The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 24, 1947 · Page 5
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, NUVKMHKR 24, lfM7 Food and Milk [Tests Planned Mobile Laboratory j To Spend Week in I Nearby Caruthersville CARUTHERSVILI.E, Mo.. Nov. 24 J —A mobile milk and food control |]al>'nator.v w i!| be sel up here Nov. to operate the following week, 'orrllni; lo Sterling Demean of the IPrmiscot County Heallli Dcpiirt- I mem. | equipment belongs to the Division " uf |k>:ilt!i of the Missouri Deparl- i)JT> o[ Public Health. The Irtborntnry is ertuipped with I Hie most modern bacteriological testing apparatus availHble. It was formerly a mobile hospital labora- I 'ory ot the U. S. Army Medical I Corps. 1 The nulls is staffed by two men, [and is capable of handling from 50 I lo T5 milk samples and restaurant I swab samples for analysis per day. 1 Samples of milk, and .s\vab sum- jplcs from restaurants and other I public eating places of the city, will ibe collected by the Prmi.scot County I Health Department Monday, Tuns- BI,YTIIEVILUC (ARK.) COURIKH NK\YS Cost of Living Up2.2PerCent In September WASHINGTON. Nov. 24. (UP>_ The Labor Department said Saturday the cost ol living wont up 2,2 per cfnt between mid-August auri mid-September to a now all-time high. The department said tluil. in ccnerul, prices (or all mp.i.n- commodity sioups—tood. reir.s. rlojii- I"B. luel and house [uriii.ihiiips-. increased during the motuh. As of last Sept. 15. the nepatl- nwnl said, average retail prices Tor the things lxiiii;lit bv "moderale- Incoini! city families" 'were 12.3 per cent higher than u year earlier and | nearly 23 |>er cent above June, L94G. i when most price controls < / i> abandoned. The department .said that tood, with a 3.G per cent increase, led 111'! overall hike in the cost of living. It said ttiat average retail food prices last Sept. 15 were nearly 4o per cent above the last days of OPA and 10 per cent above the June, 192(1 peak followini; World War I. Displaced Coins to Go Home pessary 48-hour incubation period will | llic allowed tor any bacteria to In-I Icubate. This will allow all samples' r to be tested and analyzed bv Friday ! Unoruing, following which the unit I will be prepared for movement to f another location. This testing of milk, and restaurant, swab samples, is in coordinn- | lion with the recently adopted city ordinance here pcrl:miini; to eat{ ing and drinking establishments, I as recommended by the state Health _ unit will be in charge o( IChVnes HarHvell, and Mr. Duncan • staled that the public is ijiviled to I inspect (he laboratory, during i!< [locution here, and (hat Mr. Hart-' well, a bacteriologist, will explain I the operational procedures which I are followed in making tests ol this Ikitul. [War Files Opened To Press, Public JBy Eisenhower WASHINGTON', Nov. 14. (UP) — I Gen Dwlght D. Eisenhower Sat- lurdny ordered the Army to lluow Inpen its World War II files to the I press anri public, regardless o( I whether "the evidence of history [puts the Army In an unfavorable "The Army posses no inherent Irieht to conceal the history of It* • affairs behind a cloak of secrecy," I Eisenhower said, "nor is such con- I duct conducive to a sound and 1 healthy approach to (he day to day |performance of its duties.' 1 The Army Chief of Staff said I th p historical records of the Army's I operations as well as the manner I in which tlic.se were accomplished I arc public property, except where I the security of Lhe nation is jco- | pardizeri. ' "The American public therefore (should find no unnecessary obstacle 1 to its access to the written record," 1 Eisenhower -said. Urges Bombing Of Quibbling Nations PHILADELPHIA, Nov. 24. <UP> — George H. Eiirle, lorruer U, S. diplomat, Saturday urged the atomic | bombing of any nation which refuses inspectx)!'