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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, November 18, 1949
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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1949 . BLYTHEVTU.1! tARK.) COURIER NEWS U.S. Turns Down Oiler by Meyers General Wanted to Give $50,000 to Settle Federal Claims WASHINGTON, Nov. 18. W)—The government has turned down an offer by former Ma). Gen. Bennett E Meyers to settle all the wartime tax claims against him for about 550.000 cash. The offer was advanced several weeks ago by Meyers' attorneys. It Included a proposition that the foimer Air Force purchasing chief now in prison and seeking parole would plead guilty to a single misdemeanor count In connection with Income lax filings if the Justice f parlment would drop projected ony prosecutions. An income tax misdemeanor carries a maximum sentence of one year, where as a felony is punish able by as much as live years ii prison. The Justice Department and In ternal Revenue Bufeau -have de cilned to discuss the proposed set tlement, but It was learned thn they linve notified Meyers' counse Mint the. plan is not. acceptable. The exact amount of Meyers' ta: liabilities is In dispute, but. gov ernment sources, conceding the pos siHhty of overlaps and duplication! have estimated that it might rui as high as $400,000. Tins would include the ex-gen eral's 1041-10 personal Income returns and income and excess profits taxes of Aviation Electric Corporation of Dayton, Ohio, plus interest and penalties. Meyers is under a series of felony indictments at Baltimore in- connection with his returns, and additional tax claims are pending against the Dayton firm which Meyers is alleged to have owned secretly during the war. Meyers is now at Lorton, Va., reformatory, serving a 20 months to five year term for Inducing an associate to testify falsely before a Senate Committee about his wartime business connections. Meyers lost his rank and was popped from the Army as a result PAGE TIIRE15 B T. 0., V.OO p.m Wednesday, cholj reoearuJ tod Evenin? Worthlp, f.OO pan officers and teachers meeting at the same hour, 1 7:00 pjn Wednesday Prayer Meeting, f.OO Friday. Men's Brotherhood. FIRST MBTBODIS1 •oj 1. Bailey, futot Church School. »:4t> ajn Morning Worship 1) ajn YouU) Choli Rehearsal 6:46 pju 6:30 p.m. Junta] Fellowship; in. termetilate M S F.; Senior-Young "eoples M.KJ Evening Service, 7:30 pm After church fellowship 8:30 p.m Wednesday, choh rehearsal. 7:30 p.m Bible Stud;, 8:30 P-m LAKK STMEE1 METHOD I bl Lima Harriaon, putot Suiiuay Scnoo) 'g:46 «JB Preaching Serrtcc 10:66 a_m W.S.C.8 Uondai J:Sfl pjn Wednesday Mid-Week Servlue* 1:30 pjn • ; Sunday night sermon. "Saved by Grace" -« Monday night T.3& pm. Men's class. ' Wednesday 9:00 a.m. Ladles Bible Class. Wednesday night Prayer Meeting 7:30 pjn. THE FUR FLEW—A mink neckpiece, parked on a chair in a Washington radio studio, was too much for this small panther—it. clawed the scarf. Mrs. Francis McGarraghy, whose fur piece It was, was lellmg about a smith College benefit on the air, when the panther tangled with the scarf. "I didn't mind at all," she said. Bob Hicks (left), owner of the panther, took it back- to