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SECTION 1 THE COLRIER-JOl RNAL. LOUISVILLE, KY.. SATl'RUAY MORNING. OCTOBER 6, 1962 11 The War Is On Million-Plus Could Receive Oral Polio Vaccine Tomorrow More than 1.000.000 people in Jefferson and 23 other Kentucky and Indiana counties could become immune to Type I polio tomorrow. Clinics will be set up in 46 schools in Louisville and Jefferson County. Schools, churches, hospitals, and recreation centers will be the sites of the clinics in other counties. The program here is the largest single drive in the state. Sponsors hope that more than 600.000 persons here will take the vaccine three drops on a cube of sugar, Teague Issues Plea Dr. Russell E. Teague. State health commissioner, taid yesterday: '. "I cannot emphasize too strongly the importance of everyone taking part in Sabin Oral Sunday (S.O.S.) October 7. The vaccine has been given to hundreds of millions of people and has been proven effective and completely safe. . . It will absolutely prevent the spread of polio in the future." , The surgeon general of the United States yesterday also urged Louisvillians to take the vaccine. "We are nearing the time when we can cross off paralytic polio as a public-health threat in our nation," Luther L. Terry said in a telegram to Dr. Thomas S. Wallace, City-County health director. Wishes 'Every Success "Campaigns such as yours, directed at Type I, the most prevalent type of polio, can do much to reach that day. I wish you every success in your drive." Schools that are clinic sites in the city and county: West Louisville J. B. Atkin son, 2811 Duncan; Dann C. Byck. 2328 Cedar; Parkland Junior High. 2509 Wilson; Shawnee High, 4018 W. Market; Southwick, 1507 S. 37th; Stephen Foster, 3920 Garland; Theodore Roosevelt, 222 N. 17th. East Louisville Holy Spirit, 320 Cannons Lane; Seneca High, 3510 Goldsmith Lane; Shryock Elementary, 2700 Browns Lane: St. Francis of Assisi, 1960 Bardstown Road; St. Frances of Rome, 2121 Payne; St. Raphael, 2105 Lancashire. Central Louisville Central High. 1130 W. Chestnut; Jackson Junior High, 828 S. Jackson; Louisville Male High, Brook and Breckinridge; du Pont Manual High, 120 W. Lee; Omer Carmichael, 512 S. Hancock; Samuel D. Jones, 1711 S. 13th; St. Elizabeth, 1020 E. Burnett. South Louisville Hazelwood, 1325 Bluegrass; Holy Name, 2931 S. Fourth; Semple Elementary, 724 Denmark; St. John Vianney, 4841 South Side Drive. In the county: Audubon Elementary, 1051 Hess Lane; Fairdale High, 1001 Fairdale Road; Fern Creek Elementary, 9007 Ferndale Road; St. Athanasius, 5915 Outer Loop Drive; Kenwood Elementary, 5480 Bruce: Jefferson-town Elementary, 3300 College Drive; St. Margaret Mary, 7813 Shelbyville Road. Eastern High Picked Eastern High, 12400 Old Shelbyville Road; Southern High, 8620 Preston Highway; Westport Road High, 8100 Westport Road; Pleasure Ridge High, 5901 Greenwood Road; Durret High, 4409 Preston Highway; Guardian Angels, 6010 Preston Highway; Indian j Iran tiementary. 3ua Indian Trail. Thomas Jefferson High, 4401 Rangeland Road; Butler High, 2222 Crums Lane; Kerrick Elementary, 2210 Upper Hunters Trace Road; Western High, 2501 Rockford Lane; Holy Trinity, 423 Cherrywood Road; Waggener High, 330 S. Hub-bards Lane; Valley High. 10200 Dixie Highway, and Watson Lane Elementary, 7201 Watson Lane. Unless otherwise noted, the schedule of clinic dates, and in most cases the clinic hours, in each county will be the same as Louisville's. Other Kentucky counties giving Type I vaccine tomorroto and their clinic locations include: Bullitt At these schools: Lebanon Junction, Mount Washington High, Overdale, Roby, and St. Benedict's. Hardin Elizabethtown High School, Memorial Recreation Center, and Valley View School, all of