Independent Press-Telegram from Long Beach, California on July 9, 1961 · Page 13
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INDEPENDENT.PRESS-TELEGRAM-B.3l Long Beach, Calif, Sunday, July ». lull MEDICINE AND YOU New Drug Aids in Sinus Treatment (Prepared in colfaborcfioti wifli George X. 7'rmi- hie, M.D., medical education direcior, Memoria[ Hospital ol Long Beach.) By BEN Z1NSER An enzyme preparation derived from beef pancreas has proved worthwhile in the treatment of sinus infection, reports Dr. Walter E. Loch of John Hopkins School of Medicine. The drug is Dornavac. It's administered as a spray or as an irrigant. Dr. Loch, reporting in Archives of Otolaryngology, said patients experienced an increase in nasal discharge following treatment. The discharge became thinner, and by the following day often clear. Swelling declined. Patients were treated one to four times weekly. As a rule three to six treatments were required. Some needed only one, however. Dornavac, which liquefies thick secretions, does not affect living tissue. No adverse side reactions were noted in its use to treat sinus infections, Dr. Loch says. * * * PATIENTS TAKING several blood-pressure-reducing drugs should quit the drugs for at least two weeks before undergoing surgery that requires general anesthesia. The advice is that of Drs. Carolyn H. Ziegler and John B. Lovette of the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine. Recent t r e a t m e n t with the drugs reserpine. rauwol- fia or guanethidine (Ismelin) can cause a sudden, dangerous blood-pressure drop when anesthesia is a d m i n - istered, the doctors say in the Journal of the American Medical Association. Therefore, they say, if you're taking one of the aforementioned drugs, remind your surgeon when be schedules you for an operation. Ho may want you to stop taking the drug for two weeks or longer before your operation. * * * DIFFERENT BRANDS of DPT vaccines--those to protect against diptheria, whooping cough and tetanus --should not be interchanged in the middle of an inoculation series, says a consultant to the Journal of the American Medical Association. Reason: Each commercial laboratory prepares its three-way vaccine in a different manner. Some vaccines have different strengths, d i f f e r e n t chemical bases. Consequently, says Dr. Louis W. Sauer, DPT vaccines should not be interchanged either during the basic series of three injections nor afterward when a booster shot is given. Sn if you change doctors for your child midway in R shot scries, be sure the new doctor learns the vaccine brand given by the previous doctor. ALTHOUGH THE ODOR of fresh newsprint Is stimulating to the newspaperman, it cannot be tolerated by some persons, says a report in Annals of Allergy. The mere presence of freshly printed newspapers in the house is objectionable to some allergic persons, says Dr. Theron G. Randolph of Chicago. The most troublesome exposure comes when the newspaper is first opened, he says. The doctor's recommendations: Let someone else read the paper first. Or, rplace the paper in a warm oven for a few minutes, then allow to cool before reading. * * * THE POPULAR BELIEF Uiat certain foods are gas producers has no scientific basis, reports a special committee set up by the American Dietetic Association and the American Medical Association. A combination of high fat intake and consumption of vegetables may create gas to some extent, the committee reports in the AMA Journal. Rut classification of individual foods on the basis of gas-forming proper- lies has very little valid basis, the committee says. And KODAK Film POLITICS Kennick to Address Two Demo Clubs By BOB HOUSER Assemblyman Joseph M. Kennick, D-441H District (West Long Beach), will make two talks Tuesday: Frontier CAMAY Bath Soap Contains Cold Criam Bath Size For the New Democratic Club at a 10:30' a.m. business and luncheon meeting in Linden Hall, 505 E. Broadway; For the new Minute Men's Democratic Club at 7:30 p.m. in the Clifford Pierce residence, 267 Kennebec Ave. The New Frontier Club also announced it will have a rummage sale at 8 a.m. Mon-' the reading of two HUAC hearings, one involving a friendly witness, one an unfriendly witness. A group discussion will follow. The club asks a 25-cent donation from those atending to help cover costs of the meeting room. day, 546 W. Broadway. * « * * CONCLUSION of a Ihrce- part series on the House Un- American Activities Committee will be presented hy Long N.Y. Auto Total 13 Million NEW YORK (UPI)--Motorists were fined S13 million in New York City t r a f f i c courts Beach Young Democrats at a| d u r i n S 196n . a n a n n u a ' m meeting at 2:30 p.m. SundHylislrales' court report showed in Unitarian Church. Athcr- Saturday, ton Street at BelKlower The report said Ihe courts Boulevard. handled 2.5 million t r a f f i c The program will feature cases during the year. CHEER or IVORY FLAKES Your Choice NESTLE'S "QUIK Open 9 A.M. to 10 P.M.