The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 9, 1948 · Page 3
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FRIDAY, .IUl,Y<U«MB BLYTHEVTLLK (AMU OOUKIaCR NEWS Laney Approves Holt's Road Plan Candidate's Highway Proposal Is Termed 'Best' Outlined Yet Court Dismisses Paterity Suits Against Folsom CUl.LMAN, Ala., July 9. (UP) — Circuit, Judge James H. Crow Jr., yesterday dismissed the paternity suit, lo declare Gov. James E. Folsom the father o( a divorcee's two- year-old child. The ruling apparently ended the inn r ROCK, Ark. July 9. — three-month old suits against the H Trf '' H€ " Ija "°y yesterday: governor. Last week the judge dls- nesc.rnx>d Jack Holt's highway pro- ] missed a companion suit that sought ».,h»,.f s i ' i, " bcst y cl " outlined by ; [ 0 establish the governor as the gube, nalorlal candidates common law husband of Mrs, Chris- Holt proposed In Fort Smith [i,, e Putman Johnston. 30. Mrs. Johnston and her son, James Wednesday night (o borrow 116.- OOO.COO irom the state's own surplus investment account for lilghwav construction. , Tile governor pointed out. however. that candidate Horace E. Douglas, had petitioned the court to drop both suits two months after they were filed. In dismissing the ctiildjs suit, Judge Crow ovm'nled objections of Lnney said that Holt's plan would , ™ m l will °" have these five acivantases over a Judge Crow said Hie child's snlt $28.000.000 commercial bond issue wils dismissed "without prejudice." proposed by candidate Sid McMath In "'* ruling he said, of Hot springs: thai when the child Is more ma- I The interest rate, to IK paid lure and Is able to rely upon his to the state, would be lower, own judgment ... he. may seek 2. H would not require an an- Him to have his own legitimacy ad- CHURCH NEWS «>::*'i «:>:>::? TABBKO METHODIST CHUStCH IU.T i,. MiLMler. paatur 1st, 3rd, 5th Sundays. Preaching Services. 7:00 p.m. Sunday School, 10 vro. Second and 4th Sund»y» Preaching Services, 11 a.m. Young People, 6:30 p.m. HAI-T MOON ASSEMBLY OF GOD Marlia kCAfaRj acBB| paauir Sunday School, 10 a.m. CharlM Springer, superintendent. Morning Worship, 11 a.m. Evening Worship, I p.m. V.'ednes£\jr prayer meeting, TSO p.m. CHURCH OF CHRIST C. W. 8UT*U. paawr Sunday School, 1:50 a.m. Worship Service 10:50 a.m. Bible Study, 6:46 p.m. Evening Service, I p.m. BS proposed by Mc- paynicnt commcr- bond "nn- pro- judicatcd." A decision "with prejudice" would have prevented any further suits being filed in the case. The paternity suits were filed March 2 liefnre the primaries held in Alabama May 4 ai.d June 1. in the elections Folsom was handed j his \vorse defeat since being elect- ' cil governor in 1946. I On May 5. while the suits were [icntling, he was man-led to Miss Jamells Moore, a state employe. So. Carolina Democrats So/ft Into 3 Delegations By Convention Choices nml election Molh. •1 The total interest would be less than on 3 ciiil issue. 4 The- interest would be paid back lo the taxpayers rather hlan to outside Interests. S. The money obtained would serve the same pur]x>.sc a is.