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December 2, 1947

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

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PAGK TWO BLYTHEVILLB (ARK.) COUKIEB NEWS -TUESDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1947 Jftl Rights Topic OfGeorgiaForuni lUligioa, Education Said Lynched; Statt'i Attorney Disagrees ' BT KB BRIDGES TjBkM !*•«• Staff Correspondent ATLAHTA, Oa:, Dec. 2.;.(UP) — Arnold Forster, legal director of the Antl-Defamation League, said her« today that "Religion and education ban been lynched In Georgia," but the'itateV attorney general on- the same forum program contended that Georgia led the nation In the fight to guarantee civil rights. - Pour spokesmen appeared on the forum discussion of ciyl^ rights sponsored., by the Atlanta B'N.n B'Rith and three charged that there were loopholes through which Georgia citisens were being denied, crtil liberties. But -Attorney General Eugene Cook reminded the panel that his own department first obtained confessions that led to indictment and conviction of Homer Loomta, Jr., leader of the race-baiting Columbians, Inc. Neil Andrews, former U.S.' district attorney' here, and Mrs. M. E. Tilly, member of the president's committee on civil rights, also were on UK panel. Becalls Klin Ousting Oook recalled the state's successful court light to revoke the charters' of the Columbians and the Ku Klux Klsn and said "the modern Klan will no longer find sympathj in Youthful Designers of Autos Give Builders Some New Weos SiderSaddle Bike 4-H Club Member Beats Housing Shortage; Arkansas Girl Wins, Too Dotuld Stumpf of Buffalo, N. Y., !•«• • look iodtl On the super-hl f hw»y of the «ity at the won him • CMC* unlnnity »t his priw-wlnlnr future. HU d*sl«n CHICAGO, Dec. t. (UP) — Jo-* scph c. Bell . 17. » (arm boy, won «n award (or home beautllicaUon yesterday nt the National 4-H Club Congress ai»<J at t!ie same time'of- fered an object lesson lor laggard builders and homeless persons. Jot didn't Juit beautify a home. He took a WOO bsrn, remade It Into a house now worth $5,000, and then beautified It with some grass and a pricket fence. Other winners In the home beau- tlflollon conference on all of whom got a free trip to the *-H Congress Include: Wlllcne Runslck, 17, Newport, Arkansas; Oeoreo Wardlow, Jr. 11, Arabl, Oa.; and Lottie Rye, 15, Hamilton, Miss. I Some extra trips lo the meeting | here also were donated this year.' Wlrmerj Include Andrew W. Balrd, Houston, Miss.; James Pehr, Cold Springs, Ky.; Grover o, Harris, Jr., Phllllppl, W. Va.; and William J- Woodward. 'Wilmington, Del. Winners of $200 college scholarships In the 4-H Club Soil Conservation contest included: William Stokonbury, IB, Bikini. Ark.; Charles Stalling, Jr., 15, Carrollton, Oa.; Clifton H. Glddlngs, 19, Nutwell, Md-; and Donald Lee Eifcrt, 17, WaukomU, Okla. Read Courier News Want Ads Hot Springs. Former Municipal Judge Verne Ledgerwood, »n adherent of former Mayor Leo Mc- LauBhlln. said lie Is opposed to certain provl-slons concerning the operation of the city sanitation depart- City of Roses Proposes To Honor Joe T. Robinson MTTLK ROCK, Ark,, Deo. 2 (UP)' —Mayor Sam Wassell was expected today lo formally accept the "Joe T. Robinson Rose", as the official flower of Little Hock. . The dark red flower which had been named (or the laic Arkansas senator, was selected yesterday by] a special civic committee. Uttle Rock is known as the city of roses. Mayor Wassell was expected to urge residents of the capitol city to plant large numbers of the flower. ' . ment. The referendum is th« first *v«r held In Hot Springs on a local matter. Read Courier New* Want By NKA Service DETROIT—(NBA)—The youths of Amlrlca already are several years •We live'peaceably with Jews, .head o. the nation's Catholics, Negroes and foreigners alike in Georgia," Cook said. "Our tradition of segregation among the groups Is by choice on the part of all groups." Forster said Georgia was "among the most progressive Southern •tales" but condemned "prejudices In employment, abuses by congressional committees, In education, the lynching. designers with their Ideas of what motorcars should be like. Some of Ihcir Ideas are Impractical. Some probably will be Incorporated In automobiles which will go into production within the next few years, '• Taking their tip from war-built :o „, ..