The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 4, 1950 · Page 2
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PAGE TWO Rl/yTHEVILLE. (ARK.) COURIER NEWS FRIDAY, AUGUST 4, 19M Britain Ready To Up Defense With U.S. Fund John Bull Indicates Willingness to Help If Uncle Will Pay LONDON. Aug. t. t,Tj — Britain announced last night she Is ready to boost her defense spendinR *o $9.820,000.000 over the next three years It America will h Ip her economy nbsorb the shock. It agreement with the U.S. can be worked out—and Stnle Denart- ment officials Indicated It could be —Britain will be adding about $616,000.000 a year to her current defense expenditure. The proposed outlay would be 43 per cent greater than military spending announced before the Korean war started, ft would Increase from eight to 10 per cent the portion of the national Income spent on military preparations against communism. Arms Production The announcement indicated that most of the increase would go f )r production of nnw prms anrt equip- m-il for Atlantic Pact forces. Britain's offer to enlarge he ~<n- trlbutions to Western defense came in the form of n memorandum to the United States replying to an American request for such informa- tl"n. The U.S. had asked all Atlantic Pact countries to state by Aug. 5 what they propose to contribute to the west's overall defense program Holland yesterday announced preparations for stand-by mobilization of three divisions and. measures to speed up defense production. • President Truman told a news conference In Washington last night he was very pleased with Britain's offer. He said he hoped the other Atlantic Pact nations would follow suit. Total Cast of Project The statement saw .the total cost of the project "would be so heavy that it would be Impossible to carry out the full program without substantial United States assistance In addition to completion of the European recovery'program." In return Brilain offered to help meet the "deficiencies In equipment of the North Atlantic Treaty organization forces of other nations." In her memorandum, Britain pointed out that she has large trained manpower reserves. She declared the "most urgent need is to increase production of defense equipment." No Full Controls The statement indicated the program would be carried out without the full controls used during World War IT. It said: n ' J K, Is *!\f Iar B est Program prac- ticablewithin the; period envisaged •nd without restoring the direction 1 FILM FIND - Sixteen-year-old Joan Evans, romantic slar of "Kdge of Doom" and other recent pictures, is today being hailed by Hollywood film crilica as "the find of the century." Joan says Ural it's easy to mak« ' love for the cameraa. Negro Singer's Passport Voided WASHINGTON, Aug. 4. (>P)—Paul Robeson's pas.sport has been cancelled !jy the State Department. A spokesman said ihn departmeiA felt she Negro singer's actions were not always In the Interest of the United States. Robcson has made frequent trips abroad. Including a number of visits to Russia. He has -spoken with high approval of Communists and their aims. The spokesman saltl Robeson had been asked lo give up his passport —without which he cannot, leave the country—but had refused. The department then notified Immlgra tion and diplomatic officials lhat the passport was void. Robeson was not immediately available for comment. of labor, the requisitioning of fac- torirs, or embarking on the slow progress of building and equipping new Industrial capacltv which could not have rapid result*." Before the Korean war Britain's defense budget amounted to 52.184,000.001) a year. The addition of $28o'- 000.000 was announced after the fighting started. v NOTICE TO BIDDERS Shawnee School District No. 10. Joiner, Arkansas will receive bills for construction nnd completion of a gymnasium on the school grounds at Joiner, Arkansas. Bids will be received until noon Friday, August 18 at the office of the Superintendent. Mr. Hugh L. Smith. Separate bids will be received for plumbing, beating, and wiring. Plans anil specifications may be obtained from McAiilnch. Mahnker. and Barnes. Poplar Bluff, Missouri upon payment of $25.00. The successful bidder will be required to furnish satisfactory performance and payment bond. Blythcville Llflj 1B4 Vlsw r.. T. HfUj, Pasts* 9:45 Sunday School Pa; Austin .superintendent, Classes, for nil ages. 11:00 Morning Worship 8:45 P.Y.P.A. m«t» wltTa president, Gene I/edbelter. 