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BLYTHEVILLB (ARK.) COURIER NEW! SATURDAY, TEBRUARY 14, 194i Rockefeller Wed In Midnight Rites Pwblkixed Romance Enai with Marriage T* larbara Scan ' By BcVwi VemUllon IV»H»i rr«M SUff Correspondent) PAIM BEACH, Fla.. Feb. 14 (UP> —Wtothrop Rockefeller and the blond* beauty queen to whom he nv* en* of America's most famous namw btcan a Valentine's Day Honeymoon today after a midnight marriage that ouldld anything this glittering Winter social capital has •een in years. The ceremony uniting Rockefeller »nd the lovely former Mrs, Barbara Bears, daughter of Lithuanian Immigrant parents, began on the stroke of midnight. Fourteen minutes later the Rev. Winslow Drummond. pastor ol the First Presbyterian church at West Palm'Beach, pronounced them man »n4 wife. The couple left Immediately by automobile for a 10-day wed- dlnj trip. On their return they v.ill take ui> residence at 170 Park Avenue in New York and Rockefeller will go back to his Job with the Socony- Vacuum Co. The ceremony took place In the home of socialite Winston Guest, close friend of the couple. It wns preceded by a dazzling reception by preceded by a dazzling reception attended by 50 of the world's most desirable social names, lopped by the Duke and Duchess o( Windsor. Seaman in Converted Sub-chaser Spends Nearly Five Months at Sea BCTVA, Fiji Wand*,' F»b. 14. <OT) —Ronald I. oronnson, a u-jrear-oM »*man, made port thl« week In • converted submarine chaser after an almost unparalleled aaga of the sea In which he h»d been virtually •t the mercy of wind and wav|s In four and a half month ol drilling from t point near Honolulu to the Fiji lalandi. Johnson, apparently little the worse for his adventure, told Ills , story when he arrived In Suva still I aboard hl< englneless craft In tow of the freighter Fort Cadotte which lighted his drifting ship Wednesday. Johnson said Hint he had started his Journey last Oct. 9 when he left Honolulu aboard Submarine Chaaer 671 In tow of a second submarine chaser. His craft h«d no engines and he had planned to bi towed from Honolulu to Papette. But. the second day out of Honolulu the towing gear parted In heavy weather. Severn! unsuccessful efforts were made to string a new .tow with lighter cables. Finally the towing crew asked Johnson to abondon chaser 611 and come aboard their ship. Johnson said he declined the offer and refused to abandon his ship because It represented his life savings. The crew of the low- ng vessel managed to get some xtra provisions aboard 611 and ft Johnson to drift. Johnson said he asked them not o notify Honolulu of his plight or at least three days »s he dirt Third Arrest Made in Texas Woman'sDeath CLINTON, Avk., Feb. 14 <UP>- Bhcriff Doyce Casinger of Cllnto said he was planning to retnr Henry Petty from Montgomcr County to Van Buren County todn and would probably return Mr Jewell Robblns from Pulaskl Coun ty Monday. Mrs. Bobbins, the 69-year-o mother of Arkansas' "mall ord Romeo," has been charged wi first degree murder In connection with the New Year's Eve poison- death of her son's brlde-of-a-\vcck. Petty has been charged with being • n accessory-after-the-fact. The son, Lonnle A. Robbins, has also been charged with ftrsl degree murder In the death of 51-year- old Mrs. Sue Dudley Robbins, whom h» wooed and von by mall through a lonely hearts club. His trial was scheduled for Feb. fa, In Van Buren County. The 54- year-old widow died from strychnine poisoning at the home of Robbins' mother, near Clinton. She and Robbins hud been married Christmas Day at her home town, Abilene, Tex. not want to return to Hawaii b*> cause h» had no resources outside of his old subchaser and could not work In the Islands because he wks not >n American