The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 17, 1946 · Page 10
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, July 17, 1946
Page 10
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PAGE TEN BLYTI1EVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS WKDNKSDAY, JULY 17, 1!).]G More Polio Cases Listed in State Dreaded Disease Blamed for Five Deaths This Year LITTLE RCCK. Jill}' 17. (UP> — Poliomyelitis, which has caused r-.l least five deaths In the stole'In thfl past three weeks, continued to rfs? last week with 19 cases reported to the Slate Health Department. If past records are » guide, health officials said, the peak has not been reached. Figures compiled by the department show that in two previous years when polio ravaged the slate, the largest number of crises appeared iu the lust two weeks of Only and the first week of August. The years woo 1937 with 31-1 cases and 1942 with 151 cnse-5. Dr. T. T., director of lie department, said that 47 case? have been reported this year, seven less than were reported in the 'tals al! | of last year. At the same timu year only 15 cases had bL'di reported. The upward trend in (he disease was noted as the departnit-ni reported eight cases in the 27lli week of this year, 11 in the 28th week and 19 last week. Pulaski County led last week \vilh nine oases. Two were reported in CriughCMl County and one i-ach iri Hot Spring, Jefferson. Lonoke, I'oin- selt, Prairie, Saline, Union ami Yell counties. Dr. Ross said there is little thrt can be done about infantile paralysis other than to watch !oi- eavly symptoms. He listed them as iever, nausea, diarrhea and a uosaible slift neck. He said the fever will disappear for a day or two and paralysis will be the next symptom. Buyers lake Up Battle Against High Prices II Aliroximateiy 5000 to GOOD stars are visible to the naked eye. but only one-half of this number may fce seen at one time, .since the other half is lielov,- the horizon. Braves Cameras Home for UN /s Selected In New York NKW YORK. July 17. (UP)—-The United Nations will be nskctl to Ki'tllc down permanently at I he former World's Fair site in Klusli- iiiK Meadow Park, 11 was disclosed tcilny. City officials had enveloped tile ivove In secrecy, apparently in an attempt to lull other communities .scrkinu i"j attract the world orijaii- Iznliun. A special committee chosen by Mayor William O'Dwycr was ex* petted to offer the FUishtnr; Mr;a- <kws site as a permanent home for boih the; General Assembly and the Security Council. Simple Arithmetic Shows Neat Profit for Owner Of Angora Rabbit farm Plain arithmetic slur.vs that Mr. Hid Mrs. ui'iiriit! Oickcrson's i'a!)bll .inn pays dividends. Tlii'y raise Auroras for their If.", which i.s sin ami every nine wci K.s or live lime.'; a year. One .shoiiriii),' <)( one rabbit av< r- Bi's SI.05. Multiply Uils by five limes the number <>f rabbits OWIKM lor every new litter oi rabbits ana It adds up to u ijooil sized annum incomo. Heavy Ship Lnlcst calculations of shun- that a rocket ship, scientists to reach Representatives of vclcran, labor nnd civic organizations, beariiu; signs protesting removal of price controls and resulting increases in prices, "picket" downtown Wiisliinglon. D. C., stores in what they hoped would be the starl of u "buyers' strike." Similar movements have spumy up in other . lurgc cities oj[ Llic. U. S. Game Commission Bans Turkey hunting For Whole Year LITTLE ROCK, Ark.. July 17. rjlV—Al the end o[ its two-day eeting here, the Arkansas Liaine :i<l Fish Commission yesterday «u- ijunced the closing of turkey sea- 011 In the state for one year. T. A. McAiuis. executive secve- ry of the commission, said the love was taken because recent stir. cys indicated an alarming dc- reuse in the turkey be state. The season has been from April through April 15. The commission also discontinued Spring squirrel season formerly ob- ved from May 15 through .lime The Fall season wn.s extended one nujulh. sUutlnu Sept. 1 instead of Oct. 1, ami closing Jan. 1 as ncHHofore. 