The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 15, 1932 · Page 8
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January 15, 1932

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 8

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.PAGE EIGHT jn.YTHEVIlLE. nT UES pi Prepare for Race Through Stratosphere Across Atlantic Ocean. BY MINOTT SADNDKRS NBA Service Writer PARIS—Grotesque airplanes llhi nun-made comets, roaring nt illzzj speeds through the HlHc know: regions ten miles above the globe— Six-hcur trips from Pnris or Her lin to 'New York— Flying, winged "submarines," with dating pilots locket! In hermetically staled cabins— It's jolng to b? a spectacular trans-Atlanta flying season, II plans ol European aeronautical engineers don't go. :uvry| • For a ; three-cornered—or perhaps a< fcur, five or six-cornered —international race through the ttratosplwre is In the making, will almost every capital in Eiirojx; ketmlngly harboring a "mystery rOane" ready.to dare the rare up- pfr atmosphere. • Many of the planes arc shrouded In secrecy which permits ""t ever the names of their builders or pilots to be known. . Other constructors, like the rivals Parinan *hd Guerchais in Purls and iin- bther airplane manufacturer In Qermany, have partially revealed their plans. Parman and Gucrchals arc each speeding^ up final preparations In the ambition to be Ihc first to conquer the stratosphere. Already built,' In Berlin, is another plane ^with a hermetically sealed cockpit, oxygen-supply chambers, ah 82- loot wlngspread and ti crude oil motor—and it's said to be capable 6( flying -700 miles an hour at an altitude of ten miles. • The two planes now nearlng completion In Pnris are similar in piinciple. They are monoplanes with exaggerated wing spans. The most unusual feature, however, is & sealed submarine-like cabin built of metal and strong enough to prevent it from bursting' outwards from the air within while the plane Is riding In the thin stratospheric, element. Hifh Speed tattMe .The Querchals machine has a wing 55 feet In sprrad and thick 'in construction, with the bracing In the interior.'It has a 700 horsepower Lorraine riotor and, under Guerchais' calculations, should be able to fly at • 50,000 feet at 300 iniles an hour. The 'sealed 'cabin in the Guer- ci.ais machine Is It lit of duralu- min, like that used by Professor Auguste PIccard In his balloon flight. It will "house the motor and two pilots, and will also contain highly sensitive' instruments for scipfltlfic" observations and safe flying when nothing can be seen. An '"EJecrb-Mecanlque". compressor, subject to regulation Irom the cockpit,' will be' started, according to plans, it about 20,000 feet altitude and Ited the engine as well is the men.' Ufe ill - this cabin during flight •will be much tho same as that in a submarine, with oxygen tanks and a system for the absorbtion of carbon gases. . Plane B»i!t in Secret Henri Parman, pioneer aviator and one ot the foremost constructors in France, is zealously guarding the secrets of" his stratosphere machine. It outwardly resembles .the famous Farman type of commercial machine, but has n wingspread of nearly 60 feet. The airtight compartment is surmounted by five heavy radiators, three for air, one for oil and one for water. It will be driven by a 500 horsepower motor and the apparatus In the cabin will pump 60. litres of warm air n minute. The plane Is heavily constructed, but it Is cstl- nutcd that It should mnk e between *00 and 500 miles an hour in the rarified air of the stratosphere. Both Guarchais and Farman will use a propeller with a variable piteh, or angle of attack on the air, which may be changed by the pilot during flight. Work on tho Farmah stratosphere plane has been going on for four years. "We shall not attempt, anythin" sensational at first." Farman said. The machine, .