The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 27, 1947 · Page 12
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TWELVE BLYTJIKVILLE (AUK.)' COUUIEU NEWS MONDAY, JANUARY 27, 19'IV Disease Invades Mental Hospitals •- fight Institutions Win East Report 60 Deaths; Hundreds III £ BOSTON, Jan. 27. (UP)—Hun- 4r?ds of patients In New Eughuid .a&ntal hospitals still were und?r treatment today for an Intestinal disease ^hich already hnd claimed et. least 60 lives In eight institutions due to lack of personnel, i Massachusetts officials disclosed that some 200 patients still were .bedridden with the disease which tools the lives ot 40 elderly persons jn seven state institutions. A simi- Jar ailment already lias caused 20 Jitalities at Rhode Island State Hospital while affecting some 500 persons In the last month. State Mental Health Commissioner Clifton T. Perkins of Massachusetts Eald the illness also struck • number of employes at the mental hospitals. He was unable to say whether the ailment was similar to that which killed eight ba'jiei nt the Cambridge City Hospital recently At its height!!, Hie disease felled some 1,600 patients in the state's 17 mental hospitals. Although 12 deaths were revealed at the Doston State Hospital, Identification ol the metropolitan institutions affected was not disclosed. Perkins joined with Rhode Island officials in attributing the deaths to lack of trained employes due to small salaries paid by the states. ^France's New President Considers Domestic Issue WAA Asks Bids On War Plants In Arkansas 25, TOO FAT? M SUMMER this vitamin candy way uto. No fxorrisiiiK. NCI lax No(Uui!s. with Uic eitnpk vil.-jinm Candy Reducing U'ncaCt roni ral rlwlari,fmir«lhii t»»t 14 la Jl ttm LITTLE HOCK, Ark., Jan. (UPI—Sealed bids for the sal lease of two of the government's most valuable properties In Arkansas will be opened this week in the Little Ro;k Office of Heal Property Disposal, War Assets Ad- , M day mi ministration. wismwi They are to Hoot Refinery at Kl ''hone 476 Dorado and the Jones Mill uu- ' finished steam power generating; pliinl ai Lake Catherine. Total cost to the government ot the Wo properties was approximately $(i,3UU,OUU. Bids on the Root Hclincry will be opined at 11 a.m. Thursday, Jan. M, and bids on the power plant at 11 a.m. the following clay. Mentioned prominently as prospective purchasers expected lo bid on tlic unfinished generating plant is the Arkansas Power and Light Co. . - Isci l,ixuiivcs, AVOS g 1'lan you oon'l cm out any mrnls, M a rcHes.jxjla iocs, riwa tsor l>u t UT, you sinmly cut them down, It's t-asicr wliL-ri you enjoy delicious (vitamin {oriifkd) AYDS nviuly tafoic meals Al*»luUJyJkirifiU's*. of A YDS only 12 ?j. Kijhy Drup Store FARM DITCHES DITCH BANK LEVELING PFjlpTE ROADS • c.,.yV-- r iQSVANY' -V. • Burden o( being the fli-st president of Franco's Fourth Republic slips easily from the shoulders ot .Viiicer/. Auriol, as ho reloxcs nt home willi his grandsons, They arc 0-yenr-old Jean Paul, lelt, and *wUa8*|sBWM«"'- Jean Claude, li, sons ol PauJ_ Auriol, Jhe president's son. Steel Oil Barrel Racks Any Size T. L MABRY 423 MISSOURI ST. PH. 36.J7 GIs in College Studying Hard, Get Goocf Groe/es, Survey Shows There are about 100 OIITercnt species of trees in Arizona. House Member Wants to Copy British Idea •> W\SHINGTON, 'Jan. 27. (UP) — Hep. JEstes Kefauver, D., Tenn., •.fid todaj lie thought his proposal to-invite cabinet members to9 appear before the House has a cood dhance