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Friday, August 19, 1949
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FRIDAY, AUGUST If, 1941 •LYTHEVTLLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS THl NATION TODAY— Tardiness in Senate Prevents U.S. From Signing New Trade Pacts to Obtain Foreign Goods H; Jimr* Mirlow WASHINGTON, Aug. 19. (ifi —What's slower than molasses on a cold day? Creeping through it. ThLs la the story of how Ihe Senate does it. Back In 1934 Congress pasMd the reciprocal trade agreements act to encourage world trade. • It wa5 sponsored and pushed by President Roosevelt and Secretary of State Hull. It worts this way: The United Stales cnU tariffs on certain goods another country wants to sell us. provided that country cuts tariffs on certain goods we want to sell St. We've made such agreements with 42 countries, upon a great variety of goods. And the act has become one of the main supports of our foreign policy. Congress has repeatedly renewed U.S Not to Risk International Incident in Canton HONG KONO, Aug. 19. (API — Vive Admiral Oscar C. Badger, commander of United States Naval forces in the Western Pacific, -said today '.lie navy would not send planes to evacuate Americans from Canton once Ihe city becomes a bat- .e act since 1934 for one, or two or three years at a time. The last lime Congress diri thai ivas in 1946. Thai was a one-year renewal. Act Expired June 30 The act was scheduled to die .lunc 30. 1949 unless before Dial .date ^ ^ m Al)]Cr j CB1)! . ,„ , l!e C!m(on arpa wh" want to leave. tle?ronnd. 'We have no intenilon of risking an international incident and get- ling involved in the ( civil war", he said In an interview. Meanwhile, the Navy will establish an air shuttle to move these of CHURCH NEWS Congress again renewed it for a yea or more Early this year President Truman a.iked Conpress to be sure Co vole the act at least another year of life before it expired on June 30. The House, which gel.s its work done a lot faster than tile Senate because talk Is limited in the House but not in Ihe Senate, voted last February to renew Ihe act The Senate has been kicking it around ever since. Came June 30 anrl the Sc-nate hadn't 'iCtcd. It's now August 19 and the Senate still hasn't acted and Isn't expected to act for some weeks to come. The Senate has been behind on its whole schedule this year. Agreements made between this country and others belore June 30 are still in effect. U.S. Consul Genera! Grarpe O Hopper said more than half are missionaries who have indicated lillle Interest in leaving Cliina, hut probably would take advantage of chf Navv service. Six seap'nnes will fly Ihe evacuees on from Hon° Kons to Manila where they will be housed In naval barracks at Sangley Point until they arrange transportation lo the United States. Hopper said more than 70 U.S. embassy and consulate officers and employees being moven from C:in- ton will rx' accommodated on the De.slroyer Tender Dixie in Canton Harbor. . „. , „ .. . i Lawmaker Seeks 'Swap' But, since the act officially died r une 30, in new deals can be made , Of farm Literature until Ihe act is renewed, maybe in Seplember. Cannot SljT New Ajreemenls This has gummed up the work of a group of American trade officials who have been working in Prance wllh the representatives of 33 other countries. The representative of those vari- For Grid Game Tickets WASHINGTON, Aug. 19— (/D — ^My dear colleagues," Rep. Celler fD-NYl wrote other House members. "I would deeply appreciale the opportunity of exchange agrl- ous countries, Including ours, had | letm been able to work out agreements Navy on a number of trade deals. They had been working on them two culture yearbooks or farmer's bul- years. Until June 30. or before the death of the reciprocal trade agreements act, President. Truman had been able to approve the deals made with other countries. .Since June 90, though, with -the for tickets to the Army(football) game this fait." Each member of Congress gets a quota of football tickets to the game and also a quota of farm literature, both In demand by constituents. "fn my constituency. Celler wrote, "The demand for Arm-Navy tickets is overwhemllng, and I am hopefuV that this offer of exchange Blythcville nisi CHURCH o» ram NAZAKKNI Sunday School. 