The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 29, 1949 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, July 29, 1949
Page 2
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BLYTHEVTI.LE (ARK.) COURIER KBWB FKIDAY, JULY 29, 1949 THl NATION TODAY— Tom Clark, Texan and Personal Friend of President Truman, Joins Exclusive U.S. Tribunal Rental Controls Will Continue Pending Appeal Br Jamen Marlow WASHINGTON, July 2«—MTV- Tom Cl»rk'.« been doing all right, nil his lire. No rags-to-riches story, hit. Father was a lawyer. He's > lawyer. Finished college, finished law school, practiced In Texas. I Worked lor the Bnverampnt rtj Hou ., in(f Expediter Tight E year... Been U. S. attorney general | Wo|)ds sajd t0( ,' a} , th j t , d m|, llsll f; since 1945. I ljol , alui enforcement of federal Big smile, quick handshake. Pic- rent control will continue without lure in papers often. Wavy hair. change, and that the decision in Wears Texan hats, bow-ties. Has i Chicago by US. District Judge !50 of them. The tics, that is. ! Elwyn R. Shaw holding the Housing Rainbow color. jam! Rent Act nf 1P<9 iniconslitu- Alw.ys tells visitors: "Come bar* ti°>>a.l. because of the -local option" provision will be appealed. "Rights o( tenants against the overcharge, and richls of landlords and see me any time. The door is always open," Oreat Joiner, great fraUrnlzrr. • great parlv-goer. member of all i u " de1 ' lhf> adjustment provisions of kinds of clubs and outfits: thc ac ' »'"' '•onlinue as heretofore." Mr. Woods said. "In other words, the Housing and Rent Act or 1919 Is still the law of the land and will continue to be imlrss It is set aside by the appellate courts. "In the meantime stuttis fl.uo will be mMlllaSrvi-rt in all areas and parts Mason; shriner of the Scottish Hite; Delta 1>u Delta; Phi Alpha Delta; National press Club; University Club; Chevy Chase Country Club; the American, Texas and Federal bar associations: American Lesion; Veterans of Foreign Wars; Eaele.s; Exchange Club; anti Rotary International. I Now he'* Roinp to Join the sup- j renie court, than uhich nothing's I more exclusive. Only nine mem-' bers. Bie. fat boost In pay, too. Getting S15.000 »s attorney general now. Will set $25.000 on supreme court. Lifetime job. Been nice eoing. smooth, steady climb, and clarks only 49. His best friend, president Truman, who made him attorney general four years ago, said yesterday he'll nominate him for the sunreme court to succeed the late Justice Frank Murphy. Clark can't make Jt, though, unless Senate members approve. This seems K lead-pipe cinch. Senators sMd at once the nomination seemed all right to them, some said very goori. excellent. President'* loyal to his loyal friends, Clark's been loyal. .Stuck with the president when fair-weather friends ducked out last fall, thinking- political campaign u* a s lost »nd Mr. Truman's eggs u'ere cooked. Court Ha* It» Squabbles Going to be interesting. seeSiiR what happens next fall when court Justices, come tuck, sit down, start business, and Clark alts down as one of them. Everything not always hunky- dory on the court. Been, plenty of squabbles, there. That's why Mr. Truman several yearn ago appointed another great friend, Fred Vinson, famous as pourer-of-oH-on-trotibled-waters, to be th# court's chief justice. Bib, solemn Vinson—looking, «s Time Magazine one* said, like * sleepy sheep—poured Ms aoothhip oils on the troubled court, did what he could to c«lm down the battle*. Clark and Vinson w>w sWe Mr. Truman two great and warm friends among th* nine justices of the court. How will Clark rio among the high-domes of the court? Probably •11 right. What line will his thinking 1 follow: conservative, progressive, what? He follow* pretty much the line of Mr. Truman's thinkinf- of areas control.' still under federal rent Chancery Court Reporter Tells of European Tour Mrs. Eva Kay Scott, court, reporter for the Twelfth Chancery District, spoke to members of the Biytheville Rotary Club yesterday on the four years she spent in Europe. Mrs. Scotl. commenting briefly on her stays in Carious European countries, said that, the economic HOLLYWOOD, HERE'S A CRITIC-Melvin Edwards, 6, wenl to r.n ait -comLiliorictJ Uic;der oyily one afternoon in Nameoki, 111., to see a double feature and efcape the heal. The movies bored him. The con] air soolhed him. So he (ell asleep in the lisle and was still sleeping when searchers found him the next morning. Melvin yawned, "The show wasn't so hot, but that was the best ileep I'v« had in a long time." situation In Prance wsa definitely HAYTI NEWS improved- with food becoming more available and living costs generally