The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 30, 1949 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, September 30, 1949
Page 2
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PAOE TWO, •LTTHEVtLLK (AMLJ COUMHt ri i ' ij«i* State s Mill Department Hit ' Auditor Sayi Fund* . /Used for Personal Car and Furniture , LITTLE ROCK, Sept. SO. <AP) — The Arkansas Military Department V9M up for another uive&tlgaUon to- das Aides of Governor McMath said £ report criticizing handling of funds by the department probably would reach the governor'* office today. Howard Gladden, administrative assistant to McMath, said the governor: would take whatever ctlon is necessary in the matter. ' The report made by Charles Clerget, head of the Audit Division of the State Comptroller's Office, accused former adjutant general H. L, McAllster of using department guilds to buy an automobile for his own use. • The auto, which cost Jl,55«, belongs to the state but now Is driv- fn solely by McAlister, now assistant adjutant general, the report- said. | Clerget «aid department funds *lso were spent: i To finance a $53.50 trip to the .1847 .Cotton Bowl football game. '• Purchase about $1,000 worth of furniture for the adjutant general's house at Camp Robinson. McAlister now lives at the camp; : I For a private fish fry for depart-; merit'employes, costing $85. >-.The audit also showed various expenditures for . equipment . and other material for the Arkansas National Guard's headquarters at Camp' RobiiLSon but the records /ailed to describe the equipment. 1 :.Clerget also criticized handling of the department's "cash fund." i McAlister declined to comment last'night. • '. ' 1 Brig. Gen. Earl Ricks, adjutant general of the department who took pier the agency earlier this year, could not be reached for comment. The audit did not apply to his period In office. U.S. Traffic Deaths Total 79,290 During First 8 Months of '49 1 CHICAGO, Sept. 30^ (AP)—The ration's traffic deaths in the first eight months of 1948 totaled 19 290, the National Safety Council said today ' . -. i The total Including.2,750 In Augus, was two per cent under the toll for the first eight'months of 1048. The August toll was 100 below the July total and eight per cent below .'August, 1948. ; AILING KING - Ninety-one- 5 ear-old King Gustav is seri: ously ill'with a bronchial dis- " S, 1 ?" in st <"*holm, Sweden. - The Icing has been treated with j sureomycm from a supply of the . drug given to the Swedish Medi; eal Board by an American firm. , Informed sources sajd the ailing - monarch remained very weak. Baptists Install Sunday School Workers, Plan Activities for Year Russell Baugh has been Installed as gemral superintendent of the Sunday School for the First Baptist Church to succeed Alvln Huffman, Jr. Taking office Wednesday night along with Mr. Baugh were 39 other department officers and 85 teacheri. The Installation *ervlce« followed a report of the Sunday School activities for lM»-«, ihowlng a prei- ent enrollment of 1,149, given by Mr. Huffman. . oltowlng hi» report Mr. Baugh pointed out the objectives of the new assoclatlonal year. The general staff Includes E. W. Simmon* ai sectary, a* well a* Mr. Baugh. Following the installation of Sunday School teachers' and officer* the Rev. E. O. Brown, Pastor, spoke on the "Sacred Office of the Sun,day School Teacher