Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on April 29, 1963 · Page 37
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MONDAY EVENING, APRIL 27, T U C S O N D A I L Y C I T I Z E N PAGE 37V PRONTffitS OF SdENCf PLASMA POWER - Port 1 IN 0*2 WtftTCRM «O*NT167* . · WtBE tylTtRtSTEO TO UARN 7HA7 ·OVIIT «qtNW» HAD CijMMtD A fiOMMCAHT Mf AKTHOOUGH Hi ' m WW*U-VWX *|A8CH JO* KX*R -- A COMPtETElV ttff WKX Of alHeRATIKG lUCTWciry. HE RU*iWANS AJWOWCIO '·THAT IN A IAEORATORV IXMRiMtNT THE* HAD PRQPUCJD luctwcrry DIRECTLY FROM 'HCAT, WITHOUT · UIMG MECHANICAL ! GENERATORS, AUTHOOOK THt POWZH PRODUCED , WAS m y -- : NOT ENOUGH TO WINE A FLASHLIGHT -- IT MOVED THt Ml EDU Of AVOLTMETtR. Vfe)NO TWfc RtVOLUTlOHARy METHOD, SOVIET SCIENTIST* ARC MOW, · · PREPARING TO BUILD GMANTIC NEW POWtR STATIONS dNEHATING UP TO 1 MILLION KILOWATTS (TWICE THE CAPACITY OF BRITAIN'S LARGEST NUCLEAR GENERATOR). TMG Radiologist Given $2,000 Grant To Further Cancer-Detecting Study By DOMINIC CROLLA So impressive have been the results of a new cancer- detecting /technique t h a t a special $2,000 research grant has be$n given a Tucson Medical Center radiologist to intensify; efforts to make the technique an acceptable diagnostic tool here. The physician will use the money to continue studies he began here in 1960 in the use of Xrray in finding breast cancer. ; Similar studies are under, way around the. country. The leading cause of cancer deaths in womeni cancer of the breast, is expected to kill 25,00,0 this year and another WANTED! MEN - WOMEN from ages 17 to 52, Prepare now for U.S. Civil Service job openings In this area during the next 12 months. Government positions pay as high as $4«.00 a month to start. They provide much greater i security .than private employment and excellent opportunity for advancement. Many positions require little or no specialized education or experience. But to get one, of these jobs, you must pass a test. The competition Is keen and in some cases only one out of Hve_£ass.__ Lincoln Service helps thousands prepare for these tests every year. It Is one of the largest and oldest privately owned schools of its kind and Is not connected with the Government. Training until appointed. · · ' , For FREE Information on Government jobs, Including list of positions and salaries, flli out coupon and mall at once-TODAY. You will also get full details on how you can prepare yourself for these tests. Don't delay--Act NOWl LINCOLN SERVICE Dept. A P.O. Box 4766, Tucson, Ariz. I am very much interested. Please send me absolutely FREE (1) A list of U.S. Government positions and salaries: (2) Information on how to qualify for a U.S. Government Job. Name Age Address * City State Occupation Phone Just tell us how much you need to pay old bills, for home improvements, car repairs, for all your seasonal expenses!.Phone for prompt, courteous service, LOANS,UP TO $20OO 4,000 will contract the dis- ase. The value of the technique, ailed mammography, is in letectirig cgncer of the breast while the disease is in its early stages so that It can be treated and often cured. Although work on i mpr ov- ng mammography is still be- ng carried on, the results so 'ar have been encouraging ;nough that in the past year ts use sprea,d from training hospitals alone to hospitals all across the country. Even now, the U.S. Public Health Service is evaluating the pro- :edure, with the possibility :hat if it continues to show such/great promise it will be recommended for general use. The hesitant acceptance of mammography is typical of medical science's reaction to procedures which offer only promise of being beneficial. An example of this is the now famous "Pap" smear, devised in the late 1920s by Dr George N. Papanicolaou. It took 20 y e a r s before the smear technique proved its worth and was generally accepted. The Papanicolaou procedure is credited with reducing the death rate from cervical cancer by 50 per cenl from the time of its introduction. The new grant was made by the Arizona division o the American Cancer Society Early detection . is of prime importance in the treatment