The News from Frederick, Maryland on July 22, 1948 · Page 8
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The News from Frederick, Maryland · Page 8

Frederick, Maryland
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Thursday, July 22, 1948
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New Drug Disclosed j To Treat Polio Ca«es j Ne\v York, July 21 f,--Aurco- rn} cin. * new drug that is being tried oa infantile paralysis ir Texas, and on a little-kno\\ n venereal disease in Xew York City, formally unveiled today. This drug is in the same ciabs as penicillin aid itreptomycin that is. it is ar; antibiotic made frora chemicals that microbes produce. It was developed at tne Lederle laboratories. Xew Jersey, and \\as discussed in-a day-long s-essiori today under auspices of tne New York Academy of Sciences. Columbia Uuiversdtj "s College of Physicians and Surgeon'; and ihe University of T e x a s Medical School have been trying .: The importance of aure^iivcii itcs in the fact that it .* elective against some viruses These are peculiar ' bugs usually much ^mailer than gerius or oac'er a The vsrus bugs live only tissue cells, and that makes it hard for mos: drugs to reach then.. In polio there never has 'been any medicine that penetrated inside the nerve cells where the polio bug. a very small virus, does its destructive work. The new an- recraycin has shown effectiveness against the \irus causing lypho- granuloma a venereal disease res- embling syphillis. Doctors Murray j Saunoers jnd Als«a E. Braley, of Columbia reported today that the j r.e.v drug i=: better for this vene- ' real disease than any other remedy ' they have tted in more than 20 years. The theory is that if aureomycin attacks one virus it may be able to destroy a d'ilerent virus. The polio virus s a different bug There ha\e been numerous reports in the last \seek that 60 , Te vas pol.o patients are up and · v. ali.i-g. due to aureomycin. and' the san.e reports also have credited these alleged recoveries to an- otrer rev.- Irug thiazoiy! a re- la'ive of v an:i» 3-1. SESSION OPENS JVLY ?6 Tae second term of the summer sess.on at \Vestern Maryland College v. _'·! bcssn on Monday. July 26 Registration for this tein will be co l- pie.ei! t:W day and attend- art«r ^..',U\! De about the saiie a- the f:ist ter:r TVse featured course oe a workshop in the historv "OWat 40,50,60?" -- Man, You're Crazy e Ttt Try of the Greek theatre This \\ill be under the direction of Albert Hur- \vitz of the graduate school of Fine Arts at Yale University, and Dr. William A. McDonald and Dr. \Villiam Ridington will co-operate in the seminar project This workshop will evolve a 1 series of art problems including j sniall scale models of theatres-. ' masks, set projects and a produc- Now Many Wear FALSE TEETH With More Comfort FASTEETH. a pleasant nivalmt , non-acid» powder, holds iaise teeth cisore firmly. To eat and talk in more ictniorr. just sprinkle a tittle FAS- TEETH on jour p!ate No gummy gooey, pasty taste or feeling Checks ·plate odor" (denture breath). Get FASTEETH at any drug store tion of a Greek play to be presented m the campus open air theatre. Calcutta, capital of Benfial. India ha-; a population of more than 1 350.000 Nw*. Frederick, "Md., Thursdmy. July 22.154f 1 AJ« ou solus t!irough ttve IuBetion»l ·c:tda »se' period peculiar to »ceacn iCS to 52 vrs )" Dors tixis aiake jou svi^c" irosi hot n»*nes. fe*-! 50 *w*f- PI:*. LiKii-s^r':^^ t:r*4' 1"iie:s to try Lela E Pinkiis:r.'s Vegetable Com- Plafcliam's Compound also has what Doctors *»'' a stoR-jiciiie Male eStc*.'. E. PIMUMAII'S vtttT ** £ . ft !ro» "CM."* Try At a!! drug stores everywhere -- In Frederick, at Wi'Uamson's LIBERIYT01 TOURNAMENT! AND PICNIC Wednesday, August 4 RIDING BEGINS 11 A. M. Dancing -- Afternoon and Evening OZZIE PAGAN'S ORCHESTRA Chicken and Ham Dinners Bingo -- Games If Rain -- Thursday. 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