The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 3, 1949 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, October 3, 1949
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MONDAY; OCTOBER 3, 1949 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE THREE Medical Center Plans Advanced U. of A. Trustees Vote To Proceed with 'Immediate' Building , Ark.i Oct. 3. (/T) —The proposed states rtiedical center at Little Bock advanced to the definite planning stage Saturday. The University of Arkansas trustees. meeting here, voted to "pro- Couple Dies on Eve Of 54th Anniversary Of Their Marriage ADRIAN. Mich.; Oct. 3. Ifft— Mr. »nd -Mrs. Albert Langenderfer were to celebrate the 54th anniversary o( a long and happy marriage next month. They have Invited their 12 chll dren and 52 grandchildren to join them Nov. 12 at their farm on the Michigan border near Mctamora; O Yesterday, the family' was callec to the old homestead ahead of tune. Langenderler had become ser iously 111. His wife arid niany of the cliil ren and grandchildren, filled will ceed with immediate planning and construction of tlie medical center." Erhart, Kchenbaum and Bach, Little Rock, and Ed Stone, New York, were employed as architects to prepare plans for the, center. Construction will' proceed when money becomes available. ^The 1949 legislature gave a por- •bn of slate Income under the Revenue Stabilization Act to the medi r cal center, but the amount available kmially will depend upon state tax collections. Governor McMath, who atlendci the session of the trustees, said tha the center, which he sponsored n the legislature as an admtnistra tloh proposal, will be constructed as son as possible. Okay Children's Ward The trustees also gave tentallv approval to a proposal of .Ltlu Rock civic club leaders to rais •funds for construction of a chi drerfs ward at, the medical cente John Rises. Jr., acted as spokesma for the group of civic club repre sentatlves who attended the mee 'ing. : ' ' ' A board resolution expressed approval of the idea. In tlie only other major action, the board voted to purchase sufficient three per cent mortgage bonds to complete fmanc- ita, of a proposed 4-S Oh* hau* on the university campus. About, 15 per cent o fthe money has been raised by 4-H groups and the board ' agreed to buy mortgage bonds for the remaining fourth, about ttoOOO No action wa.5 taken tow ard naming a successor to Dr. H. Clay Che- niult, Hot Springs, who resigned recently as university vice president in charge of medical education. Affects of Steel Walkout on Corn Storage Checked WASHINGTON, Oct. 3. («•>—1 Agriculture Department Is making » oulck survey to find out whether the steel strike will disrupt its corn storage program. The strike enters into trie picture because the department has Disced large orders for steel bins to help store the huge crop in the corn belt, A department official said Sat- ,-urd'ay a spot check earlier indica,t- * ed that most fabricators had ample stocks of sheet steel to complete • their contracts for bins, even though steel production plants closed. A further check will be made early this week and results should be available by mid-week, the official said. In addition to circular and quon- M»' hut-type steel cribs, the department also is buying wood and aluminum bins. They are needed by Nov.; 1- 1 Too Many Road Hogs DERBY, Ing., Oct. 3. (.TV-George € ood. 90, said Saturday he is giv- ; up driving hU car after 43 years of it. ' "Too many road hogs," he explained. rief, gathered by his bedside, Sol mnly, a priest began to adminls the last rites of the Catholi Church. As he spoke, Mrs. Langcndcrfo ropped to the lloor. Doctors said elderly coup! •In Department Meets Haze ot Rail Depot ALEXANDRIA, Va, Oct. 3. (A'l— Tlie Alexandria ' Fire. Department net ».fire'at the rallroad>tation lere. A telegraph operator at t'alihaven, hree '. miles soulh of .the city, noticed a burning flat car as a tiain msed by.. He sent "word to stop c train at Alexandria. The .fire depaitmcnt anivcd at Union Station as tlie '.freight trail phlled In arid had the blaze .out li 20 minutes. Assistant Fire. Chic William Barber said It was caused by a hot box. Poplar Bluff 4-H Girl Wins Pie-Eating Event COLUMBIA, Mo:," Oct. 3. .(/I") — Freckled-laced Plivllis Ann Wpoi ncomplete Dye Job Traps^ Escaped Felon LITTLE ROCK, Oct. S. V '(/T) — When William C. Weeks, 21, escaped from.the Louisiana Stat« Prison Sept. 23, he had brilliant red hair. When he was arrested Friday at Lonoke, Ark., by. Sheriff Earl Jackson, he liad Jet black hair. But State Police Lt,. H. R. Peterson said the fugitive, who also Is wanted In Tennessee, had forgotten one detail—he-still had brilliant red eyebrows. won the cherry p!e baking. contest which 1 opened (hi. state 4-H roundup at the Missouri College ol Agriculture here Saturday. .She defeated seven other entries and will represent Missouri in the national contest in 1 Chicago February 21. Nichols Drug PHONK <C*1 BONDED RADIO REPAIR For the first time in Bly- Iheville, we offer you BONDED RADIO REPAIR SERVICE. Every job bonded by an indemnity company which stands behind our guarantees. WHY TAKE LESS THAN THE BEST? Piano Tuning AND REPAIR We use the famous STRO- BOCONN in our tuning service. WHY TAKE LESS THAN THE BEST? PIANOS NEW AND USED MUSIC INSTRUMENTS- SHEET MUSIC- RECORDS Everything in Music BROOKS MUSK STORE 107 E. M«i» TeL 811 Poplar Blulf Ilien School studen led virtually at the same monieii At DREiFUS Pay As Little As OPEN AN ACCOUNT TODAY! DON'T MISS THE OCT. 4™ ISSUE OF THE COURIER NEWS FOR THE ANNOUNCEMENT OF THE GREATEST RETAIL EVENT IN BLYTHEVILLE HISTORY! -COMING OCT. 4th- *,&?&

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