The news-review. (Roseburg, Or.) 1948-1994, August 11, 1949, Page 15, Image 15

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    Cubonie Plague
Cases Conquered
With New Drugs
SANTA FE, N. M., Aug. 11.
IPi Illness ol (wo New Mexico
residents today was found to be
bubonic . plague the "black
death" of the middle ages.'
Only 21 other cases of the dis
ease have been listed In the Unit
ed States during the last 25 years.
The diagnosis, was reported by
Dr. Vernon Link of the western
contagious disease control center
In San Francisco.
He told a news conference that
modern drugs apparently have
achieved a smashing victory over
the ancient, flea-borne disease.
Treatment, he said, ht brought
dramatic improvement In both
cases.-
The victims are a 10-year-old
bov treated at Taos and a 37-year-old
man in the veterans hospital
at Albuquerque. They are resi
dents ef two widely separated vil
lages In northern New Mexico.
The Taos case was treated with
streptomvcin and sulfadiazine,
the Albuqueraue patient with pen
icillin and aureomvcine.
-Dr. Link said there have been
516 cases with 338 deaths since
1900. He added that all 23 cases in
the . last quarter century have
been traced to wild rodents -arry-Ing
plague-infested fleas.
Rice Valley
Bv MRS. CECIL HARTFORD
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Bell, who
have made heir home in Rio;
Valley the past year, left Sunday
to make their home in Plumer
ville, Ark. Mr. and Mrs. Bell will
visit their daughter at Little
Rock, Ark. before going un to
Plumerville.
Waterfowl Hunting Outlook Bright
For This Fall, Survey Indicates
By JANE EADS
WASHINGTON It looks like
good hunting this fall. Slight In
creases In the population of wild
ducks, geese, swan, coot and oth
er waterfowl are being recorded
by the U. S. Fun and Wildlife
Service, which has surveyed the
birds' wintering and breeding ar
eas. The Service's winter Inventory
showed that, while the overall
increase in all waterfowl was
only one percent, the tncr in
ducks was about 12 percent over
last year. Current surveys of
breeding grounds in the north in
dicate an .improved flight
south."
Just how many birds hunters
may shoot each season is deter
mined on the basis of an esti
mated waterfowl population, the
number of prospective hunters,
weather conditions and other
things. Waterfowl population is
determined by studies of fly
ways In four sections of the coun
try over which the birds migrate
back and forth. Eight airplanes
carrying two biologists, one of
whom is a pilot, fly about 40
miles over the same areas each
year. At a height of 75 to 100
feet above ground the men are
able to count the birds in the
wintering areas and make their
estimates on the basis of com
parisons with counts of other
years.
In addition, sample counts are
Mrs. Maude Lebell and Mrs.
Frank Stapleton, who have been
visiting their sister and daughter,
Mrs. Glen Walker, left this week
for Lincoln, Neb. They will visit
relatives in Los Angeles, Calif.,
enroute to Nebraska.
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Kldwell vis
ited the sea lion caves last Sun
day. Mr. and Mrs. William Castor
and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Bell sur-
firised Mr. and Mrs, J. G. Wales
ast Sunday evening, when they
dropped in at the Wales home to
celebrate Mr. Wales' birthday.
The evening was spent playing
cards. Refreshments were serv
ed late in the evening.
Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Churchill
accompanied by Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Churchill drove to Win
chester Bay and Tenmile Lake
last Sunday. The occasion was
the wedding anniversary of Mr.
and Mrs. Frank Churchill. The
day was spent picnicking and
fishing.
Mr. and Mrs. Larry Wltherwax
of Berkeley, Calif., visited Sun
day at the J. G. Wales home
while enroute-to Denver, - Colo.
Mr. Wltherwax and Mrs. Wales
are cousins.
Mr. and Mrs. Dale Cullens and
their son left last week for Ne
braska, where they will visit
friends and relatives. Mr. and
Mrs. Harvey Cullens and their
daughter, recently from Nebras
ka, are staying at their home on
Rice Hill during their absence.
