The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 30, 1949 · Page 3
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, December 30, 1949
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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 30, 194!) Leaders in Democratic Party See Prosperity During 7950 And Support from the Voters By I). Harold Olivrr WASHINGTON. Dec. 30. (A!>)~The Democratic Party soon starts Its 18th successive year In the presidential driver's seat. Its top men show no worry about being stopped. President Truman and Vice Pre.s-# —: BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS - . u»i<in (u in vitc l i r,t— l idem Bnrklcy take the view that tlie j parly can go on winning provided It I t ifA conducts an unrelenting light for, I llC tne principles for which It stands. . They see tlie country continuing to • In prosper, ami know that prosperity is ' ' ' usually good for ins." ^Southern Democrats, long a road hi-v«k to program achievement hut tfTrmountablo at national election time, are raLshl" dimmer signals over iederal .spending, ".socialistic" tendencies, and civil rights. But even they do not see the party breaking up as some Republicans would have it. And evert .sonic Southern Democrats arc nrginnig to hit back at men like James p. Byrnes, one ol ujiermion with the first to warn the party against hospital agencies, a trend toward what he called f^ e ft p "stalism," or too much power in the government. Compromises, too, may be in the offing on some mtra- parly i.-*u(-s Ou tiie whole, Democratic loaders are confident about tlie party's Rpl future, but caution against resting fl|mj ' on past achievement.';. p.trti Tlie degree of success or failure ^'s^o of tire party's program in the corn- _ s ^ a | ing session of Congre.-s may well ( 0 _ sl be reflected, in .some measure al least, in the 1050 congressional elec- cannon. The British unit an~ar~ tiolls - l ' llpt 'y i-egimciil. was (villlnis to re- lleres tiie way William M. Boyle, t " nl 'he cannon provided the Gcr- Jr.. chairman of the Democratic malls Save them another in ex- National Committee, sizes up tire change. Tne Germans had no can- 1950 picture: non. Tlie city council is considering "The Democratic Party will face appealing jo the British line arts in 1950 a challenge of unusual ini- »»<! monuments branch in Ham- portance for a non-piesulentia! b'»'B- election year. /That is because tiie forces who thought tl'.cy were going to defeat Harry S. Trmnaii and elect a Republican Congress in 1918 have decided to make an all-out onslaught •' tile Pair Deal in the congressional elections next fail. To Be Checked LITTLE ROCK. Dec. 30—M')— Plans for Inspecting of Arkansas hospitals for fire hazards were ells cussed by field men of fire and casualty insurance companies here yesterday. The inspection program will be carried out by the Arkansas Inspection and Hating Bureau in co operation with slate health and who'll aciuallv make the inspections met for a "refresher couri-e." The prgoram is sponsored on t nationwide basis by the Nationa Board of Fire Underwriters. on lire inspections will be lire Arkansas Health Dethe Arkansas Hospital n and the state fire mar- insiiections are scheduler! le.xt month. CHURCH NEWS CIIUKCU OP THE IMMACULATE CONCKrTION Key. 11. Francis McDcvitt. pastor Sunday Masses, 7:30 anci 10:0(1 a.m. Blytheville