The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 31, 1947 · Page 14
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rvUHTEEH ootrRnai THURSDAY;-JULY 31, 1047 lawyersQuestkxi Divorce Decrees Domestic Relations Official Given Chancellor's Powers LITTLE ROOK, -Ark., July 31 (UP)—The legality of hundreds or divorces will be questioned in a lest fase before the Supreme-Court questioning a 1947 law creating tin Second Division Chincery court in Pulaskl County. The case will be filed by John L.. Sullivan, representing a group of Little 'Rock attorneys. Sullivan jaid the case will question the authority of special Chancellor . Ruth Hale to. issue, dlvprccs. He pointed out that the action will affect hundreds of separation cases and .thousands 'of dollars in prop- eiity settlement cases presided ovei by Mrs. Hale, since 'her appointment last February. !The special division was, set up by the 56th General -Assembly as EL domestic relations court, and Mrs. Hale was appointed by the legislature. "We want to get the case settled sp we will know what we can promise our clients," Sullivan snld lie pointed out >th»t many persons divorced in the court have. remarried. «e snid that ; if the Supreme Court. holds the 3aw unconstitutional the result would lie a domestic turmoil unprecedented in American jurisprudence. {The ^validity of; the act- will !><- question'ed on at least five point? including-.whether the legislature He Comes In on a Wing for .a Prayer Arkansas Soil Conservation Program Hit ROCK, Ark,, July 31. (UP) — Sharp- reduction In- congressional appropriations for the Soli conservation Service dealt .1 hard blow to the Arkansas soil program, tlie weekly, news letter of UK Arkansas Resources and Development commission said today. The letter pointed out that congress slashed conservation np|>':>- [irlatlons In amounts resulting In v 14 ;>cr cent reduction in Arkansas share of the earmarked monies. 11 added that Congress, cut by an* • third land utilization runds which would have (-one for "wise land use purposes." Arkansas was allotted %9tn,',M for the technical service' for I he new fiscnl •year compared with Sl.- 175,000 last'year. Land utilization funds were trimmed from $9E« to $85,000: .There -ire more t!«in 23,000 fac- .lories In 'Australia. These employ •approximately 503,000 .-'persons. The Hcv.'NorvaH-Jcfilnncl. o( I.emmon, S:D;, enters Ills small caliin- type plane to start the round of his Evangelical Liithcfnh parish, which covers'3000 square miles. The (lying parson covers His large parish, while Ills'family travels in their auto trailer parsonage, mecllng him each dny at planned slops. had the'authority laws and whether to the pass local legislature had the 'authority ;'.i:i>ointjnent. ' to make 'the DCflTH oF d DOLl 0 by Hilda Lawrence; Distributed by NEA SERVICE, INQ. TIIH STOIlYj Anno nhntvn .>!!«« riuiMm*^' tke Mtnlnel d«,n*x co*lump which rikv fount) kltldou In = tbr fluKrt. Ml** 1'Jummrr (rlr* to fell lior »|K(CT, >lr*. Flufrr, <hnt Khe (hlnk» Itulh Mlllrr »vu» inur- dvrrd but Alrw. FJillrr. refuxt-M 1u lliirn. * * • • xxn fPHE afternoon dragged to its close, and Miss Small turned on the lights in the lounge. She returned to the desk and sat there in deep contentment. She was happy for the first time in weeks. ..". Dear Monny,'-shQ thought. Dear, ••• good: Monny. She saw. Mbnny _. raking Mrs. Marsrmll-jGill- with cold eyes, standing with her hands in her pockets, carefully insolent anil mistress of the situation. "Miss Small-and I are resigning," Montiy had said. "The Board will have a formal notice in a dny or so." Mrs. Marshall-Gill had bleated. LikE n sheep. She hadn't meant to criticize, slie hadn't meant to say what she did, she'd only thought that Miss Brady and Miss Small might have been a wee bit more careful. Monny "had been wonderful. How were they to know Ruth Miller was suicidal? she'd demanded. How. were' they to know Li 11 inn Harris had,vertigo or was cockeyed? Did the Board expect them to read thc ! girls' minds and lock them in with a few moral words? Miss Small had chuckled. I had been too marvelous; she'd sen- Monny home by herself and gone shopping alone. She'd wanted to be alone, among strangers, free to plan and think about the happ> time ahead. - And by great