The Bakersfield Californian from Bakersfield, California on December 10, 1946 · Page 9
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^7"-'^^i^^P^^^ r ^^7-^^*~*T 5 3K}!^^^J'^ -;v~- Works ing From Mexico , • SAN DIEGO, Dec. 10. '(#)—The "in- epectoscope," an. X-ray I and flouro- Ecopic arrangement, i s doing more than its share in curbing smuggling at'the international-=border~uear San .Ysidro, 16 miles south of here. The machine,- which detects the presence of contrabrand goods on persons crossing the'line by looking right through^ their clothes, "was invented during the'war by Henry SI- cular, San Francisco ^scientist. - ShowsVprofit Robert E. Noonan, United States collector of-customs .here, "saws the "inspec'toscope," in operation since Jufy, 1946,'has more than paid for Itself in"tollecting .lines 'on objects which otherwise -would, not have been, "declared" to customs inspectors for duty payment. ' Located just outside the customs house at San Ysidro, the outfit looks like a couple of. telephone booths set about four feet apart. The "inspectoseope"v8creen, in one booth, is operated "by a foot pedal, which, when pressed, shows first a head arid shoulders view, then a -midsection picture und finally a view of the lower, extremities. As the pedal, is pressed, each view lasts only six seconds, to avoid-in jury from the rays, Noonan says. If the tourist has a bottle or Jewelry or narcotics on his body it can be seen on the screen and identified as such. In a'reqent examina- ADVERT1SEMENT MANY NEVER SUSPECT. CAUSE OF BACKACHES . This Old Treatment Often Bring* Happy Relief - Many sufferers relieve nagging backache <rm'cUy,oncc they discover that the real cause of their troutle may fce tired kidneys. The kidneys are Nature's chief way of tak- laEtheezcessacidaandwasteoutoftheblood. IheyhelpmostpeoplepasssboutSpintsadar, When disorder of kidney function permits SJolsonons matter to remain in your blood, it may cause nagging backache, rheumatic pains, leg pains, loss of pep and energy, setting up nights, evelling, jraffiness under the eyes, headaches and dizziness, frequent or w;anty passages with smartine and burning sometimes shows there Is something wrong •with your kidneys or bladder. Don't ^aitt Ask your druesrht for Doan'a Fills, & stimulant diuretic, used successful!? by millions for over 40 years. Doan's eive happy relief and trill help the IS miles or kidney tubes flush out poisonous waste from Tour blood. Get Doan's Fills. tion, a main was found to be carrying a bottle of liqour'up.his sleeve, and, a • woman was concealing six cans of opium in her girdle. Keys "iii a man's' poskets may be seen so clearly that they may be counted, and the same with cigarettes in a package, -according to Noonan. Pens, pencils and wallets are earily identifiable. 2000 Seizures . Nearly 30,000 persons.have passed this magic .eye since its installation, and some 2000 seizures have been made, Noonan - said. About' 300 -an hour can be run through the "inspectoscope," as against 4 per hour -by the old method of having a'suspect undress, submit to search and don clothing again. The machine is not run at any sfft period of the day. At any -moment the inspectors may order all persons crossing the border on foot or in autos, to go through the machine. Noonan says the greatest good comes from the machine's de.terrent powers. Knowledge that the machine is there has stopped many a would- be smuggler and the number of declarations has risen "considerably." Boosted for Stalin's Job MOSCOW, Dec. 10. (#)—GeorgH Maxlmillianovich Malenkov, who .was recently" appointed to the "important council of ministers^ has been spoken, of in British quarters as a-possibte successor to Prime Minister, Josenti Stalin himself. - " ' • " ^ l . Though now only 45 years old, Malenkov fought through the Russian revolution as a volunteer and joined the Communist party in.1921, thereafter climbing rapidly to jpoliti- cal power. His new job puts him to the top executive body of U. S.^S. R. Before being relieved of his duties jn the Presidium of' the Supreme Soviet' to become a vice-chairman of the ministerial council, he had been one of the secretaries of the central committee of the Communist party, a member of the organizational bureau of the party and a member'of the Politburo. ' ... When Germany attacked the'So^ viet Union in 1941, he became, a member of the state committee for defense. His work in increasing the production of planes won him the Order of Lenin and later the award of Hero of Socialist labor. s o servcemen ROBERT L. WILSON, 1729 Oregon street, is now a second lieutenant, having successfully completed the intensive training course at the STThird Army School for officer candidates in Seckenheim, near Heidelberg, Germany, Lieutenant Wilson was a .member of tie first class of one hundred enlisted men and warrant officers specially selected from the European-Mediterranean theater and this school was considered so important that General Joseph T. McNarney, theater commander, himself presented the