FIRST CI1UKCI1 OF THE N'AKAKHNE Royal G. Schullz, I'aslor Sunday School 9:45 a.m. Sermon by pastor 11 a.m. Sermon by Pastoi 7:30 p.m. iNav-arene Training Union 6:30 p.m Wednesday Night Prayer Meeting 7:30 pjn. W F. M S Wednesday Afternoon 2 p.m Sunday school visitation Friday 7:00 p.m. PI it SI BAPTIST E. C. Brown paslor Sunday School, 9:40 ajn. Sunuay Scnool, 9:4t> ajn Morning Worship Service, 10 ajn Training Union, 6-30 pjn. Evening Worship Services, 7:30 pjn Wednesday Sunday Scnool Cabinet Meeting 6:4:) p.m Prayei Service. 7:45 p.m . Olfictrt and Teachers meeting 1:00 p.m IN THE PKOBATK COURT FOR THE rillCKASAWHA DISTRICT OF MISSISSIPPI COUNTV ARKANSAS NOTICE OF API-OINTMENT AS EXECUTRIX known address of the dece- IN THE MATTER OF THE jmi tn.-^.Liuji;s iitr.yu liui. ESTATE OF MRS TC^TK 'They will have one of tiie largest BUTT, DECEASE:!) non-presidential year campaign funds in history. They will have an elaborate publicity machine and they will seek to avoid their mistakes of 1948. ^ "They, will have nearly 100 per ce ,it: Blytheville, Avkansa cent backing from the newspapers. D , ltc £ dealh: December'24 1919 But they will not have a construe- An instrument date IN h tive program that will appeal to the 22 1949 was on th • '>at,h d- mc , n l~ cr American people. j cenrber, 1949 admitted to probate as 'If Che Democratic precinct work- tnr . Lluit wiM o{ ln abo ' ve ,, amc ^ ers can repeat the job of going di- decedent, and the undersigned I a , rect to he voter with the issues been duly appointed Lecutrix which affect him and ins family, as thereof. A contest of the Will can they did in 1918, I'm confident that be effected only bv fill,,,, a ni-niin. the Democratic majorities in the within the time required" >n law Congress wili be strengthened in A1 , pe ,: SBns „„„?„ ".* 1™.^ IJM - • l ll >e estate must exhibit them, duly o- ~* f * ~i3~ i ventied, to the undersigned within Rison to Get Hospital • slx <6> monihs of the first publica- LITTL.E ROCK, Dec. 30— liPi— ' ti<ln of th 's notice or tiicy shall be Tiie U. S. Public Health Service forever barred and precluded from has approved plans and specifica- nn - v benefit in the estate, tions for tlie construction of a This notice first published Dc- S2i>O.OGO 18-br-d hos])ital at Risen. comber :jo. 1940. Mrs. Knthleen Kutt Blacs, E.xecuirix of the Estate of Mrs Kate Butt, Moore, director of the r^yte Health Department's hospital i^iisinn. said today the unit is the second to be approved under the new 60-11) per cent ratio of federal matching of state funds. Germany Demilitarized, Can't Find a Cannon ECERN'TOERDK - f/T'i — Germans have apparently been very thoroughly demilitarized. This city, wishing to celebrate the 100th anniversary of Eckenfoerde, needed a , 915 West ttcarn Strce!, Blytheville. Arkansas Holland and Taylor, attorneys. 12 30.4!) 1 G50 CALVARV BAPTIST HHIi and Chh-kasairha P. II. JerniKau riaMur Sunday School 9:4b a.m Morning Worship 11:1)0 am. Intermediate G A "s 5:30 pjn B. 1 u. 7-OU p.m Eveninp Worship 8:00 pjn. Wednesday chou renearsaJ and officer^ ano teachers meeting at the ,ame horn 7:0(1 p.m Wednesday Prayei Meeting B.OO Friday. Men's Brotherhood FIKS'l Kny ikir.lllOIIIST elcj, pastor Chuicn School 9 4i) a. in Morning Worship II a.m youth Clioii Rehearsal b 45 p.m 5:30 p.m Juiuoi Fellowship: in ertnediate M y F: Senior- Youns. '"opies