The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 27, 1947 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, September 27, 1947
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BLYTHEV1LLE (AHK.) COURIER NEWS SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 27,'19-17 Stale's Spending Exceeds Income $78,205,114 Token Fropn' Taxpayers Within Single Year UTTLE ROCK. Aik.. Sept. 27. CUP)- -The stale of Arkansas speiu $782 083 ruoie than it took In during the fiscal ^ear ending last June 30. G&v. Ben Laney announced lo- "rne- governor denied, however, Una tjie stale did any deficit spend- •ing'during'liie year, pointing out that a sizeable surplus existed at " Tl'c"''state spent $78,967,19'] in state and federal funds as compared with collections of $18,205.114. O! this amount, federal money for welfare, lrigh\ya,ys. education and health to- tal£d'*n.112.621. ' . "As long as the government slhys within its income plus any surplus it may. have, there is no deficit spending in my opinion," Laney said. "Deficit spending* means going into debt." The. ' governor said the record W°h: expenditures were brougiu r.bout by the 'continued demand of the people for improvement and cx- pansio'n of roads", schools and other Rent Director \ Faces Request To Up Ceilings SVASHINQTON, Sepl. 27. (UP) — nent Director Frank Creedon loday pondered a problem tossed at him from Louisville, Ky.. hill earryini; implications for Inncllords and len- p ants throughout the nation. The issue was a five per cent, boost in rent ceilings on Louisville's 93X00 controlled hoine.s nnd apartments.' The boost, was recommended by Hie sircn'.s new Local Reul Advisory Board in the first aclion of Us kind. 'The Louisville board is composed of t\vo lawyers, two real estate agents, nnd n banker. H acted Iwo days alter Creedon hn<l called on Oov. Simeon Willis lo name additional board members lo represent lenanls. Crcedon faecd llils (iiicslioii: must he follow Hie board's recommendation, or Is il In fad as well as In name merely a rcconimcndn- tion? His advisers reportedly arc divided. Oilier rent boards, provided foi in the new rent, law that became TRUMPS TOPPERS- New yachting cap, worn by Chief Executive aboard the USS Missouri, brings to ah even dozen the types of headgear worn by a well-dressed president. The dashing dozen is pictured below. Die Cll ccllln«s rveae , largest' slice of state funds last year. The total for all education was $20.~" state services. The financial report, prepared by Stale' Comptroller John Truemper, revealed lhat. education received Ihe 1: ThL ^97.8(i3.","of whieli $17,236,205 went to public-schools. The educational system of' Arkansas also received a large a'mount of federal funds. Highways received $13,377.463 i:i state : money alfd $3,488.836 in federal funds to rank second. More" Ihan $10,000,000 was set nside'Tor debt service, while more than $5,000.030 was SRcnt for welfare purposes. The welfare department also received more than $6,- CCO.OOlJn federal aid. The chief source of income during the year was the gasoline tax which produced »17,709,990. The sales tax ranked second with $17,157,930. Other sources included liquor taxes $5,929,000, cigarette toxcs $5,579.000, automobile license fees $5,537.000, Income taxes $4.145.000 and ad valorem taxts $3,56«,000. effective July 1. are swingim; Into aclion In many of nrens under federal rent What Crcedon tells Ihe Loulsvllh board, officials snld, may set a pattern fpr his future dealings will others. The law .says recommendation by "reprcsentiillve" local board ifor general rent boosts or decontrol) must be approved by Crcedon. provided they arc "approprlnlcly substantialcd and in aceordance with applicable Inw nnd reBiiln- lions." Crcedon first okayed Ihe Louisville board. Then on the basis of local protests ',ie listed for additlon- 1 nominations. These have not pi been received. Some ol crcedon's advisers _ re- lortedly tuke Ihc posillon thai Jrccrion's hnndljook is. not bliiillng and Hint local boards tiro luilo- lonious Others eontciul Unit, it is IP lo Creedon hiinscH to decic.'