The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 18, 1950 · Page 9
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 9

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, April 18, 1950
Page 9
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TUESDAY, APRIL 18, 1950 Young Lawyers Take Bar Oath Missouri Youngsters Plus ThrM Woman Swarm Around Court JEFFERSON CITY, April 18. (*) —There WM the usual sprinkling or lawyers around the Missouri Supreme Court at 11 o'clock yesterday But, boy— 30 minutes later the place was swarming with 'em. It was the first mass "swearing In" of a new class of members of the Missouri bar. Seventy-two fresh new lawyers passed the examination held last February. Only seventy wert on hand today. The other two couldn't get there. It was strictly a best bib and tucker affair. COff-hund note about young attorneys — they tend to double brested suits.) Wives, parents, husbands, sweethearts and a few kids were on hand for the occasion. Chief Justice Laurance M. Hyde of the supreme court gave the oath to the new lawyers. Then he reminded them what a serious thing It Is. But It didn't bother one towheaded youngster sitting In the window. He gnzert around the room and yawned. .Then on Impulse he kissed his mother on the cheek. She was sort of flustered. Two other boys who showed lot more interest were Robert and Richard copaken of Kansas City. They followed their mother, Sylvia Copaken, to see with their own eyes that her certificate was signed properly. They even leaned over the shoulder of the supreme court clerk as he signed his name to mama's certificate. , Her husband, Albert, watched the fjbning, . too. He has his own law *6nice In Kansas city where his wife will got to work with him. Most of 'the new lawyers plan to work in an established law office for a few years. Generally, they've already got their jo'.ie. That helps, In these times. Edward Francis Ayiwarrt of Kansas city laughed and allowed he would go to work in his father's office and "probably give him fits. His father is George Alyward. There were two other women in the group besides Mrs. Copaken One, Grace Steinberg Daynovsky of St. Joseph, has a job in a law firm there. The other new woman lawyer was D. Odie Frame of St Louis. After being swam in, the whole crowd went to lunch with the supreme court and officials of the Missouri bar. London Fishmongers Stage Buyers' Strike April is. (av- London 'fishmongers staged a buyer's strik against sky high prices yesterda> BLYTHEVILT,E (ARK.) COURIER NEWS FIGHT FOR SURVIVAL AT SEA—Man's battle »*airirt th* fury of ocean storm is dramatically .illustrated by this photo made by a chief engineer aboard the United Fruit ship "Mabay" on a regent Atlantic Ocean run between Cuba and Boston, Mass. . Shortly after Ihe picture was taken, mountainous waves dashed the two men working on the winch at left against the rail. Two men are seen clutching Ihe rail to keep from being washed into the sea. 'General 1 Coxey Reaches 96 MASSHiON. O.. April 18. (AP) —Back in 1E94 a man with a plan for non-interest bonds led an army of unemployed marchers to Washington. That was a long time ago, but the leader of the group Is still living. He Is "General" Jacob S. Coxey, who became Wj years old Sunday. Dignified in his characteristic stiff collar, he mnkcs daily trips downtown when the weather is good. He discusses current events with a keen mind. He told reporters yesterday that as seafood went on free sale for the first time in nine years. Prices immediately fell to the old controlled rates in many fish- markets. One wholesaler told newsmen: "Thousands of pounds have been lost. Even greater losses will be suffered .tomorrow, when fish left on our hands will have to be sold at drastically reduced prices." he approved of President Truman, particularly his policies that have put more money in circulation. Coxey said he felt the President has kept the country out of a depression. Coxey had hoped his group of ragged and hungry men would total 150,000 by the lime he reached Washington. Instead, the force dwindled to a mere 339. He also was unsuccessful in his efforts to appear before Congress and campaign for non-interest bonds for financing road building. Washington police arrested him when he tried to speak from the Capitol steps and he was fined *5. eastowskl, said yesterday he fled with his family to Stockholm Sweden,.last Friday. The friends quoted him as saying he had decided to become a politics refugee "because of the terror reign- ng at Polish legations." They said le hoped to go either to Argentina ir Canada. Polish Official Flees Country HELSINKI, Finland, April 18. ffi — Friends of the Polish legation's charge d'affaires, Wlodzimierz Um- -.1 - \ s - - WATER is your Cheapest Commodity • - - Use il FREELY! Blytheville Water Co Blytheville, Ark. Donald Duck Proves Name To Irate Cop \ ROIZJL, Mo., April 