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" The District health Department will
add another clinic to the already load
:' ed clinic schedule, with the establish
ment of a heart' diagnostic clinic for
school children only. i-
It will not be a free clinic since
- ft win be held by a well qualified heart
specialist, but the rates win be, held
to a minimum and far below the usual
rates. Use of the fluoroscope, nursing
i service; clerical help:' and laboratory
service will be furnished free by the:
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Approximately 856 school children
in this health district show or have
shown at least some indication of
. heart disease as , Indicated on the
school cards. Sixty-four of these chil
dren were found by other doctors and
naturally more have been found by
the- school physician whose principal
work is school physical examinations.
About 98 per cent of the above chil
dren are in grades 1 through 5. Many
others in grades 6 to 12 have ndt been
' examined vat all schools, therefore
many undiscovered cases are present
When lridaey function slows down, many
folki complain of naninc backache, loss of
: aap and aaarpr. WadacMa and dissioees.
Don't suffer longer with thcao 'discomforts .
If reduced Udaey function la (ettinf you
; down due to such common causes as stress
and strain, orer-exertion or exposure to
:: cold. Minor bladder Irritations due to cold.
, dampness or wrong diet mar cause getting
up nlfhta or frequent paseares.
Don't neglect jrour kidneys If thaw eoadf
, tlona bother you. Try Doaa'a Pills a mild
'i diuretic. Used successfully by millions for
over au years, wnue t
in s- I : - k
1- 9 LaalC, Departir-nt Is quick to
P"'?t o-j,t tV t "not a". there children
i ,vs heait c. jease Lany mur
murs are fur tional and will clear up
them-Ives. . Lut it is only through
ternal I and CarCuler-y. at
Peter t. l"-" ' am Eotpital: thir
teen 13) y- s at Twton Cry Hos
pital in Ciolo; held her it clinic
at the Irfwrence i tss. Uor J; was
on the te Jang staff in Cardiology at
thoiwjh examination by a well train- Tufts, Medical College for students
ed and well, qualified heart specialist i and graduates., . " w i ;
that the true condition of each child I am wrl w k1iwWti.i.
can be revealed. Then somcllhing can!de&;re . Cardiological reno n tWT
private patients are welcome at the
clinic. Call 5420, Elizabeth City for
often otherwise earned.
rag bow many times Doaa a give
lief from these discomforts hel
from these discomforts help
tee to ejuiea oi money tunes ana niter
flash oat wseta. Got Doaa'a Pills today!
often be done in childhood that will
make more certain the tact that the
child will live to ripe old age and
in comfort. Their discovery in middle"
and later life uncover only the . sad
story that ' nothing can be done now
in the way of correction or removal
of : the . cause.' It could have been
when you were a child, in all proba
bility." vV- r. ii-r?:-!.;:.;.--Vf ;v'',.
The clinic wiU not be opes to the
public Children to be examined at a
certain clinic will be notified by let
ter or by the nurse, in person, and
must be accompanied by a parent.
Appointment for school children in
grades 6-12 whose parents have good
reason to feel that their children have
signs of heart disease should first
see the school physician who will
make a preliminary examination. Call
your health office for hours. '
Dr. Selwyn L. Steel of Norfolk wilt
hold (the clinics,
Sunday Ccliocs ' V
(Continued from Page Nine) '
cannot worship Him and something
else? 'Is H money and what money
provwes wuxunes, etc, u. CampbeB
Morgan'again declares:-:, "If God mas
ters a man, the min does' sot aban
don his money, but he masters his
money, and he makes 'Kg' money lay
up dividends for the eternal habita
tions , . . On the other hand, the man
Mastered by money wiU patronize, God
ana matte a convenience oi avXij XT
cannot be done . . . " 'i'-," ; ; ; 1
(These commentaries are based on
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m diseases 01 tne mart include in- siomV '
.Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Wood of Nor:
folk, were the guests of her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Lewis, on Easter.
Curtis Wilson of Chapel Hill spent
Friday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
J. C. Wilson.
Mrs. Cary P. Quincy, Jr., and daugh
ter, Ava, of Burmuda are visiting Mr.
and Mrs. C P. Quincy.
Leon EUiott, UJS.N., Norfolk, Va.,
spent Thursday with his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. W. H. Elliott.
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Cahoon and
children of N. Arlington, N, J., were
the guests of Mr. and Mrs.' W. H.
Keel on Sunday.
' Miss Louise Wilson of Chowan
spent the Easter holidays with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Wilson.
Cary Quincy, Jr., who is attending
school in Baltimore, Md., spent the
week-end with his people. -
Rev. David Lewis of Swan Quar
ter visited his parents last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Bright and
Ann Cartwright Visited relatives in
'Suffolk on Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Quincy and Mr.
and Mrs. Cary Quincy and daughter
visited the azalea gardens in Norfolk,
Va., ' on Sunday. .
iMr. and Mrs. L. B. Elliott and
daughters spent Sunday afternoon at
Harvey Point with relatives. J
MASSES SUNDAY TN EDENTON '
CHURCH AND MARINE CHAPEL
April 27 the Most Holy Sacrifice of
the Mass will be offered at 7 and 11
A. M. in St Ann's Catholic Church,
Edenton, and at 9 A. M. in the Ma
rine Corps Air Station Chapel, near
Edenton, each including sermon on
"So-called Mercy-killing Is Always 1
Murder," Holy Communion, followed
by Rosary for Peace, Sunday School,
with confessions half hour before ser
vices, stated Father 'F, J. McCourt,
pastor and auxiliary chaplain, who
invites everybody to all services.
Thursday; April 24, Study Club 7:30
P. M. to 8:80 in Edenton rectory.
v' Z-s. Cr y.Privt aid'Uiss
Eunice Long ts jjint hr a.
The meetl j opened ty singing
"OhrL t Arows," followei ly the ds
yotioi ..1 ty L'rs. V.'illien Taillpjton.
Roll call and minutes of the last
meeting were read and approved, after
which a business session followed.
lira. Robert Evans was in charge of
sever?! nen. i T J -Jt "
Thalor" . j i.it'.arr? of a
interet r t i ' 1 c. ' t wl.i 1'rs
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Mrs. Eton 11 r"l vis welcome
s a new mm.l r. "lie Lives Qn
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Sunday guests of Mrs. Alberta
Lane and Ellsberry were: Mr. and
Mrs. iLouis Howell and son, Wayne,
of Beech Springs, Mr. and Mrs. Aleck
Stallings, Misses Janice and Arlene
Stallings and Mr. and Mrs. Willard
Baker and sons,' Reggie and Timmie.
Mr.' and Mrs. (Leslie Winslow of
Roanoke spent the Easter holidays
with Mr. Winslow's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Lucious iWinslow.
Miss Geraldine Stallings of the
Blind School, Raleigh, spent the Eas
ter holidays with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Louis Stallings.
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Winslow and
family of Suffolk, Va., spent Sunday
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. El
mer R. Winalow.
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Pttiey Woods 1 United Society of
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with Mrs. Ellen B. White and Miss
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es. The meeting opened by singing the
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Miss ; Margaret ,B.; White reviewed
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Meeting President, MrsLutie Moody.
The secretary read a thank-yon
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