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Mansfield News Journal (Newspaper) - January 9, 1947, Mansfield, OhioI 16 Mansfield physiological problems con Mansfield of. Jan. 9, 1947 a corned with infantile paralysis and millions put into Battle against polio National foundation funds Aid in research. Methods of treating it. They also Are studying the mechanism by j which the virus of poliomyelitis i interferes with the use of glucose j by nerve cells. With the largest collection of human research material from a single epidemic on hand the Minnesota scientists Are planning a new series of experiments. Grants since 1939, Susie q. Smith the University of California 1 George Williams Hooper found i i Tion. San Francisco Many trained by United press since 193s, the National foundation for infantile paralysis has granted or set aside More than for scientific research leading to the prevention or cure of poliomyelitis. Virtually All of this Money has made available to Var ious universities medical schools and hospitals throughout this nation and is being used by scientists to study every phase of the disease. Typical of the Type of grantees. The amount the received and the work they Are doing follows of Michigan Ann Arbor Mich. Here the scientists Are seeking to develop Laboratory workers at this University Are methods for use by epidemiologists who Are attempting to Trace How j the infantile paralysis virus is transmitted from patient to a j Tient. To improve methods for de i Section of the virus and the development of immunity. Grants since 1938, s483.580.82." j University of Wisconsin Madi son wis. Scientists Here Are at tempting to determine the relationship of nutrition to us sceptic i try ing to find out How infections with the polio virus and similar diseases Are spread. They Are j also working to develop much needed dependable yet rapid tests for diagnosis. Grants since 1938, Stanford University Palo Alto i Cal. Scientists Here Are working on procedures for concentrating 1 purifying and determining the chemical nature of the virus. This could Lead to an effective vaccine. Grants since 1939, s47.403.16. I Michael Reese research foundation Chicago in this Laboratory j workers Are testing the Efficacy j of vaccines prepared by Ultra j i Violet irradiation and have reported some Success in experimental i animals. Grants since 1943, ugh becomes How in a hurry if courthouse Calendar feed aug. 21. 1913. When a Loco inventory filed a estate of motive struck plaintiff in the Charles Hesselton. Late of Wash Crestline Yards of the Railroad. I in ton township listing net value Theodore Robertson by major1 at i Robertson is. The Continental Hugh Osbun appointed executor baking company 316 North mul of estate of Martha Osbun. Late of j Berry Street and others. Plain Weller township estimated at Tiff dismisses petition for 056. Estate left to Hugh Osbun i in alleged personal injuries suf and six nieces and nephews. 3o4 altar ont Avenue and Donna j feed May 22, 1944, i truck col Mary Jane Smith appointed sex Mae Keiser. 195 West fourth j vision on state route 18 East of estate of Beach w. Street Floyd Dale Turner Fred i of Medina. Smith or. Late of Bellville. Avenue is. The Continental Bak ing company 316 North Mulberry mated at s2.100. Estate left to widow Mary Jane Thompson Smith and son Beach w. Smith John marriage licenses. Applied for Edward meeting rear of j Avenue. Damages granted. Company is. Clarence Brown and others. Judgment of s518 awarded plaintiff against Walter Gres Ham As damages to Auto insured plaintiff involved in collision j on u. S. Route 30-n last july 5. Petitions dismissed. And loss of earning Power of Plain tiffs son who allegedly in 99 route 18 East probate court. Inventory filed in personal is Ethel Hampton is. Leo state of Nettie Schroer Mckenna Hampton. Plaintiff dismisses be late of Mansfield listing net value j tuition for divorce. At the estate includes j Rose e. Rogers is. Leon c. Rogers. Plaintiff dismisses Tion for divorce. Arlene Thelma Mcdanel is. Richard Carlton Mcdanel. Plain Tiff dismisses petition for divorce. Charles truly 114 Oak Street is. The Pennsylvania Railroad. Plaintiff dismisses petition for damages allegedly suf at the estate one fourth interest in a partner Perl ship. The Schroer company listed i net value at bakery products freshness and flavor Nickles in t this fun much did the Indian raise or sell refund you la have to Tell math a How much and when do i get news insisted. Maybe you have a1 demanded the Indian. Frisk Deodorizes As it cleans try it today 1 bottle equals More than 3 packages of soap flakes approved by Good House phone 16-17-1 Albuquerque n. Was the reply of an elder j i by Indian when asked by Giles l. Mathews chief Field Deputy for the collector of internal Revenue ability to