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MARCH 23, 1935 PAGE NINE :OF INSECTS By W.'-~--. Allen Story (the magazine of of Natural His- 1939, is an inter- and more or less e concerning the eating beings. For some civilized man has ac- aversion to being fed few, if any, of us m the possibility ordi- reason why most of us by the mention of in- r in food, is because our days has led us to ence given to "wee- foods in many ac- privations. Still, it .at we dislike the sur- suggested by In our food unexpect- like. to eat sugar or hon- Is ants. We blaine the when we find in packages of ns recently purchased. looks of a package of tt is riddled with wee- is our attitude in home. ~fOuld not be so extreme- we found these same tr food supplies in a tripremote from conveniences. refuse to eat if over- in our homes in such food stuffs became WHAT MAKES YOU THINK? Your brain sends out thought waves by tiny electrical impulses. Amplified 300,000 times, they can now be record- ed on a strip of paper to show: The kind of thoughts you hold and you can be identified by this process of "finger-printing" your brain waves. Animals think; infants and idiots do not. These are some of the revelations made in the University of Southern California laboratories by Dr. Lee E. Travis, psychologist, and recently an- nounced after five years of intensive research. By attaching wires to a person's ear and head, then amplifying the brain potentials, which have a strength of from 20 to 200 millionths of a volt, the current is recorded on a moving strip of paper. The fine lines made by an ink stylus give Dr. Travis his clues. , "Wavy lines with an even curl indi- cate that the brain is relaxed," ex- plained the Trojan scientist. "The in- stant that a thought begins these lines begin to straighten out. Thinking of an object produces one kind of mark- ing. Abstract, problematical or emo- tional thoughts all make other char- acteristic recordings. Everyone has typical brain wave lines that can be identified," said Dr. Travis. "The brain is an automatic creator attd is not a mere network of silent nerves that respond to stimuli. Even in sleep it continues to give off impulses of its own." The process being developed by the S. C. psychologist has nothing to (to with intelligence. "It does give us a CERTIFICATE F O R TRANSAC- TION O F BUSINESS UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME The undersigned do hereby certify that they are conducting an Engrav- ing, Printing and Publishing Business at 407 East Pico Street, Los Angeles, California, under the fictitious name of Matz Engraving Company, and that said firm is composed of the following persons, husband and wife as Joint Tenants, whose nantes in full and place of residence are as follows: to-wit: Peter F. Matz, 2221 Palm Grove, Los Angeles, California, Ella R. Matz, 2221 Palm Grove, Los Angeles, California. WITNESS our hands this 15th day of March, 1939. PETER F. MATZ, ELLA R. MATZ. State of California SS County of Los Angeles On this 15th day of March, 1939, be- fore me, John G. Cope, Notary Public in and for said County and State, re- siding therein, duly commissioned aml sworn, personally appeared Peter F. Matz and Ella R. Matz, known to me to be the persons whose names are subscribed to the within instrument and acknowledged to me that they ex- ecuted the same. In Witness Whereof, I have here- unto set my hand and affixed my offi- cial seal the day and year in this cer- tificate first above written. (SEAL) JOHN G. COPE, Notary Public in and for said County and State. CERTIFICATE FO R TRANSAC- TION O F BUSINESS UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME The undersigned do hereby certify that they are conducting a Paper Sup- ply. House featuring Mission Bell Fine Papers and other Paper Supplies Bus- iness at 407 East Pico Street, Los An- geles, California, under the fictitious firm name of MISSIO,N BELL PA- PER COMPANY, and that said firm is composed of the following persons, husband and wife as Joint Tenants, whose names in full and place of resi- dence are as follows, to-wit: Peter F. Matz, 2221 Palm Grove, Los Angeles, California, Ella R. Matz, 2221 Palm Grove, Los Angeles, California. WITNESS our hands this 15th day of March, 1939. PETER F. MATZ, ELLA R. MATZ. State of California County of Los Angeles[ SS On this 15th day of March, 1939, be- fore me, John G. Cope, Notary Public in and for said County and State, re- siding therein, duly commissioned and sworn, personally appeared Peter F. Matz and Ella R. Matz, known to me to be the persons whose names are subscribed to the within instrument and acknowledged to me that they ex- ecuted the same. In Witness Whereof, I have here- unto set my hand and affixed my of- ficial seal the day and year in this certificate first above written. (SEAL) JOHN G. COPE, days or weeks. Un- clue as to how the brain works," Dr. My Commission Expires Notary Public in and for roger our appetites Travis said, "and we hope to add cot)- June 8, 1941. said County and State. fectm by the tiny tributions to thefields of medicine, John G. Cope, Atty., My Cotnmission Expires sharing our availablepsychology, andto the studiesof 601 Consolidated Bldg., June 8, 1941. [ days I liked to pick thinking ability." Los Angeles, Calif. John G. Cope, Atty., ~-o~ Publish March 23, 30; April 6, 13. 