Dixon Evening Telegraph from Dixon, Illinois on May 25, 1955 · Page 13
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Dixon Evening Telegraph from Dixon, Illinois · Page 13

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The/11 Do It Every Time By Jimmy Hatlo | Tme frau spends bis dough for |*5«S5BlTWLft4l© BtDWF^E JUST TAKES IT IN STKIDfc*"! \ © o/ n.«. has inoculated about 750,000 children so far. One post-inoculation case of polio has been reported, but "it was found to have been infected with the virus before getting its first injection, ' a Fedeial Health Department spokesman, m Ottawa said. In Denmark 400,000 children have been inoculated. Authorities in Copennagen said no polio has been reported m the country since the program began five weeks ago. Canada and Denmark are the only countries outside the United States carrying on programs of lio is nor a major medical problem These include ■ 01* ■ Italv, France, Beligum and the Netherlands, although France s Pasteur Institute is developing a liar to D> and plans to test it on a sizable scale m about two months. Shortage of the vaccine has delayed some programs. Norway for SOME MDCU-NEEDED ITEM ROD THE HOHE-TU^S SOMETHING ELSE AMH-ASK MOMJSHZ KNOWS/ ^ZOOK WMAT I EOUGm-TODAY ■^Jf^I*',** 80USIH7I KEW ^ 4KDONuy $46250-IT'S Xf I TOLD ttXJ Xt> S&T IT RDR *XJ \ BILIOUS GREECE ^WS^SSSSM WWOIJKALEV^^ NEEDeO W LATEST SMADE-*UI»tfT/] ^^^"W^^S T.'/ WMATt THE MATTER ^#7 Denmark, Canada Using Serum; Report No Polio Other Nations Readying Vaccine for Early Use By The Associated Press Canada and Denmaik today reported they have vaccinated about 1.150,000 children against polio with Salk-type \accine. Officials Bald not a single case of the disease attributable to the serum has turned up. has postponed lnaei- mitely an ambitious campaign to inoculate all elementary school pupils Switzerland does not expect supplies from the United States until August and will test it extensively before using it. News of US. difficulties with the vaccine has delayed other programs Britain's Medical Research Council, which planned test vaccinations, is awaiting a study of safety methods a member of its staff is making in the United States Germany's first mass vaccination, m the city of Frankfurt, ha s oepn put off until after the dan- jious summer season. an-made vaccine has been on lie in phaimacies since May 14 thousand chiiaien nave been inoculated No postvaccma-tion polio has been reported, but the state of Hesse stopped the sale Tuesday Officials said test animals inoculated with the vaccine became ill, and further tests would be made to determine why. Sweden says it will inoculate a million persons with its own vac- California Ruralites Move To Save Selves From Cities SANTA ANA, Calif, m — The, countryside now is retorting to incorporation in order to remain rural. That's how great has been the population spread of southern California's cities. Three spokesmen for a commu nity of dairymen described the ; turned-about situation. Their dairy farms occupy an area of about 2y2 square miles, in northwestern Orange County, some miles from Los Angeles. Adja cent to them is the small city of Buena Park, and their fear is | municipal encroachment. The spokesmen for the dairymen | •e Jack uevnes ana votaries | anderfeer. cochairmen of a ranchers' committee, and M. S. | Bernard, their attorney. What is ; happening, they said Tuesday, is j this: The enitre area is more or less suburban to Los Angeles. As Buena Park and the metropolitan area grow, new subdivisions keep creep ing into dairy territory houses, and in a matter of weeks they're filing complaints because the dairies smell like dames. Then the dairies have to worry about abatement proceedings, annexations and other complications. So, the spokesmen said, tney ae- cided that dairymen could use the same weapons They'd incorporate too They'd call their town Dairy- Some dairies are located in tne area, the population of which is roughly 600. The farmers already have won approval of their proposed city boundaries by the Coun ty Boundaries Commission, and now they are circulating a petition which requires signatures of only 25 per cent ot the reigstered voters representing 25 per cent of the land's assessed value. They say they have this many already. When verified by the County Board of Supervisors, the petition will require the calling of boundary hearing and an elec tion in the area. Double Take TOLEDO, Ohio (£>— Patrolman Francis Smitley snould get kind of an award for efficiency. Following a motorist he said traveling 56 in a 40-mile-per-hour !, Smitley noticed anouier car gaining on him from benma tic arrested both drivers for speeding. School Tots Periled by-Bus Exhaust HAMPSHIRE, 111. Utt— Carbon monoxide gas periled a busload of school children Tuesday on the way home fioin Chicago's Brook-field Zoo. Twenty-seven first graders, nine mothers and a teacher were aboard the bus. Near Dundee on Route 72, they ran mto a heavy rainstorm and all the windows were closed. One of the mothers noticed two children in the back seat dropping off to sleep. Others complained of headaches and nausea. Driver Vivian N. Daniels of Syca-tore. 111., stopped the bus and all piled out. A passing motorist spread tne word ana amDuiances and fire engines from East and West Dundee converged on the No one was affected seriously by the experience. Police said Daniels lost a four-foot section of talipipe in Chicago, apparently allowing exhaust gases to leak mto the bus. Just Questions, Then He Shot Him RICHMOND, Ky. UB— "What's 5 Barnett Masters, 24, pondered the impromptu question and replied- The Dixon Evening Telegraph Wednesday, May Jo, iyoo Page 13 'I don't have a name. 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