Washington Zoo where It has been boarded since Hicks said he caught it in the Florida everglades. Hicks was at the studio with the panther to he captured the animal.'The scarf—it is at a furrier's, being repaired. (Ap Wirephoto). TEMPI.K ISRAEL Dr. Alfred Vise, nbbl Sunday morning 10 a.m. Sunday School and Assembly for all groups. Sunday 7:30 p.m. Service with Sermon, "How To Fight Prejudice?" Boole • aeview, "Punishment •itliout Crime." Thursday 9:30 a. m. Union 'lianlisgiving Service at the First lethodlst church svilh Rabbi Vise slivering the message, "The Open load Toward the Future." t that conviction. Paper Business Active NEW YORK, Nov. 18. (AP) .— Newsprint consumption by dailies reporting to the American Newspaper Publishers Association hit 399,261 tons in October—tie highest figure ever recorded In any one month. The total estimated consumption in- the United states for October, including all kinds of uses oE newsprint, ANPA slid, was 505.395 tons— the first time the figure ever ex- ceded the half million ton mark. Clergyman in Hot Water Over Estate of Organist MINEOLA, N.Y., Nov. 18. (AP) — An Episcopal clergyman yesterday denied emphatically that he had won the alfections of a wealthy \ spinster _ a church orgainsfc — to gain part of her $300,000 estate. . ' The clergyman, the Rev. Richard Dohcrty, denied all of the accusations made*him by 10 cousins-of the late Marguerita Witte, of Roslyn, N.Y., who died last May 11. The 10 cousins filed (lie charges court a week ago in pset the will of Miss in surrogate'* c an attempt to u Witte. who willed the clergyman 15 per cent of the money left after disposal of the estate and one-fifth of the residue. - v The Rev.- Mr. Doherty's affidavit termed the charges of the cousins "groundles and scurrilous." He denied there had been any Impropriety and said he had enjoyed a "fine and noble friendship" with Miss Witte, based, on their common in- eresls in religion, music and education. j GREAT PROFILES—Heii to one of the great names, and profiles, in American theatrical history 13 John BarFymore, Jr., right. Young John makes his screen debut in a film soon to be released. At left is the world- famed profile of his father, the late John Barrymore. CHURCH NEWS Registered Nurses In State Are Few LITTLE ROCK. Nov. 18. (AP) — The Arkansas Nurses Association reported yesterday" that there are only 964 known active registered nurses in Arkansas. It said that questionnaires senl to 2,650 registered nurses by the Arkansas State Board of Nurse Examiners, was answered by only 1,520 nurses. Of the number that replied, the association reported "only 964 are active, and 470 of them arc in hospitals or other institutions. The association said 192 are on private duty and 112 In public health work. The remainder are divided between nursing schools, industrial and • office work- The survey also revealed that 41.7 per cent of the active nurses are in the 20-29 age group and that 45.4 per cent are married. Oil City, Pa., Has Black Snow OIL CITY, Pa., Nov. 18. (AP) — Residents marveled when they got the snow forecasters promised for Western Pennsylvania Wednesday night. The weather bureau hadn't said anything about it being black. A torrent of soot flakes