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FRIDAY, JULY 15, 1949 BLYTHEVILLJ! (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS PACK THRU ate's Industry lowing Growth Resources Commission Reports Over 200 Mew Industrial Units ITTLE ROCK. July ansas continued jt.s 15. industrial •vth In 1948, but the pace was ttle slower than In 1947. rkansas Resources and De- >pnK>t Commission reported to- nat the number of new or anded industries In the state iled 207. The figure (or 1911 347. he industrial expansion created jobs; increased the state's lation. t the close of last year. Ark- had 2.555 industrial units i:ng nut a wide variety of prod- %—rau r aluminum, aluminum :i'.icts. paper, baseball bats, fuels, inicals. furniture, processed is. munitions, wearing apparel 'ric light bulbs, clay products hundreds of other items, hai-les Bowers, ARD engineer cedes that some units have t down nnce these figure.? v,-er< ipilccl, but lie L'atimates the los: *tne per tent, or around 25 units 'e«' manufacturing coining itit state last year totaled 165 ty-uvo esistini! plants cxpande< capacity. by one-fourth o FID Director Wayne Fletcher es ates the establishment of new i istry and expansion of other ories represents an investment S23.805.000. ew jobs created are estimated 16.500. Fletcher bases this (ig- on U.S. Department of Com- ce statistics listing three non- ory workers to service one fac- job. .umber and wood products top 'Industrial classification picture Bogus Currency Apparently Not Circulated Here Bogus $10 and S20 bills circulating in other sections of the country apparently haven't shown up in tills of BlythcvlUe stores and anks. a survey showed today. Periodic circulars warning banks, inance companies and law enforce- nenl officers have been sent out >y Ihe Federal Bureau of Investigation advising ihe.se groups to vatch for counterfeit bills of these denominations. A cross-section survey of banks, inance companies, the police de- lartmenl and the sheriff's office oday showed that none of these bills have appeared in circulation lerc. Officials of both banks, however, recalled the confusion that resulted several months ago when the new $20 bills lirst came out. These bill? showed Hie new porch ndded to the White House by President Truman and some landscape changes on the White House lawn. Man; persons thought these bills wen countefeit despite considerable pub licity given their distribution, FBI circulars point out severa details of printing on currency tha differ between aood and bad bills In general, counterfeit bills lad Ihe clarit:' and sharpness of rietai found on good money. Broken lines uneven coloring, "fuzzincss" of por traits and 'Iglitly off-color are among the chics to bogus bilU Frequently, one or a combina lion of these printing discrepsn cies will make a bogus bill "jui looV: bad in g^nernl." As one ban official put it: "A soori bill Jus looks good, and a bad bill jus looks bad." Llnsas 960 units. This :ain of 35 units in that cate- y from 1947. he second largest category, d and kindred products, scored largest Increase with 57 newts to raise the total to 756. 