The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 20, 1947 · Page 12
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 12

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, May 20, 1947
Page 12
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PAGE TWELVE BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS TUESDAY, MAY 20, 1947 Felon Loses Plea For Injunction High Court Enjoins .Pulaski Judge From • Hearing Petition BY BOB BKO1VN (Dtittd Press Staff Correspoinlcnl) IITTLE ROOK, Ark., May 20. <Uf)—The Arkansas Supreme Court yetlcrday reversed ronr of seven «kse s on wliicli It handed down decisions and made p.'nnnncnt a temporary writ prohibiting Pulaski Circuit Judge Lawrence C. Anlen from acting on a petition for a writ, ol Imbeas corpus by J^ck McAllister. The court held that Auten did , not have Jurisdiction in tlie McAllister case which originated i" Sebastian County. Sentenced to two years for four- Klary and assault with intent to kill,' MeAllister Had sought to escape the prison sentence hy asking Aulen to issue the writ. He contended that his attornevr, had failed to file a bill of cxccplloiu in tvp- pealing to the Supreme Court. He further asserted that if the l)ii had been filed the Supreme Cour would not have upheld the Sebastian court jury. The court refused lo consider whether Negligent failure of coui.- sel" to complete a record for i'.p- peal could properly be made the basis of a clnim thai MoAllisler had been denied "due process of law." The court reversed nnd remanded a land s'n'l orlglnatinit in Pu- lasjci Chancery Court. The court held that Mrs. Alice ,G. Emersou ha£ no risjhl to sell properLv whlcli she earlier had dedicated as n street. Mrs. Fmerson solrt five lots to Mr. and Mrs. J. I/. Butler attempted to sell an adjninr.KC street wheii thp city planning cotn- mlvion refused to open the property as a street. The court also reversed a Washington Chancery Court decision dismissing a suit brought by 82- y«ar-nld Miss Isabella Mack to re- coyer-a £5,000 balance ol purchase money riuc On the sale of her home. The decision directed the court to rcntlnr n decree for $5.010 in favor of Miss Mack and to declare a lion on the properly. The third case the suormne court Good Neighbors Help a Grief-Torn Father civilian again but lie sill! thought American youth needed the training Just In case we have another war." Pvt. Arlo Vance, 19, of Seattle, Wash., said every 'tccn agcr ought o take military training because t "helps a fellow get straightened ul." nut Pvt. Thomas C. Stout, 18, Richmond, Cal., said he didn't think ioys should be forced to take the mining. "You shouldn't pull a guy lut of school U> take It," he said- I'vl. Dnnlcl Cook, 17, Plqua, Ohio. laid It was a "good deal" and he wluld like to stay another six nonths. The first group of 040 trainees vlll KO out next month and a new jroup begins. The army Is at- pmpling to put over the Idea that ill 18-year-olds should have si" months military Induing plus six nonths nl Die regulars or reserves- Congressional action on the pro; George Wccklcr. farmer of ncnr Fort Atkinson, \Vis., is near collapse from worry aiul firlef over thft disappearance of his ci8ht-yc;ir-olcl daughter, Georgia Jciin, weeks Hgo. Hut his crops ore going in. Here yood neighbors liave assembled n tractor arm ada to do the job. Others sheared Weckler's sheep'. Weckler stands at ridlit in the above uicliira. U. S. Army Innovation Doubtless Wjl! Humiliate Some Top Kicks i-'o:rr K'N'ox. Ky., Miy 20. iU!') —Two military vehicle; bumped to a halt on a rutted Kentucky hill ro:ul <m the outskirts of a "Jap" village. A universal military tniin- iii': .service platoon of teen-a^ers had a nearby pillbox under allnck- A yoims captain lelt the platoon, marched stiffly to one of Ihe vehicles anil received brief instructions from n superior officer in the car. and he. turned toward the platoon ho was lending. "1'rivales McCarrahce and I'U'clies ] front iind center onr the double," he shouted. lie puuscd, then added quickly, "please!" Thai "please" is typical of the new relationship of officer lo enlisted man in the experimental universal training unit. The enlisted man is treated with respect. He never nets a "cussing out." Instructors and recruits