The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 19, 1947 · Page 4
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f AGB FOOT BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COUKIER NEWS FK1DAY, SKPTKMBIOK 10, 1<M7 Roods Endanger Parts of Tokyo Death Toll Mounts Over Wide Area Following. Typhoon TOKYO, Sept. 19. (UP) — A •30-foot' break in. the . Naka River embankment four miles' outside Tokyo flooded a quarter of the Japanese' capital .today and threatened' to . flood ' out 500,000 residents in three North-eastern wards. i With the" flood c crest t.vo hourf away ajt 10 pjn. tonight, the U. S. : Army .apprehensively awaited tin- crest of the River Naka which was expected to .flood its banks and kre^K the dikes in t\vo places. One f the Lspots was near the Jo'oansai; line linking the Kanto plain 'with Northern- japan. \ Early tortay, the Kalsushika iAdachl and E^osawa. wards v.er( jflooded when the Sakura embank- juerit- between the Edo and Naka 'rivers "gave way under a terrific jpctinding. U. S. Army engineen I were later .forced..to dynamite thr 'Ede dikes to divert .some or lilt I'A-aier "tc.vards the op?n county. : KyoiJ? Me.svs Agency reported tii.it 'seven ^persons were dead and six =wern [Hissing in Tokyo alone. Hun- 'rireds 'o* thousand of persons flee 'to hitler grcunq near Hie eentc: \ jof Ihc-eity ?.-'ter *thc army and po- flirc warned Ihc-m that their live-, | .were threatened. Whjn the luise embankment j crumbled, the muciciy waters ix>ur- ;ert through a 20-foot breach to a . idc-ptlvof 13 feet. The waters .-vcrc j f more'than six feet deep at tho i Kanamachi railroad station, wlt:i the f.lood crest still four anrt a . half miles away. The' First. Calvary Division jcni 4.5CO men to man the dikes and assist '. the people, to leave their 'homes: About 150 U. S. Army assault boats and other landing rraft were ijscd in evacuating some 50.'COO families. Press reports said several cases o: typhoid had broken out in the .stricken areas. Meanwhile, the army esllmu'.ed -that 2,000 Japanese died in ihe 10 '.prefectures hardest hit by the ty- phosn* rains that began last Mon-I day. Some 200.0CO were made liomc- 'less, the Army said. Press reports ran as high as 8.750 dqad and 19,000 m:s.sliit: wlih 34C.OCO houses damaged Ihrou'jliout the country. Bicycle Built for Whew! Church Group Buys Club for Big Camp Site LITTLE ROZK. Ark., Sept. 19. (UI'i — An Inter-Denominational Christian camp will be opened near I-ittle Hock next Summer by the l.ctoumeau : oumlillon at the Old Slirinc Country Club. The foundation paid $85.003 for Ihe -Ml-aere site formerly operated by the Baptist Stale Hu.spital as a ronvnle.sccr.l liome. Incorporated In Arkansas for $4000,000, the foundation is described as .1 non-profit rc- Ji^ious and educational coriwra- tlnn headed by il, G. Lstourneau of LoilfjVICW, TCX. The camp will be dlre:tcd by Mrs. 1/Hourneau who has sold Bethany Camp at Wlnunn Lake, Ind. Alexine \VcsllioII. of San Francisco, tho young Irul.v on Ihe hike, is a Kill vvho lakes a vocation whal is a vacation. She is cyclint; (ion her home town to New York and hack, and expects to Irnve) XI.CKIO miles before reluming. She's shown in t'luraRo. wh -fc policeman , linbcrl Sjmmon Elves her the go-ahead. Hot Springs Jaycccs