The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 10, 1949 · Page 2
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JAGI mo BLTTHEVIUJB (ARK.) COURIE* N*W» WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 10, Improvements Suggested for Industrial School More Recreation, * Cleaner Dining Hall Are Urged LITTLE HOCK, Aug. 10. (AP) — The Arkansas Council on Children and Youth yesterday recommend-1 fd that ft broader recreation and | rehabilitation program be started at the state's Boys Industrial | School. I The recommendations were made] to Governor McMath and were con-] lained in a report of a survey of \ the scliool The survey was authorized by th* 1M9 legislature. Members of the Council said the ciirent program and services offered the young inmates at the Pine Bluff school were "uniformly favorable;" bill added thai there arc many deficiencies whirli should be improved. Members said lack of funds prohibited extension of some services. Some of the points recommended—the Council said they would effect Improvements without additional costs of legislative action— included: Rearrangement of housing facilities to provide additional space for ] rccrealion and vocational Irfu Extension of the schools educn- 1 lionat facilities to provide academic training through the 12th wane. Organization of a vocational education program and a delegation of some of the- schools farming operations, That (lie school should he considered a training Institution and not | a work school. An improvement in the handling ano dispensing of milk In the din- Ing hall, institution of a "fly control" program and other health measures Organization of a Boy Scout pro- grim and s recreational program for physically handicapped boys. Governor McMath said he had turned the report over to the hoard governing the Boys lurUislrial School for its consideration and action. The board was to meet at Pine Bluff. DKN1KS MKDA1. IS FOR KIS1.KK CSCAI'K — Capt. Jan Cwlkllnski .-kipper of the liner Batory on wilier Communist Gerhart Eislcr escaped last Miry, displays tile Gold Cross of Merit awarded him by the pohsl government as he is interviewed or the liner's arrival at New York lAiig. 61. He sain the medal hat "nolliluK to do" with Bisler's successful flight from this country and that the medal was presented (or "out-slamling service" since the war in the Polish merchant marine. (AP Wirepholoi. ^ Would-Be Woman Matador Returns Home with Nothing but Sore Spots NEW YORQ. Aug. 10. la'}— New York's woutd-be lady hiillfighter re- urned from Spain yesterday, sllll nlhusiastlc in spite ol I'Ude con- act In the bull ring. Instead of a pair of ears—bull- Ightlng's victory symbol — young Mis. Edllh Ijuirle-Entlne brought ome a couple of sore spots where young bull scored a poinl for Spain. "But that's all right," she said. 'You've got lo learn sometime. I was so busy watching my footwork I forgot to look at the bull.' He was only a small practice bull with two lo three inch horns, but le caught Ihe '21 -year old apprentice In the left flank and sent her ;prawling. She took her lessons on Ilic farm of Malador Islrlro Marln, who admired her spirit but said -she had a lot lo learn before she goes after a bull' with a .sword. Before she takes any more lessons, though, she plans to do some propaganda work for bullfighting <n the United States. "Of course you'll never persuade people to let the bulls be killed— although It's no worse than fox lunting," she aald. But I want to see If we can start he Portuguese style of fighting In 'lorlda this winter." Under the Portuguese rules, the matador baits the bull but doesn't nil It. To be fair all around, the bull has padded horn*. Someday, when she gets her footwork straightened out, Mra. Laurie- Entlne wants to climb Into a Mexican bull ring and play for keeps. "It will lake a long time." she said. USSR Proposal Defeated GENEVA, Switzerland, Aug. 10. — 'l —A Soviet effort to outlaw the atomic bomb was decisively rejected here yesterday by a 60-nation conference revising the Geneva War Conventions. The conference threw out the resolution by 35 votes to nine, with five abstentions. The delegation of Israel •: expectedly voted In favor of the resolution, and provided the Russians with their only non-Communist support. JAILED FOR CONTEMPT of court. Mrs. Nettie Capps, 57-year-old gold slff mother, of Salt Lakes City, Utah, chose Jail rather than obey court order to turn her son's war service Insurance over to his former wife and three children. Her son was killed Ui the Buttle of the Bulge. (AP Wirephoto). Mexican Indians wind bljr fireflies around their ankles for light on night Journeys through forests Rescue Shift Stand By HONG KONG. Aug. 10— VP>— American ships and Hying boaU will stand by to evacuate all American lalionals from Communist-threatened Canton In an emergency, consul general George D. Hopper said today. Hopper said only a small number of Americans had left the Chinese Nationalist provisional capital. PROPOSKI) BUDGET OF EXPENDITURES AN1> TAX LEVY FOB SCHOOL YEAR BEGINNING JULY 1. >M« TO AND INCLUDING Jl'NE M, mi The Board of Directors of Brinkley School District No. 52 of Mls- •lulppi County, In compliance with th« requirement* of Admencunent 40 to the Conatitullon of Ihe State of Arksnsa*. have prepared and hereby make public a proposed budget of expenditure* together with the tax levy as follows'. General Control IIOO.OO Instruction 12.000.00 Operation of Plant 1400.00 Maintenance of School Plant 500.00 Auxiliary Service* 3300.00 Capital Outlay 2825.00 Debt Service «2500 rued Chaiges 315.00 THERE MUST BE A REASON WHY IT'S THE MID -SOUTH 'S LARGEST SELLER H'S AILVEGETABIF Total 20525.00 Thu estimate include* the retire- ment of an ladebtedn«M whleh would Incurr by the building at « new building or extensive repalra on the present building. To meet the requirements of these school needs a lax levy of 30 mills will be necessary. Therefore, the Board of Directors are submitting these proposals to the patrcms of the district at the annual school election which will be held September W, 1MT Given this the asth day of July l»tf. Board of Directors, r. A. Bourland, President Maimering Towles, Secretary 1127-8,3-10 JUST RECEIVED A CARLOAD OF ATLACIDE • Orders Filled Promptly • E. C. Robinson Lbr. Co. Phone 551 Potatoes VB. 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