'lilt; bag limit of eight squirrels a day \vitn l\vo-duy limit in possession remained Hie same. New regulations on quail provide for alternate shooting days, vvllli tile same overall season ns last year. McAinLs said. Tile sen.son is from Dec. 1 through Jan. 31, and the shooting days are to be each Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday during the open season. Dec. 25 and Jan. I were included an "open shooting days, " McAmis saitl. The bag limit on tjitnll was reduced from 12 to 10 birds a (lay. iim! possession limit wns luwem! to out; day's hug instead of iwo as heretofore. '-I'lto. secretary pointed out that no changes were nitnic in (leer sou- son. H remains two separate hunt- |!ng periods, lite second Monday i>.i i November Utrotiyh ithc lollowlng population in Eiilimluy, ntul the second Monday [in Heccmbfr through llm follov/liit; Saturday. The ba(; limit remnurs :tt one lefial buck for each period. In further action.'the commission I made an emergency order to regu- ' the mimbcr of huufvogs lakcn i day. The dally limit was eet 1'2. u'ilit a possession limit of two days. The order becomes' et- feetive Aiif. 15. and MtAmis said it will be enforced rigidly. The commission emphasized the inauguration of nc'.v ^ame restoration projects In Arkansas, dcallnt; partictil-iiiy vvllli (itiail pitKluetlcn. A new program, started with S50.000 slide and federal funds, will provide fur both qvjull nnd Unkey restoration i)rojeet.'5 a.s well as expansion ot the deer planting and tr.ip- pini; program. MeAmis sai<i that about l.OPjD new deer would be trapped and replanted d.iirin», the current phiiil -season in Arkansas. Read Courier News Want Ads. the moon anil return safely to the earlh, would require a load 01 20,000 Ions of fuel and would weigh not less than 40,000 Ions. HuMKo THE jfrainiy COOKING FAT Jis Wonderful! J. LOUIS CHERRY Kcpreseiitlnc York Life Insurance Co. lUylhevllle, Ark. SfFS Roth rock DRUGS Free Delivery Phone 451 We Give 1 Service oit We'll Make ICF. COLD WATERMELON 1 TA TAPE In I f\ \a^ff^ • Gi ay (i! South Joss Cramer, MKT. and Chef Fred Callihan Phone 2642 We Call For and Deliver Autliorl/cU Motorola Itadlo Sales and Service 10b' South First St. ."! Monsters NEURITIS, ARTHRITIS, RHEUMATISM These three monsters have caused more pain and suf- duriny the past 50 years Mountain Valley has font-lit fering than all other human ailment:; combined. And them day in and day out; and has fo its credit many notable victories. Probably (i to 1! glasses of this natural alkaline water may be the greatest blessin;; you havu ever known. Try it for !)0 days. Phone for interesting literature. 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If you .ire nut nclitall.' ^lon/cil ill the ivlk't tlic first InMtl brings, your money will bu refunded. •.Adv. UOT1IICOCK DKtiG STOKH 205 Wcsl Slain SI. I found the way to amazing better looks/ Atta boy...Have a Coca-Cola •4 MjW '*'£•? stf-^^M^- '•1ft '&""' J:'?!p " A^i^lHWlf ^/y-?x . -r *"f""""~ lifVif'**^ iti z&fz&snaszs. ... the friendly pause goes mighty good When the job's been running heavy, it's a swell idea to refresh with icc'cold Coca-Cola. That's when the words Have a Coke arc sweet music. The work comes easier . . . folks feel friendlier. In offices, factories, and workshops everywhere, the familiar red cooler is a sign of a friendly place to work. BOIUtD UNDLR AUTHORITY OF THE COCA-COIA COMPANY »Y COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO. of BLYTHEViLLE 1 "Corn-Cola" and itg abbreviation ^"Cukv" sue the roRfclcTcd tradc- \ in.irks utnch (iiiCiiii^jisli t!ie |iro<i- ) uct of TliO Coca-Cola Co;ii|jany. 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