The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 31, 1955 · Page 16
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 16

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BtYTHBVILLB (ARK.)' COtmtER HEWS MONDAT, OCTOBER M, 19W Co/c( Tap Wafer /s Good For Bums, Doctors Say By ALTON L. BI,AKESLEE Associated 1'ri'ss Science Kcporler CHICAGO (AP) — Quick use of cold water looks good to reduce pain and danger from bad burns, a team of surgeons reported today. Just cold tap water does the trick — it needn't be ice water. It's best if your burned finger or other area is treated within one minute. Even if you delay for up to five minutes, the cold water may be helpful. TAPE BREAKS JET BOTTLENECK - A revolutionary new machine has now broken a tremendous bottleneck in jet engine production. It uses an electronic "brain" to turn a blueprint into a complex finished product. The product is an intricate cam, the heart of a jet engine's fuel control system. The machine accomplishes in two to four hours a technical operation that previously required about 400 man-hours or five to 10 weeks. It was developed by Bendix Aviation Corp. engineers and recently unveiled at the Terre Haute, Ind., plant. Coded information, taken from the blueprint is punched on a plastic tape and the electronic "brain" then "reads" the data, and sends instructions to the tool that does the actual cutting of the cam. Above, a Bendix technician looks at the punched tape on the "cam machine." Tennessee Girl Is Included In Movies 'Wampas Babies' HOLLYWOOD (XP) — The movies have their first new set of wampas baby stnrs in 35 years. In a revival of an old custom established by the former publicity group, the Western Assn. of Motion Picture Advertisers, 15 gals wore introduced laat night on the .NBC-TV Mexico Readies For Saints Day MEXICO CITY HPi—Mexico doesn't observe HaU'oween. but it htis a reasonably grisly facsimile. Tomorrow is All Saints Day. Wednesday is the day of the deiid when bakeries become gruesome with sweets In the form of skeletons and skulls. There will be bizarre costume balls, and street vendors will sell "calaveras," free verse compositions satirizing politicians and others. The custom is said to date back to Aztec empire times—almost n thousand years ago, Indian peasants saved milk and honey to provide departed spirits with the best of their products. After the dead had "eaten" the peasants consumed what] was left amid carnival festivities. Comedy Hour as promising young acti'Rsses, singers, dancers and models. They were finalists among 75 who entered preliminary auditions. The new wnmpas baby stars are; Phyllis Applegate, 152, San Bernardino, Calif.; Jolene Brand, 21, Baldwin Pork, Calif.; Roxnnne Arlen. 21, Hollywood and formerly of Detroit;, Donna Cookn, 19, Dawn Richard, 18, nnd Norma Nllsson. 18, all of Los Angeles; Barbara Huffman, 21, Tucson, Am.; Jewell Luiti, 24. Indianapolis; ina Poimk'xter, 23. Covinpton, Tenn.; Dnreen Stfivt.-ns. 21, Atlantic City., N.J.; Lita Milan, 21, New York City; DcU-Fin Thursday, 20, Honolulu; find Violet Rensing, 2-1, Berlin. The cold w a t e r troalmrm brought immediately, almost complete relief of pain, in lour human burn cases, said Drs. Levi E. Reynolds. C. FU'i-d Brown and Philip B. Frier, of thf University of Utah College of Medicine. In a n i m a 1 experiments, the prompt cold water tiv:iunent—- continued 10 10 \\i mmmos -ik:isti- cally reduced bud :ifter vii>fi:i, they told the openii:u r .session of the Clinical Congress oi the American College of Suriu'ons. Latest Developments The Congress is a Ljuihcrmt: oi nearly 6,000 .surgeons atu-ndin-; lectures on up-to-the-minutf developments in all field.