The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 1, 1948 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, May 1, 1948
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fWO Surplus Goods Sold at Big Loss '* U.S. R*cov.rt Lirtl. ;. M4M»TlMii$l for f> > Eocfc $9 ;; WAaaxNoroN, May i. CUP>_ .The cmited States la recovering a .tittle more than ft for every $e of '.ttrieinal Investment in selling Its ! surplus property overtau. •>' This was reported to Congress >e»t«rt»y by Secretary of State George C. Marshall m his ninth quarterly report on ovenau surplus sales. ; By March 11, Marshall sstid, overseas surplus originally valued at '*e.4«0,000,008 hsut been aoU for II,- •iMl,000 ; 000. £ He said property purchased by the United States for 11,103,000,000 «tiH Is available for sale. Following sale at 1*75,000,000 worth of surplus to Germany for »1»3,150,000 |n January, he ssld, the remainder o< the Job appears to be "relatively small." '.; Marshall told Congress 11 was'lm- -posslble to astlmate the number of ^-InsUllaUons In Europe and the Pacific which may be put up for .disposal la tor "In the light of the international situation." This de- . pends, he said, on Army and Navy I plans for bases, airstrips, supply 1 'points and other fixed Inslallat- ,iosw, AKk.) OOUKiiia MUWS Prays for Rain 'Bama Democrat Offers Plan to Elect Eisenhower J .MOBILE 'Ala., May 1. (UP) - An .Alabama Democratic Party leader .proposed today that Southerner.? Jfonn an electoral bloc to bring .about the presidential election of ••.Oen, Dwight D. Eisenhower by the pHouse of Representative!, •.: Oeeaner T. MoCorvey, state Dem- -ocratic executive chairman, said In \H radio speech last night that he idoubled Oen. Eisenhower would ac- ;eept the Democratic nomination by Jthe national convention. '., But, he aaid, Southerners could rt>btain Eisenhower's election by ."throwing ihe presidential chofce j.into the lower house of Congress. > McCorvey heada a group ol can- iciidatec for Alabama delegates to 'ithe national convention who are pledged to walk out if the national 'perley adopt a any part of President JJIruman's civil rights program. .7 (In case luch a walkout U necei- >«iarjr, he aald, Southern electors •'-^--' 1 their electoral votes for fr'Io view o* hl< (Eisenhower's) ' Itrm stend that he would not ne a candidate," McCorvey -, "t am Afraid our delegates lid leel reJ,h*r silly U they nom- him anyway and then he .. d to accept." ^"However," McCorvey continued, !?I feel quite confident that if Oen. rEaenhower't name went before thn .•House of Representative* u one of • Uirw men receiving the highest yKle ki the electoral college, theie prould be such a clamor and de- ,?nind for his election that he would —'n RepvbHouu M well u Demo- it«." While wheat on the Kansas borders 1« doing fairly well, farmers In the midrslate wheat lands, like Jay Fellers, above, nils County, Kansas, an begging that there be rain, and soon. Conditions on Fellers' farm, new Hays, Kansas, are unfavorable to a good IBM wheat crop because at dry topeoil, crusted fields, and lax* of crown root development and stolllng. Most of ttie central and western wheat aUtes need' ooot weather and moisture Immedlatelr.—(NBA. Telephoto). ;, Read Courier Mews Want Ads. ; Weeps in Jail 1 Plans to Ship Newsprint to Europe Rapped WASHINGTON, May 1. (UP) _ Kep. Clarence J. Brown, R., o., said yesterday thst reported plans of the Economic Cooperation Administration to buy 38.000 tons of Oanadia.ii newsprint for shipment abroad would cause "chaos" In this country's publishing industry. Brown is chairman of a House Select Committee on newsprint and paper supply. He made the statement In a letter to BOA admlnis- rator Paul <3. Hoffman. Brown aid he understood the newsprint would be purchased for Great Brlt- in and other European nations >irlicip«tlng In the ECA program, ECA officials would not comment directly on Brown's letter. They said, howsver, that the agency had not made any commitments to other countries for newsprint and had lot made iny contracts to buy any. They would not discuss future plans. 