\vblch should be ready In about two months, will «* flown first at low altitudes und then higher by gradual stages ' , . To Seek New Altil^es • w e do not know what we shall TO, out we hope for much. It may at. considered as certain that the JJUtudes of from 50,000 to 60,000 leet which machines of the pres ent may reach will in time imtly surpassed. Traoretieally, we ought to I?7v T ?T--'•«*• The rariflratlon ol the air should, In theory, permit normal speed to be doubled above 30,000 feet and quadrupled above 60.060 feet, but this is not exactly true.. TO reach great altitudes !?. sh *" n«ve to put on weight and this win cut down speed." It is no secret, however, that Fsrman engineers figure that a normal speed at 120 miles an hour *houW develop into 600 an hour »t from 70,000 to 90,000 feet si- Sead Courier Mows Want Adi. be . basls> a srao _ JP-Vre »frpf»M should fly from Paris to New York in six hours EAST GRINSTEAD, England, (U . P) — An Iron ^tombstone. . Wl. hH been found It Inches M Jew the MI In the p«rish church dated be Builds Plane For Stratosphere Machine May Swe ,'" frem Jail London Faces Invasion Of Continenta ( '" ire " by Col. Lindbergh on his cr.ochnl irans-Atlnmlc ni, voyage. ' ' family Initials Always Spell BED PORTLAND, Me., (UP)—Eight ncmbcrs of a Mnine fnmlly huvu mines whose initials spell words: B-ern!ce B—Iclta U-owny. P—frcy A-.ld»n D-owny. K—oscoe B—inly D-owny. O—rrin L— eland D-owny. O—scar D—cimls D—oiviiy. L—eslle A—rthiir D—owny. lr-eslle r^-rtlnir D—owny. C —ora A—gnes D—owny. - -LONDON, IUPJ— London is Doing I 1 " 8 to i Tlierc wns a time when a jirsl- • i c'nss (,'lgolo could make as'iriu-h its (jlgolos'* 250 a w «*. with a few 'choice 1 nrcscnUi thrown in. They are 'wlll- , — n s ong Invnded by gigolos, who Imvc nils- «l their iKculIar tr.ule nlinosl to the slnlus of n iirofcsslon. : (inys ' . very -much less . PARIS. I UP)_H is U |> to Protts- f.or John <!c ^adtank ' Dunlkovskl, ten of, a Polish 'savant, to set XQld out ol stones before scientists In the University of. Paris laboratories, or ! fuce jail sciHeiice, according to Rx- ' uinlnlni; Mni'lstrate OrcUmngau. The Polish i>iofessar rijccntly was Jallt-d on clmrnes tliat hj'fijlled to ueliver the (joods with his machine j (or extracting pure gold from jrotks. Tlie apjiaratui .wos reimtert I to be nWe autoinutlcally to gather • up BOW from mineral matter containing the precious metiil. If ,(h cmachliic succeeds, as Dun- ikowskl says Jl will, It will :nve solved a mystery that has bnllbd .science for centuries and wil'l :n- able Dim1kov:skl to excliBnije a prii- on eel! for a aililed palncs. Rats from Idle Shipi . Form London I«NDON;./(yp)~Loj!don Is suffering from a''minor rat-plague U w estimated that t.H.eii! .'are 23,000 rats to every .<xiua.ro' mile here.-and U Is said that the number is Increasing. . - • . - •. The increase largely is due to disease-carrying ship-rats, which have taken, up .residence ashore. Twenty yiws ago the proportion of s^ver rnts to ship rats .wa.s abiut nine (o one. The Ha urcs a re reversed now Various explanations are given Principal among them is' the number of ships lying me at the docks from which the rats are tcing driven by hunger. Once ashore, (heir superior •agility and strength" en- nble (hem to"oust the se-jprrnt ami they remain' and brecS'ln their new quarters. ' • ' •• . .. • Movie Aids Small Patients Pat y, JANUARY 15, 1933 lence -- - ,-.- -... , c ' 1 ' 4 ' """ic Same 41 Yeirs They arc Ilockini; in from (ho NKWFIELDS, N. H,--(OI!)"