The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 23, 1947 · Page 3
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TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1947 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE THREE Storm Leaves Health Problem Contaminated Water Forces Residents Out Of Louisiana Town NEW ORLEANS, Sept. 23. (UP) — Relict from flood waters was believed fissured in Metnirie today but the Mew Orleans suburb line) other serious problems In contnini- nnled water, stencil from piitrifyim; animal flesh, ami ii choked sewer• age system. I Even families who had stubborn : ly refused to leave their home: despite risinj; water liad to quit Mctniric and accept Red Cross aid as the stench grew unbearable yesterday. Lake Pontchartrain, seat of Me- talrie's original trouble fell approx imately six inches and water began to recede in the suburb. Engineers sliced through a .sec lion of the Hammond. La., high way to allow flood waters to dlalr bach into the lake, but the oper;- tloii depended , for succe.ss on tjic fall of Pontchartrain waters, they said. Health centers had been opened in a hardware store and at Me- Inirie High School. Victims of last Friday's hurricane and the flood which followed were given lyplioid shots. Schools remained closed. Dr. Lewis C. Spencer. JeSforson Palish health officer, said the water bubbling back through choked sewers had made all water in Me- To Attend Cotton Picking Contest Zab Driver Drowns KLIXADERILTONl Twin.. 23. UP)—The body of l lyder, Jolmson City t«xic(tb Urlv- er, was recovered from the Wo- iga ilivcr cnrly toOay, shortly or his rub liiul plunged Inlo the sti-cnim. Sheriff Tom Nfivp, who InvcsU- ;iucd. r.nlcl Ryder upimieiilly fulled o uetjotliili' n curve successfully. iul "if evident thut un offense ifl tjettiK commuted, prosecution inny follow," HUNGER (Continued from. Page I) as they do demand top quality, limners will feed wheat to livestock in an effort to supply U. Ki'en Secretary of State George C. Marshall who wants to ship us much foot! to Europe as possible to bolster his program of keeping Com- immfo'iu within its present boundaries, was said lo be losing some of his enthusiasm for u special scs- sc.sston. In this connection, a high Republican comjre-ssional leader Mild lie doubted there would be a spccift! session. M there is, he Miid. it probably will not come until December This is only a few weeks before tlu 1 regular .January session, In any case. Mr. Trumnn apparently is in no mood to be hurried. He was described as wanting to "sit tight" n few days and hear everyone who has anything to say. When fill of the evidence Is In, he will irmko up his mind. Secretary of Agriculture Clinton P. Anderson said lie doesn't exixsct, ;i presidential decision before Thurs- Pridny. In that case, the Miss ram Camp—"Miss Arkansas of 1917" A guest of honor at the Eighth National Cotton Picking Contest here Oct. 2. will be Mips Pain Camp of Little Hock, shoivn above wearing a playsuit made from colton grown-in the state she represented at Atlantic City this Summer as "Miss Arkansas." In the j:tyle show held during the atternoon of the contest day. Miss Cainp will model a complete cotton wardrobe made lor her by the National Cotton Council in Memphis. The wardrobe will consist ol afloral. a tennis dress, a play.suit and complete street outfit including hat. gloves, bag and dress. With three-year-old Lana Kay Tcwcls, chosen "Miss Junior HlylJie- villc of 1047" in the Jaycee Beauty Pageant this Summer. Miss Camp will also molel a mother-daughter playsiiiL combination. Livestock ST. LOUIS NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, Sept. 23. (UP) —(USDA> — Livestock: Hoys 11,000; salable 9.5GU; Slaughter barrows and gilts opened 25c lower, but recovered to fully steady basis. 180 to 200 Ibs. mostly 28.50; few opening sales 28.25. Moderate springling late, 28.75. 150 to 170 Ibs. 27.25-28.00; 130 to 150 Ibs. 24.7520.75; occasionally to 527.00 on strong ISO Ibs.; 100 to 120 Ibs. 21.7523.75: top, sows 27.00; bulk, -150-11). down. 25.00-26.75; heavier kinds 22.25-24.50. Cattle 8.500: salable 7,500: calves 2.500 all salable; liberal receipts include a moderate proportion of steers. Around 40 loads of natives early with 4 cars of Kansas grass steers held over from Monday. Cows comprised approximately 3j per cent of receipts with a large proportion of supply consisting of grass fed light butcher yearlings and heavy cows. Opening trade fully steady to strong on a few gooci and several loads of choice steers from 27.00-31.15. Little action on lower grades and butcher yearlings. Hci- icrs slow. Beef cows encountering slow inquiry. British Invoke Severe Peacetime Postal Rules BRITISH INVOKE—12 LONDON, Sept. 23. UPt - Til treasury announced today that be ginning Oct. 1 mails into and on of Great-Britain will be liable t opening and search for illici money or valuables sent by pus to contravene the rigurcus cur rcncy regulations. A treasury spokesman said fh practice of opening mail, abandon ed since wartime, would be restoi crt to--"detect sterling stamps note.s.dia and cthe monds. postage valuable. 