Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on February 15, 1952 · Page 17
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 17

Cumberland, Maryland
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Friday, February 15, 1952
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Phone 4600 for a WANT AD Taker EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1952 SEVENTEEN Microbe Hunters Study 'Miracle^ Drug Effects PHILADELPHIA fINS)—Microbe hunters at the University of Pennsylvania's School of Medicine are working on "miracle" drugs in an effort to cut down on some of their reported harmful effects. The problem, it <.vas explained a certain disease, do not halt the growth of other harmful fungi, and may even increase it. Doctors have reported an increasing incidence of "side effects" .following use of some of the antibiotics, which have been used wide- Vhen the school received an $3.000 1 'V in combatting infectious ailments research grant recently. Is that au reomycln and other so-called antibiotic drugs arc thought to propagate dangerous fun&us infections | in patients under treatment for other diseases. The money will be used to in- _! since the first of them, penicillin, was discovered to be effective in curing diseases thought to be hope- It was explained that these effects have been mainly such inflammatory reactions as sore ton- Tonight ~ ON — Channel Cable 4 Radio Programs FEIDAY, FEBRUARY. 15. 1932 The programs lilted below ar» supplied by the local r»dlo swtloni. whlcb »re responsible lor their »ccui»cy. Thlj aj>»c« Ij provided without chargt by th» Times at a eervlo to listeners. TODAI 5:00 5:15 5:30 5:45 6:00 6:15 6:30 6:45 vestlgate charges that the antiWo- 8 ues ' itchin S and other disturb- tlcs. while killing the bacteria of! anccs ° f the tender mucous mem • — jbranes in the ncxse and mouth. I _ _ - University spokesmen said that ~" _~ - ...^-_ fungi infections, if they are well enough rooted, may invade the i lungs, bones, brain, or vital organs of the body, and are frequently fatal in their effects. Already, it was pointed out, the U. S. Pure Food and Drug Administration has ordered manufacturers of the miracle drugs to carry labels on some of their products warning that prolonged use may lead to fungus infection. But scientists at Pennsylvania say there is no concrete evidence so far that fungus infections result from use of antibotics. Their program, under the research grant, will include inoculating rats with the serums. A group of rodents will be infected with fungus growths, and part of that group will be given antibiotic treatment. Observations will then be made to discover which animals suffer the worst infections. 7:00 7:15 7:30 7:45 8:00 8:15 8:30 8:45 9:00 9:15 9:30 9:45 I The Big Story 's The top shows in tele- ~ ~ • vision are now available = to Cumberlanders thru ~ Cable TV. Phone 4908 = today for details re- : =, garding Cable TV in- £_ =:: stallation in your home. = H POTOMAC VALLEY '• = TELEVISION CO. ~ 100 S- Liberty St. Phone 4SI08 _~~~ Eat, drink and be merry—for tomorrow the price index may rise again. ® N t* Television Summary 3:00—Enzio Plnza Show—Dbo JIarna's Drama—cba Mystery Film—abc Twenty Questions—DuSIont 8:30—Wo the People—nbc Man Agralnst Crime—cb* Stu Erwln Film—abo Newspaper Drama—DuJtcmt 9:00— Big Story—nbo Playhouse of Stars—cbs BiR Hero Drama—abc Down You Go—DuMont 9:30—Henry Aldrlch—nbo Tales of Tomorrow—abo 10:00—Boxing Bouts—nbo Talented Parents—cbs Cavalcade of Stars—DuMont 10:30—Hollywood Film—cb» 10:00 10:15 10:30 10:45 11:00 11:15 11:30 11:45 12:00 WTBO liSO KG Backstage Wile (NBC) Stella Dallas (NBC I Young Witlder Brown Woman My House (NEC) Five O'clock Show News Wills Creek Hoedown Van Roby Sports News Dick Haymes Play Radio Richard Harkness (NBC) David Rose Show News OJ World (NBC) One Man's Pa'lly (NBC I Roy Rogers Show (NBC) Martin and Lewis (NBCi Mario Lanza Show Short Story (NBC) Night Beat (NBC) Robert Montgomery Pro and Con (NBC) News News ot World (NBC) King George Services News (NBC) WCUM 111)0 KC KM 103.3 MO St. Louis Matinee Brighter Day (CBS) Treasury Bandstand Artistry In Music Korn Kobbltrs Eddie Arnold