The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 29, 1932 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, March 29, 1932
Page 5
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MONDAY, MARCH 28.U932 4LYTHgyiLLE. Revolt Rocks Manclnman Throne NEWS Washburn Urges C^rc to Determine if Animals Actually Have Rabies. Iiislructlons for the handling of doss suspected of rabies are COH- talncd In a warning Issued by Dr A. M. Washburn. director of the Mississippi coimly hcallh unit, as a result of a number; of rece:u cases in which It has been ucces- f.iry to administer expensive rabies vaccine because it, was impassible to determine definitely whether th-? animals involved were actualh suffering from the disease. Dr. Washburn's statement follows: . "Do not kill dog if he is showing slgns^of rabies. Tie the dog up for at least ten days, teed and water 11. If the dog has rabies he will probably die during that time, or if It becomes necessary to kill the animal, extreme care should be used not, to injure the head. Remove head )rom body carefully liack to protect it from extreme heat and ship by express prepaid to Hygienic Laboratory. Slate Board of Health, Little Ruck, Arkansas. "The brain of an animal in the early stages of jnfectkHi does net always slxw the organisms associated with the disease. For tliis reason we feel thai unless the dog •r;as been siek for at least five days before being killed or died from the disease^it is unwise to rely upon a negative laboratory report on U)e dog head. "Dog owners have a definite responsibility and should keep Ihclr animals on their own premises. Valuable dogs ean be protected against rabies by vaccination and should be so treated by a good veterinarian." I TO STUD! (Continued from Page One) nor's call \«is otit of order until those matters were disposed of. Would Abolish Highway Commission The senate resolution is concurrent and says: ' "The .acute financial distress that prevails In public and private affairs has created legislative problems that should b? dealt with immediately." It submits the following program for the extended session: To revise downward the scale of salaries paid state officers and em- ployes and maintenance costs. To abolish the Arkansas tax commission and assign its duties to the railroad commission. To combine several state deport- ments. It also asks that an outside agency be employed to audit every 'c'epartment of the state govern-' ment, and abolition of the present highway commtslon and the creation of a proper agency to administer Highway affairs. It included revision of the schedule of automobile license fees and "any other legislation directed to reduction of expenses of state government or to the general welfare of the public." Nurses from eleven counties, rci;- escnting District One of the Ar- ; aiLsas Stale Nurses association. ill father lierc Thursday at the I 31ytlieville hospital where, they will | x>ld their regular district meeting.' Mrs. F. L. Husbands and the io- al hospital stair wiio will be iios- C£*»f! have arranger! a program vhich includes a business session, alks and entertainment. Mayor s'cill Reed is scheduled to deliver he welcome address and J. Louis Iherry will speak on "Insurance for Nurses." Mrs. Charles Swain of Yarbro will tiilk on "Ethics for "uries." Miss Lillian Briscoe will ing several numbers. Among the visitors will be Miss Stack, the district president, who .'ill preside, and Skier Martha, late training school examiner, belli )f whom arc members of the staff )f St.. Bernard's hospital in Jones- x>ro.. The meeting, u-e first held bj- he association in Mississippi coun- y. will begin at 2 p.m. After th? program is completed the visitors will be served refreshments. Gosnell News Mr. and Mrs. s. E. Craig and |Qrt want to Mountain View. Ark.. ^ v iday (o visit fnentfs :\nrf relatives .'. Luther Vernon lias been ill sev- ' era! days ivilii the flu. Mrs. Z. M. McOhee is improving after several days illness. Miss Etta Vernon visited- Mrs Earl Smith Saturday. Miss Grace Davenport visited Miss Essie Bevill Saturday. Salt add Pepper From Shaker, Alia BUTTE, Mcnt. <Ul>>—Meet Salt and Pcp]>cr from Shaker. Tils "condiment twin.T." R. W. Salt and J. H. Pepper are advanced entomology students at Monlai Stale College. And both their homes arc Sha!:cr, Alta. From line plunges and touchdowns to left hooks and knockouts Is the recent step (afcen by Halslon musty) Gill, bjlow, 19m All-Pacific Coast Conference fullback from the University of Call- Delegates From Eleven Counties Will Gather al Blytheville Hospital. Little Bassett Child Is Dangerously Sick BASSETT, Ark.