The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 27, 1956 · Page 12
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 12

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, February 27, 1956
Page 12
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PAQI BLYTHEY1LL1 (XKK.f COTntTBR TTEWS MONDAY, FEBRUARY ZT, 1W6 Surgeon Claims New Evidence In Cigarette-Lung Cancer Debate ST LOUIS (API — Dr Evarts A. Graham, noted chest surgeon who made the first extensive study of the possible relationship of cigarette smoking to lung cancer, says that paint- tag the ears of rabits with tobacco tars has produced "very malignant cancers." »e said in a speech last nights ~~ this disclosure is "additional e dence that cigarette smoke contains a factor that will produce cancer in experimental animals of unrelated species." He and his staff had produced cancers in four strains of mice in recent years DALLAS, Tex. (ff)—Although few biniua «* ....~~ — ./- n f the invited celebrities fame, He said these studies, combined « ™ e l £eimeth Ritchel kept his with "strong ^| ic » 1h f nvld Sf ee ° 1 SSStoflll the First Methodist <i casual relationship between v Sunday evening heavy cigarette smoking and lung Church cancer," constitute "about as B.iie*., ».™.~~.~ -";,. Ritchel took it on mmseu » B" strong evidence that cigarettes Uie services can cause lung cancer as can rea- ™"! c '""f .... it . t .,—„» sonably be expected." naDiy ue eAyeuicu. Avprvnnp "However," he said, "it should everyone stated that, In exceptional someone cases, cigarettes are not the cau: of the lung cancer but that oth factors are operative" and will come to church if ou,,.™,. invites them, he invited members of all denominations, entire clubs and a whole host of cel- 'in ebrities. He received thanks from such some cases "the cancer-producing — _-- --- fSr in cigarettes may be work- j^^^^ggUSfv^Stat, ing with intT Wittl atlOtlJCt CSnCcl-plUUUl-ll-lB Ejt-jinwTTVI , «-"*". -"•—•• •*..- • . Stor from industrial pollution of Atty Gen. John Be., Shepperd and the atmosphere." 0r Graham made his remarks Dr Graham maae nis iem»io.a AV.H.I.H ~ -— -— --- white accepting the 1955 award for 2,700 persons showed up. If extra Sanding slrvice to medicine chairs hadn't been available, there outstanding ac* »«-^ — and pharmacy by the Alumni Assn. of the St .Louis College of Pharm- only. . acy and Allied Sciences. The cancer in the rabbits was Rjtchel's challenge to himself to "even more malignant than those pack tne church. He used prayer, obtained to mice," he -said. "The persu asion, personal letters and in- cancer spreads to practically all vitations. of the organs of the rabbit in- NewspapcrS| radio mA television The comedian and his wife Mary eluding the heart, the lungs and helped sprea(i n j s j nv itation to Livingston saw them off. tte liver." . He said be "first extensive •tatistical study on this subject" (the possible relationship of iobaeco ti> lung dancer) showed that all but 1.3 per cent of the 605 men with cancer of the lung were cigarette smokers and SI \' 2 per cent smoked more than one pack » day. He said tfce statist-ica! relationship was confirmed by 12 other studies in four different countries based on more than 6,000 hmnan cases of lung cancer. fc a study published in 1933, he nid cancer was produced in 44 per cent of »1 mice by painting the skin of the back three times a week for one year with tar from cigarette smoke. He cited the production of experimental cancers in three additional strains of mice as further evidence. Both in the mice and rabbit tests, he explained, it took about half the life span of the species *o produce the cancer. Relating this to humans, he said if a man smokes cigarettes excessively for 35 or 30 years, he would be between 40 and 50 years old "and by our findings be on the threshold of developing lung cancer." Salesman Fulfills His Promise, Fills Church for Evening Service . Ritchel took it on himself, to get Going on the theory that almost . . showman Arthur Godfrey. Ritchel estimated that more than would have been standing room . Nearly everyone in town heard