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March 4, 1952

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 10

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THATS NO FAJR-r THE SOFA. WHILf I ANSWER THE PHONE OKAX FPCD, -WWAlTDASWOOO, HO.P THANKS FOB J THE PHOME--MY WIFE CALLING-- v v-j wiANTs TO TALK COOO-BVE K _^i TO BlOMPiE HOW : PASWOOO, FREO WANTS TO TALK TO ·VOU · ON THE PHONE JUNIOR WAS RIGHTf I TELL. HIM WHERE IS SWING? I SHOULD UELP THE POUCE GET LARPV.' I SHOULD Htf/E.THE POUCE TAKE yOU,TOa\OUl5E NOT REAL RtRENTS-MXrtJE BUMSf VOU'RE TO BLAME FOR LARRY'S FIX. VOU-- TWOf Merry-Go-Round Treatment Of Cancer Shows Success Signs Cincinnati-(;P)-An, X-ray merry-go-round has knocked out cancers In dozens of apparently hope- less'cancer patients, the second National Cancer Conference *as told today. Some have no signs of cancer two years later. But it's too soon to call any of them cured/ The merry-go-round is a revolving chair. The patient sits, in it while a powerful two-million- volt X-ray beam is aimed at his hidden cancer., As the patient ipins slowly, the beam conccn- ;rates on the cancer. The spinning ncans less damaging X-rays on lis skin -nd healthy tissues, and thus a bigger dose hitting the cancer. - * f The merry-go-round method G. cer, and some have hcen clear for one to two years. But cancer isn't considered, cured until at least five years have passed with no recurrence. For'---seven have died, some of oilier diseases; 19 have cancers that spread, -'12 have persistent cancers and in five the cancers returned. Another 46 are under treatment still or finished it too recently to.be called free of the disease. Volunteers Roily To Surprise Drill New York-(/P)-More tbar 80,000 civilian volunteers were called into action for the first time without advance warning yesterday in a 12-statf air raid exercise staged by "le Eastern Air Defense. Force. The volunteers apparently took Trump and associates of Massa- chuselts Institute of Technology in research supported by the Amer- can Cancer Society^ Patients arc the surprise drill in st-ide as the chosen and treatment guided by duty stations at ob- Dr. Hugh F. Hare,, radiologist of he Lahey Clinic in Boston. Details of results in the first 27 months with the merry-go-round Pone Observes Birthday beam.were disclosed at the open- ng of the National Cancer Confer- Vatican City-ypJ-Pope Pius XII once, bringing together more than marks his 76th birthday and the nd physicians to report latest ad- .o the papal throne at a ceremony EIrod Is Candidate Little Rock-(fl|-Scn.'Tiussell El- advanced' cancer that couldn't be rod of Siloam Soring cut out or treated with usual Xray methods. : : Today, 157 have no signs of can- rcnorr.ination from the First dis- ncl, composed of Carroll Counties. OUT OUR WAY By J. R. William* :/ WHEN A CAK. SPLASHED VDU, VOL) DELIBERATELY MctJVED TO AMOTHER. THE WORRV WART NOW LOOK, FtltAi I MIHIY WWC OUT OFOM'MO UNDID AT THE CMIV MOUSE I COULD FNP. THCH VOU UT FICT TO MY PLANE AND- ltelieve K orAbt/ CAN VOU ARRANGE · MATCHES TO TOTAL 10 tH KXmOH - SUBTRACI10N-MUlTIIH.iaT)ON ·» DIVISION f Tomcrroiu") 35ES SMS HALED BY THE BURMESE THEMSELVES AS THEIR IWST SKILLED NATIVE DANCER KBCMLVM ANP HAVS IT )l yes, SIR.SHE LL DELIVERED,/SH*ivE , T |N AN TO DAISV DUCK.' · -- - « ffiStt WELL. DAISX / SPLENDIP.' HOW DID MV I IT'S ALMOST LITTLE eiPT / AS PRETTV SEE.JUST THE THI AS A RUN/ Sraffordshir*, BUILT 8Y W WILBRftHSM FAMILY IN I7M TO GIVE ITS LAND AN