The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 17, 1948 · Page 11
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IT, (AKX.T Official Defines City's Tax Policy Ann«Md Ar«a Subject To A»M*im«nt at N»xt Regular Ptriod XKXTS - • - «nn.,wi to th. city Hot Sprint, in 1147 U .ubject In lutument »nd (union for the ywr of ]»u u city property, Ally. Gen. Guy E. Willl.m* ruled yiwter- Th« »pinJor> w».i wrfitim by As- •iiUnt Atty. Gen. Cl.vel.nd Hol- Ic.nd /or D«vM M. Tugjle of Hot £ Sprlnrn. Th« opinion uid th»t since the »nn*i»tion iook p]»ce Jn May nf IS", tht property was not subject w »H«s5innit, before Jan. 1. Tingle had staled thai the tai books were pierared with * full year, assessment of the city «l« •nd questioned legality of toll .»- «*sment for a poUlon of the year. The opinion quoted Aet rtt of )»43, as saying: "All towns or cit.y ]oU which may hive been platted subsequent to Jan. 1 of any year shall be subject I" Maessmenl and taxation for the year immediately following* such platting." AppHcabte U BlytheTllle The Hot Springs opinion it applicable, to Blytheville and tl>e large ureas being annexed to the city this year. Tlie nnne«d tereas, accord-! In* io the opinion, would become! subject to assessment for city taxes ! in img, wiih the to* to be col-j lected the following yisir.) I In another opinion. Williams loH! state Sen. Ernest Maner of Hot j Springs that Mrs. J. J. Brown wns i « * eligible for a pension as the widow j jf a retired fireman, even though 1 her husband died before passage ot i » law setting up the pension. Maner explained that Brown had ' earned a pension and was drawing one at the time of his death. Williams said that a constitutional amendment adopted In 1940 provided payment "whether the pension hart been earned before or after the date of the amendment. "If the widow . . . has not made application for a pension, she would ... be entitled Io one," the opinion said. , In a third opinion, Williams told Mayor E. H. Freeman of Harrisburg that the Firemen'* Relief and Koreans Salute Freedom y rf«cor«te4 streetcars pass through streets of Seoul in calibration of the opening ot the flrsl frce-electeii National Assembly in Korea's history. The election wa» the first act o( self-rule liy Koreans since the Japanes- took over the country in 1901. {1'hoto bv NEA-Acme Staff Corr<v*;rw%ndPrit Ttirharrt C. KfrpiKoii.} Sick Girl Shows Slight Improvement As Mother Maintains Bedside Vigi! CHARLOTTE, N. C., June 17 • UP)—A two-year-old blmitie Rirl was reported slightly Improved yesterday as her mother, clinging steadfastly to her faith Him the child would live, began the lonrth day of her bedside vigil which doctors thought was hopeless Mrs. Anna Harris Strickland a liny, shabbily-dressed 22-year-old waitress, had been at the bedside sicce early Sunday, when she heard thst her daughter Elizabeth was critically ill with tubercular meningitis. »nd had called In vain for "Mama," It was loo late Io comfort liule Becky when the mot'ier arrived here from Hamlet, where she hart Rone to work because she was unable to pay her rent here or support, licr child. The frail hlonrie baby had slipped into a coma Mr*. Strickland had no money and no place to stay until Mercy Hospital gav e her 4 cot at trm bedside. She lias been there aw- imually. sleeping only in Ii,nt» naps, and )>ri\yin« for' her child y recover. Bill Okaying Sale Of Barge Lines Blocked in House WASHINGTON, June IT. (UPl — Hep. mile Bog«s, D, Iji.. y»s(tr- dny bl<x-kei1 House consideration nf a bll Ho set sale term* | or i), r government's mulll-inllllon dollar Inlnnrl waterway* barffe system Backers of tlie bill tried Io bilnt It »!) on the floor l> y unmilumus consent. Hones' objection w.t eiiouRh to block It. The bill now Is dead for (hi, session unleM the Hull's Commute* give, it clearance. Tlie measure wa* rei-onimenrtfil by the House Commerce Commit - lec as a restjll O f considerable controversy over the federal ap«ration of die barge syslem. dating from World war I. ni« novernmenl h».r Ujed several Umei to sell the »y«- li'in. It «-ould permit ttw? aecielary of cranmetce Io sell tht system either as one null or to sell separately (lie Mi.vMsMupi »nd Warrior Rim* Divisions. The purchaser would have to agree to continue adequate service. Holies said the system li e*«>u- li.il to Hie economic welfare ot both the South anrt Mldwesl. He suld II .vhoiild have been more consideration than It would have received under a unanimous consent action The measure has the approval of both the Commerce Department niul llii' Interstate CoinrnciTe Commission. know for (our days that her child was considered dying and was cnll- for her. Little Rock Attorney H *°d* Young Democrats (,?™c"ne cTr tUP)—l'Y*nk if. cox. HMlMnnl rllyi Math of Hot Swing,"'* "''' M °- nUorney of l.Htle Rock, win H.'Hort ! Cox' position n ,%ei-rcU.'v t,,., president ycstcidav n( Ihc V.MIHLF m,., ,.,,. mi.,., ... ,,..,,., ':'"?" M««lli>K lu Ulllf H«k, til* ,xe- presWeiit ye: , „, Urniorrnllc Cluhs »r Arkansiil. iy of the Young um MIIH [llli-d by (irlfflj^f , e exe- citilve comiuitire also voted to con- cannot b* >rr«*Ud or Mr red ....... uuiiniiiure nine voted to con- " t*" 1 "* o« »rr«*U« a nine Jli ineinljerahlij drive ,,,1111 «; Uh wr»* wJthi.i th« pnt July 10 and to make an nii. ui ,t C |- lll « Housw of Parllanverit fOf'l to hriili- i\ui „ i«,..,.. {.•„i _ ... file fA Id* VIIA>,..I ii _ J , uri'i wu» filled by OrlWH SHltli \i~.i ,. , ' l " "'" Ke an »»- u »l el- ;"' "•""« ot Parliament, »ewd. •rr. uui. _H 0 ok VitaW ..S'llJ'Jfh. 1 £^Z iTle'r" **< '», ' '° "" r ^ ]o ^ *"•"«<*. her money ran ,-,, nnd her child bci-nrnc ill. slin ttmuglit tljc Ix-.st place for B«i:hy »'»s in a hospital. 'l"hon she left town to find work, and did not Pension fund of s municipality niny not be used to erect a building In which to house fire-fighting equipment. See E. H. FORD Before You DIE! 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