The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on June 3, 1952 · Page 11
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June 3 lift—The ieuces in the , south of Physician Advises CHICAGO <U.E) — A scientific a J° urnal believes vitamin A concen- , , o a Monday set aside light-skinned Negro girl who has truate f a re "Potentially t P.**- been "passing.. ta tt e north as ."" ™ » Marshall, White. toxic" and i «> the tnounaj ruvtua- ttVaTexas state court. '{,*»*« Court acted in a A 1921 Marshall ordinance per- mits e board of censors to re- children." Tne American Journal of Roen tgenology and Radium Therapy said in an editorial that vitamin . be submitted to the board. The A concentrates are "probably s u- thp LriouiiciJ vGVGrS" . , . — ~~~ ^^**»j\j*,o \,\j ± ^- - --»—•-.-. 0iJ ^*.**v* ^^I^UA.***!*. ^**v^* n^j so, uic ._ 1 Quire that any picture shown in the said in an editorial that vitamin city be submitted to the board. The A concentrates are "probably suit re- or « man ce forbids the showfng of perfluous and certainly expensive." 3F1V ntf tiiro* HJc-it-vvv^^.»^.,i T--.-. _tt TU*-i «^i._«. n > :jj 1.1 _ _ • _ _•» opinion. 'Gelling, manager of the Theater in Marshall. $200 for ?howlng "a February. 1950. raiding the "&**?", case ' Irs court had relied on a ft crone Court ruling not constmmonally pro- jcsuse they are merely vent offered for profit. ish bench overruled this H e V'ScSon last Monday * nv Picture disapproved by "the Th e journal said there is danger F' 0 h b-n on "The Mira- Doara as of 'immoral character, °f vitamin A poisoning "especially r 3 !* , ViTrk There was no or P* 2110 ; 1 a character as to be among children who are not suf- I J ** A"v«tP hut the Mav Prejudicial to the best interests o£ fering from dietary deficiences." the^eople of (Marshall) if publicly The editorial added that control TV, of the a dmini stration of vitamins Ine board disapproved "Pinky" is difficult "because the public gets for the second reason, but Gelling most O f its information concerning exhibited at just the same. His the magic of vitamins from com- conviction and fine in a Harrison - - county court were sustained by the that Texas Court of Criminal Appeals Mailman And Police Get Alt Tangled Up, [or re! g>ous re « i0 -' b , 5 Felix frankfurter added ^ce of "Marshall "offends " cress clause of the 14th r on the score Of indef- ielf did not give is for us action, oduced by Twentieth concerns the exper- i forbidden To |e Colored Pigs , June 3 (UPJ - Finding ;^d pig among Ireland's i porkers was like hunting I;fdie in a hay thatch Tues- _ for $75 to repay him for 50 hours of time sppnt his car while it was in the^police garage. Jack G. Reese also wanted §27 for taxi fares paid while the vehicle was gone, $50 in punitive damages, $7.50 for depreciation and S60 to repair the transmission, he said police damaged. city, on the other hand, wanted R^ese to pay for four parking tickets and a storage fee on the automobile. Both Reese and the police stolen car division searched for the vehicle for nine days before learning that the police parking division had towed it in to the garage De- cause of the unpaid tickets. |,_... .... , . r'f f ^!7 r Isaday forbede farmers to .ai are not pink. Farm- d tnc decree because aiEXICO CITY OB—Mexico's vast road construction program has mercial advertising." "Commercial advertising," the editorial said, "is understandably designed to create public belief that there is a widespread intake of vitamin A, that daily supplements prevent and cure a host _of indefinite comman complaints and that vitamin A concentrate , is harmless. "Physicians are almost helpless against the commercial exploitation which gushes endlessly." The editorial, signed by Dr. John Caffey of the Columbia Presbyterian Medical Center of New York, said there have been so many recent cases of vitamin "A poisoning that a new, man-made disease has appeared on the medical scene. It is called "hypervita- minosLs." ' '' The editorial said early symptoms in children include such com 1 " mon complaints as loss of appetite, itching and fretfulness. Later symptoms include: swelling of the extremities and bone changes. Additional findings, the editorial safd, include fissures of the lips, loss of hair, dry skin, jaundice and enlargement of the liver. Grows And Crows JACKSON, Miss. ilB—J. E. Rich- THREE VOLUNTEER FIREMEN trict Attorney Raymond R mittedly started 14 fires in, and other buildings valued homemade fuses fashioned start • fires "for the thrill-." Wegmari, 27; Carl Heffroh, of Media, Pa. t show Delaware County Dis- Start (second from right) how they