The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 17, 1932 · Page 4
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FOUB 'THE BLYTHEVILLE COURIER NEWS ' COURIER NIW8 CO., PUBLISHERS C. R, 1ABCOCK. Editor ' B. «. BAINB8, Advertising Manager .W» NtUonal Advertising Representatives: ilt»n*»5 Dtiliei, Inc., New York, Chicago, XroJt. St. Louis, DUlai, iUnsas city, Little Aock. JPuWWied Every Afternoon Except Sunday. Entered u second class matter at tlie post office it BMheville, Arkansas, under act of Congress October 9. 1917. Served by the Unlt/xi press SUBSCRIPnON RATES By carrier In the city of Blytltcvillo. lie per week or J«.M per year In advance. By mall within a radius o[ 60 miles, 53.00 uer year, 11.50 for six moiillis, 85c for (hree mom hi; by mall In postal stones two to six, Inclusive, »6.60 per year, in zones seven and eight, $10.00 per year, payable 1« odruice. Dangerous Ocean Flying The neai'ly-lnigic accident which intemiptctl the flight of lliu "flyinu family" in the ocean oil' tlie Greenland const emphasize.,' anew a Tact that ought never to he I'orjrottuh—Unit transatlantic flyinir is not yet 11 safe proposition, and that the attempt should lie made only Ijy tho.se young freelances who are ipii'lc ready to gamble with their lives. The Atlantic lias been flown a unoil many limes in the last few ywir.s, and it looks as if familiarity liml bred cun- tumpt. So this Jlnlcliinson family, accustomed to tlie air and confident in its plane, set out to do the stunt—taking along two little children who were by iio means old enough to undersliind the perils of the voyage properly;, .•- •? J For an air-minded fnmily to crui.se' about over the land is one thing. For it to dare the Atlantic is another. Ocean flying is 3 iiU profoundly risky. // Ours Was a Super Race It is possible that a race of supermen in intelligence' could he obtained, if people would persuade themselves to adopt a course of selective breeding. So, anyway, says a University of California professor, who has .succeeded in breeding n group of extra-smart rats in his laboratory. What rats can do,, he says, humans can do; if we. ^vill we can develop a race'thai Vis fur wiser than tlie one which peoples the earth today. Probably it won't be done, but it makes an interesting tiling to think about—especially when you consider the sweeping changes which the presence on earth of n higher level of general intelligence would make necessary. Consider, for instance, the change it would make necessary in politics. Men running for public office would actually have to talk about the really important issues of the day—and would have to talk as if they knew something about them, too. No more could a man be elected mayor of Chicago by denouncing the king of England, or * * * And in the field of public amusements—well, wouldn't <>5 per cent of our movies and 08 per cent of our radio programs have to be junked? Wouldn't some of our colleges | 1!lvc (o think up new and subtler ways of dis- OUT OUR WAY guising the professionalism of their football learns? Wouldn't the boxing industry fall on evil days? What, do you think, would happen to world statesmen? Would they continue to hold their jobs when they tried to remedy a world trade depression by pulling up higher barriers to international trade? Would they he permitted to go on working for peace by building ever-lmger aimies and navies? The field of mnvjinii's might he c-hangcd, too. fiinv long would ;i .super- intelligcnt race put up with a situation in which the most productive era in all history w.s constantly increasing uii- t'liiploynienl and waul? I'erhaps, all filing considered, it's jnsl us we!) we don't adopt Ibis .selective breeding program, pntld we ever survive file .shock? mayor of New York by indulging in constant wisecrack.