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TUESDAY, JUNK 21, 1949 BLITHEVILLE (ARK.)' COURIE* MCWB PAGE THREE Court Nullifies School Measure Decision by High Tribunal Wipe* Out Act, Part of Another •Iderly Man Aliases : /eeces Widow LITTLE ROCK, June 21 The Arkans&s Supreme Court yesterday wiped /out one act ot the 1949 legislature and part of sm- her in a single opinion. opinion by Justice J. S. Holt, In effect Invalidated Act 270, which attempts to' authorize a special school election and overruled parts of Act 161 which provides for special election on bond issues. The opinion reversed a Prairie Chancery Court decree approving a special Hazen School District No. 2 bond election held under provisions of Act 161, The act authorizes school districts to issue bonds equal to 15 per ceni I of the assessed valuation of the district and levy taxes to suppori them, it also provides for special elections to approve bonds. The supreme court has held thai under constitutional Amendmen No. 40, adopted in 1948, specia school elections of any kind are pro| hibited. II followed that ruling yes terday In invalidating the specia Hazen district election April 30. By a 33-0 vote, the district hai approved a $15,000 bond issue am I levied 'a six mills tax to suppor the bond issue. Act 161 does not contain a sever ability clause winch preserves th remainder of an act should an portion be found invalid. Members of the supreme cour [ said informally today that the did not rule on Invnltdty of the re mainder of act but they pointe | out, however, that the court's lin of decision has been that eve though an act docs not carry severability clause, it will stand des «Rlte & defective section, if sue ^fction does not wreck the prln clpal portion of the act. Yesterday's opinion did not direc tly Invalidate Act 270 .but the opln ion noted in reaching the decisio I Against special elections that have not overlooked A*ct 270." Farm, Factory Plan is Studied CHICAGO, June 21. (*)—A dap- »r, 73-year-old man with a na- ional police record and IS aliases •as hunted today as the swindler ( » Chicago widow whom he wooed. A daughter of the woman who ost »,000 identified him from *. ogue's gallery picture. The photo was that of Sigmund Z. Engel. The laughter said he had posed as Sam Ingel, a Hollywood producer. The eal Sam Engel has been in Eng- and a month or longer. The chatter-artist disappeared 'une 5 after he had persuaded at- ractive Mrs. Reseda Corrigan. 39. and her three teen-aged children to draw $5,000 from a bank and give it :o him. A 19-year-old daughter. Reseda J. Corrigan, identified a rogue's lallery photograph from police files as the man her mother promised to marry and who received the money. He ducked out, the girl said, on the eve of the planned wedding. And Mrs. Corrigan also Is missing. Reseda said her mother left June 12 after receiving a telephone call, telling the daughter she was "going to get my money back." Mrs. Corrigan didn't say where. Police said "Engle's record showed he has operated confidence games in Chicago, Milwaukee, New York. City, Miami, Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, Washington, and Los Angeles. Chicago police listed these aliases for Engel: Lord Beaverbrook, Frederich Stewart, Berthold Mansfield, Karl Edwards, Adolph Morgenstern. Kenneth A. Bennett, Robert Whitman. Herman Krucger. Harold Ingels. John Weidemeier, Vernon Short, Arthur Brooks, Wallace Seigfried, and his stage name, Sigmund Rennee. Union Picketers Must Pay Fines, Serve Sentences, High Court Rules Economic Advisers Socking Way to Aid South'* Development WASHINGTON, June Jl. The President's Council of Economic Advisers today studied • proposed new pattern of federal policy to develop the farms and factories of the South. The report was prepared at the council's request by the National Planning Association. Its emphasis. the association said, Is on policies to serve "the best interests of the entire nation" rather than the special interest of the South. The recommendations include: 1. An increase In personal income tax exemptions to boost the buying power of consumers. 2. Direct subsidies to farmers under a support system somewhat similar to the "Brannan plan" but. In 1U authors' opinion, "less costly." 3. Measures to check the flight of capital from the South If a recession strikes; also, the location of an "appropriate" share of defense industries In the South. 4. An increase in the minimum wage between 60 and 75 cents. but on a flexible system to permit changes If the general price level moves up or down. 5. Expanded programs of conservation and development of soil, forest, water, mineral and other resources. This would include more valley "authorities" if surveys showed them to be economically sound. LITTLE ROCK, June 21. <JPt— The Arkansas Supreme Court yesterday refuted to set aside fines and Jill sentences of sin union members cited for contempt of the Washington Chancery Court for violating an Injunction against picketing. The court said Chancellor John K. Butt hid the right to forbid the men to "picket until their legal right to do so In the circumstances should be determined." Cited by the chancellor were C. E. Carries, business manager, and K. 8. Kreilzer, J. M. Ttwrmbeiry. Jack Winters, Jesse Barnes and Robert Eaton, members of the International Hod-carriers Building and Common Laborers Union. They were arrested for picketing construction of an Ozark Rural Electrification Cooperative building in Fayetteville on which Carl Tune was the contractor. Tune filed the original complaint charging the union caused the strike and that unlawful picketing was being carried on. The Supreme Court said the record shows a temporary restraining order was Issued "with consent of the defendants." When picketing continued. Carnes and the five union members were cited for contempt and each finec f5f) and sentenced to ten days In The defendants contended that the lower court was without Jurisdiction because no Injunction bond was Issued. The Supreme Court said, however, that "the