The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 11, 1950 · Page 3
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, April 11, 1950
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TUESDAY, APRIL 11, 1958 M/rnnETTLLE (ARK.) 1 COURIER JTBWS PAGE THRIB Business Storm Forecast for U.S. : Atomic Energy N«ed«d .To Expand Business, Economist Claims PHILADELPHIA, April 11. fa*)— The United States Is "indulging In »n Indian Summer daydream" while a business storm Is brewing, says Dr. Edwin-G. Nourse, chalr- € of the Council of Economic the President. eh segment of the economj', Dr. Nourse added, must put the country's welfare "above 'short-run gains for their particular constituents" if we are to avoid a depression. He spoke before n panel discussion arranged by the American Society of Tool Engineers. Another speaker, Robert B. Douglas, president o( the American Society of Tool Engineers, said Russia may bridge the gap between her Industrial production and ours by using atomic energy. Atom Use in 10 Year* He said useful . application atomic energy in this nation Is 10 to IS years away "If we continue to vcstrict knowledge in the fashioi W Are doing today." He said he "would doubt that 1 would take that long If industry were given a chance." "While Russia is probably al ready experimenting on Industrla application of atomic energy, we an atill going around suspecting eacl other rather than doing somethin about it," Douglas said. Prosperity Halts Slump Dr. Nourse, who resigned a chairman of the economic councl fast November following a disagree ment with administralion policies said "five years of almost Inloxl eating prosperity", halted the ex pected postwar stump. "Business, financial, agricultur and labor leaders must help develo carry out an integrated polic rivate and public economic ac- Wty for best use of our resources," (lie economist said. "They are being encouraged to feel they can use organization ami political power U? get separately more out of the system than they •re severally putting into it." •4jf& .WV '••»»«!' W.I1VSS ~tV3, vl » 5 •••"ft; ;.% j HOPEFUL—Kiiger-*yed tdgw Harry Rhodes wants very much to become a nephew 6( Uncle Sam, but he'll have to have an assist from Congress to do it. Edgar was adopted in Vienna by Sgt. David Rhodes, who brought him to his home in Pittsburgh.. •Pa. A technicality that would compel his return to Austria MB only- be overcome by a tpecuii act of Congress. ; 'Jawbreaker' Chemical to Aid Treatment of Stomach Ulcers Robber Picks Poor Site LOS ANGELES. April II. MV- Police said Ralph A. Alfarn' walked up to the cashier of the Joy Theater aj,.2014 ERst First St.. last night and .demanded the night's receipts. The cashier screamed. A few minutes later Alfara was booked on suspicion of robbery at the Hollenbeck police station. , The Hollenbeck police station is «t 201S East First Street; Diners Hit by Wo// TOKPO, April 11. (AP)—Fifteen Japanese workmen . were ..ealii lunch yeslerdaj 1 alongside the ne city hall when the concrete wall caved in. Seven were killed and the other eight injured, one .seriously. PHILADELPHIA, April 11- W/— A chemical compound with » Jawbreaker nam« was reported todivy to have opened up » new approach to the treatment of *tom»ch ulcers. The drug, which can be Uken by mouth and make»'« double-barrelled attack on ulcers, still U In the experimental stage, John W. .Cuslc and Richard A. Robinson said In a paper prepared lor delivery before the American. Chemical Society meeting here. The two researchers represent the firm o( a. D. Searle <fc Co., Chicago. , The drug has not been named, but is chemically identified «s: beta- dlethylimlnoethyl - xanttwne-9-car- boxylate methobrdmtde. It if being released to the medical profession only for use In carefully controlled clinical tests. . • To Aid SpaniM The com[X)U)iri also is expected to prove effective In curbing gastrointestinal spasms, the paper stated. Experiments indicate, the paper said, that the drug acts in two ways on peptic . ulcers. It relaxes the smooth muscle of the' atomach, thereby reducing spasm, and It inhibits the . nerve impulses which cause the secretion of acid by the stomach. One method of ulcer treatment in the past has been an operation Ui sever the vagus nerve which con- tvbls the stomach secretions and muscular contractions. The new drug, according to Cuslc and Dr. Robinson, produces similar effects by blocking the vagus nerve Impulses. More specifically, they explained it is an "antichoHncreic" agent, that .Is, a' drug that acts against' a chemical called acelyl- choline which carries nerve Impulses to the stomach muscles. Raise* Clotting Power The society also was told aafer and easier blood transfusions nre promised by an »mbldex(roiu> new :hemlcal that raises the blood's clotting power In Hie body but has the opposite effect on blood stored outside the body. Dr. Gustiiv J. Martin, director of research of the National Dnig Co., | Philadelphia, said the compound was investigated originally as an anticoagulant. It soon became apparent, he reported, that addition of a minute quantity of [lie chemical to blood would completely prevent clotting— in (he test tube. In the body, however, instead of the expected anticoagulant effect, j the chemical was found to incrense 11 the blood's tendency lo clot, Dr. i ] Martin said. He Identified the con pound as ethylene bis-tmtnodia- cetic acid, Egypt Complains Of 'Life' Article WASHINGTON, April II. My- The Egyptian nmljnssador lias complained to the state department about what he considers to be an!I objectionable article on King;; Faroiili in Life Magazine. j Department officials said vestcr- j day Mohamcd Kamil Bey "Ahrhil ] Rahim discussed the mailer on j Friday with Assistant, Secretary of II Stute George McGlicc, who is in j charge of middle, eastern affairs, i The article to which the ambassador objected dealt with the activities of the king since assuming the throne at the age of IG. II appears ill the current Issue. , t The first Ice plant in the U.S. was at New Orleans. 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