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"SMILING 'JOE?- HAS- A
- ' l RELAPSy r "
Smiling Joe' ' ' '
New! York, Dec." -Z7. 3?oor
"SmiHngJjoe" seems, Roomed to
spend' another "long Reason
strapped to the rack. ' Fo Smil
ing" Joe" hasjiada.relapse.'t''
They thought helwas,cured for
goodvhen they loosed 3iimefr,om
strapped fqrxfour pf his ''lOLyears,
but He" shows signsof increasing
'Little Joe was able to rotter
about with his brothers and sis
ters a few days ago, and to help
with the decoration of v a little
Christmas tree, but on Dec, 22 he .
was taken away to Roqsevelt )
hospital to see what could be done
for the pain In the back that has
begun to bother Him again.
He went away smiling still,
true to thp brave spirit that has 3
giverf him his name.
Smiling Joe" is known the
country overby his picture use4 r
jn advertising tuberculosis work.
His, smiling face, helped to bring a
in $250,000 to a crippled chil-
WHY -NOT MAKE UP?
Jack Ctfdahy is at' Los Angeles i
having a great Christmas time J
with his four children. Mrs. Jack
Cudahy rushed from Kansas City
toenjoy Christmas" with the chil
dren also They are f6ur nice,
loving kiddies and we rejoice In .
that they had a lovely time with
their separated mother and fath
er. Why can't the Cudahys patcK..
Up their matter and make a coin
plete, -happy home for those dear
little children ? The big part of
the joke is on Banker LiUis, any-,
A woman for determination!
Mrs. S. Meyer, of Oxnard, Cal., v
walked eight miles over the i
mountains and horsebacked 25
miles more to get a warrant for ',
Meyer for neglecting Tier and the t