Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on January 21, 1952 · Page 6
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 6

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Monday, January 21, 1952
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ARKANSAS TUNIS, foy«niv!U«, ArkniiM.. M»nd«)f, Jqnuory 21, 19 New Medicine To Relieve Pain In Production F It i chemical twin of the famous wonder hormone, corti-. sonc. Apparently it docs some (hint's for rheumatic pains that cortisone does not do. Only limited experiments have been made with K because there has been to l i t t l e of it. The manufacture of t h i s compound, under the trade name of hydrocortone. was announced by Merck and Company, of n.ihway, N. J. Merck chemists synthesized F two years a BO. Hill makin-,' any appreciable q u a n t i t y has l a k e n Ions preparation because K is even more d i f - f i c u l t lo synthesize than cortisone. F can lie used to rcficvo rheum a t i c pains by injection directly i n t o Ihe j o i n t . II has relieved the j o i n t s in both rheumatoid and nsleo aithrilis. Cnrlisone has not been useful for often · arthritis, which is due to calcium deposits nncl mechanical j o i n t .troubles w h i l e rheumatoid is a mysterious 1 disease. · W h a t else F can do is not known yet. II is a hormone like cortisone. F is Found in the body in very small amounts the same as cortisone. F appears lo be one of t h e steps in the body's own, n a t u r a l m a k i n g or use of corti- NO WONOCR I CAN'T FIND ANYTHING l|Ul ar 1 SPENT ALL I AFTEPNOON CLEANING VOllP DRESS!:!? X»'JD PUTT INS IMF. DRAWEES \H APPLfc"-Plt"0«DEt? WHERE ARE MY BLUE Experiments Are' Sharply Limited, Supply Is Short New Yorii-f/iVA new medicine for Ihe pains of ni'lhritis, the lons- Koucht compound F, has Rune into prnfluetlon. MRS. KNOXS CROOKED AWVEI? WHO BROUGHT THE ORIGINAL CHARGES. WAS TO HAVE GOTTEN GNE-TVIIRD. JOW. BEFORE V.TH IO LUNCH, I AVE A SURPRISE TO SWCWVOJ GENTLEMEN. THE JEWELS MAD PLANTED ON THE CUSTODIAN'S BODY AND WE RECCVEPED THE REST OF THAT BOSTON EXPRESS MONEY IN SPINWEQS THAT CLEARS UP EVERYTHING, TRACY WE'RE EVEN HAPPIER THAN VOU ARE. RNANOAL RECORDS ARE! PERFECT. sone. The early h u n i n n cnscs with F REPORT CARD- EH ? Bv J. R. Williomi OUT OUR WAY B UI IS LOOKINS TCS A 6UN,V,'«ES SUtUic . 11 ·'. / I-I'M JUST THE VTELEPKONE GIRL. ) LOOK, JiSLtS, .YOU KNOW MOW M-NC, M TH(K FIltl.'A SIR. POO?. OPENS. s~~ -- Believe ft or Not/ THIS GUY COIN' / HERE? POLICE! THERE'S A HOLDUP... FRONTIER OIL OFFICE, A\AN AND FOURTH, HURRY: T* STERN Of A SHIP TRAVELS FARTHERRNOFASTfftTHANItSMW OH,SURE. OFP'CER RISHT OUT HEQE OM THE SERVICE POFtCH... I I ,·'UNDERSTAND 1 L.I'V'H/VVE A DOG ( HE5E TKAT DOESN'T ) HAVE A LICENSE /,.. IS THE MOTHER OF SOUS v* T r- EACH BOW ON JAN. Hit r« tmx HOBE nw ms ITS OWN SHU wl . * «TM£ TM?L hmmMlvWataW , ---. RorTC \ ' HAS BEEH ATTENDED BY A GROOM "' HIRED ON A SPECIAL ANNUM RETAINER FOR 1,042 YEARS/ YOUCAN'rSEEl/BUTMYGOSH.IT'OlLOOK.OONJIIERFARESOME THAT BIG /^\-f\l' THING THAT THINGS TAXPAYERS WON'T FOOT- /NOPE I SWALLOWED /STAND FOR... AND CHASING WELL,OKA.Y.. GLAD THAT'S ALL THERE WAOTOIT,.. SO LONG I WHEW.'J I'M GLAD THAT'S? I'M NOT OVER.'I SOOUKI IT IS. TI-'AT EXPLOSION YEH.DOC YOU'RE CHECKIMG WF- CAN ON HAPPENED \ 6EE IT RIGHT HI;KG...ONCI DIDN'T. OF MY PROJECT THAT DIDN'T DO 6O GOOD. PRIVATE LIFE OF BUCK I'M'COLONELS HORSE O lAR.C'-OM-ir ;,MI I 1 AWFUL.'. r wi VO'C-OOH w;r- in' MTll' TH' ROLJ1 H 3 BRlDGC : indicate one Important difference from cortisone. The new com- lid open without using both hant. f'orlunatcly, in its ast days of D'Gni curiisone. ine new vwm- r«i lunumy, in us «i ««,? 