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FRIDAY, TOVT », 1949 "-" BLTTHEVTLLE (ARK.y COURIER HEW* PAGE THREE U.S. 'Know-How' Stolen by Reds Trad* Agency Head Says Technical Data Taken for 25 Years CHURCH NEWS mon, "Th* F«ril of FriYil«««." 8:15 p.m.—Younc People. WASHINGTON. July 29. (if, — American Industrial know - how "worth billions ot dollars." has been stolen by Soviet spies in the last 25 years, a Senate Judiciary Sub- cMunlttee was told yesterday. *Tn« witness was J. Anthony Marcus of Neu" York City, president of the Institute of Foreign Trade. He described the institute as a private organization that advises American exporting and im porting firms. Marcus, who said he came to this country from Russia in 1910 testified that "I have been witnessing Ihe filching of American lech- tlotofrical know-how" by Russia] agents over Ihe last quarter of ; century. 'Tile center of the Soviet economic spy system in America," he said, 'has been and still is the Amtorc Trading Corporation of New York." Amtorg is the Russian government's trains agency. The committee is holding hearings on a bill of Senator Mi-Carran (D-Nev) to malic it easier for the government to bar or deport sub- versi'-e aliens. Threat Taken Too Utility Marcus told the committee that the threat of "industrial espionage in America" l« taken too lishtly. relating this story to back up his point: He said that last December, about a month after the magazine Plain Talk published an article by Mnr- cus dealing with the subject. »e met "my sood friend" Lamniot DuPont in the Waldorf Astoria Hotel in New York Marcus Quoted the industrialist fffritaving about his article: "Why (rtPhet up about it? Let the Russians steal our industrial secrets: they won't know what to do with it anyway." Marcus said he was "amazed at such a naive remark from the former chairman of the board of the most vital industrial enterprise In war and In peace." He testified that Pussia's economic progress would have been Impossible without the technological know-how "they have managed to carry away from here." Soviet agents, he said, find it "comparatively easy to carry away a blueprint or a shot drawing trom a plant, have it microfilmed or photostated and return it fti* next morning without detection." Blytheville FIRST CHUKCH OF THE KAZABENE Sunday School. 8:4= ajn. Young People's Meeting 7:18 p CHUHCU Ot CHKIST E. W- Stuvall, pastor Sunday School 9:60 ajn Worship Service 10:50 ajn. Bible Study, b'.tb p.m. Evening Service. H p.m ASSEMBLY Ot tiOD Charles U. Neecc, pastor Sunday School, t):45 ajn Morning Worship 11 a.m Evening Service, 8 p.m Prayei Meeting. Wednesday 1 pjn. Christ Ambassador Services 6:30 p.m Children's Church o:30 p-m Evangelistic Services 7:30 pjn. TEMPLE ISRAEL Dr All ret V!M, rabbi Next services after announcement FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH Lttttr L). Strllbhar, p«Ur 9:4o a.m., Sunday School 11 a.m. Morning Worship. Sermon, "Be Still and Know That. I Am God." 6:15 p.m.—Senior c.Y.P. Monday. 7 p.m., Boys Scouts, Official Board meeting. Wednesday, 7:30 p.m,, Senior Choir. •»rvt<«, 1:M pm, Pr»y« Matting, 7:30 Si-m, Wed- CocaineTraffic Rise Is Called 'Disturbing' LAKH STREEI MKTHUUIST Linza Harrison, pastor Sunaa.v Senoui 9:4b a.m 1'teaHimg Service lU:5b ajn W.S.C.S Monday 2:30 pjn Wednesday Mid-Week Servioet 7:30 p.m FIKST BAPTIST CHAPEL MISSION Rev. t (J. Brown pastor Worship Service 9 30 a.m Sunday School. L0'30 a.m Training Union 6:15 p.m FIKST BAPTIST C. C. Brown pastor Sunday School 9:45 ajn Morning Worship Service. 