FRIDAY/JUNE 24, 1949 •LITHE VILLE (ARK.) COUKIEK KXWV PAGE THWEB May Rule )n Phone Rates Missouri Increase Request H*adt for Tribunal on Appeal JEFFERSON CITY. June 24. OP) [-The question of higher telephone «tes in Missouri is likely to wind |p.'for decision by the State Su' hie Court. he groundwork for an api;Ml the high court has been laid •ere. Cole County Circuit Judge am C. Blair took under advise- fient after hearing a motion by outhwestern Bell Telephone com|any to set aside one of Blair's previous orders. If Bell's motion is denied by Slair, the next step would be an Ippeal to the supreme court. The leclsion on whether Bell should let a $3,228,000 rate incretse in n^om-i could then be decided inally by the supreme court. I The Increase was granted by the PSC twice. Both times it was re- lersed by Blair. In his second Irder, Blair held the PSC had no Jurisdiction in 'he matter since a |hase of It had been appealed to he supreme court. Since the S3.228.000 boost has *en granted twice, the PSC has lurned down a request of a tem- orai-y emerbency rate hike of 15.100.000 a year. Application for 1 permanent rate increase of Is.OOO.OOO also is pending before the pSC. No date has been set for fearing this. POSTWAR PRODUCTION PEAKS PRODUCTIVE HErGHTS-Ewybody thought that as soon at the war was over U. S. production would reach unprecedented heighta. But'it iust didnt work, out that way, Thi* newschart shows when the postwar production peak of homes, automobiles, household appliance* and steel was reached. Extremely heavy production ac hoosehold items has substantially increased the U. S. standard of. living, but production, of homes and auto* is lagging and has not come up to wartime predictions. Surpassing even their war mack. . shipments- of steel, rose to record heights. The comparatively late peaks (or care and steel are the result et widespread strikes ; " shortage* to tbcce Industries in L94«. (Data from the d Steel Institute.) Sunday School, >:4& sjn. Morning Worship 6ervU», 10:5* ajn Training Onion, «:I5 p.m. 'Evening Wonhip Services, 7:30 pjn. Wednesday Sunday School Cabinet Meeting, *:4S pjn Prayer Service, 7:45 pjn. Officers and Teachers meeting 7:00 pjn. Wednesday, choir reneirsai, t:X pjn CALVARV BAPTIST Hth and CUckasawta r. H. Jernigan, pasUc Sunday School, 8:45 ajn Morning Worship 11:00 ajn. Intermediate C A's 5:30 pjn B. T. U. 7:00 pjn Wednesday, choii rehearsal and Eveoinp Worship, 8:00 pjn. officers and teachers meeting at the same hour, 7:00 pm Wednesday Prayer Meeting, »:00 Friday, Men's Brotherhood, CHURCH O* THE IMMACULATE CONCEPTION Rev. B. Francis McUevItt, pas Sunday Masses, 7:30 and 10:00 ajn. louse Committee Okays ^tationeryAllowance Hike WASHINGTON. June 24 TO — may soon be getting more nail from your Congressman. ~he House Appropriations Com- yexterday approved a $200 crease tn the stationery allowance ff each House member for the pre- ent session of Congress. Earh member already has been given $500 |or this purpose. It also approved $2,022,000 to foot Ihe cost of a bill recently passed living each House member an additional clerk at base annual pay ft $3.000. or about $4,200 when lemporary raises are included, and •500 annually for each member for telephone and telegraph tolls. Helena Selected For 1950 EAYMC Beauty Pageant LITTLE ROCK, June 24. (/Pi- Bryan Huffaker of Bald Knob yesterday was elected president of the East Arkansas Young Men's Clubs, sponsors of the Miss Arkansas Beauty Contest. The association met In connection with the 1949 contest. Other officers elected: Paul Chambers, Helena, first vice president. Bill Headstream, Bates- vllle, second vice president; O. B Scottj Paraffould, third vice" president; Jimmy Scrogglns, Helena, secretary, Marvin Parks, Cabot treasurer, and Eagle Boyd, Jr.. Des Arc. sergeant-at-arms. The 1950 beauty pageant was awarded to Helena. Meteor Crater Just west of Win|lo : w, Ariz., Is big enough to provide playing space for 20 football games pt one