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Cumberland Times News (Newspaper) - November 30, 2007, Cumberland, Maryland 2a Friday november 30,2007 i Cumberland times news Page two graveyard shift to be listed As a probable cause of cancer Maria Cheng a Medica. Writer London a like us rays and diesel exhaust fumes working the graveyard shift will soon be listed As a a prob Abler cause of cancer. It is a surprising step validating a concept once considered Wacky. And it is based on research that finds higher rates of breast and prostate cancer among women and men whose work Day starts after dark. Next month the International Agency for research on cancer the cancer of the world health organization vill add overnight shift work As a probable Carcinogen. The higher cancer rates done to prove working overnight can cause cancer. There May be other factors common among graveyard shift workers that raise their risk for cancer. However scientists suspect that overnight work is dangerous because it disrupts the circadian rhythm the body a biological clock. The hormone melatonin which can suppress tumor development is normally produced . Worker shifts about 3.2 million people worked overnight shifts in 2004. Blacks worked More irregular shifts than any other race. . Worker shifts. May 2004 4.7% 3.2% evening ni9ht 2pm a 9prn Midnight my 8 a in 84.6% daytime 6 a in 6 pm percentage of race working shifts other than daytime Black hispanic asian hmm White Phi workers Over the age of 16, not All provided data on shift usually worked includes irregular shifts source Bureau of labor and statistics a at night. If the graveyard shift theory eventually proves Correct millions of people worldwide could be affected. Experts estimate that nearly 20 percent of the working population in developed countries work night shifts. 4 local physician s office dedicated to ongoing amp continuing care of patients with hormone disorders primarily diabetes is seeking a caring dedicated courteous pleasant and work Hardy receptionist for an immediate position . 9am-7pm. . 9am-4pm. Please drop off a Brief letter describing How your qualities could be of Benefit to our patients with salary requirements amp history to our office at 220 Baltimore ave., Cumberland my marked a confidential attn Paul Stern. Candidates will be contacted by phone for an interview at the office. A / h. P. Peirce w. I p. A. Endocrinology 220 Baltimore Avenue Timberland Maryland 21502 phone 501-724-4050, fax 301-724-40% Ftp Teeth g i Mill he r Quot w done to leave Money on the table each year people Loose Money by not utilizing their dental insurance for their dental needs. Unfortunately by waiting problems grow but insurance assistance does not. Most dental plans assist in paying for treatment up to a Calendar year maximum. Once reached the patient is responsible for the remainder. If you have not seen your dentist this year Call and schedule an appointment immediately and get the assistance you be earned. B Romaine 151 Bishop Murphy or. Frostburg my i dental health Center 301-689-6780 turn off route 36 Between rite Aid amp Al Gar flu Cess walk All Mohawk carpet Mohawk laminate we will not be undersold him a mum 1 inc. Lavale Plaza beside Joann fabric 800-356-6748 teacher convicted of insulting islam in naming of Teddy Bear Alfred de Montesquieu associated press writer Khartoum Sudan a a sudanese court convicted a British teacher thursday of insulting islam for letting her students name a Teddy Bear Muhammad and sentenced her to 15 Days in prison avoiding a heavier punishment of 40 lashes. The teacher wept in court insisting she never meant to offend. The sentence and Quick seven hour trial were aimed at swiftly resolving the Case which had put Sudan s government in an embarrassing position a facing the anger of Britain on one Side and potential trouble from powerful islamic hard liners on the other. The defense said the Case was sparked by a school Secretary with a grudge. But it escalated As Muslim clerics British woman spared penalty of 40 lashes sought to drum up Public outrage against what it called a Western plot to insult islam a Prophet Muhammad and demanding teacher Gillian Gibbons be punished. Officials were trying to tamp Down Public anger in the face of hard line Calls for protests after Muslim prayers Friday. The government which has often touted its islamic credentials encouraged past protests Over cartoons seen As insulting the Prophet published in european papers. But its moves now suggested it feared the Case could Hurt its reputation in the West. Gibbons a was in tears when she testified in court associated press a sudanese Man reads newspapers at a Street Vendor s Comer outside Khartoum court Sudan thursday where Gillian Gibbons was tried. Thursday a member of her defense team Abdel Khaliq Abdallah told the associated press. A she said that she never wanted to insult islam a by allowing the children to name the stuffed toy Muhammad a common name among Muslim men the lawyer said speaking outside the courtroom. Media were barred from the chamber. Gibbons 54, was found guilty of a insulting the Faith of muslims and sentenced to 15 Days in jail followed by deportation said Ali Mohammed Ajab a human rights lawyer on the defense team. The charge is a lesser offence in the article of the criminal code under which she was tried which includes several possible charges. A in Brief Musharraf promises to lift emergency soon Islamabad Pakistan apr per Vez Musharraf newly sworn in As a civilian president and minus his trademark general a uniform promised thursday to lift the state of emergency by dec. 16 and restore pakistanis Constitution ahead of parliamentary elections. If he keeps his word Musharraf will have addressed key demands of opposition parties As Well As the United states an important supporter increasingly worried that pakistani political turmoil could weaken the governments resolve to confront islamic