The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 27, 1947 · Page 4
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,PAGB F0CB BLTTHBVTLLB < ARK .y COURIER NEWS FRIDAY, JUNE 27, 1947 VA Hospital Site Decision Looms ] City Council of Little i Rock to Meet Tonight I Oii Transfer of Title i LITTLE ROCK, Ark, June 27 (UP) -f The Little Rock City Couu- «.» scheduled a meelmij tonight as * committee of the »hol« to decide tf It win transfer title of the south fcalf of MacArthur Park lo the Veteran* Administration i The UfilTersHy of Arkansas Board of Trustees Monday gave' the city 15 days to deed the property to the ^-A as the site of the proposed »8,OCO,COO hospital, and promised to begin' immediate construction of the University Medical School and Memorial Hospital. I A citizens committee recommended that the city transfer title of the property upon these four'conditions ; That the ,V.-A transfer to the cily the Forbeck property it bought on Roosevelt Road. ; That the V-A pay the cily the difference in the value of the two pieces of property 5 Thai title be returned to the city If construction of the • hospital has liot started within 12 months. JAnd that the V-A promise in writing that the property will be liscrt as the hospital site. i Meanwhile, City Attorney T. J. 6entvy told Mayor Sam Wnssell that the city dpcs not have the legal authority '.'to make the transfer. ..... t _u '. —: : Paragould Child Stricken With Infantile Paralysis Breaks World's Speed Record Arkansas Game Wardens to Get Training at State University ; MEMPHIS," Tena; Juno 2- . -i-IsolaVibiTHospitaj Here today reported-its first case'ol -inftmUto paralysis 'Cils year. ;Thc first .polio .patient' nrlmlltcd t? ther Hospital was Kuy Milchcll, f t of Paragould, Ark. Sir; was re- ported'^n'ftir condition. ' • Read Courier News Want Ads. llie official world sj>ccd record was broken ul Muroc. Army Air Base by Col Arlhur Boytl of Duytcm, Qh'o, flylnc an AAF Lccl:- tieed. P-80R 'jet-propelled "Shooting Slur." He flew lour hours ul an liver-age speed of CM.il miles an hour, surpassing the Uisl world's Both officers arc stationed at Camp Drake, Aokyo.—(Neil Tclepholo.) ,. Household Hint II you want to boil an egg which i s cracked on one and cleanly, just crack it slightly on the other end, and the Inside: will s in V '"• fTwins?Not Q^ite, but Close Enough 1 p/r&K 19-Year-Old Girl Pilot Lands Safely in Bad Weather on Mercy Flight ATLANTA, Ga. June 27. (UP) — When n small PT-10 trainer li'.nrl- cd on the runway .against Ihc ud- vice of wealther experts, ahpmt, officials rushed out to reprnnam Ihc' pilot. The pilot turned out 'U> be 1!1 year-old Nonua Joanne Sheema: on a "mercy mit.simi" from I;.*' grange, Ga. Her [Kisicngfr w-i, Jniiics E. Murphy, a vcli'iim 01 ^a.ss from Lawson Veteiaus' Hof, pital. An infrcllon hart threatened j Murphy's sight in his KIV: i;oo<l : eye. and he had to rclurn lo the j hospital. I Iili.ss Shcchan Irornen to fly ill j Stephens' College, Mo,, and ,i.i now . a flight instructor at the Pal-. Imetlo Air School. .Lngmnsn. | The airport was closed due t« pcor visibility and low ceiling, but Miss Slicehnn brought her piano safely down. By MOftT STERN • United Press Staff Correspondent LITTLE ROCK, .Ark., June 27. <L''P>—Don't be surprised If the next game warden you come acro.'js is H college man I Tlie Arkansas Game and Pish Commission has decided to develop a trained warden personnel capable of acting as wildlife supervisors rather lhan R ecrcl agents. The commission will require for now on that nny persons being considered for appointment as a warden must have these qualiflca- :lons: He must be at least 25 and not more than 40 ycar s of age; he must be able to pass a rigid physical examination and a standard lest to determine his aptitude for the Job; he must have at least a high school education or it-' equivalent; he must be of good moral character; and finally, i accepted, lie must piss a course of intensive training at the University of Arkansas Iwfore being placed in regular service. The first group of trainees will b?gin their course at Ihe University Iho second or third week .In July. It will he supervised by Dr. K. C. Dellinser. head of the department of zooloiiy and a member f the Crime and pish Commission, lumbers of the University faculty vho arc specialists in rclaled ields. and members of slate and cdoral agencies will lie!p teach he course. Kvcn though Hie Buns remain uict (Hiring the Summer months.