The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 22, 1950 · Page 10
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 10

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, August 22, 1950
Page 10
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PAGE TEN Chicagoan Asking For A-Bomb Ride CHICAGO. Aug. 22. (<1'J—A 38* year old Chicago businessman, leader of lh# "Christian Action Party," has volunteered to fly over Moscow and drop mi atmoic or hydrogen bomb on the Kremlin. He is Lar Daly, operator of , stool »nd chair factory. He says lie I* founder of tht party whose slogan Is "war now with Red Russia." Hr failed lo get on the April 11 Illinois primary ballot as a nominee for u. S. Senator, but Is trying lo Eel the party on the Nov. 7 election ballot. He made his offer In a leiter addressed to President Truman nnr) made public today, The letter said the party hopes lo be on all state ballots fay 1552. and to have a presidential candidate then. The letter said the party proposes to "save Christianity and world freedom," anc 1 it advocates use of the A-bomb atid the H- bomb against "the forces of antichrist,." Daly added: "Ai founder and leader of the Christian Action party, I hereby volunteer to accompany the crew of Ihe first American airplane to fly over Moscow and drop Ihe bomb EDSON Continued from Page « ever else may be considered ticces- iry for its special niKsion. Before the Ink's Dry Hen siong of National Farmers' Union tells the story of a farmer, driving briskly along a country mart. He stopped to pick up a government worker, and gave him a lift into town. Pretty soon they came on a turtle, waddling laboriously across the road. The tanner chuckled. "Reminds me of a pcw- ernment worker," he said, "loafing on the job." Then a rabbit jumped out, of the bushes and dushctl across Ihe road, 'flu's time Ihe government worker chuckled. "That rabbit reminds me." he said, "of a farmer driving to town to cash his government price support check." farm Trices NVfil l,llt| c Support Congress has already held extensive hearings on price support jirn- eram. and al the end of June. Com- inndity Credit Corporation lending _ „ v ,^, 411U j iimuiij >_/j r«u orporation !r .souarely in the center of .he Krcm- | authority was idcreasert by S "ooo I 000.000, to a total of S6.750.000.000 Daly said he asks only that he be allowed to release the bomb personally, so he can bear the "moral as well as the physical responsibility." and that he be first, inducted inlo United States Army or Air Force as a private "with all Ihe privileges, rights and benefits attached Ihereto, in case of my being kjUeri in action against Ihe mortal enemy of God and America. " This additional appropriation was considered necessary (o keep farm prices from falling too low. But now the farm price support program is more or less academic. All farm prices arc expected to slay well above support levels, ami l!ttl<~ of ihe 52.000.000,000 may be needed Safety Council To be Orgonized Here Thursday im,iT lin ? '° orga " l '-<' 'he Missis- j,ll>|)l County Safe i y c „ m be held at the Com-l House here 111 jr«i»y. was » nnomiced (<)d Ihe meeting I, to ^ spo ,, so ,./,j by the Arkansas Safety council and lhe orsanisulon of the Mlssisstoi Comity Cornell i, to he llnd( , r ,„,, direction of County jud Ke nolnrd ff," ."" d other C0llne y officials. All towns and communities i,I the county will be asked lo h avr » representative present at (hf. organizational meeting. It will be op'» to the public. ' Mayors and civic lenders of all towns also will be Invited In attend ™e piirime of the county orwn- ,'? M i b " to PfomotB «afe-.v on the highways and In the homes of .Mississippi County. Lynch on Tour Of Rofory Clubs B. A. Lynch of Blylhcville. governor of the 200th Rotary District, is beginning another lee of his tour of Rotary clubs In the Slate One of the first, slops on this week's tour was lo be Heber bprings. other clubs he has visited lo (late Include those at natesvlllc Bald Knob. Jonesboro. Harrls'cura. Paragoulrt. Pocahontas. Joiner Wynne. StuU Bar t, B.-lnkley and Hughes. — A Small Blow Is Forming Off Florida MIAMI, Pla., Aug. 22. Wj small but dangerous hurricane formed overnight Monday in the South Atlantic Ocean, while another powerful storm spawned in the same area still lashed northward toward the Canadian maritime pro- vincej. The new disturbance, packing 100-mile winds, developed a short distance east of Antigua, in the Leeward Island group. Hurrican warnings were hoisted •long the Leeward Island from Ou»d«Ioupe to St. Marks, and northeast storm warnings were displayed In the Virgin Islands. Grady Norton, chief storm fore- osier in the Miami weather bureau. said the storm at present has • diameter of only 60 miles, but. »how« unusual fore* In Its early .The other hurricane, now JO days old, approached the Bahamas and Florida, causing preliminary alerts, •nd brushed near the coastline 1mm Cape tmuovas, !• ,,,.., ward. Its heaviest, winds remained offshore. ! The new hurricanes position was 1,500 miles southeast of the Florida coast. Cancer research by the use of ciren-ical shock In rats is being con-- ducted '» the Bio-Research labora- ~ ~ 7 i 7 "' Floriris Southern College at C.. north- | Lnkejand What is believed to be Ihe earliest record of Ihe use of asbestos says 8 sculptor made » lamo of it in WO B.C. e whiskey Sunny Brook ' t«AND White Label KENTUCKY STRAIGHT BOURBON WHISKEY Yellow Label KENTUCKY/, WHISKEY -A BLEND FIDO! It PIOOF SWITS McKesson * Bobblm, Inc. - Etclusire Distributor- - Little Rock now SEVEN MILES from where fhey started.' U.S. Water Supply Utilities deliver over 12,000,000,000 gallons of watzr CYflTY PAY.' WATER Is Your Cheapest Commodity ...USE IT FREELY! Blytheville Watar Co. Blytheville, Art. TUESDAY, AUGUST .- 1950 BRING YOUR CAR IN FOR SERVICE MONDAY OR TUESDAY, BECAUSE The happy group of employes were winners in Chevrolet's big Feudm'-Fussin'-Fighfin' Contesl and on Wednesday they'll be guests at the big payoff picnic in Memphis, so... SULLIVAN-NELSON CO. WILL BE CLOSED ALL DAY WEDNESDAY We're justly proud of our employes for their remarkable showing m placing SULLIVAN-NELSON COMPANY on top in the CHEVROLET FEUDIN'-FUSSIN'-FIGHTIN' contest Come Wednesday, they'll receive their reward wijrh p r i z e s and a payoff pjcmc to be held in Memphis in a victory celebration with more than 1,000 Chevrolet employes in the MidSouth area scheduled to attend. So come in Monday or Tuesday for your automobile service. We'll be back on the job Thursday as usual. Our Service Station and Tow-Truck Service will be open as usual... SULLIVAN-NELSON CHEVROLET CO.

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