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Berkshire Eagle (Newspaper) - January 10, 1956, Pittsfield, Massachusetts GOP ABOIT-FACE President's farm Message Borrowed From .Veir Deal II The Ea City Edition Entered as tecond class matter. Pott Ojjict, Pittsfield. Alau. Volume 213 Pittsfieltl, Tuesday. January 10. 1956. 24 Centi State Salk Shot Ban Ended By Medical Jury's Decision From UP and AP Massachusetts Polio Advisory Committee Monday night ended a six-month ban on mass inoculations with the Salk anti-polio vaccine and said there was "no that the vaccine caused last year's polio epidemic. ___________________ McGinnis Drops Bid E. D. Jones Sons Co. Business Booming .Live Virus Still Possible The committee recommended that the more recently pro- duced vaccine is sufficiently safe to be given on a mass scale to schoolchildren. The decision leaves Idaho as the only state has not ghen a Sieen light to the Salk vaccine. In its report, committee "The piotection to be expected (from the vaccine) is now greater than the potential risk in the vaccinated individual and to those with whom he comes in con- tart." The committee that "total noted however freedom from live vi- rus cannot be assured in this vac- cine and that the vaccine may possibly, in rare instances, induce the disease in those vaccinated and their contacts." Mahoney Strain Substitute the report tinued, "it recognizes con-j that the search still continues for a suit- able substitute for the virulent Mahoney strain." Physicians were advised to ad- minister vaccine made according to new methods of production and additional safety tests. The decision by a board of 19 experts was reached after a. six- hour meeting in the office of Mas- sachusetts Public Health Commis- sioner Dr Samuel B. Kirkwood. The board includes Nobel winner Dr. John F. Enders. A Sales Jump; Britain Adds Plmt Space To GaiTlSOll 'Inadequate' At Cyprus LONDON" Biitain ordeied mme troops to the Middle East today "as a precautionary meas- ure' for the protection of British subjects in the whole disturbed re- gion. Vickery Reports Employment L'p, Market Expanding E. D. Jones Sons Co. set a new sales record in 1955 and is cur- rently expet iencing a boom which' The War Office announced that will necessitate additional plant1' airborne and ground troops are facilities. Charles H. Vickery, vice! being flown to the island colony president of the 110-v ear-old Pitts- plant Inadequate Press Henrv A. of Cyprus in the eastern Mediter- j field paper-making machinery man- ranean as a fire brigade in the' ufacturing firm, said today, jevent fighting spreads. Cyprus Mr. Vickery made the disclosure ready is torn by a rebellion against, this afternoon as the company British rule. (opened Us annual three-day sales _ ;and engineering conference at the Already There I Berkshire Museum, i The shock troops will strengthen! Ithe 100.000 man garrison on thei island which serves as headquar-i The Jones company executive Iters for Britain's air and the firm's 1955 sales went up in the Middle East. The'S3 per cent over 19o4. Dollar i royal navy's Mediterranean head-! figures were not given, quarters is in Malta to the west, j "Our present plant is inadequate The British forces in Cyprus will i for the current rate of incoming ibe in a position to strike out in j orders, will have to be any direction if serious fighting found to expand productive ca- !should flare. Britain has a systemtpacity." Mr: Vickery said, iof alliances with such Arab coun-; Employment at E. D._ Jones 1 tries as Jordan. Iraq. Iran and' Sons Co. has increased lo per cent 'Libva pacts that bind it to act since September. Mr. Vtckery said NEW YORK i.f> Henry A.; anv !the firm employed about 2bO in Prize i Wallace, former secretary of agri-; announcement said: and now has more than 1 culture, said today of the disturbed position in'300. Wallace Soil Plan., Eisenhower CHILE HEADED OFF A GEXERAI. STRIKE overnight by using armed troops to fUiard critical centers, as at railroad Mation in Santiago. above. Three hundred were arrested. Only JO per cent of workers said to quit their jobs. Thirty thousand troops vere on strike duty to preserve order and ''freedom to Congress convened in special session today on eco- nomic underpins Central Labor Union's strike call. (lulled Prffs Telephnto) un l refu ccpnt the Talk vaccine It support. vTs m TdahPo asttmmer Tat vSiace.' appearing on batch of vaccine produced by Cut-sion program "Today" NBC. ter Laboratories was found to con-Jsuccess of plan will be several years ago and now is tain live jiirus. "IS Deaths in Epidemic' ......__yesterday to Congress willi depend upon how enabling legisla- flown tion is eventually prepared and Massachusetts discontinued mass whether adequate funds are pro- jccinations when an epidemic- of vided. -olio broke out last spring. At least 28 deaths were reported among .