3 " L pound docs not, in the cases tried' usefulness (?), the lid had corn* thus f a r , have lo he Riven « off. continuously * cortisone. Alon;? with letters to be mailed, people on the rijule often leave notes In t h i r mailboxes. Tl ic r* notes in their mallbtxes. These such ax: ."Please honk. j. ncc.i * money order." "Please honk .so I can mail a package." . . . Or a I do/en other thinx.-'. ' mention Ml . This p a r t week I '--role my first | of t h i s bet . au5c of s n r n e thinx Junny i j foreign money order. I ta ked .to J h a t happened tn one of our rural I some of t h e other carriers about i c a r r i e r s ( Boh Thomas) last weak. · it and it stem.- that rural carriers Hc brnu: , ht out a h a n d f u l of letters don't write many of them. I his r r 0 m a mailbox, alon« with a note particular one went to Lngland. ·· · - - R.F.D. Seven ·y JACK GAULISH When I turned in the application 1 t h i n k last week vas the warmest week tliat I recall for ,this ^ aa J O I U I V I t i m e or year. I was .-:ui prised t h a l | w . A. Hinklc'Ypackages"with Mrs! there weren't any fishermen out, tf ack H itikle. It is unusual for Las Saturday I loft two oT Mrs. Hinklc's Hitikle. J there weren't any fishermen out, ^f a c k Hitikle. It is unusual for ; j a s loth Middle Fork and W c s l ^ r s Hinklc to get two package.- j fork v.-ere in perfect shape. How- j n one c t a V i b u t Mrs M Hinklc .'ever, a lot of farmers ware t a k i n g c ] carct | U D the mvsterv bv i n f o r m i a d v a n t a g e of the nice weather lu i do ihcir spring plowing. I Some of these double pasta! cards t h a t d i f f e r e n t firms are m a i l i n g out ( l i k e K£A cards), have the extra postage "mctercd in." On these cards it isn't necessary to p u t on another stamp--or leave them, plus a penny, in the mailbox. The seed catalogues have begun lo t r i c k l e in. I am glad that, up lu the present, I haven't had any baby clucks to bother with. They'll be here later, though. This air -mail parcel post figures out pretty gcrewy sometimes. It is eighty ccnTs a pound, which i.-: supposed to save the patron mnncy on packages. However, after a package weighs a^ much as nine ounce", it figures the same as a pound ( a c t u a l l y , a n y t h i n g above eight ounvcs). If it could be sent for the regular six ccnlx an ounce, it would only lake J4r. But it can't--and costs, instead, 80c. The erected on" the Gene Goff farm, has just about filled the lake il was intended to make. The new lake extends all the way up to the old j cleared up the mystery by i n f o r m - ing me t h a t it was Mrs. W i l l Hinklc's birthday. I'm pretty nosy about things, I guess. Does anyone know Mr.--. Milton McCoy or Esther McCoy? We had a letter from a lady in .Rogue River, Oregon, who has misplaced her d a u g h t e r in or around Hazel Valley. The "lady hears from her daughter occasionally hut has been u n a b l e to get one 'of her letters to the daughter. I asked all up through there last week but no one seemed to know her. If anyone know.