what he described as "an urgent conference" in Washington. He planned to leave almost immediately for the nation's capital. McClintock said he had been sum- j moned to Washington by Secretary of State Dulles. Beyond that he would make no comment. Red Renew Complaint LONDON (£>)—Russia has renewed its complaint that U. S. military planes are shadowing Soviet merch- ant ships in Far Eastern waters. The Moscow radio said last night that Foreign Minister V. M. Molo- Uniied States charging American tov had fired off a note to the planes with violating freedom of the seas by flying over Soviet mer- chantment in the Formosa area. Red Trade Pact Sigrned TOKYO (£") — Moscow radio today said a barter trade agreement was signed between Communist China and Indonesia. The broadcast heard in Tokyo quoted a Jakarta dispatch as saying negotiations reached an agreement in Jakarta. It said Red China will exprot cotton, textiles, ligt industry machinery, and Indonesia corpa, coffee, quinine, and other raw materials. Son of Radio's -Andy' Died of Kidney Infection LOS ANGELES (£>) The 7-year- old son of Charles Correll, Andy of radio's Amos 'n' Andy, died of an j prospect for Tennessee voters as the acute kidney infection, the county j weatherman said early today the Tennesseans Settle Hot Races Today NASHVILLE, Term. — Sen. Estes Kefauver, whose endless handshaking and political tub thumping almost won him a presidential nomination in 1952. will find out today if he is popular enough with voters in Tennessee to win a second Senate term. As title-holder he had to meet the Rep. Pat Sutton in the Democratic primary while the nation's youngest governor, Frank Clement, bid for a second term against his bitter political enemy, former Gov. Gordon Browning. Clear skies and weather as hot as .e campaigns themselves were in NOTICE OF NEW ESTATES ON WHICH ADMINISTRATION HAS BEEN COMMENCED Notice is hereby given that thej following is a list of estates onj which Letters Testamentary or ofj Administration were granted dur-j ing the month of July, 1954 with! the date issuance and the name I and address of the executor or! administrator: j No. 2252 Estate of Mary Ann j j Henson, deceased. Letters of Ad-1 | ministration issued to Byron j | Morse, c/o Mississippi County Ab- j ' stract Co., Blytheville, Arkansas i on July 12, 1954. j No. 2256 Estate of Annie Eliza-! | beth Murchison, deceased. Letters i | Testamentary issued to Georgia I j Jones Webster, 720 Clark Street, j i Blytheville, Arkansas on July 28, i ! 1954. j Witness my hand and seal as i such Clerk this the 3rd day ofj August, 1954. ELIZABETH BLYTHE PARKER, County and Probate Cierki By RUTH C. BES«, D. C. */• autopsy surgeon said yesterday following completion of toxicological tests, John Correl succumbed July 5 in Santa Monica hospital. It was believed at first he might have died of poison used in at his home. a paint sprayer An Eisenhower Loses ABILENE, Kan. (JP) — A third cousin of Dwight Eisenhower failed to win the nomination for sheriff in the President's home county. Carl Eisenhower came out third best in the three-man race in Tuesday's primary election. He is a Republican. 