Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on December 9, 1948 · Page 9
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 9

Cumberland, Maryland
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Thursday, December 9, 1948
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Phone 4600 for a JEA2CC Aft EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND. MD.. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1948 NINK Farms To Get * * First Results Of Atom Tests By EGBERT E. GEIGER WASHINGTON—(flV-T h e' fl r s t major results of atomic energy experiments on farm problems probably wil! be available to-Ia-incis in time for the 1949 growing season.' This was .announced meeting of '40 farm scientists, most of them from state agricultural col- n, n & -n leges. They came here to prepare |Home To Be sold 1949 form research program us- seeds and livir.i? creatures to utomic radiation. If the experiments are successful new crop varieties mijrht be tailor made" to 'fit climatic and other conditions In various parts of the United States. 1 Scientists have known for a. long time that atomic -rays change the genes of plants and creatures,'- The genes are the factors in llv.'ns celii that determine, the 'hereditary characteristics which seeds or animals hand down to their offspring. The problem is to control the changes that occur, so they are beneficial. inp new atomic "tools." Scientists have hinted farmers may expect new information..concerning the 'use of phosphorous 'fertilizers. That's where atom's energy enters the picture. Can Detect Kays Experimental phosphorous IE made radioactive by exposure in an atomic furnace. " This, radioactive phosphorous sends out rays which can be detected by certain Instruments. The phosphorous Is fed to plants md by using the instruments scien- •tists can learn how the plant uses T.he phosphorous It picks up from the solL • This Is only one of dozens of such experiments .underway • .throughout the United States. - The program, tacked by Atomic Energy commis- idou funds, will be enlarged in 1949. Create Netr Plants '' AEC Chairman. David E. Lilienthal has hinted that researchers are attempting to create nei? varieties of plants—and even cattle—by •L&NDON—C/P}—Hunstanlon Hall, ancestral home of the Lord High Admiral of' The Wash, Is to be sold because of the "impossible burden of taxation." 'Home of the Le Strange family since the 13th century, this old landmark stands on the Norfolk shore of The Wash— MacArthur Says Reds Use Japs As Slave Labor By HOWARD HAXDLEMTAN TOKYO —' <IKS) — Gen. Douglas MacArthur recently charged that Soviet Russia is using half a million Japanese prisoners as forced or slave labor to help develop the Soviet war potential. N. I. Generalov, highest ranking civilian diplomat in the Soviet mission to Tokyo, told- Communist members of the Diet that the charge is false. He said that the stories of the. repatriates, themselves, -would prove It. .So far the' stories'ha/ve been on Sen. MacArthur's side. Approximately 800,000 Japanese Have been repatriated from Soviet ureas, and the stories most of them wires, digging coal, and working on | tell -not complimentary. A Few Favor tile Kussians j A few do favor the Russians. The 'most subtle of these are the repat- Iriates who say conditions were aw- llul, but they were awful for both Russians and Japanese. .ie Siberian railroad which the Russians reportedly are expanding. He added: Humor of Nil Jap Workers 'At tilii from the time of our departure internment camp, die ship. One Manchur'ian News Agency. He spent 'Lack? We cannot even work think- These repatriates claim that theiiumor.was that there were no more Russians are completely free of race 'Japanese working along the Siber- rejudice and treated the Japanese ilan Railway line. Howev- ™° «<"•• s equals. ' wa5 °. ulw the contrary. Most repatriates, however, merely : v,-e stopped at a station tcll-a story'of oppression nnd Hard- icrowd of Japanese prisoners. time we saw a 'Coming up toward the train they me story was told by Yoshikazu Isaid with tragic countenances: ,ar.o. 59, former director of the, "'When on earth can we get Amar.o, two years and eight months as a ling of this 1 ." , > t , - - • • central j Amano said the- food situation :v;is so bad Japanese had to eat •Vmano