The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 8, 1932 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, September 8, 1932
Page 5
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-'JJIiffJl 1 .* A y. SKI'TKM BICU 8, 1!>3:> Judge Imposes Penalty in Case Involving Extension of Tenth Street. A $10 fine for obstructing a public road was meted out tjy Judy.? 0. A. Curinlnijluim in municipal court Wednesday afternoon to John R. Webster. Virgil Forrester, » neighbor ot Webster's, was clear- oil o( a charge o[ distiirbinu the r ?ace. Both charges urcw out of a difference uf opinion as lo the status of a road, a northern extension of Tenth street. Forrester, a renter. liv.? s on otic side of the road and Wrbsler, who owns liis properly en the other. The road extends from Tenth street norlli to a road or lane ns i'. is called, riinnins; cast to Htgh- v.'iiy 01. A culvert, which Wobsfr fays was built at his expense, formerly provided passage over the load to (he lane, but has been broken for some (in:? antt access In tho Forrester and Wcbsicr homes is now possible only from Tenth street. In the belief that Use road, or at ^cif. 1 . the 10 feet of the voad next to his home, is private Piop- eily. Webster recently had ix>sls placed at the center of ihc road 1i> protect plank curbing around '.lie road In front of his house, on v.hich 1"? had placed cinders. The rosts. Forrester claimed, prevented him from ready entrance to his place and also obstructed a public road. They argued about the matter. Forres1?r had Webster arrest - fil for obstructing iho road and Webster hnd Forrester arrested for disturbing the peace. Webster, a semi-invalid, appeared in court Tuesday afternoon in his ni'.-n defense. In a lo;ig drawn out trin! he acted as his own counsel and frequently argued with the court over hi. s trial rights. 11? presented a written brief of his defense and a history of the property. Webster contended that the road was never a public highway but was opened under agreement iviih a former owner of the property who later sold property on the other side of th? strip "that was to be left for a roart. H e claimed that the road strip had been developed largely at his expense, that no public right to travel the road existed, and that. closing otf of his part of (!> e road did not actually obstruct his neighbor . from eoins; over the route. 4) 1» his decision Judge Cunningham held that public travel for a period of seven years had establish :cl the road as a public highway and even though the defendant;, owned . hair the road he had Pre-View of New Supreme Court Buildine o ! PT~ wu-n- consmvs once convened for n lime alter the Cupitol bunii'd by i\\ c Mrltlsh In wr 'llir Supreme Cunrl lius brai sit- liniT In the loom of the Capllul "Inch, prlur In Us immslrni'tlmi. \v:i- umijiloi! by llu- House of IU'p- Geologist Settles Own Unemployment Situation rillCAfiO. ii;i>j-Hol.-:-ii Johnson. m-olDijLst. srllljd lih own i*'r- «>i:n[ uneinploynu'iit sllu.ulon liy im-km,! u niiin-slre;l Jub of Ins Ottu. Knit u! mapplni; Ihv fluur nl the I'.iriilc wean. Johnson bid Iih plan:; More 1'rof. H. T. ch.mibi'i- Inin. University i:[ Cli!r:i!!» s-Ml<>y:*i :i:ul authority on sirui' KC- u;i».:y. o.v.uirgraplilc reseau-li lius al- U-iii-'.i-rt ii, ss limn i( S ( |.,i. 0 ( M.|,.H. I'l'i atti'iillon, In the slow of many si"-u'.iMs, :iii<t Johnson ivill i.^pjrl Ini [inclines to 1'iof. c!umb>rl;itn. 'I he i-xpcilltion. wlilfli may lliro v v v.i:-.i.ible lislil on the I'.i-alojy of I hi' f'li-.n.', «ill' ilie iuv:m from tl:.' I'.muin.i Cunal to Frc.U'ti lnd:i- t'liiiu. Other si'L'int«is niiiy join Ji>'!.-:.vjji ivlio already hits ;in <J;j- H"n <m nn auxiliary enjiser lit Ccl- Iv-'c I'oltu. Md., from which paint t1:>' expedition will Mail. It may re- liiiri- lil inonihs to two years to coiniiVtv the .survey. THESE PICTURES-FROM ARCHITECT'S DRAWINGS-SHOW HOW THE NFW U S SUPHFV" COURT BUILDING WILL LOOK WHEN IT IS COMPLETED IX WASHJNOTO.V ABOVF AN EX" TEKIOR VIEW; BELOW, THE COURT ROOM " 18,000,000 Temple of Justice Will House Highest Tribunal j WA5H1NGTOM, - The United (States Supreme Court, highest no authority to obs:n:ct it. t>. S. Peak was fined five dollai;; ot-j n charge of disturbing the peace. He was alleged to have created a disturbance at the home of an elderly man. whose house he shared. Jolm Undsrsla.'il of Elmo. Mo.. waived preliminary hearing on a charge of' grand larceny. He was i arrested in the theft of an automobile. Howard Fcmback, negro, was fined five dollars lor assault and : b,iUcry. He was convicted of beat- ling hts wife. , judiciary body in the land, has never been dignified lo tl:r pxlriu of having its own building on Capitol Hill, nut, all that is to U? remedied soon, /or on October 13 will !