Dixon Evening Telegraph from Dixon, Illinois on May 28, 1955 · Page 10
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The Dixon Evening Telegraph Saturday, May 28, 1955 Page 10 Yap Islanders of the western Pacific still wear loincloths and grass skirts as did their ancestors. SEE AL TICE of Sterling Hem* Improvement for 3-D Aiuminum Roofing - Siding Storm Windows and Insulation PH. 4-3013 DIXON CLOGGED SEWERS Have BOB HAZELWOOD Clean and Cut Roots Out Septic Tanks Pumped PHONE 2-3282 832 Chestnut Dixon, Illinois Call- rRRCHIVE® . Truck Plunges Out of Control; Seven Killed SAN FRANCISCO (ft— Police to day tried to learn why the brakes failed on a 10-ton trailer moving; that plunged 5'3 blocks down precipitous Nob Hill and smashed 10 cars and two Chinatown stores. The driver and six pedestrians •ere killed Friday in the van's flaming: crash at a speed witnesses estimated at between 80 and 100 j Chief of Inspectois James L. I impounded after the fires were checked on Clay street, half a block west of Grant a\enue, main street of Chinatown. English said e\eiyone who had anything to do with servicing the Mayflower van from Indianapolis would be questioned. It was the worst traffic disaster in San Francisco historv. London's subways alv.ays remain at a nearly constant temperature, regardless of the weather outside. COOK With SKELGAS PROMPT SERVICE Wayne Wolfe, d.b.a. Barriage Appliance Store Phone 2-8711 LOCKMAN ESCAPE ARTIST SHOW Thursday, June 2, 1955 8:00 p. m. Dixon High School Auditorium Adults 75c Children 35c Sponsored by V.F.W. burner teslaUiyitj IVAN D. HOLDERMAN, Agent STANDARD OIL COMPANY. BULK PLANT East River Road — Dixon Phone 3-9661 or GDT 2872 \Farmers Auto / \ INSURANCE / Order Extra 'Cooking' of Salk Vaccine Before Use By FKA.NK K. CM AP Science Kepor WASHINGTON <T>--Moi plaxs ; vol' : built-in safety factor" applied to the production of poho vaccine. Government scientists disclosed that the extra heat tieatment in a formaldehyde solution was 01- all the vims is killed Dr. James Shannon, assistant director of the National Institutes of Health, told about it at a news conference Fridav called to an-; for the manufacture and testing of the Salk serum, to "make a safe j safe: " e standaids ha\e been ac cepted bv all six of the vaccine manufacturers. Surgeon General Leonaid A. Scheele sajs the firms are now bu«v voiking out details .% them to the production Shannon told reporters the «• standaids ptovide for "more auent and more sensitive test-:" than heretofore, and that "we ve built into the manufactur-: pioce«s a safety factor that s not thete befoie " -Jere are the highlights of the anges in the new standards as rrpaied to the pienous ones: 1 In the actual manufacturing scess, heating of vaccine ma- ONS CENT ON THE DOLLAR VALUATION ON YOUB FURS Will Store Them Until Next Fall FORMAN Restyling and Repairing CALL PAUL JAMES Digging of Almost Any Kind Roots Cut Out of the Sewer Ceptic Tanks Pumped Ph.4-8791 or 2-397 1 DIXON, ILLINOIS 1\. HOLIDAY I -SPECIAL- ■ ■ For Saturday H M and Monday H I Falstaff I ■ Bottles S*»25 ■ I Plus dep. O I ■V Cans S<*75 I Per case & I OPEN MONDAY 8:30 a.m. till Midnight Here's the Way George F Looks at It! When We Wrote His Car Insurance the Other Day, He Exclaimed, "I'll Save Enough in Three Years to Pay the Whole 4th Year's Premium! It's Just Like Getting Every 4th Year's Insurance FREE!" Phone 2-8821 And Find Out How Much You Can Save on the Cost of Insuring Your Car tenal is maintained for thtee da\s beyond the point wheie tests indicate living: \iius is no longer present. Under pievious standaids heating was stopped when the tests showed no h\e \nus. Duiing tins thiee-day penod. which actually is pa it of the usual made of the material as a new piecaunon against lurking, living 2 A miKh Uigei volume of vaccine material is put to actual test than pieviously. Dr. Shannon sa* s uie idigei me 1€m o'.u^e. up to a certain point, the better ihe chances of detecting any living germs that might still be present. 