The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 27, 1947 · Page 8
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 8

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, February 27, 1947
Page 8
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tA'»- '• iV'.-. 'PAGE"FOURTEEN I Mental Crack-Up To Be Avoided • New Treqfmcnts Duo '. To Keep Figure Under . Level of World War I : WASHINGTON (UP) -- Mental , crack-ups./imong .World Wat- II .' veterans wiH average some -60 l>cr' 'cent less than those which followed ; the first World War, the Veterans . Administration believes. Dr. Daniel Blnin, cliief of VA's • neuropsychlatry division, told the ; United Press that new methods of treatment' "were' responsible. • "We are preparing for a peak • load, of 132,000 nervous hospital ; cases in 1965." Jie said. "However, . we hope lo lop off 25 per cent o! • that,number before the time comes. • I am confident it can be accom- ; plished. To dnt e we have none , twice as well us after the first • World War." ' In the years following 1913, many "•men who could have been cured , today were helplessly labeled ".shell. • shocked," according to Dr. main ; Nobody knew what to do with .them. Some are still in hospitals, .. 30 years later. Clinics Given Credit ; Dr. Blain gives chief credit for , today's mov e effective treatment to , "our .newest and most importuni • development, out-patient clinics." • 'He said s.OCO neuroses-troubled ., veterans now consult these clini-s .and continue on th c job at the •same time. Formerly, many would . flflve continued working wondering '.what was wrong, until they crack- 'h l ' p ,, suddc »'y «"d had to be » hospitalized. ' "The Washington, D. C., out. patient clinic recently stated iliat. ..25 per cent of its patients would be | hospitalized if part-time treatment [ were not available. These clinics also enable hospi- , tals to discharge neuropsjvhiatric patients sooner than if there were ;no eroup outside to take care of uicm, 1 ,,i * riva '«Vl Ils " (lUlons Aid -n,™ i m " l ™ ill e 29 such clinics ^ throughout the country and has £ ..private institutions under contract • to care for veterans. ;; Th6^5.coo veterans hospitalized •To.fJi^ , niost mo <tern treatment. 'the' scfi' " !'"" '"Jeclions to Veterans as a group are 'lew ! likely to break down th£,i Chilians however, Dr. Blain stated ' ; The army's screening O f hyper^neurotics and those suffering with •?x£ ,^°,' Ul ? ecntrai nervous sys- v in v" gcly res P<"«iWc for this glower .average, he slated. ^Marriage Licenses, .- -MarnaRe licenses is.<iucd in the 'local office or the ctnmlv court .clerk were to the following couples: I. Charlie . odum and iirs • Dora .Phillips of Manila. / W. c. Brents of Burrijlfe and ; Mrs. Mamie Jane Faught of 13i v - .theville. ; Otis E. Wndkins of niythevillo ,and .Mrs. Lorene Boiie" of Eist Prairie, jyio. \ Sterling' Scott of Woodland, Miss. .and Miss Ethel Shelton of Dell i Jchn .Henry . prase r nnd Mrs Hattie Fnye Davis, both of Blytlie- \'llie. • " • - ; .Elmer Bullington and Mrs La- ivern C. Smilli, both of St. Louis • plenrfle Hunt and Miss Zelma OTdman, both or Galatea, in. ; John i. Donues nnd Airs'Nettie :Maxlne:Donnes, both of Manila . Herman' I,; Richardson and Miss •Maslne Beavers,- both of Blythe- '. Herman; Prichard of Blytheville and M rs . sudie Prichard of Poplar ). COURIER NEWS, r , Claims Georgia 1+ . "H makes no difference who's goycrnor of Gcoijji;i, H's slil] Indian territory as f:ir ;is the Cl)';rol<oes :ire concerned," snys Carl Malhews, above, Cherokee Indian movie extra in Hollywood. Spcnkina for fellow tribesmen, he says Imtinns were driven out n. r Georgia and by an !H;iS treaty, (lie U. S. agreed to pay tin-in SGli.OIJO.UOO. Until this sum is (initl, ilie -!U,000 Cherokees in the U. S. refuse lo recognize Georgia as n legal stiile. Bluff. Mo. Billy Mehnrir mid Miss Marie Pi'Rsiioll, both <it UJytliGVillc. J. T. Huberts of I,cnclH'll]c nnd Miss Dorothy Iniosenc Zuniwnlt of Lonchvllle. W. T. Norton of Blyllievlllc and Miss Mnrjoric Lnnsciell of Sh"t- fleUl, Ala. Paul Scott nnd Miss Evelyn Mosely, bolli of Holland, Mo. Lclnnd jnincs Thompson nnd Miss Willie Knthryn, bolh of New MBLIN SALES CO. STUDEBAKER Sales — Service We Buy uml Soil GOOD USED CAKS Bill Cliimiullii — I,€x Chamlilin Railroad & Ash Sts. Phone 2HI5 idio Clinic 4 30 W. Ash St. Phone S5f> ()r 2291 WE PICK UP and DELIVER Mom gives us pS©nfy of For SANDWICHES . . Per SNACKS / PEANUT BUTTER has that Ffavor / Smooth nutriliou$ CURTiSS PEANUT BUTTER is easy, spreading; luscious-tasting! Enjoy ihe fine flavor of fresh roasled peanuls in CURTiSS PEANUT BUTTER often! Ask for il loday at grocers. You'll lovo il Albany, Miss. James Mays and Miss Klliei Mason, both of caruthersviMc, MU. linymonil Hose of Luxoja and Miss Honnle Lee of Jllytlievlllc. William Curtis Dcitch of St. louls and Miss Na'ncy Holland of nlythcville, James W. Yociiin and Miss "Ruby Allen, botji of I J armn, Mo, Enrl u. Copclnnd of Steelc, Mo., and Mrs. Mniie Gen!