The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 21, 1952 · Page 2
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FA«* TWO Bl/YTHEVIU.E (ARK.) COURIER WEDNESDAY, MAY tl, 1«M Too Many Christians Are So in Name Only, Presbyterians Say By GEORGE CORNELL , son, of ChlCBBO. moderate of the MEW YORK L« — Too many Christians arc that In name only. They don't apply their creed sufficiently to Ihe way they live and run their country. This view was voiced repeatedly by ministerial and lay lenders at sessions prior to the opening of the 164th annual General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church U.S.A. in Hie General Assembly — The church hns been silling too long on a cushion, obsessed with gadgets. We need to reflect a new quality of life, of (he animation of Christ. Democratic Congressman Brooks Hays of Arkansas — The Christian man must emerge from the house of fntlh into the area of the people. The "We are making nothing like the impact on our time thru the (irst Christians made on theirs," said the Rev. Robert J. McCrnckcn. of New York's Riverside Church. "We have failed to indicate tho Christian solution to Ihe problem of international relations, or to deal energetically with great social evils which lie like a blight upon man's common life." More than 1.200 church leaders from throughout Ihe country are here for a two-day conference on evangelism, which began ycslcr- day. Assembly (o Open The General Assembly, lop Presbyterian governing body, opens tomorrow. At sessions yesterday and Jast night, there were these words about the effectiveness of Christ! enity in modern life: influence spiritual of righteous men— resources of the church — arc our only hope in these fateful times, C.nds of Jrmij Silver The fiev. John Sutherland Bonnell of the Fifth Avenue (New York) Presbyterian Church—There is n])|i:.ll[i)K evidence of corruption and venality throughout America. Materialism has oaten into the , heart of our land. We have raided j gods of iron, silver, polrl and wood. We need a great, breath of God blowing through the nation. McCrackcn, lii.st night's principal speaker, asked: "Have we lost what the lirsl Christians had: "Is our religion a dynamic force In us, or Is it a formality?" ile suggested that a largo proportion of modern Christians "are only conventionally Christian" and arc "ignorant of what Christianity stands for In some cases, apathetic •rench Rush Work on Bond Issue To Smoke Out Hoarded Gold PARIS UV-France's Parliament be cashed In for the first five years SEN. WII.EY AND IJRH)E-TO-I!E — Sell, Alexander Wiley (B- Wisi and Mrs. Dorothy McUrlde Kydd have a good reason for these smiles—tlie Senator obtained n liccn.se to marry the attractive 41-year- old widow at Alexandria, Va. Wiley, who will be 68 this month, Is grandfather, and has been a widower since August 1048. Mrs. Kydd came here in 19-13 from her native England with the British Air Ministry and recently has been secretary to a private attorney in Washington. The senator would not say when the wedding will take place. (Ar Wlrepholo) ushed through a bill last night to after purchase. ;oat a two-billion-dollar bond issue (•signed to smolce out vast quan- ties ol hoarded gold and help ush back Inflation. Premier Antoine Plnay staked ,1s government's life on the bill, vhlch he considers a necessary art of his "save the franc" pro- rnm. The measure, which cleared .•oth houses In one evening, will ie the value of the bonds to the ree market price of gold. It Is believed the price will be determined by the price of the gold ouls on Ihe free market during ic past 100 days. The louis sold Monday for 3.080 francs ($11.30), as compared with an official price of 2.266 francs (46.40) at the $35 an-ounce official rate at which the United States has pegged gold. Buyers of the new securities will be guaranteed anonymity to give them a secure feeling when selling their hoarded gold to buy the new bonds. Banks will charge no com mission to buyers who turn In gold for bonds. The bonds will pay 3'/ 2 per cen Interest tax free. They will not be subject lo capital gains or inherit ance taxes, The bonds may Hobby Becomes Career For Trainer of Birds ROCHESTER, N. Y, <fl>) — Bill Burns' hobby took up so much of his time he ended up by quitting his advertising Job. Now he has a trained-bird act he puts on in theaters and nightclubs all over the country and on television. He has a troupe of 13 African love birds who do such stunts City Paints Hydrants WISCONSIN RAPIDS. Wis. VP>— This city has painted Its (ire hydrants so firemen can tell at Rlance how much'\vater to expect, from the water main. WORLD'S IARGEST SELLER AT 10C The color To the paint shows the ize of the main. The colors red, white and blue painted on the hy- dratn cap denote 4-. 