Plan Recreation Park j HOT SPRINGS, Ark., Sept. Ifv- I (UP)- Hot Springs uil] have Jt V--- | give their final ixryumenl.s later today. PIN-WORMS NOW CAN BE BEATEN The miKTici of Pin-Worm.! hnvo been !:r.n>rp fur crnturiu. and rnitllonj of vj'c- iims linvo tout-In n \voy In d.'al will, tl.ij I'cst tb.it l!VM liuMe HID h.lrmm ],<„!,•. loilnr. thnnlii (o n i|>crln1. niciiitnlly Trcoi:ni^ixl ilri:i; n liiylily tlTw-Uve trcat- vnfiil hfia l,iH-n nindt! iio^^ihTi' Thi i dm,. i< the vil.i] incrc.lienl in P-W. iht ri n -wl.V"i lat/loU ttcx'olo|ic<l in (tie laLarulurK-d of Llr U. .laync & Son. The snii.ll, citis-.to-lnkr P-W lnM c l s n.-l in « »|.re,Bl «,«y i,, rs,,«n c I'ln-Worni, Su fts-sssr^hir^s^s^"^ I , tin- Junit'L Chnmb T oi C-innac-rcJ HIT IT;I! /:tS. NaLhiui Sclirirnickl, ])rc:,t(U-]il of t)u- ov.:;a;'j/ ition. :j;nd yc.stortlny th.: p!;ins cull loi* :i tN-jnp \::c, Liliil(-ti" atui pic'iiic fiit'ilitirs ley bj crjririlrucL- cd in Jay ret 1 Purl-;, Railroads Ask , 5 P-Vt means Pin-Worm relief] Concrete Cu!vert--ii!e Bl/ts 10" lo SIT- (lti:lnri>rci:<t or Nmi-Krlnforced) C'lienju'r .mil Longer l.asllni; tli:in any other Itrlllgc M:i(eri:il. Concrete iniits fur Sriiuinry 1'rivy—Cinnrcic Scinic T;iuks. A. H. Webb llwj. 61 N. sit Slate Line i'honi! lllyllicvllle 711 Health Survey Discussed at Rotary Luncheon John Ciintrcll, of thn Stale Buiird of lleiillh in Lill.lc Roek, spoke on Ihe veiiri'cal dlsca.sc sui'vey now un- (Icrwiiy in iV.i:,sis:,i])|)t County ill the weekly moctinti of tile Uotary Club jTMci-doy ]:r)tm at the Hotel Noble. Dr. J. H. Heaslcy, county health dftlcer, ;iLsu spoke on the survey mid introduced ^_^. Cantrcll. Guests at Ihe mecliiiB were Pabci White of Osceoln und O. C. Sparks of lilythuvillc. KKDNEYS'GEl.TiNG YOU UP NIGHTS? • Ifyou c-it i:p iiichU—have frequent de- fiirc to p.tia your v;alcr—but have only scanty passn^-s-- yes, atul have backache due lo C.TC-ISS acidity in the urine, be glnd you're reatlin;', iliia; Three K:-icroliotia sign Dr. Kilmer, * faincm dcrlor, fnuniJ hundreds of lii; pirlicnls wilh this trouble. E > ninstnki]iKly he made a medicine of 16 herbs, rods, vrj;ct nWc:', balsa tns—Nn;ure'a own \vnyto rcjiftf. i-c culled it "Swc.ni])-Root" and milliom of ijrnlcful uicu and women bave tivktui it—oftrn \vilh &mnzin^ result.i. Kv;amp.Root goes rif.ht to work tc /liislt uitt kidney s... increases the flow oi urine,hcI|Hi>!-,torcl-cvc excess acidity... , Ihe irritiiied bladder K ct ^ n ROW! flu^iiii I oiit, too. Many report getting a (jood I mr.hl's sle;p nllrr the first fvw ctuscs Cab!ion: take PS directed. Foi free trial supply, send tn Dent. R Kilmer £c Co., Jnr.. Uox 1255, Stanifc ' Cnitn. Or—get ftilt-siznl bottle of Swar I4ooL today at your drugstore. On Kte Pleas : i?V;- ,-^X- • : ,:-:• WAffllNpTQW. Scpl. 19. (UP) --• ,A rnuroa^spoKe'sriar! said today "Ifcc 10 pcSjctnt emergency freight 1'atc boosr\^ughi by t'Hd Carriers Vouldi proiiifcp "no more Ulan llic extreme ifimimum of necessary : current relief. 