Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona on June 18, 1970 · Page 79
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Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona · Page 79

Phoenix, Arizona
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Thursday, June 18, 1970
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Clark back in court as U.S. trial judge Associated Press WASHINGTON-At 70, former Supreme Court Justice Tom C. Clark is embarking on a new career—as a federal trial judge. "I'm looking forward to it with great anticipation," Clark said. "I've never sat as a trial judge in my life." Smilingly, he added: "I rather think, with the assi- tance of the lawyers, I'll be able to carry on all right." Beginning Monday, Clark will be at the U.S." District Court in San Francisco. He will confer with the lawyers in six to eight antitrust and breach of contract cases. It hasn't been decided over which cases he will preside. His court assignment grew out of his longtime desire to sit as a trial judge and his friendship with George B. Harris, chief judge of the U.S. district court in San Francisco. Only once before in history has a retired or active Supreme Court Justice served as-a trial judge. That was in the winter of 1940-41 when Justice Willis Van Devanter, while on the high court, presided at a trial in New York. Retired justices often help ease the load on the federal appeals courts. Clark left the Supreme Court after nearly 18 years in 1967 when his son, Ramsey, was named U.S. attorney Tom C. Clark general. Except for a hepatitis attack later that year, Clark has been extremely active. For two years he was the first director of the Federal Judicial Center, established by Congress to improve court administration and to foster legal research. He heads an American Bar Association Committee on procedures for disciplining errant lawyers. He also is the chairman of an advisory committee to the National Commission on Reform of Federal Criminal Laws. Clark is an experienced antitrust lawyer. As head of the Justice Department's antitrust division and then as President Harry S. Truman's attorney general he started 160 antitrust suits, four times the average begun by his predecessors. International Hotel Chain plans merger with UAL, Inc. United Press International SEATTLE - A merger agreement was signed yesterday by Western International Hotels Co. and a wholly owned subsidiary of United Air Lines. The signing was announced by Edward E. Carlson, chairman of the hotel company, and G. E. Keck, president of UAL, Inc., the air lines subsidiary. Under the agreement, 1.3 shares of new series of preferred stock will be issued by UAL, Inc., for each share of Chewing tobacco sales increase WASHINGTON (AP) - An Agriculture Department report says "the ring of the spittoon, familiar sound in the poolhall and saloon of yesteryear, may re - echo" because of a thriving chewing tobacco and snuff business. Production of chewing tobacco last year totaled 70 million pounds, a boost of 7 per cent from 1968, the report said. Sales increased by the same margin, officials said. Snuff output, after a 12-year decline, rose 2 per cent last year but sales continued to drop by about 2.5 per cent. Western International Hotels common stock outstanding. The new preferred stock will have an annual dividend rate of 40 cents a share and after July 31, 1973, will become convertible into common stock of UAL, Inc.. on a share - for - share basis, Carlson explained. Upon consummation of the merger, the name of the new subsidiary, WIH.Co., will be changed to Western International Hotels Co. The hotel firm will continue to operate as a separate entity with its own board of directors and present hotel managemnt. Western hotels are situated in the United States, Canada and 12 other countries. The merger agreement will be submitted for stockholder consideration at meetings tentatively set for July 23 for the hotel company and July 30 by UAL, Inc. Now Many Wear FALSE TEETH With Little Worry Do your raise teeth annoy and jmbarrasB you by coming IOOM when you eat, laugh or talk? 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