The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 16, 1933 · Page 3
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, December 16, 1933
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SATURDAY, DECEMBER 16. 1933 KLVTIIEVrLl.R. ,AltR.) COUKIEK NEW3 "Family Reunion" Joyless Affair for Bigamy Suspect "AGE THREE Wright Brothers Made Historic [-lights at Kilty Hawk 30 Ycavs Ago. By SWANKi: TAYLOR fulled Tress Aviation Writer NEW YORK.—Sunday will mark the 30th anniversary of the firs', mechanical liigiil by man. When Orville Wright fluttered along lor a distance of 120 feet over tlic Weak sand dunes cf Kitty Hawk. N. C.. on Dec. 11, 1903, he ac.-.ievcd v.'hnl man bad b2en striving fos since l>efo!C Christopher Columbus sailed on his first voyaxe West. This distinction of being first to fly with mechanical assist'jne? came as t'::e result ot the loss of a coin. Orville Wright and his brother. Wilbur, after long and heartbreaking experiments with t<lidci' 1 - nnd gasoline engines, finally were ready for the great test on D;c. 14. Who was to fly Ihe machine? Head or Tail History doesn't ieil which one (.died head or tail. But, Wilbur wen (he right to make the first flight, He stretched himself face down on trie (op of ihe lower wing, speeded up tre engine and pullc-J thc release wire. Due to calm air. he was unsuccessful in his attempt. The ship yot olf Ihc monorail run- v.ay. but climbed loo steeply and fell. Repairs » p cre made and the soon-io-bc historic crafl was ready again en Dec. VI. This time ii was Omllc's turn and he was lo become Ihc instrument through which man's ellorls for 2,000 years was lo be realized. Definite records prove conclusively that in '2y> B.C. Arsiiii made the first, engineering research wr.ich enah'.ed him to propound thc law governing the notation of bodies in limiids and gases. However, there is 113 proof that he built, ,,iodels or essayed flight Nor were ihe Wrighi Brothers, in Iheir long nights ol avid reading. ao!i' to find any authoritative, record of actual flight until history brought them to t-.e middle of the 15th Ccnlury, whore ihey encountered Leonardo da Vinci. Who, il anybody, is entitled to thc nam^ of Father of Flying. Theory of Flight Da Vinci, best known to the world for his paintings "The Last Supper" nnd "Mcna Lisa." was a ereat engineer. He particularly was devoted to aerodynamics. For mor, ihnn half a century he studied tr.i J * r 's. nnd created formulae that brough-t about n theory o; lliaht which even no-.v remains unshaken. But,'more important to the Wright brothers, there were priceless draw- Ings of qliclers left by dn Vinci. ii* had built many monoplane gliciers. which were flown with success by the more daring of both his art and his engineering pupils. At the tlins when Christopher Columbia war wondering v.-::y sailine vessel.; sank Kit of sight in the Mediterranean, glider flights of 400 van'.' were nof unusual. And da Vinci's valedictory statement that man never would accomplish flight until n light, compact power plant hiii been developed, fired the combined imaginations of Orville and Wilbur Wright. Tlie two young men from Dayton etudied long and thorough!) In preparation for the big day. Al first kites were flown and careful- LISTER MARY'S KITCHEN iwu 01 There was no joy in this family reunion in n Chicago courtroom tor liror Peterson, L?20-poiind Chlca;>oan, for in ihi- j:ii,',ip his f(ii:r wives and two of his creditor. Petersjn wearing a glum look, is shown nt Ihe left ns lie was li.ld- !o t'u- gnuul July on bigamy charges. Al his side, pci-riii" nt him. is «mm Syolcn. \vno claims she Icm money to htm. In from. eiiji:y!:i« the pn;uc(mi|;.s .ire, left to right. Mateile Carlson, anollicr creditor'. Mrs. Lydin l>eu-rion, No. 4 and favoiile wife; and Mrs. M.ibd l>ele;:on, wile No. 3. Because a Deer Hunter Failed to Look for Antlers ly cteervcd. shaped like Then various existing gliders were sent aloft on the end ol a string About that time the people of Dayton were vastly amused in speaking cf the two brothers. In fa c only their