The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 13, 1946 · Page 4
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BI.YTHEV1LLE, (AKK.) COURIER NEWS Cwsader Raps * V Southern Critics Carter, Who Won'Pulitzer Award, Speaks on Tolerance OJpFORD, Miss.,-DM. 13. (UP) — Hodding oavtcr, Southern newspaper W-edltor vand crusader against rac-ijfl intolerance, delivered a sch- rdujjjd address at the University of Mississippi last night, , ovcv Uie cbjsetlons of a group of Olc Miss Alumni that Ills ideas on the race question wore "not in line with whai we want our children to uc taught.." Crilics of the Puliliur )>rlzc win- >icr]were 23 Culfport, Nllss., busi- Lewis and UMW Ask Review of Contempt Case WASHINOTON, Dec. !:).- -iUP) —John L, Lewis nnd his United Mine Workers relied heavily on the Norrls-LaOuaidla act today for n Supreme Court reversal of their contempt of court convictions. The net limits use of injunctions in jaoor disputes MH the yuvprn- menl contends il did not outlaw Ihc restraining order wriicli the government, obtained in the recent, soft co:il strike. For Ignoring Hint order Lcsvla was fined $10,000 and tin' union $3,SOj,(BO. If the court upholds the government contention, Lewis «ntl the UMW are ready «lth other defense measures. They v.ill lUBite that th" fines were "excessive" and In vloluttou of the constitution. Glncr co'^.,u,- min.s cnncern alleged errors of the government and Judjje T. Ainu v^oldsboruogh in the contcin|H proceedings In the lower court. Lewis nnd the UMW yesterday filed with the high court a cross- petllion, urRi!i|: (In. Irihiihiil In review their conviclioii.s. Last Mon- diiy the Supreme Court iii;rec<| lu hew tiio case on Jan. M. The purpose of the mine workers' petition was to present llicir side uf' the (we and sonic Issues not raised by the Government uppeal. iui'1 ncssincn. University Officials sup- )»rt«d Carter's right to speak before'^ a forum audience. "I]" wonder," said Carter, "if these GulfpDil gentlemen plnn censorship of the radio, the book publishing business and the 1 nation's newspapers, all of which arc available.-, to their children, and which from time to lime present ideas which are considerably more controversial than anything 1 have said" or written." Carter said thai il wiis "unrealistic, to think that racial relations in the south cotiM be improved through the elimination ol seertRation or achievement of "so-' Gifts Selected ciafjqualily." He said that he did-. -"-'ccreo n'l'bcllcvc Negroes desired those ol>-' MENA, Ark.. Dec. 1:1..- JccWvcs. I '^lie prince of Arkiiti.-iiis 'po.v,um:i I'i "I- do believe," lie said, "that crnlcd nnd on his way t«Uay lt> witltin the framework of se^rcsa- President 'J'ruman. The fa I, white tiorCtho SoutlierJi Negro is entitled to decent hopslng. adequate medical csrci equal educational opi>orluni- tles>J| canal pay for cniial services and,,cqua] justice in the courts. "Bach positive effort uy Southerners to achieve tiiese objectives . tends to the ultimate lessening of racjal tensions." The Greenville, Miss., editor rc- fcricd to his southern background, saytrig that he had settled in MIs- sissTbpi "only 10 years ago, from a 'foiiign country,' Louisiana, where a good niKny .people still speak j Fn-nch." ] Carter, in jest, referred to him-1 selCas an "outsider" and then out-' llneii his • family's Ifl years of con- nccfion with [he stale's history. "One of mv 'grandfathers was capEucd at VickshvirR," he said, "angllicr was brought mortally wounded- frcm Shiloh to Corlnlti. Tv>'(f of -my three sons were born siiiff wo came to Greenville—and Ihc4first .fIri l' cv:r kjssctl lived In Liberty, Miss. .'.,.' Too Lai* to Clastify marsupial uas jucly,cil flr.sl prize ill last iilshl's niinnnl niiwllni; of the I'ulk c-oiinly '1'ussuin Club here. And the icncgade of the race— Hie ugliest, dlrtest, Brawniest, stinkiest most desjilcable crlllcr that could be found—Is ci'nU'd and Wi Ills way to United Mine Workers I'rcfildcnt John u Lewis. IN TIIK COIINTV CODHT 1'<HI t>HI(;KAS.\WKA DISTKIC'I' Ol' MIKSISSII'I'I COUNTV, Alt- XANSAK. In the iMalli'i- nT (In; riii]]n,'d An- nevallon »f UK- Iliunlry Adilldon and Hie Cook' Ad'.IHUm t«i tilt Jlly of Illyllifvlil-. A'hansas. NOTICK ()]•" JII'AltINX; Volire is heresy given Unit there '-las b?cn filed in the CcinUy Coun for lliy chieiinsawtja v rilsl'r!ct t:i ^t Mlsslssi|)|il County, Arkansas, n pi>- lltlnn of Gcorfic ,Osc, and others .iskln« for the annexation of 1lio Urawlcy Addition and the Cook Ad-, dltion to the City of IllytUcvlilc, Arknnsiis, to einbraec the folllowlni; territory In \he Clilckasawba rj.'s' trlct, of Mississippi County, Arkansas, to-wit: "I'lic Biawlcy Addition imil llii> Oook Addition lo the City of Ulyi-hevillc. Arkansas, belnu carved out of the Southeast, Quarter ife'fv '/,), of the BoiiUiwcsL Quarter (SW Vil, of Section Sixteen IS 10), Tosvnshlp Fifteen North (T 15 N). rtaniie Eleven East (R 11 E)." A pint of said proposed addition Is on file with said petition In the 'office ol llii; Clerk ot sakl Court. and the undersigned bus bee:; named by the petitioners as Un- person authorized to act for them I in the premises. 