The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 10, 1948 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, January 10, 1948
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, FAttK .TWO- BLYTHEVI^LE (ARK.) COURIER NEWt Embargo Placed Shipping Arms SMreh in Mew York Are« BOMS Dealt \ With Jewiih Agency •WBW TORK, Jan. 10. (U.P.)— • Bevwty-flrt tow of a 199-ton 'tonalcnment of super explosives •old to a New York firm by the War Asset* Administration were •till mlisiiif today and authorities fedtovM they may be on the high »*«j, «n route to the Jewish un- fcenround ,'n Palestine. . A spokesman for tlie Arab Higher Committee at the United Na- lion* charged that arms from Jier* had been smuggled to the lloljr Land by Jewish groups for •omettme. Tlie WAA clamped an embargo on all further shipments of explosives In the New York nrea »ft«r New Jersey and New York fltlte police seised 12« tons of the 199-ton consignment sold to an apparently dummy New York firm. The remaining 73 tons still were unaccounted for, The FBI was tiivestiealinB Foundry Assoclales, New York, Which purchased Hie consignment. The firm has what apparently, is only a mailing address in R suite which it shares with three other Companies, Leonard Weismann, who Ji 'the suite and is president of tho .three olher firms, was reported "out of town." , Arabl Hall Chared The A r "-b committee spokesmen laid his charges were bused 01, ."information and belie!." He said that, armored cars and airplanes also were being purchased here ;]fqr (teliveij to the Jewish unrtcr- 'p-ound, . .Three trailer trucks of cylamllo .»n explosive more powerful tlmi TPTT ---'- • • Mumane Doctor Gives Dog Reprieve 1 Ohlldrtn'a Ohuroh, I:JQ p.m. Kv*.n|*ll*tl<> 8*rrioM. T.K p.m. BUKUETTK CHUECH Or QOD B. t. Hh»», puut fiunday School, 9:46 a.m. Horning Worihlp, n »jn. Youth Service, 7 p.m. Evening Service, 8 pm FULL GOSPKL TABKKNACIX Vent Hew I In, pistor Sunday School, 9:45 a.m Morning Worihlp, 11 a_tn. Young Ptopla, «:« p.m. Xv«nlng Worship, 7:10 pj». OATKWAY TABKKNACLK L. G. Bo ran, pultr Church Service, 9:4S am evening Worship, 7:30 pm, Church in-rvlce, Wedneidar and Friday. 1:38 p.m. CHRIftTIAN SCir.NCI IEBVIOM Woman'a Clnbh«u«, Hit W. Mala "Sacrament" if the subject of the LM»n-s«nnon which win b* read In all Ohurch«a and flocietlM of the church of Christ, Scientist, on Sunday. The Golden Text 1»: "The grae* of the Lord j es uB Christ, and th« lov« of God, and tha communion of lh« Holy Qhoat, b* with you all." II Cor. 1S:U. •^^^^^^^^^^^^•^^^^•••as^aJWwaaiWMMv'^waHHHBBKMMBM Very much a pel now, and often Hugged by Sue Terrell Hawley, _ yearj-old of port Worth, Texas, "Grey Dog" went through 20 months of experimental tests at Southwestern Medical foundation at Dallas. ;TRT'were""set'zed"by"sraic"poIlce PlnBlly ll WBS dcomL ' d that she ' rt ' 1( " le ner blt !or Immunity and the yesterday near Saugertles, N. Y. doclora »' er « ordered to