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October 06, 1939 - Image 6

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The Michigan Daily, 1939-10-06

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Supervisors Urged T o Provide
Wahtenaw Health Diepartmrent
Ix'Education Digest' Editor by Public health measures Aready
60 out, of Michigan's 83 counties
Points Ofut inadequacies have passed legislation providing for
heta elhrlave prved their worth byreducing
s (Editor's Note: This. is the first of many runnecessary deaths at child ..,
s three articles, preparedY, with 'the' aid birth and by successfully diminish-':" k
of ;Lawrence W Prakken, '30, in which inthspedocmuiabe;s
.'the advantages of a "proposed Public inthspedocmuiabei-
Helth Departmet for Washtenaw- eases such as infantile paralysis,, _______________________
f Coulnty are dispussed,) syphilis, small pox and diphtheria.I
By UCHAD HAMELStatistics chosen at tsandom from'
.Reidents of Washtenaw 'County, the files of, one county health de- -
dismayed at the inadequacy of pub- partment show that 744 cases of
1lic health protection, can -help rem- commilnicable disease were reported, :
edy the Intolerable' situation now investigated, isolated; and serviced by'
xexisting' by asking their Supervisors the health department. Two casesD a e T m
to. vote inl favor. of the measure pro- of infantile paralysis were found and
vidling a county health department Iisolated'before they could "spread to
1at their meeting Oct. 10,° in, Ann others. More than 400 syphilis andA l th T i
Arbor,, according to Lawrence. W. gonorrhea cases were under. con-Al thTi
Prakken, '30, editor of "Education stant obervation.
Digest." This same health' department pro-
IAs a supposedly progressive coun- teted the commu ities under its C, S
ty, Prakken declared, Washtenlaw is supervision from the-' insanitary
fPar 'behind in protecting its residents handling of food, milk and water.
Periodic inspections were, given dairy
monthly. for bacterial content.
department, Prakken pointed out, M A R T
_____~~gives school children both_ physicalS NiATS
MSELNOS-0and dental examinations. 'One coun- ~
___________________________0 ty discovered that out of 8,683 chi-_s
dren examined, 6,076 needed atten-
WIIJL YOU PAY 7c A WEEK tion, and 2,205 of these -required Choose Your Fail+Shoe
For- TIME Magazine emergency treatment.
County health departments offer + S tyles I ithese Nationa
FOR IM,"Drrmpre-natal information to expectant
FRALMTDTIE mothers. Ii.C
42.50 ENTIRE SCHOOL ,YEAR M dclFoes r
You Save 8c per Copy. Attend Convientions ¢ _________________
Lou Grossman or' Bud. Gerson
3582 Two members of the, University
3582medical ,school 'will attend out-of-
% town conventions during October.
.L.ASN RNASE 2 x Dr. Max"M. Peet, professor of sur-
ford. A few 'reservations available geyiro tedn nana
for evening dinner. Special rates meeting of the Society of Neurological}
for stdns rnhsoe-e urgeons in Rochester, MVinn.
* ightful atmosphere. 2-2185. Dr. Frederick A. Coler,.:professor P OR
COLLEGE B3EAUTY SHOP-Offers ingsi of the American College of Sur-
good work at low prices all week. geons and will ive a speech at the
Shamnpoos' and wave 50c. Revlon Massachusetts General' Hospital in
oil "manicure 50c. Special oil end kPhiladelppia during the week Oct.
permanents $1.95. Open evenings. 16-21.
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