1 The Court, aforesaid has fix«/ the 7th day of January, 1047, as tl^ date for a hearing on suit! iwtltlou and all interested Persons are now notified lo be present in salt/ FIUDAV, DUCEiMBICK 1,'i, I'Ji'i I! II THE MESSIAH lly (J. I 1 . IIANDK1, will be Presented by the FIRST METHODIST CHURCH December 15th at 4 o'clock IMr.'i. Wilson Ilt'iir.v, Director Mrs. John Cuudill, Organist this ad sponsored by Eberdt's Gateway Store Court on the date so fixed, Given tills 4th day of December, 1946. PERCY A. WRIGHT Attorney for Petitioners 12I6-13-20-2Y Durlns,' every Spanish bullfight, six hulls and about 25 horses are cither wounded mortally or killed outright In the ring. CrfUlSTMAB GIFTS GALORE: XHfgagc.'.. .Glassware,.' Elec% .trical Appliances, 'Foil n lair " ilicns. Pen ii I'tntil Sols, • Billfpltts, Radios (baUcry • it eiectiic), .Guitars, Man- dhlins, Harps, Accordum.s. Gomliination Sets, all kinds #f favors, Clocks. Smoking f Sets, .,.Lamps, Chinaware, toadies Piirsts, Travolinfr Kits, Ties, Gloves, Rax.ors. Tpilei Articles and Bets, Silvenyare, pictures and Frames, Novelties a n <l Slost Anything you want at J.'Mell Rrmiks J., 1US) E. Slain' St.'l-i'uinc i)»i(i. '•* - 12-13-ck-tf We Give SUPER MARKET IQ9-III MAIN STREET EAGLE STAMPS Capture that holiday mood! Awaken to the season of holly and mistletoe . . . the scene is perfect for your dreams come true! Let us capture your most charming moment In our ex- elusive Luzicr I'aciiil! Isl National Jiiink 1(1(1-. You'll find a jfliUeriiitf iii'l'iiy of gifl Ijii/.iur producls on display in our whop. !f you waul il lo liu tin: ri^hl «ia . . . give her I.ux.ier's! There's Beauty for You at tf»c CLINIC Blue Plate 8 oz. Jor . ib. 35c 10»iAtre farm with new frame Dwelling, near Manila, S2,- 500 cash, biilancc (ornis. N^v frame dwelling in Mn- -nila. $1-MK). J. C. Chnpin. TJIanila, Ark. 12-lU-i.ik-t7 , . ruiulitionc*! nt Incl'Ty. (tin. Dn 11 'flierin oil burning lieHliT i,i (tc-rlrrt (onrtilion. nl!>o O«L. VVrstlii^huusr rice- trie refrigerator in pooit rfiti'lilion. Call 716 nr wrilo C. K. Mklinc!. Rmiln 3. niyllicvillc. 12!li-|>k.l7 'rjrrb far sale. Jl I E. 'Bj-cnnvi and lot [or talc. -Olti I.oM H>rue vvlirrr lirtvvion KrlimMr >l-.rr- f-ft( «if Manila .-in.] BK-. ,,ni- 7"'! \ *H .-4-rlr tin- r<in[ >v [|.T| It.Mt^r'l- Jijaflr V'nrnjlijrr {' n ,. H]y1)n-.l)1f Ark. rj;i:»-"l, ^c Sunshine IVl or. I with fraokfurfers Phillips 12 oz. Hand Packed No. 2 Can A Question of dependable cleaning? Send it to Nu-Wa! Phone 474-475 NU-WA LAUNDRY-CLEANERS 220 N. 2nd Phone 474-475 HERE ARE GIFTS THAT 'HIT HOME' Thrift 17 oz. Can SAUSAGE 19< Kraft Dinner 7i OL 14t J4oz69c Premier No. 2 Can Shopping Days To Christmas * It takes only 3 minutes .'. U •ffa x Charge Account 25c FITZPATRICK -Jewelry St6res Blythevilk, Ark. Ark. Slkeaton, Mo, PirafonW, Ark.' Sunshine 16 oz. Honey Gralianis... 25c Peter Pen 16 oz. Peanyt Buifer.... 38e Triumph, Wc-ished, TOO Ibs. Potatoes 100 Ibs. $2.29 Golden Pears... Ib.ttc BRAN... 100 Ibs. $2.50 Dairy Feed $3.95 Crackers.. 11b. box 22c Leg-Olamb... Ib. 59c Colored Oleo.. Ib. S8c BuFKraut....lb.12c WE PAY 4c Per Pound On All Used Fats! I Ins beautiful colonial design, walnut finish desk furnished with 9 roomy drawers is really a dream. One of the 'finest gifts f ol - the home. Also one group of walnut veneer, waterfall front style. 39.95 Marching Chairs $7.95 Table Lamps A beautiful collection of all types of table lamps for your Christmas selection. Handsomely designed pottery bases, silk and parch- nicsU shades. $3.95 to 15.95 COFFEE TABLES niu: t|ii;itily walnut ;n»l muhoKJiny. Cumt: in lai'BC, nicdiiini mid small si/cs. A PLATFORM ROCKERS A sparkling array oi I'lalfonn rockers ;> i, -," OCCASIONAL CHAIRS You'll find in this fine array, chairs of every description. One of the finest selections you'll find for gifts. $10.95 to 22.50 nivi-, to \\iii yo;u- approval. 01" Tapeslr.v.'mo- hair atul. vclour upliolnic.*," $29 to 69.50 CREDIT TERMS Avo«/ab/c to You.' WADE FURN!TURE CO. Phone 3 1 22 112 West Main Street

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