The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 10, 1948 · Page 9
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, May 10, 1948
Page 9
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VONDAY, MAY 10,1948 BI.YTHEVTI.LE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Methodists Okay Racial Program End of Discrimination Within Church Sought It, In Three-Point Plan BOSTON, May 10. (UP)-A pro- trim to end racial discrimination within the Methodist Church was • dopted Saturday at the closing session of the chinch's quadrennial general conference. To destroy the "unchriitlan" evil of racial discrimination, the committee on the State of the Churji recommended that: 1. All racial grouos be included In all programs of church agencies 2. "More colored personnel',' be recruited, trained and employed church agencies. 3. Complete equality of accorno- (latfons for all races be provided In national and International meetings of the church and its agencies Delegates adopted the report despite the objections of a small group of Southerners. The Rev. WHliati R. Cannon of Emory University O»., objected on grounds the pro gram would discriminate against the South and that Ine church hart not made an adequate study the problem. OpposW Tax Fund Use « ie conference also adopted a rt stating the church's opposition to the use of federal or state use of funds, the report .laid, "could deotroy our American public school system..." •Meanwhile, (he Methodist Federation for Social Action, an unofficial group often accused of' leftist leanings, today was set to continue ita activities for another four ytars. Although churchmen had contended the group "was heading too far to the left," the 158 delegates to the church's Quarennial general conference had refused to form an official organization for social action purposes. fnstead, the representatives of JO.000,000 Methodists from throughout the world postponed action on the matter to allow further study. Oil Tank Car Burns tank car that was close by on a railroad siding. Eight thousand gallons of gas went up in flames. No one was injured. (NBA Telephoto.) WARNING ORDER In the Chancery Court. Chicka- MwbR District, Mississippi County, Arkansas. , Marie Miller Vaden. pft. vs. No. 10,451 Joseph J. Vaden, Jr., Dft. The defendant, Joseph J. Vaden. jfe/ i* hereby warned, to appear •Jwhin thirty day» In the court named in the caption hereof and answer the complaint o! the plaintiff, Marie Miller Vaden. Dated this 34 day of April, IMS. Attorney for plaintiff: H. G. Partlow. HAfcVWr MORRIS, rferk By Betty Peterson, D. C 4-361513-10-n Mrs. Hale Victor In First Round of Candidacy Row Cditor, Manager Named !'" Illrtustrl » 1 Jouriwiuim. Binc« t c/ A f it 4. , J»mi*ry, he h»» Wen the ndvertls- r or state College Annual In VAGI mm Phyllis Foid. of Hornerlvsllc, Mo.' |: and Kilwitnl Sllmcl. of Pocnhon- las, have boon elected editor and business manager respectively of LITTLE ROCK. Ark., May 8. (UP) "'« Arkansas Slat* College year —Mrs. Ruth Hale Saturday won her I 1100 * " Tl1 iHtllim" for next year. Irst round to keep the name of At-]' 1 ' 1 * naming of Hie annual heads loniey General Guy E, Williams oft ! cum " at nn election held by the he ballot* in Ihree of the four Student Council following nomlna- coiimles in the First Chancery District. Special Chancellor ' J. H. Car- michacl granted a temporary In- JunclIon ordering Hie Democrnllc Committee's chairman and secre- <K manager for the alumni news- Tiie Stale College Alumni ami he in the editor of the "Community Pro*reu" which Is the official publication for Ihe Jonesboro Chamber of Commerce. tary lo remove WHIlnini 1 name from the ballots In Lonoke, White and Prairie counties as a candidate for chancellor of (he Pulaskl Domestic Relations Court. Williams said Immediately the ruling Hint, It would be appealed promptly to the Arkansas Supreme Court. The action was against the Democratic Party's chairman and B t You Are Cordially nade by U W. PlunkctV, lac- '! . , . ... ,. tlvisor lor the publication. 'linvitMl to Vlilt lions m ulty Miss For<| Is majoring in Jour- imlism mid English at. Slate College, and for the year. she has been i member of the editing slafl of the college newspaper, "The state College Herald." she Is lhe,i newly elected reiwrtcr for the Bap- list Student Union for both the campus and for the State of Arkansas. MLss Ford Is the president after of the new social sorority on the campus "Alpha Guinmn Oelln." Mr. Stelmi'l Is also majoring In Journalism and English. He Is * member of the Herald editing staff. secretary, and Williams said it wllliaud a student In the college course be up to them to file the appeal, j • Mrs. Hale contended (hat since the court served only Pulaski County that only Pulnskl County voters were eligible to elect the chancellor. Williams argued that It was H part of the four-county district and lhal Die voters of White; Lonoke. Prairie and Pulaski counties shoutd name the judge. The '[Accessory Shop • Feminine Apparel < Mabel Hogan Jessie Srlle ! Hotel Nobl« Hldg. i Blylhevllle, Ark. Three Women Injured When Trains Collide MONTGOMERY, Ala.. May •!