The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 9, 1947 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

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TUKSDAY, SKl'TKMBKU ',), l'J/17 WATJ!EVIU,M (AUK.) COURIER NFAVS PAGE SEVEN Pope Makes Plea For Just Peace Time for Catholics To Act, He Soys in Unusual Appearance ROME. Kepi. D. (UP)—Pope Pius tout 250,000 persons crowding into SI. Peter's Square Sunday night that, now was the time for Catholics lo act Ijecause the opposition In the religious and moral fields was becoming ever more clearly defin n 'l, 'I'he tJOiiUFt addressed a hui;e ns- ,,scinbty of men of tlic Catholic Ac; tion Group meeting hero on their 25th anniversary. He -spoke in Italian from a throne erected in the center of the square—the first such appearance in the plaza. | "The time for reflection and plan-' ninu is past." the Pope said. "Now is tlie time for action. Are you ready? The opposing fronts in the religious and moral fields are becoming more clearly defined." Ten days after pledging his support to President Truman in seeking a new world peace based on Christianity and opposed to the principles of "collectivisl. organization of lives." the Pope denounced oppression, persecution and violence against [lie church. His denunciation was believed to be an indirect answer to the beheading of a Catholic priest in the Yugoslav-controlled part of Northeast Italy last inontli. and attacks on several other priests in tlie same Evangelist NOYIC'K Notice is hereby pivcn that the undersigned will within the time' fixrd by law apply to the Commissioner of Revenues ol the Slate ol Arkansas lor a permit lo sell beer at retail at n.F.D. 1, M inila, Missi.*- sij;pi Ccunty. The undersigned states that he is :t citizen of Arkansas, ol yood moral character, that he has never been convicted of a felony or other crime involving moral turpitude; Unit :«< license to sell beer by the under- .signed has been revoked within fi\v years last past; and that the under- Mgnccl lias never been convicted ')! violating the laws of this slate, or any other stale, relating to the sale of alcoholic liquors. I5i£ laakc Gro. & lAinchvooin Cohen ft. Brooks Subscribed and sworn to before me this 9 day of Sept. 18-17. Mrs. Marshall iiln:kiml iSf.'AO Nolary Public. My Commission expires Murcli i), 1SMD. NOTK'K Notice is hereby ;;iven that tile undersigned will wil.Uin the time fixed by law apply to the Commissioner oi 'Revenues of the State ot Arkansas for a perm\t to sell brer at retail at R. F. D. 1. Manila, Mississippi County. The undersigned slates (hat he is a citizen of Arkansas, of uood moral character, that he has never been convicted of a felony or oner crime invclvinj; moral turpiuule; Unit, no' license lo sell beer by Ihe undersigned has neve]' b.'fn convicted of violating <:ie laws o; this state, or any other state. ic'.iulnK io the sale ol alcoholic liquors. ' A. '!'. nivwcr ii^s'-rHjo''! a'**! s"'"i'" '••• before me this 8 day uf Sept., 1SMV, Mi.-., .viar.itinil liiuekard'. (SEAL) Notary Public. My Commission expires March ft, 1040. " I've Found I Can Give L|> Dosing!" "I found a wonderful way to correct (•onsiipiiiloii due io h,ek ,,f |,,HK in the met. I'.ulliiK KCLLOIIU'S <I.I.-JIK.M; every day sn-es me tlic kind of lusting relief I never TOI ham - NO'l'ICK ()!• GHAXTlNCi «»!•• 1.1, <)UOIl I'DliMIT Not ire Is hereby given Hint, the Commissioner o! Revenues of the Stute oi Arkansas has )ssucd u pei 1 - mU.'No. f,r>2 lo liobeit Shelby Kuncli to *p.l and dispense vlucuis or spirituous ilquois for beverage at retail day of .Sept. 1M7 iinci expires on St. Manila. Arkansas. This permit Ismied on the .Viiul day ol Sept. 1017 an dexphe:, 1 on the 3!) day ol June, 1!H8. llobi'i'l Slielby Hunch Permittee. ' 9.0-Hi Imrsl So If you HI- i troubled this wnv too, slsirL i'aiiijf IU ii ' l.s keep yon tt>j;n| : u' n a I ll i n I I v o i (/oivWcymir money baek. Simply rat n n oiuu:p every (lay in milk mr sprinkled <»ver FARM DITCHES DITCH BANK LEVELING PRIVATE ROADS OR ANY', EXCAVATION iiiiicivrrrrin.s, or iwKcil hi M.I.-KI.VK imillmsi—aml cirinls plenty of water. Order KH.I.OUC'S .M.I.-HJUN loiluy. S.J.COHEN Contractor LYNCifBiDG. BLYTHEVIUEARK. The Pope asked for "the blessing of peace" for the world beseeching "not merely an apparent and juri- dicial peace, but, a true and just peace." "No matter hov. 1 the enemies of the papacy have distorted our intentions and our words, they arc idso included in our love and our good wishes," he said. Four American Soldiers Held in Mexican Joil Hence M;>rU, 7-yo;ir-old Ameri- cnn clnkl evangelist, raises n clenched list ;is slie preaches ill Albert Hall. London, on her first appearance in Englsmd after touring Australia and Ne\+ Zealand. Note Hie cowlioy-' motif boots. Coffee Prices Hiked By Two Distributors NliW YORK. Sept. n. ((JIM '._ Retail colfec pliers todny wurr; hiked .two cents a pound by two big distributors, buosiinj; tii ( : beverage beans Ijuck to tile hi^lis or early last February. WICKENBURG, Ariz., Sept. !). . NO11 - L (UP)—Pour American soldiers have Notice is hereby pivcn tin: been held in a Tijuana, Mex jail "ndersiKr.ed will withii, the without trial since January. Robert, Il>:c(l bv Ulw a!