-. The day of jw- litical Inink would be over. Gandhi's "Hunger Stride Alahatma (iandhi's action in threatening lo go on a hunger strike in protest against the lirilish communal elections plan brings Ihe empire once more up against a problem it has had to face a number of times in Hie last few decades. The militant .siill'ptgcts of pre-war days, you may remember, used the hunger strike, when they were imprisoned, and the anlhorifies never did know .jusl how In ineel the situation. Jfow affective the move may have been al the moment is perhaps a matter for historians to argue about. L'ut—llic women have the vote today. Similarly, the imprisoned Irish leaders tried it in the turbulent days after the World War—JIIK! todny Ireland is about as near complete freedom as a part of Ihe lirilish empire ean be. Now Gandlii prepares to, try il. What will happen? N 0 man can tell—save (hat the people of India will have a new "martyr," to worship with fanatical loyalty, if the little'brown man dies in jail. We will slim tack- -when unges stop going down. A return of prospeiily will corresuoml with (ho restoration of wages and buying power. — William Green, president of American Federation of Labor. II doesn't, matter, which iiavly wins in November; we will linvc repeal or modification u! the Volstead net. uotith Uooscvclt and Hoovrr are ulcered to it. —Mayor Anton Cennak of Chicago. / ' : * t A few weeks of tramping tnnkc n man unemployable; he loses the power of applic.ULon, he has no ••flickabilily." —Hcv. L. H. 1-helps, ehaivmnn of the lirilish DcparJmental Committee 0:1 Vagrancy. * * * If the times arrives v.lrai our people liml it necessity to pay Uieir sous f.alary or WA^C* to Tight in (!r(ei)se of the comuiy. that day luniks the lioi;iu!]ini; of the cud of this republic. —General John F. O'Kyan. U. S. Army. SIDE GLANCES Too Ambitious? Maybe Your Glands Are Working Overtime By Williams cf. 1-1 OF GV.OR4 LEAO 8uV To TU V GRAME.. MAQ r E. BALLS Fen A . BUT HAS COME. TO IK CoMCUvjSiO i-f PP*MTS AIM'T NO BETTfev?- is. ne \ME.^T • V SAME. THIMLT I -TH PAMTS DiD. BoT W i T\-\tM SHOULD ME<JeP? Be DE.SE.cnATEO ^VlD OVU &. VJA<S> OESECFC \'iTvV CiL. AM' GRE AS SOOM AS HS? ' . AS SOOM AS HS? .CAME. BACK'. . °3r &' s0ff! IM^I^ ^ ,4 /^^U •: yi'**m^ -M^Hlkt By George Clark him"? | fc Kot Tarried'" ' tol(l l>lilte afler KDI'l'OK-'S NOTE: This is Ih. uurth of a serks of five special irticlcs on thc part the |tor.iis "lay in the human body. * » * BY I)U. MOIlTtlS FISHBEIN Ediler, Journal of lhc America!. Mdlir.il Association, and r,f Hy- gda. lhc Heallh Magazine The adrenal glands arc two ir. lumber, situated <leep In the nb- loniinal cavity just above the kid- icys. Each gland contains twr :arls, a medulla and a corlex; and oth are cssenliiil lo proper func- lons of Ihe body. A complete destruction of the ortex of the adrenal gland by tu- crculosis or other disease results 11 the nujicarancc of the condi- ion called Addlson's disease, for- nerly Invariably fatal but now re- ievcd through the use of a sps- ilic adrenal gland called corlin. Moicover, according to Dr. Wnl- er Timnis. thc- secretion of this orlex Is associated particularly vilh the activities of the se.\ ?lands and with the proper dii- •cloiimcnt of the fccondavy sex charadcrislics. In case of dislurb- mce or (bueneration of the cores abnormal pigmentation of the J«ly develops giving n bronzed ap- warance. * • • Tlie secretion of the medulla of he adrenal gland is a substance ".liter! adrenalin which is of the jvcatest importance for proper ac- ivily of the human body. An cv- ccssivc ssiiiulj- of (his substnnte j prcKluces rapidity of (he pulse, I flushing of (he skin, a lessening at lhc secretions of the body, a heightened temperature, blood pressure and chemical activity in ih3 body. The effects on character are an excessive feeling of uell being; the individual becomes a lillle loo dynamic with a little too much inl- • lialivc nnd optimism. Usually such j patients nre easily exciled. • On thc other hand, an absence .of this secretion makes the individual unfit to cope successfully vrilh either the physical or mental nctlFltlM of life. There are'rapid changes in the blood pressure with I a tendency to low blood pressure, .1 general Joss of tone in the skin, early exhaustion anil weakness. • Such people cannot undertake vork that requires nine!] energy or v.ith which there is associated a .'uddcn demand for exertion They dislike sudden speeding and will i'.o: climb stairs. Ttfy have a tendency also to sloP pulse, inlcnse Inspiration and excess activity of tlie intestinal trad. Obviously, such patients rcrjuire constant stimulation such as mv? be given to them by thc use of stimulant drugs roby providing lac secretion of the. glands as'iire- sciiucd by their physicians. TOMORKOW: