PACK rwo BLYTHEVILLB (ARK.)' COURIKR NEW» Czech Refugees fake Over Plane ijj U.S. Army Gives 18 ..'•?, Sanctuary After They If, Force Pilot to Land • t- . j[ • By Jowphlne Thompson JUniUd Press Staff Correspondent) a MUNICH, Germany, April 10.— JUP)—The American Army gave Ijauetuary yesterday to 18 Czechs yho took control of a Czech airliner at pistol-point Tuesday n»d huided it In the United States zone iff Germany. ,1 Seven other Czeclis who were aboard the Czech National Airlines Transport when it put down at Jjeuiberg Airbase near Munich were returning, at their own request, to Czechoslovakia. American aulhori- (lei had offered political refuge from ' their Communist-dominated homeland to all 21 passengers and Jour crew members. • J The plane left Prague for Brat- Jslava, Czechoslovakia, but wound ufc here. Tile pilot, who was one of those who will not return lo Czech- .o&lovakla, said he knowingly crossed the Czech border. i'''Mrs. Chldkova Bozina, wife of n Prague florist and one o[ those who will return, charged that the 18 passengers and crewmen brought 'off a planned seizure of the plane £. Sees 1'lstol Appear i. She -said the plane left Prague it 4 p.m. Tuesday, and landed at Nuiberg an hour and 45 minutes later, just when It *ho 'have been reaching Bratislava. •• ,She was surprised, she said, although she had noticed during the flight that a pistol suddenly appeared in the hands of one passenger. j; "We went forward to the crew's .compartment," she said, "and' brought the nnvlgntor back nt gunpoint He forced the navigator to flt.ln a rear seat, and guarded him .with the pistol all the time." 'J Sjhe said the navigator was seized 'soon after .the trip began, and everything went so smoothly that fclie was confident "the whole es- . £ape was planned nnd arranged :pven before we left Prague." Jj Mrs.- Bozina was the only woman Aboard. With four Prague busincss- .fneri, a Czech lawyer, and the nav- ilgator, she was to return to Prague Aboard the Orient Express from Nuernberg. -\ U. S. Army counter-intelligence ;inen questioned 10 passengers and •prew members. The others of those •M'ho -will remain In the American )Zone were placed in » Czech displaced persons camp. 'Hey, Mom, Let's Keep 'Em AH' GOP to Open Civil Rights Fight with Anti-Lynching Bill WASHINGTON, April 10. (UP)— Republlcnu yesterday decided to open the civil rights fight in the Senate by calling up antl-lynchlng legislation. But not Immediately. The measure will not be brought up until after national defense legislation hM been acted upon, probably In two or three weeks. Senate Republicans voted to take up an antl-lynchlne bill first In preference to anti-poll tax and fair employment practices measures. Chairman Robert A Taft, R., O., .of the Senate Republican Policy Committee uid the anti-lynching bill wu picked beciuae it was considered "the easiest to get thrc/.•!».' All three measures are major points In President Truman's civil rights program which has resulted In a revolt of Southern Democrats. Any of them Is almost certain to bring on a filibuster by Southern senators. Taft expressed a "hope" that the filibuster could be broken.' He said chances tor Involking cloture "seems much better than ever before." Cloture would limit the time any Senator could debate the question. A two-thirds vote Is required to shut off debate In this manner. The Senate rarely invokes cloture. SATURDAY, APRIL 10, When Boo gave birlh lo 12 pups, Ronnie Wagner, 3, of Cincinnati, O., wanted to Itcep all of them. But Ills parents said no. Uoo, a Spitz, had previously never had more thnn 10. Two o( the new pupj are hidden behind lionnie. ^Manufacturer Thinks \PrioritiesWill Return '"if it INDIANAFOUS, April 10, (UP)— ^A, manufacturing