The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 4, 1945 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, January 4, 1945
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'mURS.DAY, .JANUARY A, Medical Units Overseas Without Nurses At least 11 Army combat medical units hnvc sailed for battle duty without nurses because of the failure of communities to.understand ihclr responsibility iti, . releasing nurses from civilian duties, Kendall Kerry, chairman of the chickasaw- »a District Red Cross Cliapter ri"- clarcd, quoting from a report made public by the American Red Cross Nursing Service lociny. "Unless the 14,000 nurses'needed by. the Army mid Navy Nurse Corps are recruited immediately, American fighting men will suffer .needlessly for lack of proper nursing care," Mr. Berry asserted, .. , \ Mr, Berry pointed 'out that sending of these nurses will not endan- P,er the health of Blythevllle -as tins quota Is based on recent nursing rchool graduates who have been added to the community's nursin" resources. He urged community cooperation to influence these nurses to enter military service. "Reserving hospital facilities onlv lor acute cases; sharing the remaining civilian nurses with other na- tients; postponing hospilalization where it docs not work a hardship, arc (he ways we can help id the wounded take precedence" he said "fndustrics, clinics, physicians and hospitals in Blythevllle employing nurses which can be spared-BW uiged to make them available for Army or Navy service at once." American casualties have now reached nearly 12,000 wcekly-a 300 per cent increase since. July—and recent developments necessitate an even greater number of nurses overseas, the local Red Cross chairman stilted. Army general hospitals in this country have fewer nurses per bed than most civilian hospitals. Tlic Anny today has an areragB of one nurse for every 22 patients with some staffs as low ; n l°" c . to fi O- The minimum for adequate care is one to every 15 "Every Hour's delay on the part of ,1 eivllmii nurse in enlistin* for service with tli e armed forces means dcath'T' 115 sufrel ' in = an tf Perhaps nurses from Blythevilie,' ond'^'" cannot spare the men who may die •nurses! 1 "' C '° ' !0t ' laVC suff "''™t NOTICE OF SAW: *^ c .i is hereby given that p,,r- BLYTIIEVILLE COURIER NEWS Having a Lobly time in,} TD t » , ".T"^ 10 jJILUIlLiri ana Rucl Johnson is defendant, the undersigned will, sell within lav/fLl hours on the 15th day of Januarv ISHa, at the front door of the court house, at Blythevilie, Arkansas upon a credit of three months to tn* highest bidder, the following described property: A tract of land 210 f Pct wide irom east lowest by 210 fe'ct <lpng from north to south located m the extreme northwest co'r- east half of section 27™b^nshi"p 1J north, range 10"east, con- laming one acre, more or less The purchaser will be required't execute bond with approved seen ily to secure payment of his bid nr moilar Urn Seventh Aimy two-man moilar cicw lobs ' K,r^ #«» *•*««•. nmu* r^ayy'^ \ CDSON IN WASHINGTON^ Our Differences With Britoisi mid the Americans don't. The British ivil! l.nke nil (he synthetic rubber America can produce today, but after the war the British do not want this synthetic; rubber lo compete with natural rubber grown in its own empire. American charges that Lend- . - Lcuse goods are beiiig sold by the British meet counter-charges that U. S. business men are trying to get stranglc-hold on Britain's prewar business. All these Issues are far from settlement and new issues like them arise every day to clutter up the desks of officials in Washington and London. ' this 26th day of Decembe HARVEY MORRIS; com iri.1 « ™ lssi T r i!! Chancery Cou; (Cid & Evrard, Attorneys for'Plaintiff. 