The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 18, 1946 · Page 10
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PAGE '" BLYTHEVtLtE 1 COURIER" NETtfS Educator Gets Second Chance Tennessee School Gives important Post To Convicted Man. SPENCEKj Tenn., July 18. (UP) —Dr. James,Monroe Smith, o'-'ce president of Louisiana State University; and once a Loulsihn'a and a federal cdiiyKi foUwoiug the "Louisiana 'psiitica) scandals," pYe- pared today to become principal and student counsellor ol the Burritt Preparatory School lor Boys here. . ' Smith's appointment is effective Aug. i.-. The term of the school reopening this Fall as a 'Vtfcp" school after having been a Church of ChrisL College from 1801 to 1942, w!)l rjPRln Sept. 10, \vlth enrollment limited to 190 boys. In announcing the appointment,, Associate Headmaster Cornelius S. Cfeedoh said he was "fully cognizant" Doctor Smith "mndc • a serious mistake in the administration of his duties" as LSU president. "Dr. Smith IIPS paid his Oebt to society In full," Creerton sale!. "His record as an uuucator is unquestioned, and v, 1 ^ arc honored to have him as head of our iicr.tlomlc department. We know thr.t some repercussions arc inevitable" but "every man is entitled to a second chance. ..ami Doctor Smith's appointment Is definite ami final, come what, may." Dr. Smith resigned as president of Louisiana Sdte University on June 25, 1933. Convicted of forgery and embezzlement-, he bCK^ an eight to 24-year sentence *u Louisiana's Angola Prison 011 .Nov. 18, 1939. Govrnov Davis comraiUed his sentence after six years, mil Smith \vas taken into Federal custody on April o, 1D«. He sccv«l ten-months'of a SO-montlu.fenyncc for mall frniul and income tax evasion and wrs veleatieil from the Federal penitentiary at Atlanta. Oa.. en Feb. 0, 194"o. THURSDAY, JUIA' 18, 194(1 Higher U. S. Spiritual Standards Desirable, Red Writer Declares MOSCOW, July 18. (UP)—Ily»' Enrenbourg, Soviet correspondent, wrote in the government newspaper Fravda today that Russia can learn much from America and lliai t)io day would come when "tile spiritual" culture of this great people will be great and Independent." He rebuked European critics of American culture but, said that the United statrs should rntsc Its spiritual standards In the level of its technical standards. He said that "political education" and knowledge of foreign jands -Ails at a low level In the United States and he deplored standardization o[ American ta.ste. '•"I think we can f;arn Jrofti Americans how to rnanulncpire shcp3. and Kfuirepans quickly," he said. "But there Is a certain cliecr- lessness In such monotony — the earnc houses, the same furniture, the same china, the men In similar suits, the women In similar dresses. "Despite this I do not agree »'lth the Europeans who have mocked American standardization. Let all suits resemble each other- yet, they ore accessible to everyone. "A certain spiritual standardization is much more sad." He said that. Americans knew how to earn money "but they haven't yet, learned how to spend It. 1 don't want to say that they are stingy. Oh, no. They spend money quickly and energetically bul without Imagination. They are much more talented at ivork than at, amusing themselves." Russian Army Move Viewed- With Interest NEW YOIiK, July • 18. (OP)— An "miconltrmed" report- from Moscow toctny that Marshal G. K. f Zhukov, HtLwIii's top fluid com- manik'r, lias been named com- 1 miiiulM- of the Odessa military district aroused immediate speculation as to whether Zhukov's scnr is Iiitling or Russia attaches srie- elul Imiiorlnnrc to her border regions closest to the Dardanelles. The Zhukov report was transmitted through the Soviet censorship which ordinarily is particularly harsh in cleali!.