firm owned &y :J5en. Homer E. Capclmrt, R., I»fl., customers loday that be- of world tension it is "almost ^certain" that the government will |j iittpose priorities on raw nmlerinls ^ithin 60 days, fiV;The Packard Manufacturing Co., 'J^'hich makes juke boxes, stncl in a ^confidential letter" to iLs uusto- jfbters that Congress will relnstsue iJth« draft "In the very near future." J^The firm said prices would rise iis ^ result of the preparedness niens- r«res. fc W. H. Krieg, president of the ^company, said the circular letter tivas eased "on my own coinmoii after reading the newspn- High Standards And Honesty in Speech Sought NASHVILLE, Tenn., April 10.— (UP)—Dr. Claude B. Knutncr, of Athens, Ohio, told the Southern Speech Association convention'here - — — yesterday that speech teachers now United States to guarantee military ERP Nations Want Guarantee of Aid By U. S. Military KNOXVILLE, Tcnn., April 10 IUP)—Western Eui'0[)ean nations participating in the Marshall Plan lor economic recovery will ask the CHURCH NEWS ST. STEPHENS EPISCOPAL CHURCH Sixth and Walnut Hit. Church School, 9:30 a.m. Morning Worship, 11:00 a.m. YAKBRO METIIOHIST CHURCH Ray )L MuLester. pastor 1st, 3rd, 6th Sundays. Preaching services. 7:00 p.m. Sunday School, 10 a.m. Second and 4th Sundayi Preaching Service*, 11 t.m. Young People, 6:50 p.m. HAIf MOON ASSEMBLY OF GO1) Martin Keif an, acting pulor Sunday School, ib a.m. C/harlw Springer, superintendent. Morning Worship, 1| a.m. Evening Worship, « p.m. Wednesday prayer meeting, T:JO p.m. CHURCH Kay L. McI.eiUr p«it«r Every Sunday Preaching Service 9:30 a.m. Sunday School, 10:30 a.m. Young People, «:30 pjn. LAKE STREET METHODIST CHURCH H. H. Blerlni, pattor Sunday School, 9:45 a.m Preaching service, 10:i5 a.m. M. Y. F., «:30 p.m. Preaching Service, 7:30 p.m. W. S. C. S, Monday, 2:30 pm. Wed. Mld-Week Services, 7:» p.m. GOSNEIX BAPTIST CHURCH Carl Cattleman, pastor Sunday School, 10:00 a.m. Morning Worship, 11:00 a.m. Training Union, 1:30 p.m. Evening Worship, 8:00 p.m. Thursday, 7:30 p.m., Prayer Service. Sunday School Lesson Subject! Illustrated Mrs. J. D. Stafford of Vivian, L»., v.111 present R special flannel crult lesson /or members of the Sunday School of the First Niiza- rene Church tomorrow. The lesson subject will be: Fishers of Men. The lesson material is Illustrated with Bible pictures of characters presented on an art buckBrouml ol flannel. The Rev. Mr. Stafford and Mrs. Stafford have been conducting a revival In the Nazarene Church here where the Rev. Daniel Stafford is pastor. must strive to "develop a sense of social responsibility that will lead to high standards of sincerity of purpose and honesty In speech." Kantnor wns one of four speakers on the theme "Freedom Through Speech." He reviewed the development of speech education through each of its stages durltig the lust 35 years. He described the "flocutionary age," ami a Inter age when spcech'tcach- Ing became more "ulUIlarlnn." Each stage, he said, has contributed something of value to the field. iMIss Sara Lowrey, of Waco, Tex., told the group that speech training "contributes to the freedom of the speaker in communicating ideas— hence lo freedom through speech." Other speakers during the session were Joseph c. Wetherby, Durham, N. C.. and Elton Abernnthy, Southwest Texas Stale College. The convention ended with a banquet last night, Rupert I,. Cort- rlEhl, Detroit, Mlc'h., president of the Speech Association ot America, was tho principal speaker. Chtld Killed by Auto PINE BLUFF f Al-k., AprlMO. (UP) —Funernl services were being planned today for Ihrce-ycnr-old Robert G. Maples, son of Mr. nnd Mrs, John Mnples, who wns .struck by REI automobile neiir his home. The