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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

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TRTDAV, JUNE 4, 15)48 BLYTHEVH,LE (ARK.)' COURIER NEW! Editor Proposes Election Method Newspaper Suggests Democrats Do Not Nominate Candidate By LYI.F. C. WILSON Vnliti Prtf* SUtt Corre*pondeiit WASHINGTON. June 4.—IUP) House Posses Harbor, Flood Control Funds School, 10 i.m. CbvlM printer, •\iperint«id«U. Mornlnc Worship, 11 a.m. Evening Worihlp, ( pm. Wedn*«l\jr priyer meettnc, j7:M m. —The oldest «ewspperTni propliaUon pro WASHINGTON', Jun« 4. (UP) — Tlie House yesterday passed by voice vote and sent lo Ihe Senate a bill to author!^ 32 river and harbor and 14 flood control projects at an estimated cost of (43,762,900. The measure also autliortaed ap- 0| to the the United States' yesterdav"pro-'i Army Engineers la an emergency posed that (he Democratic Nation-' ' Ull( ' ' ol re P"' r a "d restoration of al Convention should " J '"' '' ... • -- not nominate candidate for president this year. The paper Is the'Alexandrla, Va., lazette, established just across the 'otoniac before Washington was lUndert, In lisi Publisher C. C. Carlin, Jr., contributed the editorial suggestion which, he argued, should result in a Democratic president after next November's election. Carlin's Idea h that various states and regions should make their own democratic presidential nominations after the convention has completed its business In Philadelphia In July. "1*1 ihc national convention be held as usual "said Carlo's editorial, "adopt the party's platform and proceed with the customary transaction of the business for which It' it called, except that It should not i nominate a candidate for prcsi-1 dent. This would be neither ap-' proval nor rejection of the candidacy of President Truman. "Instead let the convention dir-' ret the Democratic, organizations In the several states each to noml- . nale a candidate of their chojce | whose name would be entered upon f the state ballot together with the 1 names of the electors." Electors Not Bound ! Carlin makes the point that pres- i^jentlal electors are not bound in n'ny way to cast their votes for a ! particular candidate even though his name may appear as the nomi- ' nee upon the ballots cast by the voters. That is a fact not generally realized by the persons who cast j the votes. I Carlin suggested several candl-' dates for the stales or regions: I New England: Sen. J. Howard' McGrath, Rhode Island; Rep. John W. McCormack. Massachusetts. Middle Atlantic States :James A. Parley, New York. Middle West: Frank J. Lausche, Ohio: Sen. Scott Lucas, Illinois. State immediately West of Mississippi River: President Truman. Mountain states: Sen. Joseph C- O'Mahoney, Wyoming. Pacific Coast states: Sen. Sheridan Downey, California; Gov. Mon C. Wallgren, Washington. i Southern states: Sen. Harry P. Ik^S'rd, Virginia; Sen. Walter F. George, Georgia. Border states: Sen. Alben W. Barkley, Kentucky. "Or,"'> Carlin .wrote. 