citizen. H< said he thought that the prevailing winds snd currents would curry his craft toward the Philip-, pines. Left alone In the Psclfle he rigged up a makeshift sail on 10-foot beams which he lashed to the deckhouse, It look him > month, he *aid to rig the sail which was IT to 12 feet. This, he satd, ensbled him to get sonic control over his sV-ip. Johnson stinted out wllh 1.200 B«llo|].s of water and had 100 left when he arrived here. He lived on canned milk. «om« miscellaneous canned goods, flour which quickly became weevllled and » cas« of apples. From lime to time he augmented Ills food supply by catching dolphins which lie said hi found poor eating. During Ms trip he trained him self to nwaXe every hour during tlv night to t»ke a look at his P°«l itlon. K« said lite only real worn I during the adventure was when hi ! craft sprung a leak. He was al most exlimsted Jrom pumping 011 the bilge before he managed t find the leak and Plug It. When he arrived here Johnso shaved off a huge black bean tiicklcd a breakfast of beefstea and eggs and said wllh great con fldence that he wouldn't mln tackling the trip again. Bumper Crop of Babies Brings New Worries for the Educators iritis/) Unions Asked to End >ay Demands LONDON, Feb. 14. UP) — Sir tafford Orlpp», Chancellor of the Exchequer, last nljht announced t*j» to r«4w» prices, called on r«d* unions to put off wacc In- rease demands, and wsrr.ed that h« government would resort to ompuLilon If necessary to curb In- Iat Ion. "Unlw w* now turclM democratic restraint," Orlppt told Commons, "tht sh«sr facts of the illation will demand compulsion, which oerlilnly this government I* inxlom to avoid." He said the government would Ighten and broaden ths existing prlc« eontroli. It hu salted the Fedsratlon of British Industries and other manufacturers snd distributive oreanliatlons to submit a voluntary plan within a month Tor cuts in profits and prices. Oripps warned that unless Britain could boost export* she would havs to reduc* Imports still further. or ooo Bumnrrnt CBVEUB a. K. Bh»w, Sunday School, S:4S ».m. Morning Worship, 11 ».». Youth Service, 1 pm. •vsnlni Service, I p.B- FULL GOSPEL TABKHNACU V«nt Bowlin. p*st«r Sunday School, 9:45 am Morning Worship, 11 »jn. Young Peoplt, «:4» p.m. Ev«nln« Worship, 7:10 pjn. OATZWAI TABEBNACU L. O. Borah, »Mt*r Church Service, 9:46 » rn Evening Worship, 1 :30 p.m. Church eervice, Wednesday Friday, T:W pjn. and HIST. CHURCH 01 TUB NAZAKENB Daniel S'ii'"rd, puter Morning Worship, 11 am. Young People's Me«tln«, 7'IS pjn Evening Worship • OJQ Sunday School, • :« »jn. Another Mtanest Man LITTLE ROCK, Ark.(UP)—Little Rock officers are looking for the "kind" fellow who offered to help a blind broom peddler get rid of Ills wares—and walked of with the he received from his tlrst six nates. By Dorothy Wllllims (Unite* Press Staff Correspondent) WASFJINGTON, !»eb. 14. (UP1 — American schoo's—like the old wo- ho lived In the shoe—have so many children they don't know what to do. What's more, experts o( the U. 8. Office of Education figure that things are going to get worse for the next six years or longer. Official announcement that 3.900,000 babies were born last year Is giving rar-stfihted educators new worries. This number considcrabb exceeds previous estimates lor 1947 And H tops by 500.000 the previous record birth of 3.400.000 In 1946. Dr. John W. SludebnkcT, U S Commissioner of Education, say this means the country's classroom will be bursting with -pupils In few years unless something Is don —and soon. He estimates that about 3,860,000 of last year's bumper baby cro will be going to school for the firs time In 1353. He figures the publl school system will need about 30 000 more first grade teachers an a ttkc number of additional class rooms to get these youngsters pro pcrly started on their three R's. But that Is only the bCRlmiing, a Studcbaker sees It. Pupils a saying In school longer, he poln President Plans Major Address Next Thursday WASHINGTON, Feb. N. (U.P.) —President Truman's address al the Jackson-Jefferson Day dinner here Thursday will be a major «ne L party officials said today. 