Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on April 6, 1961 · Page 25
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 25

Alton, Illinois
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Thursday, April 6, 1961
Page 25
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PAGE TWIHTY*MX ALTON 1W9090 TOLKHUPH THURIDAY, APRIL 6,1061 totI of Serie* Cancer Doesn't Always Happen to Other Fellow KOfTOft'S UOfB — Became of fear. Ignorance and delay 85,000 Americans who could have been saved die of cancer each year. In this last of a series, Arthur Godfrey — Honorary education chairman of Oie Anwrtcan Cancer Society's current Cfnaade ••• Wls how he reacted to fte dreaded diagnosts ann recommemis a course of action for everyone. is healthy and necessary for self preservation That's the kind of fear which leads a man or woman to heed a cancer warning signal and brings him or her to the doctor's office without delay But there's another kind of morbid. neurotic fear which leads to self destruction. It keeps people who are worried about possible cancer symptoms away from the doctor's office. These morbid fears wear many masks. ere's the rationalized indifference to cancer—an indifference To DisciHM Girl Scout Council at JerseyvMe JKRSEYVlLLE — The advantages of Lone Troop Areas of Girt Scouts coming into an established council win he etplained at an open meeting «t 7:30 p.m. next Tuesday in the Circuit Court room of the courthouse. Mrs. Edward M. Rhodes, chairman of the Jerseyvllle Girl Scout Associa- tion, will preside, A development committee, conv posed of delegates from a newly niKgested council area, have put much time, work and effort intw this project during the past year to bring ft to the point where If can be presented to the public. It is part of a natton-wMe move- —_^^ 1^ 0^-^^^^ AjjA *^^ ^^^^^ nNRI 10 InCnm HI HOT WOf «ftM M NfMNHtCQ fM •vy Gsv&ttf ArM oft fht m«nt coNimittfi nftt Mn> Bd- ward M. fthodn and MIPS. Jitfltw White, dalifiMi, and Mm. M Edwards Breed and Mrs. FHd Fuchs, alternates. Miss Shirley Mutchtnson Of the national field staff, working out of Chicago, Mrs. Mary Grlsham, president of the Alton-Wood ftlver Council ot Girl Scouts, and Mrs. D. F. Giverson. vice chairman of Asks Farmers Hold Livestock Price Levels A request for cwperatton at a* m farmers with a tat action to hold pricelevels on cattle, the Development Committee Rfr glon 7, Girl Scouts, will be at he meeting to present the plan* and answer questions. .. ____ • ^^^^^ DM mUff niKf NWMI of, MMf vfflt, H a Madiaon RT . MM that NFt> nwrnbtt* tit fhetr aocfctaf Mjftifprlet lewis and suuest that bers hold theiWi to®. , ^ The test hotdtnf MtkM «t fa NFD started today and wUt eoiv tinue until further notice from national NFO neadqilaiters, Rlfti ekl said. All memhers of the organlia- KNiflit <JB par' ifiOufVu* NO, 1 _ __ J°5L •fid |9i.49' ptr hundn^Mfnt on Rrtce grMn wool lamBi. Al) othff weights ami JriM ot —j,! Ji— iftMB^Uft <• »*ul Mt^B^MMb' MtfHh ftMHMWl cattle, nogi ana snttp.Bnt UBHM on relatlv* merits, Tm WFO id' vises Its members Co hoM for the prices dftfthftlned by tflft COWtty meat bargaining committed* tfnd suggests thw non-men^trt' port the M*t> efforts. ' hddtm IKSBBII .(• flp*D» which thwft wtty nofi fraN (HI commodity being held. The NTO Bald tha cattlt raft 8h«fp «*« added to tMl Mid* IWKtJon tofnake farmers' ttav gtttntfQf po^Cr ttiors f*ltn» have been compIetBd foe COfMrtrtMtton of a 320-acre Oiynt* pic Vtlligt near Tokyo to toUM contestants in the 19M Olympic Game*. 