REPORTER THE EUREKA puihjsiu-t- 173rd Anniversary weekly at eureka, utah ) Printed by ART CITY PUBLISHING COMPANY Si'MNGvillk, Entered at Utah second --class matter February 10, 1948, at the Eureka, Utah, under the Act of March 3, 1879." mo Subscription In Advance, Per Year, $3.00; Per Copy, 10c Harrison Conover Nias, Hells Coffsv Editor and Manager. Reporter HATKXAl AOVMTISINO ItMfHNTATIVI Wednesday, Nov. 10, the United States Marines, traditionally famous Soldiers of the Sea," is 173 years old. Since November 10, 1775. when Marines were first authorized by the Continental Congress, they have served the nation In peace and in every major war this country has waged. Today, east in the role of "Guar-dian- a of the Peace, Marines are serving around the globe. In the very shadows of Tripoli where they OHCACO SEATTLE NIW YOM IAN HANCISCO j The state health department released a report recently which bi en shows that there has case of smallpox recorded InLtMj during the past twoanyears.e low fever droppd to incithe and the period during dence of whooping cough during the two year period wa the lowest since records of the disease were started back in 1908. diseases. Of the preventable one rewas the only diphtheria as having got out of conall-tim- AIRLIFT CAN OUTLAST BLOCKADE . . . Gen. LkIus D. Clay, U. 8. commander In Germany, Is shown ae he announced that the allied airlift can be maintained m long as It la necessary for tha United Nations to settle the blockade problem. The U. 8. occupation commander made the etatement at a news conference at the Pentagon building la Washing- - ic ... M Parenthood i In nt fought Tripolitan pirates as early as 1803, they are again sailing the Mediterranean as members of ship detachments of (he U. S. Navy. They are also In China, where Marines have served intermittently since 1844. Marines are stationed at Guam and at other outposts from the Aleutians Since no one likes to wash fryto the Marianas. In the capital cities of Europe, London. Paris, ing pans, try this to avoid it: Add Rome and Berlin in troubled a small amount of soap powder to Palestine, there are Marines. pan and slowly simmer in warm water for a few minutes. It's Eight people could be seated at then a matter of seconds to clean a table in 41,120 different ways. the greasiest of frying pans. Ia-rif- .. Utah jmalipv During Past 2 Y ears Nln Marines Celebrate poet office November The Eureka (Utah) Reporter Page Two ported trol." During the first year of the biennium 16 eases and three deaths were recorded and during the second year 117 cases and 11 deaths. Commenting on the situation the department spokesman This diphteheria epidemic from a combination of causes, but the most important factor was insufficiency of immu- nization during the past several years. The report shows that five years ago 7307 people were being1 immunized annually for diph-theia while the number had decreased to 4209 last year. Distinguishing between diseases If your youngsters preventable by Immunization and those Classed as unpreventable for studying at the dining which no Immunization haa been bo sure a aludy Iannis table to pruterf k developed; such as, chickenpox, the u measles, poliomyelitis and mumps, Make aura the lamp has a broad shade the report shows these diseases and occurred In relative large num- wide enough circle 0f bers. During the first year of the Only 144,000 of the biennium there were 138 cases of poliomyelitis and 8406 cases of passenger automobile Figures for the second the United States produce B fifing Djj were exported. Mix a tablespoon of cinnamon Rose leaves with two tablespoona of sugar and this time of begin to fU year. Be sprinkle the blend over hot but- these leaves do not broilthe under tered toast; place ground all winter, or a domL?1 fungus will set In. er for a few seconds. - ENJOY YOURSELF said. - WHERE FRIENDS MEET' ed at the i i i i SILVER CLUB uccedd V MRS. CATHERINE CONRAD EDWARDS Associate Editor, Parents' Magazine TirHENEVER child specialists rec--1 ommend something that seems to back-traon what they used to advise, parents are Inclined to think that the older method was entirely wrong. This Is contrary to fact. Take baby feeding schedules which today, on tbs doctor's advice, are decided by the baby himself. But this doesn't mean that babies are now to be fed haphazardly. It is merely that you let baby establish his own rhythm of feeding and then keep him on a schedule which satisfies his appetite and prevents hunger pangs. Tot example, many physicians feel that a four hour Interval between feedings Is best for babies at one month of age. Yet In a study of 100 babies at the Rochester Child Health Institute, 81 of the Infants made It evident that they wanted food every three hours. Had these babies been heated as "average and fed only every four hours their earliest days would have been marred by the unhappiness of feeling hungry, which brings with tt a feeling of nsglsoL b the matter a ck asset eight, led two Mentals far gtvtng the baby aaly ya hf fmtabRy If yaa tha advice to pick tlie baby up Ills crib and fondle and hold him for a time to give him a change, and a sense of being loved as wdL Since not so long ago this was considered bad for baby, too many parents have now gone to the opposite extrema of handing the baby about from person to person, leaving him too little repose, and giving him far too much excitement, Besides, It Is still possible to spoil a baby with too much petting so that he grows to depend on and demand physical contact to keep him happy. The pleasant middle ground Is to play with the baby for a few minutes whenever it Is necessary to do something for him, such as changing diapers. Leave him pretty much alone between times to rot and learn to amuse himself. Tat Inexperienced aunts pad uncles and young cousins hero are the rules for holding a baby safely and comfortably. Before his muedes are strong enough for him to Ml whan leaning against ana, support should he given to his sntlro ed head and haMc. Whon th Is held- - against one's shouldm his beckMiould purpose tbs baby moved or hold before tm tbo bosk and support to prevent mr ana And M M that easy Mo of the tf ug bead rrnttsg on tiro hart m band, tbo by i br m m r t my son John, Drove at night with one light on ; He missed a curve - lost his nerve. Diddle, diddle, dumpling, poor son John LaQirdlc Poor son John his will were as 'dim IT PAYS TO TRADE FOR CASIP Phone FUCE An automobile kept in food operating condition is as safe as make it as dependable at you are when you drive it! ORDERS FOR TURKEYS NOW! TOMS 18 lbs. Gar delects are dang crew. One out of every six oars involved in fatal tome mechanical fault. 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