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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 2 March 1934

' Wmrnt 'THM^WsPlI''— ' < • ' , * < ^ ft S&f' •VV 0 MME N T By HOMER M. PRICE Marshall, Te Barter HE inmost heart of man hears and feels the attraction of a life be- yond, aa the woodland brook hears the call of the distant sea and hastens on to meet it. Regardless of creed there is in the heart of mankind everywhere the desire, the hope, that after this life there is another where justice reigns and love sits enthroned. That hope enables us to live and gives us courage to die. To the believer in Christ this hope approaches a certainty. He sees in the story of those women who went to Joseph's new tomb, a Risen Christ and an assurance of immortality for all those who believe on His Name. That belief has caused men to go smiling to the stake, has builded our civilization, has constructed institutions of learning, erected hospitals, nerved millions on the battlefield to die for right and justice, has made kindness and love to reign in the hearts and lives of men, has reformed...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 2 March 1934

ifirft $ THE STATE C Lee Boyd had an unusual in a cell in the Anderson coun- jaiL He didn't like his charge—a welljra setter bird dog—any more than the prisoner liked him. Two men claimed tne dog, and until ownership could be settled in court the sheriff was custodian of the dog. NEW USE FOR BELL An old locomotive brass bell that once warned people of the approach of a freight train on the "Katy," now beckons the citizenship of Hillsboro to church services. It hangs in the belfry of the new Woodbury Baptist Church. President M. H. Cahill made the dona- tion at the suggestion of members of the congregation. OLD COINS ATTRACT VISITORS A collection of 358 old coins from al- most every country of the world, some of them ante-dating the Christian era, attracts more visitors than any other display in the Panhandle Plains His- torical Society museum at Canyon. The constant daily stream of visitors spends more time gazing at the coins than any of the other exhibits. The coins were loaned th...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 2 March 1934

We WwW': $ ■ ■ * -j.' ■k ONE TOUNG MAN DID IT, WHY NOT TOUT In I small Central Weat Texaa city recently, a young man twenty-tour years of age, without prtvioua insurance exper- ience, earntd over $200.00 during hie firat month aa our repre- aenutive. U you are interested, have the character and are willing to work, write ua for details, giving your age, prevent occupation and references. State Reserve Life Insurance Co. FOKT WORTH, TEXAS. "THE COMPANY OF CHARACTER." A LITTLE FUN TEXAS RETAIL SALES INCREASE Dollar sales in 91 Texas re- tall stores during December were 56 per cent above those In November, and 22 per cent above December, 1932. The average increase in sales from November to December dur- ing the past several years has been 52 per cent. Sales for the entire year of 1933 were a fraction of 1 per cent above 1932. Cities in which sales for 1933 were greater than in 1932 are: Port Arthur, Abi- lene, Wichita Falls, San An- gelo, Houston, Dallas, Waco, Fort Worth and Austin. C...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 2 March 1934

: > '.v;y "I doct '] mar T Am In. "1 *uh. M him Sf! eat diiJ- ban wi: and glai crvi T Ric 1 tilt situ tea He fact ent it iu war tier cha * Ric n 1 d & to 1 wei « son fie a nc tho five at 5 <« yoi tru he car car Yo bo; •he thit get lire we Ha yot lib UP] tre be< BUT 1 Go an< of th« —J me «o I . Ht ma vo< liti 1 .& AND RANCHES TEXAS WANTED 9W Hit froai mm Farms and Ranehe* HI wfcfc tm Mil. to offtr bonafide buyers. Mian rat to right. W. E. BASS. 806 wtfk BMg.. Fort Worth, Teaa*. HACK'to tlM firm, m ben id on every hand. Great Mritini to be had 'n t ARMS and KAMUtab. large or tmail, two line colon- isation tracts o! tillable lan 1. oar Let us swap where located. x letter. Special Attention to flatiu of 'lexu* nd New Mexico. WALL'S REALTY KXCHAN<;<2. WALL BLiHi.. LIJHHOCK. fE<CAS. farm, reaardlass of a %nu lull information 'flirt 10-ACRK ranch. S-room modern. 5 out buildtngs, electric pump, aoundant free water, gas. wonderfully equipped fur poul- try and ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 2 March 1934