gooc luck she'd found a perfect prcsei for Monny. "Good evening, Miss Small," a man's voice said. "May I see Mis Brady?" She jumped. A tall man wilh arm brown eyes stood before er. Sho thought; Why thnt's^- "Don't you remember me, Miss imall? My name is East." So, Miss Small said to herself. >hc left the enclosure with a firm top. "Come this way, please." In he empty lounge she indicated a hair. "If you'll wait, Mr. East, '11 try to find Miss Brady." • * • rpEN minutes later she followed Miss Brady back into the room. "I thought we'd seen the last of you," Miss Brady said gaily. "'Not yet." His voice ir.nte'ied icrs. "I hear you nearly lost another girl." "I suppose you mean Lillian ifarris. I'd like to know where .•on picked that up." "From a 'new client. I've been retained by Mrs, Marshall-Gill. 1 Miss - Brady was astonished. 'Well I'll be! Mind telling me low you got to her?" "Not nt all.. She got to.me, this afternoon^ via Mrs. Sutton." Miss Brady looked as it-she were counting up to. 10-the long way. 'All right," 'she said. "What do yon want?" "I want to interview some of your people. Not about Harris, about Ruth Miller.' The Miller ghost is walkipg again, but-1 suppose you know that." "Because of Lillian Harris?" "Probably. It's got to stop, you know. Mrs. Marshall-Gill says so ml I agree. It's a bad business. Now lictcij for a minute while I tell my side. "There's been a strong difference of opinion about Ruth -Miller ever since the beginning. Thai's how I got into this. And Retting into it meant talking 1 to people, to MissTJbby, who knew Ruth at Blackmail's, to Dr. Kloppcl, to couple oC kids who'd better be nameless. They all contradicted each other. It wr.s a nice challenge and'I got interested in spite of. myself." .heir faces. "So you see it .-ill boils down to one thing, which can nean everything or nothing. Your team Insists that Ruth Miller wasn't much of a person—to put it mildly, a misfit. If you're right* •icr suicide is-tenable. The other leum, that's Mrs. Button and one or two others, says she was sound' .ind straight. If they're right, her suicide needs looking into." , .f. . . * •-'•':'*!! BRADY nodded seriously, he g ir | | ln( j some i.|,ing 011 her mind, Mr. East: Miss Small saw it nt once." ."Tell me," Mark said. '" • Miss Small described Ruth's arrival. "She was all right at'first, I can swear to that. I'm used to sizing girls rip. But then, suddenly, she- changed, right under my eyes. She was terrified, all at once. I thought . . ." "What?" he asked. "It was so sudden," she repeated. 'I thought she must have seen someone. That was the only explanation, someone" who knew something about her, perhaps. . . . Mr. East, are you convinced that this is not what it seems?" "You're not too sure yourself, are you?" Miss Brady intervened crisply/ "I'll tak* that one. The miserable girl killed herself. She was caught n a net of her own devising. And • when yon find'out what it'was, if you ever do,find out, it will be the isual thing, and you know what I nean. I blame- myself in some ways. 1 could kick myself for taking her in." "Were you responsible for that?" "Yes. She came to see me'.,Sh« looked hangdog and. the Smiths . begged and I had' an extra bed." "Very neat," Mark said: "Wlmt is?" "The wily- you've proved;- it wasn't you Ruth Miller feared'. Because she talked to you and., came back for more." Miss Brady colored. "Now what about those interviews?" be went on. . Miss Small rose quickly. "I'll sec to that. Miss Brady, will yon—" Miss Brady also rose. "Come with me, Mr. Enst. I'll get you- settled. We'll use Miss Small's Hardware Mutual Insurance Company of Minnesota Large Dividend Savings Low Net'Cost Protection For Serrl-je W. L. TAMKE MS E. Darts St. r. O. Boi 431 ; Phono 2487 BMherlUe, Ark. Cattle sprayed with water-dis-untreated., stock •saKe DDT gained an average nior Ixst year wh U.LJ.U 'LJLJI: guuiuu an uvci*v& u invi IA.*>L j 50 pounds per animal over prevalent ^.^um- hen files were most Club 61 Blythevllle, Arkansas Highway 61 North Din« and Dance Couples and Forties Only Open 6 Nights Weekly Owned By EUGENE POWELL, Mgr. For Reservations Telephone 944 . COf*. 1M7 EY KEA EERWICr. IHC. T. M. Ma U. S. PAT. Of F. "Now mind you. 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