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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, August 5, 1949
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r FRIDAY, AUGUST S, 1349 Flexible Support Program Asked Poultry Group Head Suggests Stop-Loss, Break-Even Level KANSAS CITY, Aug. 5. M>y—A flexible tyi>e of farm price nupport program with supports at stop-loss or break-even level was recommended yesterday by Andrew Christie, president of the International Baby Chick Association. In a telegram to Senator Elmer Thomas, chairman of the Senate Agriculture Committee, the Kingston, N. H., poilltryman said such a program would be more constructive than the plan of Secretary Brannan. "It will enable consumers to benefit from low prices which should and must result from o\ei production," he said. » "By reducing the support level in W/lmes of threatened surpluses, it will automatically eliminate part of the incentive for over production and (he need for a costly bureaucracy to police agriculture." Officials of the trade organization have estimated that the 1050 egg supporting operations will cost taxpayers at least S150.000.000 If the program is operated along the same lines as that for the current year. "All other high support programs will pyramid in the same manner," Christie warned. "We fear the taxpaying consumer will strike against government farm programs in general if this trend isn't stopped. The flexible support at no more than a break-even or stop-loss level is a step back to common sense. "We are amazed that the government supported egg market should average several cents higher this summer (nan last year In the face of a general downward trend in the national price structure on which parity is based." He pointed out that had eaeli citizen eaten just seven more e°es per person in 1913, there would have been no need for a government support operation. AFL to Spend $1,000,000 in ^Political Effort BOSTON. Aug. 5. Wi-The American Federation of Labor Is planning to cross party lines in- a history-making, milllon-dollar-p 1 u s campaign to defeat four senato-f: and reeled, eight others In 1950 Joseph D. Keenan of Chicago said yesterday. Keenan, AFL directnr of political education, told a press conference held in ronneciion with the Massachusetts Federation of Labor convention that this Is tile APL's 1050 aim: "To elect a congress which will vote for Ihe Issues the people want." The labor nrganiation, he ^aiiT "ill "try to defeat" these senators- Taft iR-Ohio). Capehart f-indl- anai. Dnnnell <R-Mis.souri> and Millikin iR-Colorario). The AFL. he said, will support (hese senators: McMahmi (D- Connecticiit>, Meyers CD-Pennsylvania). Uitl ID-Alabama). Pepper fD-FIoridal. Morse (D-Oreconl Thomas (D-Utah>. Lucas m-Illin- nis) and Aiken (R-Vermont). Keenan said the AFL planned to ^pend Sl.000.000 or more on "the ^nost intensive campaign" in iUs history. Funds wilt be raised by 52 assessments, he said. BLYTHETTLLB (ARK.? COTTSnER NEW1 ^2 S.ITTIiJG PRt iTY — Champion Fiare Von Tappan makes a .labit of collictii:g blue ribbons md trophies The Standard onauzer lady sits with part of her collection di San r'rancisco- r"t;nijisuhi Dog, Show in R«l- woud Cny. Calif. GOP Senators Anxious for Adjournment WASHINGTON. Alls. 5—<;1V-Re- publican senators anxious to adjourn the present .session of Con- areas today called on Senate Dran- ocraiic lenders to