blanked the downtown area for fifteen minutes. Police, who are still Investigating, said they were unable to trace the source of the nuisance. Oh, yes—they got a few flurries of the white stuff this morning. BlyHieville FIRST CHURCH OF THE > NAZAKENt '• • Royal G. Schultz, Faster . : Sunday School" 9:45 a!m " .Sermon by Pastor 11:00 ajn; Nazaiene Training Union 6:30 . m. . . : . : •-•.,.,- i Sermon by Pastor" 7:30 p.m. ;. Wednesday.'Night Prayer Meeting' 7:30 p.m. W. P. M S Wedr.esday'Atternooh 'i p.m . , , '. Sunday School Visitation Friday 7:00 p.m. " . ; . ' Local Preachers Service Satiur- 7:45 pjn ' ' ' _ . ,- ' KIKS'I BAPTiS! E O Brown pastor • .• Sunday School. 9:40 ajn: ' .- .' Sunday Scnool" 9:4b ajn . " "' Morning Worship Service/ 10:,% a.m . ''-.•- r '• Training Union, 6-30 pjn: •":/ •Evening Worship Services. '7:30 o.m ' .' - Wednesday Sunday -School- Cab]. net Meeting 6:4& p.m . ' • Prayei Service. 7:«b p'jri. "• Officers and Teachers, meeting 1:00 p.m ' •• ''•'." ' :: ' GALVAR* BAPTIST 16th and Chkkisawba "';,' P. H. jernigaa pastor .-. Sunday Schoui ,9:45 ajn '•' . ; Morning Worship 11:110 'ajh . Intermediate G A's5:30 ; pjn FULL GOSPEL TABERNACLE Lilly and viBt E. T. Kelley, Fas(or 9:46 Sunday School Fay Austin, superintendent , 11:00 tf. irnlng Worship.. 6:45 P.Y.P.A meets with Mrs Ollie Goodsc v -charge 7:45 ' Evangelistic Service with chcir and Orchestra participating Tuesday and Pri-!a> nights services a 1 - ,5. -"uesday ' night' is Voung People's Night CHURCH 'OF- THt IMMACULATt CONCEPTION Kei. B/Francli MeUevttt pastoi Sunday Masses 1:30 «iid 10:00 FIRS 1 LUTHERAN 517 W Walnnt • Rev. G. Mifssftt 10 ajn. Sunday School and'Bible Class .... ', ' • ' < 11 a.m Divine .Worship «BS1 BAPTIST . : CHAFE1 MISSION _ ' , ..Rev. fc. C .$ramr pastor Wbrsnip Service 9-So ajn •'•••• Sunday School 10:30 am rralnin? Uninh «:16 ojh . CHURCH OF CHRIST Lonnle Smith , Minister AIR BASE Two Blocks North ol Chipel 10 a.m. Sunday School . 11 am Worship Service 6:45 p.m Bible Studj . 7:30 p.m. Evening Worship Servlci Wednesday Evening Bible Study 7:30 p.m - , ' • METHODIST " W. B. Yo'unl," Pastor-, . ', Wesley Memorial Church Church School, 10:00 a.m.; Supt. Floyd Davis. •:.Worship Service 11:00 a.m. Worship Service 7 pm. HALF MOON CHURCH Church School 10:00 a.m. Supt. Earl Baker. Worship Service 11:00 a.m. Worship service 7:00 p-m. CHRISTIAN' SCIENCE SOCIETY' 1211 W. Alain SI. Sunday School'9:30 a.m. Sunday Sermon, 11:00 a.m. Heading Room Tuesday 2:30 p.m. o 4:30 p.m. Wednesday 8 p.m, "Soul and Body" Is Ihe subject >f Ihe Lesson-Sermon which wll « read in all Churches and Soc- elle* of the Church of Christ. Scientist, on Sunday Nov. 20, 1949. Thanksgiving services at 11:00 a. m. Thanksgiving Day. FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH Le&ler SUrubhar, minister 9:45 Coffee for Men's Class. 9:30 a.m. Choir Practice. : 9:45-Sunday School. 10:45 a.m. "For What Are You Most Thankful?" ( 6:15 Chi Rho Junior and Senior i.Y.F. . 6:30 am. Chi Rho Junior and Senior C r Y.F. Lesson, 7:30 pjn. Song and prayer service, Duet. Mrs. W.'D. Cobb, Mrs. Hadlcy Hays will present vocal selections Monday 2:3p p m. Executive Board of Women's Council meets at hurch at 2:30 p.m. with .Mrs. Kadley Hays hostess and Mrs. Ben Harix>le devotional leader. 