The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 23, 1947 · Page 12
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TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1947 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE TWELVE Siy Reds Would Dominate World Publisher Stresses Need of Revised U.S. Foreign Policy •• M«W YORK, Sept, 23. (UP) — Sufttie C. Pallium, e&'.or aim pub-, lijfaor of the Indianapolis Star, s»td today that he believed Russia "inlands to dominate all of Europe knd Asia, using whatever methods Khort o! global conflict, will serve her purpose." '.'. pilliani, who returneu yesterday froM a tour of 20 countries In Europe and the near cast, snld he fonofed his opinions after he had talked with people, both official and non-official. In the countries he visited. He said Russia Intended to wi[>c out capitalism and substitute Soviet dictatorship throughout the wort*. "Control of Europe and of the Ne»r East and Asia is the first aiin (of the Soviets)." he said. "They plan to object, to harass, to Irritate and to contuse all \i'.tms in UK program for world peace." Saying that Russia hnd ncithnr the production nor food for war at present, FViHiam said, "her gante is to wear out Aincitcim patience with objecting, Irritating proposals and notsy propaganda." TTte editor advocated vcjeclion of both the Yalta and PoU'xlam agreements on the basis that the United States and Britain had been "sold down the river." - He urged revision of United States foreign policy and satd the U. S. should cooperate v,-ith all countries in the Near East and Mediterranean areas, not Greece and Turkey alone. In particular he urged coopera tion with the Arab peoples. "The Ai»b world which Is coming awake In « great renaissance is inclined to believe that we are interested in oil and not liberty," Pulliam said. VWe must cultivate friends among the Moslem stales. We must regain their confidence and stand firm for self determination by minority nations. If we fail to win the Arabs, we will reap the ill cf- . fects of 3 terrible whirlwind of religious fanaticism which the Soviets are fanning uith every clever derke they can employ." • Pulliam concluded that coal ami Vhe»l are "the answer that America can and must give." He said "America must gird herself to pro- dufce more wheat and more coal for the next five and perhaps 10 years." Charles Greer Appointed Pastor of Manila Church Charles Greer today is pastor of the Church of .Christ at, Manila after h'aving resigned his position as a member of the Lepanto School faculty. tS£f. Qreer succeeds J. Woody Stovall, who is now pastor of the Church of Christ at Obion, Ten.i. Undecided whether to become a preacher or a teacher, he did both He taught mathematics and waj athletic coach at Lepanto for four ye»Ts. During that time, he also preached at nearby churches. $1,000,000 Set Up For Hurricane Relief WASHINGTON, Sept. 23. CUP' — The American Red Cross today appropriated $1,000,000 for hurricane disaster relief in Southern Florida On Guard for Freedom Dr. Wassell Resumes Work On Mohkai ENCJI.EWOOIJ N. J, Sept. 23. (UP) — Dr. Cro>\:on M. Wassell. the real life hero of the motion picture "The Story of Dr. Was- scll," k>ft hero today with his wile to U'sume his career as a jne- dical missionary among the lepers on Molokal Island In the Hawaiian U roil p. lie- iiml his wile, the former Mn- delnlnc Day of' EnRlewood, will serve at Shingle Memorial Hospital, an Episcopal Mission for lepers. Dr. Wassell, now 03 years old, as In China when the war with Japan broke out and he Immediately offered his services to the U. s. Navy. He wns commissioned a Lieutenant-Commander and sent The Freedom Train, which will lour the nation with a display of historic documents of American democracy, is shov/n dining a three-day slop at Philadelphia's Ijroad Street Station. Standing guard beside the trnin are Slits. Russell A. Druland, Albion, Neb., and Louis F. Fccini, iledwood. Calif. to tlic Netherlands East Indcas. | When the Japanese advanced on Java, W was left ^Ith 12 wounded men who could not be moved. Nevertheless, he decided to risk moving them rather than let them fall into the hands of the enemy. With the help of natives he moved them through 50 miles of Jungle on crude stretchers and put them on ii Dutch ship bound for Australia. The late ITesldent Roosevelt, in a fireside chat, described his "al- i most like a ChrLst-Like Shepherd devoted to his flock," Dr. Wassell received the Navy Cross for his heroism and at the end of the war was retired with the rank of Rear Admiral. Since . then he has lived in his native | Arkansas and here In Euglewooil. Mrs. Wassell, who met her husband in China In 1921, has been taking a refresher course in nuvs- Ing at Englcwood Hospital lint! plans to aid Dr. War^sell in his work. Read Courier News Wans Ads. There arc 12 fatal accidents per 100,000 persons, on the average, In the