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

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, September 9, 1947
Page 9
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TUKSDAY, SlCl'TKMUKK 0, J5H7 BIATHEVILI,K (AKK.) COURIER NEWS Pope Makes Plea For Just Peace Time for Catholics To Act, He Says in Unusual Appearance RCME. Sept. 9. (UP)—Pope Piur, told 250,000 persons crowding into £1. Peter's Square Sumlny night lh:U now was the Urns for Catholics lo ;<ct l^causc the opposition in tlic religious and moral fields was becoming ever more clearly defm"'!. The iJontiU addressed a huge ns- sembly of men of the Catholic Action Group meeting here on their 25lh anniversary. He spoke in iml, i«n from a throne erected in the center of the square—the first such appearance in the plaza. "The time for reflection and planning is past," the Pope said. "Now is tlic time for action. Are you ready? The opposing fronts in the religious and mural fields ace be'- tomini; more clearly defined." Ten <lays after pledging his support to President. Truman in seeking a new world pence based on Christianity and opposed to the principle-; of "colleclivist orgaiiizti- lion at lives," the Pope denounced oppression, persecution and violence anainsl Ihe church. His denunciation was believed to be an indirect answer to the bc- hcadins; of a Catholic priest in the YlJttoslav-conlrrjllcd part of Northeast Italy last month, and attacks on several other priests in the same rcKilj'n. The Pope asked for "the blessing of peace" for the world beseeching "not. merely an apparent and jnri- dicial peace, but a true and just peace." "No matter how the enemies of the papacy have distorted our intentions and our words, they arc also included in our love and our «ood wishes," he said. Evangelist ' Four American Soldiers Held in Mexican Jail WICKENBURG, Ariz., Sept. 9. 'UPI- Four American soldiers have been held In a Tijuana, Mcx.. jail without trial since January, Robert Livengood, commander of thc Kel- lis-Drapei- American Legion Post, charged yesterday. Livengood. in the name of the post, nskecl G8 Arizona Legion posts to demand n jury trial for Jack E. Keener, Wickenburg soldier who was one of. thc men arrested when they diove a truck to Tijuana last, January. Commander Livengood sniti Keener wrote his mother, Mrs. Fannie Hence Martz, 7-year-old American child evangelist, raises a clenched fist as she preaches at Albert Hall.' London, O n her first appearance in England \ after touring Australia and Nev* Zealand. Note Ihe cowboy- : motif boots. ' Coffee Prices Hiked By Tv/o Distributors NEW YORK. .Sept. !). (Ui'l" — Retail coffee prices today were hiked -two cents a pound by tw<. big distributors, boosting ili c , beverage buans back to the liislis o: early last February. NO'i KT: Notice is hereby pivcn thai the undersigned will within thc lime lixi-d by lav. api>;y io the Commin sioner of Revenues ol the Slate o: Arkansas for IL iievmil lo s?ll off- premises l)cer at ir^al! at 409 .S. 10th. Blyihcville. Missifslppi Counly. The undersigned states that lie is •A eitiien of Ark-l!is;]s, of gooti :iioral character, ll'.ut l»e has never beer convict<?d of a felony or other crime involving moral tuiT.iUulc; thai no | license to sell beer by the undersigned has been revoked within five years last past; and that the undersigned has never Vjc'cn convicted o unless they t r el S3 a month each to rent a stove. Keener also claimed the jail was "filthy and