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

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'TUESDAY, OCTOBER T, 1<147 (ARK.)' COURIER NINVS PAOB NTVB Negroes to Enter Catholic Schools St. Louis Archbishop Wins Fight; Parents Withdraw Opposition ST. LOUIS. Oct. 7. iUP>—Arch- bishop Joseph E. Hitter von lit.! fi?ht today to permit Negro stu- rtont.s to enter Catholic paroclilnl school which previously were reserved for wlittc pupils. Parents who had organized lliem- ^elvcs Into a "Catholic Parents As- I Moclation" to protest his orrter, dis- 1 banded last night. They voted ' end their opposition. Hitter had ordered the Negroes admitted into the "while" schools when the ordinarily Negro schools became overcrowded. The parents took their vote af- tor a stormy 50-niinute session iu which a letter from Amleto Cico'j- nani, apostolic delegate to ihe U.S. was read, Cicognani said lio \va^ confident that the parents wouk comply with Hitter's ruling. John P. Bnvrett, chairman of the parents organization, pleaded with those who opposed Ihe disbanding move. "I definitely will not continue ns chairman of the group," lie .said. "I am a Catholic. The? only way I can remain a Catholic is to give up the chairmanship. "I don't want whnt. happened to me to happen to anyone.' 1 When the vote finally was taken, only a few persona opposed the disbanding. The association was termed by 600 parents, and court action wa.s planned to prevent Ritter from car- vying out Ilia niMng. A| Rltter replied two weeks H£O wiih ™* threat to excommunicate those involved In the projected legal action. The parents dropped their plans after attorneys advised that the Archbishop was the titular owner of the schools and that legal action would accomplish nothing. Admitted to United Nations kins, deceased. First mid' Final report of Mrs. Salllc Wllklns, Executrix [lied September 10, 1WT. No. 1783. Ksliito of 0. O. Hires, deceased, Fivst and Final report, of Howard Hires, Administrator Illctl September 22, 1947. 1164, Estate of James W. Whtt- worlh, deceased. First and Finnl report of Marcus Evrard, Administrator filed September 32, 1M1. No. 1181. Estate of Charles R. Powers, <lcce»srd. First nurt Flm\l report ol E. M, Holt, Administrator filed September 23, 1W7. All persons Interested In the set ilcmeiKs of any of tlio above es tMt'S arc wnrtifd to (He exceptions (hereto, if any Imvo lliey on or be (ore tlia sixtieth day following tin Ding of Ihe respective accounts, alliriK which they will be barred orever from excepting to the no- counts. \Yiuiwis my hantV RS Clerk and the seal of .said Court, this tho 6'.h day of October, 19-41. ELIZAHETH BT..YTHE County & Probnt* OlerX PRESCRIPTIONS Fresh Slock Cunruntced Hcsl Prices Kirby Drug StoreS Representatives of two United Nation members attend to details of filling out membership papers niter thoy were admitted by a vote.of the General Assembly. From left to right are: TryBVe Lie. Secretary General of the United Nations; Sir Mohammrd Zalarullnh Khnii, chairman of tlie Pakistan delegation; Dr. Hanna Saua, of Egypt, a member of^the UN, and I'Vlnce Se Hul Islan Abdnllnh, of the Yemen delegation. Pakistan and Yemen were admitted only alter prolonged balloting. (NBA Tclephoto.) British Princess to Promise to Obey sband in Marriage Vows Nov. 20 Missourian Takes Job As Pharmacist Here BY ROBERT .MUSKI, United I'rcss .Stitff Corres[iunclcnt LONDON, Oct. 7. (UP) --- Wliell Princess Elizabeth and Lieut. Philip MouiUbatten are married oil November 20, she wUI promise to "obey" him. no matter what sticklers for formality say about a fu- I ivire queen obeying s husband who can never be king. Philip can never become more than prince con.sort, although Elizabeth will be queen and as such Ihe head oJ the empire. There were some who thought that she could, under the circumstances, never United States with copies before she sets to use the original. Ijondou newspaper* were able, however, to inform their readers that these schemer* have not succeeded, because the design is too closely guarded in the salon of Nor- mati Hartnell, who fashioned It,. He was in seclusion, lest he be lalkcd into revealing the design and the two or tnrce assistants who are helping with it have been sworn to secrecy. Hartucll and his tirsl assisvanl will take it to Balmoral Castle in Scotland this week for the first flt- sub.stltute "cherish" for "obey" un- Thomas C. Brannon, foimerlv of rier the revised marriage service of Hornersvillc, Mo., has become' af- 1928. But she decided last night filiated with Owens Drug Store, 300' to use the older form: "Wilt tliou West Main, as a pharmacist, It wa.s obey him, and serve him. love, lion- announced yesterday. « Mr. Brannon served in the Army seven years and held the rank of major In the infantry at the time promise in the marriage ceremony ! ting. His route will R be secret, but to obey him. | numerous sources having access to She could easily have chosen to i railway timetables believed he will take the London and Northeastern railway train to Ballater, where a of hl.s discharge. Prior to entering the Army, he wns in business in Hardy, Ark. Mrs. Brannon Is the former Miss Wonted Old Steel Bed Rails 1 to TOGO T. L. Mabry 423 E. Mo.