The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 18, 1948 · Page 14
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 14

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, February 18, 1948
Page 14
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1-AOB BLYTHEVILLB (ARK.) COURIER WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 194$ ;| Divorce Muddle Hears Solution , Master in Chancery To Resume Old Post; Court's Okay Sought LITTLE ROCG, Ark, Feb. 18.— (trpj— Mrs. Ruth Hale, central figure I" tnc problem of the 1150 invalidated Pulskl chancery divorces, •aid tociay she believes a suit will be brought to the supreme court within Hie week to test the possibility that she was acting as a master In ehanccry when she granted the decrees. Mrs. Hale Indicated that attorneys for one of the affected persons are expected to ta^e the decree to chancellor Frank Dorise for his signature before making the appeal. In this way a lest of the most prominently suggested solution could be made. Under thts plan it would be assumed that Mrs. Hale had continued to serve as master In chancery even after she was appointee chancellor of the special Pulask Domestic Relations Court last February. Actually, she had been appointed master in Chancery Jan. 1, 1IM7, lor a period of six years. And enrly last month the supreme Court ruled that the special chancery never existed legally. Mrs. Hale said Judge IJodgc had left the initiative up to the attorneys Involved as a matter of principle. But. she did not indicate which attorney or which litigants would be involved in the test suit. Mrs. Hale was to resume her position as master in chancery today, in an effort to restart the Pulaskl Chancery divorce machinery which had been stalled for more than a month since the supreme court decision. She said the new cnses awaiting action had been separated from the old to avoid any further legal tangle, In the hopes that a precedent can be set in the supreme court. Sky-Gazers Officers Link Suspects With New Burglaries FORT SMITH, Ark., Feb. 18.— (Opj—Sebastian County oflicers have linked Hire* men. arrcsled yesterday In connection with a Little Rock burglary, with at least one and possibly more Forl Snillh thefts. The three men, Leonard Blair, 42, and Carl Bradberry, 26, of Shawnee, Okls. find Everette Pate, 30. o( Port. Smith, were arrested and charged with possessing burglar tools and stolen property. Charged with them wcr c two women, Blair's 40 year old wife, Lais, and Viola Gray, 27, of Van ISuren. Sheriff Prentice Maddux Mid Blair and Bradberry had admitted obblng the West Slrt^ Junior High Hayti Youth to Spend Summer in Stockholm CARUTlfERSVII.bK, Mo., Feb. 17.—Robed E (Bobble) Knelbert, son of Mr. and Mrs. B. O. Knelbert of liiiyil, will sale in June for Swc- rien, where lie will .spend the sum- Two Killed in Pemitcot County in January OARUTHERSVULLE, Mo., Feb. n.—Two persons were killed In Pcmlscot, four In Dunklln, and one each In Scott and Cape Girardcau counties (luring January, tills year. mer widi a family In Stockholm,! according to figures released IhLs as a member of the Experiment In weekend by the State Highway Patrol. In the sixteen county urea lhat comprises the Southeast Mis- School at Little Rock and the attempted robbery ol the Jole Theatre at Fort Smith. Officers said the five had fled to Fort Smith after the men en- BaKcd Little flock police in a gun battle Monday night. Maddux said other articles in their nossc-ssion Indicated they | might have been connected with. I tlic burglary of tho Fort Smith Junior High School three weeks ny,o. A number of personal items and $700 was taken in thai theft. •ourl lection, ten w»rt killed and injured. Of Ihe eight deaths In thl$ Immediate section, six were killed as a result of driving too fast, one was killed when the car hit a train, and one was run over by a car while walking on the highway- Damage to autos and other property involved totaled ?23,655. the Patrol staled. International Living. The Experiment Is a non-profit non-sectarian educational groui- working toward building up mutual understanding between various countries, and students of these countries will be exchanged for the "experiment In living." New llearinf Aid Sought CHICAGO (UP)—A total of J24.000 will be spent, at the' Uni- -c SCALDS CHAFING Quickly apply soothing and com- forttng GRAY'S OINTMENT with its wholesome antiseptics and nature aiding medication. Nothing else — wslfcy ot Northw«t«rn'« speech and hearing clinic in an effort to pioneer research on new and Im- uroved devices for deaf persons The equipment will include five sound-prooi rooms, wire recording a p part us, .phonographs, high fidelity amplifying, loud speakers, headphones and microphones. HEW YORK (DP)—The BrooklJ Porsythla Committee decided til April 5 would be Forsythla r>»yl Brooklyn. Outside, the tempertij was around 20 degrees. FOLKS WM OFTEN SUFFER FROM RHEUMATIC PAIM MISERIES KO lo thf> drug slorc aa *>on a& I ho pnin nl:trt» aiifl &ota hotilaof litmotiJ C-^23. ThiH is t!io bfAt-kuown. lionic-lifrlji in tho Suutb fur reliel of iln'inu:ilic pam wljeti dain|HH^^ juiil had wi-ftlhcr innko your uiuarlca fct'l BO jniiiiful jinil fiorc all ovor, One leuHpoouful of C-22JS m water usually Ht:MtA to briiig graiid ruUifort, ;iii<J blessed relief from In at rhouniatii:- pain "iiiiwry." Cnuljon: Use only as .lircctod. ABIC for a botilo of Beware Coughs from CMUBOM coUs That Hang Crcomulsion, relieves promptly I cause it goes right to the seat of t trouble to help loosen and «jr™ germ laden phlegm, and aid natul to soothe and heal raw, tender, 1» flamed bronchial mucous mem branes. Tell your druggist to sell yd a bottle of Creomulsion with the ua derstanding you must like the way I quickly allays the cough or you r' to have your money back. ,f CREOMULSIOl. f or Coughs, Cheat Colds, Broncliil Buscart Looks Ahead SALEM, Ore. (UP)—Susan Marie Miller. Jamestown, N. Y. Is planning a vacation trip to Oregon, i she informed the state travel bureau here. "I won't be able to get out there for about 20 years, though," she wrote. "1 am only • Ight years old." Bernice Brinfiman, right, and Phyllis Kent try out a new plexi- glass top that can bo attached to the convertible coupe model t'ord. 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