M Y t- Evening Service 7:30 Alte; rhurcl' leLJuw.siilp 8-30 p.m Wednesday, chou rehearsal 7:31 p.m. LAKK STKF.RT MrTIICIII IS'l Linr:i llarrisnn. P;KS|/IJ Sui i;,. s ,i -i 45 a . m Preaching Service W S.C.S Mondaj '1:30 pjn Wednesday Mid-Week Semk-e;- 1:30 p.m FUI.I, C'lOXPEI TAHEP.NACI.E Lilly and Vine K. T. Kcllc.v. Pastor 9:45 Sunday School Fay Austin superintendent 11:00 M jnilng Worship 6:45 PY.PA meets with Mrs Ollie Goodson in charge 7:45 Evangelistic Service with cboir mid Orchestra iiarnripaiing Tuesday and Fnin' niplits service-- a' ,5. 'nrsday night is Young People's Night flHS'I KAl'MS'l CIIAI'i:! MISSION Rev. David Smith Sunday School 9:40 Worship Service 10:55 a.m. Training Union 6:30 p m. Evening Worship 7:30 p.m F1KST MJTIIEKAN Gill ami Walnut Rev. G. Miesslrr, iiasior 10 a.m., Sunday School and Bible Class 11 a.m. Divine Worship. CHURCH OF CHIJIST formic Smith, Minister AIR BASE Two Blocks North ol Chapel 10 a.m. Sunday School 11 am. Worship Service 6:45 p.m Bible Study 1:30 p.m. Evening Worship Service Wednesday Evening Bible Study :30 p.m MUST PRESMYTERIAN CHUKCII Ilarrey T. Kidd, minister 9:45 Sunday School 11 a.m. Sacrement ol The Lord's Supper, 7:30 p.m. No Evening Service. Wednesday 7:30 Choir practice. CHURCH OF CIIII1ST H. F. Sliarp, Kvaiigrlls! Main at Gl Highway Bible Class 9:50 ajn. Morning Worship — 10:50 a.m. 'Giving By Divine Order." Evening Bible Classes —6:45 p.m. Evening Worship — 7;30 p.m. ' l.iie ot Simon Peter." Monday Evening _ 7:30 p.m. Men's Bible Class. Wednesday morning 9:00 a. m. Ladies Bible Class. Wednesday evening 7:33 p. m. Mid-Week Hible Classes. -ANI) METHODIST C11UKC1I LcKoy Henry, mliilsicr Church School every Sunday 10 a.m. Cliurch Worship Services — first and third Sundays 11:00 a.m. See- oiid ard fourth Sundays 0:30 p.m. M. Y. p. mctlngs second and 'ourtli Sundays 5:30 p.m, WSCS second and fourth Tliuis- lays. ASSK.MH1.V OF OOII Itcv. i:. C Slmms, Pastor Sunday School U:45 a.m Morning Worship 11:00 a.m. Women's Missionary Council 6:30 p.m. Men's Cooperative Council 6:30 p.m Christ's Ambassadors :30 p.m Junior Christ Ambassadors G:30 p.m Evangelistic Service 7: 30 p.m Tuesday 7:30 p.m. Prayer Meet- Thursday 1:30 p.m Bible study TI'.MI'l.i: 1SIIAKI. I>r. Alfred Vise, rablii Frday 7:30 p.m. Hebrew Memorial Services fnr Herman Hrss an'l Alie Arthur Vise will be held in Osccohi. Oilier SCTV-! ices will be announced. MUST {'HIIISTIAN CnilllCH I.csler 1). .StriihlKir, miliisli-i- 9:30 Ciioir practice 9.-IS Sunday .School 10:50 n.m. "What To Do With Lelfvcis." 6:15 inn. Chi llho Junior ami Senior C.Y.F. Lunch li:30 pin. Chi Rlio 'Junior anrl Scn : or T.fssini. 7:M p.m. Cuthedial film. "Parable of i lie .Smver" Monday 2:3U p.m. Mis.=innary -Study Oinup nf the \Viiineiis Concil'.' nintts with Mrs. Russell Hays "ith Mrs. Hadlpv Hays co-hostrss Mrs. .Ifjlin Mcliiui^v stu'lv lendpv Hlirl M.S. L, L. Ward devotional lertdei. 7 nin Offirial B"ard meeting. "1:30 p.m. E«v Scoi Is Werlnr=ciay 7 i> in. Sfiiior Clioir Thursclav 7:30 p.m. Cub Scout Pack mci'tins ST. sTi-nirv's i;i'isc'<i!'