present a "definite legislative program." Two closed-door strategy sessions of the GOP senators failed to produce nny minority agreement on adjournment other than a promfsc to cooperate on speeding up the legislative machinery. "There was' sentiment that the | majority leadership h a s bogged Idown," Senator Millikin iR-Colo) j told reporters after the conference of all Republicans. Millikin, chairman or the GOP conference, said Republican leaders would ask Majority Leader Lu- h iiis <D-l]l> to "set a program and cio the wo can to get rapid consideration or ii." i Senator Taft cR-Ohiol chairman of the Senate OOP Policy Committee, said trying to fix a definite adjournment date might encourage filibusters anci other delaying moves. Informed of the RcpublU-an sessions. Democijuir Lender Litrru mid a reporter "«'c «m'l do anything about adjournment or our prtigrMtn until we get appropriations out of the- way." The Senate still is debating more than worth of money bills that slioulrl have been p.isscd before the new fiscal year started i on July l. CHURCH NEWS Blytheville FIRST, CHURCH Of THK NAZAKENE Sunday Schoul, U:4S a.m i'oung People's Meeting 1:15 CHUkCH OF CHRIST t. \\ Sluvall, pasUU Sunday School 9:50 ajn. Worship Service 10:50 am. Bible Study t>:*& pjn. Evening Service, U p-m ASSH.UBLV O* GOD Charles U. Neece, pastur Sunday School, 9:45 tt.m Morulug Worship 11 livening Service. 8 poll Prayei Meeting. Wednesday 7 p.m. Christ Ambassador Services 6:30 p.m Chum en's Church o:30 p.m Evangelistic Services 1:30 pjn I.AKI. STRF.E'I METHOUISl Linza Harrison, pastor iUn.uu. cicuuui J 45 ['reaching Service ajn WSC.S Monday i:Zd pjn Wednesday Mid- Week Seiviues i.M p.m KIHS'l BAPTIS1 < CI1APKI MISSION Kev b. C Hrown pastor Worship Service 9-^0 ajn Sunday School 10:30 a.m Training Union 6:15 pjn FIKS'I BAPTIST 1C. C. Bruwn pastor Sunday School 9:4n a.m Mormn? Worship Service. 10:55 im Training union. 6:15 p.m. Evening Worship Services. 7:3(1 p.m Wednesday Sunday School Cabinet Meeting 6:45 p.m Prayei Service. 7:45 p.m Officer* and Teachers meetlne 1:00 p.m Wednesday, cnon renearsal. 8:30 p.m CALVARY BAPTIST ICth i IK! Chidiasaorba I'. II. JernigaD pastor Sunday School, 9:4b a.m 'Morning Worship ll:uo a.m. IiLlci'juedlaLe G A 's 5:30 pjn B- 1 U. 7:110 p.m Wednesday choii rehearsal and Evemnp Worship, 8:00 p.m officers and teachers meeting at Ihe same Hour, 7:00 p.rn Wednesday Prayei Meeting, 8:00 Friday. Men's Brotherhood. President Voices Support Of International Fair WASHINGTON. AUK. 4. r-.p. — President Truman yesterday voiced his support of a proposed international fair in Ihe United States ! next year to stimulate international i trade. | Mr. Truman told his news con- ' ference he thought the Idea for such a fair is a very fine thine. He said the matter Is under consideration officially, but he did not KO Into details. i Women, on tile average, outlive men. Women's average was GG.3 years in 1046. compared with men's 62.7 years. CHURCH O'l- THE IMMACULATE CONCEPTION Kev. B. Francis Mci>ev!tl. pastor Sunday Masses. 7:30 and 10:00 a.m KIKS'I METHODIST Roy 1. Bagley, pastor Church School 9:4b a.m Morning Worship 11 a.m Vouili Chon Rehearsal b:45 p.m G:30 p.m Junioi Fellowship; Intel mediate M Y F.i Senior-Young Peoples M.Y.F Evening Service, '1:30 p.m. After church fellowship 8:30 pm Wednesday choh rehearsal. 