The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on April 9, 1963 · Page 6
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The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas · Page 6

Ottawa, Kansas
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Tuesday, April 9, 1963
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OTTAWA HERALD **** 1«-f& & riM^K. *> I* •• «t <MMM* S? •VV* -t--W. *«JH «i'.i^i« •W«M» *"k»?f •*•*«,'• •**&*• 21 33E «**2£ ^ •3S» •3SJ 1««4 mWt «*^» i«« •w« ~+t ZiJ f*ffW «~Ni ^dww •«**«> umil VM>~**|4 "*^** •—*•'» 4MV*4 *l*~ *-«• **r- THE OTTAWA HERA1 ftieaday, April t, MM Strike Back! GIVE to the Franklin County Cured of cancer: DURING THE PAST YEAR IN FRANKLIN COUNTY 66 New Cases of Cancer Discovered Ms Compared to 88 in 1961) 14 Deaths Caused by Cancer (There Were 22 Deaths in 1961) The American Cancer Society of Topeka, Kansas, estimates that in 1963 there will be: 59 new cases of Cancer; 90 cases under care; 31 will die of can- cer and 19 persons will be cured. According to the estimated population of Franklin County, 5,250 persons will develop some type of cancer during their lifetime and out of this number 3,150 will die. Minister's nine-year-old daughter: Becky Elizabeth Dufford of Erie, Pa. Internal cancer at age one. Discovered in 1954. Treated by surgery and radiation. Collsft football official: Ed Dubieot Sand Springs, Okla. Father of 4, grandfather of 3. Lung cancer* Discovered in 1956 when a friend dared him to step into a mobile x-ray cruiser. Treated by surgery. Thlrty-sfat-year-old mother of five: Janey Provazek of Everett, Wash. Cancer of jaw and neck. Discovered in 1949 in routine dental checkup. Treated by surgery. The American Cancer Society is the only national organization supported by your gifts, battling cancer on three fronts: research, education and service to patients. Learn and Heed CANCER'S DANGER SIGNALS... 1. Any sore that does not heal. 2. A lump or thickening in the brcaat or else* where. 3. Unusual bleeding or discharge. 4. Any change in a wart or mole. 5. Persistent indigestion or difficulty in swallowing. 6. Persistent hoarseness or cough. 7. Any change in normal bowel habits. These symptoms may not mean cancer, but any one of them should send you promptly to your doctor. Grandmother of twelve: Marjorie MeCrpcklin of New Orleans, La. Cancer of the ovary. Discovered in 1946 during health checkup. Treated by surgery and radiation. Engineer and Pilot, USAF: Major Harold L. Dfl- ingham of Patrick Air Force Base, Florida. Father of 3. Internal cancer. Discovered in 1952. Treated by surgery and radiation. More than a million Americans are living today who are cured of cancer. Research scientists are working to save even more. And to find a total cure for all forms of cancer. But cancer research is as expensive as it is urgent. To cure more, give more. AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY 7A/S Educational Message Sponsored by the following Public-Spirited Firms To Assist the Franklin County Chapter: Al Beets Rambler Aldtrmon Construction Co. American Legion Barnott Salts Co. Barrett. Fitch, North & Co. Bob Dillon larr, Dr. J. F. Boiler Studio •ill Abbott Citios Sorvieo Products itnnott Croamory Co. Muo Room Bob lAFIiito Motor Co. Briscoo Drug Storo B. & J. Oil Company Kenneth Baxter — Leo Johnson Bmco C Subsidary of MWw 9s Your Mime Man Budgt's Hordwort D. Lee Co. Bullock, Noil, Ins. Citiien's State Bank Pomona, Kansas City Cab & Top Hat Taxi Colby Furniture Colbem's Restaurant Walter Neumiller Community Theater Players, Inc. Crestview Nursing Homo Mary Tankersley Crites Appliance Center Body Shop ft Conoco Service Crowoll's Cafo Dari-Treat Dengel & Son Mortuary Louis H. Dengel — Walter L. Dengel Don's Conoco Don Howard Diddo Office Supply Drake's Bakery Durbin Coin-Operated Laundry ft Dry Cleaners Form luroau Ins. Services Bob Bobbins, Gen. Agent Fifty-Fifty Nino Cafo Kenneth Reddick Pint National lank of Ottawa Franklin County Abstr't * Title Co. F. iMf• Woolwortli Dewey Cock WOHIOIOS Gat Sorvieo Co. Goiter, Dr. ft. A. vorsogo cioonors Hank's Sinclair Service Hank ft Virginia Gilroy Harry Smith Auto Supply Heathman ON Co. HlUcrost Drive-In Theatre Hubbard Lumber Co. Earl Schmanke-F.M. Coons Hughes Auto Parts Kansas Loan Co. Kansas Stato Bank Keen Co. Kimball's Burgortoria Kramer Drag Storo Laury, Dr. David Lamb Funeral Home Blanche Lamb-Bob Robert! Loo's Cafo LeshOHCo. Uster Hardware and Plbg. Hardware—Plumbing-Sheet Metal Malott's Hardware & Appliance Minnick Motor Co. Mildred HcKee Shop Mode O'Day Dress Shop Marie Enyart aaa The Annual Checkup The annual health checkup can find most