10:5& a.ni Tiainlng Union, 6:15 p.m. Evening Worship Services. 7:30 o.in Wednesday Sunday School Cabinet Meeting 6:4b p.m Prayei Service. 7:45 p.m. Officer* and Teachers meeting J:00 p.m Wednesday, choll rehearsal. 8:30 p.m. CALVARY BAPTIST ISIh and Chii-kasawba r. H. Jernigao pastor Sunday School. 9:4is a.m Morning Worship Ll'.UO ajn. Intermediate G A 's 5:30 pjn B, T U. 7:00 p.m Wednesday choii rehearsal and Evenin? Worship, 8:00 p.m officers and teachers meeting at the same hour, 7:00 p.m Wednesday Prayei Meeting, 8:00. Friday. Men's Brotherhood. CHUKCH <>!• THF, IMMACULATE CONCEPTION Ret. B. Francis McOevltt, pastor Sunday Masses, 1:30 and 10:00 a.m. CHRISTIAN' SCIKN'CE SOCIETV 1211 W. Main St. Services i. 11 a.m.; Wed. 8 p.m. Love is the subject of the Lesson-Sermon which will be read in all churches and Societies of the Church of Christ. Scientist on Sun day. ST. STEPHEN'S EPISCOPAL Urn, J. Fllzhugh. Print In Charge Seventh Sunday after Trinity. 11 a.m.. Morning Prayer WEST BLVTHEVILLC METHODIST PARISH William B .Yount, pastor LONE OAK—Worship services at 11 a.m. on the first ana third Sundays conducted by pastoi on other Sundays by laymen from First Methodist jlmrcli. Blytheville Church School- 10 a.m. every Sunday. Miss Marjorl Robertson superintendent HALF MOON -Worship services at U a.nv on second and fourth Sundays by pastor On othei Sundays by laymen from First Methodist Church. Blytlieville. Church School—10 a.m every Sunday Earl Baker, superintendent. Rural Churches 8URDETTE CHURCH OI GOD R E. Shaw, pastor Sunday School 9:45 a.m Morning Worship, n am Young People 7:0u pjn Evening Worship 8:00 pjn IMMANUEl BAPTIST trick C. Hecksher putor Sunday School. 10 a.m Morning Worship. 11 a.m. Training Union, 7 p.m Evening Service. 7:30 p.m Wednesday night prayer sen-let 7 p.m GOSNELL BAPTIST Cart Castleman, pxstor Sunday school. 10:00 ajn Morning Worship. 11:00 ajn Training Union, 7:30 p.m Evening Worship. 8:00 pjn Thursday. 7:30 pan. Prayer Service WOODLAND COKNEft BAPTIST Sunday School, 10:00 t.m. Worship Service, 11:00 tJn. B, T. U. 7:00 p.m Evening Worship, COO P-m. Wednesday Prayer Service. 1:00. NEW L1BEKTT BAFTI8T fite mtatt S»uth Bifbitaj (1 Eu»eU Duffer, pMtw Sunday School, 10:00 »-m Morning Worship. 11:00 ajn. Training Union, 7.00 p.m. Evening Worship Service. 1:00 p.m. NU.MKKR NINE BAfTIST Gene Sbulu, paMW Sunday School. 9:45 a.m Morning Worship, 11:00 ajn Sunday. 2:15 p.m. ftlissioo Arm Sunday School and church at Xar- bro School auditorium framing Union, 7 p.m Bk-eoinji Worship, 8 p.m GATKIVAV TABEKNACLJE L. G. B«ra&, pastor Church Service, 9.43 a.m Evening Worship, T.30 pjn Church Service Wednesday ind Friday. 7:30 pjn KALf MOON ASSEUHLI Ot COD Rev Martiu Re»t*n, pastor Sunday School, 10:00 a.m Morning Worship 11:00 ajn O A Service 7:00 p.m Evening Worship. 8:00 P-m Wednesday prayer service (:*. p.ui HUFFMAN VHUReB Ofr UO1> James Wynes, paMoi Sunday School 9:45 ajn Morning Worship 11:00 ajn Evening Service 1 ;30 P-m YJ>.E. Saturday 7:30 pjn HUFFMAN BAKU SI David McfeaKe putor 10:00 a.m. Sunday School 11:90 a.m. Morning Service 5:00 p.m Evening Service 6:00 p.m. BID Meeting ^Yiday 7 p.m. chou practice an prayei meeting fourth Sunday*, 11:00 »JB.; flnt aud third Sunday*, MS pja. CUA* LAKE BAPTIST 1. E. Cox, »«(«• Sunday School, »: 4S uo. Wonhip Scrvic*. 11:00 un. Training Union, 1 p-m Worthlp Service, I p.m Mid-Week Servic*. 7:30 pjn. Wednesday. Luxora Churches ASSEMBU OF GOD J, C, Dickinson, n*t»r 10:00 a.m Sunday School 11:00 a m Worship Service «:00 pjn C. A Strvice 7:30 p m Saturday Service. 