The Minneapolis Star from Minneapolis, Minnesota on September 5, 1941 · Page 2
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Minneapolis, Minnesota
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Friday, September 5, 1941
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PAGE 2 MINNEAPOLIS STAR JOURNAL- Friday, September 5, 1041 'MEDIUM' IS BEST OF ALL 'Bad' Temper May Be Better Than 'Good' EVANSTON, ILL. (Special) "Bad" tempers are often better than "good" ones, but a medium temper is the best of all. That was the report which two Northwestern university psychologists made today at the nation- al convention of the American Psychological association being held at Northwestern this week. Dr. Graydon L. Freeman and Ernest Ifaggoril tested 20 boys, emotional arousal by playing a game in which, like professional RECORDS SET AT CO-METIC CLUB'S SHOW When the fourth annual Co-metic club show ends at Radisson hotel at 9 p.m. today, new records for number of exhibitors, attendance and total sales will have been chalked up. More than 500 druggists and store buyers will have viewed the exhibits by 40 of the nation's best known cosmetic and toiletry goods manufacturers. Buyers included one from New York city and another from Fresno, Calif., with the majority from Minnesota, Wisconsin, Iowa, Michigan, and North and South Dakota. TOTATOES VS. POTATOES JOPLlN, MO. J. E. Rowe and John Thompson decided to test the ancient theory that the moon has something to do with the planting of potatoes and the way they thrive. So Rowe planted some in the dark of the moon and Thompson tried his on the light side. The dark won, one bushel to three-fourths. gambling, they could not win. Emotional reaction was studied by means of measurements of the perspiration on the palms of the hands. Muscular reactions also were studied, to determine what sort of action the boy attempted to counteract his losses. The conclusions reached by Freeman and Haggard were: "I The original nervous pers- piration of an Individual ha no relation to his hehavior during periods of anger. 2 In a stressful situation, the person who reacts outwardly shows a temper will a II DNDRED GUEST W DISTINGUISHED HOMES SPAIN ACTS TO SPEED TRIALS, REVIEW CASES MADRID CP) A government decree requiring speedier trials and other safeguards for arrested persons gave hope of freedom today to tens of thousands of Spain's Civil war prisoners who have been held for months or years without a hearing. The decree requires judicial approval for any Imprisonment of more than 24 hours, trial within six months, and establishes military commissions to review the cases of all persons already held that long without trial. Mr. Lundeen to Get $10,000 From Airline WASHINGTON , W Mrs. Norma Ward Lundeen will receive $10,000 damages for the death of her husband, Sen. Ernest Lundeen of Minnesota, In an airplane crash near Lovettsville, Va., Aug. 31, 1940. The damages were provided in a consent verdict In her suit against the Pennsylvania Central Airlines, Inc. Lundeen was a passenger on a plane which crashed en route from Washington to Pittsburgh. AID EN DESCENDANT DIES TAENTUM, PA. UP) Mrs. Anna Clark Newcomb, 87, of Na trona Heights,' who claimed to be a descendant of John and Priscllla Alden of Henry Longfellow's "Courtship of Miles Standish," died today. l 7, " - " 5 rV H (3. . 'pf m. v W" : -. h A lymbel el ihi fintit in muile production iht world evor. Tht Ctpihtrt ii lwjyi woleomt in tht tiemti of diitinguiilitd muticini tni music lovtri M. You will thrill to tht ticluiivt chtngtr that turni tht rtcordi ovtr tutomttl cally. You'll tnjoy tht suptrlttiv rtdio tht rtetivti both tttno'trd and ihort wtvt, l wtll t 1r-qutney modultttd brotdctiti. Equipptd (or ttltvition found. THE WORLD'S FINEST INSTRUMENT FOR MUSICAL REPRODUCTION $545 a"d up PAUL A. SCHMITT MUSIC COMPAW V 81 SOUTH TENTH STREET MINNEAPOLIS, MINNES 'ms2&&. OTA J FALL STORE HOURS 9:30 to 5:30 DAILY NICOLLET - FIFTH MARQU ETTB SIMiKTS JACKETS Lightweight Cotton Gabardine with- Warm 'WOOL INTERLINING - H95 Usually 8.95 They're 6hower md wind-proof snug enough to wear through all fall and winter! Full shirred 6ack with half-belt for plenty of arm action, 2 slash pockets, 1 cigarette pocket. In Green, Brown and Teal, gabardine, or Tan twill. Handsome rayon lining. 