Miami OK Drive-In

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Miami OK Drive-In - SUNDAY,;FEBRUARY 27, 1949 MIAMI DAILY...
SUNDAY,;FEBRUARY 27, 1949 MIAMI DAILY NEWS-RECORD'— MIAMI, QKLA. LIMBS MOSTLY WHEELED AWAY , Branches Broken During Sleet Storm Placed in City'i Dump Grounds Alter a week of favorable weather and a .concentrated" cam. , paign by .the \street .and. park de" partments of Miami and the Chamber of Commerce clean-up committee, tree limbs broken by the recent ice storm jilmost completely have 1 .been removed from'the city, Bob Campbell, superintendent of the street department' said Saturday. With 20 trucks and 50 iextra ® men working all week; over ,1,150 truck loads of debris were removed from the city limits _and "placed at the city \dump grounds. : Praise was extended by Camp- 1 bell and Glenn Poarch for^he cooperation given by Miami citizens and firms and organizations furnishing trucks. ,. "The National, Guard furnished .five trucks each\,day, Campbell fj'eaid. .: ' > \ "It would have taken at least a week longer to complete this assignment had it not been for the National Guard's participation," Campbell added. • Joe Breaune, .company commander, and Raymond May, first sergeant, were commended. , Poarch,'the chamber clean-up "chairman, expressed his appre- Outdoor Theatre Project Work ,on 'Ottawa county's drive-in theater progressed according to schedule, Saturday with erection of 49-feet high'poles on which the theater's screen is to be attached. The screen/image is blueprinted to measure 30 feet by 40 feet. ' •, . •• - , • , : The projection booth is to .be located 180 feet distant from, the screen. Located north of the Spartan School of Aeronautics, the theater probably will be open sometime late next month or early in April. Work how is being supervised by 3. R*. Varnell,'Plainyiew, Tex., construction foreman. The amusement project-was initiated by the Coleman Trust and Griffith Consolidated Theaters. ' _^ ' POLICY MAKERS MEET AT 0, G, Democratic Leaders To Assemble at Huckins Hotel, For Important Talks OKLAHOMA. CITY, Feb. 26 — Iff)—Policy "makers-if or Oklahoma Democrats will meet Sunday to iron out ; a few wrinkles in party policy—and finances. State chairman Jim Arlington called the meeting for 1 p. m'T'Cit^the^Huckins hotel. * * One of the first queries he'll probably be called upon to answer is: "What's Roy doing in Wash-' ington?" Gov. Roy J. Turner flew to Washington tonight on an undisclosed mission after'; reportedly obtaining a "hands - off" pledge from Lieut. Gov. James E. Berry so far as legislative matters are concerned. Few believe the governor's trip has anything to do with appointment to a post in President Truman's official family—something the governor has tried to soft pedal in recent weeks.~- : Best guess was it had to 'do with the state-federal road program for the! next .two years. ' $7,000 which the' last which' Prime to who of who (a in women when molding His a < lim formed soon criticism U. Malay was development. he Go activity, The' governor has been instrumental in urging the President;to visit i the Estate for the annual Jackson-Jeff ergon day .dinner-—-the party's, -traditional fund - raising get-together. •:•'. . -'.. •:••

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  1. Miami Daily News-Record,
  2. 27 Feb 1949, Sun,
  3. Page 3

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