12!26-1[2;4 Five-Striper (0. S. Waui; PJioto from WE/1) Newly-appointed Fleet Adm. William D. Lt-aby, USN, chief of stair lo the Commander-in-Chief: of the U. S., is shown above wearing his new live-stripe uni- ' form. Changes consist of a one- half-inch stripe edded to dress uniform sleeves, with the summer uniform to carry five-star insignia on the collar instead of four. AT FtRSf SIOHOFA: BY VETEK EDSOK Courier News Washington Correspondent Differences between American and British points of view on such tough questions as the future of Italy Greece, or Poland arc easy to build up Into insurmountable obstacles. The fact is, however, thut these are only three of the current tangles. At the start of the war there was broad general agreement that the two governments would keep each other fully Informed on what they were doing. This agreement was at all levels—Roosevelt and Churchill,' Hull and Halifax, Eden and Winnnt, through joint chiefs of staff, combined supply boards, shipping boards and even humbler officials. The record of this exchange of information lias by no means been an open book. A lot of the information swapped has been of top secret nature. There have been notable sHp r ups.. The Britisli forgot lo in- form'the United States that Count Carlo s/orza. would not be acceptable to His Brittanic Majesty's government as Italian foreign minister The United States government didn't Inform the British .that Italians would not be treated as enemy aliens in this country. THERE'S A FUNDAMENTAL DIFFERENCE Agreement between Great Britain and the United States on most international questions is complicated by one fundamental difference The British live right up against Europe and the Americans don't. Americans therefore cnn look at continental European problems with a more detached and idealistic point of view while the Britisli must wres- ~,.vui,,*, uamer .incKwn tie. with practical politics in estab-, bll!k Plant operator, and Joe Phil- hshing neighboring governments n f> R °se r s, truck driver, pleaded Louisiana May Finance Fight•/• To Conserve Gas BATON ROUGE, La., Jan. 3 (UP — A meeting of tlio rcbrgnnlne State Board of Liquidation, slate for 10:30 a. m. Saturday inornitif, lias been called by Governor Jnmc H. Davis, reportedly to consider ap preprinting funds with .which t continue the fight, t 0 COIMen Lculslnim's natural, gfts supply Under new law reorganizing" tl. uonrd, any such appropriate would be subject to approval by po of n majority of members of bot houses of the Legislature.' • ' Informal discussion Indicated til amount to be: asked for would' b $50,000 nmnially for the next U years, appropriate,! to the excel live mimnWoe Tor cbhtUiuhiir c ur , llll: "JiniiiJitee lor comuimtitr In one way of thinking, the dip- rent leligntion participating Tn ef lomatic slates were never dirtier and forts to obtain federal conserviitloi American-British relations were measures and a study rejected b never more complicated because of the Legislature lost summer of'Hi' basic differences in interests and stale's gas resources. ' • outlook. | The state is now involved In iwi The important thine lo note is B« s suits in federal court* on lflt, tlu> HlfTm-rnir>nr- r. ,•« i ; timllnllt In lirtl*- +!.