>e laid the cornerstone of a:i £8,383.000 temple of justice. Architects' drawings, no-.v complete, show tiiat Oic ext?iior win be of white marble, with it'.e central portion, flanked liy two :;ic:it- ieal wings. laced by imposing uili- ats. The wings will house offers. icoiifeience rooms and libraries, with the court room itself in the central building. But ihc rcom where America's highest tribunal will sit \vili not Far Beyond Your Hopes YOU'VE heard about llie New Ford Eiglij. Seen it on llie road. Now give yourself llie unforgettable thrill of driving it. It's smoother and faster and more rc?|>on. sin: tli;m your fondest hopes. So uerfcully lialiinm! mid comfortable that it is almost like traveling on wings instead of wheels. S»'e it at llie nearest dealer's. Take tlie wheel yourself and Id the New Ford V-U lell its Olt ''i story. Kiding is deciding. Drive the NEW FORD EIGHT I bo largo In lloor area. It will be I only 33 by 43 feet—dimensions ! tullable to the aloof and exclusive : f.'lenity of the Supreme Conrl. It , will, however, bo two stoiies In I height, and finished with tmport- • cri colorsd marbles. A lifc-sim! ) frieze, also carved in marble, and ! Latin Inscriptions will top the tall columns surrounding tlic room. Incidentally, the coinpaslilon of the frieze and Jexls of the Inscrlp- I lions have not yet tan dctcr- j mined. ExcL'pl for 11;.? actual furniture, i here will be no v,-ood in this ! room, nml very little metal Even i ihc grillwork through which It will i took out through tall French win' dows into landscaricrt courts will br of intrlciitcly/cnr'vccl marble. The Imlkllng. which will be completed in three years, will face the Capitol grounds from tttc site once occupied by the old brick Capitol, I Woman Seeks Parents After 60 Year Separation CHICAGO. IU!') — A "very fair b.ihy K irl with blue eyes" li'sc-.'k- t'w l:?r lurenl.s, from nliom .sin' "•is W]i.iralcd more than W years nsn dnrins; ihe (• C'lilciico "re ol 1871. Mrs. Louis llarini; of liochesl.'r. N. V.. has appealed lo C!ilca;-o uo- liiv lo l:el|> iu-r rm;l her fatlier nn<! mother. If thry still arc liv- ini;. Separated i, om (],-,„, w] , ell sli* 1 '.us but, a few weeks n!tl, tli ?v wo-.ild roincuilicr lier only as a very fair buoy with b;i;: eves, she wirtc alithoriti?s. Klio aas picked up, .slie beliove.s in t::t' strrei ilnrim; Hi? panic wliidi followed the lire. The couple who rc.icucd her ami raised her as ihrfr child were Wllli.mi and Martha I-'irge, who move;! lo Jlo- chestr:- shortly nftenvjrci. 'nicy neve.- ivaild tell her (h.7 name c'f her p.ucn'.s. bin admitted liiey wrre "gco.l jiecple." Mr?. Large is de.ict anil .si-pa'r.ited from her hns- bar.!l many years ago. Two Million School Children in State H A R R I SnUHfl. Pa. (UP) — School days have .started in Pennsylvania with more than 2.000.000 children attending ehwsej. s A ne-.v high enrollment \ PAGE FIVB.' BRUSHING UP SPORTS By Laufcr by (lie Slate D^iariinon;. of 1'ublk: Iivstritction. I'uulii; schools will have more limit 'J-COOWO \,-i- J)ils. ju-lvnto mid ij.iroctiln! care for 350.000; cvtmlni; clus.-k's al hiuh wluols liave 100,000; 50,0011 arc taklnj; advantage of Ennllsli iinci clllwnslili) clas-v.'s; 'JO.OOO have btcn atlractcd to c'eiiii'iitary cliiw- cx aiul about. C.OOO rorcisn-l.-orn uio.'licrs have jDincil liomc-class Croups to learn to .sireak. real! ami write the English language. v < :ur ls own - r PHILLIPS MOTOR CO. i- Sll - 810 • 777 The NEW FALL Completes 50 Years i:f Wink MAIUON. O. 'Ul'i-lu the hall century he has been a ciiMum Ihrcsher. William 11. Siller, Jr., 71, hns llireshcd apiiroxlmately I.MO,- 1100 bushels of wheat and oat/, He «as presented a R olil medal vecenl- iy alter cotn|i!el;on of his fiftieth year. He had missed only one year iu CO al one fjirjn. I'lasesscs Klglit Dollar lllll ' CLA11E. Mich. iUP)-An $11 bill, issued by the United .States treasury in 1718. nml signed liy Oenree U'ashliiHimi, is in (he (losscEsion of Robert AichamLuuH here. Ho- tatlniis Inform the bearer Hint eight Spanish dollars can ho obtained with bill. Lady Astor Gave Children as Excuse U3NDON. iUI'1-Slx children were the excuse given by Lady Nftti- cy Astnr, American member of t)ie llritlsli I'ailbiuctit. when she re- luscd an Invitation to an official luncheon here. She telegraphed: "Dceply-3 regrJt I cannot b? with you aU.'tcday. When teachers' holidays'start my work begins. Six children arc my e.xcus:-." 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