The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 28, 1947 · Page 3
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SATURDAY, JUNE 28, 1047 Group Is Denied Meeting Space Memphis Hotel Turns Away Americans for Democratic Action MEMPHIS, Tenn., .Jiinj. 28. (DPI —AUdrneys foi 1 n locil Americans •jfjir Democratic Action 'chapter vcrc •^BonjWcring leeal actl'ia nfjnlnst McSphls' swank Pcnbody Hotel io- clny lifter being deuwd ineclL-.ie K|iiicu in tlis Motel, ."We Just don't want them." Pcn- l)6dy .M»n:iger Frank Sduul f.\h\ In- nnnouncing cancel!iili'fli of Die group's- reserviitiuns l<ist • night. "We're .not lending our (utilities for the orgnnlzn'liou of :i group we know nothing nlxnil." Barney Taylor, Southern director of the: self-stvlcc! libwu!, anti- Cpninninlst organization, promptly charged Hint the hotel deliberately withheld notice of ca|T-el!nlioii until the last minute ,'.o .prevail'* the group from obtaining s;>,icc elsewhere in which to organlxi! its fust .Southern chapter. "Surely Scluitt lias lieavtl of Leon Henderson, Wilson Wyan, Franklin D. Roosevelt. Jr., P\ul A. Porter and Elmer Davis," Taylor and in replying to the hotel manager's statement that he know nothing of the organization or its leaders. "ADA membership includes some of the most prominent names in America but apparently we tan be vetoed by some of America's incst Insignificant figures." Taylor adrtert and then indicated lie" would ask ADA attorneys to consider legal action against the hotel. BLYTHEVlLUfe (Afcfc.) fOURifift To Speak Here ! £ CHURCH NEWS The Rev. Lyinnn V. teprcsentative or Bcthuny College of Bethany, Woodr Peniol will Ix. guest speaker tomorrow morning at First Church of the Nazarenc here. He will be accompanied b> he college's male nuartet, whicl: will sing dining the Sunday Schoo: lour. Caruthersville Receives Aid For Park CARUTHERSVILLE, Mo., June 27. la-Mayor \V. D. B'yrrt announced •p-sterdny Ural the city had, received the Slate's check for $10,CCO. representing the state's portion of aid on the Air-park-Playgrounc sit e iit the southwest cdse of town Sometime ago the city voted a $40.000 bond jssue (0 | n , rc h nse n 39 acre, site, to be used as Hie municipal airpark,, golf course, and public 'playground. Federal aid of abau $50,000 is expected, und as soon ab lliis is received, actual work or laying out the playground, gol. course, and actual construction o buildings will begin. Already, th< air-park strip ha s been graded levc and .sodded. j Ball Player Breaks Leg j CAHDTHER8VILTJE. Mo., June 27.' — Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Douglas of this city have received word that their son. Johnnie Douglas, received a broken leg in a recerit soft- ( ball game in Memphis. John, who' played infield v, - hen here, is manager of one- of the departments in the Memphis-branch ot -the : U. S. Rubber Company. His leg was broken Just above the ankle. Install Officers Tonight CARUTHERSVTI/LE. Mo., June 28. —Three Cnmlheisvillo residents will lie installed tonight at Kes- nett Mo.. a s officers of the Kennett Bethel' shrfnc, of the White Shrine. They are Mi 1 *. W. A. Prince, to be installed r.s Worthy Chaplain; Jaycees Install Officers; Maim New President OARUTHERSViLLE, Mo., June 27 (tlP)--Maurice (Muliu was installei as president oi the Carulhersvill Junior Chamber