The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 13, 1949 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

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TUESDAY, DECEMBER 13, I949 Courts Sanction School Mergers White County Board Consolidation Plans Upheld on Appeal . ROCK, Dec. 13-OT- vntrh "f s s "l' ra ne court held r, i , y "' c Wl " lc C«unty Bo of Kcliicntion acted properly In cjurymg out provisions of the In- lUm act' 1 *' 10 " 1 <liSlJ ' let rcBr S nnlz! »The bnar<| |,nt the 11 districts oi Jess than ;io<) pupils (On March 'i .10401 Into tmn district as re- o""l9' b> ' Ule I " itlatcd Act N0 - ' ^ Then, hoover, It reduced the W combined di.su ict by annexations of portluns of Hie territory to already-existing larger districts. J - R Sfrotid and oilier con- Irnrtrd this action violnted Initiated Act. No. 1— that the board had no authority to make the annexations after once combining the smaller districts but instead should have called an election for directors °' the larger district and then turned affairs of the district over to them. The Supreme Court, affirming White Chancery Court in its dismissal of the complaint, said the board hiiri the authority to act as it did. The larger district was dismembered before an election could have been held, the court said. The trustee of a Hot Springs estate is not required to draw on the body of tho estate when la- rmne is insufficient to meet in full annuity payments, the Supreme Court held in reversing Garland Chancellor Sam w. Gamut. -Mrs. Thckia Mayor, who died In 1921. directed by her will that pay- menis totaling $2,-100 annually snoiild J>e made to four nieces and nephews from Income to her estate. Suit Involves (Mil Kstale The payments were marie until I!i:i2, but since then income lias been insufficient to make payments in full. In 1917 the beneficiaries— Matilda R. Mayer. Fannie Mayer Leopold Mayer and Simon J. Mayer —obtained judgments for back f payments totaling S18.170. The trustee, Arkansas National Bank of Hot Springs, appealed. Jhe Supreme Court affirmed Miller Probate Court in refusing to allow J. B. Combs and his wife Mary Ellen, to adopt a child. The proposed adoption was res- BLYTHEVILLB (ARK.) COURIER U-5. Worker $1.41 an hour !HAT PRICE CONSUMERS' GOODS?—To buy a quart of milk, the average New York work an pays 20 cents that it took him 8 minutes to earn. The average London workman pays only cents, but it took him 20 minutes to earn the money. The newsc-hart above, based on a recent rvey by the National Industrial Conferenrp Roard. uives crimn.-ir.itii.^ ***!•**. ~r ~ i _* i._ . WHAT man 12 cc».i3, uui u IUUK mm iu mmuies 10 earn trie money, me newsc-fiart above, based on a recent survey by the National Industrial Conference Board, sives comparative costs of a number of basic items to workers in New York and London. Top figure in small boxes indicates cost of article- lov-cr figures indicate number of hours and minutes purchaser works to earn that amount' Residents of IJodanthc, N. c.. a illage on Hattera.s Island, celebrate Christmas on Jan. 6, the ancient "twelfth night." islcd by the child's unmarried mother. The court reversed and remanded a Union Circuit Court judgment for SC23.G7 in favor of V. C. Hunt, against the Paris Trimble Motor Company. The suit grew out of what- Hunt .said was unsatisfactory performance of a truck he bought from the company. Mrs. Dutch Seifert, ami other owners will be required to remove a non-fireproof building from a district in Stuttgart zoned only for fireproof structures, the court ruled. The decree reversed Arkansas Chancery court which had refused an order for (lie removal to G. A. Meyer and other Protestants. Destitute Maryland Coal Mining Town Gets Help From Neighbors SHALLMAR, Md., IJec. 13—<;r>— Christmas has come early to this destitute coal mine town. There were hot lunches yesterday for (he 50 pupils at the elementary school. Two trucks distributed milk, eggs, frmt and fresh vegetables to the 50 shacks where most of Shallmar's 200 people have been on the edge of- starvation for weeks. But Wolf Den Coal Mine, the hamlet's only industry still \ias shut down, as it has been since last March 31. The owner has hopes of reopening it, but no immediate prospects. Relief supplies came In by the (ruckload yesterday from neighbor- ing communities in western Maryland and nearby West Virginia. There were shipments from Cumberland. Md., and from Piedmon, W. Va. The trucks dumped their clothing and groceries at the three-room schoolhousc. Principle J. Paul An- drlck and Albert Males, chairman of the United Mine Workers' Local Relief Committee, supervised distribution. Andrick estimated there is enough on hand so the gaunt coal miners and their ramilies will have square meals for two or three weeks now. The fresh milk, the cp-s the vegetables — they were- the first some oi the families have seen months, since about the first of October when their tmwnploj mciit compensations ran out. The problem grew acute last week when a gill collapsed at schcw], Andrlck's investigation showed she and her family had only apulea to eat for a couple of weeks. Veteran Physician Dies; Hoc/ Practiced Since 1904 KK'OLANT), Ark., Dec. 13. :,i; _ "r. Owen I> Ward, 73. iirauicuip Physician hero since ISJOL dlcrl in a Mltlc Rock hospital yesterday. A native of Searcy, Ark., he at- tended the University o/ Arkansas Medical School and Tuluno University. He served four years as a momljcr of the state examining liiinrd and was surgeon for the Al- Ilieimer Division of the Cotton Belt Railroad. Survivors Include his wife Mrs _Myi'llc Illgrnnn Ward, formerly of "•'Strop, [.a., a UaughUr and • brother, funeral services were held this afternoon. Sprli-s PROOF! 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