<>. (UP)—Three persons were, injured Saturday, none seriously, when the Northbound Florida Arrow collided head-on near here with the Louisville and Kashville's Southbound train, the Hummingbird. Tiie injured, all women, were taken lo St. Margaret's Hospital here where attendants said their injuries wefe minor. The trains were moving slowly at the time of the collision. 3 Years Later, V-E Day Proclamation It Dug Up FRANKFURT. May 10. (UP) — It took several officers at American occupation headquarters an hour to find, deep In the files, a copy of the famous proclamation of conquest Gen. Dwlght D. Eisenhower, supreme commander of the allied forces issued three years ago Saturday—May 8, 1845. Hopes /or Statehood For Hawaii in '48 Dim WASHINGTON. May 10. (UP) — The Senate Interior and Insular Affairs Committee Saturday virtually killed any hopes of Hawaii to be admitted lo the union this year. The committee volcn -f to 5 lo postpone action on a statehood bill until committee members visit tlie islands. Such a trip seemed out of the question before Congress adjourns. The House has appovcd legislation lo give statehood to Hawaii. NOTICE Notice Is hereby given thai the undersigned will within the time fixed by law apply to the Commissioner of Revenues of tlie Slate of Arkansas for a permit to sell beer at retail at Rt. 2. Hwy. 18, Carmi, Leachville. Mississippi County. The undersigned states that he is a citizen of Arkansas, of good moral character, that he has never been convicted of a felony or other crime Involving moral turpitude; that no license to sell beer by the undersigned has been revoked within five years last past; and that the undersigned has never been convicted of violating the laws of this NOTICE Notice is hereby given that Mrs. Nola A. Lewis has made application for a pennlt lo erect a two room frame building on lot six block of the Jones addition to the City of Blythevllle, Arkansas. This building is to be used us n real estate office. Any protest should be in writing and filed in the office of the City clerk. Joe Carney, City Engineer. 5[3-10 A mania, or blanket fish, caught off the Florida coast was morel than 18 feet long and 19 feet wide. WARXINO ORDER Th« defendant, P. E. Grissom, Is hereby warned to appear In the Municipal Court 61 the City ofl Blytheville, Arkansas, within thirty •»' 1A 1W 1 ..W,HL.II B me laws Ul LIUS I , .. '^"'.Vy.ft.ate. or .any.,other, state., relating : ° n<1 a'sp™» T : .' ^Ito'-Uie "sale "of ' alcoholic 5 liquofs." * I l«l«°rs -for be• . . _ •**""•"• 1 Mromtcae ,*arr*i Herbert Mangrum Subscribed and sworn to before me this 5th day of May. 1948. Athcrton Hiett, (SEAL) Notary Public. <i«y» and answer th« complaint ofj M > Q , Commis5ion ex l' ires February the plaintiff, Tolar B. Buchanan Tiled against him in-said court case No. 19M, and upon his failure 'to do », said complaint will be taken as confessed. Witness my hand a* clerk ' of 11, 1950. Rare Treasure MEMPHIS, Tenn. (UP)—Mrs. Edgar Butler hasn't had a servant problem since Lizzie Smith came to Mid court and the sea.1 thereof this' 1 *' 01 * 'or her 34 years ago. Lizzie 1st day of May, 1948. has just celebrated her 75th birih- W. I. MALIN, Clerk Reid * Roy, Ally*, for Plaintiff Oscar Fendlar, -Atty. ad litem. 5|3-10-17-24 Notlte «f Filing at Application for IJquor permit. Notice is hereby given that the undersigned has filed with the Commissioner of Revenues of the State of Arkansas for permit to sell and dispense vinous or spirituous veragt-at retail on-tke premises described as 101 East .\taln St., Blytheville, Arkansas. Application Is. for permit to b« Iisued - for. operation beginning on the 1st (lay of -July. 1948, and to expire on the 30 day of June, 1K9. . City Drug Co., Inc. ' E. C. Williams, Pres. day. The Butlers offered to pension her but -Lizzie, still a good cook i wants to stay in the kitchen. Dr. W..F. BREWER DENTIST OFFICE 209Vi W. MAIN ST. PHONE 2172 Blytheville, Ark. Read Courier News Want Ads. A Sure Masterpiec Seagram's SEAGRAM'S 7 CROWN. BLENDED WHISKEY. 86.8 Prbol. 65K Griio H«ulnlSpilits.St»i!ram-Dislil(trs Corporalioo. H. 1 2071 for Repairs! 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