1 ''any other Democrat whom the Democrats of any particular state believe could win the electors of that particular state. When nnd if the Democratic electors should have chosen, let the chairman of the Democratic Committee call a meeting of such electors with directions to select the • candidate, for whom all of them] _ vould vote in the electoral college.' flood contiol works which have been or will be threatened or d«- stroyed by floods. It also authorized: 1. Surveys ol 18 possible flood control and rivers andharbors pro Jecls. 2. An annual appropriation o $2.000,000 to the Army Engineers for small flood control projects not specifically authorized by Congress 3. Appropriations ol *5,000,000 each to Uie Army and the agriculture department for flood-control Examination- and survey work. Among Hood control projects au thomed were: Arkansas river basin at Charthagi and Monctt. Mo., »740,000; specia provision concerning approaches highway bridges across the Arkan sas River at Morrillon and Va Bnron-Fort Smith, *2CO.OOO. CHUKCH OF CHRIST I. W. Btev&H, pulw Sunday School, »:50 am. Worship 8*rvle*. 10:50 aJB. Bible Btudx, «:46 p.m. Evening fiervicc, ( p.m. IMMANUEL BAPTIST CHURCH A. M. HHcUa, Sunday School. 10 vru Morning Wonhip, ti am Training Union, T p.m. Ev«nin« Service, l:so pm. Wednesday night praytr m p.m. CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH l«th and ChLckuavta P. H. Jtrnlgan, pastor Sunday School, 9:-k> a.m. Morning Worship, 1) a.m. Wednesday Prayer ieetlni 7:30 p.m. Training Union 6:45 a.m. Evening Worship 7:30 p.m. FLAT LAKE METBODIBT CHURCH Ray L. McLntcr putvr Every Sunday Preaching Service »:» ».m. Sunday School, 10:30 a.m. Young People, 6:30 p.m. GOSStLJ, BAPTIST CHURCH Carl Castlrn>an, paslur Sunday School, 10:00 a.m. Morning Worship, 11:00 a.m. Training Union, 7:JO p.m. Evening Worship, 8:00pm. Thursday, 7:30 p.m., Prayer Service. WOODLAND CORNER BAPTIST CHURCH Arnold Clayton, paslor Sunday School, 10:00 a.m. Worship Service. 11:00 a.m. B. T. U., 7:OO p.m, Evening Worship. 8:00 pjn. Wednesday Prayer Service, p.m. 7:00 ASSEMBLT OF GOB CHUKCH L. C. fUratey, panor Sunday School, 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship, n a.m. Evening Worship, 8:00 p.m. Praj«r Meeting, Wed. 1 p.m. Christ Ambassador Cfemcui, CM Children'* Church, 8:30 p.m. Evang«lUHc Services. 7:30 p.m. ARMOKKI, BAPTIST CHURCH Homer Adklns, pattor Sunday school, 10:00 ajn. Preaching, 11:00 a.m. Training Union, 7:00 p.m: Evening Worship, 8:00 p.m. Wednesday, Prayer Meeting, 1:30 p m. Aid Necessary, Royal I Asserts WASHINGTON. June 4.—(UP)— Army Secretary Kenneth C. Roya believes the war in Palestine makes it even more necessary to continue thc slop-Communism program in Greece and Turkey. Royall made this statement before the House Appropriations Committee during hearings on the foreign aid program. Despite Ills warning, the committee trimmed Ihc Greek-Turkish aid program from $275,000,000 to {200,000,000. He said the tide in Greece definitely has turned against the Communists and that "real results" would be obtained if the present program were continued. He said the aim Is to break the back of Greek guerrilla resistance this Summer. He added, however, that the picture also has a bad shape. "The activities In Palestine," he said, "create R more unstable situation than we have had In the past, increasing the dangers to (he Royall said this "makes it al! the more important that the Turkish and particularly the Greek situation, to some extent be buf/ers against the encroachment of Com- munish in the Middi. East which increases rather than decreases the importance of this assistance." Wheat-flour proftihii *-prom Ue BURDETTE CHTUKCH OF GOD R. E. Shaw, p*slor Sunday School, 9:46 a.m. Morning Worship, n a.m. Youth Service, T p.m. Es'enint Service, 8 p.m. FULL GOSPEL TABKRNACLR Vent Bowlln, paitor iiunday School, 9:45 a.m Morning Worship. 