The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 20, 1949 · Page 9
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 9

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, July 20, 1949
Page 9
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WEDNESDAY, JULY 20, 194* BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE NINE Truman Faces Difficult Choice President to Moke Third Appointment To U.S. Supreme Court WASHINGTON, Jul 30. (AF) — WASHINGTON. July 30. (AP) — phy opera the way (or President Truman to name his third appointee to the U.S. Supreme Court 'tjttjt the choice may not be an e».sy one By tradition, the post would go to a Roman Catholic since Murphy was the only member of that fait! on the tribunal. However, there has been widespread speculation for months that Robert P. Patterson, New York lawyer and former secretary war, would get the nod when the next vacancy occurred on the hig! court bench The religious angle dampenei but did not still this talk. But i did bring at least one other nam into thfi speculation—that of Sen Joseph C. OMatemey (D-Wyo O'Mahoney is a Catholic and a ardent supporter of whut Mr. Tru man has labeled his "fair Deal" ad ministration. It was taken for granted tha Mr. Truman will make every ef(o to pick a successor who will carr on Muruhy'i general philosophy as a champion of the poor and (rieni less and of racial and religious m noritles. Murphy's own dencription of hm philosophy wax this: To try to make democracy work so well that it would be sale from attacks from either the extreme let', or the extreme right. Toward the end he was pisslon- ute in pronouncements on the basic 5 \an rights of little men, stern sharp-tongued in defense nf #ous minorities under attack ior the practice of their r*U»fs. .ions Clubs Plan nte motional 3ity Near Chicago NEW YORK, July 20. (AP) — tails for the construction of "Lion.s international Cily" on land on the jtncoln li"igli<A'ay, .south of Chicago, 'ere outlined to the 32nd annual convention of Lions international estet'day. Eugene S. Briggx .of Enid. OiOa,, iiternatfonal president, announced IIP international board has ;ui- horized the purchase of land on he -south .side of ChicnRO, abutting he Illinois Central and Michigan Central hallways, on the Lincoln ted to ihe convention include: To provide a permanent home Lions Intel-national, buildlnf. Circuit Judge Admits Former Klan Membership BIRMINGHAM, Ala., July 20. (A*j —A circuit judge who instructed a rund jury to delve into floggings masked mobs in Alabama v.'ns nee a Ku KIux Klansninn himself, Judge Georpr l^evi'is Baites told ?\vsmpn he WHS a Klan member in 92-i and 1025 for "ramimlBii I-CH- ons. rr However, he added, "I have not jeon a member of ihe organization hire Ifl'Jii.' Judge Bailee said he uide the public announcement heft use of Infamies about whether IP had been a Ktan member. A week n«d. Judge Balles charged he Brand jury to look Into "this Business of itiglit riders Inking peo- »ie out.. .and whipping tliejn." The jury iiust fueled by Judge Bniles rece.ssed last week. It returned no add.Ucmnl iiuJk-tinent.s In the n vest iKHt ion of flogyiiiRs. cross- mrning.s nnd threats in this area, A lu'evimis jury Ind.cled. 17 persons July 9. SUB'S UP IN THE AIR OVER HOUSING—Mrs. Arthur Ellis, 21- year-old wife of a steeplejack, waves from a platform "home* atop a, 50-foot pole, in Revere. Mass.. where she says she plans to live to draw attention to her need for an apartment—on the ground. Mrs. Ellis says she has searched in vain for an apartment for herself, husband and four-year-old daughter. Ellis and the daughter are in temporary quarters on ground-level awaiting results. (AP Wirphoto) Helena Auto Equipment Company to Incorporate LITTLE ROCK. July 20. <,Ti Farmer Auto and Equipment Con pany ot Helena yesterday filed ar tides of incorporation at the Secretary of State's office. Authorized capilal Is 500 shares