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Irving Daily News Texan (Newspaper) - May 26, 1962, Irving, Texas Area news for Todar by . Bauer . Medical Ces people sometimes ask me to be More specific about medical advances to which i refer so freq gently in Liis column. Not Long ago i had the privilege of sitting with a group of physicians Lii Chwasz compiling a list of the important medical advances which influence the health of the people today. Following is a partial list antibiotics which control i infection. Blood which has Many uses in Siu or a and Medicine. Corticosteroids like cortisone and a coh Wlinich Are useful in Many diseases. Radioactive Soto a useful in diagnosis and treatment. Coronary disease More effectively treated. Antl Coain hints which keep tile Bood from Chi ten. Excessively. Heart Suri Ery. Artificial kidney and similar developments of the play Sical function of dialysis surgery extended in Many direction. Neur psychiatric Progress Bentli As to Tori is and prevention of Jne Nul disease. Blood vessel a rays Kielp inn in diagnosis. Char Nicu against cancer. Electronic devices such As cardiac pacemakers. safer and More comfortable. Irradiation useful for Many diseases and for diagnosis. Rehabilitation and physical Medicine have been greatly extended. Polio and Odir Valru is have been extensively studied. Pad disease discovery helps iome retarded a Gilldren. Enzyme chemistry de Ding with die action of ferments in relation to disease. Sports have i dec made safer by medical interest. Contact lenses have Feen Devenio Ted. Fluoridation of Public water supplies prevents dental Carles. Geriatrics care has in or Ved die lot of die a red. Maternity care has made childbirth Safe for both Mother and child. High blood pressure treatment and preventions have been advanced. Cell studies for diagnosis in cancer by the Papanicolau technique have been developed. Biopsies Are greatly extended a taking Sample tis Sioss for diagnosis. Surgery of the Middle ear has been greatly devel Joed. Cellular research seeking the cause of disease in the cell is of eing pursued in relation to cancer and has brought some new information about mongolian idiocy. Tissue Banks , blood Bone and connective tissue have been greatly expanded. Intensive care units in hospitals have spot needed recovery. Cholesterol in relation to Liepart and a artery disease is Lien a studied. Tills list developed in a very Short time covers a wide Range of factors in Progress any or All of which May come co Bear upon the welfare of any individual at any time. Beside Toliese monumental tie inability to control the common cold with a Wlinich Medicine is so frequently taunted seems ver it inconsequential indeed. Or. Vav. W. Baue welcomes Haltli questions from readers and will ans or them whenever possible. Laie to tile tremendous volume of mull received Many questions will be incorporated in die column. Letters Shodd be addressed to or. Vav bluer co daily new s texan distributed by Columbia features inc looking for a new and different luncheon soup. We know youth enjoy this one. Combine a can in 1/2 ounces condensed Tomato soup i soup can water 1/2 cup Cut up cooked Artichoke hearts 3 thin slices Lemon and dash garlic powder. Heat stir now and then. Sprinkle each serv Long w Ith Parmesan cheese. Makes 2 to 3 Servings. The news to Xan Page 3 / i can to Tell you that dream you re not Cie Aret for top 1600 in class set As first Baptist Coal Irving a s unday will Climax a in u a i a the first Baptist Chi Orch of in in a Cam,.-ii r i. T e titled Quot prove your Theca Endi a Day Aith 50 a a Quai. The me Oreen a a a Ork is the associate school attendance l to have Vei i out k new members to the sunday school. Through tile first three sunday a d Church has aver atred 1386 present Hills Mission 1442 present. Lcarl i ill minister of education Chuck Tiv Cosoi a Quot superintendent Norma Sutlin Craan. Pastor of the Church is Rev. Henry Kinkeade and minister of music or. Bui Bumstead. Junior High chorus presents concert. Title men scorn few steaks sold to exclusively at a t attic of s Steak House the Farmer s a 4-3943 de 5-9677 24 a North main 1530 South i direct lines to Dallas no toll Cut Yemen s do Antoun. Or 4-9741. 2007 live Oak at Harwood Ati i Emen s f Revlon Center c r 4 Sigi. One Block South i Jop 12, two doors f ast of Nelman Marcus Preston enter i would you like to Fly away on a dream vacation now easy. And free of your putt putt Golf course Hwy 183 and Carl re. Ask your course pro to enter you in the Quot Quot rips for two to Hawaii and Japan via Northwest airlines another putt putt fun packed f nature history comes alive. Come on teenagers Only a few seats left on the Swopes heritage tour visit famous historical landmarks Scenic sights modern buildings done to miss this Chance. Only $385.00 for this 19 Day tour including All expenses. Bunici Huggins Travil service 146 Strong st.