'If this action is taken it will of course, immediately create a great, shortage of newsprint lor UK wlth- n the UniUd States with resultant' hardship on the publishers of this country and, unquestionably, an Increase in so-called gray market op- perations," Brown said. Brown asked Hoffman for a "full and complete" report on the proposed purchases of Canadian newsprint ss soon as possible. Accused Driver Denies Part in Fatal Accident FAYETTEVILLE. Ark., April JO UP)(~A 27-year-old Mulberry Ark man denied yesterday that he was the driver of a truck that atnic* «nd seriously injured t»-year-olrt John Gregory of Farmlngton 1 Wednesday night. Rufns Holt was charged in Wash- >nglon Circuit Court today with leaving the scene of an accident, with drunken driving and with hit end run driving. Gregory suffered a fractured left arm and left leg and possible skull fracture and internal injuries when lie was rim down by a truck as h- was riding a bicycle on Highway 11 North of here. Judg* Ord«r« Stor./f H«/rf on Conttmpt Charge PAYETTEVILtB, Ark., Uty 1. [UP)—A dispute between Washlng- on County Sheriff Bruce Crider tnd Payetteville City Judge Paul Jameson wu headed today for review In Circuit Court. Jameeon ordered Crider arreeierl on a contempt of court charge, after the Sheriff protested the way Jameson handled the aaaeument of cosU ill a drunk driving ca*e. Orider had made the arrest. However, Circuit Judge Maupin Ournmiiigs granted Cridir'i attorney a writ of certlorarl—to bring the recordi of the proceedlngi leading ip to the contempt charge—up for review. He also enjoined Jameeon "rom attempting to have Crider ar- rwted until the hearing could be held Marriage License! The following couple* obtained marriage licenses yesterday in the office of Miss BlMbeth Blythe," county clerk. William Dee Baker and Mise Jacqsllyn Taylor of St. Louis, Mo. J. L. Harrison and Miss Lula Mae Luke of Papular Bluff, Mo. Joe Singleton ol Dell and Miss Anna Ruth Aired of Blytheville. Willis Benton Moore Jr of Pettit, Miss, and Miss Patricia Marie Wnmpler of Turrell, Ark. Robert Snyder of Blytheville and Mrs. Katherlne Segers of Wilson, CHURCH NEWS ST. STEPHENS EPISCOPAL ' CHURCH Sixth and Walnut Sts. Church School, 8:30 a.m. Morning Worship, 11:00 a.m. YARBRO METHOIflST CHURCH 1st, 3rd, 5th Sundays. Kay 1L McLeater. pastor Preaching Services. 7:00 p.m. Sunday School, 10' a.m. Second and 4th Sundays Preaching Services, 11 a.ra. Young People, 6:SO p.m. HALF MOON ASSEMBLY OF GOO .Mrs. Beverly Gebhurdt, 23, WMps Jn_ a LOS Angeles jail ,rter a taxi ; ejrtver charged thst she left two •»OOJ In his cab. Mrs. Oetihardt I -•n ex-wave, has been booked on : suspicion of child desertion. ' Plenty of Towels Amt Ireek eettene tee! Mether Takes thesa te "U-Do-ir Uundry <*"• modem MATTAO dry on our OAS 7 ••»>•— Oloee 8:30 pa. •e.turda, at noon. Open jr and -niureday until « •*• «*~- Soybeans Have Your Beans Cleaned Be/ore Planting! Our Cleaner Removes * All Grass and Weed Seed Doyle Henderson Soybean Company Highway 61 $o. Phone 2860 **xx*, M •«, Cbariea r, •upevintendent. Momiac Worehip, u aja. Evenini Wormhlp, I p.m. Wedaeed-vy prayer »»*tina>, T:JO CIUBCH or CHBIBT «. W. tHeraU, puUr •uiday School, t:M a.m. Worahlp aerrtee. l«:M aj«. Blbte Mudy, «:4* p.m. Jerriee, I p.m. LAND METHODIST •Va? L. BUiUeler, patter Ut, Ird. Mh •unoara. rremehlrn aervlcai, 11 a.m. •unday School every *ind»y, 10 jn. Second and Fourth Sunday* Preeehtm aervke* 7:00 p-m. •under School, M *.n Moraine Worahlp, 11 am Training Union, 1 p.m. Evening Service, 1:M j>-m. Wednesday nifbt prayer •errld, OALYART BAPTUT CMUBCB IMk a«el Chkkaeawie) r. H. Jenlcaej, peeter Bunday School, »:ib aj». Mornlnc Worabip, 11 ajn, B. T D., •:«* pm. - rvenln* Worahlp, I pja. Wednesday Prayer. ieetln« 1:30 p.m. AgllMBLT OF GOD CHURCH . L. O. Baansiy, peeter Bunday School, l:i> a.m. Morning Worship, 11.a.m. Method!