Anti-Polio Experiment Starts
" j. . : ,4 pMpajsssffyffffffssfysffffppjsstpBBWBMMBM - BlSi"l"iWilllBHWiiiiffffs GREGORY HARDY, 6, son Hardy, 145 Pickford road, was nation to receive the Salk polio of Mr. and Mrs. Edmund J. one of the first children in the vaccine injection in nationwide tests which began today. Young flinching, as Dr. F. O. Kirker Morton School center. (Times mm Hardy stands quietly, without administers the shot in the Herald Staff Photos). M WALTER R. CHURCHILL, 6, partially hides his face in the arms of a volunteer worker as Dr. F. O. Kirker prepares to give him an injection of Salk polio vaccine. Volunteer work- UYJU LB Iers greeted the children at the door of the Morton School Gym nasium, Marysville, rolled up their sleeves, swabbed their arms and checked their identities.