-: where this lady lives, please tell her tn write to her mother. And Esther, when you do write, please lell your mother your address. You might drop me a card, too. as your mother sent us a letter to give you if we can get you located. Window Mrs. .1. H. Page and Mrs. L. C. Parks w i l l lie co-hostesses at » meeting of the Boston M o u n t a i n Coffee C l u b st I I a. in. Tuesday at the home o[ Mrs, Page. Mr. ,-iml Mrs. Marvin Smilli of AlamcclH. Calif., arc visiting Carl ns a e way p o e o . ., Glklns road, which divides the i Sniilh - M r - Smith, who is in the off farm from the Roman'* prop- N a v y ' is nn a 2 °- ria ' lc ' rl1 a r r l Mps " nll crty. Mr. . who is Mr. Gofl's . . . . manager out there, told me that the lake was "iO feet deep at the dam . . , And they already h a v e it stocked with .fish. Mr. Goff is also b u i l d i n g a x u p c i - d u p c r cabin on Ihe bank of trje lake. I keep forfeiting lo t h a n k Miss Esther Harris for replacing t h a t hivrntion-nf-Satan mailbox with a nice solid s t r u c t u r e . The old one was the kind t h a t looks like a chain standing up in the a i r , holding the box. I think the l i n k s are welded or something. And it --^=^^£^3, luinsr by a small u-ire or sprins. ~-^i===4^ mal'infi it impossible to pull the Cpl. ard Mrs. Holly Fortune announce the b i r t h of a son J a n - uary l.T at the Camp Chaff re Hospital. Corporal Fortune is stationed in England. Students from various grade- h a v e been selected to aid teachers in selecting uu(.standing juipns, These aides arc Gay Smith, seventh and cishlh grade?; Barbara S m i t h , n i n t h and 10th grades; and M a r y Reed and Bobby Center, 11 and 12th grade.--. Ten re-cnnditioncd typewriters have just been received for the Winslpw High School typing class. Wonderful For Half Sizes MONDA1 NIGHT 6:00 Dinner Musie 6:15 Starlight Time 8:30 News 6:45 Ozark Sports Review 7:00 Wayne King Show 7:i: GaDriel Meatier--M 7:30 Rhythmic Rendezvous 7:43 Lombardo on the Air il:no Bill Henry 8:05 Crime Fighters 8:30 BASKETBALL H u n t K v i l l e At Prairie Grove 10:00 News--M 10:15 Platter Party 11:00 Platter Party 11:30 Sign Off TUESDAT MORNING 5:30 rtise N" Shine 5:50 R.F.D. 1450 6:00 nise 'N--' Shine 6:30 Markets and Weather 6:3S Rise N" Shine 6:45 Stock T=lk Time 7:0u Koffee Kup Kspe 7:30 Olasco News 7:45 Sunrise Serenade S:DO Bob Hurlcigh 8:15 Morning Devolion 8:30 TIMES , Morning Edition R:45 H.olsum Gospel Hymns I !):00 Morninc Melodies 9:25 News--M 9:30 Take a Number 10:011 H'ood for Thought 10:15 Linda's First 1 Love 10:30 Queen for a Day 11:00 Rhythm Ranch Har.ds 11:15 Bauckajjc Commentary 11:25 Carl Smith 11:30 Church of Christ 11:4.i Musical Roundup 11:55 Market Report TUESDAY AFTERNOON 12:00 Hymns of All Churches 12:15 N'pws at Noon 12:30 Omrkwagon Jamboree ! 12:15 Riders at the Purple Sage Burnett If your figure is slightly shortoi than average, you'll be delighted with this classic frock that comes in half sizes to save you hours in altering your pattern. Versatile as can be. Pattern No. 8786 is a scw-rite perforated pattern in sizes 14 1-2, Ifi 1-2, 18 1-2. 20 1-2, 22 1-2 and S4 1-2. Size 16 1-2, short sleeve, 4V» yards of 39-inch. For this pattern, npnrt 30c In COINS, your name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Northwest Arkansas, Times, 1150 Ave. Americas. New York 19. N. Y. The new Spring and Summer Basic FASHION for women who sew will be ready for you shortly. Send 25 cents now for your copy. ' 1:00 Dixieland Malinre 1:25 News 1:30 Afternoon Varieties 'You Ihink YOU got Iroublei?! girl thrtw m« ov«r, I'vt get a *er* throat, I ow» $400 on my car..,! I" 2:00 Ladies Fair 2:25 News 2:30.Bob Poolc 3:00 Swing Session 3:30 Tune Plck'n Tim* 4:00 Tune'Pick'n Timt 4.:30 Tune Plck'n Tlm« 5:00 Stt. Preston 5:30 Sky Kin« 5:55 Cecil Brown WALT BEACH Oinrantwd Watch RtpalriHfl Wild ·nwtfi Ctoimn 1! t. enMr (rH f»TITT«VILLt, »»«. PNtM 1H« Out Diy BHTER PLUHBIN6 FOR BETTER HOMES start ot (MdD Plumbing Co. 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