The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 15, 1947 · Page 8
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 8

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, April 15, 1947
Page 8
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BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS TUESDAY, APRIL 15, 1947 Municipal Court Decision [Together Again High Tribunal Rules' Appellant Must File Transcript of Cases LITTLE ROCK, Ark., April 15. <UP)' —- The Arkansas Supreme court ruled yesterday that It Is the responsibility of an appellant to request and fi'o transcripts in cases appealed from justice of the peace, common pleas and: »rrjuhteipnl courls. ' • •>: ' The ruling upheld ''Balesvllle Mmjtcipa! Jutfye Dene Coleman nil-inning the ccmvic-'.icmS.-'ot ;four j Batesville men wlio drew fines in i inunicipal and Independence.' Circuit courts last April find June, ( The lower court proceedings Involved a claim that Judge Coleman had not filed transcripts of Ills court with the Circuit Court, but a rnlim; \vns againsi Hie defendants C. E. iDoe) Everett, Archie Rcves. Harrison Hallard and Dial T!>e defendants filed mandamus petitions in I lie circuit Court lo require the judge to file transcripts \vKh the circuit courl clerk. Meanwhile, Colenian hnd placed commitments against the men with the Independence County sheriff holding thai the time for appeal had expired when the commitments •acre issued. Colcmnn said further that noiie <>I the appellants had requested transcripts prepared or Tiled ivi'.hin 30 days of" their convictions. The Supreme court ruled that a 19:!!) law makes it the responsibility cf the appealing parlies to file transcripts if the appeal parties to file transcripts if the appeal is from a justice of the peace court, a common pleas court or a municipal court. Two iVIiiscn Crises Decided Tiie Supreme cfturl reversed a Pulasfci chancery CourU ruling and ordered the John Hancock Mutual Life Insurance Co. to pay n Pay- cttevnle agent his commissions. C. C. ynrringlon had filed in the lower court against the company R. M. Williams. lie churgec that Williams had contracted \vltli him in July of 1S43. for retirement policies covering- members of the Extension Service of the University of Arkansas College of Agriculture. According to Yarrlngton's contract, he was to receive 20 per cent of the first year's premiums and. throe per cent a year for nine years' thereafter. The court qnited title lo a lot in Morris' Addition In Blylheville in R. W. Meador. affirming a ruling or Mississippi Circuit Court, Chick- asnwb.i District. The cnse involved a boundary dispute between Meador and a neighbor, Ira Walters. Today's opinion was written by A5sociate Justice Ed P. McFnddln. Another opinion from Mississippi County courts was upheld wj** 1 Florida's Pepper Hot Over GOP's Budget Policies MIAMI, Fin., April 15. (UP) — Ecu. Claude 1'opper, D., Fla., told', H veterans' group liorc yestcrtliiy thai Hit KOVi'i'iiintiiL's "fiilse sense o fcconomy" was hninpc'niij; reductions in rent and the cost, of homes. I Muking iiis .second speech of tlie weekend litre, Pepper cliurged ils,u iMidgot. slashes In Congress had all lint kilted tlie power of the Civi- li:u) Production Administration un:i rent tontrols. llolh aiseireies wi-iu doomed to certain death by Jtine 30, he added, unless something' is done. j . "As an official of the government," lie related in regard lo domestic hrotolems, "I am u.siiamed liiat we liuven't done a better 'J'lie Florida senator inferitially placed the blame on Republican ,leaders in Congress Tor failure o; OPA to enforce rent controls anrt i-huscs of building under veterans' priority. , ' Misnomers The American 'elk U a wapiti, our monntaiti goat is un antolbr,':, our buffalo h a bison, and liie ciiribou is n reindeer. Let Us Hf!;> You— S'l'Ol 1 DRINKING There is no medical remedy for drink . . . hut we c:ui help you resist Us Influeiicel.No cost l;> yon —only co-operation. Alcoholics Anonymous Box 87,?— Blydicvillc, Ark. CERTIFIED Grade'A'D. & P. L. No. 14 Cleaned Treated • New Snclts Purity 995 Germination 85% LIMITED $*)AA PfR SUPPLY i\j\) TON ROSELAND GIN CO. Roseland, Ark. W. Adam, former German soldier recently released from prisoncr-of-wnr camp in England, greets his 5-year-old son, who was an infant when ho last saw him. Smiling Frau Adam completes the happy reunion scene in the British occupation 7.oni;. 1'lioto by NEA correspondent Robert Berefeld. No Trouble \Bobc Ruth Feels C/iipper j Vet's Senority . ._.. ' . After Nine Holes of Golf Moy Be Reduced, High Court Holds MIAMI H13AOJT, Pin., Apnl Hi. 1 < Rulli, fee-ling L'liippri There are Cfuiyon LhiiL are Tllo "R h Low penks in the Grand \. higher than mosfr\ .> D P'& L 14, Delinl-cd and. Treated High Germination. Only a Few Tons on Hand Blytheville Delinting Corp. So. 2nd St. Across from Armory after nine holes of yolt yesterday, vim. /UP)— 1 1'lunnctl to seo hl.s first baseball momtLftiivs cast oT the llockios, yet aix' iowi;r than tlie canyon I'lioncs 2800—SCO .WASHINGTON, April 15. <„.,- • ^ ^ touit ,, n _ lhp HrivftU11 . The Supreme Court ruled yesterday M(nm , Brac| , K11111( , ,„ lnc piorUla- that a-veteran's-job seniority rights ]n tcrnulional I.eamie. S^^Sacraner 00 ,e' C IS The '™«> »™ ™ ^nKee teen back at work for a year. """'. «h»^ '""»f »'" ,, rec « rt!s st "' The court did not rule on the f« the best tn iKisebull, shot n -IS broader question of whether under for his nine holes on the Hay.shore a veterans 1 seniority rights expire course, and snld he felt yooil. lie automatically at the end of a year. Plnycd with his host. Raymond it not nmended by a new bargain- KiHhan. and club pro Jim Hrysou. ing agreeineiit. I K'Uh will vacation in Florida un- Justice^'Wiicy B. nnlledge read til the end of April, then return the"'court's 7 to 2 rnliiiK. Justtces North and Iwuln his new work us Robert H. Jackson and PelixFrank-'consultant with Ford Motor Com- furter dissented. ' I'nny The ruling was made in the case of Lawrence Wbirhs, n veteran from Cincinnati, O. Whirls' seniority was reduced from nine years to six months under »• collective bargaining agreement signed by his employer, the Trailmobilc Co. This In American activity. LOR Ion jiitHor (Ivory Smrrres Ivory does not come solely fro:nj ck'jihant tusks. 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