7:45 Evangelistic Service with sermon by pastor. fuesday and Frlrtaj nlghl* serr ices at 7:45 Tu*sday nlghl is P.V.P.A. Night. ASSKMBM- or (iOD Kef. E. C. Slau puUo Sunrtnj School 9 4J am Morn[n» Worship 11 oc a-ro Worr.en'i Ululonary Council I-10 p,m Men's Cooperitlv* Council i:3U pjn Christ's Ambassadors f.'id pm Junto: ClirUl Ambassadors 4:30 p m Evangelistic Service 7:X> pit. Tuesda., 1:30 pm Prayer Meeting Thursday 1:30 pm Blblt Btuaj CAI.VARV BAPTIST llUh and Chlckasairbi I*. II Jrrniean putm Sunday School 9:30 4.m Morning Wo r shlp 11:00 am IntenneOlate G A's 5'3« pjn BT.U 1:00 p.m Evening Worship 8 00 .m Wednescla) choir rchersal snrt officers and teachers meeting at the same hour 7:00 Wednesday Prayer Me«tlni 8:00 Fridaj Men'i Brotherhood CHURCH OF CHRIST Harold F. Sharp, mtnntcf Main and Hifhwa.? Cl Bible Classes 9:45 am. Morning Worship 10.50 ' C. I*, purdam of Paragnuld speaks. Bible Cln.vsw 7:1S Evening Worship 8 p.m. Mr. Purdam speaks. Wednesday evening B p.m Mid- Week Bible Classes Confession* p.m. Saturday 7:10-1:10 FIRST LUTHERAN Slith mat Halnit G MJtssler. PasUr "Moments with God" KLCN each Sunday 9:30 a.m. Sunday School 10:00 ».m. Divine Worship 11:00 am FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH l.rsler n. Slrubhar, minister 9:30 a.m Choli Practice 9:45 a m Sunday School 10:50 ».m Morning Worship «:15 Chi Hho Junior «nd Senior C Y. F. Lunch. 6:10 p.m. Chi FJho Junior and Senior C. Y p Lesson 7:30 p.m Evening worship CHRISTIAN SCIKNCK SOCIETY 1211 H Main St. Sunday School 8:30 a.m. Sunday Service 11:00 am Reading Room Wednesday 2:304:30 p.m. Wetinestinj Service 8 pm "Spirit" will be read In all churches ana Societies of the Church ol Christ, Scientist .on Sunday. I.AKF, STRUBT MKTIinillKI CHURCH Rev. George McChnhey, puslor Bob McHri/lviy church He-hour tin uerlnteiideiit; p B Jurratt chair man ol 'he Board nl Elrwiird.v Mrs Hilly King president ol \VSCS Sunday School 10 00 a.m Morning Worship 11:00 ajn MYF 5 pm Evening Worship 7 p.m WSCS 2:30 p.m Monday Choli Practice 7 pjn Widnesda> CHURCH 3F THF. IMMAC-UI.ATF rONCFPTlON Kev Amos H Enderlln Pastor Rrr William M Reek Assistant Paator Sunday Masses 7:30-10 A m Holy Days 6-30 find 8 a.m Novens to our Sorrowful Mother Friday 7:30. The Shawnee Board of Education reserves the right to reject any or all bids and to waive any information In bidding «nd such other pertinent tacts or Information which to them may appear necessary or desirable. SHAWNEE BOARD OP EDUCATION E. B. Bell, President R. C. Brance, Secretary August 3. 1950 8-4-11 KIRST BAPTIST E C. Brown, pastor Sunday School 940 »m Morning Worship Service 10:55 a m Training Union, 7 p.m. Evening Worship Services « pjn Wednesday Sunday SchooJ Cabinet Meeting b':45 pm Prayer Service 7:45 p.m Officers and Teachers meellne 7:00 p.m FIRST CHURCH OF THE NA7.AREVE Rojal G. Schultx. Pastoi Sunday Schoo' 9:45 am Sermon by pastor 11 s m Sermon by pnsfor 7:30 p.m Nazarene Training Union 6'30 p.m Wednesday Nighl Prayer Meet ing 7'30 p.m W.P.M.S Wednesday afternoon p.m. Sunday School Visitation Friday 1:00 p.m FIRST BAPTIST CHAPKL MISSION Rev. David SmllA Sunday School .9:40 Worship S rvice 10:55 a.m Training Union ' :30 pjm Evening Worship 7MO p m . FIKST METHODIVr Roy 1. Bajlrj, rutar Church School 9:4& *.m Morning Worship 11 a.m. youth Choir Rehearsal S:4» PJB 6:30 p.m Junior Fellowship. Intermediate M.Y.F. Senlor-Younc Peoplei M.Y.F Evening Service 7:30 After church fellowship 8:30 p.m Wednesday, choir rehearsal T.v> u m FIRST PRESBYTKBIAN CHUECH Rev, Harvey Kldd, paitar 9:45 a.m. Sunday School Morning Worship. TEMPLE ISRAF.I. Dr. Alfred Vise, rabbi Next Services will be announced. ST. STEPHEN'S EPISCOPAL , William J. Fitaliugh, vicar Feast of the Transfiguration. 