The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 6, 1951 · Page 4
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THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, IWf BLTTBET1LLB (ARK.) COURIER 'JOSWB PASE mra Big Lake Hunting Area Plans Explained Capitol Hill Newsmerrto Bar Tass Press Gallerie Admission State Officiol < Tells Misscooms Of Development T. H. Holder, coordinator of the State Game and Fish Commission, last night explained 4^6 members of the Mississippi County Wildlife Association what steps the commission plans to take toward the development of the 7,000 acres of land purchased recently at Big Lake into a public hunting area. Mr. Holder told the sporUmen that the commission already lias done some clearing work at the ar«t and that the grounds would be ready for use during the 1951 duck season. However, he said that hunters will have to use the area "pretty much as It is now" during the coming season. "It will take some time to develop the area the way we want to develop it." he said. "We want to be sure that we are doing the right thing when we do it." Mr. Holder stated that one of the lirst things to be done toward the development of the area is to make ,>it more attractive to waterfowl. ."We already have cleared some new holes in the area and expect to'clear more and to sew food to attract the waterfowl." Area Primarily for Ducks •The area will be primaiily for ducta, Mr. Holder said. ^fo: He said that the commission f^lans to construct eventually some dams within the boundaries of the are* to cleanup some sloughs and to..create empoundments. The commission also hopes to stabilize the boundary between the Federal Pish and Wildlife Service (time refuge and the state-owned public shootin? area. At present the federal refuge boundary crosses the floodway ditch, which 15 the main inlet to the shooting area, at several point*. It Is the commis- •ioh's plan to get the eastern boundary of the refuge changed so that the (loodway ditch will be included in the public shoot-ing area. Open to Public Mr. Holder stated that the area will be open to the public provided •tate and federal duck hcenseh are purchased. The commission does not plan bo establish any strict regulations for the area with the possible exception of the prohibit- in; of a person to bring more than one day's kill (four ducks) out of the area. ; This, he explained, will help prevent a person or a group of persons from monopolizing duck shooting in the area. "Nobody will have sole right to a blind located within the boundar- ^•s'of the public shooting of the IPrea even though that person built the blind," Mr. Holder said. Houses Must Be Moved Mr. Holder told the sportsmen that houses or other livable or sleeping quarters now located within the boundaries of the shooting area will be required to move them by Sept: 4, 1953. The discussion of the area proceeded a short business meeting of the county association at which officers for the coming year were elected. C. G. Redman of Blytheville, was elected president to succeed Ross Stevens .of -Blytheville;- Herbert Shippen'of Osceola was elected vice- president and B. P. Brogdon ol Blytheville was elected secretary- treasurer. A film on wildlife at Grassy and Bwan Lakes In southern Arkansas was shown by Tom Mull, educational director of/the Game and Pish Commission. WASHINGTON, Sept. t. </Pl — Capitol Hill newsmen have acted to deny admission to congressional press galleries "at the present time" to any new representatives of the Russian news agency,.Tass. The standing committee of correspondents, elected by their colleagues to govern the press galleries, took the action last night after hearing a complaint from the American Society of Newspaper Editors that Tass Ls "not a bona (Ide news service, but is primarily a propaganda and intelligence agency of the Soviet government." The standing committee's action means that no additional applica- tions for Tass newsmen, even to fill vacancies, will be considered for the time being. The cohimittee took no action on an ASNE request to eject the four Tass representatives accredited now. It delayed a decision to seek advice of the State and Justice Departments and to make an inquiry of Its own. The standing committee made no reference to the case of William N. Oatis, Associated Press correspondent imprisoned by Communist Czechoslovakia on espionage charges which this government has termed baseless. Truman's Gift Elephant Dies at Sea CAPETOWN, South Africa, Sept. 6. Wj—Oscar, the young bull elephant the king of Cambodia sent to President Truman, dropped dead today. The animal died as the ship on which it was traveling, the Steel Surveyor, was docking here. It South Snares Beauty Wins First Victories Won ' For Miss America ATLANTIC CITY. N.J., Sept. «. (if) —Two southern belles rang up the first victories last night In the Miss America pageant. In the first of three preliminary contests before the Saturday night finals, Miss Alabama, Jeanne Moody of Cherokee, Ala., walked off with the talent trcphy. Miss North Carolina, Lu Long Ojburn of Smithfield. N.C., took bathing suit honors. , Miss North Carolina, a 19-year- old Salem College. K.C. student, is five feet, 8 s i inches tall, and measures 25 inches at the waist, 36 at the bust and 37 at the hips. The 21-year-old Miss Alabama, clad in a pink negligee, gave a dramatic portrayal of an invalid woman who Is about to be murdered. was sent by King Norodom Sian- houk Varmen of Cambodia, in Indochina, a* a good will gift ollowing accreditation o( the rst Cambodian minister to ihington. The tropic-born animal had een given special care during the oyage and warm air was pump- d into its box as the ship travel- d through wintry waters of the oulhern hemisphere. At Durban wo tons of -ane sjigar, Oscar's avorlte food, were taken aboard. The elephant will be buried at ea later today ' after the ship ails. Dubrovnik, YuEoslavlan seaport, is a town of 18,000. • , ' Cx.tra Service Given |Py Hotel Coin Polisher SPARTANBURO, S.C. r/p)—when you break a bill at a hotel here your change looks like it's fresh from a mint. But the coins may be several years old. despite their shiny finish. The secret Is an Inzenlous money-polishing machine "that handles about »350 in coins at a time. A revolving cylinder 13 - filled with change, water, cleaning and polishing powder, buckshot and small steel spikes, After the mixture ael- tatcs a few minutes the coins look «nd feel like new. NEW Air Conditioned By Refrigeration "Your Community Center" MANILA, ARK. Matinees Sat. & Sun. 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