ad- .five months which destroyed nearby barns at nearly $1,000,000. They said they used of rope and string and soaked in oil to The firemen are (from left)-Robert H. 28, Thomas Shavney, 19. (International} Coffee Breaks Put On Efficiency Basis SAN FRANCISCO (HE)— Here's a tip for mayors and other municipal officials worried over time lost when city employes leave their desks for mid-morning 'and mid- afternoon coffee at negihborhcod soda fountains and restaurants. Keep them in the building by setting -up 'a special coffee room where' they -work. " . ,With the blessing of Mayor 'Elmer Robinson, San Francisco has done that. The city furnishes the room and employes chip in to buy equipment and the makings. Coffree-break-time has been fixed at 10 a.m. and, 3 p.m. , . M ill- i. * Hew Art Form Aids CrioplecS Veterans LOS ANGELES, (U.E)— A comparatively new art, cloissonal painting, is helping many hospitalized war veterans and other patients to,regain the use of atrophied muscles. Cloissional painting was invented by Vera Arnold, a University of Southern California instructor and is a required course of study in the school's occupational therapy ..department. It requires only a few ordinary tools, including a bal peen hammer, pliers, diagnoal cutters and a few pieces of emery paper, but its value to semi-paralyzed patients is great. The basis of the art is a soft, clay-like pan, plasti-glaze, which comes in colors and hardens quickly to a stone-like finish without firing. First a sketch is made on a variety; of . materials, such as leather, glass, scrap metal, papier- mache, copper, or silver. Then small wires are cut and shaped to fit the , contour of the lines and fastened to the material. The spaces are filed in with plasti-glaze .and built : up to the thickness of the wire. After the, plasti-glaze dries, the finished piece .is sanded to.the smoothness of the glass. •Prof. Margaret Rood; head of USCs department of occupational therapy, said the new art is helping patients to learn co-ordination and strengthenenig of their weakened muscles, as' well as giving new incentives to many bedridden persons. Big Opportunity To Spend , This Confederate Money on the Purchase of a 'Specially Priced With the Confederate $5.00 bill— The regular price on this Sunbeam Mixmaster is $46.50. This special price ($41.50) includes the juicer. This offer also includes . . . Just Clip the Confederate $5.00 and bring it.to * Hamilton Beach Reg. $42.00— or, Westinghouse Reg. $U.95 r.oo ! 36 Some Asiatic fish survive the dry seasons by burying themselves in the mud for long periods. 3425 Market St. Dial 4978 dustrj-. goveniment officials re- por t. Last year, more than 85,000 -.re" pigs have skin pig- cars entered the country" from the ich discolor their meat. United States. , . . . a great help to the tourist in- ardson has a white Leghorn chick which he says began crowing at the age of three weeks. Normally it takes a rooster 15 to 16 weeks to reach the crowing stage. imoiKQ -f-lfi^o" *%z££3£& This $2 Bill Applies on the purchase of any pair of shoes In our store costing OR MORE 'MEN'S, WOMEN'S, CHILDREN J S S SHOES! ... OUR ENTIRE STOCK INCLUDED IN THIS SALE This $! Bill is as good as gold when applied on the purchase of any shoes priced from SAYINGS AS BIG AS THE SOUTH! The on| y 50c B5Ils ?n ex - good on the purchase of any pair of shoes cosfmg from JUST CUP THESE BILLS—AND BRING ? EM IN! 213 W. TEXAS (on the SOUTH side of the street) Let this 550 Confederate bill apply on the purchase "of any Amana 12, 18 or 25 cu. ft. home freezer . . . 0ive yourself the world's "finest home freezer ... ihe freezers built to.hold up to 875' Ibs. of food. And the Amana requires little more floor space than the average refrigerator! _ >! O!^—* •• " 1 t "~ * ^ ^ >> *tw£~-,\ ™ 1 ~" " -3 t T - " -HoaMrf»— ~v-fc- ~ ,X-j' , '• ' *•* ? - ' ;~-~ i<,'->r^ -&1 - _. ~M - -, ,' -r, 'v''-^">^»r . •?.•: - >y v viv ,^5- *-?&i » Let this $20 bill apply on the purchase of any Magic Chef or Chambers gas ra'nge in our store . . . real value for thts old Confederate money. Buy the new 1952 Serve! Gas Refrigerator of your choice and let this $20 Confederate bill apply on the purchase price . . . there is a Servel for every requirement — every size family . . . see them today. -4J Wake this great new Blacfcstone clear away your washday blues .. ^ and let this $20 Confederate b?R apply on the purchase price. Real value for the finest of automatic washers. "YOUR HEADQUARTERS FOR THE RNER GAS APPUANCES" U 9 E TEXAS - PHONE i6u: # "cv—t * *~* "* = r^-'ofe-.'^^'^

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