The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 10, 1950 · Page 3
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February 10, 1950

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1050 flLYTHEVIU.E (AUK.) COTJUIER NEWS Truman Raps GOP's Liberty vs. Socialism PAGE THREB Congress' Record Called Detriment To Republicans WASHINGTON, Feb. 10 MV-President Truman apparently intends KiiVcar down again Hits election ym on (lie Republicans' lawiuaking record-not what they say. Mr Truman told bis news conference yesterday He thinks the Re,, l, rins' record .speaks belter for itself 'man any platform they can Strangely enough, there ere Republic's who agreed with him. A reporter lolil Mr. Trumuii statement of principles issued bj tf, c republicans this week had picked-Liberty vs. Socialism" as Hit oHcf issue for their campaign U gain control of Congress in tin November voting. Which was the President for Hie newsmen asked. 001' lU-wiril Will Tell Ml . Trnmr.n .said he bad read tlv r,OP platform but didn't unclersluiu u -idiiln" that- its' the Republicans roVord that will tell the die voters In this year's ,inniil elections. "in his 1018 campniB" f °i' lbc Plc sideucy. Mr. Truman made a i nolnl "f what he called the record of the Republican dominate BOii! Congress. Mr Truman's 1050 statement, 111! i, i s [\-K record which counts, foim "..rreme.it among some Republican ^rJailarlv tho.se dissatisfied >nt th'-ir parlv's statement, cc'nator'ives (R-NYt. who voU mi'ist the declaration, told a r :,"l;;, r that he. too. believes tr ib'icaiis must siand on wl do in Coimrps anil nol on al uses Ilicy mak« iu a statemc story t' emigres tudents Pray for 36 Hours Non-Stop at W/ieofon College WHKATON, III., Vet). 10 (iV)—A jotitaneous religious sti:dcnt rcvi- il which started Wednesday night I little \viieaton College had clevo- 'ped into a marathon prayer meel- ig today Some 1.5JJO iludests and HO fnc- ity lucmljcrs at the non-sectarian undameiitallut Protestant school oinett the prayer -service. They [unmcd Pierce Memorial Chapel for :iore than 36 consecutive hours. Some 1,500 students -.md 110 f«i'- arly niorniiiB hotir.s and there was o intiicntion of an immediale rcakup. No cht.s.ses u'erc ht'kt ycs- crdiiy and there probably will rje lone kjciay. Nearly all of the students hart stepped to liie pulpit at least once and confessed their sins and testi- :ied that, the spirit of the Lord lad cleansed their souls. Many relumed for second and L t\ird testimonials. Koiue \viuted nine hours to describe their little errors of life and ask forgiveness. (lil lloilds He-par (Ml Away Git Dodets, the famous milcr who ivit the track to preach and li-ach iracfc at the Bl-year-old colleiie was reported away. The pulpit trek started Wednesday nlsht. The non-stop prayer session started unexpectedly during : regular semi-annual week long evaneelisttic service. The school o£ fers a liiieral arts course, including Bible study and a master's i u: Theology. The ttev. Edwin H. Johnson. J evau^eli^L, was to address the students, tl was 26 hours before he dirt. Before Introducing htm. Dr. V. Raymond Ed man, president of the college, asked if there were any students whose testimony could not wait. Ton walked lo the pulpH. After hey finished, others crowded into he aisles and ihc marathon pruy- session had .started. Prayer Kiisls All Night Dining ihc first night, all day Vcctne^day, la.st night and early oday. the you tig men atiti women students- i tinny preparing fot the Ministry, missionary and cvamjeli.s- :r woi'k— sat hnwed in prayer. Students in this' comitium'Ly of b.OOO near Chicago agree otv ad- iniKslon not to smoke, drink alcoholic lit|tmr<i. dance, play cards, or engage in other "frivolous amusements." Dean Roger J. Vosknyl said of the inec. i tin^: "I think it is imhcalivc of a heart hunger for a deeper life. While the human clement is present. 