The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 11, 1947 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, June 11, 1947
Page 2
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PAGE TWO HLYTHEVTXLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS WEDNESDAY, JUNU 11, 10-17 Schism in High [Tribunal Widens Majority Ruling Called 'R«volMrioft*fy' by Opinion of Minority ' By RUTH GMEINER (United prtts Staff Cwmpwdeui) WASHINGTON, June 11. (UP) — 'New evidence of'; the deep ideological split pn'.Uie Supreme Court was seen yesterday. in a !• minority opinion accusing the majority « a "rvi; volimtary" Jjnt'crpfelalUm .of .la»V The charge came' from ., Justice Hugo L; Black,' shaking for himself and Justices' Willtim O. Poug: las. Frank Murphy and Wiley V. Rutkdge— a foursome that has voted together more consistently than any other group of justices In recent years. No personal invective tinged Black's sharp dissent. But II illus- tiated the basic legal differences which in th,e past have l«d;to the much-publicized "feuds" on the court. The case concerned an attempt by an Ohio beneficiary lo collect, on an insurance pollcy^ of a South Da- Vola citizen who died 16 years • ago. The court majority said he could not collect, under rules of the firm's constitution. The majority said South Dakota must give "full faltn and credil" to the firm's ruics, \vV\icli were valid In Ohio but void in South Dakota. Black said the majority rulins v,as "not only novel; U 'is revo'.u- tlonaiy." He said it would make states unaule to protect their clti zens from "unconscionable contracts" and reduce .South Dakota to a "stale of vassalage." The case recalled Justice RObeit 11 Jackson's long-standing disagreement with Black which cameiinto the open last summer when J.iclc- *on excoriated his colleagu*. in a statement issued from Neurenbere. Gemiany. Dunns Jackson's absence iiom the court for a lull term last >ear, while he prosecuted at thg war ciimes trials, the court orderri ' reargument in some 20 cases pe ' cause of 4 to 4 splits. Forestry Unit ToOperotelOO Tennessee Bonds Sell At Low Interest Rate .-OT~U T »~U~, Tonn.. June 11. (UP)—A syndicate headed by the Cbue National Bank. New York, was successful bidder by one thousand^ of a'per cent in the sale,of »10,8C6OOO worth of Tennessee state bonds yesterday. The Chase syndicate's net bid was-1.333 per cent interest comrjn;-- *d to a 'net bid of 1.334 offered by the National City Bank, New York. I Loan to Greeks To Help Bring Stable Regime LAKE SUCCESS. N. Y., June 11. (UP)—Murk Ethriiiee, U. S. representative on the United Nations Baikan Investijjnlion Commission predicted today that Cireccc would be able to form a stable government but not belore further bloodshed among the Greeks themselves. He told a press conference that Greece, with the aid of [he U. S. loan, had '"every prospect" for a stoble government. Ethrldge attributed most of Greece's internal troubles lo extremely hleh unemployment, poverty, and lack of trade brought on [by poor transportation. lie said (he $360030(100 U. 3. lid to Greece would bring just hat much stability to the govern- nent. Ethrtdsc, publisher of the Louisville Courier-Journal, said the li'il- <an Commission on InvestlRation would recommend "sealing" Greece's northern hord'jrs in the effort to et her ftehl her own way back to fieace and Irancmility, but that the nation would have lo carrv on some trade with her northern. neighbors. Albania, Bulgaria and Yugoslavia, Greek charges that those three nations violated Greece's northern borders brought on the investigation. Hermits' Goods Bring Curious Jo Auction Sale NEW YORK, Juno 11- 'UP) — The earthly possessions of Lami- ley and Homer collyor, the hermit* of Manhattan wlio died recently in llielr Junk-fillLXl Fifth Avenue liomu were soki at public niictlon yesliT- dny and the curious wlw cnme to buy ware disappointed. The first Item soUl---». ti.^'"" iB—-UrouBhl unly it>. < During' the flgl 30 minute '*! lukewarm IjkKlitn;, Itt'o loy trains. <<nted around IflOO. trou^nl l.'ie :"l< in-lccs. One soUl If>r *''•• -l>s 'i ( !icr (or $36. A b-i'lei<v. inaiilie clcf.k Urr-.-'-h 1 $25. "Il'.s Junk, that's n'.l can £«v for It." snid Charles Hbomfielil, u Monhaltim nnlimie rtenlffr. "I don't ililnk tliu whole aucllo'.i will lirliiK In more than $1,0(10. Ami if you wnnt lo know the truth, It shoin<| not go pnul $300. "Curoslty .seekers may mnkq I' go higher. Those trains for Instance ari> really worth nroniid $2." The Collyer brothers—eccentric sons of n wealthy doctor— lived ns recluses for more than 29 years They muclc national headlines a few months a«o when both were found dead In their hoarded up brownstone house. - ' Sinner 1 , Scientist Cited By Church Conference CHICAGO, June. II. lUPl-Kiullo Singer Kale Smith »nd Dr. Florence Rena Sibln, Denver medical scientist, received the 1817 American Brotherhood Arts, and Sciences cituljons yesterday from U>« National 'Conference of Christians ant: Jews. The awards -were made at n luncheon .sponsored by the women's Division or the American HroUier- lieod. ' * : Vf! Mobile "ROCK, Ark.,- June 11. (UP)~-13ios on equipment, for 1201 radio stations, including."® mob lej ' imit-i have been accepted by the Forestry Division. of - the ?**•?»« •, Resources and Development, ; Com-1 •*' mission. • . . , • ;£.:' -..;,State Forester Fred Lane said today th<st the low bid ot *53$CO ,^as submitted by i Link 'ty^Hr-JKyPt ment Co.V'of • New, York an* in at delivery has been .promised by AU- gU The eqxiicment 'will be jisecl lo assist in ftslHihS forest fires in ., Southern Arkansas. ' I_,o ng also announced that the division ha s been given a 10-year lease on property-; near Camden owned by the 'Soil' Conservation Service. "The 12-acre plot and i-uiWinRS will be-used as regional headquarters by the state deparl- ment. Lions See Army film At Weekly Luncheon nroii at the'-Hotel Noble. The film'wa s shown by Dr. J. E Eeasiey. Guest at the mee.Une * ?as W. F.'>Moore;Of Hayti, Mo. 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