said that throughout the 'what edible grass they could find to area Japanese are working as in- 'supplement their diet. Once, he said, dustrial laborers, laying bricks for '.they were given nothing, but pota- factory buildings, burying electric I ,oes for two months. ,. . Uses Artificial Heart On * • L O N D O N— (INS) —Dr: Viking Olam Bjork of the Surgical Clinic of Stockholm's Sabbatsberg Hospital revealed in a recent issue of "The Lancet" that iie has successfully -used an artificial heart on a dog. He says he clamped both superior and inferior venae cavae (the two large vessels which open into the right auricle of the heart) for 33 minutes. This rendered the heart bloodless but maintained the blood- flow -to the brain alone with the cardiopulmonary machine it h e artificial neart.) Dr. Bjork said the dog survived "with no sign of organic damage and became father of eleven puppies." "Must Maintain Circulation Dr. Bjork- said that during a bloodless intracardiac operation it is necessary to maintain an ode-1 quate circulation of oxygenated blood through the brain. This is done with a perfusion apparatus capable of performing the work of both the heart and the lungs. Dr Bjork said that there was a considerable . fall in blood-sugar during the circulation of blood in the perfusion apparatus. Glucose solution was added by means of a drip feed. The sector concluded: "Animal experiments have proved that the perfusion apparatus ca:l perform the functions of heart and lungs for a sufficient time to permit bloodless intracardiac operations. "Dogs have shown no ill-effects after half an hour's perfusloa of • the brain." : ' . ' The'British medical Journal, "Th« Lancet," commented: "The aim of these experiments is to isolate the human heart from the. circulation while It Is opened- for operative procedures.. "This new work is a great step forward, but- it leaves us a long way from this goal." Canned Bananas MELBOURNE — (INS)—Canned bananas, processed in Queensland, are now being prepared for export. The industry is the first of its land in Australia." It is' expected to return more than $3,200.000 a year to grow- . ers. A year, before they were able to overcome discoloration, which has always prevented the successful processing of bananas. It is claimed •» that.the canned product will retain its condition for at least five years. a great bay Lincolnshire. between Norfolk and | It 'Was damaged by j ! Q) Q> fire in 1853' but many priceless tapestries and old- paintings still hang on its walls. Its owner, Bernard Le Strange, the Squire and hereditary N Lord High Admiral' of The Wash, Bays he' is obliged to sell the hall and gardens because of -heavy taxes but' will keep the rest of the estate. . The title "Admiral of The 'Wash" was conferred upon an ancestor of the 46-year-old owner by King John for protecting the shore against invasion. With the title went the right to everything washed ashore On a ten-mile stretch of coast. Le Strange has moved his family to a stone stableman's cottage on the estate. Knapp-Moriarch, ELECTRIC TOASTERS G> Q> Streamlined-toaster that jivei you ' in just a few minutes, golden, crisp toosrcd bread. 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A wooden shave bowl with'soap, • and Lavender After- Shave '.$<> KA Lotion. ^^«»V THREE PIECE SET BY WILLIAMS . . . Shave Cream in tube, o tin of Invisible Talcum and a generous sizo of 4-fc^)^ Aqua Vcfva ..., * • EVENING IN PARIS SET by Bourjois . . . beautifully designed box containing Eau do Cologne, Talcum and Perfume flccon, plus lipstick and $A f||| rn 11 n rt -*- • ^-^ ^^ \EOPLESi SERVICE / S STORES] INC Genuine Leather Mc.ny tyues of real leather used in the roaJciuK of these wnllets. Assorted styles and colors . . . lor men women. SIJ.50 Sfi.OO. to fi. 0 Westclox Pocket Ben Watches Plain Dial $2.95 EVERSHARP SCHICK INJECTOR RAZORS With Pack af 20 ' •SCHICK INJECTOR BLADES $1.25 YANKY CLOVER GIFT SET by Hudnut . .• . youthful fragrance in 4 ounces of Talcum and 4 ounces'of sparkling ' Toilet Water. Gift $1 5iO Boxed. JL»«»W LENTHERIC MENS OVERNIGHT KIT ... For o man always on the go. He'll appreciate these essentials of good.shaving. "Tanbark Cologne, Shove Srick and Shave $| VS* Lotion .... -••••«* THREE SILENT MESSENGERS by Lonthcric . , . Bouquet Trio • consisting of Confetti, Shanghai and Tweed each in a two ounce $*) '"k^fc sire ...... .'