1*. (AP)— | A busy highway patrol sergeant was on his way to the city Jail ere Saturday night with * carload of "customer*" from a drunken brawl at a tavern near here. He received another call to check on the theft of some money at a highway business place. While he was there, orfe" of the tipsy passengers crawled under the patrol car and stubbornly re-, sisted efforts to pull him out. Just as he wajs finally extricated, the sergeant spotted a passing car with a New York license which he thought should be checked. He stopped the New York car. "What's your name?" he asked the driver. "Donald Duck," the motorist replied calmly. The patrolman bit his lip to hold his temper. "Listen, fellow." he said quietly, "I'm In no mood (or kidding. Now for the last time, what's your name?" "My name Is Donald W. Duck," the driver replied. And he produced * driver's license to prove It. Heavy furniture may be moved without marring the floor by'placlng a piece of waxed paper under the legs. FEMALE GOMPUUNR Are you troubled by dl*trees of female functional p«rtodlc disturbances? Doe* this make you Buffer from |>aln, reel BO nervtnu, tlrrd — at such times? Th«n BO try Lydl* E. Plnfcliam'* V«g«UbIe Compound to relieve such lymptoms. PJnfcham'* has & grand soothing; effect on one of icoman.'* most important orgunst Black Magic Session Stops 'Island Joe' RIO DE JANEIRO, April 18. Wl— Island Joe was a very cough guy. He'd been indicted for murder 19 limes and beat the rap every time. Once he ran away from hundreds of cops pursuing him through the Rio hills. During carnival In 1942 he stuck out his open knife at a passing streetcar and cut the legs of 20 passengers. Last Friday, Island Jot (real name Joe Sllvn) and a pal seized a man in his San Jimn Hill shack and held him at bay with a knife while they raped his wife. Last night Joe went to Macumba for a black magic session. During the ceremony three San Juan Hill dwellers mnrte for Joe with clubs, guns and knifes. After It was over they found Joe at the bottom of a hill—dead. —and American grass—yesterday. Their enthusiasm for the Utter was marked. '"if four-foot-hlgh animals, bells a-tlnklmg around their necks, were formally presented by Mme vilay- Blkshml Pandit, Indian ambassador nil 0 ™ R . CrOW " """"w'ne several thousand. Assistant Secretary of Indian Elephants Dote on U.S. Grass WASHINGTON, April 18. (a'>— A pair of baby elephants presented to the National Zoological Park by the government of India got their first good took at Americans Concrete Culvert Tile S!M» >p to M In. Corrugated Metal Culvert* Slie* tp to M In Aitomatir Flood UalM Concrete Septic Tanks Metal Septic Tank* Sewer Tile B«: Price. w« Itettrw A.H.WEBB Hlfhw»T (I at Phon. Tl« PRESCRIPTIONS Fresh Stock Guaranteed Best Price* Kirby Drug Stores feature for feature! dollar for dollar! your best buy is ENTERTAINMENT Extra Llghtl Extr* Strong! 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TRADE TIRES TODAY AND SAVE! B.F.Goodrlek SllvertewiM LIBERAL TRADE-IN ALLOWANCE 1.50 Down S 6 MONTHS ,7 T •n •it LOANS ON CARS, TRUCKS AND TRACTORS United Insurance Agency l«i * Main Rear City Dm Blytheville, Ark. PAGE KINB ——————__ SMt George c. McGhe* icccoUd them for the United Stat*«. It took a whole crew of handler* -plus the Indian elephant boy wha acted as nursemaid on their oceaa voyage from Asia—to pull the two elephant's away from the grass of weir pen long enough for photographs of their zoo debut. , Mme. Pandit Introduced them ai Ashok, after an Indian emperor who renounced »• a r, and Santl meaning pence. Bees sometimes carry iraeotl- cities Into their hives, killing the entire brood. Our Telephone Number 4438 She I ton Motor Co. TIRE HEADQUARTERS 417 W. Main Phone 6331 Blytheville, Ark. Argot 2-1 Cotton Seed Produced by University of Arkansas Experiment Stn. BREEDERS SEED Available to Arkansas Growers v^fiT^ S T'- V '" f ? M i ng and miltllres 1 u!< *- Har- \es( fi5 to 80 per cent of crop at first picking Hieh gm turn out. Staple: 1-1/32 to 1-5/32 inches * Three-year average at Delta Substation 712 pound* lint per acre. Other production records in 1949- At Manannn-892-pounds per acre; At Hope_628 pounds r S l r n : 5 1 Crai « head County-722 pounds perTrZ Big boll. Predominately five-locked. Easy picked by hand or Seed are of high germination. See Your Ginner or RAY F. PRICE 114 West Walnut Blythevifle, Ark. Phone 2271...Long Distance 13 AMMONIA FERTILIZER EQUIPMENT Two- Row Four- Row '26750 '297.50 \ 1,000-GaDoB Storage Tanks with all hose and fitting* $497.50 BarksdaleMfg.Co. South Broadway Phone 2911 SHEET METAL WORK — OF ALL KINDS Custom work for gin., alfalfa mill., oil mills. Custom Shearing up to 1/4 inch thickness. Frank Simmons Tin Shop 117 South Broadway — r Be Thankful For Health Lindquisr Chiropractic Clinic Phon. 3170 615 Chickasawba Street Blytheville, Arkansas F. L. 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