-- tContincnf ntul the Rivlurn, in Forty years a B o two bald easl« M-id. ol dn,ttl« B Jobs. | established wmier quarters",,' i lie icnso.i is liie rnanclnl situ-1 trees bordering tho Swampscctt ntlon. Rich cllcnls are scarce. Noittlver. Except for two uSon- oniier ,,re l),en .scores of mm-, nbly mlkl winters, the -birds,-have «eh«nvomeii (o jmy liamlsomely! D™ nnnual vislctrs here " for ll,e scrvlcps of an attractive arrived recently for 'their, male ilnncini; pnrincr. "visit " • 1932 Detroit Peath lute Down DGTFtOlT,. Michigan, (UP)-D«- irolt's death rate for 'all disease !decrca£ed to a record low during 1931, Recording to-figures'released by Dr. Henry P.; Vaughan. commissioner of health. Oh: a 'popu- •lallon basis .of J.532,608 persons the 19:)1 death rate', for the city nils. 8.7 for eacli 1,(HX), as com-' pared with 0.2 for, 1930.' .'' BRITAIN^ HAS^ 3,5«,W4 5CO.OCO-iloga owned by° Great Britain •« the R1TZ THEATER Last Time Today Matinee— 2:30 - Niflil— 6-45 A(h)).— .U'liiiiee— 10 and 30c Might— JO mill 3:,u SK10 The Champ' •with Wallace Berry and Jackie Cooper Irene Rich _Also^Carloon and Comedy Saturday Only 1:30 C'ontinoiis to 10:00 Atlni.— Maiinec and Night— 30 and 2r>c OblMous to his fear-inspiring surroundings, tlie youngster sures open-mouthi'cl at the moving pictures projected on the celling—and the dentist woiks unhampered. At least that's the idea that is being denionstraleil here by Dr. Lawrence Oljrey, of Boston, Mass., and Bobbie, his 3-year-old son. The animated cartoon on the celling ' flushed from the movie machine partly visible at the right. Research Staiiim for Foresters MILES CITY, Montana, <UP) This . spring the U. S. Forestry Service will start a research station at the range livestock station near here. The station has been authorized by Congress to study range utilization, restoc!:- ng broken and abandoned land, and to investigate the best times .0 place slock on the range. .St-lls Knillo for Cash and Farm WAUPACA, Wisconsin, <.UP) — Wiiup.-ic.x merchant, who asked I that his nams be withheld, receiil- I ly sold a radio for $30, receiving Jin return 545 cash and a 40-acre Ifaim. Two years ago tlic property sold for $1.000. tut the buyci jclioppcd the deal after paying S400 'and rinding himself unable to con- Ilinie the installments-. "S ure use d to Roil •lon't xpcnd so mticl, , tn himself but it-fiat he cuii affvnl la enjoy the bett in smokes, "Myself... I smok(! Chesterfields. Ilicy cured me of mllirT my own. rirst off, you get bolter tobacco. "I'm not knockin 1 tlie makin's .. l>m )t stamls to n -*, nrt CbcsterfielJa \vouliin I },a where r!,,_. y are , 0 j ay if tlicyditln'lgivoyouilic finest tobacco. I like their aroma. "l'lemyonWki-hi nC bc 3t crfiel,l 3 ...audyoudou'tgcti/wfintlicinakin's. N DU PONT •THE ItST _Cot a rigbt good opinion of my- f eJf, but I don't figure I'm as ctevcr as llio : c cijprctte-making machine.', r-vory single Chesterfield is round and Cllwi right...beats anything you can roll jonreclf. Besides, it smokes cooler and lasts longer. I've tried "oiL, so I know." * Gibing .mateurisli about Cix=sterfieW« tiaanJ Alex Cray,popular tolout, entertain you «vcry nighl except SunHiy, it 10:30 1'J'l.Tii Standard Time, on tlie Columbia CoisMo-Coist Network. NUMBER 3OO MOISTURI-PROOF EXPINSIVt THAT'S '5 Star Final' with udwarcl G. Robinson _^!SQ Serialjind Cartoon '•^ Sunday and Monday Adm.— Matinee ant! Night— !» and 40e. ur th -° Pktui '° Waiting p 0 r _ Also News and Comedy GEM THEATRE Friday and Satnrday .Matinee—2:30 - Night—6:45 Adm.—ifatince and Night— 10 and 25c Your Favorite.Outdoor Slav Buck Jones in 'Border Law' Also "Sign of the Wolf", No. 2 and Cartoon. Sunday and Monday Adm.—Jlatinwi and Night— 10 nnd 30c You Can't Miss This Picture It Played for MONTHS ON BROADWAY ittr STAR • WITNESS Walter Hmto "Chic" S»fe Also I-ittlo Dirkic Jlonm, Frances Sinn- a; !( | Sally B| a .j« News tuid Slioit Subjects •

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