'liscellaneotis industries gained chemicals anrl allied products and machinery and metal piod- 15 each. :hird largest category in Arkan- is metal products with R total 168 units ai the end of 1948. me products are fourth with a of 11!. "here are 85 t -.emical units, tal milling 92. printing and allied iducts 82, textile mill products and other finished products 3-1. \ude Swimmer Lose* Erection; Winds Up n a Manhattan Her NEW YORK, July 15-WV—"How ) I gel to Hoboken from here?" sited tlie naked man. Coleman Roger Rafferty from ounty Sligo, Ireland, stood on a lanhattan pier, wearing nothing ut a friendly smile. More than a lile of Hudson River water separ- ted him from his clothing aboard ie S. s Boston city, tied up at Hoboken. N.J. Rafferty. a fireman aboard the hip. explained to a startled pier uard that he decided to so for cooling swim early yesterday. Overboard he dived. ''I lost my sense of direction, but kept on swimming," he said. The guard notified harbor police who said, "that's the guy we're ooking for in Hoboken." Police wrapped him in a blanket nd took him back to Hoboken. A police launch had stalled huiit- ng for Rafferty off Hoboken after a pier guard had heard Ihe splash of the Irishman diving into the Hudson b u I heard n o further .ounds. Young Peopl«'» Meeting. 7:15 pjn. CHUMJH OF CUBIST K, W. t>to«aJI, filler Sunday School 9:50 ajn. Worship Service 10:50 ajn. Bible Study, 8:45 pjn. Evening Service, t pjn. ASSEMBLY OF GOD Charles O. Pfeecc, pastor Sunday School, 8:45 a.m. Morning Worship. 11 a.m. Evening Service, 8 p.m. Prayer Meeting, Wednesday 7 p.m. Chrlsl Ambassador Services, 6:30 p.m. Children's Churcn, n:30 p.m Evangelistic Services. 7:30 pjn. 10 a.m., Sunday School and Bible Class. 11 a.m. Divine Worship. FIRST HWSBTTEBIAN Harvey T. KUU, nlalaUr 8:45 a.m., Sunday School. 11 a.m., Morning Worship, Sermon. "Justice and Judgment." 6:15 p.m., young People. Wednetdjj Prayer Meeting, TJO. LAKK STRKKT MKTHOD1ST Linu Harrison, pastor Sunday School, 9:4b a.tn I'rcaching Service 10:55 a.m W.S.C.S Monday 2:30 pjn Wednesday, Mid-Week Services 7:30 p.m FIRST BAPTIST CHAFKL MISSION Key. ft. C. Brown, pa&lor Worship Service 9:30 a.m. Sunday School. 10:30 am rraining Union, 6:15 pjn. •and Jury Indicts Boy, >, on Murder Charge ;HICAGO.'July 15. w,— A true charging Robert Munday. 15. iitttcd executioner of a thrce- ir-olrl playr.-.ate. with murder ; reported voted yesterday by Cook County Grand Jury, vlunday, a student in a school • backward children, is accused hanging Thomas "Whltey" Laux the basement of their two- artmcnt home in the stockyards strict, in a fit of anger. «J body was found stuffed In urmy barracks bag last Thursy in the basement. Neighbors d friends had sought the miss; child all night. Airline Wants to Give Service to Small Cities KANSAS CITY. July 15. Wj — Mid-Continent Airlines, Inc.. Kansas City. Wednesday field plication with the Civil Aeronai tics Board in WasV.ington for es tensive feeder air routes In nil midwesicrn states. J. W. Miller, president of tl air carrier, said the applicatio was marie in event CAB disapproves his company's proposal to acquire the 4.000 route mile structure of Parks Air Lines. Inc., East St. Louis. III., which now is awaiting action of the board. Among the feeder routes which Mid-Continent seeks to operate under the contingent application includes: Kansas City to Tulsn via the intermediate points of Topeka, Em- [joria, Chamite and CoffeyviUe, Kan., and BartlesviUe, Okla. St. Louis, Mo., and East St. Louis, III., to Davenport. Ta., Moline, Til., via Hannibal. Mo.. Quiucy. 