infantile paralysis to de How much he had term me the of the amount another ugh provided an an and kind of food eaten on the possibility of contracting the disease. Studies of the nutritional require ments of monkeys and other experimental animals Are being made so that the nutrition of these animals can be controlled More effectively when they Are used in research studies. Grants since i 1938, j University of Minnesota Minne Apolis workers Here have studied ser to the question As to How a save cornstarch Mokes Cher smoother gravies. Oud dings. Custards. Necessary to a Well balanced ask your grocer lot phone Dicini a flu c Marion 3557-6 Runly Bluh Bartley finer food self serve Market hours a. 31. To 6 p. Closed All Day wednesday Quality meats 26 North Walnut fruits and vegetables self serve food Market demand still Supply but i keep on asking for Medicine Cabinet deluxe 14x20-Inch Cabinet with plate Glass Mirror and 3 Glass shelves. Concealed hinges. For surface or flush mounting. 9.95 275 Newman Hal 1.73-6 hardware pork loin roast 43c in. Fresh pork sausage 40e in. Fresh ground beef in. Swiss Steak in. Large Bologna 39c in. Pure pork luncheon loaf 45c in. Sliced pork liver 29c in. Open wed., sat. 9 p. W. Home killed beef Home killed pork country smoked sausage in. 50c fresh pork sausage in. 45c Home rendered lard in. 25c ib.5c fresh ground beef smoked Calla Ham bloc 46-oz. Premier Orange juice.29c 46-oz. Sweetened Grapefruit juice 25c no. 2y2 syrup per can 31c Wilson s Jersey Quaker milk 3 cans 35c Campbel s Tomato soup 3 cans for 31c no. 2 can carrots and peas .2 cans 25c Salmon jail can 49c no. 2 solid pack tomatoes.2 cans 35c no. 2 pork and sauce. 2 cans 35c laundry soap 3 Large bars 29c Sanka or Kaffee hag Coffee. La. 47c Boscul or chef Coffee la. 45c Navy Beans.2 lbs. 35c plenty of other meat meat Hippey Hof to mans Field s busiest Corner for Best buys in better meats phone 2361 Bellville Ohio grocery the Quality Rood store pm. 3357.6 on the Square 18-20 North Diamond gentle As keeps you regular As a clock to lax you natural regularly in Ccuin so Cen a so laxative c i proc aum in Taso and Dex inns. Old lax is Iron ice Rojt Ctm drugs Choice of Ora Narv ice Clives it nc7ps tue cons is to of plus nah it id lax is Tae Jamal laxative for Youn or old is the answer to the which results Fruna the High tension Macho Way of try old lax the Way of treating constipation. Battle Creek health foods Royal Ann cherries fruit cocktail. Pears peaches. Peas spinach Wax and Green Beans Green soy Beans Grapefruit blend Carrot Apple prune pain a. Grape vegetable. Bran biscuits Fig bran fruit biscuit lactic dextrose propose steaks wheat germs noodles Macaroni Spaghetti special 2 for 19c Campbell bark bean Phillips Beof mushroom soups special 2 for 19c the Little Man who was t there missed a swell Steak h Juicy Holland steaks easy on the Teeth satisfying to the palate. Roasts and chops that will please you. And a wide Choice of other Good buys. M All government inspected. All prices plainly marked. Come in and see s this week i Boneless rolled rib , 52c i Center slices pork shoulder 45c la. Boneless sugar cured corned beef 48c a a. Lean 7-rib end pork roast 45c la. Center cuts veal Steak 72 tender Juicy sirloin Steak 51c a shoulder veal chops la. La. Mock City Chicken 5 for 49 lean Boneless beef Stew in. 45 lean fresh ground . 36c Ivory soap medium medium lie Ivory pm tonal each lava soap for 10c draft Large size makes dishes Shine without wiping Fok Waus Hook Woodwork Kunsing no it s 3 in. 1 41c Boscul Coffee ground fresh. 1-lb. Bags 430 Gold medal flour 25-lb. Rag 5-lb. Bag 39c Boscul Peanut butter Putty spread or creamy in. Jar j Clapps baby food strained Doz. Brand no. Can in Light syrup. Peeled Avo. 2 can sugar granulated-----5-lb. Bag Birdseye spinach 14-oz. Pkg. Apples Rome beauties 3 ibs. Grapefruit Large size 4 for piece or More in. Cottage hams in. Hamburger fresh ground beef in. Frankie Mitsch s Corner store Corner Central and Orange Mansfield s largest Independent super Market displaying the largest variety of items to be found under one roof in the City Home owned Canadian Bacon in. Jowl oct Bacon in. Home made pudding special sat. Only pet Borden s sc.9d Silver cow milk Case Home operated smoked . Tic Cala Sqq hams. In. All of these meats Are cured by us wine special Adair Elderberry full fifth 19 fresh eggs Doz. Butter in. White Popcorn in. Oven bared rtc4ns 1 la 1 Jar a a Boscul Coffee drip or in. Label Coffee 39c Tootsie v. M 1-lb. Jar off thai Hie. Del Monte Alaska red 1-lb. Can Tomato paste Minervini Tomato Puree can o Grain White Rice pc cigarettes popular Carton Albert 1-lb. Can Norwich milk of magnesia. bottle 49c your favorite Beer by the Case you must have empties open daily until 10
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