The Sandusky Register from Sandusky, Ohio on December 14, 1955 · Page 12
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December 14, 1955

The Sandusky Register from Sandusky, Ohio · Page 12

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It BEGtSTEW-STAR-MflWS FOR FOOD SAYS ATOM SCIENTIST By EDWIN DIAMOND INS Science Writer CLEVELAND - An a t o m i r scientist lias offered tiiis novel suggestion for meeting the world's power and food needs: Use nuclear energy as soon as possible on a large-scale and save til* fossil fuels -coal, oil and gas- to malte synthetic products, including food. He reasons the world has an ample supply of nuclear fuels for its power needs but is finciinf! it increasingly difficult to provide hai- nnctd diets for the "cxplodinfe' world population." Dr. Clarence E. Larson, former director of the Oak Ridge National Laboratory, a key Atomic Energy Commission installation in Tennessee, and now vice-president in charge of research. National Carbon Company, made his suggestion at the Nuclear Engineering and Science Congress now being held in Cleveland. Dr. Larson said the "day of synthetic food is mucli nearer than we ordinarily assume" and added: "Even today, at least two synthetic amino acids, lysine and me­ thionine, are being manufactured and sold as supplements to convert loM '-grade protein food, wliich i.s deficient in these amino acids, into balanced food for animal feeding.; "There Is no good reason why: this cannot be extended to solve; the problem of a balanced human! dial, alnce It ia difficult to see how uranium or thorium could be used a* food, plastics or chemicals. I nm aara that future generations wtwld appreciate our switching to •ueiear energy as soon as possible. Dr. Larson expressed optimism M the possibility of taming the thermonuclear reaction of the so- caUed hydrogen t >omb and using it for peaceful purposes. He said real- iMtioB of this would "provide us with aa energy reserves so large as to be essentially unlimited," Ifi^lf^oTS^L', I'Happy'Makes l!|No Mail_Deliv_.ry CTIICAr.O, Dec. 14 HNS) ' 'I'tio Hrosler lee Cre;ini Co. of CliicnRO is srekiiiR special vi'V-. mission today from the liojnd of; Health to park a pnnrli in il.s iiv cream conc^ for Christmas. The firm wants \0 use lirpiors •p a special hatch pC ice cream Kcnliickv Back Into Old Kentucky Home On Christmas Eve i VVA.SHINOTON, Dec, 14 (TNSl i - I'ostma.«ter General Arthur ISnmmerfield called on Ameri- 'cans today not to attempt mailing Christmas cards or parcels are Fi ?.\.\KFOrrr, KV ., Oec, 14 _ _ ,, I.NSi llappy" days returned to for Christmas evo delivery. AcnlVicky when Albert B. Happy Said Snmmerfield: "There iiileiuied for holiday gifts t« deal-, chjuullci- once again took over as .some who retain the mistak-• governor. .en idea that a gift or card arriv- Ilc was inaugurated Tuesday'ing on Christmas eve has a spe- ,nt Frankfort following one of tlic l)i,!,'i,'cst parades in the Kentucky stale capital's history. The p.irado route extended more than a mile and a half and was lined by more than 90,000 clicciina Kcntiickians who boom- j c(l Chandler for president in I Ch.indlcr. mentioned as a pos- sililc Democratic choice for the prc.idcnlial or vice-presidential' f-OLUMRU.S. Dee. 14 rUP) — :nonuu ,-,iion, said he had "no im- '^hp ricpartment of highway safe- mcdiaic aspirations for national; |>' ^f.-^^ '"^^^ ^^'^^ ''^^^ 7'-''' f ., ,, i traffic victims reported to dale ' , ( ,u 'during the three-week Safe-Driv- the fourth man in the, p^^^. ^^^^^ ^^^^^ accidents. Health Official Says Fluoridation Safe, Effective NEW YORK. Dec. 14 <1NS)— New York state's health commissioner said this week that a 10- year study of children of two cities has pro\1ded "irrefutable evidence" that fluoridation of drinking water is safe and effective. Commissioner Herman E. Hilleboe said the .study showed that! the children of Newburgh, after 10 years of drinking fluoridated, water, have 5 pei-cent less tooth| decay than the children of Kingston where the water is not fluori-i dated. I The report to a meeting of the: New York Institute of Clinical, Oral Pathology was the final j analysis of the ela.ssic Newburgh-j Kingston experiment vhich was designed to give scientific answers on Water fluoridation. First fnternational Po.stal Con urcs.;; was held in Bern, Swit/.er-! land. In Ifl74, with representatives of the United .States, Egypt, and 20 T'",uropean countries attending. DIVORCE StfT PENDING HOLLYWOOD, Dee. 14 (INS) -Walda Winchcll Von Dehn, 21, daughter of columnist Walter Winchcll. ha.s won .S400 monthly temporary alimony pending trial of her contested dfvore# suit against wealthy hofelman Hyatt R. Von Dehn. 41. WANT ADS BRING RESULTS Tainted Turkey Brings Action DAYTON. Dec. 14 crp)— The Dayton eity health department today ordered a Darke-eo poultry farm to show cause why 1.000 diseased turkeys should not he destroyed. The turkeys, ral.'