The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 14, 1954 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, April 14, 1954
Page 5
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WEDNESDAY, APRIL 14, 1954 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS ———— - ~: -... Head-to-Toe Cancer Examination Saves Lives More and more thousands of women are going to doctors each year for cancer detection. K is the best protection they have today. Experience has shown that instead of frightening women, these examinations are reassuring and anxiety-releasing. Such checkups are important because physicians can discover "silent" cancer where there are no obvious signs or symptoms. This is the time when op- portunity for cure is greatest. That's why tht American Cancel Society is emphasising the search for "silent" cancer in its *P n crusade. Pictures below illustrate steps in the "head-to-toe, cancel- prevention examination. First, the physician takes » complete medical history. Then the cancer detection tests start with a thorough medical examination. , * ^S&\# *53??5* G | iS **? StCI \ Vn " BLOOD PRESSURE ohecK can! OPHTHALMOSCOPE exami- OTOSCOPE examination c*rt- _.^_ _,5;..J v 5 ie k detect heart, circulation and nation checks blood vessels and fully scrutinizes ears for po«i- a suspicious circumstance. kidney disorders. ble abnormalities. MOUTH is examined first visually, then by feeling with finger* Here early cancers of lips, tongue, tonsils may be seen easily. LUNGS and heart are examined with stethoscope for abnormalities. This is followed by examination of breasts for possible lumps. ABDOMINAL area is checked. Doctor then makes vaginal check. "Smear" test reveals malignancy before ij^an be seen or feltv LEGS AND FEET are checked for skin lesions, which are 95 pel cent curable. This ends "head-to>toe" cancer examination. Brooks Urges Firm Indochina Decision by U. S. WASHINGTON U-.~RO P . Brooks J«>'s <l)-Ark> said ycstordny the "isouiimvor administration must be P'epa:vd "io make firm and clear w" on Indochina after the imne Geneva conference o cannot expect a quick one- npe solution to problems In '»* Far East." said Hays i n a statement. "With the niiny sen son cnmme on a Male-mate is possible nnn an ultimate non-military solu-' I" 1 !! made more likely." Hays a member of the Hou:-e J^rrie;! Affairs Committee, paid recent statements by the President and by Secretary of State Dulles tend io clarify our policy in Indo- cnma." WARNING ORDER IN THE CHANCERY COURT, CHICKASAWBA DISTRICT, MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS. Marie Boyce, P1U. vs. No. 12,644 Jeff, Oft. The defendant, Jeff Boyce. is hereby warned to appear within thirty days in the court named in the caption hereof and answer the N 0 T I C E IN THE PROBATE COURT OF MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF Fred Calhhan. deceased. No. 2232 Last known address of decedent: 316 E. Kentucky. Blytheville. Arkansas. Date of death: April 3. 1954, The undersigned was appointed ;>ani>nistratm of the estate of the ^eve-named decedent on the 6th day of April. 1954. All persons having claims against ire estate must exhibit them." duly verified, to the undersigned within six months from the date of the first publication of this notice, or they shall be forever barred and precluded from any benefit in the estate. This notice first, published the h day of April, 1954 DOROTHY CALLIHAN. Administratrix. 316 E. Kentucky Blytheville. Arkansas. 