The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 2, 1949 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, December 2, 1949
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BLYTHBVlbUS (AKK ) CUUKiKK NEWS State's Printing Proposal Foiled Officials Disagree Over Purchase of , Press for Educators LITTLE ROCK. Dee. 1. M'*—A law suit may be necessary tn determine whether a slate agency can do its own printing. Arkansas Education Commissioner A. B. Bonds. Jr.. believes lie. can lawfully use a printiim press for hi; department. Dr. T. T. Ross, director of (he Arkansas Health Department shares that opinion. As a result. Bonds has ordered a ,82,000 off-set press. Dr. Ross said ftthat half of the cost would he borne iJ^Y his deparunent. ^However, payment for the press, (which already has been delivered is bcine held up. stain Comptroller .Leo Rdy lirnsley has refused to an;prove vouchers for payment, i Beasley said he believes it un- 'Conslilutlonal for any slate agency ' lo no its own printing. lie said he '. would not approve a voucher until 'the matter is settled in court. nea.sley said that attorney gen- jprnls in the past have ruled that •'use of priming presses by stale agency violates a section of the Arkansas Constitution which requires printini; jobs be awarded by contract to Ihe lowest bidder. Bouci.s sain he kuexv of this constitutional provision but believe;: the use of an off-set press did not violate the section. Division Commander Named by Governor LITTLE ROCK, Dec. 2—W— Brig, Gen John JJ. Webb of Paris. Ark,, today became commander of artillery of Ihc Arhansas-Ijouisiana National Guard's 39th Division. Webb, formerly a colonel and administrative assistant of the Arkansas guard, was sworn in ;»s a brigadier ficnernl and named to the new post by Governor Mc- Matli Wednesday He succeeds Brig. Gen. Elgnn C, Robertson, Marianna, who retired after 4-1 years service. MliS'l IIAI'TISI ;i C Hrown pastor The commissioner said he - had | Sunday School, 9:10 CHURCH NEWS Blytheville FIRST CIIUIICII Of THE Kuyal (; Si-hull/, IMslor Sunday Seliool <J:'!5 a.m Sermon by Pastor 11:00 a.rn Nazarene 'I'raining Union 6:3 p.m Sermon by Pastoi 7:30 p.m Wednesday Niahl I'niyei Meet ing 7:30 p.m \V f M S Wednesday Alternoon 2 p.m Sunday tichool VLSJtation Friday 7:00 p.m. ' ASSEMBLY OF GOI) Rev. K. C. Siinms, 1'astur Sunday School 0:45 Morning Worship 11:00 a.m. Women's Missionary Council 6:30 m. Men's Cooperative Council 6:30 j.m. Christ's Ambassadors :30 p.m. Junior ClirLst Ambassadors C:3l) p.m. ' IvvaDiH'hsiic Service T. 30 p.m Tuc.-duy 1:30 p.m. 1'iayer Meet "8 Thursday 7:30 p.m. Bible Study Rural Churches YAttmtO .METHODIST CIIUIICII LcKu> llenry. Minister Church School every Sunday 10 a.m. Church Worship Services; 2nd and fourth Sundays 11 a.m. first and third Sunday 7 p.m. I'SCS first and third Sundays. I'iKS'i PKi:shvn:itiAN Harvey T. Kldd. minister 9:-la Sunday School 11 a.m. "Religion And Hell" 7 LANll MiniiODIST CIIUIICII I.i'Ru> Hrnry, minister Church School every Sunday 10 am. Church Worship' Services — first and third Sundays 11:00 a.m Second ard fuui'di Sundays 6:30 p.m M. Y. P. mcliilRS second and 7:30 pm. "Thi! Woitrtly Chmrh." ,,„,,,,, sundny.