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Middlesboro Daily News (Newspaper) - August 25, 1955, Middlesboro, Kentucky VOL 45 NO 127 ASSOCIATED ru Home Daily of the LEASED MIDDLESBORO KENTUCKY THURSDAY AUGUST 25 1955 i MIDDLESBORO WEATHER High 00 39 39 Ntum n PRICE FIVE CENTS I Mills agriculture engineer from here explains the of seeding alfalfa and orchard grass together for hay on Ilic farm at the Mason farm Clear Creek Identified in with Mills R Marvin Howard president of Iho Mid Chamber of Commerce Maurice K Henry John Cawood and Circuit Judge A L Maddox y Storm Edith Churns Air But St May Die at Sea MIAMI newborn winds of 80 miles per hour churned the Atlantic far from eastern U S const today and weathermen hopefully predicted il might die al sea Small bul crowing Hurricane Edith fifth storm of season aimed loward routes of Connie and Diane won't be able to tell il's headed for at Iwo or a U S weather fore- caster said Wednesday night but his me lias a chance of ing at sea She began farther and easi than Connie or Diane hose two were at he same stage as were farther south The Miami Bureau 11 midnight KDT that al N BSO oast of San Inan PR or of The full-fledged hurricane of the season was ing in a lion 13 milos per it was of a Jew shii's the of the IM and nf the and 50 miles west The continue moving in the same at the for itie next 12 gradually increasing in and intensity Contract Awarded For Street Repair FRANKFORT Ky iPl Award of improvement contracts totaling was hy State prn The projects contractors n mounts by included Avenue in Middlesboro repair over Crock T C SI 1.610 DEATHS JoSin Duncan of Growers Win Co-Op Suit The Tennessee Court of Appeals has ruled in favor of 11 members of Tennessee Growers Assn who tiled sun She organisation lo recover The court refused however to require he association o make blanket cash returns of each which members it lo The complainants filed snil in Greene Chancery Conn io recover Ihc of some Bolh sides case defense charged Ihc lo deplete a fund intended lo finance n owned plant which with private op- ei Tbe tourt ruled case will be reminded lo lower court lo the II com- are due All court costs be divided hy the two sides THE WEATHER Fair to partly cloudy today and little change in e s Partly cloudy and a lillle warmer tonight and more humid of a few showers afternoon in lower and mid- dle portions Warm and hu rn i d scattered showers and likely fligh today 87 low 61 high Friday 87 Junior Order To Meet Here The Councilor of the Junior of American has an invitation from to hold convention here in mately 150 10 2011 people will convention lo be held sometime in Augusi Representatives from lo the meeting held in ton this week returned They were Waller Lovelace J H W 1 Dorton John son Will A as and as Slate and Amos G Idol National Council representative fro n Kentucky Mrs also ihc meeting and the activities Lt Jack R Barton Assigned to Gordon LI Jack K Darlon son of Dr and Mrs A of Mid- recently completed the Army's Medical F i e i rf Service School's military orientation course al Korl Sam Houston Lt who has received ieis him lo Camp don Georgia was graduated from Ihc U n i v e r s i I y of Louisville's School of Army lasl month He is a member of Psi Omega nnd Sigma Alpha His wife former Colleen of Middlesboro is in gia with Lt Barton Rev Rone to Give Second Tour Talk Rev II Rone pastor of First Baptist Church will speak tonight on From Jordan to ny in the second of his lecture series concerning his recent tour of Holy Land He will show color slides of Italy The begins at p.m si the church Ceremony Set At New School The dedication of Duck e y c School nn school between and Ingram on Greasy Creek will take place day August 28 at 2 p ni The invocation will he given by Kov Jesse Tinsley S A Mills principal of Buckeye will preside D E Perkins Archi- Ky will discuss architecture and Dr J S chairman of lie Hell Counly Board of i o n will discuss opportunities o f consolidated school tion will be given by II M Pence Buckeye School tins one of the most modern facilities in Ibis nren including sysl e in rest rooms and ventilation All of the eleven rooms lile floor and rooms lire painted in harmonizing pas t e 1 shades are easy on the eyes and Inck the glare which our older buildings Boll Counly buses will prov i de transportation on Creasy Creek nnd Imd Mile Section The public is invited lo attend Ibis dedication and lo lour classrooms nnd meet the teachers of new school super- intendent W M Slusher snid Innocent Says Oliver II o b I s lold The Daily News day thai he was entering a pica of not guilly lo a charge of sessing whiskey Ho b b s was on charge week hy Chief Deputy Elmer son and A T U Agents who ed his homo The officers found some waier in a bucket at my home labeled it Moonshine and pui me under said claimed while he had made bond ii was for an examining trial before a U S Commissioner and would undergo examining trial before Kelly before il could be or nol his case would go lo Federal Court is