11 ajn. Young People, »:45 p.m. Evening Worship, 1:30 p.m. GATEWAY TABCRNACtB L. G. Borati, pas(«r Church Service, 9:45 am Evening Worship. 7:30 p.m. Church service. Wednesday Friday. 7:30 p.m. CHURCH OF THE IMMACULATE CONCEPTION Rev. H. Francis MrUevlU, paitor Key. Paul Bujarskl, assistant paalor 'Sunday Musses, 7:30 and 10:00 Morning Wonlirji. 11:00 a.m. Tuesday Adult BlbU Clau, T.« p.m. KRIS Tl AN KCIRNCE Woiaun'a CIcbtwuM, I4U W. M*l« "aod The Only Cause And Or«»or," li th» tubject of the Lesion- Srrinou which will b» read In all Dhurchea and Socletlu ot tin jliurch of Christ, Sclentbt, on Sunday. KIKST rRESBVTCRlAN CHURCH R«v. Harre; T. Kldd, puUr Sunday Seliool, 8:46 a.m. Morning Worship, 11:00 a.m. Young People, «:30 p.m. Wednesday Choir lUhcartal, 7:M p.m. , FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH R«v. L«t«r D. gUubbar, Sunday School, 0:45 am. MornUig Worihip, Sermon, "Jesuc Grew." Junior Choir. 2:00 p.m. Tuesday Male Chorlut Practlct, 7:30 p.m, | Wednesday Choir Rehearsal, 7:10 I p.m. i Sunday School, 1:4* a.m. Uorninc Worahip, 11 a.m. Younc Ptoplc, t:00 p.m. Wednesday tv»nln» aervicv, 7:10 pjn. FIRST BAFTIBT CRVRCB •wwO J. Chahb. r«i« Minday School, »:46 a.m. Mornlnc Worship, 11:09 ajn. B. T. Union, 6:30 p.m. Ev«nin» Btmtct, 7:30 p.m. Midweek Scrvlc*, 1:30 pjn. CHURCH OF CHR11T O. C. TkM^Mn, paa(«T Bible School, 9:49 a.m. Momln« Worship, io:45 a.m. BverUnt Service, 7:30 p.m. Sunday School, g:4S a. m Blbl» study, Tuesday and Friday, 7:W p.m. FMST PENTKCOS'rAL CHURCH Nor»an Kent, paitM Momlnc •m-i^c«, 11:00 a^L Evwilnc Service, 7:« pjt FIRST METHODIgT CMDmCB Sunday Seboei. 1:41 «,». Morning lerrtet, 11 :W tm' MfitJwn1l»t YootJi ^ P.B. Kvraioc Btrvie*. <I M M. For E< •f Flavor + Nutrition i your fr*ew /«r DIXIE MARGARINE FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH K. C. Brown, putor Sunday School, 9:40 a.m. Morning Worship Servic*, 10;M a.m. Youth Fellowship, 6:16 p.m. Training Union, 7:00 p.m. Evening Worship, 8:00 p.m. Wednesday Prayer, Service, 1:45 at Martin and Boydtton; a. m. Saturday .0:15 a.m. j 8:00 p.m. B:00 and FIRST CHURCH O» iHE NAZARFNK Daniel s< 4 ff,.rri. pastor Sunday Seliool, 9:45 a.m. MornlnK Worship :i am Young People's Meeting 1-15 pjn. Evening worship, 7:45 p.m. Sunday School, 8:45 »jn. NUMBER NINft BAPTIST CHURCH Howard K. Kin|, pixcr Sunday School, 8:45 »jn Morning Worship 11 am. Training Onion. 7 o.m Evening Worship. 8 p.m. Sunday School. y.ya a.m. Weekday FIKST METHOIMST CHURCH Allen 2>. Stewart, pastor Church School, 9:45 a-m. Worship Services, 10:40 a.m. Junior and Intermediate Fellowship, 6:30 p.m. Senior and Young People MYF, 6:30 p.m. Worship services. 