The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 14, 1937 · Page 3
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, December 14, 1937
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TUESDAY, DECEMBER BLYT11EVI!.LR, (AHK.) COUHJRIt NRWS Test Disease On Monkey PAGE THREE No Cause To Worry Outside Chicago Of Physicians Belief lly .STA Service Tlie outbreak o! it mysterious Ijsihy disease in Chicago's St.. Eli/.- ulwlli'.s hospital, which has already iDjtw) 11 baby lives, wed uot ylvt? undue concern in other hospitals ui- nurseries, believes Dr. Morris Pishhein, editor of the Journal ol ll«! American Mwlieiil Association, :.ncl tt-fiicr for NEA Service nmi tlie Courier News. "Outbreaks similar lo Hie one . Milch htis taken tlie lives of some M infants in Ilio Dinsory of the • liospital in Chicago are nut ' iiiil(|ii(- .say or. FlsliteJn, "hut for- I tiinaiely are rave in medical prac- ' lice. "Sucli i)i/).iiiiui,it>>rjr conditions vvilli dysentery have bciin report- 1 «-d previously fn institutions in i K'ew York, New Jersey, c.iicago. ' Lj'.cl on llie Pacific Coast. Some- ,' llJiws it is passible to detect, the i SITIM which is responsible. "For example, years ago a carrier named Typhoid Mary got a i jo!) us cook in the Loan Maternity 1 "" in New York. Many peo- llennun Pollack Is Installed As Temple's Leader This liny lenilied rhesus monkey tW"'s nul know lhat lie may ple dfecl of typhoid before Typhoid |j,.j n g victory to Chicago tncttTiologlst/i in liieir desperate fi°lit agaiiiii Eliziifceili's hospital, and threatens at least four more. Dr. Herman N. Eumlcson. health commissioner, is inoculating the monkey \illh the „_ g erm of the disease hoping that in this way the disease may be 'S b ™n t V° " ete ""l!'r " le ««- identified, studied, and conquered. inui organism responsible, whcih-' tr brought lo the babies hs.s worked out methods for the detection ol carriers of disease, and the investigators, in Chicago - - by food, by water, or by contamination Irani the hands of an attendant. "Such outbreaks represent isolated instances, and there Is no reason for apprehension in other hospitals or in other nurseries. "These incidents show us. however, that disease is not static and lhat the scientific watchmen ol medicine must bu eternally vigilant in their campaigns against the hosts of disease and death." Veteran Tells Of 'Sleep-In' Troop Strike Carrots, Squash, Chestnuts and Even Turnips Can Be Attractive MEMPHIS, Tenn. •I. (Andy) Donelson. of the Chickasaw Guards, likes to- tell of an army strike that was staged by Company L or the 1st Tennessee infantry during the Mexican border expedition hi law. It 11V MRS. GAYNOH MADDOX NKA Service StalT Writer Carrots, squash and chestnuts rrjP) Andrew : ^' 1 l')!i= in this week's picture. Turnips, too. can be made far more interesting than their reputation would lead you lo believe. Glazed Tumiiis H to G servings) Four large turnips, 1 teasjwon .spoon curry po\vder. 1-4 loaspoon Worcestershire sauce. Wash and scra\>e carrots, cut julienne or in long thin strips, boil Herman Pollack, who recently came here to head the Jeu-lsh congregation, was lastnllcd as rubbl of Traiple Israel In an Impressive service Sunday iifternoon when Itabbl Abraham Cronbuch. of tlie Hebrew Union College ut Cincinnati, O., was the principal speaker, A iiuint»r of visitors from other cttlcs attended the Instnllntlon exercises and the informal reception which followed. "The Social and the Spiritual" was the theme of the address. The Rev. S. II. Salmon, pastor of the. Kirsl ivesbylerlnn chiirdi, aiv.1 Max Meyers, president of the temple, assisted In the service. Among Die oul of loivn jwople who attended the services were: Mv. and Mrs. Julius Jacobs, Mr. and. Mrs. s. Hosenfleld, Mr. and Mrs. Abe icdelman ami duiigliUir, Mr. and Mrs. Abe Hummelslein and family. Miss Mourcia Neus- tader ami Mrs. Pannie Cohen, all orjoneslX)ro;Mr. and Mrs. A. Kolin MoiictUr. Mr. und Mrs. Jack Schoenberg of Marked Tree, Mr. and Mrs. Abe Rubensleln of Lake City. Mr. and Mrs. Julius Wilder of Charleston. Mo.. Bob and M. Barkowllz of Portngevllle. Mr. und Mrs. Louis Graber of Corning, Mr. and Mrs. liyman Kurlv. mid Mr. and Mrs. Abe Liverniaii and iluujjh tcr of uixora, Dr. Hennah LcviU of Memphis. Mr. nnd Mrs. 13. H. Barkowllz of Haytl, unit Mr. onn M rs.Perry Coopcrmnn, of Cnriilh- ersvJJIe. After Ilio Insinuation Iherc was an informal reception at the Wo mini's club. The refreshment (.able was covered with a lace cloth and had u yellow und white centerpiece •>r i-sKirs. chrysanthemums and baby's breath. Mrs. Nathan Welnberg an<! Mrs. Max Riibenstein, of Osccola, Dr, A. Cronbach, Rabbi ami Mrs, Pollack and William in water to which sail and „,.,;... ., .. has been added until tender. Put I M ?l ltlB - " crc . cream, curry powder and Worces- ™ s - M» r ™, liorowsky receiving Mrs - was New; Year's Eve on 'the salt. 1-2 cups sugar. 