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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, February 10, 1950
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FRIDAY, FEBUUARY 10, 1950 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE FIVh Co-Authors of 'Rag Mop' Novelty Are Acquainted Only by Letter Bush Cites Only A-Bomb Defense Scientist Says Ifr Must Be Kept from Reaching Target WASHINGTON, Fob. 10. M'>—Dr. Vrinncvar Bush, atomic seic *> ! W yesterday the only de against atomic or hydrogen bombs is to keep them from mi firing their tared or to strike the place where they are iniidc. "There is no defense a^ainx! a bomb us such," Bush told rc])orters, He said he had given fhat opinion to the Senate Anntd Service. 1 ) Committee during a two-hour secret discussion of modern weapons nnri defenses. Bush was one of the key scientists 'who advised military lenders j fall, he folded it, in an envelope, 'on weapons during (he last war. He j addressed it (o Wills, and dropped H>- William l'e:irl + OKLAHOMA CITY, Feb. 10-W I —A couple of unacquainted western v music makers had a meeting or; minds—through the nuiils. The result: "Rag Mop," a novelty tune—not a western—which lias bounced ils way to near the top o{ the favotile sons heap. Johnny Luc Wills and ncacon Anderson arc the cowboy-booted gentlemen listed us the song's co- compose ra. But the two probably wouldn't .say "hello" if ilicy approached the juke box at the same time. Tu-o Never Met Wills' "hill-billy" band headquarters in Tlilsa. Anderson plunks a slcll guitar for a western swing null it in licuumont. Tex. The Texan cTexaus liked to be called Texim.s) Wi'otc the song— the music and tlie lyrics. Then, lost was director of the Office of Scirn- lific He.scarch and Development and it in a mini c-hme. "He Uild Johnny I,ce he was CHURCH NEWS also advisor to the joint chiefs of} receive half the profits and appear stiiit- "The way to defend ngiiinst ;o" the !aiie! as co-composer if he an atomic bomb," he said, "is to; ™»'-d do anything with it, 1 ' O. W. stop the airplane or other carrier Mayo, uho travels over the state before it sets io the target, to bomb] (or Wills, said here, the place that is manufacturing."! And Johnny Lee did something " "Trii'k \V;i.v" i with it. the same would apply ^ "Neither he nor his bund were ! too excited over the tune :il," ; Mayo .says. "Rut Johnny Lee mid '• hi.s boys began working up an ar{ r ritiy em cut. They worked on it for | a couple of months, unLil they [smoothed it out, where it \va.s. worth Blythcvillc ASSi:.M»LV OK GOO IK 1 v. !•'. C. S i J >] s, |) a s lor Sunday School 9:45 n.m Morning Worship 11:00 a.m. Women's Missionary Council G:30 p. m. Men's cooperative Council 6:30 p.m Christ's Ambassadors 6:30 p.m. Junior Christ Ambassadors 6:30 H-m. Kvanj-,eli;;tLc service 7:30 Tuesday 7:30 p.m. Prayer Meet- 'UK. Thursday 7:30 p.m Bible Study io the projected hydrogen biimb on which this omnilry is working. There is "no trick way" to do it, he emphasized. He added, however, that defense against new weapons develop so quickly it is dangerous io forecast i recording." effectiveness. I Il-Ku Hut ho si!id he knows of no wuy io set <>H an enemy's atomic bomb or any other kind