of oeing adopted at last—• UianlCa to Republicans. -For several years he has sponsored resolutions to make it possible ,for government officials to discuss their problems with the lull membership of the House. They have died in the Rules Committee. But Kelauver is more hopeful now. "I think the Republican leadership is favorably disposed toward roy idea, lie said. "I'm going to keep after them lo see what they Will- do about it." , Chairman L«6 Allen, R., 111., of th'e (Rules Committee said • he had Sot 1 'studied Kefnuvcfs resolution and '•ould not express an opinion on it "fhe Tcnnessean's proposal is somewhat similar to the (British plaii of having cabinet officers appear : fcefbre parliament to answer questions In Britain, however, the cabinet members actually are members of Parliament. Kefauver proposes to reserve nt least one day each two weeks toi a. "report and question period." A cabinet member or some other high official would be invited to discuss Tilth the House the problems of his department. Members would he •ijen an opportunity to question TIV PAUf, !•'. KLL1S United Press Science Writer riEW YORK, Jan. 21.—IUP» — This Is a progress report on how the 1,500,000 former GI Joe's are doing In college alter one full semester. They nre doing fine. A Untied press nationwide survey of some 200 colleges and universities showed today that at least 00 per cent of the former servicemen are making better than pass- isig grades, nml have comiucred the tricky problem of adjustment from Army to campus. Most of these young men In the 90 per cent group wilt go on through tliclr four-.vear-course, iind some may finish ahead of time, their professors report, Tlie survey further shows that a small percentage of the former GI Joes are dropping out of school, but that new students, fresh from the Army, uro taking their places. The college. 1 ; and universities now lave about 2,000.000 students—In- luding the non-vets —• and the ieak is not expected !o taper off mill IB'18, probably 1949. and In iome institutions not before 1950. Married Yds study Hard The survey showed that married •eterans, even those with children, are making the best grades of all. This particular group is found on he honor rolls nt virtually all schools. The Of Joes are taking the tough courses, such as chemistry other sciences, including medicine and engineering. They shy away from the cultural subjects. They t technical education and a good-paying job when they grad- vmte _ •!'» Ull'i! Bead Courier News Want Ads. HEADACHE ' Girl Convicted ELOUNTVILLG. Tcnn.. Jan. aT. —<U1'>—A 14-year old girl, Viola Wix. today faces a priscn sentence of one to three years for the shot- un slaying last October of Mack Houser, 7. She was convicted yesterday ol involuntary munslauijh- tcr. CALL • f " FOR BABY BEAR . AUTOMATIC ELECTRIC WATER HEATERS 3'/2 Gal. 5 Gal. 7Gal. ALVIN HARDY FURNITURE CHAMBLIN SALES CO. STUDEBAKER Sales — Service We Ituy and Sell GOOD USED CAltS Bill Chamblln — Lex Cliamlilln Railroad & Ash Sts. Phone 2195 Phone 2882 for a Taxi O. K. CAB Jack Marsh, Owner Why Gamble with Old Man Winter JUST CALL 9J9 and have your Coal delivered. Guaranteed, to Satisfy We also buy poultry at nil times. Lewis Poultry 419 E. Main everything in "IHSURANCE" UNITED INSURANCE AGENCY Ov«r Guard Jtwtlry Store A. F. DIETRICH, Mgr. 113 East Main Phone 2302 TRY MANHATTAN FINER COFFEE AMERICAN LADY CANNED FOODS Found at PICKARD'S Phone 2043 1044 Chickasawba Where Your Flowers Are—You Arc! One call