AIR OF ANTIQUITY COW W T T H A . CLUB AMP SftkDE SobmiWh, oommt/wni MM Akin/.Ini. PRIVATE LIFE OF BUCK ALL HGHT,RX)2Y, / WELL.WHAnAYOO OH, ALL RIGHT,..! IF HOULISWANT6 SAYP8HAO.L WE BE/STILL THINK f'3 WELL . DO vou 7 YES; OOOL A THINK HOLLI3 I'M QUITE SURE VOU THE OPPORTUNin 1OPIUVEMEWRONQ WEptHN MAY AH AX? S-SO'iO'DO, S^CK.HE DONY /, FUTURE fNCWNOTHIW' VBOUTIT-VCT5 RIGHTS'-AN AH WOULDN'T HAIN'T ONE T SPEWDNO ^TOSSVOREMONEN NICKEI, A DAY, V AROUND. RENTIN'NO | CARELESS-LIKE,? WEDDIN'SUIt ONLESS THAR WAS GONNA l^*r~^.',-f':\ BE A WEDDIN'. f . HK C T'CWSV MAKE MAE.- /OP HIS A In* limt iht pklu to txwl him out for gtitinf horn n ihff o'clock (hit motnin|!" Balloon-Like Alpacas Get Sympathy Of Traveler, But He Won't Go Near Them (This ip one of a scries Ed Van-* deventer Is writing about his trip through South America.)' By ED VANDEVENTER Duenos Aires--I had heard and read a lot aoout the giant condors of South America, b u t . n e v e r had seen one until I v.'eht to the zoo yesterday. You ie.tr, reach the zoo by riding the subway. They are the largest of birds, unless you call an ostrich a bird. At-least they are the largest that fly. They can tear a man's'arm off or carry away a-limb. Many strange animals from P?tagonia are in the zoo. .There are jack rabbits without tails. The Alpacas from Peru won my. sympathy. They are a bit ta.'^r than the average cow--two or :hree times as broad--and appear "ike inflated balloons, I guessed .heir wool at four inches in length. I surely. \s'asn't going to get clo.se enough to measure it. They .cannot live long in t h i s murderously hot temperature. The Incas tamed them and made them the sheep of the empire. Tamed By Incat Ni-ar them are the llamas--called ya-nias here. They were wilder than "Tubby" Shultz of. the 13th tee at the Country Club. But through the centuries the Incas thorough!; domesticated them. The llamas were no good for carrying men, as none can support a load in excess of 40 pounds, "o the Incas never had seen men riding an animal until Pizarro arrived with 00 me., on horses. The Incas supposed the horses had't'.vo heads- one animal and one mnn-like. They were dumbfounded when the men dismounted. l The llama, has a height, slightly | in excess of that of -\ cow. I felt sorry for the poor pen- quins in that excessive heat. They are accustomed to standing on ice. There are no pebbles nearby, so he stately males couldn't ask in proper penquin fashion 'for the 'avors of their lady loves. Buckner* Mrs. Bill Tuck and children,- Betfy, Billy and Charles, and MIES Ruth Burns spent this weekend visiting with Mrs. Maudie Burns' and family in St. Louis, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. Claud Atkisson entertained at dinner Sunday for Mr. and Mrs. Lester Atkisson and daughter, Marsha Sue, of Rogers,Mrs. Emma 'Sharrock " and Mrs. Eula Osborne. Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Lawson of Richland View were guests of-''Mr, -, and Mrs. Garland 'Lawson, Sunday. Weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ernst Von Erdmonnsdorff were Mr. and Mrs. Bill Quantz, Mrs.'· Buclah Shumon of Lawton, Okla., and Mrs. Roy Bradley of Diamond, ' Mo. Mrs. Keith Bobbins and Mrs. Lucretia Mhoon received prizes, given on Woman's .Day in Fayetteville,- Friday. Ballard Drake is. building a 2,500 capacity chicken house. Mrs. Billy Drake was a guest of Mr.'and Mrs. Wiley Sandlin and family in .Fayetteville Sunday. " To Investigate Gambling Hope, Ark.