Ycur pifuif.irj- Slaril . . . haw il stimulates your ncrvnns system and may increase jour trriglit or make you mn.'l.ijlv flugjish. BEHIND THE SCENES WASHINGTON. - On? of the most nobble features of this pol- il:i-al campaign is lhc circum- speclion with which tlie speakers are c-liooMiif Iheir audiences and limiting iheir messages lo tho most ii(alj?c> areas. Many o; onr citizens arc (his year possessed of a deplorable disposition lo heckle and even to lend themselves lo whole-hearted renditions of the lusty boo and the Bronx cheer. Eo an '.::ii)r?redenterl number "i political speeches arc iioing made in u,e sheltered surroundi'm ff lallirs. clambakes and garuen parties for which invitations are ""it.rvl lo the faithful while ;he :rral public depends on the reports in the next day's newspaper. Vo:i can heckle a newspaper report, ol courf?. but Ihe rcsulis arc not satisfactory. Governor rtoosevolt fcejan liie camp.aign by earning right'Into I lie fcmentton hall io accept the noinination. Although il was n Democratic gathering and he re- reivi-d no rawtrrricf, he ii'.illy Sr.ok a chance, coiuidciing the fplpndld bncinc his cause had received nt earlier sessions. Mr. Hoover nccopt:d miomini- l!on before an exclusive audience of 40-M Republicans admlrm, mo-'Cy official in Constitution' Hail Thc bonus army, wlueh ini8ht_h.uc picketed, had bs:n r.irrfiiJly cliaseri out of lowix .\(\ polci-.tial hecklers wore o'jt«ide The president will suffer little or no exposure to hecklers this year. Rcosowlt must make ir.oro crowd apiwr.rances, but when he went to Connecticut where Al S.-r.lth feet-: Inc is especially strong he spoke to 2500 Democratic politicians and iheir friends in a p.ivilion while 20XW ovrtinavy Bisons heard him thimiish lourt M inkers on the cc.ich. No platform a;':i"n-m-«' Moir- the n\iiltili;ile. ; 1 His speech on piohibit;on ?.tSca-i MIRflQDNEY DL1TC-HFR sourl, who, asked IMW he squared nls vote for (he bonus with thc country's beit Interests, sent his adversary slinking away In confusion by replying. "Go lo tell " . Curtis made lite unexpected dry acceptance siwcch in his own dry home town and at once promised not to mention prohibition again In the campaign. As h e was billed for a Pennsylvania campaign speech, however, politicians there feared the possibility of disturbance if he did talk about prohl bltlon and refused to let him come unh&s ngnln assured that lie would keep away from that subject entirely. Presumably no one eke n-lll bring; the matter up whc-n he speaks became it will be just another family narly—n Republican rally. FRENCH VII.l.AOKS HURNED On Sept. 17, 1918, Germans burned French villages along the Nfosetle as American and French forces advanced. Allied artillery retaliated by shelling thc fortress of Mclz. American forces in Lorraine advanced on a front of five miles in one of lhc first offensives in that sector in many months. Their proress was difficult because ot the rough country. Allied troops continued their victorious progress in the offensive against Bulgaria, taking many towns and llio'.isands of prisoners. The flank of lhc, First Bulgarian Army was lurnort find il was forced to begin a retreat Into Its own territory, In a curt note, the United Slates rejected the Austrian proposal for it peace conference. ' SATUULiAV, SElTEMBliR' 11, • " } - THIS CURIOUS WORLD - 1* RWWOS GERMAN SHCPHeRO 006. EARNED $300,000 IN MS ureriWE of FOWTKM YEARS. Unwise Owl Gets Caught in Rat Trap PORTLAND. Ore. (UP) —When Mrs. W. E. StiHlKll. Portland, S3t a trap to catch rats which were bothering chickens on her chicken ranch six miles souiu of Oswego Lake, rodents were the least "she expected to trap. But an owl which d:cl noi live up to its reputed sagacity made fc mistake and \vas cnnght. The bird measured 51 : j inches, i\ ing- tip to wing-tip. It probably will be placed in the cily park. Ring lost n Years, Found ELKADER, la. (UP)—Mrs. Willam a Banrs lost a gold ring m 1903. When walking across adllch on her farm a few days ago. she spied a shining [>:ecc of metal It - her ring sim untarnished fAPTUS SURFACE CONTAINS 197 OOO, OOO SQUARE MIW. CIG&SST CAN BE LIGHTED 8V. STEAM/ (NOT BYTWB \*S»IE oooo THAT COMEf FROM ATEA-KETTie, FOR TWS is HorsreAM, Bar BV /!