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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 12

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tf 2 MMTMWat AMANUI MM. I W«dnMd«», AnflMt II, rtt) Panel "Mm" DbMbHflM Of Disease; Geography Affects Cancer's Prevalence Washington - (f] - The preva- , Icnce of cancer varies in different countries and under different con-1 ditioiiE. the 17th International ; Geographical Congress was told today. ] for example, the delegates were ! told, cancer of the lung does not exist in Iceland nr Korea; stomach cancer is not at common in England as on the continent o f ! huMonT'd' Detwec " d 'L* O|S !R =y C re clrnti" '" ^"'"^ 0-'Africa, Indochina, India, Ma world; and cancer of the hase of the tongue is relatively frequent in certain communities in India. The cancer fuels were a highlight of the first report of the "Commission on Medical Geography" of the International Geographical Union -- a commission which Is making . a. . \yorld-widc systematic study of the possible . Dr. Jacques May of New York. director of nodical sludics of the I ei"ht years. .American Geographical Society,] In large part, this has been to .said the commission's first aim i s ' a c t as. » walking advertisement to "map" the distribution of all I for the Marines. diseases throughout the world. . He asserted that "geographical factors" may be paramount in the distribution of disease. She is i colonel in the corns, director of the women Marines. They announced tlie other day that she will retire next year to become the de«n of women at the After Sylvester Graham invent- University of California. That's l a n d introduced bread mad- her alma mater. She comes from from "unbolted flour" -- known [ Towle. Culif.. a town founded by »s graham bread -- bakers started I her trandfather riots and threatened his life if h e ] "Kayl" as they call her nut continued to manufacture the unpopular product. II is believed t h a t the first locomotive used for heavy hauling was built in England in ISO]. JftKM/I AN' NH qUU.*l*HCT W2U., M JU»T Wl*THmp TOO ITMUU CONVeNTON»»-/ OlMtt IT to* WHY Nt rot? BPN5 DISOBEDIENT AND K0T WM0IMS SOUR MOTHEP N --IYOJ SET.-. WJP ALLOV.'A.^CE ,--· THIS VJECK , THAI lava. Indonesia and the Philippine FKEftHIN YOUR TASTI! MBVMHILE.ON BQ PLEWTYS INSISTENCE TmrwEHEEPED ornc^^s^p 5 ^ /WHAT USTUlKINTMISaS IP THflCV KICKED OFF H« TBOUStBS TO ENABLE HIM BETTER AND TMAKE IT- Sp e . rmjnt Enjoy iti lively, delicieut (Uvor CooU mouth -fre»how ttttt. Swell to chew -Miytime! OUT OUR WAY Iv J. R. Williomt IWiUTitMYPONXiY, [ MY OWN ANO MY THni SOWS TO «»« M T« «MM TWY ttm. /* , HERE'S O W i l f i N MOMSNT TO SHOW WMAT VI CM 00, BILL. All'S HMOLIN«THE CROWD. WTll DO , THE FLYINS. WAOY: 40 HAMS SWMeWi WSTERN RANGtUWDS DURNG » PtftlOO OFOHW1WEEKS MUP5U.0M.OOAOM AWD 1C THAT BREAKS, of Glendale. Calif. BLIND FOR 2 YEARS REGAINED HIS VISION WtN HE »*$ KUSfD WBK BORH IN 1h SAME TOWN ·ON Tie SAME MV »m CELEBRATED THEIR TOETHER A OO6SN / TH' WILL BK / QUEEN TO ACHtlVE HWTORICAL IMMORTALITY BROTHER WHOMS WHAT? THE WAOGN1NC. PATIGUK 1 HAVE ENSL/»/tD, 9HALL RtGAIN Ht5 FREEDOM...A A KINGDOM! KNOWN TO THOSE WIO 9PUNO 1OO MANY D(W5 ON THE BACK OF CA.MELJ I ew« you 120 for WHAT mtmorv courw? Colonel Of Women Marines Turns Men's Heads; Members Of Organization Learn How To Work; Many Join Up For A Future B.r RELMAN MOMIN New York-l/Pi-Katherine Towle is on" of those women who make you look twice, even when the bride Is.hanging on your arm. She is tall, slim. srey-haired and handsome. Her eyes arc blue, cool and appraising. Heine feminine to her finger tins, she seldom mentions her several tini- i.. ~".~ --·' ""·" ""·" nirn, versify degrees, nor what she has ! he Percentage of .personal disa.,- been doing the past seven or | J n TM £TM£ t * e Ilrger t h l n u is '" Do the professional officers' treat them as equals? "Most of them," .says Colonel Towle. "There are still s few old- timers around who don't But' they're learning." weeks do for a girl. Does a tour in the service de- fominize a girl? Nothing-makes 'em more «njrv than that-question. Definitely not any officer in anv branch--WACS WAFS, WAVES or Marines--will lell you. They say that if you nut 1,000 women in a factory, or anv . place where they work with men I "Kay!" as they call her there, was un to her rychrnu literature in years aso whi-n our "hare of the war was getti der way. i Misi divert Prepires j To Prove She's French I Santa Monica, Calif..(/p).Movie I Actr "; Cormne Calvet has filed. 