VOVEMBCT I, 1950 Vaccine Being Made To Combat Gangrene ST. IXH7M, Nov. 1. («v-Hope# *»s offered today for th« develop-^ •nent of t protective viccln* against «»» gangrene, in always-fe« red Complication of war woundi. Ga» gangrene U a wound Infection caused b}' germs that live in «o!l. Armlet fe»r it because of the wounded'being contaminated where they,fill. , No Marked l>r>fT«u Made A Canadian doctor told 0>e Amer- Publie Health Association that Mstlcs for World War II "show no marked progress ha* been achieved line* 1918 in the specific treatment of gas gangrene in war wounds" despite the Use of such drugs as the sulfas and penicillin. And, said Dr. Victorien Fredette o( the University of Montreal, "still less has been accomplished In the *'ay of preventive immunization." But he declared "new hope" for a vaccine is offered by a substance recently found in cultures of "clos- tridlum perfrlngens"—the principal germ involved in gas gangrene. He calls it the "bursting factor" because he, believes it to be the activating agent that causes toxin, or poison, from the germ to produce infection. And yet, said the doctor, this separate factor in itself does net have the poisonous properties of toxin. Also, it appears to set up immunity to the germ's action when It Is injected into experimental animals. In tests with guinea pigs, he related, vaccinated animals all survived "challenge" doses of gas gangrene germs. In contrast. 80 percent of one group of unvaccinated animals were . killed, and 58 per' cent of another ' group. , _ . Wart Treatment found In another report, Dr. A. R. Wobti- . burne, Denver, Colo., skin specialist, told of a new wart treatment. It involves usa of liquid nitrogen; wrlch ''boils" when it is placed on the wart—producing a temperature degrees below zero as It . hges from a liquid to a gas." . Thus, said Dr. Woodburne, the part is frozen, and falls off in from one to two weeks. . The doctor said the nitrogen treatment "doesn't leave a scar or a raw open area, as Is usually the case with such treatments as x-ray, 'dry ice, aceti cacid and other acids.' Pre-election Rough Stuff In New York .NEW YORK, Nov. 1. Or)—Reports of pre-election vandalism and other rough stuff 'have led Police Commissioner Thomas P. Murphy to assign bodyguards to the candidates for .mayor. Looting of offices and homes and physical assaults also iveic reported In the bitter city campaign for the Nov. 7 election. The reported acts of violence were aimed chiefly at various headquarters and campaign activities of acting Mayor Vincent R, Impellilerri. Murphy, a reform police commissioner appointed by Imnelliterrt declared: "I will riot stand for any vandalism or looting. It makes no different where it originates." Murphy said he had "alerted" his uniformed and detective commanders "to assign men to all the candidates." and declared: "If this thing keeps up. I will assign uniformed men Inside and outside all campaign headquarters." Meanwhile, the police 'roundup of hoodlums to guard against election stroiiR-arni tactics went into Us second week. The vandalism reports included During a television broadcast In his campaign for reelection Devrey was asked whether he would change his mind about Eisenhower If the general returned to military service. "No," replied Dewey..''It would simply broaden his experience and increase his qualifications, if that were possible. I think it would by no means make him unavailable." Eisenhower has been mentioned for command of the North Atlantic Defense Pact military forces. BLrTHEVTU.E (ARK.)' COURIER NTNB 9 RAPES OP ' WRATH ARE STORED -An officer , ° 00 i. wa y as a '* y landlords try lo force Iheir way into '"' •'" Los An « eles - c <"'f-. , . re ail anors Glory, Giory Halelujah," took part in the near riot IN THE CHANCEKY COURT FO» '! THK CHICKA8AWBA DISTRICT Or MISSISSIPPI COUNTV, ARKANSAS ELLEN OVERALL, PHf. vs iNo..ll,2M AMANDA OVERALL GIBSON, et Bl, Dtts. NOTICE Or COMMISSIONER'S SALE Notice Is hereby given that the undersigned, Rs Commissioner of lh« Chancery Court of the Chicka- sa»lia Ulstrlct of Mississippi County. Arkansas, acting under authority o( Decree rendered In the above Court and cause October 13, 1950, will at the south door of the courthouse In Blyltierille, Arkansas, on November 15, 1»50, between the lioiirs of 10 o'clock 1 a.m. and 2 o'clock p.m. offer for sale to the highest and best bidder upon credit ol three (3) months the lol- lowing described real property situated In the Chlckasawba District CHANGE .(LIFE? .