The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 27, 1940 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, March 27, 1940
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WEDNESDAY, -JIAKCH 27, J040 BLYT1IEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS France, 1940 , , , Spring Plowing Scene Cure Without Surgery Is| Goal Of Young Scientist CINCINNATI, O. <Ul>) — N c w chemical weapons against arthritis, whose sufferers number more Iliai) 2,000,000 In (he milled Stales, soon may be announced as a result, of experiments with mice by Dr Albert B. Enbln, chief of the infectious disease dlvlson of the Children's Hospital's Research Foundation here. Dr. sabjn, a veteran in medical research despite Ills 33 years, was studying protozoan parasites under a microscope when lie discovered a tiny group of cells lurking in th 1 : noses and sinuses of the mice. The germs seemed to be midway between bacteria and viruses. Further study revealed (he germs not harmful to the mice as Jong as they remained in the nose. However, when introduced into the blcod stream they produced a condition resembling chronic arthritis in the human family. Joints ot Hie ,i;iice became swollen. Living membrane between them was destroyed. Cartilage was obliterated. Helpful Drugs Fouml With these conditions in jnind, Dr. Sabin set out lo find drugs with . curative value for the artificial arthritis lie had produced in (lie rodents, Experiments proved certain chemicals possessed these powers. Thousands of mice have been used by Dr. Sabin and his coworkers, Dr. Joel Wni) en and Isaac Ruchman, who came here with him from the Rockefeller institute of Mcdtcnl Research in New York where (he discovery was made. So far they have not succeeded in isolating (he germ which causes arthritis in human beings. They know there arc two serious types of the disease— one, designated the rheumatic fever type, which strikes spasmodically; (he other, rheumatoid arthritis, which is chronic. Surgery Often Kcquircd If Dr. Sabin does isolate the human arthritis germ, it will Iw a boon to (he two million or more Ameiians suffering from (lie chronic type of the disease. Arthritis usually affects adults between 25 and .30 and surgery often is tlic treatment for advanced cases, Dr. Snbin received the Theobolcl Smith -• prixc in medical sciences. from 'the'i American Association for the' Advancement of Science at" : the organization's convention In Columbus, • O., in the latter part of December. The prize carried $1,000 check and a bronze plaque, both presented in honor of the late Dr. Smith, to an outstanding medical scientist under 35. Besides his connection here with Children's Hospital, Dr. Sabin alsj is associate professor of pediatrics at the medical college of the University of Cincinnati. He IK a graduate of New York University and he served his Internship at Bcllevue hospital in New York. He later joined the National Research Council of Fellows at Lister Institute, London, England. Dr. Sabin is author and coauthor of more than 60 scientific papers in the past 13 years. In ordinary combustion of coal. we waste 99.900853094 per cent of Its energy. If we could burn It completely, without any waste, a lump the sine of a pea would lake a steamship across the Atlantic and back. bcacpns l.ii opmillon, 300 radio range nixl coinmuiilenlloji Muttons and 150 ( rfidlo markers, 'Jlic nn- lion Is now so well covered tluil at any inlnulo of the day or nigh', » pilot can accurately locale his position. At (he same time, the extremely tough iniri competent- liivrstlgiilois of (he Air Safety Hoard are eltr- iii'lly busy, discovering Die cause of every accident and mnkliiK certain Hint Hint cause Is eliminated. Lust CaUl air line crash came on March 20, 1039. when a passen- Iransijrcssors cunulit up with arc grounded—for life. Others me coming Into line. Better any day than (lie old liaiid-.sliuvclllng method of trench digging Is (his modern slcum shovel technique, shown in use recently on the western trout, Of course it hasn't completely replaced lire pick and shovel, and the mud and water are the same as ever. U. vS. Air-Lines Complete Year Without Fatality Each year, 1.700.000 cases ol orange jitlcc are consumed In the United Stales. Vegetable Laxative Has Important Points This laxative does three important, things for most users. If simple directions arc followed, it usually acts punctually, thoroughly, gently. You'll like spicy BLAClt- PHAUGHT'S way. Chief of iUs all- vegetable ingredients is an "Intestinal tonic- laxative" which helps tone la/.y bowel nmsclcs. Next lime, fake BLACK-DRAUGHT. Economical, too: 25 to 40 doses. 