. vhiil constitutes compliance nw nml regulations. wltli tu Federal Grand Juries . To Have, Women on Panel LITTLE ROCK, Ark.. Sept. 27 IUP). — The next federal eruut. jury "to report to U. S. Dlstrlc Court in Little Rock will htive,vn men on It. Federal Judge Thomas C. Trim ble yesterday 'ordered the forum tioti til a 1 new jury by Oct. 20 to 'reconsider indictments returned V>y one which reported on Sept. 15. but had ho women serclug on it. Judge Trimble's action was prorrijirpd by a motion for disfcibi- sal of\iome of the indictments n- gnlnsV-n recent defendant on the 1 grounds that women had been "purCoscly excluded" from participating. The U. S. Supreme Court . recently granted a dismissal on the "' .County Judges Propose To Expand Organization HOT ' SPRINGS, Ark., Sept.' 27. "-^ The.nnnuaj meeting o[ the * Judges Advocate Board of Fiscal Control Abolition UTTLE ROCK, Sept. 27. (UP>The Influential Arkansas Judicial Council, made up of Arkansas Circuit and Chancery judges, has act, vocated the abolition of the Board of Fiscal Control and Ihc return ol Us powers to the courts. The council members cave tut? proposal a vote ol confidence, when il was made nt 11 meetliiiX ycstorcluy in Liltle Rock by Pulaskl Chancellor Prank Dodge. Such a move has already been undertaken by the Arkansas Bar Association. Dodge's proposal was lhat the council appoint a committee lo work with a Bar Association group now drawing up n bill lo be presented ul the next k-elsUuirc culling for Ihe elimination of the board. II was approved without n dissenting vote. . The Bar Association plan would allow Circuit judges lo hear clniins against the state which now come before Ihe Fiscal Conlrol Board. Prosecuting attorneys would represent the slate. CHURCH NEWS HALF MOON ASSEMBLY OF GOD Martin Hcajan, ncliiifr pastor Sunday School. 10 ii.m. Charles Springer, suporlntemlonl. Morning Worship. 11 a.m. Evening Worshij). II p.m. Wednesday prayer mectlnt:, 8 CHURCH OK VHKlhT K. W. Slnvall. pustor Sunday School, 9:SO a.m. Worship Service. 10:50 a.m. Bible Study, fi:45 p.m. Evening Service, 8 u in. FIRST METHODIST CHURCH Allen 1). Stewart, pastor Church School, 9:45 n.m. Worship Service, 10:50 a.m. Senior Youth Fellowship, 6:31 . .County* Judges' Association will be held in Little Rock on Nov. 20 and 21, arid at that time members will consider a plan to include nil county!' officials in the organization,!. This was announced yesterday by Judge/ Cj/ Btond of CriUenden . County who said he will study the organization of the National Coun. ty Officials. Association when it meels in October. Pilot Warned of Flying Before He Crashes Mental Test. Ordered For Lake City Suspect JONESBORQ, Ark. iSc'pl. 27. (UP)— William Clements. 45. of Lake City, was to be removed to State,,Hospital in Little Rock today ..for mental observation, bj Craighead County Sheriff Leo: Brown. Clements, a former constable am commercial fisherman was ordcre< by Circuit Judge Hal' Harrison to be examined. He had been Impri soned in connection with th Christmas Day slaying of his wife Makes Crash Landing BILOXI, \iiss., Sept. 27. (.UP)— AJI . Army C-32 circled Keesle Field for over five hours yesterda belore maklhf a successful eras landing after its left landing gea failed to lock. LL'.Marviri F. Teel, Biloxl. tl pilot,' made a perfect three poln landing after circling the field fo riearlv BIX hours to bum enoug iiasoline to permit a crash landii without danger of an explosio Seven 'enlisted men also were board the 'plane. " GATEWAY TABERNACLE I,. C*. Korah, pastor Church Service, 9:45 n in. Evening Worship, V.30 p.m. Church Service, Wednesday and 'riday. 7:30 p.m. ASSKMBI.Y OF GOIJ CHURCH I,. C. Ramsey, pastor Sunday School, 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship, 11 a.m. Christ Ambassador Services, 6:30 p.m. Children's Church, 0:30 p.m. Evangelislic Services, 7:30 p.m. BUROETTK CHURCH OF GOD It. K. Shaw, pastor Sunday School, 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship. U a.m. Youth Service, 7 p.m.. Evening Service. 