El Paso Herald-Post from El Paso, Texas on April 12, 1954 · Page 28
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El Paso Herald-Post from El Paso, Texas · Page 28

El Paso, Texas
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Monday, April 12, 1954
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Twenty-eight I, EL PASO HERALD-POST ITrack Coach -.* ^jWins Texas IWalkathon Compiled From The Herald-Posl'i •; five Wire Services. *\ J. B. Outlaw, Robstown High Bchool track coach who walked 800 miles training for a 110-mile talkathon, has pocketed ?500 'first prize in Corpus Christi. "; He walked the length ot Padre Island in 23 hours and 45 minutes In the three-day race which end-«d yesterday. Outlaw walked 40 njiles the first day, 40 the second and 30 the thl.-xi. • He also received an automobile tor winning. • - He had been in training all •pring. When his track team had a match somewhere. Outlaw would send them ahead by bus or car, then walk there. One woman walked the full distance. She was Erna Lcizpn- burg, also of Robstown. She received a $200 cash" prize. Second place among the men was won by Jose Galenas. 28, Corpus Christ), and third place by Doyle Berry, 24, a civil service employe with the Navy at Corpus Christi. Outlaw is 35 years old and was • star miler when he was in riish school at Beaumont a number of years ago. 5 It wasn't the ear that hit Fred Mueller, 53, that resulted in the cast he had on his foot. He got the fracture when he dropped his bowling bail on his foot after he was hit as he crossed the street in Cleveland. • Mr«. Betty Hough and Mrs. Clara York, 25-year-old twins, gave birth to babies 11 minutes •part at the same hospital In Memphis. • Erna Selppel, 52, was bring questioned in Dortmund. Germany, about her townhall complex." Police said Erna had broken more then 100 windows in the iownhall since she lost her job T T L E E V E Monday, April 12, 1954 there recently. The place lias a two-bedroom house, a traffic light, a carport and a corner drugstore. You may not find that unusual — but suppose you couldn't walk or wiggle your arms? Such matters became the prime consideration of those who planned a new concept in the rehabilitation of polio patients at the Warm Springs, Ga., foundation established by Franklin D. Roosevelt. Today was the ninth anniversary of the late President's death. "Despite better methods of treatment which have saved many lives, polio seems to have brought more serious crippling year by year," said Dr. Robert L. Bennett, medical director of the Warm Springs Foundation. "Our patients have to be taught the basic activities of living in a normal environment." Basil O'Connor, president ot the National Foundation for Infantile Paralysis, presided over ceremonies opening Roosevelt Hnll where the big job will ba treatment of these after-effect* of polio. The first floor is unlike any hospital. In addition to the stand- arpl examination and therapy rooms, it h;is a complete house, fully equipped; a small soda fountain and soft drink bar, carport with automobile — and a flashing traffic light. The traffic signal is to prove to the cripple that he can cross a street safely between signals. flying after a brief taste of life while rowing in Dorchester Bay • at sea. and were drifting seaward when Two members of the Navy's air Hichard J. Grcer, 21, and Jo- Quincy, Mass., police cams to the branch have decided to stick to seph E. Forti, 22, lost an oar rescue. GOOD-BYE CORNS Enjoy quick relief and •peedily remove aching •orn* with thin, cuiihion- ing Dr. Scholl'a /ino- pad*. Cost but » trifle D- r Scholls lino-pads RENT A MACHINE Far Only IP nf| P.r Month OlWU Typewriters and Sewing Machines DIAL 5-1447 Ml PU'dru at 1'andetl ASTHMA COUGHS Don't let difficult breathitiE, couKh and whcezlnsr. due to recurrlne spasms o Bronchial Asthma or simple Bronchitis ruin steci> and energy without tryinfi MENDACO. Usually quickly helps loosen and remove thick, strangling mucus. Thu allays coughinu and promoter free breathing and sounder sleep. 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