The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 21, 1947 · Page 9
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 9

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, May 21, 1947
Page 9
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WEDNESDAY, MAY 21, 1947 BLYT1IEV1LLE (AKK.)' COUU1.KR PAOB NTNB Churchman Raps Sinister Moves Catholic Leader Critical of Birth Control Campaigns CLEVELAND, May 21. IUP) — •Archbishop Richard Of. Gushing of •k^lp" yesterday sharply rebuked isV^ords who have him? a "no children allowed" sign over their apartments. The Boston churchman charged that '^America cuimoi; pretend to be the hind of youth so long a.s our veterans cannot find homes in which to have children." The archbishop lold the National Conference on Catholic- Youth Work that "It is becoming mere and more common ant! rc- .spectable for landlords to insist that no persons with children need apply.' 1 He also charged thai, a "sinister" campaign for birth control was spreading which threatened to pervert adults and prevent youthful vitality of the nation. "Thousands ')f perfectly respectable men and women." he said, "are propagandizing America in an effort to legalize where it [is still forbidden and to spread where it ha.s already gained tolerance, a contemptible conspiracy against the very birth of future young people." Turning his criticism to the rchools. Archbishop Gushing s«lcl they "rue scared to the training of the brilliant few to the disadvantage of the mediocre or the occasional 'problem child" with the Catholic educational system often quite as guilty as the others." Catholic children, be said, "are treated like second class citizens t mauy states—sonic oE their phbors do not with them to nai equally with other children on scn&ol buses." 1947 PONTIAC U.S., Russia Only Leading Powers, Bar Group Told ATLANTA. Cm., May 21. (UP) — : The United States and Soviet Russia wiii ronli world's [radii lUIIJI/ll iM»'Jul;\J I'L^lll. •Royull said thai, peace 'up lo Ill's hour ... is tlircalencd by inlor- nulional pressure and c.ilsliiiK only behind tlu> protective .shield "f armed might." .11 men IIN(;lll. Ill the event of another wnv, he said there was no assurance ( Britain could serve "s « buffer for Iwo year:, until our military and Lightning Kills Sawmill Operator Hear Bcnton KNTO.N, Ark., May •». tun Kinn'ral .semen arc belin; plinninl loilay lor Earl ivtly of linilun, wlui v'.u.s killed when struck u.v iwlunuiH at MS ; ,a\vmlll 12 mill's WCM i>l hero Monday. The »'H-YiM] --[jhl man was preparing to leaiv ih,. mill when (he ball slruck. Hi' is Mirvlvoil bv his wife and lour hr'Mhrrs. »li>l(iii« p-.i] does not. blot- it prevents bUiltlng. rial moblU/uUou svus cuui- as was the ease in Ihe last Summer School Classes To Be on Tuition Basis Bummer School classes at lilythe- ville Ilb'li School will begin Moll- day, .lune a, it »ns annount-ed to- dny by VV. I). Nicholson, superintendent of schools. Classes will be lick! uh a tuition basis. Those Interested may call the Hlf.h School Ofttco or Miss (;ccll C'assidy for further inlortna- tlun. .Studenls may begin registration now for tjimimt'r school with Miss Ciissidy, it was announced \\AKNINC. OltDKH IN Till'. <!IIANCKKV t'OUKT nilCKASAWIIA IHSTKK.'T. MIS- KISSIl'I'l COUNTY, AUKAN'SAS. Mavis Askins, PUiatlR, vs. ' •. John O. Asking, '1'iie defendant John O. Aslilrs is licrcDy uaracd U< 1 nppcar within thily iluys In Iho court namc'd In the cuption herof aurt answer llic complaint of the plaintiff M.wls Asklna. .' " Dated tills 13th day'of, May, 1947. HARVI/Y MQRRIS/ClCTk. Virgil Greene, AttorntyMqr PlamtiU. P. C. uouylas, ( * • . Atkiiney ad lllcm. I)K. MILTON K. WEBB Optometrist 138 Main nlythevlllc, Aik. Snyder Refuses To Discuss U. 5.' Future Tax Plans A striking charncler-sludy is this pholo of Jim Ponliac. great- grandson of Chief Pontiac, miijhly 18lh ccnlury Ottawa Indian warrior of the Michigan wilds. Although 95 years old, he still hunts, fishes and does all his own chores at his McBain, Mich., home, even to wood-cutting. the college conferred 111 seniors. degrees on Two Pulled from Under Burning Truck; One Dies WASHINGTON, May 21. (UP)Secretary of Treasury John W Snydcr refused to be drawn ou today on the administration's future tax plans despite persistent questioning by both Democrats and Repubicans. Snyder testified before the House Ways and Means Committee for the second day as the Senate prepared to tske up legislation to reduce personal income taxes from SO to 10.5 per cent. Snyder previously had stated the administration's opposition to that legislation. Today he sidestepped all references to it. At one- point Rep. Walter A . Ii.vncli,*D., N. Y., asked: .'.'Is.^it fair _to say - IhaU the administration lias no tax policy?" .'*Wp have'ilo specific recommen- dati||L5 to make,"" Snyder replied "Our policy is that we are endorsing the committee's plan for a thorough study for a balanced tax program. That is a very excellent tax policy." When the committee session broke .151 a Democrat, was moved to remark: •'There is this to say about Mr Snyder—he is a very non-commilal man." Tiie Senate, meanwhile, preparei for a leit vote on the pending bill ard iBarksdale and Sehna Nichols former Bluff City residents. Scvc: others were injured in the crash. GASSVILLE. Ark., May 21. (U —Dennis O'Brien. 23, of Bergman. died in a hospital Here yesterday Whrn Rolng to social functions Jamaica belles carry their shoes o JP> I their heads and don them upo arrival. as a result-of burns received lale yesterday when the truck in which he 'was riding overturned and burn- Li on Highway 6, about one mile lorth of Calico Rock. Ernest Or;i- am, 29, of Harrison, is in a cri- cal condition at the same hospi- il. The two men were puHed from he flaming truck by Hcrschcl Ducker, of Calico Ruck, who was sing by shortly after the accident occurred. . , : Speck Re-Elected Head . Of Alumni Association JONE3BCRO, Ark., May 21. (UP - Leslie Speck of Frenchman' Bayou today heads the Arkausa atiite College Alumni Association following his re-election here Mon day niglit. His election came aftc City Radio -Service- ^ Dial 2407 For Expert Repairs 324 East Main St. Felix A. Carney Hardware Mutual Insurance Company of Minnesota M Three Arkansans Killed . 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