of a bomb on its' ville. Tenn., recording company, way to a target. j publisher put it on -sheet music. Senator Tydings <D-Md) who had left the committee session oar tier Ir^L emoted Dr. Bush as saying "i"e is not any complete" t against atomic or hydrogen bombs.' to was." Before oilier senalors, meanwhile, A musician in the National Council for the Prc- oiu-e played with veniion of War was urging tlmt tlse ! that Anderson hhi hydrogen bomb be outlawed and to him. that the nation "prudently" junk all weapons more destructive than a rifle. . .M-MUP—IUIA Mop: The £ong—it uses letters to spell "Rat? Mop"—was cut hy a Nash- A "It's really an old Negro blues progression," Andcr&oii has been quoted as .saying. "Someone iic.sted it be called' 'Rag Mop'—.so Beaumont who Wills suggested along the song Heater BSasfr Rips School Building CHURCH OF THE IMMACULATE CONCWTION Jtev, Amos B. Knderlln, J'uiilor Rev. William >I. Keek, Assistant I'iistor Sunday MUJSSCS 7:30-10 a.m. Holy Days ti:30 and 8 a.m, riKST JIAPTIST r. C, ftrown, pastor Sunday School, 9:40 a.m. Sunday School, 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship Service, un. Training Union, 6:30 p.m. Evening Worship Services. 10:55 7:30 Wodne.sday Sunday School Cabinet Meeting, (i:45 p,m Prayer Service, 7:45 pjn Officers and Teachers meeting 1:00 p.m. niCST HAPTIST rilAl'KL MISSION Ufv. David SmiL>i Sunday Kdiool 9:40 Worship S i vice 10:55 n.m. Training Union C:30 p.m Evening \\'or^hip T:JO p m p in. l-'IKST HKKSBVTKHIAN 1 CHUliCII Kev. Harvey T, Kidd, pastor 0:45 Sunday School 11:00 a.m. "Living Peacefully" 7 p.m.: Junior Choir 7:'JO p.m. Evening Service. Wednesday 6:45 p.m, Covered Dish Dinner 1:30 p.m. Pniyer Meeting 8:00 Choir I tenon real FAYETTEVILLE. Ark., Feb. 10— OT>—A hot water Yieiiter pxplotiecl iii the Hitulsviile. Ark., school early yesterday, ripped through two walls ard n. roof, and sailed lid feet into a rorn fieki. No one was injured. The licater. recently installed, \v -s in the basomeiit of the two strny .stone building. The explosion occurred shortly after midnight, Jasper Norlhcutt. M'adisoti Conn'v srhool superintendent, said the blnst yhauc-rccl wlnrtovvs ripp<-cl n- part walls ami ficmolLshcd the .schools kitchen-used for a student Iu.,cl, proBram. , ' . * snicl he l,».s ordered ••t,-m- ! poliy «lbtni.s Si ,l"or whool activi-! , ties until another building can be stl ' ls0 "- M™s obtiiinrd uhili: repair are made to '; cn!> - xiarel1 9 the neniiaiicht structure. j Ilindsvid '•They've had some conversation on the |>honc since then, 11 Mayo says. "And they've written some letters. They've never met. 1 ' But when they do they can warble the praises of "Rat; Mop" uith great gusto. And most of all they can talk about the ui-o-ti-e-y ii has funneled into their wallets. Sfrot/orJ-on-Avon Plans Long Theater Program STRATFORD-ON-AVON, England —'/Pp— William Shakespeare's sleepy home town has announced its program for the summer boom days when American ami continental tourists t radii iomilly flock here to honor the bard. The 1950 season of plays at the Shakespeare Memorial Theater wDl quarter months. First play of the for Measure," op- 1'Al.VAUV RAI'TIST ICIli and Chickasaub.i !'