The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 31, 1947 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, July 31, 1947
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••AGE TWO- BLYTHEV1LLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS THURSDAY, JULY 31, 1947 Baptists Debate louncilAfiiliation C«penhogen Delegates f*ekk Touchy ittue For Denomination Otherwise Hot _._... . Ju'y 31 (UP) ii£ cjuest.on oT Baptist pirtlc!j>a- in the World Council of was raised tcdiy at the of the \Vor:d Baptist, Al Jiance, tut no decision was reicli- ^d immedlatoh f Dr W O Lc»I>5 ( se'rctary gen- wal, oponed the subject, nnd Hem Coc't of GiCft Britain roconmend- 'ed'p-jrthlpatlon in tlie wor'd "council Dr. M. E. Dodd of Shreveixjrl slj-a opposed the proposal at .congress session in Hie •Ooi> h*»en Ssortshcuse. He was ap 'P'aiided vigorously when he sail the E3ptlr>'s should avoid any or (•ania lelttionsmp with cthci de nominations. Dr. .l/>uls Newton, pveskle'nt o the Southern Baptist' COiiventioi list night ricposed to ihe Oongres •a crusade- against <xmimunis:n v.i\ clerical fascism, ^ He s^'d Ihev "Aere the piincl.m • obstacles' to achieving woridwic felicity. Cconmunism, he said, is on'-Iho rise in an effort .to drive out all ot'her ideologies, push its way 'tilrough the continent, .and conquer the last fc'ulwark of civilization. i (Jsris'ianity must, accept- .the (cnailcnge of coinmunism to win in itm' almcst lost woi d, Dr Newton saitl. .JlVsaiil the communists wore gom? forwprd -because they believed i In their program, and Christians could c~o the same si\e that the Corrmunlsts were winning by force and the Ohristians must employ love ^ The world is looking toward. Co- l/ci'jhagen to sea wnit the Baptists will do, he said, and "lei, cur mot- •to'be etanije'iza'Um" The Corgrcss \\as considering holding the election of a new president nnd c'her officers Friday. Dr. Lewis said that If In election were put off beyond Ihnl "people will te tired and will be going home.' End is Hear tor Small Critfenden School Units Merger of the Inst -small school district In CrlUenden County with a larger district Is being sought Voday through circulation of a petition asking thtit School District Nine and Ten lie Joined with the Marlon District. All white children of the Nine and Ten District sJreody nttend school ot Marlon nnd the merger would mean only transfer ofi*%'er- vislon of Neuro schools Railroads Sued tor Overcharges position he hac held In an ac'.' capacity for one year. A unlive of Iowa, Dr. Nichols has been with the university since 1927. most ot the tjme as n pro- lessor of mathematics, WASHINGTON, July 31. (UP) — The government filed a coitiplnlnt with the Interstate Commerce Commission today anainst more than 600 railroads. ECekinf. recovery of alleged overcharges in the trans- porlallon of thousands of carloads of steel airplane landing mats. Atlomcy Gcnc-ra) Tom C. Clark announced the filing on behalf of I the United States. He charged that the government was required to pay in many Instances more.than six times as much as any other shipper for equivalent transportation of iron and steel from.eastern points to the Pacific Coast. The government's basic complaint Is lhat the railroads involved considered airplane tending mats as a specific item instead of including them for tariff purpose* in the general "iron or steel articles" section. Boy Drowns in Lake DEWITT. Aik.. July 31. (UP)— Funeral - services were being planned today foci John Spratlln, nine- year-old son,of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Spratlln of Dewitt, who drowned shlle swimming In an artificial lake near here. The boy was miss cd when other c hildrcn were counted as they left the pool. Governor Laney Stays Execution or Negroes LITTLE ROCK. Arfc., July 31. (UP) — Two Arkansas negroes are scheduled to be executed at Tucker Prison Farm on the same day —Aug. 8. The two arc 31-year-oin Willie Le« Duke.i, who was convicted of the brutal assault-slaying 'of 'a Torres! City woman taxi driver, and !l-year-old Cubie I^ee Johnson, who was cohvicted of murdering a night tfatchman at Little Rock lumber company. Both were given stays of execution this week by Gov. Esn Laney. Johnson's reprieve resulted from his implicating another Little Rock , Negro In the death last January lay resulted from "conditions