The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 30, 1947 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, June 30, 1947
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MONDAY, JUNE 30, 1947 BLTTHEVILU! (ARK.y COURIER NEWS PAGB Cancer Research Mission Started Reasons for Brazil Indians Immunity to Disease Arc Sought BV 1'AUI. F. KI.I.IS ,«mit«l I'ress Science Writer NEW/'t'ORK, June 30. (Ul>> — Arthur t£ Burks, 49-year-old colonel in the U. S. Marine Corps, left Saturday on a mission in memory of his dead wife—a mission to Brazil to determine, if ixvssible, \\~hy a certain tribe of Indians never hnvc cancer. Mrs. Burks died of cancer. These Indians are the Mun- diirncu Tribe. The live in the wild jungle urea, some ISflO miles inland from Rio DC Janeiro. Burks learned of this tribe of people who never have cnnccr after his wife died, and he visited the Indians last winter to make preparations for a more exhaustive mission. He wauls to collect some of the Indians' strange herbs and medicines; he wants to learn their habits; he wants to learn about their diets. He intends to bring all this infoi- . matioii hack nnd turn it, over to cancer experts In the hope that they can determine what causes Mnnduntcu Indians to be immune from cancer. Interviewed at Memorial Hospital, to which he is giving all the proceeds of his wife's book, "I Die Daily." colonel Burks said he was particularly eager to brins; hack some of the strange plants that the Indians use for food and medicine He left by boat and in Belem, Pali. Brazil, will meet Dr. Robert H>.*Mcin who will accompany him Into the jungle. Burks is a native of :jbshington state, and Meiii was bon^in Rio De Janeiro, the son of American missionaries. Tlie Mundurucu Indians, ^ free of cancer, do have tuberculosis and measles some years ago almos wiped out the tribe. 1 She Played With Matches".__ Stock News Gold was found in a mctcori which fell in New Mexico sevcra years ago. Misses Shirley and Jcncc WhiB- flclct have returned home ntlcr spending „ »-ee)c in Hnyll us Ruests ol Miss Barbara Sue WlngflcUt. Juck I'crry Ls »l home iifler ending ft »'r«k as guest of Ills grandmother, Mrs. Annie Quest. Mrs. Matlle Rice ol CovlUKlan, Tenn., Is guest of her slsler, Mia. Icln Stnilh. Mr. nnd Mrs. Byron Holly hiu'j returned liome after vacationing u week Iti Hot Springs. Fred I,. Kelly Ims enrolled nt Northwestern College In Chlcnuo for the Summer term. Mrs. Ollle Barnes and MLS. I.cwU Lester spent last week at Ilot Splllljjs. Mrs. Henry Khourc of rclultmm, Calif., nnd Mrs. Phillip Shopimn of Sun Pnnla, Brazil were e'lcs'.b for u brief time of Mr. i\nd Mrs. Sain Hftmni. Visits Australia Hlehaixi o, Pnxlon, seiiniuii first class, son of J. L. I'uxton of HI. :i, Blyllievllle, IIR.I visited Mrlljnui 'iw, AUKlrnlln, while serving uboiinl the llgtU cruiser USS Alliintu, the Nuvy siitil today. : v _ , j y,Two-year-old Gloria Latios, of Chicago, and her two brothers plajcd with matches in an empty, „ f packing case. RESULT: Cocooned in bandages, Gloria lies in pain in County Hospital. Her / • ~" "~~" ~ brothers were badly hurncd > too. ~ " "* Luxora News are touring Mexico. Miss Joan Bennett is here from Mr. and Mrs. Avcry Rush and P»nt. Mich., to spend the Summer children. Chandler, Nancy. Peter with her grandparents. Mr. ami and Ruth, were guests of Mr. | Mrs. Lee Umg. Rush's sisters, Mrs. Henry Spann | Miss Bobby Jean Davidson of and Miss Florence Uush, last week. Mrs. Doyle Ivy and son, John, of Batesvillc and Miss Verim Linc- barger of Memphis, have returned to their homes after visiting their mother, Mrs. Emma Nolan, nnd sister. Miss George Lincbarger. Mr. and Mrs. Hays Gowan and | children. Jnckie and Sue, svere visitors of Mrs, Gownn's mother, Mrs. Sue Brown. Sue Gowan remained for ail extended visit with her grandmother. Mr. and Mrs. Orover Driver motored to Joncsboro to visit Mrs. J. I. Mifilin, who returned home Saturday because of illness. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Bowcn and Mr. and Mrs. Russell Bowen are spending a week's vacation in Chicago. Detroit, Lansing and Canada. Mrs. T. F. Hudson and granddaughter, Miss'Wade McHenry, are on a three week's tour of Mexico. Miss Evn George with her cousins, Mr. and Mrs. George Shlbley of Copperhill, Tenn., and Miss Elizabeth shlblcy of New Madrid, Mo., Greenville, Miss., " is visiting^ her grandmother, Mrs. Hob Gillcsplc. Mr. nnd 'Mrs. William Johnson nnd daughter. Miss Christine Johnson, have returned from a visit with relatives In Wisconsin. Before returning, they visited in Chicago, j Illinois, and Canada. Miss Frances Liverant of St. l,ouis s!>ent the weekend with her parents, Mi-, and Mrs. Abe Liver- int. Miss Olcnn White has returned [loin n three week's visit with hei cousin, Miss Millc Olds, lit • Rlpley Tenn. Mrs. Bob Greeiv and grandson Michael Green, of Flint. Mich, lave arrived for a visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Owen. alls Five Stories MEMPHIS. Tenn., June 30. (UP —Oscar Mashbnrn, l!;i-ycar-oh .Ouks man, remained in ospitai here today following ve-story fall from the Commons iuilding at Arknnsns State Col- :gc yesterday. He suffered n fractured spine, roken leg and internal Injuries. College officials said Mashbnrn .•as nnt a student at Elie college ait was visiting friends. PflifflPiLIS Disappear Fast Four in Feuding Family Suffer Injuries; Two Helc deafened Peoplo May Now Hear Clearly Science 1ms now mndc It |)ossllili or (he deafened to hear faint ounds. ft Is a hearing device KO mall that It fits In the hand and enables thousands to enjoy sermons, misic and friendly companionship. Accepted by the Council on Physical Medicine of the American Medical Association.. This device does not require separate battery pack, hat- Lory wire, case or garment to IniHjc or weigh you down. The tone Is clear and powerful. So made that you can udjust It yourself to suit your hearing as your hearing changes. The makers of Hellone Dcpt. 143, 1450 W. l!HhSl.,Ohicag( 8, 111., nro so proud of their achievement that they will gladly semi free descriptive booklet nnd explain how you may net « full demonstration of this rer.-arltiiblc hearing device In your own home without risking n penny. Write Bcltoiic today. Make Your July 4th Picnic or Barbecue A Real Banquet! I'or a really Festive Fourth, there's nothing better than good foort e«teh out-of-doors. And, of course tjust n.i with Indoor eating), nothing better than good'wine to (o with ill ...,.].. Wine has a special harmony with most picnic foods, you'll find. (Wlrio and rhecM me mi old favorite, combliuitlon.) Or wine used to haste barbecued meats or chicken —nnnintnEiiL Your quests wilt want more of that dish. Hero's 11 recipe I hat may ulve you Ideus for summer entertaining. This sauce ii both eiisy to miikc—and delicious, on broiled red meats or chicken. WINE BARBECUE SAUCE Vj cup California red or while table UhuiMimly, Clinct, Buuleiuo or I Wine) .. \± cup Miliid oil 1 Ini'nt; unkuu, u ,'hlle table wlno 1 clove garlic, crushed Rhine 2 teaspoons snlt '/j teaspoon black or white pepper Dash of cayenne pepper Pinch of thyme, mar Jot am or rosemary Combine In order i;lvct., KlIrrliiK until unit la dL^olvtd. Let stand- several hours or overnight. Use to baiite or bni-'Ji over nu'iU, tipplylng often ant. KcnerouMy during the broiling period. This MUICO uuiy be kepi for several dixy.s. (In thixt case, it Is best to remove Kiulle ntlcr -4 hours.) And lure'.! » ..nn.p.Li.u ot Ihc ninny new special vMuen in fine vines that wa'rs fetturlnj Jusi iiuw: .', j ^ ~witk STURDY NATIONAL WINDOW GUARDS Tfieift ihjrdy and dependable National .Window Guards will