. by the United Nations for "atomic, bacleriolojsical nr any other frightful new weapons." In a letter to Secretary of Slaf.e George Marshall. E:\rle charged that because of the atomic bomb, and the Russian veto, the UN and the Marshall plnn were important ami helpless. Enrle, former minister (o Bulgaria, and Austria, asked Marshall where the Marshall plan and the United Suites would be if Russia announced ii had perfected the atomic bomb and intended to occupy all of Europe. BecKuse of these conditions, Earle said, "time is running fast against us' 'and called on Marshall to take the follo'.ving action: "Have America propo.se to the UN Ihrit nny nation refusing inspection by the UN for atom i c. ba cleriolo - v gical OL any other f tight In] new wenixjns. be bombed aiomicnlly until it submits. "This motion will be passed, then vetoed by Russia. The United Suites will then withdraw, forming a new UN without Russia. The motion to bomb, unless inspection is accepted, will then be pawed and then all nations will permit inspection or be bombed." OrleniLs Port of Kinbiukiillon him been nanifil cmnii I.eroy .lohnson In tribute lo tlie inednl of honor winner who leva ills life [„ u>e 1'udlic, the Army annuuiKTd today. ' i Tli ( . insinuation .sometimes has been referred lo us Ibe personnel center. N o I' K, the Army said.' H Is n lti'2-acre reservulloii iix'iited on tlie Southeast slinre of i,nk«! I'oiHtluirlmiii about iMslil miles' Iroiii New Orleans ] The reservation was nninhed by! lh« Army euilliT IliU year on n i lea.se Irom the New Orleans U'vee PAGE FIVE CnmmlKtatt The ctimp IH used ' mainly fin 1 pixxji'sMnn anil luHKsliiK lullltaiy ~ tind civLll.ui itn'.sumicl I)IIKS|IIK (hi'ttUKh I In 1 New OrU'uns Port of Kmbiu-kulliui. -Sd!t. lA'roy .lulinsoii, in whose honor the <-aiup wns nanu-d, was bum In Ciiiu'y Ctvok, Lu , ti[ Dec. U, lull). HC> dlcul in acllun .^nliiM i i he Ju|wJic.sc In l^eylr In iht 1 I'tilllpiJUH'-s ot) JJoc. 13, ID'H. Johnson dt-libt'ialely throw him- M v lf on I wo inioxjitodi'd nn'n!ulf,'.s which Inn I fallen near his coin- Liulrs lit- UTclvett tlio full fhar«e In hk.s imdv- RECTAL DISEASES A SPECIALTY (All Ty|ie« Kvctpl Cancer) DRS. NIES&NIES Clinic 514 Main, Hlylhevllle, Ark., Phone Thai pile in Hie foreground is money—-51111(1 tons of coins which were looted by the Japs during the war from Chinn, Indn-Cliina nml tlie Philipi'mes. The .hips removed Iheir copper ronlcnl. Now they're assembled al Osaka, re.itly to he i eilMnbtiletl. Tlie coins me valued at over $2,000,000. Lanscape Artist Now Sees Flowers After Living 32 Years in Darkness Memorial Univpr.sliy. Today as Dr Robert Lee Kincaici lie began serving as president of the school. He was installed at ceremonies yesterday presided over by Dr. James D. Hoskins. president-emeritus of the University of Tennessee- Klncaid is author of the book, "The Wilderness Road". BY KOKAND (United Press Slaff Concsiumdcnll BIRMINGHAM. Ala.. Nov. 24.-- ^UPJ—Otin Eloist. landscape artist, who lived wilh hiis flowers for i he last 32 >c;irs. tod?y could finally FPG the benuty he'd lirarrt others describe lor so )onji. In 1915 he lost one eye completely and mot i: than half the vision of the other eye in a dynamite explosion. Dot:tors thi-n said he'd never see agaiir. But two months ago a delicate eym operalion re.storcd almost lull si^hl j t,o one eye. Wlien thn baiutagcs were remo\rd a, few days ago, auihori- j ties said ii was "a miraciiiou.s success." For Hor.su now 55. it meant the end of 32 years of almost tola) | darkness. Today, after partially getting over the wonder of seeing his eh i Id re u nnd grandchildren for !he lirst time. ' Horst a»am thought of his oucupa- ' tion. j "I never paid much attenlion (o i flowcr.s