The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 18, 1946 · Page 5
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TUKSDAY, JUNK 18, 1946 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK,)' COURIER NEWS Act 107 Rushed To Supreme Court Ruling is Sought Before Summer's Parry Primaries LITTLE HOCK, June 18. (UP) — Arkansas' politically-wise touay were watching tile progress ot tne slate's upnaratc federal primary law toward llie supreme court. Chancellor Frank Dodge in IHilfts- ki Chancery Court held ycslorajiy Iliat the law (Act 107 of 1945) wan unconstitutional. Harvey Cornea, secretary of the Stale Democratic Central Committee declared mat (ranscripl.s \votilcl be filed tomorrow and that briefs would be euo- mitlcd to the high court at Us session next Monday. Cum t officials here Indicated tha: the case would lie advanced as a matter of public interest, and that, a decision was expected before fie court adjourns for the summer on July 8. Three major developments '*'erc outlined by Combs in the even* the supreme Court upholds the chancery ruling that the law is unconstitutional: 1. The names of all federal candidates, certified [<> county committee secretaries last week 101 placement O n the federal ballot July lli would go on the regular state primary ballot to be voted July •M. 2. candidates for U. S. congress vonlti be voted upon in nil counties 'ami w>t merely in the one- third or less which have appropriated money for separate federal elections. 3. Charles B. Ivy of Sprlncdalc. whose party pledge and filing fee were received by combs 24 hflu'.» loo late, .may be certified as a (Jimdidate against Congressman, J. T. Trimble of Berryvillc. Combs advised that he had written countv secretaries riot to have Ballots printed until the final oui- Bfjmc of the Supreme Court suit. Seeks Judgeship Charles Uiht Charles W. Light, Paragould has authorized the Courier Newb to make formal announcement o his candidacy for judge of the Second Ju'diclal District subjec to I he action of the Democrat!' primaries this summer. lope for Labor .egislation Fades Southerners Show Disgust at Stand Taken by Truman WASHINGTON. June 18. (UP) — liunces for passage of permanent like control legislation at this session of Congress virtually rallied today. , , , Chairman James E. Murrfiy, D., lont.. of the Senate Labor Uoui- riittcc said in nn interview \tliiit ;0jigiws should put In "at ieiu iyenr o t study" before It attemuw j draft long-range labor logisi»- 011. , Southern representatives, mrmn- tfhilc, said they have dropped tt- ?Hs to win permanent slriv n co n- lols at tills session. They linn considered adding the vetoed case Four Arkansans To Be Honored At Reception WASHINGTON, June 18—Four native .sons of Arkansas will nu honored at a reception to be given by the Arkansas Slate Society in Washington Sunday at the National Press Clv.b Auditorium here. The four men are: .lohn W. Snydcr. director of tnc Office of War Mobilization and Re— Lonveision and recently nominated as secretary of the treasurer; k?s- lle Bllllc, secretary of the Senate; Dr. John R. Stclhnan, spsciai labor adviser to President Truman, Bolon B. Turner, presiding Judge of the Tax coiirt of tne U. K. . Tn o reception will be »n Alt- Arkansas affair In recognition or the services v.'hicli the four men have rendered to the country. Oov. Ben Laney has been invited to at- icnn as official representative :>i Hie state. Morgan Bc.Uty, nationally Known ^^"•s commentator antf n natwe ^R^ Fort Smith, \vlll be master 01 ceremonies, and will introduce the Tour honorcss. Boyd Cypcrt, to.rmer business manager of the .Unjversi'.y or ArKansiis wlio is iicnv>an-attorne.y lor tile Tax Court, «iirpreslcie L bycr the meeting as |)rcsident of tne State. Society, Memphis Hospital Boycott Ended by Anesthetists MEMPHIS. Tenn,, June 18. IUP —One cause of friction at t" Haplisl Hospital her,, was elttiu natcd to<lay when the hospital r« turned to its normal schedule c oiierntlnB lees, ending a bojcol staged by the local Nurse Ancth" lists in protest to a fee system in augurated last week. , 'Hie return' to the old fee «•• tern was announced last night b the executive committee of the hos |)ital, supported by the Baptist conventions of Tennessee, Aryans* and Mississippi, and one of tl largest hospitals In the south. Charges that the hospital hr. shown favorlttsm to certain do tors continued, however, as t Webster Rlggs made public a le ter stating thai he had been <Jln criminated against, In March 131 while Attempting to place patlen in the hospital. PAGE FTVB Hill to President Truman's rmtt- Bcncy strike control bill and then trying to override a probable pr««- Iclcntlul veto ot the merged >nr«- sure. But a survey showed th» Sedate A0ul<| Jail to override tiw veto by three vote*. The President's emergency laoor legislation, already passed in different forms by the HOUSE nna Senate, now Is before (he Home Units Committee for n decision on parliamentary procedure. Borne committee members said the bill might be reported out today. Differences in the Sctintc mid House versions must be worked out before il can ba sent to the President. • There wus lit lie eagerness, now- cver. from nny House group ror reporting (he president's bill. Onr mcin.bvr.gnkl most southerners dls4itst<i<l" with the admlnistxa- bn,'^! mill tide towards Inbor »no that,;'.'we wish (» leave the slbllHy where it belong). T ; Murray, a leading member or tn» Kenalc'K pro-lnbor bloc, said con Hi'ess must consider the "whole eeono- micscene" of the nation us well u: Hie "direct rirliillonshliB" between tile senrcli was stailed. Inbor find iniuin He Rssertf<l ihul the "march of monopoly mid the, concentration oi Business" must be thoroiithly slu- dlcd because "they tire among tnu prime causes of labor trouble*." Lake Yields Body of Boy On Sunday School Picnic WEST MILPORD, N. J., June 18. (UP)—state police tound tlio body of seveu-yenr-old Lurry UlossfeUi, Teiineck, N. J., c arly lo<l»y, lylim In the water pf Forest Hills Pnrk lake, a sliorl distance from where he disappeared while iillciiillni; " Sumlny School .picnic SatvirdM'. The body was found flontlnR near one of the docks that border the Inke. Passalc County Coronci Cleorge Sunrent ordered it removed to • t Rlverd»le J>uneru! partm-. . ^Thc youth, (lUi soli ot Mr. and Mrs. Albert R.^BIositfctd. dlsivp- peaved while wnlklnti ivlonR thn »l)or c of the lake with. h|s mother find baby sister. His mother no!Iced his absence almost Immediately and CAKI> 01- THANKS We wish to thiink nil our friends, nclKhbors, doctors and must's for their kindness amlliclp ddrlng tile Illness and death of our Mother. Mrs. J. M, Crouch. Kdgur i,. crouch, Frank ci. crouch Wobb Crouch Mrs. M. 'V. Williamson Mrs. CI. M. Klmbrell Mrs. H. K. Quulls. Read Courier Me»* Want Ad*. Wo Arc Proud To Announce That Mrs. Thelma Parks h«f Julnei] uur Hlaff ; and will wrli'ume you ui ' CALDWELL HKAUTY SIIO1' \ V\ni Nutlonal Hunk Hldf. ' '1'honc 2592 Join the Ark. Automobile Club b and enjoy it's many benefits YOUR MEMBERSHIP SAVES YOU 20 % ON AUTO INSURANCE Ivan R. VanPatten Your Sales Representative 418 S. Luke St. .. 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