1931-10-16 Koch, Mrs Geo on voting
OCTOBER 1G, 1931 CORES Surgeons Saving Disease, Is Told Delay Scored Results Explained. 15 (AP) Success forms of cancer, ones of the stomach, to the American today. hope and specific in an all-day all-day all-day emphasizing how the is saving lives. half-million-volt half-million-volt X-rays, X-rays, X-rays, surgery, particularly the and frequently beginnings of cancer cancer of the stomach VOICES FROM Tip To Election Board. TO THB ED1TOS OF THE E-NqCTHEE. E-NqCTHEE. E-NqCTHEE. Dear Editor: The value of the vote and our responsibility as voters are taught to us from childhood. Yet, the places frequently assigned to citizens for the performance of their civic duty would tend to lessen respect respect for the act. A beautiful gift tendered in a soiled wrapping, an excellent excellent meal served in carelessness and disorder seem analagous to a vote registered in makeshift surroundings. surroundings. Is it not possible to use a room, say the auditorium or gymnasium, of public, parochial or private schools for this purpose? The environment environment would be in accord with the dignity of voting of suh buildings buildings were available. Recreation centers, parish houses, halls etc., offer another choice. Reform in this direction would be of educational value to our foreign born citizens as well as to the rest of us. Yours truly, MRS. GEORGE W. KOCH. Cincinnati, Ohio, October 14. THE PEOPLE tions," which has been very valuable to seekers in the Baha'i Cause. This book is included in the collection of Baha'i books in the Cincinnati Public Library. Very Truly Yours, HILDA STAUSS, Secretary, CINCINNATI BAHA'I ASSEMBLY. Cincinnati, October 15. Whistlers And Moroni. IO THB IDITOE Or THB INQUIRER. Dear Sir: In the "Life of James A Garfield," one learns of human nature and the trials which beset those of many years ago. It is recounted recounted that "Jimmy" Garfield "was one of the best tow-path tow-path tow-path boys that ever clucked to a span of mules, or whistled to drive away the utter dreariness of his vocation as he wended his way along the old Miami and Erie Canal. James A. Garfield whistled softly to his mules. They appeared to know that they were not alone in their monotonous and dreary trudge. He would pat them on their flanks, he would whistle to them, and it is not recorded that he ever lost a horse or mule while he was whistling whistling on the tow-path. tow-path. tow-path.