9f AWTRtTIt GOWRIlV Written ror me AnoomteQ Lite most people. I'd always' thought of cancer as a disease that heppra to fl» "(iftw fpllow" ^^ ^ tprrw ^^ p^,. until two years ago. when It;^ , frttop te havp Bn anmia ,!| happened to me. " How did I react* With disbelief, horror. In that order. The doctor advised surgery. He said: "The sooner, the better." There are no two ways about Cancer. Either you destroy it or .health checkup or to learn the| - : —'- facts about cancer thatjl (hejf Uws Tha ,. s ^ ostrich type, who prefers burying th<> Mnd to )ooking; facts jn th e eye. _,,.,..... ™ prr s th * h * le ' hearty typ? it destroys you.'So 1 didn't delay. j«'ho passes up the annual check- Unfortunately some people ««:S^ CaU ^ M0 !^ eto ^ Wsno S d not informed or are so paralyzed• . _ '"'.,,..".. by fear that they permit the !*"**• thls * rave indlviduar »«« cancer to destroy them. Theyi" out - "^ f* 1 ** *"f Pk> , monlh have a horror of cancer mat' Rffer month ' ""K"™"? »g«>nng makes them avoid the fi.^^:^ warning signals until It s just! doctor until it's too tote for core p 00 Iftte for curt> - ! —or which even sends them on a! The facts are that an annual j wretched journey to quacks, char-!health checkup saves money and* latans and purveyors of fake anxiety in the long run. Early, remedies and home cures that,detection can save your life as ; can't prossibly help them. : *eil as your savings. A clean bill! Without « single research ad- of health, which is what the vasti vance. without any new develop-.majority of people get from their! ments in diagnostic and treat- doctors, brings peace of mindi ment methods, the doctors could, and an end to nagging fears.I actually, save 85,000 more cancer One-third of all cancer patients; patients a year than the 170.000 are now being saved. One-half j they are now saving. .'could be saved by earlier detec-j The American Cancer Societyjtton and prompt, proper treatrj tells me that those 85.000 people'ment. - \ have the kinds of cancer that can Convincing people of these facts: be cured by prompt, proper treat- isn't easy. People tend to cling! ment. Their lives depend on to ingrained thought habits. • knowing what to do-and doing it That's where the mass media) without delay. come* in. They can help savei Improved communications could'lives. They can take this message save them. \\n\o every American home. They! Now this is an area I know'can help w lp e out the barriers ofj something about, after 32 years!misinformation and let the new, in radio and TV. ^optimistic knowledge about can- What i? required is an all-out cer grip the minds and hearts of; effort through all the media,Mr. and Mrs. America. j against the fear, ignorance and!. Much has been done. But so! superstition which each year kill long as 83.000 people a year diej 85,000 people needlessly—men and needlessly of cancer, much more women whom medical knowledge)remains to be done, can—should—and must save. There are barriers to overcome, i One of them is a belief in black magic and mumbo jumbo that is PRAIRIETOWN — St. Peter's; not confined to the underde- Lutheran Ladies Aid Society will! veloped areas. It exists right here.' pntprtain other societies from ! in the U.S.A.: not in the back .neighboring Lutheran Churches | hills and remote areas alone, but;with