^cd Ijy thi^ Glen Karn Poultry Co.. Ilnihm.s- burg. arc now in scaled storage here. Dr. W. H. Rorchcrs. city vet- eial significance. The thought behind the gift or card, not the time of arrival, Is the important consideration." Safe Driving Day State Death Toll Hits 112 Fatalities SEARS POEBUCKANDCO ^JUST ARRIVED! In Time For Christmas You Don't Need Cash for Christmas Gifts . , . UM Sean Eaiy Ic I.s sl.'itc's liisior.N- to serve twice as fiovcrnor, having occupied the; cxc(iili\c mansion fiom 1P35 to! erinanan for meat and poullry, ,,,,,,,^ ^..^^ ^ Kentucky' inspection, said tiic action was taken after an insr)cction by the state agriculture (l(>parlmcnt. The di.<;easod birds were turned up by Ray K. Davis, supervisor of the general foofi inspection section, state agriculture dcparl- ment. Laboratory testes weie conducted on giblets taken from the birds and it was foniui they were diseased. A reimrt iccdnimcnd- iiiK eondeiiination \,a.s ior\\ariicd here from Columbus. senator anrl the former baseball I conunissioner. Lincoln's t)irthday, a legal holi- 'ay in many states, was first formally observed in Washington in umC). Ohio and the nation observed j .Safe-Driving Day Dec, 2. when 1 the state ranked .second in the! nation in highway deaths. But the 21-day check total was less th, 1 last .vear's 120. The department, however, said it feared a final tabulation will -how Ohio exceeded its \9M S-D Day dheck total. The final tabulation was expected Friday. Farm Bureau News FOR RENT Fhotofraphie Eqaipment ••m and ISmm Silent Projeeton SiW ud Movie Cameras Flash Eqnipment, Exposure Meters, Rentals Can Be Applied To Purchase. ; DtviiOPfO CRMERBS GROFORD JUNIORS Members of Groford Junior Farm Bureau Council will have a Christmas dinner on Dec. 28 at the Parkertown Restaurant, starting at 6:30 p. m. A gift exchange is to be held alter tlic meal. j New council officers arc: Phi]-| lip Gastier, president; Glenn Sargeant, vice-president; Mrs. Glenn Sargeant, secretary-treasurer and M a X Haughav\out. discussion leader. They are to take office a! the next regular meeting, whicli is to start at 8;30 p. m.^on .fan. 25 in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Allen Tommas, North Monroe- viile. Reports on resolutions presented at the recent state Farm Bureau Federation convention will be a feature of the .lantiary council meeting. A meeting of the Erie-co planning committee will start at 8 p. m. this Thursday in the Perkins school. California ranks first in national orests, with more than 2.=i,000.000 icres. Idaho, Alaska. Montana, and Oregon, follow in that order. M AIR STEP'S MAGIC lOlE ... on oiry Mihioii lh «4 piltewi the pump a. . glove-soft inside And out The elasticized faille collar hugs your foot snugly, gives gently as you walk. A tribute to fine pump making—this is the ultimate in superb fit and cushioned comfort. In Bliick, Suiiic iM- lil.u k t aif C4[ fF% AAAA 10 li WidtlK", I V. JF OPE\ FRIDAY ^ S.'\Tn{l )AV TILL (t V. W. 171 E. Market St. Lnjii\ (.'(/li \ I'll \V\ U f nl' a r.,1 \v rJoiA;...foronfLj ?50 can o^wQ. the pre.c\oui^ gift of MEARIMG / the tiny, full powered,^ ' top-quality 4-TRANSISTOR 50-X HEARING AID t^i'VMS^ t-w^ . , . this Christmas you can give a friend or loved one a ready-to-cnjoy, easy-to-wear 2^nith Hearing Aid for oniy $50. Here's a precision-built Zenith of thrilling fidelity and realism . . . powered by no less tlian 4 wonder tran .si8tor8 for even finer performance . . . operating for only about 10^ a week on a single tiny battery. What more thoughtful, practical gift for someone who needs Ijetter hearing, but has hesitated taking this simple^ yet important step! -••S:^ Special Chr/sfmas Triaf Offer Buy a 50-X (or any of Zenith's complete line of highest- quality hearing aids) for a gift before Christmas—-whenever it's most convenient. The recipient will enjoy a full 10-day trial period beginning on Christmas Day ... he must be completely satisfied or your money will be refunded promptly under our 10-Day Money-Back Guarantee! fiy makers of famovt ZwHh TV and kadio* DIAMOND SPECIALIST ROBERTS JEWELERS Graduate Gemologist 124 E. Market St. THE BEST for the besf in cooking For a hffi *m»e of beftec cooicinq . . , io« life*ir»>« beawiy, e ^Kiency and •conomy . . . iivsist on Reve** Ware, ttie ORIGINAL coppe*- cidd sUinleM iteel titeniiU. Clowmf copper (o» qsici, e»en itedtinj . . . gaming stainieit s4e «l fof easily- cleaned beauty. 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