The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 22, 1947 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, January 22, 1947
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POUR v ! HospifalWrangie Gels New Airin State, Institution • • Mismanaged, Board Member Tells Probers COURIER NEWS University Observes 75th Birthday -- iblTTLK ,'nCCK. Ark.. Jan. ' ftipj—Moving all units at „, State Hospital lor Nervous Discs io the state farm near Benton would solve many of Ihe ilh ,o the institution, l'he Rev. Harol< Stidler. vice-chairman oj the hos pilal Jraard, testified last nicht. ^ —"Hurling charges of "insubordina- " tioiV and "mlsmaniifre:iieril." the Methodist minister from Rison was the. first witness to'ar before a Joint House and Senate Investigating Committeo. His testimony took up tlie entire evening. Sadler'told Ihe jironp Hull setting up tlie hospital in one loca- {ion-'wotilcr lead to mere efficient management.'aud would b? in .line with a "recent re.-omnicndatlon bv Ihc U. S, Pu'ali: Health Service. He denied, however, that "Jc;U- ousies" betivcen Little nock and Benton were the cause of disseh- tioh'on the board ol control. : On the oilier hand, he consistently denied that an v dis-sention cxfs|cd,' .Sadler said he asked for the resishati'on of Dr. A. C. Kolj as '_ 'superintendent because he fell the ] iiislilitti'on conid not, progress under Dr. Kolb's direction. Insubordimtllini Cause Cilcd He said Dr. Kolb ap]ica:ed lo bff more interested in r.ii.sing fine hoijs and blue ribbon stork than he was in the patients. "Dr. Kplb was not patient-minded," Sadler said, Sadler's next charge leveled against the,former superintendent ;was what he termed "insubo:dina- ,lioh'."»l!e ci(«! several exiunples. One was in connection witli trips rcautctlly taken hv a dietician , at the Heiiton unit. 'Sadler sa!;l she mnde expense paid trips to visit her mother in Little Rook twice a week, and that on one occasion she (Crew expenses tor four round trips whidi she actually was on a vacation trip io California. The minister cited several other instances of what lie termed Dr Kolb's defying wishes of the board He held that the tl<;."lor refused to co-operate: with farm manager W. II. Laney. Oov. Ben binp.y's brother, and ilmt he refused Liney transportation. He also nsserlcrt that Hr K-)l!> submitted budgets to [he ini2 rind 19K legislatures .ixqufstlii'.; "raKr-s in his own salary, without'sii'Jiril- ting tiicm first to the hoard cSaa-a^sK • ~, ='"'-r ,;;::;:»siL'::'^:;rv':,n -sri.", " - - - ' ""•">'•'. .services held in the u. of A. auditorium. ° •' • Youth Admits Planning of Crime Career CENTICIIVILLE, Tenn., Jan. si. <U.i'.)— Two yoiKh.s- who said tljuy made plans while in a M.i!'l;io Corp:; Ijrls! to "do holdups arm rol.beries" after the war v,,, op trial for decree murder lifi-e tf.diiy. They air: James I). Sundrisky 19, Nashville, and John C KePtv 120, Marion. III. They are tlu-.^'ci with the hitch-hike, murder ja-i. WKDNKSDAY, JANUAUY 22, 19-1? •wcrc h caniu% t f'Ih!' !Sky ,"",' lc - : '->'''"«' 'i lcd swe " s1 '"^ «'llli a la,,,;-] Motorist. who leave keys in the i!,, C """".'I..'. 1 "- . llM L d; y •"•••- >:«<•<•< ""I -22 <">'">"' Ptelol., iB.iltion switch actually help make a day-long inanhiml n-,r Allicns, Ala., after they :,lle; : wiy "eld up a Pulaski, Tenn., .servrv st:iI ion attendant. 'n Iheir confession, according to Inspector ,j. T, Ciill. of Ihe 'irf- nessee state Highway Patrol, th.? youllis said they debated \vhrllnn; ._poiiKe • would remain bound lo the tree lone,, nuouuli fur [hem- ••> make tlicir caap-, and dial !-•,,',dusky decided' to kill i!,,, mi,,.,-...) executive. Snndiisfcy. Gill sole', toW « ;r..n •;•.; thai In; W0l ,|,| i 1!m , ,„ km ' Jlj|n Sprousi. helped kr his life. Cjiui added that the confe-.Mon '.