-up. The governor dismissed as workable" James MacKrcll's posal to poo! equipment and labor of comities and the State Hiahvvay Department. ' Hotb Only Approaches "The trouble wilh both proposals ^\(Hok' s an<l Thompson's i." Laney "declared, "is that ill a period of two to four years you have nol solved the state's highway problem. You have made only a temporary approach to it. which has increased the public debt rather than decreased il." "As far a<; I am concerned, I personally Ihlnk that the only effective way is to work out a long-lime plan and stick with it mull you plish the goal." Laney declared. "You cannot solve this highway problem wilh a few million dollars. You get back to ihe point that additional revenue is the only remedy.' egales lo cast 20 voles, and it Is better lo face il no\v when incomes are high, than to wait fpr a lull in revenues." Laney pointed out that none of the candidates had mentioned the constant deterioration of highways which he estimated at between S6,- 000,000 and 50,000,000 a year. IMMANDEL BAPTIST CHURCB F.rk-a C. Hrcailier, paalor Sunday School, la vm Uornlnc Worship, II am Training Union, 1 p.m. Evening Service, 1: W p.m. Wednesday night prayer «r:vice 7 p.m Children's church, »:»0 p.m. StrttcM, 1:3* P. cmmci or ooo B. E. Sha., pMUr Bundiy School, »:M a.m. Uornint Worship u »,m. Young People. 1:00 pm. Evenlnj Worship, g;0o p.m, FULL GOKPEL T AUK \ACLC Vent B««HB, p>«Ur Sunday School, »:45 a.m. Morning Worship, 11 am Young PeopU, «:4i p«,. Ei'rnlng Worship, 7'X> p.m GATEWAY TABEKNACtE L. O. B*rak, futtr Church Service, <:4i am Kvening Worship. 1:30 p m. Church iiervlct, Wedntsdij »nd Prlday. 7:30 p.m. Wteadajr Mau*«, 1:00 p.m. FIKST METHODIST CHURCH Allen D. St«w»H, pailw Church School, 9;<s am. Worship Strvkej, 10:40 a m Junior and Intermediate rtilow- »hlp, «:Jo pm. Senior and Young People MYP :45 p.m Worship Services. «:00 pm After Cl»ui-ch Fellowship, s:oo ChORCK 0« IH NAZAHFN* Oanl«l S'j[f,.fd, yaator Sunday School, 9:45 ».m Morning Worship 11 a.w Yoxmg People's MraMng 7:15 pj». Evening worship, 1:44 p.m, NUMBER NINfc CHURCH • H*»ar« K. KUf, Runday School. 1:4} . Morning Worship, II a.m. Training Union. 1 o,m evening Worship, I p.m ASSF.MBl.Y OF COD <:"DRCH L. C. Ramsey, Pastor Sunday School, a:45 a.m Morning Worshi[). 11 a.m. Evening Service « p.m Prajer Meeting, Wed 7 p.m Christ Ambassador Su'vice* 6:30 ,,.01. LILLY STREET BAPTIST Morning Worship. 10:5S a.m. Training Union «:« a.m. Evening Worship 7:M D» Atkint Woman Kills Self RUSSELI.VILLE, Ark.. July ». — (UP>—The death of Mrs. Dow Kendricks of Atkins was pronounced a COLUMBIA, S C Jnlv S (OP) I sllicirtc b S' Coroner W. O. Youris -The Philadelphia 'housing' prob-i J ' estcrday '. " flcr n ' e 1 »-y«i'"°lc 1cm, If not the seating headaches' wo '» iin '* D ° d y * as fm '" d in a * e " of the Democratic National ,-.„„_ i on the back porch of her apartment FLAT LARK MFTHODIHT CHURCH Ka.T L. Mcl.rster pi it or Every Sunday , PrrachlnR Service 8:30 am. Sunday School 10'M s.m YounR People. «-JO p.m GOSNEU, BAPTIST CHURCH Carl Castlrman. paatar Sunday School. 10:00 a.m. Morning worship, ]i:00 a.m. Training Onion, 1:30 p.m. Evening Worship. 8:00 p.m. Thursday. 