The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 6, 1948 · Page 14
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' 1»AGB FOURTEEN Poinsett County Case Reversed ;• * \ City Council/ Not : Utility Board, Holds Control Over Bonds ZJTTLK ROCK. . Ark., April «. lUF)—Only the city Qouncit, in second class cities and Incorporated towns have the authority to Issue levemie bonds for expansion of public .utilities, tlie Arkansss SuprcjV.e Court ruled yesterday. The court reversed a VoinscU County Court, decree authorizing 'the Board of PuWIc Utilities ol Le, pinto to issue revenue bonds total• Ing 480.000 to enlarge the city's water and sewer system, The opinion said it was "of strong significance" that the Icgislnlure i«iused to grant to (he board (ha right |o use. profits of the plants for the security of future bond issues, but Instead directed that lh« profits be paid lo the city treasurer j to pay expenses or debts of th city. The court aJlirincd a Hcmp-stem ChAncery decree quieting title to a slrtp of land In Hope in Mr. nnd Mrs. N. P. O'Neal and allowing them j to halt use of the properly as Efforts to keep the nlley opetl were .started by J. P. Brundldg.?, Louis B. Shull. Minnie Britndldj«. Mr. ar.rt Mrs. Walter B. Jones oiul Eleanor Jones Gibson, owner.s of adjacent property. They later were joined by the City of Hope and other Interested persons. The area was a 25-foot strip between ihe South wall of Die Hcm)>- stpad County Bank Building and trie North Wall ot the Barlow Building. Associate Justice Ed P. McFacl- din, whose home Is in Hope, disqualified himself and did not pnr- ticipale in the opinion. . The court upheld a three-year pentenc* assessed by a Jefferson \ County jury against James Wash- f ington, Negro on a charge of in- j Voluntary manslaughter. Washinu- j ton's conviction followed the death | last Aug. 23 of Mrs. Margaret Hill, j Mrs. Hill was killed when, appar- 1 fritly thinking that (.he Negro's car i vas about to strike her parked car, ' grabbed her baby and dushctl across p i the highway. Washington did no' u ; stop and was arrested the next day | at his father's home In Lanoke ; County. ( j ; The court* upheld the Pu'lassi ! Circuit Court and the Workmen's Compensation commission In refusing to reopen the case of Otnar S. Bookout who was injured June D, 1943, while employed by Reynolds i Mining Corp. .. j , Bookout had accepted a lump sum i damage settlement of $3,588 on Oct. j in, 1944, but he argued that his [ 1 condition had changed 'and that he i should be classified as totally and j permanently disabled, ypon testi- mqpy of Uvo physiciflns, the commission declined to reopen the case. Scond BhYTHEVILLB (ARK.) COURIER NEWS inovia Gets the 'War of Nerves' m«A«MvcriM l«» frontier. S* Ne>w«y^«i t*k«fl r eiti«erai»erY cere l« ovoid I > Wr. W«« *».>< fact. Three wrioul riott in lour rfa r l cau^M fKrtrinSlocLholni. folici their origin. ll»a«l mijilory ne^ip«pert accuie Syeaet ot vlonnirg fo btifd lorfilii d brtiei for U. S. ptontl and poralioopt in Swrdfn; al ptanning 10 include Swedish eii in the U. S. militoir nir foice iyit ««dof prcfKHing tomobiliil induilrvo the bom of itralc^fc war matcriali impo.lt d (ram U. S. MOKOV olio choral U. S. -directed ipy ring compiHerf «f ex- Noii allKin opugr.i po.ll. on) ol S Is 16, mid Gill is 18. •Prom filylhc- villc lie rent to Little Rock, nml Ironi Lltlle Rock to New Orleans, and from there to New York; but ot all his travels he prefers Arkansas M Ills New Jersey home or to his New York oflice, the story said. Mr. Seal, on a recent visit lo Litlle Rock, seated that the business enterprises which are coming to Arkansas need the kind of workers we ate able lo provide, nnd tho workers h*re need a chance to develop their skills. He highly favors the