—Little Wilma -•on Clinton, 9-months-Dld daugh- er of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Clinton, has been dangerously ill for three days and was carried to Memphis Monday for treatment. A specialist here advised that the child was suffering from pneumonia and complications. Read Courier News want ads. Will Hold Beauty Contest at Ritz Theatre Tuesday A beauty contest, in which nil young unmarried women of Blytheville may compete, will be held at the Ritz theatre next Tuesday nieht, it lias bsen announced by Mrs. Robert. Blair and Mrs. Willard Logai; of Caruthersville, who have recently promoted similar contests in a number of southeast Missouri communities and at Osce- o)a. Poise, personality and general al- Iraciiveiiess nrc (lie criteria upon which the entrants will be judged. Tiic winner will receive a cup, and honorable mention will be given those placing second and third.- Selections will lie made by three out of town Judges. Each entiant in the contest will be sponsored by some local merchant or business house. The contestants win appear on the Rilz stage between the regular shows lYiesday night. Judge Killough Grants Defense Motion in Siinon Insurance Cases. Removal to federal court of nine oul of 13 suits filed y Matol !•'. Simon and Mike F. Simon against nine Insurance companies was ordered by Circuit Judge KVII1- Killough Monday. Judge Killotieli granted (lie removal on motion of Venic McMil- 'fn, LIUJc Hook attorney associated with Ucld, Evnirrt and Henderson of this city in defense of lh? nits. Tlic actions were filed by (li; son and daughter of Fan-Is Simon, local real estate oiwrator, seeking to force payment on the full faca value of iwlkles covering the. two Slmo nlmlldlngs at Main and First streets, which wore destroyed by fire late last year. Approximately $54,000 Is ftikccl by the plaluiills who declare that the defendant insurance companies iiavc ottered to assume liability on 85 per cent of the policies' value, but not full value. Soir.e arcl-,i>.-u:ug:s'5 content tint the Sahara desert \v?s once a populous countrv. Dr.PaulF.McCutchen Dentist STEELE, MO. Phone 85 A POSITIVE NECESSITY rr J you have but little to spend on Food You can save as much as 20tof yonr food bills;. by going to market only on "bar- J5aindays",andbuyingcnoughforaweek. Preserve left-overs, too, and end wasic that averages 14.50 a. month per family. 3 YEAR GUARANTEE Hubbard Furniture Co. GENERAL % ELECTRIC - \L'-~«. ' F F ' RKTRH, | R\TOR How Sea Swirled Through Wrecked Liner FAGE _ wnves d.mml (hrouuh the lmm w »t th, .trlekcn Ilne.--p7lnc """"'" taken «l, o navi.l, where onls a " 10 "' c »«- •""» ^ *"»" Pic- l W u S haul a,ul r«n „,„„ „ .,,,r O ir uonuudu. l' amHE », and crew til: mid were UMiisferrcd In Mfriy (0 nmulicr s-camcr. . Dead Doctor'* $25,000 in Uipaid B& MCKEESPORT, pa. (upujri W. b. Henderson, who practiced in Eust McKeespOft for 29 y<«« left on estate of »800 In cisli and Ki.i 000 ui unpaid bills, his will filed lor probate showed. He hid g»!ned • reputation as "the doctor who net- cr sent a bill." His widow aid a* will take, no legal recourse to collect tho bills due. Dr. Htadtnoa served on the county poor bawd (or 13 ycnrs, oiid hit salary wu t[- masl his entire income, Mrs. Hea- ion said. (ynstipaied? •111 mi *iih • toil •«to« »t h Trylt CMr toil Mtfw MfiMiaS IT M •«to« »t hw >IK m Mb w •••"• The Triumph of overage Perfection MAD€ WITH WCLCH'S GRAP£ JUIC£ From Maine to California millions arc enjoying today the supreme achievement of the makers of NuGrape. Truly this is a gala day iii the history of beverage making. It marks the final victory of science over Vlie ancient King of all Fruit juices—King Crape Juice! After years of expensive research our labors arc rewarded. Our laboratory working in conjunction with the Welch Grape Juice Company, has produced a New NuGrape . . . A delicious, carbonated beverage deriving its entire flavor and color from Welch's Grape Juice. Never before has there been a drink like this introduced to the American public. 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