The Delta Democrat-Times from Greenville, Mississippi on July 13, 1960 · Page 7
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$53,300 In Hear! ! Fund Going To j Research In Stale JACKSON -- More than $53,000 contributed lo th» 1560 Heart Fund will bo spcnl for scientific research and training in Miss- issip! this year. The new high in Mississippi | Heart Association grants was announced tiiis week by Dr. J. Manning Hudson ot Jackson, associ-j alion president. 'The voluntary; health agency will support 18 re-j search projects and two fellowships in tho year beginning July J, he said. All nwards are lo University Medical Center personnel. Much of the heart association sponsored research is concerned with basic problems, the president stated. Other major targets are the role of dietary fats in | hardening of the arteries, the el-|| feet of anesthetics on the circulation, and the use of various medications to relieve high blood pressure or lessen blood clotting and heart transplantation techniques. Continue Training ISwo young scientists will continue their training in the heart and blood vessel diseases at the' University Medical Center as Car-'| diovascular Fellows in the De-| ! partments of Medicine and Physiology. A sum of $11,000 has been *et aside for their support. American Heart Association awards, made possible by Mississippi contributions, add $13.310 to the total. Dr. Arthur C. Guy-, ton. chairman of the UMC De-. partment of PhysMogy and Bio-! physics, received an J8.2M renew-|l al for his work on cardiac output' while a second renewal, for $5,060, went to Dr. Willam Holland, chairman of ha Pharmacology Department. Sixteen investigators selected by the Mississippi Heart Association grants and fellowships com mittee will share $29,000. Other Grand Four biochemistry department grants went to Dr. L. L. Sulya, chairman; Dr. CharlesDodgen, associate professor; Dr. M. D. Turner, and Dr. J. L. Raining, assistant professors. Other basis science grants went to Dr. Berwind Kaufmann a n d j j Dr. George Armstrong, both asso-j ciate professors of physiology; Dr. W. Lane Williams, chairman of the Anatomy Department; and to Dr. Holland. j Investigators in the Department of Medicine received three grants; Pathology, one; Surgery two; Anesthesiology one and Clinical Laboratory Sciences one. All awards were made possible by contributions to Uvs Heart Fund Former Hungarian Speaker For Stale ' Government Clinics Dr. Nicholas Hyaradi, former finance minister of Hungary and now head of the department o f ; International Relations «t Bradley University, will be the featured speaker at a series of "good government" clinics over the st^te next January, a committee of the Mississippi State Chamber of Commerce-MEC reports, j Dr. Nyaradi, who was forced, to leave Hungary when the Communists took over, is one of the most forceful and dynamic speakers for freedom in America today, according to E. H. "Bolls" Blackstone, chairman of the Stale Chamber's committee on services to organizations. "The colorful Hungarian h a much sought-alter speaker; he tells a challenging story on how freedoms are won and lost", thei chairman said. "We know Mississippians will be more appreciative of their freedoms after bearing him, and will do something about keeping them." He said dates and places of the clinics will be announced later. The committee is to make the speaker available to the state's institutions of higher learning. Attending the meeting in Jack-i son to make plans for the clinics,; were: Blackstone; John Blackwell, Columbus; Doug Gardner, Greenville; Jack Hatcher, Cleve-;| land; C. F. Landrum, Greenville; Owen Ncathery, Laurel; Dalton Poole, Cleveland; Bill