time, while 2,000,000 watch Irom the sloping sides. Delaware has the lowest mean felevaticm in the nation; Colorado, Ihe highest. State University Plans Extensive Improvement* FAYETTEVILLE. Ark., June 2' I'rt'j—The University of Arkansa: plans to spend about $350,000 dur ing the next fiscal year for im provements on the campus. Projects which are planned dur ing the 1949-50 year include: Remodeling or the Old Main building which wilt cost about $150, 000; converting Hill Hall, presen men's dormitory, to a journalism intramural playfields, an additio to the Student Union buildini widening of two streets and instft lation of storm sewer near Razor back: Stadium. * ^lP^ '* •«&« Although Nevada is the sixth sta In size, it is smallest in pppulatlo New Hampshire is the only sla which ever played host to the con elusion of a foreign war—the Russi Japanese conflict, whose treaty w; signed in 1905 at Portsmouth. Read Courier News Want Ads CHURCH NEWS Blytheville FIRST UHUKCH Of THE NAZARENE Daniel Stafford, pufau Sunday SCHOOL 9:-15 a.m Morning Worship, 1] ajn young People's Meeting 7:15 pjn. Evening Worship. 7:45 p.m. Rural Churches BUtUETTC CHOC! Of GOD m. C. Shav, f«Ut 8und»y school, »:45 «JB. Morning Worship, 11 un. Young People, T:ui pjn Evening Worship, i:00 pm OfMANUEL BAPTIST Erkk C. H«ck*her, pwtOT Sunday School, 10 »jn Morning Worship, 11 un. Training Union, 1 p.m Evening Service, 1:30 p.m Wednesday night prayer (crricc. 1 p.m GOSNTLL BAPTIST Cart C'ullfman, fuUt Sunday School, 10:00 ajn Morning Worship, 11:00 am Training Union, 7:30 pm Evening Worship, 1:00 pJB- Thursday, 7:30 p-m. Prayer Ser- vlc«. mrmuM CBVBOB or GOD •unday Bchooi. 8:46 ajn. Morning Wonhlp, 11X10 ajn. Evening Service, 1:30 pjn. YJ»JL, Saturday. I'M PJB. BAPTIST DavM MeTeake. pactut 10:00 ajn., Sunday School. 11:00 ajn., Morning Service. COO p.m. Evening Service. S:00 pjn, B. T. D. Meeting Friday, 7 pjn. choir practice and prayer meeting. PTtgT PCNTCCO8TAI, Nwman Kent, patter Evealuc Service, 1:30 pjn. FIRST METHODIST B. 1. CMekiaaB, patter Sunday School, 9:45 • m. Worship service, 11 ajn. Methodist Youth Fellowship, 8:15 Worship service, 7 pjn. Wednesday—Youth Choir practice, 6:30 p.m.. Senior Choir, 1:30 pjn CALVARY EPISCOPAL Vim. J. FiUhuth, Priest In Charie. Second Sunday after Trinity. 9:45 a.m., Church School. 7:30 p.m., Evening Prayer. FIRST METHODIST AU*a U. Siewart, Church School, 8:45 ajn Morning Worship 11 Youth Choii Rebeanal, 5:45 pjn 6:30 pjn Junior Fellowship; In terraediate M Y F.: Senior-Young ^copies M.Y.F Evening Service, 7:30 pjn After church fellowship. *:30 pjn Wednesday choii rehearsal, 7:30 p.m Bible Study »:3C pjn UHUKCH OF CHRIST £. W. Stuvail. pastor Sunday School »:SU a.rn Worship Service 10:50 ajn. Bible Study. 6:45 p.m. Evening Service. 8 pjn FULL GOSPEL TAHEKNACU Lilly and VlDe Vent Buwlin Sunday School. 9:45 Morning Worship, 11 ajn Yqung People. 6:49 pjn Evening Worship. 7:30 pjn. FIRST LUTHERAN 517 W. Walnut Rev. G. Miwtor. putor 10 ajn- Sunday School and Bible Class. 11 a.m.. Preaching Sen-tee AKMOKEL B API 1ST W. O. Auten, autor Sunday School, 10:00 ajn. Preaching, H'OO ajn Training Union, 1:00 pjn Evening Worship, 8:00 pjn. Wednesday Prayer Meeting. 1JO. GOSNEU. METHODIST Le« Andemm, paster ChiLrch School, 10:00 a.jn Woibhip Service, 11:00 »jn. M.Y.F Groups, 1 p.m Evening Service, 7:30 p.m Prayer Meeting, 7:30 pjn.. Wednesday WOODLAND CORNER HAFTISI Sunday School. 10:00 ajn Worship Service, 1S:00 »jn B. T U. 1:00 p.m Eventag Worship. 8:00 pjn Wednesday Prayer Semw 7:00 NEW LIBERTY BAFTISI File miles South Highway Cl BusseU Uuffer. pastor Sunday School, 10:00 ajn Morning Worship 11:00 <»jn Training Union, 7:00 p.m. Evening Worship Service. 7:00 p.m. LAKE METHODIST LeCay Henrj, mlntatu Morning Worship, avery Sunday 9:30 ajn, Sunday g**""^ every Sunday 10:10 ajn. PROMISED LAND METHOU1S1 LeBoy Henry, minister Church School, each Sunday 10:00 ajn Worship Service*, ttnst and third Sundays, 11:00 a.m.; second fourth Sundays, C:30 PJD and ana (Irs! ASSEMBLY OF COD Charles O. NMne, pastor Sunday School, 9:45 a.m Morning Worship 11 ajn. Evening Service. 