The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 2, 1950 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

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• r: PAGE two BLYTHEVTLLE (ARK.Y OOUBTEK NEWS THURSDAY;' NOVEMBER i IfW TMf NATION 'TODAY— American President's Quarters A Nigh Impregnable Fortress By JA.MIS MARIX>W *•• WASHINGTON, Nov. J. (*>; — Th«r« v wer« «cr«t service men In«ld» Bl«fr'House where President. Trum»n w«J sleeping when two Peuerto Rlcaiu tried to shool their way In yesterday to kill him. Th'ey were shot 'down outside by police »nd secret service men first snooting three policemen; But 11 they n»d esc»ped unh»rmed out- »lde »nd tried to Icicle in the door, they would have received a blazing welcome. The street shooting had aroused and -ilterted everyone Inside, Including the President, who-jumped Turkeys Can Harbor Dreaded Parrot Fever, Official Says Hf FRANK CAHKV 4. ST. LOUIS, Nov. 2. WV—A'Texas health, official says there Is some evidence thnt turkeys caii harbor the virus of parrot fever which,Is transmissible to man and can be fatal. • He explained, however, that" proper cooking destroys all germs that awake and ran to the window. So' the Inside secret service men had plenty of time to get, ready for the gunmen. 25 : Men on J6b ' About 25 secret service men have the job of' guarding the President •nd his family around the clock. Congress gave the service" that res- poiisibilitv after the assassination of President" McKlnley it. 1901. While the White House Is being repaired -the president .conducts .his business there but he and his family live across the street—Pennsylvania Avenue—In Blair House, a building with High front, steps. Thex2o secret service men have to guard the President in the White House, in Blair House, on the street, mnd'anywhere he gofs. An additional 100 uniformed policemen help as guards at the White House'.and ; Blair House but everywhere else . the secret service has the responsibility. And this will give some idea 6( how'the service goes about it. The President takes a dally walk «verjr morning befor* breakfast. A •ecret'service agent walks beside him: 'Several walk close by. And '• secret service car, heavily armed and' manned, purrs along beside or behind them. Presidential Train Protect** Or the President goes on » train trip. Kit train U loaded with secret •ervlc* men. The departure of the Presidential train Is timed to follow clew behind a regular passenger •xpreM train going on the same track*. Or the Presidential train i»'preceded by » Pilot train. In both case< the purpOK U to be lure. the tracks" are clear am **fe. To b« further jafe, there are (uardi at every twitch, trestle and overpaM on the way to prevent any attempt to wreck the train. Field' secret service agents, detectives and patrolmen are on guard • t every railroad station through which the.train movei And when the train reaches Its destination, the point at .which the President gets off the train is • marked to the inch. * All this seems to ciH for' tremendous preparations.*; It - does. Agents of the • secret'-^service have to precede the president on all his. trips to make the plans, the checks, and arrangements with state and local police. For. example, the president is to make' a' political talk in St. Louis Saturday night. Agents from here have already gone there to make the necessary arrangements for protecting the President. may be present in poultry or nical and thnt the principal danger Is to handlers of turkeys. The official, Dr. J. V. Irons (if the Texas. State Department of Jealtli, made his report yesterday o the American Public Health Association convention. Definitely known to occur among parrots, love birds, pigeons, cats, chickens and even seagulls, .this irils results In" about - 200 ; k'nown huinnn cases Annually,- with a few deaths. Irons told a rc'ixjrler. 1 While the occurcnce Is relatively ow. he said, the disease |s a miit- of public health significance. And now, he continued, the strong iusplclon that turkeys' are a previously overlooked 'source of virus calls for Increased vigilance. • IX THK PROBATE COURT FOR CI'ICKASAWBA DISTRICT OK MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, AHKASSAS IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OP C. P. BLAKEMORE, DECEASED NOTICE or SALE Notice Is hereby given that'a* Administratrix of the estate of C. P. Blakemore,. deceased, I will oo the 24th day of November, 1MO at 10:00 o'clock A.M., a.t th« South door of the Court House at Blytheville, Arkansas, offer for sale at public auction to the highest bidder, upon a credit of three (») months the following properly belonging to the estate of the deceased: 5* shares of the capital stock of Hubbard Hardware Company, Inc.- Purchaser at said sale will be required to execute Note with approved security to secure the purchase price. This the 31st day of October, I WO. Jennie Blakemore, Administratrix 11|2;50—11|1«;SO tlement of the .above estate are' warned to file exceptions thereto If any have they on or before the ! sixtieth day following'the filing of! the respective accounts, failing i which they will be fprever barred from excepting to the accounts. Witness my hand and seal as such Clerk and seal of said Court on this the 1st day of November, 1950. ' Elizabeth Blythe, County and Probate clerk • . 1112,50 With the Courts Chaaecryi Lillian Hamilton v*. Fred Hamilton, suit for divorce, ATerbl* Thomas v«. Walter Thomas, suit for divorce. E. N. Ford vs. Gertrude Forrt, suit. for divorce. Kelen Children n. Prt-ston Childress, suit for divorce. Blytheville Federal Savings vs. Ru.ssell R. Haynei juit to obtain loreclotiirt of mortgage for $2,492.53. Guaranty Loan Co. vs. JasepV FnncheA, >tnx, suit to obtain foreclosure of mortgage for $389.22. Common Fleaa: W. C. Smith and Rebecca. Smith vs. Farm Security Insurance Co. juit to collect damages of $301.59 for Injured properly allegedly covered by Insiirance policy. WARNING ORI>ER Russell W. Hayncs is warned to appear In the Chancery Court for the Chlckruawba District of Mississippi County, Arkansas, within (30) days after the date hereof to answer » complaint filer! against him therein by Blytheville Federal Savings and Loan Association. Dated this 31st day of October, 1950. 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