- cu surgery and reports oi' experiments on ru".v f rentiers of possible Misery and t rea tmems of tomorrow. Among other roport.s to a fnnini on fundamental surgicM problems were: A new method of pinpointing trouble within the heart—such as caused President Eisenhower's heart attack—has been worked out successfully on dot^.s. This kind of heart atr.ifk is caused by blockade, \vUh i:uty material, of one or more arteries carryinjr nourishing blood to the heart Itself. By injecting a ciyestuff into the blood circulation, and then takinp X ray pictures which show where the dye is collecting:, the place where the blockage is occurring can be pin-pointed, said Drs. -Jack A. Cannon, Charles A. Clifford. Gautan Diesch and Wiley F. Barker, of the University of California School of Medicine, Los Angeles. Might Be Modified The method might be modified to apply to human heart case . and be useful if and when surgical methods are developed to operate to overcome the blocked area, they said. Radioactive-iodine appears promising as a detective to seek hidden. damu'rouK abscesses which may form within the abdomen alter surgery. The radio-iodine is attached to a normal blood constituent, serum albumin, which tends to go to the site of an active abscess. Radioactive counters can show where the iodine is concen- traitny, and thus be a helpful tip- off to .spot the abscess, said Drs. TrviiiK M. Ariel. Jean Kuzm'k, B.S. and Dr. George T. Pack, New York, REFLOATED—Up from its watury grave is the hull ot the Japanese cruiser Kiso, sunk in Manila Harbor, the Philippines, during World War II. Rust and.barnacles coat its hull, evidence of m than « decade under water. Vessel at right is also Japanese. Kids and Dog To Lose Tonsils RICHMOND, Va. i/P)—The three cr.ilcU'on oi Earl Williams, plus iho nimily dog. will have their tonsils out, today. Mama Williams stayed at th" Richmond Eye Hospital to com for: Knrl Jr., 11; David, 8, and EUza- beih. 4, Papa Williams, a bread salosnx-.m, v.-eni over 10 the animal hospital nearby to be with 9-month-old Danny, a collie pup. How come a dog needed his ton- Mis out? "WelJ, he had a sore throat and was losing his appetite just like the kids," said Williams. "Seems like the thing to do." Crash Toll Rises to Nine Is'ORTH HOLLYWOOD, Calif. (# — Nine persons now have lost their lives in the tragic, fiery crash of wealthy Joe Thome's plane into an apartment house Oct. 17. Thome, wno was llying alone and two others were killed and seven persons critically burned at- the time of the accident. Six of the in- ujred have died. The most recent vicitm was 9-year-old Patty Mar- c'nica. who died Saturday. Her father, mother and brother died earlier of burns. Still in critical condition from 1 burns is Michael Preston, 41. ! Read Courier News Classified Ads crease reported. There sales stayed at lust year's level. The increases ranged from 4 per cent at Louisville to 23 per cent in the St. Louis area. At Memphis the increase was reported at 1 per cent. Sales in eight small cities of the district increased 15 per cent. Retail Sales Increase Again ST. LOUIS (/Pi -A 15 per cent rise in department store sales last week, compared tu the same week of 1954, was reported Friday in the Eighth Federal Reserve District. Only at Little Rock was no in- A Three Days' Cough Is Your Signal n relieves promptly because it yots into \tic bronchial system to help loosen and expel germ latlcn phlegm iitul aid nature to soollu* anil heal ruw, icmlcr, inflamed broiv:hi.