lyroidbla To Avoiding Serious Operation , M a Y k e'd Increase of Iodine Noticed After Operations o.n P v a- tients Not Suffering from Thyroid t)isease. CLEVELAND, 0., Sept. 14.—INS •—America's men of chemistry wera told yesterday that the thyroid gland may be the key of avoiding many serjous operations, Much interest was manifested yesterday's session of the American Chemical Society's eighty-eighth meeting in the paper, presented by Dr. D. Roy McCullagh of the Gleve land Clinic Foundation, on thyroid activity, "This gland," he said, "is the only tissue in the body known to contain large quantities of iodine. , Therefore, it is reasonable to believe the source of iodine ,in the blood -is the thyroid. "It has been shoAvn that when the thyroid gland is diseased and overactive, iodine in the blood is increased," he pointed , put. "The cause of excessive activity of the thyroid is not known, and the most satisfactory method so far devised for its control is surgical removal of a part of the gland. "Our researches are a portion _ of a large program of studies in which methods of depressing and stimulating thyroid activity are being investigated," he declared. "If sufficient knowledge could be gained of _methods of controlling thyroid activity it might be possible to avoid many serious operations." He pointed out that following surgical operations, in the' case of patients not suffering from thyroid disease, there is a marked increase In the amount of iodine in the blood. The scientists will bring their meeting to a close tomorrow after visiting industrial plants in Cleveland and Akron. Response, Mrs. Ifvin Bart, Clymer Grange. Reports of Deputies. Reports front Mid'Atlantic Le6* turer's Conference. ".. • : Noon Recess Lecturer's Conference at 1:00 o'clock. A'fternodtt Session, 1:30 O'clock Program given by Jettison County Pomona Grange, presenting tht traveling gavel. V. E. Cam lecturer. Evening Session, 7:30 O'clock Closed Music, Marion Center Orchestra. Play, Penn Run Grange. Ladies Quartette, Brush Valley Pomona Grange • Pomona Grange No. 58 will meet with Marion Center Grange at Community Park. Marion Center, Thursday, September 27. The program follows: Morning Session, 10:00 O'clock Opening in the 5th degree. Roll Call of officers (name Favorite Flower). Address of Welcome, B. F. Sterling. Grange. Address, "Some Phases of the Liquor Problem," Rev. Charles E Held, Brush Valley Grange. _ Vocal Duet, Mrs. Beatrice Rankin, Miss Ruth Kunkle, Shelocta Grange. Music, Marion Center -Orchestra. Pageant, Marion Center Grange Mrs. W. D. Black, director. Unfinished Business. Closing of Grange. ; Business Session. All visiting patrons, will be enter-' tained at the noon luncheon at the: churches as the guests of Indiana County "Pomona Grange. Any Indiana County patrons who do not wish to bring baskets and wish to make reservations at 35c per plate should notify the Secretary at least one day before the Pomona 'meeting. The menu—Roast beef, potatoes, dressing; buttered beets, sliced tomatoes, apple sauce, lemon cream pie. H. C. Kunkle, Master; Flora Fritz Henderson, Lecturer; J. W. Warner, Secretary. BECK WILL NOT BE UP FOR RE-ELECTION WASHINGTON, Sept. 14—(INS) —Rep. James M. Beck (R) of Penn sylvania, one of the most severes critics of new deal policies on Capi tol Hill, today with drew his bi( for reelection on his belief that h can help "in his great cause more effectively in the federal courts." He is regarded a foremost con- stitutialist among the lawyers in congress and once served as solicitor-general. In announcing his retirement from the house, even thouhg he has already been nominated for re-election,' Beck bitterly criticized congressional procedure. He said congress has ceased to be a deliberative body and has become a "rubber stamp" for the executive. He said congress has not only SATURDAY SPECIALS BOTTLES OF BEEH 49C To Take Out QUART STYLE FISH BOWLS The biggest glass of beer in town. .Come to the Royal and get acquainted. 15c TASTY SANDWICHES! Royal Tavern Opposite Hit/. Theatre : y$£^}ta*MftlHiMiit!*iii^^ ''' **'•."*- - "' '.. , - ' ' * is te Department of Comment Bldg., Washington, D. C,— home of the V. & Patent Office. * ''••'•' x^« Chesterfields are liAe Chesterfields W HEN a trade-marki, is registered, it means that no one else can use the same name and i:he same package for the same kind of product. To us the Chesterfield trade-mirk means that every Chesterfield is manufactured by the same formula, and © 19M, X.IOCBTT & MYIRS TOBACCO Co. "unlawfully delegated in the presi-1 public questions or even to offer an dent its chief legislative powers" amendment to proposed legislation." but has "denied to the minority any "Under present conditions con- adequate opportunity to debate gress is merely a rubber stamp for the executive," Beck charged, and to be one-four-hundredth part of a rubber stamp no longer appeals to me." Royar Family of Munitions Faces Senate Probers Pour members ot America's royal 1 armament family, the du Fonts, here are shown as they appeared before the Senate committee Investigating munitions. The probers learned that the du Pont Co. of Delaware, alter rolling up a war-time business of $1,245,000,000, tod, In one of Us most prosperous years, protested a federal munitions levy. The four du Fonts, representing the greatest aggregation of wealth before a congressional committee since J. P. Morgaj and his directors sat In the Senate room, are pictured above, left to right, Felix, Irenee, Larrmot and Pierre du Pont. AST INJE PREVEN' in every way absolutely the same in each and every package you buy. That means that every Chesterfield is like every other Chesterfield—not like any other cigarette ... —the cigarette that's milder —the cigarette that tastes better —the cigarette that satisfies CTIONS OF SERUM TO INFANTILE PARALYSIS 22 Children, Including Sons of Noted Immunologist Human "Test *- Tribes" — No fects Noted. Ill Ef- Dr. Kolmer's first successful demonstration of the serum was made public several weeks ago when the pathologist revealed he and Miss Anna M. Rule, a laboratory assistant, had taken the injections with no apparent ill effects. PHILADELPHIA, Sept. 14.—TN'S. —Twenty-two children^ including the two sons of Dr. Joh|n A. Kplmer, noted immunologist, tpday hacl received their final injections of the scientist's poliomyelitis serum, a vaccine to prevent "infantile paralysis." I According to Dr. Kolmer, none of the young volunteers in the battle against "infantile paralysis" has suffered any ill effect! from the injections. The children were given their first injection three weeks ago, the second last Wednesday and the thin 1 and final injection Wednesday after noon. Tests to definitely [establish the! immunity to poliomyelitis will be prepared by placing a small qaunti ty of blooS from each) child in a tes tube containing active firus of the disease. The combined mixtire will be in jected into the brain of a monkey A four-passenger glider,!said be first of its kind ever built, been constructed by two Akron, men. It was built during their s time over a period of 18 months is equipped with wing flaps to late the lifting power. 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