2 cups water. tershire sauce in a sauce pan. When hot, add carrots. Squash Pie (1 \)ie) Two cups of rnushed Hiibbard squash, 2 cups brown sugar, 1 1-2 teaspoons cinnamon, 2 teaspoons ginger. 3-4 teaspoon stilt. 4 eggs. (1-2 cup of cream. 1-2 cup of chopped wet cocoanut. Mix sugar, and seasonings, beaten eggs, cream and cocoanut. Line one pie plate or six j Individual tins with your favorite [ pastry recipe. Pill with mixture and bake 3-4 of an hour in a moderate oven (350 degrees P.). Top [ •with one. cup of whipped cream to which one table-spoon of maple syrup lias been added. border'at Eagle Pass. Tex.." Donel- 1 tablespoon butter. son recalled. "The snow was falling i Pee! turnips, boil in salted wa- ; "bout midnight when the bars ter until tender, cool and slice. ! Fa '" ous Bullfroj: Dies closed. -,vs were all in high spirits Make a syrup of su»ar, water and i ST - LOUIS (UP) - ulitli, the when someone shouted: 'Let's don't butter Lay turnip 'slices in a i world's most photographed bull- Set up tomorrow/ | pan. covcr wit h svrnp and cook j ^"1- lias "oaked for the last time. "And we didn't get up. The sun twenty minutes in n moderate oven | st - Lo"' 5 zo ° officials said Ullth, was up next day, but that was all- 1 ,3jO decrees F). Be sure to brown I ftn al!)ino ' lllul bcen thelr stell ? r except Col. Harry Berry, now VVPA ! administrator for Tennessee. | "Berry came fuming down the' row of tents. He was ragin^ and ]\is voice awoke the echoes but not Company L. We slept on. or if a, few did condescend io waken. Ihey lions and again. 1'urec of Chestnut Soup (4 to G servings) Pour cups of stock or canned consomme, 3 cups ot chestnuts, 1-4 onion. 2 stalks celery. 1 cup cream. i cup of milk, 4 tablespoons butter, 1-2 teaspoon pepper. 1 teaspoon salt, 1 tablespoon flour. Cut up celery and onion. • Boil chestnuts, peel and mash and cook with stock for about fifteen miti- -— - -utes. Mash through a sieve. Melt labor and the army." The old Company L of the cream, stir until thick, add to above Chicka-saw Guards later became mixture Season, serve with chop- Battery p, iisth Field Artillery. I pert parsley. •>"'•• Division. | Curr j Cd Carrots (4 to 6 servings) medium sized carrots. 1 j nt.traction for three years. A skin disease akin to dropsy was said to ! be the cause of death. merely muttered Impreca- , rolled over to sleep "And that," concluded Donelson "was the first sit-down stri!te-n fact of historical moment to both Raw bird is relished by t South Sea Books Donalcil PACfPIc GROVE, Calif. (UP)— The 1,200-book collection of South Sea island works owned by Albert Scale, director of the Steinharl Aquarium, San Francisco, will be donated to the city library here upon completion of new shelves, the library board announced. Nine teaspoon sugar, 3-4 teaspoon salt, 4 tablespoons heavy cream, 1-2 tea- 1'nlicc Forced to Sign Pledge MADRAS. India (UP)—All policemen whose habit it lias been lo "have one" occasionally have been forced to sign the pledge in the Salem District of Madras Presidency where the first enthusiasm for the new prohibition Mil is having widespread effect. I Slill Make GOOD HARNESS MADDUX Harness Shop Eskimos. Only the breast of the dovekie is eaten, and the remainder is thrown away. Applebaum and Miss Rose Iluben- steln of Osceola, presided at the lea table. In the early 10th century, the decks of Britain's East India merchantmen featured small vegetable gardens in boxes. Daily Increasing temperatures caused the seed to shoot up surprisingly fust, milking the crop turnover more vapid than In any place on land. Don't Experiment — Treat Colds Proved Way Doubly proved— in world's largest colds-clinic, and by everyday use in more homes than any other medl- /CV (~\ cation of its kind. No t"ll LI "dosing." Just mos- J^IC^-T^ sage VapoRub on ({ 'iT/ , vl throat, chest, and II—-ill 1 i I bncfc at bedtime. Re- II 11 F---11 net begins almost at once. And long after sleep comes, VapoRub keeps right on working. Its poultice-and-vapor action loosens phlegm, relieves irritation and coughing, helps break local conges- tlon. Often, by morning the worst of the cold Is over. WICKS W VAPORUB fn the .voung whooping crane the windpipe is ot normal length, but as the bird matures, the windpipe becomes elongated out of proportion to the other organs. Harvey Stewart Dr. F. A. 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