find her a home. l>r. George B. Hawley at An eight-state alarm had been Fort Worth, who'd done part of the experimental work on "Qrey DOB" aent out for the sh!nmm»e «»,,-_ ,_. ,_ , . ... .... °' —, out for the shipments, pur ;ehased at the Seneca Ordnnno< ;pepot, Romulus, N. y., since .cyclamlte was discovered Tluirs ;day at the farm of Charles Low pear Asbury Park. JV. j. ; Another truckload of tlie explosive was uncovered In Lowy's Jersey city, N. J., warehouse early .yesterday and later in (lie day 52 •efcses of combat knives and sn of first aid materials wcro In search of belter liver function tests, took the dog home to daughter, Sue Terrell. (NBA Tclcphoto.) CHURCH NEWS j.=oca ui Ural, aiq materials wcro « • > discovered. He was held in $15,000! •*"* : -*.w>:x>::»:»:»»:»:>:;^»;»:>:# pa*l bV Monmniilh r^nnntir a..iv. n ^ ..._-. . ••—• ...... ..i ^iu,w/u by Monrnouth county author- ,'.^The ariipmeiilj seized !ic»r sua- .-.Bfrties were destined to v Ixiwy's '•vTons f T °? CtllCr tlley contall>1> < 1 ,«f M-3 demolition blocks. r« Become Susplcloui "aid the drivers or the the Jasck Trans- J. 1 *' rtrlver ' of Gartleln, we fe arrested for l Pr ° P " ^"a as ^plosive car- YARBRO AIETHODIST CHUKCH Ray V,. MoLesltr. paitnr 1st, nrd. Btl) Sundays. PreachhiR Services. 7:00 p.m. Sunday School. 10 a.m. Second and 4th Sundays Preaching Services, U a.m. Ymmg People, 8:30 p.m. PROMISED LAN|> METHODIST v *Ray 1* MoLrstpr, pastor 1st, 3rd, 5tn yvmoai's. ' Preaching services, 11 a.m. Sunday School every Sunday, 10 a.m. or at DC-J -resort oity. A u k i' Two States Get Larger Supply Of Natural Gas WASHINGTON, Jan. 10. (UP)— The Federal Power Commission yesterday authorized the Southern Natural Qas Co. to expand tlm ca- j sa] , imcity of its na,lui-n) u&s tninsnils- 11 cvorV' 0 " 1 ' 1 . 10 IUK| BDrvc " BW m^rkols in "—more Mississ it 1 W »nd Alabama. The commission approved a two. S'ear oonstruotion program esturmt.. ed to cost »ia,20a,«10. It includes a mainline connection lor Tnltassee. Ala., incveabed pressures en ilw Macon, On., and Mimt- eoniory, Ala., bninohus, and brnnch Hne extensions to LexniRUm, Miss,, A. M. Houston, paster Sunday School.' 10 *.nii. Morning \VpfshIp, tl ; ain Training Union, 7 p.ui, ' Evening Service, 7:)6 p.m. Wednesday night prayer •' T p.m. of fl- irt Transport 10 '~ o ' S g rlllE , s ' * ' and whita pl »"«. Al >- 'rne WhHr • ?° uthern i plilns "teiuion will connect with Jli B ht into this ville and Piedmont, Ala. Mast Amendments More amendments to tlie U. B Constitution were adopted durlni; the administration of Oeorge Wash Second and Fourth Sundaya Preaching services 7:oo p.m. IIA1JF MOON ASSEMBLE OF GOD Martin Keagan, acting paitor Sunday School, 10 a.m. Oharle* Bprlnger, superintendent. Morning Worship, n a.m. Evening Worship, g p.m. Wednesday prayer meeting, 7:30 FIRST CHURCH O» iM NAZARENK Daniel .S'ait.