• It. .lerni^jn, v);.s(or Suiuhiy Scliool ans a.m Morning Worsliip 11:110 am Intermediate G. A's 5:30 p.m BT.U i : oo p.m. Kvening Worship 8:00 'Mil SVcdnetday choir reversal nnd officers and teachers meeting at the same hour 7:00 Wednesday prayer Meeting 8:<K> Pridnj Men's lirollierhooif CIlltlSTIA.V SC-'IKN'CK SOflKTV r;n H. lufii si. Sunday School 9:M :i.m. Sunday Sen-ice 11:00 a.m Reading Room 2:30-'l::iO p.m , Wedncfdn;- Service P. p.m. "Soul" i.s the subject of the Lesson-Sermon which will De read in all Churches and Societies o[ the Church ol Christ, Scientist, on Sunday, Feb. 12. 1950. Cltl'lfim OP CHIilST II. 1\ Sharp, Kvan/;clist Main at (1! lligliwAS BibU- Class 9:.'.0 a.m Morning Woistiip — 10:50 "The Glorious Church." Evening Bible classes — 6:45 p.m Evening Worship - 7:30 p.m "God Piesscd Down Under ih Cart." Monday Evening 7:30 p m Men' Bible Class. Wednesday ipomin^ 9:00 a.m Ladies Hiblf class. Wednesday evimiru; 7:30 p Mid-week Bilile Cliisscs onti and IIRST fllHISTIAN CIIIIIICII Lester t). Slrulihar. minister 9::iO a.m. Choii [»raetice 0:-I5 Sunday School. 10:50 n .m. "Evangelism" G:15 u.iu. Ctu Kilo Junitii Senior C. Y I- 1 Lunch 6:30 p.m. Chi Rlio Junior Senior C Y F Lesson l--vemii^ Services Ivvcniuy Kcr\'ices. Film -nirth of oses" Monday 2:30 Combined meeting Women's Council at church to UKiy "Japan." Monday G:45 p.m Junior Oi 1 p.m. 1.3(1 pin Intermediate Cliolr 7:30 p.m. Boy Scouts. H:lii p.m Oichestnt Wednesday 7 p.m. Senior Choir I.AKI: STI[I:I;T MKTIIODIS'I am Fa\ cttcville. 22 miles east of ! Acquitted' in Slaying To Discuss H-Bomb LONDON. Feb. lfl-M'i-A source clof-e to Winston Churchill .said yesterday the wartime prime inin- Automobile's Life Expectancy Doubled PHILADELPHIA —<<Ti— Today' automobile life expectancy has doubled. Today, whether the vehicle i. ready Io fall apart or is fresh of the assembly line, chances arc Urn it. -A ill have more than 12 years o service and 103.000 miles bcluud before reaching the junk heap. Thi compares with an average life span of about six years' and 25.750 miles tor the cav o[ 1025. These figures are cited by \v. L. Aihen. chief autnmrjiive cni-ineer FULL nOSI'KL TAKKKNACI.E Lilly anil Vine K. T/Krlly. Pastor 0:15 Sunday School l-'ay Austin s'.nierintcndcnt 11:00 MornhiG Worship (1:15 PY.P.A meets with Mrs. Ollie Gootlson in ehaiRe 7:45 HvnriBcllslIc Service with clxiir and Orchestra particljiatln^ niesday and Friday nights services at 0:•!!>. Tuesday night Is YOUIIG People's Night Preaching Service li ».m. J5.T.U. p.m. Preacliinc 1:30 p.m. Prayer Meeting Friday night CI.KAH I.AKK BAI'TIST J. r. (^ox, pastor Slindnv Bclmol 0:-15 n.m. Worship Service 11:00 n.rn. Traininp, Union 6:30 p.m. Worship Service 7:30 p.m. Mid-Week Service 7:30 p.m. Wed- ne.sday. rAIIHRO MLTHODIST C1IUUOH l.clioy Ilrnry, Minister Church School every Sunday 10 ST. STIil'lll-lN'S KI'ISCOI'AL William .1. I'ilyliiigh, vicar Sexuagesima 7:30 Holy Communion Church School Q:'3Q n.m. Morning Prayer Tlnirsday intercessory I'rayei Cirnup 2:30 p.m. Choir Rchear.sal 7:30 p.m. TiMii-ii: ISRAI:I, Dr. Alfred Vise, ralilil I'riil-iy a pm. Sabbath and Mrm- 'Uial hervic-es. Sunday 10 H. m. Sunday £ichix>l and A.-sembly for all groups. o ATI; W;\ v TA nicrr.s 1 A L. r, Korah. u;islrtr C'Slilrch SiM-\'ice 9'4!i a in Ivvening Worship. 