8 p.m Prayer Meeting. Wednesday 7 pjn. Christ Ambassador Services. 6:30 p.m. Children's Church. e:30 pjn Evangelistic Services 7:30 pjn. LAKt; STREKl METHODIST Theron McKis-son. pastor Sunday School, 9:45 a.m Preaching Service 10:55 ajn W.S.C.S Monday. 2:30 pjn Wednesday. Mid-Week Seiviues T.30 p.m. FIRST BAPTIST CHAPEL MISSION Rev. E. C. Brawn, pastor Worship Service. 9:30 ajn. Sunday School, 10:30 a.m. Training Union, 6:15 tun. FIRST BAPTIST E. C. Brown, pastor FIRST PRESBYTERIAN Harvey T. Kidd, minister 9:45 a.m., Sunday School. II a.m., Morning Worship. 7:30, Evening Service. TEMPLE ISRAEL- I)r Alfred Viw, nbbl Friday, 8 pm., Sabbath Services and memorial service for Adolph Weinberg. FIRST CHRISTIAN Lester D. Strubhar. putor 9:45 a.m., Sunday School. II a.m.. Morning Worship. Wednesday, 7:30 p.m., senior choir. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SERVICES Woman's Clnbhoue, 1416 W. Main Christian Science is the subject of the Lesson-Sermon which will be read in all Churches and Societies of the Church of Christ, Scientist, on Sunday. ' ' " " tARBBO METHOD 1ST LcBey Hairy, minister Churuh School, each Sunday 10:00 a.m Worship Service*, second fourth Sundays, 11:00 ajn.; and third Sundayt. :600 pjn CLEAR LAKE BAPTIST J. B. Cox. pailur Sunday School U:4b ajn Worship Service 11:00 ajn Training Onion, 7 p.m Worship Service, 8 p.m Mld-Week Service, 7:30 p nesday Luxora Churches ASSEMBLY Of GOD J. C. Dickinson, paid 10:00 a.m Sunday School 11:00 a.m Worship Service 8:00 pjn 0. A Service 7:30 p m Saturday Service. 7:30 p.m Wednesday Prayer service. CHURCH OF CHRIST Ovir L. Hay>, Mlnliter Bible Study. 10 ajn. Preaching, 11 a.m., 7:30 p.m. on A. B. Hill, pastoi first and third Sundays- Wed- F1KS1 BAPTIST 10:00 a.m Sunday School 11:00 am Warship Services 6:00 p.m B T D 7:00 pin Worship Service 7:00 pjn Wednesday J*rayer service Th* Famous, Nationally AdvtrKstc' /P4RTU/ FULL-VUE GATEWAY TABERNACLE L. G. Bonn, putor Church Service, 9.40 ajn Evening Worship. 7:30 pjn. Church Service, Wednesday and Friday. 7:30 p.m. NUMBER NINE BAPTIST Gene ShuIU, put*r Sunday School, 9:45 a.m Morning Worship, 11:00 ajn Sunday 2:16 p.m. Mission Ann Sunday School and church at Yarbro School auditorium Training Union, 7 pjn. Evening Worship, 8 pm HALF MOON ASSEMBLY OF GOU Rev. Martin Reagan, psatar Sunday School, 10:00 a.m Morning Worship, 11:00 «Jn. C. A Service, 7:00 pjn Evening Worship, 8:00 pjn. Wednesday prayer service 7 JO Osceola Churches F1BS1 CMKISTIAN L. K. 8UU Jr.. pastot Morning Worship 10:6(i a.m Evening Services 7:00 p.m Midweek Service, 7:30 pm FIRST PRESBYTERIAN L. T. Lawrence, pastor Sunday School, 0:4b a.m Morning Worship, 11 a.m Young People, 5:00 p.m. Wednesday evening service, 7:3« FIKS'l BAPTI^l Russell J. Clubb, pastor Sunday School, 9-45 a.m Morning Worship 11 00 ajn B T Union, 8:30 p.m. Evening Strplce 7:30 pm. Midweek Service. 7:30 pjn. CHURCH OF CHRIST O. (/. Thompson, pastor Morning Worship, 10:45 a.m Evening Service. 7:30 pjn Smday School, 8:45 a.m> Bible Study, 1>iesday and Friday 7:30 pjn. MKTHODIS1 H. L, ^uMson. |ia»tor Church Scliool. 10 a.m Morning Worship, 11 a.m. lUethodlsi Youth F e 11 o w s h 11 groups. » p.m Evening Worship Service, 7 pjn TWIN LENS REFLEX CAMERA Sync' ST. STEPHEN'S EPISCOPAL Wm, J. FitihBfh, Print in Charie Second Sunday after Trinity. 7:30 a.m. Holy 'Communion. 9:30 a.m.. Church School. 11 a.m., Morning Prayer. ST. MATTHEWS Rtr B. Fnaeb MeOcritt p»tir lit, 3rd and Stb Sunda^i Uua. g.OO «m You Are Invited to the RECREATIONAL PROGRAM Saturday Evening 7:30 p.m. On the Lawn of the NEW LIBERTY BAPTIST CHURCH Variety of Games Film to be Shown "The Man of Faith" (No Admission) Russell Duffer, Pastor SAM! LOW PRICE Now—jxrfecl picture* under any lighc conditions . . . day and night ... indoors and outdoors! 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