1t30 p.m Bible Study 8:30 pjn FULL GOSPEL TABERNACLE Lilly and Vlnp K. T. Kcllcy, pastor Sunday School 9:45 a.m Morning Worship 11 a.m Young People, 6:43 p.m Evening Worship 7:30 pjn. FUST LBTHKBAN Sl> W. Walnut KCT.- G. MkulMr, pattor 1« ajn, Sunday School tad Bible Class. H a.m. Divine Worship, FUSBYTBKUN Harvej T. Kid*. Miakttr »:45 a.m.. Sunday School. II a.m., Morning Worship, guest speaker will t= Gary Jones, native of Wales and ministerial student at Arkansas College. TEMPLE ISRAEL Or All red Vise, nbM Next services slier announcement l FIRST CHRISTIAN CHUKCH Lester K. Slrubhar. pallor 9:45 a.m., Sunday School 10:50 a.m., Communion Service. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SOCIKTy 1211 VT. Main St. Services •. 11 n.m.; Wed. 8 p.m. Spirit is the subject of the Lesion-Sermon which will be read m .ill churches and Societies of the Church of Christ, Scientist on Sunday. ST. STEPHEN'S EPISCOPAL Urn J. Fitzliugh. Priest In Charge Eighth Sunday after Trinity. II a.m.. Morning Prayer ' WEST BLVTHEVII.LE METHOIHST PARISH William B .Yuunt. pastor LONE OAK Worship services at 11 a.m on the first and third Sundays conducted oy pastot on othei Sundays by laymen from hirst Methodist Jhurch. Blytheville Church School--lo a.m. every Sunday. Miss Marjorl Robertson supei intendent HALF MOON -Worship services at 11 a.m on second and fourth Sundays by pastor on othei Sundays by laymen from First Methodist Church. Blvtheville. Church School--lo a.m every Sunday Earl Baker, superintendent. Rural Churches BUKDETTE CHUKCU Oi GOD R E. Shaw, pastor Sunday School. 9:45 a.m Morning Worship. 11 a.m Young People 7:uu p.m Evening Worship 8:00 pjn ISIMANIIEL BAPTIST Krick C. Heckshrr pastor Sunday School. 10 a.m Morning Worship, n a.m Training Union, 7 p.m - Evening Service, 7:30 p.m Wednesday night prayer service. 7 p.m GOSNELL BAPTIST Carl Castltman, pastor Sunday School. 10:00 a.m Morning- Worship, 11 00 ajn. Training Onion, 7:3o p.m Evening Worship. 8:00 p.m Thursday. 7:30 p.m. Prayei Service. AKMOREI. BAPTIS1 W. O Auten, pas lor. Sunday School. 10:00 a.m Preaching Ipoo a.m rramuig Union, 7:00 pjn Evening VVotship. 8:00 p.m. Wednesday Prayer Meeting. 7:30 GOSNELL METHO1>1ST Lee Anderson, pastor Church School 10:00 a.jjj Worship Service, 11:00 ajn M.Y..F Groups 7 p.m Eve.iin^ Service. 7:30 p.m Prayer Meeting. 7:30 p.rn, Wednesday tVOUULA.VI) CORNER BAPTISI Sunday School 10:00 a.m Worship Service. 11:00 ajn B T U. 7:00 p.m Evening Worship 8:00 pjn Wednesday Prayei Service 7:00 Ingrid Tumbles, Works H HOLLYWOOD. Alls;. 5. Wi-In- —^nd Bergman tumbled 30 feet down the side of a volcano on the Italian Island of Stromholi. then got up to work 12 more hours in front of the cameras. The accident happened Saturday, her studio said after receiving » cable from a writer on the picture Miss Berkman is making (here. She suffered cuts and bruises on Her left arm and leg. j The SECRET of Rothrock's Prescription Serfke ROTHROCKDRU6CO. PHOKt MM Announcing. Now Under New Management BOB & EMILY WILBURN THE SUPPER CLUB South Osceola Delicious Country FRIED CHICKEN All Vou Can Eat for $ 1.50 A rnmplde illnner incloctin)! laHe. country gravy, salad, hnl rolls and liiiltcr. DINE & DANCE For dinner and dancing or even just an afternoon snack, you'll enjoy going to The Supper Club In South Osceola. ,\ow under new management the new Supper Club offers you tastetnlly-prcpared steaks, chops, sea food, frog legs, chicken in the basket and many other delicious foods. Whether you go to dine or to dance be certain trial you'll enjoy the clean, new surroundings ... the prompt, courteous service. Try us soon. CURB SERVICE • SPECIAL RATES FOR PRIVATE PARTIES* THE SUPPER CLUB South Osceola Owner: O. C. St. Glair NEW UBEBTT BATTWT Vive mn«e E*nth Ucbwc; (I ••Mcll Oulftr, put«r Sunday School, 10:00 »jn. MorrUn« Worship, 11:00 a-m. Triuaing Union, 7:00 p.m. Evening Wor«bJp Service, 7:00 p.m- NIIMBEX NINE BAPTIST Gent Sfaelu, ftatt Sunday School. 