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OCTOBKR 4, 19S6 BLTTHErTLLH (ARK.)' COURIER PAGE THKE1 Brain Wave Study Offers Clue to Mental Disease By FRANK CAREY AI 1 Science Reporter CHICAGO (AP) — A possible clue to the cause of some types of epilepsy, cerebral palsy, spastic paralysis and feeblemindedness was reported today by a team of University of Illinois researchers. Dr. Frederic A. Gibbs and two colleiigues said new findings with a "brnin wave" machine suggest the possibility that certain neurological disorders of unknown tau.se roay be late results of common virus infections of childhood, such as measles, mumps and whooping cough. They reported to the 24th annual meeting ot' the American Academy of Pediatrics. The new studies "re-emphasize the need for finding" improved preventive measures for common viral infections of childhood." Dr. Gibbs told a reporter, adding- Some Advances M:ule "Some important advances already have been made. And recent advances in the prevention of polio justify hope that prevention in the whole field of viral diseases will eventually be greatly improved." The researchers said they had found evidence that encepbulitis, or brain infection, commonly occurs in "supposedly uncomplicated cases" of measles and other prevalent virus infections of childhood. The evidence showed up. they aaid. in "brain wave machine" studies of 700 children at Chicago's Municipal Contagious Disease Hospital. They said that "fortunately" the number of cases in which the brain infection persists is small. But they added that in such per-; sistent cases, convulsive seizures and neurological defects may show; up several years or more after the child has recovered from his measles or other childhood virus disease. In their report—made at a scientific exhibit at the academy meeting—the researchers said: "By studying: different types of I'irus infection and working with the youngest age groups it may be possible to pin the blame for some t3T3es of epilepsy, cerebral palsy, spastic paralysis and feeblemindedness on virus infections occurring in childhood." They said the "brain wave" machine offers a valuable aid to DOING THEIR GOOD DEED—Food, clothing and bedding for Hood victims are gathered by these two Boy Scouts in New York City. Their troop joined in widespread relief efforts to aid the homeless and dispossessed in the northeastern United States. Reporter Is Jailed Briefly On Contempt of Court Charge SANTA ROSA. Calif. (,-?) —Jack Howard. San Francisco Chronicle labor ni;ws reporter, was jailed briefly yesterday for his refusal to obey a judge's order to answer Questions regarding sources of information for stories he had written. The questions were asked during an injunction suit hearing in a such work, because, for one thing "It makes the cerebral disorder evident, even when it is in a clinically silent phase." l>-that ciat SAVE BY THE I Oth OF THE MONTH AND EARN FROM THE FIRST. TEN EXTRA DAYS TO YOUR CREDIT! Save any amount ;il any time—1ml keep it workin« for you. Snvines here earn more, — are safely insured,, and ready ichen needed. Current Dividend Rote 3% Blytheville Federal Savings & Loan Association 200 N. 2nd St. PKone 3-4553 labor dispute. Shortly aiier Howard was jailed. the 3rd District Appellate Court in Sacramento granted his attorney's petition for a writ of habeas corpus and ordered his release on S10,00( bail. Hearing on the writ was se' for Oct. 21. While he was in custody, How ard wrote his own version of the case under the dateline "Sonoma County Jail." Attorneys for two apple-processing plan is which seek an injunction against the AFL Teamsters Union were quizzing Howard on the stand about statements he had attributed to a union agent in his newspaper accounts of the team sters strike in the Sebastopol apple growing area. One attorney, Nathan R. Berke, sought Howard's sworn testimony that teamster organizer Peter An drade had advised a union to observe officially a temporary .straining order granted by the Superior Court earlier in the dispute, but then had added: "As individual American citizens anyone lias the right to refuse to handle hot apples and we're telling this to all union members in the West." Howard claimed the right