The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 24, 1947 · Page 10
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 10

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, July 24, 1947
Page 10
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BLYTHBVILLB (ARK.V COURIER NEWS ?'.-.OB ' 1 K Medical School Site Still Argued University Board Favors Location In Little Rock By BOB BROWN (Cnltod Press Staff Correspondent) LITTLE ROCK, Ark.,' July 24. (UP) — The proposed plan lo relocate the University of Arkansas Medical School at the State Hospital grounds will be presented./o the Uniserslty Board of Trustee.'! meeting here Friday. ' A study has beeii made for the past two seeks by Dr. H. C. Chenault, university vice-president in charge of the medical school, and Dr George Jackson, superintendent of the State Hospital.. ,- Dr Chenault .thai he has'started assembling his clAta and that It will take "24 hours to bring it all together." • . 1 He said the plan to move- the school from Its present East Little Rock, location to the expansive hospital grounds "looks pretty good" and (hat he believes' the move can be handled • from a legal standpoint Di Jackson said that the plan is financially possible -and could be carried out. with present available funds He indicated that the program would', call, for 'construction or the New Memorial Hospital for the school and future hospital buildings in close proximity to each other to allow full cooperation between the two institutions. • Meanwhile, a telephone poll of individual board members revealed that they are awaiting'Friday's report, before making up their, if.itnds as to the hospital location. Little Rock Site Favored •" One fact developed from the stir vey, however: the hospital probab ly will remain in Little Rock i room for expansion can be provid eil. Six of the eight board member. contacted indicated that they be lieve Little Rock Is the logical lo cation for the medical school. Th two others refused to comment. - John W C. Black, board membe from Rbgere, called the proposal t locate the school nt the hospital "good plan If financially and le gaily possible." Hc.aso said he be lleved Little Rock was' 'the logic Forget the Heat—Christmas Is Coming .'•"'. »~- w ....MWT'~wawfl~wr^ST,*::* Glamour Girls Seeking Cover To Avoid Subpenas to Testily HOLLYWOOD, July 24. (UP) — Movie glamour girls scurried for cover today, fearful that, the next, man on llielr doorsteps would be a process server ivnntlng Three New PoHo Cases Reported In Arkansas Hughes' last picture, went to a play n La Jolla, cal-, and kept on going .0 Mexico. Ava Gardner and Marie Windsor were working and couldn't be disturbed. Tlie deputy U. S. Marshal who served subpenas on Miss Cook and Miss Goldthwalte didn't know what they hod to do with the ense. "All I know Is that- they both arc beautiful girls," he sighed. 1A11ILR RCCK. Ark.. Jii'.y '-' (UP)—Three cases ot i:°h'° in Ar Pjrmers in northern 'Wisc found that the sludge div.r.]:cd by mi Is after pulp is processed paper is /rich lor acid soils. in lime and them lo tell ntxmt Hollywood parlies with Howard Hughes. A congressional Investigating commiUi'c wants to know !f the parties licaled Mr Corps procure - meni orficers lo equal doses of movie stars and high-pressure war contracting. The committee allegedly Is trying lo link Hughes, Ills friend Elliott noosevcH, Ills former partner Henry J. Kaiser and Ihe money Ihc handsome playboy got for his photo-reconnaissance plane and Ins j plywood flying boat. | Two movlctown beauties already: were under suupcna to testify Aug. 4 on Huglics' war contracts. Neither new why. Unmet Martha Goldthwalle. a free-lance model, said she didn't know Hughes or his pals or his business. She recalled having a few dinner dales with his personal representative, John Meyer, also reportedly subpcnacd. Monde Judy Cook, free-lance actress and former .swimming slar, _ _„„..._ _ didn't answer her doorbell or Iclc- icij'piiinT.iosVot'peiiaodencrCT.Bt-uhiuui) . , .