7:30 pjn. Boy Scouts. Wednesday 7:00 p. • m. Senior Choir, , .. : Nov. 24.Union,Thanksgiving Service at First Methodist Church at 9:30 pjn. with Dr. Alfred 'Vise, speaker. BUKDKTTE CHUKCH OF GOO K E, Shaw, pastor Sunday School, 9:45 a.m Morning Worship. 11 am , ifoung People, 7:00 p.m Evening Worship 8:00 OJn 1MMANUEL BAPTlS'l • A. M. Houston/ pastor Sunday School, 10'ajn Morning Worship II a.m Training Uniori. 1 'p.m Evening Service, 7:30 p.m Wednesday nlghl prayer servico 7 p.m: , . - - GOSNELL HA I'll SI ; Carl L'asllrrruin. pastor Sunday School,-10:00 ajn Morning Worship n 00 a.m Training'tjhlpn, 7:3o p!tn Evening Worship,.8:00 pjn Thursday. 7:30 pjn. Prayei Service. ... .. M'.MOKtl HAt'i'lS'l • \\ O Auleu,. pustui Sunday.Schuuj. 10:00 a.m Pleaching 11'00 a.m • rrarhing Union. 1:00 p.m Evening Worship. 8:00 pin- Wednesday Prayer &leeii»B (:3(. .GOSNELL . L lxe Anderson, minister Church-School 10 a,in Worship Service 11 am M .Y F 'Groups B'n.ivi Evening Service 7 p.m Mid-Week Service Thursday pm. NEW LIBEKIV BAITISI fi\t mllrs Suullr lll|;hu«» SI Ru5st-ll Duffer, pastor SUliduy School 10:00 a.m Mornlns/ Worship 11 00 ajn i'niiiiiini Union 1 p.m Evening Worship 'Service 'I: p.m . ASSEitlBLY OF GOD ., Rev. E. C. Slmms. Factor Sunday School 9:45 a.m Morning Worship 11:00 ajn. . Women's Missionary Council 6:3- p.m. ' • • • '- Men's Cooperative Council ' 6:3 p.m.- • . : '. r . '• .Christ's Ambassadors' :30 pjn. . Junior Christ Ambassadors . 6:30 pjn.' " ' : --'' ; . -• •• ..•' • • - r -f.. Evangelistic Service 7: 30 pjn. Tuesday. 7:30 p!m. Prayer, Meet- Ing ' . . Thursday 7:30 p.m. Bible study-: • Little Rock Man to Take West Point Examinations LITTLE ROCK, Nov. 'l8. (fP) < — Cpl. Clyde D. Dean. Little Rocfci'ol the 106th Army Band, will-represent, Arkansas in competitive -\ex- amirmtions next March 'to 18 ''National Quardsnien for admission \,i -West Point. - •' Assistant Adjutant General II. L. McAlister said today Dean ' made the highest grade In Arkansas examinations. FIRS1 FRESkYTERIAN CHURCH Harvey T. Kidd, minliUr 9:45 Sunday School 11 .a.m. "Christianity and mocracy." ; . ,- . . 7:30 : "The Indifferent Church" '7:30 p.m.- Cholr : practice,/ De- CHIJRCH ;OF., CHRIST H.F/ Sharp,'EvaniellsJ : Main at 61 Highway Sunday .Sermorj' 8:45 ajn: ''Christ in .Prophecy". Communion. Bible Study 9:45 a.m. , : Sunday Sermon 10:45 "Christ in Phrophecy." Communion, '.Sunday, Evening- Classes 6:45. ST. STEPHEN'S EPISCOPAL William J. Fitihufh, virar Sunday next before Advent. 7:30 ajn. Holy Communion. 9:30 a.m. Church School 11:00 a^m. Morning Prayer. Nov. 24 Union Thanksgiving Service at First Metliodlst .Church at 9:30 a.m. with Dr. Alfred Vise, speaker. 11:00 a-m. Holv Communion. 4:CO p.m. { Intercessory Prayei group. ; /"'''. Rural Churches VARRRO METHODIST CHURCH L«Roj Henry. Minister Church School every Sunday 10 urn. Church Worship Services; 2nd and fourth SundfLys-11 va.m. first arid third Sunday 1 p.m. PSCS'frfst and third Sundays. PROMISED LAND METHODIST CHURCH LeHo» Henry, minister. •Church school'every Sunday 10 a.m. ; Church Worship Services — first and third Sundays r ll:0fl a.m. Second and fourth Sundays 6:30 p.m.: M. . y. p. metlngs second and fourth Sundays 5:30 p.m. ; , WSCS'second and fourili 'Thursdays.. ,' NINE BAPTISl Gene SHultz, pastor Sunday -School 9:45 a.m Morning Worship -11:00 ajn Sunday : 2:15 p.m Mission Arm Sunday. School and church at Yar bro School 'audltcriujn Training Union, 7:00 'p.m Kveoing Worship. 