-ril, pattor Morning Worship, Ji «, m , Young People's Meeting, 7:18 pjn Evening Worship, t oju Sunday School, 9:45 »,m. NUMBER NIN*. HAFTIST CHURCH Howard H. Klni, pastor Bund«y School, 9:« ».m Morning Worship, JJ ».m. Training tlnlon, 1 o.ra Evening Worship. 8 p.m. UliV STREET BAmST l>. it. nicasoe, paktor Sunday School. 8:30 am Morning Worship, 10:55 am. Training Union 6:45 a.m Evening Worship 7:30 um FLAT LAKE METHQDI3T CHUHCH Ray L. McLeater pastor Every Sunday Preaching Service «;JO a.m Sunday School, 10:30 » m i Young People, S;30 p.m. OUURUH OF TW IMMACUI ATE CONCEPTION Kev. Francis B. McDevltt. pastor Rev. Paul Rujarakl, assistant pai- lor. Sunday Masses 7:30 and 10-30 Weekday Masses, 7:30 p.m. Osceolo Churches FIBST CilKISTIAN CHURCH L. H. Still Jr., pastor Bibla School, 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship, 10:50 a.m. evening Service, 7:00 p.m. Midweek Scrvlc*, 7:30 p.m. ST. MATTHEW'S CHURCH Francis B. McDeiJU, pastor Mass, 9:00 am. FIRST rRESBVlTKUN CHUKCH L, T. Lawrence, paitor Siuictny School, 8:43 a.m. Morning: Worship, U a m Young People, 5;00 p.m. Wednesday evening servict, 7-30 p.m. SATURDAY, JANUARY 10, 1348 sUPTitr cttrmcH •M«U j. dab*, Mite Aunday School, f -4$ am- rn.^^'^ 8 - 10 - a^Tssaja,^,. CHumcH or CHRIST O. C. Thompson, otlior BlbH School, »:4« a.m. Morning Worihlp, 10:44 a m. Evenlnr Btnict, 7:JO p.m. Blbl* Study, Tuesday and Friday. 1:30 p.m. FIRST FKNTBCOBTAL CHUHCB Sunday School, i-.U^'m. SteeJ Oil Barrel Racks Any 8lu T. L. MABRY 4M MISSOURI ffl. I 13,491.73 FIRST CHRISTIAN ( IUJKCH Key, R. s. Bairtf, pastor Sunday School,'8:41 am Morning w -<•-], itj ; so am . FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH E, U. Mrown, pailor ' Sunday School, 9:40 a.m. Morning Worship, 10:55 a.m. Training Union, 6:30 p.m Evoning Worship. 7:30 pm. Sunday School Cabinet Meeltnc «:45 p.m. Officers' and Teachers 1 Meeting, 7 p.m, Wednesday Prayer Service, 7-30 DR AI NAGroimicTNUMBER SEVENTHS" «f Mississippi County, Arkansai STATEMENT RECKIFT8 AND DISBURSEMENTS Period January 1, 1847 t, December 31, 1947 Cash on hand January i, 1947 RECEH'TS Balance 1046 Taxes (Collected January, 1SH7) 1947 Tascs Collected ...'.]' ".!"["" Delinquent Taxes Collected !..!!.'"' Delinquent Tax Costs Land Sales - Principal ...'.'.'.'.'. Land Sales-Interest Land Sales - Cash Sales '.!"!'" Income Lands Owned - Stuinpgg'e "'.'.'.'. Income Lands Owned - Floodwny Rent Material Returned - Houses gee. 20-13-8 1342 Unclaimed Tax Refunds Withholding Tax Collected Income-Levee GraBin^ ..." Sale of Pumping Plant .'.','.'.'.'.'.'.",'.'" Interest Earned - U. S. Bonds Scrap Lumber Sold -. ST. STEPHENS EPISCOPAL CltUKCH Oluirch Bciiool, 9:30 a.m Morning Prayer, 11:00 a.m. CIlllltGH OF CHRIST E. W. HtovsM, pj.lor S.mday Suhool, B:SO a.m. Worship Service 10:60 a.m. Bibla Study, 6:« p.m. Evening Service, 8 p.m. FIRST PHKSIIYTEKIAN CHURCH IMMANUE1. BAPTIST CHURCH KeVl " :l rvc>- T, Kiad, pastor Sunday School, 9;4S afli.