The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 26, 1949 · Page 11
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 11

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, May 26, 1949
Page 11
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THURSDAY, MAT 26, 134fl BLYrHEVTLLE (ARK.) COURTER NEWS FACE Money for Caring For Needy Asked Mayor of LittU Rock Seeks Assistance in if; Supporting Hospital LITTLE ROCK, Mny 26. (IT>— The mayor of Arkansas' largest city wants some assistance In paying hospital bills for needy patients. Mayor Sam Wassel yesterday said the city of Little Rock will Insist that » more equitable system of paying for care of the needy patients be adopted at the city owned hospital operated under lease to the university of Arkansas Medica" School. Uttle Hock "does not plan to con- tinup paying J3,00p monthly to the hospital for Indigent care whil the city of North Uttle Rock am Puliiskl County pay nothing, 1 Mavor Wassel added. He said he will insist that 111 I'AO agencies assume some of th cost load before Little Rock renew a lease on the hospital buildin lo flic medical school. The medical school lenses th buildinrr from thn cit.v of IAtr\t> Roc for nsp in Its operations Offirin of the university are meeMne wit Mnvor WaK^el *o work out a ne lonse. The current one expires Jun 30. Wpsscl said tVie contract "will not be renewed until some arrangement ^worked out where the city won't SV<T- to carry the full losd for North TJltlc nock and the county." Pakistan Border Causes Trouble .For Afghanistan NEW DELHI, India M')—Afghanistan and Pakistan are fighting a propaganda war over * strip of tribal territory which gave the British no peace during their reign In Inrila. The area, known as "Tribal Territory" or "Independent Territory", lies along the so-culled Durand line between AfghanbtUn and Pakistan. The question of whether the territory should become part of Pakistan, be Independent, or Join Afghanistan ha* severely slrahwd relations between the two Muslim nnlloiu. Informed sources say tho severance of diplomatic rotations may retult and that the possibility of an armed clash cannot'be ruled out entirely. The trll)*l territory Is mounutu- ous land Inhabited by tall, llght- sklmied Path am, trigger-happy tribesmen whose fees for innnlcr rim coiuldcmbly below those of the western underworld. No one hu ever controlled the PHlhaiu. While the British held India, military onlpoals were maintained within tribal territory nnil attempt! were made to keep I ho Pathaiu at peace through brlbo.i, Fitxnwiitly, however, British officials were abducted and killed, which called for punitive action. Another concern of the British »"<•* U> prevent the tribesmen (rom stag- Ing raids Into India proper. • Recently, Pakistan's govmior- scnnal. Klmwa]a N«iimuddtn, declared the trlbul areas an Inlcgrnl part of 1'aklslan, a ilalcment which upst'l the AlKlmn.s. l.imllockoci AfghanhUn nlso renewed Its demand for tin outlet to tho sea Ihrongh Pakistan, "Anls", Hie scml-ofdcUl newspaper published at KnbnI, Afghanistan's capital, suggested that the question of tribal Independence and the matter of the outlet be placed before tho United Nations. Observers say Die prO))»gandn campaign tnay subside, as others have In the past. However, I hoy add that the tribal territory probably will bo a canso of bllter aign- mcnt for yearn to come.. Snake Caus«f Alarm Among Fir* Fighttrt McAIjESTKR, Okla. «>>—Tile boys ab the fire station were sitting around enjoying their checkers when all ot a sudden It happened. Some one yelled, and the fire hiddle.s jumped up and started running as If there were a four- nlnvm fire. A snake had slithered Into the station I Read Courier News Want Ads. 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Gadgil is particularly interested in plans'to increase facilities for processing minerals within the country. He says that nearly 50 per cent of India's imports of minerals are of goods manufactured from minerals mined ir India. A India is not exceptionally rich ir ^ ininerals. M. S. Kirshman, director of the Bureau of Mines, describes known resources as "very moderate iti size and variety" when taken in relation to the area and population. HITS THE TRAIL—Armed to the nill with )n£ toy imu>!s, .lack Grant, Jr., 5, stalled a bafk-Lo-tbe-farin movement, but it didn't work. Visiting Chicago with his mother, Mrs. Edna Williams, Jack decided he didn't like lliu big city, [lacked up and headed back to his grandmulh- er's tarm. A stranger saw him on a street car rive hours later and look him to police, Now Jack's back with his mother— and still in the bis city. The town of Medora, N. I)., was founded by a Fienchman, the Marquis de Mores, who named the site after his wife. 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