The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 2, 1946 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, April 2, 1946
Page 7
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TIj'KSDAY, APim, 2, 1IMC Georgia Negroes Win Vote Rights Ruling Removes Last- Atom Of Uncertainty They May Cast Votes WASHINGTON, April 2. <UP> — WASHINGTON. April 1. (UI'J — The Supreme Court Moiulny upliclil Hie right or negroes to vote in Georgia Democratic primnnL's in a ruling that provoked ilcmnnds by Georgia officials (or legislation to "preserve white supremacy." The court, which ruled two years nj,'O Texas negroes coukl not be legally burred from suffrage, refused to review a lower court decision (hat a Georgia statute limning primary voting to qualified whiles violates the 15th Amendment to the Constitution. In the words of three 'Georgia [ election officials, the .Supreme Court removed the last "atom of uncertainty" that, in its opinion, the state law "unconstitutionally deprived" Primus E. King, a negro, of his right to vote uy denying him the privilege of casting a ballot in the July 4. 1044. primary. The official—Joseph E. Chapman Jr.. H. c. Smith and W. B. Swinson conceded In a petition asking the hish court to review the cas o that King was not permitted io vote ".solely because he was of the colored or negro race." They said the question involved was "of great importance, not only to the negroes hut to the petitioners here and hundreds of others situated similarly." They added: "They are honestly and sincerely of Ihe opinion that they have a right to confine the right of suffrage in primaries to white citizens. j "If they arc justified in their belief, this highest tribunal should say so. If they arc wrong in their j belief, this highest tribunal should ] say so." r King brought suit in the United g States District Court for Middle | f for $100 damages on. grounds his voting right was guaranteed by the 15th Amendment uhich says no citizen's rights shall be abridged because of race or color. The district, court held that Ills right to vote was unconstitutionally withheld. Its findings were np-. held on March 6 by the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals. IMA'THEVILLi: (ARK.) COURIER NKWS PAGXriVB Forlroit of a Princess Princesr. Elizabeth, heiress presumptive to the British throne, is p'.cUircd in a rose lace and tullo picture dress, embroidered in rose and gold with blue bullcM'Jlies, in this charming uot'lrail by famed 1 artist-photographer Cecil ficaton. Tlic rccenl portrait silting was at Huckingham Palace. Speaks Tonight Boards Will Dip Into 4-H Lists Army Needs Minimum Of 125,000 Draftees Before End Of April WASHINGTON, Ainil 2. I U.P.I —Local draft hoards have been asked to comb tlioir 4-F lists thoroughly to supply the Army with n minimum of 125,000 men j this month, Snlccti^e .Service Hcncl- i rjuiirUTs sakl Momiiiy. Monthly calls since List August have been about 50.030. The number wns more than doubled foi i April Lo make up for the shortage local boards this month for physical examinations. The 2-AL class comprises men engaged in essential civilian occupations who could not previously meet Army physical standards. The 2-CL class includes men deferred as farm workers who otherwise would be classed as 4-F's. The Army requests for inductees and Ihc number supplied by Selective Service since tlic end of :he war are: Aususl. 80,000 :K4,000 Inductions); September, 54,000 (40,000; October, 53.000 (37.000); November. 52.000 (33.000); December, 50,000 C!l,000) January, 50.000 (32.0CO). under Army require- inductions since V-, Prodded Benito, Ribbentrop Says Mussolini And Ciono 'Lax' In Anti-Jewish Measures, He Admits NUKHNlilCRG, April 2. (UP) Joachim Von nibbenlrop admitted i\t the \var crimes trial today thut he harangued llenllo Mussolini "iul Count Cinlcuy.zo Ctano for thrli "laxness" In applying nntl-jcwlsl measures. Hibbenlrop made the admlssiot under the angry questioning of French Prosecutor Edgar FHUIT. Al one point the com! I'cprlmumled Kibbentrop for Ills shouted responses to Fame's question. 1 ;. Fnurc asked liiblxmlrop If lie had not protested to the Ilalluns regarding their "protection" of. Jews from Germans in Italy. He said he recalled talking "with, either Mussolini or Clano about sabotage and the necessity of being on the alert and the Jewish problem may have i>ceu mentioned at that lime.' Kaurc brought out In further questioning that uibbcntrop conferred with Mussolini and Clano In February, 1013. at Adolf Hitler's orders in an effort to persuade the Italians to deport all Jews. Hibbenho]) admitted that he chicled Mussolini about relaxing anti-Jewish measures In (he Italian occupation /.one of France to which II Huce replied annrll.