„ nluMs, swelling. puBmcss under Ihe eyes. THURSDAY, JULY 24, 19<i7_ Ihe Stale Health Department listed new cases in dark, Logan «nd 5-oinsett counties last week, tot Ihe same week I'.vst, year the ile- pufni'iit reported 15 cases. Tlie report o'.so revealed 12 cases of cancer reported la~t \veeK. brUiuiiiK the'5 total to 3!0 ,.,>,„.-. r-nivr-n-cd with UO Hie same Three cases were ?.ski County, two !>i;e:il!i last kansas last week liro.iKhl t: ^ 1 rc ^ rtcdi , |1 ' ! ..; b ;.V;:' in and Scvier slate's total fcr the year to to t •-•••-• ...T,i ''m>" f ,. ic h in Yell, cases, cnc-lhini of last year's ops- p ; .0,,. ,. o>» •"'£ an(l demic i'ite for the sissnc period. I bunion., u-j,. 1^'IIIH; I'.l Lt l\Jl \-II\.- .->..> iiv I--* I -,r,c The weekly morbidity report of Scott coimlic-s NOW- SHE SHOPS CASH AND CARRY Without Painful Backache Many sufferers relieve nagging backache quickly, onco they tHscover that trie veal cause of (heir trouble mny Itetlretl kidneys. TliekiJney»ereNaturi-''d chief way of Ufe\i\S ihc excess acid* and wnste out of the Uocd. They hely most people pass ubout 3 ]>ints a day. When clisorilerof kidney function perimla poisonous matter to remain in your blood, tt phone. Neither did most of the other girls seen around Hollywood with Hughes, its most eligible bachelor. Linda Darnell was .In Europe nn:l Lana 'IMrnQr was '"renting somewhere out of town." Faith Domer- leading lady of Producer III;IK« .-- — .ncl ULzfciivess. Frei]U(.-nt or sc«nty tiiiii's Lhows Uiero is BomethinB wrong witli your kidneys Or LlaJUer. Don't wiiitl Ask your druKttist for Doan s I'tlh, iistLiniilnntdiurelic, ujtd aucct-Htfu!]/ V mitlionn for over CD years. Poan'a dive nappy relief and will help Die 15 miles of kiilney tubes flush out iiotronoua waste from 1 vour Llood. Get Uoan'a Pllts. B WAS Kt PLUMBERS Controcting and Repair Service Prompt Service —Local and Out of Town Phone 3553 FORSALE 7 CuV Ft. Vfestinghouse REFRIGERATOR Perfect Condition New Unit DELLSGpTT , REFRIGERATION CO. i 1211 W. Main SI. location for the school. W. \V. Shnrp of Brlnklcy said he considered moving tlie institution from the Capital City a "moot question" {allowing the decision of the veterans Administration to locate Its $3,000.009 hospllnl neve. I P. E. Murphy of Junction City said that, while his mind Is "open | on the future locution of the school, "tlie proposal to move It to the hospital would definitely benefit both Institutions." He said his decision would . depend, ujion the "blueprint" t" be presented try Drs. Chenfliilt nncl .Jackson. Wiley T. Jones of Madison considered Little nock as the logical Uric of I.OUC-A-OOU. wn,u. ably nssistctl by Carolyn • at the heat :is he works on 1018 Santa Claus .:avds at Ushers. Cleveland. Ohio. dent of the university, will attend Friday's board meeting. Oil from safflower seed may scon PHSL- the E-liortage of linseed oils for p.iints and varntehcs. place for the school ,anc! hospital since the Veterans Administration has decided to locate Its hospital here. He said, however, that the citizens of Little Rock should sho.v more Interest In the institutions, •lories would not comment upon lo, cation at the State Hospital grounds until he was more familiar with the proposal. i The plan to move (lie school ',1 ! the hospital sue was presented by Ihe doctors to a joint meeting ot tlie hospital and university boards at dummlns prison larm a couple of wciiks HBO, following Oov. -Ben Laney's honorary board barbecue. Dr. Lewis Webster .Jones, presi- Men, Women! Old at 40, 50,60! Get Pep Feel Years Younger, Full of Vim i Ilo you bl3Utc«!»aiftiLcil 1CO J[ 1 "?V 1 ^ W1 11!1 R fT \ufr 1 ourcx'niia U"LIC 'c.jini.iii3 loiiir many nml jil'fO. • M 1.0 for l,,,.ly ol.l »il«l» IK-MIMD II.B: In ir-ii. ' Trv t>«t<:* rMilf Wi l!l -V^ l ° l \"f,^ 1 |;!!i?i,"l:ll! 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