?AC« SEC ^Doctors Discuss PublkHealthJob '•.•'• * . Shortage of Medical Men is Streisedl at v Southeast Conference 'ATLANTA, a»., oct, ». tup) — ' "Dectera of'the Southeast met hrre T«t*rd»y In their first regional con- •.. l«r*noe to itudy metns of extend- In* public health sen-Ice and tlius wrt off th« possibility of socl«llz- •d medicine. Dr. Mere P&schal Kenyon, presf- ' .. i «ent of the Medical Association of Oeorria, opened the meeting and •et th« keynote. . . "Today there are just a few dis- ., •««• which have not been conquered bjr the medica^ profession," he aald. "Yet organized medicine has mort tocial and economic problems than at any time in history. . "Th* ihortage of nurses, the dirie e< ftMril practitioners, the un- fc»l»n««<i distribution ot doctors »nd th« problems of medical cave in th« rural arras adds up to the threat ef fovernmciilal medicine." Kenyan ulrt It wat the purpose tl th« aeMion to itudy the overall BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS American Formers Gain Increasing Comforts PER CENT 70 60 •—• Ridio — — — Automobile ' a AII-W.atfi»f Road *——x Electricity •™«— Telephon* - - - Running Water - Oev. M. E. Thompson told the . *>et«r§ that Georgia it ready to do I it* p«rt in extending public health I ttrttat. He uncd the medical pro- I feulon to train thousands ol now doctors, dentists and technicians for work In this state und-elsewliere. ! .-„• Thorhpaon gave no dollnr cs'.l-j »»U of what the state was willing ] t« put Into mfdlcal service.? (or its I p*opl* but he Indicated Him it weuld b« extensive* Thomps6n s>id Georgia spent $2.150,000 more last year to •'protect 'the health of Its citizens" than ever . . before. Thl» year, he said, the stale ' will spend three times as much as in 1M«. ShorUfM Pointed Oul But the governor emphasized thai a sever* shortage of doctors and dentUU ixhti and urged the medical profession to assume the rc- ;.«ponjlhillty ot providing an ade- aqu»t« number b(-physiclani to r«- plu« thnae who retire each year. "Th* cooperation of all must to 'had to' protect the health of all," .„ ,Thomp»en aald. "The state must. ''atand ready to finance an aclcqiiEua proaram of public, health and in ; Georfla tht state is ready. -— '^Th« ee»imunitles must assist in promoting erection of new faclUlie-s •_»nd * rural areas by assuring phv- -jsiciani of a decent living. The col- lesjes must cooperate in providing .the state and nation with enough —practitioner* to carry Ihe burden ol ^attendinjt the needs of our people. 1 ' -• Dr. Harrison" H. Shoulders, of Nashville, Tenn., past president of '' the American Medical Association - - told doctors that the "courage, Industry and perseverance" of the medical profession - made possible tlie application of insurance principles to the financing of medical •| attention. Dr. f. S. Crockett, of LnPnyettc. Ind., chairman ot the committee on rural medical service of the ,. AMA. said it is possible for auv community in the country to have good medical service tts long as 1920 Eskimos break their children «f cr.ving by pluiiplns the wailing Infants Into icy water. A rocket will travel faaler threu.h a vacuum than It will through the atmosphere. 1930 1940 1945 With farm prices at record levels, the American farmer Is uslns his increased Income to gel some of the modem conveniences hi! city brother has long enjoyed. Chorl, above, based on a Bureau of Agricultural Economic* eeniUs, shows the sharp rise In the percentage of rural homes with various modern improvements. 'Haunted' Valley Yields Many Plants Unknown to Science By JOSEPH U MVI.F.R (United I'resi Staff Camwpondent} WASHINGTON, Oct. ft. (UP) — A 41-year-old botanist hat graved the werewolves and ghosts f.f a haunted Caribbean valley — which only tu'o other white men ever saw — nrid has brought back a host of plants new to science. Some of these plants, Conrad V. Morton said yesterday, may prove of Interest to medicine. "The natives use them for medical purposes, and they ale aalrt to be very efficacious," Morton reported. Morton, a member of the Srnltii- sonlan Institute staff, jpent three months in what the Negro i.atlvrs of St. Vincent In the Lesser Antilles call the "Place of the Werewolves." St. Vincent Is a tiny British l.ih West of Barbados and North of Trinidad. The "Place of the Werewolves." considered taboo by most of the natives, la a high valley surrounded by a 3,000-foot water- fa* It Is, the Smithsonian nald, "ex- eremely difficult or access." Ignoring native legend* of Ihe horrible fnte awaiting hiinian beings who violate the haunted valley's nge-ohl solitude, Morton there Is popular demand for it and appreciation of Its benefits. Crockett .said that communities with good medical service usually j appear prosperous with productive ! farms mul thrifty people. \ Dr. Edgar Grccnr, president-elect i of the Medical Association of Georgia, said that a nmjor task In furtherance of public health is education. scrambled over the guardian ridge He found himself in what the Smithsonian described as "a dense tropical rain forest of tall, vine- tangled hard'voods In whose branches perched the brilliant blue and yellow St. Vincent parrots which live only on this Island." What Morton s«w was "a scene not essentially different from what would have been found before man entered this part of the world." The Smithsonian said only two other white men had been In the valley, and added tliat il.i existence bccnme generally known only because a Rovcrnmcnt on^lncer once visited It on a surveying mission. Morton made (hr arduous climb Into the valley without mishap "except for falling oncn and break- Ing my glasses" — and explored it thoroughly. ' He brought back more than 5,000 specimens, of the. valley's rank vegetation. Including man mosses. ferns anri flowering plants. II will take a year or more to sort and classify them. Their collector believes many are "undoubtedly new." But Morton brought back no or- cWd«, new or old to botany, because their exportation IB forbidden. Nor was he permitted to acquire a St. Vincent .parrot. "I was told," he said, "that only the King-of England could lake a parrot out." Morton also came back without any werewolves. The only animal native to the Island, he said, is the Agouti — a wholly unfearsome rodent nbovlt the size of a rabbit Gov. Lancy Appoints Hew Jlth District Chancellor LITTLE ROCK, Ark., Ort. 8. (UPl —Gov. Hen Laney yesterday announced the appointment of Eugene I Moore of Harrison as chancellor for J the nth District to fill the imcx- pircd term caused by the receiu death of Judge J. M. Shiiin. Moore is a Harrison attorney and Navy veteran or World War II. He Is a native of Newton County, is married and the father ol two children, and is head of the Boone County Young Dcrnocrallc Club, lie enlisted in the Navy during the w=r and was discharged as a captain. He served In the Navy's legal division on Okinawa and In Japan. Moore will serve for IS months and is not eligible for reelection. Slxtr-cn is the most dangerous age where bicycle users are concerned. LOTSOFFUNFORALL BRACES AT the RACES OLD CAR DERBY At the Mississippi Co. Fairgrounds Sunday, Oct.12,2:30 p.m. AND EACH SUNDAY THROUGHOUT THE SUMMER THRILLS! SPILLS! FUN GALORE! * Full Racing Program! • Stock Model Racers! See the Jalopies in Action! 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