and Officer." Department superintendents Include: John Mares, adult department; Charles Ray Newcomb, young people's department; Miss Luna Wllhelm, Intermediate department; Mrs. H. H. Brooks, Junior department; Mrs. Winnie Huffman, primary department; Mrs. Leslie Moore, beginner department; Mrs. Hays Sullivan, nursery department; Mrs. Newcomb, extension department; Mrs. J. T. Weslbrook, cradle roll department and -Raymond Zachary chapel deportment. Goilj for fear Announced In six departments coals for the year were announced. They Included a goal of 45 by the young people's department; 140 In the Intermediate; 70 In the Junior; 45 In the primary; 40 In the beginner, and 60 In the extension department. The following officers and teachers were Installed In the adult department: Mrs. Mayes, superintendent; Franklin E. Atkinson, associate superintendent; Ted Klnu, secretary; W. J. Rorfgers. associate secretary; Mrs. O. M. Smart, pianist; and the _following teachers: Hay* Sullivan, Ebb Carsm, •]. p. Friend, Mr. Huffma.,; Mrs. Charles Lemons, ,. Mrs. Marlon . Williams. Mrs. Walter Bishop, Mrs. Theo Logan and Mrs. Charles Evans. Young People's Department — Mr. Newcomb, superintendent: Mrs. E. c. Brown, associate; Miss Jettye Clalr Huffman, secretary; Harry Prltzius, Jr., chorister; and Mrs. Russell Baugh, Mrs. Alvln Huffman, Jr., Miss Pearr Lee, W. D. Tohimey, Rosco Craftoni Mrs. Kendall Berry and James Gardner, teachers. Intermediate—Miss Wllhelm iu D - erlntendcnt; Mrs. R. E. Van Hooser associate; Mrs. Jewel Lee, secre- a. Cnsh, Mrs. Roy Head,'Keith i. Bllbrey, Miss Minnie Brown CUr- encp Johnson, Miss Effle L. Terrell Don Wilhelm, Murray Smart,'Mrj' Arch'e Hays, and Mrs. E. E. Stevens, .teachers. Junior—Mrs. Brooks, superintendent, W. F. .Auten, secretary; Mr» W H^Yarbrough, pianist, and Ar- chie Hays, Mn. E. P, Hirdlfl, MlM Tessle Allen, Mrs. Clarence Oean, George Ingrum, Mrs. Ted King, Mr». Tom Jackson, Mr*. Tbelma Atklni, Mri. C. E. EdoX Randal] Hawks, Jim Ba*», Mr«. M. O. Outlaw, Mrs. George Ingrum, Mr». E. W. Simmons and Mrs. O. S. Bag- gelt. Primary—Mrs. Hulfman, superintendent; Mn. J«se Seaman, «wo- ciate; Mrs. O. f. Tompklns, secretary; Mr*. A. B. Jaggeri, pianist; Mrs. Jane Ournnw, Mm, Herbert Graham, Mrs. Howard Johnion Mrs. Jack Hele, Mrs. Marvin Lane Miss Beatrice Hargett and Mr«. E. W. Srieed, teacheri, Beginntr—Mrs, Moore, ujperln- tendent; Mrs. Annie Lee Holt, agao- clate; Mrs. J. r. o'Neall, secretary. and Mrs, Byron Nail, pianist; Mr*. T v i. Crouch, Mrs. John Timmon*. Mrs. CJuincy Alexander, Mrs. Victor Mallory, Mrs. Max Logan and Mrs, Herbert Joyner, teacher*. . Nursery—Mrs. Sullivan, superintendent; Mrs. King LaFerney, associate, Mrs, Maurice Luttrell. secr*- tary, and Mrs. J. ". Brackln, Mr« Berry, Mrs. Newcomb, and Mrs. Bit- brey. workers. Extension department — Mrs. Newcomb, superintendent; Mrs. M W. Lewis, associate: Mrs. H. o. Muery. secretary, and Mrs. E, P. Blomcyer, Mrs. H. L. Chambers, Mrs. John Mays. Mrs. N. P. Maxwell. C. E. Edds and \rlhur Rush- Ing, visitors. . Crndle Roll—Mrs. Westbrook. «u- perlntenttenl, Mrs. J. W. Rayder, associate, Mrs. Albert Enderlln. secretary, and Mrs. Roy Wood, Mr«. P. E. Atkinson. Mrs. Berry. Mrs E. H. Mrown. Mrs. Harry Bogan, Mrs. R. G. Cash. Mrs. Outlaw, Mrs. W. L. Moxley. Mrs. Fred Co pel and and Mrs. Vnn Hooser, vtsitorj, At the Chapel Mission on Llllv