The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on June 26, 1957 · Page 14
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LUCKY SIVEN FOOD STORES BRAZORIA FOOD MARKET BRAZORIA, tEXAS O'BANNON'S FOOD STORE ANGLETON, tEXAS FR1EPORT SUPER MARKET FREEPORT, TEXAS CALIF. FRESH, CRISP KENTUCKY DC A UQ WONDER DEARo Preth, Cri*p U. S. No. 1 Yellow Calif. Sunkirt Juicy Calif. Fresh c *"9c ONIONS u,9c ORAN«$ . 3u,,29c AMICOTS u, I9c rrwvn, ^*"»p (ARROTS lerfy For Medium or Fin* Hair These Values Good Thurs,, Fri. and Sat. in all Lucky Seven Stores! . Hardwood SfHokoIeit Cucumber WAFERS "£' 19c CHARCOAL 5 ft 29c Tena'erleef 1WBAGS <"?;," 49c Ireland's «S99c Barbecue BEEF N c,? 5Sc Diamond Lerge Paper PLATES 2 120 WAX PAPER ""SSi 19c Luncheon Meat SPAM '2 Ox. }Q ..Con J7t MARGARINE c^ b :24c Nobiicu Diemend large Paper NAPKINS 2 8 r°£23c fv*rb«tt Hamburgw Sliced Dili PICKLES ;.';25c A«tort*4 Celort KLEENEX YAMS"""""™ . H °:in 2ic um JM °KE*£ 27c ";oo'25c ITHRACKERS C«(|!n'i Femoui Kafcey'i Crii* SHOtSTRINC LIBBTS FRESH FROZEN CWCENTRATED LEMONADE 0 6-Oz! ' CAN Libby'i Freih FroiMi, Reedy to Serve STRAWBERRIES 10-ox. Pkg Strva Wrrh Cook Book Reddi-Whip Co .49c CUPCAKES COUNTRY CLUB FRANKS "A Picnic Must" Per Lb. 35 We Reservt the Right to Limit Quantities . Medium Northern Meaty SPARE RIBS Ideal for Barbecuing Per Pound Roth't Sunraie BACON & S3c Jotmin* Finest Quality BACON £ 63c Freih Sliced Spiced LUNCHEON MEAT Lb 49c Perfect For Sandwiches Kaiser FOIL 17' New 7" Roll Gladiola Enriched FLOUR 5 - 43' PIK-PAK 22-PIECE SET Colored Plastic PICNIC SETS 4 Plates, 1 Butter Knife, 4 Cups, 1 Cake Knife, 4 Knirei, 4 Forks, 4 Spoon;. Rc 3 . 1.99 Value . . 99c AMERICAN BEAUTY' Krinkley NOODLES 22 10-ox. Pkg. ou ALL-NEW FORMULA 2 59c Value Hue Te» f 49e Max Factor CURL CONTROL $150 1 Plus tax The NEW Filter On. In Cruthproof Box with Msnthol mist! fFREE! Barbecue Sauce Buy Colgin'i Famous SHRIMP COCKTAIL Get 6-oz. Bottle BARBECUE SAUCE FREE 5-Oi. 50c Value Both For 25 BUG SNOWY PREVENTIVE Bleach SUMMER MEALS Season-All 25c Garlic Pew-Jar 15c Barbecue Spice 25c Garlic Salt 17c MeCORMICK Bark Dog Food 5 .* 59 C ol Jutt Chocolate Not Juil Candy But a Deliciaui mm (Pt&HUI - When you spray RfALKIU BUG KILLER Won't slain v.aiipoper or fin- tst furr,:;.hiiig$. Odorless, tcol iuncuii-ai til tcbti by tndcp«j.jur.r tab- QfQtone* ptov« rt-.ot no buj l.vtd MK«I iptaytd with itEAl MU (ug Killvl ECONOMICAL BOTTLE ECONOM1CA1 BOTf'E WITH SUY rUjri-SUTTON Can Only 'MS' Isolator Puts In Long Hours At Lob By RALPH OSTERBEH<3 ' UP Staff Correspondent -; PHILADELPHIA —(*— fh#. woman who has made the first* definite step toward a possibl* cure of multiple sclerosis nyt seven days a week in the I»b-; oratory is routine with her. ; Miss Rose Ichclson, a tiny, white-haired Russian native, is; the director of research at Saint Luke's and Children** Medical Center. For the latt six yearr, her research has been directed toward stopping the disease, which afflicts some 300,000 in the United States alone. It was multiple sclerosis, or "MS" as it is oi ; ten called, that killed baseball's Lou Gehrig. The disease usually affeeti persons between the ages ot 20 and 40. It is caused by a germ that attacks the central n«v vous system. •' Tha Next Step Miss Ichelson recently re* ported that she succeeded in isolating and cultivating th* germ responsible. She said th« next step—after, and if, othe* scientists substantiate her find-' ing?