sister, Catharine, kep her faith in Ihcir undertaking. Many Glider Flights Al the turn of the century, glider ilying was a pronounced success Otto LJlcnthal, ihe German pioneer. afler countless flights al' ready had become the first human sacrifice. P. S. Pilchcr doin consijeraWe gliding in Britain. Oc lave Chaniite was gliding over tli A£id dunes of Northern Indiana Veering dala, for installing powe; In Ills machies. Dr. Langley al ready had attempted power fliuh and had failed. It was getting to be a pretty desperate race for tin honor of being the first man ti leave the ground in a machine un dcr Its cwn power, and land at r spot as high as that of- the take Millions of words have been writ ten about that hir.oric day, ho; Wilbur, 20 minutes inter. fo!Io-,vi wilh a longer ftighl, then Orvill with one longer still, until Wilbur's Inn] flight or the day lasted just shcrt of a minute and covered a drtlance of 852 feet. Ltltle did t::e Wright Brothers know that that day marked the beaming of their really great struggle. To bo sure, ihe press and ine public were soon to realize wll at had teen accomplished, nut onr governmental bureaus did not '"in to understand, and the bi- rc T'alr men from Dayton went A. scene .of wild life tragedy that tears nt the- hMrtstring; Is ihts—.1 dee"'cold ill death, li:r "lawn bUifvliu: beslL" her,' victims ol man's unthinking cruelly. A deer nunter. Intent only 0:1 prey, ignored the rule ol the woods, never to shoot before looking for antlers. He killed thc doc and left thc fawn. stru.S- in o:ie hind leg by a heavy sluu, to starve or fall victim lo a prowling beast. A photographer came upon Ihe scc-ne, near West Branch, Mich., rescued thc fawn, and It Is'being nursed bnck to health. Technocrats Still Study Men and Machines (Continued From i'nje I) 'ermine the ch'.e; difference between them is this/The Continen- L nl Committee is largely sociologi- •al. It is less inclined to monkey with slide rules and Brnplis and formujae, and more inclined to study 'ways and means of actually installing Technocracy — a problem •.vhieh the original Scott group de- 'iberately dodged. Technocracy Inc., is still es- 'cnlially technical. Howard Scolt ! has stoutly .maintained from the I *•>•••* of his Technical Alliance in i 1919 that the big job is to dig I out facts—all the cold, nncmotlon- il figures on every essential indus- 'ry. on cvci'y raw material, on man ~,ours per unit of production, on j industrial debt, on technological ; advancement and unemployment— I ^.nd a dozen other things bearing ' in his belief that our economic scheme is incompetent to cope . j ];c •vith our problem of poverty-in- ' "' ItV SlSTKlt MAKV NE.t Smlir Stall «rl«r II you lire looking lor a particularly rich inul d-Jkioiis cake to ui hand dnrii 1 ^ 1 the holiday MWOII, iMilalo 1'iirumel cuke will prove siillsfactory. If, on the other hand, you want an In.'XiH'mlvi' cuke HIM Is not rich with butler and eggs but, is nevertheless iri.ity and uelectuble, plr suuce will meet, your needs, lioih these cakes keep vxcelluiu- ly nnd nrc even better several days alter baking than when fresh. Cut in slices and .served wllh whipped cream, they can be used as puddliiys for acceptable desserts. 1'nliilo Curiiiiirl Cukt- l''oui' egu^i, '2 cups lluht, brown suyar, ^-;( cup butter, '2 cups Hour. 1-^! ci.p sweet milk, 1 cup hoi mushed potatoes, I cup grnlcd chocolate, 1 en pnut meals, 2 teaspoons buklnu powitcr, 'i tcus|>ODiis ciiiiiiiiiinn, I icuspoon cloves, 1 lea- spfion iiiitini'i;, \-'l teiis])0on snlt. Cream butler and .sugar, linlf butter and Imlf lard or any other shortening can be substituted for the entire amount of butler. Add 1-2 cup silled Hour to ereamct mixture. Heat well nnd add yolks ol eggs well benleii. Moll chocolate over hot wnter and udd to ho' mashed iwtatocs. benthiB In milk Add to first mixture. Mix nnd sll icnnilnlng Hour, baking powder .snli, and »|ilri-s. Add wltli nuts lc llrst mixture. Stir just enough l> nilx smooth. Fold 111 whiles c eggs bcalcn until stilt. Turn hit n jiii'so oiled nnd llourcd cake pa with n