PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Young Marines Train for Combat Under Fire, Conditions of War (MMor'i Note Thli Is Ihe Uit I •< * three-parl ttrltl on haw mlUUiy (raining eampi ire tea- ehlnf and ioughenlni men In prtparednesa for what the world •Itutton may bring.) Bj ED CREAC.H CAMP LEJEUNB, N. C., Oct. 13. (JPl— You know It's only practice. You know the shell bursts aren't real, that there aren't going to be «ny casually lists. And yet— Your scalp tightens and four fingernails gouge your plams as yuo watch the Marines train for combat on the fields and beaches of Camp •LeJeune. A big lank lumbers out of the underbrush, Us machine guns coughing, m your foxhole, you aim your bazooka—try to hold it steady. The loader, crouching beside you, slaps you on the rump by way of saying "ready." One last squint through the stght. Then you squeeze the trigger! Kerplowle! There's, no kick against your shoulder but the sudden explosion deafens you (or the moment. You hardly notice your dnd rocket bounce harmlessly off the lank. "Right between Ihe eyes'" a captain calls out cherrily. "You'd have slopped that baby dead in Its tracks. How'd you like a commission?" Lauri Come Slowly He's kidding, naturally, but your laugh coroej slowly. You have a dim notion, for the first time, of what It-may be like to be In Korea. Suppose the tank hadn't been firing blanks? Suppose you had missed with the bazooka?" Go to Camp MJeune, a 200- square-mlle tract carved out of the swamps and sand dunes of the North Carolina coast, and you'll see how a Marine gets to be a Marine —how a man is trained for what may be the life-or-death task of atorming tomorrow's beachheads. It's a pleasani. place lor such » grim occupation. The trim brick CJeorglan buildings are handsomer than you usually see at a military post. The autumn days are pleasant at LeJeune — though the sun • Is merciless in summer and mildew flourishes in the damp air. LeJeune Is battle-educating two kind! of men now: recruits rresh from baslo training and reservists filtering in from all parts of the country'. If. A RUK t ed Life It's a rugged life for all of them. Here you'll see flabby ex-sergeants grunting through an ob- •taele course that would tire a professional acrobat. They aren's flabby lor long, though. A Jew weeks of Marine training and the old muscle tone comes back. In spite of the temporary manpower shortage, you quickly see why Camp LeJeune, home of the Second Marine Division, calls Itself the world's most complete amphibious training base. On Coney Island—like beaches. Marines/in ducks and amtracs •warm ashore under the critical «ye« of officers who have gone through more eventful landings on the hot sands of the Solomons and the blood-drenched shores of Tar- tva. Tlght-Llpped KecrulU .Her* In an open field, across the «tat« highway from a hot-dog stand, tight-lipped recruits swarm over the side of a make-believe ahip In to a makerbelleve landing craft, their field packs flapping. If anyone has the strange notion that the Marines aren't as rugged « they used to be, introduce him of Stf, Sgt. John E. Bntkowsk! of Washington, D. C., called back Into the regulars after 12 years of civilian life. "Okay, so I'll be « In December," Butkowski said. "They haven't shown me anything yet that I haven't been able to do. Glad to be back? You're darned right I'm glrul. I'm proud that I can meet the physical requirements. And I don't know anything In the world that's better than being a United States Marine]" Kefauver Threatens Underworld Figure NEW YOHK, Oct. 13. 