1 ;." Any suspect, goods found will confiscated, the spokesman :;;nd. SUSPICION (Continued from 1'aijo 1) within and outside the organization 11 the Inleresls of world peace. He nude the following mUlltlonu wlnls: — Veto— "These romiicii ului differences tumour (he ureut powersi lo not. result from the veto issue. Hie veto Issue is more of n symptom hun 11 cause-." The U. S. mid liri- Inln huve alleged that Hussion 'nbiise" of the veto is I he root cnxisc of much of the world's troubles. Marshall plan— The world's economic problems enmiot bo dealt with l>ieceiuenl because "the world is an economic unit" rind Its economic requirements cuii only be fulfilled by "full hitcrniitional cooperation.' 1 UN membership — Ihc principle ol universality must be applied unc the. vetoed applicants should l)e brought into the UN at once. Lie said he did not think big power difference and suspicious constituted n threat, to the "existence" of the UN. bill he did say that continuation of the diplomatic war will prevent the UN from dolnn the Job alloted it— promotion of peaceful relations. economic cooperation social jusllme. Fears C'rlsls for All Nations Lie's sort of "plague o'lxHh y houses" was a sharp contrast to tin 1 "warinoncerhig" and "liur" clwiKe.s hurled back; and forth among the- great powers lor u week. Lie's decision to spenk was considered emergency action in the midst of an admitted UN crisis, although lie had been loylng with the Idea of s|icaklng to the assembly ever since it opened a week HKO. The former wartime Norwegian minister who wa.s selected orgiim/'ition already hud disclosed his serious concern about the present state of ullnlrs. Las' Saturday he said the UN had I great |>owers—"whose policies cm been submitted to a. "norious test" >»ftkc or break the UN"—are ntpcn- aiu! that dllfcronccK between tlielslblc. ,- ; •.(,-/.•.->.. and Uiv G] •> , , ~ ~ • • - ' loruiuii imiiiMi'r wild wti.s jic'ircuti >.™<lcul may cdl In Thursday news J , ls a C0mpr0 mls. cii]icll<lntc bulwecn onfcrencc to outline his plans. HB i ^^ nml West lu , Ilrly lvvo ycars „,.„ oes not plun a natlon-iiide radio ddress. Truman Gels Reports The apprisal of the foreign and [omestic food situation handed Mr. Truman yesterday was not an optl- ni.s5.ie. one. Bui neither did It (jive my cause to believe that this coun- ry will not exporl. a tremendous amount of food this winter. "There isn't any reason whv we. won't be able to do one hell "of a jcb of foreijin feeding." one official said bluntly. He said tiiat without some special drive to save food at home, it would be impossible to export more than •lOO.OCO.ooo bushels of wheat anct perhnp-, 50.0M,COO bushels of other grains without upsetting domestic prices. Under a voluntary rationing program, backed by a full-scale government publicity program and Ihc cooperation of restaurants and hotels this figure'might be boosted as hlfjl as $f"0.000.000 bushels without unduly disturbing prices. •'bill if you want to come anywhere near last year's mark," till; official said, "you're soing to hav< to go to Congress mid ask for the same wartime powers that wen. used in collecting food "grains during the 1945-40 food crisis." At that time, acting under its wa: food authority, the Agriculture de- ipai-imenl restricted, tile use of grah n London to head the new world ^. beer and alcohol, ordered ilgher Hour extraction rate residi ng in grey bread and cut the of bread ioaves and rolls. IT'S THE TOPS Too tote to Classify for Sal* ancr 2 p.m. oil heater. 575. furniture. Can pclccs 12' Iron rooISni;. 312', I'honc SbJ'J. 1203 Holly. y23-pk-LW Wiirm Morning )H-iitcr. I SUITS!! fctovc vlth hot, v. p nlcr tFink combined. !) 23-ck-U Chrup. Di-. C. E. \S f llr,on, QUESTION: What about missing buttons? Save ol Only Diamond Solitaire Kmllam .-.nmoini t^ilUairo cnuanc- ' mrnt rim: I/. ~K Bold mouiulnx. ..."^ li 1 -"*' "* ' Hew, Fine Watches orous Mylrs Tor the l.idles. Hnndsoir.; ninsru- Unc istvlrs lot thr* incii DHEIFUS 3 MLuhtly used electric heaters. TCcn- maWc". 218 E. Dnvls Si. 9 23-PX-27 INSULATION ;oiisiilt \:s on tlie hrst K.IIU to n:.e ;»nrt the cheapest way to npplv it. K. C. KOBI.NbON LUMIiEU CU. 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