The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on May 21, 1952 · Page 3
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PI J ** " ^^ ^^ K " ^^ •* " *** ' or ite Son's Homecoming Will Draw Record Crowds n rm. & \rf\\ * O1T1 O f 1 f fo^f" t C\ \\C>\\\ fllTM-H^ V/i Swv* 41. _ I • _. •*-». Kan*. (^Excitement this prairie town today HU . BV all of its 6,506 resi- ,!•« in the task of preparing e-coming June 4 of its hustle end bustle along f this usually quiet Bill Hickok, b roaring six-guns m the ated as high as Abilene for the •o-coming Nearly business man in the central Dl f oOT1 has turned every ef- See Me Before You Die- Dial 2061 fort to help prepare for the bie event. • & The general committee in charge announced that adequate arrangements have been made to handle the crowds and traffic. "So much has been said about the huge crowds expected here that some people are liable to be frightened away," said committee Chairman H. R. Lang. "Everyone is invitpd and no one should stay away for fear of a traffic jam, lack of food or other facilities." Details: of the handling of these situations have been carefully worked out, he said, with the aid of experts in each field. Special parking facilities have been set up for 20,000 cars. All the parking areas are within walking distance of all events. Between 500 and 600 Kansas police officers will assist Abllene's force in handling traffic and parking. The day's biggest attraction will be a major address at 5 p.m. by Eisenhower in the city park, named for him. The 30-minute speech, awaited by the nation and the world, will be telecast and broadcast by the major networks. Writers for more than 100 individual newspapers and other publications have applied for space at the press headquarters in the Sunflower hotel. Eisenhower and his party, perhaps including his four brothers, will arrive in'Abilene during the morning of Wednesday, June 4. The entire sixth floor of the hotel has been set aside for them. Prior to his main appearance in Eisenhower park, the general will make a brief "non-political" talk at the cornerstone laying for a memorial museum to house his million-dollar collection of war souvenirs and documents. That is scheduled for noon. At 2:30 p.m. Eisenhower will review a long parade depicting his. life. A! Jolson made the first talking picture, called "The Jazz Singer." Expert Counseling Helps Soldier To 'Find Himself. leases By HARHIAN W. NICHOLS WASHINGTON ^-(IP)— A' wounded , „, T TC veteran has a problem about how r v^ D r> ,7 r ™ „ . to get back into private life.-Wal. YORK ~(JE)— Terramycm ler Reed hospital has something of of the new "wonder drugs," a solution dSeawS 6 *° "^ ^^^ UP ^ The ** with a ie * or « m "^ or Th« ^,,~ .v,^^ f „.« ^ who is suffering frost bite from ™. h d? &"p p^dY/T* { tafl «g u l. a ' 0K / e3 ' tol - " Cha " Ce tie in combating internal infec- toT ^ e fell who is destined for tjons. Now according to a New ret j reme nt because of miseries ^ 0r v,l, S , Cl l n ^ st :^L? a l b !. e " _ f " u = n ^ committed by the enemy receives prepares him for the against the rest of society in a lifejihead is education^ At normal way of life. It is a tedious of CHURCH BUILDING BOOMS 'v.:.Vf CHICAGO ,T-(U.B)— ^our".experts1 u said today 'a church'-buildirig ,tioom is on^in the, nation „because -parr: ish'oners have more money in their v pockets to ( contribute, ^ew'^ con-^ struction and-remodeling last year", reached §290, million,,. ' '.',/'. to hav^ good effect on superficial infections and disease. counseling of specially-trained n £ s A • r sc £ s ?- . . workers. These people look into Dr. Frederick Reiss, associate the background ^ ^ hurt boy. clinical professor of dermatology - - - -- ...-'. and syphilology at University- Bellevue medical center, reported in the New York State Journal of Medicine that terramycih seems What they look for are hobbies, what the kid used to do before he answered the call, his family background. If the GI used to be a bank to have a "superiority" over other derk> maybe he i ike s a game of TEMPLE LUMBER COMPANY'S PAINT-UP TIME SPECIAL! OUTSIDE- - - irrx A mm ' i'y- MODELING NEEDS Repair and Re modal Loans- Nothing Down-—36 Months to Pay On Loans of $2500 or Less MiORNER GULF and COMMERCE DIAL 8256 agents. Reiss said in 55 patients treaf.ed topically—that is, directly on the skin—not a single sensitization, or allergic reaction, was observed. The absence of allergic reaction, according to the doctor, increases the usefulness of the drug. billiards or^a game-of table tennis. So here is where he is steered in Hhe recreation rooms of Walter Reed. But the way out is what is important. When a boy comes back from over there, he feels like the world and college studies. The ~U. S. WiU follow instructions, not get Armed Forces Information Pro- mad, and fill out all of* the forms, gram provides mosrof that.- • he 'will come out a winner.'' At this hospital alone, 1,450 pa- He gets a lot of help in filling tients a year take advantage of - ou t the forms that the government 1$: ... ', ... ,. , says' is necessary. If he is smart TTlh e Veterans Administration, the he fills them out honestly. U. S. Employment Service, and if he does not, the record— as the American Red Cross also play we -say in Washington— can come important parts in the counseling, back to haunt him.. It has hap- A man will come in and won- pened. der how he can get along after he At the same time he is, advised is mustered out with only one leg. about his insurance benefits and The Red Cross will come through, discharge and benefit payments. He may worry- about pension, After a man has been out risk- educational, and vocational reha- ing life, limb and future for a bihtational benefits. The VA has little kid back home, that's the Ir answ -' er - least the .government can do. To How about some spending mon- see that his hurts are healed. ey? That matter is taken care of, _ too. ,. ^- v . tne ^ me *he patient is on the "outside looking in" at a service More -"than 2,000-manufactiir-- ing operations 1 are required to as-f semole the average watch. 1* Men and apes are the only creatures whose eyes can be fo- The doctor said he had used the has lost or forgotten him. drug to treat six cases of impetigo, 12 of eczema, 11 cases of eczema of the ear canal, two cases of psoriasis, 19 cases of acne and two cases of furuhculosis. Of. the series, 13 patients were given the drug my mouth. The others were administered the drug in ointment form. Reiss said that most of the skin eruptions were caused by the bugs known as staphylococci or streptococci. Other drugs also have effect against those tj'pes of bugs. "But," Reiss said, "in the exper- ience'of most dermatologists re- ponse to that form of therapy was often delayed and frequent sensi- tizations are additional hazards." In a number of cases, Reiss said, he tested the speed of action, of terramycin by applying the drug to one side of the patient's body while using a standard anti- infective, anti-itching agent on the other side. 'Old Man River' Gets Tough With Welschman LLANFAIR, Wales (U.E>— Frederick Poole said today a rainstorm caused the river level outside of his door to rise 12 feet and flood his living room. He said the deluge brought one end of his house down on him, •washed him into the river and incapacitated his wife with shock- He was drenched but unhurt. hospital, the wheels are rolling in cused for different distances. a matter of 10 days or so. " Ahead of that, though, he is interviewed by every possible person 1^ JUi I. \JL AU1 ClWllCll liil-l 1. .- — ~..•«.•••*-•« «_^ i^ • y,* ^. ^s^^jBj* N^itv _j^\^-O»-^l4 ^— -*— »•«..-But a popular part of the pro- who could help him stack himself its boundaries. 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