of lown week and could not he reached for com- ment Examining irial on the has not been held Counly High Opens Monday I Ml Counly School will open an expected ment of Principal A announced day Jf the predicted enrollment is reached County will be Iho Kentucky's largest high east of Junior and senior students will Monday sophomores on and freshmen on day Students are expected only on f day of neir class A new manual training has been completed inn need for increasing interest in this subject The school will also offer for the time in I photographic art choral music U S Presses New Of Red Alms Dulles to Follow Up Eisenhower Speech Before Bar Organization WASHINGTON ed Slates today pressed a new campaign lo test Ihc of lalk on a wide Tlie campaign begun denl Eisenhower's inq speech Wednesday in delphia before the annual of the American elation i The President talking of spHt of Geneva challenged H- Russians to unify Germany junk the Iron Curtain and scuttle I h e I r International Communist These were Ihc President made publicly and privately at eva conference Mr nKo United Slates will nol wink nt Injustices heaped on pressed peoples or sell out freedom for the of a false peace of Slate John rosier Dulles will follow I lead In a speech in New Yoik Friday afternoon cil on Foreign Relations The will speak on of United Sillies foreign policy In wake of Ihc Four conference at Geneva The Soviet peace talk will he tested again In Nations disarmament opening next in New York Chancellor Sept 9 trip In Moscow will be watched loo The biggest fall lesl will come 27 when Four foreign minister's mecl nl Geneva lo follow up the summit conference Knox Fair Underway The Knox County Es in s s al Legion Park and Interest is running high as exhibits are being displayed Inhibits of ihc Club Is Interest of blic interest nre the ball casting and shoot held day under the flood al 8 p in Each in this contest will fire 25 shols al clay Other spoils include t h e dog show hold on Friday nt 8 p in All dog owners who wish o dog in Ilic arc urged lo gel dogs ered hy that time The Club is sponsoring a complete line of live slock which includes sheep cattle of different sixes and grades other farm products produced on Knox ty farms will be on display The Future Farmers of America nrc co-sponsors of this department In the Live nl Home ment Iho public will see every kind of home product r c d and canned on display Competition is open lo Knox Hell Laurel Counties shows will lie on he grounds each for u- ment Rone Srapleton At Baptist Meeting George and the Kev Wendell If Roue al Cedar Grove Church in Claiborne Counly attending Ihc annual Cumberland Gap tisl Association meeting Baptist churches in County are of association over hundred people were Two who tlie first meeting of association two years ago were present They were long-time County residents The Luck and W T of twirls Franco is ing the week end in as of Mr and Mrs ard Douglass Heron 21 came lo summer under American Summer Program young to this country for n visit lo ler He lias in for a month and will next week his return lo France in curly tember Heron will begin a lour of duly navy Heron lo in study of mining and tion Dully News Man Loses Leg A was lo ville Community Hospital last at p.m after an UN ran over him near culling off his righl leg IM- low ihc knee The man Clarence Collins Is re- In itw hospital today Officials snld leg was severed just nnd hnd to be amputated lo six inches of the knee Workmen on Iho freight snld Collins silling on were- lo slop the freight in lime The incident red south of ihp bridge The was coming from Mid- Lo man WHS rushed lo pital by Durham ambulance afler train workmen bad slopped flow of blood until Ihc ambulance could gel C of C Farm Tour On WMIK Tonight Tlie Middlesboro of Commerce farm Tour yes will bo described on at file lour was on Roller L farm in Clear Creek of Hell Many local individuals who maile tour will interviewed Tup broadcast was recorded in field dining the lour al various field sla lions Vaccine Test Was Failure PHS Reports WASHINGTON UP The government said Hint or ils safely tests was Ihc probable cause of Hie polio out- break among children who received Cutler vaccine The U S Public Service said safely lulled to prevent live from Into some Oilier shots This caused nt some of polio cases directly or Indirectly with Culler I Million Flood Aid Ready for Use WASHINGTON money ami Into lln In a effort could cost more ICK of con- lenders ordered Inlo nn for InK funds resources In will look for menus n of Congress will nol lio lumes C HOUKO UK fie out- lined the steps or Hie Cross ed Ils from rive million ID million us II of U ni 702 were nml more heavily hy lust showed flood Ils Idlest count nml on for K Keil Cross needs lo In tlie imd Ihc country lo MS rock Iho fumi The fluency a ol Kiris to ils fund hud followed hy nml oilier Iml Hie need is n new wail lo Iw asked hy Heil Cross Hie lo force more cnn use more of flood lims were recovered in nnd bers of were un- for in Pennsylvania