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MONDAT, OCT. «, 1952 ' BHTHEV1LI.E (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Supreme Court Reassembles « "underjet$| Today for Eight-Month Term By PAUL M. TOST * WASHINGTON 1* — Confronted by legal controversies of far-reaching Importance, the Supreme Court reassembles today to start another historic term. The eight-month session is expected to produce a ruling on f the old and burning Issue of segrega lion of Negro and white children in public schools. Negro parents In two appeals have asked.the tri buna! to strike down segregation as an unconstitutional "badge inferiority." . .A decision also Is looked for in one major phase of the hot, Issir of public vs. private power devel opment. The court has agreed.! rule whether private Industry o the federal government shouh build a big hydroelectric plant Roanoke Rapids, N.C. In appeals filed during the sum mer recess, the court has bee asked to grant hearings on thes Issues: Convlctiorr of Julius Rosenber and his wife on charges of beln .atom spies. If denied a heerln only President Truman can save them from execution in New York's 'Sing Sing Prison. The right of the Atlantic. Coast i Line Railroad and other Southern lines to require segregation of Negro and white passengers in coaches.. Gambling Tai Due Constitutionality of the new federal law requiring gamblers to buy a $60 tax stamp. Validity of the new Federal Lobbying Act, which was Intended to regulate persons and organizations seeking to Influence congressional legislation. The right of Dr. Edward A Rumely to deny to Congress the names of purchasers of books pu I out by his Committee lor Const! tudonal Government. Indications point to busy months ahead for the nine justices. Al ready approximately 600 case have been docketed and more ar arriving daily. The total repre sents about a 30 per cent increas over the same time' last year. By long tradition, Monday open • ing sessions are mere formalities The court will admit attorneys I practice, hear a new routine m * tions, and then adjourn for , week. During the week the •• justices will hold closed door conferences to discuss the appeals filed during ' , their vacation time. Their decisions on which cases will be reviewed will be announced the following Monday. "" \~ City Tears Up Marijuana Plot Fly Non-Stop To Honolulu HONOLULU Wt—Forty-two FM Thunderjet tighten flew nonstop from Travli Air Force Base, ctllt., to Hawaii yesterday In the second transpacific mses Jet flight In history. - I Their commander was Col. Donald J. M. ,Bl««eslee, 35, Falrport Harbor, O. The Thunderjet* were refueled In the air by Boeing aerial tankers. The planes ere part of the 21th Tighter Escort Wing of the Strategic Air Comm»n<S, based at Bergstrom Air Force Ba^e, Austin, Ten Thirty-three more, the remainder of the wing, are due today from Travis, The 15-plane group Is scheduled to IfRve jor Japan next week for a three-month tour of duty with the Far Fast Air Forces, replacing the 31st Fighter Escort Wing, which made the flstoric trans-pacific flight last July. The 31st will return to Its base at Turner, Albany, Gs. SUPER-STETHOSCOPE — This new super-stethoscpp* «a» recently demonstrated at London's National Heart Hospital. Ai seen, microphones are arranged around Ui« chest and neck of tin patient. They pick up the slightest heort sounds, «m(iUi> «nd record them on photographic plates, giving the heart specialist • permimlent record of the organ in action which he c»n study. Arkansas News Briefs— Cherry Visits Texas to Study State Governmental Functions By The Associated Trtit LITTLE ROOK — Gov.-nominate Francis Cherry li in Texas this week to study that state's governmental functions. His headquarters here said the Democratic nolninee would visit other state* befor* outlining his program for presentation to he 1953 General Assembly. HAC Investigation to Be Re-Opened LITTLE ROCK — Prosecutor Tom Downfe says the Pulaskl County Grand Jury will convene Wednesday, re-opening an Investigation of the Arkansas Highway Audit Commission report. The March Grand Jury was dismissed by Circuit Judge Gus Fulk In a dispute over a similar Investigation. Th« KAC charged Itrfound waste and extravagance in state Highway Department operations. • NEW YORK WV^Sanitatlon be partment crevfs recently^uprooted_2 • pounds'of''marijuana growing in vacant lot in the Bronx. Authorities said growth of ;th weed in the city ts encouraged b birds spreading- the seed, or b criminals deliberately planting in out-of-the-way places for an 11 • legal harvest. A pound of marijuana, from -which about 100 cigarettes are • made, will bring more than $100 on . the Illegal market. Unemployment Benefits to Korean Vets Set LITTLE ROCK — The state Employment Security Division administrator says weekly unemployment benefits of »26 to qualified Arkansas veterans of the Korean war will begin Oct. 14. : Administrator John H v Greene said the compensation program will allow unemployed veterans to receive compensation for 26 weeks. He said veterans who served at least 90 consecutive days In the armed forces since June 27, 1950 and who received an honorable' discharge would be eligible lor the program. Democratic Committee to Open Offices LITTLE ROCK — The Arkansas Democratic StaU Committee opens offices here tomorrow to direct the state campaign for the party's Stevenson-Sparkman ticket, state Committee Chairman Leflel Gentry said. Lloyd Lewis, a. .Little Rock public relations man, will be in charge of the new office. Ksdt Ignore Red Crost 'In InrJo-China Fighting ' SAIGON. Indo-Chlna (/Pi — The international Red Crow Is meeting only stony eilencs In Its efforts to ' send representatives Into prisoner- of-war camps of the Communist• -led Vietminh in