Elizabethtown; Radcliff School, Sonora School, West Hardin High in Stephens-burg, North Hardin High in Vine Grove, and West Point School. Hardin County will give Type I vaccine tomorrow only. Oldham Westport Community Center and Crestwood, Lafirange, and Liberty elementary schools. Shelby Shelbyville Pres byterian Church and these schools: Bagdad, Finchville, Glenerye, Simpsonville, and Waddy. Nelson Bardstown High, Bloomfield, Coxs Creek, and New Haven elementary schools. Type I will be given tomorrow only. Judge Restricts Bail Signings Good Monday & Tuesday Oct. 8 & 9 THRIFT : Box-0-Chicken 9 Pieces of Chicken Reg. $2.25 $195 1 1 SPECIAL Featuring Csl Senders' Itf KENTUCKY FRIED CHICKEN for the family of J fo 5 persons The Louisville Police Department's holdover jail may do more business than usual for a day or two. Police Court Judge William G. Colson has decided to prohibit temporarily the signing of bail between the sessions of Police Court and its branches. Persons arrested during the day won't have much trouble l i : - . u - , ; v.- . u ; 1 s uciausc wine is uiujr uuii nine ucioccu me srssiuns ui Of Fit GOOD 0NIY WITH TW1 St r I ; nvti O m y r m nr t ii. DaI.Cam. ft,, at n m i and Night Court at 8 p.m. Will Have To Wait CHICKEN VILLA HIKES POINT SHOPPING CENTER AT THE HUNTSINGEt LANE EXIT Little Classified Ads Do BIG Jobs at Small Cost WALTER R. JANKE East End appointee Indian. an Is Named; Boys' Club Director Walter R. Janke. 35. has been appointed director of the East End Boys' Club, 1519 Story. He comes here from the Indianapolis Boys' Club, where he was director for 3'j years. He is a native of Lansing, Mich., and a graduate of Michigan State University. The East End Boys' Club is a Community Chest agency. The Nixon Family Adds A Poodle Los Angeles, Oct. 5 (UPI) Republican gubernatorial candidate Richard M. Nixon, disclosed Thursday his family has acquired another pet dog as a companion for the famed cocker spaniel Checkers. Nixon told a Greater Los Angeles Press Club gathering that the new pet is a 6-month-old, gray poodle "named Victoria for victory in 1962." Checkers now 10 years old, figured in Nixon's first campaign for the vice-presidency when he explained his financial status on television and said the pet was a gilt from an admirer. 1 However, these arrested after the Night court session. which ends about 9 p.m., will ;! have to wait for the opening k of Police Court the following k Harlan Has Time Limit On Sewage Frankfort, Ky., Oct. 5 LP The Water Pollution Control Commission gave Harlan 30 days Friday to draw up plans for a sewage-treatment plant or face State legal action. "We're going to urge them to proceed with their own program," Executive Director Ralph Pickard said. "If we don't get a satisfactory answer, then we will proceed." At its last meeting the commission voted to try to force the City to build a sewage plant and stop dumping sewage into the Cumberland River. Fine Is Possible The commission would hold a public hearing if Harlan failed to comply. If the City is found to be polluting the river, it must build a plant pr face a $l,000-a-day fine. Harlan officials claim they Can't afford to build a treatment plant. The commission also allocated $1,951,638.39 under Public Law 660, which provides up to 30 percent of a project's cost. Fifteen projects for treatment plants, sewer systems, pumping stations are involved. ,. Allocations by cities: " Bowling Green, $600,000; Taylorsville, $21,793; Louisa, $108,000; llarrodsburg, $34,-413; Vanceburg, $17,600; Fulton, $72,000; Beattyville, $17,-700; Pikeville, $505,000; Burke-ville, $39,000; Horse Cave, $83,-340; Bloomfield, $43,128.67; Cave City, $94,800; North Mid-dletown, $30,600; Brandenburg, $103,000, and Jeffersontown, $12,300. : Tract At Fort