„ i I.. ,. ... that, tlie differences worked on. ' What should bo looking at the whole pattern of being 'Bought tp halt the laying of' nddi tioiuil pipelines by the Mcmphi Natural Gas company, tli e the gas company lo restrain the hlute Highway Department' fron ""iiying- . or cancelliiig highway American-British relations, say tlie diplomats, Is that never before in - ~ -• —^.i.t. b tiiguwny history have two nations tried so «„,?* B l'«™l's for [be nddltlbnn liard to .work together, and never have two nations come so close to agreeing on so many things. | Two More Sentenced \ In Gas Black Market JACKSON, Tenn., Jan. 4 <up) —Federal Judge Marion Boyd has r.dministered three year sentences tp two men convicted of participation in nn Army gasoline black market ring. W. V. Spoonls, former they can get along with. That situation is neatly reversed Guilty. Conviction of the pair brings lr> when it comes to the Argentine. All 17 tlle number of defendants' ad the British want out of the Argcn- tine is plenty of good red meat and what form of government the Ardent inos have is of small matter On the other hand, the United States noVmally needs no Argentine meat but is vitally interested in rrmkin" sure there is no incipient nazism n-borning clown under. In spfte of such variances in interests, American and British governments have been able to agree on many economic policies for dealing with Portugal, Spain, Sweden and other neutrals. They have also been able to get together on many major political policies. They followed a common course of action with regard to Prance, leading up to simultaneous recognition of De Gaulle. They have worked out a mutually acceptable-plan for policing Ciermany after her defeat POSTWAR PROBLEMS BIGGEST BARRIER By far the greatest causes of discord in American-British relations come not from disputes involving bird parties, but in the settlement of postwar economic questions prf- na.rlly involving only the two coun- rics. Here you have such puzzlers is competition for world oil rights world shipping, W0 rld air rights. The British favor cartel arrangements •$•&& /:' Ni ; /\ rNEURALGiV tr C 'V" idln!! "llevcs Neuralgia and Headache fast because It's liquid. Also nl.aj-s the resulting ncrvo tension. Use .only as directed. lOc, 30c and GOc slws Liquid CAPUDINE Symptoms of Distress Arising from STOMACH ULCERS DUE TO EXCESS ACID FreeBookTeIlsofHomeTreatm«nlthat Must Help or It Will Cost You Nothing S?S t , wo , n U l J lonbolll « 0 f tl " !W ILhAKD THE ATM EN T J.avo liccn sold for relief of yPtonM oMtstresf arising from C-lomach nti Duodcnsl Ulcers ^uc lo E>» U Acld_ oor Olmtlon, Sour or Uptrf Siemllh «.l neis , Ke»rtbu,n, " f " A *BLYTHEVILLE: KIRBY HI-WAY DRUG CO ROBINSON DRUG CO ' ARMOREl,; I ARMOREL DRUG CO. CARD OF THANKS We wish to express our heart- during the recent Illness and death Mr. and Mrs. Lee David and son, Eddie B. David. "Nutritious Economical" Smoked BEEF POINT-FREE Double Action /No Bitter Taste v Grand For Wl Baking Local Groups To Seek Survey By YMC'A Here club members, mccllnit yesterday fm . luHchwn nt Ji" d IP'MI' A!!| H| lo !nl11 the loml *"»''- Irtlnl Allliuico n llsk | nl , ,, 1Q HIVM;.VI'II . m !l kL ' ll K ""'°>' ° r tlllf ,, L "' ten ' ll(ll 'J' with a view to limning ii recommendation ,,s to ' A talk nil truffle safely was E lv- «y Pntroimiin Duvhnn, of the Arkansas sinio Police, .stationed it Osfpola, mid members dismissed tlio old Diopositlon O f nnnm . „,„,„" brWcw now In use o ," , ? in""' 1 I "' !luv ">' l!) - •"» reJiilions «>ininHt«. of the ' 11 ' 1 10 lllmlint « '» bridges "'. n. Nicholson, clmlrmnn of the 'er ' Only uuest in addition, The Brewing wnvc of'censure of 'Army; ImcllUjehro as belnt! largely responsible [or the, BUI-- IJrlse urhlcvcd by Ocrinnns In .their... ccunler-nireiislvo Ureali- ,«liroUBl|..''i)u(s the spotlight of , criilrlsnv on MnJ.