cr.iiiiney nnd cuke one horn In n moderate oven, 351) lo 31 degrees i-'. Cover wllh white fcdgi frosting and drruintu with snlj). ol candled cbeirio.s mid .strips o angelicn. Tiny re<l cLnnunion can dies nnd strips of gutndrops maki effccllvc nnd Inexpensive boll; decorations. IJolh the long mx rotind gum "dro]»s" nre usud an they lire easily cut with scissors. Apple Saurc Cake One aiul one-hnlf cups npp' Siiuce. i cup griiinilated siiuar, 1- cup H.lter nnd Inrd mixc<l, '2 cup seedless raisins, 3 cups flour, leaspoons sodn, 1-2 lensixwri sal 1 lenspcon clmiam'jn, 1-2 teaspoo cloves, 1-2 teasjioon nutmeg, 1 leu spoon vanilla, 1 tablespoon bnuul or 1 tnbles[«ion lemon Juice. Use apple sauce sweetened j for the table. Cream shortenln nnd sugar. Add apple sauce. Ml cleaned rnlslns with 1 cup floi id add to first mixture. Mix an fL'rymalnlng flour with salt, spl anil srtrji. Sift several times c sure the sodn is thoroughly mlx- d through the flour. Add vanilla nd brandy or lemon juice lo first lixtiire. Bent well nnd ndd dry ngredlents and nuts. Stir null! horoughly blended nnd sinoolh. Turn 1nlo a deep pan lined with lenvy parchment paper nnd bnke nc and one-hnlf hours In n low ven. Whenever n crtJcc Is spiced any preferred shortening other than Hitter can be used. Many parllcu- nr cooks use butler in delicate akca because of ihe delicious fla- •or Imparted to the cake. But even n tlitse cakes nt. least hnlf of ome oilier less expensive shorlen- ng can b? used with salislaclory •esults providing ihe amount of salt s Increased. -- . thc-midst-df-plenly. Once he gets ' "Bures up to a quarter of a mil- j ^ 7-j' the- facts Scott feels sure he can i lifni been mentioned unof- convincc all scientists and en°in- | r,-!allv ns representing reember- eers. and through them the pub- . fWp . Woro imnortant lhnn mfrf . He. Scott jiretcnds indifference to . (nt!ils , s thc c , n(m „,.,, mos| _ f , what halves after that. Maybe , ,,,„ m ,, ml)crs in rtoM1K of citics I the capitalistic system will collapse !., rc -,,,,,, ftr .,, hHc i ligellL nellrcs ,„ and the nation's leaders will cnl inci ,| Slrv . p,u ical i on an( i l]lc llkc . I — science to take control. He says Many of []lcm arc cooncralin , nn The Technocrats are still at work ' ideas nnd have circumvented their own satisfaction FO:IIC of th objections which were raise Scott's he.ivy-hnndcd dli turns. They nlso profess to see way to install Technocracy uiuli our present i;ovrnmcnt. perhar vilhoiit even n constilution amendment. it this way: "Foitilled by n widespread rc- abroad in quest of fame and for- Rcccived Abroad France received them joyously. « did Britain. Germany was wor- Jh pine at the feet of count Zc p- I.elin but did not lum a co!!d fhciilder on Ihe Americans It was E»K>Pf n cc.mirie s that gave the Wrights due recognition and reward. A group of me,, wanted to give all the credit ( 0 Dr. Langley. it\,' ° • C ,/ a<rt lhat in so <loi»S y»Vory wouK be garbled. Tills crc- '•»(([• a storm of conlroversv. Du 1 -- hn the in-angling Wilbur Wrleiit succumbed lo typhoid. Orvillc I technical problems and surveys. ° v cr their complicated Graphs and Organizations in end) ciiv «'*•.'; data sheets . . . reviewing the Mnchinc . . . at- The and i.e Bryans Find Thrill in \ccnting The or.itor's plniform, where his father won glorious fame, holds no uppeiil for. William Jennings llryan, Jr. He rliDfses- the lurching deck of 11 yacht, for his thrills. He Is shown licit-, with his wife, as they cnojy winter ynchllng an the cruiser Camln, olf Catulina Isiana. NEXT WEEK at Blytheville's Theatres THE C1T1 Monday's Menu BREAKFAST: stewed dried fig;, with lemon, cereal, crcnm, Frencr. toast, syrup, milk, cofiec. LUNCHEON' Browned rice, lettuce sandwiches, apple sauce cake ivlih whipped cream, milk, tea. DINNER: Slurred slice ol baked :iam. baked sweet potatoes and ap pics, jellied cheese nnd plr.cappl: salad, potato caramel cake, inln tec, milk, coffee. (This is a splendid informal company supper menu Serve a Irny of assorted rellsho anil some delicious hot rolls, sue." ns Philadelphia cinnamon wilh Ihe main course.) buns Mammoth Sharks Make Home in Southern Sea -eption of the basic concepts of hoM re g Hll , r ' mcc tines and supply i <"-v «'f Man is Technocracy by Hie masses of \xo- Isucakers w' ' ..... ale in nil walks of life, the move- ' ma rri ^,r. T .t ri;il r ,« T .