at $100 each. Incorporators are: R. E. Karris, U S. White. E. B. Strickland and Sadie W. Harris, al) of Helena. Pup'i Love of Sofia* Food Brings on an Operation LOS ANGELES, July 20. ffl't- Huddles Hrown. a slx-ninnths-old Dachshund* puppy, likes solid food. Veterinarians had to evacuate his stomach to remove 498 pieces of rofk, weighing a total of two pounds. The dog hart -swallowed the stone nt a new house his master is building. He will recover. The Chinese used natural as fuel to evaporate brine for salt more than ",000 years ago. N'OTICK Ill the (initiate court of Clilclu- uwba IIKIrlel of Mississippi i.'iilm- ty, Arkansas. Iri the matter of the e.stale of No. 1928 Lein Smith, deceased I,ast known address of decedent Blyilieville, Arkansas. Dale of death: June 3, 1949 'Hie imdciKlKiiod wai appointee Illinois, Indiana, Ohio, New York, Pennsylvania and Maryland manufacture SO per cent of all the steel in this country. dminlstrator of the estate of the )ove-nnmed decedent, on the llth ay of July, 1849. All persons having claim.; te estate must exhibit them, duly ^rified, to the undersigned within X months from Die date of thn rst publication of'tills nollce. or icy shall be foie-vcr baneU and precluded from any benefit In th« estate. This notice first published llth day of July, 1949. W. C. Hitgliuon,;' Administrator Blyttievllle, Ark. Marctis JCvrard. atty. for admr 7.13-M KKXTIJCKY'S KKY TO IHH*PtTALiT\ Jl U worlli noting ONK grnuiiie smir ni.ish lionrlion, naturally distilli!il anil aged on tlio same eirlusivo family recipe sinrc 1870, is I''irst Clioioe among Kcnlnckiuns who know lionrljon best, OLD FASHIONED...A, OLD FITZOERALD «u«n/m«rf«. KourLon Counl/ Kanhck* -—> nistrlbntrrt by Mimn DistrHnillnn Co. l.iltlr Hod; Arkansas KiNIUCIH SIBAtGHl BOURBON WHISKEY . 100 MOOF~ •ONOfO RECTAL DISEASES A SPECIALTY DRS. NIES & NIES >(-*;pi Uancer Clinic 514 Main mvlnnllte Ark Tfa Ground Broken for Hew Research Program on Irrigation by U. of A. TAVPlTEVTLLg. Ark., July 38— (tfl —Ground has been broken in the Arkansas Agricultural Experiment Station'! new research pro- fram on irrigation. Dr. Upper! 8. Mill, dean of the University of Arkansas Conege of Agriculture and itatlon director, announced yesterday that irrigation wells are being dug at the cotton branch experiment station near Mariana and at Delta substation near clarksdal*. A well already li In use at thi Arkansas Valley vegetable jubsU- tion at Van Buren, wher* Irrigation research 1 n »trawberrie», bramblM tnd truck eropa It b*in( •: eonduetad. Th* Irult and truck atatton at Hop* !• deepening Ita pond for ua* next year as a lourcc of irrigation water In similar atud- len. i Future plan! call for dig[!ni a well at ths strawberry substation '• aV Bald Knob. Evtntually. jurfact V|fc\t«r aupplles at the peach substa- tlona at Clarksville and Naahville ' will b« made available for irrigating peaches, Ellis said. POLIO INSURANCE lM 1 Other nruitot Dinuw) r»AY$ UP TO $5,000.00 tor Treatment of Each Person Policy Include*: • Hospital • Medical Serricec • Nursing Services • Ambulance • Iron Lung • Blood Transfusion* • Drugs and Medicines • Transportation • Braces and Crutches -COSTS ONLY- 55.00 a Year — One Person $10 a Year — Whole Famil} RAVMOXH ZACHRV .VW Snath Lake St. t Rl>UieMlle, Arkan»As- Tetephone KS« I am inlcresttd in Folio Insurance. Tltase call on me on I Date) 1 understand I am not ohlixatei kn any w»7. K«r eiclmed rnnittanre •!%... l*-»*n«il;»lely lss»f ln!>»rantr Fn, icy 4«scri)i«l alnre. Attach Itsl ot name* of persons U be e«v- The SECRET of Rothrock's EXPERT I'rescrinlion Service ROTHROCKDRUGCO. RENT A CAR l>rl*e Anywher* Ynu Fleas* Simpson Oil Co. Phone 937 PHONE |.|. p >l It will pay you to check Ford before you buy any truck! We're making (tie biggest trade-in allowances in Ford Truck Wifory! Cash in on your old truck at me high-dollar. 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