The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 5, 1956 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, March 5, 1956
Page 7
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MONDAY, MARCH 5, 1956 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE SEVEN Orange Peels Used In Battle Against The Common Cold By SAM DAWSON NEW YORK (AP) — Because so many people will try anything at least once in hope of relief from the common cold there's a growing market .today for old orange peels. Newcomer In the long line of treatments to rise'to their peak day of popularity is bioflavonoid, a chemical extracted from the orange and lemon peels lett over by producers get cast-off peels from their own and other canneries. 0s ing a patented chemical process they first remove oils and pectins selectively from the peels, then processors of citrus fruit. • the cellulose, .and finally extrac In two years output of this yel-1 and crystallize the bioflavonoids in low powder — formerly used in powder form. This they sell to moderate volume in a number of • drug companies who combine i industrial products — has jumped i with other substances to make from 5,000 pounds .a_yea.r-to 150,000 their «nrt product pounds. Sales volume is now esti-l scientists of drug companies mated at $1,800,000 a year against say research is being carried on ?60,OOP two years ago. '. in the use of bioflavonoids in Sent production Up ' I treatment of "polio, diabetes, hig] Doctors previous.y had used bio- '• blood pressure and rheumatic ilavonoids in treating ailments ranging from chicken pox to coronary thrombosis. Then they began trying • out its antisneeze properties. Demand from a long suffering but always sporting public Bent production up 30-fold. Scientists »t » recent meeting sponsored by the Common Cold Foundation' Inc. warned, that no cure has yet been found for the common cold. One thing baffling the scientists, they said, is that there are a multitude of viruses which produce the symtpoms rssociated with the common cold. Track down one of the pests and you still have a slough that can't be coped with as yet. Nearly two dozen pharmaceutical firms, market bioflavonoid preparations. They are careful to stress that it is supposed to relieve •ymptoms rather than to cure. AnioDf those marketing preparations containing , bioflavonoid »re: Grove Laboratories, Clayton Laboratories, Charles Pfizer ft Son National rug Co. »nd U.S. Vitamin Corp. Other Us«* They buy the bulk of their citrus bioflavonoids from Sunset Grow- cri Amn. of California and Pasco Product* Co. of Florida. These fever, as well as in helping contro excess bleeding. Nine Get Pemiscof Licenses CARUTHERSVILLE— Nine COU pies received marriage licenses from J. T. Ahern, Pemiscot County re corder of deeds, in February. They were: J. B. Johnson and Helen Louise Thedford, Hayti; Freddie .Leroy Davis, Kirltwood and Jean Mullins, Caruthersville; Glenwood Grlssom and Charlene Chism, Haytt; William Burks, St. Louis, and Ma ble E. Phillips. Bragg City; Alton Pike and Elizabeth Johnson Caruthersville; Lewli B. Proctor, OarutheravUle and Virginia Thompson, Hayti; George Greenshil and Ceola Mor ris, steele; Robert Ward Jr., Memphis, Tenn. and Juanita Koeller, Caruthersville Darrell M. Burrus and Linda Tay< lor, caruthersvilla. Ufc in Tb* BRANDS r Y«i Bait LUMBER l^^^^M 0 Then You'll ow It's Dry and Well anufactured Triol'i because the SPIB Grade-Mark con only b» used on lumber thai hai been dried and leosontd according to official Grading Rulti. And because the name FORDYCE, stamped on lumber, it a pledg* to you that this, old, established company stands «quor«ly behind its quality. Remember, too, that FHA and VA insured laan construction requires Grade-Marked lumber. Your Deafer Can Supply You LUMBER COMPANY FORDYCE, ARKANSAS HEADQUARTERS FOR YOUR Yellow Pine Lumber • Fix Up That Roof • Add A Den or Carport • Remodel Your Kitchen Let in help you in all your Fix-Up Problems! E.G. ROBINSON LUMBER CO. "Tin Fritmlly Yard" A. Ted Johnson, M§r. Blythevllk Ark. Phone 3-4551 or 3-4B52 Look At This!! Chicken Breasts Priebe's USDA inspected Fresh Frozen Frying Chicken Breasts. Take advantage of this special "Freezer Supply Day" value! Pound Carton $ 3.29 i:^B—5»JS lii M. i i . ii i ....... J - - " --' " ' -J-«- Roxbury Candies sssx^ssssssst . ...-._ . . — MARSHMALLOW EGGS Jumbo 28 Oz. C7|t Siz» Pkg MELLOW CREMES Truly Delicious Pkg 13 ox. 290 SPECKLED EGGS Roxbury Lb. 9Qf( Jelly Eggs.... Pkg. .. fc*V MARSHMALLOW EGGS Roxbury ' 13 Oz. OQ<4 For Easter .... Pkg. ... **H Paas Egg Dye Multi-Grain Bread Family Flour Peanut Butler ^ Complete Egg Dyeing Kit . . Dye alone 15e Skylark Oven Fresh.. ...... Reg. Kit 16 01. .Loaf Kitchen Craft Discount offer 50 Ib. bag 3.49 25 -Lb. Bag Beverly. Regular or chunky 18oz. style spread s,. jar PEAKUT BUTTER ,L°* 310 PEANUT BUTTER 39 C 22' 1.79 59 C IT- 410 JELLY EGGS Roxbury Lb. A A. Candy ....Bag.... **! LOW PRICES? Sure, Safeway has the low prices. But more than that! At Safeway, low price is combined with quality to give you the fees* value in town. -:-'- Give a lift to winter-weary appetites with Bel-air Premium Quality Frozen Foods Green Beans, Whole Okra, Blackeye Peas, Broccoli Spears Your Choice Strawberries Fresh I 70 oz. ?rf Frozen 4 Pkgs. \ Dog Food Wilson's Ideal 2 Lb. Oz. Tins 290 Chopped Beef Wilson Quality 12 Oz. Tin Deviled Ham Underwood • No '/< Tin 180 Baby Meats Swifts Brand 2 3 ?r 430 Swanson's Turkey Dinner 12 Oz. Pkg. 790 Dog Food Swift's Pard 2 Lb. Oz. Tins 290 Hydrox Cookies Sunshine Hydrox 7 3|4 Oz. Honey Grahams Nabisco Crackers Pound Box Fancy Tuna Starkist Solid Pack No. V4 Tin Cleanser Old Dutch 9 Re s L Tins Shortening Crisco Quality 3 Tin" 850 Ivory Snow Save on This Lsr« BOX. fvory Soap White Floating 3 Med. Bars 27d Ivory Soap Favorite for Years 250 Camay Soap Our Low Price 2 S 250 Lava Soap Save at Safeway «*f. 11X Bar Up Large Duz Soap Powder K- 300 Deterent Oxydol ar 300 Cleanser Bon Ami Brand 2 R' g . Tins Uncle Ben's Converted Rice 14 Oz. OCX Pkfr *wp

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