Street, a nail of the First Baptist Church, the following officers were named: Mr. Zachary. superintendent;; A J. Rhodes, assjclale; Mrs. John Buchanan, secretary, and Mrs. Carl Lay. pianist; and Mrs. Idell Black- arrt. Mrs. Herman Adalr, Mrs B W Woolen, Miss Bernice Overman' Harold Frailer. Ben Abbott. Mis- Ruby.Brown, Mrs. C. E. Johnson Mrs. Herman Walpole, and Mrs Floyd Lowe, teachers. London Man is LONDON. Sept. 30. Wj-Pollce yesterday accused Photo Printer John Smith, 24, of cutting off his wife'.. nose. "I. did It with the razor," diirlnc an argument, he said, according ti a statement made by Police Sgl E. Driver In magistrate's court. Mrs. Smith's condition Is crltica' Smith was ordered detained on , charge of causing grlevou* bodll harm. .-.. . . • . ', UTTLE ROCK, a*pt. - Arktntaa Revtnu* Coounliaioacr Dean Morley mad* another may* today to hilt export of liquor Iron the itat*. H* »a» to me*t with ofllctr* of two export firm* to aik them to give up their permit.. . Wertark Uquon, inc.. Sot Fort Worth turned in Jt* licenie jn- terdiy on reque*t of the commU- Morley Tdk«» Another Step to Holt Export of Liquor from Arkansas ilontr who uii UM eompanjr a«ned to halt iti operation*, i The Harris export Co., 6f Port KalUt. *ad tM 9ua export Co, of L«k* Villift wan th* bouMi to b* conUcted today u part o! Morley'§ movt. • Hi told nnrsmen ytsterdajt he mad* Uiii dwUloo following- tb* "djy >> ,v : torj In Oklahoma'. «i*o> FOR SALE One new M-12-H Inttnut'oiul COTTON PICKER cpmplett with •Mlbcam light tnt LU38 Ric. and Cane tire*. ' Substantial Reduction CHESTER IREWIR BOK 30C, CUrludak, B:(H. ttOB Ult . Th« IMi legislature tutbortiwl Arluiuu flrau to «xpwt Uquor tad Imposed * U-c*nti * eu« tu on all product* novice out o( the itat*. The Revenue Department reported that *o far this year the three firm* have shipped 64,300 ca«ee of liquor. The at at* reotlvcd 123,000, The WesUrk firm hu ptrnUtlon to operat* Fayettevlll* but It ha» never-conducted business In that city. . The Northwest Arkanu- compnles presumably export liquor into Oklahoma and the Lake Village firm ihlpa whlakty Into dry MUsUsjppl. Boy Out of Traffic Court LOS ANOttES.'sept, 30. UP, Traffic Judge Roger Pfaff took a look ^ at the front row and. groan. Addressing *S? t 'courtroom, he said: "Ladies and gentlemen, this boy (a minor) before me got a car three month* igo. Since that time he has broken evry traffic law In the book. Yesterday, on the advice DANCE Friday Night, Sept. 30 Music by TED FISHER and His Orchestra at tht TWIN GABLES CLUB 905 No. 6th St. For Reservations Phone 3984 »' this court, he sold his car" He took look at the charge ana' 'announced.: 1 ''';: - • " ; •, • • • :i "Two dollars fine for Jaywalking."• Martin yanBuien was the n r5t President -tofbt born « cltteen of the United states. *., 5555?! roR ?s ^SAfETyomsr srs--^ — ; Phillip* Motor Co. MOC& sm§, PER DOUUftR \. •:-:''2t THAN AN/ _• ..,'/ .•£*_^t#^. :.. POPULAR-PRlCEp : FLoc>H COYBRlN&i.TXKE. SEEK I TAKE.THE. SERVICE: YOU &S.T A. 5L>P£eWe4R-CAVER OP HE.AJ-- TOUGNENEO. PAINT AND 6AKEC> ENAMEL <\U |N TBICKNesS Tt> g> COATS iJj\_ ivtv ^ FLOOR rue. aocD SEAL.: HAND. AND OP OR yt3t)R MONE/ BACK I .. cow&oCeuM TEXMV AT YOUR. FUCOR OOVERIMS DfJ±e*& \ SPECIAL Purchase COTTON HOUSE DRESSES Saturday Only Special * ' ' • • Important Notice ! 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