low. She said that the British were feeling the rilnch, of tixe dollar story and that "I nearly starved while there." Guests at the meeting Included J. B. Trotter. Little Rock; Claud Bush and Shirley Simons. Tyler, Tex.; R. K. Johnston, Oklahoma City. Okla.; Von SUrnea. Paragould; Red Taylor, Durant. Miss • and Curtis Stout. Man Awakent ROCK FALLS. III., July 20. OJ>j_ Douglas linger woke up |o fine his bed rocking to-and-from and the bedroom doing an Imitation Mexican hat dance. He thought he was experiencing his first earthquake. Unger quickly propped himself up on the pillows and peered out lue window. Workmen were busily moving the house down the street, "I forgot all about ordering the house moved." linger satd wistfully. -It was my day off and 1 was so sleepy. It was the oddest sensation." Mrs, Johnnie w. Smoat entertained last Saturday with a watermelon party on the lawn >t her By Nan Sullon Jzj-enx PUn Fund | close of the meeting. The Junior Chamber of Commerce j Personal* met Wednesday night at the Snack ; Miss M J(m( shl ,, ton returned Shop Herschc! Klcser, president. ||. ome Tllesri , Amari| , Tex . called meeting to order after the as w ,, erc slle has vW d her t dinner was served and outlined a program to raise money for cluu. The beginning of these programs will be a Party on Court Square Mlgust 10. and will be followed with series ot similar weekly entertainments open to the public, La.S[ \vcok the Jaycee.s entertHin- . their families wiln a picnic at N'orthside Park. There was 15 members present. Snriiritr Meets Mrs. E. F. Verdel was hostess to Beta Sigma Phi Sorority at her home located al 211 East Jefferson, Wednesday evening, July 27. Slimmer meetings are being held for the purpose of pledge training preparatory to taking the Ritual of Jewels decree in August, therefore, no cultural program was given Miss Lydia sientz was in charge of pledge training. Refreshments were served-at the Sawyer Sees Little Cause For Alarm WASHINGTON, July W—OFi— Secretary o f Commerce S«»yer, assigned to name spots where the federal government should concentrate spending to overcome unemployment, thinks thing*, will be setting better soon—11 nobody gets "scared." He s«id so after reporting orally to President Truman on his person»! survey Mond»y and Tuesday ol the .situation In New England. He said he noted some "serious spot*" here—but nothing that alarmed iin) is much as It did some jov-' ernors In the area. Sawyer, talking to reporters as he emerged from the White House, wasn't llmltlnp himself to the question of where to direct federal spending. He said he got many suggestions that taxes on business or sales or jtoods be eased or dropped. Other Commerce department officials are holding meeting* with business and civil leaders in various cities over the country. Quarry tiles, widely used for heavy-duty floors, are made from natural clays or shales mined Ai or near the factory site. home. Fourteen guests attended. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Clark are being visited this week at their home located at 107 West Main by their daughter. Mrs. John Berry Dickey and grandson. Robert Clark Dickey, of Paragould. Ark. Bennie Jack Hall. J. C. Dye and Gene Dickey motored to St. Louis Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. John Mitchell Train nr are spending two weeks vacationing in Florida. IT'S THE NEW LAW! In Arkansas, and in every State now—that in case of an automobile or truck accident today, you must show proof of financial responsibility or lose your driver's license. Owning a United Automobile Liability policy is the simplest way to comply with the law. And as a result of the law there are NEW LOW RATES and lower rates for drivers over 25 4 -OPEN NIGHTS- For len Hays — '(ill S p.m. as a special service for those oi you who can not call during regular hours, that you might he able to comply. UNITED INSURANCE AGENCY * A. F. "Dee" Dietrich, Mgr. Fastest Growing Agency in Arkansas— 1st & Main—Rear City Drug—Ingram Bldg. All Types LOANS — All Forms Insurance Blyiheville, Ark. Before you go ANYWHERE— Buy Travelers Accident Insurance — Only 25c per day Pickard's Gro and Market 1044 Chickosowbo SWKTS PREMIUM £ BRANDED BEEF W» Specialize in Fancy Meats and Groceries We Deliver Phone 2043 Plenty of Parking Space Marnagr Licenses The following couples obtained marriage licenses at the office of Miss Kitabeth Blythe, county clerk, yesterday: Mildred George Bunch and Miss Kalherine Eulopla Whitworth. both of Biytheville. Nolan W. Wagner. Jr.. and Mrs. Evelyn Wagner, both of Manila. Singapore Population Up SINGAPORE. 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