National Geographic : 1946 Feb
norace tristoi Irom Inree Lions To Make Quinine, a Javanese Strips Cinchona Bark Java, once virtually the world's quinine monopolist, stands to lose a large part of its market. War revived the industry in South America, where it originated. Meanwhile chemists developed atabrine and a type of synthetic quinine. Staff Photographer J.Baylor Roberts A Sumatran Clips Rubber Flaws Revealed byIlluminated Glass Japanese in the Far East scattered half thenative labor force and killed one of every 52 trees, but left astock pileof250,000 tons ofrubber. Estimated production in 1946 will be lessthan half that of1941.