Show News Sports Eoundup (CBS) Old Timers' Club You and The World Jack Smith ICES) U. S. Navy Band Ed. R. Murrow (CBS) Musicland U.S.A. (CBS) The Big Time (CBS) Paul Weston Show (CBS) Robert Q's Waxworks Capitol cloakroom (CBS) Tex Beneke Band News and Analysis (CBS) Johnny Long Band Weather; Sign OI! WOTK 1230 XC Valiant Lady (ABC) Thy Neighbor's Voice Mugsy's Movie Matinee Green Hornet (MBS) Space Cadet; 'News Local. National News Sports Roundup Dinner Date Big Jon and Sparky Fulton Lewis (MBS) I Love A Mystery (MBS) Lone Ranger (ABC) Richard 'Diamond (ABC) This Is Your P. B. I. Ozzle 4s Harriet (ABC) Mr. District Attorney Boxing Boutt News; Magazine Theatre Prank Edwards Moonlight Reveries Reveries; 1:00 Sign Off A.IW TOMORROW 6:00 6:15 6:30 6:45 7:00 7:15 7:30 7:45 8:00 8:15 8:30 8:45 9:00 9:15 9:30 9:45 10:00 10:15 10:30 10:45 11:00 11:15 11:30 11:45 Noon 12:15 12:30 12:45 1:00 1:15 1:30 1:45 2:00 2:15 2:30 2:45 3:00 3:15 3:30 3:45 News; Mai Jones Show World News (NBC) Mai Jones Show Hour o! St. Fr&ncla Songs of Our Times Ed McConnell (NBC) Archie Andrews (NBC) Mary Lee Taylor (NBC) My Secret Story (NBC) Hollywood Love story Barriault News (NBC) Public Affairs (NBC) O. S. Marine Band Farm-Home Hour (NBC) Coast Guard Cadets Coffee In Washington Muslcana (NBC) Downhomers (NBC) U. S. Army Band 6:29—Sign On Sundial World News (CBS) The Romney Hour News of America, (CBS) Morning Melodies Garden Gate (CBS) St. Louis Melodies Galen Drake (CBS) Recreation Club of Air Let's Pretend (CBS) Give and Take (CBS) Theatre ot Today (CBS) Stars Over Hollywood Grand Central station City Hospital (CBS) News, Melody Ballroom Sign on News Jical Koundup; News AM with JM Martin Agronslcy (ABC) AM With JM No School Today Space Patrol ABC Georgia Crackers; News Guest Star ' News Detail Man on Farm (MBS) jlmmortal Performance Eddy Fisher Show Modern Concert Hall Metropolitan Opera Short Story On NBC Tonight (By The Associated Press) Radio tonight: NBC—S Roy Rogers; 8:30 Martin and Lewis; 9 Mario Lanza: 9:30 Short Story; 10 Night Beat; 10:45 Pro and Con, CBS — 8 Musicland USA; 8:30 Georgie Price: 9 Paul Weston Music; S:30 Waxworks; 10:05 Capitol Cloakroom; 10:30 Dance Tunes. ABC—8 Dick Powell; 8:30 This is FBI; 9 Ozzie and Harriet; 9:30 District Attorney. MBS — 8 Adventures of Maisie; 8:30 Oracle Fields; 9:05 Magazine Theater; 9:30 Armed Forces Review. Television: NBC —8 Ezio PJnza; 8:30 We the People; 9 Big Story; 9 Henry Aldrich CBS—8 Mama; 8:30 Man Against Crime; 9 Playhouse of Stars: 10 Live Like a Millionaire; 10:30 Opening Night Film. . . ABC—7:30 Art Llnkletter; 8 Mystery Film; 8:30 Stu Erwin Film; 9:30 Tales of Tomorrow. . . . Dumont—8 Twenty Questions; 8:30 Not for Publication; 9 Down You Go; 10 Jackie Gleason. Honest Woman Returns Vendor's Lost Money Bag HIGHLAND. Wash.—f/n-H Diogenes is looking for an honest woman, let him cast his lamp on Mrs. P. O. Perkins. She was walking In front of theater when she saw a fairly well- upholstered money bag. She openec it. It had $69.55 in currency and change. She called police. A vending machine company operator later claimed It and said the contents were intact, right down to ttie last cent. VIC FLINT By Michael O'Malley I AM, OODLV ENOUSH WORTHWORE, OWNER OF WOIJ£E! WHO ARE VDU? W&LL fAViP TMAT AND VOU BETTER PUT THAT PEASHOOTER COWS) BEFORE ^3'AEBOC'Y 6ET5' HURTl I CALLED THE POLICE, T &OOO, ALICE! . TWEY'LL BE HEREj NCAV ALL WE KAVE TO DO ALLEY OOP By V. T. Hamlin NOW THAT I'M IN TH' ROLE OF CAPN JOHN SMITH,HUNTING FOOD FOR JAMESTOWN. I MUST ACT WITH DIGNITY AS BEFTTS A MILITARY AMBASSADOR' .^. km ONLY THING THATGET6 ME 15 THIS Lf L OL' STICKER! I'D FEEL A LOT BETTER IFF'N I WA5 TOTIN 1 MY AX.' ADMIT IT'S A PRETTY> EFFICIENT WEAPON-) GOE5 WHERE I PUT IT, TOO/ HAH.' NOW IF THAT BUSH ? , A HAD BEEN AN 4 /^B. \ INDIAN- * ~? ^sf * ^-CK-^^" ' J H KA »—->. ^- T «. t». » «. r*0*. ^ CAPTAIN EASY By Leslie Turner I WOULPM'T BE GEUAAPY AT VOU FOR GETTING U& ARRESTED, EASY! rrs«i«£ OF SWEET, EVEM BEIMG IM TME 5AV>E JAIL WITH jAUET, WHEN YOU GET ANOTHEE .BRAIM&TOKM AMP WAWT TO \COH5'ULT AMY COP. LET MB IOUT FIR5T...OE I MIGHT AS ! 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