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'Sir Anthony Eden's Eritish Gov
ernment has decided that civilian
defense In England win have to Be
handled by the Army, ; This is a
far-reachhig decision in its sig
nificance sine England ia the
country which relied, so sneeessful-
lyi on civilian defense workers in
World-War IX.-- -m.W;'1
However, tocfer World hWar (II,
condition likely to ariseas a result
of 'civilian defense 'is " am fasne
which yet ftiay have to W faded,
and the British Government's de
cision certainly points up the pos
sibility that-this country may be
forced to take that step. '
. fcu.u- W.M.U. laaii .-
" The Burgess W.M.U. -met Mon
day night with Mrs. Frank Ward.
The meeting was Opened with the
theme, song and prayer; The min
utes' were read and the loll called
with 9 members present Mrs. Sid
ney Laydert had charge' ef- the pro-
Americans have been disap-
If i thr- Itassiaiw w nwmy
: we have now. reached the
whet vW: Believe vnoihing
' j. In Wthg skeptical about
: i of Russia leaders how.
. we should keep ' in mindand
n't-:that.it i TWSsibU that
new (c'ader it Moscow might
to avoid war,.
i danget tt"ATtioniigmich a
"ty and it is a definite
.'.ity is that' super patriots
in the United States hnmedi-
; accuse anyone who' admits
a pessibiiity of being pink, or
'ofnmunists,'- or appeaaer, or
en a dreamer.
, ing to be realistic, heWever',
k is in the interests of this
'.ry and its future, on must
t that th sew power in Kus
"ikita Khrushchev, has 'not yet
nally promised this country's
-Timent actions and behavior
V he has failed to produce,
-sibly, he fl! fail us, with
in promises and deception,, just
; ive other Russian rulers. Yet
ijhehev, go 'far, has acted dif
.ily. .He told U. S. newsmen
1 he was in Belgrade that they
? come to Russia. They came,
'.as opened.up the doors to vis
. Inside' Russia, to good per
Jge of. those seeking to go
' has, talked more frankly to
J. Si diplomatic personnel in Mos
s than'a'ny top Russian 'leader
Ul ...... I ItLua a.c
wer. ius; guveninieni apuiugizeu
f a shooting incident off Russia
ntly-tn first such reaction
i Russia in many tears. Rus-,,
i has; turned over ships and small
'ti't given her undef Lend-Lease
.Ite he came to power. Payment
n Russia' Lend-Lease aecount
vvas recently tnade. ' .
We write this, not thinking Rus
' a has suddenly turned into a
mb but because we ' Americans
Hould always hold out the hope
i f peace and understanding, if
here is even a chance that an
agreement is attainable. It seems
nssible, at this point, that Khrush-
ev will be easier to deal with (
an any Russian leader since 1917.1
of enemy1 air attack hv, ehanged
n radicall v that the ' British have
decided only ' Ar$y tthitd, ipfoperty gram on "AM Roads Leie! te Lon
trainid torn the task, will he able , lon'." Mrs. . J. t. v Basaight gave
to handle a crisis which will arise the devotional.. Special music was
Ot a' hydrogefc-hortb attach is f furnished by Jfts. Frank Ward,
fered. ' v ' .' ' unrg. Sidney tayaen, St., ana mrs,
The Idea is to train 48 battalions' Win8tn Lane. ' ' "., "
of 600 men each. These men willT ' TS meeting dosed:. witK. the
be Hghtty armed te combat tooteri , Watchword. ; The hostess served
and1 even enemy alrborn ' troop's' candy and cookie . wifli t bottled
that mittht be ereppe to- spread, "s. :, -! , ; mu-A
confusion. - They will be Spotted
areund the country at points where
a hydrogen .bomb ox atomic .bomb
might be dropped. :.. U'X-:-
1 Too Young A '
anxious to get thefee eggs sold they
take then-esT-thV ifesl toe soon."
"These ; eggs''areivery.,small,"
i : 1 ai. - '-t:..:
The British-change of plan nat- yuu. ""f"'
etttiry poseS the" dtiestidn wnelhetT" h m fronk of f "2
similar procedure will be followed rZ'.''ijr2 IT
in the United States. Talking ?tM1ht tmT'
about civil defense, President Els- ' J ,44thfwTer'
-nk, iha ' etraKji these
h rfM.i.Hur. '.t-t. farmers,", she "replied,;, "they're, sd
martial law ' in . the ,June defense
test in this doantry. ' ' " - v ,
-. Mr. Eisenhower said the situa
tion described id him the day of
the air drill was one f utter chaos.
Fifty-three cities were- in truina,
and confusion ,was everywhere". 'The
President explained he felt martial
law -would, be the best, waf fo main,
tain order, prevent confusion 'and
regain effective control of the conn-
try's vital services. (He has been
criticized for ordering martial law
m some sections of the press.) ,
' This would indicate the President
feels the Army will be needed in
any air raid crisis' in the future.