8pm v GATEWAY I'ArlKKNACLE > L. G. -Buran. pailur Church Service, 9.49 ajn Evening .Worship. -1:30 pjn. HALF MOON ASSEMBLY OK GOD Rev. Martin Reagan ; paitor dhurch service , Wednesday .and Friday 7 30 pjn Sunday School, 10:00 a.m Morning Worship. 11:00 ajn C A Service'i 00 pjn " Evening; Worship, 8:00 pjn Wednesday prayer .service pjn WOOUI.AN1) CORNER BAPilSl Sunday Echuol, 10:00 ajn. Worship Service 11:00 ajn, B..1 U. 7:00 p.m Evening Worship. 8:00 pjn. Wednesday Prayer Servrct 1:0» HUFFMAN CHURL-H Ol GOD Janiei Wync*, >«stot Sunday School. 9:44 ajn Morning Worshfp, 11:00 ajn Gvenlng Service, 7:30 pm Y.P.E. Saturday 7:30 pjn HUFFMAN BAJTIS1 David Mcreake-pailoc 10:00 a.m. Sunday School 11:00 a.m. Morning Service 8 p.m. Evening Service 7:30 p.m D.T.U. reeling fridny 1 p.m. choii practice ano rayei meeting , ROUND LAKE C11UHCH O 1 ' UlllllS'l Tliunnit L. C'unner. Mlnbtci Sunday School 10 a.m Worship Service 11 a.m Wednesday Night Bible Study :30 p.m VAKIIKQ MISS1ONARV BAITIS'I lU-v. Parker Hay. nrhilster Sumlay School 10 a.m i'reaihlng Servile 11 a.m B.T.U fi:30 p.m Prcnrhlng 7.30 p.m. Prayei Meeting Friday nlKtit CI.KAK I.AKt BAKII.S'l J k. Coi puitor • Sunday School 1:45 ajn Wursl.lp Service 11:00 a.m I'm-ilng Union 0:30 p.m Worship Service, T - 30 p.m Mid-Week Service' 7:30 11.111 Wed- ip-sday , Luxora Churches ASSKMIII V «?• ''.iin J C. DU>kln>on.' pastor 10:00 a.m Smulnv Scnool 11:00 a.m Worship Service 6:00 rym C. A Service f:30 pMn SRtnrdfty Service. 7:30 p.m Wednesday Prayer eei ilce CHUKCI) Oh CH.'EIS'I O^car L: Ha.v&' Ulnltter Bible tiUidy 10 a.m. Preanhlng, 11 a.m. 'l-Jlj p.m first and third Sundays l-IHS'l BAITISI A B. Hill, paatol 10:00 a.m Sunday • School 11:00 am Worship Service! 6:QU i>.m BIO T:OU urn Worship Service 1:00 p.m rYednrsaay Prayei ati vice MKIIKIIHSl H: L. &» > I|IOD, pantal 4 Church School, • 10 a.n> Morning Worship 11 a m Methddlsl Youth Fellow sh I p.m Evening Worship Service. 1 p.m Osceolo Churche HKS'l CHK1MTIAN L. K 81(11 Jr puMt M6rn]i'- . Worship 10:6i- a.ra Evening 8er"lr>w 7:«p prr. Midweek Service 7:30 ' ' L. T. Sunday School, 9:46 a.m Morning Worship, 11 »jn. , Younj People, 5:00 pjc. Wednesday evening lervlc*, T:»t HBS'J BAPTIPT RUSK!] J. Glubb, pMlw Sunday School, n:i5 a.m Morning Worship 11:00 t.ra. B. r Union, 6:30 p.m. Evening Strplce 7:30 pa. Midweek Berrlce. ISO pjear CH'JKUH OF OHKIST Morning Worsnip, 10:45 a.m. Bvenlne Service 1:30 pjn S mdas School, 9:48 i.m. Bible Rlndy Tuesdav ind Frid»y, ST. MATTIiBYVS Hev H. Kr»ncU MrDerltt nislar 1st, 3rd and 5th 6unr)ay» lass. 9:00 a.m. HKS'I PKN'I KUOt-TAl Norman Kent, pastor Eivenlnp service 1 :3C D.m. CIKS'I MKTIIIIDIS'I IL J. Couchnrari: pastor Sunday School J:15 a.m Worship - service 1 1 a.m. Methodlf youth tcilou's Worship service, 1 pjn. Wednrsday- Youth Chbli practice, :3 pm. Sentni uhnir 1-30 p.m . 6-15 • OAM'ARV EPISCOPAL IVIllhim J. 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