a noonday luncheon today, often in our big cities, and. sur-'and Friday in the school hall. ; prisingly enoughi even among The Walther League of the St.j some otherwise educated and in- j Peter's Lutheran Church will; telligent people. Some of these' sponsor a bake sale Saturday j men and women belies that cer-i morning at the Mount Claire j tain foods or living habits can .Shoppine Center in Edwardsville. j afford protection against cancer. Do n Schwalb. a student at Uni-i Now a certain amount of fear ;versity of HUrrais; Sarah Horst-l | man student at St. John's Col- jlege in Kansas and Justus and i Stephen Horstman, students at a NP\V Mexico College, have re- j j turned to their schools after! j spending the Easter holidays with; their parents. . , Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Dustman' md Mr. and Mrs. Walter Henke attended a dinner Sunday in hon- 'or of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Warner at St. Louis in observance of thpir 35th wedding anniver-. SHI'V. DUKE BAKERY 819 Henry Dial HO 2-2922 FRESH BAKED GOODS DAILY We Specialize in Wedding and Party Cakes Read Telegraph Want Ads Daily 1 ! NEW I Try It This Weekend I Delicious Toastedl FOOD STORES A-G Brand BREAD Prices Good April 7th end 8th Mimbtr A-G Stons Associated Qroeirt Company of St. Louis, Mo, SCOTTIES 2 ^r 450 LARGE LOAVES Soft Wave Col's A.G. Superette Brighton, 111. Phone FRontler 2-3437 College Avt. A.G. Market 3134 Collage Ave.. Alton Dial HO 5-6109 Elm Street A.G. Market Elm and AJby St»* Alton Dial HOZ-6012 Floyd's A.G. Market 3rd. and. Penning Wood River, III. Closed Wednesdays Goldman's A.G. Market 1314 Highland Alton Dial HO 5-8632 We Deliver Mart's A.G. Market 109 N. Delmar Hartford. III. Dial CL 4-6643 Uptown A.G. Market 2324 Humbert Alton, III. Phone HO 5-1211 Neuhaus A.G. Marke» 201 Shamrock St., East Alton, Ul. Dial CL 4-5214 Rain's A.G. Food Mart 232 East Elm, Alton, III. Dial HO 2-053! Smitty's A.G. Market 720 Edward*ville Road, Wood River, III. Open Sundayi and Holidays Third St. A.G. Market 130 Third St., East Alton, III. CL 4-4511 TOILET TISSUE 2 Whirt or Colors GIANT LOAVES C 2"»55 C Ti DELMONTE C&H Sug 1C A-G LIBBY DEEP 2 140*. *l"7 Can, / / 12 Oz. Can c f c n Flav-fl-Pac Cut Star-Kis) American Beauty Macaroni or • • • MORTON'S PLAIN or IODIZED A-G Sour Pitted • • • 2 26 Oz. Pkgs. A-G Sunshine VANILLA 303 Cans 12 Oz, 33° P Betty Crocker PIZZA 39" »• 80i. Cans Pound Pkgs. 303 Cans 1/2 Size Can Quart Bottle Pound Can 24 Oz. Btl. 303 Cans ic IC IC IC IC f c f c IC Birds Eye Frozen ORANGE JUICE 4^'r 2 1 ;,:: T"" MAYROSE- Frozen Foods: Banquet Pot Pies ',- -" X .:3- for FIRST and LAST CUTS Lb - CHOICE CENTER IL CUTS Lb - 1C Mayrote Thin Sliced 5r AKEItlBS o*"i THURINGER PORK ROAST PORK CHOPS Prt-Ritz Apple or Cherry Pies 2 - 89 C BACON » 53' KREY*..*..., LARGE BOLOGNA „ BRAUNSCHWEIGER ly Mi» BAf» Rib or loin A^i* Ctnrtr «fi<9i» Wtct 99 C Lb, 2 to 3 Ib. Avg 4^ C Lb, Cur» O^ C Lb. Fresh fruits and Vegetables: Birds Eye French Fried Onion Rings 2 X 27 C dox et>*+4<u* aofldlntu All pur» I«M rk, IpiCMl « SCAfONINI MILD • MEDIUM • HOT Full oi Flavorl — Every file o Delightl U. 8. NQ. t U.S. No. I—Mtdium YELLOW ONIONS (CANTALOUPES SWNACH ... ,.,."• ^^ ^^ U.S. Nt. I —»|^«B« Ruf*«t«*|tii i*r MkiAflf el aft aftafWi 29' to POTATOES . , .10*69* Still Beit Bgyl w lee Cream Special PEVELY ICE CREAM ^79* \

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