\i, \Viiliani J. l-'it-<liui;li. vicar C ivumr.isir.ri of clnist !):30 a in. Church School 11:00 a.m. Holy Communion and Sermon. Tuesday Si. Sicnhen's F.xcci'tive Committee meets al tlie rectory al 7:30 p.m. Weciiie.sdav-Ditcussinn course "Creriiivc Chores in Life" meets at tlie reclory at 8 pm. Thurs-iay 7:30 Choir Practice Pravcr Group Thursday 2:30 p.m. Intercessory CHRISTIAN SCIEXCE SOCIETY 1211 \V. Main SI. Sunday School 9 30 :i in Kunilav Service 11:0!) a.m Reading Room Wed. 2:30-4:311 p.m. Wednesday 8 p.m. "God" is the subject of tlie Lesson-Sermon which will hr- rend in all Churches and Six'ietic.% of tire Church of Christ. Scientist, on Sunday, Jan. 1. ISJiift. Rural Churches GATEWAY TAKEUNACLK I~ C Knruh. paxtrrr Church Service, fl o ajn Evening Worship, J:ao p-m. HALF MOON A5SKMIILY OF GOD Sunday Scnuol 10:00 a.m Kei Martin Reagan sailor Church Service Wednesday Friday. 7:30 p.m Sunday Sciiool 10:00 a.m Mrvrnlne Worship ll:00ii.m Worship Service 1100 «.m NEW l.lllKiriV BAPTIS1 B^'cmng Worship. B.uo pjn IVOOI>I.AN'I> CORNER BAi''IIS'J C. A Service 7:00 p.m B 1 U 1:0(1 pm Evening Worship 8:00 pjn Wednesday Prayei Sernce 1:0* HUFFMAN CIIUKCU Of UOD James Wvnes. paster Sunday School y:43 ajn Morning Worship 11:00 a.m Evening Service ]:30 p.m Y.P.E. Saturday 1:30 o-m HllfFMAN BAI'TIST David iMr-l'oafci- pallor 10:W a.m Sunday tjchnul 11:10 am Mornnip Service R pun Evening Service 7:31) R.m B.T.U "eetlnB [•Tirlay i p.m. chou piactict nn Hayei nieeiiny HOUND LAKE CIHUJfH ()•• Cl IIS'I I'luimn; 1, Connei. Minister Sunday School |(J am Worship Service n a.m Wednesday Night Bible Stud} 7:30 p.m YAKItliO MISSIONARY BAPTlS'l Her. I'arliei llaj. minister Sunday School 10 a.m Preaihing Servile n a.m BTU fi:30 p.m Pifa; iilni; 7 :10 p.m Prayei Meeting Fridoj night CI.KAH I.AKf BArilS'l J L Cm paiiliit Stmda> School y:45 ajn Worsi.ip Service M-ill «m it;* MIJO (Jmon G:30 Worship Service 7 :jO p.m Mid- Ween Service 7:30 p.m Weo ne-sday YAltHRO METHODIST CHURCH l,rllo> Hrnr.y. .Minister Ciiurcli S:hool every Sinuiay 10 a.m. Cliurcii Worship Services: 2nd anc fourth Sundays 11 a.m Ilrst and i third Sumlny 7 p.m I PSCs first and third Sundays PAGE WEST ITI.YTIIKVIM.K PAItlSH METIIOIIIbT W 11. Vomit, Pastor Wrslcy .Memorial Clnnili Church School, 10:00 am., Supt Floyd Davis. Worship Service 11:00 a.m. Worship Service 7 p.m. HALF MOON Cl'ltUCH Chinch School 10:00 a.m Siipt Earl Baker Woiviiip Service ii:tm a.m. Worsliip Service 7:00 pin flUIIUE'l'lT. CHUnCI] Ot (JOl) H E. Sliau. pastnr Sundaj Si-hool. o:-!5 am Morning Worship 11 a.m VDUIIK People, V:uCi p.m Evening Worship 8:00 p.m IMMAN'llKl. li A I 1 1 IS'l A. M. Iliiiisliui, p:i«lor Sunday School, 10 n.m Mornim; Worship. II n.m. Training Union 7 p in Evening Service. 7:30 p.m Wednesday night prayer service J p.m GOSNKI.I. IIAPTIS1 Carl Casllcman. |i:islor Sunday School, 10:00 a.m Morning Worship 11 (Xi a.m IValmng Union. I:3o |i.m Evening Worship 8:OG p.m rhursUaj. 7:30 p.m. Pruyci Scr- vice. NUMHKR NINK IIAITIST Gene Shultz, pastor Sunday School, 0:45 ajn Morning Worship, 11:00 am Sunday, 2:15 p.m.. MLSSIOD Arm Sunday school and church at Yarbro Seliool Quditorltun lYalning Union, 7:00 p.m. Kveulng Worship, 8 pjn Luxora Churches AHSE.MIII.V or r,oi> J. C. Dickinson, pastor 10:01) a.m Sunday School 11:<JO n.m, \Vorshlp Service 6:00 p.m O. A Service 1:30 p m Saturday Service. F ':30 p.m Wednesday Prayer service. CIIUKCU 01- CHRIST Osi-ar I,, lUys minister Rt'ile autdy 10 n.m. Preariiins, n a.m.. 7-3C p.m on (list find third Sundays AKJ1OKK1. IIAI'TIS'I U'. O Aiiten [la.shir Sunday Sclluol 10:00 H.m Preaching II 00 a.m I'rauunj' Union 7:(Xl p.m Evennis Woishlp. 