Rosamond,' Columbus; and Roy Waters, Lau-| rel. To Study Imporiance Of More Money To State's Colleges JACKSON -- Dudley Buford, Jackson attorney, has been np-j pointed by the taxation commi(tce|| of the State Chamber of Com-J mercc-MEC lo make a survey of the state's overall lax stnic-J lure and identify changes noed-j cd lo encoiimge economic riev-l elr.nmcnls, · Hie appointment was nnnounc- r.l i y Committee Chairman Rnb-J c.l E. CovinRlon Jr.. of Quitmm j £ v , - : n g o n the len-man c o m m i t t e e «rr? F. II Holimaa of Ihe Delia | I- -'emcnt Co., ami J. 1 - : n! Wynn, I b f l c r , Lake and | rin.lall, Greenville. 'I Dei!: 'Oemocral-Tlmcs Wednesday, July 13, '60 7 (ALSO BOYS' WEAR) OF OUR SALS STARTS GROUP OF FAMOUS MAKE W H I T E S H I R T S Long Sleeves - Sizes 14? to 18 $4.25 Values $5.00 Values $ O QO rf' ^y\j 3 For $10.00 Group :k GROUP MEN'S S L A C K S Lightweight Cottons, Dacron and Wools, Dacron Blends -- -- Broken sizes, good colors in light and dark shades. Sizes 28 lo 50. A REAL BUY -- #W On/9 Values $5.00 to $35.00 PRIC! BOYS 5 WEAR SUMMER SUITS! SPORT COATS Good Selection Sizes 4 To 20 PRICE ENTIRE STOCK BERMUDA SHORTS And SMWEAR Off ENTIRE STOCK SUMMER PAJAMAS Lightweight -- Short Sleeves Knee Lengths Large Group Boys' Short Sleeve KNIT and SPORT SHIRT: SIZES 4 TO 20 VALUES TO $4.98 Off GROUP MEN'S STRAW HATS Odds and Ends Broken Sizes. Values $3.00 to $15.00 Price MEN'S SUMMER ROBES Wash 'n Wear Cottons Seersucker - Terry Cloth Small - Medium - Large X-Large OUR FINEST NECKWEAR Imports of Pure Silk Reg. Price S3.50, $5.00, and $7.50 Off LARGE SELECTION SHORT SLEEVE White -- Solids -- Fancy Patterns Sizes S-M-L-XL $4.00 Values - Now $3.00 $5:00 Values Now S3.75 $5.95 Values Now $4.46 $6.95 Values Now $5.21 $7.95 Values Now $5.96 PRICE GROUP BOYS' SUMMER DRESS SLACK E^B\IH^«S ^trt^ji^u VALUES TO $7.98 2 PRICE GROUP Men's Summer B E L T S Leather anO Elastic 7 Price Men's Knit Short Sleeve S H I R T S Sdiil and Fancy Colors ALL MEN'S LADIES' LUGGAGE And MOTOR PARS GROUP OF MEN'S N E C K W E A R Value To $3.50 BROADCLOTH PAJAMAS Long Sleeves -- Long Lenglhs VALUES TO S5.05 BOYS' Bermuda Shorts $3.98 Val $2.9!) S4.08 Val $.17.1 $5,95 Val $.J.JK BOYS' Swim Trunks $·2.50 Val .' $1.88 $2.98 Val $2.21 $3.98 Val ?2.'.lf) THESE AND M A N Y OTHER ITEMS IN OUR BOYS' DEPARTMENT REDUCED UP TO 50 % INCLUDED GREEN WOOD STORE! NOTHING HELD BACK - EVERY SUIT INCLUDED IN THIS CLEARANCE! : Including Natural Shoulder Models Hundreds to choose from -- Sizes Regulars,' Shorts, Longs, Portlys, Short Portlys and Extra Longs. $39.95 SUITS NOW ONLY $45.00 SUITS NOW ONLY $49.93 SUITS NOW ONLY $55.00 SUITS NOW ONLY $59.50 SUITS NOW ONLY $69.50 SUITS NOW ONLY $89.50 SUITS NOW ONLY ... $100.00 SUITS NOW ONLY .... $105.00 SUITS NOW ONLY .... $125.00 SUITS NOW ONLY ... $135.00 SUITS NOW ONLY .. » 9 T " 63 Mi 13 ..J93 75 M02 2i VALUES TO $45,00 Regulars -- Shoris -- Longs -- Extra Longs Men's Lightweight Summer Including Natural Shouldered Models Pure Silks--Linens--Coftons--Lightweight Wools $19.95 Values, Now $15.02 $25.00 Values, Now $18.75 $30.00 Values, Now $22.50 $35.00 Values, Now ., , $26.25 $40.00 Values, Now $30.00 $45.00 Values, Now $33.75 REDUCED PRICES ON ENTIRE STOCK HUNDREDS TO CHOOSE FROM Pleated and Plain Front Models $ 7.95 Val. ..S 5.96 $ 8.95 Val. ..$ 6.73 S 9.95 Val. ..S 7.47 S10.95Val. ..S 8.21 $11.95 Val. ..$ 9.26 $15.95 Val. ..$12.01 S17.95 Val. ..$13.52 $19.95 Val.. $15.02 $25.00 Val. ..$18.75 ENTIRE STOCK REDUCED MEN'! $5.00 Hats.... $3.75 $6.00 Hats .... $4.50 $6.50 Hats.... $4.98 $7.50 Hats .... S5.63 $10.00 Hats.. $7.50 $11.95 Hats ..$8.97 $15.00 Hats $11.25 $20.00 Hats $15.00

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