of "come fill your cup with good fellowship." The entire congregation sang the Lord's Prayer at Eitchel's request. Car salesmen along the nearby "automobile row" listened with interest. Eearlier, one car dealer had asked passers-by, "Are you going to help fill the church?" Dr. Robert E. Goodrich Jr., pastor, presented Ritchel with a hymnal. Ritchel thanked everyone for coming, invited them bade and said: "When you tap the resources of God, nothing is impossible." Benny's Daughter Weds LOS ANGELES «Pj — Comedian Jack Benny's adopted daughter Joan, 21, and Beverly Hills haberdasher Bud Rudolph, 31, are off on a honeymoon cruise to the Orient. Married last Thursday in Eeno, Nev., the couple sailed Saturday aboard the liner President Wilson COUNSEL—Charles W. Steadman of Cleveland, Ohio, is counsel for the special Senate committee investigating the alleged attempt to sway votes for the natural gas bill. Sea. Francis Case (R-SD) revealed a Lexington, Neb., lawyer offered him $2500 in campaign funds on the assumption he would vote for the bill The senator voted against it. GETTING UP NIGHTS Auto Stealing At Fad Stage LOUISVILLE, Ky. I*) — Stealing automobiles has reached the "fad" stage among Louisville teen-agers. So said police chief Carl Heustis ar, he called Louisville "the worst city this size in the nation" for car thefts. He said car thefts by juveniles more than doubled last year — from 380 the year before to 845. In the first two months of this year, auto thefts have jumped another 125 per cent over those months last year. To improvise a ring mold, place a greased tin can In the center of a well-greased casserole. Speed Tried On Robber LOUISVILLE, Ky. 1*1 — Gordon Hamilton, 27, came roaring into downtown Louisville at 10 miles pet hour, but, as luck would have it, there wasn't a policeman in sight. . Hamilton said he was trying to attract attention because a young hitchhiker had pulled a piece of pipe.from his pocket. The youth took {4 from him when he was forced to stop at a traffic light. WARNING ORDER IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, CHICKASAWBA DISTRICT, MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS Sewer Improvement District No 8 of Blytheville, 'Ark. , orting help. on aes used In past 35 years proye "fety *nd success. Ask druggist for CYSTES under •jtlsfaction or money-back guarantee. CLEANER! FASTER! MORE ECONOMICAL! 1 Day Service on laundry picked up! 2 Hour Service on laundry brought in! (Includes wash shirts and pants finished when requested. _ Also 1 day Dry Cleaning Service 3-4418 DUNGAREE DOLL-Dcfinite- ly high style In blue jcan== are those iriink cuffed ones, model?:! by !o - year -old Penny Smith of Thornville, O.iio. They won her first prize in a "dungaree doll" contest. Read Courier New. Classified Ads w. ) Deliver Prestriptieiis, • Our messenger will c*M for your prescriptions sad d«livw tiS* compound**! medicines —no «xtrm Wmrg*. You'r« assured prompt, precise com- pOMmKng and fair pric**, Woods Drug Store Phone POpl.r J-4WT AT HAYS. . . 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Specially priced Sizes 8i- 3 -$3.98 Sizes 51/2 to 8 2 98 BOYS OXFORDS Little Boys Oxtbrds. Come in brown or black. Sizes 8 !/ 2 to 3. PAIR Phone 2-2001 For Hays Personal Shopper Service! Careful attention and " Prompt DeHvery We Cash all Payroll Checks Free of Charge! Shop Hays for the Best in Service and Satisfaction No. 4,861 •I »1, Pitt. , vs. Ed Rogers, Dft. Th» defendant, -Ed Rogers, is hereby warned to appear within thirty days in the court named in the caption hereof and answer the complaint of the plaintiff, Sewer Improvement District No. 6 of Biythevllle, Arkansas, ind City at Blvtheville, Arkansas. bated this 26th day of February, 1058. SEAL GERALDINE LISTON, Clerk, By OPAL DOYLE, D. C. Marcus Evard, Atty. for Pltfs. 2/27-3/5-W-lt K. J_). J4uqkeA Co. Fine Apparel For Men and Boys Tops on any campus ... the Hanover Square gives you that four-leller-man look. A DobbJ original in a new, smart color: Ascot Brown, complimented by a rich, jet grey band . . . 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