The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 7, 1949 · Page 9
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 9

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, July 7, 1949
Page 9
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PAGE NINE BKYTHEVnXE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS THURSDAY, JULY 7, 1949 Polio Research Funds Allocated March of Dimes Provides Financing To Curb Disease Almost $" ; OOC,OOO additional March oil Dimes funds to step up research and professional educa- lou in the field of pollomylitls have allocated to mire than a score of leading research laboratories and institutions throughout the nation It was disclosed today by A. S, Harrison, chairman of the Mississippi County Chapter of the National Foundation (or Infantile Paralysis Mr. Harrison made the disclosure following a receipt of a letter from Basil O'Connor, president of the National Foundation [or Infantile Paralysis, announcing m i d-year grants and appropriations by the National Foundation totaling »!,983.&51. This brings to more than $2.500.000 sums allocated by the organization for research and education projects this year, and the total since establishment of the National Foundation In 1938 to more than 425,600,000. & ^^ffV" J;--^>^;<' ** Livestock NATIONAL, STOCKYARDS, m., July 7. Wi— (USDA)— Hogs 9,000; barrows and gilts steady to ttroni; sows unevenly steady lo M lower: heavy sows howlng most weakness: good and choice 180-230 Ibs 21.'2S- 50; top 21.50 fairly freely late: opening lop 21.25; 160-170 "a 20.5021.00; 100-130 Ibs 1I.OO-11.M: few loads 240-280 Ibs 20.50-31.3S; some 280-320 Ibs heavies 18M-19SO; bulk .sows under 400 Ibe 1150-15.00: stags 10.00-13.00; boars 8.00-11.00. Gallic 2.70fl; calves 1,200; steers opening rather slow, mostly steady: good and choice steer and heifer yearlings steady to 25 higher: other grades slow and steady: cows opened steady, bulls steady with weighty sausage bulls very scarce: vealers unchanged; few loads gooc steers 24.25-2500: bunch high go»i and choice 26.75; some medium steers 22.00-23.00; good and choice heifers and mixed yearlings 24.50- Man Fatally Stabs Mi Whih Cutting Toenailt OAKLAND, Cllll., July T («•>— The coroner's office today reported he strange case of a in an who atally wounded hlnuelf while rlmmtnt hi* toenalls. Cmmett Counlhan. 44, a team. ter .slipped and fell on hij scls- or». puncturing his left chest above heart. The accident occurred uly 1. Included in tne total are $921.968 [ _ for new projects in vims research: $833,311 for professional education and training, and $36.566 for study of after-care of the disease. Memphis University Gets Grant Thirteen medical schools and Institutions from coast to coast share the new grants for virus research. They include the University of Tennessee, Memphis, $3.700. An appropriation of $20,000, to be administered by National Foundation headquarters, will be used to determine the role of flies in the transmission of human polio. The S96.566 for the sludy of afler- DRAMATIC FESCUE—Using ladders and ropes, firemen wort to rescue Martha Treml (left), who was marooned on a rock which she grasped as she was being swept over a falls in the Potomac River near Great Falls, Va. Miss Treml had gone to a park with several other persons for a holiday outing when she apparently slipped and fell Into the water. She managed to grasp a rock and pulled herself from the water. Firemen, called by witnesses to the accident, finally effected the rescue by using extension ladders (AP Wlre- I photo). 21.00: short load choice yearlings 27.26- medium 21.60-23.75; beef cows 17,50-18.50; 11.00-15.00. mixed large!' common and medium 15.75 -11.00; few gooc canners and cutter Bcare of infantile paralysis patients "was allocaled among eight medical schools and hospitals. Appropriations for professional training totaling $680.000, include $225.000 for physical therapy scholarships and (100.000 for scholarships in medical social work; $100,000 for fellowships In physical medicine, and $50,000 for fellowships In the LUXORA NEWS By Mrs. G. C. Driver C. B. Wood, III, is attending an eight-week camp, Ho Mita Kodi, in Novelty, Ohio. Mrs. Charlie Watson has as her guest this week, her son, Odell Butler, and family, of Boston, Mr. spent and Mrs. Auten last weekend in Chitwood Muiberry. training of heallh. physicians in public California grows almost one half of the nation's commercial supply M fruits and nuts. Ark., as the guests of Mr. Chitwood's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Corkran and family of Memphis were the weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Corkran. Mrs. S. B. Terry and Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Wood were hosts to a holiday party at their cabin, Non- asket, on Horseshoe Lake. Guests were relatives from Luxora, Blytheville, Smackover, and Camden, "Ark. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Smith and daughter, spent the July 4 holidays at Sardis, Miss., attending the devotional topic. Nations 1 ', assisted Sardis Lake celebration. The Wcslcyan Service Guild of Llie First Methodist Church met '[\iesday night at the home ol Mrs. Harry Stanford. After s business meeting, Mrs. Lem Stanford led the "Peace Among by Mrs. Tom Call Is and Mrs. C. E. Lucas. Mrs. A. B. Rozelle gave a talk of the United Nations. A dessert course was served by the hostess after the program was concluded. Mr. and Mrs. G. A. George, Jr., announce the birth of a son. Robert, Saturday at Wall's Hospital in Blytheville. C. B. Wood, Jr., accompanied by three employees of the Wood Motor Co., has just returned from a week's trip to New York City. Roy Owen left Friday for a week's visit with relatives at Flint, Michigan. Victim of Plane Prop Is Reported' Improved MEMPHIS, July 7— (F,— Memlicrs of the family said here today that Kenneth Kinard of El Dorado, Ark., struck by the propeller of an airplane, is very much improved. Kinard's sister-in-law. Mrs. Earl Kinard, said he ivas partly conscious but had never spoken. His actions have proved he recognizes us, however," Mrs. Kinard Id. MacKenzie ConUrued from Face 8 and Europe concenlrite on Western problems »nd neglect those in Asia. Anyway, as m»ny Chinese explained it to me, Chiang has staked everything on prolonging the eilMence of his regime as the legal government ot China until way 3rea!u out. Then, they say, he will again become a necessary ally of this country agantst Russi^ just as he was against Japan. His price (or being an ally will rise accordingly, they predict. Silver fox Keeps Dental Date; Winds up in Pound SAN PEDRO, Calif., July 7. W>There was i silver fox languishing In the city ounti yesterday, and unless someone claims htm. Miss Reglna Johnson Is going to have a lur neckpiece. Miss Johnson, a dentist's assistant, came to work yestorday and found th 1 fox filling In her chair Maybe he needed some work done on his teeth. Miss Johnson didn't bolher to look, FOR Babysitting Granddad Takes Expensive Nap ABILENE, Tex., July 7— (If]— N E. Wilson made a big mistake whil baby-sitting with his two grand sons. He took a nap. While grandad slept, the youngsters, aged five and seven, decided to play Indian. They built a fire. They built It under Wilson's pickup truck. The truck was badly damaged before the Fire Department—and a thoroughly awakened grandfather— extinguished the blaie. LUCKIES PAY MORE to give you a finer cigarette! ^^^^^B ^^F ^^^^^^^^B ff ^^^^^^^m ^^^V ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^f ^^^^^m ^^J ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^W Yes, at tobacco auctions Lucky Strike pays millions of dollars than official parity prices for fine tobacco! There's no finer cigarette in the world today than Lucky Strike! To bring you this finer cigarette, the makers of Lucky Strike go after fine, light, naturally mild tobacco — and pay millions of dollars more than official parity prices to get it! So buy a carton of Luckies today. See for yourself how much finer and smoother Luckies really are—how much more real deep-down smoking enjoyment they give you. 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