It may be, then that the admini
stration should give special atten- I
tioJt fo the training of specif Je bat-1
talions for this purpose.' Whether
the Arrhy shduld take over the ipb '
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, THE SOUTEZSN KtSZt .t
' iMerMtkmsi Sunday Ehool '
" leseoft kt luly , 1K
. ' it m V .
Memory' Selection: Be hot de
eeived) 6ed' is net mocked; fot
whatsoever maA! soweth fhat
shall h ilso reapi--Galatians :7.
LeawR Tt: k "
;fT femgs M:2 25J14J. '
As pointed out ht our lesson sev
eral weeks ago, Zedekah' w'&r the
23rd king of Jndah, an irresolute,
vacillating character, in a position
of authority. Apparentry fielpls
to change the tendency of affairs,
Zedekifih tacKed eVette' urare
to try; Om of his few decisive a?,
tions, breaking With Babylon, led
to i th utter destruction of Jndah.
Jndah' Bad1 pretionsiy felt ; the
sting of iti Babylonkn' rash and,
at; first,; Zedefcfah Submitted eoni
pletely to the powet of Nebnthftd
nexiar. ' He ev wote io loMc of
tne'Jeysarready hTr eadVisdng
them to soortit peaceably and be
come1 gjoodeiiizens. : As thd years
passed, hewetet, a powerful group
in Judah began to flirt With the
idea of overthrowing the1 Babylonian-
yoke. Mob, Edohf,' Tre
fnd ofh conntrlerf wanted to ar
range a' general uprising, against
Which Jeremiah warned, but when
the King secured the promise of
Egyptian help, he was willing to
enter into an alliance to defy Sa&y-
It so -happened that .the -king
against whom Zedekiah, was rebell
ing was one of the ablest rulers
yet. produced by any country. Navo
lassar had restored the, Babytonian
Empire, and his. son, Nebucljadns
sar, had been ene. of his capable
generals, . haying? defeated , bt
Egyptians in- the battle ef , Cai
hemish. , Nebuchadnezzar - ruled
Babylon for 43 years, and his fame
rests ..more upon his "statesmanlike
and constructive ability , than upoft
his Military achievements, althouprft
in hat regard, he is entitled to
rank as a great leader., ' .
When. Zedekiah rebedle'd, Nebu-
chadnefea promptly 'came . to Ju
dah atfthhsad'of a 1ge army,
.divided te) lay seige ttf sev
era cities simulUneousry. In thoso
ancient days, the walls ef, a city
- were .its defense, agains des4rH-
tkm, and so the subjects' of Zede
kiah -defended Jerusalem for eigh
teen months. Eyory effort to pro
vide the , necessities of life had
been made, in order to withstand 1
long Mge; ' However; it v4s inevi
table that, sooner or later, the hor
rors fit famine would bring about
destruction unless some relief came.
An Egyptian army marched to the
assistance of the beseiged people
and this brought diversion, -but it
was only temporary. In the closing
months of the Beige, famine and
plague took a terrible toll of the
people inside the city Walls.
. Eventually, the battering rams
and offensive power . ef Babylon
made a breach in the walls of Jeru
salem, whereupon the king and tho
army fled, hotJy' pursued by the
Babylonians. This was for the vear
680 B.C. Zedekiah was captured
as he endeavored to escape and he
was horribly punished for his treas
on by the Babylonians. Before his
tyes, his sons were all slain and
then his own eyes were gouged out.
He was taken in chains to Baby
lon. Here he was condemned by a
.court for treachery and suffered a
painful and Wfe-long punishment.
Many of the prominent leaders
of the' Jews were executed and the
king's wealth was confiscated. A
month or so later, the city of Jem
jialem was destroyed by the Baby
lonian army. The protective wa'ls
were torn down so as to render fi
ther defense impossible and a large
number of the better class of the
stirvivihg people were carried pris.
oners to Babylon. --
8olmon's , Templar one -of the
ancient wonders of the then known
world; Which had been adniired and
revered for more than 400 years,
was entirely sacked and destroyed.
The King's palace, upon which
Solomon spent ' .thirteen tears' ia
building, the Armory and Treasury
of the Royal Hoose, with its mag'
nif leant reception ball, throne rodm
and ether apartments, wtre like-'
Wfse razed to the ground.. Only a
limited portion ef the Inhabitantt
of Jodah were allowed t remain
in the land. . ' ' i , Jr
- The history f Jn'ah has a value
for all' modern nations. '-..The JeWs
pwwpftfred '' and ; grew vht strength
just so long as ti.py were moderate
ly obedient to Gn'I's laws but when
t j moral fir ? ( r Ion ha '
t i ah-." '., '-fy a
Matre anouah gas io'r where you're going, .
Well, little matter, Yoa ca always, gt ,
'more at some service station. ,
t 1 The same gees if unexpected guests drop -
in at home. You can buy bread, meat, of eggs
' at a nearby store . . . or you can borrow from
neighbor. - '
. But this Is not possible when a serious .
; emergency strikes.1 You have to be prepared ;
beforehand. You can't buy strength of spirit..