Mrs, Cecil Hartford, accompan
ied by Mrs. Grace Grass and
Mrs. T. H. Shepherd, drove U
Roseburg last Wednesday. Mrs.
Grass remained to take up her
duties after a two months' vacation.
Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Rice and
daughter spent the weekend with
Mr. and Mrs. Alyn Wilson In Eu
gene and attended the ball game '
at Hills Creek Sunday afternoon. !
. Daylight Saving To Bt
Extended In Portland
PORTLAND. Aue. 11
The city council voted unanimous
ly Wednesday to extend daylight
saving time in Portland until
Sept. 25.
Originally the city was to re
sume standard time Sept. 1L but
radio stations had urged that
Portland conform to eastern
states' time shift to avoid confu
sion in broadcasting schedules.
Health, Happiness
Are Your
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That man, in his real nature, is
the perfect expression of God, is
continually proved in Christian
Science.
Through the study of tht
Bible together with "Science
arid Health with Key to the
Scriptures" by Mary Baker Eddy,
and other authorized Christian
Science literature, new health,
happiness, and usefulness can
be yours. ,
' At the Christian Science Read
. ing Room this literature may be
read, borrowed, or purchased.
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Rostburg
Hours: 10:30 to 4:30
. Except Sundays and Holidays
': Inftrmatio comcenunjt ckurck trmcti,
fm public tectum, mxd tther CkmltmM
Same acftriftcs womdmbU.
made of breeding areas in the
northern part of the hemisphere,
as far north as the Arctic. This is
done also by airplanes, automo
biles, boats, canoes and on foot.
The men go out, first count ducks
In pairs, find the birds' nests,
note how many eggs are laid,
how many hatched, what the av
erage brood size of each bird is
at hatching time and at the time
they are able to fly. This way
they get a pretty good Idea how
many birds will be flying south
come fall.
Canadian wildlife groups work
with the United States biologists.
Conditions in breeding grounds
vary each year, says Cecil Wil
liams, in charge of this govern
ment's waterfowl management
investigations. For instance this
year, he told me, Alberta and
Saskatchewan areas suffered a
severe drought. Birds which for
merly sought nesting places
there settled elsewhere, mostly
in the parkland regions of Mani
toba. A new mission was sent out
this year to study the Ungava
peninsula, in the Labrador re
gions to determine its importance
as a producing area for water
fowl. Mr. Williams said not many
ducks were found, but Fish and
Wildlife biologists Carl Ecklund
and Leon Cool found quite a num
ber of geese.
Last year post offices in hunt-
Elephant Aboard
Liner Expecting
SAN FRANCISCO, Aug. 11
Flora is expecting.
What makes it news Is that
Flora is an elephant aboard the
American President lines
freighter President Taft, five
days out of Yokohama.
The vessel's skipper, Capt. W.
S. Tyrrell, retreated into silence
after messaging laconically that
Flora's monumental labor was
not far off.
The Taft Is due here next Tues
day with a load of animals for
the Los Angeles loo. There was
every indication Flora would be
a mama before then.
Carey Baldwin, director of the
San Francisco zoo, expressed
fear Flora and her offspring
might be "killed with kindness."
He explained:
"It's tricky business, but all
they have to do is to leave Flora
alone and give her plenty of pri
vacy and she'll have her baby
all right."
Once born, the baby should be
taken from the mother. Baldwin
said, because sometimes mother
elephants "exhibit matricidal
tendencies." The calf should be;
bottle-fed, he said.
New Council Of Europe Splits On
Proposed Admittance Of Germans
Tnyr.. Aug. 11. 1949 The Newt-Review, koteburg, Or. 3
By FRANK. O'BRIEN.
STRASBOURG, France. Aug.
11. LP Former French Premier
Edouard Herroit declares a di
vision of minds exists on the
question of admitting Germans to
the new Council of Europe.
In a prepared address to the
opening session of the Council's
consultative assembly Herrlot in
dicated Western Germany would
have to work her wav into the
organization with proofs that she
no longer harbors aggressive in
tentions. He told the 101 delegates from
12 nations that the assembly
would deal with "problems of life
and death" for Europe.
