The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 22, 1950 · Page 8
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 8

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, September 22, 1950
Page 8
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•ACT EIGHT .(ARK.) COURIER NEWS FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 23; 1959 Arkansas Democratic Party Hears End of Tor White Only' urn* ROCK, sept. a. <AP> -< Th« "(or whll« only" rule of the Artr-hf*f Democratic Party, prob- iMf datlDf buck to reconstruction 4a|>, apparently wu on 1U way out today.' •• • •' Actually the restriction tlready ha4 beta at least partly cancelled by changing times and court rul- Inf, but last night the resolutions committee ot the Democratic State Convention roted to make the «h*n«* official, And. today the full convention wu expected to follow suit, The committee recommended that the convention adopt a resolution to delete the word "white" from a section of party rules which restricts membership to "legally qualified white electors." Th« modification mean.*: that Kegroea .would be formally recog- ' nlaed u eligible for party member - ahip. The extent of their Influence In party affairs, of' course,' would be another matter. l Negro** Vote In Primaries Actually, many Negroes have voted in Democratic primaries In recent years without "Incidents," and there's an Arkansas Negro Democratic organization. And a federal Judge here recently ruled that Negroes are eligible to become candidates for Democratic nominations to office. The resolution recognized this factor, noting that the change would conform to "rulings of the federal district court ancl to recent decisions of the United States Supreme Court." Phraainf Bring Objection The resolution was offered by J. Fred Panish of Newport. And the only opposition to It before the committee was based on Its phrasing. R. 8. Rainwater Sr., a dele- tate from Lawrence County, satd h« approved the resolution, but didn't think it necessary to include the reference to the court decisions. The committee, rejected a proposed resolution from the Sebastian County delegation which would ha?e called for resignations of Arkansas' ' N at I o n a 1 Democratic Committee members,:-Dr. R. B. Robini and Mrs. Jack Carries, both of Oamden, ax "leaders of a Dlxie- mrt asaault on the Democratic Party.", A resolution'to tighten the party toymltf. rule was approved.' Under tt. no. one could vote at a Democratic Party who'd supported a oon-Democrat at trie preceding feneral election or wouldn't prom- lae to support all Democratic .can- dldatea to ah approaching general deeticm. PAPAL POSTAGE-This 35- lire Valican postage stamp commemorates the first centenary o( the Papal Palatine I lonor Guards, The work of Italian pointer Corrado Mezzana, the design shows a stfindard-bcaVer and a comma cider leading a group of the guards under the statue of St. Peter, with St. Peter's Basilica in the background. Stamp also comes in 25- and 55-lira denominations. With the Courts Clisnccry: Andrew Panos vs. Vevtrice Panos snit for [Jivorcc. Robert Raymond vs. Augustine Raymond, suit for divorce. The I). S. Biirenu ot Mines ha.s been promoting mine safety and health since 1910. a little Marriage Licenses TW following 'couple obtained » mirrikge license«rday at the office of Mls» Kliabeth Blythe, eounty clerk: C; U Luc»j *Jid 'Mus Gladyi Mc- Orr, both cf St. Louis, Mo. Th« tT. 8. Bureau of Mines sayfe 102 mining operations out of 64« entered In 1949 competition tchleved ftrttei i&fety records. TUCKY WMISKE' -A BLEND S6 proof, 70^o srain n*utr*l tpintt. Copr. 1»49, Sch«il«y Dnt. Inc., N.Y.C. Hollywood (Continued from page 4) 'ram trie Ufe Ern>4 J.ublUch, ha* he story anil producer all Uried up. Greater love hath no woman than to spend her birthday «lone while her husband saik-lh th« ocean blue. Lauren Bacall .will blow out icr birthday candles alone while H Bogarl blows Into the sails of his 51-foot yawl, the SanUna. In the final yacht race o! the season to Santa Barbara Island. . . . Mac- Kinlay Kantor has been assigned to the