commission.. Lieutenant Wilson's wife and son are going to Germany-after the sou has reached the age of six months. The lieutenant has never seen his new son, Robert, Jr. PRIVATE FIRST CLASS Donald Gagnon of Kernville. of the United States Marine Corps, is now stationed in Guam, serving as an M. P. . PRIVATE FIRST CLASS Willard Malone of Kernville, of the United States Marine Corps, is in Newfoundland, with the Atlantic Fleet Amphibious forces. HAROLD D. BALDWIN, husband of Mrs. Helene Fisher Baldwin of Kernville and son of Kr. and Mrs. Clark Williams of Rosedale, was honorably discharged from the army with the rating of technician fourth grade at Camp Beale, November 14; He entered the service April 2, 1945, and was sent overseas "J,n March, 1946, 'serving as. ordnance" inspector for eight months in Seoul, Korea. Baldwin has been awarded the Asiatic-Pacific, Korean Occupation, and American Defense-Ribbons and the Good Conduct, Victory and Expert Rifleman Medals. With his wife and baby son, he is temporarily residing In Kernville with Mrs. "Baldwin's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Fisher. PRIVATE FIRST CLASS Fred-' erlck F. Stuck, son of Mrs. Pearl J. Stuck of Oildale,,,'has arrived at Furstenfeldbruck, Germany, and will soon be assigned to permanent duties with the occupational air force. Before entering the service in July' 1945; Private Stuck attended Bakersfield High School and was employed; T>y the Meeks Shoe Repair Company. : *2.98» These and many more style-hits in plastic calf, plastic patent, plastic alligator, also in fine all-woo! broadcloth or "felt. EXQUISITELY SHEER full-fashioned SILK HOSE Speedihg £cifs Turn The development and use of a vertical wing ..that is- attached to the side of a test car to allow the vehicle to make turns "at 90-miles an hour- without creating, the abnormal wear on, tires -caused by centrifugal pull was 'announced - by United States Rubber Company en-, gineerjs testing cars at the Rosamond dry lake in eastern Kern county, ' . • The wing is so mounted that it deflects air, thereby .creating a horizontal jforce to off-set the centrifugal force which builds up to 300, pounds in circular driving at necessary high speeds, and keeps the car In perfect balance as,in normal straight-away driving. • Development of the wing will now allow • engineers to test tire wear more precisely,'a step that will lead j to- better Jires., . "WING AIDS BALANCE—Winged -car sweeps into tura In 500-mile tire test at Rosamond dry-lake in eastern Kern county. The wing was devised -by United States Rubber Company engineers to keep test cars balanced while turning at high speeds. ^ jSaittflgelfa CaUfornian Tuesday, December 10, 1946 Q Old Erie & Kalamazoo Whistles Round Bend Only on Dividend AX>RIAX, Mich, Dec. 10. UB—The I Erie & Kalamazoo, railroad hasn't tooted a whistle nor hauled a passenger for" almost 100 years, but stockholders recently received 5 their usual 6 per cent dividend on SSOO.OOO worth of stock. The Erie and Kalamazoo, originally horse-drawn, was the first railroad west of Schenectady, N. Y. Built in 1SS5, it connected Port Lawrence, now Toledo, Ohio, with Adrain, Mich. It hauled many a pioneer who came up the Great Lakes. Prom Adrian the traveler reverted to covered T\agon or horseback. After several years the railroad was converted to steam and wak leased in perpetuity, in 1S4!> to the Michigan Southern Railroad Company which was later absorbed by the;Lake Shore & Michigan Southern and in turn taken over by the New York Central. Most of the Erie & Kalamnzoo's old right of way was abandoned years ago but a section of about 30 miles between Toledo", Ohio, and Palmyra, Mich., still is in use. • The New York Central still pays Erio & Kalamazoo stockholders the lease money for their nonexistent railroad, amounting to about $18,000 a :year. George H. Crane of Pontiac, Mich., is. president of the trainless railroad. Douglas Crane of Detroit, is vice- president. *2.98 1431 Nineteenth Street Today jui'd Every Day e.Ctit Flowers « Pottfed Plants « Re ! a. Berry .Si^ub.s.,. Shrubs; }"\ Snapdragons,' "TCarnatiohs.'',. ' -' Many Others.,.)-.^ "'-, .' - . - ALL KINDS ^VEGETABLE * PIONE3ER NURSERY *715-L Street : Phone 24M8 ' OPEN SUNDAY Leica 'Kew German 'made LEICA'-cam-l eras are again being.made avail- f able, to 'critical users whV.de-, mand-the best in photographic: egulpment These . incorporate- the latest-improvements.arid reflect tHe high .skill;-of 'Ernest Leitai Gjn.bJ3. ";.Wetelar, -~Ger- : many. For the preterit we "offer the JIIC LEICA with, Sunimitar; 50 mm, f :2 coated lens-^'Also-be-' ing imported is the same camera- with f:3.5 Ehnar~fcoated ..lensj Drop in and we will Be happy te' discuss, delivery with you^fe .} Towne Photo Supply 1609 Nineteenth Street . BAKERSEIELB ^&. •"" • , • " ~- 'Formerty- Edwards Camera Exchange tj&^W'ff^mfm (Above) THREE-DIAMOND engagement ring in smart 14K yellow SO OK-00 #&£' <g^ ****&& c» ..„ ** •J& •&* S3& Vfli «»•* •£>•• *£• oV 01 -$? 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