•'•*•'*' CRIP - -w v * , 74 Baltimore St. Cumberland, Md. C AND Y Borqains . ATTENTION" Cerulii Toli.'t Pr.>p»rntl. 1 n«, t.nsjriiRr. r.lllrnlds, ,-te., :md Jewelry subject vo :iOC« tax under JVdcril Imernal tterrnilf Act cffcctlvr April- 1, 13-14. Alarm Clocks retlllni: at nnl more tlmn S-'.WI »"il Watchw reUtilnc it nut ninrr than 5('3,«i suojct to J« if tax; all iithers la\cd 20';i. RONSOH Pocket LIGHTERS Great- outdoors, smart indoors!' For any cig- arertc, cigor or . pipe smoker. \ WOODRIDGE Assorted CHOCOLATES Here's the candy for your Christmas treat* 1 Each Mlccttd piece Is deyciousi Two layers arranged la three separate trays. Ught nnd dark chocolate.. - ' Cbriilmu BoxcA 13-Pound $"• CfcO 1-Sizfr .......,'i *^-^^^^^ Christmas Wrapped, Box of 25 CIGARS Robert- Burns Panatelai S3.10 Phillies Perfects : 32.25 Royalisf Regent s2 - 25 Sono Bouquet S2.2S •White Owl $2.25 HAIR DRYERS (Kwikway ELECTRIC) Dry your hair at home with professional efficiency. Heats up quickly ond dries the hair quickly to a soft lustre. So vcrsotilc, you can use it 1 for many drying chor«. / SANTA ON SKIS Or Plastic • CHRISTMAS BOOTS Twecty lollipops -in th» boot t t«n la tha S«ntii's Toy Bi«. 25 Each -/a Ridleys FILLED CANDY Attractive _ PIPE RACKS .. With llumiilur Holds 10 n n Pipes £.3 97 56.49 . Value TODAY THRU SATURDAY! Lfl i Assorted NOUGATS • And TOFFEE 2-Pound Jor. PURE GUM RUBBER CRIB SHEETS BOBS JUMBO PEPPERMINT STICKS Loss red »n< •white sticks 'ot crcojay Jmrd peppermint ctady. 251 •ach S9c Value 38" 27 by 36 inches Saves much laundcrinc. ' Buy scvcrnl us this savings. TODAY THRU SATURDAY ONLY! TREE LIGHT SETS •SM, I "syti* ^iSS?*^! or i il \*T?«*?'-?***fB~~T?- f A set of eight ' tree lights made . by General Electric. Will brighten up the tree for c joyous Christmas morning. iKAS-KEL Mechanical Jumpin' Jeeps Eccentric action Array Jeup Car •which humorously /timulaioo Army J«p r.ow in mo. Buns In every direction and tips on rear wheels. J Soft, Cuddle PINK HORSE Blllty-floH . pluj;h plnh lipr»': with blue mane nnd tall miidft 0' woolen ynrn. Rollir.B cyeu. too, - • S 1.49 Aut-omatic Type Click Pistols Realistically designed p i o t o J with loud click produced by pulling trii;ircr. Finished In bulted enaaiol.. Mechanical • * Speed Racers Il'« only about CW Inche.n Jons, but it 1-ea.lIy travelsl Sounds likes » rcul speed motor when running. 49' Mechanical, Gravel DUMP TRUCKS . Works ftutomnLlcnlly w h u n 'Wound ' Knnd operatdd Jevcr dumps oont^nw. 69^ G-MEN MACHINE GUNS DctlBllotl und puf.crilcd alter llaclillli: Oun :vi used by the Q-Mcn. Equipped with Jon If runnlnc cloclc-sprlnK mo'.or. Wlndlnu Hry ^ $ 2.39 £> ^ 4 1 N ATTRICTIVE DOLLS Vautliul army of doUs dressed in «hrcr crisp dre.t- ,10ji vHh matching bonnets. alJp, chfWd and f.pelc, And nibhcr pnntlcs. 52.98; 53.98 and $4.98 Play Stoves Cabinet raodol stove o! all metal. «!:h Diked vr h 1 te enamel finlih. OpcnlnB oven nnd b roller doorc. Com- plcvc with «'SI .98 fc Mechanical FLIPPO DOG He somersaults again ar.d aBoln. .-vl».-nyc land- mir upright. :Jotal. "*3T3 SLICED TURKEY With Mayonnaise and Lettuce on 1'oast with Cranberry Sauce 5O' At All PEOPLES Soda Fountainl .... Jewelite PRO-PHr- LAC-TIC CLUB STYLE BRUSK& COMB SETS VISION Double Dtck Playing CARDS Two dcckt, «och of different- color. Neatly boxod for giving. 79' Modglin Whisk Brooms Synth«ric Straw It's N«w! It'i Sensational! FIHELIHE BALL POINT PENS BefUIable penis ot Jamoua Plncllne quality. Make It "the" cllt this S 1.50 Refills $1.00 FOOTBALLS • Official Size • and Wcighf TON I HOME PERMANENT KITS With New Deluxe PLASTIC CURLERS REFILLS $1.00 Without Curlers •*- HI-SHEEN CREtM SHAMPOO Contains Lanolin 1 Lathers bountliiilly. rinses out completely. S 1.OO HOME REMEDIES COc Scrutan, 4-Ounces Oc Lapactie Pills, 100's <0o 70c Kruschcn Salt «'c '60c Alka Seltzer Tablets *9c Vicks Vapo-Rub, small ....' 33c 60c DeWitts Pills, «'s «c 40c ^'letch'cin Cistoria, 36c freeione for Corns 31« $1.00 Zonile Antiseptic "9c . SI.25 Absorbinc, Jr. STc Yajrers Liniment, 3-oz. 33c White Vaseline, 1-ounces 25c 75c Bayer Aspirin, 100's ., 59c Wn re^ervft the rlirht to limit quantities aoit 1-cfune to Kcll t« ' denier*.

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