the food poor." Receives Medal of Merit WASHINGTON, Sept. 9. (UP)— Herbert Bayard Swope, editor of the old New York World, yesterday received the medal for merit for "exceptionally meritorious conduct in the performance of outstanding services" to the war department in World War II. Gen. Daight D. Eisenhower, Army chief of staff, presented th c award '; on behalf of president, Truman at ceremonies in the pentagon Building. Swope served as consultant to thc Secretary of War from 19-12 through 1!M5. He is chairman of thc board of the overseas news agency a:ui heads the Lona Island Park Com- RE At ESTATE ATHLETES FOOT JTCH HOW TO STOP IT MAKE 5 MINUTE TEST . clrto FUI.I. STRENGTH. Reach,, MORE errnii lo Ftt.l. 1l,e licit. t'r-t NEW foo' comfort nr your 3St hack. ToHay at I'hunc 476 Z1JW. WALNUT IT. PHONEZMI BLYTH'Ev'iLUr ARK. N'Oilci; Notii'C is hereby given lluit Ihe ndersigned will within the thru 1 ;x:d by law upply to ibe Cominis- .oner of ncveilucs ol the State of .rkansas for a permit lo sell beer t retail at H F.I). 1. M.inila, Missis- ij;pi Ccimty. The undersigned states that lie is citizen of Arkansas, ol good ;noral haracter, that he has never been onvicled ot a felony or other crime ivolving morn| turpitude; lhal iw cense to sell beer by the under- igned has been revoked within livj eurs last |)iist; and that the under- "gncd has never boon convicted ol iolatinu the laws ol this state, or ny other state, relating to thc sale f alcoholic liquors, .nig Lake Qro. & Lunchroom Cohen I). Brooks Subscribed and -sworn to before ic this 9 day of Sept. la-n. Mrs. Marshall liiackard SEAL) Notary Public. My Commission expires March I), 949. roiivlclod of a fvlouy or o;:icr rrlino invchinu nioinl liit'iultide; thai no license lo sell bi'cr by llio undersigned has never b.Tn convicted of violating lu\vs ol Ibis state 1 , or iniy other s(;ite. ri:n,:ng ;o tiic s.ile of alcoholic lifiuoi's. ' A. T. Brewer Su^s'-rlb' 1 '! aivi swop. •'> Ueforc me this 8 day of Sept., ISM'I. Mrs. .vjar.iniui ULackard (SEAL) ' Notary Public. My Commission expires Minvli !), 1(M9. NOTICE Notice is hereby given that tin- ndersigned will wii.liin (he time ixcd by law apply to thc Coiiiinis- loner of inevenue.s of tlic Slate ol \rkansas for a permit to sell b?er at etail at R. F. D. 1. Manila, Missis- i|>l>i County. The undersigned slates that he is cilia;]] of Arkansas, of Rood moral haracter. (bat he lias never been NOllli; or GItANTINd OK 1,1- PAGE SEVEN Notice is hereby (jivoii lliat tin! Conimitisioner oi Kcvc nuc.s of I In- State of Arkansus has Jssued « pei 1 - inll.'Ko. ;>r>2 lo Robert Shelby Unncli to !.<•'.! and dispense Vilnius or nilrii- .umis iltiuois for beverage at retail day of fji'])|. 1247 and expires on SI, Miuilln, Arkansas. 'I'his permit Ismied on the ,2n<l diiy ol Kepi, inn an dcxplicd on Ihe 3'J day ol June, \SW. Hubert tilu-lby Hunch Pcrmltli'e. "I've Found I Can Give Up Dosing!" PARM DITCHES DITCH BANK LEVELING PRIVATE ROADS OR ANY 1 Imrsh ;>U!-putiv(.'s So If you | irc troubled Ilils \vn> K r. 1.1. n u (; ' s 'AM ' II1MX," 4I.I.-11MN Is KUUI'iUlleiMl ui il ii t li mil v n i back. Simply pn'i a 11 oitm-r every <luy In milk lor sprinkled over «lhC!«rciV;ils, i>r linked 111 innlllnsi —mid drink plenty OrcItT Kl:u.0(;t;'s AU.-IWAN to tu'iy EXCAVATION SW# <§stmates MI.-III t K ,,r vvatcr S.J.COHEN Contractor LYNCH-BLDG. BLYTHEVILLEARK. any other stale, relating to thc sal< of alcoholic; liquors. ' Subscribed and s'.vmn lo belor me this a nay of Scui 4 .