'MI—Sen. Estcs Kefauver (D-Tcnni threatened yesterday to recommend contempt proceedings against an associate of underworld figure Frank Costello if he continues to refuse to answer questions before the Senate committee Investigating crime. Kefauver, whose committee Is nere investigating Inter-state gambling operations In New York and New Jersey, told reporters that Meyer Lansky yesterday refused to answer these questions:" Whether he had connections with the Flamingo Club in Las Vegas. Nev.. the Beverly Club, near New Orleans, and "If he had any interests In Saratoga." Blythcville FULL GOSFEI. TABKRNACLK Lillj in* Via, E. 1. Kelly. r».(or 9:4S Sunday School Pay Austin superintendent. Classes for all age* 11:00 Mornlni Worship «:« P.YP.A. meeU with president, Gene Ledbmer 7:45 Evangelistic Service with sermon by pajttor. ruesday and Friday nights serv- Ices at 1:45 Tuesday night 1» P.Y.P.A Js'ighl. OF GOD Ret. E. C. flnu, pallor Sunday School t:4& am Mornlni Worship 11 00 un Women's Missionary Council 6:10 p,m Men'i cooperative Council «:30 p-m Christ's Ambassador* 6:30 p.m Junior Christ Ambauadora e:30 p m Evangelistic Service T.ft pn. Tuejdaj 7:30 p.m Prayer Metting, Thursday 7:30 p.m Bible Study CALVARY BAPTIST 16lh and Chlck««»wb» P. H. Jernlgan, putor Sunday School (:30 »jn- Morning Worship 11:00 am Intermediate G A '• 5:30 pj BT.TJ 7:00 p.m. Evening Worship »:00 r.m Wednesdaj choir rehersal and officers and teacher* meeting at the same hour 7:00 Wednesday Prayer Meeting 8:00 Friday Men's Brotherhood CHURCH OF THE IMMACULATE CONCFITION Rev. ARIMI H. Enderlln. Pastor Rev. Bernard G. Malone AssUtanl Paitvr Sunday Masses, 7:30-10. a.m. Weekday Masses 6:45-8 a.m. Holy Days 8:00 and 8 a.m. Friday Novena devotions 7:00 p.m. Confessions Saturday 7:00-8:00 p. m. Morning Worship 11 a.m Youth Choli Rehearsal &:« prn 6:30 p.m Junior Fellowship, intermediate M.Y.F. Senior- young Peoples M V.F Evening Sen-Ice 7:30 After church fellowship 8:30 p m Wednesday, choir rehearsal 7:10 TEMFLK ISRAEL Dr. Alfred Vise. Rabbi Sunday 10 a.m. Sunday School for nil groups. Sunday *:30 p.m. Celebration of National B'nal B'rith Day. KIHST rRKSBYTKRIAN CHURCH l\ev Harvey Kldd, pastor 9.45 Sunday School 11 a.m. "The Supremacy of Christ." 6.3( p.m. Yumig People's Alcetlng 7:30 p.m. "Close-up of Jcrcmlnh." Wednesday 6:30 Covered dish dinner. 7:30 prayer Meeting 8 p.m. Choir Rehearsal. CHURCH OF CHRIST Harold F. Sharp, Evangelist Main and Hljhway HI Two, morning worship services— 8:45 a.m. "The Spirit of Christ" Song service directed by James Thomson. Bible Classes 9:50 a.m. Second morning worship hour 10:50 a.m. "The Spirit of Christ." Song service directed by W. T. Shcl- ton. Bible Classes 6:45. Evening worship 7:30 p.m. "Origin and Claims of Catholicism No. 4," Monday 7:30 Men's Bible Class, SVertncsdny 9 a.m. Ladles' Bible Clnss. Wednesday evening Bible classes. 7:30 p.m. FRIDAY, OCTOBER II, 1M| ST. STEPHEN'S EPISCOPAL William I, K'itihuth, vlrar Nineteenth Sunday afU;r Trinity. 7:30 a.m. Holy Communion. 