1-11 o u r ' " million-dollar slander su^i ing un- j JSa" 1 *' Z" Z" Gabor, Hungarian i beauty. Miss Calvet said a gossip j columnist quoted Mis* Gabor as I saying: "This Corinne Calvet I not a French girl, as she The day for women Marines ,,,,, , T rencn ,,,, . .tarls at 5 a m . , and brother, for SPnts herseU C?lvet £ ' the next 14 hours, thev labor! i English girl who couldnY^vin They get.discipline and they learn I speak French a few years ago" ' manners. You may have noticed ! Such statements. 'Miss . Caivpl that the average woman in uni- declared in her complaint yester- form is at home in almost any company. They learn how to walk and talk, and how to be »s com- day, are "false and scandalous" and were uttered "with the intent' of injuring the plaintiff person- The Marines lay before them a i future, in terms of education, and i even a career if that's what they ! want. The colonel's niece. Clare j Bullitt. is studying journalism. | As you probably know, there j are four general reasons why wo- ! men enlist. For some, it is purely | question of patriotism. For j many, it if a malter of financial I On The Radio . New York - [/Pj . Listening tonight: - vi 0 , ; NBC · fi Lombardo Summer security. Others, who have not I Serenade; 7 What's My Line: 7:.in been able to afford a college odu- I The Great Gildersleeve; g Grouchn ration, go into uniform in order · Marx. l ° "' '· - j CBS - 7 Hearthstone Drama: n Still others, frankly, are look- . Yours Truly. Johnny Dollar; 8:30 ing for a husband. And why not? 'Steve Allen Show. A great many girls, even work- ! ABC - 7 Postmark. USA; 7:3CT ing girls, complsin they d o n ' t ' Valentino; ft Mr. President' meet any men. Or Ihe kind.they , MRS - 7 Music fpr Hall Hour, | 7:30 The Great Day Show; 8:05 1 Out of the Thunder. That problem, generally speaking, doesn't exist, for the women n the services. They are in a position to.look over the hovr.. and hrow the indelible types back in the sea. The Marines needed women, and she wch't in. Five years later, they put eagles on her shoulders. The'new colonel was feeling pretty good about those chicken winks until a certain day in an elevator. A dear little old lady peered at the emblems and said: "I suppose that means you're » member of one of the bird-watchers societies. How nice! I just love birds, myself." A«.eHw» tm the TORS--It KQRH Well.- the colonel doesn't take I herself very seriously, but even ' «:00 Cherry Talkathon «:1S Stirlifht timt 1:30 Newt · :45 Ourk Sport* Mevtow 7:00 Wayiu King Show 7:15 Cherry Talkathon .. , , . -- i.i.i *_,nei i v j aiiiainf n t h o u g h , she it returning to her 7:3n R ^ hmic Rmdetvou, O \ V n CnOcon fmlri che etil! IE »\U _ .. - . . own chosen field, she. still is sold on the armed services as a career for women. | There are 2.600 women Marines | now. Their equivalent of "boot · camp" lasts six weeks, and then ; they EO' on to greener fields. They j have some latitude of choice. I It's amazing what those six · Sew-Smart For Dates 7:45 Lombardo on the Air S:00 Bill Henry (5:05 Salute to the Nation 8:30 Family Theatre 9:00 Music for a Half Hour 9:30 The r.reat Day Show 10:00 News 10:1S Platter Party 10:30 Platter Party v j 11:00 Platter Party 11:SO Sign Oft 1MI By Sue Burnett Look your very prettiest on sp«ial dress-up occasions in this collarlfss date frock that has an important up-to-the-minute air. A row of liny buttons finishes th» waist--pin * lay bouquet on one' shoulder. | Pattern No. RDM is a «rw-rilC' perforated pattern in sizes 12 M I 1(1, 18. 20; 40, 42. Size 14, 4 vards of .19-Inch. For thu pittern. lend 30c for F.ACH, in COINS, your name, ad- Ana, lites rt«ir«cl, «nd the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, NorthwMl Arkaniu Tlmei, 11M Av«. Amcrku, N*w York M, N. Y. n*«d.v for you now -- Baiic FASMtON Mr '32, Full «nd Wln- 1»r. Thl» new Issue it filled with id«n for im«rt, practietl Mwlni l(l«i.i (e,r · n« w tftsnn: lift pattern print* UUM* Uw hook, Ik. 1 THDMDAT MOCNDfO «:M Riw N'Shin* 5:50 R.F.D. 1450 «:0fl Else N' Shine R:30 Marked and We*th« 6:35 Rise N' Shine 7:110 Koffe* Kup Kaptri 7:oO Morning News 7:45 Koffee Kup Kapert 8:00 Robert Hurleigh--M 8:15 Morning Devotion «:30 TIMES Morning Edition A:4$ Holsum Gospel Hymns fl:00 Morning Melodies 9:15 Paula Stone Show »:30 Take a Number 10:00 Food for Thought 10:15 Random Rhythms 10:30 Queen for a Day 11:00 Rhythm Ranch Hands 11:15 Rauekage Commentary 11:25 News ll:3fl Cht-rch of Christ 11:45 Musical Roundup 11:55 Markets TRVtSDAT APTIINOOM 12:00 .Tordanairos 12:15 News at Noon 12:30 Chuck Wagon .lamborw! ' 12:45 Riders of the Purple Sag* 1:00 BASF.BALI, New York Giants Vs. Brooklyn Dodgers 2:00 Afternoon Varieties 2:30 Afternoon Varieties 3:00 Swing Session *:45 Tune Pick'n Tinw 4:00 Tune Pick'n Timt 4:30 Tune Pick'n Tim* 5:00 The Merry Mnilmnn 5:30 Songi, of the B-Bar-B V50 News tt GALLON Vnilli ki 6k

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