£4i STEAM, WHICH IS STILL tH A SAsfots Km.) The visible cloud lhat we see escaping irom a "U'a-kettlc Is "not steam. This cloud has ceased to be steam and has condensed into tmy droplets of irater. Real sccam is invisible and is e'xtremcly hot. A small stream of it escaping from a boiler capable of producing high-pressures will light a cigaret as readily as it can be done with a match. Tea-kettle "steam". has just the opposite effect. }t puts out names, inslead of starting Ihem. :•. ' V / NEXT: Which groas faster, your hair or yoor eyebrows? CHURCH EXCUSES Georfe W. Barium: You cannot think of an organization other than the org wired ^ church that has stood the acid test of time and continued to-! grow and expand nohvllhstanriing the lack of interest displayed'- by many of her members. In lime of peace, many- turn to the >' church. In time ol stress, more turn to the church. The church-I means peace and goodwill to all mankind. Support your church-i for she will be your friend when all else fails. . The.church is the!" only organization that gives more than it receives ? ATTEND CHURCH SUNDAY -'•••• committee.' NEWTON, Mass. man John E. Greene, while c girt before n Democratic harmony meeting as. according to lh c Republicans, carefully circulated only through the wet eastern states. * • * The reason's mosl effective booing was administered (o Assistant Secretary of War P. Trubee Davison when he altackr-d the characters of the evicted bonus marchers in n speech to the New York American Legion. Political speeches ol that type were quickly abandoned and when i Secretary of War i'al Hurley de-' cided (o ntt^nrl the American Legion's national convention at Port- laud to defend lhc president if necessary against any vole of censure il was emphasized and rc- omphasizcd that he wasn't representing thc ndmiuislration. Pat seemed to b c heading into an es- ixxially. lend booing anrl the thought was (hat this mustn't be considered directed at Mr. Hoo- vjr. Pat's nvnilibilitj- as a campaign speaker began to be questioned afler his famous statement about Ihe B .E. r. had been laiiirhed full of holes. He wont lo Providence and made an undisputed speech just liic same—not to a crowd of people bill lo thc Rhode Island Republican Ciub. Th? day of lhc heckler seems to be passing Just when thc hecklers are really gcttlns inlerssled in their Jobs. One will also miss those brilliant flashes of repartee some- limes exchanged when slalcsmen are challenged from crowds. Remember how Vice President Curlis, reckless enough to make a rear platform appearance in a western town and questioned by a heckler, shot back "You dirty coward!" and so gloriously won lhc day? , Not ali honors for snappy comebacks sn to Republicans. It was llisl intellectual Democratic cou- crc»inan. J. B. Shannon of Mis- Caiiscs Arrests 'on Vacation , nan jonn E. Ureene, while on ra-j persons for traffic violations near •alien, caused Ihe arrest o! -'eight ]his home.' •• ' - >>fHJ| "Au bon marche . . . through Advertising One of the largest department stores in Paris is named "Au Bon Marche." Translated, it means "at a bargain—cheap." Actually, "au bon marche" indicates to the French what a true bargain does to Americans—dependable merchandise at fair prices. When so many shops everywhere are full of merchandise on which the "price appeal" is prominent, it is necessary that the wise shopper insist upon products of known value and proven merit. The clock that will not keep time is hardly a bargain at any price. Foodstuffs and drug-store supplies must contain pure ingredients and be prepared under hy- genic conditions, lest they become not only cheap but dangerous. Wearing apparel at a mark-down -is only a snare and a delusion if it lacks the quality that will result in wear. Wise shoppers, these days, are refusing substitutes, are weighing true worth -against price appeal. They are using the advertisements in this newspaper as a shopping guide. When a merchant advertises his wares consistently, you may be sure that he is telling the truth about them. He could not afford to do otherwise, even if he so desired. When a manufacturer of national scope appeals to you through these pages, you can believe and act upon his words. b "Au bon marche," Today advertising points the way to the only real bargains!

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