Knox ; Will He Auctioned t A tract of unimproved land at Fort Knox will be sold by public auction November 9, the General Services Administration said yesterday. The 12.62- acre tract is on Old Dixie High- ay about 2,000 feet north of . S. 31-W. County Schools Face Funds Cut If Foundation Runs A Deficit day. ' The move is the latest in $ what Judge Colson calls a M drive to rid the bail-bond busi- ness of its evils. He and several bondsmen whose licenses he wants to re- voke have been in and out of Circuit Court this week. The bondsmen claim Colson has no - right to restrict their busi- f-ness. Heretofore, most bonds were 'j set automatically by court clerks. Disorderly conduct, for instance, called for a $100 bond unless the case was unusual. 1 1 Colson said he is preparing J1 notices to several bondsmen for them to appear before him ; and show cause why their li-1'1 censes should not be revoked. Youth, 16, Injured In Tractor Upset Charles Edward Bolin, 16, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Thomas Bolin. Aiken Road, Anchorage, suffered face and mouth injuries about 7 last night when his tractor overturned at Aiken Road and Flat Rock Road. He was admitted to Jewish Hospital in satisfactory condition. WANTED... I . RENTERS I Desiring to own their home" 80 00 Per month inc. tax & ins. G.I. jo Down Payment FIIA Low Down Payment NO ClOSING COST IF YOU PAY RENT YOU CAN OWN YOUR OWN 3 Bedroom Brick Home in HISTORIC JEFFERSONTOWN'S IB Aft (D (OK SEED IE MODEL OPEN DAILY furnished by HUBBUCH'S of Jeffersontown DRIVE OUT TAYLORSVILLE RD. (4-lANE HIGHWAY UNDER CONSTRUCTION) TO STOP LIGHT IN CENTER OF JEFFERSONTOWN, TURN LEFT TWO BLOCKS. C. Robert Peler Sr., Jr. S REALTOR-BILDOR 316 So. 5th JU 4-3157 g The Kentucky attorney general's office indicated yesterday that budgets of Jefferson County schools might be slashed if the State's minimum foundation program runs a deficit this year. Assistant Attorney General Ray Corns said the first item that would be eliminated would be allotments for new classroom units under the special-growth provisions. In such an event, Jefferson and Fayette counties would have to absorb most of the burden, Corn indicated. There is no way of telling if the program will run into a deficit until the year's end. Samuel Alexander, assistant superintendent of public instruction, said although the tentative minimum foundation allotments for all 206 school districts amount to $105,000,-000, final summaries aren't known yet. But he estimated that $2,700,000 to $3,700,000 might still be needed over and above the $105,000,000 allotment. The State maintains a $3,000,000 reserve and any amount surpassing that would have to be met by certain cutbacks. Alexander asked the attorney general's office where such a cut would be made, and the minimum -foundation special-growth program was singled out. While a spokesman for the Louisville Board of Education said such a cut would not materially affect City schools, the Jefferson County school budget would be upset by any cutback. Ernest C. Grayson, associate superintendent for accounting and finance, said a cut later this year "would work a severe hardship on us." Funds Already Budgets The County, for the first time, this year budgeted the monies it anticipated receiving under the classroom unit growth program, which allows some $5,000 per additional unit. Jefferson County had one of its highest growth rates this year, picking up 4,200 students and an increase of about 180 classroom units. Grayson said trie noard has anticipated receiving $350,000 to $400,000 under the program. The 1962 budget bill gives the ax to these allotments if there is a program deficit, taking precedence over K.R.S. 157.430, the general education law. The assistant attorney