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'AUG. IT, 1933.
—Dietz on Science — CATALYST AGE WOULD ALTER ALL INDUSTRY Use of Great Power of Chemicals May Be Next Advance. BV DAVID DIET/. Keripp*-Howard f dilor Th* next age may be the Agp of Catalysts. Many scientists think that the day will comp whn we wiil look back upon the Machine Age with smiles. We are proud today of our huge factories with their tall chimneys belching smoke into the sky. No doub* the mishty dinosaur, floun dering around .n th“ swamps of the Age of Reptiles was proud of his huge bulk Tiny mammals, so small that he could crush one beneath his ponderous foot, must have ex cited his mirth. Hut the day came when the dino saur disappeared from the face of the earth and the tiny mammal took his place. The chemist knows that our boasted efficiency is an inefflacnev Os the rankest son We are efficient up to th“ extent of our knowledge bin our ignorance is still abysmal. The time is coming when we will look back to the present day as a sort of technical Dark Aire. There is something to think about when ever you are inclined to'pufl up your chest about th“ twentieth century And yet. it is not altogether fair to say that For scientists and en gineers have ev'-ry right to be proud of the accomplishments of the first three decades of this century. 'Hie point I wish to make is that scien tists and engineers look forward r o advances of such magnitude that they will revolutionize present in dustrial methods. Natural Self-Starter The scientist, looks to catalysts to bring about the revolution Tne catalyst has been defined as a self starter In some way. it promotes or starts up chemical reactions which otherwise cannot be carried on without the expenditure of tre mendous amounts of energy, usually in the form of heat Nature still knows more about catalysts than does man. A black berry bush, growing on a hillside, is a smarter chemist than any man kind has yet produced. The bush, or any other green plant, absorbs the carbon dioxide ot the air and the water of the soil and with the aid ot sunlight puts them together into the sugars and starches which are within its cells. The energy for this chemical re action Is the energy of sunlight. But the reaction is possible only in the presence of a green coloring matter in the plant's cells. This green stuff, known as chlorophyl, is a catalyst. Power nf Sun Wasted Sunlight is continuously falling upon the earth’s surface and largely going to waste. In one second, the amount of energy which falls upon a square yard of the earths surface is the equivalent of two-thtrds of a horse power Some day chemists hope to know enough about cata lysts to put that wasted energy to work Chemical reactions go on within man's digestive system which are of such a nature that chemists can only reproduce them with the aid of tremendous amounts of energy. Undoubtedly, there are catalysts in the digestive juices which make these reactions possible with little energy When the chemist looks to the 4f lit lire use of catalysts, he is not indulging m a dream. Many chemi cal processes now employ catalysts. DEMAND JDyrYS MtsyrE Mr> *NY Full 3-lh. ran choicely hop fla vored. Non* Better. Made by the only Malt Syrup Manufac turer in Indianapolis and sold by vour retail store. - FREE - A full half-pound can of DUFFY’S Sweet Cocoa and Malted Milk. Just otail this ad and a label from Duffy's Purr Malt Syrup with your name and address on it to— DEXTORA COMPANY INDIANAPOLIS. INDIANA Only one ran free to a familv 'EVANS* HORIZONTAL Answer to Previous Puzzle 19 The pictured 1 Firs* name of 1q 05 LPT El E fcj IP-ftl lady wm the lady In the [SEC 6 N DMm AXJb/l AI cj fln,t woman te picture. TQT tfpPw I TpBANC 0 in 5 Definite ?V ’2Sh7 ? w a gypL rkdSifi- tee?: c , ln — 7 8 La*t name of SBCONV OL V E E. 