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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 25 May 1934

- h * '<• I {•••■ "*„■ Vr"j^ f *lSt" > ■ ^ W M JOSEPHINE ALDRIDGE FRANK HARRIS SYLNETT STRICKLAND LOUIS BAGWELL BUFORD HENDERSON RUPERT TUCKER President 2nd Sem. MARY HOGG CECIL WAGGONER MILDRED BLANTON WEEKS HUGHES Reporter JOE WATSON MH.DRED BROWN KENNETH CAYTON JIMMY WEEKS I.A VONIA I AMES HAROLD CHEEK Sergeant-at-Arms MATT1E PEARI YVHELCIIEL NOVELLA LUTTREI. MYRTLE MAY WILLIAMS HARRIS CHEEK I AM P S ItOlSISON FRANK DUNN Vice-President JUNE WILMOTH I.YNN KEWELI I BOYD STEWART President lit Sem JIMMY JO WOODBURN FRANCES GOODGEH K II,I'll S'lEPllENSON .MARGUERITE WORLEY OKA MAE HARRIS Secretary—Treasurer JACK MOBLEY "MUSTANG" ANNUAL FACULTY STAFF II. TURNEY Sn| «riiiltnilcnt C. R. DOUGLASS Principal w, "V EDITOR BUSINESS MANAGER SOCIETY EDITOR SPOKTS EDITOR JIMMY WEEKS CECIL WAGGONER MILDRED BLANTON RUPERT Tl'CKER ADVERTISING COMMITTEE: Josephine Aldriilge; Jimmy Jo Woodburn; Weeks Hughes. CIRCULATION COMMITTEE) Oru Mae Harris: Slynett Strickland: La Vonla James: June Wilmoth...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 25 May 1934

KftfS EE rsi\'« CL/rvJ. 8205 X~fl EA R" AT HAND How about that New Harvester Thrasher— A Farm Truck - -- or Tractor? Also a complete line of machine Repairs. We have the most complete line of Repairs in the Panhandle. Farmers Grain & Imp. Co. Top: Designed in Sizes: 2, 4 and 6. Siie 4 requires I1^ yard of 35 inch material with lA yard con- trait. Below: Designed in Sizes: 2, 3, 4 and 5. Size 4 requires iyi yard of 35 inch material with '/j yard contrasting SUMMER PLAY FROCKS Pattern 8229: Mothers will choose this frock for their daugh- ter to. wear on long summer after- noons after the nap. Made In a material which laundries well, it will look as crisp and fresh as the small beauty it adorns. PINAFORE FROCK Pattern 8205: Little girls are never too young to like pretty things to wear, and this little frock is so easy to make and to laundry that mothers and small daughters will agree on choosing this style The side pleats with bows below the kimono sleeves are attractive points in...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 25 May 1934

* * t 0' I 9Ws«'^W* mr/- &rf 1934 CHEVROLET DHn It five miles and yow will never be utMlril with any •Uwf law priced car. "The World's Lowest Price Six." "WELDING," "MACHINE SHOP" . and "GENERAL REPAIRING." Headquarters for J. I. CASE Ma- chines, parts and service. Mr. Estes Wiseman, who lias been working as a Machanlc for the Plains Chevrolet Co., at Aniarillo for the past aeveral months back is working for ns in our shop again, and will be (lad to take care of any of your repair work. NELSON CHEVROLET CO. COLD PLEASURES FOR WARM DAYS The best friend a hostess has during the summer months is her Electric Refrigerator. It makes it so easy to prepare tempt- ing refreshments—all manner of chilled or frozen desserts and salads. And of course the refrigerator keeps them just right until you're ready to serve them—at the same time freeiing all the ice cubes, plain or colored, that to cool summer drinks. you n<vd Don't face another summer with inadequate refrigeration. Choose a qui...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 25 May 1934