-: Morning Worship, l[;pO,i.n), Frank Smith of Omatti, ij(i)r.;i be guest speaker. Jiiillor Choir. 4:00 p.m. Vesper Service, 5:00 p.m. HRST MKTHOWST CHI'KCH Allen B, Stewart, pastor Church School, 8:45 a,m Worship Service, 'O'lifl a.m. Senior Vmith Fallowsiilp, 6:30 p.m. Intermediate Youth PellowjlliP. 6:30 p.m. r Worship Service, 7:39 h.rrt, Oholr practice, Wsdnejday CALVARY BAFTiaT CIHHCB 16th and Chlcliasauba P. H. Jernifan. pastor Sunday achool, %\\,i> a.m. Mornlne Worship, 11 a.m. B. T u., e:« p.m. Evening Worship, 9 pjn Wednesday Prayer leetin? 7:30 p.m. LAKE STREET METHODIST (JIUJKCH H. H. Blevlns, pkiur Church School, 0:50 a.m Morning Worship. 10:60 a.m. Methodbt youth Fellowship, «:00 p.m. Evening Worship. 7:3fl p.m. Prayer Meeting, Wed 1 p.m Wednesday. Prayer MectinE. 7'30 p. m. TEAIPLB ISHAEI, I>r. Alfred Vise, rabhl Sunday School. 10:00 a.m. Sabbath Services Friday Night at 8:00 p.m., with social hour, FIRST MJT1IEHAN CHURCH Kcv. Robert .lacjcr, pastro Sunday Bchoo), lO.-oo a.m. Adult Membership class 1^-30 pm. Worship Service with communion, 1:30 p.m. Annual Congregational Meeting, J:M pm. Ladles otullr! Meeting, 2:30 p.m. Service for Aati. 8'00 p m. Tuesday, Adult Dibit Class, 7:45 p.m. _ .-_ The passengers i,,fn,ed,afc E ,y\ven, Sduelo Irrive!'' 5 ' 1CBl " ar "^ ASSKMKI.V OK GOD CHURCH j L. C. Ramsey, pastor | Sunday School. 9:45 a.m. I Morning Worship, n n,m. I Olirlst Ambassndm a.xvictr. 8-aiJ sin. , Buy Now Pay Next Fall '/i Down—Bol. Oct 1 HUBBARD Furniture Co, Yes, Sir! A Real Indian Evangelist Is Coming To Blytheville! Rsyerend Spencer Ahpeatone Will Be At The FULL GOSPEL TABERHACLE Lilly and Vine Streets SUNDAY, JAN. 11 7:30 P.M. A Number of These Services Will Be Conducted In Full Indian Regalia! »I8,489.10 112.353,63 1,315,70 48,90 11,606.71 3.124JI3 300.00 3,241.37 *.415.00 301.74 51.36 265.00 87.56 1,000.50 675.00 100.00 Total HepelcU 159,373.79 DISBURSEMENTS Bond Paid (No. 17-69 due 4172.865.52 Lmcnes r^o. 21-A and 21-B.,., 403834 Yardnge adjustment .^2 78932 Moving Houses 643'90 Right-of-way & Damages... 60512 Material New Houses - Sec. 20-13-8 19093 Taxes & Expense - Lands Owned. ..'.'.'. 90192 Ford Car Purchased .... i ^' ,, Lands Purchased (Big Lnke Lands)'" 'Woo Withholding Tax Remitted .'.'.'. J^io $82,963.53 Maintenance i Operation Ditch Glean-out - Ditches .No. 42, 43 I! 480 03 Ditch Clearing-All Ditches 13.S01.K Drift Ilcmoval J96.00 car Expense ....:::::::::::::::;::; j£™ Miscellaneous Office Rent '.'.' Utilities Office Supplies &"stationery..,"" Exchange . ..;Recording 4: Advertising .......'.'. Bond Premium & Insurance.. Traveling & Miscellaneous Car I^xpense 14.33 20,92690 4,425.00 600.00 420.00 255.87 243.47 113.09 18B.01 430.12 207.52 58.28 Mornlrur •ervle*. 