7 30 p.m MARSHALL. Ark.. Feb. 10 --ulY- A Srarcy Cricuit Court jury vcslcr- j tstcr will .speak out on the Soviet- j at SKP industries inc. He's already day acquitted Roy Bryan in the [ United StsUe.s hydrogen bomb race ! driven his own car more (Hun 2(10,- fatnl .shooting of Sheriff Doyle-before he winds up his campaign i QQO miles — and it's still Smith last Dec. 1. I for the Feb. 2 British elections.' UUong. goin I.iii7a Harri^in, mhiislci Boh McHaffey, Chm-ch school Su >erintendent; P B. Jarralt. chair nan of the Board of Stewards; Mrs Billy Kinii. president of WSCS Sunday School 10:00 n.m Morning Worship ll :00 n m MYF 5 p.m. Evening Worship 7 p.m. WSCS 2:30 p.m Monday Choir Practice 7 p.m Wednesday Joe Thomas Choir Director find Mrs. (Carlene Blankcn.stiip. pianist FiRS'i riumrii OF THE NA/AHCM-: U«y;»l Ci. ScluilU. I'asliit Suuliiy School 9:-15 a.m Sermon by pastor 11 a.m Sermon by pastor 7 :;)0 p.m Nazarene Tntining Union 6'30 p.m. Wednesday Night Praytn Meet- inK 7:30 p.m. W.F.M.S Wednestiay afternoon 'I p.m, fHunriay School Visitation Friday 7:00 p.m riKST MlTIIKItAN 5tli ami Wain til Kcv. Ci. .Micsslt'r, p list fir 10 a.m. Sundaj School and Bible Class. 11:00 a.m. Divine Worship. I-'IRST MKTHOIHST Ilrjy t. Baglcy. pastor Cliurch School 9:-15 a.m Morning Worship 11 n.m Youth Choir Rehcimal 5-15 p.m 0:30 p.m Junior Fellowship. In- icrmediate M.Y.F 1 . Senior-Young FRojiles M.Y.F F.vcnins Servirc 7:30 After church fellowship 8-30 p,m Wednesday, choir T :l\) Mnnx AS'TMUi.y or noi Itev. ,M;;rtin Krjif<an. pastor S"!idnv Sclwol 10-flfl a m Worship Keri':ce H 00 am Clr-rcli S"rvice Wednesday anc Hi-irtuy, 7:30 p.m Church Worship Services, 2nd and mirth Sundays 11 a.m.. first and :ilrd Sundays 7 p m PSCS first and tlilnl Sundays 10 l'IIOMIRi:i> i.AM) MKTHODIST ClUTItCII LeKny Henry, mitd*lcr Church Scliool every Sunday in Church Worship Services — first nd thlr<l Sundays 11:00 a.m Sec- ind and fourth Sundays (V.3D p.m M.Y.1-- meetings second and oiutli Sundays 5:30 p.m WSCS second and fourth Thurs- NK1V I.lnKH'.l'Y BAPTIST Five uiih-s Ximth Highway 61 Hnsscll Duf/er > pastor Sunday School 10:00 n.m. Morning Worship 11:00 a.m. Training Union 7 p.m. Evening Worship Service 8 p.m. N'(IMI!i;j{ .S'l.VK BAI'TIST (iCdc Siiull/, pustor Sunday Scliool. 0:45 n.m. Morning Worsliip. 11:00 a.m Simduy 2:15 p.m Mission Arm Sunday School and church fit Yar- l>ro School auditorium. Training union. 7:00 p m. levelling Worship. 8 p.m. Luxora Churches As.sittim.v or not) .J. ('. PU'kinsoii. pastor inmrj a. m Sunday School. 11:0(1 a in. Worship Kervioe G:0il p.m. o A, Service 7:30 p.m. Saturday Service •7:30 pin Wednesday I'raycr service. f'HIWCII <)l' CIIIIIST Bible stndj 10 a. in Preaching 1] a in 7:[jO p.m. liu.1 and Hind KiiMlliiys ivom>r,,v\;i> roirxru iivr-i'isr Arnold <'tayloi\, Minister R'imlsi.v School 10 Worship Service-- 11:00 a.m C A Service 7:00 p.m HTU 7:00 p.m F.venlilE Worship 800 pill Wednesday Prayer Service 7 no HUFFMAN nil'liril OF' OOI) James \Yvnes. piislnr Sunday School 9--15 n.m Morning Worship 11:00 n m KveniiiK Service 7-.30 pin YPF Pnhirday 7-3(1 urn IIIII-TJ1AN BAPTIST David Mcl'rakc. pastor 10:00 a.m. Sunday School 11:00 Morning Service 7:30 pin B.T U Meeting H pin EvelliiiK Service Friday 7 p.m. choir practice and prayer meeting noiiN-n t.AKf.; C'HUUCI! 