when I could sec." he .said. i "But afU'r I lost my sight I started growin? ihem and found out, I could tell the difference by smell and touch." "I couldn't remember how really beautiful they were." Horst said wilh a tear in his eye. "and now that I can sec them again—well, I Juss. can't describe it. They're much prettier than 1 ever dreamed. "But even when I couldn't see them, they were wonderful," he said. "I wiis despondent for several, years until I started R row) UK ; flnun.H 'by smell." " : Horst thought he'd crmtfmie his landM-apinf; business, He believed ih* 1 could do hotter with II now thai I lie can .sec* i Bui for a few more weeks he I thought he'd .spend most of his i time with his five-year-old firand- j daughter. S lie's invented u new The liltie cirl holds up her Uny hands and asks, "how many flnger.s do you sec now, gMintldiuldy?" Army Names Military Post Fat War Hero WASHINGTON. NOV. 2-1. IUPI-- An Ai-iny Trnii.siwi'lntion Covp.i in- slallntion \vliicli services the New Fish Ccine First SALEM. Ore. (Ul'l —Thiu-'s uold ! In them hills, but F. A. Qouly ol ' Portlnnd. Ore.. cloes*i't liavc per, mission to get it out. The sinle Inml board turned down Douty's nppli- ! ration to dredge for cold in the IRoBlie River bccnll.sc. the bo:iri! i contended. II would Unrm lisli and I scenery. Worlcs His Way Through \Cifilcge and Right Up 1 To Head of Institution HARROGATE. Tcnn.. Nov. 24. UPi It was 35 yesxrs ^go when la youngster crossed the nionntains I to work his wny through Lincoln Contractors can build it better ' v V - ' ' ^ »and faster with EADY- MIXED CONCRETE • For building floors, sidewalk*, drivewoyi, foundation and scores of other Improvement! VThcn you huiltt, 0 | c ( ii. rsc you n-int concrete— firc^afc. enduring and low in COM. Ready-Mixed Concrete helps contractors deliver a quality , o b u a 5.11 Wacto ry price. K> cry (ruck load i^ stronj;. uniform, watertight con- Crete, designed for you,- specifications. •gW delivered price for * qllj i; ly prTditct is made possible by our volume production and modern concrete proportioning plant. L«t u, put you ,„ , outh wijh <j( _ p.r'.nt.d. r.pulobl. .ontro.Ion who w. or. .ur. will gtv . yeu . Duality |ob at a loHira.t,,,,, prk. HUGHES & Company "Ready Mix Concrete" Building Materials South 10th St. Al R. R. — Phone 3531 RUBBBER FOOTWEAR Just Received Large Shipment Pullover Boots Women's & Children's In Brown & Red GALOSHES For Women & Children OVERSHOES Men's & Boys' 4-Buckle Light & Service Weiqht Men's and Women's Slide Fastener KNEE BOOTS Fine Quality For Women KNEE BOOTS For Men Reg. Ankle or Ankle-Fit LONG BOOTS Men's Light or Service Weight Reg. Ankle or Ankle-Fit Family Shoe Store 312 Main Street FOR SALE Complete Equipment Blacksmith, Woodwork and Welding Shop (Building can be leased if desired) AM tools in Excellent Condition! Phone 868, or Call at Gateway Welding and Blacksmith Shop NOVEMBER 29th Last Day to Pay LEVEE TAXES If you hove not paid your levee taxes, be sure to see me before Nov. 29th, or moi/l to me your statement together with check (with exchange added) or Money Order (without exchange). Mrs. Lynn P. Gooch, collector BLYTHEVILLE, ARKANSAS 107 Main SI. Follow the crowds to gift l.crs! Itoal PKIXK K ifts for every niitinhcf of the family nwail your Nclcclioii at I'tauU'rs. You'll find NAAIli HllANDS, loo! No off-ln-und tnurchiiiidisc you'll lie naliamed of. (Juiiit! ill Ux'ity, won't, you? There's always a courteous derk ready lo help you wilh each selecliuii. ,/ Universal irons G. E. Waffle Irons Community Silverware Haviland China Farnsworth Radios Remington Shavers Hunting Clothes Hunting Boots Duck Callers Fishing Equipment HARDWARE CO.Inc . HOME OF fAMOl/S BRANDS 126 W. MAIN ST. PHONE 515

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