-ome 3.385 cases. The committee voted its recom- mendation on the basis of "evi- cicnce that the rnore-recently pro- duced vaccine has a sufficiently sreater level of safety than that nreviously available to warrant its f the decision. Dr. Jon- Criticism Offset In reply to questions. Wallace declared that the presidential mes- sage "negates criticism" that the administration has not been ade- quately aware of farm problems. Terming price supports inade-1 quate by themselves to dispose of] the current problem of surpluses. I he said he was Segregated School Aid Wins Va. Vote, by 2-1 From AP and UP RICHMOND, Va. Gov. Thomas B. Stanley prepared today to translate the results of a smashing election victory IO Ut US .DLllCtlH a f. r- i i i- i >t i T 1 J- air and land forces in the Middle! 3. The pulp and paper industry a request for further action by the Virginia Legislature 'is continuing to expand on a broad i tj administration plan to continue segregated schools. -nnlM. -fl-ia Irt r-fOil f j ATirfrilP "Pact TIpr Ke listed the following factors The recommendation tnat me.Elsenhowers new farm program a.s contributing to the 1955 sales in-' health department resume tne vac- -t and u ae -Mqhn the' 3 woius sirable as a precautionary- measure i ciease. 10 will receive bipartisan j to increase the number of troops! 1- The sales department per- !at the disposal of the commander j sonnel has been expanded both that a- Wallace: apoearing on televi-ii" chief for the protection of and said'ish subjects in the area, should project be- to Cyprus where Britain's ginning to bear fruit. East are based. 13 Foil Mines, Barbed Wire Fleeing Reds VIENNA Hungarian and Communist refugees, who scale as a result of the increased consumption of pulp and products. Market Increasing Paper Convention Approved He will go before the opening session of the General Assembly Mr. Vickery said the market tor for his Slate of tne Commonwealth Jones equipment ingly increased. has correspond- j [.address tomorrow armed with a; tion and to usurp the blood-won rights of our people? "The answer is no, thou- sand times, no'.'' Griffi.i said that maintaining [segregation was "the most vital alysis said his group was ed that children in Massachusetts' are to have the same opportunity, for protection against paralytic po- 8, MarL. 6. and Elisabeth. 5.'700 h.p. disc refiner is a typical faith toward Eisenhower and Republican con- other fam.ly included Robert example of the part piayed by the leaders agreed a' a Hovath. 2S. his wife Rosalia. 30.! that among them baby. Rosalia. Continued floods in California and (the dispute to arbitration. Price had previously said the company could not entrust" its economic which had no stake m the outcome. The company has maintained also White House meeting today the administration's farm piogram should have hich priority at this session of Congress. Jnnrv Boom Highways Stressed The GOP leadeis toM reporters the President's 10-vear pro of highway construction also was stiessed at the legislative strategy session Democrats are jres-; and will program but they have indicated _ a disposition to give farm legisla-'sroup tion a top place. Parents Defy Jesuit Principal, Demand Delay on Integration NEW in control of Con- dispute rocked v set the legislative school today after a vancemont of Colored People. ;ood ting its be to bring the state in line with the Supreme Court decision banning segregated classrooms. Governor Elated The governor was eiated Monday nizli; over the results of the ief- erendum. His appom'ed education commission had recommended tne Uiiiior.-einn? plan and a special of the Genera! Assembly ap- pioveci it. Stanley said the larg" victoiy margin, "causes us so feel more ever before that we were right in submitting this question to the voters." i issues This has absorbed the 16 million] finder ,s ss-ifV by the Red Cross for disaster, instead a ballot work. Ham-nan It has also on a company up most of an S million dollar, The union has disaster reserve fund. oosal. Ice Jams Threaten Floods As N.E. Gets 3rd Day Rain ern New England and New York City service. The ICC hearing has been held, on and off, since last spring when a McGinnis faction gained control of the McGinnis needs ICC approval be- fore he can serve as president of two railroads. Pending an ICC de- that its employes "understand the Boston Maine has better than any fact-1been run by Lloyd C. Kiernaa 'Washington, D. C., executive to submit to arbitra- president. tion has suggested; }fcGinnis was named a director by union members of the last Oct. 21 after contract proposal., stockholders increased the number rejected this pro- of directors from 19 to 21. 