to refuse to answer, under a 20-year-oIc California law which protects a newspaper reporter from being held in contempt for refusing to disclose sources of information procured for publication and published in a newspaper. Superior Judge Charles J. McGoldrick directed him to answer, warning he would be adjudged in contempt otherwise, but Howard still refused and was ordered into custody. topol plants some time ago in an organizing campaign, and several incidents of violence have been re ported. The companies seek to make permanent the temporary court order which forbade carrying out or a boycott against plant products. San Francisco Publisher Dies SAN FRANCISCO {&)— George T. Cameron, who started his career as a newspaper earner boy and was publisher of the San Francisco Chronicle 30 years, died yesterday. He was 82. Cameron had returned to an ac-i tive role in direction of the Chron- | icle after recovering from a series of operations six years ago. He was stricken by a heart attack as his car arrived outside the Chronicle building. Pie died an hour later in St. Luke's Hospital. . 7 Rooms -2i Baths -Beautiful 160' Lot! LIVING AREA 2245 Sq. Ft. PLUS SCREENED PORCH! PERFECT CONDITION — OVER 130 SQ. YDS. OF THE BEST CARPETING — DRAPES STORM WINDOWS — DISPOSAL — ECT. This Incomparable Lot Cannot Be Duplicated! FOR SALE AT A REDUCED PRICE BY The David family enjoyed a reunion Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bob J. David in West Memphis. The dinner was served from a long table, centered with an arrangement of autumn flowers in shades of rose and blue. Present, for the dinner were Mr. and Mrs. Lee David, Mr. and Mrs. J. ,H David, and Mr. and Mrs. Claude Grain of Manila; Mr. and Mrs. Amos David, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. David, Jr., and daughter of Caraway, Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Bixler, Murk and Pat of Memphis; Mr. and Mrs. Bass Shoasand daughter, Twinka, Mr. and Mrs. David Bowden, and son Jimmie, Mrs. Earl Bowden and daughter, Mrs. Dora May Bradley and daughters. Edna and Mary Alice, Mrs. Elmer Lindsey, all of Covinton, Tenn. News has been received from several Manila students who are attending Arkansas State at Jonesboro. During rush week, Gilbert Wayne Taylor pledged to Sigma Pi, Larry Horner to Pi Kappa Alpha. Miss Mildred Johnston, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Rice A. Johnston, was selected as a member of the Arkette Choral group following a week of auditions. Billie Davidson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Davidson, played center in the football game Saturday night with Lewis College of Lockport, 111., Arkansas State won the game, 21 to 6. been a patient for several weeks. Mrs. Bobby Scott and son, Bobby Dean, returned home to Ft. Jackson, S. c.. Tuesday where Pvt. Bobby Scoto, expects to be stationed a year. Mrs. D. Moore, the former Miss Glenda Williams, was honored with a miscellaneous bridal shower at the home of Mrs. Jerome Gray, Tuesday night, Sept. 27. A number of games were enjoyed by the group directed by Miss Bar-1 bara Williams, Prizes were won by Mrs. Willis LaGrande, Mrs. G. L. Chapman, Mrs. Herman Williams, and Mrs. Hite Boling. Miss Linda Wagner, Mrs. Jerome Gray and Miss Barbara Williams j presented the honoree with her i gifts. After the gifts were viewed! by the 19 guests, Mrs. Buddy La-' Grande registered them in the bride's book. Favors of miniature bride's books were placed on the plates. Miss Wanda McWilliams, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Chester McWilliams, was elected pianist for the Baptist Student Union of Southern Baptist College at Walnut Ridge. Wanda is a 1955 gradaute of the Manila High School and is now a Liberal Arts student at Southern. Mrs. John Hudson was brought home from the Baptist Hospital in Memphis this week where she has PPG Hobby Bozanh, son of Mrs. Lawrence Timberlake, received his discharge from the Army Sept. 21. Hf came? home from Pt. Dix, N. J., where he has been stationed over a year. Accompanying: him home were three of his buddies from camp, PFC Eulon Moody of Heber Spri'^.s. PFC John Martin of Scoir.sbui-f.;, Va., and PFC Raymond Coho D! Kamah, N. M. Charles Caery and Kenneth Ca'Tv, .sous pf Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Carry of Manila, have enrolled at California Baptist College, Riv- cr.sidc, Calif. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Davidson spent Sunday aHcrnoon in Jonesboro vis- itiny their son and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Billie Davidson. The FFA boys and the PHA Girls sponsored by Mrs. Leo Cum- minijs and L. K. Holt, attended the Mid-South fair in Memphis Tuesday. Mark Rubensleiri, Blenda Sweet, Citron McCann. Debby Gregory, Allen Wayne McCullough, John Benson and Pereston Tate were enrolled in the Lutheran Kindergarten in Blyiheville, Monday. Pvt. Bill Pulliam. husband of the former Geraldine Holt, left Tuesday night for Ft. Sill, Okla., his ne\v .station. He visited his wife and family a few days on his way from Washington to his new location, Mr. and Mrs. Bigem Bass returned to their home in Peoria, 111., after a two-week vacation spent with Mrs. Vera Burrow and children. Rev. Harold Spence, pastor of the Methodist Church, announced Sunday that the Methodist Churches throughout Arkansas and Louisiana will participate in . World- Wide Communion Sunday, October 2. according to Bishop Paul E. Martin, head of the two-state area of the Methodist Church. A special offering for the Fellowship of Suffering and Service will be taken, and half of the offering: \vill <:o to the Methodist Committee for Overseas Relief. Twenty-five per cent will be given to the Commission on Chaplains, and 25 per cent to the Commission on Camp Activities. World-Wide Communion Sunday has been an annual observance of the Methodist Church since 1940. y afternoon a£ her p«rente' home. Fourteen little gucsta enjoyed the i game directed by Misses Oanna and ' Hurvella Hlgglns. Mast of the afternoon was spent riding Paillette's new pony, a birthday gift from her parents. Those who helped Paulette celebrate her birthday were Sharon Johnson, Siiawna Johnson, Phil Carter Marilyn Carter, Danny Robbins, Orna Jean Robbins, Tommy Davis, Barbara Dacus. Joan Douglas, Elizabeth Ellen Towles, Michael White. Margaret Ann Crabtree, and Debbie McWilliams. Miss Mai-tie Walker, daughter ot Mr. and Mrs. Martin Walker, who has been visiting the past two weeks in Little Rock, returned home Sunday. She was accompanied home by Mrs. Walker's sister, Mrs. Harry L. Sauce, and husband. Capi Sauce, and sons. Mike and Sonny. The Sauces have just recently re- j turned from three years in England i Also visiting the Walkers were her j parents and brother, Mr. and Mrs. j M. L. Wiggs of Chalybeat, Miss., and Charles Wiggs of Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. Dallas Tarver and son, Darrel, and Mrs. Clyde Jolii'f. i were visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Jack | Tarver of Trunumn Sunday. Jim DeSpatn returned home re- j mi try from Meford,,Ore., where he .spent his vacation with his daughter. Mrs. Loretta Branam and family.' J. E. Reams returned Tuesday iroiii Little Rock hospital where he had some work done on his eyes. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Gol'ips and daughter phyliss of Caraway were week end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hoe. Mrs. Donald Marlsum and son, Curtis, ',vho have 'been visiting her parent*. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Brewer, returned to their home Friday at Michawanka, Ind. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Dobbins and family arrived last week from LaPort, Ind., to visit his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Austin Dobbins. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Bassett and daughter of Bloom ing ton, 111., visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. ALbert Bassett of Milligan, and her mother, Mrs. Alice Hodge of Lepanto. Ark. Rev. Clarence Edmoiision, formerly of Manila and former pastor of the Blackwater church, has en- roiled at the California Baptist College at Riverside, Calif. Rev. Edmonston will also serve as dean of men. Miss Paulette Robbins, daughter 01 Mr. and Mrs. Paul Robbins, celebrated her seventh birthday, Fri- Mrs. A- Pendlcr, Mrs. W. Q. Roach, Mrs. Phil Benson, Mrs. Mackie Fk-eman, and Mrs. E. E. Byrd were in Memphis Tuesday. A