-"! with military shifts, especially those in the "unconfirmed" catcfjory. Zhnkov has been serving as commandcr-ln-chiof of Soviet Ground forces since March wtion his a])poiiUment was announced in Generalissimo Stalin's reshuffle of his government. If Zhukov has been transferred lo Odessa it would ho the equivalent of shifting Gen. D\v( K h', D; Elsenhower lo the command of un army post, al New Orleans. Beads SOOO years old and^-made in clever Imltallnn of pearl and Bold were discovered in E(jy])'-. CONBTJTtTTIOMAI. AMENDMENT NO. 3* SUBMITTED BY FirTY-riFTlI OENERAL ASSEMBLY iJK JT JIUHOLVKI) BV TH B SKNATft AND HOUSK Olt HtoPKKSKHTATlVJSt* OP THB STATE OF- ARKANSAS, » tuijorlly uf all the member* etvctfd !• ffldj lion 10 a tret 1 in it tljert-lo: That (lie following la hereby proposed HA nh niM<-ndrnc;u lo the ConElt union of th« .State of Ark*ri*aR, and upo» bring MibntJUed lu ttto elector* of uj« HNito for npprovftl or reaction at IK* no*i general election for Rrpre&vntb- tlv« anJ SouMor*, if n majority 01 llio electors voting ihereon,' at suet •» "Joel ion, adopt auch BiiiiindineDt, tu«* inrne shall become n part of the Cou- Nliiutlort of iho iSlflte* ot ArkttTiflB* to wit: SKCTION 1. Tltal Ani«ndra«nt No. of the Constitution of tb« tit Ate 01 •Vions^s bo amended to read at (oi- IG'.V-B: Ttie roan I y courts of th« Bl&t« in >iplr reKpcriivc counties togfclhor wiiti n ui'ijurJly of the JuMlce.s of Iho pence F anclj coui.t>'. lr mid it ton to luo .-vlcil. film II Imve (lie paver tr> levy ol exf<edS/Jk' I en uiilU on the tlolJur Helps You Overcome FALSE TEETH Looseness and Worry No longer foe annoyed or feel 111 ut ease because of loose, wabbly false teeth. FASTEETH, an improved alkaline (non-acid) powder, sprinkled on your plates holds them firmer so Ihcy feel more comfortable. Sootli- Ine and cooling to gums made sore by excessive acid mouth. Avoid embarrassment, caused by loose plates. Get FAS'fEETH today at any drug store. yn hi) taxalito property on Ilielr tt«pe&- es (ho county rood tax, ntnl when collected Mhall be useJ In (tie re^ie-j- nv'i' countle« for (ho purpose o( ni4K> lr,t? nr.,l rv|)alr]n K public roads »nu IUT no uilicr purpose, and *hall bv cclI^ctM In United States currency or coyjty warrants Jot'ally drav.'n ON EUCH fO^iL inx fund if a majority of i.ie qunliflcd eleciors of such county shall >iave voted public roid tux at cuu ffttorol ok'ction for State and county officers preceding such levy at sutu clcfilon. Fil*.l tn tho of/Ice of Becrelary of SUle on tho 20th day of March, 1«J5. NVItncii my hnnd and seal of office on this the 2Mh dny uf KvbruarT lU4r» 0. O. toll. S«cr«rary at Stale Bead Courier News Want Adi. Baby Chicks, All Summer Heavy breeds, 3 to 30 days old. Prices reasonable. Good supply feeds nnd poultry supplies. North 4th al Elevator Feed Store. SEE PAUL BYRUM IMPLEMENT CO. Deep Freeze Units Attic Fans Electric Water Pumps Farm Wagons Farm Trailers 122 E. Main Phone 404 Where Your Flowers Are—You Aral One call to us will arrange to have your remembrances sent, not just once, but month after month. Ask about this plan. T^FLOWERSHOP e.TJO. Service We Deliver AnTwtwru Ph. Ill Mnr. I. M. (Mae) WlUUnn, •Water GkttoM BMf. FELIX A. CARNEY City Ra'dio Repair Radios and Appliances 324 E. Main St. Phone 2407 It is- estimated Hint 1.000,000,0110 shoes will be ma;tc nnd sold to Americans during 1040. FAVORITE LAXATIVE CF MUL10RS til lllltfM tint IIIIIHIM A A W \/ v \/ VV VVN/ V %- ©ive Yoyr Calves a Good Start. ., ilTEIiMTIO! Wead out your scrub calves. Feed only your sturdy, healthy calves. Ose International Calf Meal and keep i'r.cm growing rapidly. International Caif Meal is fortified with essential Proteins, Fats, Minerals, Vitamin Oils, Irradiated .Dry Yeast and low in fibra. 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