The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 26, 1947 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, July 26, 1947
Page 3
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• SATURDAY, JULY 20, 19-17 BLYTHEV1LLE (ARK.) 'COURIER NRWS THIS* I 1. if I IV* I Wi 1 1 1 -. Ill Ml POWER OF NATURE WVit, ji'''!l '.f» r •(>*'««! W* ' '•' ••-,'.-•(, •. ^-.-r i .. \ THE POWER OF GOD JJ Men are fascinated and sometimes appalled by manifestations oi vast power beyond all human control. ' Primitive man stared with frightened awe at angry storm clouds, and iled m terror to his cave when the lury broke and the winds lashed I he trees and lightning tore great holes in the landscape. ' New powers have been discovered as man has dug 'deeper into the secrets of Nature, and all of them have been viewed with apprehension or plain fear. v ..,. . ^..^-u >,---s-s. = ,.-, ,^ Steam, electricity, explosive gases, diesel, radium and many others, each in turn with its -marvels of achievement and its vast potentialities, have filled mankind .with awe as he wondered .what other secrets of power lay buried in the bosom of the universe. -:,*>•• ; ,.- • : ' •'_ Today it is the atomic bomb which staggers man's imagination and makes him fear for the future of his world and his civilization. ,J But the power of Nature is the power of God. Used rightly, it always proves a boon and blessing for mankind; but employed for evil purposes its destructive powers are unlimited. .,,,- " ' ' .' The secret of the right use of the powers of the universe is embodied in religion and expounded in the teachings of the Church. vvvvvv"»"» v - -«.-*"*.•• ••»•'»•*«• ....... - .*- A> ^^^^^ Tina series of advertisements is being published each week in Lite Conner News in/ lite following biiinens establishments: ARKANSAS ICE & STORAGE CO. MISSISSIPPI CO. LUMIiKR CO. LUTTREU.'S GOR. & Ml;t. THR BEAUTY CI.INfC JJOON 7 E CLKANKKS CITY SUPER MARKET EBBRDT'S GATEWAY STOHH C & W CKEANERS PICK'S CAFK DIXIE CRKAM DONUT SHOP IIUHIIARI) HARDWARK CO. AIICDI.IN & I.ANE KI,KCTR!C CO. J'KERI.ESS DRY CLEANERS i.iiiKRTY CASH C;IUM:F,RY ROSCO CRAFTON CO. DKAI.S PAINT STORK Xr-WA LAUNDRY CLEANERS "<)!" I.AM'LEMBNT CO. I. ROSENTHAL, INC. HALLS GARAfiE HOLT FUNERAL HOME ' IIOMK SERVICE & STORAGE CO. WOODS DRUG CO. STILL & YOUNG MOTOR CO. LION OH, CO. PAT O'BRYANT, JEWELIOR RUSSELL PHILLIPS TRACTOR CO. .JOHN MILKS MILLER E. C. ROHINSON L«R- CO. IIUDDLESTON & CO. FIIIKSTOXK STORKS .MEAD'S It. 1). UIHIHKS & CO. HUDSON THE TAILOR FAMILY SHOE STORE CHARLES S. LEMONS. FURNITURE HUBIIARI) FURNITURE CO ADAMS APPLIANCE CO. HUFFMAN ItUOS. LUMHKR CO. DELTA l.UMUKR CO. IJLYTHEVILLE LAUNDRY .^i CLEANERS ARK-MO POWER CO. GOODYEAR SERVICE STORE DRE1FUS GUARD'S HART'S MAKERY MISSCO IMPLK.MENT CO. DELTA IMPLEMICNT CO. HEATON'S HOME OF FLOWERS FKINHERG'S .HEDELS /.ELLNKR'S SLIl'PER SHOT OWENS DRUG STORK HUKHARD & HOKE APPLIANCE CO. CECIL LOWE GRO & MKT. APPLEUAUMS LADIES TOGGERY SOUTHERN AUTO STORES CHAMBLIN SALES CO. MISS WHITSITTS SHOP HUGHES & CO. CONTRACTORS

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