The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 7, 1950 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, June 7, 1950
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WEDNESDAT, JUNE 7, 1950 BLYTHEVII.LE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE FIVB Hungary Threatens Catholic Church Official Attacks 1 Clergy as Agency For Imperialism BUDAPEST, Hungary, June : 1. W) —Hungary's Roman Catholics were threatened today with what ap- ieared to be a new government mpalgn against their church, rlllclsm was levelled, too, at segments of the Jewish and Protestant churches In the country. Minister of Education Joszcf Rc- vai, deputy secretary-general of the Hungarian Communist Party and a member of Its politburo, attacked the Vatican-led Catholic clergy as an "Imperialist agency." He said the teaching of religion probably would be abolished in secondary schools. Catholics, he said, had "abuscc the loyal and patient attitude of the government and the (Communist) party toward religious education." The minister's statement was published in the press as the texi of a recent speech. In it he also at' tacked certain elements of trie Jew. ish church for "supporting reac tionary Zionism" and predicted ai "increased fight" against such "sor vants of American imperialism" a the Baptist and Adventist Protes taut groups. No Encouragement We are by no means willing t encourage the export of hundred and thousands to be exploited Palestine," said Revai. Two small groups of Jewish em 1 &;rants already have left Hungar *?or Israel. Recently negotiatiot were reported underway betwec the Israeli and Hungarian govern ments for a possible large sea 1 emigration of Jews. Revai bitterly denounced h country's bench of noman Cathol bishops for "Jesuit prevarications in not unqualifiedly endorsing tl anti-atom bomb declaration of th Stockholm Congress of the (Com munlst-led) World Partisans 'ruman Gets New Panama Hat because '49ers Hit it Rich Peace. Leaders Attacked He also attacked Catholic lende (or refusing to take an oath of a leglance to the. government on tl grounds they needed permissli from the Vatican. He question: whether Hungary could permit t existence of 63 various Cfltho orders of monks and nuns wl more than 11,000 members In 6 cloisters and monasteries. "They tour the country in hundreds and thousands as imperialist agitators and reactionary newsmongers." he declared. Monasteries Closed (Communist-ruled "Czechoslovakia already has acted to close Catholic nunneries and monasteries and to reduce the membership in Catholic WASHINGTON, June 7. W)—Beuse some of the miners In the ilifornta gold rush of 1849 hit It eh enough to return east by boat, resident Truman gets a new hat xlay. It's a special Panama hat made Ecuador where, according to Ec- idorlan ambassador Augusto DU- n, All "genuine" Panama hats are ade. Dillon had the hat sent here tor resentatlon to Mr. Truman "to ommemorate the centennial of the anama hat In North America." An Xpert weaver turned It out after iree months of full-time work, llllon said. It was Just 100 years ago, in une 1850. that the fabulous Pana- la hat was first seen In the United States," Dillon said. "Made In Ecuador for many centuries, some of these unique hats were Imported Into Panama, where they were bought as souvenirs by miners returning after the gold rush of '49." This, he added, explains the misnomer "Panama hats," which has stuck to them ever since. With the Courts Climnctry Charlotte Hughes vs. Gerald A. Hughes, suit for divorce. George Churchill vs. Annie Mae Churchill, suit for divorce. Thomas J. Clark vs. Hazel Clark, suit for divorce. wlltodean Marie Roach vs.'William Allen Roach, suit for divorce. Common Pleai Planters Hardware Co. vs. Stanley Keller, suit for J204.70 debt. BLYTHEVILLtS ONLY ALL WHITE TMEATHE Barbequc King' fd for Growing Marijuana in Pit OAKLAND. Calif., June 1. (&) — The "barbequc king" was charged ovln.v with turning out wcil-done marijuana instead of steaks in 1m bnrbcque pit. Police who arrested cnfe owner! •icnry Daniels, 54, self-styJed "bar- icque king,", last night said they round 500 marijuana plants growing on his roof and In his back yard. Daniels was using the ventilators of his restaurant b:\rbcque pit to dry leaves of the plant, reported Sgt. Guy Skelton. Officers valued the confiscated plants at $50,000. They said Daniels' barbeque shop was a "major supply center" for the weed in northern California. Wednesday John Wayne and Ellen Drew in "SHE WORE A YELLOW RIBBON" Comedy and Short Open 7:M, Starts f:M Last Times Today —DOUBLE FEATURE— Lton Enrol In 'MAKE MINE LAUGHS" Thursday & Kriday —DOUBLE FEATURE— Eddie Albert and Gail Storm In 'DUDE GOES WEST" Also Jungle Cast in 'SAVAGE SPLENDOR" Also Cartoon 7 7 Die in Bus Crash CAIRO, Efjypt, June 7. (/P) — A crowded bus crashed into a truck outside Cairo yesterday, killing 11 Egyptians and Injuring 18 other passengers. orders.) Reval told Communist Party members their children should not attend religious instruction church ceremonies. His statement was made after a recent concerted attack" by the Hungarian press on the "reactionary activities" of Catholic priests and bishops. The clergy had been assailed particularly as "atom priests" for failures to endorse the Stockholm peace declaration. Edmund O'Brien and Robert Stack In "FIGHTING SQUADRON" Thursday & Friday —DOUBLE FEATURE— Ava Gardner and Dick ilaymes In 'ONE TOUCH OF VENUS' Also Yvonne Ac Carlo and Itod Cameron in "RIVER LADY" Also Cartoon RITZ THEATRE Manila, Ark. Wednesday & Thursday "WHO DONE IT?" with Bud Abbott and Lou Costello News ti Short* NEW Boi Opens Week Days 7:00 p.m. Matinee Saturdays ft Snndayi Mat.-Sun. 1 p.m. Cont. Sbowtnr Manila, Ark. Wednesday & Thursday "THE GREAT RUPERT' with Jimmy Durante Also Shorts "I Do Jjr MAY HAVE BEEN but a decade ago, or it may have been far back in the "Twenties" . . . but sometime, somewhere, a young man stood in the soft light of a Junetime morning and repeated the words—"I do." Since that time, he has fought—without interruption —for the place in the world he wants his family to occupy. And it well may he that, out of the straggle, he has lost just a bit of the sentiment that used to abide in his heart—for success is a jealous master and exacts great servitude. Hut not'when the Junetime comes—and, with it, that anniversary of another June! Then the work-a-day world, with its many tasks, is cast abruptly aside; and sentiment—pure and simple—rules in his heart once more. And, because there are so many thousands of him, doorbells are ringing this June throughout America . . . and smiling boys in uniform stand, hats in hand, to deliver the proofs of remembrance. And along with the beautiful flowers, and the boxes of candy, and the countless other gifts, some of those brides of other Junes will receive the titles to new Cadillacs. And, for them, there will be no other June like this— save one alone. As your Cadillac dealer in this community—we've had long practice in the art of keeping secrets. Why not come sec us today? You can trust us not to tell! SAFE COLD CLEAR TO THE FLOOR THAT'S A COMBINATION YOU JUST CAN'T BEAT! Yes, now you can buy (his terrific Cool- erator Electric Refrigerator for only ?189.95 and NO MONBY DOWN! And that's only one of the many models of Cooleralor refrigerators that you can choose from. . .as well as electric ranges and home freezers. Don't put it off any longer—slart enjoying your new appliances now...with NO MONEY DOWN! NO MONEY DOWN ON COOLERATOR REFRIGERATORS — RANGES — FREEZERS * SULLIVAN-NELSON CHEVROLET CO. 301 West Walnut Phon. 578 MOORE 206-310 I. Main FURNITURE CO. Phone 2660

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