l«ep your horn* secure every second of the night and day. They actually beautify your homo whil» •furnUK-ng a itronq barrier agatnit prowlers or burglers . . . y«r are economically priced io fit your budget. I Phone today and let us give you «fi •itirnat«. ' " ~ • A DEAL'S PAINT STORE "Your Wallpaper style Center" : ^fclCD East Main St. I'houe 1G3 MOUNT JULIF/T, Term , Jim 2C. (U.P.) -Sheriff swing Atkln son today searched for f ono of th four wounded men in n fcudin family who staged a- gun hattl across the ' kitchen table ht>r Saturday. I 'All four were taken to Lcbano Hospital after the rmoothn; In later Harlc Dcwecse. 29, "ju, walked away from the hospital. That was before the sheriff de- icided what charges to place ns n ijm- I result of the shooting sprcj that alarmed the countryside. Two of the men, David Rippetoe, 67, nnd Hownrd Rippeloc, 33, have since been transferred from tlie hospital to the jail. Tlw fourth, Walter Dcwcese. 64. is in serious condition at the hospital. Three Enlist in Army tfnU.slmcnt of two Mississippi CounUans .inc. j\ Mi.ssourlan was nmounccd twlny by Staff. Script. Don O. Seal ol the Avniy RecruH- ng Station hero. Lcou R. Polls, .son of Mrs. Eileen Polls of iilyLlievillc. cnllstccl for three years in Ihc First Cavalry Division ami Jnmcs M. Lane, son of End M. Lnnn of Stcelc. Mo , enlisted for three years In Ihc Corps nf Engineers. Theltlcr E. Tillcry, son of Mo tune Ti- TUlcry of Roselnn.l, enlisted for 1C months and Is un- assiyned. drug Read Courier News Want Ads. Evers Still in Hospital DETROIT, June 30. (UP)—Outfielder Walter (Hoot) Evers of the Detroit Tigers still wns utidcr observation at Henry Ford Hospital today but preliminary diagnosis indicated that he was not seriously injured yesterday when hit in the head by u pitched ball. Evers, who missed most of last ncnson with injuries, was hcaned by Bob Muncricf of the St. Louis Bio\viis in the seventh inning of a game yesterday and wns taken from the field unconscious. He regained consciousness, however, before reaching the hospital. WHY GET UP NIGHTS DUE TO KIDNEYS? HUSH THEM OUT THIS DOCTMTS WAY * Hyoii ftt up ntuMs — hnvc frequent tic- sire to pan your water—Imt hnvc only , seemly pasiafiei—yei, and have Imcknclic, I due to cxeeM acidity In the urine, be glnd ytm're rending Ihli: Three generatlcmt 0[o Dr. Kilmer, n Tarn nut doctor, found hand red • of liii R ntlenti with thli trouble. IVmstakingly e made • medicine of 16 hctbs, roots, vcgetablet, bnlstimt—Nature's own way In relief. He called it "Swamp-Root" niul mill ton t of grateful men *nd women liavc taken it—often with nmarlnK results. Swamp-Root (orf r!*ht to wo E k to f1u«h our kidneyt . I . mere aw? flow of ne, hrlplnt relieve excen acidity . . - au the irritated Dladder cet* • good fluiliLng out, too. Many report letting a good night's steep after the fir»t few doses. Caution: take a* directed. For free trial *iipply, send to Dcpl. T, Kihner flk Co.,'Inc.. Don 1355. Stflinford, Conn. Or—jet full*tizcd bottle of Swamp- Roct today at your drufitore. 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HALTER'S Qualify Shoe ,Shop WH£N EVBKYTHIHG RUNS SMOOTHLY A crank)', troublesome car can ruin a perfect vacation. tMakc sure your car is in A-l comlilion Ijcfore you start off for vacationland. Drive in today and let our expert staff check your car from bumper to bumper. Tune up the motor, adjust the brakes, change oil—do everything so important to your car's "health" and your happiness and safety. CMC TRUCKS PHONE 519 OLDSMOBILE LEE MOTOR SALES INCORPORATED a sign of three dimensions - HUDSON FINISH BETTER CLEANING 8-HOUR SERVICE We AJso Offer: ALTERATIONS TAILORING DYE WORK HAT CLEANING HUDSON CLEANER CLOTHIER . . TAILOR 320 West Main St. BlytrnrilU, Ark. Plram2612

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