The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 10, 1944 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, July 10, 1944
Page 5
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MONDAY, JULY 10, 19-M BJ,YTJ1EVILLB'(AKK.); COURIER NEWS Children Enjoy Deck Tennis At Playground Deck lennis added Interest lo Fri-: day's 1'tay Day held at the Ccn-1 Irnl scliool playground, Miss Warren Faster, Plnyground illrc'ctor re- vftalcrf today. Other activities jVliich busied the youngsters last ncek were the making of patio plates, stuffed dolls, animal plaques, flower boxes, Indian head dress, wooden clogs, and soap carving. The second commamlo course was taught Friday morning by Mike Mcroncy when the principal problem ivas liow lo disarm nn oppon-. cnt. The lx>ys attending Friday's elass will be admitted free to the wrestling matches Monday niglit. Miss Minnie Foster, suiwrvlsor of the |ilay area at Walker 1'ark, announced . the following schedule: On Monday ami Tuesday mornings the youngsters will work on Junior lied.Cross Imndcraft, with the products to be sent to hospitals over (he nation to help entertain the wounded soldiers we have returned from the fronts. A special storj telling hour will be the feature Tuesday .afternoon there will lie Chapel in a Corner of Hell Want's to Be V. P. *' FAQ1 G « adal canal Veterans Bock After 26 Months SAN IMKCO, CBllf., July 10 (UP) — About 3,000 in™ who luunclu'd the Irive ugiiliisl the Jiips wit') (he Iniullng on Guad;dc:u»\l uro back hi me Dulled Slates. Most ol ihc mi'ii of Hie First Marine Division, heroes or song and story, hiuln't seen Hie stales u>r M munths. The band Ihuiutcrccl "Dixie" mid "iioll Out I He ilarrel" wliiiu Ine Jlghltng iMiirlncs streamed nslibre. Hie tirsl one ashore was 1'fc. Peter Cnvo of Newark, N. J. Ha planted hts feet on Hie ground und said. "This Is what we've Ijceii waiting for." Hcrgt, Friink ISrophy of I.OHJ; Is- |«»Kl, N. Y., said: ' "It looks good to me. The lire I tlnng I siuv as.wo cainu ln',0 port wus Hie Amcrlrtm lliu;, a mud.; n,e feel tint nil Hie time I put in un those islands wus worlli uvevf iiilii- ulc." Army VVi'H Take Over Hotels In Hot Springs HOT SPBINOS, Ark.. July HI. (Ul'l—n seems fuirly eeriuln loduy REEBOOKGives Many Piles Facts liiins Iho Associated Ai linen Is Its walls smashed and shell-pocked from the furious battles dial raged around it, this little Norman chapel pictured iibovc pro-i vided religious services for Allied fighters. HlnthiR nut above the' din of war. the chapel bells summoned soldiers pictured above' to worship. : special work on drama, with the weeks activities to be climaxed by the weekly Play Day Friday.- Thief Mukcs 'Kation' Haul . TOLEDO, O. (UP)—A ralion- conscions thief who invaded the home of Mrs. Elizabeth Mallimoe walked ofl with two pairs of rayon hose, one pair of nylons, a pair of shoes and an alarm clock. fte&o Pile.s, Flslula, und other rectal disorders licqiienlly ciiuse .such aimnion associated ailiuenls colon disorders, liradiiclics, r.msll- palion, nervousness or stomach liver and bladder conditions. Many fuels are explained in a new 40 )><U',c I'KKK HOOK. Write today Thornton & Minor Clinic, Sul(c7'Ja !B6 MtCicc St.. Kansas City, Mo. Uml the Anijy will lake over Ihu ii'inafiilni: miijor hotels hi Hut Springs. Su says » Hot Springs (oniiiilltceiuuli, Or. IxiiiLs (i. Mur- II". who bus j-eturned frojn Wnxli- liigion conferences with Army officials. Among Honor Students I*AYKTTKyil.l,K. Ark.. July 10 - Fuurloi'ji stuili'uls In lliu University til Arkimsus (JnllcKij "t Agrleul- tuiv I'itiiu'd places on the honor roll for Ilic tiiuiiiK quarter, it \VM nnnnuuccd lo<lay by Dean W. 11. Horlnchcr. , Helen Mnc Anders of llimlelto wus the only senior ivlio made tlic honor roll Ihls quarter. Also Mary Helen Moore of Ulylhevllle, a Jim- lor vvns among the honor students. Moon Mnlllns, Notre Dame fullback, Eiiliicit only oiie Inch In llm. piny iigiilnst, the Navy In 1023, bul It scored the game-winning touchdown. Neivous,Rwtle» If (ur.cllonal periodic (Jl»turb«nw» mulii) sol) feel 'nervou», tlr«d, r«tu«, "Urogscd out"-— at such dmes— try f8~- moua LjUla E. Plnkh»m'« VegtUto. Compound lo relieve such lymptom* 7r help) T[u(ur«f ritikham's Compound !• ntno a Krond btomnc^ilo tonic, Intel Ulrectlous. Worth t LYDIR E. PlhRH*l«'S The name of Sen. Elbert D. ! Thomas, above, ol Utah, will be . entered as a candidate Jor the ; vice presidential nomination at : the Democratic national convention in Chicago. He is a candidate for re-election to the Senate. 3t to Headache Don'tlei hpadaehe double Ihcmla- ery ot exhaustion. At the first sign of pain lafce Opudinc. It n«icfcly bcinps rcLief, inothes nerves upset by the ruin. It It jik-itua u|>aei uj- i«w [Him. it LI fffi t f litiuij—alreaJy dissolved— all f/7 •$ reatly [o oct—H|) rraily la ((£).«? * bring comfort. Uec only as di- XX^.- | rcctctl. IQe. 3Qc. 60c. \ V-^ A CAPUDINE Pepsi-Cold Company, Long Island Citu, A'. }'. .franchiscd ISotller! Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co. of BIytheville REPORT OF CONDITION OF' The Farmers Bank & Trust Co. of Blytlicvillc, Arkansas, ;i( Hie dose of business Junr 30, 1911, a Slain banking iiislitulion organized ami operating umlcr the banking 1;\<vs of Ihis Slate and n.inrmlier of (lip. Federal Reserve System. Published in accordance willi a call made by the Stale Banking Authorities und by the Federal Itcscrvc Bank of this District: ASSETS Loans and discounts (Including $58!).f>3 overdrafts) United Stales Ciovcrmncnl obligations, direct and guar- Hiilccd Oblignlions of SU'.tcs and political subdivisions Other bonds, uotc.s. niul dcbcnlures Corporalc slocks (including $9,000.00 stock of Federal Reserve bank) Ciisli, balances «-it!i other tanks, including reserve balance, and cash items iu process of collection t nk prpini.scs owned, including Monlgoinery Ward Bldg., S75.CdO.00: furniture and fixtures $300.00 .' sets of Insurancc Department Other assets TOTAL ASSETS LIABILITIES Demand dejiosit-s- of individuals, partnerships, and corporations •(.15C.73i.G7 Time deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations.. 016,003.13 Deposits of United Slates Government (including postal savings) .. ..: G1G.33G.1G Deposits of -Stales and political subdivisions ;.. ''ill.GTS.ST Deposits of banks 52.074.88 Oilier deposits (ccrliriccl and officers' checks, clc.) 2'1,OD5.77 TOTAL DEPOSITS $5,678,807.18 Liabilities of Insurance Department 21,518.46 TOTAL LIABILITIES (not including subordinated obligations shown below) $5,700,385.61 CAPITAL ACCOUNTS Capital* Surplnr; Undivided profits 150.000.00 150,000.00 99.601.46 TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS 30D.601.46 TOTAL LIAIJ1LITIES AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS..... .SC.033,937.10 , MEMORANDA ^Hedged assets mud securities loaned) (txiok value): U. K. Government obligations, direct ami guaranteed, pledged to secure deposits and other liabilities 875,000.00 TOTAL 815,000.00 Secured and preferred liabilities: secured by pledged assets pursuant to requirements of law 691,336.16 TOTAL .$ 691,336.16 I. K E. Warren, Cashier o[ the ahovc-nnnicd bank, hereby certify that, the above statement is true to the test of'my knowledge and belief. P. E, Warren, Cashier. Correct—Attest: B. A. Lynch C. A. Cunningham J. L. Cherry, Directors. Stale of Arkansas. County of Mississippi, ss: Sworn lo snd subscrited before me this Cth day of July, 1944. My commission expires March 25, 1947. (Seal> E. B. Bryan, Notary Public. Here's why many people in BIytheville can't get service now * it II YOU Governor? A FRA?£K COMPARISON MIGHT BE HELPFUL! Will You Have.^ or A Candidate — who admittedy has drawn only taxpayers money for 22 yearsl or A Candidate —' who owes his job to SEVEN different administrations! IJ ''\ who has NEVER been on a State or Federal Pay Roll! BENL AI iea or ashore, oMhc from or bclimd Ilie lines, fighting men must have telephones, StiTp lelcphonej are shown in utlion here, during on air otlack. If you are waiting for a telephone these days, it is because the telephone system here is being used at full capacity. And right now we can't get central office equipment to increase that capacity. Western Electric Company, supplier for the Bell System, still is rushing out field telephones . .. wire ... switchboards.., walkie-talkies ... airplane and tank radios... throat microphones . . . and volumes of other communications equipment or electrical weapons to the army and navy. We're stretching the telephone lines and equipment here to serve every customer we possibly can. But despite all we do, the waiting list keeps growing. We are sorry that many of you have to wait. We appreciate your patience and your understanding that materials and communications for our fighting men must come first. SOUTHWESTERN BEll TELEPHONE CO. who owes no political debt to any man, or group of men! ii or A Candidate who started helping his fellowman as a farmer boy and has been at it ever since. Ask the farmers .. .the businessmen ... the laboring men ... the teachers... ask his fellow citizens, .those who'know him best! V who has lived off public pay rolls for nearly QUARTER OF A CENTURY, yet only now mentions the benefits the people should have and could have had, had he used ' his influence in years pasf to bring them aboutl or A Candidate who knows the problems of the laboring man, the farmer, the teacher, the veteran, the little businessman ...because he has been employed each capacity! who admittedly has merely kept a set of books!!! Nothing else! , tn By Every Standard of Comparison ALL ARKANSAS NOW AGREES Is the Man Arkansas Must Have for Today it is evident the people of Arkansas mean what they've been saying: "IF SOME GOOD BUSINESSMAN WOULD ONLY MAKE THE SACRIFICE AND ANNOUNCE FOR GOVERNOR TO HELP US GET RID OF THE PROFESSIONAL POLITICIANS, I'D TAKE TIME OUT FROM MY BUSINESS i AND HELP ELECT HIM." BEN LANEY WILL BE YOUR NEXT GOVERNOR! —Potlllco! Adverll«em«lfc> „„_ ,| i* * * *

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