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THURSDAY, JULY 30, 1953 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Effects of Gamma Globulin Will be Evaluated by US By FRANK CAREY AP Science Reporter « ..WASHINGTON (AP) — The Public Health Service announced today the launching o olio "mis" C00perative research effort 'o evaluate the use o£ gamma globulin agains But a health service official said to. an Interview the studies ave expected to show only to wlial extent gamma globulin can reduce the severity of paralysis in persons * who have been inoculated with the material but still come down with polio. The official, Dr. David Price, assistant • surgeon general, said it Was not expected that the studies would demonstrate any evidence one way or the other as to whether use of gamma globulin 1 has been effective in reducing the number of polio cases which might otherwise have occurred. Temporary Effects Gamma globulin is the blood derivative which the health service said "was shown in tests last year to have some temporary effects in modifying or preventing the paralysis of polio." It has been put into rather extensive use for the first time this year. Commodity And Stock Markets— Until now, there has been not study designed to evaluate what effect the use of the material has had on the polio picture. The health service announcement said: .•:• "Multiple case households—those TRUCE Continued from Page 1 In which two or more cases of polio occur—will be chosen for special study. In addition, all cases of polio in selected epidemic areas will be investigated." The announcement did not list the selected epidemic areas. Insurance Hike Opposed LITTLE ROCK (m — The Arkansas Public Expenditures Council las asked Congress to postpone a boost in federal old age and survivors insurance rates of from I'/, per cent to 2 per cent. Dr. George S. Benson, president of the council, said yesterday that he Arkansas delegation in Congress was asked to support — or if necessary initiate — a resolution hat would postpone the increas- until further studies are made policing a truce and arbitrating vio latlons, met for an hour and 1 minutes, then recessed until Fri day. Bryan said U. N. officers on joint observer teams which will police the 2(i-mlle-wide buffer zone will meet for the first time with their Red counterparts Friday. Bryan said t h e commission picked Saturday as the tentative date for the first meeting of the Neutral Nations Supervisory Commission. He said the Bed's informed him that Polish and Czech officers "are on the way down" through North Korea from Peiping. Swedish and Swiss officers are camped near Munsan. New York Cotton Open High Low Close 3381 3408 3430 3434 Oct 3387 3388 3381 Dec 34H 3417 3411 Nov 3435 3437 3431 May 3440 3441 3436 New Orleans Cotton Open High Low Close Oct 3386 3386 3378 3376 Dec 3415 3415 3407 3404 Nov 3437 3438 3430 3428 May 3437 3439 3432 3429 Chicago Corn High Low Close Sep 148 3 4 147% Dec 139:>i 138% Chicago Whcor High Low Close Sep IDS?.'! 196'ii 198 Dec 204% 202% 204 1 /; Chicago Soybeans High Low Close Sep 257 2551,4 156',i> Nov 248 3 i 2« 2481/, Jan 251 >/ 4 249 >/ 2 251 Mar 253!b 252 253 Hew York Stocks A T and T 154 5-S Amer Tobacco 76 7-8 Anaconda Copper 33 3-8 Beth Steel S3 Chrysler 71 1-8 Coca-Cola 114 Gen Electric 721-2 Gen Motors 593-8 Montgomery Ward 58 7-8 N Y central 24 Int, Harvester 27 3-4 J C Penney 69 1-4 Republic Steel 49 Radio Eocony Vacuum . Studcbaker Standard of N J Ttxas Corp . .. Sears U S Steel Sou Pac 24 5-8 34 7-8 30 1-2 74 56 3-8 58 7-8 39 44 1-4 3/orfge« Is Subject Of Magazine Article Blytheville Mayor Dan Blodget this month is featured in the mag zine "Arkansas Municipalities" the "personality of the month." A full page, along with a plctur of Mayor Blodgett, Is devoted t the first full-time executive here The magazine, published in Littl Rock, contains news of interest t municipal governments and officer in the state. Fire Hits Little Rock LITTLE ROCK W — Fire whicl spread through three-fourths of i block before firemen could get se to combat it wiped out a larg lumber company and two othe business establishments here las night. About a dozen firemen were overcome by heat, smoke and ex haustion, two of them requiring hospitalizatlon. Read Courier News Classified Ad, Livestock NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, 111. I.-P) — (USDA) — Hogs 5,500: trade active: barrows and gilts 190 Ib up 50-80 lower; lighter weights 5025.60 yesterday; considerable sprinkling choice 200-220 Ib 25.1525; top 25.35 sparingly: scattered sale; 250-270 Ib 24.50-85; heavier weights scarce: choice 180-190 Ib 24.50-25.00; 150-170 Ib 22.00-24.25 120-140 Ib 19.00-21.25 few 100-110 Ib 17.00-18.00; sows 400 Ib down mostly 20.50-22.00: few light sows 22.25; heavier sows 18.00-20.00. Cattle 2,000, calves 1,200; little done early on steers and heifers; cows, bulls and vealers opening steady; utility and commercial cows largely 10.50-13.00; canners and cutters 7.50-10.50; utility and commercial bulls 11.00-13.50; canner and cutter bulls 8.00-10.50; few prime vealers to 24.00; good and choice largely 17.00-22.00; utility and commercial 12.00-16.00. POOLE'S TALENTS — The crossed-legs-on-ship's-rail pose is the traditional ship-news photo mid cornel. Pat Poole clung to tradition when =hs recently arrived in New York after a European vacation. The 22-year-old Charlotte, N. C., lass is a June Taylor dancer. ; for the COURIER NEWS in Osceola, call BILLY