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High Point Enterprise, The (Newspaper) - April 27, 1976, High Point, North CarolinaFlu vaccine dosage results seen by Early july Nashville Tenn. Researchers Hope to know by july 1 How much Swine flu vaccine can be Given to children to protect them from the virus without causing an allergic reaction according to or. Peter f. Wright. Wright a Vanderbilt University medical school professor is coordinating a nationwide testing program of the vaccine among school age children. Congress recently approved million for the development and distribution of the Swine flu vac Cine across the nation. Officials plan to immunize the entire country by november when it is feared the Swine flu May reappear. About children will be Given the vaccine at about 12 universities throughout the nation within the next month Wright said monday. He said Swine flu would affect children in High frequency since children have less resistance to it than adults. We Hope to have All our testing completed and recommendations ready to make to the National institutes of health by july Wright said. He said the testing program will be conducted in two phases. The first being inoculating the children and observing for any reactions. After about a month we will take blood samples from a part of the group to see How Well the resistance has Wright said. Wright said the children will be tested for four commercially prepared vaccines to determine if one might be More suitable for children. The thing unknown is what is an exact amount. It May vary depending on age and the size of the Wright said. We want a dose that does t cause a reaction and at the same time provides effective an epidemic of Swine flu in 1918 and 1919 killed More than persons in the . Although some critics of the program say the con Gressional appropriation was unnecessary Wright disagrees. We obviously feel it is an important thing to he said. There has been some Over drawing of risks but there is no question there is a risk. If there was an epidemic the results could be quite Bear cub taken Back to Woods Elizabethtown a Smokey the Bear so the Story goes was found in his younger Days in the after math of a Forest fire. Smokey has retired to new Mexico and if there is a search on for a successor a Likely candidate was found in some charred Woodlands in Bladen county. Kenneth Davis assistant county Forest Ranger said monday that his men were just about to get a 250-acre murder weapon was stolen Charlotte a the gun which killed 19-year-old coed Vicki Mckney last wednesday had been stolen four Days before from the Home of a retired Church choir director police report. The Churchman and retired postal worker is 75-year-old j. Clyde White. He says police told him the 38-caliber Smith Wesson police special he used for Protection had been found in miss Mckinney s car after she had been abducted Blaze near Bay tree Lake under control when one of the equipment operators pointed toward a Bush. I looked up and there was a Little cub probably seven to-10 pounds up in the Bushes about head Davis said. He was just a Little soft Ball of fur scared to death and the foresters who found the cub estimated it to be about 4 months old. They set out immediately not to push it toward Smokey the Bear stardom but to find its Mother. District biologist Larry Mechlin took the cub into the Woods monday night. He said Mother bears will search for a lost cub for several Days. Mechlin to make it a Little easier for a family reunion put the cub in a Cage too Strong for the cub to break out of but too weak to withstand a Mother Bear s hug he said if the cub s Mother does not return he will place the cub in a wildlife shelter where it will live until it is old enough to survive on its own in the Forest. The weather Ati Onai weather Sylvice Noaa us of risk of Frost weathermen called for sunny and Cool weather All Over the state for today and in most areas they Are Call ing for Frost tonight. Triad area forecasts were pretty much the same for to Day and tonight with the risk of Frost in susceptible areas. Wednesday should be sunny also. Highs today were to have forecast North Carolina Frost warning mountains tonight. Sunny and Cool today with highs in mountains to around 70 Southeast. Clear and Cool tonight with scattered Frost in mountains and risk of Frost Interior. Lows in 20s mountains to 40s coastal. Sunny wednesday with highs in 60s. South Carolina sunny but mild today and wednesday. Highs today and wednesday around 70. Lows tonight ranging from upper 30s Northwest to upper 40s coast been in the Low to mid 60s. Tonight s lows Are expected to be in the mid to upper 30s. Wednesday s High should be in the mid to upper 