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Galveston Daily News (Newspaper) - February 17, 1977, Galveston, Texas Salbctiun JaUy 3C Thursday Morning February Pretzel Recall Ordered By FDA WASHINGTON UPI Consumers were cautioned Wednesday that cases of pretzels some distributed nationwide are sprinkled with lye crystals that can burn the tongue mouth and throat The Food and Drug Administration announced recall of the pretzels made by Pepperidge Farm and distributed under six brand names along with cases still in the companys stock The lye crystals look like the salt crystals used on pretzels the agency said in issuing a list of the con taminated brands which consumers should return to the place of purchase Pretzels with the lye crystal were made at the Pepperidge Farm plant in New Holland which now is shut down the FDA said It said that earlier this month two consumers in Detroit received chemical burns to the mouth and tongue from eating lye crystals that were in the pretzel bags Neither consumer was hospitalized and both have recovered Subseduent FDA examihtion of unopened pretzel packages has revealed the presence of sodium hydroxide lye The announcement ex plained that lye and water are used to give pretzels their glazed look This process properly carried out is safe because pretzels absorb sodium hydroxide and the chemical is con verted to sodium car bonate a harmless sub stance when the pretzels are baked In this case the sodium hydroxide apparently was not mixed properly As a result some of the chemical did not dissolve completely in the solution and sub sequently got into the packages along with the The agency listed these brands and distribution areas Pepperidge Farm brand Thin Sticks in oz bag and 11 oz boxes Nugget iw oz bag 11 oz box Tiny Twist 1 oz bag Dutch style 7M oz box Cheese Twigs 11 oz box Plain Gems sold institutionally in 1te Ib bags Cheese Gems sold institutionally in lVfe Ib bags and Tiny Twist sold institutionally in Ib bags The Pepperidge Farm products Goldfish Pretzels and Frozen soft pretzels are not involved Billys Pretzels Thin Bretzel 1Vz 8 and 14 oz sizes Tiny Thin Bretzels 9 oz size Special Bretzels 8 and 14 oz sizes Dutch Bretzels 10 oz size BaldeeBretzels 8 oz size Thin Bretzel Stix 9 Gems and 20 and Cheese Flavor Gems in and 20 oz sizes Snyders of Hanover Guest Quality brand Pennsylvania only Pretzel Nibblers 14 Special Pretzel 8 and Pretzel Logs 9 oz Cains brand Ohio and Michigan Tiny Twist Pretzels 9 oz Pretzel Stix 10 Pretzel Twists 9 and 13 and Dutch Pretzels 10 oz Crouthamels Prize brand Maryland District of Columbia Pennsylvania Delaware New Jersey New York Connecticut and Massachusetts Thin Pretzels 1Vfe Tiny Thin Pretzels 9 Stick Pretzels 9 and Dutch Style 10 oz Dutch Valley brand Pennsylvania and Pretzel Gems 15 oz Trial Begins For Nun In Sons Death ROCHESTER Roman Catholic nun went on trial for manslaughter Wednesday charged with suffocating hernewborn son You have an awesome responsibility Monroe County Assistant District Attorney Joseph Valentino told Judge Hyman Maas who presided at the nonjury trial of Sister Maureen Murphy Valentino urged the judge to shed the cloak of sympathy for Sister Murphy and treat this case like any case that comes before Sister Murphy 36 a member of the Sisters of St Joseph Order had previously pleaded in nocent to the charges and waived her right to a jury DRIVE A LITTLE SAVE A LOT Let Us Show You How DATSUN SAVES TWIN CITY DATSUN Tf XASCTV 3331 HWY 1763 9457371 trial She is free on bail Valentino said the nun gave birth to a boy in her room at the suburban Our Lady of Lourdes parish convent last April 27 after nine months of hiding her pregnancy dodging questions and lying about going to the Shortly after having the child Valentino said the nun thrust a pair of panties down this babys throat as far as she could and then wrapped the baby in a blue nightgown and discarded him in an orange waterpaper Sister Murphy was found lying on the floor of her room bleeding profusely and was taken by 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