111., Keokuk-Fort Madison, Burlington and Muscatine, 111. Dr. William 0. Penrose To Join Delaware U. Staff 1'AYETTEvr.LLE. Ark., July 15— Wi—Dr. William O. Penrose said today he will leave the University of Arkansas following the summer session to become dean of the University of Delaware School of Education. A native of Hunter. Ark.. Dr. Penrose h a s served as associate director of the General Extension Service at the University for the past year. Britain to Slash Imports from U.S. By 25 Per Cent LONDON, Julv 15—Wj—This year Britain will import only 75 cents' worth of goods for every dollar's worth she bought last year in the United States and other areas demanding payment in dollars. S i r Stafford Cripps announced the slash yesterday—a cut of $400,000.000 off the Sl.600.000.000 spent last year. Since some prices have dropped, the cut will not necessarily mean a 25 per cent reduction in tonnage But the effort upon American factories and farms will be marked. Cripps told the House of Commons of plans to cut tobacco imports from America and mentioned timber, paper and pulp, non-ferrous metals and steel as other types of goods due for slashing. Britian will lower her sugar ration from 10 to eight ounces weekly. Candy will go back on ration Aug. 14. at the rate of four ounces per person. Cipps knocked S20.000.000 off the 4110,000.000 originally set aside for tile purchase of tobacco. FIRST BAPTIST E. C. Brown, pasUir Sunday School, 9:45 a.m. MormnB Worship Service. 10:55 a.m Training Onion, 6:15 p.m. Evening Worship Services. 7:30 p.m Wednesday Sunday School Caoi- uet Meeting. 6:45 p.m Prayoi Service. 7:4b p.m Officers and Teachers meeting 7:00 p.m Wednesday, choii renearsal, 8:30 p.m TEMPLE 1SRAKI. Dr Alfred Viw, rabbi Friday, » p.m., Sabbath Services. FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH Lester D. Strubhar, pa&tur 3:45 a.m., Sunday School. 11 a.m., Morning Worship. Re- |K>rts of Laymen's League State Retreat, by W. A. Stovall ami K. G. Lewis: Sermon, "What Jesus Said about Life After Death." 6:18 p.m., Chi Ro Senior C.Y.F with the Presbyterian young people. At their church. Monday, 7 p.m.. Boy Scout*. Wednesday, 7:30 p.m.. Senior Choir. CHRISTIAN SCIKNCK SERVICES Women's Clubhouse 1416 W. Main Life is the subject of the Lesson-Sermon which will be read In all churches and Societies of the Church of Chrisl. Scientists, on Sunday. ST. STEPHEN'S EPISCOPAL. Win. J. Fllzhuch, Prlesl In Charje Fifth Sunday after Trinity. 11 a.m.. Morning Prayer. WEST Bl.YTHEVILI.E METHODIST PAK1SH William B .Yount, pastor LONE OAK—Worship services at 11 a.m. on the flrsL and third GOSNELL METHODIST Lee AadenoB, putor Church School, 10:00 a_m Worship Serrice, 11:00 *"• M.TJ. Group*, 7 p.m Evening Serrice, T:30 pjn. Prayer Meeting, 1:30 p-m* Wednesday. HOOULAN'l) COR NEK BAPTIST Sunday School, 10:00 ajn. Worship Service, 11:00 air B. T. U. 7:00 p.m Evening Worship, 1:00 p-m. Wednesday Prayer Service, 7:00. 10:00 a.m.. Worship Service*, second and fourth Sundays, 11:00 ajn.; llrst and third Sundays, £00 pm. NEW LIBERTY BAPTIST Kile mllea South H'thwaj Cl Russell Daffer, putt* Sunday School, 10:00 ajn Morning Worship. 11:00 ajn. Training Union, 7:00 p.m. Evening Worship Service, 7:00 p.m, CLEAR LAKE BAPTIST J. C. Cox, pulor Sundaj School, 9:45 ajn Worship Service, 11:00 ajn. Training union, 1 p.m Worship Service, 8 p.m Mid-Week Service, 7:30 pjn. Wednesday. CALVARY BAPTIST 16th and Chlckasawba P. U. Jernigao pastor Sunday School, 9:45 ajn Morning Worship 11:00 a.m. intermediate G A 's 5:30 pjn B. T U. 1:00 p.m Wednesday choii rehearsal and Evening Worship, 8:01) p.in officers and teachers meeting at the same hour, 7:00 p.m Wednesday Prayei Meeting, 8:00 Friday. Men's Brotherhood CHUKCH Ot THE IMMACULATE CONCEPTION' Rev. K. Francis Mcitevitt. paslor Sunday Masses, 7:30 and 10:00 Sundays conducted by pastor. On other Sundays by laymen from First Methodist Church. BlythcvlUe Church School—10 a.m. every Sunday. Miss Marjorl Robertson, superintendent. HALF MOON-Worshlp services at 11 am. on second and fourth Sundays by pastor, on other Sundays by laymen from First Methodist Church, Blytheville. Church School—10 a.m. every Sunday. Earl Baker, superintendent. NUMBER NINE BAPTIST Gene ShiUUj paitor Sunday School. 