** Touth Pellowahlp, COO p.m. •wntoi Worahlp, T:M pjn. l"r»yer Meeting, Wad. 7 pm Christ Ambassador Herncee, l:lc ^AI. Children's Church, «;30 p.m a>angeli»Uc Serrloei, T:>0 p.m. BUBOBTTE CCTCKCH OF QOO B. at Shaw, pastor Bunday BcMow. 9:48 a.m. Morning Worship, 11 ajn. Youth Service, 7 p.m. Evening Service, t p.m. FDI.L OOSPXL TABEKNACU Vent Bewlin, pastor Sunday School, »:« a.m Morning Worship, 11 ajn. Young People, 8:« u.m •veolnc Worship, 7:10 pjn. GATEWAY TABCRNACU L. G. Bentn, vaster Church Service, 1:46 a m Evening Worship, 7:30 p.m. Church Service, Wednesday and Friday. T:M p.m. nmsT CHURCH u» n« NAZJULKRK DuM 4<af(..r«, puter Morainj Wonblp, 11 a.m. Youn« People* Meeting., 7:15 pj» Evening Worahfe, S i>m Sunday School, t:4S am. Hurt . Bund** School, *:W Morning Worship, 1] ».m. Training Union, 7 on, SATURDAY, HAT IJU.T BTUKT BArnn Sunday School, v:w> a.m. MornUig Worship, !«:» a.m. Training Union «:45 am. *»enlnt Worahlp T-.30 p.m. FLAT LAKE METHODIST CHUBCH Kay L. MeLeeUr putor Sunday ^^ ., Preaching Service «:io a.m. * Sunday School, 10:M a.m. Young People, « : j<, PJB . •TBEET METHODIST CHURCH H. H. Blerliu, paator Sunday School, B:« sm Preachinj Service, io:M am M. Y. F., «:M p.m. Preaching Service, 7:» pm W. S. O. 8. Monday, J;30 n m Wed, Mid-Week service.! 7 :JO p.m. OOSNELL BAPTIST CHUBCH t'aH Caetleenaii, poster Bundsy School, 10:00 a.m. Morning Worship, n ; oo «ja, Training Union, 7:»o pm Evening Worship, »:co p.m. rl( £ hu " <lay ' T:>0 vm - ^»y«r.Ber- WOODLAND CORNER BATTIST CHUBCH Arnold Clayton, paetor Sunday School, iO:00 a.m. Worship Bsrvlce, 11:00 am. B. T, U., 7:00 p.m. Evening Worship, «:oo pm Wednesday Prayer Service, 7:00 p.m. , FIRST METHODIST CHURCH *ev. Allen D. Stewart, puter Church School, 9:45 j7nv Worship Services, 10:80 a.m. Intermediate and Junior Fellowship Program, g:oo pm Sehlor M. Y. », « : M pm. Worship Services, 7:30 p.m. Wednesday Choir'Practice, 7:30 p.m. FIRST BAMIST CHURCH E. C. Brown, putor Sunday School, 9:40 a.m. Morning Worship lervl^e, 10'5S a.m. Training Union, g:30 p.m. Evening Worship Service, T:K) p.m. Fellowship for Young People, 8:30 p.m. Wednesday. Prayer Serrlc*, 7:« p.m. FIRST LUTHERAN CHURCH ReT. Robert Jaeger, putor Sunday School, 10:00 a.m. Morning Worship, ]l:oo a.m. Tuesday Adult BiblB Olus, 7:45 p.m. fEBVTCU Woman', CiHdAow*, 111* W. Main •verleating Punishment" U the subject of the Usson-Sermon which will b* read in all Churche. and Societies of th* church of Christ, Scientist, OB Sunday. Wednesday Evening Meeting, 1:90 p.m. FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH B*v. Harrcy T. HUM, puter Sunday School, 1:46 a.m. Arkansas College Choir, 11:00 ajn. Junior Choir, 7:10 pjn. Evening Service, S-.'rmon, 'The Rich, Young Ruler," 7:30 p.m. Wednesday Prayer Meeting, 7:30 p.m. Choir Rehearsal, CIO p.m. TEMPLE ISRAEL Dr. Alfred Vise, R*bM Sunday school, 10:00 a.m. Tuesday, «:00 p.m.. Meeting of Lodge and Temple Sisterhood. FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH R*r. Letter D. Strubhar Sunday School, »:4S am. Morning Worship, sermon. "Chll- drens Place la Ood'i Creation," 10:SO 'a.m. Junior Choir, J:3C pm. Evening training service, 6:30 p m Monday, Monthly Official Bo«rd Meeting. 