/ .of Blytlie- ville. Hen D. Ifamner of BIyllievllle ana Mrs. Clnni t'. perry. HW Wren and Miss Novella Kltclinin. both of Manila. Edwln.m K. . Thomas of dsceoln and Mrs. Verslc Ix>c Poscy, both of Osccoln. Now Many Wear FALSE TEETH ' With LitHo Worry I Eat, talk, laugh or sneeze without fear or insecure false teeth dropping slipping or wabbling. FA TKETH holds plates firmer and more cdtnfoi tably. This pleasant powder has no gummy, gooey, pasty taste or feeling. Doesn't cause nausea. It's alkaline (non-acid). Checks plato odor" (denture breath). Get I PASTEETH at any drug store Cupid Patches Romance And Parents G/ve Consent A man's not a man until lie's 21 wen If he >a.s been mnrrled ' ' In the eyes of the law. which ,.,« !hnt mom nnd d.»d still have "the opportunity of giving or ,,£,. * permission to their soa, ,,;,",i 3 ' ° If you're skeptical, ask J 0 |,., j Dormcs of Manila, ID,-who found thai when ciipld did a little repair work on his and |,i s rornicr wife's romance, he i m l to ask hl s parents Mr. and Mrs. Albert j. Donnes if it, would be all right to marry Mrs. and How everything's fl,,c / Uonnes a second time. Mr. and : ' '" Mrs. IJonnes_gai'e their permission ' Read Courier News Want Ads. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 19-17 everything in "INSURANCE UNITED jIlSJriANd AGENCY WHERE DO YOU GO .... * FOR HOUSEHOLD NEEDS * FOR AUTO ACCESSORIES * FOR GIFT ARTICLES you'll find that a quick trip to Blan Heath Auto & Home Sunnlv ' londs & loiuls of Bood mcrci mn SPECIALS THIS WEEK as advertised our wholesale price! Electric SPACE HEATERS TABLE LAMPS FLOOR LAMPS cost. ..$5.33 up ..$2.60 up ..$17.50 up LUGGAGE 5,5.95 up MAKE-UP KITS J3.65 up SERVING TRAYS 51.50 up Any and all toys will be sold at absolute costl Tricycles, wagons scooters, dolls, table & chair sets and many other toys lor youn« arid old! " BLAN HEATH AUTO & HOME SUPPLY 421 W. Main St. Phone 828 VETERANS Begin your flight training now, under the Gl Bill of Rights. All veterans with an honorable discharge are eligible to receive sufficient training to get a CAA Private Pilot's Certificate. Get yours NOW ... for further information dial 2717. Hood flying Service Government Approved Flying School Han K ar No. 2 Municipal Ainmrl Owned & Operated l, v C. 1C. (Gene) Hood Twin Fog Lights WITH POWERFUL SEALED BEAM! Set of Two ' Dual prolcclicm for your safety! Two scaled beam Tog liyhls llial won't gel dull! Ainlier Ions gives a log, rain ami snow-cutliug light for safe driving in bad ^vcallicr! Gleaming chronic finish lor lasting smart appearance! Adjustable, malleable iron lir.ickcl mafcc them easy to install on all cars! At all limes I Iseop mi hand severol li'iicfors ;iud equipment, including new and u.sed. I have John Deere, Karmall and other makes. Also have for sale at ail limes 70 lo SO head of mules. Terms can he arranged. I will trade for almost anything you have. see F. C. CROWE 1 Mile South Braggadocio, Mo. BRING US, YOUR POULTRY! We Pay Highest l-rlc« fur all Heni, Roosters, Bucks anrt Go. Save That Middleman's Prolit. Our Prices Governed by Market Value • Highway HI North I'hoiie a?G2 W T DAVIS WE GIVE ROLLER SKATES to our Customers Other Premiians too! Tell Dad to See Us GENUINE ETHYL 17c HI-TEST Regular - 16c Tax* Paid Tax Paid TATE Formerly Barnsdall On U.S. 61 - - at the State Line CONCRETE BUILDING BLOCKS Also CULVERTS We are Dealers for THE FAMOUS WATERPROOFING Osceola Tile & Culvert Co. Phone 691 OSCEOLA, ARK. All-Star Attractions —PRESENT— STONEY COOPER and His Blues Chasers featuring Wilma Lee and 4-Year-Old Carol Lee plus added attraction ZEB and MANDY "THE BEVERLY HILLBILLIES" Recently Featured with Smiley JJnrnelte in Kepuiriic Pictures TEXAS SLIM The Lone Star Cowboy - - ALL IN PERSON — So turd ay, March 1st 2 BIG SHOWS 2:30 p.m.; 8:00 p.m. BLYTHEVILLE AMERICAN LEGION ARENA Admission—Children 25c; Adults—50c,—includes tax CALL 261!... STOP AT 281! Don't Hesitate to Ask for Free Service Listen — We can,wash your car in 30 minutes. We use Genuine Alomite Grease to lubricate your car. Yes, we have the tires — Dayton — Hood — Goodyear. We also have New Batteries. Standard ESSO Gas & Oils, Also Quaker State AUTO" SERVICE 1>honc 2GU Second anif Ash Sis. An engine reconditioning job done here is a s{>ec'uiUzcd job — done by International - trained mechanics using special International equipment and installing factory- engineered International Parts. The result is > what you'd expect— ifefl practically new engine? performance from a re-' conditioned engine. So improve truck performance and cut operating costs with an engine reconditioning job here. Phone and tell us when we ma)' do a job for you. DELTA IMPLEMENTS, Inc. 312 So. 2nd Phone 863 INTERN AT IO N A t

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