-Phone 3627 royal car will tnect him. or and keep him in sickness and in health?" Elizabeth thereby made it plain again thai she was marrying Philip tor love. , _ —,. — The officiating clergy at the wed- i after the plane takes off at dim;. It \VBS disclosed, will be the ' ' ... Archbishop of Canterbury, the Dean of Westminister and the precentor, Rev. C. M. Armitagc. The Archbishop of York will give the address. American spies were reported in London for Ihe nefarious purpose of sneaking a look sit Elizabeth's wedding gown and presumably rushing back home with their Intelligence so they could flood the Just Like Pullmans NEW YORK (UP) — Pan American World Airways has started through air-sleeper service over the Atlantic Ocean. Berths for 18 persons will be made up four hours p.m., and may be occupied for eight hours, until the plane i« two hours out of London. Leozla Gentry of Blythevllle. The Brsnnous have an apartment at 123 West Davis. NOTICE OF ACCOUNTS OF EXECUTORS ANI> ADMINISTRATORS F1LKI> Notice is hereby given that during the mouth of September !9¥7 tho following accounts of Executors am •Administrators have been filed for settlement and confirmation in the prcbste Court for the Chtckasa\yb.i District of MlFslssippi County, Ar kansas and that such accounts will United States Government and Dyess Farms, Inc., Offers SURPLUS LAND F O II SALE f * All That Remains of The DYESS FARM Property In . Mississippi County, Ark. 'Approximately Sfilt Acres in cut-over timbeylanri, with no improvements and no land in cultivation. The property is located just 12 miles west of Wilson, Ark., in the rich Mississippi Delta cotton country. It is 2 miles directly south of the town ofDycss, Arkansas. Mineral rights on the property will be sold and conveyed to Hie purchaser. Bids will be considered for single tracts, in groups; or for the entire offering as set out in the bid forms. Conditions of Sale: TERMS: Cash or Credit. All sales will be made subject to existing leases on property, if any, and the owner re.swes the right to reject any bid for tiny reason. FOR BID FORMS AMD INFORMATION: contact Ray D. Johnson, F.ILA. Supervisor at Dyes?, Ark., or .1. K. Highfill, Stale Director Farmers Home Administration, Waldon Building, Little Rock, Ark. •SKAMOD BIDS WILL BK RI'X'KIVKD: Unlil 2:00 P. M., C. S. T., Friday, Octover !M. l!M7, at the office of the Formers Home Administration, Room 331, Waldon Building, Little Rock, Arkansas. lioir respective filing dates arc as ollows: No. 1750. Kstatc of Thomas O. Wil- We Guarantee RECAPPING with Hawkinson Treads Let Your Next Tires Be GENERALS Cost More — Worth More MOD1NGER TIRE CO. 41G E. Alain Phone 2201 ABRAHAM'S COURTS Open For Business ^ 16 Deluxe Cabins -^ Showers—Hot Water ^ Gat Heat -fa American Beauty Innerspring Mattresses A Perfect Accommodation for Businessmen or Tourists —Reasonable Rates— WATCH FOR THE OPENING OF OUR RESTAURANT IN CONNECTION! New Numbers 1_ 4474 and 4475 ' ii* Somt RtllobU S«fvlci "For Work Done Right" , CALL • ^ NU-WA Laundry-Cleanen d 220 North 2nd StrMt ' >• FARM DITCHES DITCH BANK LEVELING PRIVATE ROADS OR ANY EXCAVATION ^ree Estimates S.J.COHEN Contractor LYNCH BLOG. BLYTHEVILLE ARK. • (Phone 3646atut2525 : in •< LIT (IS SHOW YOU AWDKN IRON/KG Sec for yourself how simple, hnw All you tin Is sit down nnd guide (ho restful ironing is with the automatic work through. Try Ironritc as soon Irnnritc! The two *pcn,.iifcnlicnl as you can! ends accommodate every piece of Don't wait! household Inumlry. Kiddies* clothes, Plume, now, to shirts, lace curtains glide out of Ihe sec this dcm- Ironrite, beautifully, iwiftly done, onstratiunnt... ' Presenting a Complete Line i Farm, Home Applances Including Electromaster Space Saving Ranges ........ \ . . 157.50 L & H Presteline DeLuxe Electric Ranges Stidelhuber Table Top Elec. 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