Dixon Evening Telegraph from Dixon, Illinois on May 24, 1955 · Page 11
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Dixon Evening Telegraph from Dixon, Illinois · Page 11

Dixon, Illinois
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Tuesday, May 24, 1955
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They^l^ It^^Timc^ ^^^^^^^^^^^^^ Salk Serum Effectiveness Shown in Early Statistics NEW YORK ITK-Dr. Hart E. Van Riper, medical director of the National Foundation for Infantile Paralysis, cites these figures of polio among vaccinated children: This year, 19 cases of polio among 4,334,000 children given the new vaccine, excluding vaccine made by one company. Last year, 34 cases of paralytic polio among 440.000— one-tenth as many — vaccinated between May 1 and four weeks later last year during the field tests with the Salk Of the 19 cases this year, five were nonparalytic. All 34 who developed polio early last year were paralytic. The figures exclude vaccine produced by the Cutter Laboratories, Dr. Van Riper said. The figures come from the report April 12 of Dr. Thomas Francis Jr., University of Michigan, who headed the team analyzing the effectiveness of last year's tests with the vaccine, and from health service reports as of May 19 of polio among youngsters vaccinated this year. The vaccine used last year was found to be up to 90 per cent effective against certain types of polio. That being used this year has been improved for greater effectiveness, he said . Wind Shift Saves Town From Chlorine MONTAGUE, Mich. OB— Deadly thlonne gas fumes rolled in coluds from a broken pipe line at the Hooker electrochemical plant Monday, periling residents of this Lake Michigan resort. Some 300 schoolchildren were taken from classrooms to safety and the town alerted for mass evacuation before shifting winds ended the threat. A liquid chlorine line sprang a leak. The chlorine hit the air, vaporized and formed pink-tinged clouds of gas. Four men were injured repairing the line leak. The plant was expected to return to normal operation today. Borg-Warner Will Build Laboratory CHICAGO m — Borg - Warner Corp. announced Monday plans to build a laboratory and technical center on a 45-acre tract at the edge of northwest suburban Des Plames The announcement said about 50 scientists and engmeers will work in the new 5500,000 stractuie. and as the center expands the payroll will increase to 400. President Commends Women's Clubs PHILADELPHIA (?) — President Eisenhower today commended the Geneial Federation of Women's Clubs for- its efforts to increase international good will. The message from the White House was sent to the opening of the organization s 64th annual con vention. Eisenhower said it is particular ly impressive that through their generous contributions for over- relief, the clubwomen have demonstrated their friendship for omen of other nations The General Federation, the orld's largest organization of omen, has 11 million members. half in clubs in this country and the remainder m affiliated clubs in 33 foreign countries. Eisenhower further praised the General Federation for its outstanding record of programs aimed at protecting the health and advancing the welfare on the domestic front Mrs. Theodore E. Chapman. Jerseyville. Ill , General Federation president, said in a prepared address that she hoped all mem ber clubs m this country and abroad would celebrate the U N 's 10th anniversary in October. The General Federation has been a strong supporter of the U N. Tree Stolen While She's Out Shopping NEWTON, Mass. (3V-Mrs. Mary F. Costello returned from a shopping trip Monday to find a gaping hole in the front lawn where a 15-foot maple had been. A neighbor recalled seeing four men in work clothes, with a truck and all sorts of special equipment, dig up the tree and haul it away with the terse comment: "The boss told us this was the tiee, lady." And Mrs. Costello remembered the dapper, polite man who called at her home Sunday asked all kinds of questions about the tree. "A real nature lover," said Mis. Costello "A finger man." grumbled police with a genuine case of tree-nappmg on their hands Columbia Umveisity has a paper back bock printed in the 1490s by Aldus Manutius of Italy. ■*LLJ 110 E. 1st St. Ground Fleer Phone 4*0681 Open Friday evenings until 9:00 o'clock NewspaperHRCHIVE® „ . Americans Found Dead In Scotland EDINBurgh, Scotland (B — The bodies of two American students missing since Sunday were found today in a snow-filled gully on Ben Nevis, Britain's highest mountain (4,406 feet). The climbers were Frederick C Kadden, 21, Pasadena, Calif., Bert Woodbum, 21, San Gabriel, Calif. Both were students at Edin burgh University. Members of a Royal Air Force escue squad who found them said both appeared to have died quickly from severe injuries suffered falls. F. X. Newcomer & Co. INSURANCE BONDS REAL ESTATE LOANS Phone 4-1621 Dixon, Dl. Millionaire's Ex-Wife Sues For Fortune NEW YORK Ht— The former wife of Canadian multimillionaire Ver non G. Cardy is suing him for lo million dollars, claiming she is entitled to the money under Canada's ■nunity propeity law. s. Hilda Bouvier Cardy, in a State Supieme Cour* action made known Monday, charges she agieed to SI ,400 - a - month permanent alimony at the time of their divorce in 1950 only because of Cardy's "nerve-wracking campaign of duress ..." She contends that Cardy, who climbed from bellhop to a hotel chain owner while still in his 30's, amassed his fortune while married to her and thus she is entitled to half. She said Cardy was worth 30 million dollars when they Cardv, almost a legendary per sonality in Canadian financial