„.....,.- "B nt « P la » es . th "« young • discrlmlnatlon 'era are showing more streamlining poll tax and" 11 " 1 ever before, with fenders ta- I king on the contours of plane wlngt He said religion 'and education, "were lynched last month In Loganville, Oa., when two Negro churches and a Negro school were burned to Ihe ground." .' Mrs. Tilly described the president's 'Civil Rights Committee report as "a.step to mend the flaws in the nation's record—not a report on race relations but on the status of civil rights of all our citizens." '.Andrews praised Georgia court action in "declaring the right of all Georgia citizens to participate In state government and to vote in their primaries." and Iri some cases extending behind :he tear-ahaped bodies. One out of three of the boys who submitted prize-winning models to the Fisher Body Craftsman's Quild competition designed re»r-erig1tt» cars, and provided more InterUi Ijody room. More glass'ivas Incorpp rated In the designator better vision Seeks $7,305 Judgment The Hail Dry Goods Co. has filed tuit against Harry J. Fritzius of piytneville, indicated by a Mississippi 'County for embezzlement, seeking payment of a »1305,36 debt lor merchandise and naming four Insurance companies as garnlshees, court records showed today. Most of the models called for at conditioning. Rear engine model had air intakes along the farwar edges' of the back fenderi 1 Maybe • It's . because" the boy usually have to do the pollshini but there wan a defflnlte'-trer against large areas of bright wor: Profcwlohal designers s«td this ab sence of chromium plating maki automobiles look nmaller but shbvs' a refinement In taste. Bumpers were | less massive and placed to Increase effectiveness, sometimes ^eve^p, en-j circling the cfir. ' ' • VjrT-•'•." One change In headlight design, was a solid bunk of lights • across the front similar to fluorescent lighting fixtures tn homes and offices. Some of the young designers pre- rred a jingle locomotive-like eadllght. Most of the models wfcre in con-. entional colors; a few had metallic paint like broni. The winners In the competition hared SG5.000 In prizes donated by Fisher Body. Of this amount »38,000 s in University scholarships. Tulllo Lo Monaco, of Milan, Italy, believes that a fellow should have his girl at his side, even when bicycling. So he Invented thli side-saddle bike, on which both riders pedal but only me steers. Photo by NEA-Acme correspondent Julius llumi. More Arkonsans Win Honors for 4-H Club Work CHICAGO, III., Dec. 2 CUP)— The number of Arkansas fa^m youths to win national acclaim at the 4-H "Ollib Congress at Chicago has risen t 4 William D. Stokenbury. Unlverslt; of Arkansas, freshman from Elklns and Willene Runsick of Jackson County, Stokenbury received a J20C scholarship yesterday (or soil con servatlon work, and Miss! Runslck i 4100 scholarship for home land scaping. Previously announced winner were Evelyn Sekavec ol Mount Ida irr the clothing division, and Alice Voters in Hot Springs To Pass on Garbage Tax HOT SPniNQS, Ark., Bee. 2<UP> —Hot Springs residents were scheduled to go to the polls today to pass on an ordinance creating a municipal garbage collection system. The referendum hn» become a political issue between (he opposing "GI" and ,'McLaughlin" factions. The ordinance has been sponsored i by Mayor Earl Ricks, who says he 1 is attempting to fulfill a GI campaign promise to the residents of BOOK MATCHES in Acetate Drums 59* 98* FOIL BACKS SO Books, Plain. Nam* or Monogram Imprinted. One Day Service on Imprinting KIR6Y DRUG STORES Fox Not So Smart DETROIT (UP)—A fly red fox ilcked out Ihe wrong hunter to eer al. Frank Rhea sat down to est after a luckless day of.phens- uit hunting. The tox crep within a few feet of him and sat there I ;rtnnlng. The hunter shot the ant- | nal and claimed the $S bounty. i Ruth allllaum of Newpo't, In the \ eldership division. The University of Arkansas Is represented at Chicago by teams In the International Intercollegiate livestock Judging contest and the' MidWest Intercollegiate Poultry judging contest. The livestock. 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