= 5:30 pin. Wednesday 7:30 Choir practice. WSCS .second and fourth Tluiik- becn informed by Attorney General Ike Murray lie must remove the machine or file suit demanding pay- i nieut. C. Lee Phcnix. Lilllc Rock, agent of the Multigraph Sales Company, said he did not know what action would be taken. 1:30 Road Builders Find Outlook Rather Gloomy •G. LITTLE ROCK, Dec. 2. f/l'; ^Southeastern rout! builders wcri tofd yesterday that SGO.000,000.000 Is needed to brlnp the nation's roads and streets standard efficiency. The information came from L. S. TutlJc. assistant to the commissioner of the U.S. Bureau of Public Roads. He was a speaker at the eighth annual convention of the Southeastern. Association of State Highway Officials, He said that annual expenditure for highways should be increased to $4,000.000,000 for the next years and that of the total, $ should go for capital im-| nrovements. ! At the present rate nf spending, Tuttle said he doubts that the nation's roads will be as goon" 15 years from now a.s they are today. About 200 representatives from Alabama, Arkansas, Ftorida, Gcorg- . la. Kentucky. Louisiana, Mississippi, , North Carolina, South Carolina. Tennessee, West Virginia, Virginia and Texas are attending the meeting. Association President A. E. John^n. Arkansas Highway Department ^•gineer, In opening, the session, i said it Is the opinion of every mem- 1 ber state that the federal government must increase highway aid matching funds to 75 per cent. The government now matches half the cost. Rep. WhlWngton (D-Miss) told the delegates that a major problem confronting sponsors of highway legislation is "the opposition of petroleum Interests to a rcnson- t able increase in gasoline taxes." Sunday tiuUoui *J:ln u.m Morning Worship Service, Training Union, G'30 pjn. Kvening Worship Services, 0,111 Wednesday Sunday Scnool Cabinet Meeting 6:-lb p.m Prayei Service 7-^5 pm Office:^ and Teachers meeting 1:00 p.m CALVAUY IIAI'TIS'I IGlli anil ChirkttsiiwlKi 1'. H. Jcrmgiin pastor Sunday Schou! 9:4J> u.m Morning Worship 11:UO a.m Intermediate G A 's 5:30 p.m B. I U. 7:00 p.m Wednesday chou rontnrsni and Evculnp Worship 8:00 p.m officers and teachers meeting at the same hour, T:UQ p.m Wednesday Prayei Meeting 8:0t) Friday. Men's Brotherhood rius'i Mtrrriomsi Roy i. Hag ley, pits tor Church iichuui 9'4ii ajn Morning Worship II a.m. Youth Choit Rehearsal 5:45 pjn 0:30 p.m Junioi Fellowship; In icrmediate M Y P.: Senior-Young ^copies M.Y.F Evening Service, T:30 p.m. | After church fellowship 8:30 p_m [ Wednesday choii rehearsal. 1:30 m Bible Study 8:30 p.m I.AKI- STRKK'T MKTUOIHS' Ltnza Harrison, paslnr Sunduy School 9"45 a.m Preaching Service 10:55 a.m VVSC.S Monday 2:30 p-rn Wednesday. Mid-Week Sen :30 p.m t'HI.'IK'H Of CIIK1ST" II. I'. Sharp, livaiiselibl Miin at i;l Highway Sund.iy Sermon 8i45 a.m. "What Aro Yon Worth." Communion. Bible Stuoy 9:45 a.m. Suiuiay Sermon 10:15 a. m. "What Arc You Worth." Communion. Sunday Evening Classes 5:-lS. Sunday niMu sermon, "OperR- tioii of Holy Spiiit." Monday ni^hc 7:30 pm -Men's Wednesday 9:00 a.m. Ladies Bible Class. Wednesday niylit Prayer Meel- g 7:3U p.m. •li:MI'l.i: ISItAlvl, Dr. Alfred Vise, rabbi Sunday morning 10 a.m Sunday School and Assembly for all groups Sunday 1:31) p.m. -Sermon. Tucsd:iv 8 pm. meeting of Lodge and Temple Sisterhood. \VI:ST r],ynj[:viu,M PARISH MKT1IOIJ1ST \Y- H. Vuiint. I'aslor \Vc.slfy ,1I< (liuii'li Church School, 10:00 run., Stipt Flf)vd Davis. Worsliip Service 11:00 n.m. Worship Scmcc 7 I'.ni. cmtiSTiAx scn:.