San Patricio County News (Sinton, Tex.), Vol. 22, No. 49, Ed. 1 Thursday, December 25, 1930 Page: 3 of 8
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A Merry Christmas
A Happy New Year to All
To you who have made the growth of our business
possible, to you who have been our good friends
and loyal patrons, we wish you a Merry Christmas
and a Happy New Year.
May the New Year bring you Health, Happiness
8AN PATRICIO COUNTY NEW8, SINTON, TEXAS, DECEMBER 25, 1930
ekly News Letter
knderson, M. O., State
. alth Officer
IB this burst of jubilant
On thickest day of all the year
When rlcn and poor their voices
In one perpetual song of cheer?
With one accord, we answering say;.
The Christ-child came on Christ-
mas day.''—Michigan Exchange.
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Christmas is a day of joy and
gladness. Join the children Christ-
mas morning in their chorus of
laughter, for Christmas is distinctly
Rarely does anyone. In the home
at this festive season harbor hatred,
malice or revenge. All are thinking
of some way to make others happy.
There are clothes and food and
opportunity and happiness enough
for all and In abundance If people
were all the "year round" as gen-
erous and helpful and, .kind heart:
ed as they are at the Yuletlde time.
More than statesmen, benefaq-
tors and preachers, the world needs
to learn and practice the -Master’s
lesson—that except.ye become as In-
nocent, loving, unselfish children;
ye cannot have on earth a kingdom
like unto Heaven.’'
In such spirit of tender care for
the Nation’s children was the galli-
erlng recently called in Washing-
• -r. •_ V - .-.
..Thiee thousand specialists gath-
ed at round tabled of t-he White
House Conference on Child Health
and Protection;'summoned by Pres-
ident Hoover, November 19-22, 1930
t) outline safeguards and services
to childhood by the community, city,
county, state and nation.
He addressed the Conference
] charging them to “light the fires
of that inspiration fn the general
public conscience and from con-
: science lead it into action. If we
| could have but one generation of
properly born, trained, educated,
and healthy children, a thousand
other problems of government would
| vanish. Human progress marches
only when children excel their p.ar-
| From the final conclusions of the
j White House Conference—these
few important suggestions are quot-
ed showing that every American
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IS YOUR FRIEND
ICE preserves the food that you eat and
guards it against the dangers of sudden
variations in temperature so character-
istic of the winter months. Ice gives that
low, even temperature essential to keep-
ing foods fresh and wholesome.
Without the direct protection of pure ice,
the foods that you "put away" for later
meals are subject to rapid deterioration
due to the quick multiplication of bacteria. ■*
Decide now that you will not go through
the winter without plenty of ice in your
refrigerator ell the time. It pays for itself
I ft food saved. Order ice every day!
child has the right to the follow-
ing services in Its development and
1. Every prospective mother
should have suitable information,
medical supervision during the pre-
natal period, competent care at con-
finement. Every mother should
have post-natal medical supervision
for herself and child.
2. Every child should receive
periodical health examinations be-
fore and during the school period
.Including adolescence, by the family
physician, or'Hhe school or public
physician, and. sucT} examination by
specialists and such hospital care
as its special needs may require.
• 3. Every child should have regu-
lar dental examination and .care.
I. Every child should have In-
struction in tlie"Schools. In health
and in safety from accidents, and
every teacher should he trained in
5. Every child should hi; protect-
ed from communicable diseases to
which he might be exposed at home,
in school or at play, and protected
from impure milk and food.
(>. Every child should have prop-
er sleeping rooms,.diet, hours of
sleep and play, and parents should
receive expert information as to
the needs of children of various
ages as to these questions,
7. Every child should attend a
school which has proper seating,
lighting, ventilation attTl sanitation.
For younger children, kindergar-
tens and nursery schools should be
provided to supplement home care.
8. Tile school should be so or-
ganized as to discover tile develop
the special abilities of each child,
and should assist in vocational
guidance, for children. Tike men,
succeed by the use of their qualities
and special interests.
9,. Every child should have some
form of religious, moral and charac-
10. Every child has a right to a
place to play with adequate facil-
ities therefor. \
II. With the expanding domain
of the community's, responsibilities
for children, there' should be proper
provision for the supervision oT re-
creation and entertainment.
12. Every child .should be pro-
tected against labor that istunts
growth, either physical or mental,
that limits education, that deprives
children of the right of comrade-
ship, of joy and play.
13. Every child v.ho is blind,
deaf, crippled or othrwise physical-
ly handicapped should bo given; ex-
port study and corrective treatment
where there is the possibility of re-
lief. and app'ropriale development
or training. Children with .sub-
normal or abnormal mental condi-
tions should receive adequate study,
protection, training and care.
IT. Children who habitually fail
to nipel normal standards of human
behavior should be provided.-special
care under the guidance of tile
school, tile community health or-
welfare center or other agency for
continued supervision or, if neces-
15. Where the child does not have
these services, due 10 inadequate
income of the family, then such ser-
vices must hi- provided to him by
16. The rural child .should have
as satisfactory schooling, health
protection and welfare facilities as
the city child.
BAY8IDE CAU8EWAY /
The work pf rebuilding the cause-
way over Port Bay on the Bayside
road has Just about been complet-
ed, good progress having been
made in its construction, despite
unfavorable weather conditions at
The causeway will not be opened
to traffic for several days, however,
on account of the fact that several
small bridges and culvert.s'on the
other side are to be rebuilt.~rRock-
patriotic citizen. "You should, see
the way the average American eats.
sardines and pie at a picnic."
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THERE’S A STATION OF FRIENDLY
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NOT SAFE TO PICK UP
STRANGERS ON ROAD
$AVE WITH ICE
Let (lie pedestrians walk. A few
days ago a Taft citizen driving alone
to San Antonio, picked up two tired
looking boys about 14 or 15 years of
age, and not over-well dressed.
They were going to San Antonio.
After getting into the car, it was
noticed one had a revolver in his
pocket, and they would whisper to
each other. The driver of the car
finally let the boys know thpre was
another gun in the car, loaded and
ready for use in emergency cases.
Boys bumming around carrying
guns should be turned over to the
nearest sheriff and operated on
with a spanking machine.—Taft
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A Merry Christmas to
Our Friends and
As the Christmas Season approaches, it is a pleasure
for us to extend our most sincere greetings to our
friends and customers. In wishing you a Jolly
Christmas, we also wish to thank you for a year of
pleasant business association.
A Word To Last-Minute Shoppers
For the benefit of Last-Minute shoppers, we wish to say that our store is still loaded
with gifts for Christmas. The night before Christmas, and that is tonight, our store
will be open until 10:00 o’clock, in order that we may better accommodate our pa-
trons. Check over your Christmas list now, and if you have overlooked someone,
be sure to remember that Perkin’s Bros. Company has just the gift that you want at
the price you want to pay.
sinton Perkins Bim texas
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San Patricio County News (Sinton, Tex.), Vol. 22, No. 49, Ed. 1 Thursday, December 25, 1930, newspaper, December 25, 1930; Sinton, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth717053/m1/3/: accessed December 13, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Sinton Public Library.