I I Marij hnlaij Taylor ©MIC.M.S. awocMis* mmkc-muwi Foul hutallmeot ran down through the Mor- ' ng ground*, into the river meadow. Then he stood still a moment, think- ing, his clenched hand at his chin. He remembered Major Lomax. Lo- fnax! He started. The major was the man I He loved Nancy. He had al- ways petted Nancy. There was a light in the study win- dow; he knocked at the side door. How long the old man was in com- ing ! Then the door opened. The little old man stood there in his shirt sleeves, his eyes peering out of their creases. "I've got to see you, major, at once—alone!" he panted. The major closed the door deliber- ately. "Come in here. There's no cue about—Angie's gone to bed." "Sit down. Rod. What's wrong? Out with ii"~lie smiled grimly— "honest confession's gin.fi for the soul." "I haven't come to confess any- thing," said Roddy, with a dry throat, "I've come to ask you to do me a favor, the greatest favor! .To be my second; I've challenged Richard Mor- gan to figh...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 1 June 1934

fV t;' ' ? V * •'" ■.™:'• " ^vr ':;™ KdiWf Try H la The New* and watch yow CLAUDE NEWS wNNn foum «. CLAUDE, ARMSTRONG COUNTY, TEXAS. FRIDAY, JUNE I. 1034. Armstrong Co. Community Can- ning Kitchen The Texas Relief Commission will furnish, through the local County relief board, equipment for a Community Canning kitchen. The equipment Consists of roast- ers, Cookers, sealers, cans, lables. kettles and cooking utensils. The building, water, lights, fuel, lables. sinks, etc. will be furnished lo- cally. Laborers will be secured from relief rolls. All canning will be clone under the supervision of Mrs. Etta Mulllcan Laycock. Products for canning may be furnished by anyone In Armstrong county on the following basis: 1. With relief furnishing: a. e- quipinent, b. cans, c. labor. Pro- ducer furnishing: a. products. Relief Receives; Vegetables 55%. Meats 40%. Producer receives: Vegetables 45%, Meats GO';. 2. With relief furnishing: a. r- qulpment, b. cans. Producer fur- nishing: a. products,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 1 June 1934

AND MOOftEPOSTON STOCK ANNOUNCEMENTS The Claude News is authorized to announce the following can- didates for I he office, under which their names appear, Subject to the action of The Democratic Primary to be held July 28, 1934. Fir Representative 123rd District: HALMOND K. STANFIELD Far Hp of 47th Judicial District: HENRY S. BISHOP E. C. NELSON, Far County Judge: S. P. MATHEWS FLOYD H. WILSON W. W. HOOD For Sheriff, Tax Collector and Tm Assessor: TOM COLLINS J. A. BEST E. P. BERRY STANLEY D. WHITE For Coontv And District Clerk: CHAS. W. STEWART For County Treasurer: MRS. H. L. MOBLEY MRS. M. M. (SUE) KERR MRS. IDA E. RICE For Commissioner Precinct No. 1: FRANK N. BISHOP O. F. SMALLEY OTTO GRUMKE AMMON E. WOODWARD C. M. (MOLENi BRUMMETT J. L. PAFFORD For Commissioner Precinct No. 2: J. J. RAY Iir Commissioner Precinct No. W. H. HAMBLEN E. T. BAGWELL For Commissioner Precinct No. 4: THURMAN HAVINS A lot of an oCt«bnad the M—rtnt for 'htm, and thoy swore would make on angel weep. Whet...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 1 June 1934

V To SeB Boy Exchange i IT WILL PAT TOU To call on W. B. Wright and Oeorre Byard and get their prices on all kind* of Blacksmlthlng. Auto Repairing, Disc Roollng, and Com- bine Repair work. M-c-tf te A Day Operates A Superfex POSTED NOTICE Hits is to notify the public that all the J. A. Pastures are posted, and hunting, trapping or fishing is not permitted and all tresspass- ers will be prosecuted.—CLINTON HENRY, Ass't. Mgr. 12-tf-r CHICKENS TURKEYS Don't wait and have Diseased Fowls from Worms—and Losses} from Blood-Sucking Lice, Miles' 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 Five of these destructive Parasites, their system toned up, their health and Egg Production nt a very small cost—or money refunded--Gunter Drug Store tf L. B. GODWIN Attorney-at-Law Paramount Building Amarillo, Texas Blackburn- Shaw — Answer* the FUNERAL COST Problem Without the sacrifice of one single ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 1 June 1934