-Wj-Gambling 'in Hempstead County is expected to .be investigated when the Grand Jury goes into special session here March 10. ( I'm having so much fun down here that I go about humming or iinging softly. 1 was humming as walked into a men's spurts store to buy si cks, and two c'.erks advanced, smiling eagerly and spoke the only English words they knew: "Jingle Bells." ·Can you beat.lt? With the temperature well above IOC, I had to sing .the famous ChrsHmas song for tlwm. Then girls came from Ihe women's department to listen. "Huy biieno!" they exclaimed. "Ahora Irene (no\y Irene)." 'So I ?ave them "Goodnight, Irene," ihe mos* popular. U. S. song throughout South America.. Fayrtteville'a "Crow«-by" When ,1 finishcd,..thcy shouted: "Beens Crows-by"--the E's and the 0 long. Youse'guys ami gals in Fayetteville may not consider me a good vocalist, but in Santiago, through the lakes district of South Chile anc'. here I am called "Been? Crov.'s-by." · And'the star from the New York Opera Company addressed all; her notes to me, "el picaflor" ( t h e hurr.ming bird) became of the. Ar- gentTM song'I. sang in which"the braggart' ixiasts "Quo voy 'acerle si-soy pic.-flor" (What can I do as 1 an- a humming'bird,'flitting from lips to I.'DS). I had to give an encore .when I wen 1 back to the store for my slacks. KGRH TUESDAT P. M. 6:00 Dinner Music «:15 Starlight Tim» . . 8:30 News 6:45 Ozarks Sports Review '7:00 Wayne King Show 7:15 Gabriel Heatter--M 7:30 Rthymic Rendezvous ,7:45 Lombardo on the Air 8:00 Bill Henry 8:05 Official Detective 8:30 Mysterious Traveler 9:00 News 9:05 Story of Dr. Kildart 9:30 Just Music 10:00 News--M 10:15 Platter Party 10:45 Platter Party 11:00 Platter Party lf:30 Sign Off Always A Favorite WEDNESDAY A. M.-5:30 Rise 'n Shine 5:50 R.F.D. 1450 6:00 Rise N' Shine S 6:30 Markets ana Weather 6:35 Rise N' Shine ' 7:00 Koffee Kup Kaperf 7:30 Otasco News 7:45 Koffee Kup Kapcrs 8:00 Robert Hurletgh--M 8:15 Morning Devotions 8:30 Times Morning Edition 8:45 Holsum Gospel Hymns 9:00 Morning Melodies »:25 News--M 9:30 Take A Number 10:00 Food for Thought 10:15 Linda's First Love 10:30 Queen for a Day 11:00 Rhythm Ranch Hands 11:15 Bauckage Commentary 11:25 Carl Smith Sings 11:30 Church of'Christ 11:45 Musical Roundup ^ "1:55 Market Peports By Sue Burnett the most popular style of all-the charming shirtwaist dress designed here expressly in half sizes. This time-saver for the shorter figure has a soft rolled collar, simple gored skirt. ,Pattern No. 8750 Is a,scw-rlto perforated pattern In sizes 14 1-2 16 1-2, 18 1-2, 2(1 1-2, 22 1-2, 24 1-2! Size 18 1-2, short sleeves,' 314 yard* of 39-Inch. For thli pattern.- tend 30e In COINS, your name, addreii. tin dealred, and the PATTMN HUMBER to Sue Burnett, NorthwMt Arkaniat, Timet, I1S6 Art. Amtr- tcan, New York It, N. V. Basic FASHION for '.12 Ij filled with Ideas lo make your clothes budiet RO further -- time-savint and economical deilinn that are «**y to «ew. O|ft pattern prlnte* Inilde. U cmta. ' WEDNESDAY P. M. 12:00 Hymns r" All Churches 12:15 News at Noon · 12:30 Chuckwagon Jamboree 12:45 Riders of the Purple Sage 1:00 Dixieland Matinee 1:25 News 1:30 Afternoon Varieties 2:00 Ladies Fair 2:25 News 2:30 BASKETBALL State Tournament Fayetteville Vs. Lavaca 4:00 Tune Pick'ri Time. 4:30 Tune Pick'n Time 5:00 Green Hornet 5:30 Wild Bill Hickok 5:55 Cecil Brown MOORE'S FUNERAL CHAPEL 2 YEAR ROSE BUSHES 55c (rider Bros, Nursery GREENLAND. ARK. WALT BEACH

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