9:45 «-m Young People* Meeting 1:15 | UHUhCH O* CHKI81 C. tV Xtotili, pa*lw Sundaj School 8:50 i-m Worsnip Service ll):irt) »-m Bible Stud; »:4i p.m Evening Service I p-m AtMt.UBLY Of COD Chirln O KMce pattM dilnday School » 45 »Jn Morning Worship 11 »-m Evening Service 8 p.m Prayei Meeting. Wednesday 1 p.m Christ Ambassador Services 6:3tl u.m Children's Church o:50 p.m Kvanzelislh Services T30 pjn i,AKK SIHKK'I MKTHOIJIS1 Unu HarriKm, p«stat :jui.ud> dcnom 'J 4? i'reachiuK Service lu »s a'.m WSCS Monday l!:30 p.m Wednesday Mid-Week Scivitcss I:'M p.m frTKS'l BAPITS1 CHAPKI MISSION Kev I*. C KniHii nasloi Worship yervice 9 3ti a.m Sunday School ID'30 a.m Training Union 6'!.^ p.m K1KSI KATUN'! E. ij. HruKii pastor Sunday School, 9:4.S a.m Mornine Worship Service 10:5b a.m Training Union 6:15 p.m Evening Worship Services 1:30 DJX1 Wednesday Sunday School Cabinet Meeting 6:45 p.m Prayei Service 7-45 p.m Officer. 1 - and Teacher meeting 7:00 p.m Wednesday cnou renearsal 8:30 id dead. Mr. Truman has been un- my alleviate the problem." able to give such approval. Yet the United States wn» a prime mover in starting the talks in France. All this, because of the Senate's tardiness, puts the U^S. in a strange spot Maybe nothing was lost by the delay—since the Senate is expected to approve renewal of the act— but our trade agreements have been slowed up. Hundreds Attend Rites For Margaret Mitchell ATLANTA, Aug. 19. M>) — Hundreds of persons stood outside a small stone chapel as last rites were held yesterday for Margaret Mitchell, author of "Gone With The Wind." Loud speakers brought to the public he solemn and dignified words of the Episcopal Church service. Some 300 persons, admitted by Invitation only, crowded the In.'fde of the funeral home. Miss Mitchell, struck down by a speeding automobile last Thursday nicht. died Tuesday. There Miss Mitchell was buried in the family lot in Oakland Cemetery, not far from the monument to the unknown dead of the Confederacy. Lambert Homed Head Of Bridge Commission HELENA. Ark.. Aug. 19. J. B. Lambert of Helena, yesterday was elected chairman of the revived and enlarged Arkansas-Mississippi bridge commission which hopes to huild a nciv bridge acroat the Mississippi River here. Lambert also Is chairman of the Arkansas Highway Commission. E. C Brewer, Jr.. of Clarksdalr. Miss., was elected vice chimun. and John C, Sheffield of Helena, secretary. A six-man commission first was set up in 1933, but the bridge was not built. By a recent Congressional act, the membership was enlarged to 18. nine each from Arkansas and Mississippi. Peak of the wartime selective service program was in March. 1944. when the monthly induction figure reached 233.000. ASK FOR 666 WITH QUININE NOTICE I Notice Is hereby given thai Tors- fnn Livdqnist has made application for n permit to establish a Cbiropr;«cttc office and clinic on ! 