7:30 p.m.. Prajer Service. vcntion. will be made worse this house home. Mrs. Ileiuhick had been \ weekend b'v"three separate deleua' ! rals -' ie<l from hcr room °" Tuesday, lions from" South Carolina : Dr ' Youn 8 sald s he "»d been In ill ... The regulars favor Gov. J. Strom accom- j Thurmond on the. first ballot. Gen. D. Eisenhower if a "real" , health. Dwyrht L). Eisenhower if a "real" j In Old England coal was blleved draft develops, or anyone except I to till the air with poisonous gases. President Truman or another civil ! says the World Book Encyclopedia, nghls advocate. They have 40 del- i In 1306, the English monarch 1s- '• i sued a proclamation declaring any- Ilie "Progressives." a Negro or- ! one who burned coal would be put Bamration with 20 delegates Is I to death, nledeed to support Mr. Truman for WOODLAND COKN'ER B Art 1ST i CHURCH Arnuld CUyton, pastor 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, 1:0t p.m. the nomination. Chairman John H ~ McCray will be satisfied If only a j cause of the anti-Truman pledge, good percentage of his group is I H was indicated that the Fletcher ' Vh. ii,i^ „ . . . ! delegation might be willing to corn- Letter Goes Astray Promotes a Romance PATEDSON. N. J. (UPl—In 1944. when Pvt, Louis Carola received a letter addressed to Pvt.. Louis Carola. little'did he dre.-.m that four years later he. would marry the sender and be the brother-in-law . of the addressee. The letter was written by Sofia Carola of Paterson lo hcr brother, l^ouis. shortly after he was injured in the Battle of the Bulge. By mistake it was received by Louis Carola of Philadelphia. The wrong Carola re-scaled the letter, inserted a note of apology, and mailed it back to Sofia. A correspondence began. They have just been married. The third i;roup of 20. headed by promise and. like Dr. L. A. Fletcher. Is Kolnq along (o be sure that South Carolina has somebody In its seals in Convention Hull. There is a chance that the Progressives, have part of its members seated and others rejected. "We won't offer the compromise," Its leader said. "It's up to the ,. -.—.^ ,„ rt t,,i, U ic<: tnat its leaaer said, us in __lhej-egulars may not be seated bc-Credcntials Committee." ARMORKI. BAPTIST CHURCH Homer Adklns, pastor Sunday School, 10:00 a.m. Preaching. 11:00 a.m. Training Onion, 7:00 p.m. Evening Worship, 8:00 p.m. Wednesday. Prayer Meeting, 1:3 p.m. , CHURCH OF THE IMMACULATE CONCEPTION Rev. B. FrancU Mcl>CTttt, pastor Sunday Masses, 1:30 and 10:0( a. m. /P4RTU/ FOLDING CAMERA 8 TAX INCLUDED $1 down LUSIOM-IUllT CA««riNO CASE JJ.OC One of the besl cornera vaiuei we've ofiered in yean. A beautiful • inexpensive folding camera thai gives you reol picture pedormonce . . sparkling, professional tooting inapsfiols. Compacl, opens and closes with ease. Takes 8 pictures Ml size 1 V, T. 2V) on standard 127 film. Snapshot or lime exposure. Attractive black bakelite case. Be suce and see it today. Open An Account D H EIF U S Mral fli-Kitns . . . Wrar lliamnnils SELECT and PROTECT your FUTURE ... by setting aside o portion of your income regularly and depositing it in a savings account here. This is the easy, sure way of making your life what you'll want it to be. The First National Bank The Only National Bank in Mississippi County Sunday Sc'liool, 9:46 a.m. Morning Worship, 11:00 « in. Youii( Peoples Meellng, f5:»j p m . PAGE THREB Wednesday choir iUhearul, 7:W ! .m. Blblt Study, «:ao p.m. rROMI.SCD LAND MKlKOniST CHURCH Rar I. MtlfHt,, pul*r Jst. 3rd. Mh Stmdayi. Preaching Services, 11:00 » in Sunday School every Sunday, 10-00 .m. Second ,nij Fourth Sundays. Preaching Services, 7:00 p.m. CHRISTIAN CHURCH Rev. iMtn It. Slrubhai, pa&tur Sunday School. 