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Butte Montana Standard (Newspaper) - December 12, 1932, Butte, Montana Montana Standard Butte monday morning december 12, 1932 a Washington bystander did you know i illustrated question Box a a a a1 by p j Scott a Quot a a a -----------==gg5 a Corr of to. 1d3z, by Antral pro Agar mation inc. I the australian ballot system of voting was first / / it a a \ used in the United states in k of to age by Kentuck Butla phed it Jar v Only to the Erfy of Louisville f a v a wet health and diet advice Butte by Kirke Simpson i at the West nor be struck she would be left Safe and supreme in the East Able to defend herself and to operate at Short Range against the asiatics. The plan fits in with the whole controversy raging Over Japan a activities in Manchuria and the Lytton report on the league of nations investigation. Tokyo has shown no in a mentions of bowing submissively to any league decision regarding her policies in the far East. She is willing however to enter into almost any arrangement to limit her sphere of influence to the far East. The United j states and other world Powers Are facing the momentous decision of pursuing a severe a diplomatic conflict or accepting Japan a demand for a Large measure of supremacy in her requested sphere of influence. Copyright 1932. Mccoy health service los Angeles. Cal reducing is Safe and Wise. There have been a lot of medical Quot experts a who have been getting their names into print recently by criticizing women who reduce by dieting. Possibly you have read some of the wild stories about tuberculosis or other diseases being caused by those who Are reducing or even heard that some one might starve to death while trying to fast away a few pounds of extra flesh. Many women May be frightened by such statements which have been printed Over the signatures of these a most of whom have never put a patient on a diet in their lives. My opinion of this is that most of these health advisers do not understand even the rudiments of dieting. Most of such advice is based upon the old theory that Quot being fat is let is assure every one of my readers that there is no connection Between fat and health and i believe that there is much More danger in a fat person not reducing than in starving for Normal proportions. Although i have seen thousands of cases where the weight was reduced i do not recall having seen any fat woman who was injured by limiting the amount of food below that of which she was accustomed to eating. The Only possible danger that i can think of would be for her to reduce too much below Normal on a diet that is deficient in alkaline forming elements or vitamins. This danger is entirely averted if the fresh fruits a and non starchy vegetables Are predominant in an anti fat menu. I do however believe that injuries of the heart or other organs result where certain medicinal preparations Are i advisedly used for reducing. I have never found such extracts either advisable or necessary. Much of the talk about the 1 dangers of reducing has probably originated where medicines were used. I wish to repeat that fat is not an indication of health. The proper weight for the Best physical and mental vigor is always far below the patient s Ideal. It is a Well known fact that after 30 a person a has a much better Chance of living to a Ripe old age if he is thin. I when one is on a reducing diet one should also receive sufficient exercise to maintain the muscular i tone. Long daily walks Are undoubtedly valuable because the body thereby absorbs a Large amount of oxygen to assist in con. Sliding the clogging weight material in the Muscles and tissues. Reducing takes place More quickly on an acid fruit fast and such a fast May be used from five to ten Days without danger by any fat person. The diet following the fast should be carefully selected to Supply the necessary amount of protein and Green vegetables. I want to invite my readers to Send me their experiences with diet in reducing weight. You will Surprise me if you Send in any bad experiences with weight reducing dieting whether it has been Good or bad. I will be glad to report these facts Back to you through the columns of this paper. The theories about diet Are As varied As those about religion but still i am sure there is not any More Chance for one to be injured by following a certain diet than there is following a particular kind of religion. As soon As one shows a willingness to diet it shows that he has an inquiring mind which can learn the effects of scientific dietetics in a profitable Way. Questions and answers. Rheumatic spurs. Questions Lawrence b writes Quot i have been suffering or the last six months with my feet. Foot specialists treated me for falling Arches but with no results As the pain still continues in the heels As though i were standing on stones. A recent a Ray shows what they Call a spurs around the heels. Do you think these can be removed through an operation or is there anything i can do a answer rheumatic spurs on the heels Are due to local irritation of rheumatic toxins which causes Bony exudates known As spurs. These cause a great Deal of irritation and pain when walking. The Large ones usually have to be removed surgically but the Small ones can j sometimes be absorbed by diet and hot Epsom Salt Baths for to or 15 i minutes Dally followed by cold foot j Baths to improve the circulation. Pineapple juice healthful. Questions mrs. Nathan g. Writes Quot wish you would kindly advise me if you consider pineapple juice As i beneficial As