Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on December 21, 1955 · Page 3
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Wednesday, De 21, 1955 , GREELEY TRIBUNE Page 3 P^cent Slady Delates Menial Deficiency to Abnormalities bi Birth' ICAGO -- A recent sludj ol i than 600 menial!) defeclue children'appeared to indicate :that certain abnormalities of child bearing play a part in the de vclopment of menial deficient The sludy of Dr Benjamin Pasamanick Columbus Ohio and Dr.'- Abraham - M: 1 - Ulienfeld:; Buffalo,! N.-V.;.,was-reporled,·rccently- m Journal of the American Mcd ical Association ( j 1 t V »,, Records of.,6SS fnentally'detec" h \ e Thildrcn borft m Baltimore from 1935 ,'hroiigb/M95Z shrined significantly* 'j-njqre t. complica tions of pregnancy andi delivery prematurity, anri^abnormal condi tions of lh.e fiewborn than among a similsf' ndmbcr oi^ children without mental defects they said The nonmechamcal abnormali ties such a's^bleeding 'during.preg- nancy or B166d: -Infection, which m a j result in oxygen insufficiently for the. unborn-infant,: appeared to be more important'than-mechani- Dave Royer AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE Wtoler-Royer Agey, 809 '9th St Ph. 359 cal 'factors such- as! d i f f i c u l t - d e i cry ^ i The factors that a p p e a r j t o be as5ociated!,witrt,imental defect are' similar'torthps.e, previously, found b) the pli\sicians to t» associ^tejl lh cerebral pais :epilepsy and childhood "behauor disorders -j ' The physicians said there are several ''reproductive casualties ' consisting" o f ; b r a i n / d a m a g e incurred before during 1 and immc diately after, birth,.rosuHing' from abnormalities^.during -these"- periods." M e n t a l - retarda'ion , shotld so added to t h e ' group,^ which.al- cady,.includes spontaneous abortions still births newborn deiths cerebral palsy epilepsy and be riayior disorders * * ho authors'said' that-.these disorders no longer-can be.thought of as separate ''and'-'distinct .dis- e'Sj jbut 'rather- must^be, thought of^"as types of. chronic cerebral (brain) injury ' i p ..Their! findings focus' attention orVthe'need for further research in th"e 'Vaiise, diagnosis',"".care,-:and prevention . of these neuropsy- chjalric disorders, the physicians said. The survey was aided by. a^granl f rtJiri ihc Found a ti on ~ f · r - Me nt ally Retarded fand- Handicappedi Children of-Baltimore., ;.-·.. A Markets^bj^Wire at Bank, A live wire in .his fences' ''discourages' jackals from' digging jm- ifT- fences lo get at sheep on'.the farni of T. .Coriradie near Montagu, South Africa; There's a Christmas Card -for each member of the family al Tenih St Greeley v £ry Goods : -/,-. VALUES! H ' SO A H Tr*uhf*in l*f| prtsidtnt of .|ht CrUlty Nitlonil Bank, ind thr»« cifllt ftcders from .Eaton'.inspc'cKthr rwwZt*|«typ6.m«; chint InstVllcd Mendty in tht bank's lobby. The telttyp* wilt providt report* of tht livistock and drentd b«»f supply ind prlcti from tht mfijor-'mirktt- ceht*r» of the ;eoOntry,-"Th«, m«Fhirw;h»s bttn-.m- sfilltfl as · public trrvice. The'thret m«h from Eifon trt, Itft to rfght Tom Nix J B Nix and Arthur D Gustafson The machint tfnd its'installation is h'andlcd by the.Mountain State* T«f*phxHi« company Local agtnt m looting th« machmts is th* Colorado Ctttf* F«*dtrs AsseciaHon Tht ttlttyp* gill its newi from the United Statts Departmentof Aglic'ulturt offict'at.DtnvtrVand it is exp«ct*d that grain market rtpoVts'will .soon bt added to th* livestock n»wi printed ofi-the",t#Ietype. 'At prestnt 'there; a re foor'"ott»ei j such.ma chin«i ifi.Weld County. One machint'H lo'cittd'j th* F«rr Firm* office in Grtttey7 tht.«ecofxl:is it Hie Farr-Company office in.Ault, th* third has been installed it'Monfort'i Feid Lot, and th* last the Eaton : Potato 'Grower* Cooperative 1 company.--Tribune poto by Jim Moore Exchange Old Card \ s ' MACON Miss (fl -- Mrs \yiley I^ntr will open a clean em elope this, week and-puH : 6ut -a" Uttered, yellowed Christmas card the same one' she's."received every 1 other^ Chrisimas. for -18" yea.rs. A sister Mrs 0 I/ Turman of Laurel."Miss'/ first sent theVcard *o M" LC»*E i- 1 93- M «x* ,«T Mrs. tentz decided to cut down on her budget. So she,returned the 'old".card to her sister with "this greeting: ,\ 'We "can't.afford'new. ones ^·'Cause 1 times;' are just too hard So we* send our best wishes On your old .Christmas card." The sisters have been exchanging the old card 'with new. verses ever since. -- - ,-- -- - -- GIFT-GIVING YOURSELF! 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Lace-trimmed .'. .or tailoret!,lQp% Nylon'.Tricot. in'pink or-'wh'ite;- ; SizcV f from 32 ' to.(«. -· ·:.· : . · · - :,',;;' ,-, .PLUS TAX ' ; · · ' . ·j.\LAiyiE's; vov-ox ,' ^'-iplfoiis:^.- .·Waabablej cotton prlnta · In light : and .dark' colors. - - ; STREET FLOOR -· " LADIES' ., . Billfolds $2 to $3 Famous Lilly Dache. "Arl^to- crat" Billfolds In rarry her valuables' In. A. large sslec- lion of ttyjei and colon. · '· STREET FLOOR LE~LEE 0}-en?Aei\ S*.,.6rectey ' ·.. . . · · · -·;,.:·.·-:';,',· v.-:''-:,--.. - - . f :A·:·'.! : -. ":\-^-··" ·? - ·· ·..'.- ' · · - . . ..»··?.;,;-/.*'.;;·. ^/^··:^y^.:^.^ · · - , . ? ^;-;^s ;"rv,=' :' ; .; OPEN EVERY: EVENING 'TIL CHRISTMAS BOYS' LEATHER Gloves 1,98-2.98 Finest qaallty Uatheri . ;·-'. fleece lined . . . fi -comrlete ·'size, range fn hrown. ' . -. ' .:· DOWNSTAIRS (TORE : LADIES" 98ctol.98 lotion or "organdy In ha'lf,- 1 cobbler,.' bib* /and cra-orall, ityle aproria. In' ChrJslmaa- bright colors! 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" · : DOWNSTAIRS STORE i HOXED Pillow Cases Chooso.-.from "-Mr./ Mr*,, " His/Hets, 'irpral "palterhs *6n./typp". ISO . f i n e , qnaVU/' cases. 1 Neiatly 'bbxerf- and rendy". Id' givo! - / : · .'^- -'" ,: : " · DOWNSTAIRS STORE FIELDCREST V /- ' Blankets . . . . -, . . , rieldcrest's Newf'Wjrlo* SUr"-,,:'. } Nylon, cotton and riyon jrlth irlds aatlri binding . . .'s[arburst!de"slKii repeated fiver blanket. Emerald green, hlue, rose,TM'Sia'ni'ese--red, niocha. ; '/ DOWNSTAIRS.4TORE

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