^ c r.^^H,- .«-ilT. •* lllli[1tl of Terlmwrary Today. ^,r. T .t ri ' .«-ilT. •* s wherever there is a de- ' tempting lo show lhat million.'! of Marrinan for them. Individuals re-h"-«hers like Ihe one pictured gt< CCh ' C TCSl! ' r ' r rCP ° r ' S 1Xnd d:lt!1 ™ .„ «lvr mnrlran riv ' !1 lan o salvage American ciMlto- Slwts from hcRdqllartcre . g,. 0 t t ihn-i tenefittcd by industrial me-: ^ .-.. "itt t'-iiu-i" • j h ° C!1 slA J"B alc d « lhcr And Death h 5 -: u wtam in j tion if nnd when democracy. as. nn[I h , assoc i alcs arc . collsidcrilT j now functioning, can no longer , amichi a ,„„„„„ Tpchnocrnti ^ cope with the Inherent disruptive mne , 2lnc _ And D / Hubbcrt fa rrtrr/>c . ,ii * . i.^..i chanization. Just how large a proportion of i. L'TICA. N. y. (UP)—Marriage. - ankrupjcy and dealh come lo al Committee nrc elected by Oncrgc A. Ca-isldy. G3. of Schenec- n . ladv, within five days. It was re- venlert linrr. ? executive board: active met ,, r™> ln ,,">c n scene was - . . . CITY Okl.1 (UP) , r n iir r - nla . incidentally, that Wil- I'niiceton graduate, former editor -Oklahoma City ranks next to lea. where it will be installed in a memorial hangar nt Washington built by thc school children. veloplng about that, time. agreed with the Scott group oiijiahoina City, making it third in basic Technocratic principles, they the nation. Denver was fourth CIIICAGO. (UP) — ShnrkE wilt- seven feet jaws, two and s. hal Ion sawfish, and crabs Inrgc enou to cover a table thrive in w«trr< • ..L-ntiul America. F. A. Mitchell Hedges, explorer and big gam hunter, said today. "Some of the piscatorial spcct mens would shame the best mug inlngs of the. Baron Munch.msen. Mitchell-Hedges said. Monster fish nnd reptiles of a: age long past survive wilh a ctil lure of the nallves of the area dr> spite changes In the rest ot th world, the explorer said. "Those specimens dale back I an era somewhere between 1,50 years ago lo 5,000 years ago," Mil chell-Hedgcs said. The explorer has worked tn Ccn Srai America, for 20 years. "Within 1.500 miles of Broadwa there are people who never hear -f money, know nothing of th United Suites or British Empir and who for all Intents nnd pur pro.cs still live In thc stone aee the exolorcr said. Voting members of the Contl-! have simplified ninny of -ScoK'sl wilh 102. SK Generations Alive WOODWARD. Okla. (UP)— Th family in Woodward coui ly now boasts six living genera (inns with tr.c birth of Junior Bar nett. whose mother Is 18. whos era ml fa I her Is 40. great-gram mother 55, great-grcat-graisdnioth er 70 and Brenl-grent-greal-graiK | mollwr S9. Ruth Chatterton will play n new i Browne, Beryl Mercer,' Colin Kelth- nd iinusinil role tn her latest Johnston, Alan Mowbray, .Juliette crcen vehicle, "Female," which Compton, Betty Lnwford, rrlves nl thc Kit?. Theatre on' undny for two days. Alison Drake, the heroine played ' Miss Clinllc-rlan. knows her own ower ns licnd of the vast molor anil Goltsclialk, David Torrence and many others. Unique In its theme, n fervid love story Intermingling fantasy and reality In- a romance which ompany she has Inherited and .bridges two centuries and over- overns. She is convinced that in| CQmcs the barriers of time "B«t- • cr position ot command she cnn. kcley Square"' was 'produced' at rent men exactly "as men have ,.the Pox studios on the lavish-scale l«"«ivs treated women." 1 which distinguished' "Cavalcade." II is only when she .finally-meets I . • ".. ' . .. cr mulch—u. man who will not! A poignant j,toi-y. of mother love ubmit to her condltions-that slie I behind convent walls, as unusual hntt" lYiiipli ehn TinnfieMv 11 ,_ i i_,.:.. : :.__-. n .