ways carry fast-acting Turns for top-speed relief from acid indigestion. No water needed. No waiting. terms OodlOf = rot T« TUMMr Fabulous; 21-DIAMOND WEDDING^ BAND / 200 1 Perfectly Mai FULL YEAR H 1^ t Men! Drnifiis® Wnar 31WESTJMS S Private Typing Lessons THROUGH OCTOBER To The Purchaser of a New Portable or Standard Model Typewriter $ DOLLAR SPECIALS S No-Bio Letter Trays Keeps letters in Perfect Order. RfG. $3.00 VALUE 1 Eversharp Ballpoint Pens Nationally Advertised $1 00 fo sell for $J,49 | OFFICE MACHINES AND A COMPLETE LINE OF OFFICE SUPPLIES SALES - SERVICE RENTALS DON EDWARDS CO. 20 Years Continuous Seryice in the Blytheville Area 112 W. Walnut Mrs. Don Kdwards, Owner Phone .M3S2 They went especially to visit Mrs. John 'Hudson who Is in the Baptist hospital and E. E. ijyrd who Is tUso in the saint' hospital. Mrs. Benson ;{iive Wood for Mrs. Hudson. Mrs. Byrd remained over lo be with her husband who underwent surgery Wednesday. viU«. B. A. Lynoh ot Myttw- Mr. and Mrs. Roy Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Nok'ii Bullinger and Mr. and Mrs. elxmard Phillips had as their guests over the weekend tht'ir mother, Mrs. R. N. Smith, iheir sister, Mrs. Vinct-nt Schaumaker, and husband and Mr. and Mrs. Gussy Sehaurmiker, all ol St. Louis. Mr. and Mrs. Vance Wadcicll ot Imboden, Ark. were Sunday guests of Mr. Wadriell'.s parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. V. Waddell of the Blackwater Community. Fred Justis of the University ol Alabama visited Mr. and L. V. Wad- deU Thursday. He was called home because of the serious illness oi his mother, Mr.s. Barney Justis oi Leach ville. William Fox, a lumber ot" the Arkansas Industrial Panel, went to Little Rock to attend the panel's first meeting. Two other members from Mississippi County are Ben P. Butler of , Rev. Harold Spence, pastor of UM Methodist church, and V. B. Ov* born, lay leader of the local church, will attend a special sewlon of ttx two Methodist Conferences in Ar* { kunsas, Oct. G in North Little Hoc* to consider establishing a Methodist headquarters building in Littl« Rock. According to Bishop Paul •!.. Martin, who called the special »efiilon», the North Arkansas Conference will be held at 10:30 a.m. at the Gardner Memorial Methodist church* North Little Rock, and the Uttls Rock Conference, at 1:00 p.m., a* First Methodfct church in Littte Rock. FALSE TEETH That Loosen Need Not Embarnm Many wearer* «c felw tc«tfe h»n sutfered real embarrassment b*c*\m their plate dropped, slipped Of wobbled at Just the wrong lime. Do no* live in fear of this happening to you. Just sprinkie •, little PASTEE7H. tbt alkaline (non-acid) powder, ba jour plutes. Hold false teeth more flnnly. BO they feel more comfortable. Dow not sour, checfcs "plate odor" (denture breath). Get FASTEETH K Miff drug counter. SAVE CASH INSTEAD OF BUYING TRADING STAMPS! \Vhen a cash and carry grocer handling trading 1 stamps claim* that stamps are "free"— don't believe it: He can't absorb the cost of stamps and stay in business — so, he recovers their cost in higher prices for items not usually advertised. Safeway's policy is to keep everyday groRcry prices at least 3% below those of "trailing stamp grocers." This means hip cash savings to Sufe\viiy customers. And Safeway *s weekly special* mean more cash savings. This ad effective Wednesday, Oct. 5th Glen Airc Flavorful Sections £ GRAPEFRUIT Highway Cut; Sweet and Tender SWEET POTATOES 14f Pride of III. Cream Style White or GOLDEN CORN - 14* Highway, Cream Style, White or GOLDEN CORN 2 V H( Libby's Brand Crushed PINEAPPLE %.' 24? S 29? 2 E 29? Lalani, Fancy Crushed PINEAPLE Libby Green, Tender Beam LIMA BEANS Highway Green and White LIMA BEANS Domino or Godchaux Brown or XXXX SUGAR Domino or Godchaux CANE SOGAR 10 £ 90? PONT FORGET! ^iTcuay nil! mevl the ;,,.,<-sl ailvcrlisi-d price of every competitor— item liv item, day lij- day— in Illythcvillc. Quality considered. HAIRYJfETCH Oregon or Arkansas Grown PMA SPECIFICATIONS Place Your Order Now Blytheville Soybean Corp. 1800 W. Main Phone 3-685« G. 0. POETZ OIL CO. FUEL OIL _ u | Sell That Stuff" _ v Rhone 2-2089 v Visit Conny'i Con»co S«wc«, Atfc Ik Dfofetai

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