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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 10

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PAGg TEM BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS MONDAY, MAY 2, 1949 Court Validates City Ordinances Spa Regulation On Sunday Sales Is Contradictory LITTLE ROCK, May 2. lower court decisions Invalidating city ordinances were reversed by the Arkansas Supreme Court today. However, the high court did not unconditionally approve either ordinance. It said a Hot Springs ordinance prohibiting Sunday operation of meat market* or grocery store.'; em ploying more than two persons is invalid, but that an operator convicted under it also was guilty under a similar state law. And another opinion held that Ine City of Rector has authority to pass an ordinance requiring inspection of telephone and electric power poles but cannot pass a revenue measure In the guise of an Inspection ordinance. In the Hot Springs case, C. J. Gray was convicted on three charges of violating the Sunday ordinance, but the Garland Circuit Court reversed the municipal court and dis- mivied the charges. The Supreme court pointed out that an old state law prohibits Sunday oceration of stores. Tilt Hot Sprin?s ordinance, the court said, is void "for the reason that It attempt 1 ! to permit stores employing less than two people lo open and operat" on Sunday." The opinion added, however, that the municipal court had Jurisdiction of charges against Gray under the slate law and "It could make no difference that the ordinance under which he was prosecuted and convicted was void as inconsistent witn the statute." Attacked by Ark-Mo The Rector city ordinance requiring inspection of poles and 'lowing a Ice ol 10 cents a month on'each was attacked by the Arkansas-Missouri Power company. The Clay Chancery Court held- the ordinance void and H. U Alstadt and other Rector officials appealed. The supreme court snid no evidence was offered to support Ihe chancery decree. Pointing out that the cili under Its police powers may levy a tax on poles to defray ex- o! inspection, the court ndd- •of course, under the guise of an MAY DAY Continued from Puge 1 marchers outnumbered the others five to one. On Sunday. Vicc- Presldent Alben W. Barklcy told 30,000 at a noman Catholi sponsored rally that the American "way of life Is tile best ever found by tlie children of man." The system of two parades was followed In many cities. In Berlin and Rome the Communists got the crowds. Nearly 300.000 G'ermans marched under Red-flags in the Soviet sector of the city. Western sector rallies were small and quiet. About 10.000 Jammed the Communist demonstration In Rome. Only 15,000 attended au atitl- Communist labor demonstration. The Pope Rave May Day bless- ngs to the "entire world of workers." About 150.000 Irishmen turned out In Dublin for an anil-Communist meeting protesting the Imprisonment ol Josef Cardinal Mindszcnly and Archbishop Alojzljc Steplnac of Yugoslavia. Social Democratic demonstrations In olso, Slockliolm, Copenhagen, Brussels and Vienna swamped the Communists. Londoners Fifibl London had fist fights h Traf- Itigar Square when a do/.en persons carrying Red flags tried to violate parades. Communist Chief Harry Poliitl tried to speak but was heckled— although not as much as last week when he was driven from Devonshire by citizens infuriated by the shelling of British ships in China. Both Jews and Arabs inarched in Tel Aviv, Israel. Most of them belonged to the Socialist parties. In Calcutta, a bomb was thrown at police who broke up a Communist attempt to parade. President Juan D. Heron of Argentina led government-approved Suit on Cash Funds to Go to Supreme Court LITTLE ROCK. May '1. (/Pi—The legal squabble over cash funds Is hcadinc tor the Arkansas Supreme Court Puli.skl Chancellor Frank Dodge granted an appeal to the high court nftei dlsmittlnf! a lawsuit attacking validity ol the linuls. Attorney.