"A closer association of Eu
rope presents itself as a matter
of urgency." he said.
Many political leaders of west
ern Europe hope that the discus
sions here will mark a long ad
vance toward the goal at full uni
ty of that portion of Europe out
side the Soviet orbit
There have been proposals to
Include Western Germany in the
organization as soon as the new
West German government li
functioning. It was thought that
Herriot's statement on the ques
lon perhaps reflected the point
of view of the French delegation.
France has a deep-seated fear of
German aggression based on ex
periences of history.
Herrlot, a leader in the move
ment for European unity, paid
special tribute Jo V.'!n.;on
Churchill, declaring: "From his
mind sprang Ihe movement
which has brought us together
here." Churchill, one of the Bri
tish Parliamentary delegates.
was seated in the second row.
Earlier members of the con
sultative assembly tsllcwt roimlt
against the dsminating powers
of the ministerial committee
ing areas of the United States!
sold duck stamps to about 2.-i
000.000 hunters, not Including
hunters of upland game such as
pheasant and grouse. '
SCREENS
Screen Doors O Scrten Wire
Window Screens
PAGE LUMBER t FUEL
'64 E. Tnd Ave. S. Phone 242
within the council.
On all sides, members of Eu
rope's new semi-legislative boilv
voiced complaints against the
controlling position ;!ven the
committee, made up of the for
eign ministers of the 12 mem
ber nations.
More than 1,000 mercury vapor
lamps light the underground
roadways of the Pennsylvania
Turnpike through the Appala
cliian Mountains.
The ancients valued sugar as
medicine.
M.C.P. M
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furniture if you answer with that
magic slogan! Bv the way HAVE
YOU been to Carstens First Furni
ture Sale?
MIC
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N .MARKET
Is not a one time bargain store. Everyday is bargain day here.'
Visit our store once and be convinced. We feature the lowest
pries and highest quality every day.
WHITE KING
SOAP POWDER
Giant Size Pkg.
45
5c PLAIN OR ALMOND
HERSHEY BARS
5 FOR
19c
HAPPY VALE
SWEET PEAS '
1Y POPULAR REQUEST
NO. 303 CANS
3 cans 25c Case ol 24 1.95
SWIFT'NING
3-LB. (AN ... 65c
MEATS
FANCY MILK FED VEAL
ROASTS ... .lb. 45c
STEAK' ::. . TT. . lb; 49c
CHOPS lb. 55c
BREAST lb. 15c
PICNIC HAMS lb. 41c
EASTERN
BOB'S PRODUCE
BANANAS
GOLDEN RIPE
lb. 17c
CANTALOUPES
DILLARD GROWN1
lb. 5c
GRAPES
FANCY SEEDLESS
2 lbs. 19c
GREEN ONIONS
LOCAL
bun. 5c
Danish Squash
Individual Baking Size
lb.5c
CELERY
FRESH AND CRISP
bun. 15c
SUNNY IIM ASSORTED JELLIES
5-0Z. JARS
2 FOR' . . . . . 17c
UNIVERSAL, LUNCH BOXES
COMPLETE
2.29
TABLE QUEEN SALAD DRESSING
Made Fresh for Our Store .
Qt.
39c
SUNSHINE KRISPY CRACKERS
1-lb. box 23c
3 . pkgs.
ROYAL PUDDING
Assorted Flavors
19c
CITY DRIVE IN MINUTE FRESH COFFEE
1 lb. -. 45c 2 lbs. . .....89c
RED HEART DOG FOOD
No. 1 tin 11c
KITCHEN QUEEN FOUR
5 lbs 41c 25 lbs 1.79
10 lbs 79c 50 lbs 3.49
NUCOA MARGARINE
1 LB. . . . ... . 24c
2 LBS. .... . . . 47c
STORE HOURS
Weekdays.. .... .9 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Sunday and Holidays . . 9 a. m. to 7 p m.
Absolutely no sale t. dealers. We reserve the right
to limit quantities. Grocery specials good Friday,
Saturday and Sunday. Meat and Produce prices ef
fective Friday and Saturday.
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