\l: "The French told you that. It's untrue and just an old French trick to separate Ihe Axis allies." lie denied thiU he wits responsible for measures concerning the Jews In Denmark but admitted (hut on Hitler's orders he took up with several governments plans to force Jews to migrate to North Africa or Asia. lie said that II was Hitler rather than himself who conceived the notion of establishing a devil's island for Jews on Madagascar. He admitted that Hitler had said UPSET STOMACHS YIELD INCHES OF GAS AND BLOAT thnl Jews "should be rxlcrmlimlcil like tuberculosis bucltU" bin milled Hint these words "euus«l ini> greiit "I liuvo novor been iiiill-Semlllr." he snld, "I was only lojul to ihe fuehrer." Hot Springs Doctor Absolved In Accident HOT HPIMNGH, AlK., April (UP)— Dr. Ollborl Hognboom, Hot •Springs uhysk'liux WLW fi«c of charges of Involuntary nmn- slnujjhler, following action of the Uarlaml County grand Jury ycslw- day. The grand Jury refused cslw- to Jii- dlct the doctor The charge <r«w out of the of Ruby P Bennett, Uxl driMr. who died of burru In hi« e»b a collision with *n ' driven by .Hogaboom. of 113.000 ments in Day. A Selective Service spokesman said that probably more than 150,CCO would be called up in the effort lo induct 125,000. .The higher total will be called because many men still cannot meet Army physical standards, although they recently were lowered. The Army said that il, would ac- j cept men with non-serious hernias, I mid mental deficiencies and \ chronic neuroses and those who stammer or stutter. Selective Service said that men i 4-F. 2-AU and 2-CL classilica- , lions will be called before their j Luxora Church P/ans Pre-fostcr Revival LUXORA. Ark..- April 2.— The Rev. Charles '^ewis, ijasvor of the Methodist Church of Luxora, Ark., announces a Hevival to Dr. T. W. Willinsham Dr. T. W. Willingham of Kansas City. Mo., director of International Radio Broadcasting work of the Nazarene Church, is one of the speakers at the Arkansas District Preachers Convention of Ihe Church of Ihc Nazarene being held here. He delivered messages last nighl and this morning and will speak again loniKhl. 7 o'clock, at Ihe con- venlion at Hie First Church of Hie Nazarene. Meetings begin at the chinch Sunday, April 1, which w-.'l last a week. He also announces that Ihe Luxoro Methodist Choir will be charge of the music of the Eastci program lo be broadcast ovci KBTMv Jonesbovo,*- Ark., at o'clock, April 14. FOR SALE! "1 was so full of [;ns I wiis ufnild I'd burst. Sour, bitter subslunce • np In my throat from my upset stomach nfter meals. I got TNNKFl- AID, and it worked inches of ind bloat from me. Wnlstlluc is way clown no\v. McaLs arc \\ pica- sure. I praise fnncr-AUl to the .sky' —This .s an ncltmt testimonial imr we can verify it. 1KNER-AID is the new formuu ^oiHatning jnlctvs from 12 Great Herbs; these herbs cleans bowels, clear gas from stomach, ac on sluggish Hvcr and kidneys Miserable people soon feel differ ent all over. So don't go on suffer ing—Get Tuner-Aid. Sold by tvll d stores here in Blythevillc. Arch Masons meeting lo- niBW. 7:30 o'clock, when work will j > he done in Ihc first two degrees; B. J. Allen, high priest. 1 16 Gal. Corrugated Steel Culverts in Lengths with Connecting Hands. They're Lighter than Concrete, Kiisicr Install and Will Last a Lifetime. CALL OR WRITE— LEE WILSON & CO Phone 18 Wilson, Ark For River-Washed Regent's Park. London, contained 100 varitics of roses in Us rose carden prior to the war. Tlic garden contained 21.000 roses. Read Courier News Want Ads. 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Mothers Friend WHEN CONSTIPATION makes you fcrl punk as the dickens, brings on stomach upset, sour taste, gassy discomfort, take Dr. CaldweU's famous medicine to quickly pull the trigger on lazy "innards", and help you feel bright and chipper again. DR. CALDWELL'S is 'he wonderful sen- na laxative contained in good old Syrup Pepsin to make it so easy to lake. MANY DOCTORS use pepsin preparations in prescriptions to make the medicine more palatable and agreeable to take. So be sure your laxative is contained in Syrup Pepsin. INSIST ON DR. CALDWELL'S— the favorite of millions for 50 years, and feet that wholesome relief from constipation. Even finicky children love it. CAUTION: Use only as directed. DR: (WELL'S S1MAIAXATIVE SAND and GRAVEL Phone 965 We Also Sell Good Black Sandy Loam Larkin Service Station Get Ready fo At the Sign of the Flying Red Horse THE SEASONAL X CARE .ALL CARS. 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