-: rejire.scntlns the plaintiff, nop 'jnincs A. Glpson ol Henton, Inrlirotpd they would (lie an appeal to the supreme court In about a \vrck. Glnson filed the suit against sev- ier.i! state institutions and agencies, chnrRlne that nil money received by them should lie deposited In the tiea.'urj lor legislative appropriation This covers millions of dollar, 1 ; from rl.wn.s of sources—ranging from the University of Arkansas' proceet's fr(,in [oolljiill sanies to the Slate Priicn Farm's profits from Its crops Al present, the money goes Into cash funds for expenditure without legislative control. li» d^mi.'-.siiiB the suit Saturday. CliiUir-lloi Dodge said the sUtc leg- Islntii'f has tolerated the system— righl o: wrong—for 15 years. Bantists Join In Observance Of Family Week Obituaries Official Word Is Due Tonight on Plans for New Ceilings on Rent Final Kites Conducted For Mrs. £. R. Reynolds Funeral services for Mrs. Edward R. Reynolds, 30, were conducted yesterday at the Howard Undertaking Home In Manila by the Rev. P. H. Jernlgan, pastor of the Calvary Baptist Church, here, and the Rev. Mr. Parron of Searcy. Mrs. Reynolds died Wednesday at Mayo Brothers Clinic al Rochester, Minn., where she had been undergoing ti'cattncnl for two weeks. Her body arrived here Saturday morning. She had been 111 for the past 18 months. She was born In Coldwater, Miss.. August 18. 1918. and moved with her parents to Dell In 1922, where .she attended school. She also attended school In Manila. In 1340 she was married to E. H. Reynolds, atid had made her home In Blythevllle since that time. Survivors Include her husband; a son, Terry Edwards Reynolds of Ulyllicville; her parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Bourland of Manila; three brothers, Wade Bourland of Manila, Joe Bourland of Blythevllle and Leo Bourland of Gobler, Mo. Active pallbearers were:. Lane Norvell, John Gates, Pierce Tatum Herbert Adkins. B. A. McCann, and Roy Ashabranner. Honorary pallbearers were; S. C. Fincher, Herman May, A. C. Owens, Roy Veach, H. D. Birmingham. T. A. Bourland. WASHINGTON, May 2— <n— The official word is due tonight (about 8 p.m. CST) on what the government plans to do about rent cell- ings on some 14,000,000 dwellings, Housing expediter Tighe Woods set that approximate lime for de tailing his methods of deciding what Is a fair net Income to landlords and how to see that they get it. Congress has extended rent controls until July 1, 1050, It laid down tho rule, however, that rent regulations must allow the landlord a fair net income. It Is expected that rent Increases will result in many places, However, Woods said there will be no general, catch-all boost. Livestock NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, 111., May 2. W—(USDA> — Hogs 12.560; fairly active, 50 to 15 higher than Friday's average; bulk good an'J choice iaO-240 Ibs 18 25-50; top 18.50; 250-300 Ibs 1125-18.25; lew 310326 Ibs 1615-17.00; 140-110 Ibs 16.5018.00- largely 16.15 up; 100-130 Ibs in light supply at 14.25-1650; good sows 400 Ibs down 15.50-16.50; over 400 lb.i 13,50-15.00; stags 11.00-1350. Cattle 4.200; calves 1,100; opening trade moderately active In all cla.ves with few medium and good steers strong at 21.15-24,00; odd lots lo 25 TO- holfer.s and mixed yearling* strong, spots 25 to 50 Higher; cow showing uneven strength; good heifers and mixed yearlings 23.00- 24.50; some held higher; common and medium 19.00-22.50; common and medium cows 17.00-19.00; few Hiss Trial Postponed NEW YORK, May 2 M'l—Trial of Alger Hiss, former Stale Department official accused of' perjury, was postponed a filth time today until May 23 by Federal Judge Samuel H. Kaufman. The postponement was granted at the request of the government because of the illness of Robert F, Muepliy. assistant. U. S. Attorney who will prosecute the case. r • I You Are Cordially \ Invited to Visit The 3,000 See Air Show At Blytheville Airport Women generally have slightly heavier brains than men in proportion to the size of their bodies. I Accessory Shop | Feminine Apparel J ftluhcl HoKan Jessie Srit« Hotel Noble Klrig. lilytheville. Ark. $ 25 or mure trade in allowance on your old washer, regardless of make or condition, on a new BENDIX Automatic Washer This Is Your Chance for Real Savings—Come in Today HUBBARD & HOKE Appliance Co. ood cows 19.50 and above; eanner* nd cutters 13.50-10.50. 