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June 26, 1935 - Image 4

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T HE MICHIGAN DAILY WENE

Two Portuguese Noblemen Are Overtaken By Fate

Misfortune overtook Albert and George De Monteverde, wealthy
ti(?ipted a non-stop flight from Floyd Bennett field to, Rome, Italy.
to take the air and crashed into a sandpile. Neither flier was injured.

--Associated Press Photo.
Portuguese noblemen, when they at-
Their heavily-laden monoplane refused

Couzens Spurs
New Roosevelt
Taxation Plans
From Hospital Bed Senator
Offers Measure Calling
For Taxes OnWealthy
WASHINGTON, June 25 - (A) -
Though he is laid up in a Detroit hos-
pital, Sen. James Couzens'. influence
was felt in the Senate today in the
drive for the Roosevelt wealth tax
program.
Couzens has authorized Senator
Robert La Follette (Prog.), Wiscon-
sin to offer a Couzens measure pro-
posing a "prosperity" or "excess pro-
fits" tax on corporations.
"Any wealthy man who faces the
facts," Senator Couzens said, "will
realize he can not indefinitely con-
tinue to hold more than he can use
of the nation's wealth, while others
are crying for enough to support their
families decently. The country just
won't stand for it."
Willing To Contribute
As for himself, Senator Couzens
believes he would have been just as
happy if the Governmenthad taken
a large part of his wealth as it came
rolling into him from the Ford Motor
Co. Many times a millionaire, he has
given awiy large sums, but he still
has more than enough to satisfy his
personal needs.
He says he would gladly give up a
large part of his fortune if other
wealthy men were made to do so also.
"A few individuals have incomes so
large they can not spend them," he
said. "If such incomes were spread

N. Y. Launches 'Benign' Tumors Differentiated
D r i v e Against From The Malignant Growths
-A T-e-

This is the third of the series of short
articles sponsored by the Michigan State
Medical Society inrwhich the essential
facts about cancer are made clear.--
In the preceding article of this
series, sponsored by the Michigan
State Medical Society, it was stated
that cancer is abnormal growth of
body cells. Not all new growths, hak',
ever, are cancers. In almost any or-
gan there may develop a new growth
which pushes back the surrounding
tissues but does not grow into them
and which is incapable of spreading.
This is called a "benign" new growth,
or a benign tumor, for the word tjM
mor means simply a swelling. There
are as many kinds of benign tumors
as there are kinds of cells in the
body.
In contrast, the cancers are "malig-
nant" new growths. Although, each
cancer starts its growth in a small
locality it is capable, if it is not recog-
nized early and destroyed, of growing
into the nearby normal tissues'and
of spreading through blood anialymph
channels to distant parts of. the body.
These two methods of growth, locl
infiltration and the setting up of new
centers at places distant from the
original growth, are the most im-
portant characteristics of cancer.
There are many kinds of cancer,
also; for the exact nature of a can-
cer depends upon the sort of body
cell from which it grew. Two main
groups of cancers are known by names
which are frequently used by doctors.
Cancers which come from the cells of
the covering tissues of the body, like
skin or the lining membrane of the
stomach and intestines, are called car-
Congress N o t
To Pass New
Recovery Law
WASHINGTON, June 25 - OP) -
Definite word from President Roose-
velt reached Capitol Hill today that
since a satisfactory substitute for the
old NRA had not been found, Con-
gress in all probability could expect
to go home without enacting a new
recovery law.
Authoritative sources said the
President informed congressional
chiefs that in place of the NRA he
would rely on the Wagner labor dis-
putes and Guffey coal stabilization
bills, and a meaure allowing the Gov-
ernment to fix wage and hour stipu-
lations in its contracts.
The President was quoted as having
added that the search for a substi-
tute would continue,but a new NRA
would not Pe ready for this Congress
if it adjourns within a "reasonable"
time.
The attitude of most of those who
talked with the President yesterday
was summed up in these words by
Speaker Joseph W. Byrns:
"I assume there won't be any new
NRA-legislation this session."
In view of that understanding,
pressure was applied today in an at-
tempt to push along the other bills.
The Bureau of the Census an-
nounces that during the four weeks
ending June 8, 1935, 86 large cities
in the United States reported 591
deaths from automobile accidents as
compared with 665 deaths from a like
period of last year.

cinomas. Those which come from thel
supporting tissues of the body, such
as bone, cartilage, and connective
tissue, are called sarcomas. Cacino-
mas and sarcomas are ooth cancers
and the term "cancer" is usually
sufficient.
It will be seen that not all tumors
Are cancers, but when a lump or mass
isdiscovered it is very important to
ecal n.its true nature as soon as pos-
sible in order that it may be treated
properly.

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