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The manufacture of sulphuric jjcid makes use of platinum as a catalyst Thp reaction by which sulphur dioxide is changed to sul phur trioxide in the manufacture of sulphuric acid Is a difficult re action to carry on. But it is easily carried out in the presence of platinum. Tlie platinum apparently does not enter the reaction, or if it does, it. plays only a temporary part in it. But nevertheless, its presence supplies the environment in which the reaction can take place. Catalysts also play an important role in the hydrogenation of fats. Oils ran bo made into fats by the addition of hydrogen. But under normal conditions, oils will not re act with hydrogen. Nickel, however, is the catalyst in this case. In the presence of nickel, the oils and hydrogen react to form solid fats. Other processes in which catalysts are used include the manufacture of ammonia, synthetic wood alcohol and acetic acid These successes have urged chem ists in all parts of the world to at tack the problems of catalysts. And they are the reasons that the chem ist regards present methods as make-shift, which some day must give way to simpler and less expen sive ones. STAMPS TO BE SHOWN Exhibit to Be Part of Annual Con vention of Club. Sixth annual exhibition of the Precancel Stamp Society will be held in Indianapolis Aug. 28 to 31, in conjunction with the annual conven tion of the Indiana Stamp Club. The conclave will bo held at the Lockerbie. L. O. Ward is general chairman for the event, assisted by A. W. C. Brumfield, in charge of ar rangements: Floyd Shockley, exhibi tion; Guy H. Miller, auction; Albert L Jones, auction, and H. H. Coburn, bourse. A. F. Gambrr. Valley City, N. D.. is president of the pre-cancel society, which is international in member ship C. C. Bradfleld. Albany. 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If you don’t know the name of dessert problem that it won’t an- a nearby Furnas dealer, phone us. FURNAS ICE CREAM The Cream of Quality BANDITS _TIE MOTORIST Crandall 'lnd.) Man Is Robbed of Money and Auto. ftil T'n’trrl I‘rrxn CRANDALL. Ind.. Aug 11—Joe F. Barry of Crandall reported to Harrison county authorities today that he was robbed of his money and automobile by two bandits who left him tied up to facilitate their escape. WE WOMEN MUST KEEP OUR JOUTH / % 1 /“NH, bother the birth / Staying young is really very j s Ns, simple if you know / \ your carbohydrates and f \ minerals, your proteins £' ; I \ and vitamins. These M j \ are the vital elements 1 \ Nature so generously j stores in whole wheat. And you can have them, every one, in delicious golden-brown biscuits ;. ; Shredded Wheat. It’s the very food of youth! Just whole wheat with nothing added or " la * ten awa > - Ready cooked, ready to eat - Nes, ready to serve in many de- lightful ways ... with milk or cream, with fresh or preserved fruit. Try it tomorrow, and the next day; n.. „ NUt „. mi, . “ for “ “ n P'", 51 ”' m'als tie package, yo* KNOW you Perhaps you 11 find, as millions have, have Shredded Wheat. that it's youth ;:; by the bowlful! SHREDDED WHEAT A product of NATIONAL .BISCUIT COMPANY “Uneodo Bakers" THE ECDIASTXPOLIS TOTES' 6IRL, 22. TECH GRADUATE.ENDS LIFE BY POISON Attractive East Side Miss Was Despondent Over Long 111 Health. An attractive 22-vear-old east side girl. Miss Mildred Beadle. 1115 North Ewing street, despondent over illness, committed suicide today by drinking carbolic acid at her home. Miss Beadle called her mother. Mrs William E. Beadle, and told her she had taken the acid. Dr. William Garner, summoned to give Irst aid treat ment. ordered the ;ity hospital am bulance, and the girl died in the ambulance as it turned into the hospital ground. Miss Beadle is survived by her father, hes mother and a sister. Miss Iris Beadle. Born here on March 29. 