4% HOME LOANS Elbert S. Johnson The Equitable' Life Assurance Society Phone 6M8 Eveningi Expert PLUMBING and ELECTRICAL WIRING celebrations In Buenos Aires. In Chile, labor unions held mnss meetings to denounce the "suppression" of labor in some other South American countries. F/ve Arkansans Die Violently on Weekend \\y Ihe Assiidul- I Press At lenst five ]ici5Oiis died violently hi Arkansas over the weekend. Automobile accldccliUs caused three dcntlis. J. B, Coss, 32. Menn. died In mi automobile-truck collision on Highway 11, near Huntingdon Sun- Neighborhood prayer services arc being conducted by the First Baptist Church this week to stress tam- ly prayer service as a part of the Church's observance of National Family Week and In preparation for a week's revival to begin with Fnmilv Day next Sunday. Seven prayer services arc to be conducted tonight at B p. in., and in other homes Tuesday, Thursday nnd Friday nights. Dr. R. E. Naylor pastor nf'lhe First Baptist Church at Columbia. S. C.. will conduct the revival, anil Fred Becker, director of music education al the Blythe- vlllc First Haptist church, will lead tile music. Services arc to be conducted to ttlirht at Ilin home of. Mrs. J. W Portlock. 408 East Davis for Ih section from Second Street to Walker Park: at the home or Clair Miller, 500 Lumerntc fore these north of Chlckasawbn. Hroadway Street Anproximately 3.000 spectators w th': livo-hour nir show presented at the Blytheville Municipal Air- pori yesterday afternoon. The show featured the Cole Brothers, aerial acrobats, in daredevil maneuvers and stunt flying- After being In Blytheville for almost a week training for Sunday's performance the troop of fliers left today to train for shows at Humboldt, Teiin., next Sunday and at Union City. Tcnn., the following week The show was sponsored here by the Blytheville Private Filers Association. Approximately 25 planes from thi. area were visiting at the airport yesterday to see the show. inspection lee, a rmmlclpallty can- rc-n were Injured. S? camouflage a revenue me.,- j ^"'"^ ure. - . . . .... It remanded Ihe case with directions t»> dismiss the complaint unless the power company elects to offer proof thai the ordinance is a revenue measure. In the only criminal case considered, thL court affirmed the conviction of Charley Pope In Craighead Circuit Court on a charge of keeping a gambling house. He wns sentenced to one year imprisonment. Pope, who was charged with op- tratin- "Joe Buck's Place" on tho Paragould highway near Jonesboro, irgued for reversal that the evidence was insufficient for a conviction. The supreme court said, hov,'evcr, "there was abundant, evidence to establish appellant's guilt." day. His wife nnd their two child- j [o High School: at the home of E. II. Brown. IOG3 Holly, for those of Chickasawbn [rom hisll p near Conwiiy death In Pnt Smith. 18. Vllonla. Six others were hurt. A pedestrian. Jim Harvcll, 42, died »t Russellvillc Saturday after being struck down by nn auto- lobile. A. D. Weems, Monette, died In Jonesboro. Ark., hospital Salnr- ay a few hours after he suffered urns in his home. The body of Frankle Hernandez. 5 year olrt laborer, was foinicl near Is home in Osccola, Ark., Sunday uithorittes said he apparently was murdered." Parents to Discuss Plans for Organizing Gosnell Boy Scout Troop The second in a series of three parent meetings will be conducted at the First Methodist Church in 'Gosnell at the Air Base at 8 p.m tomorrow, to study the formation o a Cub Scout Troop. The Rev. Lee Anderson, as pnsto of the church, will act as leader o the sponsoring institution. He sal today that parents of boys belwee the ages of nine and 11, tncluslv should attend the meeting. north school lo Ccmetcrv Ronn; at the home of the Rev. E. C. Brown. 806 West Ash from Walnut to Ash from Broadway to Division streets; at the home of Joe Atkins. 1512 West A?h, south of Chickasawba. west of Division; at the home of \V. E. Auten. 