The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on January 14, 1954 · Page 28
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The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas · Page 28

Baytown, Texas
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Thursday, January 14, 1954
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3>AGE 28 — THE BAYTOWN SUN, THURSDAY, JANUARY 14, 1954 ite Of Polio Tests Still Not Determined "- NEW YORK. Jan. 14 —UP—The -National Foundation for Infantile .^Paralysis said Thursday it has Crnade Ho decision yet as to which ~of the nation's counties will be "selected for a test of the new polio ^vaccine this year. •?-:^A foundation spokesman said Iiiames of the counties would be •••made public as soon as possible TJiiier their selection. An advisory ---committee has received recom- Dr. J.. D. Kuebier Dentist 202 Pruett Bldg. Phone 2141 mendations from state health .officers, who will be responsible for administration of the "validity trial" of the vaccine- The committee is still studying sqientif.ic data to insure that the 500.000 to 1.000.000 second-graders involved will represent a proper scientific sample for the test. Five criteria have been set up for selection of the sample, which is expected to include children in every state of the union. They are: ].. That the country show a high polio incidence rate i» the five years 1948-1952: 2. That the country had a high epidemic rate during those years in the June to September period. 3. That it showed a high attack rate in the second grade age group —six to eight. .. . .. 4. Adequate health facilities 'wiihiu the county to handle the inoculations. 5. Social and economic conditions, population by age. urban or rural economy and geographical location to provide a significant cross-section of the general population. A foundation spokesman said it wa s not possible to say how many counties would be selected since the sample sought is figured in numbers of children rather than geographic area. As estimate - of 200 was made at the. first announcement of the. tests, and it \\as expected they would include counties from each state. The size B call's TOMORROW - 9:30 A.M.! JUST Ladies' Spring Suits Gabardines- — Sharkskins Linen Weave Rayons Sizes 10-20; i4'/2-22 ! /2 CLEARANCE! 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Dr. Hart Van' Riper, medical- director . of the foundation, said the selection of i sample which would provide "significantresults" must be the "first consideration" in deciding which counties will be selected. . '•. •. "Since the validity trials are the culmination of long years of research," Van Riper ."said, "They conducted • according to the most objective scientific standards. . ' : •... -. "To. do otherwise .would destroy their purpose and break faith with the scientists and the American people 'who 'have made them possible." Sun Patterns For Easy Sewing Especially flattering and charming e.nse'mbl'e version! Under matching bolero, (Tress is a soft cep sleeved basic with skirt in six gentle gores, A-treasure, too, because it has the simplicity needed for wide variety of fabrics. No. 2699 is cut in sizes"12, 14, 16, 18, 20, 36, 38, 40, 42, 44, 46. Size 18: 4% yds. of 39-in. fabric. ,29591 SIZES I 12 -40 Tie-on this - attractive home 'frock with handy. carryall pockets; make it , to use «s an, apron, too, in. its shorter, length version. It's versatility and. simplicity of design insure style as well as casy- scwing. . •'•'•.'• '•' ~ , ' ' No. 2959 is. cut in' sizes 12, U, 16, 18, 20, 36; 38.- 40. Size 16: Longer length version takes 5'i yds. 35-in. As an apron, shorter length takes 2 : -i ytfs. 35-in. Send SOc for PATTERN with Name, Address, Style Number and Size. Address PATTER.N V BUREAU, The Baytown Sun, Box 42. Old Chelsea Station, New York 11, ' ' Patterns ready to fill orders immediately. For special handling of order via first class mxil include nr. extra 5c pr.-r pattern. Just off the press! The 1953-1954 FALI -WINTER .FASHiPJN BOOK' beautifully illustrated in COLOR and ' presenting over one-hundred signs for every age •uid type of fall, fashions at tneir smartest! Easy-to-rnake practica^ pattern de- figure. Order your crpy now— the price is only 25c. Square Dancing On Horseback Is Next FORT WORTH. Jan. 14-UP— Square dancing on horseback will be th e social highlight of the Southwestern Exposition and Fat Stock Show which opens here 'Jan. 29 Show President W.-R. Watt said three entri0 s for the mounted quadrille already have been received. ROSEDALE PEACHES OR VAL VITA NO. 21-2 HOLLENDALE OLEO IB. FAIRMONT, QUICK FROZEN CHICKEN BACKS 2 IB. BOX PINTO BEANS HAPPY VALE GARDEN NO. 300 CAN UNCLE WILLIAMS NO. 300 CAN CROWN NO. 1-4 CAN ADOLPHUS LONG GRAIN Lb. Box BROOKDALE SALMON .Tall Can FRESH PORK ROAST LB., PORK STEAKS IB.' VEAL SQUARE CUT ROAST .Lb. VEAL SQUARE CUT STEAK .Lb. JASMINE PURE PORK SAUSAGE LB. ROLL BRICK .Lb. CARDINAL BACON . Broken Slices YELLOW ONIONS Lb. SWEET POTATOES Lbs. CARROTS Bunch SUGAR 5- With Purchase 7.00 or More CARNATION HOMO OR PASTEURIZED FRESH HALF GAL CARTON or BOTTLE

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