SHK1' • i ! J$3 a spirit of unfriendliness to • would enter, be they friends, or strangers. fc:..: not a home or a business without -a telephone present in like manner a closed door aspect to people desiring the convenience of telephone communi- cation? Accommodate your friends and custom- ers by placing an order for a tele- phone today! Southwestern Associated Telephone Company Claude, Texas V** rr* CHEVROLET CHEVROLET Drive it five miles and you will never other low priced ear. be satisfied with any "The World's Lowest Price Six." "WELDING," "MACHINE SHOP" and "GENERAL REPAIRING." Headquarters for J. I. CASE Ma- chines Parts and Service. NELSON CHEVROLET CO. KKMscMcssKSttsstMssacwMSKssKKsscssssssKaaacsMaacsaacsBM YOU'LL BE SURPRISED AT THE REASONABLE PRICES We are making on All Kinds of Disc Rolling, Auto Repairing, Welding & Lathe Work. We rebuild your worn Combine and Tractor Parts. We call for and Deliver Combine Motors. Get our prices. Let us figure on your next JOB. W. B....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 1 June 1934

Ju'itf' V i — mm Twwmm ,1 :>'?*& -'\ p^A« ii' ' f Y ^;*M'(>f,f J;: magazine Section Ml h m* iim*$m ihm rtWaf «v«r |Wt> ftj It Mi TNT hull in via tMPMMkf l>M>U«b* VOLUME 48. CLAUDE NEWS CLAUDE, ARMSTRONG COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JUNE 1, 1934. WAJIT AO0 « «tr * « mH amttlif for awh yoo kmibnl tfce place or briar 7m rhhif yam «t a barxahi. Try tt ia TIm Cl nde Newa at only 3c par word. NUMBER 39. - tsV A\OM- I r 4 fe^iwiNe-— X PMoHeD UbtCLE Eze/\ lo Meer 4'M W/T4 /W ■* UMI3ISEL.L./V - ■ :V':v'V J .)/V7, , ^ UOTS OPfOl.^ 73(J*T -DON T see- L>Mct,£ ezieA comiMe- our ^e.t - X LIVE 3b sT rwo TikOCk's liOW>) WAY- iz A VMolev ^uAeTeft st/e ceHTs i /-iade.' £ 4loP6= UNCLE E2ert ■*DOIES4T ^liHo MV Keep/NG- -4/A<1 V/A iTi N Gr - CQM5 oMt UMCuE £2ig^ G-er uHoea THe= £JMi3i2en-A-/ —vm -HAVE- -fib TAke ~rA/s LAtW -/lovie. ^irdsY" ii#' '! ■ n TfleeH isMT "EOOM FOte. | TH^gE: oc / ui (. c6Cc. CDow/AJ -floMe UNO I'll 4USTLE. TWCK'--A<V \ \ soHEUooV EL.SE -sv \ , \/JlLL Cr...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 1 June 1934

L D 01 MM, * *• 9mm OteNrtM cabin to ths settler wis and fort—affording ction against marauding In- and shelter against unfavor- able weather. 'there were three types of frontier cabina, the most primitive the single log cabin of only one room. Next was the one-room cabin with "lean to" in the 2ar, the latter not so well built as the bin itself, but useful. However, the aristocrat of pioneer architecture was the double-log cabin. Usually this was a two-room structure with a hallway be- tween, all under one roof. Sometimes the hallway was puncheon floored, sometimes just an opening between the two rooms. Cracks between logs were "daubed" with clay. G. A. Holland of Weatherford, Texas, has reproduced a typical double-log cabin at Holland's Lake, southeast of that city, by combining two single cabins, famed in the early history of Parker county. The logs comprising these two cabins were among the first to be cut and hewn in West Texas. One of the cabins, built in 1860, still shows wher...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 1 June 1934

By HOMER M. Marshall. Tim fUACKERS are making this a heartless generation, have put BUch fear in the minds of motor- ists that no one dare offer an act of kindness on the highway. A few yean ago no motorist would pass an- other motorist who appeared to be in trouble. His car woufd come to a stop and he would ask: "What can I do for you?" Now, when a car is seen strand- ed by the highway it is only notifica- tion to step on the gas and greater speed. A few years ago it was rare for a motorist not to offer a ride to the man or woman he overtook on the road. Now, thumbs are raised in vain as the speeding car throws dust on the pedes- trian. It is, really, a sad commentary on our modern life when the spirit of kindness must give way to precaution. Some one has remarked that even the Good Samaritan would have hesitated stopping to relieve the wounded man had he lived in this day and time. Down near San Antonio a few weeks ago a man, whose arm had been jerked out of socket in an automobil...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 1 June 1934