establishment of new plants and enlernrises for Arkansas. However, Mr. Seal pointed out that he believes the most valuable asset of tills section lias nothing to TUESDAY, APRIL «, 1948 ( do wilh Is economy or with busl- damcntally American character jiess enterprise, but lies In Ihe Jun- in people. Real Estate, Business, Farm and Auto K. H. A. and <i. I. I.Ann nil N>w and LOANS Homes for buyinr, reflnincint, bulldlns, remortrUnr.. f*tm landj and Auto loans, Service. UNITED INSURANCE AGENCY JOG S. Isl—Jiicram Bide,— Ground Floor Phone 510 A. F. "Dee" Dietrich, Manager ' "Complete Insurance Service" First National Insurance Agency FOR COMPLETE PROTECTION "^ Phone 2311 108 North 2nd St. BILL WILSON CHARLES BI1TNEK Are we next? is (lie tiuesliori tigilatinj; Scsmlinavin as Russia puts the heat on it with denunciations such as nsu;illy have preceded Moscow's demands for concessions. Wasliin«lon .iiilltori- ties sec mounting Russian pressure or. Scandinavian nations as attempt lo score them oft the Marshall Plan and train any possible anti-Soviet alliances. Former Blytheyille Public Utility Official Gets Special Recognition Tony G. Seal, who lived In Blythevllh: from 1928 10 1037, working ' as vice president of Die Ark-Mo Power Company, was Die subject ol n feature story appearing In tho Sunday issue of (he Arkansas Gazette. H wns caplloncri. "Prophet With. Honor at Home." and written by luex Hale McDltl! ol the Gazette Stuff. The story pictures Mr. Seal as a transplanted Arkansan, who has iisen from a barefoot larm bov whose interest in the millty business was' concerned solely with (nnds his father received from a right-of-way learn (or the electric line, to his present level as special consultant tor Ebasco Services, Inc , 2nd Rector Street, New York City. Tlie itory follows Mr. Seal's work from his reading and testing meters for a power company, finally becoming a power plant operator, then locfil manager for the company'.; .Mary'to Send Carrier Task Force to Norway WASHINGTON, April 6. (UPt— TtM> Navy said today a carrier task to'rce will visit Norway from April » to May 2 [or "the promotion of good will and the Jurthernnce of .Gold Star Honor friendly relations." The 21.000 ton aircraft carrier Valley Purge will heart Hie task force. Tlie 6,000 ton anti-aircraft cruiser Fresno »nd four destroyers will accompany it. to Bergen, Norway. The Valley Forge, now on a roimd- the-world cruise with the destroyers W. C. L«we and Lloyd Thomas, will visit southern '-England )>orts prior to the Norwayrvlslt, office, and eventually a field representative. ' Ills- pllgriniaue to fame took him from St. Louis to Blythcvillc, when the two youneest of his tlirce children were horn, Sophie Ann, now A Gold Star lapel button is now Available to next of kin of U. S. \yr.r dead. The Army Adjutant ueneral's office in Washington says the builons will be distributed at cost. We Still Hove Some DEKALB HYBRID SEED CORN HIGH GKKMINATING WEU, GRADED —SEE US TODAY— Caudill & Faulkner n Ridge C'oupcrntivc R.F.I). Rmile 2 Manila, Ark. DHIriUtW bv ASSESS NOW i The law requires that each person assess his or her own taxes and by so doing they are accurately assessed. If you fail to assess the law requires that the Assessor or Equalization Board assess every citizen in.the county. This is the year to assess Personal Property and Farm Lands. Please file your assessment with me before April 20th. Auto Body Repairs Fnr Die host In AuUmiobiln Body Krpairs, lirlnc your car lo its . . . we. have all modern equipment to cut labor costs. I Stand He hind 12 Years of Satisfactory Service in Mississippi County BARKER'S BODY SHOP -125 Rast Kcntuckv I'hone 2500 Flash Cameras At Barney's! 2000 West Main Street PRICED FROM $9.90 to $14.95 Film Development and Free 5x7 Enlargement Wilh Ivnch Roll Holl l-'ilm In All Sixes—Kaslman Kodak Film BARNEY'S Phone 3647 2006 West Main St. FARM (Jp LOANS Home Office, Newark, N. J. I0?f0 TUUt PROMPT CLOC1NO LOW KATX CA!J.. WR1TK OR SF.