\(-i: SOCIUTY l::il \\\ Miiin St. Suiuhiy School 9:^0 a.m. Sunday Service 11:00 n m. Reacting Room Wednesday 2:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. "God the Only Cause and Crcii- " is the .subject of the l.e.ssoii- Kr-i'inon \vliich \\ill be read in nil Churches it n d Societies o f the Church o f Christ, Scientist-, o n Sunday Dec. 4, 1949. Hollywood Continued from f'ape 4 marie 17 great pictures and they're all timeless . . . Everyone i.s pleased that Joanne Dm ami John Ireland art; so happily mnrrieii. but no one is happier than Dick Haymcs. He'll save S50.DOO a year in alimony he u - as paying Joanne. : UI Is coming up with another ; war tilm. "Enemy imerroRation." • Hollywrind .still hasn't producer! a "What Prcie Glory" of World War ,11 but M-O-M's "BattlegroiiiHl" :^-mes pretty close. Of the estimated 20,000.000 r.itiin receivers outride the home, ilgu indicate a large part are installer! tn automobiles. Television receivers wi ! h metal cabinets have appeared on the inar- ' ket. HALF MOON ( Cltuivli School 10:00 a.m Supt :arl nakw Woi'i-liip Servire 11:00 am. Worsliip SciTicc 7:00 pm n: riiuiKTi 01- oo 1C i;. Sini^v pastor . Sunday Schrwl, 9:4ri a.m Mtirning worship 13 a m Ynun° Peoiile 7:00 Evening Worship B 00 n,m IMMAXUKL ISAl'TIS'I A. M. Ilouslnn, p:i r l or Sumiay School, 10 a.m Moining Worship. 11 a m_ JVHiiLing Union T p.m Evening Service, 7:30 p.m Wednesday night prayer service 1 p.m COSNKI.l. BAPTIST Carl Cattleman, pastor Sunday School. 10:00 a.m Murhing Worship. 11:00 ajn lYntnmg Union, 7:30 p.m Evening Worship 8:00 pjn I'hursdaj. 7:30 p.m. Prayei S«r vice. Worship, 7:30 pm ALK MOON ASSIIMHI.V Ol' GOII Kcv Murtln Kra^im pasttir Church Service Wcdneiday and tlday. 7:30 p.m undiiy School 10:00 am Morning Worship. 11:00 a.m C. A Service 7:00 p.m Evening Worship. 8:()0 p.m. Wednesday prayer service 7:3C tVOUDIul.MI) COKNKH KAl'TIS'l Sunday Hchool. 10:00 a.m Worship Sorvicc. 11:00 B. 1 U. 7:00 Din Evening Worship 8:00 PJII Wednesday Prayei somco 7:00 IIUKFMAN C1IUUCI1 Oh <1O1> Juines \Vvnes pastor Sunday School 9:45 ajn Mornuig Worship 11:00 n.m Evening Service, 7:30 p.m Y.P.B. Saturday 7:30 pan IIUI'l-'iMAN UAI'TIS'I David Mct'i'akc (nkslur 10:00 a.m. Sunday S<:l)ool 11:00 a.m. Morning Service 8 p.m. EvemiiR Service 7:30 p.m. B.T.U. reeling Friday. 