The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 12, 1953 · Page 7
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PAGE TEN BLYTHEV1LLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS TUESDAY, MAY 12, 1953 Crittenden County Bar Challenges Integration Ruling of Supreme Court LITTLE HOCK (AP> — A county bar association has challenged the right of the Arkansas Supreme Court to order all Arkansas lawyers to Join and support a single professional organization. The Crittenden County . Bart ••Association asked permission yes- . , _ tcrday to file written arguments |^/Qf/5f RQlUmS From Grave to Taunt Officials for the Court to reconsider its April 27 order calling for integration of the bar by Jan. 1, 1954. It intimates the Court is forcing Arkansas lawyers to Join a labor union. The Court granted the permission and said the briefs must be filed by June 1. The Critttenden petition, signed by John Mac Smith as president and Henry S. Wilson as secretary, says that to force all Arkansas attorneys to join an association is unconstitutional — that it violates AmeSBment 34 — which outlaws the closed shop. The lawyers also said that the order violated several other sections of the U. S. and Arkansas Constitutions, including the Arkansas Amendment which says the Supreme Court may regulate law practices and professional conduct. The lawyers say the amendment does not give the Court the right to order integration. The integration order was made by a divided Court with two justices — Chief Justice Griffin Smith had Associate Justice Ed McFaddin dissenting. Painless Grinding By Dentist May Be Coming, Paper Says ROANOKE, Va, W)—The Boan- oke Times says Navy dentists are conducting experiments which some day may make it possible for the family dentist to grind teeth painlessly with sound waves. The Times reports experiments at the National Naval Medical Cen- PHILADELPHIA (/P) — Nicholas Davis has returned from his legal grave to taunt authorities with a baffling problem. About 10 weeks ago Davis, a florist, disappeared from his usual haunts and a few days later a man who died of a fractured skull in a downtown tavern was Identified as Davis. The body was buried in Fernwood Cemetery. Several d<ys later a friend of the florist said Davis has called him from Chicago, Yesterday Corner Joseph Ominsky, after talking to Davis' former landlord, who said he had seen and talked to the florist In Chicago withdrew the death certificate issued in the name of Davis. All of which poses this mystery for authorities: Who is buried' in Fcrnwood Cemetery? PAKISTAN WITH SCOTTISH FLAVOR-A mustache 12 inches long doesn't hamper Pipe Maj. Sardar Khan, of the 1st Punjab Regiment, m playing tin bagpipes. lie's with Pakistan contingenl thai arrived in England to attend the coronation. TREASURY AID-Miss Catherine B. Cleary, Milwaukee, Wis., a bank official, has been nominated by President Eisenhower to be Assistant U. S. Treasurer. Her appointment must be confirmed by the U. S. Senate. Radio-Active Cattle All Right OAK RIDGE, Tenn. (IP)— Remem- jer those cuttle which absorbed often deadly radioactive (lust from the first atomic bomb explosion in New Mexico? Scientists here have concluded that they suffered no ill effects and any radiation, like beauty, was only skin deep. The first A-bomb was exploded in the Southern New Mexico desert near Alamogordo July 16, 1045. Nobody knows how the cattle — originally 58 Herefords — sneaked Into the security aren. They have been under study lor the past seven years. Rambling Letters of Youig Wife To Be Read at Attempt Murder Trial Veteran Actress, June Adair, Dies NEW YORK (/P)—Jean Adafr. 80. a character actress who appeared in more than 25 Broadway productions in the past 30 years, died last night at Beth Israel Hospital. She had to leave the cnst of "The Crucible," a drama now playing on Broadway, 10 weeks ago because of Illness. She and Josephine Hull were the sweet and murderous old ladies in "Arsenic and Old Lace," and they repcate the roles In the screen version of the piny. ter at Bethesda, Md., have not progressed far yet although two anesthetized dogs have had teeth ground and prepared for fillings by a beam of high frequency sound waves. LOS ANGELES 6T> — Rambling letters of a young wife to the stu- ' dent accused of trying to murder her husband will be read to a Jury today. Defense