9:*5 a.m. Morning Worship, Sermon — "The Price of Porglvene.vs", Anthem by the Junior Choir. Monday, monthly nieetlni of the official board, 7:00 Pin. Wednesday Choir Rehearsal, T.M p.m. Thursday, Malt Chotus Practice, 7:3o P m. TIIMI'L*. 1SRAKI, Dr. AKrrd Vl.se, rabbi S.ibbsth Services, Filday nlnlil, t o'cltKk, and memorial services for Mori 1.5 Applebaum, Social Hour alter services. 7:10 p.m. r»8T TKNTKCOKTAL CHUKCB Morning Service, 11:00 am. Evening Service, 7:30 p.m. FIRST MKTHODIST CHURCH Herai-helle i'ouchman, p«ai«r Sunday School, 9:<5 ., m . Morning Service, 11:00 a til. Melliodlst Youth Fellowship 6:15 pin. Evening Scrvlet, 7:30 ujn. p in. FEHUE1 A M »«« frmMMkr maU functional DOM Uili .. Compound lo nUnt «K tomil in a newt m«Ueal pro»«d ranarkablr h*li>f ill en troutUd thu nrTjuvi I.AKK STREKT METHODIST CHURCH Iheron McKlsion, pallor Sunday School, 9:45 a.m. Preaching Service, 10:55 «m W.SC.S, Monday, 2:30 pm Wednesday Mid-Week Services. :30 p.m. Osceola Churches rmsT CHRISTIAN CHURCH I., R. Still Jr., pastor Morning Worship, 10:50 a in. Evening Service, 7:00 p.m. Midweek Service, 1:30 p.m. CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH ISIh and Chlraiuxba P H. Jtrnlfan, paitor Sunday School, 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship, 11:00 a.m. Intermediates O. A.'s, 5:30 |>m. B. T. U., 7:00 p.m. Evening Worship. 8:00 p.m. Wednesday Choir Uclicnml ninl ifflcers «nd leachcrs meeting >l he same hour. 7:06 p.m. Wednesday Prayer Meellng, 8:00 p.m. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH I'- C. Brown, pastor Sunday School. 9:tS a.m. Morning Worship Service, 10:55 a.m Training Union, 7:00 p.m. Evening Worship Services. 8:00 p.m Wednesday Sunday School Cabinet Meeting, 6:45 p.m. Officers and Teachers Meetiiv, 7:00 p.m. Prajer Service, 7:45 p.m. Wednesday Choir Rehearsal. 8:3) p.m. ST. MATTHEW'S CHURCH t'ranrli B. McDeTltl, paktur Mass, 8:00 i.m. FRKSBYTKHIAly CHUKCHJ Ij. T. Lawrence, pastor | Sunday School. 1):4S a.m. I Morning Worship, 11 ii.m. I Youni; People, 6:00 p in. I Wednesday evening service, 7:3U pm i CAI.VAKY El'ISCOI'Al. OIUKCIt \V. J, t'ililiuKh, l>fiu:on In Clmrg.! j Sc\'i'nlh Sunday Aft*]' 'lYmlly ; Evening I'rnyor. 1:30 p.m. FIRST BAPTIST CKUItC'll Kuwetl J. C'luhb, Pislut Sunday School, tf:45 a.m. Morning Worshl)., 11:00 a.m. B. T. Union. 6:30 p.m. Evening Service, 7:30 p.m. Midweek Service, 7:30 p.m. CIIUKCH OF CHRIST O. C. Thompson, pastor Morning Worship, 10:45 a.m. Evening Service, 1:30 p.m. Sunday School, 0:45 u. m Bible Study, Tuesday and Friday CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SKRV1CKS | Woman't Clubhouse, MIS W. Main | "Sacrament," l s the subject ol the i Le.sson-Sermon which will lie read i in all Cbmche.i and Societies of tli» Church o! Christ, Scientist, on Sim- day. ! Wedneidaj Evening Service, (1:00 p.m. ' ST. STEPHEN'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH W. J. Fitihujfh, Deacon In Charie Seventh Sunday alter Trinity Church school, 9:30 a.m. Mornlns Prayer, 11:00 a.m. FIKST PRESBYTERIAN, CHURCH Rer. H»rrcT T. Kldd, paitor ATLACIDE Kills Johnson Grass E. C. 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