The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 13, 1949 · Page 6
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PAGE *IX BLYTKEVILLE '(ARXJ COURIER NTFWB TOE8PAT, PECBMBBR 18, t«'4l FEPC Bill to Top Civil Rights Fight Measure Will Face Tough Fight But Battle Is Requested By Ernest B. Vaccaro KEY WEST, Fla., Dec. 13. OF)— Key presidential advisors said today that th« administration's civil rights battle In the election-year congress will be centered behind the FEPO bill. This measure, designed to prevent discrimination against Negroes and othfcr minority groups in employment practices, !s one of the several antl-dlscdmlnation measures President Truman will again propose to Congress in January. They say It probably will face tougher opposition in Congress than any of the civil rights measures but that organizations opposing discriminations insist upon fighting It out on this line. Tills, and other measures, like the mill-lynching, anti-poll tax and similar proposals cost President Truman four Southern Democratic states In last year's election. Senate Majority Leader Micas ha.s said he will make the PEPC bill the first order of business In the Senate after Congress reconvenes in January. Filibuster Seen Advisors here concede the move will lead to a filibuster and the chances for pas-snue are not bright. At the same time, they argue that the very fight will help Democratic Congressional candidates in closely- contested districts. They say concentration on an anti-poll tax bill or the antt-lynch- Ing bill might draw a little le.ss fire but that there wa.s nothing in the past history of the Senate to Indicate either of these could be passed Mr. Truman's top specialists on civil rights are here to consult with him on strategy. They are Administrative Assistant David K. Niles and his assistant, Phillco Nash. Meanwhile, White House advisors continued to shuttle back and forth by plane. Most of them have told reporters privately they have spent more time playing than they have working on the "state of the union" message Mr. Truman will deliver to Congress In January. Pope Pius Speaks To Cardinals in Secret Session VATICAN CITY. Dec. 13. OP) — Pope Pins expressed the hope yesterday that the 1950 holy year would bring back to the Catholic Church those who have been separated from It, The Pope spoke to Cardinals of the church in a secret consistory called to name three papal delegates who, with the pontiff, will open the holy doors of Rome's four major churches on Christmas Evo to begin the holy year. In his speech, released for pnbll- HAL BOYLE'S COLUMN Twentieth Century Near Second Half But Holf-Way to Where, Boyle Asks R>- IU1 Boyle NEW YORK, (;!';—The 20th Ccntiiry readies the hallway mark an. Isl—but halfway to where? This Is one the oracles haven't figured out. Has It taken mankind alfvay to the ull-but-uciiect life, or halfway on the road back, to the ilence of the jungle? 4- At SO the 201 h Century ha.5 a few i ircle.s under its eyea and imdoubl- dly It Is hoping, BJS we all do, thnt he first 60 years are the hardest. They have been years of tremendous >rogre.« in many way*, and ail equal timber of years of promise lie head. No century ever dawned In brl?ht- r hope. Across the land there were Tiany "century ball*" held the last ol 1899. And when midnight truck the dancing throngs checr- d, and women wept, wondering what the next 100 years would bring o them, their children and their hlldren's children. It wa.i a great century that died hat night, for the 19th Century the spread of the scientific plrlt and popular education. It was he century that said goodbye to ihe horse and hello to the gasoline cn- ine. Vowrr Unlocked It was (lie century that struck off he fetters from the mind of man, ind ill many ways the 20th Century , only carrying on its reforms, .moiig them are equal political sta- 1U for women, shortening of the vork week and Increase of leisure, i mlssioncr ol Revenues o! the State of Arkansas Jor permit to sell and dispense beer at retail on the premises described as 2013 .W Nfain, Blytheville, MbsLwijipl County. The undersigned states that he Is a citizen of Arkansas, of good moral character, that he has never been convicted of a felony or other crime involving moral turpitude; that no license to sell beer by the undersigned has been revoked within five years last past; and that the undersigned has never been convicted of violating the lawa of thl* »tal«, or any other state, relative to the >al« of alcoholic liquors. .Application Is for permit to be Issued for-operation beginning on the 1 day of Jan. 1950. and to expire on the 30 day of June, 1950. Damon McLeod. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 12 day of Dec. 1049. Mrs. Marsnall Blackard Notary Public My Commission expires: NOTICE Notlc* Is hereby given that the undersigned has filed with the Commissioner of ncvcnne. 1 ! o! the State of Arkansas for permit to sell and dispense beer at retail on the premises described as Walnut and Division, Blytheville, Mississippi County. The unrtersiRiiefl states that he Is a citizen of Arkansas, of good moral character, that he has never been convicted of ft felony or other crime Involving moral turpitude; that no license to sell beer by the undersigned has been revoked within five years last past; and that Ihe undersigned lias never been convicted of violating the laws of this state, or any other stale, relative to the sale of alcoholic liquors. Application Is for permit to be Issued for operation beginning on the 1 day ol Jan. 1050, and to expire on the 30 day ol June, 1950. Subscribed E. B. D.ivld and sworn to before me this 12 day of Dec. 1M9. Mrs. Marshall Blackard Notary Public My Commission expires: 3,953. RENT A CAR Orlve Anywhere You Please Simpson Oil Co. Phone 937 t'o\n:ssKs SLAYING—Franklin Griffin, ! Lieut. Marvin Huff at Evansville. Ind.. af- the slaying of Mary ind a rising .standard of living. I <-O\n:sSKS SLAYING-; At the inldmark our present con- H lioinas slay cnglitl. 