BEALL, 567-M Revival Under Way Revival services will be held at the Full Gospel Church, Lilly and Vine, the remainder of this week and possibly next week, the Rev. Bernard Brackin, evangelist, said yesterday. Services are being held | at 8 o'clock each night. PAGE FIVB HE TAKES THE CAKE—Jim Kirbyson, of Philadelphia Pa an icehouse worker, finds another use for his employer's product' as he beats heat by reclining on cakes of ice while he eats lunch' UN AIDc - Kep: trances P. Bolton (R., Ohio) is a new U. S. representative to the UN General Assembly which convenes in New Vork in September. Mrs. Bolton is at present a member of the important House of Representatives Foreign Affairs Committee. Negro Church Convention Set Mayor Dan Blodgett, Chancello. V. Leon Smith, and Bruce Ivy Dsceola attorney, will speak at the •elcoming program of the annua WvIE Sunday School, A.C.E ,eague and Women's Missionary OCiety convention of the Jones oro Dislrict next Thursday nighl t Neminh Temple, Second and lathis Streets. The program will be presided ver by A. E. Lester, vocational raining Director at Harrison High chool. Dr. W. M. H. Quinn, presiding Ider of the district, will supervise three-day meeting. The convention will be highlighted by an address by Bishop W. R. Wilkes of Atlanta, Ga. Slight Tremor Is Recorded PAYETTEVILLE W — Seismologist Jim Case at the University of Arkansas said an earthquake of mild intensity was recorded on the seismograph here at 12:21 p.m. yesterday. Case said the tremors lasted 30 inutes and were located 1,900 miles south of here — in Central America. Toft Reported Unchanged Obituaries Dies in Wilson WILSON — Services for Mrs. Helen Mullins, 76. who died last night at her home in Wilson, will be conducted at 9 a.m. tomorrow at the Wilson Methodist Church by the Rev. Sam G. Watson. Another service will be held at 3 p.m. Friday at First Baptist "ihurch in Cleveland, Miss. Burial 'ill be in Lehrton Cemetery in iuleville, Miss. Born in Ruleville, she spent most if her life in Sunflower County Miss. She had lived in Wilson the )ast three years, and was a life long hurch worker. Survivors are two sons, Alfred lerman Mullins of Osceola and Carl p. Mullins of Toledo, O.; a daughter, Mrs. R. L. McPeak of Cleveland; eight grandchildren and ix great-grandchildren. Soptssts Hear Rev. Holc'en The General Baptist, District unday School. B. T. U., usher board, and Musical Congress heard an educational sermon delivered at this morning's session by Rev L. A. Holden. This evening at 8:30, Dr. R. S. ACCUSED IN ROBBERY _ Harold McKean, 23, of Wichita, Kas., will be tried July 20 in tin $19,000 holdup of the Citizens Bank and Trust Co. of Van Burcn, Ark. McKean and Charles Daugherty, 20, also of Wichita, are accused oi' robbery and assault \vltl' intent to kill in connection with the daylight robbery last July 1. The assault charge is a result of the pistol whipping of Bank President David T. Bryant by the bandits. (AP Photo) NEW YORK IJI - The condition «,™ S CTen " B , atf8 , :30 ' Dr ' K - S. of Sen. Robert A. Tuft was report-1 Sholty ' p , esldcnt °f 'he State Coned "relatively unchanged" today. 8 '' ess ' v;l11 be the Buest speaker. He had taken a turn for the worse Tuesday, but was described as resting comfortably yesterday. A bulletin today from New York Hospital, where he recently underwent an exploratory operation in connection with a hip ailment, said: 'Sen. Taft's condition The meeting opened yesterday with Rev. J. w. Speight, Osceola, presiding. The congress will dismiss tomorrow. relatively unchanged. He Is resting comfortably and continues to have remains "° pain." TALL LOOKOUT—This might look like a radio station antenna, but it is only a watchtower which the Russians use as part of their Iron Curtain. The tower is on the German-Czech border and is about 100 feel high. LABOR AIDE — Harrison C. Hobart, of Houston, Tex., has been nominated by President Eisenhower to be Assistant Secretary of Labor. Hobart is a former vice president of the Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers. He succeeds Philip J. Kaiser who resigned. DEAN OF THE HOUSE- Rep. Robert Grosser, Democrat from Ohio, is the new denn of the House of Representatives. A former professor of law at Baldwin Wallace College -at Berea, O., Rep. Grosser has served 19 terms in the House. Meteoric Month November Is one of the best months for observing meteors since, each year during this month, we pass through several swarms of these particles. .djournment Delay? WASHINGTON (/I')—Rep. Cooper (D-Tenn) said today adjournment of Congress, scheduled this weekend, lias been postponed until "the debt situation is clarified." He said the House Ways and Means Com- mitee will hold hearings on the matter Monday. Cooper is senior Democrat on the committee. Chairman Reed (R-NY) was not Immediately available. TO CitKIYIANY - waiwi C, Dowling has been appointed U. S. deputy high commissioner for Germany. The career diplo- ; mat succeeds Samuel Rebel, who is retiring irorn the £cc- eiifn service. Negro Deaths Arthetia SneeJ Graveside services for Arthetia Sneed. four-months-old daughter of McKir.ley and Savannah Lee Bneed vho died at the parents' home lere last night, were conducted .his morning at Sandy Ridge Cemetery by Rev. Cleveland Sharkley. She also is survived by two rothers, McKinley, Jr.,.and Jerry >ee: and a sister, Leola. Horne Funeral Home was in charge. HEARING SERVICE J. C. 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