The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 7, 1947 · Page 9
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 9

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, August 7, 1947
Page 9
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THURSDAY, AUGUST 7, 19<17 BI/rTHKVILLR (ARK.V COURIER NEW8 PAGE NINE Polio Foundation Distributes Funds Agency Will Spend Nearly $1,000,000 For Research in U. S. NEW YORK, All?. 7. (UP> — The NuiioiiiV'. Foundation for In- fniiLilc Pnralysis nnnouiK'nl loclnv llml 59:8,172 will he di.Unbnted among 2' 'n-ilUiilioiis lo fee usi'it for research to aid in prevention and cure of poliomyelitis. 'Bisil O'Connor, president of tlic foundation, nimoimrecl taat vim:; research projects will receive S28I,- 8:0; $'81,351 pill Ije spoilt tor ve- :>earch on the alter-effects yf polio; S411.232 will KO on odiiL'.Ui:in programs and the r cm a i-i i n $30,740 will lie expended on special investigations of epidemics anc initlie health. The University of Pcnnsylvanit will receive S!C3,C(M for a five-ye.n .study of the metabolic pi-(x.'e:ssos of nerve ce'l.s to itclennine II polio vin:s affccl.s processes Ke-.v Ytjr'K University will euro on a project ;o search for cliom- ienl a^enls cupuhle of preventin; or euritiR polio. The Children's Mc.spHal iti Ti:;S' ton »nd the Unlversll;,' of c.ih- fornia Medical School will co'i- duel fivo - year .studies Oil the growth rate of extremities affected by polio. These studies are intended to form a basis for development, of more effective surgical procedures. A Deep Srno«e McClellan Suggests Forrestal As Truman Running Mate in '48 MTTI 1>: HOCK, All:.. AilR. 7. tUI>l — U. S. Senator John L Mc"el an. back in Arkiiiiuis for the 'irst time In eii;hl months, loday named iS^ereliiiy ol nc.vnse j.imcs W. Fni-nvsli-.l tis the must, likely DemocTullc vice presidential 'cuu- didaie al the present lime, .VeClellan said that President Hurry TniMviu \sil. "ot course" head the Democratic ticket and ait! 'I believe l-'orrc.slal 1^ I he man to be metuiunetl for the In a Chicago police siatlon eel], Joseph liartynix, 2V, taxes a deep smoke after, police say. lie rontesscd to the killing of :i 1-2-year old Cliarley Bradley. Bnriynik was released from prison hist ,no:,th alter n year term for molestii-s a little i;irl. (NliA Telep'iolo.i Big Aircraft Carrier, l/SS Leyte, Expected to Dock at Greek Ports rest to dale.", he pnint- e<l out thiit he was not iiiakh),? nny eomm'.tmenl.s. Tne senior senator ol At^misHS refusert to ecmment on his lu- ture poiitiea] plans but predicted IhiU luture proposals u> pnur utl- dilional ini'llons of Aim'rh'im <lol- lar.s down the "ml hole" of European aid may meet hunter sled • tlinti in tlie next .session ol Con- e.rcss. lie : - oiidrinned as "inconsistent" the U. S, policy r,l aiding nvissian satolhte natkui.s by appropriating Sl.ana.oco.Oin for tiu'lr aid since V- .1 nay iuid then 10:11:1113 fiveecc and Tin key S100 0:10.0110 lo be used in combatlini' Communism. McClrllmi predk-ieit tliat Demo- eratie fllibn.ster.s will be hronyht I into piny c:irly in i.he next session of Coni;vess n.s Repuhllran nembers renew their eftorts to re,'lye their anti-'.yiu'li, anti-poll .ax or fair employment practices e.rjislalUm. Hie sai<l Dial unle.~s the Republicans are .sucres:;rul 111 amending Senate procedural riiles, the filibuster will be .successful. M?aruvHile. in Faycl tevillo. Ar- nsns' junior senalor. .1. William r'nlbright, said ho was not "too disapiwlnted" sv |, on prcsldcuL Tni- iniin yesterday pwket-veloed the niilloiud .science lotnutntloii bill which he hud helped lo sponsor. "The hill as tlmilly passed had nt least two feut\ires I did not like, FulbiiRhl said. "1 helliwe we can pats n belter bill next lime." ile siiid he believed such a measure, which is designed to promote sclciiiilie study In Ihe eouulry, is veiy ncee.wavy to our iintlonnl dele, HOME CANNING'S 2 - piece metal lid Other 'instill;! ions re. coiviiu: i prant.s include tlv Umver^:;y of Icinciiinnli; Nm-thwcvilc'rn L'niversi- y; Massachuselts General llospial: Meliiiny Medical Collie, .'ashvitle, Tenn.; Jnlms lln;>'ti:is .Icdicp.l School; Washington Uni- cr.sity Met!i?:d 3rny School of Mrfirine and Ihe University of 'iVnr.i ssee. ' WASHINGTON, Allq. 7. (UI>> — The Illi;; U. S. ' iilrcrnll CTITicr [Lejlc. "undoubtedly" will visit :Orcck and Turkish waters tlunus; its Mediterranean tour. Aclm. Richard L. Conolly sr\i t i today. Couolly. cotn:napdqi.