The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 9, 1948 · Page 12
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 12

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, June 9, 1948
Page 12
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TWELVH BLYTHKVILLH. (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS WEDNESDAY, JUNE •, 1948 Lawyers to Hold Annual Meeting BlyriteviMe Attorneys Plan to Attend Spa Convention This Week Several lawyers from Blj'theville and Mississippi County will attend th« Arkansas Bar Association meeting in Hot Springg Uiis week-end. The meeting is scheduled to get underway Thursday morning, when a discussion and study of Ihe luxa- tion will be conducled. The Junior Bar Association, a section for law- yen up to the age of 16. will conduct the afternoon program, and their dinner will conclude Thursday'! aclivitiee. Wilson Sharp, of Brinklcy, who it president of Hie Association wil cieliver the chief address Fridai morning. He will speak to the con vening lawyers on th« subject o "A Court supreme." The Littl Rock Association of Women Layers will have their first session u Friday luncheon, and Miss Char lotte Gaucir of Chicago who is pres ident of the National Assoclatio Till b« the principal speaker. Tappan Gregory, president of the American Bar Association, will jpeat Friday afternoon, and the New Czech Envoy Marriage Licenses Th* following couple* obtained muriate liceruei jrMterday In Ihe office of Mls« Elizabeth Blythe, county clerk: Woodrow W. Webber and Mrs. Ardee Knight of orutheraville, Mo. Jack McPhall chesnutt, or Melbourn*, Fla. and Mlsi. Sara Grace Joyner of Blythevllle, Harrison Wagon and Mr*. Gertie Gate of Blythevllle. Eddie Joseph Pharo of Blrhilng- ham, Ala., and Mis*' Betty Je»n Moor* of Osccolu. James Tliomat Ashworlh and Mlat Alma, Kirk of Blythevllle. Dr. Vladimir Outrala is the new C/.ecboslovakian ambassador to (lie United Stales, representing the Communist-dominated government of Premier Klement Goltwald. Holt to Open Campaign In Searcy on June 79 LITTLE ROCK. Ark., June 9.— (UP)— ' Gubernatorial candidate Jack Holt, said yesterday lie will open his campaign in Bearcy on June 19. In the only other political action o/ the gubernatorial candidate Hor-; ace Thompson, named Dan Felton of Mariamia a* associate manager of his campaign. Felton Is a member of the State Highway commission and served on the Stale Penitentiary Board during the administration of Gov. Homer M. Auklns. Two Men Seriously Hurt When Train It Derailed COLUMBUS, O., June «.—(UP) — Two men were In critical condition here today and 15 other persons wer* being treated for major and Police Seek Kidnapper Of Indiana Woman ORLBANS, Ind., June 9. —(UP) — Police In three states today sought a pretty, brunette mother and her husband's gullar-play- hiK admirer who disappeared yesterday. Orleans Town Marshall Wayne Marshall said Mrs. llallle Goodpasture, 25-year-old mother of two children, was kidnaped by Adrian , Parks. 25, He said Parks forced the I* I BEES' SIGHT BCM probably see red, yellow and green a* a single color, accord- Ing to tlte Encyclopedia Brltannlca. On the other hand, bees apparently con see ultraviolet light lhat is Imperceptible to the human eye, as well as blue-green, blue, and violet. SNOW! woman to abandon her children In their lonely faun home and get Into his car. Neighbors saw the two drive away minor Injuries as the result of a [on a country road. Police satd they two-passenger train accident. In the , had "Just completely disappeared." depot yards. j They said parks may have driven 'Hie accident occurred when a. \ to Padncah, Ky., his former home, I Pullman car of tiie Pennsylvania i or toward Detroit, where he had I Hallrod's "Spirit of St. Louis" spec- j planned to get a job, . lal derailed and struck a walling | • - -----passenger engine. Read Courier News Want Ads. jot FOUNTAINS i i Everywhere! than just a k m«om Hint An* Gl«ntmx« wMildM or* bl*nd*4 viirii choiMit groin rwulrol tpirlh but tnM«od of b««g bottUd [mm«dio(»ly, "Thompton" h put back Into barrel* to mak* I* ftmoottor, tatiivr. . """"*" ...... ""' duct «t « 73?' mor« old. "><4 .Little Back, irkanm neutral Iflrlt*. With the Courts Chancery: Lucy Munzlata vs. Jerry Munzl- ata, suit for divorce. Margaret. Burd vs. Harold Burd, suit for divorce. Pauline M. Rush vs. Allen D. 8»-Ji o! the Arkansas Supreme , c<xlrt The convention banquet and dec- twn oi officers and commute* reports sill be part of the Friday . g ce fc e G W. Maxwell vs. Albeit Hall mid Mrs. Albert Hall, judgment lor posses.sioti of property and $35. j College May ' V ZLp t «n,n g to ««,,u;Foi/ to Meet Payroll trea. BiyihifiUt are Mr. and Mrs. ; LITTLE ROCK. Ark., June ». Of< readier. Max B. Reid. Mr.! [UPj— Bcebe Agricultural Coll »cu VKS. Jsmei Roy, Claude Cooper I w ji| be unable to meet Its June 1! ^ri T. J. Crowder. High Winds and Rom Lash Little Rock Area payroll unless it 1ms sufficlen I money in its cash account for th« '• purpose. Assistant State Audito i Bus Fi-iday said yesterday. 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