of cancer. This' is why the ACS, which can claim "cure 1 for more than one million Americans alive today, goes all out to find and develop diagnostic techniques. COMMUNITY FINANCE 2336 South Sixth Avenue ...... MA 2-4711 3950 East Speedway Blvd. Phone: 327-4985 , Mammography offers the ,bctor the means of detecting ancer before it can be found y clinical examination. But because mammography las not yet been developed .0 a stage of general acceptance, the physician's best means of detecting cancer of ;he female breast is still the Diopsy. This involves removal of a small amount of tissue rom a growth for microscopic examination while the patient lies on the operating :able awaiting the outcome. [f the result shows the lesion is cancerous, the operation continues. The first work In finding a means of X-raying the breast began about 50 years ago. It was not, however, until about 1960 when studies were done in Philadelphia on 1,000 women that it was found that X-rays could be extremely accurate in finding breast cancer. The doctor's findings here have been most encouraging. Of the 330 patients checked at TMC, a high percentage of them have confirmed preoperative X-ray suspicions. But some cases were found that were not originally suspected by the patient's doctor. Because a new. lesion sometimes occurs in the other breast of those women who have had cancer of one breast, TMC is concentrating its efforts in. finding : these women as early as possible. The TMC radiologist is hopeful his development of mamography here will prove its worth. So much so, in fact, that it will be adopted by other hospitals in Tucson, ; the state and the country. Governor Certain To Mak;e News, CONCORD, ,/N.H;--(/p) -John W. King will provide the New Hampshire Legislature tomorrow with its most dramatic moment of the 1963 session. No matter what the Democratic governor" does about the sweepstakes bill, he is certain .to make hews--and maybe even history. At 11 a.m., King will address a joint session of the House and Senate to reveal whether he is signing the sweepstakes bill, vetoing it, or letting it become law without his signature. If the sweepstakes become aw, New Hampshire will become the only state in the Union to'.sanctiqn a legal lottery. Several other states are considering ' similar action, lowever. Proponents look upon the sweepstakes as a sure-fire revenue producer that will bring in $4 million a year for New Hampshire schools. Opponents have blasted the sweeps as a something-for- nothing gimmick that would turn. New Hampshire into a "Las Vegas of the East." The bill envisions a twice- year running' of the sweep stakes at Rockingham Park Race Track at Salem, with tickets being sold at state liquor stores and at the three tracks in the state. King has steadfastly declined to reveal what he intends to do about the bill. ALSO IN NOGALES AT 233 MORLEY AVENUE! Were Going PRIC£-8U$TW at f CHECK THESE Limit Rights Reserved! PICNICS SHORT SHANK FULLY COOKED PRICES EFFECTIVE APRIL 2940 May 1, 1963 Peyton Del Norte Buys! GROCERIES! 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Shetland Pony Roadster (ponies under 41 Indies); Streamliners Peachy, driven by Mrs. R. B. Rlchey, and Palomino Kings Hot Shot, driven by Miss Mary Pat Castro. Palomino Western Pleasure Horse: Palo Buck, ridden by Mike Wakefleld, and Dawns Golden Flirt, ridden by Sherry Templln. Lady's Working Hunter: Paleface, ridden by Gregg Pickrell, and Top Chic, ridden, by Chris Budurln. English Pleasure Horse: Wishing Well, ridden by Rickey Evans, snd Top Chic, ridden by Chris Budurln. Costume Class: Gato, ridden by Debbie Everllt, and Jora Al Fair, ridden by Lillian Petle. The Scurry Class: Ball Miss, ridden by John Luparl, and School Boy, ridden by Bunnle Ann Lowe. Mule Class: Kilt, ridden by Steve Larson, and Pistol, ridden by Sharon Christopher. Hunter Hack: Correctamente, ridden by Sue Sanders and Vaquero, ridden by Debbie Evcrltt. Tennessee Walking Horse: Lo Boys Lady Lou, ridden by Glen Willis, and El Conquistador, ridden by Mrs. William D. Elkner. 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