United States. Spikes on most uolfcrs 1 shoes arc made of steel, set firmly into the leather doles to aid proper stance and prevent slipping. | Concrete Culvert-tile ir t» sr (Reinforced or Non-BHnfoned) Cheaper and Longer l,»Uliu Uuui any other Brldce M»teri»L Concrete unit* (or Sanitary Privy—Concrete Septic Imnka. A. H. Webb Diry. 61 N. at State Lino Phone BlythefiUe 71* id uini uoasi sLan-.v | Relatively fc\v Insect mothers Red Cross president Basil O'Con- sce thc »" grown-up children, nor suiti relief headquarters for Ui-i " hurricane p.rea havn been established in West Palm Boach, Ha.. New Orleans and Giilf|X)U, Mi.vs., lo direct rebuilding and relxiir of homes and 10 provide furniture and household goods. PRESCRIPTIONS Fresh Stock Guaranteed Best Prteea Kirby Drug Stores Farm Loans At Lowest Rate of Interest Quick Service A. F.Dietrich United Insurance Agency 160 S. 1st. St. Ingram Bldg Acciunulall;ig Time Under the Gregorian calenom- \vc use today, the year Is 26 seconds too long, and since adoption of the system, we Imve accumulated iibou 1 , three hours. NOTICE TO PUBLIC The law offices of Gene K. Bradley have been moved to 411 W. Main. (Across s'.rcet from Montgomery \V:iru.) by me • Dozen • 1'ouutl • Bushel Be sure Mom gets a good supply of juicy ripe apples in time for school! Eating and Canning Apples $2.00 & $3.00 Bu. Blytheville CURB MARKET 130 K. Main J'lione 973 Gxapette & /iOOA RADIO REPAIR 1 AND 2 DAY SERVICE ON ANY MAKE OR MODHL. RELIABLE WORKMANSHIP. PHONE 2642 We call for am) Deliver FRtD CALLIHflN Electrical Appliance Co. Aulliorted MntornSi l Salts and Serrtc* IOC South First Si. Enjoy our delicious, select, well- cooked foods . . . swiftly, courteously served! Everytime you dine out treat yourself to maximum pleasure at minimum prices! JOHNS CAFE 409 West Main St. ' Phone 3MO Reconditioned Motors for Sale ALL GOOD MOTORS! Recently reconditioned in our shop, using latest factory methods. Come in 1-30 IT. P. to I'/- H. P. These motors will do the job. See them today! Medlin & Lane Electric Company 129 So. First Phone 2180 Allen Pickard's EAST END SHOE REPAIR SERVICE Surplus Army Goods • Supplies • Shoes Sec us for the very twst In Army surplus shoes. Nearly new—Ke- bnilt—To Be Rebuilt. Hundreds for sale. Quantity Trices Available. 112 Lilly Street '/i Blk South East Main FARM (m LOANS xy^y Horn* Office, Newark, N. J. LONC TEAM mOMFT CLOCINO LOW RATE CAM, WRITE OR SF.« RAY WORTHINGTON 115 S. Third St., Blytherllle, Ark. Stnrlne This Section 25 Years AnthoHifd Uortgatt Loan Solicitor lor THE PRUDESTIAT, ISSURASCF. COMPANT OF AMERICA MINNIE LEE JONES MUSIC STUDIO Teacher of PIANO THEORY — HARMONY Speciol Classes for Pre-School Children and Beginners TS A SHAME to ci!£cr>.rcl shoes which only nc«l a aoocl icnrUr job lo ylvc them mimy more miles of wear-ability. Bring them lu-ro and be n mazed nt how liuln wi; charge to renew worn footwear. HALTER'S Quality Shoe Shop For Electric Wcjk Call 2397 BOBS Electric- Shop • Farm Wiring 0 House Wiring • Motor Repairs • Appliance Installation 500 N. Fifth Rt. Blyth*vU(e, Ark. I >;*W»"4f»'V>"4'>' •'>"«• w>"V '•"*"»"*"#"*"*"•' WWWV*"*'WV»"»'W*'>"*l>'j^ HAIRYVETCH j Kal))oa and Common Hyc, Oats, Wheat and Barley gj Seed . . . Ready for Fall Seeding New anil Factory Reconditioned Soybean Sacks Blythevil9c Soybean Corp. | 1880 W. Main Phone 856-57 • *I>^*!£>!!t;"»X*]l*]l*I$I*II*X*^ I ' SURE, • mf its a LIGHT BILL! "And I don't mean electric light bill, either. I mean a ligh f electric bill. Because lights *v I are only a small part of it. A It's a cooking bill | 1^-- and, a cleaning bill ^>j // -a heating £^(^ .. and a hot-water bill, DIRT ALE Phone 517 bill and a cooling bill as well. It covers food preservation •washing telling | \j^V an( i sewing and entertainment, time- •and a lot of other things be- 847 CUckanwba Phone 2991 'sides. It's Ihc biggest bargain in my family budget. When the cost of prac-' UP, ticalty everything else has gone -^ the price of my electric service has 'stayed modestly 1 know I'm getting twice as much i f* ) (I j^ | .LOW. "" • sx/t * s electricity for my budget dollar as Mother did 20 years ago—and electric-: ity is aomg many, many more jobs man it aia men.' , "It's a LIGHT bill, of course!' l» !>«. B.eWc Hour— It-, HOUR OF CHA»M. SvWcri, 4.MO r. M, tSf, C»S. FOR SALE Concrete Building Blocks Aquella Water Proofing Paint 12-48 inch CONCRETE CULVERTS plain or reinforced Osceola Tile and CULVERT CO. We Deliver Plione 091 New soles? . . . new heels? . . . new laces? . . . We'll d» everything Thai's needed to ."iav« your children's shoes ready for FIRST DAY OF SCHOOL. HALFORD'S SHOE SHOP T06 So. Second St. 1 fO* RMl MttCVRyS£RMC AWAK Still & Young Motor Co. Lincoln-Mercury Dealer Phone 3179 Blylhcville Ark. 112 Walnut 9t. KEROSENE & FUEL OIL CALL 2089 "Th« Old Reliable" G. O. POETZ PETROLEUM PRODUCTS >• »t Clttm

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