^'_ _ '" enllzes how much she honestly •mils to be "like other women." A distinguished cnst appears •llh Miss Clmttcrlon In "Female." With George Brent ns .lending nan. nnd such players' as Ruth )onnelly. Lois Wilson,. Ferdinand jottschnlk and Johnny Mack vjuitatikiiirk nuu uuiuuiy mutik . Brown in important roles,'the star I ia,s splendid supjiort. Olher.i ap- J jcnrlng in the plclurc nre Jean Mulr, Gnvin Gonlon, Sterling Hol- owny nnd Rnmnclo Ottlano. Along with this show will be n pccial singe attraction "The Orig- ns It Is touching, eoriies on Thursday nnd Friday tr> the Blti Thea. Ke. It Is "Cradle Song", and hns been ndaptet 1 . from the stage r.lny. . ..-...'" Doratliea Wieck. star of "Maed- clien In Uniform,"'Is"presented In nal Cliquot Esqulmos" 14 band who broadcast over piece NBC 'or three years on the Cllquot-club rJIngcr Ale program. With T-eslie Howard plnytng the 'cnrilne role In which he originally created n sersntlon on ihe London nr.d New York stages, "Berkeley "iiiare" will be seen next Tucs- As a sister in a convent; : Jongs for thc motherhood that Is every woman's'heritage'but which is denied her Ly .her vows. Her joy knows no trvnds when a baby is left at the convent, 'ahB she is permitted to inke care of it. When the girl trows up and falls in love with a worldly rrinfi, Jorimm must decide whether to- hold her In I he convent or release her. The decision she makes in the climax cf thi- story. Besides Dorothea Wieck, the east Includes Evervn Vcnnble, n new- cemcr lo the films from Waller •Inv and Wednesday nt thc KHz Hnmpttcn's distinguished dramatic 'lientre. "Berkeley Square" gives 'ompany. !<<•::: Taylor, Sir Guy Heather Angel her first major role Standing nnd fnulse Dresser. . as Hownrd's sweetheart Includ-| ed in the laree cost nre Valeric | "The Life of Jimmle Delane" Tnvlor. who nlso appeared tn thc' will be shown Saturday with the original stngc production. Irene serial. THE Constance Bennett Is now seen ; Ing picture entertainment. The In the jierits nnd romance of a i picture will bo shown three days. war time spy's cnreer with the ' Dorothy Mncknill. appears oppo- Dresentntlon "After Tonight" nt site Wynn. Chnrles "Chic" Sale, the Rosy Sunday nnd Monday. i himself a comedy star In his own With Miss Bennett playing n right, contributes to the fun. Wil- beniitlful secret service ngent. au- ; liam (Stage) Boyd, Effie 'Blister diences nre taken behind the cur- i and C. Henry Gordon have prom- lain of silence which obscures war IneiH roles. lime intelligence operation? and . .. Tlw cll | cr , s B narra[lve of given n frank and authentic Die- : t ho hilarious ndventures that llft- tme of the way military secrets cd u simp | c Bowerj- boy to local nre d'seovcrcd and forwarded. j r nmc n]ld won Wm the a( / ectlo ,, s Tlie rme brlnqs Miss Dennett to ' of a torch singer.- During the the screen in the guise of n peas- i course of the picture Wynn cracks nnt girl, n cafe singer, a humble more than 100 new jokes. seamstress and a nurse In nn ( -Austrian hospital. i Sonic really dangerous stunts — • r-llbeil nolnnd plays ihe male lcnv lnff synthelic thrills far behind lead, porlravlng nn Austrian In- — are featured tn the Monarch telliaence officer. production ."When a Man Rides Twelve nationalities nre repre- A1 °ne" at the Roxy Friday 'and sented In thc strong support cast Saturday. which Includes such popular play- Tom Tyler, who is the star, can "r. 1 ; ns Edward Ellis. Sam Godfrey, cerlnlnly be set down ns one of Liicten Prival. Muscha Auer, Ben the colony's daredevils as -the re- Hendrlcks. Jr., Leonid Snegoff. suit of his appearance In this Evelvn Carter Cnrrington and John- film. . Wroy. . Tlie film has pretty Adele Lacey, • - opposite Tom and an excellent For 'he first nnd only time this supporting, cast. v e;ir Blytheville audiences wIU be - — given an opportunity to see nnd hear Ed Wynn on the On thn Malay Peninsula, bee", talking make honey but do not eat it: thev screen when "The Chief" opens litre on nectar thc year round, and Tuesday at the Roxy Theatre, Ihe unused honey accumulates in heralded ns Wynn'R gr?r,t;rt tMH- j srfixi ivijRSM. , , . •IS i ftii

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