The Bradford Era from Bradford, Pennsylvania on October 3, 1952 · Page 8
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The Bradford Era from Bradford, Pennsylvania · Page 8

Bradford, Pennsylvania
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Friday, October 3, 1952
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THE ERA, BRADFORD, PA., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1952. FAGE JXiNJB I New Carnegie Tech ; School Dedicated : PITTSBURGH, Oct. 2 CB--Carnegie Institute of Teclmoiogy dedicated a new building tonight to house'the country's first graduate school-o£ industrial administration. President Sidney A. Swensrud of Gulf Oil Corp. said in a prepared speech-"The men who will be tomorrow's managers are the men who can see beyond today's job." He declared . industry can train workers for routine techniques and skills but needs men of real imagination for management material. . The- new graduate school has the job of producing such men. It was founded to 1949 with a six million dollar gift from the W. L. and May T. Mellon Foundation. Star of Stage Show Coming to Bradford Has Skillful Career .Tod, Andrews, who is starred in the. title role of "Mister Roberts," coining "to'. : Shea's'Theatre for one eve- IS IT TRUE WHAT THEY SAY ABOUT DIXIE? SEEKING TO ENLARGE what Republicans claim Is a crack In the Democratic "solid South," GOP candidate Gen, Dwigat Eisenhower receives a tremendous ovation froni ah estimated 50.00,0 persons in Columbia, S. C. Ike is speaking from the steps of the state capitoL In the inset is Eisenhower with Capt. Dick Merrill, old-time trans-Atlantic flyer who is piloting the Eisenhower party on part of the 25-day, 28-state campaign swing through and beyond the deep South. · ' , · - . Majority of Coal Miners Return In West Virginia "MORGAN-TOWN, ,w. ya,. Oct. 2 OR---Three - fourths of Monongalia County's 4,000 union miners were back at work today although the area's biggest operation remained idle. A "United Mine Workers official said 430 men at the Kelley Creek mine stayed at home because management posted a notice there would be no work until'-a-new pay boost is approved by the federal Wage Stabilization Board. Yesterday, all but one of .the county's major operations were idle in a strike which President Cecil J. Urbaniak of UMW District 3 predicted would be settled by the end of the week. After an hour-long meeting with loud and boisterous diggers here yesterday, Urbaniak said that "the boys just misunderstood the thing. They were worried about the WSB not. approving the contract." The Pond Creek Pocahontas Coal Company's 300-man operation at Bradshaw in McDowell County was idle, and the Pocahontas Operators Association said the men stayed home because of a misunderstanding as to., whether- the new wage agreement actually had been signed. Learn New Antibiotic Drug Aids Slow-to-Heal Infection By. Herman N. Bundesen, M. D. : ,TT is good advice not to neglect any,-wound,.:-burn, or infection that refuses to heal for a long time, as t may be a warning of cancer. Often, however, a common bac- due to some injury to the facial, nerve, such 'as might.take place ii a," tumor or infection was pressing on- :it. .This usually occurs .where the nerve leaves the skull. . Exposure to cold, which might cause neuritis, may be responsible. ning performance Monday, Oct. 13, : te ria causes stubborn infections . . - - - - - ·was born .in Buffalo, N. Y. and spent ;that may take months and years to In such cases, all. the nerves on his childhood in California, graduat- iheal. These bacteria, known as i one side of the face may'be para- .ing from the Los Angeles High ·'pseudomonas aeruginosa, normally lyzed. The eyes cannot close and late f from Washington'i ii v e in the intestines and, as a rule, cause no damage there. They are · State' College, where he was active in dramatics. - ·Having decided upon the theatre for a Career, he associated himself j ·with ..trie Kavanaugh Stock Company in Beverly Hills, Santa Monica and not killed by most of the antibiotic drugs. Body Resistance Low They usually do not cause infections .unless the .body resistance is antibiotics have killed off their natural, rivals in the body. Then they may begin to cause trouble. It has been found that many stubborn kidney conditions may be due to an infection