The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 25, 1947 · Page 9
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 9

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, June 25, 1947
Page 9
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WEDNESDAY, June 25, 1047 ,;, i BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.)" COURIER NIWB Would Correlate t.. 1 : State Recreation ' Arkansas Resources ; Could Be Used By Many More Sportsmen ;. LITTLE ROCK, Ark, June 25. (UP) — The formation of a state 'ntfc-agency committee to correlate ttdTVay»t»t« and local recreation plans vEfc suggested to the resources snd development, commission yes- ierday. _ 1 Meeting with Hendrix Lackey, R, ind D. director, Walter Scott, secretary of th» federal Inter-agency ppmmlttee from Washington, suggested the formation of a similar jtnte group. Scott waa accompanied to Little Rock by Milton J. McColm, Regional chief of lands of the national park service. ' Lackey said following the conference that he will call the heads Of various state agencies — such as the game and fish commission, (he highway department and the agricultural extension service — together to discuss recreational facilities In Arkansas. !•. McColm gave to Lackey a complete study of recreational facilities here, prepared by the national park Service In which he said that "Ark- insas has an abundance of desira- )ie, natural resources capable of lupplying the recreational needs (.f iot only the population of the state jut. also .much of the population [rom surrounding states." '. McColm's survey revealed that federal and state agencies now ad- inizjlster 11 large scenic areas in Arkansas which are located within SO mile zones of 53 per cent of the jlale's population. '.The survey said that six regions of ;tie-^Ate are.unprovided for and rc- forUfcended the development of six Iddltional state parks lo serve the YemfAplhg 47 per cent of the popu- toticff . '•The survey listed the regions short of facilities as being in *\:<. Southern half of the state and at 1 Missco Educators Attend Southern Conference Four Mississippi Coimly educators, including two from Blythcvlllc, arc pictured ubovo wllii cigh Seek Funds To Build Inland Waterway WASHINGTON, June 25. (UP) — Members of the Alabama «nd MlK- shslppt delegation* to Congress have o]>cn«l a drive for funds to start construction of tli« Tenncs- sCD-Tombl|rb*e inland waterway. "This Is Hie most Important development' of |Ui kind In America and It l s Unthinkable that we should postpone the beginning of It,-; oonslriictlon," said a statement from Sfus. Lister HIM and John J. epurkmxn of Alabama and Sc " James o. Rutland and Rep. John Rtinkin of Mississippi. The democratic congrewmen dc _ scribed com)>letlon of I he projec ; us necessary to all truffle on the i Mississippi, Ohio, Missouri nn< enncsscr rivers and to furnish i icrt outlet to the sen for the O:i' IdRe, Tenn,, atomic energy plnn 1 "This project in already million* d and tli«r Army engineer* nr catty to . proceed with It.s con trurlion as soon ft.s fnnd s are pro idcrt," they salrt. "Therefore, w >rojx>se U) make the drive for If nserllon of a provision to tl pending appronrlatlon bill to pro vlrtc llic funds.' "To refuse this appropriation no would simply rtelnS', for perhaps two ycur.s. the construction of Ihls ;re»t project upon *hlch our nn- :lon*l defense, aa well as the uso Almost Pulil Its Way The Tower of (.omloii cost «P- liroxlinntcly $100,000 to maintain during !»i . whlta i rteeipi* from Th« pullf nuxhriom, or ulmliulon ret, and guide-book wtomlin Scorodo^it^-,'IM^U UM totaled tKHm. \ .'•• ; •'• l»"h a dUtlnet^** 'ot (Utte. ither educational leaders who represented Arkansas tins month a I the Southern Stales Ertucallor inference at Ltaylonn Beach, Tin. They arc, lop row. left to right. Mrs^C. L. Moore, principal o Osceola High .School, Mifs Winnie Virgil Turner ol Blythcville, supervisor of city elemcntar; schools .ncl Mrs. Bird, superintendent of Wilson Schools. . H. W. Wylie, member ot BlyllieviUe Sclixil Board, und bottom row, extreme rl«ht, Cart Lions Hear Beekeeper The Rev. Ray McLcster siwkc on area from 50 to 75 miles wide Just east of Little Rock and extending North to the Arkansas - Missouri boundary. ' ENTER NOW! Missco Five Acre Soybean Yield Contest Sponsored by B/ytnevif/e Joycees $250 in Priies Controls on Gasoline Exports To Be Renewed WASHINGTON, June 25. (UP) — Wartime co«tro! s on U. S. petroleum exports go hack into effect Monday in n move apparently designed to appease :raltics of American oil shipments o Russia. The Commerce Department an- lounccd restoration of the controls HffBftjfrfo giro* long wear Women have been comparing fabric* all their lives., They' taiowf fine knitting. Thai'* wfcy they rav* over the values in Hanea Underwear—the product of 4S year* of experience in the knitting JEmsmeM. . 