'V , i Jacob Aion^ch, c!iiof counsel for i :-tlie ro3rt5, : tolcl the Interstate Com- i nie!cc' Commission: - the temporary I increase acnlcl not even oifcet tor j tho rest of the year the recent j wage jboost granted non-operating workers. An arbitration board n- warded 1.030.COO no - operating em- ployes- a 15 14 cents nn hqitr wag; increase on Sept. 1. Aronson testified as the commission ISegan two days ol final argument on the carriers' plea for the ! interim increase. The carriers ' want : .the emergency increase pcr.iiins ac- itian 6n their long-range request for a !27 per cent boost. The toll 11-mah commission is hearing the proceedings. Aroijson said the [act lhat railroads [cannot make ends meet, at a t!ma when they are handling a record-breaking volume of peacetime traffic makes their need for relies- "obvious and irresistible." • "There must be a substantial in• crease: in freight rates to keep the -railroads going," he added. "If they cannot earn a return during a period 'or record-breaking volume, then tideeri the plight of the railroads would be hopeless and that, couUl 'only mean disaster . for the naticnj" Shippers opposing an increase will We Now Serve All Brands Frosted Beer For Foods That Smack of DISTINCTION! Delicious, i)eli»-hirul CHICKliN-IN-HASKET; Colden hnnvn, fix-It fried (JKIiLKOOT CUAI'I'IE, or any of Ihe (ifht'i- liistf t reals you will find ;it the D1XIK- KAN1) cannnt l>c (.'quailed anywhere between SI. Louis and .Alcmphis. lirinj; the family ti]» f« ( r an enjoyable meal anytime . . . you'll like our service—love our foods! RVICE Highway 61 North at Holland, Mo. nniversary Sale CELEBRATING 75 YEARS OF MONEY-SAVING PRICES &&li2.« i>.'x- : .^ifcSaSifei&lfeifc'-liMlSii WARDS HAVE MEN'S WHITE DRESS SHIRTS I 98 Save now! These arc llio fine i|u;ilily shirtsyon'vcsccnnl much mure. 1'IJa-17. SAVE ON WARDS HANDSOME TIES I 00 These smart woven figure?, pleasing foulards drape well, hulil a linn knot. VALUE! WOOL COAT SWEATERS FOR MEN 3 98 And whal a value! Worslccl wool knil in V-neck .slyle. Navy, liio'.vn, gray. 36-'16. PLAID JACKETS LOW PRICED AT— 998 \\ear 'cm Tor nil sgiurts. Red and black Ijullalo phud in slurdy wool. 36-46. BOYS' WOOL MACKINAW REDUCED FROM 7.98 GRAY SUEDE CLOTH SHIRTS FOR MEN 1.98 Heavy 32-oz. wuol, fully lined. Xippcr !)ny now for coli! days ahead. They're book pockcl. Blue, maroon |ilaid. 10-18. warm, neatly tlylcd in napped cn'.loii. MEN'S HEAVY DUTY WOHK GLOVES Slnroy cniion canvas with knit wrists. Strongly scivn, low priced. Buy several! BOYS' GOOD OUAIITY Qt) COTTON SWEAT SHIRT ' In a practical silver gray color. Small (tj-ii), innliuni (10-12), large (ll-K)J. 2 I'rs. 8-OZ. BLUE DENIM . BOYS' BAND O'ALLS J« Yoke back slyle with orange slilclim; trim. Copper rivets. Sizes B lo J(3 QUALITY COWHIDE COSSACK JACKETS I7 98 Men, v. rar them on the job, hunting, Cor all Hjn's of sports, lirown only. 3 1-16. SAVE! REG. 3.49 WOOL PLAID COSSACK 2 97 Hugged 3'2-i>/. wool with r: sliile fas- icncd front. KUie, niiiroon. Hoys' '1-10. ALL WOOL SLACKS PRICED WARD-LOW Guild, sturdy quality all wmil llannclo or covcrls. Hlue or biuwu. Hoys' 10-ltJ. 3 57 RUGGED SPECKLED CORDUROY LONGIES Tin. k>cl heavj« eight corduroy. Cufl'ed, pleated. M«!. bine, dark brown. 6-10. REG. 5.98 All WOOL BOYS' NOVELTY JACKET . . . 5 37 lu-or-oulcr style to double as a jacket or shirt, iiluc, brown plaids. 10-18. 1.39 PIA1D COTTON FLANNEL SHIRT ... |24 Popular in-or-outcr stylo wilh eonvrrl- iblr. collar. Abbortcd jilaids. 6 lo iU. 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