>1 ''" io tll(l Livelihood, commander of the Kellis-Draper American Legion Post, charged yesterdav. Livelihood, in the name of the post, asked G8 Arizona Legion post.s to demand a jury trial for Jack E. Keener, Wickenburg soldier who was one of. tlie men arrested when they drove n truck to Tijuana last Jan- time sioner ol lEL-venncs nt the State o 1 .' Arkansas for a pel mil to s?ll of[- premiscs beer at rc'.uil al -1B9 S. 16th, nlyLheville. Mississippi Count;.'. The undersigned states that he is a citizen of Arkansas. p( £ood moral character, that he has never been convicted Ql a felony or other crime involving moral turpitude; that no j license to sell beer by the undersigned has been revoked within five . . Commander Livengood said Keen- I rs lnsl pnst an(l , hcU Ule lin(U ,,. i- wrote his mother. Mis. Fannie j siglle(1 hris I1CVC1 . becll CQ ,, v - u . lcl i o r V. Thornton, that the four face a winter without heat in the jail unless they can yet S3 a month cacti to rent a stove. Keener also claimed the jail was "filthy- and tUc lood poor.". Receives Medal of Merit WASHINGTOt^, Sept. i). (UP) — "Herbert Bayard Swopc, editor of the old New York World, yesterday received the medal for merit for "exceptionally meritorious conduct ill the performance of outstanding services" to the war department in World War II. Gen. D^ight D. Eisenhower, Army chief of staff, presented tli e award , on behalf of President Truman at ceremonies in the pentagon Building- S\vope served as consultant to llic Secretary of War from 1942 through l'345. He is chairman ol Ihe board of the overseas news agency and heads tlie Long Island Park Commissions ATHLETES FOOT ITCH HOW TO STOP IT MAKE 5 MINUTE TEST ( violating the laws ol chLs stuic, or any oilier state, relitting to the sal': ol alcoholic liqnors. < G. .MtUanicl Sutscribed and sworn lr> before me this 8 day ol Sen',, ]Q'V7. •" " Mrs.' Marshall BlaCriaro (SEAL) Notary Public. My Commission o:])ircs March i), 1919. . clrte FUI.T. STRENGTH. Rcache, MORK frrrms ro KH.I, rht- Irch. Cct NK.W foo' comfort or your 35c h.lrk. Today *t ABSTRACT* REALTY to. Phone 47G Kirhy Drue Slorc ^ What's In A Number? cs I CN <N There's a !oL in a number v.-hrn it l>niii;s you the typo of instant auto service lliat we specialize in. Remember it when yon have ear trouble and you'll be j^lad yon dill. Wilson Aulo Service KIVTS you Ihe |ii'oni|it attention you merly bope for elsewhere! PHARIS TIRES NEOPRENE TUBES STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS Wilson Auto Service 2: 2nd at Ash Streets NJ O I K) O I K) K) New Numbers 4474 and 4475 But Same Reliable Service Tor Work Done Right" CALL NU-WA Laundry-Cleaners 220 North 2nd Street S Ten little servants, waiting in a line. Call one to do the wash — and still you have nine! .Nine tittle servants, working long and late. Ask one to cook your meals — and still you have eight! Eight little servants — working like eleven! Call on on* to clean for you, and still you have seven! Seven liMls-iai-vsnJs — yljsi don't need candlesticks •«.."».-'. When this one lights the house for you — and still you have six! Six little servants, electrically-alive, This one sews a handy seam — and still you have five! Five little servants to help with every chore; \ One can iron alt the shirts — and still you have four! Four little servants — such activity! One breathes a little breeze — and still you have three! Three little servants — if you're feeling One will entertain you —and still you have two! . ( Two little servants, whose work is never dene! One keeps the food fresh, and thinks it's rather fun —^... One fells the proper time from sun to setting sun. (Dependable electric service makes these servants run— And saves you lots of elbow grease. Suppose you had none?) Yes; e/ecfricrty rs always ready to take the work out of housework'. And it costs so little I Matter of focf, ff yours is the average family, you're getting twice as much electricity for your money as you did 20 years ago. What other item in your budget does so much for so little? Uf.n fo rfw EUcMc Hour-rfi, HOUR OF CHARM. ***»-. '-'•' M I' "'• Are You Planning to Move? We offer you this piece of equipment designed for snfo LrnnsporliUion in all types of weather. Ample Kui'iiiUii'c pads nncl other equipment to insure «afe liaiulling. 24-Hour Service on Notice lii.vluj; K<Miil shtips is u iivrsltnrnt In comfort. ;ip|M^;ir- iruit" tind stylo—Imt the most o\- >t-iislv«> shot's will soon look sh:iprl(ss :in ilslKibby if not key x'">tl rt'imlr »nH frcfjucntl> lim). HALTER'S Quality Shoe Shop For Electric Work Call 2397 BOB'S Electric Shop • Farm Wiring • House Wiring • Motor Repairs • Appliance Installation SOD N. Fifth St. lilythcville, Ark. Plumbing For Sale Until tubs. Closet H, Liivatorie.s, (10" iui'li iill-mctal Acid- UcsislhiK Cii' iuct Sinks wiUi double drain board. Automiilk- Oil and Klectric Wilier Heaters. Also Septic Tanks. 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