6- and 8-inch mains re.spectively. Hydrants painted all yellow are connected to 10- inch mains while preen hydrants ndicate 12-inch mains. ns mall letters, push b«by e*rriaft«t and crank out a complete wm&hing. Of course, all prope arc blrd-sta» miniatures. Burns says there's no substitute for patience In btrd training. It take* almost a year to train a bird. The Rev. Harrison Ray Ander- nnrt indifferent in many more/' Police and Coeds Cool Off New 'Panty Raiders' over Nation By The Associated I'ress I The collegiate panty raiders bit Bgnfn In many .sections of tho nation last night but coeds and police stymied most of their efforts to filch lacy souvenirs. There were some arrests and H few reports of damage. In general, however, the \mdie- enatchers seemed somewhat less boisterous than the thousands of youths from nearly a dozen schools that joined in the latest college craze Monday night. At the University of Pennsylvania last night 200 policemen and four fire engine companies prevented men students from raiding two women's dormitories and EL nurses' home. An estimated 1,500 to 3,000 youths were in the crowd. Twenty-two more rebellious stu- dente were taken to the police station and later released with warnings. Twelve University of Tennessee students were arrested during wild demonstration. Carloads of students toured the campus ore a atiootlng out street lights but no attempt was made to repent the panty forays of the previous night. Police halted a potential raid at Auburn (Alabama Polytechnic In- stitute) when several hundred stu- ient.s gathered. Students at Washington State Col- .cge reported some success in their forays at Pullman, Wash. About 250 Invaded five housing units nnd picked up undies In four. Coeds drenched some with water and two raiders were arrested, At Columbia. Mo., site of Ihe University of 'Missouri, the entire police force, armed with night sticks and tear gas. patrolcd the streets but no unusual incidents were reported. The loctvl National Guard unit also stood by. Other demonstrations last night occurred nt Kansas State College, Temple, West Virginia University and the Universities of Arizona, Georgia and Alabama. Maryland GOP To Be Open? Gov. McKeldin Favors Such Action ANNAPOLIS. Md. W)—Gov. Theodore R. McKeldin, a invorUe-son candidate himself, asserted today he wants no other strings tied to Maryland's 24 Republican National Convention votes. An his party's top man In the state, McKeltllti la likely to have more sny thtvn anyone else about choosing the 24 delegates nnd alternates who will be elected at a state meeting in Bnltlmoro this Saturday. McKeldin expects them to elect him national commit Iceman. He also snid rrmny party lenders "have very kindly said they would like to Council Considers Law On Belling the Cats CLEVELAND [JP) — Cats can't :irowl legally in suburban Lakewood unless they wear bells. However, the 35-year-old law never has been enforced and City Law Director Chnrles Ross has asked the City Council to repeal St. New Stalin Statue VIENNA IVP)—Communist. Checho- slovakia Is following the exnmple ol other Soviet satellites. In the center of Prague, the government plans a gigantic statue of Joseph Stfllln. It will be built from 300 blocks of granite each weighing 10 tons, tho newspaper Svobodne Slovo reports. vote for me as a favorite son.** Beyond that, he hopes the delegation will be "uninstructed and uncommitted." Quick Comfort for itching, burning misery of Simple Piles Wi>h toothing, oil-rich* Resinol * Contains tonofm HESINOl™™'" SAVE MORE- BUY 100 TABLEIS.49C DOLLMMMSn THIN IT'S MAYTAO FOR YOU! '129 95 * TJv. Moytog CW./teh Adams Appliance Co. Inc. that means Speedometer Repair! \Ve specialize In giving 1-day service on speedometer repair for nil makes of cars and trucks. Drive in tomorrow—we'll help you DRIVE WITH CARE. T.I.SEAY MOTOR CO. 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