general said he realizes his decision would "impose a hardship on those school districts which have been experiencing the largest growth of classroom units." As an example, he said if Jefferson County had a growth factor of 50 units this year, it could possibly lose $250,000 in anticipated revenue. Corns said first on the list is slashing of growth units, next is reduction of bonus units, and, finally if a deficit still exists all districts would share in the cutback. Corns said a fairer procedure would be to let all the districts boar the burden of a cutback without special reductions. He said the financial loss to each district would then be small. "We hope (the opinion) will point out the need for greater coordination in the future among State agencies in determining the amount of money needed to finance the foundation program," he said. Here's where you can get your Oral Sabin Vaccine this Sunday: Noon to 5 p.m. in Louisville, Jefferson County; Durrett and Male High Schools also open 6 a.m. to 9 a n LOUISVILLE West Louisville J. B. Atkinson, 281 1 Duncan Street Dann C. Byck, 2328 Cedar Street Parkland Junior High, 2509 Wilson Street Shawnee High School, 401 8 W. Market St. Southwick, 1507 South 37th Street Stephen Foster, 3920 Garland Avenue Theodore Roosevelt, 222 North 17th Street Central Louisville Central High School, 1 130 West Chestnut Jackson Junior High, 828 South Jackson St. Male High School, Brook and Breckinridge Manual High School, 120 West Lee St. Omar Carmichael, 512 S. Hancock Street Samuel D. Jones, 1711 South 13th Street St. Elizabeth, 1020 East Burnett Avenue East Louisville Holy Spirit, 320 Cannons tone Seneca High School, 3510 Goldsmith lane Shryock Elem. School, 2700 Browns lane St. Francis of Assisi, 1960 Bardstown Rd. St. Frances of Rome, 2121 Payne Street St. Raphael, 2105 Lancashire Avenue South Louisville Hazelwood, 1325 Bluegrass Avenue Holy Name, 2931 South Fourth Street Semple Elementary, 724 Denmark' St. John Vianney, 4841 South Side Drive 5 Alliance Aide Struck By Egg In Colombia Bogota, Colombia, Oct. 5 (UPI) Teodoro Moseoso, administrator of the Alliance for Progress, was the target of a barrage of stones, tomatoes, and eggs Friday while touring a housing development being built with alliance funds. Moseoso, a Spanish-b o r n Puerto Rican, was hit by one egg but was not injured, police said. Seven students, described by police as "left-wing" extremists," hurled the objects at Moseoso as he toured suburban Techo City. They were captured quickly. In Washington, an alliance spokesman said police found, a card on one of the students which said "Free Puerto Rico." WHO RUNS CAVE HILL? The lot holders . elect die Board of Manager, who serve without compensation and appoint the employees. This Is strictly a non-profit organise-tion in every respect. No commission is ' paid on lots sold here. Please call or write us and our regular staff will be (lad to furnish any information you may desire. CAVE HILL CEMETERY 701 Baxter Ave. GL 1-5630 10A $500 to 000 2nd Mortgages on REAL ESTATE CONSOLIDATE ALL BILLS INTO ONE SMALL MONTHL Y PA YMENT 1 . No Mortgage on Furniture 2. No Mortgage on Auto 3. No Co-Maker Needed Home Owned and Managed Over 44 Years cash Note Easy Monthly Payment Plan Y0U 24-HOUR SERVICE GET 12Mos. 18Mos. 24 Mos. 30 Mos. 36 Mo. $500 $45.29 $31.21 I $24. 