1:45 t.m Morninj Worship, 11:00 ijn Sunday. ::15 pjn. Miisioo Arm Sunday S^iool ajid churcb at Yai- bro School auditorium Training Union, ^ pjn. BvtnlOf Worship, 8 pm GATEWAY TABERNACLE L. G. Burin, faun Church Sen'lce, 9:0 a.m Evening Worship, 7:30 pjn. Church Service, WeoUiesday and Friday. 1:30 p.m HALF MOON ASSEMBLY OF GOD Rev. Martin Reafaji pallor Sunday Scnooi. 10:00 a.m Morning Worship, 11:00 ajn. C. A Service, 7:00 p.m Evening Worship, 8:00 p.m. Wednesday prayer'service. 7:30 p.m HUKFMAN CHUKCB Ot UOU James H)ur», putoi • Sunday Schuol U:4J ajn Morning Worship, 11:00 ajn. Evening. Service 7:30 p.m. V.P.E. Saturday J:JO pjn HUFFMAN BAJ>TIS1 l>avid Mrl'mr pautot 10:00 a.m. timiclay ^ehuul 11:30 a.m. Morning Service 6:00 p.m Evening service 6:00 p.m. B T U Meeting Friday. 7 p.m. choli practice and prayei meeting FLA'l LAKE METHODIC! LrRoj Henrj. minuter Mornmg Worship, every Sunday 9:30 a.m Sunday School, every Sunday 10:30 a.m PROMISED LAND M£THOIHSi L*R<i> Henry, minister Church School, each, Sunday 10:00 ajn Worship Services, tlrst and aura Sundays, 11:00 a.m.; second and fourth Sundays 7:30 p.m. M.Y.P.—Wednesday. 7:30 p.m. Wesleyan Guild, second and lonr- th Tliursclays. VAKKKO ME1HOI>1SI LeRoy Henry, minister Chui'cli School, each Sunday 10:00 a.m Worship Services, second and [ourth Sundays, U'.OO ajn.; llrst and third Sundays, 7:45 p.m. Wesleyan Guild, first and third Mondays. CLEAR LAKE BAPTIST J. E. <Jnx pastor Sunday School a:45 ajn Worsliip Service ll:oc a.m Training Union. 1 p.m Worship Service. 8 p.m Mld-Week Service. 7:30 p.m Wednesday Luxoro Churches ASSEMBLY OP fiOD .1. C. Rieklnson. pastor 10:00 a.m Simony Scnool 11:00 a.m Worship Service 6:00 p.m C. A Service 7:30 p m Saturday Service. 7:30 p.m Wednesday Prarar service. CHURCH OF CHRIST O«car L Ha.?j Mlnisltr Bible Study 10 a.m. Preaehlng n a.m. 730 p m on first and third Sundays PAGE THREE KIRST BATTIBT A. B. BUI, putor 10:00 a.m. Sunday School. 11:00 am. Worship Services. 6:00 p.m B. T. D. 7:00 pm Worship Service. 1:00 pjn. Wednesday. Prayer Service. UJ.VOKA METHODIST 11. L KuliffOD, pastor Chuieh School, 10 a.m Morning Worship, 11 a.m. Methodist Youth Fellowship groups. 6 p.m Evening Worship Service, 1 pjn Osceola Churches FIKS'I CHKIST1AN L. R. Still Jr., pus I or Morning Worship 10:51' n.ra. Evening Services 7:00 p.m Midweek Service. 7:30 p.m FIRST FRKSKVTKRIAN L. T. Lawrence, pastor Sunday School, 9:45 «.m Morning Worship 11 Young People 5:00 p.m Wednesday evening service, 7:30 FIKS'I BAPTlS'f Kusirll J. Clllbli, pastor Sunday School, 945 n.m Morning Worship 11 00 a.m B I Union 6:30 p.m Evening Strplee 1::)0 pm Midweek Service. 7:30 p.m CIIII'tUH OF CKIIIS'I O, C. Th(""t^ snni p^Alnr Morning Worship lo 45 am Kvenins; Service )-3t p.m S inday School <J:45 i.m Bible Study. TcicMlnv and Frld 7:30 pm ST MA'I i m:\vs Ker B. Francis ,«<>l>,'vll| , ms |or 1st, 3rd and 5th Sundays Mass 8:00 am KlltS'I FKNTECdfTAl N'nrman Kent, pastor Evening Service 7 30 n.m FIRSl MKTIIODIS'I 11. J. Couehman, pastor Sunday School J:<5 a.m Worship service P n.m. Method!