The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 4, 1952 · Page 3
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TUESDAY, MARCH 4, 1952 BTATHEVTLI.E (AKK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE THREE Atlantans Jobs Don't Interfere with Music ATLANTA MV-At this point the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra would like to know the score. Three violins, two cellists and a Cancer Puzzle Answer Hinted Doctor Believes He Has Found Why Things Both Cause and Cure CINCINNATI (ff>—An answer to one of the great puzzles of cancer was advanced today by Dr. Howard L. Richardson of the Untverslts of Oregon Medical School. The puzzle Is why tilings that car cause cancer often are good treatments for cancer. These tilings include X-ray. 1 !, and chemicals, like 1 'nitrogen mustards, urethane, or others, that brini* temporary Improvement ill some forms of cancer. Dr. Richardson has found that use of two cancer-causing chemicals given at the same time prevents cancers in rats. The reason seems to be changes in the body's potent adrenal glands, the factor- violist are In the market for buoy litters. The leading clarinetist moved up bids for parking meters 10 days, One of the horns quit his Job as photographer. Thirty public school music teachers agreed to take two weeks o(f though preparations were being made for the annual Spring Music Festival. Orchestra Manager Leslie C. White is sighing for the peace and quiet of a refined boiler factory. II. started when the Dallas Symphony Orchestra asked the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra for help- allegro. The Dallas orchestra had booked lour concerts and It couldn't fill them—no do, re. mi. Would the Atlanta orchestra please take over? Such an appeal struck a rich chord in Atlanta. The answer was yes. Ordinarily Ihe orchestra books only concerts close enough to At- Ics'of such ohrmoncs'as cortisone m ™ ts holdsu|1 ;" and £ex hormones. When the two chemicals were given together, the mice that got no cancers were found to have partially-damaged adrenal glantK The outer layers of their glands were changed or destroyed. These outer layers are believed to produce the potent hormones, and there seemed to be some hormonal influence on the lack of cancers. In humans, complete removal of adrenal glands is bringing at least temporary health to some persons with otherwise honeless. far-advanced cancers of the breast and prostate sland. Dr. Richardson described the ne\v studies, done in collaboration with Edmund Borsos-Nachtnebel and Alton R, Stier, to the second National Cancer Conference here. lanta and with sufficient time tn between to let the players keep writing at their regular jobs. Now it is called upon to sandwich the Dallas four into a previously booked prog re m of five and the result is nine one night stands, rehearsing between time for two final concerts upon return. "I only hope," said White, "the buses, the players and the instru- The music teachers have sought substitutes. College professors have ied exams. City Traffic Engineer Carl Bcvin asked for parking meter bids 10 days early. The photographer quit because his boss wouldn't give him two weeks off; said he didn't like the job anyhow. By Royal Permission SAIGON, Indo-Chlna (A 5 ) — The people of Saigon are going to have an opportunity to see a world-famed troupe of dancers perform. The royal troupe of Cambodia—by special permission of Cambodian King Norodom Sihanouk — is coming to Stiigon soon. They are to .appear at a French airforce celebration at the Saigon airport. Old Feud Ends As Captains' Line Erased SOUTH THOMASTON, Me. CAP)—A town meeting yesterday took steps to wipe out the last traces of a fend that raged a cen- tuiy ago between two crusty old sea captains. The two mariners, named Fogg and Elwell, were practically next dosr neighbors but refused to live in the same town. They set a town line splitting the land betv/een them. That grudge boundary now cuts the middle of a South Thomaston street; leaving II homes In the adjacent town of St. Genrge. Sauth Thomaston voters have petitioned to end the division by taking over 320 additional acres. Cause of the original dispute has long since been forgotten. Read Courier News Classified Ads Ho Man or Woman Can Enjoy Life With Stomach Gas! Poor dfgestion—swelling with gas after meals—heavy tecHng around wfiistline—rifting of sour food. These are some of the penalties ol an Upset Stomach. CERTA-VIN is helping such victims right and left here in Blythe- vilfe. This hew medicine helps you riigest food faster and better. It Is taken before meals; thus it works with your food. Gas pains go! Inches of bloat vanish t Contains Herbs and Vitamin B-l .with Iron to enrich the blood and, make nerves stronger- Weak, miserable people soon feel different all over. So don't go on suffering. Get CERTA- VIN- -Kir by Bros. Drug Co. SYMBOLS OF LIBERTY — Communist prisoners-of-war at a United Nations stockade on Kojc-do Island, off Pusan, put th« finishing touches on a replica of the Statue of Liberty. They Also built the model church in the background. These Red captives, who appear to have undergone a change in their beliefs, are among 1.12.000 prisoners at the camo. BUSINESS FOR SALE Here's a good opportunity to go Into business for yourself. If you're interested In the moving and home service business, the HOME SERVICES i STORAGE CO. Is for sale. Moving equipment includes: 1 21^-Ton Sludebaker Tractor, 1 International 2-Ton Tractor, 1 Chevrolet Pick-up Truck, 2 Van Trailers, 1 Grain Trailer, 1 Ford BetaT Body and other equipment essential to the moving business. Office and heating futures. Upholstering supplies for home service, and furniture refinlshlnff equipment. Also 1,000 ft. of walnut lumber. Business Is for sale due to death of owner. \Vrlle or contact..., MRS. C. D. EATON 626 Walnut niythevillc, Ark. Step Into At Whitsitt's Nothing Could Be Finer Every Suit Shown Now In Stock As Shown in March Vogue Kenmoar Coats & Suits Harry Williams Coats & Suits Zieser Kline Coats & Suits Mangone Coats and Suits Davidow Coats and Suits As Shown in January Harper's Martini Dresses Eisenberg & Son Dresses Haryey Baren^Dresses Larry Aid rich Dresses Paul Parnes Suits & Dresses Ours Alone In Northeast Arkansas and Southeast Missouri As Shown in J;mu;iry Harper's As Shown in Town & Country Nothing But the Best For Your Spring Wardrobe! it's Whitsitt's "Because You Like Smart Things 3 '

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