attorneys for Richard La Force, 19, brilliant physics student, late yesterday offered in evidence 20 letters written him by Mrs. Joyce Hayden. Excerpts previously admitted included intimate discussions of sex matters. La Force has accused Joyce of the crime with which he is charged— attempting to poison her husband Robert. He testified he put arsenic in a bottle of drinking water at the Hayden home to divert suspicion to himself. | "TO make certain Joyce would not get involved," he said, "I proceeded to get myself caught. "I, at that time, wished 16 take the blame lor what I thought were attempts on the life of Robert Hayden ... I thought Joyce was making these attempts, f was very much in love with Joyce and this was the least I could do to take the blame . . . there were certain indications I had from her that she was in love with me." ': The wife, also 19 and an expectant mother, had denied any romance with La Force, but. he told j of dates with her after her marriage and said tVmt on one occasion they sat in his parked car and kissed, getting home about 4 a.m. It seemed odd to him, La Force said, that on the three occasions when poison was put in beverage containers at the Hayden's apartment, Robert was the only one who handled them afterward. "I thought I would do what I could to stop this foolishness," he continued. "I talked with Joyce to find out what was going on, if anything. Then I learned that the milk bottle had been taken to the sheriff's office to be analyzed and I knew they would find cyanide. "When Robert called off the Bombing Settles Old Argument CARAVAGGIO. Italy W)—It too* one of history's stransest "bomb- Ings" to do it, but a centurlcs-old spat between two Northern Italian villages over a statue appeared settled today. Let's start nt the beginning, or thereabouts. In the year 1380, a long-forgotten sculptor carved out a marble bas- relief of a sea horse. It was placed on the border between the villages of Caravaggio and Treviglio. Early in the 15th century, Tre- vfellans snatched the sculpture and placed it in a niche in their ancient palace wall. This rankled Caravaggio for some 300 years. Last Feb. 27, commando- type raiders carried the carving (ft to Caravaggio. Now for the bombing. Sunday nigiit three planes from Treviglio soared over Caravaegio. Thirty live chickens and a live pig, hanging nervously from parachutes dropped down. So did several pounds of candy, fountain pens and pencils. Softened by this generosity, the CaravagBio Town Council met yesterday and a/ireed to return the sea horse to Treviglio. Haydpp apartment rtb. 6, the night he was arrested, to be "caught by the officers placing poison in the bottle." He denied putting poison into any beverages prior to the night of his hunting trip I had talked him into taking with me, I knew they were j aires t- • going to try to trap the suspect." | ' ~ The student said he went to the Read Courier News Classified Ads. W. t. Pructt Evangelist Little Rock, Ark. FULL GOSPEL TABERNACLE Lilly & Vine Streets Invite you to attend their REVIVAL May 10-24 :45 p.m. EACH EVENING If you enjoy good preaching don't miss a Service Romulo Boomed For President- Of Philipines MANILA VPt—A Romulo-for-president drive'developed here today as some members of the dominant Liberal party voiced support for the popular ambassador to the U. S. Sen. Tomas Gabili announced last night he would submit Carlos P. Romulo's name to the Liberal party convention May 24. It was the first ment. Climbers Hearing Everest's Top KATMANDU, Nepal 0>) — The 3rltlsh Mt. Everest'expedition was The British Mt. Everest'expedition was reported today to have established Its fifth camp at the 23,000-foot intimation of opposition within the party to the nomination .of President Elpldio Quirlno, who is seeking re-election, Romulo was unavailable for coin- level on the world's highest mountain. A report reaching here from the expedition's main camp at Namche Bazar said all of the mountaineers were in good health and it was ex- pectcd the final try to reach the summit of the 29,002-foot Himalayan peak would be made within 10 days. ' The value of pi, the relationship-» of the diameter to ttie cii'OUmEei'-- ence of a circle, has been calculated to 2040 decimal places through 70 hours' work on an electronic computing machine. 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