The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 7, 1954 · Page 3
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TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER T, 1954 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Extensive Studies of Cancer Reveal Incidence of Disease WASHINGTON (AP) — An extensive U. S. cancer study indicates about one half of all cancers in women originate in breasts or sex organs compared with only one eighth of the cases in these areas among men. The figures are based on the first cancer study blanketing big population groups, covering about 15 million people in 10 metropolitan areas of the United States. The results were reported today in a paper prepared for the International Congress of Pathology by Dr. Harold F. Dorn of the National Institutes of Health at Bethesda, Md. Several hundred doctors from 39 countries are pooling information at the congress and seeking, among other problems, to find geographical patterns in disease and the causes. Dorn said that when all age groups are considered, the U.S. cancer rate is about the same, for males and females. But cancer strikes women more frequently during their reproductive years and dwindles somewhat in years after the menopause, he said. The disease was reported more dangerous for men after middle age. Dorn said most cancers in men affect organs that are subject to contact with environment—such as the mouth, throat, esophagus, skin and lungs. Cancer of exposed skin—on face, head, neck and arms—was said to be 46 per cent more common in • men than in women. Dorn said the study showed that by the age of 30 the annual number of new cases of malignancies of the reproductive organs of women is greater than that for all types of cancers found in men. "Not until the age of 50 does the total.male cancer rate begin to exceed the cancer rate of the reproduction sy§tem in women," Dorn said. "However, were reproduction system cancers excluded, the survey showed that all the more common forms of cancer oc- cur more frequently among men than among women." The chance of developing cancer is about one third greater for white persons living in the South and West than for those in the North, Dorn said, adding that skin cancer seems to account for this higher incidence. He said much of the difference may be attributed to a difference in ultraviolet radiation in sunlight. Cancer strikes at all ages but Dorn said the least threat for both sexes appears to be between the ages of 5 and 15, and that by age 50 the threat has increased 200 times over what it was at birth. The cancer risk at 20 years is •about the same for men and women, he .said, but at age 35 twice as many women as men have cancer. By the age of 60 in whites and 70 in nonwhites the greater risk is, faced by men, he Isaid, and this continues through ! the life span. . NOTICE IN THE PROBATE COURT, CHICKASAWBA DISTRICT, MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS Estate of F. Johns, deceased. Address: 328 East Missouri Avenue, Blytheville, Ark. Date of death: August 8, 1954. An instrument dated March 11, 1946. has been admitted to probate as the last will of the above named decedent and the undersigned has been appointed Executrix thereun- der. A contest of the orobate of the will can be effected onlv by filing a petition within 'the time provided by law. All persons having claims against the estate must exhibit them, duly authenticated, to the undersigned within six months from the date of the first publication of this notice, or they will be forever barred and precluded from any benefit in the estate. This notice first published August 24, 1954. MRS. LILLIE JOHNS, 328 East Missouri Ave., Blytheville, Ark. Frank C. Douglass, Atty. 8/24-31-9/7 YOU'RE INVITED - Sally O'Hara, young and pretty attorney of Vallejo, Calif., has been spending the summer distributing personal invitations to a big party at her home town. She's the official Come-On-Out girl for the celebration of the 100th anniversary of Mare Island Naval Shipyard, oldest west coast base, Sept 16-19. rompl DELIVERY SERVICE Phone 3-4507 Boars: 8 a.m to 9 p.m. with Deliver? to 7 p.m. WOODS DRUG STORE 221 West Main St TV and RADIO SERVICE Minor Repairs and Tube Replacement in home (inside Bly- therille city limits) $50 Only More Than 20 Tear* Trtiniat and Experience. factory Scrrlo* GiarantM «• All Make* Blytheville Sales Co. Felix Carney. Mgr. 109 E. Main Ph. 3-3616 PHOENIX, Ariz. {# — Only a light vote was expected today as Arizonans selected primary candidates for Congress and governor. Interest centered largely in the candidacy for the Democratic nomination for governor of Ernest W. McFarland, former majority leader of the U. S. Senate. He is opposed by William F. Kimball, state senator from Tucson. The winner will take on the incumbent Republican governor, Howard Pyle, who is unopposed for his party's nomination. Richard F. Harless is seeking to return to Congress with two candidates against him for the Democratic nomination. They are L. S. (Dick) Adams, state repre-j sentative and A.' T. Spence, a Phoenix cattleman. John J. Rhodes, the Republican officeholder, is unopposed. G/ Sought in Strangling Of Irish Girl, 28 LONDON 0?) — An unidentified American soldier was sought for questioning today in the silk-stocking strangling of a pretty 28-year- old Irish girl. The girl, Ellen Carlen, was found yesterday on a bed in a Pimlico rooming house with a stocking taut around her neck. Beer .bottles and American cigarettes littered the room. Neighbors reported her boy friend had been an American soldier, but his'identity could not be immediately established. JACKSON, Miss. (fl) — A historic special session of the Mississippi Legislature was called today to lay the foundation for dodging the U. S. Supreme Court decision-outlawing racial segregation in pubilc schools. The key proposal was a constitutional amendment empowering the Legislature to abolish public schools. It provides two methods: 1. Statewide, by a two-thirds vote of the Legislature. 