01'- CIIIIIST Thnmas I,. Conner. Minister Sunday School 10 a m Worship Service n a.m Wednesday Night Binle study 7:30 p.m. Wr.ST IJI,VT11KVII,!,K I'AIUSH Mi:i'noi)iST IV. I! Yoiinl. Paslur l''-sl-v Mrmorlnl Chiirrh Ch iv: School. 10 Oil 11.m Stipl ; 'loyd Davis Worslilp Service 11:00 n.m W"<shin 'Service 7 p.m iionx .Mr.TiroHIST cmiKCii Church School 10:00 n.m Supl Ivirl Baker ^ Wor.shi]) Krrvit-c 11 -fin u in """'" Worship Service 7-00 pin itin;i)i:'iTI; c'riniEC'ii oi ; con It i:. Sliaw. paslur Sunday School fl--|S » m Mnrninf! Worshlu 11 n m Ynnnt; Pcnnlo. 7'00 i> m Evening Worship H 00 p in . IIAI'TIST A. M. llnuslon pastor Suiulay School. 10 a.m Morning Wor.sliip II am TrnintilK IJniiui 7 p in Kvcnln'4 Service 7-30 pin Wednesday night prayer service 7 pin 10: MUST II.U'TfST A. II. Hill, iKislor a.m Simitay Hiihool. 1J:00 a.m. Wor.sliip Services. 0:00 p.m. B T U 7:0!) n m Worship Si'ivice 7:1)0 \y.m Wechichtiay I'rayoj S vice. I.UXOltA MK'I'liOIXS'l II. I,. Itohinson, 1'asUir Cl»uu-h SchCHjl 10 ;i.ui Morning Wor.sliip u a.m. Muminn Worship II a m M e I 1; o'd i .s t. Yuntli 1-VllowMit ^luill^. |] p.,,1 ICvetnny Worship Service 7 p.m VAIUlitO MISSIONARY BAPTIST Ucv. I'arkcr May. minister Sunday School 10 n.m r;OSM-:i.l. HAI'TIST Carl Casllcmiin pastur Sunday Pchool. 10-00 n m MoiniiiR Worship n (1(1 am Training Uul'iti. 7'.')0 p.m Evening Worship. B'OO pm Thursday, 1:30 p.m Prayer Service. MtMOIU'.l. K:\rTlST \V. O. Alilcn. paslor Sunday School 10'00 ti.m PreachiiiR 11:00 a.m Training Union 7-00 p.m EvciriiR Worship R-flO p rn/ Wednesday Prayer Meeting 1:30 OORNI-LL MKTIJOI1IST I .fir Aii'liTsoii, mi n isle r Cluirch School 10 n.rn Worship Service 11 a.m M.Y.F Groups fi p.m Kvrniru; Kcrvtre 7 p in Mid-Week 'Service Thursday p in. Churrhe I-1KST CIIHISTIAN' I.. It. Still. Jr. |<ir Morning Worship 10:50 a in Evening Service 7:30 pm. Midweek bcrvic« 7:30 n.m. FIRST METHODIST II. J. Couchlnan, pastor Sunday School, 9:45 a.m. Worship Service H a.m. Methodist youth Fellowship 6:li. Worship Service 7 p.m. Wednesday Youth Choir practlct :30 pm. Senior Choir 7:30 p.m. I'lHST BAPTIST Terry I'. Herring, pastor Sunday School 9:4ij a.m. Morning Worsliip U:00 a.m. BTU Union 6:30 p.m. Evening Service, 7:30 p.m. Midweek Sen-Ice 7:30 p.m. CIICUCII OK GIHilST Morning Worship 10:45 am. Evening Service 7:30 pin. Sunday School 9:45 a.m. Bible Study Tuesday and Friday. ST. MATTIIIUVS Kov. II. Tiaiu-ls Ml'Dcvlit pastor 1.-.I, 3rd and 5th Sundays Mass, 0:00 a.m. MUST I-I;NTI:COSTAI, Norman Kent, pastor livening Service 7:0" p.m. FIKST I'llKSllYTKIHAN I/. T. I.alvrence, pastor Sunday Sctiool 0:4S n m Alornin:; \Vorship. n a m Young People. 5:00 Wednesday evening service. 7:3o I'lHST ASSi:.MBl.V OP GOD UK .S. Broadway Itov. Murphy Smith, pastor .Sunday School 9:45 a.m. Morning Wor.sliip 11 a.m. YomiK People C.A.'s fi:-!5 p.m. Kvani;elislic Service 7:30 p.m. TimixlHv Kvenlni! 7:30 WMtl Friday 2 p.m. CAI.VAIIV III'ISCOI'AI. U'illiam J. 111/1.ugl,, Kex;i|;e.sima Chun:h tji:lirK)l 9:45. F.veliini; Prayer 7 p.m. 2 Hig Hits ONLY A I r\VHlf f. 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