__1947. y ^'• " Mrs. Marshall Jilack'arti (SEAL) Notary Public. My Commission expires March !), 19»9. Kirfiy Slare' _ What's In A K) CN K> CN i There's a lot in it number v.'lii'ti il brings you Hie typo oL' itistant itiilo sorvico tltal we spec lit] ix.o in. Kemcntlicr il when you have cat' trouble and you'll be jl'ad you did. Wilson Auto Service j,'i v( ' s . v " 11 "'e proiii|)t, attention you nierly hopu lor olsu- \vheri:! PHARIS TIRES NEOPRENE TUBES STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS -^ | I S Wilson Auto Service ^ 2nd at Ash Streets New Numbers 4474 and 4475 B»r Some Reliable Service "For Work Done Right CALL NU-WA Laundry-Cleaners 220 North 2nd Street 1eo Etle Servants * ... ^^ Ten littfo servants, waiting in a line,' Call one to do the wash — and still you nave nine! .Nine little servants, working long ond late. Ask one to cook your meals — and still you have eight! Eight littie servants — working like eleven! Call on on* to clean for you, and still you have seven!.' Sc-.'cn littl3-v,crv3nfrs~yGif 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 all thc shirts — and still you have four! Four little servants — such activity! One breathes a little brccic - and still you have three! Three little servants — if you're feeling blueA One will entertain you — and still you have two -Two little servants, whose work h never done! One keeps the food fresh, and thinks it's rather fun-T 1 One tells thc 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; efecfrkrfy is always ready to foU the work out ~of housework. And it costs so lin Matter of fact, tf yours is the average family, you're getting twice o$ much electricity for your money_as you did 20 years ago. What other item in your budget does so much for so IM«? "^)- Inlm (« tht U«th!c H«wr-rt» HOUR OF CHARM. Smfhn 2:30 p.m. Are You Planning to Move? Wn offer you this piece of equipment "designed'for sale IninspoHatioM in all types of weather. Ample Kiiniituru puds mid other equipment'to insure «^fe handling. 24-Hour Service on Notice shucs Is u smart nvcr,lmrnt in curnfori, .ipjmur- i'c nnil ,styli>—but (lie in»sl cx- icnslvr shurs will .snnn look hapelrss :in dstiu))by tf not kep n K»"d n-jmli- and frequently lilncd. HALTER'S Quality Shoe Shop For Electric Work Call 2397 BOB'S Electric Shop • Farm'Wiring • House Wiring • Motor Repairs • Appliance Installation 500 N. Fifth St. Blythtville, Ark. Plumbing For Sale liulli tubs, Closets, Lavatories, 00" inch all-metal Add- KcslntiiiK Ca'nncl Sinks with douhlc drain board. Anlonuific Oil and Kledric Water Heaters. Also Septic Tanks. All l'i|>c & Killings necessary lo install ,'you'r. tompk-le ''alliroom. Osburn's Plumbing & Heating 1920 West Main St. Phone 87S ATTENTION Lot us supply you with all your gin needs! We Feature B. F. Goodrich Belting ZI3 WEST.MA1NST. PHONE 2OI5 FOR SALE Concrete Building Blocks Aquella Water Proofing Paint 12-48 inch CONCRETE CULVERTS plain or reinforced Osceola Tile and CULVERT CO. We Deliver Phone 691 New soles? . . . new hoeli? . . . new laces? . . . We'll do ever/tiling thal'i needed to hov« your children's shoes ready for FIRST DAY OF SCHOOL. HALFORD'S SHOE SHOP 106 So. Second St. FOKRCAL MtKCURy SCW/CC 40MJ? Still & Young Motor Co. Lincoln-Mercury Dealer Phone 3479 Blylhcville Ark. 112 Walnut St. ARK-MOPOWERCO. KEROSENE & FUEL OIL CALL 2089 ••The OU R«li«bte" G. O. POETZ PETROLEUM PRODUCTS

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