militants. Musharraf urged opposition parties to participate in the election and help strengthen democracy returning to his usually forceful Persona after blinking Back tears wednesday when he resigned As commander of pakistanis military and ended a 46-year army career. British student slain in italian City Perugia Italy apr f or Many College students a year abroad is an experience of a lifetime a an Opportunity to learn a new language and live in a new culture. But its often just As much about partying in a place where alcohol and drugs Are readily available. Now the murder of a 21-year-old briton studying in this picturesque italian City is throwing a Light on the wild life of College kids abroad. Meredith Kercher was sexually assaulted and stabbed to death nov. I in the apartment she shared with her american Roommate Amanda Marie Knox who is in custody along with two other people in connection with the death. Explosion injures 7 at Georgia metals Plant Manchester a. Apr an explosion rocked a metals Plant in West Georgia Early thursday injuring seven people authorities and witnesses said. The explosion happened shortly before 9 . At a amps metals in Manchester about 60 Miles South of Atlanta. About 20 workers were inside Manchester fire chief Greg Lehtimaki said. The injured men were All Plant employees Lehtimaki said. Athletes reminded of their vulnerability Paul Newberry Ai National writer Fred Taylor has a permit to carry a concealed gun. His House is equipped with a High tech Security system cameras included. Still he wonders if All that a enough to keep him Safe. After fellow Nix Star scan Taylor was gunned Down in his own Home dead at the age of 24, Fred Taylor is considering a More primitive form of Protection. A a in a soon to get one of the big canine Security dogs a said the Jacksonville jaguars running Back who Isnit related to Sean Taylor. A a done to get caught in my Yard. The dogs going to bite you a til the death right on that jugular if fied Taylor sounds a bit jumpy somewhat paranoid even a Little desperate. Well he is. He a not alone. Athletes feel As though they re under attack their luxurious worlds invaded by thugs and hustlers and criminals who want to take them Down a or take what they be worked so hard to earn through their skills on the courts and playing Fields. A a we re definitely targets now a said Quentin Richardson of the new York kicks who still mourns the brother killed during a robbery two years ago. A they assume that we carry around Large sums of Money and jewelry and things like that and right now it seems like they re thinking we re easy Quot he was at his House you know you can t live in a Box. Here he was at his Home and it s 2 o clock in the morning or whatever it was. He was t out in a club. He was t out doing something. He was at London Fletcher linebacker Washington redskins Quot it s Tough. Everybody knows who you Are. You Don t even have to be a flashy Guy. Somebody s going to find out who you Keith Bulluck linebacker Tennessee titans Date Book Alicia keys at the top of Japan s music charts sings in Tokyo a today is the 334th Day of 2007. There Are 31 Days left in the year. On this Date. In 1803 Spain completed the process of ceding Louisiana to France which had sold it to the United states. In 1835 Samuel Langhorne Clemens better known As Mark Twain was born in Florida to. In 1900 writer Oscar Wilde died in Paris at age 46. In 1962, u Thant of Burma who had been acting Secretary general of the United nations following the death of Dag Hammarskjold the year before was elected to a four year term. In 1966, the former British Colony of Barbados became Independent. In 1981 the United states and the soviet Union opened negotiations in Geneva aimed at reducing nuclear weapons in Europe. In 1987 author James Baldwin died in Saint Paul de Vence France at age 63. Today a birthdays actor Efrem Zimbalist or. Is 90. Actor Robert Guillaume is 80. To personality and producer Dick Clark is 78. Radio talk show Host g. Gordon Liddy is 77. Movie director Ridley Scott is 70. Playwright David Mamet is 60. Singer Billy idol is 52. Education Secretary Margaret Spellings is 50. Former football and baseball player to Jackson is 45. Actor director Ben Stiller is 42. Country Singer Mindy Mccready is 32. Actress Elisha Cuthbert is 25. Associated press people in the news Tokyo apr the Christmas season starts Early in Tokyo and Alicia keys was there thursday to help get it going. The 26-year-old Singer appeared at a Tokyo office building to sing a few songs from her new album a was i am a and wish a crowd of several Hundred people a Happy Holiday season a with a three Story tall Christmas tree behind her. A my new name is Alicia types a she joked. A was i am a released nov. 13, has risen to the top of the japanese charts. Keys said the albums Success shows her music has Universal Appeal. A i want to reach All kinds of listeners. It Means a lot to me that people from All places can appreciate the music a she said. Lotteries Maryland West Virginia night pick three night pick four Bonus match 5 Day pick three Day pick four late wednesday Multi match 1-2-17-20-27-41 hot lotto 8-19-24-35-36 Ball 4 Power Ball 8-23-32-37-39 Power Ball 38 Power play 3 2-0-3 6-3-8-4 4-12-13-16-39 Bonus Ball 14 9-6-4 0-4-4-6 daily three daily four Cash 25 4-0-7 i-5-4-3 3-9-15-16-17-19 Pennsylvania daily three big four Cash five 2-3-9 6-8-1-8 8-9-14-33-38 a the Gold team Century 21 Potomac West 301-777-3244 ext 119 a 1-877-797-3060 quote the Gold team says Quot of you can breathe on a Mirror you can own a Home Cumberland times news Cumberland times news l sps-140020i published by the times amp allegation co. At 19 Baltimore Street Cumberland Maryland 21502 301-722-4600 Branch offices Frostburg my 19 Broadway 301-689-6663 Mchenry my 685 Mosser ,.301-387-8925 Keyser we 401/2 n. Main St. ,301-786-4151 publisher general manager Ronald j. 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