1st' 4 Block 9 Chickasawba Adai- tinn. There are to be no alternations ; to the •triic'.urc of the building. | Any protest by interested parties ' should be tiled in the office of the '' Ci'-y Clerv- within 30 days ! CITY OF BLYTHEVILLE ' Roy Little Bid?. Inspector Aug. F 1940 8 19-26 SHRUBBERY We aStK- a complete line of Stark Landscaping plants and trees Order now toi Fall planting Start's 131 vcars experience In this field assures youi getting ihe most for you: money Allow us to give yon a free estimate Telephone 554 today. m.YTHRVM.LE WII.l.YS SALES COMPANY Modern Home FOR SALE Beautiful 3-bcdroom home In nice rcslden- lial area. Has 2 baths '2-cai garage. GK heating system, complete insulation, verj modern kitchen, large breakfast room, lull si7.e dining room, large screen porch, servants' house. In Central School district Can be financed by PHA. Shown by appointment only. Call or see MAX LOGAN Phon* 2034 CALVAB* BAPTIST l«th an4 Chlckaaavka r. H. Jernlga* puUr Sunday School, B:4J> »ja Morning Worship 11:UU am. Ini'rmedlat* Q. A a !>:3U pjn. B. T. U.. 7:00 pm Wednesday, cnou renearuJ tnd Eveuuifr Wormip, 0:00 p.m. officers ana teachers meeting at i-ht same hour, 1:00 p.m Wednesday Prayei Meeting, 11:00. Friday, Men'« Brotherhood. CHUKCH O» THt IMMACULATE CONCEPTION Rev. H. FrancU McUevlll, pj*tor Sunday Ua&set, 7:30 and 1U:IK) a.m KIKS'l Mr.THODISI Roy 1. Ba[lejr, [tutor Churcll School. 9.43 ujn Morning Worship 11 a.m Youth Chou Rehearsal o;4b pm 6:30 p.m Junioi Fellowship. In lermediate M V P.; Senior-Young 'copies M V.* Evening Service, 1:30 p.m Allei church fellowship a:30 pin Wednesday choir rehearsal 7 30 p.m Bible Study 8:30 p.m FULL GOSl'El TAKKKNACU-. I.ill) and Vine E. T. Ktlltj. paKur Sunday School !):45 a.m Moulin..' Woiship u a.m Young People 6'« p m Esenine Wnrshlp 1 30 p.m Hltf'l 1.UTI1KKA.V 517 W Walnut Kef. G- Miessler. pastor 10 a.m. Sunday School ana Bible Class 11 a.m Divine Worship HltS'l I'RESBYTKKIAN llarvt-.v T. K^lcl. minister 9:45 a.m SuiuJiiy School 11 a.m., Mo-ning Worship guest .speaker will Gary Jones, nntiv of SVales and ministerial student at Arkansas College. TKMI'I.K ISRAKI llr Alirril Vise, nbbl Next services after announcement FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH l.rster U Slrubhar. pastnt ( J:4.i a.m. Sunday School 10:.TO a.m. Conmninion Service «T. STEPHEN'S EPISCOrAL Wm. J. FiUhufh, Prle.t In Charge Tenth Sunday alter TrinHy 7:30 am. Holy Communion 11:00 a.m. Morning Prayer Monday 7:30 p.m. St. Stephen's Men's Club meets it Hotel Noble. Wednesday-St. Barlholorr.ew Apostle 8:00 a.m. Holy Communion < HRIS1AIN SCIENCE SOCIETY im W. Main SI. Services 11 a.m. Sunday, 8 p.m. Wednesday. Mind is the subject of Ihe Lesson Se:mon which will be read In all Churches and' Societies o! the Church of Christ Scientist, on Sun- (ta.v, Aug. 21, 1944. WEST B!,YTHEVI1.1,E METHODIST PAKISH William B .Vuunt. pastor LONE OAK--Worship services at II am. on the first and third Sundays conducted oy oastoi On other Sundavs by laymen from Pinl Methodist jhurch. Blvthevllle Church School 10 a.m every Sunday. Miss Mar tori RoberUon superintendent HALF MOON Worship services at 11 a m on second and fourth Sundays by pastor on othej Sundays by laymen from First Method- 1st Church. Blvthcvllle. Church School—10 a.m every Sunday Earl Baiter, superintendent Rural Churches BUKDETTK CHURCH Of GOIJ R E. Shlltt pistol Sunday School 9M5 a.m Murnlng Worship Ham Yount: People 7:uu p.m Evening Worship 8:flO p.m IJIMAS'UEL KAI-1ISI Erick C. Heeksher pjvlor Sunday School. 10 a.m Mornlnij Worship U am Training Union 1 p.m Evening Service. 7:30 p.m Wednesday night prayer service 7 p.m GOSNEI.L BAPTIST Carl Castleman, pastor Sunday School, 10:00 a.m Morning Worship 11:00 »jn Training Union 7 30 p.m Evening Worship 8:00 p.m Thursday 7:30 p.m. Prayer Ser- vie*. AKMOREL BAPTIST W. O. Aulrn, pajtor Sunday School, 10:00 a.m. Preaching, 11-CO a.m Training Union, 7:00 p.m Evening Worship, 8:00 p.m. Wednesday Prayer Meeting, 7:JO GOSNELL JIETHOUIS1 Iff Anderson, paste* Church School 10:00 a.-m Worilup Service, 11:00 ajn M.Y.F Groups. 7 pm Eve-iing Service, 7:30 p.m Prayer Meeting, 7:30 p.m., Wednesday HAL> MOON ANSKMBI.