2. Local option, with individual counties and school districts being allowed to abolish their public schools and set up private systems. Leaders of the Legal Educational Advisory Committee said the amendment would be introduced and sent to the constitution committees of each house as any other amendment would be handled. The committee is composed of most important state officials. The LEAC rejected the idea of asking each house to go into committee of the whole ' ; to consider the amendment as soon as it was introduced." Fear of charges of ''steam-roller" convinced the LEAC the amendment should go through the usual process. The session was expected to last about six weeks,'depending'mainly on the amount. of opposition ' that pops up to the constitutional amendment. " 1 Only five pounds air pressur* in tires Engine-generotor Operator's cob 400 H.P/ ~ ms 580 Go!, fuel tank, * • > - i ^-Electric wheel- drive motor _ Ground clearance 3>i feet Sno-Buggy Is a 'Big Wheel' Of World's Weird Vehicles "Floating on a battery of the world's largest tires, the "Sno- Buggy" snown in picto-diagram above is on its way to the Arctic for testing as a trail blazer througn deep, soft, powdery snow. The 23-ton vehicle is one of the latest products of R. G LeTourneau, of Longview, Tex., noted for the invention and development of gigantic special-purpose machines. The Sno-Buggy is also suitaole for boggy swamplands, shifting desert sands or any unstable terrain. Each of the four dual wheels has its own ouilt-in electric drive motor and gearing system, giving it all-wheel drive and all-wheel steering. Size of the huge rubber-tired wheels can be appreciated by contrast with men standing, before them, left. Building Permits and Real Estate Transfers Building permits were issued by the city last week for construction work totaling an estimated $86,750, including: 10 houses valued at $5,000 by Harold Wright and three $10,000 houses by Eddie 3. David. Dr. Jack Webb received a permit j W A R N 1 [ G ORDER Thp defendants, :.lona Sue Williams Grisson, Patricia Gail Moody and William Bruce Moody, are warned to apepar in the Chancery Court for the Chickasawba District of Misissippi County, Arkansas, within thirty days and an- swer the Complaint of the 'plaintifl, Mattie Myrtle Bunch, in Cause No. 12,752. WITNESS my hand. as Clerk of said Court and the seal thereof on this 16th day of August, '1954. GERALDHNZ j_,I5TON, Clerk. By ERNESTINE PETERSON. Oscar Fendler, Frank C. Douglas, Attvs. 8/17-24-31-9/7 First fiesta season was proclaimed in Sante Fe, N. M., on Sept. 16, 1712. offices at 520 West Main while j Harry Brady is planning a 51,500 one-room addition on his house at 1702 Holly and Claude Cooper a carport at 1620 Holly, valued at $250. Harold Wright plans to build $5,000 five room brick residences at 1032 Spruce, 800 East Walnut, 1006 Spruce 1028 Spruce, 1023 Spruce, 1035 Spruce and 1036 Spruce. He plans construction of £5,000 frame residences at 1031 Spruce, 804 Walnut and 800 Franklin. Eddie B. David received permits to build three six-room brick veneer houses valued at $10,000 each on North Circle Drive in Elmwood j Gardens. t ! Real estate transfers recorded in i the circuit clerk's office last week were: Delia Myricle to Robert and Nellie Laws, for SI and love and af- _ lection, Lot 3, Block C, Staude- j mayer Addition to Leachville. j Max and Annie Logan to Herman j and Sue Guy, for 51.000, Lot 10, j Block 3, Parkview Addition. j J. E. and Mary Stevenson, Jr., j to Joe and Marion Greeson, for $10 j and other consideration. Lot 8, i Block 3, Country Club Heights Ad- j dition. H. C. arid Margaret Campbell to j I J. and Mildred Gregg, for S500, Lot 4. second replat o\ J. O. Pride- j Gateway Subdivision. j Thomas and Geraldine Hawkins' to Max and Annie Logan, for $10 and other considerations .Lot 1, Block A, J. B. Walker Second Subdivision. Max and Annie Logan to James and Ann aGtlin, for $1,000, Lot 11, CHAPEAU? —Shapely Sandy Pendihey shows her latest hat fashion while soaking up the; sun at Miami Beach, FJa. A' few deft strokes of a razor blade turns the hat into one that can be talked through^ Block 3. Parkview Addition, Mabel 3. E. Tucger to Grace B. Davis, for 32,000, 34 acres in Sec, 9-T15N-R13S. Blytheville Chamber of .Commerce to D, Simmons, for $2,015, 1.76 acres in SW comer of Sec. 15- T15N-RHE. Chiropodist - Foot Specialist 'Will Be At Walls Hospital Thurs.,Sept. 9 For Appointment Cull ' • - POplar 3-4406 Worms Make Fine Pets WEST HARTFORD, Conn. W — Jeffrey Truesdal, 8, had to argue with officials to be allowed to enter the West Hartford pet parade but yesterday he walked away with second prize. His entry: A can 'of angle worms. WHITE'S to 8, B, C, D. £ . . . $4.95 8'/i to 12, A, B, C, D, E . $5.95 12'/s to 4. A, B, C, D, E . $6.95 e*. SONS i SH O E S I Attend the National Cotton Picking Contest Sept,, 30 - Oct. 1 VALUES LIVING GOOD TEN-PIECE COUCH SUITE ALL FOR ONLY 2-Plastic Top End or Step Tables 1-Plastic Top Coffee Table 2-Beautiful Wrought Iron Table Lamps any Color. 1-Couch That Makes A Bed, With upholster^ ed Arms. 1-Platform Rocker to Match 1-Chair to Match 2..Sofa Pillows 2-PIECE LIVING ROOM SUITE In New Metallic Tweed with reversible Cushions, or 2-piece Couch Suit with couch that makes a bed, with Large Chair covered In Matching Metallic Tweed LIVING ROOM SUITE OR COUCH SUITE Same At Suitt Above, But Covered in High Pile Frieze 119 95 Easy Terms If Needed HUBBARD & SON Furniture "Cash Talks at Hubbaid's"

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