11:00 a.m. «venln» 8*rv|«, 7:)0 p.m. FIRST MKTHODIST CHUKCH Hertchtll* Couchm»n, paitor 'Sunday"School I:tt a.m. ' Morning :«rvke, n;OQ a.m. -Methotot Youth;'pkJlowthip;v«:li P.IM. enlng 8»rvlc«, 1:30 p.m. ttCHKIlV Savings at work here are loaned to home owners and are backed by one of the soundest types of security known...first mortgages on selected residential property. J BLYTHEVILLE FEDERAL 124 W. ASH ST. PHONE 3546 BEN WHITE & SONS GENERAL CONTRACTORS MAIN OFFICE- -NORTH TENTH Phone 3151 FARM j$ LOANS Horn* Office, Newark, N. J, '..£KM PROMPT CLOMN0 LOW RAT! CALL, WRITE OR SSI RAY WORTHINGTON US 8. Third St, Bljtherille, Ark. Serrlni This S^tlnn ?.^ Yrarn Aurhorfi«d Mortgage Loan Solicitor tor THIi PKUDENTUL INSURANCE COMPANY 0» AMERICA Total Disburseinerits Cash on hand December 31, 1041 ........ DEPOSITORIES Farmers Bank & Trust Company... Bond & Interest Acct ............ 513 000 00 General Fund .................... 12,000.00 First National Bank ............... 8,910.94 $25,000.00 no551» and correct to the best of my knowledge m,d belief „,,,_, O. O. Redman. Secretary Subsc-rlbcd ni id sworn to betorc me this the 3rd clay of January 1948 ' a " Noma Cothren, Notary Public. My commission expires Jan, 15, |»51. OE DISTRICT NUMBER SEVENTEEN of Mississippi County, Arkansas BALANCE SHEET AS OF DECEMBER 31, 1917 62,055.15 30,000.00 39.2P6.8Q ; 2,275.22 ' 12,609.03 Current Assets Cash on hand Fanners Bank and Trust Co. First National Bank S T U E B A TUDEBAKERS CHAMBLIN SALES CO. u Salet • STUDEKAKER * Service D Enjoy safety and peace at mind through regular car p Inspection, £j • Put in flood Running Order ^ t> New Pflinl Job JtJ • Check Electrical System _ , • Bruke Liiniiff and Slecrin? Jl A food selection of new and used trucks. Also, t nurakw us?d ear* . . all guaranteeill 1C <X lac* «jJlroa4 an* tab Slieela Chambliii pi«l 3IJ5 Bill £ H |ST U D EB AK E RS ... 37,055.5 TJ. S. GOVCJ junejit Bonds Land Sale Contracts- Principal Balance. '.'.'.'. Accrued Interest - Land Sale Contracts... Delinquent Ta:(es Receivable 102T and prior years 1,28532 lira!.'.'.'::::::::;::::"; 326is 1030 1931 258,70 745,35 324,58 1933 1934 1033 171.55 416.32 611.50 >"• 520/TO 1937 1931 . 1939 . 1940 . !941 . 1943 . 1943 . 1944 . 1,012.12 1.700.73 1,144.46 307.85 393.75 925.40 381.48 304.44 2)653 659.07 Total Current Asset* Fixed Assets Lauds Owned-Big Lake Area 10.R81.ei Houses-Sec. 20-13-8 (4> 3,622,53 Pumping Plant Dwelling 430.00 Furniture and Fixtures 3.383.28 Automobile 1.500,00 Completed Construction 940,410.40 136,319.26 e'rfen •s..'<S&@,icaa Q v T_SEAV_ NVQIOP, COM Total Fixed AweU Total All Assets $1,086,517.08 LIABILITIES Current l.iabllitin Withholding Tax Unremltted Deposits Levee Grazing Contracts. 1842 Tax Kefnds Unclaimed 18.20 377,50 5136 "No thanks, I'll ride with Red ... He h«s his repaft work done at T. T. SEAT MOTOR COMPANY!" Total Current Liabilities fixer! Liabilities ?% Bonds outstanding i^ext dut i.;,«>... Total All Liabilities 517.08 1,0*«,000.00 First National Insurance Agency FOR COMPLETE PROTECTION Phone 2311 108 North 2nd St. BILL WILSON ' CHARLES

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