Vivian, vu hatched dur- AUTO REGISTRATIONS i IS Texas counties, representing &U of Texas, passenger car regis- for March totaled 4,767, against 3,108 in February and 1,860 in March, 1988. During the first three months of the current year, registrations totaled 9,634, against 5,850 for the same period last year, a gain of 65 per cent. NO FOREIGN PLANTS IN PARKS The National Park Service has ruled that it will not permit the planting of foreign trees, shrubs and flowers in State parks that were created or im- proved by Federal funds. "Such gifts cannot be accepted nor such permission granted," says a department official. "The idea is to preserve America as she has been, is and will be." A colt, with cently on the Percy Franklin ranch In Llano county. The extra hoof was perfectly formed from the ankle down and was joined to one of the front feet The animal walked on its four regular hoofs, the fifth not quite touching the ground. A Llano doctor amputated the extra hoof. TEXAN DISCO...

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

rghrfn' op tobaccy, Emu" aorta taperin' off. I juice no more." Hoarding city-dweller was reading a news- when ho was heard to exclaim, i the oow are doing it now!" "Doing what?" inquired his wife. "Hoarding," he replied. In the head-lines it co* hides 7c.'" says, "Right here 'Light native Correcting an English Sentence • English Professor: "Correct this sentence: 'Before any damage could be done, the fire was put out by the volunteer fire department.'" Student: "The fire was put out be- fore any damage could be done by the volunteer fire department." Orator—"And now, gentlemen, I wish to tax your memory." Member of* the Audience—"Good heavens! Has it come to that?" Soul of Brevity "Get the dope on this accident," said the editor to the cub reporter. "And when you write the story, remember that brevity is the soul of the newspa- per. Never use two words where one will do. Now get going." The report- er handed in his copy: "Stapleton struck a match to see if there was any gasoline in ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 1 June 1934

j&jrrw I ■ sumWr of term, nu- >njM Ml to 1100 Mm, lo- ta vtrtM Mctiotu of tlw 8tmU. i term ou k* bought with i on* fan pajpmont; balance may bo tttiMrt 00 liberal Urau at S% lator- Mt Wo tradoa considered. Addreu E. y^Unham. P. " ~ 0. Box 2932, Houaton, fc AIMS Hardin County term land IV 6 Payable (i do*«n, II per week. Virgin ■oil. Woadorlul oil proa pact and leased for drilling. Liberty Bell Karma, 602 Waal Hide.. Houaton, texaa. OKLAHOMA FOR SALE—SO ncrea unimproved (in cul- tivation) cfr.uiie. six miles south Tuttle. Keal buy at $22.50, or will retain half royalty and s*ll at >16. Possession January 1st, IMS. C. T. ERWIN, Ch.cka-ha, Okla. COLORADO STOCK Ranches, cabins, mountain homes. Try the Rockies. Clip this for fortune. Owner, Tom Coleman, Jefferson, Colo. MISSOURI IDEAL Home—40 acres on State hishvay 30; good ca* part payment. C. C. Mc- Cormick. Auiora, Mo.. Route 2. ARKANSAS 1M-AORES, good Oxark upland, well tim- bered, priced for quick sale. Write own- er, W. A...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 1 June 1934

m- m' u woman asks buying salt iJNud. Here In America, 2/3 of all women ask for Morton'§ because— WHEN IT RAINS IT POURS iodized or plain Al ROADS LEAD AND HOTEL SHERMAN again is the chosen Vforlds Fair Hotel 1700 ROOMS 1700 BATHS "OM $2?° I DAILY You con Dnve Your l^cor right into Hotel Sherman /; FOOD for thought Just 4 blocks from Grant Park which is the North En- trance to the fair RANDOLPH CLARK LMl & LA SALLE. STREETS MACARONI SPAGHETTI EGG-NOODLES Tune in on our thrilling CHANDI> Radio I'rotframs. Station KTAT every Monday. Wednesday, Friday, Sunday, 6:15 O'clock. Km Acme Tent & Awning Co., Inc. 208 S. Jennings Avenue FORT WORTH, TEXAS Write us for estimates. Awnings, Tent* and Tarpaulin* NEW.LiOHT.AEROPUNE METAL StemLIMBS tifir t.Trt $ $ HEDGECOCKfi'K*-'"" I \OU , (OMMI \<( f ST 0 Al I AS ^VW| | | I ■ ' M 1 A I A U i !"■ HESPf: and A PUZZLE Z There may be plenty of things wrong with this car, but there are even more flaws in the picture. The artist has made at ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 1 June 1934

