The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 18, 1948 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, May 18, 1948
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9*9* TWO '(ART.)' OOURIM KtW« TUESDAY, MAY ft. !*«• Weapons of War Bring Warning Give* Great • r*, N«w York T«lk Graduate* Final WM for Scott* U««W to •« NEW ROCKXUJE; N. T., w. y it. (UJ») — Puneril «rvice« tor Dr. June; r. West, 73, Chief Scout ot the Boy •routs of America, will b* held thU *v«nlnf iat th. North Avenue Presbyterian Church here. West, a »ocut leader for X year*, died Saturday night Read Courier News Want Ad*. fc Way is-— assistant j editor of th* Mew York Ifaua warned ywrterday that mod*i» BBplanjents or war "have, given 4k* offenae auch an advantage over Ik* defttue that the lately ot •*ac» Wirlm p*opU ar* more 1m- nprll*d than •ver'before." »"H>*', «Hott to remain at peace tfcu* becomes dangerous of itself" Oatledj* told the graduating clan •i Mls«i«alppl state college. *"W* rtjact the thesis that war laVtrltabte," Catledge tald. "But we etnnot one-look the possibility tint another may com* In bur genera- tapB. For who would 'question at HiU hour teat there is deap, fun- and active conflict tern* exponent of dlcta- ttrial eoUwtlvUm of th* East, and ta* Onltad States at champion of «b* fire* *oel*ty of th* West." !O*Ued«* told the itudenti that •blik* W* craduttlon day here 26 jtaa ago "ypu g° -orth to face (one of th* molt challenging pro- Menu *rer to confront your ooun- ^CaUMSge aaid that the great power concentrations in Western Europe and the Westera Pacific •jiav* been shattered and destroyed by JoIliUry force." He said tkat "out of th* mai* ot ruin and t**j*dy" *V>vi*t Riusla and th« lnlt«d Mat** "itand above th* His Helmet Is Made-torOrder wr*ck4KO a* th* only two power* capable now of sustained mlllUrj or economic effort." , Small Nation* Rally "Around each of them smaller nation* are rallying, either In lyjpe, or In blind sense of self preservation," Catledge said. "Regardless of th* reasons for the rallying, the grouping of smaller nation* around these two great powers is marking a division In the world that may last for many years, and may even lead to mortal conflict-" Catledge, a former newspaperman of Tupelo, Miss., and Memphis, Tenn., counseled the students to "Insist upon living the sort of freedom you preach." "We have social and economic problems right ''here In our beloved South," Callertge said, "that must be solved and solved by the peopl* who live here. "Perhaps the greatest soda! problem of all In this country Is the racial situation of this, my native stale. No stale and no nation Is free which denies any of its citizens equal protection of lit laws, or denies them the right to participation in th* election of the people who govern them. I know that tt taka* courage to maintain this point of view In aome plac**." flying iet plane* at spenU better than 500 miles per hour requires perfect-fitting helmet*. Jet pilot Robert M. Edholm gets his special helmet hand-tailored to hi* head in St. Louis, Mo. Inset shows th* finlahx! helmet, which feature* built-in earphones, ventilation bole* and BU-Mro«nd bead protection, ' < PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT NO. Vi SUBMITTED BY rilUf-SIXTH GENERAL ASSEMBLY BE IT RESOLVED BY THE SENATE OP THE STATE OP ARKANSAS AND BY THE HOUSE OP REPRESENTATIVES, A MAJORITY 'OP ALL THE MEMBERS ELECTED TO EACH HOUSE AGREEING THERETO: Tlml the following Is hereby proposed as an amendment to the Cou- tiuitlou of the State of Arkansas, and upon being submitlcit to the electors of the State for approval or rejection at the next general elee- ion for Representatives and Senators, if a majority of the electors voting thereon, at such sin election, adopt such amendment, the same shall become a part of the constitution of the Stat« of