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T h e ADVOCATE
S A T U R D A Y . M A R C H 14. 1931
K E E P IN G
A Health Column dedicated to
readers o f The Aderente by
D eNorval Ont hank, AB. M.D,
A rata Building— 12 V, N. 6th St,
Thon* A T 1703; MC 2621
by Nancy Lee
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Digesting . . .
. . The ISerfs
For Less Because
We Seti for Cash
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By C L IF F O R D C M I T C H E L L
The Advocate does not necessarily
share in the writer's view*, but
whether we do or not. the opinions
are sane, logical and interesting
>s the readers' as well as our privilege
to disagree with the writer who in
i’ tes your opinion upon the subjects
discussed from tune to time m this
W ith the passing of the Seventy-
iirst Congress the N egro finds himself
in the most strategic political position
ever recorded in American history
Those who view their politics only
by the political jobs that they or their
ilk can control will st once dispute the
aforementioned statement. Viewed en
tirely from the point o f opportunity
to achieve and become independent,
there is no question or argument that
will dispute the actual facts.
J. T. Allen, a form er resident of
Portland, spent several days last week
in the city. Mr. Allen was in charge
o f a private ear fo r the president of
the Southern Pacific Ry. Co. He vis
ited with tim e honored friends, Mr.
and Mrs. Charleston, on Rodney av e
K R AFT
A m e ric a n
M SPLIM) DRUG
S IX T H
G L IS A y
Q A lP tl C C I V P B
»Od».« I.' M ISW IUiVllwS
i lv k S a m u i a n »'
Here is some interesting news on
public ownership, whic hgives tin1
grow th o f the movement.
The C ity o f Paris. Texas, recently
votes! two to one to build a municipal
ice plant. They are so encouraged
they are now planning to build a mu
nicipal |>ower and light plant.
B. F. D r Lanty. manager o f the
Pasadena Municipal Light A Power
Plant, just sent us the 22nd annual
This little California city
earned $650,022.21 profit in one year.
I f you are interested write Mr. De
Lanty fo r a copy o f the report.
Virginia. Minnesota, has one o f the
lowest lighting rates m the country
fo r small cities.
The rate o f 8*»
cents per kilowatt hour charged by
its municipal electric plant is rem ark
able when you consider the popula
tion is only 16,030.
The people o f the City o f M ilford,
N. J.. have emphatically refused to
dispose o f their municipal light and
(rawer plant. The power truat, as
usual, spent considerable money to
prove public ownership a “ failure."
The voters could not see it that way.
By a vote o f six to one, they refused
to sell their plant to the private com
pany, which offered $450,000 fo r the
The Advocate does not necessarily
share in the writer's v ie w *
whether we do or not, the opinions
are sane, logical and interesting
is the readett' at well as our privilege
to diaagiee with the writer who in
vites your opinion upon the subjects
discussed from time fo lime in this
K IT S H IE D
In the course of a physician's daily
work he has many experiences H e is
called upon to o ffe r much medical ad
A new department is being offered
vice in his o ffic e and out o f it and,
to the readers o f the Advocate. A
most especially, over the phone.
column devoted to advice on frien d
mother calls in despair to know what
ship. love, and all matters pertaining
to do fo r Johnny or Mary. Their cold
to the home.
had not responded to home remedies
Anyone wishing such advice, please
or they are "burning up" with fever.
write Nancy Lee, in care o f this paper
An excited mother calls to say the
new baby has the colic— or he cries
A very perturbed father
may bring in his child w fotn he has
had to several doctors or to a clinic,
still in doubt as to what is wrong
with his child because explanations
o f the child's ailments, if given, were
in such technical terms that he failed
to understand. A very nervous wom
an who has been the rounds o f sev
eral physicians and one or more clin
ics. comes in disturbed because she
has had continual examinations and
tests and a little treatm ent, yet no
explanation o f her trouble and no im
provement in her health.
Because o f this groat number of
people are undoubtedly seeking a coni'
■non sense explanation o f some o f the
common ailments, an attempt is g o
ng to be made in this column to dis
cuss some o f these b riefly and simply
k m elt, to a smooth and creamy
sauce. And what flavor! A rich,
tim e-m ellowed flavor that only
•‘ care curing” can give.
C O M P L E TE N E W STOC KS OF Q U A L IT Y M E RC H AND ISE
FOR T H E H O M E A N D PE R S O N A L SERVICE
In one of the journals that comes to
my desk I read the following on "T h e
Faith of a Jew," by Kdmond Fleg:
" I am a Jew because the faith of Is
rael demands no abdication of my
mind." Compare that assertion with
the “ hand wagon” minds of many of
u< Gentiles I have been listening in
on the radio talks of the pope. I don't
understand latin , but some of my law
yer friends do and some of it has been
translated tor me. Ah. me I I dislike
lo l>e forced to believe that we must
»till be governed by superstitious fear
and reactionary doctrines. W hile the
world is filled with hearts and minds
waiting to be stirred by spiritual
truths that at the same lime will un
lock the hungry intelligence, it is some
what discouraging to be fed on re-
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W A S H IN G T O N S T R E E T
Between 20th and 21 at
O R L E A N S , La.. Mar. 12 —
The Grand Lodge, K. o f P „ met the
latter part o f Fabruary and electad
officers as follow s: Oscar W. Adams,
G < ; W . H. Calloway, G V-G.; L. J.
Lewis P. G. C.; J. B. Carter, G. P re
late; A. G. Benning, G. K. o f R. 6 S.;
Leo N. Sykea, G M. o f Ex.; W . H.
Davis, G. M .-at-A.; M. L. G riffin , G.
I. G.; C. H. Brown, G. M arshall; J. II.
Davenport, G. O. G.; J. A. LaF ayette,
G. L ; Dr. A . B. M cKenzie, G. M. R.;
Chaa. V. Hendley, G. Attorney. The
Board o f Directors are as follow s:
Sirs: W. C. Davis, W. R. Strother,
W. R. Simpson, L. Weiaa, R. J. Pool,
Abe. L. Smith, D. Carter, James
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o f endowment is as follows: Sira: L.
A. Van Hooae, A. O. Sheffey, Sam
Jones, H. Strawbridge, J. B. Butts.
Supreme representatives are as fo l
lows: Sira: W illiam Foater and L. J.
I «w in . The officers were installed by
the supreme chancellor, 8. W. Green.
The session was held in Birmingham,
O. L. Lyntheoum, who died recently
in Pasadena. Mr. Lynthecum for many
yeara resided at Salem, where he and
his w ife, the late Mrs. Lynthecum,
and young son were among the cap
ital’s leading fam ilies.
Portland received the sad news with
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