aud Conned lent Group Signs WASHINGTON Operations Association one of the largest Southern sofl producer has John L Lewis de- mand for his Mine Workers This was major crn coal lo go along Ilic by Lewis last week sofl mine owners Other op- nre exacted to fall ly inlo line normally produce million Ions of coal a year and employ 10.000 to men This Is a major of Ihc Southern industry that produces SO lo GO million of Kofi coal u year and employs miners I polio six on its four investigation of the Culler Health Service ly conceded thai exact sons for live virus found in at least three Culler lols nol ISul 11 declared thai Us gation nothing -which- lo contamination ns n source of he live virus had checked possibility Hint this might have occurred ing Ihc of Die by Cutler and after final tests had becu made Ou tbo Health Service snld evidence ed cause of he I rouble Inadequate the virus coupled ure of tlie safely test lo strate the presence of vims The Health Service pointed before May 27 Inadequate killing of the virus not lie experience of several of lire II also said wore In tlie safely failed to assure what is now In lie h degree of On May 27 new were lino he ter nnd Ihc testing nre governed hy lire government which were overhauled In the wake of Ihc tor A snld Hint Ihc cense of Iho Culler Berkeley Calif lo the vaccine not revoked mid that lo his knowledge no such notion Is lie Raid cutler officials will meet next month fo consider tlie company's plans Previously Ihc government Culler to tion of the vaccine which was ed when Ihc Culler cases So fur however II ins nol ted new approval Health Service report said 7 persons suffered polio 90 days afler receiving Cutler cine of these It snld occurred among six suspect lols As lo nny production by Culler Laboratories officials said Cutler license never has been fully revoked Ils vaccine simply was withhold from use New Cases of Polio Near Figure of 54 WASHINGTON U S Service snid of new polio cases re- Insi week only II per helow Hie number recorded in the same week lasl year The service said new cases were retried for week ending Aug 20 ns compared lo in he comparable week of The 20 per cent in pre- vious week The service snid cases have this year as com- pared to in same period of fn the disease April 1 were cases as compared lo fn Battle On Polio Critical Period Ahead II is still awl go will gel by out a major epidemic of paralysis this year U S Public Health Service say it will hike another nr six weeks lo tell A lot may depend on er An early fall might cul down ihc in- greatly Tbe pattern shows a sharp rise in Ihc number of new cases of lo give disease ils proper name from mid- May to This is followed by a correspondingly shurp decline lo the end of ary to May of new each week nms under 250 all arc in stales which have warmer ters The peak of new cases in a single week for the entire U S was 1179 for the third week of September during the epidemic The week there was a drop lo new cases This period by record marks end of ihc worst danger every year Here arc PHS on new cases week by week for year for Hie cor- responding weeks of 1954 and all lime highs of when were nearly mi June 4 251 fH 219 lune II 2M 309 201 IH func 2 331 9 15 Sll uly Aug i Aug 13 3105 Aug 20 3501 Aug 27 3502 2101 1 2119 1052 Sept 17 1179 Kepi 21 H is pointed thai of new cases in year was lower Ihan in anil 1952 was lo a mild spring in most parts of U S The totals went up in July heat waves but stayed below previous years In the first two weeks of August year's new cases rose lo within 200 or from 10 to 12 of lasl year's figures This year's figures arc si ill 30 lo -10 per cent below Ihc highs There is cause for rejoicing in Hut Public Health Service officials still in- sist it is too early to predict hat the country will hy this year wilhout a major outbreak of the dread disease of cases up through this year is 9720 ns compared to 12.633 for lasl year The one mosl serious outbreak is the in fn one sense Ihc increases in new rases arc as much flue lo geography and distribution as to weather Tin hil be part of the U S in this Half population of the country lives in this area The danger of next six weeks therefore is in outbreaks in lated sections of New England New York New Jersey Pennsylvania Ohio Illinois and Michigan President signing of the polio vaccine assistance act n Aug 32 probably came loo lale to do much good this year This new law makes 30 million dollars available for allocation lo Ihc slates for vaccinating dren under 20 ami expectant mothers No of vaccine have been made un- der act so far It may be several weeks before they can begin The previous voluntary assistance plan which went into July 31 gives priority to children in Ihc age group Over two million shots have so far allocated to the stales for this program Hut in vaccine field trials last year no clear evidence of immunity was found un- til from two lo four weeks after the third shot had been administered
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