38 to 46." For Chilly Days Ahead! MEN'S SMART WOOL SLIPOVER SWEATERS 3 50 Crew-neck style McGregor Sweaters, in fine ribbed knit All wool Beige, Brown and Blue. 36 to 46. ?OWlRSUtnt itorShttt foor recover Internal stability sooner than a person who remains outwardly calm has a "good" temper. Q The person who directs hlo energies directly toward his problem recovers inwardly faster than either the outwardly calm person or the violent one who does not attack the problem directly. - 4 In a stressful situation a person who is emotionally excitable and becomes excessive ly aroused will "cool off" slower than the person who reacts moderately. Rosalyn Taft Victim of Infantile Paralysis NARRAGANSETT, R. I.4NS Plans were being made today for funeral services in Cincinnati, Ohio, for Rosalyn Rawson Taft, 11-year-old daughter of Charles P. Taft, assistant director of welfare under the defense program, and granddaughter of the late President William Howard Taft. PUNISHMENT APPROVED Father Who Held Son's Hands Over Flame Released CHICAGO OB Frank Dola-dee, learning his 7-year-old son was among a group of boys who stole $1.85 from a teacher's purse, punished him by holding his hands over a gas flame. - The father was dismissed in court by Judge Charles S. Dougherty who said that while the treatment was harsh "I'm convinced that if more parents would nip these things in the bud, there would be less crime." Encephalitis and Poliomyelitis Are on Wane in State During the last 24 hours encephalitis (sleeping sickness) and poliomyelitis (infantile paralysis) had their leanest day since the outbreaks began in Minnesota more than two months ago. Dr. Orianna McDaniel, head of the division of preventable diseases at the University of Min nesota, said only one new case of polio and four new cases of en cephalitis had been reported since yesterday. Minnesota i case totals now stand at 780 for encephalitis and 13 (during September) for polio. One new death from sleeping sick ness brought the toll to 59. Only three fatalities have been reported as resulting from infantile paralysis. ' Martin county's first encephalitis death occurred last night. Victim was Duane Abel, 17 Granada. He was 111 48 hours. Minneapolis and St. Paul continue to be centers of infantile paralysis for the state., Of the 13 cases reported this month, eight are In St. Paul, four in Minne-apolis and only one outside the Twin Cjties area. r-STOP OIL PUMPING Complete Ring It Valve Job on any car 4cyl. $12 6eyl. $18 8eyl.$24 Includes Labor and Material Written Guarantee GAVIN MOTOR CO. 1900 LYNDALE SOUTH Store Hours 0:30 A. 31. to 5:30 P. 31. ROWERS NSCOLLET FIFTH MARQUETTE Here's Where You Save Money on Your Fall Wardrobe! IPdDWIEimS s'SAILIE Lovely New Fabrics . . . Lovely New Colors And Look at These LOW PRICES! mi a it it Mew IFall ' Woolens 99 1 Also WooI-nnd-Ilaliliiis Hair Wool and Rayon What are you planning dresses a suit, separate skirt and jacket? In this big group are BEAUTIFUL FABRICS in Shetlands, crepes, ' plaids, novelty effects and faille weaves. USUALLY 2.19 to 2.45 A YARD j1-Iii. Cclnncse Rayon Jersey A For street and dinner dresses. 18 new fall Jp shades. USUALLY 1.23 YARD 1 Lovely Celanese Rayon Moire 84c For evening gowns, and brides' and bridesmaids' dresses. 47 colors. 40-inch. USUALLY $1 YARD Rlack Twill-Back Velveteen These are 3 to 5-yard lengths of our 1.85 .25 quality . . . rich, coal black. YARD X Rayon Sliamlra (Spun Rayon) Its a new weave that's been laundry tested. 30 lovely colors. 39-inch. USUALLY 79c YARD 68' j'i'A IFinie TwnH-IIBack Veflveiteenn Smarter than ever for school, college and daytime wear ... for entire dresses, or com- -f A bined with wool or rayon. 26 NEW FALL COLORS. 35 inches wide. USUALLY II O 1.85 YARD if Rayon Faillcpaca Crepe for Fall It has that smart faille weave, you know. New fall col ors. 39 inches wide. O A C USUALLY $1 YARD.. 84' vew Whirlaway Rayon Crepe A new weave with surface interest . . . wrinkle fall colors and black. 39 S T All-Silk Lustrous Rlaek Taffeta inch. USUALLY YARD 1.25 1 Superb for evening wear . . .and luxurious in ALL-SILK. 35 inches wide. A quality that's USUALLY $2 YARD... $ 1 Sa'g'-No-Moire' Wool JJersey 149 You know this FINE QUALITY WOOL JERSEY ... no sagging at the hemline when you make dresses with this wool jersey! We've all the smart new colors for fall, and 54-inches wide. USUALLY 1.85 YARD Rlack Wool Coatings & Suitings Silk-Rayon Transparent Velvet All wool nubby fabrics for fall and winter coats and suits. 54 inches wide. USUALLY 2.99 to 4.95 YARD : 20? 'o Off Rayon face with silk back in both street and evening colors. 22 colors in all, with 69 black. USUALLY 1.99 YARD I Buy United States DEFENSE SAVINGS BONDS and STAMPS Powers NICOLLET FIFTH-MARQUETTE 5 There's nothing smarter under the sun this season ! And here you may choose from both wide and narrow wale corduroy ... for suits, school dresses, slacks, daytime dresses. 30 NEW FALL COLORS. SPECIAL IN THIS BIG EVENT, YARD C ! ffl HD F y narrow and wide wale 75c

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