25 ut. Tills means an overall Increase school population which will ontlmie for many years. At least »10.000.000.000 In school onslructlon and untold hundreds thousnnda of new tcnchers will e needed In the next 12 years to ct the schools In shape for the 960 pupil' load, according to his stlmales. Stutlebaker, however. Is paiticu- nrly concerned with the first grade utiook. I used to be a bricklayer." tne oimtry's No. 1 schoolmaster explains. "I discovered then that the ujierslructure isn't worth much without a strong foundation. It's he same in schooling." H is obvious, he explains, that he school system can do the moat 'or the most children In the earlier grades, provided It has the personnel mid equipment For this reason, Studebaker Is renewing his plea for qualified primary grade teachers to get the same consideration us teachers ol higher grades when It come* to pay. Stiidebnkcr also would like to see liellcr teachers get better pay nl along the line. He recalls that he once was forced "to lay bricks In Ihe summer so I could afford to teach In the winter." •»"*>>>"*"•"•"*"*:>"•'••••:>::«"•::«"•>"*"»"*"•> I CHURCH NEWS 1RST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH R«T. Harvey T. Kldd, pastor Sunday School, 9:49 a.m. Btrmon, "American Ideals", 11:00 .m. Junior Choir, 4:00 p.m. Motion Picture, 5:00 p.m. Pot Luck Supper and Bible study, Vtdnesday 1:00 p.m. FIRST LUTHERAN CHURCH R*T. Robert Ja*|«r, pastw Sunday School, 10:00 a.m. Morning Worship, 11:00 a.m. Fellowship Olub, T.30 p.m. Tuesday, Adult Bibl* Class, 7:45 i.m. Mid-Wwk Lcnton Btrvle*, W*d- nssday, 7:4) p.m. ST. ftTKPHKNS EPISCOPAL CHURCH Sixth * Walnut Btl. Cruhc School. »:30 s.m. Morning Worship, 11:00 a.m. Momtnt Evenlnf Service, 7:30 p.m. Bible Study, Tuesday and Friday, 1:30 p.m. FIRST PENTECOSTAL CHURCH Noraun Kent, pastor Sunday School, 8:45 a. m Morning Service, 11:00 s.m. Xvtnlnc S*rrtt», T:»0 pan. FIRST METHODIST CHURCH Hersehtll* Couchman, ps-tor Sunday School, »:45 a.m. Morning 'ervlce, 11:00 am. Methodist Youth Fellowship, •:» p.m. Evening Servlc*, 1:30 p.m. VARBRO METHODIST CHURCH Ray t,. McL*slcr. pastor 1st. 3rd, 5th Sundays. Preaching services, 1:00 p.m. Sunday School, 10 a.m. Second and 4th Sunday* Preaching Services, 11 a.m. Young People, 6:30 p.m. Mr. Truman will talk 20 or minutes, and his speech will be broadcast nationally. Among those who will sit at the speakers' table with Mr. Truman fer th« svent will be James A. illo Farley, former national Democratic of the trnde 5Cct i on of the Moscow chairman and former postmaster f«neral. Shoddy Goods Under Fire of Soviet Bosses By Walter CronVIl* (United Prcs.1 Staff Corrtstindentl MOSCOW, Feb. 14. (UP)—The top trade oflclal In Moscow warned producers today they would be prosecuted for crimes against the Soviet state if they continued to pas? of shaddy goods, poor sorvice and fslsa labels. The offlcal. N, Ttlchomlrov, head ALF MOON ASSEMBLY OF GOD Martin Keacan, acting pastor , Sunday School, 10 a.m. Oharlei prlnger, superintendent. Morning Worship, 11 a.m. Evening Worship, 8 p.m. Wedncsdxy prayer meeling, 7:30 .m. CHURCH OF CHRIST E. W. Storatl, pastor Sunday School, 9:50 a.m Worship Service. IQ:SO a.m. Bible SlUdy. «:45 p.m. Evening Service, 8 p.m. PROMISED IAN1> METHODIST CHURCH Ray L. McLester, pastor 1st, 3rd, 5tn Sundays. Preaching services, 11 a.m. Sunday School every Sunday, 1 s.m. Second and Fourth Sundays Preaching services 7:00 pm. NUMBER NINE BAPTIST CHURCH Howard H. Ktnf, paattr •unday School, B:4S *.m Morning Worship, 11 a.m. Training Union, 1 o.ra. evening Worship, I pm. LILLY STREET BAPTIST Sunday sclioci. H'.'M a.m. Morning Worjhip. 