8:00 p.m. After Church Fellowship, p.m. ' Wednesday Choir Rehearsal, 7:30 p.m. PROMISKII LANI> METHODIST CHURCH Ray I,. Mcl-titcr. putor 1st, 3rd. 5th Sundays: Preaching Services, 11:00 a.m. Sunday School every uiiday, 10:00 a.m. Second and 7<xirt)t Sundays, Preaching ervlccs, 7:00 p.m. LILLY STREET BAPTISt Morning Worship, 10:55 a.m. Junior Choir Practice, TEMPLE ISRAEL Dr. Alfred Ylw, rabbt Scrvlc«s on special announcement, , Tuesday, at >:00 p.m., meetlni o! .he Lodge and SLslerltood. Osceola Churches FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH U R. Still Jr., putor Bible School, »:tt a.m. Morning Worship, 10:50 a.m. Evening Service, 7:00 p.m. Midweek Service, 7:30 p.m, ST. MATTHEW'S CHURCH Francis B. MeUeVitt, paatw Mass, 9:00 am, FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH L. T. Lavrenee, pastor LAKE STREET MKTHODIST CHURCH Theron McKlsson, pastor Sunday School. 9:45 a.m. Preaching Service, 10:55 a.m. W.S-C.S., Monday. 2:30 p.m. Wednesday Mld-Wcclc Services, 7:30 p.m. FIKST LUTHERAN CHURCH Robert Jie^rr, pastor Sunday School, 10:CO a.m. NOW! at FOUNTAINS , Everywhere I You'll never regret disortilng those heavier Spring slacks for these featherweight coolie*. Every pair gives the appearance of fine wool, yet provides you with that cool, comfortable feeling . . . even on the hottest clnys. In all the crisp •urnmer colors, Sea our large selection and outfit, your summer wardrobe, ^ ALL SIZES Cool - Comfortable - Serviceable 1|hts> b tion tnal ti , eo [ielaying the det eriora- particularly under Boys' State Officials Take Oaths of Office 4.— CHURCH NEWS LITTLE ROCK, Ark., June (UP)—The State of Arkansas yesterday had a new governmental administration from governor .to members of the state legis',ilure. The boys' stale, a governmental study group sponsored by the, American Legion, completed its organization with the election oC members of the General Assembly. j The legislators were installed byi Bob Kent of Harrison, chief, jus-' lice of the Boys' State, Supreme' ^ourt. 1 . | ^VChief Justice Griffin Smith of the! Arkansas Supreme Court, gave (he oath of office to the governor, lieutenant governor, chief justice and other boys' state officers elected HAIJF MOON ASSEMBLY OF GOU earlier this week 1 Martin Heagan, acting puw -.»;;»;>;>;>;>;;#;>;;•;>;>;>;>'.>;>;>;>;>;>;>»;>;>' ST. STEPHENS EPISCOPAL CHURCH Sixth and Walnut Sis. Church School, 9:30 a.m. Morning Worship, 11:00 a.m. YARBRO METHODIST CHTTRCH Ray i.. McLesler. pastor 1st, 3rd, 5th Sundays. Preaching Services, 7:00 p.m. Sunday School, 10 a.m. Second and 4th Sundayi Preaching Services, 11 a.m. Young people, 6:30 p.m. COOL YOUR JHTIRE HOME » iHCRSOK-ELECTRItHOME This powerful, but quief, Emirson-Electric Home Cooler Fan, when turned on after sundown, forces out the accumulated Sh£gl£f_dgy ond drows in cool night air through open doors and windows. Creates refreshing oir circulation throughout all rooms, cools off the whole house, makes sleeping rooms more comfortable. Don't dread the hot, sultry nights this summer. Make every member of your family happy. Install on Emerson-Electric Home-Cooler Fan—and be comfortable! Ask for complete information today. ADAMS APPLIANCE CO. 206-08 Wesl Alain . \V. ADAMS. M*r. Phone 2071 Seersucker from $3.75 Washable Cords from $4.50 Rayons from $6.95 Sharkskins from $7.50 Your Future is in Your Hands! You alone can guide your destiny in the di- reclion you hope for. Don't (rust lo luck— It fails loo oflcn. 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