defendants were not certain respecting their rights and required time to confer with counsel hence the delay was to their advantage." It also was insisted that the court could not prohibit peaceful picketing. On that point the high court said "where a court has jurisdiction of the subject matter ind the person, It may exercise Its apparent power even though error is committed in doing so." The defendants also denied thai the Injunction was by consent. The Supreme Court said if that, was so. It should have been shown "through a bystanders' bill of exceptions. Our statutes protect litigants against such mistakes and give preferential treatment to the bill." The ruling concluded that "the situation narrows down to the simple proposition that the defendants chase to follow advice ol persons who were mistaken regarding the legal effect of what they proposed to do. In taking this course they assumed a responsibility for that mistake, and their misfortune mast be left to the sound discretion of the trial court." Suprcm* Court Upholds Mississippi Tax Levy WASHINGTON, June 21. (F>— The Supreme Court yesterday upheld 5 to 4 * Mississippi tax of two per cent on the gross receipts of the Interstate oil Pipe Line Com- pany's business of transporting crude oil within the state. Justice Rutledge delivered the majority decision. Justice Reed wrote * dissent, In which Chief Justice Vinson and Justices Frankfurter and Jackson concurred. Th« comp»ny appealed to the hl«h tribunal from > decision by the Mississippi Supreme Court which upheld validity of the levy. The firm contended Its transportation of crude oil Is In Interstate commerce since all of It ultimately Is shipped out of Mississippi. Read counej newt Want Ad* FLAME CULTIVATORS IMMEDIATE DELIVERIES MADE FROM STOCK TWO-ROW CULTIVATORS FOUH-ROW CULTIVATORS ALL PATENT ROYALTIES & LICENSE FEES PAID SATISFACTION GUARANTEED If not completely satisfied with Barksdale Flame Cultivator you may return it within 10 days and get money hack. BARKSDALE MANUFACTURING COMPANY Blytheville, Arkansas Telephone 2911-Day 2133-Night Child Fractures Skull .In Fall From Window FORT SMITH, Ark., June 21 </r —Tiny Carolyn Sue Brunett months, was resting well in a Smith hospital yesterday after falling head first from a second story window. The child, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Bnmett of McAlester, Okla., was playing with her three year old sister in an upstairs bedroom of the home of Mr. and Mrs. I Troy Thompson, where they were visiting with their parents. They had unlatched the screen of a large window, and the child toopliMl out. She has a possible skull fracture but her condition was described as ."good" by the doctors. Father Climbs into Attic, Dies with Twin Daughters FOLLANSBEE, W. Va., June 21 f/P)—A father climbed into the burning attic of his home early yesterday after his three-year-old twin daughters and died along with them. Norman Long, 38. was found near an attic window with one of the ins in his arms. Defective wiring apparently star- d the fire in the attic, where the tie girls slept. A motorist saw the aze about 1:30 a.m. and spread e alarm through Hooverson eights, a small village near here. Smoke apparently awoke Mrs. ong about the same time. Her usband ran up to the attic. Mrs. ong escaped with facial burns. IN THE PROBATE COURT FOR THE CHTCKASAWBA mSTRICT, MISSISSIPPI COIINY. ARKANSAS TN THE MATTER OP ^E ESTATE OF: No. 1361 5JOSEPHINE WERT—DECEASED NOTICE Notice is hereby given that the undersigned, as Administrator of the estate of Josephine Wert, deceased, will on the 12 day of July 19*?, oiler for sale at public auction to the highest gidder, on credit of three months, at the East door of the courthouse in Blythe- viHe, Arkansas, the following described property belonging to sale estate .to-wit: LOT FOURTEEN (14). BLOCK SEVEN (7), OF THE HIGHLAND PLACE ADDITION TO THE CITY OF BLYTHEVrLLE, ARKANSAS That sai(l sa| e will be conducted at said East door between the h6nrs of Ten o'clock in the forenoon and Three O'clock in the afternoon of the date set forth herein above. Given under my hand as such Administrator of such estate this 20 day of June. 1949. ARTHUR S. HARRISON, Administrator 621,49 628[4 7J5.4 PITTSBURGH WATERSPAR ' WOODWORK niRHITURI - :ik« th« xtv $403 \Pt Chiggers usually arc not found in hardwood groves, and thus oaks or elms are better spots for public grounds to avoid these insects. WARNING ORDER The defendant. Ray McWilliams, Ls hereby warned to appear in the Chancery Court for the Chickasawba District of Mississippi County, Arkansas within thirty days and answer the complaint of the plaintiff, Hnzcl McWiUtams. filed against him in said court, Case No. 10.U10, and upon his failure so Lo do, sp.id complaint will be taken,as confessed. Witness my hand as clerk of said court and the seal thereof this 6th day of June, 1949. HARVEY MORRIS, Clerk By Betty Ball, D.C Reid and Roy, altys, for plaintiff. Oscar Fendler, atty. ad litem. 6:7-14-21-28 upreme Court Action tops School Building JONESBORO, Ark., June 20. (/PI— $73,000 building program for the ettleton School District was short- ved. The patrons of the district voted aturday 137-22 for the bond Issue. oday's Supreme Court action in e Hazen case nullified the action. "We will vote It again in Sep- ember," Supt. M. S. Burge said. WARNING ORDER In the Chancery Court, Chickasawba District, Mississippi County, Arkansas. Evelyn Woodhouse, Ptf. vs. No. 10,93O Paul E. Woodhouse, Dft. The defendant, Paul E. Woodhouse, is hereby warned to appear within thirty days in the court named in the caption hereof and answer the complaint of the plaintiff. Evelyn S. Woodhouse. Dated this 20 day of June. 1949. HARVEY MORRIS. By Pat Morton, D. C Gene Bradley, atty. for ptf. C. F. Cooper, atty ad litem. SMASH RANGES FEATURED IN OUR WINDOW I NTERN ATION AL STERL1 NG Prelude ii probably America's favorite sterling pattern .. . and no wonder! Its graceful shaft it concavt . . . catching the light with rare brilliance. 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