8 p.m. ;!IUIU:!i OF THE IMMACULATE CONCEPTION Itcv. II. Fruiifis McOevilt, pastor Kcv. P:iul Rujarskl, assistanl pastor Sunday Musses, 1 and 10 n.m. Weekday Masses, fi p.m. WEDNESijAY Sunday School Cabinet Meeting, GM p.m. Officers' and Teachers' Meeting, 7 p.m. Prayer Service, 7:30 p.m. HOT SPRINGS. Ark., Sept. 27. UP)—Hot Springs police said- toy that the Lambert, Ark., man 10 died in an airplane crash last -._ght had been warned against fly- g low, before he look oil. Boyd Sheels drowned when his anc struck a high lension wire crashed into Lake Catherine ome len miles south of Hoi Springs. ccordiiiK lo Deputy .Sheriff Walt IcLccy, the wire was less than 40 eet off the ground. And he added lal Sheets, n Gl flyiiiB-lraininB udent, was nut of the prncllce ving area anil had been caulioned '_ Hot Springs airport officials gainst "buzzing." His body was recovered from -10 eet of water wilh grappling hooks bout an hour after Ihc crash. This vas the second crash of a private >lane in the Hoi Springs urea in s many days. Thursday the president of the Hot Springs Airways, nc.. Otis McCraw of Hot Springs, vas killed when his surplus "Army miner spun and crashed. p.m. i Intermediate Youth Fellowship ti:30 p.m. Worship Service. 7:30 pin. Choir practice, Wednesday. IMMANUKI, BAPTIST CHURCH A. M. Iloustnn, pastor Sunday School, 10 -\.m Morning Worship, 11 n.m Training Union. 7 p.m. Evening Service, 7:M p.m. Wednesday night prayer sen-Ice, | p.m. i CA1.VAKY BAM-IST CHURCH 16lh and Chlcluisawl) * 1'. II. Jernigaii, pastor Sunday School, 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship, <1 a.m. B. T U., GL45 p.m. Evening Worship, 1 p.m. Prayer Meeting, '':30 p.m. FIUST CHRISTIAN CHURCH K. S. l!aird; pastor 'Stmdny School, 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship, 10:50 a.m. FL'AT LAKE METHODIST CHURCH Ituy Mi-Lester, pastor iycry Sunday Picacliing Service 9:30 a.m. Sunday School, 10:30 a.m. Youtig People, 0:30 p,m'. I'ltOMlSEl) I,AND METHODIST CIIUHCH • Itay L. McLcstcr, pastor 1st, 3rd. Tilh Sundays Preaching Services, 11 a.m. Sunday School every Sunday, a.m. Second and Fourth Sundays Preaching Services 7:30 p.m. Sunday night sermon. 7 p.m. Social hour followlni; services sponsored by Temple Sisterhood. j FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHUKCH j 'ijarvcy T. KJdd, pallor ; Morning Worship, il a.m. i Sunday School, 9:45 ajn. i Subject, "CDiistructivc C'oiivcrsa- | lien". Duet by Miss Jane McAdams j i atid O. E. Kmidsen, | Tveniny Service. 7:30 p.m. Subjcr::: ".Tohti, the Beloved ; Apcstle." ST. S'lI'.l'HKN'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH. Sunday School. ti:'.5 a.m. 1 CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SERVICES Woman's Clubhouse, 1416 \V. Main • "Reality." is the suojeci or Ihe '• L?rsoii-Sei'mon ,which will be rc'Ul in all Churches and Societies tif the j'o Church of Christ, ScientLsl. on Suni day. .self n.s Clara Blokely. -I was in the telephone boolh." siie said, "and I [iot ttu wrapped i:p in my conversation I didn't notice tho store—it's a liquor store—^was closing. • Now I'm locked in with all Ihesc; holtlcs." Police routed the store owner out of bed, and he released Mis K.iku- ly. Siie doesn't drink. Read Courier News Waul Ads. ,AII Bottled Up I.AHK STREET METHODIST,. CHURCH * ; 11. II. Hlevlns, iKisIor Church School. 9:50 a.m. Morning Worship, 10:50 A.m. Methodist Youlh Fellowship, 6:00 p.m. Evening Worship. 7:30 p.m. Prayer Meeting. Wed. 7 p.m. FIRST CHUKCH Of THE NA/.AiiENK Daniel Stafford, pastor Morning Worship, H a.m. Young People's Meeting, 7:15 p.m. Evening Worship, 8 jym. Sunday School, 8:-l5 a.m. VAKBRO. MKTHQU1ST CIIUKCII Rftf' L.' McJ/eftteiy pastor First. 3rtl; 5Uv:S*mdj»j'S: Preaching Services, 7;30 p.m. Sunday School, 10 a.'ni. Second and 4th Sundays: Preaching Services. 11 a.m. •Young People, G:30 p.m." CHICAGO. Sept. 27. (UF>— Police got a lelephono call from a frantic young woman who identified her- MINNIE LEE JONES MUSIC STUDIO Te;if I'er 'of PIANO THEORY — HARMONY Special Classes for Pre-Schoo! Children and Beginners 807 Chickasawha I'honn 2391 FIUST LUTHERAN CHUKCH lloberl Jaeger, paslyr Sunday School, 10 a.m. Adult Membership Class. 