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June 10, 1949

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

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* FRIDAY, JUNE 10, 1949 BLYTHEVTLLE (ARK.) COUBH5E MBWi MOB FITB Baptists to Start New Auditorium Ground-Breaking Program Scheduled For 1 p.m. Sunday The new sanctuary unit for the Fi''s, Baptist Church in Blytheville will start taking form, when Alvin Huffman. Si 1 '., turns the first shovel of dirt at tlie ground-breaking cere- mo'-irs a! 1 p.m. Sunday pi Mr. Hufiinan Ir.-s served for several vcars as chairman of tlie chur^h'.s board of deacons, and for seme time was chairman of the bl'it'lin 0 plans committee. His son. Alvin Hu<7ni;°n, Jr.. served a-s chairman of the building committee In connection with the sanctuary u.iit The elder Mr. Hnlfman lias i>cen a member of the Fir.st B'ptist Chuvcli siive 1917 and a deacon since 1919 ard is now chairman of the trustee Mrs. Jrcse Rrecler, who Was af filiated with the church in 1913 when the church was ho'.tseri in a sm'U frame courthouse, will : participate in the ground-breakini activities. The church will open a full da.\ nf ?t!tlvitio.' with Sunday School i 9:30: morning worship at 10 i-> lunch at 12 and tlie ground bicu in;< at 1 p.m. will be followed by thi monthly visitation program in the) afternoon, with training union and evening worship programs completing the events. Pastor (o Speak The. Rev. P. H. Jernisan, mod- | eiator of the Mississippi County As- »ociation, will give the invocation at the ground-breaking services, following the singing of the doxology, led by Fred Becker, director of music education at the church. The Rev. E. C. Brown, pastor of the First Baptist Church, will speak on . the significance of the ground- ft breaking, and then Mr. Huffman ™ will start the turning of dirt for the new building. After a song and a benediction by the Rev. L. D..Strubhar, president of the Blytheville Ministerial Alliance, the ceremonies will be completed. Prifir to the ground-breaking by Mr. Huffman, the following will be among those to be recognized for their leadership in initial work for the building, or for participation in the ceremonies: Alvin Huffman, Jr.. C. r. Tompkins, Rosco Crafton. C. S. Ijemons, Kendall Berry, and Charles Ray Newcomb. members of the building committee: Mrs. W. M. Williams, president of the Women's Missionary Union; Raymond Zachery, Training Union Director; Russell Baugh, chairman of the Board of Deacons; Hays Sullivan, president of the Brotherhood, and Mrs. Chnrles Penn, president of the choir. HAL BOYLE'S COLUMN 'Imported' Songs? Many Top Tunes Have Foreign Origins By Grorce Tuckrr (for till Boyle) NEW YORK. (A'i— 1 am always surprised when someone says, "Is ihal ft foreign song? I never knew \\'c importer* songs." Believe me, music publishers know ill about foreign songs. Tile money llicy earn jingles like lire brook that never done. Perhaps I cau tell you why. The origin or popular songs ignores political labels. By any other iiic a rose Is as .sweet. The 60 or 10 thousand songs we copyright every yea 1 hasn't cut down tlie rush of hits from Prance, Italy, Czechoslovakia. Britain and South America. MOTOJtlST HAS MICKY ESCAPE—Eal'l Atkinson. 31), a nous payer advertising salesman, counts himself a lucky man. His automoDlle was practically a total !o*s after it went through the guard rail of a. bridge over a storm dra.ii ami arched into four feet of water, at Los Anpelcs, Calif., but he escaped ivilh only minor injuries. Top picture lows rescuers be.cinning task of removing him from the car. Below luman chain pulls Atkinson (second from left) up bank. <AP Wirephotol clrcur as a female impersonator. His stage name in the United States was "Don Delbert," and Captain KoonU produced in evidence a Social Security made out to that name in 1937. It gave Hill's home address as 863 North 25th Street Philadelphia. Hill said he was arrested because "a woman turned me in." "She was a girl from London who liad taken a fancy to me," he said "When I took a fancy to someone else she went to tlie police." The public Is funny. It plays around with many SOUKS but has ove affairs with only a few. These mate Ihe top tune polls. And on every such list for 10 or 20 years we've lad visitors from overseas. The smash tunes in this lime include "South of the Border," "Fre- nesl," "Isle of Capri," "Beer Barrel Polka," "Moonlight Madonna," •Valencia," "1 Kiss Your Hand, Madame." "Lili Marlenc," "Malague" "Galway Bay," "Siboncy," "Bella, Bella, Marie," and "Song of Long Ago"—all bell ringers from abroad. If you examine the current top ten you will find songs from England, Switzerland, and Ireland. "Cruising down the River," Is from two old maids in England, "Forever and Ever," is adapted from the German "Fly With Me to the Fatherland." "Galway Bay" is the product of