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August 16, 1941 - Image 2

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Every Soldier-
His Own Blood
Idea Of Self-Transfusion1
Developed By Army
BATON ROUGE, La., Aug. 15.-(P)
-Every United States soldier even-
tually may carry a vial of his ownt
blood serum tucked away in his
knapsack for immediate transfusion
in case he's wounded on the battle-
It would be bled from his veins
beforehand, turned into a light brown
powder at Louisiana State Univer-
sity's proposed drying plant, and giv-
en back to him in a form weighing
only a few ounces.
"Every soldier might be his own
doctor, inasmuch as his blood, after
drying, could be given him to carry,
in a small container," commented Dr.
Urban Maes, director of the L.S.U.
medical school's surgery department.
"In this way," he added, "the
wounded man could be given not
only his own blood serum, but also
that of his unwounded comrades."
The dried product, reported by Dr.
Maes as equally effective as natural
blood, is obtained by drying serum
separated from blood cells.

Soldiers From Fort Custer Tangle
W ith A rkainsas cS.taYto T rnnners

Snead Leads
l Times-Union

Al k) rh "I A

army headquarters said "several in-
cidents" between civilians and Negro
troops of the 94th engineer battalion
from Fort Custer, Mich., climaxed in
a "dispute" on the'Prescott-Gurdon
highway yesterday.
"The altercation was caused by a
misunderstanding of authority be-
tween local state police and officers
in control of the troops," the second
army said in a prepared statement.
"In order to clarify this situation
and obviate'the possibility of further
incidents," Maj-Gen. Robert C.
Richardson, Jr., in command of the
seventh army'corps, called a confer-
ence at army headquarters in Pres-
cott with A. G. Albright, superinten-
dent of Arkansas state police, who
came from Little Rock.
"At this conference, all points of

tdifference between military authori- Tourney FieldA CCC
ties and state police were satisfac-
torily settled and an agreement made ROCHESTER, N. Y., Aug. 15.--WP)
tht all obviate any difficulties due --Slammin' Sammy Snead" Hot SHINGTON, Aug. 15.-(P)-Re-
to presence of Negro troops in this Springs, Va., posted a dazzling sub- publican charges were made in the
vicinity." Ipar 67 today to lead a field of 140 House today that the Civilian Con-
- nNshotmakers over Oak Hill's rain-sod- servation Corps was having such
Tightly injuem ridne Negro was den course in the first 18 holes of the great difficulty in getting enrollees
slightly ijured during the alterca- $5,000 Times-Union Open. that it was advertising for them.
aion but gave no details. Witnesses a nead battling such golfing greats Rep. Bates (Rep.-Mass.), who told
wave dne a cosuno p Nicegr as National Open Champion Craig the House that some New England
waved down a column of NegroWodMmrnek ndite-Bn newspapers were running "big ads,"
troops marching on the highway and Wood. Mamaroneck, and little - Ben weernig"gad,
anp marumt folowed Theghw r Hcan, Hershey, Pa., top 1941 money also said,he had heard that in some
reaching second army at Prescott winner, nipped three strokes from sections of the country "they are
declared a "race riot" was in prog- the regulation 70. In second place conducting house to'house canvasses
ress and scores of military police two strokes behind came pro Frank for enrollees."
rushed to the scene. Several citizens Commisso, of nearby Irondequoit, The Senate wrote into a deficiency
in Gurdon, hearing the same reprts with 34-35-69. Snead posted 33-34. appropriation bill: eventually sent to
armed themselves to enter the eport, Wood, out in 34 and back in 36, the White Houe today, a provision
rment but did not leave town. missed a chance for a tie with Com- that the overall cost of the CCC
ment _u__di _nt______wn misso when he three-putted the 17th should not bxceed $1,000 a year for
after missing a two footer, while each enrollee. A further provision,
Canadian war production will be Hogan, who ran into trouble on the i however, said this restriction should
at peak levels late this year, the De- traps, finished with two rounds of not apply in event the enrollment
partment of Commerce reports. 36 for a total of 72. J fell below 210,000.



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