1 feel there must be a supernatural element., too." Soldiers Admit Part in Kidnap Ring in Austria VIENNA, Tlie Arkansas Bills 'Stromhali Ingriii Bergman's Italian motion picture, "Slrotnboli", is billed for first nublic .showing in Arkaiisa if not it) the nation or the world— next week. Tlie Maleo Theater at Hoi Sprii udverti.sed Friday mornins that il would show (he film beginning Feb !5. U..S. American soldiers d they kidnaped Feb. 10 M'j — nuiinm) that have ton- an Austria for a yoviet-diicctcd a«- ency lii.si November. The soldiers, the Army tepoded, .aid they were paid 1 ,()«() .^hillinjis 'S250» for the abduction. The Army dciUtlied them -AS Sgt. John Fnuik- ey, ^9, of nrofkton, M»ss., and Corj). Paul Abel, 28, of Holivar, Mo. The men, both members of nilitary police battulion. .saul they abducted 39-ycar-ohi O.swatd in ihc lirilish .sector of Vienmi and \ louk hint in an Army jeep to a rende/vous point in the Soviet Xonc of Au.stiia. i Officers quoted the two a;; saying they voluntarily ynvc themselves up "becsvu.se Uic recent expose o[ the Soviet-controlled alKlnclion riiv^ in Austria convinced us we would bo caught suoncr or later." The Army said n preliminary investigation hud failed lo disclo.se the soldiers had other thuu a monetary motive for the at) duct ion The Army on Jan. 10 announced it had .smashed a Soviot-.spcmsoied kidnaping ring engaged in spiriting displaced persons ont of the Anicr- icati Zoi\c ol Austvia and Uirnmg them over to Riissinn avithoiilie.s Young Farmers Elect Officers The Blythevill cliu;>ter of the Young Fnnners of Arkanstis held Us monthly mceUnt! in the High •Siluiol Auditorium Monday night. Olfieors elected for the ciirrcnl yc-iir were: president — Calvin Hol- Im^.sworth, vico presidetit — Willi;i tn 11 eat 11, .scoret a ry treasnrcr — Ht-.irliug Bimch, ropoiicr and sentinel — Russell Btincli, ndvbor P. l-l. Robinson. Following election or officers, study pioi;tnm oiv "Care and Maintenance or Farm Tiactors" w cmulucted by D. C. MeCullouKh ol i he Ktiucaiional Division of I-'orc lYactor Company of Memphis A- Iwni one humhcd veteran farm tiiiiuccs attended the meeting, Power Refund Is Sought by Luxora Legion LUXOHA, Ark., Feb. 10—Ilopre- setitaUvc.-i of Rodgcrs Lynt-l> American Legion Put,t No, 200 bct^ui ao- ILcLliUkm > p esU'](ti\y to have a ^3,-100 consumer refund, grntited by Ihc ArknnsH.vMissom! Power Compjuiy, doniHed tou'iird the Let;Ion Building Fimd. Aulen Chit wood, post commander, s:iid that ihc funds collected would go into lhe construction ol an $8.000 Legion hut. Initial funds for the building project h;;ve been collected, and past coiiuiiLttecs arc nt work now to select iv site lor Vhe building. The building pltnis huve b •.Irawn, nnri approximately $1,000 sutacribctl lor the buildini;. The phtii.s 10 have the power com In some tribe.s it Is believed that a man is nol likely to beget children 1 until lie lias killed another uuiiv Lti combat. SPRING PLANTING SEED \Vo liiivc for sale plantiuj; sued lo sorvi! your needs. Spring Oats, AlCalCi). I'nsluro Mixliux's, Lc-spodc/ii, Siiihin and Oilier Field Seeds. SOYBEANS OUR SPECIALTY I'Irase full us in 1 come in In see us for your sprint; plan I in i; requirements. Biytheviile Soybean Corporation 856 Phones 857 y cusuniiinrs si£n o\ irr reiuna the tmUitfng futjil be^nn ln.st veek, ami (ho [icLuul solicit at ioa ;ot uniinwny yesterday, inul Is to )c com pit led by next Wednesday, J. E. Permontcr, financial officer Tor the post, is chairman of the project. Working with him on the solicitation committee are 8. C. In- KNim [incl Bowen Thompson, Dick Kcibert, Radio City Organist, says, "Thh Sensational New Home and 1lntertahttHCttt Organ by \Vurliucr is my choice". B UILT in tiie "Miglny Wurlitttt 1 " OT^JH tudiuoa (hi* new msiriimirnr does ju»ti« to ihc fincit pro- (cssiiHul laJciir, yet ii jo simple to phy, iJut rrcu MI atiuirnr would \x aiiuxcd at tlic Ixauuful music he CM create. l : or pivjic fun ind p^rty plcature in [he home aru! for a|] [vo/cisuxul piHj'-tHcs, this newest and latest development i» ilic org.w Jiidiuuy stands sttprcuic. Its [inimiai siylin^ an.l graceful beauty Jrt cj'rhcr mi- hn£.my or wjlnut finivli will nuke it an at tractive 4-JJI- cio/i to any burnc. ^.