HOME PROBLEMS MRS. REGINALD VANDERBTLT keep, her akin lovely with l'ond'a Two-Skiu Treatment You have TWO SKINS ... Give each its proper care if you would have a radiantly lovely kin WHEN you are young, tiny glands in your Under Skin pour out beauty oils which keep it firm, full. Soon, however, these glands fail. Then your Under Skin shrink:;. Your Outer Skin falls into lines, wrinkles. Oil Cream for the Under Skin — To prevent these dreaded age signs you use an oil cream that penetrates deep. Pond's Cold Cream does this, carrying to the Under Skin the oils it craves. Your skin feels toned right away. Because its oils are so light and sink so deep, it is a marvelous cleanser. Accumulated grime and dirt float to the surface, ready to be wiped away. Grea eless Cream for the Outer Skin—The Outer Skin is different. In it are tiny moisture cells. These cells become dried out by sun, wind, heat. Then roughness, coarse- ness result. A very special substance in Pond's Vanishing Cream actual...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 8 June 1934

1 . j. ' t • V«\ '' .; Xi> -'V NEWS CLAUDE, ARMSTRONG COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JUNE 8, 1 34. ■Mate Telk Why He FaVors Hunter One morning there appeared on the campus of Old Polytechnic Collage, Fort Worth, Texas, about MOT. a young fleshy lad dressed In a Stetson hat and boots, his coat of one shade and his trous- ers of another. His hat was just about as large as the boy. When we gathered at Old Mul- key Hall for dinner this young man made his appearance at the dining table just across from where I was sitting. There were then seated at this table some of our local citliens, C. E. Litchfield. C. A. Rodgers and A. F. Edwards. This young man was from one of the extreme western counties. We then became acquainted with Tom Hunter, a young lad entering school. Immediately he opened a press- ing shop in Mulkcy Hall and stat- ed cleaning and pressing clothes to earn his board. We paid $10.00 a month for our room and board. Our meats consisted mostly of the toughest stakes, which were kno...

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

"V ■:V. ^ S S O c\^ announcements The Claude News is authorized to announce the following can- didates for the office, under which their names appear. Subject to the action of The Democratic Primary to be held July 28, 1934. Per icfmenUUvt 123rd District; HALMOND K. STANFIELD _ fWr mfl- the tabor of a^thtrd of^the'dtl- of Tina to mmt the k- of state and local government In taxes last year. The outstanding debt of local units of government in Texas Is £51.000,000 more than the combin- ed capital, surplus and undivided profits of all of the National Banks located in Kentucky. Tennessee Alabama, Mississippi. Arkansas. Louslana. Oklahoma and Texas. The expenditures of local gov- ernment in Texas amount to ap- proximately fifteen times as much as the federal government collects in this state in income taxes. The Uniform Budget Law re- cently passed by the Texas Legis- lature opens the way for the tax- payers to take an active part in planning and controllng the ex- penditures of all unit...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 8 June 1934

ft t I: J r (i- logg Control'Association of Armstrong County, State of Texas «*• altted J y individual producers of Armstrong County who have signed contracts under the 1934 Corn- Adjustment Program of the Agricultural Adjustment Administration. The Following is a statement of the basic Information on com acreage and hog production sub- tod toy Individ " _ . - - Hogg Production Any person may make • confidential report.' oral or written, to the county allotment committee or to the community committee If he finds any statement here which he believes to be inaccurate. Signed NEWTON HARRELL. Chairman County Al- lotment Committee. HARRY E. WHITE, R. P. WOOD. Precinct N . 1—Cummaulty Committee; C. E. Nickel Chairman Chester Carr, O. L. Cor bin (Claude). NAME OP PRODUCER Mrs. J. M. Alexander (Widow; W. H. Averyt M. P. BaUey E. E. Bales Cleve O. Bennett P. N. Bishop W. A. Bledsoe Chester A. Carr R. J. Collins * Roy W. Conrad J. B. Cope O. L. Corbln D. L. Dawklns Demlng Doak C. D. Elsenhour...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Claude News — 8 June 1934

> Hi •, \t V n . . j i •* u • • | 1-. 4- i awBte^M .i Our Job is Right Here At Home in Claude 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 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...

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