7:30 p.m Wednesday Prayer wr- Ice CHURCH 0V CHRIST O«ar L H«v» Minister Rible Study, 10 a.m. Preachins, 11 a.m.. 7:30 pjn. irst and third Sundays UK SI BAFt'lS'I A B. Kill, pastor 0:00 a.m Sunday School 11:00 am Worship Services. 6:00 p.m B T O 7:00 pm Worship Service 7:00 pjn iVednetaay Prayer &ei •ice ..I'XOKA MKTHOIIIST H. L. Uo^ison p>stor Churcli School 10 n.m Morning Worship 11 a.m Methodisi Youth F e 11 o w s h i j roups 6 p.m Evening Worship Service 7 pjn W«dn«sd«/ *TSRla( f JO Kiuacll J. Clukb, autw Sundaj School, 9:46 »m Morning Worship 11:00 »Jn- B. T. Union, «:30 p.m. Evening Strplce, 7:30 pm. Midweek Service, 1:30 pjo. CHUKCH OF CHKIST O. O. Thompson, pu«*r Mornlnij Worship, 10:46 am. Evening Service. 1:30 p.m S'.mdsy School, »:4i ajn Bible Study, Tuesday and Friday 1-.JO p.m. ST. 'MATTHEWS Ker. B. Francl. Mfltetitt pastor 1st, 3rd and 5tb Sunday* Uau, 1:00 am FIRST WJNTKCOSTAI, Normin Kent, pastor Evening Service 7:30 pjn. Osceola Churches HKSI CHKISTIAN I,. K SIM! Jr. pastor Mornm: Worship 10 5i am Evening Service* 1:00 p.m Midweek Service 7"30 p.m FIRST PRESBYTERIAN I,. T. Laurence- pastor Sunday School 1-4S n.m Morning Worship 1) a.m Young People 5-00 p.m ArVaiuu, to tho h!(th«st end txwt Idder, the following personal roporty, to-wit: One 1948 1-1'2 Ion Chevrolet Truck, Motor No. PEA 544249: One 104!) 1-ton Codec Tiurk. Motor No. T 14613015. Said sale will be held between. he hours of 9 o'clock in the fore- 10011 and 3 o'clock In the afternoon oJ the date aforesaid, upon a credit of three months. The purchaser u t said sale will he required to give bond, with approved security. to secure the payment of Lhe puichii.so price, and a lien will NOTICE Notion is hereby given that th» undersigned ha,s filed with th« ComniLviloner of Revenues of th« Stat« of Arkansa.^ for permit to HI and dispense beer at retail ori the premises described as 1000 •.' Iflth street, niytlievllle, Mississippi County. The uiiilersiRiiecl states that he U a citizen of Arkansas, of good moral character, that lie has never been convicted of a felony or other crime Involving moral turpitude; that no' license to sell beer by the undersigned hns been revoked within five , be retained on said property to j 'y jl past; tuithathe tm- furihcr secure such purclinsi: mo- j ,[ t , raB n ( ' ( | has never been convicted '"?/,.„.,„„,. . ! of vlolutini? the laws of this statt, WITNESS my hand tills 22n,l „,. ally othcr . sut( , rclatlve ^ ttle riRSl METHODIST H. J. Couchman, pmitov Sunday School, ^:45 a.m Worship service I 1 a.m, Methodisi Youth Fellowship. «:1 Worship service, 7 p.m Wednesday-Youth Choh practice 6:31 pm. Senior Choir i:30 p.m CALVAR¥ EPISCOPAL Wm. J. FiUtiuth. Priett in Charie. Seventh Sunday alter Trinity. Morning Prayer, 11 a.m. NOVICE OF SA1.K NOTICE IS HEREBY QIVEN that the undersigned. Commissioner in Chiineery, will, pursuant to order of the Chancery Courl ol the Chickasawba District of Mississippi County. Arkansas, rendered on the llth day of July. 1949. In a cause therein pending, wherein J. H. Cram. Trustee for Lee Wilson anci Company, a tru.st e.itatc, Is plaintiff, and Estate of Raymond English, deceased, et al. are dc- fendant.s, on the 12th day of August. 1M9 offer lor sale at public auction al the E;ust door of the County Court House in Blytheville. day of July, 1919. HAHVEY MOHIUS, Coirnni.'ssioner in Cli:nu:cry 7 'W-20 'Hie first hlaH furnace w;is In 179^ In what win di-.