9:30 a.m. Church School 1:30 p.m. Holy Confirmation The night Reverend n. Bland Mitchell of Little Rock, Bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Arkansas, will conduct confirmation ceremony. Rural Churches G.tTF.WAT TABERNACLE I*, (j torah, paslor Church Service. 9:45 am Evenlnt Worship. 7'30 p.m HUFFMAN BAPTIST D»rid McFrake, pallor 10.00 a.m Sunday School 11:00 a.m Morning Service 7-30 p.m B.TU Meeting 8 r>m Evening Service Friday ^ p.m choir practice and orayer meeting BURDF.TTE CHURCH OF GOD Rev. O. E, May Sunday School 0.46 a.m. Morning Worship U fl.m Young People. 7:00 p.m ( Evening Worship 8:00 p.m. HALF MOON ASSE.MBI.V OF r.OI> Rev Martin Reagan. pa»t«r Si.lulay School 10'00 a.m Worship Service 11 00 am ' Y'ung Peoples CA Service f30 p.m. ' Evening Church Worship 7-.30 p.m MUi-Wcek Service Friday t p.m HUFFMAN CHURCH OF GOD James Wynes. pastor Sunday School B 46 s.m Morning Warship 11.00 a.m Evening Service 7:30 p.m Y P.E Saturday 7:30 p.m ROUND I,AKF. CHURCH OF CHRIST Sunday Schoo! 10 a.m Communion 11 a.m. Bilile Study 7:30 p.m. Wednesday Night Bible Study 7:30 p.m VARBRO MISSIONARY BAPTIST ReT Parker Hay minister Sunday School 10 vm Preaching Service 11 a.m B.TU 6-30 p.m Preaching 7:30 p.m Prayer Meeting Friday night . Cl.F.AR LAKE BAPTIST J. t.. C.f, putcr Sunday School 9 45 t.m Worship Service 11:00 t.m Training Union t'.'iO p.m Worship Service 1:30 p.m. Mld-Week Service 7:30 p.m nesday Wed. VARRRO METHODIST CRIIBCH Unler F.. Vo»-r!l, Minister i Church School every Sunoaj 10 a.m Church Worship Services, 2nd »nd lourth Sundays 11 am. first »nd third Sundays 1 p.m PSCS first and third Sunday PROMISED LAND METHODIST CHURCH Unify K. Vowell, Minister Church School every Sunday 10 a.m Church Worship Services — flr«t and third Sundays 11:00 a.m Second and fourth Sundays 6 30 p.m M.Y.F meetings lecond tnd fourth Sundays 6:30 p.m. WSCS second and fourth Thuri- days WEST BI.YTHEVII.I.K PARISH MKTHODIST W. B Vount. Putar H'etle; Mrmoriml Church Church School. 10:00 a.m. Sup! Floyd Davis Worship Service 11:00 a.m Woishlp Service 7 p.m HALF MOON MKTHODI8T CHURCH Church School 10:00 a.m tupt Kurt Baker Worship Service 11:00 a.m Worship Service 7 - 00 pm WOODLAND CORNER RAPTIS1 Arnold Clayton, Minister Sunday School 10 a.m Worship Service—1J-00 a.m C A Service TOO p.m B.TU 7-00 p.m Evening Worship <.00 p.m Wednesday Prayei Service 7:00 IMMAMIEI. BAPTIST A. M. Houston, pantor Sunday School 10 a.m Morning Worship 11 a.m rralnlng Union 7 p.m Evening Service. 7:30 p.m Wednesday night prayer service 1 p m lee. AKMOBEL BAPTIST W. C. EdmORdton, Sunday School 10:00 IJK. Pre«chln| 11:00 ».m Training Union 7:00 p.m Evening Worship »:00 p.m. Wednesday Prayer Meeting 7:>o noSNKI.t. METHODIST Le« AnHer««B, mlnteter Church School 10 t.m Worship Service n a.m. M Y.F Oroups I p.m Evening Service 7 p.m. Mld-Week Service Thur«dij • NEW I.IBKK'I'V BAPTIST Fire mllei South Hlthwtj fl Kunell Duffer. >*>Ur Sunday School 10:00 a.m Morning Worship 11:00 ».m Training Union 1 p.m Evening Worship Service I p.m NUMBER NINE BAPTIST Gene Shulti, paiter Sunday School »'45 i.m Morning Worship. 11:00 am Sunday 2:15 p.m Mission Arm bro School auditorium Training Union. 7:00 p.m Sunday School and church at Tar- Evening Worship. « p.m.