alike bc- Jievc this should be applic<! to the reversed was that of William Lovd i whole army. Unrnell vs. Mr. nnd Mrs. W. T. j The two men' were Pvt. Edward Smith. The decision reversed ajj. McCarrahce, 18, Pfc. George II. Soone Chanccrv decree modifying [I'irchcs, 18, both of Coatcsvlllc, Pa. darn easy." In the mess hall, some of Ihe trainees unburdened thdi (jri])es and ])raise. • 1'vl. George Eaton, n, of New Oj'lciins, said he thought it was : pretty i;oo ( | Idea because it woul keep America strong. Pvt'Robert nenioskl, 18, Plttstor I J a., said he couldn't wait to bo a posal Is awaiting a report by a presidential committee. The principal changes outlined by officers are a new respect for Individual soldier rights, stronger moral guidance by the chaplain and more recreational facilities. Otherwise it's the same old army, they said. Griftithville Man Chosen To Beebe School Board IJITTLE ROCK. Ark., May 20 (UP)—The appointment of John W Story of Griffithvillc, Ark., as member of the board of the Beebo Junior Agricultural College wai announced yesterday by Gov. Bci Lancy. Story succeeds J. W. Watson DCS Arc wiio resigned recently. Fowlston School of Music Is Offering Special Summer Classes PIANO - ORGAN — VOICE Mrs. Dalton C. Fowlston, B. A., S. M. M. Term starts June 2nd through August 31, 19-17. A special price i'or the three months term in piano is being offered. For information, call or write — 809 Chickasawba Phone 2049 SEED SOYBEANS CERTIFIED IMPROVED ARKSOY EARLY MATURING ..Foundation Stock—Direct From Urecder Recent test proved yields 3 to 5 more bushels per acre and stands up better than lialsoy. BlytheviHe Soybean Corp. 1800 W. Main Phone 85C-857 an earlier order giving Mr. and Mrs. Smith partial custody of their grandchild. The fourth reversal crime ill a Craighead Counts' case when lha Supreme Court ordered a judiimenl on eight. acres of land rendered in favor Gtunbill. of ' George They nyrccd the pioyrtim has its good ami bail points. They said reiilacemenl training center soldiers not fortunate enough to gel enrolled in the experimental unit "call us 'senior Hoy Scouts'." "They read too much in the pa- A]c:ic pe r _ s nbotiL what an easy deal we Lmney Orders Fugitive Returned to Missouri liITTLE :Kpok, Ark., -May 20. KW)—Gov. Ben Lancy yc.stcrd.iy ordered Joe Eaj'l \Vhite extnidited to Greene County, Mo., to face charges of felonious assault. The extradition papers were completed following a. hearing at Use cupitol jn^IjtUe' Reck. ( ;• White who 1ms been detained by sheriff Charles Womble of Benton County, is charged with assaulting Peyton A. Eloc near Springfield, Mo. huve," said McCarrahce, -wiping sweat from his brow. "It's not so ^ ™ ™ " "" ™ "" "" ~ """ "" ~ ™——- — — -. ; We Guarantee RECAPPING with Hawkinsoo Treads 1 Let Your Next Tires Be 1 GENERALS Unl * L»n* Dtatence Marine HI) u& •fftlwnl. At*- fuwy Z9«u«4 Ovmtna •M KIM. BKTUM. 1 Cost More — Worth More MODINGER TIRE CO. Get 'yours today At liule cost, you ciu enjoy better nulio reception, more distance and volume, by replacing weak, failing battery with a long-life Philco battery. Come in— tell us tlie make and model number of your set. We'll provide the battery you need, in a jiffy. Be dy to enjoy favorite programs all season long. HUBBARDwRN/TURE co. 307 East Main Phone 519 "Sucli a lucky lady —with a pretty house, nice husband and children — and lots and lots of servants!" "You're wrong about the servants. I live in a 6-room house, and balance a budget 1" . "But, Madam, you liavc servants to help you in every room? And you pay them very little, indeed. You have a servant to assist with your laundry. ! Another lo help cook your meals. A third to protect your food. A fourth to ; clean. More lo heat and light your home, and entertain you when you're bored. Yon have electrical servants, Madam — the most willing and depend-' able servants in the world!" 'Of course, I have electricity but I never though!-''. 1 In's army of domestic help costs you less than a holtlc of milk a day! So you see electric service is not only high in efficiency, it's low in coStl Twenty years ago the average family got only half as much electric service for llic money as it gets today. 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