-,tiui . ol :tlcollo!ic liquors. Appliralion i-s for permit to f» ix-vucd for operation beginning on the 1 clay of Oct. 1SM9, and to expire on the 30 day of June, I960. Mrs. John Lurrt a/vt sworn to befora . the steel center of Puts- ' "ic llii-s 28 cmy of July 1949. JudBh. | Mrs. Marshall Blackard • 1 Notary Publt« Rt-nd Courier News Want Ails. I My Commission expires: J9.53. FLA'I LAKE M£THOIIIS1 LeKoy Henr;, mlntstn Mormng Worship, every Sunday 9:30 ajn Sunday School, every Sundaj 10:30 a.m PROMISE!) LAND METHUIIIS1 LcR^iy Henry minister Church School each Sunday 10:UO a.m Worship Services, first and tJiiro Sundays. 11:00 a.m.; second ano fourth Sundays 6:30 JJn WASHINGTON. July 20. (AP) — "Extremely ciismrbin?'' increases in the smuggling of f he rinig cocaine irto the Utiited States were reported yesterday by the Narcotics •fa-eau. ™)p to now. it .said, there had not been any considerable traffic in cocaine, or the use of it. in till 1 ; country. In a report on "traffic in opium find other dangerous drugs" dur- ine 1948. the bureau said: "Quite reliable information is at haurt indicating that cocaine is available in large quantities in Peru. Chile, and Bolivia, and that Amercan seamen are smuggling in reCTltrly to the United States. •Tn the Harlem district of New York City there appears to lie sufficient cocaine available to satisfy demands In the illicit traffic and It is indicated that a porton of this cocaine is smuggled from Peru out- of-the-way ports in South Carolina and Alabama and then transported overland to New York. ' "Previously there had not existed i" the United States anv considerable tiaffic in the use of cocaine." The VS. recently got from Peru a promise that steps would be taken to control the cocaine laclories in that country so the dniE would not be diverted into underworld channel* in the U.S. € Shanghai. Rangoon. Calcutta and \gapore were described in the report as "hocbcds of narcotics activities" on the basis of advice the bureau said it obtained from incoming merchant seacncn. FIRST SIETHODIS1 Roy I. Bajley, pastor ChuiLli School. 9:4b a.m Morning Worship I] a.m. Youth Choir Rehearsal, 5:45 pjn 6:30 p.m. Junioi Fellowship-. Intermediate M Y F.: Senior-Young Peoples M.Y.F Evening Service, 7:30 p.m. After church fellowship. 8:30 p.m Wednesday, choh rehearsal, 7:3t" p.m Bible Study 8:30 p.m AKMOREL BAPTIS'l W. O Auten, pastor Sunday School. 10:00 ajn Preacliiug. 11-00 a.m Training Union, 7:00 pjn Evening Worship, 8:00 p.m Wednesday Prayei Meeting GOSNELL METHODIST Lee Anderson, pastor Church School 10:00 a..m Woiihip Service, ll:oc ajn M.VJT Groups, 7 p.m VAKBKO METHOIIIS1 LcKoy Heiirjr minister Church School each Sundaj 10:00 a.m Worship Survlce», second ano FAMILY SIZE ON1.Y 25* . Cream NIX DEODORANT Floyd Webb, M. D. Announces (he Association of Jack Webb, M. D. in Lhe practice of medicine and surgical diseases of the eye, ear, nose and throat LYNCH BUILDING Blytheville, Arkansas Office Hours: 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Telephone:, 2131 • Refractions by Appointment • DYNAMIC WEEK END SPECIAL At DREIFUS •I^BBH^IM^^^IMM^^B^^^^^^BB^H Final Clearance of Specials Drastically Reduced While They Last Crystal Stemware and Matching Salad Plates Beautiful Patterns— Open Stock 89° W J "ch FULL GOSPEL TAKEKNACLE LIN; and Vine E. T. Kellcy, pastor Sundaj Scrtuol U:45 a.m Morning Worship U a.en Voting People, 6:43 p.m Evening Worship 7:30 pjn FIRST LUTHERAN S17 W Walnut Hr.v. G. MUsslcr, pastor 10 a.m., Sunday School ana Bible Class 11 a.m. Divine Worship. MUSI PRESBVTEKIA.N Harvty T. Kidd, minister 9:-i5 a.m. Sunday School II a.m., Morning Worship. 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