601 Consolidated Bhtg., dums, and peaches forCHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHURCHES ---- Los Angeles, Calif. tom the .tree. Evidence -- -- ____ No good work is ever clone by menPnblish March 23, 30; April 6, 13. in fruit partly eaten nev-'Matter' was the subject of the Les- who do not put their heart in their tress ed me even if I sus- SPecimen had been swal- son-Sermon on Sunday in all Churches work. Wanted--Additional subscribers to q)s I Would t~e more care- of Christ, Scientist. --- The Catalina Islander. This is your A Scriptural citation included these ~ ..... Haknev: Your new topcoat as ra- local paper. It is doing its best to ad- e. about selecting a place passages about Jesus from Luke: "And ther loud." vertise the attractions of Santa C.ata- it is doubtful that I ever ! fruits the numbers andbehold, there came a man named Jai- o .... L pp: Yes, but I always use a 1,na lsland. Wdl you help by sub- ~seets that I did from the rus, and he was a ruler of the syna- muffler with it." " scribing for it ? gogue: and he fell down at Jesus' feet, L' I remember very dis- and besought hint that he wouhl come ~. h newly picked pail of 't~(1 a number of plant into his house: For he had one onl} ,les, and even little spi- (laughter, about tweh'e years of age, around over the fruits, and she lay a dying... While he yet spike, there cometh one front the rul- o I took little time to in- er of the synagogue's house, saying to :s eaten while doing the him, Thy daughter is (lead; trouble not ! HERE EVERY DAY I llave eaten considerable the *lister. But when Jesus heard it, [ HE~;I~I{ F;R SALE HE ] ese tiny creatures. In-he answered him, saying, Fear not: T RE ~re times when I was believe only, and she shall be made I eaten one or more if whole. And when he came into the n strng, "bitey'' taste, house .... he put them all out, and e that of the fruit. Sotook her by the hand, and called, say- I [ I Ver noticed the attitudes ing, Maid, arise. And her spirit came I " "Cig nd Cig ] Persons have been nmch again and she arose straightway: and ar8 a arettes any own. None of us he commamted to give her meat." :ely choose to eat these A selection from "Science and I ] Your Favorite Smoking or Chewing Tobacco [ :s but we really haveHealth with Key to the Scriptures," by I Freshest and Best of CANDIES at All Times [ to make extended effort Mary Baker Eddy, presented the so. statement: "The Principle and proof f fact' in the curse f f Christianity are discerned bY spir- I [ all of us probably eat itual sense. They are set forth in Je- ~ ~l~l]'~'hW :h Our garden vegeta- sus' demonstrations, which show--by E..WINDLE, Prop. [ with fresh fruits. Thehis healing the sick, casting out evils, I ~Ove mentioned articleand destroying death, 'the last enemy. ._ to illustrate thisthat shall be destroyed,'---his disre- lettuce, the other gar(1 of matter and its so-called laws." ( both cases sonte one i about eating insects -----o--~- and he immediately Customer : "Do you keep men's themselves were not hats?" Practice when lie point- Clerk: "We don't keep them, we sell Plant lice on carefullythem." and a few tiny fly mag-Customer: "Well, you can keep the one you thought you were going to sell me. of our foods do not a more or less rec- insects may be .Small larvae, or frag- the various stages. at may contain frag- or rice weevils, flour insects that attack chances are a rail- the particles are so )uld not be noticed." fruits are almost Some insect inclusions the ripening fruit but stage of handling or attack. That is the almost impossible to s in good condition from season to season. After a cer- tain number of months eggs begin to hatch and the grubs to feed on the packaged or stored things. If eaten soon enough after drying or storing not only are the microscopic eggs un- noticed but the young insects have (lone no feeding on the products. Sav- ages are no more bothered by the full grown insect than we are by the in- visible eggs. Although our own eating of insects may not be from choice it may be well for us to realize that we are not so far superior in our food taking prac- tices as we like to think. PHONE AVALON 161 PHONE RICHMOND 6171 AVALON, CALIF. 1719 SO, F-OWE~ ST. LOS ANGELES RAY C. WALL, REPRESENTATIVE OF OVERHOLTZER, Inc. FUNERAL DIRECTOR Cleaning and Pressing S. C. I. Co. We do all o Jr work LAUNDRY DEPT. on the Island llS Ca,lina Avenue TELEPHONE 32 OR 105 SHERMAN SMITH, Distributor . ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::