70O p.m. Wednesday Choir Practice, 1:00 p.m. Thursday Male Chorus Practice, '.'SO p.m. ARMOREL BAPTIST CHURCH Rev. Homer Adkiiw, putor Sunday School, 10:00 a.m. Preaching, H:00 a.m. Training Union, 7:00 p.m. Evening Worship. 8:00 p.m. Wednesday, Prayer Meeting, 7:30 pm. Osceola Churches FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH L. R. SUU Jr., pastec Bible School, 9:46 a.m. Mornlnj Worship, 10:60 a.m. Evening Service. 7:00 p.m. Midweek Service, 7:30 p.m. 8T. MATTHEW'S CHURCH Francis B. McDeTiit, paste* Mass, 8:00 a.m. FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH L. T. Lawrence, pastor Sunday School, 8:45 a.m. Mornln« Worship, 11 a.m. Young People, 5:00 pm. Wednesday evening service, 7:30 p.m. Mom Ing Worship, 11:04 a.m. B. T. Union, «:X) p.m. Rvenlnsj Service, 7:30 p.m. Midweek Servlc*, 7:30 p.m. CHURCH OF CHRI»r O. C. ThiaiiilB, pasier Bible School, »:4» a.m. Morning Worship, 10:45 a.m. E\'enlng Service, 7:30 p.m. Sunday School, 9:ii a. m Bible Study, Tuesday and Friday, 7:30 p.m. FIRST PENTECOSTAL Nanosn •.em, Morning Service, 11:00 a,sa. Evening Service, 7:*0 pjn. FIRST METHODIST CBUECI Sunday School, »:« a.m. Morning >rvice, 11:00 a.m. Methodist Youth Fellowship, «:lt p.m. Evening Service, T:M PJB. WANTED by me e* the faatesi grewlng burineeaea fa Mfthevisla, seiUlt aied maa U take training for Manager tt business. Meet be J able U keep books, type and de general offlee work. Fast st4- J vaneement. WoaM oo&sMer right nun far 'working fatten*. Send i references and ^uatirleatioiis IB first letter. P. 0. Box 804 FOR SALE: Sroneville 2B Cottonseed. First year from tam- , dation seed. Delinted and Ceresan treated, j High germination. E. B. GEE SALES CO. 117 N. Second St. In Ihe Cliancery Court fer the Ghiekasawbs District of Mlislselppi County, Arkansas. . Leo Brawley and Mabla Brawley Defendants vs. Jame* Willis Bowles, ...Defendant! WARNING ORDER | The defendant, James Willis Bowles, U warned to appear In this court within thirty days and answer . the complaint of the plaintiffs. Leo Brawley and Mable Brawley. ! This the 23rd day of April,. IBM. . HARVEY MORRIS, Clerk By Betty Peterson, D. C. 4124-511-8-15 FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Rueell J. CInbb, paster Sunday School, 9:45 a.m. Elliott Johns, Prop' FOR REFRESHMINT | AT ANY TIMI! Our Restaurant J!a« Been Redecorated For Your Comfort JOHNS CAFE 409 West Main Attend Church qt the FIRST CHURCH of the NAZARENE Corner First & Sycamore Street* SUNDAY 11 a.m. "MYSTERY of the KINGDOM" 7:45 p.m. "OUR PRESENT HELP" Special Singing- by Quartet and Duet DANIEL STAFFORD, Pastor Soybean Recleaning Let us reclean your soybeans. Our new modern cleaner double cleans, removes splits, faulty beans, dirt, trash, weed seeds, for better germination and purity. Blytheville Soybean Corp. BUILDINGS 25'x46" Sectional Army Surplus SPECIFICATIONS 1x8 Drop Siding. 2x4 Studding, 2 ft oe. Wall height, g ft. inside. 2x10 Rafters, 2 ft. oc. 12 double windows. • Appro*. 60 ft. partitions. • Sheet Rock in sidewalls. • 4 doors.. • 90 Lb. roll roofing. Price 1850.00 F. 0. R Also Available: 20'xlOO' Buildings, Pric* $750 Fob 16'x48' Buildings, Pric* $350 Fob 20'x52' Buildings, Pric* $575 Fob 16'xl6' Building*, Price $150 Fob AH the shove buildings are inspected for damage and repaired before leaving camp site at Alexandria, Lt. Call. Write or See U§ for Further Detail* Marion Surplus Sales 805 Ward Av«. Day Phone 836 Cavulhersville, Mo. Night Phone 758-W Phone 856 1800 W. Main St. Phone 857 ^T***** 5 **** 1 ^^^ PROFIT By Reading the Classified Ad* Every Day! PROFIT By Advertising In TKg Clarified Column* When You Want To Buy or Sell Ad* Placed by 10 a.m. Will Appear Samt Day All Classified Advertising Payable in Advance Phone 4461 Blytheville Courier News

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