\l tuemhnmcs. | ; or children gel milder, faster Creo- miil-sion for Children in the pink and blue package. Adv. s Couslis. Chest Colds, Aci TOYS...TOYS...TOYS Special Official Dick Tracy Wrist Radio This is ii KKAICO that is i>-ood up lo ' 2 mile. It is battery powered and a copy of the famous wrist •adio you've seen Dick Tracy. Two com <T 4f^ Q Q ilel es( a I ions. 4* J OO Uniited Time Only- SEW MASTER Sewing Machine It really s e \v s! Yon can make your own doll dresses or actually repair (hem just like mothers do. $398 Robert The Robot Me walks, he talks, he can actually grasp oh- jecls wHh his hands. This is one of (he most. remarkable toys onthe market today! Construction Set Road Grader—Steam Shovel—Dump Truck A STRUCTO "live action" toy huilt to last a Child- Time! They arc accurate scale models, (he si earn shovel is 2(i'/i" lon^. The .Dump Truck is 2(1" long, and the Road Grader is IS" lonh.jfisTAslKHaavin&p and the Road Grader is IS" long. This Is A Hai-gainl $595 $995 Use Our Lay-Away Plan LAO & LASSIE TOY CENTER Main at Firtt CLEANER! FASTER! MORE ECONOMICAL! 1 Day Service on laundry picked up! 2 Hour Service on laundry brought in! (Includes wash shirts and pants finished when requested. ^__^^___^^^^^___ Also 1 day Dry Cleaning Service Blytheville needs a Business College! Response has been more than we expected—the class is already Vi filled. If you are interested please call or write at once. This Class Is Limited! All students must be enrolled opening night. BUSINESS COLLEGE For LYTHEVILIE Sponsored By LINDGREN SPEEDWRITING BUSINESS COLLEGE of MEMPHIS (Affiliated with 100 Schools Nationwide) DAY AND NIGHT CLASSES Offering for Adults in Blyrhevilfe MODERN INTENSIVE BUSINESS COURSES 1. General Business 2. Secretarial Training 3. Secretarial Accounting FARM LOANS Six Star Feature 1. tfo brokerage ffca to pay 2. N« stock to parrliase 3. An opportunity i<i establish credit with a large insurance Co. that is and hu been for many years t* permanent Irndor in this ttrri- •017 4. Lone tiwic low intern! rate 5. We pay the appraisal and attorney few 6. Quick service, fast closing. We clow loans before most companies make their in- apectlons. For Information, See, Call or Writ* LOGAN FINANCE CORP. Lynch BiHdlnt Bl;tb«illl«, Ark. Phont 2-2M4 Ficlulm Aftnt for Amtrion United Life Innranc* C*. SERVICE! The Key to Our Business! Your satisfaction is STRICTLY GUARANTEED on every purchase at Hays. It's your assurance of always receiving the BEST QUAL- ITY at the LOWEST PRICE ... Day in and day out your dollar brings you just a little more value ... a little more service, at Hays. Godchaux Finest Pure Cane SUGAR 10 Lb 900 Fresh Ground HAPPY HOST COFFEE 63d Campf ire No. 300 PORK&BEANS 5 49d Bush, Whole, No. 2 Cans GREEN BEANS 5 SI Hunts Halves or Sli-ced, No. 2'/ 2 PEACHES 3 for $1 Diet Rite, 12 Oz. Can COLA can 100 Giant Size SILVER DUST 520 Mississippi SORGHUM t GBl . 1.35 Large, 16 Oz. * HERSHEYSYRUP 220 Full Pint MIRACLE WHIP 340 15 Ounces EAGLE BRAND MILK 290 Carnation 3 Qt., Instant POWDERED MILK 280 Pork Roast Boston Butts Lb. 35* Sliced Bacon Kreys Thick — —. Slice QQC 2Lbs. Stew Beef Brisker Lb. 19' Club Steak Mature Beef Lb. 49' Biscuits All Brands Can 10' APPLES Fancy Red Jonathan 5 Lb. Bag 49 C Grapefruit Marsh Seedless White Meat 4 For 29 £ GRAPES Red Tokay 2Lb. 25 GREENS Turnip or Mustard Bch. fO< LAY-AWAY NOW FOR CHRISTMAS! ONLY A SMALL DEPOSIT REQUIRED! SPORT SHIRTS Mens lerrycloth shirts in assorted colors. Sizes S-ML. Special CHILDREN'S Training Panties Sizes 2 to 12. A real value 8for*1 LEVIS America's Finest Overall Since 185 DOUBLE-KNEE WESTERN JEANS FOR BOYS • specially designed for youngsters by the makers of famous LKVl'S • electronically-fused, guaranteed double knees for extra wear • Sanforized, white-back 9-ox. heavy denim • /ipjMT fly, waistband snap fastener, real Copiwr Rivets size* 4 to It waist 22 to 26 2.79 LADIES PANTIES Fine rayon tricot knit panties. Sizes 8 to 11. 2 lor Sizes 5 to 7 — 3 for $1 WOMEN'S FLATS Also Loafers and Oxfords. One table only. Sizes 5 to 10. BOYS KNIT SHIRTS Assorted colors. Made of combed yarn. Sizes S-AI-L. WOMEN'S SHOES One table flats, suedes and leathers. Sizes 5 to 10. Special. Payroll Checks Cashed Free We D«li»«'—Phone 2-2001

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