« RAY WORTH INGTON US S. Third St., Blytherlllt, Ark. Servlni: This Section 23 Yr:in ^"'ftorlml Marl,a,, :. am Sollrllar lor TUP. PRUDF.Ml.M. INSURANCE COMPANY OF AMERICA Doyle Henderson TAX ASSESSOR MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS FOK MM MCSCOXy SlfVICf fUnUf set wo* Still & Young Motor Co. Lincoln-Mercury Dealer Phone 3479 BJyfheviHe Art. 112 Walnut SC BEN WHITE & SONS GENERAL CONTRACTORS MAIN OFFICE NORTH TENTH Phone 3151 , Funeral Insurance PHONE 4431 COBB FUNERAL HOME BIythcville. Arkansas Local •& Long Distance , Hauling Moving a Specialty Anytime — .Anywhere Any Place Buck Meharg 401 E. Main St. Phones: Day -1677 29SG When In Need Of Shoe Repairing . Call -I847 Frre Pickup »nrl Dclivcrr'. H A L F O R D SHOE SHOP 106 South 2nd S(. BAHY CHICK TIMK • BUY EARLY • BUY THE BEST A Complete Line of Feed We Buy Poultry! Lewis Poultry 119 K. Main Phone :i:U7 ENJOY THE BEST IN PIT BARBECUE! AT THE — RAZORBACK DRIVE-IN Coarieooa Waitresses & Girl Car Hops To Wait On You FOR SALE Get otir prices on lesled 12 inch (n IS inch concrete culverts. Also concrete lMii|r|iriK blocks. CAJ.L ON US DIAL 691 W« Deliver and Self for Less Osceola Tile and CULVERT CO. We Deliver I'hone 691 1 Have On Hand At All Times ; Several tractors and equipment ! . . . both new and used ones . . JOH1I DEERE, FARMALL and other makes. Also, I have [or sale at all times 70 to 80 head of > mules. Terms can be nrranscd. S Will trade (or most anything ' you have. J New Kord Tractors \ Ready for Delivery j F.C CROWE i 1 Mile S. of Br>g|t.ldncla ' PRESCRIPTIONS Fresh Slock Guaranteed Best Prices Kirby Drug StoreS Concrete Tiie Sewer Tile Slvc-< I. B And S Inch Culvert Tile Sbrs 10, 12. 13, IS. 'il. 34. .10 »nd 3fi Inch A. H. WEBB llwj. Si at .Slate Line 114 KEDYE1). the o|d shoe becomes smart, new appearing (particularly if also rebuilt here). We rc- ilyc shoes any color —perfectly. H-fl LTCRS QUflUITY SHOE SHOt 121 W. M « I N ST. INSTANT RADIO SERVICE ALr. MAKES We Spcrialiic In F-M Latest Models »f New • AVestinghouse • Croslcy BLYTHEVILLE SALES COMPANY K. Main Phone 3S16 Guaranteed RADIO REPAIR by Expert Call 811 Brooks Music Store 107 E. Main STUDEBAKER Batteries Heaters Sun Shields Radios Seat Covers Tires New Motors Parts Everything You Need for Your Car We Repair'Em All Any Make Cars and Trucks... • Factory Trained Mechanics • Paint & Hotly Work • Lubricatin.it & Washing • Wrecker Service • New If you need a m>w 1'/! Ion or 2 ton Sdiclcbakcr truck \ve have it! CHAM6LIN SALES CO. "Your. Friendly Studebaker Dealer" R.R. & Ash Sts. Phone 2195 Here's How to get Early Spring Delivery on a New EVIN RUDE ! Get In slifnd ol the spring rush; when tlicvc arc never enough Evln- i rurics lo go nrmmii! Call nnd choose' your motor now. A 20% deposit ' will five you priority delivery on R j siMrkllns new '48 Kvini«r|c. Wei will accept a lew used motors ot np-1 proved makes at lair trade-in »]- ] lowame. We have In slock lor immediate delivery, a limited quantity of 5 4-10 H.P. and 9 7-10 HP. Evln-1 nides! Free De//very Call PICKARD'S GROCERY Me K I N N ON' S !U.itiil,<, Ark. Phone 2013 Chickas«wba EAST END AUTO SALES Has Ihe crtr you want ;»nd need! Phone 4191 or sec us- at 50:i E. Mnin CAN WATKR AID IN ARTHRITIS? YES ... K it's Mountain Valley Mineral Walcr ( Hie famous health water from Hot Springs, Arkansas. MOUNTAIN VAM.KV—Helps • SlitmitMc kfdney aclfnn. • Kliminntc the wastes—so often an unrtcrlylnjf rause of Arlbritis and Kheumnlism. CROSSTOWN WHISKEY SHOP MAtn and Division Hlytheville, Ark.

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