BEAR RIVER VALLEY LEADER, THURSDAY, FEBRURY 3, W ART, the Speed Cop - - By Fronk Chevrolet OF TIME fiMARCH ep, J?fJtM JJi. gOOUT- - the average) in the nations suffers ten days of incapacity annually. The averaee vcunrstc-is rick ir, From Page One) ; "u and eight fu t "cnervisor Then he made vouchers and sent them 1 Departnient. which pays Service employes 'e conation work. Unf ortun-i- -3 tj S r f i .,a nt make up lmagina,vi because they are not CCC bovs service. For Clerk Stitely half years collected k,'l 4 01 valine $84,000. Once 116 he gave two foremen raises. Now s'i ; f .. f I T, . thai be Pul ouc 3U 1 lt list ty,a 5rS V ,2 wry, ai devii-may-c- -- is the; the i:, o j. roof. IcRNESS SURVEY f.cnrrvnTON Recently accum- - Surgeon General WPA Thomas Parran by inquiring takers were the health and econmic in words of 2,660,000 people living in U. type of S., every the .ery part in every economic level i community, and every age group. From i&esesociety Surgeon General Parran prewired a preliminary report on the health, last week sent it to Sate and local health officers for Presfteir information and guidance. U. S. uming that the 130,000,000 S. iatcd for U. nc. tie, his na-fm- lei tt. went did, 2600,000 Every too sick jttend his i . through just what the Dr. Parran reported : customary activities. man, woman and child (on J Every j 's day one out of 20 people is to go to school or work, or i Most Amazing tVPEVEiflrEfl OFFERED! EVER 1TA bed seven days of the year, the av erage oldster 35 days. Two million five hundred thousand people (42 per cent of the 6,000,000 sick every day) suffer from chronic diseases heart disease, hardening of the arteries, rheumatism, nervous di seases. Sixty-fiv- e thousand people ar? totally deaf; 75,000 more arc- deaf and dumb; 200,000 lack a hand, arm, foot or leg; 300,000 have permanent spinal injuries; 500,000 are blind; 1,000,000 more are permanent cripples. families are Relief and sick longer and more often than families; but they call doctors less often. Concluded Dr. Parran: "it is apparent that inadequate diet, poor housing, the hazzards of occupation and the instability of the labor market definitely create immediate health problems." NEW REMINGTON PORTABLE only TIME ! Remington' . Mr purcnaa. pun bow mi to buy through our More f onuine latest model Rminttoo Portable direct from the factory for ttlr 10c i day. Not need or rebuilt. Not incom. ,plet. A beautiful brand new refiliation Reminf ndard toe Portable. Standard keyboard, widtk earriage, margin releaae on keyboard, beck Hem-i- n eater, automatic ribbon reTeree, excmaiVe rue feature "Self Starter" paragraph key, ary enential feature found on atandard type. FIKST ritera. 19 page With yoor machine we aend yo free eourn typewriting. Teaches toewb system enekly, aaaily. Soon yon daeh off letter qnieker Aae with pen end iauV. Ton also eet a bandeome, tardy carrying ease free. k FREE HIGH SCHOOL SUPPLY STORE Phone 52.a-- l just soMt money J. HANSEN, Prop. ; J o BIRTHDAY BENEFIT WASHINGTON The first Roose velt Birthday Balls in 1934 netted $1,003,000, the next $803,000, the last two together only $353,000. Of this $2,159,000 total, $809,000 remained in the home towns of the dancers for local institutions, $241,000 went to various medical schools for research. The remainder went to the Georgia Warm Springs Foundation, a private organization which operates a spa in the central Georgia mountains where the President occasionally went to swim after becoming paralyzed by polimyelitis. After paying off mortgages and putting up new buildings, Georgia Warm Springs had accomodations for about 300 infantile-paral- y tics at $21 per week, and some 75 charity cases. Since Georgia Warm Springs is and public interest now has waned, it was decided that the $3,000,000 revenue expected from this year's birthday celebration should go to financing a new National b ounaa-tio- n for Infantile Paralysis devoted to research. As Franklin D. Roosevelt last week prepared to enroll with U. S. Surgeon fJeneral Thomas as Founder No. 1 of thi Tnfantile Paralvsis Foundation enlistment fee: $1). he discovered he had no monev. was obliged to borrow from Press Secretary Stephen Early. When U. S. church organizations were asked to support and promote their local President's Birthday Balls, the Louisville, Ky., Council of Churches declined. Its reason: "We don't approve of dancing. i 5 rvrJ policy-holde- - Field Seeds of Unknown Orgin Are Not Dependable. Use Seeds of Known Hardiness. rs Self Help Vital -- o Agriculture's future depends largely on what the farmer does for himself. Tliis fact, which should be Hired in South but seems to have been forgotten in NEW YORK ShiriHa Rnjrlnnd. last month for a these days of political farm relief, was "special job" under command of Cun-ar- d emphasized by Herbert King, PresiWhite Star's retired Captain dent of the New York State Farm John W. Binks, 65 British seamen Bureau, in commenting on the future the dairy industry. last week emerged from third class) of "Much of the success or me minisof the liner "Berengaria" in New J said Mr. King, "aside In 1938," York, Their "special job" with the try business conditions, will from general, iK'in of 40 Car.adia'i;! and 40 U. S. depend upon the ability of our dairyengineers and firemen was to take men in combining their efforts to the famed "Leviathan" on her 301st successfully bargain in regard to and last sea voyage, to be scrapped price, terms and conditions of sale. Much of the success of the industry in i H OLD SHIP t r t - j England. the coming year rests squareiy Many were the "Leviathan's" final during shoulders of dairymen the upon i indignities. The two masts that once reached for the sky were boblicd 78 That goes for any other branch of , it '7,,, . and infeet to fit them under the Firth or farming as well. arch. Ten feet telligent cooperation are as essential Forth Bridge's 150-fwere lopped off each of her three fun to farm progress as to the progress ' of a business or an individual. You nelsthe debns, good scrap, lasnea can't do much for a man who won't reWhile to the deck for the voyage. try to help himself. porters tramped through three years care-'ro.