Medicine: Baby & Watch

At rural Raritan, N. J., last week a Mrs. Joseph Bonini cuddled her child, six weeks. The infant gummed at her wrist watch. The watch slipped loose and into the baby's throat. The baby choked. Came rushing two policemen with a motorcycle and sidecar. Away they rushed over rough roads to a hospital, one in the sidecar holding the child. The motorcycle wiggled; the sidecar lurched; the policeman bounced; the baby shook; and the watch jiggled out of its throat. All was well.


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