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THE EVENING STAR, Washington, D. C. WEDNESDAY. AWL M. IMS Vaccine Officials to Map D. C. Distribution Setup Private medicine and local drug representatives will at tempt to set up some system of distribution and establish priorities for use of the polio vaccine at a meeting today in the District Medical Society. The meeting will attempt to head off an expected rush for the vaccine once it arrives for private use. School inoculations, now taking place in some areas, are being supplied free of charge by the Polio Foundation. Center May Be Set Up A spokesman for the society said some "central point for distribution” of the vaccine may be set up. Some priorities, now being discussed, hold that children be low the age of 5 should come first pregant women next and children over 5 and up to 10, who will not be receiving the vaccine under the school pro gram, last. Group Health, Inc., a pre payment medical service, has announced its pediatric staff first will vaccinate pre-school age children from 3 to 7 years of age. The next group to receive the vaccine would be children from 7 to 10. Pregnant women would then be vaccinated if enough vaccine is on hand. Meanwhile, Prince Georges moved into its second day of mass vaccinations. Over 2,000 children received their first shots yesterday—all first and second graders and the first of some 12,800 children to receive the shots. Health officials there feel they will complete first-round vaccinations by Monday. Fairfax to Start The second shot is scheduled Textile Strike In Deadlock BOSTON, April 20 (/P).—The strike of 23.000 New England millhands went into its fifth day without apparent hope for im mediate settlement. A negotiations session between representatives of the CIO Tex tile Workers Union and the Big Bates Mfg. Co., which employs 6.000, of the strikers broke down early today in Lewiston, Me. The collapse was reported by Denis Blais, Lewiston area director of the union. The workers, employed in 24 mills owned by a half dozen com panies, struck last Friday mid night against a management proposal that they take a pay cut amounting to about 10 cents an hour—3 cents under the escala tor pay clause and about 7 cents in fringe benefits The United at first was con tent to renew the old contract which expired Friday midnight. However, on Monda.v cne un ion answered managemeni s pay cut demand with a demand that the 1952 pay cuts of about 6Vi per cent be restored. That cut had Deen recommended by an arbitrator. The expired contract sec wages at a minimum of *1.095 cents an hour. The average pay in the struck mills was $. .30 an hour. More Quakes Shaking Town ATHENS, Greece, April 20 iiP). —Slight earth tremors continued to shake the port city of Volos today ofter a heavy shock last night killed one person, injured 49 and damaged 80 per cent of the city’s buildings. The area’s police chief re ported 23 tremors in the past 24 hours. Volos, a city of 51.000, Is 100 miles northwest of Athens. Heavy rains drenched thou sands of persons spending the night in the streets. The United States destroyer Wood, anchored in the harbor, sent ashore first aid teams, medicine, emergency power supply units and blankets. Press reports put the number of buildings demolished at be tween 200 and 500. SANTIAGO. Chile, April 20 f/P).—Two strong earth shocks felt in central Chile yesterday caused ocean tides to sweep in land at several points. Extensive crop damage was reported, but there were no reports of casual ties. Another termor wes felt at La Serena last night. “"^*‘*‘**'*l*ll Jp-, f mmrnt . '•* - White tide wall tire* •ptienal at »U«ht odditiml ch«r§# SOIOOOO / I Q Steps you up to a Delivtn locally thil bi, 6-pauenger 3 W 3 M I W 3 • B . Coronet Sedan, including diractionol ILI ET\A/ B Bfl H B B ffl B-J lignali, lately rim wheeli. arm *”™“ ”W ■ HH M HM airfoam front Mat, BWWW BW W B 1 dual tun viiori, plui many athere. -MLrfd SEE YOUR DEPENDABLE DODGE DEALER TODAY I from two to four weeks after the first shot. The last shot, which will not be furnished free, will be given probably by private physicians seven months after the second shot. Fairfax County will start in oculations tomorrow—at the Palnez private school near Ty sons Corner at 10 a.m. Mass vaccinations will begin Monday. Also scheduled to vaccinate on a large scale Monday are Mont gomery County. Alexandria and Arlington. The District starts Tuesday. 2-for-l SIMMONS 1 Hollywood Htd PRE-BUILT MATTRESS ond box SPRING * AND 6 LEGS Save *3O . NOW \ jC* rv AO- 95 Extrfl firm Sim % mons innerspring J No Carrying ? turning. Charges on Matching box Accounts wood'frame. 501 H ST. N.E. .. . Open Evenings ... 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Nor have we authorized anyone i else to do so. We have no right to ask people not to express their feelings in any way they see fit. The funds received will not be used by me personally.” Since Dr. Salk's vaccine re vealed to be 80 to 90 per cent effective a week ago, an estimated | 10,000 communications—letters, telegrams and telephone calls— have been sent him at the Uni versity of Pittsburgh. Several clerks nave been assigned to his university office to classify the communications and count the money being received. 20 Times a Summer SAN FRANCISCO —An aver age lawn is mowed 20 times dur ing the growing season with a total of about 30 inches of growth being cut from each plant.