a professor at the University of Dublin. The French, who spawned such International favorites as "A Little Love, a Little Kiss" and "Madelon," recently gave us "La Vie en Rose." re-titled "You're Too Dangerous, Cherie." Edith Piaf, Its composer-, ts also responsible for a Swiss tune "Les Trois Cloches," which Amerl- cam know u "WhU» th» Anttlui Was Ringing." An old Russian waltz became the basis of "Tlie Loveliness of You." If "Be Mine" seems familiar, H goes back to the Spanish "La Paloma." Artie Shaw discovered "Frenesl" and "Addis, Marqiiltu Linda" In Mexico. "Siboney" and "Malaguc- na" came from Cuba. The Czechs had a song they called 'Capri rishermcn." An American took it to Berlin, where an Englishman-wrote new lyrics for It. Another American put In an Italian movie and that's why il's known In this country as, "Bella, Bella, Marie." "Symphony" was a French song picked up by an American GI during Ihe war, and you are familiar with what happened to the German 'Lill Marlene." Another source of hit tunes Is the manuscripts of olti musters. Lifting their stuff Is culled raiding the classics. For instance, "Till the End ol Time" came straight from Chopin's "Polonaise"; "Our l^>vc" is one of Tschaikowslcy's "Romeo and Juliet Overture"; "My Reverie" is from Dfbussy; "You Are My Song of ivo" is Shubert's Unfinished Sym- >hony; and "The Tilings. You Left n My Heart" Is Drlgo's ''Serenade." There are others. The answer to why so many Euro- lean sungs became hits Is because heir melodies run around your brain like pretty girls. And we are i nation that believes In romance. /tool-Out Female' Fire-Eater Convicted As Deserter from Air Force arrested nl Newcastle last April 6. They were women's slacks, a light blouse and a pair of pink cotton panties. Hill, in a shoulder length hairdo and plucked eyebrows, had been appearing in n Newcastle theater a: "Donna Uelbert, Demon Fire- pnTfr " Jimmy Lowe Gets Scholarship to Attend University Jimmy Lowe, son ot Mr. and Mrs J. Cecil Lowe, yesterday received a confirmation of H four-year schol •.rship to Washington University at St. Louis Mo. The scholarship will cover one half his tuition for four years anc IK valued at approximately $100 toward his educational training He will enter school there this fal Jor pre-medical studies. The Washington University scholarships are awarded on tli basis of competitK'e examinations and the tests were given here bj Miss Effie Lee Terrell in April. Jimmy was valedictorian of th« IMS graduating class and won rec ognition in music, oratory, and var ioiiR other fields of education. RUPTURE Expert Coming Here Again GEO. L. HOWE Well-known expert, o( Indianapolis, »n<t ex-U. S. Army Medical Corys- man, will personally demonstrate his method without charge at the Noble Hotel, BJytheville, Monday June ] :i I com S a .m* to 12 n oon. Mr. Howe »T5 the Howe method contracts the openings in remark- ibly short time on Ihe a re rage cases, regardless of the size or location of the rupture, and DO matter how much you lilt, or strain and puts you back In work the same day as efficient as before you were nipt u red. The Howe Rupture Shield has no lejf strap; waterproof, sanitary, practically indestructible, and can tx worn while bathing. Each shield Is skillfully molded and fitted to the parts under heat, wMch gi»ei > perfect fit and satisfaction. Lar^e and difficult ruptures following operations especially solicited. Do not orerlook this opportunity tf yon want irrattfylns results. Mailin It address ? O Box 5233 E. Michigan St. Station, Indianapolis, 1 fnd. Need a Car? 968 BLYTHEVILLE CAB 501 East Main Jack Ozment-Richard Pujrl BURTONWOOU. Ellg.. June 10. i *>—An Air Force court inarllal mvicted Delbert E. Hill today of :sevtion for ins four-year absence s '-Donna Delbert." girl fire-eater i the English Music Hall singe. I Hill, who lold the court he left le Air Force just after being as- gned to, duty as a latrine orderly 'Mowing Japan's surrender in 1945, as sentenced to serve two years at ird labor. He also was ordered veil a bad conduct discharge. The irnian, a 35-j'e.ir-old Philndel- hian, denied he was a deserter. He said he always intended to oinc back to tlie Air Force, was icrely absent without leave, and leaded innocent to a charge of de- erting in 1945 "to avoid hazardous uty." The prosecutor. Captain George . Kooiitz, told the court he would rove that Hill left the Air -Force i July, 1945, "with the intention ot to return." This is a vital fac- or in proving a charge of deser- ion. Koontz opened his case by hilro- lucing in evidence the clothes he aid Hill was wearing when he was cater. Hill was permitted to talk will newsmen during the noon recess o prniri Saves l /3 on Soap WASHES WHITE*. BRIGHTER! 1UY ON EASY TEtMS D R EIFI H Un-ifiu . . . U'tar Diamond* 1101111 II MIHMII. 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