Dixon Evening Telegraph from Dixon, Illinois on June 1, 1955 · Page 12
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Dixon Evening Telegraph from Dixon, Illinois · Page 12

Dixon, Illinois
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Wednesday, June 1, 1955
Page 12
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Polio Serum Questions to Be Answered ; By ALTON L. BLAKFSLEB AP Science Reporter . NEW YORK (*— Most or all your questions about the polio vaccine Newspaper 1954 PUMPAGE 523,677,600 Gallons. Average Daily 1,434,400 Gallons. DIXON WATER COMPANY <VE® „ could be ? wered i official .-eport soon. Th. IT s Public Health Service ;■ nrenariiur this report, and it may be ready this weekend, Surgeon General Leonard Scheele said He .?aid it will tell why release ! vaccine was held up. and why ime chances were made in test ing regulations. It will also tell what "new knowledge" was learned during scientific discussions and studies recently. esident Eisenhower says scien-work during the delay period .•accinations produced "new But li i iar; -scale Dr. Scheele said the full report will do so. That could go a kmg way uwaiii parents' minds— should they have their children vaccinated? Equally important is their que: ting polio "THE HOUSE OF QUALITY" DIXON MONUMENT CO. Work* and Office Oppo.it* Oalnvood Cemetery Ail old established. reliable firm with a large stock of the best Granite Memorials that money can buy. Let us help you with your selections. We have NO outside solicitors, agents, or sales men. J. C BARBER 423 S. DEMENT AVI. $12£Tire Offer Goodyear Tuneless Deluxe UPER GET 4TH TIRE FOR GET ALL 4 FOR •and your old CUSHION Buy 3 tirtt Rt* $OE*! No Trade-in Priet Oil RAYON TIRES $4 oo X Mei -$86i: plus tax INSTALLED FREE OF CHARGE! $8 Down. B«I«im 20 EZ Payments 8.00 • 7.M • 7.10x15 Alio Available. Sliahtly higher. CHAS. W. KERZ SINCLAIR SERVICE 122 S. Galena Ave. Dial 2-t7*l Goodyear Tires & latteries IS Try Our 2 FOR 1 Every Afternoon 5 to 5:30 p. m. Temporary Hours MONDAY thru FRIDAY 4:00 p. m. to 12 Midnight SATURDAY 1 p.m. to 12 Midnight f get COME and WATCH The FIGHTS Every WEDNESDAY and FRIDAY NIGHTS lip HE JUST KEEPS EATING ALONG— The ester, Phillip Yazdiik of Oliphant, Pa., adds consuming 81 no: aogs :or a new no., aoe-i who recently set hamburger, frier. ir..-.:kf, rerformed this latest feat at a Cami Carhop Pat Mynaham docs th Union jNear New Contract ELGIN. Ill- (.*-Employes and lanagement of the Elgin National 'atch Co. have extended their The agreement prevented a irike of 3,000 workers which had been set for today by the National ,'atch Makers Union find.) in the Dmpany's Lincoln, Neb. and El Ln plants. In the contract package, a unior i of : i month PIZZA CHICKEN th. BASKET and Our Tasty Salad Bowl Wed., Sat. * Sun. Nites LANUTI'S LADD. ILL. A PEACH of a BUY! Tempting Peach Ice Cream Do von like the subtle flavor of fresh peaches? Then you'll surely enjoy Her Brothers Teach Ice Cream. It's so good to taste, its delicate flav and color so inviting. Peach Ice Cream is a special treat. Enjoy it now, tonight. • 3 Half Gallon Mini... ^HAlf GALLON | ^ • limit8d Mmt °n,y ICE CREAM I _ irtt*k*c--(Staff* - mjr 214 RIVIR ST., DIXON, ILL. M [f process of law. laurels by :nd pancake eating Supreme Court Upholds Toll Road Program WASHINGTON i.TI —A group of Illinois property owners has lost struction of 191 miles of toll nigh- The U. Supreme Court ap- n-oved a Chicago Federal District ion against the toll highway pro-Central Standard Time) Friday or the property owners to petition or a rehearing of their case. The lengthy litigation has presented the sale of revenue bonds o finance the proposed construc- Thirty property owners, mostly :rom western suburbs of Cnicago, rontended condemnation of their land by the Illinois State Toll High ly Commission was unconstitu tional because it had deprived their property without due uary the three-judge district cou overruled the decision. Tuesday dism Patriotic Births CONCORD. N. C. IS) — A birthday l the family of O. M. Cranford a patriotic affair. He and his daughter Folly celebrate theirs July 1. Another daughter, Mrs. Annie Cranford Stephans. observes hers June 14. American Flag Day. Cranford's son Jack was born May 30, Memorial Day. called the world." has been Use This Bag To Take Home 1/ <2L. .aC Warm, Wet Weather in The Offing Available at Most H*v Bros. Dealtrs i during June. gion. for the California coastal : The bureau's 30-day outlook i extending from the sou: through the Central P I Well Done iVASHINGTON LP- The Weather I Usj ireau predicted Tuesday it will j extI-e 1 scrambled egg . He told polic 1 band and BEIER'S BREAD "BAKED FINE SINCE '69" 24-HOUR Photo Finishing Service King Size Album Style EDWARDS 111 First St. CD Dixon, III. OPEN AT 7:00 — STARTS AT DUSK TONITE and THURSDAY This is a super spectacle production See it on the best outdoor screen in this part of our state - Wonderful entertainment and full of valuable lessons no matter how often you see it. ^^^^o* ctntuiy-fox HHfl^^k ^^^^^B mrz im TjT^ S nun .inn ^^^^^^^^^H been so scared V?\ MARIE WINDSOR • MICHAEL ANSARA ** PE^y kimg | The Dixon Evening Telegraph-I Page 12 no -Dixon, Illinois Wednesday, June 1, 1955 TONITE AND THURSDAY "^^^■^^ ' Open 5 p. m. • Start* 5:30 IN NEW EASTMAN SIE WeH SEE Maidens in Savage Game! Shocking Rites! . Pre-Moritol Ritual! 2nd Big NEW HIT! V Quentin Reynolds' Story H //■■■■ !■ Illlll tA IIFI I fl HALrWAT lUHtLL NOW PLAYING Doors Open 5 p.m. First Show Starts at 5:30 w - - o - - w What a combination of hits. This is the kind of show everyone enjoys. Gather up the whole family and come on down and spend a grand evening! THE DYNAMITE THUNDERS! THE STAMPEDE ROARS! The Great Mountain Wars Unissse Their Storm of Violence! LEX BARKER MARA C0RDAY STEPHEN McNALLY «m JOHN DCNNCR •TREVOR BARDETTE MbyJACK ARNOLD -Sc-«.^ i, LAWRENCE ROMAN rt tr HOWARD PINE • A UNIVtRSAi-mTERmTXIML PCTWtt N: IfiCHIVE^ EWSPAFER;

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