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October 18, 1944

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

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BLYTHEVILUD (AKK.) COURIER NEWS WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1!M<] ^Transportation ^Company Wins , Court Appeal '" t,rTTLE ROCK, Oet 18 (UP) — The Arkansas Supreme Court says recovery of damages for lost articles che:ked in: a baggageroom Is limited , to the amount stipulated lj The company on Its receipt If no ocJnr.Ulon of a higher Milue Is made. The high court, in maWnf. this ruling, reduced to .$25. a grant Circuit Court judgment of $199 awarded to Miss Frances J. Williams of Sheridan. The Grant County court had awarded Miss Williams the $190 for loss.of her suitcase and contents checked svlUi the ^Missouri j l'ncific Transportation •Cpiiipany at- Little Rofk 'in 'Septemu'er, 1943. ' ether action taken Ijy the Supreme. Court -Monday included; I ^-Modified a Garland,, Chancery \' Court order in the suit of Borgi htld JeJiscn against J. Earl Hous- i ely. administrator of the estate of ! (he personal properly, of a deceas- i -.cd. person rcst-s In his ndmlnlstm- I ((oil on appointment. And to con- i stitute a valid gift, there must be f ncliVal delivery of property. ! Reversed a Prairie ;. Chancerj I Ccurt decree sustaining a demurrer to the complaint of a group ol I Prairie countv taxpayers against t fcrmcr county" tax collector P. b j Grady for alleged failure to ac- bcount for taxes and penalties for Sfthe'-Years 1937, 1938'and 1939. The Oeiijiirfer'h'ad been granted. by the fe t, haneery to Grady. who contended S'that: the prosecuting attorney had not -first been asked and refused to bring the suit. The Supreme . -..Court upheld the right of taxpayers to bring suit against county tax •collectors. ''.'Refused a' writ of prohibition 'against Logan Circuit Court asked .by ihe'Twin.City Coach Company -against : Circult Judge J. O. Kln- "cnnnqn. the Supreme Court held that it was a- question for the trial Icoiirl to decide;-whether a $0000 damage suit should be tried In Lo- •gan County' or 1 - Sebastian County— "where the 'accident occurred. Dewey ^Stewart of Boonevlllc' asked the jdamiiges. for- Uie death of his .daugh|er ( ;Mlss:Valeta Stewart, fol lowing a bus-automobile wreck In Fort'"Srnlth In' April, 194-1. The ; co!iij)'iiriy hnd conlen'deri thnl Miss Stewart . had • established' residence :ni'..Fprt Smltti, that the accident 'occurred there, arid that, -suit foi r U;if(i'a|JS"sl>buld Wave been broiiglH "in. the'Port 'Smith District of Se- Ijastliin' County. :,,. , 'JP War Correspondent Thankful Bomh Bounced (Continued from Page 1) • was bleeding from the. mouth and nose and suffering from conciis- iion," After recovering, l.oyan went to Naples and Joined the United States Navy units there, going on many patrols. He narrowly missed capture by the Germans in December, 19J3, when he went on a commando rflici In Gneta Gulf. "I foolishly went ashore and got 'eft on the bench clglit miles behind the German lines at the Ga- rlgliano napldo river," he recalled, "I expected to be captured the next morning, but some 1 'ducks' (amphibious trucks) came back to get the wounded and I returned to Naples with them." Forced To Swim Sonic of the most terrifying moments of his life were experienced when ho covered the landing nl Anzlo. He transferred from one ship to another until he was on one of the LST boats carrying ammu nition. Two 500-pound bombs final ly sent the boat to the bottom and Logan saved himself by swimming ashore. . : He returned to Naples with three chief petty officers who outfitted him in uniforms they liaci-acquired Soon ..he was back at 'Air/Jo ant 1 went through 106 bombing! attack! ih-n period of four weeks. Most o the 'lime he was 'under avtillcrj bombardment, far more severe tha] at Salerno. ."I breathed a sigh of relief;when they ordered me to the British Eastern Fleet operating in the Indian Ocean,'! he said. While in the Par East Logan saw : some of the lighting in Burma and China, then went on down to Ceylon where he was stationed nt Mountbatten's headquarters as naval correspondent. "The most exciting assignment I had there was the bombardment of Sabang where three British destroyers and n Dutch cruiser circled inside the harbor, shooting np and torpedoing everything, in sight." Soon after that Logaii decided he had enough of malaria, dysentery and fever so h e started-the long trip home, coming by plane. Voter Has Right i-MM • • • * To Split Ticket Such Ballots Legal In General Election, State Official Rules LITTLE HOCK, Oct. 1&. (UP) — Assistant attorney general Cleveland Sollnnd has Informed Wallace Townsencl, Arkansas member of the Republican National Committee, Hint in a general election In Arkansas ii voter has tile right (o vole for whom he pleases and may 'split'' the ticket retni'dlcss of party affiliations. 