The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 22, 1947 · Page 12
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T PAGE TWELVE BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS TUESDAY, APRIL 22, 1047 Election Board Powers Defined •; Supreme Court Rules ; Lbnoke Commissioners •. Exceeded Authority •'• LITTLE ROCK, Ark., April 22. (UP) — The Arkansas Supreme Court ruled yesterday that county boards of election commissioners have ministerial but not Judicial authority. V ".. The opinion came when the court dismissed nn appeal from Lonoke Chancery Court and ruled again: / {he County Board of Election Commissioners. The court pointed out (hat Hie duties o[ election commissioners in Arkansas nre of a ministerial nature and thnt any oihcr function of a board is not covered by law. The ruling .was in connection •with an appeal by Troy Carroll who sought to run as an independent candidate for Lonokc County judge in the November general election. Carroll presented the board with a petition of 77 names of alleged • certified electors of Ixmoke Coun- | ty, biit the board charged that the petition was not valid ami refused to place Curroll's name on the ballot. The commissioners asserted that 34 of the 77 signers had failed to sjgn their assessment blanks and that eight had paid no poll taxes. A demurrer to Carroll's petition for a writ of mandamus was sustained in the lower court and the petition was dismissed. The opinion, written by Associate Justice Frank G. Smith, ruled in Carroll's favor but dismissed the appeal because of the "moot nature" of'the question. "The duties of. the election commission are ministerial nnrt not judicial," the opinion said. "The board has the power to determine whether a nrima facie .showing of a sufficient petition has been made, but it has no other functions." The court hel dthe question was moot in the sense that the Supreme Court cnnnot grant relict sought, but It is not moot in the sense thai it is important to decide n practical question of great public interest which may arise In any future election. 1 ' In other action, the Supreme Court upheld the Second Division Union Chancery .Court, in injoin- 1ng permanently Roy c. Duren from practicing optomctry in El Dorado. The lower court Issued !hc injunction after the State Board of Optomclry charged that Duren was practicing without the license re' quired that Duren had never ap- > plied for a license. '. The Supreme Court ruled that - the law required a license and held .that the evidence Duren was prac- .tlcing without paying Ihe license • "fee. "s New King Mourns CAMX.*** A**+'if\n Heart Sufferers Warned Senate ACltOn Against Over-Exertion Cutting Taxes Due This Week WASHINGTON', April K. (UT> — 1'ini.AOBIjajJA IV P) —If you don't rx?rcisc daily, think twice about tackling that big snowdrilt in front of jour house, A recent increase In deaths from heart causes, particularly during .snowstorms, caused medical au- Tlie Republican -controlled Con-1 Hioritics to warn against the tol'.y trolled Congress appeared certain | O [ sudden ovcr-evcrtlon. ts rs- ... . push- silion from President Truman. I ing stalled automobiles and strug- Alr Forces has endorsed Mlchi-l the final meet on May 18. gan's plans to become the first Events listed Include spot land- state in the country to hold a fly- ings, spot parachute Jumps, target ing meet sanctioned by the stale 1 dropping, spins and cross-"A'iml Amateur Athletic Union. T>;e Civil take-offs and landings. Air Patrol, sponsor of the meet, pluns to have a series of slate- wide eliminations to be capped noiied i^onjju^s nd'L.-.inii v.i-ii.1", 01 suum.n uvui-cverium. today to vote a cut in personal in- | Many of ihe heart ailment; come taxes despite renewed oppo- suited from shoveling paths, j This is the latest picture ot Greece's new king, Paiil 1, and his son, Crown Prince Conslan- titie, B. They are pictured at the funeral of the Inlc King George II in Athens. Photo by NEA j correspondent Leo Sloecker. Some Republican senators even believed that prospects ot a Presidential veto were diminishing in light of Mr. Truman's own weekend report of an Improvement In government finances. The senate Finance Committee prepared to begin lax cut hearing ^ M ° rc ,^ ,^ 1rla , car<Uoto « lsl ot tomorrow and Chairman Eugene »- • 1 " lmr '"' im) "OHmai. Milllkln, n., Colo., predicted both [ the committee and the Senate would approve n measure cmtxxty- Ing the basic ideas of the reduction bill already passed by the House. His committee called .Secretary of ihe Treasury John W. Snv- dcr as first witness. Senate Democratic leaders conceded 11 lax bill would be pa.ssctl. through snowdrifts. "Any added strain thrown on a heart — particularly if it comes suddenly, and most especially il the heart i s damaged — can bring on siKklrji deatli or a long perio'fi ol incapacitation," said Dr. George Ur. Hcbarl A. Rcimann, Jelfcr- i son Hospital medical chief, warned thai even a heavy overcoat could kill a heart victim on a stormy clay. Air Force indorses Michigan Flying Meet DETROIT (UP)—Tile U. S. Armj Coolair Plus Cooling .Leaking Naptho Tank 'Emptied In Texas City * - TEXAS CITY, Tex., April 22. *<UP>— A leaking naplha tank near .explosion-ravaged Texas City wits .emptied today by engineers who *orkcd feverishly through the yight to remove still another blast -threat to the port city. William Howeil, chief engineer foj- the Republic Corp., In whose fenk.' farm the vapor was escaping, said that the task or transferring the highly volatile liquid was hampered by a power shortage and insufficient pumping equipment. Wallace Cancels Speech - COF'ENHAOBN, April 22. IUP1- Ilcnry A. Wallace left lor Par;: last night, his sphedulcd speerh ii Copenhagen cancelled because o: the death of King Christian. You flick a switch and :\ cooling breeze comes Hooding through every room in your home 1 . Fresh, licalthlu) outside air Is drawn In through doors and windows ami up through nn attractive ceiling grille or automatic shutter into n suction box In the ntlic. 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