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Experimenting with sulpha drugs, Prof. Mansfcld found that they do not kill the germs in the human organism, but keep them and their products out of the or- |ganibÂ»: by L-'ocking the brain cells.. That discovery !.as been substantiated by experiences showing that if a cut is made through the nerve connecting the sick organ to the central nervous system, the disease ceased to develop. The immunity against the same kind of infection has been developed by the organism, nevertheless. That made it obvious that although the infectious germ suc- ceeded, by way of the blood, I n ' reaching the brain cells, It could., not continue its trip into the'ctlls of the organism, because the nerve ' was scverpd. ' v Â· 3. Prof. Mansfeld succeeded in : immunizing healthy .animals with the brains of animals which have become immune by having recovered from tuberculosis. Inasmuch as the injection of immune brain cells holds no* danger whatsoever, the way seems to have been opened to a new wide range therapy of infcctional sicknesses. I MOTHER DOESN'T WANT HIM. Richard Fejdasz, 3, unwanted i by his mother in Eugene, Oregon, puts a few personal items ini nis , grip in preparation for his trip to Japan aione. The tot s fatner, ' M/Sgt. Joseph J. Fejdasz, on duty with occupation forces in Asaka, has arranged for a Japanese maid to care for the boy during the day. (NEA Telephoto) Texan Gives Congress Both Barrels on Rent Control By IIARMAN W. NICHOLS United Press Staff Correspondent] WASHINGTON, Feb. 12-tU.PJ-- A lean, wiry gent from Texas! hauled off and gave congress both 5 barrels. Â· L. A. Weisser of Houston didn't ! lock like a -lo/ig horn. He was i dressed as a "civilian"' in a neat. blue suit and polished black shoes,, \vith low heels. He wasn't bow- 1 I aft LCttl legged like the cow pokes in the pictures. And when he walked into the House Banking and Currency committee room yesterday ! he was sporting' a modest, one- gallon hat. He came in to say a piece about rent control.^ Since D ES MOINES, la. l'E -- When you have sn iffl eS( don't plan on getting over them for at least a week. That's the advice of Dr. H. E. Ransom, director oi the city health department. "Instead of Just lasting three hc P wrSSS the Prope tv Own- d,vsa7 colds do m the average ers TsociaUot!i of America, he year, the 1948. cold, is .lasting _ai 3 We Give Eagle Stamps CLOTHING HOUSE turned out to be agin it. And he didn't waste any time letting the committee in on his ideas. i Weisser dusted off his drawl into high gear. What- "least a week." he said. Dr. Roocrt -I. Parker, medical director of the board of educaton, agreed. Dr. Ransom said the difference made him so dad-gum sore, he said, was the way the rent con- tims have been suffering from se vere sore throats, aches and pains said was me way inu ICIH tun- Â·-!.Â·- Â»vÂ»~ Â· Â«- tÂ£l office down his way has been lot the body, and in some cases, kicking Texans around. Letters Back Him Up He had fetched along, a brief fever. Tne -cold is hanging on longer this year because of the "severity 1 virus infection, he ex tin his point. He told about an Plained. ^Tfi lorft* \\-hn nwnfd an 11-unit virus Blamed ap'arÂ£Â£* tuÂ°ildÂ£2 Withou? so Dr. ^^^^^ mi-rh as a Hi-Silver the Houston as an "influenza vuus and addea SffSAM-S-a. her rents TMÂ£ SaS *JK%Â£Â£R PROGRESS IN MEDICINE S!NCE LINCOLN'S TIME It would require several newspaper pages to even outline t h e advance in medicine since 1865. THIS IS A BRIEF REVIEW: The X-Uay; The Modern Fever Thermometer; The Hypodermic Syrinjrc; Apparatus 1Â«Â» Measure Blood Pressure: The Modern Microscope. MODERN Sl'KGEKY: New, improved anaesthetics: Blood Transfusions: Brain Surgery: Improved Dentistry: Modern First Aid Supplies. Diphtheria Antfloxin: Typhoid Vaccine; Tetanus Vaccine. SOMK OF THE NEW, MODERN DRUGS: Insulin: Liver Extract: Sulfa Drugs; Penicillin; Streptomycin; Tyrothricin. WHAT MEDICAL PROGRESS MEANS-In Lincoln's day the average age of Americans at death was about 32 years, or younger. Now it is abnvc 60 years! Medical progress is responsible for much of the gain : ~ life expectancy. an average of $10 a month.. The 'woman marched right down to the office, Weisser said, and the manager threatened to clip her one the question of virulence. Â·He said there are two methods of attack of the present colds: with a hook L In the respiratory system. The Houston man said that 1 an- 2. In the. gastro-intestmal sys- o'her thin" about the control busi- torn, which includes the gall blad- S which bothered his ulcers der and other intestinal organs u - f a so-called heat ordinance, Drs. Ransom and Parker listed enacted in Kansas cftv. It became five things for a person to do when ! thf aw Uicre for for a landlord he .starts getting the sniffles: to keen his propertv heated at Quiet Advised Â° 7 at all hours i. Go into isolation immediately H Â» Â« M a a ours . I wasn't much uouble in ihe'^d stay there until all evidence of nme he said. But imagine ~ Endlo'rd in the dead of winter the infection has disappeared. 2. Be -quiet and rest in bed. ' P aS!g r 'down 1 U. hall to wake Â£ fallow any outsiders into ^Itr^^^^^ Pfc"* * r 11 JU1CCS XcrmoSS Weisser said he and cat only light foods, kncTM one landlord who tried it 5. Be sure and- call the family Â· won Jd UP wishing he hadn't physician if a-fever develops and so caJSu about the law. continues, for more than 24 hours, that asked the Houston man, By letting a cold continue with- nomocracy It work' out taking care of it. a person is Democrao at \\orK. _ f __ chance of developing ;IHV\-LOV-^ MI. Â»Â·Â»*Â·---- If the gentlemen of congress knew the answer they kept it to themselves. -. Kcp. Donald Nicholson of Massachusetts wanted to know, though, j if anv sizeable area oi big Texas, had been relieved of rent controls. Weisser had the congress pneumonia, abscessed cars, kidney involvements, pleurisy and other Â·complications, the doctors said. Usher Too Generous MILWAUKEE -- UE -- P.elcr U'bert: a church usher, was puz- there. Agrees is Hot Potato Â«vv.Â«- " hn cniri nilltil zlcd when the parishioners flock r*v P Â«: ii not roiaiu cd back to the church, waving Yes" he said, putting the brake, the collection envelopes he had nn his drawl "But they arc areas I just passed out. He discovered inhaWtcdbv ^ack rabbits, which | the envelopes all contained mon- don't pay us a heck of a lot of | .contributed at previous col- 1C The next witness was a ficntle-! man from New York named }\ij-' Ham K. Russell. He described '.himself as a former politician; i a Republican and chairman ot iffee Metropolitan ftir Rent com- fmittcc. He said he had a bg surprise for congress. He has his . I"i3ni il-i*t * Â» v t v Â« Vo all landlords Â«ho i; volumarily Â»hcn Â« iras otlcrea to renters, "for i"Â« I C Â«'TM. ol BEWARE OF CAT5- c l c l c ' m dur S n M thai vcs. indeed. I Hoodoo Day, Friday the *" s a hot "one. j 13th! 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