'Brother, you cant beat a woman shopping" f.*MMn »fc Active, b«»y men 8nd the,duct- •lecye T-ShlH'uKful «l*o M • •porti thlrt. W«tr with * Hanrt- knlt Btlef (w)th athletic wppaft •od • jxotecUve M>l» «c«t). of our Rreat inland .waterway system, dcpemts." 1st PPze . 2nd Prize 3rd Prize Kd Critz Trophy and $100.00 §75.00 S25.00 Compare Notes with soybean growers all over Mississippi County Obtain entry blanks and rules through your County Agent. DEADLINE 1st of JULY! ices and beekeeping at the weekly nceting of the Lious Club yestcr- lny noon at the Hotel Noble. We Deliver Meats I Groceries Pasteurized Milk .Swift's Ice Cream Sweet Cream Food Lockers —Meat Curing— We Moke Sausage Frozen Foods Main at 21st St. Phone 2602 Accused Heiress Weeps On Return To Crime Scene SANTA ANA. Ca!., June 25. IUP —Heiress nculnli Louise Overell. 18, wept yesterday, as she accompanied the Jury to the yacht on which she and her fiance. George (Bud) Gollum, 21, are accused of having killed her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Waller Overell. The defendants were grim ns they viewed the yacht, Mary E. for the first lime since their arrest] oon after the yacht was dynnmlt- ( :1 to the bottom of the Newport Jay March 15. The jurors also were taken by bus ) Newport Beach to view the yaclil. It had a gaping hole In its mil. The slate charges Miss Overell and Oollum bludgeoned her parents to death, then set off limcboinb to sink the crait and liidc the crime. IN THF, MATTER OF THE PROBATION OF T1IK LAST Wll.l AND FSTATE OF IJ5ONA JOHNSON TALLY, DECEASED NOTICE Notce is hereby given that Letter Testamentary were Issued to Hi undersigned on the 2*th day o June, 1MT, on the Estate of Leon Johnson Tally. 'Any and »ll persons Imvhi! claims or demand^ against suit estate will be required to flic gnl demands or claims: properly at thenticntcd. With rhc, the under signed, within six (8) months froi this 24th'day of-June.. 1917. A. T. Harshman Execntor of the Kstalc of Lcoi Johnson Tally, Deceased Holland and Taylor, attorneys f executor. 0)25-7|2 WOVIN f HOITS f$4 t* tHitn *5« t* tLU Th«*e woven BhbrU we cut tcner. ouily full for «»y fl( taithmtt bind- Inc. EUttk (idci «nd v<P**n. WWW at co)nri. T««av thrm up with • coovb«l ytrn lUnc. UndcHkkt fc» cool comfoct «nd looj we«r. tron Th* SOaoUHTf U "Th« CMtyntr* ot Col too Knhtlnt" ... UK nnfc «od 4X- fnrnt Huic*nit M|ria »ttl> • wft finta|t. Th •Wrt with M»r, OTrtac «i^y»*. Both ttxne in nit*" thoukMr* in fWi «r In murl oaidooc cdt«c*— (0 b« to •ud «nd Uun^ry. ] National Underwear r. H. HUM Kulttliii C«.. WI.H.«.l«k« I, N. 0.> Well-Keyed At Baldpate inn, Eslcs Park Colo.^ named for Burl' Derr Bi.3- gers' "Seven Keys to Baldpat*,' the walls and ceiliiiB of one 'argi room me hung with more thai 10,0000 keys of historical Inlcrcsl mailed from former guests. Irom all over the world. Read Courier News Want Ads. last night, shortly after Rep. Pal W Slmfcr. R.. Mich., had threat cned to introduce legislation force such action. Shafcr contended that the U. I should "ot send oil to Russia sq long as there wa s a threatened shortage at home. NOW OPERATING FIREWORKS -Complete Line- ICE COLD WATERMELON -ALL GUARANTEED- We Garry a Complete Line of Jack Sprat Products Wilson Dairy Products - Ice Cream Open 6 a.m. 'til 8 p.m. 7 Days A Week! <e Trade with people who appreciate your business LARGE OR SMALL ALL MERCHANDISE GUARANTEED FREE DEL/VERY CARTER'S GROCERY BLYTHEVIUE FEDERAL SAVINGS & LOAN Purposes: • To provide for sound and economical financing of Homes. Conveniently obtained UIIIHH, on a monthly rc ^ N. Highway 61 AND MARKET (Outside City Limits) Phono 3952 economical from your o£ view is the sort of loa desires to make. , ' ; For Full Informalion On Quick, Low-Cost Ifomt Loans, Call 3545 • To promote thrift by providing a convenient and sate method for people to sort, and invest money. Every investor is Kafe«u«mlcd against loss np to $5000.00 by the Feder^ SavinKS iin.l Loan InHiiranco Corporation. You can save mrtney in a convenie^L way-hy opening an insured account and setting aside surnlus cash from your salary as often and as rmlch as yoi are able. , Any tor amounli on which you desire to receive, a regular income INFORMATION ON INVESTMENTS, CALL 3515 — DIRECTORS Kosco Crafton Or. J. E. Beasley' fames Terry A. R. Wctenkanip R. C. Farv W. L. Homer \V. J. Pollard _ OFFICERS Kosco Craflon, President R. <J. Farr, Vice Pros. James Terry, Vice I'rcH. W. J. Pollard, Sccy-Trcas. f \i- Blytheville Federal Savings & Loan 124 West Ash Street ^ Blytheville, Arkansas Phone 3545

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