The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on March 22, 1956 · Page 15
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Baytown, Texas
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Thursday, March 22, 1956
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Thursday, March 22, 1958 «" " ". ' •*'""-*"<-''""^ "~ ._ imiivirj-i Experts Wage War On'Flu' FORT DIX, N. J. --(IB— A team ~pf soldier and civilian medical "experts is quietly'but busily -waging war : . hero against universally dreaded influoiza. V-Thc commission is jointly supervised by Dr. Harry Rose-, virus ox- pert of Columbia University, «nd Tjt, Col. Joseph W. Cooch, chief of the Fort Dix medical center. The group, no\v in its fifth year of ft quest for uri effective "flu" vaccini 1 , once w'tis headed by Dr. Jonas Saik, who turned the tusk over to Dr. Rose iu ISS-i to concentrate on polio vaccine. Trials with' the vaccine utilize recruits'.of the 09th Infantry Division, since the aoicfiers con be controlled strictly and observed as a group during their elght-weult basic training period. • The trials lead off with a series of aerology teats on more than 600 recruits. After the ' blood samples are checked to determine each soldier's degree of immunity, each trainee is inoculated with one of three solutions ; — a short or long- acting vaccine, or an ineffective "dummy" shot of saline solution. Blood samples then are taken again and sent to Columbia University laboratories for comparison with the first samples to measure effectiveness nnd potency of the -different vaccinen. Colonel Cooch said this method was repeated two- or more: times during the trainee's eight-week basic period "to get as complete a picture ns po.iible of the long and short-acting vaccines." Hi? added, however, that the "only actual method of'testing the vaccines will be when cases of influenza appear among Dix trainee:-,'' He attributed a low incidence rate of influenza at the post in recent years to a low incidence in the civilian population. From Fire to Firo TDNA1AX RIVER. Mich. — UP— Ray Heater has a hard time keep- ing'' awny from a fire. He moved here after retiring' as a Detroit fire department captain and promptly was craft.e.-! as chief of Tu.scarora Township's 25-man volunteer de part me lit. Contract Bridge By Josephine Culbertson WEST produced qnitr. an open- Ing- !c»d In the following hand. North dealer. East-West vulnerable. A J 10 8 6 4 ' :- The bidding: 'North East South 1 4 Pr,5S 2 • 3 * l^ss 4 * 5 4 Pass 0 4> Pass Pass East said later that he had wanted to double six clirunonds to call for an "unusual opcninpr lead," which could only be .1 spade in thi.i auction, but ho restrained Himself for two reasons. First, even if he Rot the spade lead and ruffed it, there were dim prospects of Betting anoUicr trick to set the contract; and second, the double of six diamonds might drive the enemy 'back to six j;pades and that contract could be ice-cold. Thus, it was all the more to West's credit that, even in -the absence of ihe lead-directing double by his partner, he opened a spade, and moreover selected that particular spade which resulted in a two-trick defeat of the contract. West led the </t'»cc of spades, and South could scarcely l,c blamed for his reaction. Envisaging- a ruff if he were to let East win this, he put up dummy's ace, nnd lie wn.-. .shc/ckcd to find the ruff ma'.eriaimnp: immediately and from a most unexpected direction. It was East who ruffed, nnd subsequently South had to concede both of his remaining spades. West, by way of explanation, said that" he had selected the spade deuce lead on this basis: North's three-spade bid. lacking the king and queen, had strongly suggested at Utast a six-card suit. South had shown .1 willingness to plnv at spades by bidding game in tha't suit. Thus, it was csu-amcly likely thtt East had no more than n singleton. 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