10 a.m. Morning Services, 11 a.m. Tuesday evening Sunday School Teachers Mc-ctin^ at 7:33 p.m. FULL GOSPEI, TABEttNACI.E Vent tlowlln, paslor Sunday School, 9:45 a.m. Mornlni: Worship. II a.m. Young People. 0:45 p.m. Evening Worship, 7:30 p.m. Businessmen Targets Of Moscow's Stooges MACON. Oa.. -Sept. 27. (UP)- Enrl O. Slireve. president of the U. S. Chamber of Commerce, toUl NUMBER Nl.VT; UAl'TIST CHURCH Ifoward II. Kiil£, :i^stor Sunday School, 0:45 :i.m. Mornir-K Worship. 11 e..ln. Training Union. 7 O.ITI. Evening Worship, 3 p.m. LILLY STUEET BAl'TIST I). K. HIcclsoe, pastor Sunday School. D:3D a.m. Monitnn; Worship. 10:S5 a.m. Training Union 6:45 a.m. Evening Worship 7:30 p.m. FIRST BAPTIST CHUIUJII E. C. llrown, paslor Sunday School. 0:40 a.m. iteming \Vor."i'.r.p. TCi., 1 ), 1 ) a.m. Trnlnlng Union, 6:30 p.m. Evening Worship, 7:30 p.m. At Lowest Rate Long Tenn Quick Service A. F. Dietrich United Insurance Agency 10G S. 1st. St. Ingram Bldg BEN WHITE & SONS QENERAL'CONTRACTOR^:; MAIN OFFICE Dr. Alfred V:se. r.iljb: Festival of Tabernacles FlCE NQRTH TENTH* Phone 3151 - V^^i GATEWOOD GROCERY Phone 975 McKetlar Delays Trip WASHINGTON. Sept. 27. (UP) Sen. K. D. McKeller, D., Ten said today he would defer his pr posed'trip to Memphis. Tenn., u til Monday's conference betwc congressional leaders and President. Truman- McK«11ar hoped that the question, of & »*c"ia-i session of Congress ; would be settled before he returns to his home stale. Passenger Train Hits Open Switch; Five Hurt SALEM. Ore.. Sept. 27. (DPI—Five crew nicnvorrs were injured. Iwo seriously, lr*st night when Hie Southern Pacific railroad's Wes' Coast Limited struck an open switch near Prlngle. Ore., a mile and a half East of here. About 200 passengers were aboard the train. Sixty were riding In two coaches which were over turned nnd a third that was knocked on an angle they were shaken up, but none was Injured. J. o. l-iliamwi in v.>immii.n.^, iv,,,. t • •% • lii-orgin Chamber executives here] i XAfnnt^n fO BlJV • list night thai "Ihe American busi- j » TTUnrea TO BUy . Highest Prices J Paid for Used £ Tractors and J Equipment I Russell Phillips : ;iessnum Is the target of Moscow's stooges." 1 "These alien tcrmilcr, know what i lliey nre doing when they attack, the business man. They understand I lhat the strength ol America is thr rcnyth of the cntcriirise syslem." Russia, Shrcve added, "lowers over the ruins of Euro|>c and has designs to dominate the continent and ultimately the world." Safely practices have never been condemned by .sane individuals. Tractor Co. • v fit I'hone 2171' .» S.We Guaranty for Compfofe Protection Against All INSUR4BU HAZARDS Phorv 3M5 W.J. POLLARD AGENCY RECAPPING with Haw^inwm Tremdi Let Your Next Tires Be; GENERALS i Phone 3371 Night Phones 2527 and 2903 WALPOLE ELECTRIC Complete Electrical Store Wiring - Fixtures - Appliances 117 So. Second SI. Hlythcville, Ark. Free Estimates on All Work New Numbers 4474 and 4475 But Same Reliable Service "For Work Done Right" CALL NU-WA Laundry-Cleaners 220 North 2nd Street Ark.-Mo. State Line 1: on the left at the Arch 7 Crown ....... Calvert Schenley Three Feathers Hill & Hill Old Taylor ,, Four Roses . . . y> PL 1.35 1.35 1.35 1.35 1.40 pt. 2.65 2.65 2.65 2.65 2.75 4l35 2.85 4s. 15 4.15 4.15 4.15 4.40 6-90 4.50 Cost More — Worth Mort" MOPINGER TIRE CO. ' BLADDER IRRITATION Thousands Have found Relief in the Natural Mountain Valley Mineral Water from fnmous Hot Springs, Arkim&as. A pure, soolhlng nid in relieving iirltallon of Ihcse delicate orgims. helpful In stlmulntlng kidney aclton and cllmlnnllng syslemic wasles. Doclors have prescribed lliis p'.ensnul walcr for over fifty years. Order a case today. CROSSTOWN WHISKEY SHOP Mate »r*d OlTWM Ark. FARM DITCHED DITCH BANK LEVELING* PRIVATE ROADS OR ANY', EXCAVATION S^t? Estimates per Case $2 38 JGAS, reg 17-5c; tfhyl 19.5 :AII Brands Cigarets, ctn. $1.35 B. J.COHEN Contractor 4.YNCH-BLD6: BLYTHEVILLE ARK. • 9honz 364-6 a>ut2515 ST U DEB AKERS CHAMBUN SALES CO. Sales STUDEBAKER Service Let our skilled mechanics take care of your cars and (rucks. 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