of Commerce tier at the annual installation meeting Bill Wilson Is the retiring presi dent. Other officers installed were: Ho bcrt E. Jones, first vice-president Logan Hunt, second vice-president A. C. Brooks, secretary; Earl Tin sley, treasurer; Bill Wilson an Verland Stubbs. board members. Harold S. Jone s served as toast master for the occasion, which wa p. ladies night banquet at In Presbyterian church. P.it 'Patter son. secretary of the Senior Cham her of Commerce was the princ. pa! speaker. Oath of office was administcre to th e new officers by l*ce Ro •Bain of Hayti, Missouri state Vice President-elect, who takes offil July 1st, C. R. Honey cut t Enlists I. Charles R. Hohcycutt, son of M and Mrs. Dewey 'Honeycut* i Blytheville, has enlisted for thi-e years in the Army's Corps of Ei gineers. Staff Sergl. Don C. 821! of the Recruiting Office here announced today. 1KST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Harvey T. Kldd, pastor Sunday School, 9:45 tun. Morning Worship, 11 a.m. LAKE STREET METHODIST C1IUKCH II. II. Blevliis, pastor Church School, 9:50 a.m. Morning Worship, 10:50 a,in. Tlie 'Morning Worship, 10:50 a.m. Methodist Youth Fellowship, 6:CO .m. Evening Worship. 7:30 p.'m, Prayer Meeting, Wen. 7 p.hi. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH K. C. Brown, Pastor Sunday School, 9:40 a.m. Morning Worship 10:55 a.m. Rev D. li. Bledsoe will 'deliver the scr- non.- Training Union, T p.m. Evening Worship. 8 p.m. Wednesday Night. Sunday Schoo loiincil meeting, 6:15 \).in. Prayer service, 7:30 p.m. Choir Practice, 8:10 p.m. JltUKCH Of THft CONCEPTION' Ktv. B. I'ranrls McUevHt, Kcv. PS.nl Buj*rskl, assistant pastor Sunday Masses, 1 and 10 a.m. Weekday Masses, 8 p.m. FULL GOSPEL II. K. Harmon, |):i:rtor Sunday School, 9:45 a.in.' Morning Worship, 11 tun. Yo'ung People, (3:45 p.m. Evening Worship, 7:30 p.m. GATKWAV TABKHNACJ.K li. <".. Borah, pastor Chinch Service, 9:45 am. Evening Worship, r.30 p,m Cliurch Service, \Voducsday Friday, 7:30 p.m. 1MMANUEI. HAP11SV CIIUItCK A, M, HOUK(VII, pitstot* Sunday School. 10 'i.m Morning Worship. 11 am 'IValnlng Union, 7 p.m. Evening Service, 1:30 p.m. Wednesday niglit i>ruycr service, 1 p.m. NCMtlKK NINE BAPTIST CIUIKCH HuHurd II. Kinf, pastor Sunday School, 9:43 a.m. Morning Worship, 11 a.m. . Tiiiltlhig Union, 7 p.m. Evening Worslili), 8 p.m. Wednesday, I'ruycr Meeting. 8 m, ASSEMBLY OF GOII OHUKCII I.. C. Ramsey, |iaalur , Sunday School. 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship, H 11.111, Christ Ambassador Sovvict'3, 6:30 p.m. Children's Church, T:30 p.m. Kvangelisllc Services, 1:30 p.m. TEMI'Ii; ISKAKI, Dr. Alfred .Vise, Rabbi Services on special announco- mcnt.s. I.ll.LY STREET BAPTIST CHAPEL 1). 1!. Hledsoe, pastor jMorning Worship, 9:30 a.m. Sunday School. 10:30 a.m.- Ti'fiinlng Union, 6:45 p.m. Evening Worship. 7:45 n.m. Mes^Re by .the Rev. Eugene Webb. ITKST CIIIIKCII OF THE NAZARENE .. .. Daniel Stafford, pastor .. Sunday School, 9:-l5 a.m. Morning Worship. 11 a.m. Young People's Meeting, V:lf> p.m. Evening Worship, 8 |) m. Wednesday prayer Burvfte, 7:'iO p.m. . ST. STEPHEN'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH Wiltfam J. FHzhuch Fourth Snndav after Trinity Cliurch School. 9:45 a.m. 'Holy Communion, 11:00 a.m. The Rev. Sheldon Davis, celebrant. CALVARY EPISCOPAI, CHURCH FlUhlirh Fourth Sundav after Trinity Holy Communion. 