The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 13, 1950 · Page 14
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PAGE FOURTEEN BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS IN LINE OF DUTY—Rhctt Butler, a Dalmatian fire dog at Knox- viHe, Tenn., gets new bandages on his foot and log, burned by (laming gas in a meat market fire. The nurse is fireman Bob Arwine, who answered the fire alarm with Uhetl. Court Rules Trackless Trolley Is Subject to License Fees LITTLE ROCK, June 13. tfPj—The Arkansas Supreme 'Court said yesterday trackless trolley arc subject to license fees just like gasoline powered buses. The court made this ruling In reversing a Pulaskl chancery Court decision in a suit between the Arkansas Revenue Department and the Capital Transportation Company o[ Little Rock. Stale Revenue Commissioner Dean Morley attempted to collect taxes on the company's 35 trackless . trolleys operating i n Little Rock. The vehicles are operated by 150-horsepower electric motors re- •elring energy from overhead wires. Th« company said It did not have to j»jr th« about SB.OOO-a-year fees lor the trolleys because' act 115 Of IM» authorizes > tax for BMO- •»•' motor buses only. JMlsskl Chancellor Guy,E. Wil- S»mj issued * restraining order prohibiting the revenue department jlrom collecting the tax. The rcve- ' nue department appealed. All Buses Inclined The supreme court said act 115 was written to include all type buses which operated on certain designated city streets, according to regular schedules, and In place or street cars. A new (rial was ordered in the Saline Circuit Court's award of S1.5DO to Fred H. Ball for damage allegedly done to his land by chemicals from the Reynolds iMrlals Company Hurricane Creek phiat near Bcnton. The opinion, written iw Associate Justice Robert A. Lellfar. said Ball would be entitled to damages If he could prove the company actually did discharge poisonous subs'ances from its planl. But he said there wasn't sufficient evidence to support the claim. • Poisonous Chemicals Ball contended poisonous chem- Orphan Given 9 Years for Hatchet Attack MOUNTAIN HOME. Ark., June 3. Wi—A 16-year-old orphan boy was sentenced yesterday to nine years of confinement for slashing a young mother and her Infant daughter with a hatchet. The lad, Albert clay Roberts, pleaded guilty in circuit court here to a charge of assault with intent to kill. Previously he had signed n .statement Mint he broke Into an apartment next door to him at Cotter, ten miles southwest of Mountain Home in Norh Arkansas. Ap'l! 23 ai>rl -ttarferri Mrs. Ralph Conley. 13 svith a hatchet. A.ii. Coiiky. whose husband was working on the night shift at nearby dam construction project at the time, suffered numerous serious wounds on her head, neck and body. She recovered. Her one year- old daughter, Sharyn, was Injuied slightly In the nightmarish atla. In pronouncing sentence. Judge John L. niedsoe said he was not going to Inflict Ihe maximum 21 years because he felt that Roberts, an orphan, had not had th.j opportunities of an average youth. He admonished the youngster sevei'ly In a courtroom lecture, however. Because or his age !iob»rls is serve in the state boys' Industrial school until Jan. 4. 1052. and then be transferred to the state penitentiary. icals from the plant was discharged into Hurricane Creek and the stream overflowed on his land. A S750 judgment against the fort Smith refrigeration and equipment company for failing to pay a sales commission to Claude B Ferguson of Fayetteville was affirmed. The Washington circuit court awarded the judgment to Ferguson on his testimony that he was en- 3aged by the firm on a commission basis to find a buyer for frnz.-n food lockers. Fie contended he did not receive a commission. Jefferson Chancery Ruling The supreme court also upheld a Jefferson Chancery ruling in litigation between Ynncy B. Turner. Jefferson County farmer and Willie Smith and 13 other landowners. The landowners were awarded [6.173 damages against Turner when the lower court found that a reservoir he built on his land or duck hunting obstructed na- ural drainage of surrounding property. The supreme court said the levee iscd by Turner to construct the reservoir obstructs natural streams rather than surface water. TUESDAY, JUNE 13, 1950 CHECKING PROCRES S-Leo Frledlamlfir (rijtht), whose four scu'iilurc.s for Arlington Memorial Hridge, Washington. are bel*i£ ca!,t in Italy, talks uilh engineer of a Milan foundry. Minister Holds Reunion with Part Of 782 Couples Married by Him CLINTON. III., June 13. (AP) — A minister who ha-s married *M2 couples without exacting a .single "love, honor and obey" held a reunion