and snort circles, was not aval for comment at the Gaiden City (N.Y.) Hotel, where he is stayi He is presently racing thoroughbreds- at Belmont Pai k. Most of Mrs. Cardy's 82-page complaint deals with what she calls Cardy's "notorious adulteries, his defamatory attacks upon me and economic piessure" during the Out Our Way last 17 years of their marriage. | They weie married in 1916. In 1950, after their divorce, Caidy mamed Edith Ferguson, a young amateur horsewoman Mrs. Cardy's action charges Cardy lived with his piesent wife and her twin sister even before they were mamed. thowering them with cash, gowns, jewels, furs and "other expensive bibelots —while he forced me, his wife, to go about in beggarly attire " By J. R. William* holy sMC*es.' 1 / the <aooo-nM6e \ ' / SOU SEEM TO / 1 1 HAVE »"TH EM \ JS--^ . j fi=n( enjgw foouw* V *S/MGKI thetre sot l~-~rs5>&r V* — . )> — !ft WITH THE LITTLE ) AAUbHT SAVE «*E / -J>*^ Q fl < ^^^^^^^^^ ^RwiU.i«i»»5 5-M THE WISE MAN o« i . I Boost Milk Price CHICAGO (Jv— Leading Chicago dairies announced half cent per quail price increases for milk Mon day and said additional half cent increases are scheduled July 1 and AUg. 1 The increase will boost the pne in most retail stores to 20 cents a quart. Home delivered pru generally are two cents higher. SPECIAL SELLING of MEN'S SUMMER SLAX sooo $ooo seoo $700 Reg. s5.95 to $12.95 J ™™X IT seems the experts are just as enthusiastic about Buick's new Dynaflow* as the happy owners of new Buicks with this wonder drive. Famed Motor Life, The Magazine of American Motoring, says it right from the shoulder in the quote we show above. This knowing magazine follows up that statement with these words: "It sets a pattern for the future" And ends the report with a simple tribute: "So hats off to Buick for pioneering a feature of tomorrow's transmission" The reason the raves come hot and heavy for Variable Pitch Dynaflow is simple. This new kind of automatic transmission puts at your command what an airplane pilot has at his — propellers that can vary their pitch. - WHEN BETTER AUTOMOBILES ARE BUIIT BUICK Will BUILD THEM - Rain, Tornado I Hit Louisiana SHREVEPORT, La. (B— Heavy rainstorms and a small tornado battel ed north Louisiana Monday. Trees in a 40-foot path were up rooted and streets in a half dozen communities were flooded. No injuries were reported. Water in two feet deep in the downtown business section of Plain Dealing, about 30 miles north of Shreve-port. Residents of the Liberty commu- He uses one pitch for quick take-off and climb —another pitch for economical cruising aloft. You do the same in a Buick just by pressure on the gas pedal. Press down in the normal way, and twenty-propeller-like blades inside the Dynaflow unit smoothly angle one way to give you plenty miles per gallon. Press down all the way, and those propeller blades change their pitch— with absolute smoothness — to give you instant getaway response, or a sudden safety-surge of accelerating power when you need it— and all split-second quick. It's a marvel that brings far more flexibility to the whole driving range — and a Thrill of the year is Buick The Dixon Evening Telegraph Tuesday, May 24, 1955 Page 11 nity, about 45 miles southeast of Shreveport, said the twister cut a> path through three miles of heavy timber. Since the railroads stepped op substitution of diesel for coal-fired locomotives, some plants making cinder building blocks have had tiouble getting enough raw material. SPECIAL ATTENTION will be gnw M your painting eeds. Let us show you a wide range of colors and new paint ing ideas featuring two star performers of ao all star line—. SAT0NE tUTI HAT IM1U-TS, <bt north that cocibioej all the btaucy of flat wall paint with thcdurabilir) of enamel. FLATLUX Will PaUIT-Thc economical flat wall finish at will give jour rooms luxurious appearance at »«y low cost. . and many other quality BPS products. HI THE ntZiS IH 0«t WINDOW-10 PVtCMSE RECISSiir wiMNtn Mtf» nor if nutn-mtsm now At our Store — Mood ay thro Saturday MAY 23 THRU MAY 28 A TRAINED FACTORY REPRESENTATIVE WILL BE IN OUR STORE ALL DAY FRIDAY, MAY 27th TO HELP YOU WITH YOUR PAINTING PROBLEMS W. H. WARE HARDWARE for HARD WEAR 211 W. FIRST ST. PHONE 3-0171 OPEN SATURDAYS TILL 9 P. M. HOTTEST-SELLING BUICK IN HISTORY No worcUr you «♦» *o many '55 Buicks on th« highways-thay'n Tolling op bigger salu than aver bafora in history — copping the popularity that has already moved Buiclc into the- lop cirelo of America's btst ««IUn, Come try one— and price it— and you'll see why Buick solas are waring. Buicks new Variable Pitch Dynaf low is three blocks ahead of the rest of the industry * —Motor Life Magazine performance thrill unlike anything you ever experienced before in an earth-bound vehicle. Want to try it? Want to try the transmission that's the sensation of the year — and the surging new record-high V8 power that gives life to it? Drop in on us this week and we'll be happy to arrange matters— and show you "great buy" prices that are sending Buick sales soaring to all-time record highs. 'Dyiafiow Drhe is standard- on Roadmastcr, optional at extra cost on Local Delivered Price of 1 SOQQC60 the 1955 Buick SPECIAL £ 000 J-0oor, fr^oisanfltr Sadon, I Modal 4S (illustrottd) ia / Op' oral eqj r/-ft. accessories, sto>s end vo-y slightly in ccioinirg con-'.-it'es. f.ve-> ire fcctory-ins'alled extras yoj r-ay wo-t ore bcgoins, such os- Heater & Deiroster-$81.70; Radio & Antsnna-$»2.50. MIITON BERIE STARS fO* BUICK Jf tin Buka-otrta Sho« UM*a*J<mtolJk ZEIEN BUICK COMPANY 108 N. GALENA AVENUE DIAL 2 0151 DIXON, ILLINOIS erHRCHIVE

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