7:30 p.m. The Rev. Sheldon Davis, Celebrant. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SERVICES Woman's "CluMiiinso. 14!« W. Main 'Christian Science" is the subject of the Lesson-Sermon which will be read in all Churche= and Societies of the Church of Christ, Sr-ientist. Sunday. 'he Golden Text Is: "Heal the sick, cleanse the lepers, miwi the dead, cast, nut devils: frcel*- ye cmmoi Walnut anu Sixth Kob«rt Jaeger, pu^tor Sunday School. 10 a.m. Worship Service. .11 a.m. TUESDAY Sunday School Teachers' Meet ing. 7 p.m. Adult Bible Class, 7:45 p.m. FIRST METHODIST CHUnCII Allen 1). StcWarl. p:islur Church School, 9:45 n.m, Worship Service. 10:50'a.m. Senior Youth Fellowship, p.m. Intermediate Youth Fellowship 6:30 p.m. /• Worship Service. 7:30 p m. Choir practice, Wednesday. C:3C hive renewed, thew 10:0. freely give." Mnt- BURDETTE CHURCH OF GOH R. F. Shaw, wastor Puncinv P^iionl. 9:45 a.m. 'Mnrnin" Worshin. 11 a.m. vovl.h Service. 7 nm. Evening Service, 8 p.'m. •Attends Munith School —Mr. and Mrs.'iB.- H. Eiigland of [his city have received word that their son. Major John B. England, who is stationed in Germany with the 86lh Composite Air Group near Munich, is attending the University of Munich. Major England made quite a record as a fighter pilot in Europe during World War II. Child of Hung Returns From G'errttany CAEpTIIEP.SVJiiE, Mo., June 27. —Cpl. Dewey Treece, stationed with Die U. S. Forces in Nurenberg, Germany, with the Military -Police department while the trials of the v;ar criminals were in progress, has returned to Caruthersville, discharged after 20 months in serv- |ice. Cpl. Treece also saw duty during th e execution 'of some of the Germans who were found guilty as war criminals. The mean temperature of Odessa, 'Russia. i 5 about the same, winter and summer, as that of 'Boston. Don't Buy * an Encyclopedia • until you've • seen J • ThepNeW World $o»k '. Write P.O. liny -,'C Blythrvillc or Call 3753 &sk Vor Mr. Mayes Stay FI.AT LAKE MKTHOmsr (.'HUHCtl Kay I.. Mrf.estrr, pastor 1st, 3i'd and 5th Sundays: Preaching Services, D::iO n.m. Sunday School, 10 a.m. and and 4th Sundays: Smidiiy School, 10 a.m. l'«OMISEl> I,ANJ> MV.THOWST ClIIIKCll Ray I,. Mcl.rslrr, pastor 1st, 3rd mid filli Sundays' Preaching Services, 11 a.m. Sunday School every Sunday, 1 ..m. and and 4lh Sundays' Preaching Services, 7 p.m CHURCH OF CHVIST E. W. Stavall, imstor Sunday School, 9:fiO a.m. Worship Service, 10:60 a.m. Hlbli) Study, 11:45 p.m. levelling Service, 8 Din. CHKIHVIA.Sl K. S. Ifolnl, pastor liitilu School, 9:45 n.m. Morning Worship, 10:30 n.'ni, livening Trnlnhig r>r all age i-oiips U:30 p.m. fX'enlng Worship, T.'iO pAii. VA11BRO MKTmmiSr CIIDHCH Kuy 1,. Mcl^slrr, p:istor 1st, 3rd and 5Ui Sundays: Preaching Services, 'C30 pin Sunday School, 10 am., evel-y Sunday, ' Und and 4th' Sunday •>: Preaching Si-rvices. 11 a.m. CAI.VAKY HAPTISV CIIIIKCII llllli unil Chlrkasi-.wb.i P. II. Jcrnljtan, p:is or Sunday School, 9:45 u.t . Morning Worship, 11 n . 