* Of GOD NEW LIHtKIV BAKllSI Five miles Suulb lUlbwij (1 Russell Duffer, pa&tac Sunday School 10:00 a.m Morning Worship 11 00 ajn Training Union, 7:00 p.m. Evening Worship Service 7:00 p.m. NUMKER NINE BAFTIS1 Gene Sliultz. pasror Sunday Schcol 9:45 a.m Morning Worship 11 00 ajn Sunoay 2:15 p.m Mi.-.s:on Arm Sunday School and church at Yarbro S<:hool auditorium Framing Union, 7 p.m Evening Worship 8pm <<.VI'K1VAY TAKKIIN'ACLC L G Burali piisEnf Church Sei'i'ice 9 43 a.m Evening Worship 7:30 p.m Kei Atartiii Kea^an paslnr Cliurcii Service Wednesday and Friday 7:30 D.m Sunday School 10:00 a.m Morning Worship 11:00 a.m C A Service 7:00 pm Evening Worship 8:00 p.m Wednesday prayer service T:3l p.m Chevrolet offers you the most- for the least money! 1VOODI.AM) CORNER KAPIIS'l Sunday School 10:00 a.m Worship Service. 11:00 a.m B. T U 7:00 p.m Evening Worship 8:00 p.m Wednesday Prayei Service 1:00 HUFFMAN CHURCH Of GOD James Wynes, paslot Sunday School 9:43 ajn Morning Worship 11:00 a.m Evening Service 7:30 p.m. Y.P.E.. Saturday '7:30 p.m HUFFMAN BAP-TOT UarM Mcreu*. fmMtm 10:00 am, Sunday bcbool 11:00 a.m.. Morning Service 6:00 p.m. Evening Seme* 6:00 p.m.. B T 0. Meeting ftiday. 7 p.m. choir practice ana prayer meeting. FLA'I LAKE METHODIST LeKoy Henry, mlnl«t«t Morning Worship, »very Sundij 9:30 a.m. Sunday School, every Sunday PROMISED LAND METHOU1S1 LcKtiy Henry, mlnfetet Church School each Sundaj 10:00 a.m Worship Services, tirst and thira Sundays 11:00 a.m.. second ana fourth Sundays 7-30 p.m. M.Y.F.—Wednesday. 7:30 p.m. Wesleyan Guild, second and fourth Thursdays. YAKBKO MKIHOIIIS1 LcKoy Henry minister Church School, each Sunday 10:00 a.m Worship Services, second ana lourth Sundays M :00 a.m . llrst and third Sundays, 7:45 p.m. Wesleyan Guild, first and third Moil days. CLEAR LAKE BAPTIS1 I E Cox paslur Sunday School -j 45 ajn Worsiiir. Service 11:00 «.m I Training Union 1 pm SVorshlp Service B p.m I Mid-Week Service- 7:30 p.m Wednesday Luxora Churches ASSKMHI.T Of nilD J. C. nU'kin&on. pastor 10:00 a.m Sunan.v Scnool 11:00 a.m Worship Service 6:00 p.m ;" A Service 7:30- p m Saturday Service 7:30 p.m Wednesday Prayei sei vice. CHURCH OF CHJUST fKrii L. Hays Minister Bible Study 10 a.m. Preaching 11 a.m. 7:30 p.m or first and third Sundays t'lRST BAPTIST A B Hill paslni 10:00 a.m Sunday School PACI mo ••^M^^^^HMHMB. 11:N IB. Worahlp tartan. «:00 PJB • T. 0. 7:00 pm Wonhlp Seme*. 7:00 p« vic« fUXOBA MK'IHOIIISI M. L. IUNMK ptwttt Church School, 10 «m Morning Worahlp, U tjn. Methodljl Ynutb rallowihlp groups. 4 pjn Evening Wonhlp Servic* 1 pm Osceolo Churches KIKH'I U K- 8UD Jr. Mornir- Worship ld:S< a.m Evening Servlcw,7:00 p.m Midweek Service 1:30 pjn PIKS1 PRESBVI'ICRIAN 1^. r. Lswrenc*, paste* Sunday School 'i-4i x m Morning Worship 11 a.m Young People J:00 p. m Wednesday evening lervic*. 7:3fl FIKS'I BAKU!-'! KUS.M-U i Clubb ,»,!<>, Sunday School 9 45 a.m Mornlnc Worship tl 00 • ro ij 8 1 Union S:3fJ p.m -* Evening Strplce 7:30 pm Midweek Service 7:30 p.m CHUHUH Of OUK1SI O. V. Th«~ -Yam, tuttr Morning Worship lu 4b am Kvemne Service 1:3t p.m S mda; School U:4i i.m Bible Study Tuesday and Fridnj, ST. MATTHEWS Her B. t'raneli MrDeritl Dl>tw 1st. 3rd and 5th Sundtya Mau 8:00 a.m FIRST PEN'lt«J«!--TAi N«nnan Kent, pastor Evening Service 7:30 r).m FIRS'] METHODIS1 H. J. Covchmaa, paxtor Sundaj School J:4i a.m Worship service I 1 ajn. Methodls' Vouth fellowship. «:1I Worship service 1 pjn. Wednesdaj-Youth Choli practice, 6:31 pm. Senior Choir 1-30 p.m CALVARY EPISCOPAL Win. J. Fluhuih. Prl«t In Charg* Tenth Sunday after Trinity 9:45 a. m. Church School 11:00 a m. Holly Communion Your dollars go a long way when you Invest in a Chevrolet Advance-Design »ruck. 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