10:55 a.m. Training Union 6:45 a.m. Evening Worship 7:30 p.m. FLAT LAKK METHODIST CIlUBCll Kay L. .McLeslcr paitor Every Sunday Prcachtne Service 9:30 a.m. Sunday School, 10:30 a.m. Young People, 6:30 p.m. CHURCH OF T7- IMMACULATE CONCEPTION Rei. Francis B. McDcvilt, pastor Rev. Paul Hujarikl, assistant pastor. Sunday Masses 7:30 and 10:10 Weekday Masses, 7:JO pjn. FIRST CHIIISTIAN "HURCU Sunday SCHOOL 8:45 a.m. Morning W ' : -). 10:50 a.m. FIRST 'BAl'TIST CHURCH E. C. Brown, pastor Sunday School, 9:40 a.m. Morning Worship, 10:55 a.m. Training Union, 8:30 p.m. Evening Worship. 7:30 p.m. Sunday Stlwol Cabinet Meeting, :45 p.m. Officers' and Teachers' Meeling, p.m. V. ..nesd Prayc Service, .J CHRISTIAN' SCIENCE SERVICES Vornan's Cluli'iouse, 1418 W. Main "Spirit" Is the subject of the Lesson-Sermon which will be read n all Churches and Societies of ,he Church of Christ, Scientist, on TEMFLE ISRAEL Dr. Alfred Vise, rabbi Sunday School, 10:00 a.m. Friday night, 8 p.m., Sabbath Services with Sermon, "Parenis •nd Children". Social Hour »rt«r services.' Osceofa Churches Military Brass Hats Silenced by Forrester/ WASHINGTON, Peb. U. (UP)— Deferwe Secretary James V. For- Kitil today clamped strict cen- aorthip on all public utterances by civilian and military chiefs at the Army, Navy «nd Air FVirct on con- trtwertlal subjects. The order applies to the three civilian secretaries of the Army, Navy and Air Corps and their civilian aides and to the top mil- formed brata of the three services. The order amended » previous directive Issued last October to clamp A lid on bickering among the services over shares In the military budget. Forreatal said his previous decree failed to achieve an end to the City Soplets Executive Committee, said this practice wns permitted under wartime emergencies but It must stop now. Writing In the Moscow Bolshevik, Tikhomlrov blasted especially at producers who turn out poor rjuallt-y clothing from all kinds of material just so they can meet their quoins under the five-year plan. He also pointed an accusing finger at meal suppliers who stuff sausages Improperly and who put labels on packages unwarranted by the Interior contents. "One must recognize thnt oftei low quality goods reaches shoi shelves owing to the rotten libera llsm of some trading workers an< their lenience toward the supplier of flawed goods." lip said. I Hetailers, instead of repoituiK th I receipt of flawed soods, frequent! | accept Is "in order not to spoil re t latloiis with factory of unity In the armed forces." $750,000 Post Office Building Sought for Spa WASHINGTON. Feb. u. (UP>— Ben. J. William Fulbrlght. D.. Ark., yesterday Introduced a bill to authorize a $750,000 federal building "It Is necessary to draw up re orts immediately about all case ot tne supply of flawed goods an materials," he said. "They shovil be handed to prosecutors for draw ing the manufacturers' attention io their criminal responsibility under (he law, wlilch Pemiscot County Farmers Enter Soil Competition CARUTHERSVILLR Mo., Feb. I*. —pcmlscol County farmers are competing in the "Save—Enrich Our Soil" competition sponsored oy three Memphis, Tenn.. groups interested In sot] conservation, It was announced yesterday by Coimy Agent M. D. Amburgey. Entrants of this county are competing with entrants from Cape Girardeau ounty for state division priKj of 100 savings bonds, to be given In iree separata classe* of competl- lon. The contest Is split into three .ranches, the father-son contest, •liich