11. T. U., t):45 p.m. Evening Worship, S p.i . Prayer Meeting, 7:30 p. i. Choir Rehearsal. B'.'O pin. Listen to Showers of Blessings Over KLCN Tomorrow Morning at 8:30 a.m. Sponsored |>y Clnircli of Thu Nn/nrcnc Second • end Ash $t**tt Wilson Auto ^Diol 1611 -^ t>iol 2611— G. E. Vacuum Cleaning Fot AH Can. > Let Us Clean Your Cif! ^ Neoprone Tubes, Mode by the Makers of Famous PHARIS TIRES. Neoprene tubes are better 7 different ways! , Expert Washing and Lubricating STAN DARD ESSO GAS and OILS Homer Wilson, Owner & Mgr. I DON EDWARDS -Th» Typfwrlter M»n- ROVAU BMITH, CORONA fta< KEMINUTON POBTABUF. II* N. SECOND ST. PUONK S3H3 (Kv«rr Tr«n»»iotlon MOBT BB BATISFACTOBY) Mrs. Mona Ain^worth, Queen; ant: Fred Pierce. Third Wise Man. In stal!aUoii will be at eight o'clock I =< at the Kcniictt Armory. |j i- __J |Cab Company: Courteous Service >; Yet, sometimes we ict -the' interiors of oMr l tiiiVfc6t'5i5 filled up with dii't — onj jun': — that we have to apalogi^c v.'Iicn we ask someone "lo rlclu with iiru How About Ncv/ Scat Covers? To enjoy yo'ur trip . . . drive a fticc cl^ah car. Let us clean the upholstery . . . put on new seat covers . . . hew rubber floor" 'mats . . . and vacuum the inside of your car — and 'give it a 'thorough housccltanlhg. The cost is LOW cor.sidciin tha pleasure that you i^ct iroin driving a clean car. Our line oE seat covers arc beautiful . sanitary and tailor inarlc to fit snug . . -. loolc well and last. LOY EICH Chevrolet Co. Walnut & Railroad Phone 578 The New E.B.C. CLUB "Largest in the South" Located Highway 18 W. Blythevilk, Ark. SPECIAL JULY 4 C0LEY STOLTZ And His Band Dancing -9 'till Make Reservations at the Club E. B. Chitwood Minnie Lee Jones, Studio ANNOUNCING .-''' Summer Classes in Piano Reasonable Rales EnroL Now Phone 2994 or Write Miss Jones 807 Chickasawba Blytheville, Arlc. FARM LOANS You can now noctire lh« most nttrncltvo rnrm lonn In history. Low rules o( Interest, extremely long terms with llhartil prcphy- im>nl privileges, rustically no cx|icnse attached. It your present loan does hot bear l«w than 5% Interest you will certainly be ln- teroslnd in our farm Loans. Unlimited nmount nvnllablo. Such rin opportunity niny never exist ngiiln. 80 ir you wish to finance or refinance, write or scu • ' .. A. F. DIETRICH o/o United Insurance Agency . . , ., aiMK W. Main — Cuard Blil(. IHyllU'vlllr, Ark. I I Warmly-dressed Romanian soldier holds a starving, rag-clad child at railroad center in Moldavia — fnmine-slricken northern province bordering Russin, Hundreds of children like this were transported to southern Romania for hospitalizaiion. Attention KIDS! We have nil kinds of fireworks nnd lo's nf good candy and R«m. l^nic on over and IctX have a BANG-Iir limel Buchanan's Grocery North Highway 61 CHICKEN-N-BASKET Makes Pop Look Like This! 5 It's a delicious fried half-fryer with j ! • i hot rolls and lots o' French fries. « C'/non Up This Weekend.' DIXIELAND CAFE Highway 61 North at Holland, Mo. The Best In: • Lures • Rods • Reels • Boats EVERYTHING YOU NEED FOR FISHING or CAMPING—Best Prices Anywhere.' HARDWARE CO. Inc. HOME OF FAMOUS BRANDS I26W.MAINST PHONE 515 FOR REAL Still & Young Motor Co. Lincoln-Mercury Dealer 1'ltonc ,1'l7f> Itlythcvillc Ark. 112 Walnut St. nu. nnt/roN E. WKRH Optamrtrlst 131 f.tait Main Blythevllle, >tk. THE RAZORBACK »i>"*>^^>!>V'*^*.>>;>;>;>;>;>;>'>;>;>;>;>;;»;x;4;>;>;>;>;>;>:>;>^ ',+"+'.'*'.'*'*"+"<+'& Payroll and Income Tax Service and General Secretarial Service LARRY KNEAS Public Accountant & Auditor I 109 E. M;iin Res. Phone 3715 ;*:. Hlytlicvillc, Ark. 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