- Luxoro Churches ASSEMKl.V OF COD 10:00 am Sunday School 11:CO a.m Worship Service 6:00 Pm O A Service 7:30 l/.m Saturday Service 7:30 p.m Wednesday Prayer service. COSNEI.I. BAPTIST Carl Cattleman pastnr Sunday School, 10:00 am Morning Worship 11'00 a.m rralnlng Unhn. 7-30 pm Evening Worship. "00 p.m Thursday 7-30 nm Prnvrr Rerv FIRST LUTHERAN CHUBCM Sixth and Walnut G MinHler. Pa«<or '•Moment* with God" KLCN •ach Sunday 9:30 a.m. Sunday School 10:00 a.m. Divine Worship 11:00 ».m. FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH Lreter D. SlraMiar. mmliter 9:30 a.m Choi] Practice^ 9:45 a m Sunday School*, 10:50 a.m Morning Worship 6:15 Chi Rho Juniot and Senior C. Y. F. Lunch. 1:30 p.m. Chi Rho Junior Senior C. Y. F Lesson 7:30 p.m. Evening Worship and CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SOCIETY I 1211 » Malm St. Sunday School 9:30 a.m. 'Sunday Service 11:00 ixn Reading Room Wednesday 2:304:30 p.m. Wednesday Semce B p.m. "Doctrine of Atonement" will be read En all churches and Societies of the Church of Christ, Scientist, on Sunday. LAKE STREF.T METHOIMS1 CHURCH Rer. George McGhehey. »»«tor Bob McHaff^y church School tju perintendent; p B Jarrati chair man ol the Board ot Stewards, Mrs Bill} King, president ol WSCS Sunday School lO'OO a.m Morning Worship 11:00 ajn MYF 5 p.m Evening Worship 7 p.m WSCS 2:30 p.m Monday Choii Practice 7 p.m Wednesday 10:55 1:30 Cost of Rail Wage Hikes Outlined WASHINGTON. Oct. 13. OT)—The railroad industry estimated yesterday that pending union wage demands would raise costs 41.000.000,000 a year and force fare and freight rate hikes of 15 per cent. Stirred by the newest demands of vmlons representing 1,250,000 em- ployes, the industry's statisticians contended that a boost of that size in nil freight and passenger revenues would be needed to oflscl. wage demand* announced or already up 'or bargaining. Louisiana has no counties. The term "parish" Is given to the civil territorial divisions in that slate. __MORE PEOPLE SUV St.Joseph ASPIRIN ANV orNrir THf WOULD FIRST BAPTIST E C. Brown, paslor Sunday School 9:40 a.m Morning Worship Service, am Training Union. 6:30 p.m. Evening Worship Services p.m. Wfdnesday Sunday School Cabinet Meeting 6:45 p.m Prayer Service, 7:45 p-m Officers and Teachert meeting 7:00 p.m FIRST CHURCH OF TH* NAZARENE Royal G. Schulli. Pastor Sunday Schoo' 9 45 am Sermon by pastor II R.m Sermon by pastor 7:30 p.m Nazarene Tralnint Union 6:30 p.m Wednesday Night Prayer itfeel ing 1 "30 p.m W.F.MS Wednesdaj afternoon : p.m. Sunday School Visitation rrld»y 7:00 p.m FIRST BAPTIST CHAPEL MISSION Rer Oirld Smith Sunday School 9:40 Worship S rvlce 10:55 a.m. Training Union ' :30 pjn Evening Worship 1:JO pm FIRST METIIOniST Roy I. Bajley. Pastor Church Scnool 8 45 a.m DR. BUCK'S EYE WATER FOR PEOPLE, HORSES, DOCS, AND POULTRY^ Containi No Poilon HARMLESS AND PAINLESS H'lllnol Injure. Hellovcj <]iileklf. I!