The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 13, 1947 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

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jATUKDAV, SKL'TKMUKU 18, l'J-17 BLYTHEVII/KE (AUK.) COURIEU NEWS Medical Center Test Suit Planned Governor Not to Call Legislature to Act On Hospital Location MTT-W; ROCK, Ark., Spjll. 13.— lUl')— CJov. noil Lincy sukl ycs- lci'd;\y he wil] nut call n special session of the Arkansas legislature ai- ter attorney members of ll:c Stal" Hospital and University bo.u-ds .said UiiU a friendly lest suit ci\n .solve !<.'i!:il I'rclik'ins of tlic proposed medical center here. ISst:il)lislmi?:it of the center :il ttir state Hospital was virtually ia- Miu'ii v.hen no member of citlu! board voiced opposition at ycslor- day's joint, mceiin^ . 'J'iie attorneys explained that tlicy had ai);n;doticLl any idea that <i Mire:;.] s^.sion would be necessary ulU-r ilie Veterans •Administration liad announced that it would nol i'dd iis proposal $8,000,003 liosyit tl to '.lie center i^ronp. 'Allonujy.s rpeiikins were Otis Henry of Little Rock it-presuming th* ]w>:-.|)ii:il Board, and Henry Yocum <>.' Rl Unrado and W. W. ~B,KI;- ;) of Ei'jnklry i-eiirc.sciUina the University board. llciuy repressed the opinion that evi.-n a te.sl .sim «•«•> nol nc;e.s-;ary. Tim' oilier jttloi ne.y.s a!;rcod. however, iliat I he expensive program should mil I);' imilcrttiki.-!) without c-omplete assurance from the conns as to its legality. T!ie two problems the courts wil be asked to solve are: I Can the l>0i|;ilr,l by resolution Rive the University ground for relocation ot ihe medical school aiu location of the proposed memoria ho.spUul; 2. Can the medical school b< moved v.-illiin the city ol Lilt! Rock. The atiorneys a<;ic-eci that botl l)]-o))cs;ti[;ns were legal, nlttunigl they s.ud the school could nol b taken from Little Rock. The boards also heard growing accounts of the benefits to be uainei by consolidation of the two stal institutions. Scale Model of Blasted Yacht PAGE 8EVEM A one-fourth scale model of the Ovcrell yacht- Mary !•;., .shown in the Santa Ana. Calif., courtroom is viewed by the delenne lawyers and their clients. From left to right arc: Z. 15 West, lawyer lor Bciiluh Ovcrell; Bui! Golltim ami his lawyer, William licirne. iscuhili ami Hud are on trial for the yacht blast murder of Bculali's parents. (NBA Telcphoto.) Hoodlums Hide As Police Chief Turns on 'Heat' CHICAGO, Sept. 13 lUI'l — A sudden demand for timetables and travel folders developed today «s Chicago's hoodlums planned Irlpa to avoid "Hie heat." The pearl gray hula which chur- acleriy.e Chicago's poorer grade of citizens went Into mothballs, Fac fnnnllar to the cops on Nor Clark Street and South Stale Street bents were missing this i morning. "The boys" were looking Tor cooler climates. Police Commissioner John I'rcn- dcujiust ye.sleiday ordered a "continuous" war in hoodlum nellvl'.lcs iinging Irani bookinakini: l» Uie sale of "botlte wilier" lo night clubs. It was the first ull-oul lui'Tl for lirangslers since the mlclille 30's It pj-omiscd U> be a (jiioil om>. But "ew of "the bo) p s" were waiting to lind out how good. Most of lhe. hoodlums wasted no time (jetting out of nun. They were reported, either heading lor the resott circuit or else lor "rest CHITS". Some icporLs .said many ejed a Florida vacation. Around town lljcy said Ciihlornia was Ixy.'konlnjs lo many, fc'ome might, have gone lo northern resorts or estalt?-;. It appeared the hood.s would stay out of circulation for som-j Ihuc r.s the icsull o( Prcnilci'easl's dcckira- lion of war. 