Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on July 27, 1957 · Page 5
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Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 5

Carroll, Iowa
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Saturday, July 27, 1957
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U.S. Moves In For.the Kill on Polio * -By JERRY BENNETT NEA Staff Correspondent WASHINGTON - (NBA)-Com- murtities throughout the nation are moving In for the kill on polio. Ho. Armed with the miracle Salk vaccine, the United States Public Health Service, National Foundation for Infantile Paralysis and American Medical Association are getting ready to complete inoculation of the bulk of the population. The total cost of this campaign may be close to 100 million dollars. Some shots are still being given free, But where people can afford to pay, there is a charge of $8 or so. By late fall or early winter, they hope the 109 million people under 40 will have received at lesst one of the three vaccine shots needed for full protection. This is the large age group which the murderous, crippling disease usually strikes. Shortage of Serum Health officials plan to reach their goal by year-round campaigns promoting use of the Salk vaccine. Right now NFIP reports a shortage of serum due to some weak shipments which had to he rejected. Another reason for the shortage is attributed to the greater demand and use of the vaccine during the'last few months. However, an NFIP spokesman says there will be enough ready by fall to inoculate everyone who wants it. Already more than 68 million have received at least one shot since Salk vaccine was first introduced in 1955. Seventeen • million of these were inoculated from March 15 to July 1 of this year. Since inoculations started, only 42 people out of 20 million who received all three shots have contracted paralytic polio. Paralytic cases Those who haven't had the full set or have taken no shots at all didn't fare so well. Since January this year, paralytic cases have totaled 674. However, during t h e same period in 1956, 1,527 were maimed. The public Health Service recently described the damaging blows Salk vaccine is inflicting on the disease. Since Jan. 1 of this year, 1.557 cases have been reported. There were almost twice as many during the same time last year. From 1952-56 the average number of a year's first six months was 4,294. NFIP officials attribute these advances to hard-hitting prollcity and an unusually fast public acceptance of the vaccine. An NFIP spokesman recently declared the Salk drug has had "a broader public acceptance in a shorter space of time than other vaccines." Big Campaign' One of the largest campaigns to promote the serum was kicked off this year at the January meeting of the AMA. Following this group's announcement of a plan to vaccinate all Americans under 40, towns and cities all over the country moved into action. Polio clinics were set up in hospitals, schools, and industrial plants. Mobile units rolled out into the countryside. Merchants planned contests to promote the drive. The only requirement to enter was that a person must have received at least one polio shot. The town of Protection, Kan., was the first to vaccinate 100 per cent of its under-40 age group. -Formerly a haven from Indian attacks, the community became one of the stronger fortifications against polio. Tim«t Herald, Carroll, Iowa (a» Saturday, July 27, AW 5 DANGEROUS CURVES . . : Enough to distract even the molt conscientious motorist are the curves displayed by shapely Lll- lentore Nilsson as. -she perches side-saddle on a motor scooter at Gothenburg, Sweden. The gay traffic-haszard Is easily one of the prettiest back-seat drivers anywhere. Mrs. A. Mueggenberg Buys Home in Breda (Timet Herald N«w« service) BREDA — Mr. and Mrs, Larry Buelt of Jefferson sold their residence in Breda to Mrs. Anna Mflftjgehborg. tf Manning-Manilla Country Club Has Afternoon Party (Time* Herald Xew» Servtee) MANNING—Mrs. John R. Hansen, Mrs. John Hornberger, Mrs. Max Detlefsen and Mrs. Edwin Johnson were hostesses at a card party at the Manning - Manilla Country Club Friday. Fourty-two were present for bridge and pinochle. Dessert, coffee and iced tea were served. Quests were seated at quartet tables centered with miniature bouquets. Mrs. William Vollstedt Bcored high at pinochle; Mrs. William Joens, second; Mrs. George Opperman, high at bridge; Mrs. Ray Sander, second and Mrs.' Herman Vogt, the draw prize. The next party will be Aug. 16. Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Hinners and family of Milwaukee, Wis., are visiting in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Wailes. On Sunday, a Wailes family picnic was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ellsworth Shannon at Kirkman. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Hinners and family, Mr. and Mrs. Shannon and family. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Wailes, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Wailes and family, Audubon: Mr. and Mrs. i Bob Wailes and family. Atlantia; j Mr. and Mrs. Robert McGrath, | Omaha. j Mr. and Mrs. Jul Musfeldt en-, tertained members of the # Saturday Night Pinochle Club and Mr.; and Mrs- Harry Rix at a 6:30 din-! ner Saturday evening, July 20, in j observance of Mrs. Musfeldt's; birthday. Mrs. John J. Struve held; high score at cards; John! Schrum, second; Mrs. Rix, low;' and Mrs. A. H. Hitu kept the | traveling prize. J Dr. and Mrs. O. B. Joens and Jennifer of Marshalltown spent the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Joens. Sunday guests were Mrs. Anna Grotelu- schen and Carl ot Audubon and Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Joens and children. Mr. and Mrs. Art Grau of Davenport flew to Manning last week to visit in the Charles Pfoltner home. Joe Sheldon of Sioux City spent two days working with Earl Roberts In this area and returned home Tuesday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Pfoltner,, Mr. and Mrs. Amos Jahn and Dale of Adair, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Schroeder and family held a family picnic In the Audubon WORLD'S LARGEST , . . The largest nonrlfld airship ever built neara, completion In the wortd'a largest dinger ad Akron, Ohio. The huge envelope (or gas bag) of the UJ.'Navy's ZPG-8W •irahip la undergoing finishing touches In Goodyear Aircraft Cor* poratlon's huge hangar. Project detatle have not, been relaaatd, but U la believed to be at least one and a half time* Mta.ajM of the largest airships currently In Naval service for airborne "early warning" missions. v THE BIGGEST AND CRAZIEST BARGAINS OF THE YEAR WILL BE FOUND DURING « - .v.- •'.-.'••*• CAT & DOG DAY IN CARROLL JULY (ONE DAY ONLY) Don't Monkey Around And Miss These Bargains! Don't miss the fun and excitement and the kraxy bargains, in Carroll on Wednesday, July 31. When you see the hot prices, you will think the merchants in Carroll have gone krazy with the heat. The fellow that really was krazy was the buyer last year... he bought too much of one item . . . not enough of another ... the wrong sizes and the wrong colon. DON'T MISS CAT & DOG DAY IN CARROLL. Be Smart Like a Fox! Be in Carroll When the Stores Open! If will pay you to be In Carroll early, as everything will be sold on first come, first served basis. Don't be alarmed if you see tables and racks of merchandise set up on the sidewalks, because that is the way some of the merchants are planning to show this stuff. They're just plain tired of looking at it in their stores. WATCH TUESDAY'S ISSUE OF THE TIMES HER ALD FOR SOME OF THE BARGAINS. BE IN CAR. ROLL ON WEDNESDAY, JULY 31. T THBSB PROGRlSSIVi MERCHANTS ARt SPONSORING THIS BOOSTER PAGI AMUSEMENTS AUTOMOtlVI Houlihan Merer* Bwy 71 A 3rd Dial a»7t Automotive f laetric 62 B N. Main Dial 3596 AWN IN OS «nd OLAB* Miliar OUi 9441 BAKERIES Carroll Bakery 828 N. Adam* OUi SS3T ORUO STORES FARM IMPLEMENTS FARM MANAGEMENT V. Stuart Ferry 811 N. West St Ota) 988] FINANCIAL ORGANIZATIONS Commercial Savins* Rank 101 W Stb St Dial 3511 J. A. Dougherty Farm Loans 809 N. ftain Dial SMS FLORIST! PL. „ East o& Hwy. 30 FOOD STORES Nlnky-Dlnky Btoraa 106 N. Court St Dial MIS •IPT SHOF Fark Oarden* Dial 2330 The Loft 621 N. Mala MANUFACTURERS Carroll Creame 81? w stb 8t Naidar Manufacturing Co. 123 W 3rd St DU1 9871 MORTICIANS Huffman Funeral Noma 708 N. Carroll Dial 2283 FLUMBINO 4 HEATINO Joe P. Frank 113 B. 6th St. Dial 3393 Bcheck'i Piumbine a Heatlmj 216 Wast 8fl> St ^ Carroll, (owa Dial 3368 SHOE REPAIR Andaraon Brot Shot StorS 810 N Adam* Dial 9867 Kramar Sho* Shop 407V4 N Mala Dial 2578 SOFT WATER SBRVieR Frank J, Buthhait 317 N Main Dial 9916 UTILITIM lew* Publl* Service Co. 629 N Main Dial 3816 Iowa Sleetrk Ll»Kt * P«w*» 120* 6tb» DU1M16 WHOLESALE HOUSIB PernerBoeken Co. awy. so Ea*t Dial isos Why 9a llsawhara Whan Carroll Haa "IT* .v ;4i

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