8.WJ p in Wednesday i*rayci Mi-ellu? 1:31 GOSN'Kl.l MKTHDCIIS'I U-e Anderson, minister Chuii-. School 10 a in W<n:,lnp Set vice 11 a in .\I Y F Groups li p in Evening Kervife T pm M id-Week Service Thursday 7 p 111 H\r miles Soulh llli;li\t:i\ * UiissHI Diiflei tiasliu Stmtla.v Sciiool 10:00 a.m Morning Worship I] in, ujn Itamme Union. ? p.m Evenmg Woratilp Service '1:00 p 01 rms'i iiAi'Tis'i A II. Itill n.islor 10:00 rv.m Knniiay Sctioot 11:01' am • Worship Services <!:<JU i/.m II 1 D Mm "in WOIK!I||) Servii-c ?:OU n.m .VeiliH'snay t*rtiyei vtce. nl'XOKA itIKI IHUIISI II I. :io'>i<,nn ir^liir CilUU !, ^1-ljCJHl |U ft,|l Mranliir; Worship 11 n.m. Meihmiisi Vniiin I cllowsht •iriltpj, II |,. m Kvenlug Worship Service 7 p.n OsceoSa Churches llltSl CIIKIS'llAN L. It. dtill Jr. (l:\Mui Momi Worship III !>, i,.. n . Midweek Service 7:30 p.m. FIRS'I .Ml. I :!I)IHS'I [1, f. Coiii'liman pastor Sllljij.iy Srlinol J:i: :i en Worship -service T \!elll..rn' Vi.nth tvll. "-.lllp. 0:1 Woishn> service 7 p.u, We<liM=ilny ymilh.niui prnctln J.3 pin Hcnlni t ;hrilr ,30 i''ll(^ l HAT I IH'I Iliissell i tJlulilj. |»:iscor Similn.v Schnol u -ir> n rn \t.>rniui. Worslui. II "IP a.m tl I Uninn li 31. p m Kvi'nli^ 8e rnli'i- 1 M pm M'llweek Sl'rvlcc 7:3t p.m. ST. MATTHEWS Rev. li. Francis MrDerllt nas 1st, 3rd and sth Sundays .lass, 9:00 a.m. Normnn Rcni, paslor Evening Service, 7:30 pjn. FIItST PUESDYTKItlAN L. T. l.awrencc, pastor Sunday School, Q-.45 n rn Morning Worship, 11 aja. Young People 5:00 ; a. Wednesday evening service, 7 : so CAI.VAUY I'I'ISCOI'Ar, William .1. 1 itiliueh, V |, :;ir Clrcumcisinn of 8 a.m. Holy Communion D:-I5 n.m. Clnireli Kcront 7 p.m. Evening Prayer and <5,. r . mrm Friday Jan. 6--Tlio Epiphany 10:00 a.m. Holy Clinriemaiiiic is said to have haft in asbestos luble cloth nnri to have astonished his i;ui's<s bv Ihrowim; It into tlie fire where it die] not burn. mm?n —r^~^ ^Coiirt«eiwsj J)rivers r Ask fcjr cilhcr white or colored driver. Nine ciihs at your Bervka 2100 CAB CO. Morning Win-snip HI-46 n.m Kvcnini Service 7 :ic p.m 3 :nrtay s< imnl 0:4!) vm HlhN wiufiv Piir.'i'liu nn-< 1-ridfU Speedy, eflcclivc leficf from c tiVe o doclor'i pr«i<rip)Jon. faction or yam money botk. WAIT'S GREEN MOUNTAIN COUGH SYRUP CORNER CHINA. CASE With ail the charm of Early New England DESIGNED FOR YOUR HOME The limplc digniiy of thit un- uraally fine Corner China C>w with m clean cm lines w,il appeal to home owners of <lis- criminjiing , we . Apncjlinc, too,,,-,]« tunaht pn - c - c „;,;,.,, biings quiliry wiUiia the r«ach ol the modest new home or remodeling budgel —nn ouuiand- inj; Morc-for-lhe-Moncy Value. BUILDERS SUPPLY CO., Inc. \V. II. "Hilly Pease *.l. Wilson Henry FHghway 61 South I'llonc 24.11 SPECI 1 New 1949 GE model with 121 in. picture tube $259.95 I Brand new Motorola with 10 in. picture iube $21 9.9 5 1 Brand new Motorola with 7 in. picture tube - $149.95 1 slightly used 1949 Majestic with 7 in. pic, tube - $99.9 5 1 slighlly used '49 Hallicrafter, 7 in. pic. tube - $159.95 PRICES INCLUDE INSTALLATION AND 90 DAYS FREE SERVICE! PAY ON EASY TERMS eville Sales Co. 138 East Main Felix Carney, Mgr. Phone 36^6 s\"* Con^ca^* K' - X '/-^Slr i -: MEMBER Federal Reserve System Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation The Only National Bank in Mississippi County

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