9:45 a.m Morning Worship, 11:00 ajn Sunday 2:15 p.m. Ubsion Arm Sunday School and church at Yarbro School auditorium training Union, 7 p.m. evening Worship. 8 pm GATEWAY TABERNACLE L. G. Borah, pastor Church Service, 9:«j ajn Evening Worship, 7:30 p.m. Church Service. Wednesday and Friday. 7:30 p.m Luxora Churches ASSEMBLY OF GOD J. C. Uleklnnon, pastor 10:0fl a.m Sunday School 11:00 a.m. Worship Servlc* 5:00 pjn. C. A Service 7:30 p m Saturday Service. 7:30 p.m. Wednesday Prayer service. CHURCH OK CHRIST Oscar L. HAT» inlnliler Biljle Study, 10 a.m. Preaching, 11 a.m. 1:30 p.m. on first and third Sundays. tTRST BAPTIS'I A. B. Hill, pastor 10:00 a.m Sunday School. 11:00 am Worship Services. 6:00 p.m B T. D 7:00 Din Worship Service. 7:00 pjn. vVednesday Prayer Service. HALF MOON ASSEMBLY OF GO1) Kev. Martin Reagan, paMor Sunday School, 10:00 a.m Morning Worship. 11:00 ajn C. A Service, 7:00 p.m Evening Worship, 8:00 pjn. Wednesday prayer service. 7:10 olJXOIIA MKTHODIST it. I. HiiHisun. pastor Church School. 10 a.m Morning Worship, 11 a.m. Methodist Youth Fellows hi groups fi p.m Evening Worship Service 7 p.m The coyote may have, three to 10 pups in a litter. with the /P/IRTU/ "35F" [Cv for IndsBM — Out- d*art. Day er Night j • Synchronized (er Flath • Built-in Filter • Focusing Mount Her«'» o camera Ifiot provides smooth, :ondid thooting at lowest cost. Jsts inexpensive cartridge loading J5mm film. . . . 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Bagley, pastor Church School. 9:45 a.m Morning Worship 11 ajn Youth Chon Rehearsal. 5:45 p.m 6:30 p.m Junioi Fellowship; Intermediate M Y F.: Senior-Young ,'eoples M.yjT Evening Service, T:30 p.m. After church fellowship, 8:30 p.m. Wednesday, choii rehearsal 7:30 p.m Bible study 8:30 D.m FULL GOS'l'EL TABEKNACL* Lilly and Vine E. T. Kelley, paslnr Sunday School 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship, I] a.m. Young People, 6:« p.m Evening Worship. 7:30 pjn. FIRST LUTHERAN 517 W. Walnut Rev. G. Mipssli-r, pastor ' IMMANUEL BAPTIST Erick C. Hecksher. putor Sunday School, 10 a.m Morning Worship, 11 ajn. Training Union, 7 p.m Evening Service, 7:30 p.m Wednesday night prayer service. 7 p.m. GOSNELL BAPTIST Carl Cafcllrman, pastor Sunday School, 10:00 ajn Morning Worship, 11:00 ajn. Training Union, 7:3o pjn Evening Worship. 8:00 p.m Thursday, 7:30 p.m. Prayer Service. AK.Y1ORH. BAPTIST W. O. Auten, pastor Sunday School, 10:00 aju. Preaching, 11 -00 a.m Training Union, 7:00 pjn Evening Worship, 8:00 p.m. HUFFMAN CHURCH O* CiOD James Wynea, pastor Sunday School. 9:45 ajn Morning Worship. ir.OC ajn. Evening Service, 7:30 pjji. Y.P.E.. Saturday 7:30 pjn HUFFMAN BAPTIST David Me Poke putor 10:00 a.m. Sunday School. 11:00 a.m. Morning Service 6:00 p.m. Evening Service 6:00 p.m.. B T. U. Meeting Friday, 7 p.m. choU practice and prayer meeting. Osceola Churches FIKST CHRISTIAN U R. Still Jr. pastor Mornlnii Worship 10:51' a.m. Evening Services 7:00 p.m. Midweek Service 7:30 pjn. B. T. Union, «:*> p.m. Evening Serpice, 7:30 pm. Midweek Service, 1:JO pan, CHURCH OF CBBIKT O. CX Thorn p Moraine Worship, 10:45 ma. Evening Service, 7:30 pjn Sunday School, »:4S ajn. Bible Study, Tuesday and Friday. :30 pjn, 8T. MATTHEW • Her. B. Prandi MeOerttt ***tar 1st, 3rd and 6th Sunday* Mas«, 8:00 a.m. FIRST PENTBCOSTAI, N'orman Kent, putw Evening Service, 7:30 pja. FIRST METHODIST H. J. CwichmaB, ptattr Sunday School, 9:45 ajn. 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