driver of the cnr, Joe Pointer of Pine Bluff, cnrrled the child to r. hosnital but he dice! before arriving. No nrrtst was made. aid if It is needed, Belgium's Pre- mkr Paul Hcnri-Sp&ak said here yesterday, Spank ucconiuanfed Prince Re- iil, Charles of Belgium In a tour of Morris Dam near here. They returned to Washington last night. Tne premier said he was "very optimistic" that Communist tension would be ensed but added that "We want the United States lo guarantee us now that we wlH get military help when we need it," Housing Doesn't Stump Him Parole Violator Chooses Jail Over Hogging 'Wife MEMPins, Tcnn., April 10. (UP) —A hnrrassed, 54-year-old husband chose to go baclc to Jail today rather than return to a nagging Vi'if-!. Eugene Wnrtmnn o[ Milwaukee, Wts., surrendered here yesterday as a parole violutor from the Southern Illinois Slate Penitentiary. "I run worn out with domestic troubles," he told police as he s»ve himself up. Wnrtman sold he broke Into a store in Pinckuoyvlllc, 111. and sot a sentence of irom one year to lite. In 1939, after serving six years, he was paroled to work on a farm, He said. He "walked away" to work In the .steel mills, he tuld police, and in 19M lie married a widow. "Since then my life has been hell with her nagging nnd shoving me around," Warttnan salii. "It will be a rclier to go back to the pen." Chicago and Southern ' Extends Caribbean Route MEMPHIS, Tenn., April 10. (UP) —The Civil Aeronautics Board to- dny grunted Chicago and Southern Air Lines permission to extend its . Caribbean route from Havana to quest would be granted. Caracas, Venezuela. The CAB action came in the form of lifting a suspension order in elect since March 3, 1M7 which forbade C and S to extend its prevl- Loan Shark Who Financed Dice Games Arrested ATLANTA, Ga., April 10. (UP) — Police today held n 21-year-old restaurant clerk who they said admitted running a "loan agency" to finance dice gambling games of teen-aged youths. He was Identified as Robert Lewis Blng. Police said he confessed to tnking boys to his apartment anc lending them money for gambling games carried on there. Bing was arrested after police caught four boys, the oldest o! whom wns 16, shooting' dice behind the restaurant. The boya said Bing loaned then: money for the game, charging H cents interest on a 25-cent loan; 25 cent* on 50 cents; 35 cents on 7& cents and 50 cents on a dollar. The boys owed Bing between anil f8 each, police said, ; : ' Bing was held la. default of *300 bond on charges of' disorderly coi& duct-gaming; disorderly conduct- contributing to delinquency of minors and disorderly conduct-doing business without a license. New Site is Sought for Governor's Home LITTLE KOCK, Ark.. April (UP)—Chairman C. B. Lowry of the Arkansas Mansion Commission, said today he would go before the Blind School Board and request permission to locate the proposed $100,OSO governor's residence on the old Blind School grounds. The board meets April 15 at Little Rosk. The commission's decision to locate at the old Blind School site at 18th and Spring Streets climaxed an eight months search. Lowry said he believed the r« oiisly fana grnntcrt route beyond Ha- f/iree Michigan Fugitives Nabbed in Mississippi IUKA. Miss., April 10. (UP] — Three .escapees from a Bay County. Mich.. Jail were held here today aT- ter they surrenderee! meekly to a posse of Mississippi and Alabama ixjltce nnd FBI agents who trailed them for two days with the aid of Rii airplane. They were identified as John J. Wihnot, 24, of Detroit, convicted of auto thclt: John Jennings, M, ami Robert Gorney, 31, both of Bay City, Mich., convicted of burglary. They gave up in a small wooded section near this Alabama border lo»-n yesterday, without a fiifrit. They said they had not eaten since Tuesday. Michigan police were on Ihelr way to pick them up at Tisho- mitiKo County Jail here. Box Car Fire Spreads TEXARKANA, Ark., April 10 IUP)—Damage has been estimatcc at $20,000 from a fire which broki out in a box car in the Texas ant Pacific Railway yards yesterday. Most of the damage was a railway property and merchandise the Names spread to a freight she: nnd two trucks. The trucks were badly damaged. CHURCH OF CHRIST C. W. St4»ll, paitor Sanday School, 9:50 a.m Worship Service. 