-q on a last inspection trip, of dust blacksmiths started a small fire. Someone had recently stolen two big n iciled as ihe n;i- Th paintings. Then her imported seamen ' tional emblem by Ccijress (Con beean negotiating for the same wage tinental) Jursc 11, as the U. S. crew, delayed her last departure for several days. last time, Captain Binks lamented: Steaming at 15 knots the "Levia "I know ships of her type do not pay y non than" is now making a with such vessels as the 1,- - these days, at the for scrapping stop voyage "Normandie" and the "Queen Mary" e naval base off the little vil of the ; view 1 n" new ships. But I do feel unusual night district this famed j Ixwp i sole passenger and other her of Rosyth lage most for famou., world' sad to realize their day is gone, becept an auctioneer, housed in tne imperial cause lumlnow of form a it is significant that Reprenting my day has gone, too." tte tbro Suite, listing her furnishings for pubshows hasTts IntenW architecture, it lic sale. Once the "pride of the Amer fr W"5'5MH' "H"H- v cation of insulux speaks for itself, picture ican Merchant Marine." tne levia flooded with diffused blocks ve than" cost (with repairs and rebuild credit -Dr. Glass Companyj. the factwed by ing) over $30,000,000; was soia 10 Chiropractor and Masseur Sheffield and Glasgow metal arms 0 for $732,000, plus an estimated OFFICE PHONE 138 ters more attractive, decreed beauty REVERSE ENGLISH to the scrap yard. the for journey culture. Rpnr River State Bank Soccer is somewhat to At the helm of a big ship for the LONDON oe- S. t.O Henceforth, all German girls the U. mhgf ' . . rinsphfill is airoisn 1 R and 21 must be members UllgiU.lt. most popular profession sport the of a league whose name is "Work, While Joe DiMaggio last is more than tne d,wu Beauty and Faith," whose ooject demanded week v.. r,DaiitifiMtion of- women by such 111V WVWMV'- -' him to plav baseball for less as physical nffprpd months this year, Britishn proper Aryan measures six than but culture and rhythmic dancing soccer players were engageu m not by the use of lipsticks and other British version of the American holcosmetics which are vicious foreign dout With businesslike dignity they ... demanded that their minimum wage importations. g to $25 a week and Said Leader von Schirach: At this from $20 raised be and elefrom $40 to $45. period, the care of the body for their maximum necessities educational trance are hi3 For weekly $40, a 5 The more beautiful soccer British professional is expected and German girls become, the prouder two to play bruising games a week they win UN more - SLIDES for eight months of the year, is tradMOTION (someto another one club ed from times for as much as $50,000), may IMMORTALS - - ON be a hero to 90,000 cheering spectannAt.ppRTnWN. New York In tors but can hope for nothing more 99 years than his standardized weekly wage. sleepy little Xooperstown GASOLINE -o au..u General ago, Civil War until not but day invented baseball; - All his death, did a HEADS L'P --4 them-selves- ." Self-relian- t. nv- j 4? n- - n in? u-c- s tSv Li. fltjfiWjfii!." ten-da- "Jed 500-acr- bSVs WnwJ? Z SSIUhe - tMpJV - $4.0,-00- rwr Cno-lan- " I. " K FUEE ' ; top-notc- ,tvi h 14 years after estabresearch committee definitelys birth- WASHINGTON As a workman baseball as lish Cooperstown who uses his muscles gets bigger ones, so also does the head of an intellecP'civic-prouCooperstownians bough tual who uses his brain constantly Wr tret and bigger during his life. the original baseball field, spent .f.rm it into a modern So thinks Smithsonian Institution's UUU lO uaiiaw" and. ball park and public playground Anthropologist Ales Hrdlicka who has -new. world's brainy people who Doubleday it named birth- - asked the , rf " the 100th heads their find going up in size to in suiuv.u-""dfy of the game, baseball bigwigs and let him know about it. benefactors joined nanus, Smithsonian la.n week announ better shrine cedThe it had received helpful testi Cooperstown a bigger, that baseball urn-ls- h To preserve its treasures an mony from Sir Flinders Feme, has done more sentimentalists decided to build who archeologlst colonial brick other man alive to recreate imposing three-storits heroes. than any Immortalize museum To baseball administrators vo Hall of therein a Baseball take the form of bronsir: Fame-- to around the first floor, plaques placed exhibition hall. week thlV.,clll WrJtorj. hJ l.dj, .sociation of American oi .wiinn. chose Grovcr CIcnp-Immorland Alexander to join the Cobb Babe selected: Ty tal, already Honus Ruth, Christy Mathewson,Napoleon Johnson, Walter Wagner. 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