-7 Days A Week Brownie "Statllex" Outfit Brownie "Starmite" Outfit Chocolate Flavored Drink Economical camera uses 127 film. Camera, flash, batteries, b u l b s , f i l m , n e c k ^ -- ,. s l r a p a n d b o o k . | J^O List 17.95 IU Camera takes B i W, color inapi or color slides. Batteries, bulbs, roll mn of f i l m i n c l u d e d . li/3 List 11.50 Brownie "Starflash" Outfit Brownie "Reflex 20" Outfit Color-slide camera wilri built in flash. Balleriei, bulbs, film, neck- t t r a p a n d b o o k . 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Li«t 67.95 " C a v a l c a d e " -- C h a n g e s slides automatically at 4, 8, or 16 second intervals. f%ftnn Fingertip focusing UlJUU control, list 139.50 f%ftn UlJU UU $2.05 35mm Kodactirome K135-2C Exposures Per roll |.58 Men's Neckties i $1.25 Kodachrome Choice of 127,120, or 6 2 0 . . Pool Sanitizer Heallhi-Pool --Complete 4-way pool purifier. Disinfectant, Algaeclde, Fungicide, Bacterklde. Vi Pi. W£i* Oval shaped ring wilh assorted juvenile prints. 12" Play Ball 6 panel plailic* ball , with emtd. iolid colors. Liquid plaitic repair No patches required. Transparent. Self-welding. Use also on toys and rainwear. * ^ Large size. - ~ " '..".a -'--.i] Beach Accessories 97 Assortment of the loteit summer colon ond designs in "Ready-Modes" Just hoofc on 1a collar over lop button. 69 C SUNTAN AIDS Swim Mask S h a t t e r p r o o f plastic-lenses. a b l e r u b b t amber Adjusl- head slrop for 1 woler tight fit. I t $1.79 Utility Chest j Super tough high-import plastic. ''See-lhru" 3 trysPal drawers. 9'/4"x6x5". 1.00 Baseball Toss Back Twin-Snorkel Mask While mask wilh amber l e n s e s . S n o r k e l s of h e a v y - d u l y 4 QQ plastic. | .go Coppertone Q.T. AM-FM Back Rest Hardwood frame with drill back and flap. 3-positian wire brace. 1.29 Swim Fins Comfortable Fool shaped white fins with ad- j u s t a b l e r u b - b e r s I r a p. 1 . S i z e s to 8. I . Zories Foam rubber solei in an assortment of colors. Ideal for casual wear a round the house. Child'i Ladiei' Men'* 25' 33' 38' Insulated Bag 10x15x6" -- Fiber- gloss insulated, cover- eredwith vinyl. T w o s l r o n g carrying 1 CQ straps. I.UJ Large net v/ith melal * f r a rne, Wi II ret u r n | pilthed boll al varioiu | speeds. You control the 1 return by your pitching. | 2.98 ! Car Wash Brush Rubber heod wilh plos tic non-scratch plastic i bristles. Ideal lor hard i to reach windows. I · Push Button "On-Off" Control · large luning volume knobs · 8 Section Telescoping Rod Antenna · 2 Single-Ear Magnetic Earphones ' 4" Dynamic Speaker 1.19 PORTABLE RADIO 10 TRANSISTOR 99,95 V a l v e 195 Patio Decorating Kit · A p pro* i motley 150 sq. ft. of net Complete wilh 2 cork floali, color leis 3 giant aba lone shells and starfish 4.98 Value 2. ICE CREAM Finest Quality creamy GALLON - Rich assorted flavors .. Libhey Decorated Tumblers Large 16oz. Ice Tea Glasses BLACK FLAG insect Spray Kills tost contains 5% D.D.T. QT. S H A M P O O T R I A L O F F E R This is your opportunity to try Breck Shampoo at an especially favorable price. You receive as a bonus a 30 cent size of Breck Shampoo with the purchase of a regular 60 cent size -- a 90 cent value for only 60 cents. One of the three Breck Shampoos--for dry, oily or normal hair is made for your own individual hair condiiion. Take advantage of this special offer. BEACH TOWELS 1.59 Ad Prices Prevail: July 9tJi-.12tli Sunday through Wednesday Giant size cotton towels. ', Atiorted gay designs, Keg. 1.96 BOBBY PINS Card of 60 -- Doublo coaled plaitic enamel. Reg. 15c each. f For Schitk Injector R«or us«r|; NEW DIMENSION IN SHAVING COMFORT KRONA Self-Service Drug Stores Open 9 a.m. · 10 p.m. -- Every Day 98 THE NEW SCHICK INJECTOR BLADE WITH KRONA EDGE! 12031 EROOKHUnST, GARDEN GROVE 5264 LAKEWODD BLVD., LAKEWQOD CENTER 2164 BEUFLOWER BLVD., LOS ALTOS 4th PINE, DOWflTOWN IONQ BEACH EQUITABLE SAVINGS NOW PAYS EXTRA INTEREST YOUR SAVINGS PLACED WITH EQUITABLE NOW EARN M O P E . . . BECAUSE ! 1. Funds received Rafter the 10th of any month earn from the date of receipt by the Association, ;r not wiiwrawn i»for« the next rtsui«rint«reit paying due.) 2. Funds withdravm between regular interest paying dates earn interest for the actual number of days left with the Association, (prsvidcd such funds have remained wilh Ihe Association tor at least 6 months, and provided Ihe account remains open on the next regu'*r Interest paying date fcHowirg such 6 month* ptrfod.) 3. * Funds received by the 10th of any month will continue to earn from the 1st of that month. , CURRENT 0 RATE 349 Long Beach Blvd. IOAN ASSOCIATION (J LONG BEACH -- HE 7-0591 STAMPS

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