10:50 a.m. Bible Study, 6:45 p.m. Evening Service, 9 p.m. WOODLAND CORNER BAPTIST CHURCH Arnold CJayton, p».tor 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 Prayer Service, 7:00 PROMISED LANl> METHODIST CHURCH . Kay L. McLester, pa&tur 1st,' 3rd, 5th ftunaays, Preaching services, 11 a.m. Sunday School every Sunday, 10 a.m. Second and Fourth Sundays Preaching services 7:00 p.m. IMMANUEL BAPTIST CHURCH A. M. Itoufilon, paslor Sunday School. 10 'i in Morning Worship, 11 am Training Union, 7 p.u. Evening Service, 7:30 r"". Wednesday night prayer service, 7 p.m. CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH IGth and Chlckusaxba r. II. Jcrnlgan, paslor Sunday School, 9:io a.m. Morning Worship, 11 a.m. B. T U., 6:45 p.m. Evening Worship, 3 pjn. Wednesday Prayer .lecting 7:30 p.m. ASSEMBLY OF GOD CHURCH L, C. Ranuey, pastor Sunday School, 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship, 11 a.m. Methodist Youth Fellowship, «:00 p.m. Evening Worship, 1:30 p.m. Prayer Meeting, Wed. 7 p.m. Christ Ambassador Se«'lc.t«. «:3U x.m. Children's Church, «:30 p.m. Evangelistic Services, T.M p.m. FIRST METHODIST CHURCH Re». Allen B. Stewart, p»,lor Church School, 9:45 a.m. Worship Services, 10:50 a.m. Intermediate and Junior Fellowship Program, 6:00 p m w' erl ?, edlato M ' Y ' F - 6:3 ° P-"»' Worship Services, 7:30 pm Wednesday choir Practice, 7:30 nmsT rmzsBrrnuAN cmmcu Kev. H*n«r T. Kldd, pulor Sunday School, t:46 a.m. Morning Worship, 11:00 a.m. Junior Choir, 7:10 p.m. Kvenlng Service, 7:30 pjn. Wednesday Prayer Ueetln», 7:JO p.m. Choir Rehear«al, «:lo pjn. FIRST LUTHERAN CHURCH Her. Kotart Ja*f«r, puUr Sunday School, 10:00 a.m. Morning Worihlp, 11:00 ajn, followed by Voter'i Meeting. Regular Service for the de*f, 1:00 p.m. Tuesday Adult Bible Claas, 7:iS p.m. Friday, T:JO p.m., Men'a Club Meeting. «RST CHRISTIAN CHUMCH Ketr. Letter D. SUubhar Sunday School, »:« a.m. Morning Worship, Sermon, "JBmp. ty Houses Are Soon Wrecked", 10:» am. Junior Choir, J:30 p.m. Junior C. Y. F., 5:30 pjn. Senior 0. Y. F., «:30 p.m. Wednesday Choir Practice, 7:30 p.m. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SERVICES Woman's Clubhouae, HIS W. Main "Are Sin, Di«a«, And Death Heal?" Is the subject of the Lesson- Sermon which will be read in all Churches and Societies of the Church of Christ, Scientist, on Sunday. Wednesday Evening Meeting, 8:00 p.m. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH £ C. Brown, pallor Sunday School, 9;4o a.m. Morning Worship service, 10-55 ajn. Training Union, «;3Q p.m. Evening Worship Service 7:30 p.m. Fellowship tor Young People, 8:30 p.m. Wednesday Prayer Service, 7:45 p.m, ' Osceola Churches FIRST CiUISTIAN CHURCH L. K. BUM Jr., a*M«r Bible School, »:4S a.m. Morning Worship, 10:SO ».