The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 12, 1931 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, June 12, 1931
Page 7
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1931 V 13IKTI1P Plans to Penetrate Oue of Few Remaining Blanks On World's Map. ISy NEA Sen-ice NEW YORK.—A blank on the '.nap Is Just a blank on the map to most, people, but to Connuand-jr George M. Dyott it. is a challenge. PVir years the sight of such a blank on the map of equatorial America has acted upon Dyotl like n clarion call to arms. Tivtlve times he has gone to the Southern Continent in rjuest of the un- '.i.rncd in safety and with scientific trophic? from regions where,.before him. few white fe/>t had trod. His Thirteenth Kxprdilirw Now, once again, Commander Dyolt Is about to lead a m;ijor expedition into the Xingu Country v.-liich he believes conceals rare specimens of beast, bird, fish and vegetation—possibly even that niyp- t^ricus tribe of "white Indians" as to whose existence in walled cities there have ben rumors. Scheduled • la sail in late summer on the Seven Seas, the sturdy yacht which Mr. Inglis .Uppercu has offered for the expedition, the 13 scientists of the party will leave civilization with the assurance "that for them the hazards of Brazil's hinterland will te minimised by (he u^e of airplanes and wireless equipment so powerful as to enable them to keep in constant touch with ti:c outside world fiom the denihs of the iun- t'le. Tntlrs o Chances Dyott is a man of action with f-H the attributes and characteristics of the born explorer. A graduate engineer, he leaves nothing to chance. Every move is 1 carefully planned beforehand. "It can't he ^•1one" is not included in Grorge M. Dyott's collection of phrases. On ilic contrary, lie thinks nothir.s much fun that is not attended with difficulty. A short while ago Command?r Uyott received (he Gill Memorial award presented by the Royal Ge- •ojraphic Society of London in recognition of his exploration work in South America. Far from resting on his laurels, such recignition onlv spurs him on to further effort. Asked what impels him at interval", to leave his charming wife, his sen, his pleasant New York city, deliberately to court the perils and isolation of th» Brariilmi jungle, Commander DyoH'r, reply is indicative of his simple directness Will Tropic..Wilderness Commander George M. Dyott. who soon is to sail for his thirteenth Invasion of the Brazilian juneles. here Ls pictured in the rolr.s of dapper New Yorker and tropical explorer. of nature and purpose. Says he: "I believe in South America as the country of the future. Certainly it is the one country at, ti-.e present time \vhich is able to absorb the .surplus population of Kuror/e. The more often (he attention of the world Is directed to this crer.t Southern Continent, the mor? speedily will be brought about the development of its now \va?k- areas and vast resources. Only a Differ™! Junjlc "Frankly, I believe the dangers of the jungle are greatly over-estimated," he. continues. 'In forclnj one's way into the .most unfriendly of Nature's retreats thero ara-'ob- stacles. of course. But these obstacles arc merely dilfsre:)!. no; really any greater than occur in n civilized country. Naturally enough they are terriMc dangers to the inexperienced explorer. Hoxever. Ire- micnt associilifld v.-ith jungle lie-enables one to make most sUjtBt- mcnts necesiiry to safetty," At"this point the Commander grew tivc. . "Perhaps it is the kr.o'.vledje tils', adjustment Is essential, the ability lo change outlook and way of liv- inp. ai short notice, that more surely' than anything else carries ;ii? explorer over rough places. There's I the matter cf diet, for in=:anc: The right- diet in Ksw Ycrk is t'.:: wi-oii" diet in Brazil's interio:. E>:- : plorers who do not knkow their Soiilh America stock up with a snu- i ply o! canned good;. They pay for . tr.eir iqnorance of clhnatic coucll- lions. If (lie cans are not dump?;! • from ii cance. to sln^ to T tciren- , tiKl rivsr's bottom, sooner or Inter • their contents may go rm!. | Hop--! 