Orange juice. Do you i think it contains too much sugar j and should it be avoided by Ane i mics also please advise if the Ca i Loric value of unsweetened pineal pie juice is higher than Orange j answer unsweetened pineapple juice is a splendid substitute for Orange juice if one prefers it. The pineapple juice should of course never be sweetened and there is no reason for those suffering from anaemia to avoid it. Oranges Are naturally a sweeter fruit than pineapple and would therefore have a higher caloric value. The Calory Content would vary in oranges according to the amount of natural sugar contained in the oranges. Private school and College attendance drops Phil Adelphi the average attendance in private boarding schools and colleges throughout the country this fall is five and three tenths per cent less than last year. According to a Survey made by n. W. Ayer and company. The report covering 322 institutions indicates tha schools Are lowering their rates in an Effort to retain their average enrolment. A dirty foul Melling Rac denoted coast Rev and poverty v m among the la holy Meh pm i we o clo urn eve Lviv to Mecca tie turks have. A saying of Thill Quot the Camel w 1 is not a Rose of i Jpn a Isfahan of Toms birr the i Filo i m Flop Ftp makes a �?�fl4 e Devil i Osgi hold his lab for nose Quot the Farmers plea it is a strange Paradox that Farmers representing very largely the same group which last summer attempted to remedy the agricultural Price situation by withholding their products from the Market should now Appeal directly to Congress to scrap All efforts toward control of farm production. The 250 delegates to the Farmers National Relief conference who journeyed to Washington to place their demands directly before Congress repudiated economists professional farm leaders and politicians. In a prepared statement they said a farm leaders and politicians dare to talk of surplus in the face of this social calamity. Dare to base legislation on a theory of reduction of acreage that will fit the present starvation they asked for a direct appropriation of half a billion dollars from Congress a to raise All Rural families to a decent Standard of at the same time they asked for a debt Holiday on mortgages rents and taxes. Common adversity should have taught us tolerance. Some of these Farmers have so Long faced the impossible that they should not be greatly blamed if they now ask the impossible from the government. There is a Grain of truth in their attack upon production control. It is recognized that there Are Many who could Well use the surpluses which economists and More conservative farm leaders Are now seeking to Cut off. The difficulty is one of distribution and the revival of buying Power. It would All be very simple if the government were by some magic the inexhaustible storehouse of Supply that some of the petitioners for direct Relief seem to think it is. But constructive leaders know that the Only source for the requested half billion is the already overburdened taxpayer and so they Are seeking some Means of getting the complicated Industrial machine to run again on its own motive Power. If by cutting off the unmarketable surplus we can establish sound farm prices we will have a foundation on which to build. Obol 1 Ousby if there were some Means of restoring immediately the buying Power of those needing the surplus instead of limiting the surplus it would be a happier solution but no Means of doing this has been discovered. We must face realities but the desperate pleas of those who ask the impossible should at least impress upon the present session of i Congress the necessity for constructive action it instead of political quibbling. A balanced budget with the least possible interference with Trade operations and some definite plan for improving farm and commodity prices Are the first requisites. The military costume of the Zulu Warrior made of co tails something to conjure with 1,500,000 copies Standard works Are distributed under plan. I terns of interest 32 years ago Horoscope a a a riotous laity machines weighing tons break atom tue Tutts by Crawford Young Japan a arms proposal further evidence of Japan a determination to Institute a a Monroe doctrine of the far East is contained in that nations naval disarmament plan As presented at Geneva. The plan As explained by its custodian. Vice Admiral Osami Nagano is direct and simple and appears quite As much a credit to its authors As other plans presented at the conference. It makes a Sharp distinction Between offensive and defensive naval weapons. It embodies the abolition of aircraft carriers and of flying decks on capital ships retention of Short Range coast defense submarines and scrapping of Long Range cruising submarines reduction of maximum tonnage of each Type of surface War boat and reduction of maximum naval gun Caliper to 14 inches. While the general plan As outlined by Admiral Nagano did not Deal with naval ratios it has since been revealed that Japan will ask the privilege of building a Navy very nearly on a Par with those of the United states and great Britain. This however is quite in keeping with her previously avowed policy of demanding Independent diplomatic supremacy in the far East. Japan explains that obviously if aircraft carriers Long Range submarines and Large surface ships of maximum cruising radius were abolished a Japan could neither strike so Many Corners have been set up for business to turn that it is no wonder it is still a bit wobbly. Opt Nam in

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