yesterday with couples who have said "I do" before him. , The Rev. H. B, When ton conducted a "wedding bells" service in his big, new First Christian Church attended by about 800 persons, Including about 250 ol the couples he has married. Of the 782 marriages Mr. Whealon has performed in the indt 22 yeans, only eight have ended in divorce. "The key lo married happiness is common sense," he said. "Marriage is not a lark in a boat which may be beached when the seas get rough," he added. "It is rather n voyage fraught with storms and hardships which prove the loyalty of man and wife to each oih- er." He wrote his own version of the marriage vows which eliminate.'; the "love, honor and obey" clause and substitutes this: "Do you promise that you will cultivate that nobility of mind and heart which will hold her this) loyal affection? 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The hip liifh'comprc&iion ''Gcl-Auay 11 engine gives you flashing performance . . . pickup thai puts you out front. And thanks to 1'hnd Drive, all your star Is and stop? arc velvet smooth. No Linking or jerking — 1c*a gcar-fliifting, loo! ?re ihiRyrar'x nir.r.wt VAI.VK Doilgp at your clraler's now. Urivc the new ear lhat givc» most for your rnnner today— inromfor[,riipgeilnrM t iIr|>cnd- ahilily. Stop in lodayl STEP OUT—nol crawl on!! Ttig WIDE* PIAH TREAD lor bctlrr Dodge i5oor» iwinp open wide— Mnbilhy. A litige new rrar "pir are held open hy "safely checks" window"* lor >afcr uriving vi- DRIVt WITHOUT MttFTfWW Coronei modeli git« yon Gyrt>- MaUe lo free yon from (bitting. New Bigger Value DOD6E Artt a few do/fan mor* rrxin rft« fowe*r-prKe<4 corsf BLYTHEVILLE A^OTOR CO. BROADWAY & CH1CKASAWBA Phon. 4422 share with her (him) hi constant sympathy the joys and sorrows of daily life, and that by divine help you will keen this pledge a.s long as you both live?" Russcllville Shows Gain in Population LITTLE ROCK. June 13. (AP) — Russellvilte's 1950 population is g.- 13a a gain of 2,208 persons over the figure recorded in 1940. L L. Stewart, district census supervisor here, who released the preliminary figure yeslerday, said it is a 37 per cent gain lor the Pope County seat. Stewart said another preliminary figure shows a 21 per cent reduction in the population of Franklin County during the ten-year ueriod. Tile 10SO count shows Franklin County to have a population of 12,335. In 1MO. at the time of the last, federal census. Ihe population was 15,683. High Court Licenses Four New -Attorneys . LITTLE ROCK, June 13. </P)Four recent graduates of the University of Arkansas law school were licensed by the supreme court yesterday. They arc: Guy Amsler, Jr., Little Rock; Pines Frank Batchelor. Jr., van mi; Hubert L. Bnrch, Fayetteville, anti John N. Killough, Wynne. Youth for Lemons RIVERSIDE, Calif. _r/fj— Old Age -in lemons—can be put off by using two hormone weed-killers, 2,4.,5-T and 2,4-D. Used on lemons before storage, the hormones keep the lemons young and delay maturity, reports Dr. William Stewarl of the California College of Agriculture. They also reduce black button- and alternaria rot in lemons, h: reports. FDR SALE Bargain! Bargain! Bargain! Cullon Choppers TRUCK $275 S03 EAST MAIN- Rent A Car... Drive It Yourself Fresh Crappie Chicken Dinner Package Delivery Anywhen Simpson's Cafe STATE LINE Phones .19.18 - 937 LOANS CARS, TRUCKS Real KsUte & F11A United Insurance Agency A. F. (Dee) Dlelrlch, Mjr. 1st ,* Main—Rear Cltj Dm( Blvlhrvlllf, Ark. Hindi Used in India NEW DEU«, Indll (AP) _ The government has directed stale governments to make Hindi compulsory In all upper prlmnry classes. Hindi, spoken by nearly 70 per cent of the people, has been adopted as the national language. Non-Hindi speaking areaj Imve been given 16 years to learn Uie language. The government also us making arrangements to teach Hindi to employees who do not know the language. Similar arrangements have been advised for the state government's employees. Hindi, a mixture of Sanskrit, Arabic and Persian, is not yet fully developed. A committee hus'bcen set up to find suit-1 able equivalents lor technical and '-. scientific terms. PIMPLES Disappear Fast • Y«, It b tnw, tk«t« i* * Mf ' You'll Love Our Flowers! lilytheville FLOWER MART Memphis Hiway rhoni 6WI X (hat drir* up plaptn , JckJy at it actt to locwn and r»ov« ugly blackhead*. TLo«e wtio [oUowedrii». pie dirccdona, anil apyliwl Klw*M wh<« cot ic«-J,« c r< amaii oily •uciinwdwaca tlw-v •ij- pim pks and Ll^ck h<-^il« fi ad Jiuprwaj i rif ae use/* «cUiuuutlCiJI/ pr clifra they aie no to&»er rtub^rr and ate DOW happy wild thcJr /OJod tJi iptexloru. UM <x» uol r m«*t*y y, >urc, . 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