The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on January 12, 1961 · Page 6
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tta.mninu *im Thursday, January \2, I960 $*wt»er$ Offer i'ood For Child Burned LAS VEGAS, Nev. (AP)-A lit-j tie girl lay war death in a hos- piial bfd. Burns covered three- Ufths of her body. Several hundred miles away, 11 j strangers ieft their work to give! her a hand. I They had two things in common: Aii had b^en badly burned. All offered their blood ii; sympathy for a liny sutferer none of them knew. Dozens of others read about j Julia Howe, 3. a Marine sergeant's daughter, and telephoned Ncliis Air Force Base to offer the only thing that might help—blood. 'ihey cailed from Honolulu, Boston, Seattle and points between. So many failed that the doctors asked them to stop. An Air Force C47 flew most erf the 11 from Los Angeles to Nellis. Each gave a pint of blood. Bill Nolic, 34, a Cherry Valley, Calif., dicmaker. waited nine hours at the airport for the plane. "1 can't put it in words—what can I say?" he toid questioners. . "I just know what burns are, and I know what the little girl is going through." Nolle suiered second- and third-degree burns when his midget race car cracked up at 130 miles an hour in 1353. He was hospitalized four months and treated another seven. Hal Steinman, 24, a Santa Monica, Calif., grocery clerk, was "repaying a debt" When he was 7, a manhole explosion burned him so badly that doctors twice abandoned hope. Blood given by 31 of bis father's fellow policemen sustained him. In 1356, Steinman—then a paratrooper—was critically burned again when his plane caught fire over Germany. He jumped—and spent a year in the hospital. William S. Simons of Kearns, Utah, lost time as a crane operator to donate. He came a week early, had to take a bus home. Then he came back. Simons, an ex-Marine, was burned over 40 per cent of his body at 8. Doctors replaced between 80 and 95 per cent of Julia's blood Monday and did a skin graft. Her nightgown caught fire Jan. 3 as she played with a cigarette lighter. Doctors say her condition will be critical for a month. For the present they have all the b-nega- tive blood they need. Fresh Fruits And Vegetables Offer Good Market Buys By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Many fresh fruits and vegetables arc "good buys" in Texas food markets this week, and cab- K..,' irads the pack, the USDA's M.-irkcting Service reports. Gibbage supplies from South Texas are huge and wholesale prices seldom have been much lower. Grocery shoppers also will want to heed the abundance of cauliflower, carrots, celery, greens and green onions, lettuce, tomatoes and purple-top turnips, the agency sav-s. Other vegetables in excellent supply are potatoes, sweet potatoes and dry onions. Texas grapefruit and oranges are at their seasonal peak. Winesap and Rome Beauty apples remain in good supply. So do bananas and lemons. AI; rile "good buy' 1 tags. Shipments of new-crop avocados have increased substantially. Prices on snap beans increased this week. Onions, potatoes and sweet potatoes are slightly higher. Cabbage, cauliflower, sweet- corn and tomatoes turned lower. A few new potatoes and canta- loups showed up this week. Heavy marketings of poultry this month are being carried out. Chicken is budget priced. Egg prices, particularly on larger sizes, have dropped noticeably. Markets also provide a wide selection of red meats—pork, beef and lamb—in volume. Peanuts, another high-profcin item, remain in fxcf-llont supply. l..sty:.<.-.*i~:-S# FAWX AKO ORAT tarn- IMM for » twe piee^ *«ck- WfMWW^Wl Wllll WJ^tTBitWB • irtirt* LEAN FRESH Ground Beef EXTRA TASTY LB. 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