■ i, ■ !>«• .S - ' ™||11 Ms'' HE' *Sef^« I TMafi"—<rr. loum MM a OmM* fi BOND FOR COTTON SAMPLERS Provision has been made for the licensing and bonding of cotton sampler* under the United States Cotton Stand- ards Act. The measure was amended in the last Congress to extend to cotton growers and others additional facili- ties for the classification of their cotton according to the official standards. The Secre- tory of Agriculture was au- thorized to issue to any quali- fied person upon presentation of evidence of competency, a license to sample cotton. Au- thority also was given to re- quire bond from licensed samplers. Tne provision for licensing samplers is expected to in- crease the value of certifi- cates of classification, wheth- er issued by one of the Fed- eral boards or by a licensed , classer (except in eases where sampling is performed under direct official supervision),by insuring the regularity and representative nature of the samples upon which the class- ificatio...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 2 March 1934

d U d h It « b « fi c! fi I « a tl fi a ti h C: c- V tl 8 b S * I I tl h si C at o: tl rn •c H ra VI hi HOME PROBLEMS buying salt make these models ■at home! America, 2/3 of all women ask for Morton's because— Patterns 1688 and 17M WHEN IT RAINS IT POURS manner. IODIZKD OR PLAIN END FRECKLES AND BLACKHEADS, m I No matter how dull and dark your com- plexion, bow freckled and coarsened by ■an and wind, Nadinola Bleaching Cream, tested and trusted for over a generation, ■will whiten, clear and smooth your akin to new beauty. Just apply tonight; no massaging, no rubbing. Nadinola begins its beautifying work while you sleep. Then day-by-day improvement until your com- plexion is creamy white, satin-smooth, lovely. No disappointments; 110 long waiting; money back guarantee. _ At toi- let counters, or by mail postpaid, only 60o. Nadinola, Bo* SW-9 Yaris, Tenn. cNadiivciafflkacfiingCream TEXAS TELESCOPE MIRROR CAST The mirror for the second largest telescope in the world, under construction...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 9 March 1934

NEWS CLAUDE, ARMSTRONG COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MAR. I, 1M4. Rural School Get-Together Program Mr. 16 Hm following is the order of events for the day In the Rural School Get-Together March 16 at Lakeview: 10:00—10:30 A. M. Number Contest for First Grade. Sight Reading for Second Grade. Story Telling for Third Grede. 10:10-11:00 Number Contest for Third Grade. Sight Reading for First Orade. Story Telling for Second Grade. 11:00—11:30 Number Contest for Second Grade. Bight Reading for Third Grade. Story Telling for First Grade. Also during the morning there will be practice of field events for Senior Boys. (In order listed in League Bulletin). 1:00 P. M. SO yd. dash for boys of ages 12-14 inc. (Ages: Sept. 1, 1933). 50 yd. dash for boys of ages •-11 Inc. SO yd. dash for boys of ages 6-8 Inc. 100 yd. dash for boys of ages 12-14 inc. 100 yd. dash for boys of ages 9-11 Inc. 100 yd. dash for boys of ages 6-8 inc. SO yd. dash for girls of ages 12-14 inc. 60 yd. dash for girls of ages •-11 In...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 9 March 1934

pair [ W: «* announcements Hi# Claude News is authorized to announce the following can- didates for llie office, under which their names appear, Subject to the action of The Democratic Primary to be held July 28, 1934. will the ending be? ————— (Ed) - NEW YORK ... Jolm J. McGraw (above), HO, called baseball's great- est figure, died last week with his beloved New York Giants as world' champions. It was McGraw who picked and developed Manager Bill Terry and turned over to him the management when health failed iu 1932., No man was happier thai. Met! raw last Fall when the lighting Giants t>eat Washington for the world title. uosited in small banks, and said banks are deprived of most i>l their former money borrowers, most of their former customers. Where will the small bank land? What For Jttdge of 47th Judicial District: henry s. bishop For Comity Judge: 8. P. MATHEWS FLOYD H. WILSON W. W. HOOD For Sheriff. Tax Collector and Tax Assessor: TOM COLLINS J. A. BEST E. P. BERRY STAN...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 9 March 1934

REPAIRING*: sole: •MMfttad. QtTY 88OC SHOP- * IU ft Statu, Amarlllc, Taxu. 21-c Off*—practically new CoalBur- tm 1.000 chick Brooder for sale ••• Tom Osbom. Route a Claude '■ 37*P fOSTBD NOTICE Tbia U to notify the public that •II of ttoo J. A. Pastures are posted, •ad hunting, trapping or fishing Is not permitted and all trespassers will be prosecuted. CLINTON HENRY, Asst. Mgr. 12-tf-c MASONIC:— Claude Lodge No. 719 Regular meeting nights: first Saturday and Third Tuesday nites of each month.—E. T. Hughlett. Secty. _TF. . CHICKENS TURKEYS Don't wait and have Diseased Fowls from Worms—and Losses from Blood-Sucking Lice. Mites, Fleas and Blue Bugs this Spring. Begin NOW to give STAR PARA- 8ITE REMOVER in their drinking water for both Fowls and Baby Chicks. It will Keep them Frse of these destructive Parasites, their system toned up, their health and Egg Production at a very small cost—or money refunded.—Gunter Drug Store tf Chest Colds Don't let them get a itrangla hold. Fight germs ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 9 March 1934