Indo-Chlna. Repeated appeals have been made ••.to permit the organization to dellv- ' «r much - needed medicines to ; French Union soldiers held by the Vietminh. •'" French Union captives of the .Vietminh long have been reported suffering because of a shortage of 'food and medicines. Night Marshal Slayer Gets Life Sentence HARHISBURG, Ark. 1 — Forty-five-year-old OI«f Hubba has been sentenced to life imprisonment for the slaying of a Marked Tree night marshal. The Weona farmer who was convicted of first degree murder by * Poinsett County Criminal Court Jury Saturday, testified he shot in self defense. Night Marshal Albert Rink was slain In a gunflght Marked Tree last April 29. Hubba filed notice of appeal. riiorosr.n CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT NO. 43 BE IT RESOLVED by the House of Representatives of the state of Arkansas and by tne Senate of the State of Arkansas, a Majority of All fne Memoers Elected to Each House Agreeing Thereto: That the following is nereby proposed as an amendment to the Constitution of the State ol Arkansas, and upon being submitted to the electors of the State for approval rejection at the next general election for Representatives and 'Senators if » majority of the electors voting thereon, at such an election, adopt such amendment, the same shall become a part of the Constitution of the Bt»t« of Arkansas, ^o-wit: Amendment No is to the Constitution of the State of Arkansas, adopted by the electors of this State at the, General Election held and conducted on the 6th day of November. 19S8, Is hereby amended to read as follows: SECTION 1. It being most apparent that privately operated factories, industries and transportation facilities are necessary for the development of a community and for the welfare of its Inhabitants, an annual tax of not exceeding one per cent ol the assessed valuation of all taxable property wttnln the corporate boundaries thereof may be levied by cities of the first and sec ond class for the purno*? -' providing funde to be u«d for the acquisition of sites within or without such cities and for the construction ol such site* of buildings and other f»f illltes, for lea-ie or sale for the aforesaid purposes, or for the amortisation of bonds bearing Interest at not more than four per cent per annunr. -isued for such purposes SECTION 1. When petitioned bj not less than ten per cent of the qualified electors residing therein, the City Council or other ;governing body ot any such city shall call for an election to be held not mure than ninety days thereafter for the purpose of having the qualified electors vote in the proposition. SECTION 3. The General Assembly shall enact such enabling legislation as shall be required to effectuate the purposes tiereor. APPROVED: March 20. 1951. Secretary of State O. Q. HALL KEEPING TABS-'n Korea, U. S. Marines model ihe stagea of development of the new tabs added to bullet-proof vests *»»'$*<* the lower abdomen. Cpl. Joe Sanchez, left, of San Anton o Tex . wears one deilen a square, four-plate "apron"; Cpl. Robert Welch, Tf "ewHavcrconn, wears . straight, two-plate protector and Cpl E. -U Norris, ot Seminola, Tex,, wears the final cle»ign which evolved from the olhcr two. A billion pounds of delergents are | Kit Carson Is credited with dell made from petroleum every year, I ering the first n c ws of the discovc says the National Geographic So-1 ot gold in California to Washingto ciety. ' I D.O. State Highway Commission Hit By AND Official Johnson Criticiztt Addition of Read* To Highway SyiUm LITTLE ROCK IK— Th« Arkansas ghway Commission drew (ire om » state Highway Depurtment ftclnl yesterday. Alt Johnson, chtef engineer of e Hlghwuy Department, crlttged ! recent addition of 22^ miles secondary roads to the highway ystcm by the Commission. He »atd 10 notion was B "burden on main- nance operations, expenses mid. manpower which could have been Illl/ed In another form and dlf- erent construction. Johnson, who wa» Interviewed n n Little Hock radio program, Arknn'.aiif; In The News", old the main reasons for roads be- nK added now are that their tructures' ore worn out, the [•ravel's bad or they need black- oppliig." • Backs Mai-k-BBlacVwcll Act Johnson called for adoption of he MRck-Blnckwell amendment. saying It would make possible what lie called "continuity of lolley in highway construction." He snld the proposed five-mem' ber commission, appointed to staggered terms, would allow the Commission to retain seasoned err TOGCTHK- Lucill* Mayor, rifbt, o< ¥••*• City, N. J-, W «rownW "«•, N«w J*r»y »UW F»lr" fc» Mn. I Kvelyn -Joyc* Sch«oh, r«c«M winner of tin "Mrt. Am*rl» ttt 1»S3" tttl*. Lovttr Mi« H»r» If, *v« Iwt, <lK a*U in NiM InchM »nd wvlntM 1M Mundi. partment now has about til million in road construction «nd«r contract, with a sli**blc portion alloted for primary road con»*ruv- tlon. He said about 1W eomtracMoa mem-1 projects on itcond»ry ro*4* »ow ucrs who could plan ahead. Thel* re undi-rway. present 13 commissioners are ap-1 —--" pointed by the governor. The baby of a large k»Bgs«o Johnson »ald iha Highway D«-1 ooly s*out »n Inch lent »» 1 ANNOUNCING THE in Television History! Now at HU BEARD'S New for 1953 FROM The famed Damascus steel of ancient times was shipped from India to Damascus by boat and camel caravan. One of thi most technical of In' dustrles, electronic! manufacturing, employs an unusually large proportion of unskilled workers. 6 6 6 A Ev«ry TOP KENTUCKY BOURBON PHILCO /OURS FOR ONLY |95 Even at Low*st Pric«, New Cylindrical-Face 17" Tube "NO GLARE" 150 Sq. Inch Picture For viewing enjoyment and quality, here'* the greatest 17-inch TV value ever offered—the new Philco. 1824. Special shipment just arrived—come in, s*« it! 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