« It for Inllamatlon of the Eyes, For Burning, Strained, or Aching Kyes, and Pink Eyrs. For Sale it Druj Storej or CHRIST Bob Woodward. £vangelUt Bible slud\ Id a.m Morning Worship 11, a.m, Communion 11:45. Evening Worship 7:00 p.m. Thursday, 7:30 p.m. Bible Class. Ft RSI B APT; si A K Hill pa.tor J. C Dickinson, pa i tot 10: a m Sunday School 11:00 a.m Worship Servioea 6:00 p.m ; B T U 7:00 pm Worship Service 7:00 p.m Wednesday prayei. Service. I.UXORA MF.THOO1S1 11. L. Kohinson Pastor Church School 10 a.m" Mornlnp Worship u a.m Hethe/dlit Youth iro'jpe. ( p.m. Worship •errtoe T 9m. Osceola Churches FfKIT CMklSTIAN U K. Ktlll. Jr. »Mt« Mornln« Worthlp 10:M im £\'tn\ni Service 7:30 pja. Midweek bervwe 7:30 p.m. CALVARY EPISCOPAL William J. FilihUfh, vicar Nineteenth Sunday aft«r Trinity. « a.m. Holy Communion. 9:iS Church School 11 a.m. Holy Confirmation, The Right Reverend R. Bland Mitchell conducts service. fWST BAPTIST Percy F, Hfrrlnt Sunday School i-.u, am Mornlni Worship u 00 ajn. BTU Union 6:30 p.m Evening Service. 7:10 pjn •• Midweek Service 1:30 p.m. CHURCH OF CHRIST S. r Heeler. Evan^elltt Morning Worship 10:46 a m Evening Service 1:30 pm Sunday School 9:45 a.m Bible Study Tuesday and Ftldaj ST MATTHEWS ReT. Amos H Enderlln Every Sunday Was.s 9 a.m. Holy Days 6:00 and 8 a.m. First Friday of month 7-30 am rmS'l PENTECOSTAL Norman Kent, pastor Evening Service 7:(y pm F1RS1 PRESBYTERIAN L. 1. Lawrence, pastor Sunday School 9-45 am Morning Worship, n a.m Toun« People, f :•» fm. rtMT AMnOLT Of 40* 4e* •. mnutn, •Ver. Muryk; tmHh, futtm Sunday School »:« »JD. Uorninf Worship II »A y»un» People a* '* «:<* pm. Evu>(elljtic aerrlee 1-M p«. Thundty Bfeninc 1:M p.» WMC PrloUj I pa. GarlaiU C. Teller, 8ur.de; School. »:«! t Worship Service 11 tm Methodic! Tout!. Fellowship f:la Worship Serrtee 1 pJB , Wednwdaj Youth Choir prsetic* ml :M pm Senior Chair 1:M fM. ~ WILSON CHTTFCHK* Flrat MeikodM Chweh H. Lynn WUr, putw Sunday School" 10 a.m. Elitnw Beall, superintendent. • Preaching 11 a.m. by the Her. John T. Self of Luxora. Methodist Youth Fellowship «:3» p.m. Mrs, Dewey Stott*, adult leader. Meteorites are not public prop* erty. According to court rulinjj they belong to the owner of the land on which they are found. MMWUK, S.S.S. BlooHToni(;jo«..<r«il!>t j TIRED U> WOfk wh*r* »lieh w*«Vn*«* ]•••« • M »ft» lxi~: «>mi>UI~ llo« HIC AK „( »iui ^<>~fk ^r^t'llEIUi •*•• HWWHHI tnod. A*k »l » .u,™ torS.S.S.Toiic. H.H IW Te* Nl II *ea THE UNITED STATES MARINE BAND WILL PLAY TUESDAY, OCT. 17, AT THE AMERICAN LEGION AUDITORIUM Plan now lo attend this concert by The United Stales auspices of th« Courier News and the Blytheville High !\ I') ri M a 11 n n J 'I 1 !, _. ...!iii..i. .11 . fi . . ' j t-i.i i»» i ... .. . _ * Marine HanH. There will be both an afternoon and an evoniiitf performance on Tuesday. Admission charge for Die malini'e nl 2:.'(0 are: school children, 60c... stiulls, .$1.20 (lax included). For the night pcrformnnce: Kencral admission, $1.80.. .reserved seats, §2.10 (tax inchidcd). Since there are only SOO reserved seats, please make your reservations now. Remember, this military hand is brought (o you under (he School Band... with all profits given to the'Btythe- ville High School Itond. MAIL ORDERS ACCEPTED NOW Send Cheek to Courier Newt, Blyfheville MERCURY RECORDING ARTISTS In a Galaxy of Fun for All at the J •» C <•''»'>. x> jr COTTON^ BALL FRIDAY, OCTOBER 13 WALKER PARK Mam Exhibit Building 10 p.m. 'till ? Advance Tickets 3 50 Per Couple $4 Per Couple at Door Tickets Now on Sale at all Kirby Drug Stores PLAN NOW TO ATTEND! THE 1950 COTTON BALL WILL BE BIGGER AND BETTER THAN EVER!
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