9:30 a.m. Church School 11 a.m..Morning Prayer and Sermon Rural Churches GATEWAY TABF.RNACLE I, G Borah, paator Church Service 9 45 a.m Evening Worship. 7 30 p.m HUf> - MAN BAPTIST I>aTld McPeake. p»lar 10:00 a.m Sunday School 11:00 a.m Morning Service 7:30 p.m B T U Mfellng 8 p.m Evening Service Friday 7 p.m choir practice ano nrnyer meeting BURDETTE CHI'KrH ()» (!OI> Rev. O. E. May Sunday School 9 45 am Morning Worship 11 a.m Yourii; People. 7-00 p.m Evening Worship 8 00 pm HALF MOON ASSEMBLY Of fi(H) Rev Martin Reagan pa.«t«r Sunday School 10:00 a.m Worship Service II "00 a.rri Y'i ing Peoples CA Service «'30 p.m. Evening Church Worship T30 p.m Mid-Week Service Friday 8 p.m HUFFMAN rumen of OOD Jnrnes \\ynes, pastor Sunday School 9 45 a.m MorninR Worship 11:00 i.m Evening Service 7:30 p.m Y P.K Saturday 7-30 p.m ROUND I.AKK CHURCH OF CHRIST Thnma.i L. Conner. Mlnintet Sunday Srhtiol 10 a in Worship Service 1] a.m Wednesday Night Bible study 7:30 p.m VARI'.RO MISSIONARY BAPTIST Kef Parker Hay minister Sunday School 10 n.m Preaching Service 11 a.m 8.T.U 6-30 p.m Preaching 7:30 p.m Prayer Meeting Friday night CI.RAR LAKE BAPTIST J. E. Coi. »ast»r Sunday School 9 45 a.m Worship Service 11'00 a.m Framing Onion 6:30 p.m Worship Service 1:30 pa. Mid-Week Service 7:30 p_m WM- ne«daj YARBRO MKTHODIST CHTTiCS LeRo.T Henry. MiKteUr Church School every Sunday u m Church Worship Services Int tnd fourth Suudayi 11 am. tint and third Sundays T pjn PSCS first and third Sundays PROMISED LAND METHOD I gT CHURCH I.eRoy Henry. sUMatcr Church School every Sunday 10 a.m Church Worship Services — t\nt and third Sundiya 11:00 a.m See. ond and fourth Sundays t 30 pjn M.Y.F meetings second and fourth Sundays 5:30 p.m. WSCS second and fourth Thursdays WEST BLYTHEVII.LB PARIS* METHODIST W B Vaunt. Putor Wesley Memorial Chnrekl Church School. 10:00 a.m.. Supl Floyd Davis Worship Service 11:00 a.SB Worship Service 7 p.m HALF MOON MF/THODIST CHURCH Church School 10:00 a.m L*ipt Kurl Baker Worship Service 11:00 a.m Worship Service 7'BO pm n'OOIII.AMk CORNKR BAPTlsi Arnold Clayton, Mlni«t«r Sunday Scl;ix>J 10 a,in Worship Service--iroo a.m C A Service 7:0fl p.m B.TD 7-00 p.m Evening Worship 800 p.m Wednesday Prayei Service 1 00 IMMANUEI. BAPTIST A M. Houston paalw Sunday School 10 a.m Morning Worship 11 am Training Oiron 7 pm Evenlni Service. 1:30 p.m Wednesday night prayer cervlcr 7 p.m GOSNF.LL BAPTIST Car] Casllemin pastor Sunday School. 10 00 am Moining Worship 11 00 a.m rrntnlni! Union 7-30 p.m Evening Worship 8'00 p.m •— rhursday 1:30 p.m Prayei Sen, ice. ARMOREI. BAPTIST AV. E. £dmondson, paslor Sunday School 10-00 a.m Preaching 11:00 a.m Training Union 7:00 p.m Evening Worship 8-00 p.m Werinpstlav Praver Mpetine 1*30 C.OSNEI.l MKTHOIMS1 Ler An>1rnH>n. minister Church School 10 a.m Worship Service H a.m M.Y.F Groups B p.m Evening Service 7 p.m Mid-Week Service Thursday p m NF.W I.IRKHTV BAPTIST Five miles South Highway fl Russell Duffer paslor Sunday School 10 00 a.m Morning Wnrshlp 1! 00 ajn Training Union 1 p.m Evening Worship Service » p.m MINE BAPTIST ' Gesu ShfJta, SMU* Sunday School, »:45 a.m. Morning Worship, 11:00 s m Sunday 2: IS pjn Mission Aim bro School auditorium Training Onion, 7:00 pm Sunday School and church at Tti- Evening Worslilp. « pjn. Luxoro Churches ASSEMBLY OF GOO 10:00 an Sunday School. 