The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 20, 1949 · Page 16
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 16

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, December 20, 1949
Page 16
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PAGE 81XTKKN UL,rilikVU,U!l tAKK..)' CUUKltK NfcWS Court Approves Spa Library Deal Safe of Lots Given Okay to Provide Funds for Building Thoughtful Farmer TC//S Thief of His Oversight TUESDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1949 Mo,, Dec. 20. <&} — John Smith, Clarkton district farmer, came to town yesterday and wrote out an advertisement to b« run In the Dnnkliu Democrat. The ad says: "Notice — Party or parity who ook JOB liens Irom aw chicken- house overlooked two hens and a rooster." ROCK, Dec. 20— (>D— Tlie Arkansas Supreme Court- yesterday held * Hot Springs library organization limy sell Us real estate «nd use the proceeds for B public library. The court upheld the Garland Chancery Court in ordering Thomas E. Bo.sson and others la accept two lots in Hot Springs Irom the Woman's Christian National Library Association for $32,000. The association plans to HW the money for erection of a building for th« Garland County Free Library. The high roily t said the library association agreed to sell the lots to Bosson and his associates, but that the lattcr'.s attorneys refused lx> approve the title on ground that tlie association held the two lots In trust for library purposes and conlci not convey a good title. Both the chancery court and the supreme court heJd the trust was not violated and ordeiwl the -prospective purchasers to curry out their contract. The lots involved were purchased from the United Slates government for $100 in 1883-The court ordered Harry R. Pope to serve a five-year sentence imposed In Garland circuit court on | a conviction for burglary. Pope was found guilty of breaking into a Hot Sprigns pharmauy Dec, 18, 1948. In an exchange of shots at the time one man was killed and a Hot Springs police officer, John finny, wounded. The court upheld a conviction In the Little River Circuit Court of Vernon Jackson for burglary, but reversed the companion conviction for grand larceny. If the slats wishes it may have him retried in the grand larceny The appeal was the second by Jackson. The first was reversed because the trial court allowed introduction of an arcom;)Jiec',s l>'"Ji of guilty. On the second appeal the grand larceny conviction was reversed because the trial judge refused to | allow additional argument by attorneys after giving an a titled introduction on what constituted grand larceny. Tlie jury fixed Jackson's punishment on the burglary charge al three years imprisonment and on the grand larceny charge at four years imprisonment. The court denied a rehearing of Its decision antheming a 60-day extension of the retail beer snips permit of the "Brass Rail," LIUle Rock restaurant. Revenue Commissioner Dean Morley ordered the suspension after, he said, Inn restaurant sold beer to minors- Pnlaski Chancellor .Prank H. Dodge enoined the action, but the supreme court overruled him and reinstated the sus- • pension, After today's SPAS Eon the court recessed until Jan. 2. Giant Jellyfish Attacks And Kills Australian Boy BRISBANE, Australia, Dec, 20. W 1 ) —Brian Andrew McNamara, 10, was attacked and killed Sunday by a giant jellyfish at North Mission IJeacJi, 17 miles east of Tully, Jn North Queensland. The boy's father pounded and kicked the huge thing In a desperate but ftUile effort to save hfs ISOU'A life The boy died In agony from Ihp stings. The Jellyfish slid away and escaped. Minister is Killed In Missouri Accident CAMERON, Art).. Dec. 20. t/r t __ The Rev. Bryan MirKlnley Crosby, former "Buddy Poppy" director of the elerans of FnreifUi Wars, was killed In a highway accident sev miles south of here yesterday. 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