60s. Chance of rain is near Zero through wednesday. Temperatures by the associated press 24 hours ending 7 . Est station Asheville Clr Augusta Clr Charleston Clr Charlotte Clr Columbia Clr Greensboro Clr Clr Raleigh Clr Savannah Clr Wilmington Clr h l or 53 34 74 42 77 47 68 37 77 40 6636 68 36 71 32 7750 78 46 3-Day forecast North Outlook thursday through saturday fair thursday becoming mostly Cloudy by the end of the week. Highs in the 60s thursday and warm ing to the 70s saturday. Lows in the upper 30s to the Middle 40s thursday and warming to the 40s and Low 50s saturday. High Point Enterprise. Tuesday. April 27, 1976 a humid rooms help slow fires Washington a keeping the humidity High in your House May not Only be More comfortable but it also could give you added minutes to escape in Case of fire a Harvard University physicist said today. The study of heat capacity effect of Walls of a room suggest that the variation in the Normal amounts of absorbed moisture can have an important influence on fire said or. Howard w. Emmons. The physicist who has burned up several Complete rooms to test the dynamics of fire said increased moisture in Walls boosts their heat capacity the ability to absorb heat without a Large Rise in temperature. Large heat capacity in Walls therefore slows the rate of fire growth by temporarily holding tempera Ture Down. Iron Cid. The added minutes before flames envelope the room can be enough to allow escape he said. Addressing a meeting of the american physical society Emmons suggested adding moisture absorbing chemicals to Wallboard and other construction materials to increase their heat capacity. Emmons said the United states has one of the world s worst fire loss records although it has some of the Best fire fighting capability. Fires annually cause about deaths serious Burn injuries and approximately billion in property damage he said. Emmons attributed the toll to americans living in More flammable environments. We have a High living Standard with an array of appliances materials and conveniences that Are collectively potential fire he said. Our inspiring Chapel is available to All families regardless of religious Faith or financial circumstance. Has new Job Ron Zeigler former Nixon administration press Secretary stands in Rockefeller Center in new York City monday. Ziegler is now managing director of International services Lor the new York based Engineer ing firm Syska Hennessy. A company spokesman says he has lots to do in dealings with a wire Holo or. David Norton announces the opening of his optometric practice at 230 Baker Road Archdale 8 office hours in sol. 8.30-5 30 Call 434 2511 for appointment it no answer Call 88ft 4485 casket and service from cremation without service Harold cdavis funeral Home North main at Farriss Avenue Call 885-5o49 a select member of Pydi no h b attacks the hassles of getting a loan from a Bank. Erin notice Linn the wine Bank that Gim in a Bright Clireen you it making has u i pm going t in amazing change in it Titius and a startling shit t in fax anal ii. If Hen lie discos that we re conic to ask fora loan. At a cab we Micir in treating right no matter Zichal kind of business you mint to do Over the years Banks have had a reputation for in ing hard to Deal with when you need a loan. You wait for an Inte Riew go through a lot of questions and paperwork. Then you wait for an in Short it can become one big hassle. And usually the bigger the Bank the bigger the hassle. But not at a cab. We have million a month to lend and we re going to lend it. So to make Loans easier we be simplified things at our Bank. In the first place we ask Only the questions you would ask someone you were lending Money. When you need a loan you need Money. Not a runaround. Once we get your answers we get you an answer in a hurry. Because unlike a lot of big Banks the person who talks to you about the loan can give you the answer. Without asking someone else. And they la Ink for ways to make you the loan not turn you Down. How can a Bank ask you to sign forms Only Bankers understand most people Don t read the Fine print on a loan agreement. Simply because it looks complicated. And it sounds complicated. But at a cab the agreement you sign is written in Plain English not Bank so you know just what we expect from you and More important what you can expect from us. We Don t have to do All this but we think it s Worth it. After All we lend Money to More people than any other Bank in North Carolina. And one big reason for this is that we go out of our Way to make things As easy As possible for you. Kicks for the name of your nearest a cab loan officer Call 800-822-8855 toll free

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