7 p.m. choli practice nlv prayer meeUnn HOUND LAKE CIIUIICII <>'• CHKIS'l Thmiiiu U Conner, Minister Sunday School 10 n.m Worship Service 11 u.m Wednesday Nitillt Bible Stud 7:30 n.m V.M1MIIO MISSION'AKV IIAITIS'I Hei', Piirltcr Hay, ii]inislcr Siuui;i.v School 10 n.m I'leailiin}; servile 11 u.m I1T.U C:30 p.m I'uMiliins 7 30 ]i.m. I'raycr Meeting Fiirtaj niglit CI.KAK I.AKI HAI'TIS't J. li Cox pasliu Sunday School ^:45 uoii Worship Service 11:00 a.m I'm' 'Ing Union, 6:30 pm Worship ScTvti'e. 7'3I) p.m Mld-Wcck Hei-vlce. 7:30 pan Wed- ne.stlay Luxora Churches J C. Dii-kinson. nabtor 10:OU a.m Huiiil»> Sitiuol U'UO n in v\'oi-$h1p Service 6:00 p.m C'. A Scrvlci 7:3U p ni .Salurrtay Sen-Ice. 7:30 pin Wednesday I'lnycr sei .'ICC rnyncn OF CHRIST ()sr;u L. fl.iv.s Minister nihie suidy 11) a.m. IVeachlne, II a.m., T30 o! Eirst and third Sundays PHIS'] HAlTIS'i A n inn piistui UI'.OIJ n.n] Snr^dny Rc'hnnl ll:(!(t atn Worslnp Scj-vlce.i 0:(ll) tun U 1 U 7 or nn Worship service ?un;nin ,v<Mlne.s<my I'rayej Ket V't 0 ol'XOUA MK'I IKltllST II. J* llo^lson, iiaJilur Church School, 10 n.n> Mornlug Worship, 11 a.m. Methodist Vriutli Fcllowshli rmips. 0 Eveline Worship Service. 1 pjn Osceola 'Churches I'IKS'I CIIK1STIAN 1.. li .Slill Jr. pastor Mnrnlir Worship 10:6i a.m. Kvcnlng Scr"1rc.= 7:00 p.m. Midweek Service 7:30 p.m. KIltST rUDSIlV'l i:H!AN t*. r. f.aivrcnce, uastnr Sunday Schuol, 0:4& ^m Morning Worship 11 a.m Younp People 5:UO p.m Wednesday evening service, 7:31 I'lllS'l H.ll'TISl Unssi'll J. ('lul)b, [rjsfor .Sunday School, U'4.S a.m Morning Worship 11 00 R.m B I Union 6:30 p.m Evening St rpire 1:30 pm. Midweek Service. 7:30 p.m. f>:3 FIRST PtNTKCUSTAl, Renl, pajior Evening Service, 7:30 pjn. FIKS'l MUTilODlS'i ]). J, Couchman, pastor Sunday School, 0:45 a.m. Worship service. I 1 a.m.. Methodlsr Vouth l-ellim-snlp 6-15 Worship service, 1 p m. Wcdnrstlay-Youth Ohoii practice, pm. Senior choir. f:30 p.m CAl.VAItV KI'ISCOI'AI, C111JI1CH Williain J. lluliiigli, vicar Sccotjtl Siiudiiy in Advent. 8:00 a.m. Holy Communion. 0:15 a.m. Church School. 7:00 p.m. Evening prayer and Monday - Woman's Auxiliary nri'linjj at ->:M p.m. Kcid.iy - Exuuulive Commlltce HI-CHUB at 1:'M p.m. CIKI'.tCH Ol' CltUiS'l Morning Worsnlp ; 10;4& lOvenlnp Service 7:30 p.m S indny School 9:15 i.m. nible Study IMesdav ind Frlda% ST. .MATTHEWS llpv 11. 1 rani'ls Mr-rit-vlll nastur 1st lid and 5th Sun^'nys M:.,.vs. O'nn a.m QUICK Speedy, efleetlve /«!icf fiom icughi. i'\9 o dociof'* prewiplioft. SaHi- lacriort 01 yogi money back. WAIT'S GREEN MOUNTAIN COUGH SYRUP FULL GOMPKl TAH'-'FINACLE I.ill.r and Vine K. T. Keller. I'astor 3:'I5 Sunday School Fay Austin iuperintendcnt 11:01) iSf.rnlng Worship 6:45 P.V.P.A meets with Mrs Ollie Goodsc i chaj-^e 7:4S E\'angellsUc Scrrice with choir Mid Orchestra participating Tucsrtay and Fri-ia> nighUs services a 1 ' ;5. "nesday night Is roimg People's Night CTIUHCi: Of THE ISniACdLATIi CONriil'TION Rev. B. Francis McDcvltt. paslor Sunday Masses. 7:30 and 10:OCi a.m. FIKFT LUTHERAN 517 W Walnut Rev. n. Miesslpr pastor 10 a.m.. Sunday School ana Bible Class 11 n.m Divine Worship, FlltSI IIAPTIS1 CI1APKI ^IISS1O\ Hcv. David Smith Sunday School 9:40 Worship Service !0:55 a.m. Trahiin.c Union 6:30 p. m. Evening Worship 7:30 p.m. ruuitrii or CHRIST Jennie Smith Minister AIR BASE Two Blocks North ol Cliape) 10 a.m. Sunday School 11 am Worship Service 6:45 p.m Bible Study 7:30 p.m Evening Worship Service Wednesday Evening Bible Study 7:30 p.m FlliST CHRISTIAN CHURCH Lester Slruiihar, iiiUijster 9:30 a.m. Choir practice fl:45 Sunday School. 