mM amfle fc AUnj Iwja^Ia^or^^B 4U10CMTSR WMKC-UMOMK Tenth Installment T-Hi 5T0/fK SO SBi tadter. R< Gordm ir d« litr«el< in m rri««« mi dolUra -*W print of . - and lh. lrMiIotn cj( k«i „„„ IaBI, who stole, (or • woium, *h«t mount from th« bank in which M Mrkt Niucjr, <te«p*r t«iy in love with •« « P «. Roomer, nevertlwlew ««" to wcrft elopement with Dr. Richird Mor- n> inJ with the money he ln«iu her pit «f«t. Hoihly'l trrtot. Dr. Morgan torfd !) Helena Haddon, a aophiaticaled )roun •srrit ! wmimi, l ul he adores Nsncy ana aoiei to win her after marriage. In Waaa iagton thtyaee married. Nancy ia Hi chard > lmd«-awLafjaid of Mm. Nvw-i/a on with tk* story. "Sttncy," again he took ( step toward her. "what it it? Wlat has happened ? You got my letter ? i ou She waved him back and, unable to speak, sank weakly into his swivel- chair and burst into wild and passion- air tears. The storm of Nancy's passionate grief spent itself slowly. She lay help- leisly in the old chair, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 16 March 1934

k ispss^r ,.y- ft '■■: ' *■- * • V'4 • ' 'fj?? V , •*'/ ' ' f:• - . ^Y> j#*# •,. ... $S§2>J. :^V^' MMMaWMli " J ' . • -•'•• •• -r #•,-. • >•: WSM p I CLAUDE NEWS kMtakMrt Um to Tki Nm •( VOLttMl 45. -t- CLAUDE. ARMSTRONG COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MAR. 1«. 1*34. Armstrong Co. Represented at Amarillo Show Armstrong County was well rep- resented at the Amarillo Fat Stock Show with fine Bulls, Baby Beef and Lambs. Practically all bulls from Arm- strong county sold at a good price — In fact all sales at the Ama- rillo Fat Stock Show went far above that expected. The calves from Armstrong county brought an average of 10c perpoulid with the Cobb calf shown and exhibited by Lewis Bagwell bringing ISc per pound. The Louis "Pete" Bagwell calf stood 2nd In Its cluss which plac- ed It almost In first money. The calf from Brady stood first in the Junior class with the final desclslon of the Judges placing this calf Grand Champion. When a boy shows a calf and a breeder has a calf dropped fr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 16 March 1934

Bvkk H Aiartj Itnlaq Taylor AUTOCASTtRStaVKC-MM'MM Eleventh Installment THE STORY SO PAR Nucf Gordon trades herself in aarriigc for lit teen tkoussnd dollars—the price of ter fsaily honor-and the freclom of her fcratfctr, Roddy, who atole. lor * woman, that amount from the batik in which he «orks. Nancy, desperately iu lovr witli raur.g he Kotiuer, nevertlielesi a|ree o a secret elopement with Dr. Kichard Mor tan, and with the money he loans her pre vcati Noddy's arrest. Dr. Morgan is loved k)r Helena Haddon, a sophisticated young aiarriel woman, hut he adores Nancy and hopes to win her after marriage. In Wash- ington they are married. Nancy is Richard's Sride— and afraid of him. Now go on vrilh tht itory. "Something terrible mint have hap- pened!" cried Angie, with a flash. "I —i know it!" The major nodded, looking put her out of the window. "There'* King Haddon coming in bere," he exclaimed. "Go let liim in, Angie; I'm going to finish mv break- fast Haddon or no Haddon! You can 1*...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 16 March 1934