Not an yerfl borrew it. It gcows within you, '
littleatatirM, . ; '
So be prepared when disappointment dis
couragement, trouble, or grief strike. '
- Through warship atChurch fortify yowr:
self with faith.and eourage. Get acquainted
with God's Jove and wisdom. ' '
I Come, what may, you'll be ready for My
emergency. ''' v J
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m. ron TJCE CHVKCH
WimOL a Btrnn 1 t. . T
f" Ih. Church. "fh
Tot hi own ic ri r: iii
7 "PPort- P an Z
f Monday1 ... . '
J- Zc Onlrttev, P 'ar? -r
I hoo, 9:45 A. II. n -I
j 1 Mot p, lUii o'cloei.
Eve . i Vtb....h S ek.
T 1 1-week - Services, WednS-it
eviing at 8 o clocK. . -
Z2TZLtZt, jUtljCa OF
Joe t Ickhouse, Pastof
t Irrst Sunday
KUX2;r,S BAPTI3T CKUSC3
Pfca II. CulriU1. Panlfitr
CUuirh services' second Bunday at
II A. foartb Sunday at hi.
' Sunday School at 10:00 A. It ,
PEROtlMAVS CHARG .
i i Jf. M, Jsmieson, Paster
-' . " First Sunday:.
. Wew Hope Chureh, J1:0 A-Ml. .
k Oik Grove- Church, 7:00. P. M.-
1 " -1 ' Second Sunday:
' WftifalT CTurch, 11:00 A. If.
' Ceda Grove Chureh, IB A. M, '
.Woodland Church, 7:0(X P, M.
' ' ThW "Sulidayl W 't
Sak Grere Ghureh, J1:0 A. U.
ew Hope Chureh, 70 Pill.
' ' " Fourth Sunday: h
Cedar Grove- Ororch, lljOO A. M,
Woedland Chnreh, 10 A. M.
. Winfall Church, 7:00 P. M. -f
' Fifth Sunday: ' - '
Reodland Chwrch, lt0(r A. M.
yef Meetinr eaeh vVednesdav
at Wmfail Church, 7:0 P. It.
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ANftERSOV'S METPODiST .
F. M. Porter, ITNlf
Chttith 8choo1, 10:0b . M.
Morning WoTshin. 11:00 A. M..
seeevid eind fovrth Sundays
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WOdDVlItLE BAPTIST CHURCH
Hugh Rom Williams, Pastor
Charkh Servires on Mrnnd and
fourth Sundavs at If A, If.'
First and Third Sundavs at 7:45
Sunday School at 9:45 A. M. -UP
RtVER FRIENDS CHURCH
Jaaies Rahenkamp, Paster
Sunday School. :45 A. II.
Chtrch Services 11 A. M., and
7:80 p. M. -Christian
Endeavor, :80 P, IL
Prayer $umri. Wednesday at
7:80 P. M. , , . ,
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BETSEL BAPTIST CHURCH
Rev. J. D. Stoner, .Pasts
Sunday School 10 A. K.
Morning1 worship It A. M. , '
Evening service a P, H; f -
' Pi NET WOODS FRIEND ,.
1. Virgil Pike, Pastor
Church School 10 A. M.
Mofntn worship H A. M. " f
Yoeng people's Meeting 7 P. M.
WHITiVILLE GROVE BAPTIST
. ' CHURCH
Caleb Goodwill. Jr. Pastor
Sunday School 10:30 A. M. ev-
srv sanriay xcept third Sunday.
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' HERTFORD' METHODIST
CHURCH , ,
I. S. RlchmoM, Panto
Chttrdi School 9:48 A. M.
Morning' Worship 11:00 o'clock.
v Youth f eHowship, :45 P. If.
- Eveningf worship, 7:80 P. M.
Mid-week Fellowship. Wednesdav
at 7:30 P.M. . . , , , ,
BARLEY SWAMP PILGRIM
' Coy S. Saunders, Pastw
Sunday School, 10:00 A. tL -Maminf
Worship It o'clock. ,
Youni People's meeting at 6:80
Sirenina; worship, 7:30 o'clock. .
id-week Bertfces Thnraddv at
7:30 .Pf.M. , yx--?J"
' HOLY TRINITY " T (
' EPISCOPAL CHURCH
Rev. Paul E. Straits, raster "
9:00 A. Holy Communion. 1st
, I1:0J A. At., Morning myer,
Sunday. . . .
11:00 A.-M.t Holy Comniimion
Sfd Sunday. '
7:30 P. M., Evening Prayer, 4th
Junoyr t . , ''..'''
7. i P. M.f Evening Prayer, Ewi
ouftv.. y. ,.-' .-
9:45 A. M, Church School, Every
ei:""v ct.rcii cchrist
v.. f I erry, 1'nstoi)
f 1 a;.J 4ih Suiiu-r at 10:30
A. II. - ,
J?omir worshin on first and
th! jysatllA. M.
; J kit 7
i J ani third
J 1. ii..- -'
ol every f ,t Ea-
il., prl." ;rSP.
"iy T ' ool eve. i, ,
Sunaay at 11 A, j... .
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