«, Evening Service, 7:00 pm Midweek Service, 7:30 p.m. ST. MATTHEW'S CHUBCB CHUECH L. T. Lawreae*, puUr Sunday School, »:4S a.m. Morning Worship, U a.m. Younj People, 5:00 p m. Wednesday «venln« tervlc*, T:M p.m, FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH BlUKll J, ClHbh, mrtn- Sunday School, 1:48 a.m. Morning Worship, ll;oo am -. B. T. Union, «:30 p.m. Evening Service, 7:30 p.m. Midweek . Service, 7:jo p.m. CHURCH OF CHRIST O. C. ThHapton, putar Bible School, 8:15 «.m. Morning Worship, 10:44 a.m. Evening Service, 7:30 p.m. Sunday School, »:« a. m Bible Study, Tuesday and Friday 7:30 p.m. '' FIRST PENTECOSTAL CRURCB Norman Kent, pastor Morninj Service, 11:00 a.m. Evening Service, 7:30 p.m. FIRST METHODIST CHURCH Herschelle Couchman, pr-lw 'l Sunday School, »:45 a.m. < Morning ervlce, 11:00 a.m. Methodist Youth Fellowship, *:li p.m. Evening Service, 7:30 p.m. TEMPLE ISRAEL Dr. Alfred Vise, rabbi Sunday School, 10:00 a.m. Services with Sermon, 7:30 pm. Sabbath Services Friday nicht 8 o'clock. ATTEND SERVICES AT First Church of the Nazarene Corner Fifth & Sycamore —SUNDAY— 11:00 a. m. "How Many Times Should One Forgive?" 7:45 p. m. "Encouraging One Another" Daniel Stafford, Pastor BUHI>ETTE CHURCH OF GOD R. C. Shaw, pastor Sunday School, 9:i9 a.m. Morning Worship, 11 ».m. Youth^ Service, 7 p.m. ; , Evening Service, t p.m. " TABKKNAOLJI i; Vent Bou-lin, pallor Sunday School, 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship, U ajn. Young People, 6:45 p.m. Evening Worship, 7:30 pjn. GATEWAY TABERNACLE L. G. Borah, pastor Church Service, 9:45 am Evening Worship, 7:30 p.m. Church service, Wednesday i Friday, 7:30 p.m. THE FIRST CHURCH O* NAKARENC Daniel S'yffi.rd. pastor Morning Worship, 11 a.m. Young People's Meeting, 1:15 p.m. Evening Worship, 8 oj\> Sunday School, 9:15 a.m. NUMBER NINE I1APT1ST CHURCH Howard II. Kin;, palter Sunday School, 9:45 '.t.m Morning Worship, 11 a.m. Training Union. ^ o.m. Evening Worship, b p.m. LILLY SrREET BAPTIST Sunday School. u:ao a.m. Morning Worship, 10:55 a.m. Training Union 6:45 a.m. Evening Worship 7:30 p.m. FLAT LAKE METHODIST FOR SALE DORTCH'S IMPROVED OGDEN BEANS State Certified NON-CERTIFIED OGDEN PURITY 98% Gerniitiixtion 88% C. L. Wylie, Grocer, Promised Land Phone 2025 or L. R. Matthews Gin, Yarbro Phone 727 Peter Biieckl, a 54-year-old Polish refugee, beat the housing shortage by building bis home in the stump ot a once-mighty cedar tre« in Sedro Wooley, Wash. His makeshift dwening has two windows, a door, a stove and a combination bed and chair. Ha raises bis food on a plot he reclaimed from a swamp. FCMDD'S Elliott'Johns, Prop. FOR REFRESHMENT AT ANY TIME! Our RtsUurant Has Be«n Redecorated For Your Comfort JOHNS CAFE 409 W«st Main In Blyfheville TIES Are Important to the Individual They're also Important to railroad* if they happen to be crossties. CHURCH TIES are of even greater importance to individuals and to whole communities. Seeking closer church ties between individuals and the community ttfe BLYTHEVILLE MINISTERIAL ALLIANCE and The COURIER are sponsoring a course in Church News Writing for lay workers to strengthen these ties of paramount importance. Church News increases the interest of active members; builds new interest among others, and serves as the only link between the Church and many in every community. Join those active in church affairs—Men; Women and Young People—who plan to attend. Remember the dates: Tuesday, April 20. 7:30 p. m. Friday, April 23, 7:30 p. m. The convenient registration forrn may be used: i Blytheville Ministerial Alliance, j Box 380, Blytheville, Ark. I D«*r Sirs: J Please enter my name as a member of the class In Church New* j Writing to be conducted In the First Methodist Church, Seventh and i Main Streets, Blytheville, on April 20 and 23. I would like to receive the ] free copies of the pamphlets which will be used aa textbooks for the ! course. ! Name Address This course in Church Newt Writing wu originated l n Blytheville and the first cl«H hu brought from churchmen, Mu«(«n »«d e4ft«n In it sUtei »nd two prarrncet hi O>na4«.
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