/ r* V\ rf> : S . L— ran Our Job is Right Here At Home in Claude DO YOU WANT TO SELL AUTOMOBILES BANK FACILITIES GROCERIES FOODS FURNITURE AMUSEMENTS FABRIC'S WOMEN'S WEAR MEN'S WEAR LAUNDRY SERVICE JEWELRY MILLINERY DRY GOODS TRANSPORTATION SECURITIES LIGHT AND POWER RUGS SHOES SHOE REPAIRS REAL ESTATE A new national trail is being blazed back to prosperity. The program is pretentious and gigantic. It includes all branches of commerce, industry and agriculture. It calls for unstinted co-operation and loyalty within every unit of the national life. It calls for team-work as exacting as we have ever known. That means that the fundamen- tal code of the entire endeaver is "CO-OPERATION". In charting the national route which faces toward the goal of plenty for all, it has been interesting to note the directness of the action. This directness has been in the appeal to the separate units to co-operate within their own ranks; to establish codes and to observe them whole-heartedly. It is...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 16 March 1934

fant, To Sell Buy Or Exchange ■wssmsimwe . 5®cr mm It you want Garden and Plow, •r iced, tee or call for Carl SjmL 1-t-c BEAUTIFUL SERVICE SHOE REPAIRING: Bole', cemented. CITY SHOE SHOP— 115 C. Sixth. AmarlUo, Texas. 27-c Clear City Property to trade | for Good Farm set* or write O.; D. Kerr. 109-B W. 6th Ave. Amn-; rillo, Texas. 28-c POSTED NOTICE Tbia la to notify the public that all of the J. A. Pastures are posted, and hunting, trapping or fishing Is not permitted and all trespassers will be procccuted. CLINTON HENRY, Aast. Mgr. 12-tf-c CHICKENS TURKEYS Don't wait and have Diseased Powlr. from Worms—and Losses from Blood-Sucking Lice. Mites, Fleas and Blue Bugs this Spring. Begin NOW to give STAR PARA- SITE REMOVER in their drinking water for both Fowls and Baby Chicks. It will Keep them Free of these destructive Parasites, their system toned up. their health and Egg Production at a very small cost—or money refunded.—Gunter Drug Store if Bronchial Irritations Need Creosote For ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 16 March 1934

•; *• ! ' V AT GET Action! " E A L BARGAINS! tkfjoQfoom. Grait to Grout! SUPER VALUES - SUPER WEAR PENNEY'S FAMOUS "OX HIDE" OVERALLS 89c Low Price And Long Wear ~~ Full Cut Well Made. Super "BIG MAC" OVERALLS Fully Shrunk $1 10 Another One Free If It Shrinks. WORK SOCKS GOOD WEIGHT 3 PAIRS EXTRA WEAR AND EXTRA SAVINGS IN PENNEY'S WORK SHIRTS Always on the Job! vU "BIG MAC" Work Shirts Of heavyweight fine yarn chambray! i ■Triple stitclied. "Big Macs" are (nationally famous : for long wear! BOYS' SIZES MEN! Your Chance to Get Real Retanned WORK SHOES At real SAVINGS! t - _ $1.79 Buy Your Actual Size! Penco-Shrunk WORK SHIRTS art SANFORIZED! 98c TOUGH heavvweiglit chambray! EXTRA STURDY seams — trifle stitched! EXTRA FULL! Giant value! Obtainable only at Penney'a! That's right—retan leather resist- barnyard acids! And only at Pen- ney's can you gii shoes made with sturdy composition soles . . with genu- ine leather insoles, midsoles and count- ers— for so very, very little! "J.C.P." ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 16 March 1934

'i jmx UJI to the announcements The Claude News is authorized to announce the following can- didates for Uie office, under which their names appear. Subject to the action of The Democrats Primary to be held July 28, 1934. idea expressed by Will Rod- I'l.KVKLAXIl . . . Kilison K Olterlioliwr, . Superintendent of Houston, Tex., schools, in tin' new president of tho -National Kiliu-a tioiix! Association. Ho was born ui P.ttrivkaburg, luii. and i 3t jvar 1<L robbing them of a legitimate a- mount cf money to keep the wheels of the government going, only when they could take their pound of flesh nec.rest the heart. They have no more right to loan this government money than We have to loan you money that AL- READL BELONGS TO YOU! (Ed) . .. . (.dioui District- gers, the Humorist, that an Army Far Jade* «' 41th ,"dit_ DUtr,ct' plver can flv most successfully, henry s. bishop Far County Judge: S. P. MATHEW8 FLOYD H. WILSON W. W. HOOD far Sheriff. Tax Collector and Tax Aaamor: TOM COLLINS J...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 23 March 1934