*' Youth Fclknvshlp.-Grl!- Worship service. 7 p.m. Wednesday —Youth Choli prnctlce ti:3l p m. Sentnr Choir r30 p.m CALVAKV Kl'ISCOI'AL IVm. ,1. fit/.lmi;)i. I'rlest In Oliarsr Eighth Sunday after Trinity. Morning Pr.iycr, 11 a.m. Twentieth Century Finds Canadians Alert TORONTO—(/PP—-TIIO twentieth century Is Cnnndn's century" says Dr. Bernard K. Snndwcll! well- known author anil educator. "Canada's industrial nilrt agrlciilturn] achievements have established her as n vital economic reservoir of the western democracies," Dr. Snnd- wcll said. "Her political .stature has increased In n corresponding mnil- ner. Her slalemen nf nil iwlltlcal parties have contrived to maintain CHILLS ANDFEI/ER TO QUININE NOW AT VOUR ~ DRUGGIST M2OO IN VALUABLE PRIZES 5 Compare $24O Art Courses Given Including Drawing Outfits Copy the girl. Try for n pri/.c! Whether you win or not, the contest judges wilj write you, if they feel you can develop your talent profitably. Our famous home-study course makes your own room an extension of one of the world's largest art schools. 31 years experience in turning out money-making graduates. Big Money Now for trained illustrators and artists. 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A HrniM'-Senate I Conference Commute will iron onl' Hie differences between the two bills, The House bill, by Hep. fain (D- Cial, also lakes steps—In prep:irlw! for wheat nroduc-l:tm controls -tn prelect groweis In areas where: wheat acreage has expanded rapidly in recent years. The race bill's primary jmrpo-e Is to brim; about :i balance of cotton production with demand to maintain Ihe cotton price support program. Such a balance Is In- lended to Corc.slnll covcrnim-nl losses on (lie loans It makes to support col ion prices. The bill amends Hie present law under which the secretary of aurlrtilliirn cannot allot less than 27,riOO,Oon ncrra. Butter Reserves High; Price Should Be Stab/* WASHINGTON, Aug. 5. (/T;—He- serves of butter now appear to be ample to protect consumers against a sharp price advance next fall and v.'int'?!-. Agriculture Department reports indicate that private and government holdings arc equivalent to slightly more than one month's needs. This ts ttie biggest reserve . for this time of the year since he- lore the war. Since wartime price controls were removed, there has been a tendency for butter prices to decline In -the spring season of heaviest pruduc- llon and tn shoot up In the fall and winter .season of lowest production. a degree of unity ainoni; her diverse ponuhition which affords to the world a shining example nf mutual fairness and tolerance." Or. Sanclwcll. editor-in-chief of "Saturday Night." spore at ceremonies marking the Issuance of a special Canadian edition of the 1'jicyclopedla Americana. NOW! Beautiful Floors In Your Home Whether you'd lite your present tloors uciiuiilully rcflnlshed. or n vou wish new tmrdsvood, as- phall 01 ruhbei ulc, or Inlaid II- nolcum doors Charles Wood can do the work expertly and at a reasonable cost Call 2212. FKKE ESTIMATES Charles Wood Arkiinsas Paint Co. Phone 2272 EASY RULES! You bw • mMeur. Our Bturlent* Dot eligible. MuXe copy of jprl 6 ins. high. Pencil or pen only. 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