3 Tests for the piesence of hv-ng polio virus are now to be made jf samples from bottled or naled material which has been readied tor shipment— a requirement not previously made. Santa Fe Buys Control of T.P.&W. Line CHICAGO IP — Contiol of the Toledo. Peoria & Western Raihoad jhas been acquired by the Atchison ject to Interstate Commerce Commission approval. Fred H. Gurley. Santa Fe piesi-dent. said Friday his line bought 73.800 shares — 82 per cent of the total stock— of the T. P. & W. for $9,963,000. The T. P. & W. runs 239 miles from Iowa, across Illinois, to Indi- It links with the Santa Fe to west and the Pennsylvania Railroad to the east. j stock acauired by Santa Fe had been held bv Guv A. Gladson and the Wilmington Trust Co. of Delaware, co-tiustees of the estate of George P. McNear Jr. McNear purchased the line In 1926 and was president until his assassination in 194 i. Under management, the road was plagued ith labor strife over ms niring oi jn-umon labor. He was killed rrom ambush near his Peoria, ill., home. The killers or killer have r been caught. Man Claims Abandoned Tot as Son SrF.ING FIELD. 111. i?i-A Spnr.E- field -salesman nas claimed 2-\ ear-old Kenny Casey as his son. Ml and Mis Robeit Ostler turned Kenny over to juvenile authorities in Chicago Wednesday, saving; that the boy's mother had left mm v, ith them a month ago and never came back Moie tnan thiee dozen pet sons ofteied to adopt Kernv after seeing a putuie in the papers of his tousled blond han large blue eves and sad exoiession. Fndav Kenneth Casey Sr. of i Springfield sought througn his at-^lOiw ard Springfield police to , estabhj-h his claim to Kenny Po lice Chief Si'ver Suaiez said Casey :ngnued the child from a news paper photograph He said the child's mother Baibara took, Ken- ■• and left ihe:r Springfield home March. Meanwhile, Kenny 1 emams in St Vincent's Infant and Maternity Hospital in Chicago. His mother has not been found BEIER'S BREAD ■IAK10 flNt SINCE W ENDS TONITE Your Last Chance to See SHEREE Do Her Feather Dance. Don't Miss Her. Shell Tickle You Pink SUNDAY - MONDAY - TUESDAY For a wonderful Decoration Day weekend, we suggest a picnic, listen to the "500 Mile Races, an evening lunch at our concession, fun on our playgroud for the kiddies, last but ot least, a wonderful screen program. 20th Century -Fox's production in ^ CINemaScoPE Tokes you beyond the treocherous torrents of Los Concheros... beyond the land of the Black Sand! GARY COOPER os HOOKER SUSAN HAYWARD WIDMARK trespass into the i im .m.n «; 4 men, hich fii sin... drawing them like a magnet to this place... to each other! m HUGH MARLOWE - CAMERON MITCHELL CHARLKBRACKETT-HENRY HATHAWAY S:r,- r„ s, FRANK FENTON — STARTS AT DUSK Tol Dies of Polio: ' Take Seats Httme ^ heme No Indication It Is I Columbia, s. c. ifi-wnen the _ _ _ . |Hou<-e of Repiesentatives ended its nesuit oi vaccine PHILADELPHIA '¥> nia has recorded its fust polio ;ath among a half million school-nklien inoculated with the Salk Philadelphia Geneial Hospital disclosed that 8-year-old Pamela Erhchman. daughter of a Levn- Pa . physician, di°d Wednes day night of bulbar polio. 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