- y Panhandle High- way Memory of First Ranch By David I. Day In August, 1877, Col. Charles Goodnight established his family In the first house ever built In The Womanless Wedding at Hi. School Mar. 16 The Womanless Wedding, a play rendered at the High School audi- torium last Friday night was fun for everybody, and the many hear- the Texas Panhandle. He had en-|ty lau«hs were evidence that the tered the region some time be-1fu" house enjoyed the play hugely, fore and preempted grass lands' A b°x supper followed the play. Bidding started off slow but when auctioneers, Coach Carter, "Cot- ton" Johnson and Herb Gunter, begin to show real life in of- fering the boxes for sale, interest picked up quite a bit. Coach Car- ter had the large boys to come down to the front seats, and that was when he real bidding began. "Cotton" Johnson and Carl W. Appling were nominated as the two ugliest men in the house, the ugliest man to get a pie. Votes went at lc each on the ugliest man, and "Cotton" ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 23 March 1934

IHpSMi If W m* i nrr *t n i* Id order to Kt NSW YORK . . . Eberkard Faber (above), iitacil kiag of rke U H. who eelebratee his "5th birthday thi* month, mti be hat i rnt ttft.v tive aetive yeata aa an officer of his .'uuipani and haa goue through lepreaaioai of all ki d He aava th* iireaoat depreaaiou in at ita end i)oa't worry i hia rule for longevity ANNOUNCEMENTS The Claude News is authorized to announce the following can- didates for the office, under which th«|r names appear. Subject to the action of The Democratic Primary to be held July 28. 1934. Far jad|c of 47th Judicial Diatrict: HENRY 8. BISHOP For Coanty Judge: 8. P. MATHEWS FLOYD H. WILSON W. W. HOOD Far Sheriff. Tax Collector and Tax Aaaeaaor: TOM COLLINS J. A. BEST E. P. BERRY STANLEY D. WHITE In his testimony before the in- vestigating committee. Karl Crow- ley, P. O. Department Solicitor, made the direct charge that there •Was a Definite Positive Agree- ment" by which former Postmaster General Brown was to award mai...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 23 March 1934

' - ^ ' r. - a/£ I " W Bride AUnj Imlay Taylor ® C.WS. AUK5CASTEK <£ttflCC-Mw<V Twelfth Installment THR STORY SO FAR Nmjr tardea trade* ktrteff in aarrUfe <ir tkouaand doltari—the price ef ler lnHM*? boner—aid the frecdoa of her Roddy, wfce stole, for o woaoo, mfinl from Ik* b «k is wkick ke .Mitcy. doptrittly in l f witk fw! T,««• K*e«icr, MierlktUu i re«« «• ■ .writ cloyeraviit witk Dr. RicksrJ Mir iu, .itd villi Ike a ii«r k« loan* l.fr re- iti.ii i'sddr'i ictit. Br. Marfan i« '.««< fry tfrcm I'a.Har, * •opbistiealcd riuu ■arrli'- «mn, but kt tdurri Nancy n ibVU u *>. h r ifttr aarring*. In Wuk- tan :kt>- *'C luiritd. Stacy ii Kickird'i Sr.4e—it)J of kin. ir« ♦* «M<h rtf *«!>/•«• Then, either the visitor had found out i! she wanted io, or she was tired of ii; !. • was actually going. N'ancy iear.1 their movement* in the hall. Mrt. Oi'&'ru cm: e back, panting. '"Oil, Nat!/), '.ta you think she- she amtltingr" N<:i;y shook iter head doubtfully. /'Hew ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 23 March 1934

A H > > 3>,' T , • ■•w . .> ■ r . . f i \ ;1 ' i- •• " j ■ ■w *aMMlBBmigEr?5^^gBK^!L SSSggBKMBM—I Our Job is R At Home i io ftl Ji/i. Jbii W I CJ i • " • ' ; .? ' DO YOU WANT TO SELL AUTOMOBILES BANK FACILITIES GROCERIES FOODS FURNITURE AMUSEMENTS FABRICS WOMEN'S WEAR MEN'S WEAR LAUNDRY SERVICE JEWELRY MILLINERY DRY GOODS TRANSPORTATION SECURITIES LIGHT AND POWER RUGS SHOES SHOE REPAIRS REAL ESTATE i ————BO—H HJW Tfjy A Sf/ * <? fgggj&;, jMiHiMumm -gg a A new national trail is being blazed back to prosper! 7. program is pretentious and gigantic. It includes all branches of commerce, v carry and agriculture. It calls for unstinted co-operation and loyalty wiinin every .:;r<of the national life. It calls for team-work as exacting as we have ever know > if; it means that the fundamen- tal code of the entire endeaver is "CO-OpERATION". In charting the national route which faces toward t -c rjoal ,of plenty for all, it has been interesting to note the directness ...

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