(jny new *ri<l cxclutivc features ar-an jma7fn^l/ low price. Ubcr^J ICIULI tic available to fit the f ° ..Ho'vcver I don'l aeree with the President it he is belittling < llc tla ."- nr t" ita country ft the administration's Prcsenl^'lrUl Unvard soc- ia ?enaior''Hcn<lrick.son m-NJ), another critic of the GOP statement, °vd he think? People will pay more ntiertlon to the Rcprhlican record ?n CdiiRress than they will to any parly declaration. "The average, voter Is going to l^v-e what vou do rather than whnt you say as Indicating your real stand." tic said. 1'Ulturin ^lay «r Sllrshl'- 1 " There has been doubt that many nf the Hepiibilcans running tor national office this fall will follow the new platforai closely in their camp- aiuus. , . However Senator Brewster of Maine, dinirman ol the OOP Senatorial Campaign Commiitee. said lie thinks that 80 per cent of the Republicans will support 80 per cent of the declaration. He added that Is^.bcwt as good as anyone can "I think the declaration marks a real advance in the development of Republican policy, 1 the Maine senator said. Senator Lucas of Illinois, the Democratic leader, pooh-poohed the RemiWican attack on what the. OOP called Democratic "Socialism." -That is all a lot of political hokum but it isn't going to fool the voters," Lucas declared. State News Briefs PAHAGOUL.D. Feb. 10. Ml — Charges of rape hnve been filed flgninst three young men in the nl- legod attack nvion j\ Cardwell, Mo., mutron Monday night. Dcfcndnnts are Ycmcl Stanclficld. IB: Robert Cobb. 20. niui W. D. Mc- Cormnck. 22. nil of Brinphton. Ark. The \vomun. motlier o( tliree clul- drnn. said s!ie was attacked In an automobile near here. Sheriff Loy Newherry said she bad identified the three men charged. LITTLE BOCK, Feb. 10. lift— Arkansas Power and Lipht Company now cr\n furnish Nettlcton with natural ^iis. •PI uthority for the service to the Craishcad County community was prnnled yesterday b\ tlie Arkansas Public Service Commi.ssion. A P &: L has completed construction of the distribution system. UTTl.E ROCK. Feb. 10. MV-A total o[ Sl-'.82n iii claims against the slate v.-as ;U!ov.ed yesterday \>y the Arkansas Fiscal Control Board. WASHINGTON. I'cb-.lO. Wi—The U. .S. Forest Service has allocated S:ri5.V.V2 to Arkansas as its share ot low national forc.it earnings. l.TITLE ROCK. Feb. 10. M>-I,t. f'i'v. Nathun Gordon lias made-his loii^-cxnerrled formal announcc- nicut iliiit lie will seek a third term this year. Already in the race HRainst the !< rmcr conprr.ssional mrrtal of hon- or-v^ini-.lns navy pilot arc House Sneaker Carl Herdvix, llonilio. and James lUucle Mackl MacKrell, Little Rock. V.'JIITEHOHSE. Y. T.. I^b. 10. I.-1' —A private from Bono. Ark., last miihl W;',R among members of a » m climbing the mountain on !ch ten men have been stranded s^uce their plai>c CTacVert up Tues- t'py. He is pvt. Elvis L. Powers. The marooned men were seeking the inis-siiii! American C-54. F'at\sfics show tb^l the most tm- pi'T^nt item in .ip.rieultural mech- anisation is the tractor. Concrete Culvert Tile ?!/.€<; up to 3R In Corrugated Metal Culverts Si?.c^ up In 81 In Auliun.itir E'lnnd, Gatra Concrete Scplic Tanks Metal Septic Tanks Sewer Tile Ucs: Trices We Deliver A. H. WEBB FIlg'iffaY fil al S(,itf Line Thonc 7H CKS FOR '50! Series F-3 Eipreti ihown k one of ove< 175 nradeU in Ihe 1950 for<i TriKl line. XES and 2 V-8's! w 6-cylinder, 110-h.p. :e of Ford Truck engines can pick from 95-h.p. h.p. and 145-h.p. V-8's Only Ford Trucks give NOW! Save Money with Expert WOOD WORK MACHINE SHOP Vnnr cmnplctc natisfactlnn lllwurk, ture repair . , . ninl all rulatcd work. in doubt, Jus( call 2011. Barksdale Mfg. 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