is sponsored by The Friends f the Land; the tenant division, ponsured by the M«mnhi* Press- Scimitar; and the owner-operator llvlslon, sponsored by the Memphis Chamber of commerce. As only Pemiscot and Cape Gl- •ardeau counties have Soil Districts he.se were the only two certified as eligible for the competition. In the 'our-slat« competition, the entrants of these two counties will not be eligible for the grand prize of $500 savings bond, since only the two counties are entered. Contestants in the three divisions from this county are: Father-Son D i v i s I o n-^J. W. Shrader nnd J. Wesley Slirad»t, Rolte 1. llayci, operating a 531- acre lariu. Owner-Operator Division—Oscar D. Cottrel, Pascola, owner of an 80-acre farm. Tenant Division — R. B. Culver Jr.. Cflrutlicrsvllle who is fanning 70 acres cwncd by Mrs. Naomi Morgan. IMMANUVL BATT18T CHCTtCB A. H. HMiUa. past** * Jt Y " Trarn!n»'0iiioB, T pm Evening Service, 1:30 p.m. Wednesday night prayer -si-vice pjn. FIRST METHODIST CHURCH Allen D. Stewart, paitor Church School, 9i45 a.m Worship Service. 'O'nO a.m. Senior Youth Fellowship. »-30 p.m. Intermediate Toutt) Fellowship, 6:30 pjn. Worship Service. 7:30 pm. Choir practice, Wednesday FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH L. R, Still Jr., pastor Bible School, 9:45 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, McDeTllt, pastor Mass, 8:00 a.m. 7:30 FIRST PRESBVM;RIAN CHURCH L. T. Lawrence, pastor Sunday 'School, 9:46 a.m. Morning Worship, 11 a.m. Young People, 6:00 p.m. Wednesday evening service, p.m. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Russell J. Clubb, pastor Sunday School, 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship, 1UOO a.m. B. T. Union, 6:30 p.m. Evening Service, 7:30 p.m. Midweek Service, 7:30 p.m. CHURCH OF CHRIST O. C. Thompson, pastor Bible School, 9:45 a.m. Delinted Cotton Seed (Actual Size) Hear Evangelist C.R.NICHOL of Clifton, Texas CALVARI BAFTI3T CHURCH 16th and ChU-kjsawh» P. H. Jernican. pastor Sunday School, 9-in a.m. Morning Worship, 11 a.m. B. T 0.. 6:45 pjn. Evening Worship, • P-m Wednesday Prayer teetlng 1-.30 p.m. LAKK STREET METHODIST CHURCH B. H. Blertiu, phsMr Ohurcli School, 9:50 a.m. Morning Worship, 10:90 a.m. Methodist Youth Fellowship, t: p.m. Evening Worship. 7:30 p.m. Prajer Meeting, Wed. 7 p.m. ASSEMBLY OF COD CHURCH L. C. Ramsey, pastor Sunday School. 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship. 11 a.m. Christ Ambassador So'vict*. <j;3 ,,-m. Children's Church, 0:30 p.m. Evangelistic Services 1:30 p.m STATE CERTIFIED CHEMICALLY DELINTED COTTON SEED cost less to plant. These pure all seed are treated and fice from all seed borne diseases. Quicker germination, plant and plow the same week. Reduce chopping expense. Use any bean, corn or pea planter. STATE CERTIFIED VARIE TIES packed in attractive SO Ib. bags. Come In and book y:ur requirements today, we will hold until planting time. BLYTHEVILLE SOYBEAN CORP. Blylheville, Ark. Branches: I,eachville, Ark., Cardwcll. Hornersville & Senath.Mo. at The Church of Christ 1210 W. Main St. Blyihevillc Fab. 15-22 7:30 p.m. KLCN Doily, 12:15 The Public is Cordially Invited FARM (ff LOANS Horn* Offlc«, N«w»rk, N. 1. ION* n*M ntOHTT MOWN* l«w HATB CiU.. WUTB OK M« RAY WORTHINGTON 111 ft. TUH St., Blyth.rlllt, Ark. Strrlni Thta S-cMnn ZS Tean ytuMNM*«4 Martial* Lorn loJMMr t*r IHI rlUDENTlAL INSURANCE COMfAHT Ol AMERICA AUTO UPHOLSTERING 307 East Main Phone 519 We specialize In SEAT COVERS, HEAD LININGS, DOOR PANELS. FLOOR MATS and all interior trim of a car. Let us add real charm and beauty to your car with gay colored straws and fabrics. Add value to your car by letting us supply your auto upholstering needs. 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