Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on June 23, 1974 · Page 11
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June 23, 1974

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 11

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Estrogen Said To Cause More CHICAGO CAP) -- A study of migraine patients shows that women who take'birlh control pills or estrogens in other Forms, have more headaches than other such patients, a researcher reports. Dr. Lee Kudrow told the annual meeting of the American Association for the Study of Headache on Saturday that stopping use of the pill reduced headache frequency among most of the women. He said changing the estrogen dosage and its timing helped women taking this hormone as therapy, he said. Kudrow, director of the California Medical Clinic for Headache, studied 300 headache sufferers, 239 of them women, 62 per cent of whom were using estrogens In some form. Estrogens, a female hormone, are sometimes prescribed for postmenopausal women and for treatment of some diseases. Migraine has been associated with constriction of blood vessels in the head, and Kudrow suggested that conslrichUon of blood vessels caused by estrogens may cause migraine headaches in these women. A family history of migraine was significantly lower among women on the pill, he said, indicating that inheritance of migraine tendencies was not so important in many women as was use of the oral contraceptive. Many of these worn en did not suffer from migraine until after they started using the pill, the physician reported. Seventy per cent of the wom- n using oral contraceptives towed a marked reduction or eadache frequency after they oppcd taking Ihe pills, al* lough this often did not occur Northwert Arkoneai TtMH, Sun., June SS, W4 rAVITTIVILLK, «mUM«*» · 1TA until four weeks after discontinuation. The TIMES I* On Tep of The Newi Seven Day* a Week! with tnik .11 (1. "onk. kl.d. ih.rf inUt Evelyn Hills Shopping Center 4434591 (TIMESphoto by Ray Gray) HONORED FOR 20 YEARS SERVICE TO FAYETTEVILIJ5 .. .(I. to r.) Clyde Osburn, Lynn Turner, Bud Rhine and Clarence Osburn 42 City Employes Receive Service Awards Forty-two city employes were honored at the annual employe picnic at Walker Park Saturday night. Twenty-year awards went to Clyde Osburn of the sanitation department, Carstin Turner of buildings and grounds, Clarence Osburn of the street department and Troy (Bud) Rhine, a shop employe. Receiving 15-year service Area Students Complete Orientation The Fifth session of Freshmen Orientation was held June IS and 20 on the University of Arkansas campus in Fayetteville. Among those students attending were: Donald Uphold, Kimburlic Sue Salsbury, and Bettie Gale Carter, all of Elkins; Vickie Florer, Helen Lolene Wallace, Gail MacDonald Brannon, Charles Roger Dixon, Taraneh Ilami, Stephen Paul Jones, Michell A. Kalian, Susan Janette Kirk, Jeffrey Knight, Robert Mark Prengcr, Mary Alice Ramay, John B. Smith, Jr., Charles Alan Brown, Joan Elliott Driver, Anne Bryan Hucke, Ueslie S. Ijedbclte'r,. Christopher Lee Liner. Dahlgren Patrick, Lynn Ellen Scott, Pamela Kay Walden, Barry Bramlett, Gary Franklin Atha, Patricia Fraley, Brenda Kaye Hannah, all of Fayetteville; Keith Felix Martin of Greenland; Cindy Thomas and Darlene Reeves, both of Lincoln; Ginger Diane Rhoacis of Prairie Grove; John David Webb, Karen Cunningham, Andrew G a r r e 11 Russell, John Christopher R y a n , Donald Uphold, David Lee Williams, James R. Short, all of Springdale. awards were Paul Logue and Carl Springston of the fire department, policemen Joe Black and Forrest Law son and E. D. Connell of the water and sewer department. Ten year awards went to policemen fi^ie Phillips and Paul Wood; Delbert Bolinger and Bill Hutchinson of the street d e p a r t m e n t ; Calvin Mounce of the sanitation d e p a r t m e n t ; fireman Bill Boudrey and George Pense of the water and sewer department. Honored for five years service were firemen Jack Boudrey, Darrell Judy, Charles Lewis, Dennis Mullens. Troy Osburn, and Larry Poague; policemen Ronald Haskins, Bill Foster, Larry McCawley and Eldon Roberts; Sanitation workers Wilburn Clevcnger, James Drain, Carl FiUs Lester Hankins, Darrel Lackey, Tommy Stone and Thomas Durrell; water and sewer workers Harold Blake, Paul Mattke, William Pond, Lee Sharp and John Tucker; Leon Crawford of the city shops; James Jones and Gary Osburn of the street department and Jim 1 Johnson of the meter department. Camp Open LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- Aldersgate United Mcthodisl Camp will serve more than 500 persons this week in 10 prp- f rams, a camp spokesman said aturday. The camp opened its summer programs June 16. Among the programs to be offered are those for senior citizens, foster children, children receiving Aid to Families with Dependent Children and others. Philosopher Dies PARIS (AP) - Jean.Wahl, a major French philosopher and poet who was associated closely with Jean Paul Sartre's existentialism theory, has died one month after his 86th birthday. Wahl's household said, the noted teacher, who once gave Sartre a failing grade in his course at Paris Sorbonne. died Friday. The cause of death was not announced. Although Wahl taught existentialism, he insisted he belonged to no fixed philosophical school. r*UiH Mrs. Bert Guidry is pleased to welcome her son Bert Wayne Guidry as part of the firm. His past business experience will help to continue their fine service to the Northwest Arkansas area. Only The Best Will Do For the Woman In Your Life '50 OFF This is a special version of 1he Viking 6000 SewinK Machine which now ntlowj anyone with defective vision to enjoy sewing on all types of fabrics -- the modern double-touts, sweater kmt3 awiinsuits, lingerie, fake fur» ind leather. ' NEW K»I*fd symbol to adjust tension ·no pressure or\ preu«r foot. 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