cancer early enough to be cured. Fight Cancer With a Checkup! apter of the American Society fft Saved, five years after treatment Uterine Cancer Lung Cancer American Cancer Society Research Support A QeieratlN Aft Fewer than one-m-fivt Chief cause of cancer death in women Mounting: no hope of control None Ttfty One-in-thrM Death rate cut 50%. Could be reduced much more. Still mounting: but 75% could be prevented. More than $11,500,000 60% of Funds Stay in WOMEN Over 35... KANSAS Seven-not going on eight More than 2,000 children die each year of leukemia-cancer of the blood-forming tissues. Important findings in research laboratories helped extend this child's life-and the lives of other little victims-by many precious months. Research scientists now see evidence that a virus may cause leukemia and this might bring closer the development of a way to prevent the disease. Research will save children in the future. But research is expensive. Give some money. Please. It's for them. To parents of children from 3 to 15 Which disease do you think is the single greatest kil- ler of children under 15? Shockingly and tragically, the answer is — Cancer. While breast cancer is the commonest cancer among women of your age, it is also highly curable if treat' ed properly BEFORE it has spread beyond a local area in the breast itself. Doctors tell us that women are much more likely to be the first to discover the earliest signs of breast cancer. That's why you should know the cor* rect and most thorough way to examine your breasts for any lumps or thickening. MEN Over 45... More than six times as many men of your age will die of lung cancer this year as died in 1933. Our research scientists still don't know why. They do know, however, that over half of those who will develop lung cancer CAN be saved .. if they get proper treatment while the disease still in the silent, symptom/ess Americon Cancer Society is many things to many people — and is made up of many people — two million volunteer physicians, businessmen* union leaders, nurses, scientists, housewives, dedicated to one goal: saving lives from cancer. Through the Society's nation-wide research, education, and service programs* they hold out a lifeline to everyone threatened by cancer. You too can turn to the Society. Call your local Unit for more information on what it can do for you—and, in turn* you can do your part. You can guard your family by fighting cancer with a checkup and a check. "CURE MORE GIVE MORE t. AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY Mail Your Contribution is stage That's why we urge you to have a chest X-ray every six months no matter how well you may FEEL CLIP AND MAIL WITH YOUR CONTRIBUTION. GENTLEMEN: I want to help conquer Cancer. Please send me free information about Cancer. |~] Enclosed is my contribution of $ Cancer Crusade. to the NAME ADDRESS CITY ZONE .... STATE . Mail to: FRANKLIN COUNTY CANCER SOCIETY Ottawa, Kansas This Educational Message Sponsored by the Following Public - Spirited Firms To Assist the Franklin County Chapter: Moore Chevrolet-Olds., Inc. Naumon, C., Lumber Inc. North American Coffee Shop Ninman Lumber Co. O'Connor's Shoos Ogg's Market O K Bargain Store George Underwood, Mgr. Osburn's Flowers Ottawa Bowl Ralph ft Marie Ottawa Savings & Loan Assn. Ottawa Co-op Association Ottawa Construction Equipment Division of L. A. Young Spring ft Wire Corp. Ottawa Herald Ottawa Luntbor Co. Ottawa Tractor & Implement Co. Glenn Underwood Ottawa Typographical Union Ottawa Wholesale Grocery Parrott Electric Co. Pearson Welding Service Ponco IGA Food Center Charles Gillette, Mgr. Ponny Ready-Mix Peoples National Bank of Ottawa Peoples State Bank Richmond, Kansas Pete's Skelly Service Prairie Hills Motel Prager's Radiator Service Price Oil Co. (Dorothy Price) Pewter-Spears Insurance Quin's Furniture Raffotock's Bargain Centre Julius & Marie Raney Rexdl Drug John Reynolds R & H Drivo-ln R & R Recreation Reliable Transfer Roberts, Dr. R. S. Robertson Motor Co., Inc. Ford-Mercury Roseberry Body Shop Royal-T Lanes Sam's Tiro & Supply Inc. Scott's Service 1 Mi. N. on 58 Select Dairy Shaw Hatcheries & Surge Supplies sneiaen s MOM s V(F ear Shlnn & Haley Abstract Co. wMyoor Pnannacy Strehlow, Chester H., M.D. Suffron Glass Co. Sunrise Dairy Ten-ill's Todd Mobile Homos Topeka Hiway Mowers, Inc. Towner's Funeral Chapel Trump, Dr. F. A. Village Inn Motel Walker's Wallpaper & Paint Shop Uoyd ft Maude Wolborn Electric Tom Welborn Wollsvillo State Bank Wellsville, Kansas William's Dairy Creme Williamson Coal and Salvage Willis Nursery ^ Wins'Cafo

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