22. of ury U 51111 unlocking the atom's ! '»"::, .™*?, ™* ""I,?""'! ecret, a power source for good or evil more epoch-making than the gamine engine. Medic* science has ; -- »-»»^ ^ = ^»^ whipped a (It-7.cn age old climes In , a n|ap for pojicc whkh gujdc ^ lhcm he last 50 year.,, but the b ggc.st , to a (jee[) _ sinkho]Ci whpre the glrl . s problems—cancer and heart dLsea.se . body was foimf , noar Hopk j Usvl | lo —kill more than ever. | Ky (Ar \yirephoto). Man may be healthier, but he still ; hft.sn't found ease of mind. There [ aren't enough psychiatrists' conches; C/--..1,_,,.„ for the people who want to Me on [ jflUlQU/1 hem and tell their troubles. ' •* ~ '-~ At Non-Striker This is true despite the fact that noney and life seem safer than they did In ISOfl, and men and women ,vc more certainty of looking forward lo nn old age free of financial vorry. Finds Spiritual Unrest Perhaps the reason for this 1-s hat, de-spite its material pro grafts, 20th Century ha.s done so little end the spiritual unre.st that iris a-^ from man 'K 1 irn el cs.s war against- himself. It has seen the world divided In e two most disastrous conflicts in jstory, and it, sees the world still Investigated OLARKSVI1XE, Ark.. Dec. 13. fAPj — Authorities today pressed their Investigation of a shotgun blast fired at a non-striking em- ploye of Die OzHrk Hardwood Co. plant here. The shoDting was the second round of violence connected with a labor-management dispute at the lumber plant Mnce several mcm- ivtded In its second International j bers of the A PL Teamsters Union walked off their jobs Dec. 2 in protest over firing of some employes. Sheriff Lloyd Yarbrough reported yesterday through Finds Life Worth Living After He Takes Hadacol AI D. Engles, a retired construction worker of 503 Dennis St., Houston, has changed his mind and again believes that life is worth living. There was plenty i of darkness be- 1 fore light for I Mr. Engles and 1 he would riol feel like a new I man today if a 1 friend had not ! rented him a r o o m in his home and I showed him [how HADA- ^phirn'.° Uld Mr.. Engles had been in the hospital for 3a days two years ago with pneumonia and soon was a beaten, despondent man. He \vas nervous, could not sleep, his food did not agree with him, he suffered digestive disturbances, gas, bloating and pains in the stomach. He lost so much weight that friends sometimes did not even recognize him. He also suffered with rheumatic painj of neuritU. "To say life wai rot worth living was putting il rather mildly," said Mr. Engles. "1 just figured life was over and the remaining time would he a nightmare on «arth." The fact that he Is a changed man today is due to a chance meeting with an old friend. The friend had been unable to work for a year but Mr. Englei was amazed to find him feeling fine and on the job every day. When Mr. Engles expressed amazemcnl »t th« change the friend urged him to come home with him and »e« how HADACOL wai bringing him relief every day. "I was impressed bjr my fri«nd'i linearity and had taken •o many remedies that I was ' -willing to try anything." laid Mr. i Zngles. "J went home wilh my - friend and Elarted taking HADA- COL just 11 h« did. After taking iev«ral bottlet of HADACOL 1 felt better than »t any time in years." Mr. Englei Is just on« of the countless thousands who found relief through HADACOL. He •uffered from » lack of B Vita- mini and Minerals which HADA- COL contains. Many persons who •uffered nnd waited und hoped for 10 to 20 years or tven longer, «r« abl« to liv« happy, eomfort- »bl« lives ngain. Be fair to yourtsH. Rive HADACOL a trial. Get i bottle (pdsjr from your drug store.— WOODS DRUG STORE 221 West Main roping for an enduring peace. The ' Jnited Nations is still only an un- asy fulcrum on which the globe eeter-totters between old hope and ew fear, Henry Wallace gave our century t.s brightest name when he called t, 'The Century of the Common rlan." And in a big measure ii has Iready lived up to that name. In 10 previous 50 years have men help- d each other harder—or killed each ither more efficiently. But for nlm , world in which he can build a ionic for his wife and kids safe from he confused animosity of anot.her x>mmon man In another country. Personally, I feet that still may : the greatest gift of the 20th Century—and women may say (arc- well to It in 1D09 with tears of hap- ss in a secure world. Even as It is it's the best darned century I ever lived in. cation after the consistory, the Pope said: "May the Lord wish that also hose who have been comnletely separated from the Catholic Church. or who because of negligence and prejudice have withdrawn themselves, feel hi this holy year a salutary movement towards her and experience in their souls an ardent desire for that concordnri unity ami that very upright truth to which the divine redeemer not only called i]5 by his teaching, but also consecrated profoundly with his precious blood." The pontiff added thai towards this aim "all the faithful will offer their prayers, their expiation, their works of penance and charity to nttract ami lead also thn others with their good example and with divine graco." shotgun was fired window at the home of Eldon Hotahs, about eight miles west of here. Nobody WIKS injured. Sheriff Yar- broilgh said the charge narrowly rnis-scd HobUs, his wife and young child. They were watching a television show when the shooting occurred Friday night. The .sheriff .said several persons had been questioned but- so far no arrests have been made. He added that an automobile was used in the incident. Spokesmen for the company said production has not been hampered by the",walkout. Five ---union workers have been charged' with violating the controversial Arkansas anti-.strike violence law. upheld last week by the Untied States Supreme Court . A representative of the management al.so was charged with violating the act. 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