* ierc's nn ileni of Interest of hunt- who go after ducks in the Mississippi Ply way. which takes In p.ood portion of Eastern Arkansas. Ducks Unlimited, the non-profit )rccdlng association, reports from Is Canadian •breeding grounds tln.1 conditions are "most encouraging | for a considerably larger turnotr of ducks than the last few yean. Tlic size of the Arkansas due* popu! .don is to n large extent dependent upon thi s source. The "Big One that Didn't Get Away" honors this week belong to W II Watts nt Boonei'llle who hooked a 1 1-2 pound bl.ick bans in newis'-fillcd Blue Mountain Lake. U you get a chance to try your luck'there. It is located about 20 miles cast of Booneville. Conway < County Game Leonard Cowan rcporl news Ural at least weighing more than 1 iverc caught this Cy Young Today Look Cameramen Begin River Trip For Data on State HARRISON, Arls,, June 27. (UP) —Representatives of Look Mag•zinc began a float Irip down the Buffalo River yesterday lo gather iKiterial for an Illustrated article. In charge of the group Is Andrew II. Hepburn, Lock's Irxvcl editor. They left Harrison by car for Prutt, Ark., where they put Into the Buffalo River in small boats. Also in the group are Look Pho- nurapher Robert Hansen; Dr. and Mrs. F. M. Hall'of Harrison; Mr.' and Mrs. John England of Fort Smith; T. A. McAmls, executive secretary of the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission; and Arch Hallom .editor of Arkansas Oul- door s Magazine. Last month, a party of Esso officials made a color movie of a similar float trip. A group of mountaineers shot pistols and threw dynamite Into the camp of their boatmen. House Okays Truman's Control of Oil Exports WASHINGTON, June 27. (UP) ~ The House yesterday approved legislation to extend until Jan. 3'. !918, the President's authority to control or ban' the cxoprl of pe- troleum to meet a "serious emergency." . ...••, The provision was included as an jmendmeut to a measure extending wartime controls over strategic minerals. L«r» Singer expert put your machine in first class running order. Reasonable charges. Estimate furnished in advance. SINGER SEWING CENTER 414 W. Main Si. Read Courier News Want Ads Before you throw away • P«»'J al shoes brine them to us and* we'll trll you what w« can doj with them to mane them give, you more ve.tr. Misfit shoes can* often be made comfurUbta at. little cost, too. J HALTER'S : Quality Shoe Shop, ; ?••••••••••••••*•••••••• Cy Young, 80, demonstrates Ihe stance thiil won 511 major le;if!UC games. The 451M residents of NcAVcomcrslywn, O., whrro the immortal pitcher resides, were President Bill Vccck's guests on Cy Young Day at the Cleveland Stadium. j porn ojfyKje s»me. day, in the seme house, their mothers sisters, »nd their~IaVHers, Brothers, it's no wonder these babies, Gnry Lynn Roberts, Irft, and Cleo Ann Roberts, right, not only have n strong .family resemblance but look alike themselves. Their mollicrs, Mrs.'Roy Roberts,' left, and Mrs. Paul Roberts, of Grand Island, Neb., wire rharried-to.brothers in a double wedding Insl year. Warden the pood nine bass 1-4 pounds ^ week in Petit Jean Lake near iMorrilton. Most of the lucky anglers were using live bait. The unusual run of large nt Petit .lean scums to spell stic- PCSS for the new program of the Crime and Fish Commission and Ihe Soil Conservation agency m fertilizing lakes. The program is known as "aqua-culture." ;. Rather than re-stock Petit Jean Fish Fry is Given For Qsceoln Roiarians OKCEOUA, June 27 — Horseshoe Jyikc was tiio .seuing for a fish fry Wortncsday night for memlicrs of' Die Osccola Rotary Clul) when C. D. Wood was host at his lodge. Tl'o fish fry substituted for their r?L'ulnr Tuesday tnceLi]]^. n'nesls other than the 35 club incmhcr. s wrre 15 of -Mr. Wood's employees. Entertainment /ealurcs inpluded b(iatin(j r fishini; and tar- tct shoollng. To "top up' in Britain means lo fill- tlic car battery with water. There are iirnund 1.700.000 truck nmt lju.s drivers in America, largest occupational group except for agriculture. - _i_ VALUES .>:]£cn<l" Courier News Want Ads. You'll get a better car for less money at Poole Motor Company! How? Well, here it is ... we buy jfood used cars at a i'siir price and sell for LESS profit than most dealers! By doing this we make our legitimate profit and gain the confidence of the buyer. So, if you're in the market for a good used car, thoroughly inspected and truly represented, see the Poole Motor Company first, last and always! Buy With Confidence From Poole Motor Company Home of the Mighty Jeep Highway 61 North at Steele, Mo. Phone Steele 49 Transportation Workers Return To Work Today ST. LOOIS. June m. (OPI—Font- sore St. Louisnus used public trnns- &£ -----"•. I; Mxmt three times a season a sr.ecial fcrtilte-r is broadcast o cr Ihc surface of the lake. It increases the nutritional Content of Ihc water which makes thcTwn erow 1-u-gcr and multiply f^^ About 100 pounds of fertiliKr aie of water. i bo WARDS •OTAL,';HMTTB, COKONA and REMINGTON PORTABLC UK N. 8BX>ND ST.' ' PHONE H83 'UU8T BE SATISFACTORY) I . . - Ihc hourly rate of %1.08, prccipi- had resigned. ONE .... Stays Longer! i BOYD'S GROCERY & MKT. EAST HIGHWAY 18 BLOCK PAST THE DIXIE GIN NOW OPEN FOR BUSINESS I • FRESH MEATS j • FRESH FRUIT I • FRESH VEGETABLES | • FAMOUS BRANDS | • STAPLE GROCERIES | Chain Prices at a Home Store! I OPEN ALL DAY SUNDAYS to |i We Are Outside City Limits I BUY FROM BOYD'S |]i • — ^~—_ __ —^~ ~—~—~~^ ;

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