19 11. Muss Beadle was grad- .Miss Beadle uated from Tech nical high school in 1927, and first attended Butler university, where she was a member of the Ddta Zeta sorority. Later, she attended Indiana uni versity. where two years ago she suffered a nervous breakdown from overstudy. She had been ill* ever since, her mother said. While at Technical, she was a member of the staff of the Arsenal Cannon, school news paper. The girl's father, a real estate dealer, has been in failing health for some time. She never had threatened suicide, members of the family said. Fu neral arrangements have not been made. LECTURE IS SUNDAY Pasadena Man to Be Speaker at Cadle Tabernacle. Bud Robinson of Pasadena, Cal., will tell the story of his life at Cadle Tabernacle Sunday afternoon at 3. Robinson is a nationally-known lec turer. E Howard Cadle will speak at night. Special music will be given by the Tabernacle choir of more than 1,000 voices. Richard Dix and Doris Kenyon Top Movie Cast •No Marriage Ties,’ Which Opens Today at the Apollo. Tells Story of a Live-Wire Advertising Man. BY WALTER D. HICKMAN RICHARD DTX and Doris Kenyon are co-starred in "No Marriage Ties.” which opens today at the Apollo. It is claimed to be a “val uable lesson for women who wait too long for love ” Mr Dix really has two leading women, as Elizabeth Allen is the other one. Kenneth Collins manager of the Apollo, has supplied me with the following data on this movie: Produced by RKO-Radio. “No Marriage Ties" presents Richard Dix in the starring role. Opposite Dix. in the leading feminine part, appears Miss Doris Kenyon, former Mrs Milton Sills. Another prominent mem ber of the case is Miss Elizabeth Allan. English beauty, whom, it is said, will appear opposite Leslie Howard in Fox Film's Berkeley Square." Set against Dix's career as an ad vertising power who makes America buy merchandise via tricky methods, is a double love affair between the star and his two leading women. As Bruce Foster, Dix acquires Peggy Wilson for his mistress His gallant proclivities lead him to Adrienne Deane, society girl who once loved and lost, and has re strained herself since. Dix breaks down the reserve of Adrienne and engages to marry her. But when Peggy is informed and stamps him as a heartless rake, he asks his release from Adrienne to return to Peggy. While business enemies ensnare him in the mire of his own un ethical tactics. Adrienne commits suicide. A powerfullly sympathetic IMPORTANT NEW STORE HOURS WEEK DAYS, 7A.M.T06 P. M. SATURDAY HOURS M ■ ■■■■ Till* is tin* week to buy ripe fruit* nnd vegetable*. and hkfl W% I I vour nearby Kroner or IMswly 44 iitelv f ■ 1 fl I I place to buy them You will And the pick nf the peak- I BSB H * M \ I ■ oeason crop ready for you at decidedly low price* I"r I k ff 1 eek*. our fruit and WfcMbh apeelalUt* ha*e been m m ■ ■■■l rieht on the troimd selecting f 1 I I groan to Kroger or IMggly IVII, More* for thl. JKltl M m I I special *ale. Visit the Kroger or IMggly \liggl> More K !■■■ I I fruit and Vegetable Section you’ll know that the. F VW | I I I I hare been really successful. Wl OO OW Mil <JI \L-L_ Firm . Yellow-Ripe and Fine-Flavored % BANANAS ■ - like S H these H of unusually floe quality ■ gP j H LDj>. H the Kroger Knjor Mananas now at food Foundation os. | this special low price. Fill >7 riITFY BANANA PIE op the fruit bowl. Serre JW I ripr bananas. t thsps. / ihem at breakfast and In conf.'s sugar. '* tsp. salt. 1/ salads—and how about rup whipped rream. 5i tsp. a 1 delicious banana pie? almond ewtraot, or 'i tsp. J vanilla. 1 baked pie shell or 6 a A gfl 'ZsSK- NFW POTATOES U. S. No. 1 I 0 Lb*. Ol* rream. Maraschino cherrieti, cup nut meats. II ■■ ■ ■ ■ mmm m w™ “ lettuce, mavonnaires. .Add n *"gar, s’.^^h.pVd o^ Sweet Potatoes 3 lb. 19c Fresh Peas 2>b,. 13c ing. Brat mixture until light and fluffy. Pile , into baked pie shell o r tart*. Sprinkle with Yellow Jersey*. tenner csfrs, '.