*™'<™ «0'»8 throush Iho Junclloiul if! ? A" 1 P»rlo<l peculiar lo womrn <3S to il yn.U Does ihu m«k« you •ilder from hoi flushes, let! ,a ,,'rv- 0»J, hlKh-Etnmg. tired? Then DU "try [£?,"/; rln Y hI ™'» Vceolnhle Com- rioi iiit tc relieve such nrmiuom*. rlnklinrn'n Compound nlso h?» vlmi Ooctora call a ilonmctilo lonlo errcctJ LYDIA E. PIMKHAM'S a night invasion ' of InipellUlerrs i main headquarters In the Hotel Abbey, in mldtown Manhattan. Desks were rifled and papers strewn on .the floor, campaign aides said. Two Impcllitlcri headquarters tn the Bronx also were reported invaded, and $20 stolen from a desk in one oE them. There was destruction of property in both places. The jacknl Is called the "lion's provider." When on the trail of his prey, his hideous calls disclose his whereabouts to the lion, who follows in his wake and drives him away from the carcass when the kill Is made, leaving him only the fragments. Taylor Speaker At Lions Club Jesse Taylor, chairman of the •Mississippi. County Election Commission, spoke to' members of the Blyllieville UOIK Club yesterday. Mr. Taylor reviewed changes in election laws ani discussed proposed acts and amendments which will appear on the-ballot in Tuesday's election. A'sp. piv.'tlie, program was Emily Damon,--seventh grade piano itu-i dent. . . , . Guesl-s. at the meeting, included ' C. .L. Stahl, St. Louis and.J.-i-C- Rivers, New York City.-. ] T Gov. Dewey Still Plugging for Ike NEW YORK, Nov.. 1. (AP)—Governor Thomas E. Dewey says he does not believe acceptance of a military assignment will make Gen. Dwight IX Eisenhower, "unavailable" for the 1952 Republican nomination for president. Dewey, -who has renounced future White House aspirations, recently threw his support to Elsenhower. PAY YOUR LEVEE TAXES HOW / Will Be in Blytheville At Sheriff's Office Last. Time this Year Monday, Oct. 30th to Sat, Nov 11th See me (here or mail youncheck (with exchange) •or Money Order (without exchange), together with Tax Slatemeni, lo me af Drawer 358, Wilson Arkansas. Mrs. Emily P. Trammel, Collector Drawer 358 Wilson, Ark. Fine H-hrskey do»n't have lo be eKpentire. Want proof? Look it the low, low price of Wilken • Vhiskey. Then lasle its (lelii:icM!R country.glyle flavor—ao mild and melkiw jon'll wish you'H discovered tilken-smoolh W ifken long, long «go. only «<MO«, • »X (IMI KfOIUl irillfl. tNt IIIIEM IA«ltt CO. utauiuuiin. u PJLY OLDSMOBILE BUILDS THIS. FAMOUS HIGH-COMPRESSION POWER PLANT! // fLASH! Oldsmobile in now biiiltling "Rocket" Engines cxdusiixlyi I); |«i|)iil.ir c?ciri«iid, "Rocket" production sleeps into high gearl Oldsmobile—and only Olils- mohile—offers you thrilling "lirokcl" •ction coupled with MH; »ii|)crh inimlhiicsi of new Oldsmobile Hydra-Matic*! Power- picked perforraincci fncomparable driving ease! Kxceptional economy! Von get them ill in Oldsmohile', fla«|,i ng "83"—loweet-pricccl "Hocket" Engine carl Drive in today—for yuur "Kockei" rMcl SII T00« NIARIST OLDSMOtlLI < DIAL IK A GEmtM ROtOR VA1U1 .HORNER-WILSON MOTOR CO. 309 E MAIN ! Mississippi County, ArksnJM! Lot Three <3>; Lot Four (4) except for Ihe West forty (W*0) acres Ihereol; and the Southeast Quarter (SEil) ot the Southwest Quarter (SWVS) of Section Eight (8), Township Fifteen (15) Norlli, Rang* Thirteen.(13> East, containing seventy-two (72) acres, more or leu. Purchaser al sll ch *ale will be required to execute a bond with •urety thereon to b* aproved by under»lgn«d Commlsloner; and a lien will be retained upon the property to secure the payment of the purchase price bid «t j'ucli sale. Witness my hand ai such Commissioner this October 23, 19M, Hartley Morrli, Commissioner In Chancery Otcar rendler, attorney for plaln- The valley of the Red River of the North slopes only one foot pet mile from stdw to center and nutfe lo north. WELFARE COMMISSIONER VIEWS ACT No.2 WITH ALARM! Arkansas Needy Checks May Be Cut 30 Per Cent Welfare Agency Facei $1,350,000 Slash Unless Deficit funds Voted By TOM DAVIS Of the Gazette Staff Arkanaai'* dependent children, old folks and th* blind f«ee a 30 per cent reduction In their Welfare Department checks on January 1 unless the 1951 L*e!s- lature can produce $1,3J»,000 Mra. Henry B. Betheit, Welfare commissioner; said yesterday 90,000 needy persons will be r£ duced at least 30 per cent and perhaps 33'A per cent,' unless a lion is filled. "I ihudd.r to think ,wh»t tuff.r- Ing thu will brinj to our old people .nd dependent children facing th« cold wlnttr monthi and continuing hither prices for the ncctultlei of t«." Mr». Bethell laid. But that Is only th. b«tinnln» of trouble setn on the financial horizon for the public lolitance program Mr*. Bethell said that If Initiated Act No. 2, the so-called Prohibition Act, is approved in the November general election, "we will have to reduce our grants 55 per cent and maybe more on January 1." Arkansas (Gazetic OCTOBER 11. l»:,i tiei to « I •* « ""»- tv "fn t? " lum '<» retponiibltt- ty for th. needy. Small bu.inet, men would again b. called upon tj carry the burden, of Ui. n«dy „ ± 'r co m p M ,| on will not ,., * « s .. : monthly check, wflt "" iUnee> from ' h * ^ ^^^^^"•f^*^*"^^^-—^ aff-,.1- • "^ If Act 2 becomes effective^ Janu- ry 1, these reductions would be made in the giz« of the average payment: ^ Ark«ni«» hu It,t9« pi'blle "aJT •liUnc* etienl« In Rcptemtxr, an Increu* of lf!,.vn OK, over th* month lait y««r. SeptemWr ti tolnltd |2,6H,54I, «r mor« than tht cormpond- month In 1949. Vote AGAINSTAct No.2 prohibit!
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