-Ceh. Clayton BtssclJ. above, rlilcf of Army In- '.tclllgcnne. lie Is ihe fourth head •at'G-2 since PenrI Harbor. Contains No Cream of Tartar FAMILY SHOE STORE 312 W. Main Soy Leans n re used In' the mnn- urilctwc of llaht switches, door hruidlo,s; pillions,'mm other Interior cftr fixtures.'- Airman Does As He Cheats cold and lie „„ Imd n prayer. Hut Lt. John D Qocthel, a B-17 born mrdlcr now imnlliiig icnwlgn- " ent In tlio AAP rcdlstilbution 8l«ton saW lie always knew he'd Jl v UUC'K, "Even wlu-n l was numb us nil ...t mil, Ooethcl said, "drowning <lldnt appeal to me 1 thought of my molhpr. Alreadj she'd icccived » Iclcsrum nboiil niy biothci bcliia '"IssliiB in action \ didn't want 'i« lo lit-t. iinotiiei (clew am "I IhnuKht of the follows back at llm bnsp. They called me 'lucky' ..-- 1 was yatiKed of( inKslom Ihttt were fatal. I told thorn If a ny- inlng happuiM [n me don't turn in my clothes (o tlie supply officei —111 net back.' 'I was In (lie untcr nn hour and « minutes, <Uig irnddliiiu when 1 hud (lie slroiiBtli. j hadn't seen • ho destroyer foi 30 minutes I pwyed, and just ni I sal ( i -nmen' I.Miw it again, A K uy «o\c In and rescued me, bocausi; tliere «ns a nilno field thin the ship had to avoid, riwlu iicnr mo" Ooothel, n NewloiHillc. Mnss, boy tiiok ills InvoUinlniy B»lm in the Channel on the way back from Cherbuuri;, l r lre Ijroke out in the No J cnsinn when tlie amtudc wiv.i 16000 feel, ami nftcr the nnvlgdlor liiiilod out, aocllicl leaped. Ho puil- i'd the rip cord of Ills parachute and H broke. • , . '\ "Tlicn 1 dropped — and when I tollapse the silk I Inflated my Ms west, but It leaked The doctors tol mo later (hat It wfc, Jucky it did if I hadn't been forced to kce Mvlmmlng I'd )iave frozen to deaf My tcmpernture went down (o t degree* an ii y/as"" A Billlsh destrojcr saw {h e pa. bail out and searched the watc: for them. Six times, Goethel cai he saw It appioachlng- him, ohly t Imn away 'without'sighting Mm When he finally did get back t tlio base, the boys' yelled-ut hlrr Ix>ok—the ghost Is'walklng" _ a n He iidttcd. 'Boy, \\e\6 they right! Champ 'Whirls' for Nivy OTTUMWA, aa. (UP) -,; O no L tlio nation's leading baton Iwirler who Won the tti'lMntt high schoc tlianipiomhip'three ycais in a roi -1037-1030 — has donned Nav blues and leads' the Ottvimwa, la naval air stfil!6n bind He is Sea man 2-o Karl Tlunman, Brookflck Mo who this yem ,^ 0 n the na Uimnl meiis clmmpionship at lh- Clilcngo Musical Festival fm th second time . - -.- a home remedy for .' relieving miseries of 'clilWren's colds, :; ^VAPORUB GOLD MEDAL 3 Lb. Box 2 Boxes for Gold Doiiai; Plain or Self Rising 9 fl 25 Ib. sack J Lb. Bag 52<? Toilet Tissue ES SHEET ROLL p4.°'3 n<)*2l$ Corn flakes llOz.Box Each UTTER 31 •£; 42* M 10 •£- 19* FRUIT JUICE 46 oz. Can, Grated Flat Tins Tall Can Each In Our Modern .- 25£ SAUSAGE •""£ n\t CHITTERLINGS'-1 ROAST artment SHOULDER Lb Brisket A Grade, ffi. HEAT F Bacl;,1b. AH Meat, tt>. Lb. Stand . . CABBAGE Texas Green Lb.. Iceberg, 5 Doz. Size Head U.S.No.l lOLbs. nt i Fresh Ripe Each Florida Sealdswcot Doz California Bleached Stalk 33? Yellow Globe 2 Lbs. for Fresh Emperors Lb. GRAPEFRUIT Yellow Florida Each, Bunch Plenty of Parking Space On Lof Back of Store TY SUPERMARK__ Ernest Dunagan, Mgr. 109-111 West Main J.D.Lunsfprd, Mkt;Mar, , " ' -.' ' vAV... < '-k i ~'- v " t • /

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