-•• saying he had a wife and ".v children, but .Sanduskt backed v. Irresponsible eiiildren' into Jnve- Read Courier News Want Ads. I nile delinquent*, says the FBI. of J.' Kdwarcl Sprojisi.-. clnrksviilo < ch 'l'"'0ii, but .Sandus Tenn.. tobacco executive. '(— A panel of 230 vcnlremen tins -—— Lccti caller! for the trial , i The, youths have confessed that, they ••caught a ride" with Spi-'f-'e near Nashville, ijed },j, n , o ,, ,,.;\ in n woods ncii;- here, ,,nd lln-n shot linn lo death while he br'-'i">d Local A 'l,n,<K liislaiice Mnv rjiiiUIv IpmircJ Coutnct Il'an .tnu Misc. Services. Hnuio Sorvlce S stor«ii« On I'ti'irio 2S01 »? Why Gamble with OUT Mnn Winlui- JUST CALL <149 and have y(>!:r Coal delivered. Guaranteed to Satisfy We also buy poultry nt all time-. Lewis Poultry 419 E. Main iwrAwj ^\,^s < ' 3 ^! Conntv Grand Jury's makinr .„, nntsngation of the hospital, lo which Sadler replied "I don't Iliink the jurj has such authority." I He condemned tiie grand Jar.V.s -_ T-tiott in -nsfrirtg' fbr i,'i s rc'sirim- 'Ion—along .with board nicjnber I, _--J#y .White of Benlon. ' i 'Tftri gi'Snd^jur; should itu!K ' a man or give him n clean bill of; health, n, should not censor liim ! if i has no proof of. a criminal act Sadler said. Prominent. throughout the icsti- I monj was the refusal, of the boarrf 1 to pin chase 50.) acres of lam! ad- ! joining the Bnucmn hospital fjr-n- Sadler intimated that failure to buy the (and brought r.l»ui the Era|\d Jury investigation. I behcve .that Judge Cus Fulk- ) who" ordered the investigation i? related to Fioyd Fulkerson, Jr.. ' who was tryin; to sell the land lo us," he asserted. He descnocd Hie land' r,s •••pra:ti;ally useless" Sitting next to Sadler was Be'.i- ton publisher White. He was scheduled to testify ^nt will do so at the next meeting. It w"s on Jan. 22, 1872. Hint, I cleht youun students— .seven hoys and otic iflrl—enrolled on Ihc np- enlnir' day of tlie new Jnstltnlton, which was then known a s Arkati- I sas indnsti-lnl Uiiivci-slty. The first • class met in the smaller or the P»/askr Grand Jury Will Discuss Pensions LITTLE ROCK. Ark.. Jan. :>.!.— iUPU-A special session of the pu- laski county c;ran<l jury was called Ihis inorninc to disciiss n proposed civil service and pension re- iinmcni .ystem for fire and police employes. Tiic jury had previously Instructed Prosecutor Edwin Dunaway lo draw up changes in Ihe present slate .statute for ion lo (he legislature. U'ARNIXG 0!tl)i:n Fn Ihc rh.incery Cnurl. Cliichu- two frame turo n tmo. ih<: several cd. buildings in the upper ,':""' ",' 'i 1 " : " >OV ° f-ic-' aiscr of the f.vo frame . ]10 t conipleU'd until upper left, famous "Old Main " whieh w as the first permanent buildintr co.istructe,] on the' Wm- P»s; lower left, the entrance of the montlw after .school open- I su " l(1 nt Union: center riiiht, the • i c!li Omega Greek Theater and .cenes shown above are, i ITS'," 10 V °' ^^ ^ sa«lia n F,m\'AUl> |.\ KOI.IIA. I'laiiitiff vs. N',,. <|.>:i7 SOI'IIIE ISUIIKV KOLDA. Delen- danl. ,'lhe dcfendanl Sophie Hurry Kol- dn. is hercoy warned to a[:i»'ar willlin ihlity days in n v , ; . oulc named in the eiiptim: hereof and I within tliirtv f,:rS'", c 2. mI Jj»'" 1 - 01 ">e piain-! I,,' t , d f, 1 , 1 "^ WARNING O!ll)i:i: the CJhaneer.v Conn, Chicka- .••auha District, ^Iississi|lpi County, .Arl;i>nsas. •rilHOl-IHI.U.S JONTS, Plaintiff, vs. N'o. n!'59 AN'NIIi 11AK IIA11KIS JOXFS Be- fen.lanl. Tijc defendant Annie M::e Harri", iie«.j v v.-arncd in crijpcar lilf Edward P. Kokla. ^ Date this 2ist rl.iy of January. Harvey Moiri-.-, Clerk. Mary Loc .lairatt, D. C. Percy Wright. Ally. ;<>!• ['Hi. II. G. Paitlow. Ally. :u! LHem 1 22-2!l-a f>-lL' _ days in [lie court c::;:tion licreof and the ••r,ni;::air.t o! hi-o)>hi!uA Jones. <| this 21st dav of . . P.srUf,\v. 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