The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 13, 1948 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

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% _ PAGK TWO ;i {Hospital Project | Geh Court Okay ' Hifh Tribunal Rulw J O* $200,000 futie In Clark County IJTHJ5 ROCK, V Arit., April 11 arp)—Th« ArkiriMs Buptme Oour }e*t*rci»r In clfect ordered the issuance of $300,000 in bonds for tin construction of a hospital in Chirk Oohntr. Written bf Chief Justice Griffin Smith, the decision upheld Clark County chincery court in refusing to enjoin County Judge Dick Jackion from levying a 9.5 mill tix lo finance the bonds. Th* injunction H«J sought by A It Ruche* and others who had con- Umded that the Judge acted upon hit own initiative and not as a county court In finding that the hospital wan needed. Hu«h« also charged election ir ntularitie* in balloting under which U» hospital cc structlon WM approved 1,434 to l,Uo. The court refused to consider th* alleged election irregularities, »nd upheld the chancellor on the grounds that "under the constitution, appeals from Judgments of the County Court go to the circuit court." The opinion added that while Hughw hid the right to ask the chancellor for an injunction, his action "did not invest that court witn pow*r to review proceedings of the county court under the doctrine that equity, having acquired Jurisdiction for one purpose, will administer complete relief." The Supreme Court affirmed » folk Circuit Court decision awarding Mr. and Mrs. M. w. Blanton 11,500 damages from a collision near Mena. Uoyd Miller and his employer, the Columbia Pictures Corp., contested th« Judgment on the grounds that punKiw damage* should not have been granted and that a 11,000 •ward to Mrs. Blanton was exces- aive. The accident happened on Highway M, three miles East of Mena. Witnesses iji the lower court trial testified that Miller had been drink. Ing when ha topped a blind hill and crashed head-on into the Blnnlon car. The decision was split four to three, with Associate Justices Frank Q. smith, E. L. McHanejr and Ed F. McFaddin dissenting. In other action, th« court: HererMd a Baxter Chancery decree restrain Ing the Millman Lum- All Vacant, Too BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.V COURIER NEW» -ontempt of Congrest Trial for Writer Opens WASHINGTON, April 13. (UP)_ The contempt of Congress trial of novle writer John Howard L«won opened Monday with i defeiu- notion to disqualify the presiding "dge as biased. Lawson's attorneys notllled F«l«- u Judge Edward M. Curran that hey felt that, he »hould step utde n favor ot another .Jurist, Chief defense counsel Robert Ceiiny former attorney general of alifornia, argued that Ciirran •oulrl b prejudiced because 1n hla ormer c«pactty u U. 3. Attorney ier« ht prosecuted «tmllar cuses. It was revealed that the defense HS siibpenned Louis B. Mayer und ther film magnates. The defense ber Co. from cuttln.- timber on 891 acres In Baxter County. The court ruled that. Clyde Bryunt knew the Limber belonged to the lumber company when he bought the land from J. J. English. Arilrmed Sebastian Chancery Court in reducing alimony paid by Charles H. Lewis of Mansfield to Yvette Lewis by 119 a month. hopes to show through their testimony that the American movies are free from aU iubversive prop- the Probnie Court for (he uawb* District »f MtMlssipjji County, Ark.nvui. In the Matter of the Estate of J. H. Smart, Sr., Deceased NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL Notice Is hereby jtven that the Last Will »nd Testament of J. H. S<nart, Sr., was probated la common form by the Probate Court for the Chickasdwlja District of Mississippi County. Arkansas on the 29 day of March, 1948. An appeal from such' probate can be affected only by filing a petition staling the grounds for such nppenl within six months from the date of thl s notice. Witness my hand and s eal of this count this the 29 day of March. 1048 ELIZABETH DLYTIIE Probnte Clerk. 3J30-4J6-13 Read Courier News Want Aits. Senators Okay Bill Providing Negro Schools WASHINGTON, April is. arp)_ The Sen.te Judiciary Committee yesterday approved legislation to authorize regional Khoolm and colleges for Negro*, in southern «tat«. The legislation would give Congressional sanction lo the Southern- state compact for establishing the schools. Tin committee vot« was 6 Th« compact was drafted «t * conference of Southern governor. last Wbruary. it WOU Jd allow the use o. public funds for setting up Hie regional schools. r . s . up l* rte '» o! the measure testified it b necessary to provide badly-needed facilities for training Negro post-graduate student*. Opponent* attacked it as an attempt to ciicumvent supreme court rulings ruiulrlng states to provide equal educational opportunities for white and Negro student*. Does Stomach Gas and Bloat Make You Feel Miserable? FOR SALE DORTCH'S IMPROVED OGDEN BEANS State Cert if fed NON-CERTIFIED OGDEN PURITY 98% Germination 88% C. L. 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