on of a St. Louis. Mo., railway liia'.l the grounds" at Tucker Prison clerk. The governor said Dukes' de- Farm. ' DOLLARS -TO DOLL UP YOUR HOME—* New fixtures, new point job, repairs —• make your old house a new home. Get the cash with a F.H.A. Loan from G.C.P.C. Up to 3 years to repay. BLYTHEVIILE COMTBACT Dicker Backs Taft of Ohio President $20,000,000 for VA to Provide 5,000 More Beds WAIS'HINQTON. July 31. (UP) — 'A Veterans' Administration spokes imp said today that 5,Ot>D bed will be made available in VA hos pitals throiiBhoUt the country a a result of an additional MO.C03, 000. congressional appropriation. Many hospitals which hare iee runmns belo« capacity will be turned to fu'l operation, thebpakes- J Bobliy Locke, who has won seven of 12 lournuincnts since arriving in this country Apr. 1, cools oiT withVa long, cold one. The year's 1 c a d i n K money-winner with $20,537,50, the Sonlh African lias nvcr- aucil DO in 40 18-hoto rounils of incdal play Meat Succotash Broadcast : st 2, 1947 COL'UWBUS, O., July 31. '(UP —S'li, John W. Brlckcv. colle of Ohio's Sen. Rolrert A. Taft, nnd publiM'n vice-tresiclcntinl nomi In 1041, -todny.sald ,he would l,o c' the Hub for" Senator Taft as Ohio's favorite son In tlic coming RcpuVlcnn [presidcntlai con- vcrllon in pliilaflc!pl:ia. •Brlckcr snld many months ago he had lold • T»U that lie didn't 'anticipate (setting into ttie rncc then, nnd hadn't untlcipotcd being a candidate Tor Ohio's delegation. "I told Bob I'd.ic for him and •thei I'd jgivc Mm what support I could." Brickor said. (Bricker was here for ft state Rcpublicnn rally called In honor Taft for Ills relent work in-leading the Republican , forces In Oou- gi-ess. Nichols Is Dean of U, A. 'L * three hospitals recentlj cWsed do\yn L»eause ot'IatV of Iund5 They.' 'ate ^itimted m Simpson and Saratoga 'Springs, N. Y., and' THomasvlllc, Ga. ' The spokesman said VA hopes to .add about 5,033 doctors, nurses and attendants to .the 100.CCO now in'.\ts merS'/.il, division. yAYETTEVILLE, AVk., .July 31. (UP);—' Erf. G. 'D. Nichols "todi\y assumes the' title of pcrmnnnit dean^o'f the. University of Al'KiinsAr, College of' Arts nntl Sciences, n Due to the sudden de-control of sugar, we need all surplus Coca-Cola bottles and cases you may have around your home. If not convenient to re- 'tum them to our plant for your. deposit refund, please phone us and we will send for them. Phone 2047 Coca-Cola Bottling Co. We Feature WILSON'S the only FRESH Sweet Milk delivered daily in BlythevJlle Qt. 17c MILK Donuls PLAIN - doz. SUGARED - doz. CHOCOLATE • doz. GLAZED - doz. - 15c J7c 25c 25c Cut corn from cobs, Mck shortening. Add corn nnd water. Cover tightfy; cook slowly 15 mm. Stir, occasionally. Add remaining ingredients. Continue cocking 5 min,, or until mixcufe thickens. Serve hot. Serves 1. A"2 cups carjned, whole kernel com cnn be used if liquid replaces water an<l mixture i* cooked only 5 mia. before milk is added. •** Frankfurters, wieners, canned lunch meat or any left-over meat can be used. You Will Need: Pet Milk canlSc Corn 13c NO. 2 CAN Weiners, Lb. 53c Read Courier Ne Called Traitor HOME CANNING Douglas Chandler, American- born Nazi sympathizer, who broadcast propaganda for Hitler beamed to the Uniled States, is trial for treason in Boston. Dandy" for ^is theme from Berlin, and called himself "Paul Revere." f ^ -_ , UKK STAH PITTED CHERRIES TOMATOES TOILET TISSUE GRAPEFRUIT ORANGE JUICE MATCHES MALT SYRUP GRAPEFRUIT JUICE KLEENEX TISSUE BUCKEYE PEAS TUNA FISH PRESERVES APPLESAUCE ENGLI^ PEAS FRUIT JARS CRYSTAL WHITE SOAP DUZ OR OXYDOL No. 2 Can Extra Standard No. 2 Can 11)00 Sheet Roll Sections. No. 2 Can 2 For No. 2 Can lOc <I6 Oz. Can Swzms 6 Boxes Blue Ribbon 3 I A. C?n No. 2 Can 2 For . Standard Box Per Ttox Thrift No. 303 Can 2 For lioyal Dish Grated 6 Oi:. Can Strawberry 1 Lb. Jar No. 2 Can No. 2 Can Doz.—PI s. 67c; Qts. '/ 2 Gallon 3 Bars 23' 0 f 5 75 17 Large Size 31c Small, 2 For 25 C 37 43 15 10 1 ni 23 27 4 Lb. 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Lb. 45c All Brands OlEO - - King Cotton Pork SAUSAGE - Ib. 55c lb.32c - Ib. 22c Ib. 69c - lb.41c - lb.55c HAM HOCKS ib. 59c Grade A CHUCK ROAST BEEF SHOULDER Quality BONELESS RUMP Quality ROUND STEAK lb.53c • lb.59c - lb.72c Ib. 69c Liberty Cash Grocery Low Prices Every Day

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