11:00 a.m Worship Service «:00 pjn O A Service •7:30 pjn Saturday Service 7:30 pjn Wednesday Prayer service. CHURCC OF CHBIST B*b W**dwa/«, CvaafesM Bible stuay to ajn Preaching 11 a.m 1:JO pjn on first and third Sundays Tuesday, 7:30 pjn H P sharp conducts Bible Claia BAPTT8T A. B H1U, pavtv i. C. Dickinson, ft 10: am Sunday School 11:00 a.m Worship Services 8:00 pjn B T U 7:00 p.m Worship Service 7:00 pm Wednesday Prayei Service. LUXORA METHOD! SI H. I. Kcbinaon Pasts* Church School 10 a.m Morning Worship 11 a.m Methodist Youtii Fellowship i"U]js. 6 p.m Evenins Worship Service 1 pjn Ose»»ola Churrhcs FIKSI CHRISTIAN I.. K SHI! IT pastor Morning Worship 10 50 H m Evening drrvice 7'30 pm Midweek bci ^ce 7:30 p.m CALVAKT EriRCOFAL William 1. Pllihick, tieaw Feast of the Transfiguration, 9:45 a.m. Church School 11 a.m. Holy Communion Sermon FWST BAPTirr ferey F. aUrrUf, Sunday School f:4f Morning Worship 11:00 aJB. BTU union 8:30 pjn Evening Senrlce. 7:JO pjn Midweek Strrlce 7:JO pjn CHURCH OF CHKIST g. r. Heater, EonceliM Morning Worship 10:46 arm Evening Service 1:30 pm Sunday School 9:45 a.m Bible Study Tuesday and ST MATTBEWI Ref. Am»j H. Bnderils) Every Sunday Ma*s F1RS1 PENTECUeTaU, Narman Bent, pmata* Evening Service 7:0^ pm FIRST PRESBTTBallAN U T. Lawrence, pastor Sunday School 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship, 11 ajn Young People. 5:00 PJn Wednesday evenlne ienrjce 7:10 FIRST ASSEMBLY O* GOD 4*2 s. Broadway Rer. Murphy Smith palta* Sunday School 9:45 am Morning Worship 11 s m Young People C.A s 6:45 pjn Evangelistic Service 7:30 pjn. Thursday Evening 7 30 pjn WMC Friday 2 p.m FIRS! METHODIST Garland C. Taylor, pastor Sunday School 9:45 am. Worship Service 11 ajn MethodiM Youth Fellowihlp «:I4. Worship Service 7 pjn Wednesday Youth Choir pracUc* 5:30 pm Senior Choir 7:30 p.m. Frank's Refrigeration & (Formerly Tulloa & Westall Ref. Serr.) would like to lake llris opportunity la invile all my friends and former customers lo let me take care of their refrigeration needs. Frank M. Westall Phone 2608 So Longer Connected »'llh Cily Electric VOTE FOR FLEEMAN FOR RE-ELECTION STATE REPRESENTATIVE POST NO 4-MISSISSIPPI COUNTY - SUBJECT TO DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY - TUESDAY, AUG. 8 Citizens of Manila and West Mississippi County Endorse E. C. Fleeman We, the following qualified electors of Manila and West Mississippi County, endorse the candidacy of E. C. Fleeman for re-election as Representative for Post No. 4 of Mississippi County and urge other voters of the county to help us re-elect him to serve in this capacity. We believe he can better serve us because of his experience and energetic manner in which he strives to impartially represent the county in this important position. E. C. Fleeman has proven his trustworthiness and ability to serve this county; and we, as fellow townsmen, unhesitatingly recommend his candidacy to you subject to the primary election next Tuesday. He has made an enviable record as a legislator, having always voted right on all measures to the best interest of Mississippi County and the people he has so conscientiously represented. D. C. Wright Wm. Borowsky Leo J. Donner H. D. Alston Kendall Berry C. C. Smith B. A. McCann E. E. Byrd C. R. Brooks Robert R. Low* Leonard L. Perk in* J. C. Baker F. Robbins J, M. Rouse Lomar Edwards GrovtU E. Snidtr Dr, R. W. Ratton C. E. Mines W. W. Edwards Wm. G. Fox H. P. Liston L. L. McBride Milton Towles Byrl McHenry S/gnec/: H. C. McCullough Jewel McCullough Clere Mutton Mrs. Billy Kesler J. E. McMasters V. B. Osbornc Roy Denton E. E, Hart Paul Wilson Riley B. Jones W. G. Card Max H. Isaacs Bert Williams Mrs. Leo Donner M. L. Bellinger Mrs. M. L. Bollinger John Fail-child .Mrs. John Fairchild Chas. E. Fleeman Nell Fleeman Sam Bollinger Lear Bollinger H. B. Perkins Earnest Horslcy Lorent Horsley J. B. Tucker . Neal Benson Arthur J. Hill Sam C. Fincher M. L. Downing Joe Oiborne . Mid »thfr Krt«l«s of K. C. Fteenun.

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