The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 3, 1947 · Page 8
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PACE TEN IJIATilEVII.LE (AltK.)" COURIER NEWS Election Board's DutiesareDefined Madison Commission Lacked Authority to Throw Out Ballots LITTLE ROCK. Ark., June 3. •UP) — Thc Arkansas Supreme cou,^ vcsterday dismissed one ap- p * ftl i|j?' 1 reversed four of seven other cases upon which It acted. Dismissed was an appeal from a Madison CouiHy Circuit Court decision refusing to order the Mn- dlson County Board or Election commissioners-to count nil s.l»en- toe ballots In Ihc 194B general election. The lower court decision came after J. H. Dotson, Republican candidate for sheriff, charged that the commissioners refused to count 150 of 200 absentee ballots. Lester Keck, Republican member or the commission, admitted the truth of Dotson's charge. Granting that the ballots should be counted, the Supreme Court nevertheless dismissed the appeal lie- cause the question had become "moot" In that it Is too late to at ford Dotson any relief. The 4 to 3 decision said that | while the commission has the power and authority to hear and determine the legality or challenged . ballots, "it does not have and i: I Blvcn no power to arbitrarily dls franchise an elector who has cnst a ballot." The decision said tin commission's duties are purely mill istcrlal. Reversed was a Pulaskj Chancery Lots of Bounce Southern Pacific President Visits Texas UN Group Rejects Bid to Counteract False Propaganda TUESDAY, JUNE 3, , N. Y., June 3-- A cvcchoslovaklim proposal nsklns for action to counli'i.ict false news and derlimmtury cum- piitKiis was rejected toduy by the. United Nations Subcomnilssliin on Freedom of Information, as It moved to finish Its work tlil.i week. Members of (h e commission siild Ihcy ncrcoa with the spirit of the proposal but felt It was bpya'ul tlirlr Jurisdiction. They ntc plun- iilnt! (he wnclu for H Wciiid Conference on i'Ti'odoin or intormatlon next .SprltiB In Kui'opo, ' Ur. Charles Humphrey, secretary >f the Ki'uup, said thill tin- commission hud no power to undertake Hit' task. The proposal WHS rejected uy n vote or 6 lo •!. Southern Pacific President A. T. Merelcr, now on a swing through Texas, paused in Ennls. >ind while there, bought the first Buddy Poppy to be suid in Ennls. Jlninilc Moore, son of Cerium Moore editor of thc Eimls Dail *' Ncws - Wils tllc l'' ck y CtiU Scout fleeted losell Mr. Mercier his poppy. (NBA TelLptioloi Court decision which had declared a paragraph in the will of the late Sam V. Bracy. Si:, to be voicV The lower court had quieted title o the 20-acre White Oaks liome u Sam V. Bracy, Jr.. Mary Bracy Manning. Alfred M. Bracy and Nancy Bracy. The supreme court ordered the property sold and thc proceeds divided nine ways to the "parental family" of thc late Bracy. Also reversed was a Pulaski Circuit Court decision upholding thc Little Rock Municipal Court in a- wardinjj A. Karcher Candy Co., Judgment for $60 against Ewcll Hopkins. The circuit Court had revised the city court when Hopkins contended that the statute of limitations had run out. The Supreme Court said the Arkansas law allows action on judgments and decrees too be started within* 10 years. Other reversals were in two land •suits filed iii Green and Cleveland counties. \ Affirmed was a Drew County circuit court case refusing to alto-* thc Little Rock Business brokers to collect a commission on a nonexistent theater sale In Monticello Also affirmed was a Gnrlund chancery court decision granting Tom L. McGuire and T. D. Short exclusive rights to operate commercial boats on a one-mile stretch or stokes creek. The men said they urchnscd one lot along the creek rom Ida Levi under the agrec- icnt that they be allowed excusive boating rights along the en- ire waterfront owned by Mrs. jjcvi. r ,The decision upheld an injunc- ion enjoining the Edkewatcr Ixxlgc, Vhilewatcr Lodge. 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People with faith risked their savings. Better and better service, at lower and lower cost, created more and more jobs—and carried the benefits of electric living to more and more people. Free enterprise and hard work will bring Butch and his bike together. They are what built America and thc American way of life, which is the highest standard of living in the world. No nation on earth has found a satisfactory substitute for that combination. • Liltcnto the New Electric Hour— Ihc HOUR OF CHARM: „ Sundays, 4:30 P. M., EOT, CBS. m-MOPOWERCO. ft 3 OitrSuaittm to Stm fyit _ | — OWAttfTO ffWCYWt£TT£*/ '

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