-:-of naval k.-rcos ii\ t]ie Eastern Atlantic niul the Mcdilcrninean. told :\ nmvs umferencc a definite date :or Hie lo II:, native Maori rare vas ba.'.ecl on "mutual uinleistaiidlnii. n:ual nriHirhinlly and responsibility and Irleiiilly cunperallin." Mrs, Ware .siiid ehureli workers in New Ze'and ,stro\ r e to i:ive the \voi-;,! eoniinunlly both raclallv and nationally. Continuity, she ' ;aul, has been developed 111 part l,y co- oriilniillon ol inn Inn. tradition and Ohil.sli.inliy. The;;,, iiellvilli's .111- loii'iUleally Hive lire lo ;\ well- develnped w'ii»..> of ri'spoa'it'jlhi.v, Mis. Waie asserted, "This approach has been .''ne- ee.sstul. re.sullliii; In the-' KuroiiiMii unit 'nn.llve rnccs ns two conipoii- ent luces." she reiwrtcd. "Its example, If followed, will uojvi! '.he tsrcal. proWem oi Ihe world-native iw:es." Another speaker, u. J,, Wllllims, paslor ol Ihe Ohurel) ot Chrtal, M.'lUourno. Australia, declared Ik liuportaiu for Ghrliitlaiis to tledl- cale their lives lo (he word of God. In addresses nk lask iitf|IH's con- venllon sessions, K. l>. <J. lloll'.ird, p.istor ol the Churcli of Chrlsk, Wellington, New Zealand, niul Diiniol >iapn de Lara, u leader of I'nc Ciiurcli ol Clirisl in Mutlw, discussed joiilii aUlvlktes In Au«Iralia mid I/illn An:trk«. Read Courier News .Wmnt A* Ile named as objjelionul feiiluiv.s t>l Hie bill (be complete enltnu- Off of i he fnuiulHtlnn's admlnli- ratlon from prcsldenlinl and eon- |rr.s.tlnniil control and the absence if provisions lor .spending M'ien- ;lfir- lands In slalc-siin>oited in- slllutioiis. New Zealand Race Relation Example Cited iriri'-p,M,o. N. y.. .AUK. i. iiii'i —A .si)e«iher at Hie third -vovld Convention ol Churches of pointed loilay to ivlntions l>etwi i en whites and Nenroe.s in New V.ea- land us iin i>x;mi]iU! lor r.iav; tlirouphdiit the world. 'In a prciiiired specli. Mis. M'ny Vare of Wnist Clmreh. New X.ea- nnil. said her country's ippmaeli l tor yo Koine-conned tood Jin! rireil lo ICil — DOME > down, ]or i s teale'j! fit!, any Molon uie be- couit ll'i lure. Can f3 t)ie eaiy way — visit, to Greece and Turkey Ini.s not been determined hy ihe Htiito Dcparlmcnt winch is iirrnntilui; details. The T.eyle. accoinp:niipd by destroyers and cruisers, left for Gl- bniltri 1 on July 1!). Conolly H'SO lock cave of a number of report,; and rumors at his new.s conference. He denied that r>,f(H U. S. Marines .soon will he :.rnl to Greece s ; Uniled Nalions !)ri]-iltn' pa- tiol A kpd if l]u- l.eyle v.-onld curry an atomic btnnb. tie repliivl lai-lly, "The Nal'.v docs not talk about the atom boinlj." Tlie American naval forces in the Mediterranean, he sntd. are 'definitely not" aiilini; the British .in searching for illegal Jewish icfiilice ships. The npprosininlely 100 carrier pbincs alioard I.he I.eyte will be the only American Nava! aircraft alin}; in the Iroubled Mediterranean area, he :;aid. . Ihe a^n,i]-;d. \vlio plans (o ]~e- Mnrn lo hi.s London hcfidcuiarlcrs 'on Friday, said there are no plaus lo increase Ihe present six.? of American -Naval forcer. In the M;d- itciTHiican. Twelve ships, including Iho I^-yte, were dispaiched July. 19 lo I'clievc other ships In the Mediterranean. \ \ \ .'•'' Every Our Store Is Air Conditioned Make Day "Sundae at Owens' Flavorful 'Super" Sundae 25 C K*nr9 Fresh Nutritious Ice Cream I'clolirnlc Wilh (lie Town Knclv Summer Day f In Reading From Our Menu Kf?n & Olive I'irucnlo OICCK Ham Salad. SANDWICHES , . . . 2;>c Tuna I'i; . . . a."ic Hani . . ... 2~>c Chicken Specie! Plate Lunch Ev Jumbo Ice Cream SODA Refreshing Healthful 15 C OWENS DRUG STORE 8 oz 'A' Grade All White Duck 9' and 7i' Bcmis Bag Co. COTTON PICK SACKS Large 7 6 in. Size Made by Victor Now Showing Large 16 in. 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