4,7-14 Get fast, soothing ralitf with PERCY MEDICINE WANTED TO BUY Old. Odd, Unusual Cars Any Kind—Any Condition J. L H'UEY 879 Washington-Memphis, Tcnn. Phone 37-4449 Thieves Make Off With Greenhouse LOS ANGELES W—Frank Kurn- ifc was ill for a month. When he •was well enough to re-enter the nursery business, he visited his site to inspect a greenhouse he had bought at auction for $500 prior to his iTiness. Thieves had carted it away, in! -sections, Kurnik told police yesterday. I In about 25 years, the Unitec States will have a population of 190.000,000. That is a medium esti mate of government statisticians Baseball Suits 1 Price Hubbard Hard wart ON OUR METALLIC CURVED SCREEN Listen to KLCN at 10:10 a.m. and 4 p.m. for Eitz & Rosy Program Announcements LAST TIMES TODAY KElLAlY-ROBERIinON-lEIF and ttios* Paris models *nd Sew Play by ROBERT SMITH - Produced br AI.BKT 2UGSMITH • Oirsrttd br Alf«D L «££* AN AMEftlCAN RICTUSES CORPOMTION PWOUCTQ* PLUS SELECTED SHORTS THURSDAY & FRIDAY fctCORWNG STARS "..OttCK* BOOM" HCTWttJ ./2^^ H/teMrM^ •iWWttW PAR. NEWS & SELECTED SHORTS Waters of the English Channel I miles an hour, according to the flow eastward at a speed of 1.51 Encyclopedia Britannica. pet of a drefe to make your world sit up and take notice. Sheer cotton, woven and checked, worked by R & K with every trick in the book. Like a bodice of narrow tucks, a row of glitter buttons. And a skirt that's a beautiful standout MOX -Theotre- On West Main St. In Blytheville Show Starts Weekdays 7:00 Sat. Sun. 1:00 7:00 p. m. Admission 15c & 35c At All Times w<;ix, & THURS. Double Feature WALTER TIM MUCf unoTflu unii Druunr ****"' v HUolUn-HDLrlJtnNtl.1 JOHN HUSTON WAINED BADS RE-RELEASE — AND— TRACT SIMMONS TH! PLUS CARTOON complaint of the plaintiff, Marie Boyce. Dutea uns 22nd duy of March, 1954. SEAL GERALDINE LISTON. Clerk. By OPAL DOYLS, D. C. Claude #. Cooper, Attjr. ftr Fltf. - The great English poet Shelltf was drowned off the Ligunan coast of Italy-and his body cre- OPENS 6:30 EACH NIGHT SHOW STARTS 7:00 ""! 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(umitD • • IWintergri BENGAY BALM 79 C \ PALMOLIVE SOAPQ^95 REGULAR SIZE CAKES (Limit 3) V R fc W BAYER ASPIRIN Both TOO Tablets 25c Children's Aspirin FREE 0Mk6r£0ffo Whitman's CANDY $150 to 1 4 50 Evening in Paris Deodorant Spray & Stick 75? Dubarry Bath Powder 25 EASTER CARDS 10 C * UP A Perfectly Balanced formula . MULT ,pL£ AYTINAL VITAMINS & MINERALS with Vitamin B-12 vr=zz^*& You get extra health P*nwty Brand Knobby Pigikin benefits when you take HOSB 'N BOWS Hollywood j-tf) tit* STATIONERY BILLFOLD NYLONS ***» Bottk of 50 . . . fcojt . . Green . 100 c«pju/«» . . . 3— PHILLIPS' MILK OF MAGNESIA I0-ounct S.S.S TONIC Increases appetite, ^ ^rSoxbroof^n Beef, Iron' Wine Tonic k 16-ounc« botUt. A « WASH CLOTHS 3«23 C (Limit 6) GROVE'S BROMO QUININE 39 , . . TQ GUARD YOUR HEALTH Find Out How Hetlthy You C«« Fttt! OLA-BERON-12 With 3mgt. of uniting CRYSTALLINE 1-12! • •12 to light (atlgu*. build app«iit*. Liv«i 4 (ton to build neh. t«d blood ... piui Vitamin C. B Com pi** locton. a)linon«c<ipiul*. Bottle of 50 . .3.4t 700C«pfu/«i..S.9S VLPCNTA KRLCS |1S Multipl* vitamin*. 25 cop« .. I HOUSECLEANING NEEDS ELECTRIC TOASTER ttrame Q29 Non-Slip (3r;> VELVA-TEX •LOVE IUY QO VV GrauiM lotML CHAMOIS POUSHOt fs»ff £7i ii*i*t.. Of HAIR •RUSH luefrt 1 fl AJ^/» 1** CHEESE CLOTN 2-TQid« X 30-iaehM ..... •Gold Stor.16-01 t. 6S«

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