to us will arrange to have your rcmembi-iinces sent, not just once, but month after month. Ask about this plan. FLOWER SHOP f.'I.V. Service We Deliver Anywhere I'll. 451 Mrs. J. M. (Mac) Williams, owner Glcncoe Bldg. Come To: U-DO-IT LAUNDRY r With Those Dirty Clothes Open S a. m. Close 5:SO p. m. Tuesday and Thursday Nights Open Till 9 o'Clock 323 North 2nd St. FOR SALE Concrete Culvert Tile Sizes 12 in. to 36 in. A. H. Webb Hwy. 61 lit State Line Phone Blytheville 714 Be Sure! INSURE With The FIRST NATIONAL INSURANCE AGENCY 108 North Second DIAL 2311 For Complete Protection CHAS. BITTNBR CALL 2611... STOP AT 2611 Don't Hesitate to Ask for Free Service Listen—We can wash your car in 30 minutes. We use Genuine Alcmile Grease lo lubricate your car. Yes, we have the tires—Dayton — Hood — Goodyear. We also have New JSatteries. -~ Standard ESSO Gas & Oils, Also Quaker State MARK'S Phone 2G11 AUTO SERVICE Second and Ash Sts. EELIX A. CARNEY City Radio Repair ,. Radios and Appliances 320 E. Main St. Phone 2407 CONCRETE BUILDING BLOCKS Also CULVERTS Wo arc Dealers for VI Indies up to 18 Inches THE FAMOUS WATERPROOFING Osceola Tile & Culvert Co. Phone 691 OSCEOLA, ARK. '*) Yes, We Have New Cars You Can Get Yours Today! WILL THAI)H FOR LATK MODELS We have on display for immediate delivery — lii.uid new 1 — 1'onfmc Streamliner I — Chevrolet Flcclline Tudor 1— -Chevrolet Flcetmaslcr Tudor I — Chevrolet Slylemastcr Tudor 1 — Chevrolet Stylctnaslcr 4 Door 1 — Mercury 4 Door Come in or call, we ivill Vry to trade with you. BOO &OT0 SALES Phone 2037 Cor. Franklin and Main St. Levels and Lines Surveying DRAG LINE FARM'DITCHES Wm. R, Overton — county surveyor Serving This Area 40 Years Phone Evenings — Boat House, Big Lake or Write % JBox S'l, Roscland, Ark. WASH TUBES MEMO: International Trucks get cipcrt attention at Delia Implement Co., Inc. Trained mechanics and genuine International Parts available! •:•!»•» We've always tried lo give our customers the best in everything. Our repair department consists of only the best mechanics . , . handling the genuine International parts who take pride in their work as a job *«U done! You'll save by gelling the best work done »t the right place—Delta Implements, Inc. DELTA IMPLEMENTS INCORPORATED BRSNG US YOUR POULTRY! \\ T c Yny IlJ^hcsl Friccs for nil Hens, Koostcrs, Ducks anil Gccst Save Thai Middleman's 1'rnfit. Our 1'rircs Govcrncil by Market Value W. T DAVIS Highway 01 North Phono ;i7G2 Ho Waiting! No Delay! In Arkansas - Missouri Tennessee - Mississippi 4% LOANS On Good Business and Residential Property in Towns of Over 2500 MONEY PAID ON DAY OF APPLICATION IF TITLE IS SATISFACTORY Call or Write , FLORIDA REAL ESTATE LOAN COMPANY ANDREW J. FLORIDA, Vice-President PHONE 210 v Mississippi County Bank Building Osceola, Arkansas That's How II Is, J. VOU SUSPECT IT WAS McSWU.Btir THERE'S NO PSOOF OF A COMSPlR- P^Cf BETWEEN Wt\ AND ISH. HIS OFFER AND LMER OIS^P£^E>.NCE, m ITSELF, VIOIMED , v NO LWV... / 0 f FO«.!L'HIT 1. AND LE BUT VilTH Hl\\ \ BY LESLIE TURNES ai'T vou.v>,y— IN i T .'i-TORU™= ' . CWIl COURTS'. RED RYDER Had Penny Kulurns BY FRED BARMAN co.-.-irt .* ALLEY OOP I DON T KNOW HOW WE'LL GO ABOUT GETTING LINE ON NAPOLEON'S fcO.OOO.OOO FRANCS, HI IT WK-I I MAMA^CI HERE, GOP...STICK ONE OK THESE SACKS OF GORY GULCH GOLD IN VOUK POCKET... IT MIGHT COME IN HANDY! BUT WE'LL MANAGE! '['here Thev Go BY V. T. HAMLIN WELL, DOC, I GUESS WEf'Rl£ ALL RCADV TO >

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