'the war was a result ol testimony given at, a civil Sei-vicc Commission hearing of charges against two for most of the session, which last two or three months. ,v;ll I British Foreign Ministei 1 Enlc.s;, ) Ucvin :uid French Foreign Minlslei Saves for Bike He'll Never Ride Ocorpt's Llicl;iuU also mny ultciul. But Molotov iippiuonUy hoped to slc;il Lin; spotlight, rrniii all. Informed quarters rcporl-ini; IhiU Mo!oLt>v planned <ui fisseiubly surprise wouhl nul litnt nt it. 1 ) n:itui'€. Are You Planning to Move? \Vo offer you this piece of equipment designed for snfo U-atLsiJorlatioii iu nil types of wcatliev. Ample Knniitui-c padH mul other c<iui|>inont to insure Rife handling. 24-Hour Service on Notice Mighty proud ot his big plcgy bank is S-your-old Jimmy Ciimcy of Roxliiiry, Mass., ami he's lilliug H with eohia lo liny a new bicycle. liul whnl Jimmy doesn't know Is llial ht> will never bo lible lo t ide u bike because ot hem I ailment Hint forbids nil exercise. ixilice officers. I'ohrc Ci»pt. 'niomns Connelly aiui LI. William Dniry accused aii- Ihfjti'Lir.s of "rallroadtni! policemen who arrosl well-known naiiRsters." Accoi-cilni; lo testimony, the nanu- sters now headtnd for vacations de- served a rest. PrendcruiLSl Bol "flghlliiK mad" lit the testimony.' K-.prdn.Uy after Chlcnuo's ciallicr, joined h imbliel/.c Hie police, trial scieatuhiK headlines, with MolotoY Plans Surprise For UN Assembly Session LAKE SUCCKS3, N. Y.. Sept. Ki. (UP)—Soviet Foreign Minister V. M. Molotov j:lans to arrive in New York in early October with a surprise proposal to lay before the United Nations General Assembly, reliable sources reported today. The report was the first indica- • tiou that Mololov would attcr.d the assembly meeting, which begins Tuesday. U. S. Secretary of Slate Oeorse C. Marshall will reach New York to- ni&lit, and was expected to stay - -.Listen,to Showers of Blessings Over KLCN Tomorrow Morning of 8:30 a.m. Sponsored by Church of The Naznrcnc for Complete Protection Against All INSURABLE HAZARDS Phone 3545 W. J. POLLARD AGENCY ' Glencoe Hotel Bldg. 124 W. Ash St. Daws O. K. Garage 120 Lilly St. (icncral Aufo !{t'|i;iiring [tadialui- Cleaning & Repair l'ain(in^ it JJody Repair Welding, All Types H All Work Guaranteed Phone 805 IMPORTANT NOTICE , - V The Undersigned Stores Will Be Closed All llujinr; KIIIH! shorn Is ;i hirurt liivrslnirul hi (Liinfmt. iipinMr- iu>r« mid Klykt—Lnt (liu most en- [lionslvo shars will Miua lunk slni|H'lcs-i nn iblmlih}- it mil kept In giinil rcjiah anil rreqiicntl)' f HALTER'S ! Quality Shoe Shop For Electric Work Call 2397 BOB'S Electric Shop • Farrn Wiring • House Wiring & Motor Repairs • Appliance Installation 500 N. Fifth St. lilythtviile. Ark. HAIRY VE1CH I!:ill»>;i and Common Hyc, Oats, Wheat and llarley Seed . . '. Ready for Kail Seeding New itiid Factory Ucrcmdilionet! Soybean Sacks Blyrheville Soybean Corp. IKSO W. Main Phone 856-57 SEPT 15 In Celebration of a ELIGIOUS HOLIDAY DIRT Phone 517 ' Your Cooperation Will Be Appreciated GRABER'S LANSKY'S BEE HIVE ZELLKER'S HEW YORK STORE JPEL'S FEINBERG'S HESS FOR SUE Concrete Building Blocks Aquella Water Proofing Paint 12 -48 inch CONCRETE CULVERTS plain or reinforced Osceola Tile and CULVERT CO. We Deliver I'linne 691 New soles? . . . n«w heels? . . . new laces? . . . We'll da everything lhal's needed to t>ov» yovr children's shoes ready for FIRST DAY OF SCHOOL. HALFORD'S SHOE SHOP 106 So. Second St. $(£ VOVR Still & Young Motor Co. Lincoln-Mercury Dealer I'honc 3179 Hlylhevillc Ark. 112 Walnut St. KEROSENE & FUEL OIL CALL 2089 •The Old Reliable" G. O. POETZ B.«rw rt PETROLEUM PRODUCTS

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