The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 7, 1947 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, October 7, 1947
Page 2
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TWO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS TUESDAY, OCTOBER T, WT 34 Truck Lines «*« ' Win Court Order Si'' : / '- '.•'••'| Justices Mod.ify " Decision Made iri i Circuit Cancer Mobile' New Weapon Against Public Killer No. 2 LrTTIJ5 ROCK. Ark.. Oct. 7. (UP) — The Arkansas Express Co. Inc. •nd 33 other AtVsneRS molor freight curriers won «n spposl in Hie Ar- jtansas Euitreme court yoslerrtny from Pulaski Circuit Court whKh had authorized the Columbia Motor Transpprlatioji Co. to operate unlimited iiiotor freight service i;' tjie Mat*. The high court modified the Pti- laakt Court order to limit the Delaware firm to operations on movements through Arkansns bs rdil and freight. The lower coin- had upheld a ruling of the Arknri sis Puhllo Service Commission granting unlimited operations, Pppe Chancery court was affirm ed In (wardtnB judgment Bgalnn the Hartford Accident anrt [ndoni rrity Co., and the Banfc of Dover fo $J,199 to E. C. Bradley and othe citizens of Pope County who 1m exec«t<4 the bond of County Trea «ur«r j. T- MurpliJ' who was foim to be short in Ills accounts. The court also affirmed a Pulaski For HARD-TO-HEAT HOMES! Get This Powerful New »r. \Yliiii~ Dunciin, director of Kuilucfcy'n n*w "Cmicer Mobile," Interviews prospective examinees while a nurse stands by, ' LOU1SV11A.E, Ky., Oct. 00 (NBA) a motor-driven "it table aurt a for violation of the anti-violence strike act but the court hurt held the evidence insufficient a»rt riirect- iM a verdict of not Kullty. The rtc- iendanti libwBver. was flnnd $30 on A charge of assault and battery. 1 Fulton Case Affirmed ; In t)ie case o( Octie Walkor •gainst A. 0- Case, executor, for cancer diagnosis. Officially known as "Cnnccr Mobile," the bus (Orcady has loured | volved in mobile detection work. Oklahoma was the first state to bnve a mobile cancer detection the capital cities of the southeast-1 unit, but II docs not, have X-rny eni, stata-i and went to Miami so , facilities. state officials could sec It at thu regional conlerun "» of the Amorl-*' . n ,,„ can Cancer Society before ll comes i Scientists are now using radio- buck here to go to work. \ Mllvo materials to photograph ,Ut IIVM: w BU tu wwitv, •• ••- ...KoiVi ^r^^r^osss;! ray? ws ^ , Society will keep the X-ray bus [moving around-tlte stnte in a. I- _ o _ _. _ _ the court affirmed the Fulton probate court holding that the will of W. S: Ran?) was construed correctly i» jwardtng six eranrtohildnm $50. c ..._ _ .. . . ; An. appeal from • Miller Circuit w lierc hospital and other medic:.. Court was reverECd : w!th directions : facilities n/c inadequate, holding tliat tiiBjAinerican Nntlontl j Early detection Is the key to Life Insurance Co, should pay only cancer cure, Kentucky' 1ms recOE- $106 to MatUe if, Kidrt as a bene- • nixed this by Inking the lend over lioiary of Heiiegan A, Kldd instcart, j all oilier slates iii It,'; cancer cou- of the face value of an insurance | t ro i [jrogrBm. Already 11 has n Jiollcy amounting to $2,000. The court ; network of 10 cancer detection held that sinca payments on prom- and treatment clinics. The \ivis Is Sums had' lapsed beyond the grace | designed to provide nn extension period, the lonn value of the policy | service to these and olhe/ hos- Vas trie only remaining asset. [yHnl facilities. ; Johnson Circuit Court was at- | The stalo's tloctore arc solidly firmed in awarding $27,000 to Car- j beillnd tho program. The icicty rle A. King for the accidental death alreiuly is besieged with I irsts of Harden A. King Dec. IB, 10M. [rom communities to hnvo ... : )>\is The verdict wits against Harvey visit them. Louisville Junior Jones, doing business as Jones : Leaguers, who .sponsored the uus, tructl'lnes-of which King- was an < imve volunlecred to travel with employe at the time of his death, j it and assist In takiuR case his• The court also held that Pulton i lodes aurt handling patients. bhainury Court was correct In 1 m ,...-•—. swarding Myrtle Orr, as the divorced | Wife of Prank Orr, $1.324 on n prop- • erty settlement which liad been due . her through failure ot her lonnci husband to deliver specific personal property or to account for Its value. Bonk Teller Arrested NASHVIU-TE, Term., Ot:i. ^. lW> ^-Clarence J. Hudgin, bank teller charged with absconding with nearly $47,000 from the Toledo, O., Trust Co., was on tho way back to Ohio today after signing an extradition , waiver. ; Recognized at a. nightclub here by Johnny Takas, a Toledo musician, Hudgin was arrested by tho PHI Saturday as ho tried to board H plane. TAKI OIL HEATER Circulates Heat Through Rooms -Gives "Hot Stove" Heat, Too! • Beautiful Grille Cabinet! • Duroplastic Finish!' •Automatic Fuel Control! • Automatic Draft Control! • Low Flame Fuel Saver! • A REAL VALUE! See TM» Famous Cofeman On Coal and Wood Burning HEATING STOVES OnDisplay at LEMONS' Would suggest you come in and select your Coleman while our stocks are adequate. Immediate Delivery! TWO TYPES Charles S. 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