with this type of organism. Recently, a new antibiotic 'drug, known as polymixin B sulfate, has been employed in treating these Pasadena Playhouse where he paint- extremel to or u ed scenery, stage-managed, carried !,,,,,,,, tn ,L ,,« «,.,, spears and appeared in-over 25 productions. . After this he decided to , head for Broadway and the professional theatre. He appeared in "Quiet, Please," "My Sister. Eileen," "Storm Operation," Maxwell Anderson's play about the "Late Fracas." After three more openings and closings (quick) on Broadway in plays best left unmentioned,.Mr. Andrews played a season with, a tent show in Virginia Beach, Virginia, -.which proved 'not only fun, but steady 'employment.' Next he went on to Toronto, Canada, to appear as leading man for the Royal Alexandra Theatre's summer season. After that came his big break. Margo Jones chose him for her repertory company which began as Theatre '47 in which he appeared as "Dr. Johnny" in the world premiere of Tennessee Williams' "Summer and Smoke,"-- ·winning critical acclaim from the Dallas critics as well as the critic of the New York Times, Brooks Atkinson, who said, "Mr. Andrews is giving a .performance that could hardly be improved." Mr. Andrews remained for the .following season to see' Margo Jones Company become Theatre '48, -- appearing in "Hedda Gabler," "Taming of. the Shrewt" "Importance of Being Earnest." "Master Builder," and six other plays. In the fali of 1948 Margo Jones chose Tod for her Broadway production of "Summer and Smoke" in which he won acclaim i from the New York press. Brooks Atkinson said, "a. memorable performance by Tod Andrews. Mr. Andrews is an uncommonly talented actor." Ward Morehouse, "a captivating performance. He is on the honor role." "Excellent," George Jean Nathan. "One of the most skillful new actors of the last few seasons," Richard Watts, Jr. And among many others, Walter Winchell, "Undisputed hit scored by tip-top pretending of Tod Andrews." Two seasons ago, the Theatre Guild co-starred Tod with Dorothy McGuire in theirdopiar BBfr McGuire in their radio production of "Summer and Smoke." **** I the forehead, is wrinkled. The lower lid-droops, the eye waters and..the angle of the mouth is lowered on the side' affected. Irr most cases, the condition is due to cold. Hot applications,-.electrical treatments, and massage of the -muscles of the face are all helpful in treating this condition. Recently, it has been found that the use of hista- j mine injections into a vein .have j proved of value. Attempt Is Made o End Paper Strike "' WASHINGTON. Oct. 2 W--Company and union negotiators were asked today to meet, for separate discussions with federal conciliators-in. further efforts to settle the strike .against, the West Virginia Pulp;.and Paper Co. . . A company spokesman said there were no developments today. Royalties from his pou.'ar spelling book kave Noah Webster 20 years time *nr .·writing hs aictionary. Britain claims that her farms Advertise m Trie Era stubborn infections. The -drug may produce more per acre than any ·be applied directly to the infection, j o ther farm land. or injected in a muscle, in carefully regulated doses.' One group of 35 patients with infections that were very slow to heal, was treated with polymixin B sulfate. Every one of these patients responded well, and none of them, suffered any severe distress from' the treatments. Cases of severe kidney infections and chronic ear and eye infections were treated in this way with good results. . . . . One slight difficulty with .this treatment is that it causes exces- Enjoy the WORLD SERIES On Television at Star Restaurant Bradford's Most Modern Restaurant 19 Mechanic St. TELEVISION NIGHTLY It's time for Furnace Checking and Cleaning ' Have your furnace cleaned" and repaired by-our experts now. Call for fast,, iow cost service. · · ·· ' · · · ROOFING COMPANY 53 W. Washington St. Phone 8371 sive proteins to be given off in the urine. This usually does- not last long after treatment is stopped. Also, there may be some pain over the area where the drug is injected, and some dizziness and weakness. . Thus, .a new antibiotic drug has been perfected for pseudomonas aeruginosa infections, which usually do not -espond to other drugs. QTJES'iUONS AND. 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