—will be to find a medication to prevent or halt it* spread. The ailment causes parts ot the nerve tissue 'o degenerate' and become replaced by hardened srar tissue. Once hardened, it cannot be cured, bat iti 1 spread can be halted. 'Miss Ichelson was born near Kiev, Russia, at least 50 year*'ago. She was graduated from,-' the Bacteriological Institute at Poitava, Russia, but in 1922 sht'i left her native land and cami; to the United States. She »erv*'. ed in various Philadelphia institutions until 1947 when sh*. assumed the post of chief bac* teriologist at the Jackson Memorial hospital in Miami, Flfc, She engaged in research work in her own laboratory from 1948 until 1951, when she start- s ed her multiple sclerosis re- / search at Saint Luke's. What She Did Precisely what Miss Ichelsoa has done in this: She injected specimens of spinal taps from living human beings known to have multiple sclerosis into a culture medium. The culture medium served to propagate certain germs from the spinal tap specimens. The importance of their being kept alive is that they can be used for experimentation. Previously, they could not. Miss Ichelson then had animals injected with the germs. A few months later blindness and paralysis were found In these animals. The same culture medium process—but with spinal tapi from human beings known "not" to have M-S—showed negative results. If Miss Ichelson's finding* are found to be conclusive, thea all that remains to be done U to find a medication to combat', the germs. s This might mean another ' \ lengthy research project; but, Miss Ichelson has said, "w« art ' going to get places." Safaris Said Safe For Kids NEW YORK —TO— One iaf- sri expert suggests taking th» | children along on mich an African adventure trip. Jack Block, managing direc» tor of ihe Kcr and Downey Safari Co., in Nairobi, Keny« Colony, said a sa/ari can be a wonderful—and safe — experience for the small fry. Block, during a rec-enl visit to New York, tol* how his firm hit taken many children on such trips. He said they not onl^ art safe, but they broaden a child'* horizons and teach him sport*, manship, the love of camp lit* and of nature. "Above all," he said, "a tal- ari helps draw a family closer." Block (aid the best age is lg, or up, tor a child's enjoymant. The youngsters can take pictures or hunt in a limited way. But they feem to enjoy most the outdoor life and seeing th« Block nointed out that safaris lodav are comfortflble fo." women and children. Equipment includes air mattresset* and six-foot-bathtubs. Laundry is done every day, even shoes are polished. As Block put it, "we have everything but About one-third of the company's clients are women. Block said more ana more women are expected to ]o:n safaris and couples ofU'n make a return trip at the wife's insistence. » f' K •-I § < , North America now has a to- I tal of 233 million, according to jl'acuijrapht. And they all seem | to waul ru drive down th» j taint: street we do on a Sunday. Announcing The Opening ut BROWN'S Service Station and Trading Post Hwj. 2SS and Main St. Cl««e Formerly Siuun's Seivic* Station •'We buy and sell of

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