1 7 I $20.08 I $17.36 750 67.94 48.62 36.34 30.12 26.05 1000 90.58 62.42 48.44 40.04 34.72 1500 135.88 93.63 72.68 60.24 52.08 2000 180.81 124.50 96.52 79.95 68.39 2500 224.67 154.53 119.67 99.00 85.40 3000 268.53 184.56 142.82 118.05 T01.07 4000 356.24 244.62 189.11 156.15 134.42 5000 I 440.45 1 302.28 233.56 1 92.72 $162 50 Payments Include Principal and Interest, Insurance Available Wi SM Invtttmtnt C.rtitmt.i KING INVESTMENT CO. Under State Banking Supervision Member American Industrial Bankers Association , 805-806 Columbia Bldg. Corner 4th and Main Streets JU 7-7878 Serving Foils Cities Arsa Over 44 Ysors JU 5-3826 After 6:00 P.M., Call 969-7925 JEFFERSON COUNTY Audubon Audubon Elem. School, 1051 Hess lane Fairdale Fairdale High School, 1001 Fairdale Road Fern Creek Fern Creek Elementary, 9007 Ferndale Rd. Highview St. Athanasius, 5915 Outer loop Drive Iroquois Kenwood Elementary, 5480 Bruce Avenue Jeffersontown Jeffersontown Elementary School, 3300 College Drive Lyndon St. Margaret Mary, 781 3 Shelbyville Rd. Middletown Eastern High School, 12400 Old Shelbyville Rd. Okolona Southern High School, 8620 Preston Highwoy Plantation Westport Road High, 8100 Westport Road SURROUNDING COUNTIES Pleasure Ridge Park Pleasure Ridge High School 5901 Greenwood Rd. Preston Highway Durrett High School, 4409 Preston Highwoy Guardian Angels, 6010 Preston Highway Indian Trail Elem. School, 3709 Indian Trail Rangeland Thomas Jefferson High School, 4401 Rangeland Road Shively Butler High School, 2222 Crums lane Kerrick Elementary School, 2210 Upper Hunters Trace Rd. Western High School, 2501 Rockford lane St. Matthews Holy Trinity, 423 Cherrywood Road Waggener High School, 330 South Hubbards Ian Valley Station Valley High School, 10200 Dixie Highway Valley Village Watson lane Elementary, 7201 Watson Lane KENTUCKY Boyle County Bate School Edna Toliver School Junction City School Mary Hogsett School Parksville School Perryville School Bullitt County Lebanon Junction School Mount Washington High School Overdale Elementary School Roby Elementary School St. Benedict's. School Cumberland County Cumberland County High School Marrowbone Elementary School Garrard County Garrard County Hospital Grayson County Caneyville High School Clarkson High School Leitchfield High School Hardin County Elizabethtown High School Memorial Recreation Center, Elizabethtown Valley View School, Elizabethtown Radcliff School Sonora School West Hardin High School, Stephensburg North Hardin High School, Vine Grove West Point School Henry County Campbellsburg Elementary School Eastern Elementary School Eminence School Lockport Baptist Church Newcastle Elementary School Pleasureville Grade School Port Royal Elementary School Smithfield Baptist Church Sulfur Grade School LaRue County Buffalo Fire Station LaRue County High School Magnolia Elementary School Madison County Berea College Hospital Kirksville Elementary School Madison Central High Waco Elementary School Meade County Brandenburg Central Elementary School Flaherty Elementary School Muldraugh Community Center Payneville Elementary School Oldham County Crestwood Elementary School la Grange Elementary School liberty Elementary School, Prospect Westport Community Center Shelby County Bagdad School Finchville School Glenerye School Shelbyville Presbyterian Church Simpsonville School Waddy School Nelson County Bardstown High School Bloomfield High School Cox Creek School New Haven Public School Taylor County Compbellsville City High School Mannsville Elementary School Trimble County Bedford Elementary School Milton Elementary School INDIANA Clark County Charlestown High School Clarksville High School Eastlawn Elementary School Henryville High School Jeffersonville High School (old Gym) Silvercreek High School Floyd County Hazelwood Junior High School St. Mary's School Scribner Junior High School Harrison & Crawford Counties Corydon Central High School Jefferson County Broadway School Deputy High School Madison Consolidated School Southwestern High School Switzerland County Vevay High School PublUhsd o a public trvics by Ths Courisr-Journol ond Ths louiivills Tims.

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