10:45 a.m. "Fear Not, Advised the Anecls". 6:15 Chi Rho Junior and Senior C Y.P 0:30 am. Chi Rho Junior and Senior C.Y.F. Lesson. 7:31) p.m. Will honor women's Day. Women will hsve charge of service Mrs. Joe P. Pride, Jr.. will give book review. Monday 2:30 p.m. study group of women's circle meets with Mrs. A. R. Wetenkjimp with Mrs. W. B. Graham co-hostess. Monday. Officers Board Meeting. 6:45 Junior Choir. •7L30 Boy Scouts. Wednesday 6:45 p.m. Senior Choir. ST STKI'llKN'S KVISCCH'AI, CIIUIICII William I 1 '. ,1- Fil/.lmKli, vicar Second Sunday in Advent. 9:30 a.m. Church School. 11:00 a.m. Holy Communion and Sermon. Monday Woman's Auxiliary meeting at S p m. Tuesday Executive Committee Meeting at 7:31) p.m. Thursday Intercessory Prayer Group. AIJ.MOUEI. HAPTIS'I \\'. O Auten, pastor Sunday School 10:00 a.m. Hrcacliln!; 11 '00 a.m Framing Union. 7:00 p.m Evening Worship B:(X) pm Wednesday Prayer Meeting '?:3U GOSNKI.l. METHDOIST Anderson, miiiisler Church School 10 a.m. Worship Service 11 am. M Y F Groups G p.m Evening Service 7 p.m. Mid-Week Service Thursday p m. rooni5 NEW LlllKKTY BAPT1S1 Ki\e nines Soulh lllehwa) 61 Hussell Uuffri. pastor Suntlav ScHool 10:00 ajn Morninp Worship 11:1* ajn lYainmg Union. T p.m Evening Worship Service I' p.m. NUMKEK NINE BAPTIST Gclic Sliult-/., iiaslor Sunday School 9:45 a.m Murnins Worship 11 W a.m Sunaay 2:15 p.m Mission Arm Svmday Schml and church at V bro School auditoriuin Training Union. 7:00 p.m Evpniiii." Worship 8pm GATEi\VAV I'AIIKKNACLE 1* G Koran, paslitr Chnrch Scn'ice, B.« a.m I'l-i.-Sat. • Open (5:30 The Years Top Aclinn Color Oouhle Hit Show Two All Time Color Hits on Same I'rogrnm CANYON WAN DOWtVT 1U1AM H Also (,'nlnr C'nrlnnn BLYTHEVILLE'S ONLY All WHITE THEATRE. Fri.-Sut. • 2 Big Hits • Open 6:30 W1TNI lo ,| COiCC COiCCM 1 -m«»Ai[ L'PAINTXD DESERT" Sunday and Monday WAS SE7*TOS A TEACHING CAREER UNTIl SHE SAV/ KATHARINE CORNEL1 ON THE CHICAGO STAGE. THEN NOTHING BUT STUDYING M THE AMERICAN ACADEMY OF DRAMATIC ART IN NEW YORK WOU1D SATISFY HER. JUST IN TIME FOR CHRISTMAS THE IDEAL GIFT FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY CHOSE HIS OWN COSTUMES FOR "MADAME BOVARY" AFTER STUDYING THE CHAR. ACTER HE V/AS TO PORTRAY. THE CLOTHES HE SELECTED WERE OLD AND Ptt-FITTING. THE BOOTS DUSTY AND WORN, AND HE WENT WITHOUT A HAIRCUT. fMADAME BOVARY .,, BECAME ACTIVE IN THE *' FRENCH UND£RGROUND,HEIPING TO PRINT AND DISTRIBUTE A MIMEOGRAPHED NEWSPAPER WHEN WORID WAR II PUT AN END TO HIS SCREEN CAREER IN FRANCE OBTAINED A MASTER'S DEGREE IN ARCHITECTURE AT CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY BUT HIS DEE? INTEREST IN THE THEATRE TRIUMPHED WHEN HE ANSWERED A MAGAZINE AD FOR A YOUNG ACTOR TO JOIN THE CASTOFATOURING MEIODPAMA. 626 Plus Added Attractions REGULAR 154.95 JACQUARD FRIEZE LIVING ROOM . . . SALE PRICED! On fcrmi, 10% Dov/n, flfi/unce A1onlh/y J 39 88 Mero's trio idea! gift lor tho \vholo family . ; . priced ex- Ira -low for tliis oycnl! long-wenrinrj Jacquard Mo hat r Frieze upholstery—deeply cushioned coil spring seats. 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