1 mary. temperatures would climb to 100i Democratic primary winners are! virtually certain to win the Novem- i ber election in predominantly Dem- j Walters said between 625,000 and i mocratic Tennessee. The Republican j ! hove no candidate in the guberna- j torila race. Their main strength is { in upped east Tennessee where two i Republican congressmen have no i serious ^opposition for renominatibn.' or higher. State Democratic Chairman H. S. 650,000 votes will be cast in hisi party's primary while GOP Chairman Guy L. Smith said 125,000 would vote in the Republican pri- SWIM NOW! Moxley's Clearpool At Walker Park Blytheville OUR NEW OPENING TIME Daily Except Sunday 10 a.m. 'til 9 p.m. See our New Modern Filteration Plant and Chlorana- tor that makes the water perfectly pure and Healthful to Swim in. ASK ABOUT RENTING THE POOL FOR PRIVATE PARTIES ES T EARLY MORNING OR AFTER 9 P.M. SWIM AT MOXLEY'S CLEARPOOL DAILY BOIff WAN MR Trade Your Old Watch Now! f • • Get A BIG Allowance Gt Dreifus OFSUMMBR TIRC LOWEST PRICES OF THE YEAR. We're cleaning out summer stock*. unow. SALE ENDS TRADE o ALLOWANCE B. F. Goodrich Atf UTTER THW Em!. Value Handsome $1 Week $1 Week $27 50 $29 75 Stunning Masculine $1 Week SI Week SILVERTOWN Trade your old tires now and get up to $7.85 trade- in per tire! Ride safely oc Silvertowns—the tires that come OQ new cars. LIST PRICE.WlTHOUt TRADE-IN..-$22.60 6.70-15 PIUS TAX your recoppoWe ffre SPECIAL TRADE-IN PRICES ^™ Si is 6.00-16 6.50-16 6.40-15 6.70-15 7.10-15 7.6O-15 8.00-15 8.20-15 List prk* wrth- *«t trade-in $20.60 25.40 21.50 22.60 25.05 27.40 30.TO 31.40 ^^ Pl*t tax and yavr r*cappabt* tir* $15.45 19.O5 16.12 16.95 18.79 20.55 22.57 23.55 B. F. Goodrich Enviable • Outstanding$1 Week $1 Week Gorgeous Serviceable $1 Week 81 Week 53375 $3975 $4750 Allowances ARE BIGGER THAN EVER! D. r. vrooaricn SBH DEFIANCE 11 6.70-15 LIST PRICE WITHOUT TRAD€-IH $16.95 *p/ws tax and your rtcappab/* fir» LIST PRICE WITHOUT TRADE-IN $14.95 B. F* Goodrich CAVALIER Brand new • Not seconds • Not takcoffs SPECIAL ALLOWANCE APPLIES whether you trade 1, 2, 3 or 4 tires! *p/u$ fox and your recappab/e ffr« -V, Breath- Taking Accurate Enchanting 31 Week SI Week SI Week $1.25 Week $29 75 M9 75 $49 75 $65°° Charming: Mannish So Lovely Distinctive $1 Week $1.25 Week $1.50 Week §1.75 Week You're better off at Driefus where prices and terms are lower and trade -ins higher. USE YOUR OlD WATCN AS DOWN PAYMENT! AS LOW AS $1*00 DOWN PUTS ANY B. F* GOODRICH TIRE ON YOUR CAR, NOW! $57" *62 50 TERMS A RE EASIER JHAH EVIRI Meet Dreifus .W. wear Diamonds WEEK COMPARE THE SAFETY—Seals punctures permanently. Protects against bruise-blowouts. Defies skids. B. F. Goodrich \ TRADE 4 LIFE-SAVER «*"**> Tubeless Tire) SffB7O COMPARE THE COST. Get B. F. Goodrich LIFE-SAVERS-/^ tubeless with the mostest. Buy during this sale and save. They fie standard wheels. I m m *** I 6.70-15 1 7.10-15 $3 7.60-15 I 8.00-15 1 8 -20-15 List Pric* p«f Ttt« Without TrwfcMH PI** 7*x $34.65 38.45 42,20 46.15 48.35 TRADE 2 Allowance PW R«cappabJ« Tir* $6.06 6.73 7.39 8.08 8.46 Sal« Pricn p«r Ttr* With Trad*-fn Plot Tax $28.59 31.72 34.81 38.07 39.89. TRADE 4 AJ1«W«M* fNW R*cappab!« Tir* $6.93 7.69 8.45 9.23 9.70 fetor™* p*rtV» With Trad*-Jii Plwt Tax $27.72 30.76 33.75 36.92 38.65 There are more B. F. Goodrich Tubeless Tires in use than all other makes combined! B.F. Goodrich 316 WEST MAIN ST. 417 W. MAIN

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