The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 30, 1951 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, August 30, 1951
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THURSDAY, AUGUST 30, 1951 Result of Market Check Here Cited Sanitary Engineer Find** Increase in Necessary Facilities County Sanitary Engineer William Mitchell «ald today that about' 40 per cent of the city's groceries Jhat maintain meat markets have Compiled with recommendations for installation of cleanliness facilities for both personnel and equipment. Mr. Mitchell said he has made two Inspections of such stores. On the first inspection, he said, only one or two stores were found to have sitch facilities. Both large and small stores were inspected, he said, Necessary equipment for maximum cleanliness, Mr. Mitchell said, BLYTHEVItLE, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE THMJt Traffic Cop Told He Is 'Meanest Man' by Ava CARSON CITY. Nov.. Aug. 30, !/?>>—Screen Actress Ava Gardner told traffic officer Jerry Greene "you're the meanest man I've e\ - er met"—but didn't wait around to challenge a speding ticket he gave her. Greene stopped Miss Gardner at j British Crack Jets' Distance Flying Problem LONDON, Aug. 30, (AP)—British scientist* have cracked one of the toughest problem! of jet aviation- long distance flying without refueling, the Daily Graphic said today. The newspaper said this achieve- iMment will soon be demonstrated by a 12,000-mil8 non-stop Jet flight from Britain to Australia. The secret Is contained in what the Graphic described as a "super two-ln-one engine—the Napier Nomad. This engine, it said develops up to 6,000 horsepower but uses no more fuel than the conventional piston and jet engines of much lower rating. Britain's Oldest Admiral Is 75 SINGAPORE (AP>—The oldest Admiral s/ioat with Hie British Royal Navy Is "looking Tor a place to make my home". Sir Ralph Crooke, 15, arrived here on (he eve of his fifth retirement from the Royal Navy. Accompanied by Lady Crooke, Sir Ralph is making a round trip from Capetown to Japan and back to see "If the climate agrees with a retiring couple" in the Far East. An expert on gunnery and coastal defense, tilt Admiral was called back to duty by the Admiralty four times since his Initial retirement In 1928, He joined the British Navj In 1888 as.a 14-year-old midship- Believer in Bibl* Ejected by Union TOLEDO, O,, Aug. JO. yp>—"Be ye not unequally jolted together with unbelievers ..." Because of this passage In the second epistle to the Corlnthlant, with two Toledo brothers—w h o have been hostlers for the New York Central system i total of 4b year*—have refused to Join union and one has been discharged. Cornelius DcLamott* received formal notice yesterday of dismissal from his job, He said he would not appeal, and added he felt sure hJs brother, Charles, who is returning from a vacation In Ore' gon, would take the same stand. Irltish Deny Missing Hplomats Located LONDON, Aug. 30. W}—The Tor- Ign Office denied today that Brlt- sh secret agents have located inlss- ng diplomats Guy Burgess and Donald MacLean, William Rldsdale. lead of the Foreign office News Department, said reports published two Ixmdon newspapers this morning were completely "without "oundatlon." The Foreign Office kepi silent for hours after the re- The Bolkardag lead mine* Turkey are 1,400 years old. 4 am, yesterday and charged her|'° r washing and rinsing knives and -^-Courier News Photo IN'SI'KCTION RESULT—Shown above is the type of sink and lavatory installation recommended by County Sanitary Engineer William Mitchell for grocery stores maintaining meat markets. Running hot water is the ilurd requisite for maintaining cleanliness of equipment and personnel in firms handling food, Mr. Mitchell said. includes a two-compartment sink inaJnlng 60 per cent of the stores with speeding through a 25 mile an hour zone at 40 miles an hour. Miss Gardner posted S15 bail and was told to report In police court at 10 a.m. other equipment, a lavatory for employes' use ancl running hot water for both. A third inspection Is pending, he said. Mr. Mitchell expects the re- to make the necessary Installations by the end of this year. He said stores selling meat need about the same facilities a restaurants since both types of establishments handle food. style, accuracy, dependability...YOURS FOR ONLY « A m EK CHOOSE A NATIONALLY ADVERTISED WATCH DREIFUS West Germany Favors Free Enterprise FRANKFURT, Germany (AP)—A survey indicates that almost half of the people of West Germany favor the principle of free enterprise. The survey was conducted by the reactions analysis staff of the US. High Commissioner for Germany. One-third of the 1,000 persons questioned expressed opposition to the principle (GewerbefrelheltK Eight per cent had never heard of the term. The U.S. policy. In Germany has been to encourage the development of "Gewerbefrelhelt", but under a draft law now pending In the German Parliament approval by a council of tradesmen would be required before an individual can enter a trade or business. Restrictive licensing Is a surviving remnant of the medieval guild system. It was abolished by the Germans during the 19th Century but was revived by the Nazts. It is now prohibited in the U.S. Zone of Germany but is still prevalent in the remainder of West Germany. Read Courier Mews Classified Ads We Finance AUTO & TRUCK REPAIRS Complete Service on All Mokes FREE ESTIMATES= = COME IN TODAY! BLYTHEVILLE MOTOR COMPANY ports first appeared before the denial. Hidsdale conferred witti tqp officials for an hour be for* his comment. School Founder In 1839. Horace Mann, who hu been called the father of the American public system, established the first public normal school In th» United States, at Lexington, Ms» Read Courier News Classified Adj. 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