-Dallas-wh1-5050. Hurst Junior High chorus is shown during the recent Spring concert a in traits in also on the program was a Barl Ier Hiiop quartet ensemble faculty quartet sextet As Well As duets and solos by teach hers. Accompanists were Teresa do Hinger Jeanne Hale i Juan Horten in Ige Joplin Mary Linen Couley and Nancy Woodward by la Ltd project will Benefit Lahenry i or is r Iene n of the Library have announced that a Box for old new pm of try and magazines has been Laceil at the North Side rear of Hurst civic Center. Residents leaving papers Are re in espied to tie the bundles of possible and keep Maga lines separate. Proceeds from this pro Jea will be used to Purchase books for Hurst Public Library membership drive planned Hll St a it lands of the Library executive Board discussed plans for a membership drive during the monday night meeting. Mrs. Herby Shook was appointed chairman of the children s Story hour planned for this summer. In other business the Ellard accepted the resignation of or. And mrs. J. Kerllin Clower co presidents of f friends of the Library which was submitted due to Lowers poor health. i girl to received a nurse Uip Barbara sue Pierce of Irving is a member of one of the largest freshman classes Ever to be capped in the history of the 34-year-old methodist Hospital school of nursing at Dallas. A traditional capping ceremony for 51 students is slated for saturday 730 p. Rn., Dallas. A reception for relatives and friends will be held following the ceremony in the nurses residence. Speaker will be Rev. Ney land Hester pastor of Elmwood methodist Church. He will be introduced by or. Bolton Boone Hospital administrator who will also present the Benediction. Invocation will be Given by Rev. James n. Swafford chaplain. The night Orgales student nurse choir will sing under the direction of mrs. . Terry. Their selections will be Quot Lovely appear Quot Green cathedrals and the freshman class song a climb every the daily new s texan tha Irving Dill be i Tevin ii Pulli Lute each a Evvet Monda at 1622 w Irving blvd Irving i a Vas Tele Liono by for Newi advertising i Ercula Hon service be. Ond Ian mall privilege i Solh Orlind Al Irving. Tevas deliver ii or Ardler Bmith . A Puon rate of $1 13 per month for Alv do i Werkl or $1 Earl within Terai oui of late Mal Labier Pilloni Are 112 annual$7 for Iii month Nolf tar Newi texan at by d33.ti bet pert 7 a it and. A should our paper not be delivered Lattif Artoris Thea to a reporter Publ lilting f o Puli limit Stalev t. Mcbryer pub Laher Charles Lewis Edlio and general Ota Naier Lann Mem. Keith Waggoner Edith Dunn Nav Tankel and r. W a Lite adv i living Ieper Eena Ilvea Bill Bowden air Cuytun min Alger any erroneous reflection in the Chara til of Ani div dual firm or clip Trailon will be Louie used of Man in called to the Pri ional a Lei ill in of that Nellor by in of the staff gets a head Start. Hurst Junior High red Luce staff is already Niak inv plans for toe 62-�?T63 school year. The school newspaper received an award of Merit at the recent league press conference yield in Austin. St Aff Nieru Bers shown above Are left to Nyht Marcia Crump editor l Dixie Nelson assistant editor Nancy pain feature editor Betty Smith feature editor Doyle Dorgett sports editor and Dwight Tarn Mana re by Pho fit six flags Over Texas entertainment spectacular of the year opens to am saturday and sunday Only until May 30 open daily beginning wednesday a pcs installs new officers ill Les newly elected officers of the i Uless methodist a pcs were in Tallevi tuesday night in the fellow Shilt Hall of the Church with Rev. Robert Haynes As installing officer. The ceremony was followed by a fledge service presented by mrs. Lee Byers. Refreshments were server co the 18 members present. New officers Are mrs. A. A Payton president mrs. B. G. Harris vice president mrs. A p. Milby urn Secretary mrs. Horace Booker treasurer mrs. Myra Skinner children a work mrs. Francis Sanifer Christian social relations mrs. Bob Fra-2el, literature and publication mrs Janell Carr Ach missionary education mrs. Lee Byers promotion mrs. Norma Horton spiritual life mrs Reba Simmons student work mrs. Martha muting youth work and mrs. Ann duty Secretary of Supply. Mrs. Horace Booker was presented a special life membership pin and the outgoing president mrs. Norma Horton was presented w Ith a Gold Charm. T he Booklet title if cup of Cool tweet at cry the lords prayer written by mrs. Pearl Burrow was presented to each member by mrs. Horton. One will also be presented to each of the five graduates from the methodist Church Shirley Himes Sandra Anders Nancy Whitener Estes Wayne Hor torn and Gary Conway. Of Oxford due degree in pharmacy ii Ingan Irvi gite is among More than i Cox University of Houston students who Are candidates for degrees at the28thannual Spring commence Meni to be held june 3. Or. I d Aam h. Litchfield Chancellor of the University of bitty Burgh will deliver the commencement address. Or. Philip g. Hoffman president of the University will Confer degrees on the students and will give recognition to the Honor graduates. A ill id in f Rankl in Oxford jr., 1244 Fairoaks dr., Irving is due to receive a Bachelor of science in pharmacy Chuana air Cono 1961 Model special Low factory Price of 169�� 0fcriaty d 1205 e. Irving bl4-0i61 furniture amp appliances blvd. For party pie a la Mode top cooled baked Frozen individual Apple i Niue Berry or peach pies with 1/2 pint Vanilla ice Cream into which has been stirred i 1/2 Teaspoons rated Lemon Rind. Revival Crestview Baptist Rock Island amp Perch Hill May 27-june 3rd. 7 30 . Evangelist Leonard Morris pastor Herman Caver in Frigidaire by Ivi he room air conditioners Amsg-02 fun Tuii Ano Applian ii fre seamen special to �?T259 magic guide air control Ime Savin Slif out filter concealed easy to Usi controls

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