'Townseiid says (hat in some imrls of the • state election Judges have vuled that i\ ballot marked for Republican electors nnd for Democratic stale nnd county officers is a spoiled ballot aim have refused to count H. '...IIolltmd'Milcl: "An elector can split Ills ticket In liny way that he desires and siicli ballot or ticket would be a legal ballot and the election judges would violate the law If they threw out or failed to count'suclv a ballot for tliat reason." ; ' i ' !»'• his'opinion Holland says the 1'lglH to free choice by the voter Is unrestricted In a general election: Poll Tax Receipt Can Be Issued After Deadline UTILE ROCK, Oct. 18 (UP) — The Arkniisa.s Attorney General's office has notified Prosecuting Attorney Jeff Duty of KOBOM that if poll tax hius -been paid before Hit deadline but n receipt' Is • not' Issued until Inter, the person 'pay-' ing the lax is a tmnllficd elector. Duty made inquiry concerning 1 70 persons In Madison Comity 'w)io paid the lax before the Sept. 30 deadline but, did not receive re-, ci'lpts until nftcr midnight because of lack of lime. ' Rlratr Cmnlnghm VULGARIZING Tire ft Tab* Repair Citteli BtU BJL.A •. Hwj. (I (Ftmcrlj with Enfler Ac. FU.) Manila Pilot wtecj For In Air Ensign John H. Campbell, USNR, of Manila, a Navy carrier-based fighter pilot, lias been awarded the 'Alr.McdAl for shooting down an ''enemy plane on June 17 during fleet operations in the Pacific. Ensign Campbell is a member of Navy Composite Squadron 33, which \vas based on a Casablanca-class carrier off 'Saipan defending our surface vessels. He ana the other planes of his squadron ar e credited with shooting. down io and dam- aeiiu sevbri of the 33 Japanese raiders." 1 .-'.'• • .-•• Primitive nian carried on extensive trade operations, according to discoveries of'archeotoeists. Ballots To Be Mailed LITTLE ROCK, Oct. 18 (UP) 1 — Secretary of State C. G. Hall says the official ballot for the November Till general election will be ready for mailing to county clerks today. ' Hall says all Democratic and Republican candidates for the national and state offices have paid their ballot fees and otherwise qualified. The names of two Socialist presidential electors also appear on Uic ballot. No .independent candidates for state offices'filed ballot fees. . MINOR.SKIN IRRITATIONS MOROEJNE •<; • TlWHITE PETROIEUM JELLY MvS 118 N. 2nd STREET were amaze ...of iny improved T — Promofe fhc flow of _ vital digestive juices ^ In fhe stomach -Energize your body with RICH, RED BLOOD! NO Will Be In Qsceola - - Oct. 16th to 21st LeachvijJe.;.. Tues. OcU4fh One day only '. ""' Manila ----- W^d, Oct. 25||j One day only ' !i ' Blyfheville - - BaV'bf October Mrs. Lyn P. Gooch, Collector DON EDWARDS i . ."The Typewriter Blah"'„'.. ROYAL; SMITH, CORONA, . AND REMINGTON PORTABLE I .TYPEWRITERS (Every Transaction Musi Be Satisfactory) PHONE 3382 i BODY & FENDER REPAIR WORK * '*. • Also -A ii(6'Upholstery 'Repair :: ' ;:: Our foreman Robert "Trigger" Walton has had years of experience . In .Ihese line. 1 ;. Modern equipment insures satisfactory ivork. • . • ' Shop Located In'Rear of Martin's Cafe i ' 114 W. 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Vet have no nr- 1'nw compiicallon or tocal Intectlon, >%J2! 11C m »y 1>« Just \vhit you necdl fess Tonic is especially desinncd (1) to e How ct VITAL DIGESTIVE ^he siom^cli nnd (21 to bvilltl* STRENGTH when deficient Ainat: two Important results cjlab! you to enjoy the lood you rio cat . . to rniKe we oMl as Katuic Intended. Thus you may ect now vitality ... pen . become animated . . . moic attractive! Build Sturdy Hcjlth and Help America Win Thousands nnd thousands o! vi-er* have {,"««'« «<> 'he bcocnta SS5 Time 1™, Drought lo them »nd scientific research shows that it geU rwiills-lhst-j why to many say': BSS Ton Ic bu II ds s I urdy hell th —makes you Iccl like yoursel I a«aln " M FOR SALE —Soybean Bags^ —Seed Oafs, Wheat, Barley— "'"' r^Spear Feeds— Blytheville Soybean Corp. 180Q W. Main Phone 856 COTTONSEED BAGS SOYBEAN BAGS See Us Be/ore You Buy! J. L. TERRELL Office HIS. Bdy. 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