1518 Hr-am, north of Chicka- sawbn. west of Cemetery Hoad; and at the home of Mrs. Leslie Ken- wrlRhl at 312 South Franklin, for those in the First Baptist Church Chapel area. Five Men Accused As Drunken Drivers Five men forfeited cash bonds li Municipal Court this morning o charges of driving while under the influence of liquor. They were William W. Wadkins, $45.15: O. C. Watkins. William !r- by, Albert Slaughter, and Jess l,y- erly. $45.25. each. D.P.L No. 15 COTTON SEED Detinted, Treated And Sacked 5% Germinatta 1 Vear from SUtlom A TON OR A CARLOAD Also Good ALFALFA HAY For Sale Scott Alley SIGN & NEON SERVICE Magers & Gill '1.35 45 QT. $4.22 Constant growth of our business has made it necessary lo increase our Iclcphone facilities. This necessitated changing our number. Our telephone number is Think of An Apple EFFECTIVE Al'UlL UNITED INSURANCE 12, 1949 AGENCY S6PROOF,70%GRAINNEUTRAISPIRITS KENTUCKYWHlSKEY.ABLEND.scHENLEY DISTILIIRS CORP., N. Y. c "The Friendly Insurance Service First & Main — Ingram Building Make All Type We Insure Everything •arth Tremor Felt n California Today LOS ANGELES, May 2 (fl"J—A slight earth tremor was fell lluli- cwt a wide area of Southern Cali- 'ornln early today. There was »o damage reported. The shock began around 3:29 a.m.. Pacific Standard Time <5:M a.m., CS'D and lasted but a few seconds. In suburban South Gate, Police Officer Hans Meyer snid the tremor shook walls and rattled pictures and windows. In downtown Los Angeles, a switchboard operator in the county building snirt (he shock was felt j on the fifth Iloor there. It was felt as far away as Blythc on the Arizona border, Inrtlo. on the desert. San Bernardino, Bnn- ning and rtlverslcle. All reported minor shock. S. Missed Scoutmasters Get Special Training Weston P. Ellis of Victoria will conduct the second training class for South Mississippi County Scoutmasters and Sconters at the Kciser School at 1:30 tomorrow night. The training course wns started Inst Ttisedny night nnd Included study on three consecutive Tuesday nights lo complete the course. The meeting tomorrow niKhl will deal with the securing of parent cooperation in scouting activities nnd the methods of conductliiE troop and patrol meetings. Firemen Mafce Two Runs Blytheville firemen answered two alarms over the week-end, but here wa.s only slight damage at first place. The second was a alse alarm. Fire chief Roy Head said that n overheated oil cook stove at the ome of Lois Ciammons at 101 East Rose Street, caused a slight dam- ge st 6:30 Saturday. The second larni was at 10:30 last night. FARM DITCHES DITCH BANK LEVELING PRIVATE ROADS f OR DESSERT OR ANY 'anada Ratifies Pact Ottawa, May 2 (Ft— Canada rallied the North Atlantic Puct Saturday. Prime Minister Louis St. Laurent old a news conference he signed ,he instrument of ratification just )efore the adjournment of parliament, which voted It earlier. He iald he believed Canada is the first to ratify the defense treaty. EXCAVATION S. J.COHEN Contractor LYNCH BLDG. BLYTHEVILLE ARK. Pickard's Gro and Market 1044 Chickasawba .SWIFT'S PREMIU : BRANDED BEEF TOMORROW IS THE DAY! A Also Sold at We Specialize in Fancy Meats and Groceries We Deliver Phone 2043 Plenty of Parking Space Woods Drug Store 221 West Main SHEET METAL WORK Diet work, blowpipe*, gutter ... all ij- v «,. For expert work e»M Taylor Lajten, 828. 112 North Firsl. • Blytheville Tin Shop 1 When You BEAUTIFY YOUR HOME Call D. C. FREEMAN 32 Years Experience • DuPoiU Paints • Imperial Wallpaper Phone •129J LAUNDRY and DRY CLEANING EXPERT SERVICE Just Call 4474 ATTENTION Soybean Growers! DORTCHSOY NO. 2 SEED SOYBEANS cleaned, Tested and Tagged. PRICE $2.75 litishcl. In Our New Location 517 E. Main SPECIALLY- FOR HOUSEWIVES 10 191fl Soybean Support Price 909o Parity. Vz-Pint of True-Tagg White Enamel 1 Pure Bristle Brush A 95c VALUE for ONLY TUESDAY, MAY 3rd, ONLY! Bring this art with you Tuesday in order J lo get the speelal otter above. l N'itmc . ' Address We Sell and Recommend TRUE-TAGG 100 r r Pure Paint Products Produce more soybeans per aerc by planting Dortchsoy No. 2, highest yieliicr in 1948 yield contest. Seed For Sale By BLYTHEVILLE SOYBEAN CORPORATION 1SOO West Main Phone 856-857 Cotton Seed For Sale Burdette Deltapine 78 $750 State Certified Blue Tag per 100 Ibs. Big Boll — Easy to Pick BlythevilleGlass & Paint Co GLASS & GLAZING FOR ALL PURPOSES 510 East iMainSlvecl Phone 1906 Good Turnout — Good Staple BURDETTE PLANTATION BURDETTE, ARK. Phone: Blytheville 782

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