1 The 51-year-old McGinnis has headed the New Haven Railroad since last April, 1954. when took over after a bitter proxy bat- poised the als.i ei flow ed or. noire 10 ;'ne waters in Scnicb Meadow- Dam within four inches of the Five-Day Forecast Warm and rainy woathpr continue through Sunday peraturos will avorace as much as 10 degrees above normal. Xo important cold weather be- fore the weekend or thp first of wpek. Rainfall will aver- 3TP 1 inrh or aiv.oiir.u :n the niaun'.am Arras alone streams he alert possible racial of the fiOO piemen: when waikout started. School of'i- miniirmed the incident and said about 100 left. parents walked out on the! Stallworth could not be 'priest-principal rather than for comment. Republican Senate Leader a prosesregation resolution.. Votcd Down i lar.d of California said the Presi- louching off the row at a Jesuit; dent "looks fine." Know-land and high school parent's club meeting; however, o. tne 960- Hoi'se GOP Leader Martin a resolution asking indefinite student boys school said those Massachusetts said there was no'postponement ot any plans to in- present afer the walkout voted discuss-on of the President's sec- tesrate classes. 'hat the resolution was contrary ,o Cnftin declared today ond term plan. The Rev. C. J. Stallworth. a Jes- the constitution of the parent s Of Georgia never stir Cai.foiT.ia senator he'U'> priest ar.d principal of The club and voted it down. !o ;he decision by the be'eved Fisenhower's farm pro- school, threatened to dissolve the, Archbishop Joseph Francis Rum- preme Court which bans segrega-.Roire srra'rri. featuring a "soil bank" sys- club if his request was refused. (mel of New has in pubhc schools. were Defiant Ga. Governor Blasts Supreme Court ATLANTA BOSTON ms.n threat 10 r.ver commumiies ss rain continued today in New reached England for the third successive nay. A fabric in Peterborough. N. H. warm borough. N. H temperatures loosened 15-foot sec- when ice nr tions o: ice in the i River and dynamite Splash Warning CONCORD, N.H. "It Motor Ve- and hic'.e Crr.sr. Frederick N. Clarke today warned motorists that if they splash pedestrians, they can face m last October's damace claims, or may be regarded as near South Peier- improper driving. was threatened against a stone Contookcook bridge causing the river !o was used to flow. stacked sandbags break the clogging jams that flood- around the nr.il to keep ihe water ed several sections of Jaffrey, out of the cellar. Peterborough and Hancock. Marvin The New Hampshire Highway the said an ice block the incident indication ot Rivera Kisine he river se-v.ces e p .eparmen s rrender" above a mill dam in Peterborough, Brad ley Field. Conn., in an U.S. Su- was divertins the water toward ory for the Housatw.c. r a cut back in crop acreage. was ceneraliv "well received" in and stood a good chance' .Un Catholic Vn- lnCathohc- ln KltchhnTK r.Pt, 4.37 Otftrr lornl irrmhrr datn trill hr found on Section 2. Senate First i'snd ar.d Mart.n t.-.e Senate TO ar: fire: l-i.l! w.-h hearings ?o the Sena'e 202 and vvss threatening a washout of The road, which is a a committee to study the possibil-i He said She Supreme Court main line artery to Springfield, ity of some form of integration in cough! to usurp control of state- Mass. He branded the resolution "un- the kindergarten and first state-developed and state- rinstian. un-Cathoiic. nexf September. financed schools and colleges have urged in an addre After Father Staihvorth asked tion a; the hjen school level first. 3] Assembly, the g o v e rn o r Sunday until 7-30 a.m. today. i.ie w-th draws! of the resolution. Catholic schools m Tunisians are deela-ed: Ashhurnham. near FiTcnhtire ...o- Charles A Bouueo.s a seal not afiected bv the Male's scgte- At tnis the con- Route 119 was closed last n.gn. and a..rt un.e q.i. i fronts this General Assembly of when a brook in R N. H hr.iKcn educators have heen Geor3.a Are we coin? to permit'overflowed. The highway was o. wa-i BiacK- Connecticut. Thames ard stor.e River valleys said: Small streams are recedin? while larger r.vers are rontmumi: vv.th rnir.or nses is not expected where river channels thev on a dealer who introduced it. refused Cation laws. Corsi- snd contended it expressed his Some nv'tpp. headed hy Sen. before 13. Ellender views i A club member said only leaders in few'movement in tne sniisegiegauon South, up can ratine m levels inv.ned.atelv and a more sudden and declaration .opened asain this morning. iol men to destroy out constitu- Wmnekeag in Ashburnham jwhen Uie jam g.ves way. rise One Horse Sleigh Quickly Sold Mrs Fred Crossin of 9TS Barker Foad recently insert- ed the follow ing ad in The Kaele and Rot re- sults the first night the ad ran. for SLEIGH. 51 NICK ONB HOSSK robr Said she. "Very pleased found a the first night ihe ad appeared." No matter what have to sell, an Kagle Vlnssified ad is your way of contacting a pos- sible buver To insert one. just Dial 7311 and ask for classified ad taker. lEWSPAPERr SPAPERf
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