Arkansas, to-wit: SECTION 1. That the Constitution of the State of Arkansas be amended by modifying Section 2 ol Article 3 of said Constitution BO as to permit th^ Legislature to enact law providing lor a registration of voters. Snld constitutional amendment shall read as follows, to-wit: "BE IT ENACTED BY THE PEOPLE OP THE STATE OP ARKANSAS:" "Tile General Assembly shnll have power to eimct laws providing for a registration of voters prior to rtny general, special, or primary election, and to require that the right to vote at any such election shall depend upon such previous registration." Filed In the office of Secretary of Stntc on the 28tli day ol March, 1017. Witness my hand and seal of office on this, the 12lh day of April, 1048. C. G. HALL, ' Secretary of State. 6;4-U-18-25-«ll-8-16-»-3»-Tl«-13-20- 27-8]3-10-17-24-31-9j1-H - 21-28-10'S- 12-19-36. Head Courier News Want Ad*. NOTICE.Or FILING OF APPLICATION FOR LJQUOm PEEM1T Notice is hereby given that th* undersigned has filed with the Commissioner of Revenues of the State of ArKansis for permit to Bell and dispense vmou& of aplrltuoua liq- uors fur beverage, at retail <*i *h» premise* described ai 111 fcxuk Main Street, Lemchvllle, Ark. Application ia lor permit to b* It- sued for operation beginning on th* 1st da/ of July, 1848, and to exptr* on the 30 cay of June, 1M0. , ELVES A. Can't Stop Now! Must Go REVIVAL Fine crowds ire attending trie revival b«hi( conducted by Evangelist Louie Schultz. Faint. H«wrt> •nd Weaklings who can't stand much «xcit«m«nt, please don't come. But if you are strongf and vigorous and like the Old Time Gospel preached without compromising, then come and hear this evangelist a« h« preaches night after night. Tuesday night subject: «Tht Atomic Bomb I* Evidence that Speaking in Tongues Is Right Today/" Wednesday night subject, "Hiding From God." Friday night iubject, "When th* Great Tribulation Begins." Just follow the crowd to The First Assembly or* (iod Church, where you will enjoy the singing, testifying, shouting, preaching and Pentecostal blessing* every night. L. C. RAMSEY, Pastor '1 'I! WARMING ORDER In the Chancery Court, Chlcka- sawba District, Misstwippt County/ ArkaiiM*. Ralph N. Parrar, Plaintiff ' vs. ' No. 10,481 Susie Irene Smith Parrar, Deft. The defendant, Susie Irene Smith Farrar, 1* hereby warned to appear within thirty days In the court named in the caption hereof a'nd answer the complaint of the plaintiff, Ralph N. Farrar, DateJ this 17 day of May, IMS. • > HARVEY ^lORRIS, Clerk Gene E. Bradley, atty.'for plf. Claude P. Cooper, atty. ad litem. •AST *U»WDftUR WASHES MO«t CLOTHES FASTER htrii. Kit^t. In tvo »r» . -•"'•* t 'T°* r w«)t'f doii* m Un (*»» «. AMT. One •* •**>» «*"* i«Vod,«- rimei •od IBM* dodM dMp-drr.'Whirb •*> 25% MIOM water lti*B • wrioaer! 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Main, Blythervllle, Mississippi County. , ' Til* undersigned state* that ne 1* a elien of Arkansas, of good moral character, that he has. never been convicted of a [elony or other orlme involving moral turpitude; that no license to »ell beer by th* undersigned ha« been revoked . within five years last past; and that the undersigned has 'never ''been convicted of violating the laws of this state, or any other state, relating to the sale of alcoholic liquors. s Campbell Caf* By Odell Campbell Bubscribed and sworn to before m« this ntli day of May, IMS. Mrs. Marshall Blackard <SEAL> Notary Public My Commission expires March 9, Read Courier News Want Ads Viclrola 610VI •^•IBI^^^' OHUUnding value In a radio with standard and FM bands.'. in *r '" rola l' 1 ' 0 " 0 ^? 1 ' 'hat play, up to 12 record, automatically. Golden Throat" tone for both. 3-positum to.te control... aulo- mat,c volume control. big 12 inch apcaker. Built-in antenna. ;,. pushbutton AM tUffing. 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