16 Extern! Knottier]^ ; "I lm-e never taken canned pnods i into the jungle. Instead, my pirly i subsists on rice, beans, gams fish, I a bit of honey from wild bees nest. ; laiyx from the milk tree, hearts of | palms which taste like hc?.rts nt | lettuce. Fcod Ihnt Is Indtepnnu.s to i the cov.ntry is the most di;re<:tibte." i Besides specimens of wild liCe for ! various scientific institutions and j data which he will offer t>s more ; convincing jiroof nf Brazil's rarities ! and riehe?. (Jommnnder Dvolt hopes j to bring back photographic, clcs?- | lips of faima and flr.r.i imrl a!wri°i- ; ncs—lasting and instructive mate': rial. . | Born explorer that he is, tlu . thought that this trip into un! known jimorics will tr his Lliir- ; tecn'.h (Ices not ever cause i)yot'. ts i hesitate. Yon don't think of such i things when your whr.le life lias I been occupied with danger and adventure. l.KMON I'.i I'ODNIIS UINOHAMTON. N. Y., (UP) — 1!. 1J. Wliltoker received n lemon welehini; one ivml onohiilt jxiunds fiuiii a nephew .superintending Iho exix'rimentnl on \v. K. liellose's much Rl Pomona, Cnl. The lemuii was IT; iiu-h-'.s in circmriferi'iire one way mill 15' '• incii-'s the olher wny. Mrs. Wliit- :»k«- was ab!o to mnko six Icim-n pies wlili the large lemon. been commuting cMiliiniously lor (JO years brtwet'ii hks Lynn home and this city, u distance- of about 10 miles. Tlnuushom lint iwrloil liu has travelled over Hie same i ir.llronit—HID Doston I MnhU' L10SI ON. MII^S.. (UP) — Civ.m. P. Lord, 15,, Boston bunker, hm QUINCV, Mawiciiiiiiclts, (UP)— Tin- four klllfi) o[ u Spanish (in!!Ci;i cat owned by Allonso liols- Jjol.iy have a mini of 10 leus. but Ilii' U-BJ aro not. evenly divided. Two arc noiiiiiil four-li'gyccl kll- U'ns. One lias only tlircs 'Ihe other has five ICRS. v.'ith a popuhtlrn of 12t.£57, Kansas City, Kas.. has 1170 persons of 75 or older. KING OF THEM ALL M«lii miy come—«nd malts m«y 50—tutEaglt popularity 104n steadily higher and higher . . . y«r after yeir. Theie k no substitute; for flavor. get 'Eagle" ... at your grocer's EAGLE MALT SYR'"* PAGE REVErta in-. $.*** £M. X RANCHO REA IS DIFFERENl— A MOUNTAIN resort, with a palatial clubhouse and a million acres to play in. Eight thousand feet up in the cool, green Jemez Mountains of New Mexico. Rancho Rea is the most beautiful and exclusive playground at home or abroad. Do anything at Rancho Rea—glance through this list of some of the things waiting you^-not a dull moment. Relnf Fish Swim Hunt Hike Ride Pack Trips Tennis Archery Polo Clay Pigeon Shooting Target Practice Mountain Climbing Pitch' Honeslioes ' Pool— Billiards Private Theatricals Moving Pictures Rodeos Participate in Cowboy Sports Hear Cowboys Spin tarns— Croon San£s Games of All Kinds Restful Sleep Season—May 140 Thanksgiving Day. ' — — •t Jemez Springs, New Mexico : Write for full information to 155 East Superior Street CHICAGO. ILLINOIS I MM I MINIM ".""•:•••»"&''-.-; I - -~£?V able Fruits ITIES m Wo are now o|)wt for business inour spacious new warehouse on Railroad Street, souili of the Frisco frcigljt office, .with a coinplclc line of fresii Fruits and Vegetables which we offer in wholesale quan- tiiiep to flea!(M-s throughout Northeast'Arkansas and Southeast Missouri. Our modern refrigeration system and quick trucking service lo any point in this trade lerrilory will enable you to secure practically all items-in ihe fnm and produce line in first class condition. \Ve invite yon to pav our warehouse a visit. Teleplione orders wijl receive prompt consideration and you will \w <'i\Tn ihe henofii of the lowesl prevail ing prices. CO. ERNEST FLETCHER, Mgr. Blythevillc, Phone 627

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