Dial PA-2-4600 for n WANT AD Taker EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, JID.i THURSDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1955 ELEVEN WEATHER BUREAU FORECAST—Rainfall tonight is expected to be limited to the area from northern Wisconsin and the Lake Superior reg- . ion westward' into North Dakota, It will be cooler in New England, the middle Missouri Valley and the central Rockies, and warmer in much o[ the southeast. Other regions will have fair weather. (AP Phofofai)^ Test Reveals Cambridge Children Benefitted From Fluorides . BALTIMORE Wl - The ,• Slate, Ifcallh Department reported today youngsters, at Cambridge, . Md..' liavo a big advantage because natural fluorides in the water supply; The conclusion was based on the results or a special survey at Cambridge and Salisbury. Cambridge children, oh the average, show about 70. per. cent less dental decay. Dentists at Cambridge and Salis bury have been working with til Health. Department for almost tw years on the survey, with the U. S Public Health Service lending guiding hand. The dentists looked carefully a the teeth of all school children to 15 years old, checking partic ularly \on youngsters who wen born and have lived all their lives in the two communities. The Cambridge water supply ha a natural fluoride content of abou one part per million. Salisbury ha virtually no fluoride in its water- no more than one tentii of one par per million; In some! sections of Dorchesto County, the fluoride runs, even nigher. Dentists have reported i sometimes produces a slight yet lowish mottling on teeth, but cav ities are rare. The Cambridge children exam iried in the study showed an aver age of less.than two decayed perm anent teeth/ The white children examined in Salisbury showed an average o nearly six, and the Negroes near ly four. Dr. Richard C. Leonard, chfe of the Health Department's divi sion of dental health, gave thest conclusions from the study: "The Cambridge children arc benefiting from drinking fluori nated water. "[also feel this study shows the useful benefits of fluoride wa icr and. those, communities ' In fact which the water docs not contain states enough natural fluoride should give populati of serious, consideration to adding lie Cambridge carefully controlled amounts of this ha' cttcmical to their water. 'More than '2,000 communities in made the United States now are adding benefits fluorides to their water, "Maryland can "be proud of the years the in that this state leads all other in the percentage of. .ion using water from public' supplied • to which' ive • been added to reduce decay of leeth. "Because the decay preventing from fluoride result only from its consistent use during when the teeth arc being are of pn formed, it was necessary' to In- its elude In the study of both cities an investigation of the length fluorides time those examined had resided the areas. "The' addition of fluoride to a water supply will not result in 'over-night' reduction of tooth do- the cay. Actually, eight or ten years scopd required before maximum benefits may bo anticipated. ••;'-. •„ 'The low cost' of fluorldat.it a'"< . 'ojccts mokes this.public hea'lih measure one that every community is justified In inaugurating." . The Ucd Sea derives its name; from masses of reddish micro-. ic sea life which grows in its waters. ' Alsatia Club Plans Parade In Hagerstowii October 29 HAGERSTOWN - Over «,«0 in casli prizes are being offered in the various divisions of the 31sl annual Alsalia Mummers parade on October 29. The prizes are being offered in five divisions — mummers' organized bodies, bands, drum corps and float divisions. General parade chairman Raymond Dinterman said the prizes are broken into further subdivisions. Five prizes totaling $!27 will be offered in the children and adults section of the mummers, division; 580 in the comic division. In the music division, two prizes ^totaling $90 will be offered elementary schools: three prizes totaling $300 for junior high schools: $400 : for senior high schools: $000 for| senior bands: four prizes totaling 5450 in Hie junior drum corps: four prizes totaling $C40 in the senior drum corps; four prizes totaling; $700 will be offered for elaborate, floats; three prizes in the junior organizations division of floats totaling $180; six prizes totaling $525 will be offered elementary, junior and senior high schools in special dress; organizations in special dress will be offered three prizes totaling $300: other organizations will be offered $.225 in prizes. The judging of all bands and; musical organizations will be handled by a team of All-American professional judges. Harold Porter! is chairman of the committee that will judge other entries. THE GIRLS WILL THINK YOU PAID S15 FOR YOUR SHOES Only YOU and KAY'S will Peaceful Boundary The international boundary be-; twecn the. 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