Far East. Air Force as a vrar corresjiondent. Klp-Ko»rln' Reverend* Preachers are coming into their own as screen heroes. Joe McCrea plays a two-fisted pulpit man In "Stars In My Crown" and Dennis O'Krefe Is a scrappitig reverend in "P.wssee West." Maybe Pox should change the title of "Call Me Mister' to "Call Me Minister." . . . Richard Mataiitey who wrote George Raft's •I'll Get You !or This," is about to be sued by his almost ex-wife foi marrying a New York glamor careerist before his final divorce decree. - * * * Gertrude Lawrence's dramatic role In the film version of "The Glass MenaB'rle" reminds nte of her first transition from musical comedy to straight comedy. Among the telegrams of congratulations was one from Nt-el Coward which read: 100 PRIZES LIGHT CRUST FLOU $15,000CONTEST Pick Up Your Entry Blanks Today! at your Leadway Stores FREEMAN-HENLEY Grocery & Mkt. NABERS GROCERY . & Mkt. »4 last. Won't moth- , Paramount Is looking frantically or vehicles for TV comic Alan fount. 'And MCA Is looking fran- Irally for saddle and song picture lots for Dick Haymes, who Is 1 inx- oiis to turn cowboy. . . . Met opera tar Blanch Thebom will take a traighb dramatic test at MOM for two-pleture-a-year deal. . . . Kirk Douglas says his newspaperman's role in ."Ace In Ihe Hole" Is ev«n more difficult than his prlw- Ighter In "Champion." . . . The ilrcus cycle has arrived. DeMllle's 'The Greatest Show on Earth" will mve competition from "The Circus lown' (MOM) 'and "Pink Lemon- nde" '.Columbia). • * * Lois Andrews, back In Hollywood after a fling »t summer stock, denies the rumors (hat she's about to ved John Fontaine, Barbara Lawrence's ex. "He a nice person," Lois '.old me, "but marriage Is out." Ge/9«r Counters Sell NEW YORK —f/P>— Across the counter Geiser Counter sales are on the Increase, says The Radiac :o. of New York: Al' types of people from all walks ot IIf« tn r«tpoiuU>W fcr:'< Interest. This »!U»Uo« pusllels the <jct*nilv« eovm«» ft*. eri by (he press and radio ta UM Atomic Energy Comml*»lpp' g book "Th< effects of Atomic WM(KUM." But when questioned, only • <BM)| number o( th« purch»s«-i -1mlt<«d fear ot «n »tomlc «tt«ck u th«4r mollvalin? CHUM. Most it«Ud only « desire to do i bit of ur>ntun prospecting on their va»tloa, Ancient EfeypUani and kept'dogs of recognlaabl* bn«4t, | n . eluding greyhounds and mastiff*. FLAVOR-BALANCED /i^-^V <2^/i3L.3UfUA!> * rw "* '' '* BECAUSE BEAUTIFUL BONDEX KESPS ^ ALLS ORy •' SEE/ (MADE OUR. WHIT6 BRICK . OREAM HOUSE REALLY WHITE/ you JUST BRUSH IT ON' eoNoex SEALS THE SURFACE... KEEPS WALLS OR* / MORE PEOPLE USE 60NOEX THAM ALL OTHER CEMENT PAIAfTS COMBINED / for ittKco, >ton«, ooncr«t«, block, ond aibathH tJdlng, tool BOND6X >«oU motitur* owf of bat*. m*nH, com*i In whit* and , mlx*« »awly with wot«r. Try H local RONDtX C.mwit ?a«rl* S5-lb Northeast Arkansas District Fair BONDEX Iron rour IOCAI DEALER PHONE ANY WESTERN UNION OFFICE (by number) ANYWHERE in tht U. S. A. ASK FOR "OPERATOR 25" FRIDAY IS KIDS DAY All School Children Admitted Free Friday & Saturday Night: STAGE SHOW An Exciting, Entertaining Show Featuring Acrobats, Xylophonisfs, Comics, Balancing Artists far Ecomomf mml Lomg Lit* A Truly Wonderfui Car! Dollar/or Dollar you can't beat a wtr ' ( " Jum U P. In ""« word, the complete storyof the new Pontiac, no would fit so precisely as "wonderful." „'''' '^' "o" namral thing in the world to describe Pontiac's rate beauty « wonderful.. No other word seems to o,uiw do, cither, for the Luxurioni •omfort and appommicnt, in Pontiac'. big new Bodies by Fisher. And on the ro«d, Pomiac just naturally accepts juperlatives-because ii ^!" '^ gif C * fl !Uch * reUxeJ - "systridine performer-for i«ch a i long ttm^, . vtrw.nVn'hT' "*: ond , erful " lhi "g nf «" is Pontiac's price-so low V senous! >' 'hallenges the idea that Mbtjor dollar w * NOBLE GILL PONTIAC, Inc 126 Sourh Lilly Blytheyille, AUTO RAC Saturday & Sunday Afternoons Thrills! Spills! Excitement! DON'T MISS IT! Come One r Come AII-There r s Lots of Fun! Walker Park BLYTHEVILLE A

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