23c. 11Y lUlUCi: CATION ' Courier News Washington Correspondent WASHINGTON. March W. — Commercial aviation In .the U. S. Is observing its lO-uiDllon-doltar anniversary. March ,20 marked Die end of a solid year in which no life was lost by accident to a regularly scheduled commercial transport, plane. Men in (he-industry used lo say wistfully, "If we could ever hung up that, record H'd be bettor than $10,000,000 worth of advertising." Now it has been done. During the year U. S. air lines ilew 87,300,000 miles and carried 2,028,000 passengers. The safety campaign started in the fall of 1038, when Edward ' United Stales planes ilew ii.bitnl 87,:!00,00<) inllix , vilhiml an acoutcnl In the hist year-t- I'Uiial to more than 3100 trips srouml (he woilil. J. Noble, then chairman of the Civil Aeronautics Authority, tald the heads of the leading air lines (hut, aviation's blgijcsL nsset wns its increasing safely. That winter the ulr lines responded by really living up to their mutual cancellation agreement — mi iiiTdiigemcnl whereby, if one lino cuncuU-d service on .1 given run due to weather hnznrds. Its councillors did likewise. As a result, fewer lights were slorlcd, but n larger number were cpni- [ilclod. Robert.. lllncklcy, CAA's present chairman, carried Noble's campaign 11 step farther. He hammered nt the Idea Unit If (he known limitations lire properly re- criccled. aviation can be tiic safest of nil forms of transportation. SENATOR'S CKASH Sl'UKS U. S. All) Tragic crash thai killed Senator .Dromon Ctitlim; in the spring of 1935 jarred Coiifross Into being more liberal with aids to avJnlton. Since Ihen, $31,000,000 has been volcd. These funds have helped put 2300 Aliiuil 2,028.01)0 pussr liters I'i'fr carried In thu avi'lilenlU'Ss — a IKllc morn tlinn llm ,iliitlon uf l'lillaiU'l|)hlu. BIT plane cracked up In a forced liinillng iiL'ur Oklahoma Oily. In- vcstlKntlon showed Ihe cause wns :t defKllvn hold-down bolt on a motor cylinder. Those bolts were tnicrd, rcmovrd from alriiliino motors all ovo 1 the country. The boanl has cracked d'owu on pilots, too. One souico of trouble was that some of the veteran lly- frs felt (hey knew more about lln> job tlinn nny air line executive or Lemon Juice Recipe Checks Rheumatic Pain Quickly If you MifTcr from rheumatic, ar- Ihrilis or neuritis piiln, try (|i| s simple Inexpensive home recipe Dint thousand!! tire using. Got n package of fUi-Ex Compound loiiuy. Mix II with 11 quart, of water, add the juice of •! lemons. H's ensy. No trouble at all und pleasant. You need only 2 lablcsnoonsftil two limes a tiny. Often within 4a liours — sometimes overnight— .splendid results lire obtained. If the pains do not, quickly leave unit II yon do nol feel better. Uu-Ex will cost you nothing lo try us U Is sold by your druggist under an utiso- lulc money-back gutirtmtcc. Hn-Ex Comixniiur Is for sale and recommended by Kirby Bros. Drug Co. and good drug stores everywhere!. government. Inspector, and lienco refused lo aMdo by ceitiiJn Hlghi Head Courier News want, ads. He's Frank Lincoln Now, Not F. L Szttakowski CHAKWON, M*6«. <W>—fVmik Lincoln SMtnkosvskl,. !25/ who has the samo blrtliday ,- as "Honest, Abe," has received permission lo ilrop his iurnamc and henceforth call himself Frank ju^ccto. ' i S/a,lakoiw,kl, a wooolen comoany shipping clerk, toW' the <Wt his name was'too dlffluilt to ; pro-' jiouncc und snejl, ^nd th&t it hnndlMipped ;ilm in business The Judge ngrccd. Who Was Your First Friend? Wasn't he ihe kindly doctor, who ushered you into the world? Then came others ... parents who taught you love, ethics and honesty . . . youngsters who showed you how to ploy with teamwork at)d sportsmanship ,.. and teachers who guided you to work with a purpose, As you journey through life, you learn to appreciate the value'of Maids. Today, when you count your assets, experience tells you that the most priceless of all are your friendships. ^ .,, ^ Do you know of nny better place to sow the seeds of friendship than in the ntmos-' phcrc of your'home? Do you know of nny finer symbol of hospitality than Budwciscr? Making friends is what made Budwclser the Perfect Host. ANHEUS-ER.BUSC-H ^^^^ Mtllrt •/ /i, Vi,U.f,mttl Stir Budweiser / t*y i M 4 t^r- g)tva*je ot ^HtifnuUon = MAKE THIS TEST: Drink Budweiser g for five days. On the sixth doy try jf to drink a sweet beer. You will want Budweiser's flavor thereafter., Riding Around in an Easy Chair Dr. A. L, Boyd VETERINARIAN 29 Years With Diseases The very hilest methods used. ] also hiivc the cor- reel answer for your h«S diseases. > TKEAT «;,,VCK TO.\«l,'K AND KjUNNING I-'ITS J\ »ORS ON 1'OSITJVE GUARANTEi;. rcrniaticnllj' Located 1129 W. Sycamore Phone 1114 Come In Today |For Free Demonstration of the New 'Ford V-8 SMOT Phone 810 Blytheville, Ark,

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