“"■'iVa Tomatoes 2<. 9c Sugar Corn 25c •. Apples 4lh„ 25c Cantaloupes 3.-- 25c side down. Arrange a length- rr* wise half of banana on each f jVW.-.|l ' with whipped P crra h m. mayCSbbdSe *- h 5C OniOllS 3*- h - lOC naisc, maraschino cherries, • and nut meats. Xetv Solid Heada. Yellow Globe*. 1 Oranges Dol 17c Watermelions Kn 35c California Valencias , Rr( t R lpf—2-I-b. Ave. Armour's Star gs P™ ™ ————— SMOKED HAMS r - Li 1 DC Jack Frost Pure Cane Whole or Shank Half . CENTER SLICES, LB., 29c D I! f 1 A D Kroger's Select Quality Beef wi ■■ I \ POT ROAST 11c Rolled Rib Roast L b 22c Swiss Steak lk 1 7c 1 I’rime Rib. No Rone or AVaste. Tender Ronnd Shoulder. ■ JW J ■ I ■ Stewing Beef th. 7'/ 2 c Ground Beef and Pork Lb. \2Y 2 c " I.enn. Tender Short Ribs. For Meat Loaf. BACON u.} 4%c air Pr - r Sliced Choice Sllee*. No Rind or Waste Lb., I9C | I w l lEm - & uurrck Thuringer 19c Sandwich Spread 3 ran. 27c vua-Fre ß h Weliclou* for Lunche*. Morrel’s —Ready to Eat. Frankfurters 29c Chickens L b 22c . , T* v Armour's Large Fancy. Milk-Fed—For Baking or Roasting. 1 -'ffe Pork Loins Lb„ 12c ’ 4* V ' ' SALMON H 18c PINEAPPLE 2 29. / imoer a\ f tfi Sparkling, *l**- * iKfK 1 fj! It liriou* Her\~l lIOTTLK 1 bkan J ICED TEA 19c COI NTRV CLI R l.emnn Orange— J 4\ e.co '•pedal Blend. BUTTER -k.. Lb.-21c 325 c JEWELL •4B£r COFFEE . 3 a 49^ Sda Crackers A. He S0(!a tekerS 2 & 19C 39c Post Bran Flakes 10c r ”" n,r ' c ""’' Post Toasties -c ***„, m 3c FRENCH 2 45c Linit Starch ' 12c Babo c. 14c r """ Free Tumbler Pad. , Coffee Lb. 25c Mayonnaise ITc BREAD DC Country Clnb. Best Food* or Heilman'*. Country Club. BOYS AND GIRLS get this _ Priee* Effectir* Indianipo- i2j jj . Pl(g IIP REAL INDIAN HEADDRESS K) "ta-xlHS!*b^.l'i'-H'S: ' WIIU Mooresville, MorrUtown. For Pench Shortcake. GIVEN AWAY 44 ITU PURCHASE OF 3 ROLLS SEfttiNOLE TISSUE 319 c fl J M ITil climax presents Bruce remo\-ed from power and claimed by Peggy to be gin life anew. Miss Allan appears in the role of Peggy, and Miss Kenyon is seen as Adrienne Other members of the cast are Alan Dmehart. David Lan dau. Hobart Cavanaugh and Hilda Vaughn. J. Walter Ruben directed from the screen play by Sam Minter and Arthur Caesar The screen play was taken from the legitimate stag; piece by Arch Gaffney and Charles Curran. a a a Other Indianapolis theaters today offer: “Tugboat Annie” at the Palace (second week), "Mama Loves Papa at the Lyric, “She Had to Say Yes on the screen and Texas Guinan and her show on the stage at the Circle; “Melody Cruise” at the Am bassador. and burlesque at the Mu tual and the Colonial. Neighborhood theaters today of fer: The Kings Vacation" at "hr C.rr;.< • Cavalcade at the Dalsv Fx-lJirtv s’ the Princes*. Smoke Lightning at the Stratford; • Orand Slam at ’he Talbo- The Storv of Temp> Or**' at the Ts roffli. Below the Sea al the Irx.r.g I Beef fcjj |2 ▲ Beel 4P* Chuck Hounit | I Roast Steak 1 r Fresh Sliced Smoked Pork Eg Eggs Bacon Hams Roast H 2V -25 c, 15c 15c 10c k Pure Lard—s Pounds—3sc Li BrTTE r R .... ZZCI - 11 !- Ihoxst TOCE Hamburg 8 ;?,c . „ roast iOeU Beet Boil ! 1 ,C Q Sausage 8' .c o'ieo' j Cheese ,'iioes I'll l jcH pTcnlcs .... 10c 8i ;! c 19c 14c| 'lior *4l Ml kXi w- I OKI ' 1 ■•111 -Ml , X T7Ti —TT —m I IN Os Cl HE NTA I. HI.IMi. * \TI Kl> A4*>! A"iC 25 MH■ it "i N '' ] PAGE 19 Sailor'a Luck” at th* Belmont; '"Whit* Zombie ' and California Trail at tha Sander*; amergenev Cal! ' anr. The Man From Mont.er*v at the Fountain Square; Scarlet Rner" and "The Song of tha Eag;e at the Strsnd The Cohen* ard the Ketlva in Trouble at the Ritg, sirict- P<-sona! ' a' the i'ptnwr.. ‘Scarlet R;,er nd Cocktail flour a 1 the St. C.alr The K;*s Before the Mirror' at •he Oriental The Sliver Cord a' th* Hex After the B*::" and The Monkev a Pa at 'he Meccrc* and S ;i'>r a' ,ra * and Silent Men at the Hamilton