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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 8 December 1961

PAINT JO (Texas) TRIBUNE - Friday, Dec. 8, 1961 • For Sale NEW NECHI-ELNA Automatic Sewing Machine. $147.50 Phone 2950. Orchid Cleaners. (43-tfc) IS SWEAT AND MILDEW YOUR PROBLEM? Or do you just need more heat? A wall furnace is the answer to either problem, removing the humid- ity and Altering fresh, health- ful air into your home. Just $99.50 up at L. L. Newland Plumbing, Phone 825-3748, No- cona. (52-2tc) FOR SALE- Six room house with hardwood floors, one hall, two baths on Howell Street. (Holmes Place). Price $4,750- Contact John Moss, Saint Jo. (2-tfc) Certified Discount Prices New Dinettes Virtue Bros., Kuehne, Falcon... All famous brands now on sale at year's best markdowns. Monthly terms. 5-Pc. MATCHING SETS Nationally Adv. Price $59.50 Trade-in old Dinette 25.00 . W • For Sale FOR SALE: Maytag bales and Service. Hinds Clark, Nocona. (35-tic) FOB SALE: New ana used trac- tors and farm implements. -Muenster Equipment Co., Inc. "Your Ford Tractor Dealer," ' Phone 65. Muenster,...

Publication Title: Saint Jo Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 15 December 1961

/ Santa to Arrive in Saint-Jo Saturday 3 p.m. SANTA CLAUS TO ARRIVE SATURDAY Saturday is the big day! Ole Saint Nick will arrive in Saint Jo tomorrow, riding atop a bright red Are truck, throwing candy to all the kids and ready to listen to last minute requests for his annual trip Christmas Eve night. Santa, in cahoots with the Saint Jo Optimist Club, and W. E. Nunneley in particular, will make it to Saint Jo around 3:00 Saturday afternoon. He will have hundreds of pounds of candy, this year a new kind In- dividually wrapped in different colors, guaranteed to please the children (and grown-up kids, too). Santa's arrival will be pro- ceeded by a musical concert by the school band, under the di- rection of Richard Stapp. The concert, which will include many beautiful Christmas songs, will begin at 2:00 and continue until Santa Claus appears on the scene. Don't forget now—Santa is looking forward to a visit with all the children in Saint Jo and surrounding communities. Editor's Notes b...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 15 December 1961

SAINT JO (Texas) TRIBUNE - Friday, Dec. 15, 1961 THE SAINT JO TRIBUNE R. L. JETER, E. I* POWELL, Publishers E. L. POWELL. Editor Entered as second class matter. 1898. at the Post Office at Saint ro. Montague County, Tex. under Act of Congress, March 9, 1897. SUBSCRIPTION PER YEAR In Montague or Cooke — $2.00 Outside Area 12.90 Any erroneous reflection upon the character, standing or repu- tation of any person, firm or corpoation which may appear In the columns of this paper, will be gladly corrected upon notice at same being given to the editor personally at the Tribune office. FARM BRIEFS By Wylie Roberts Caoaty Agricultural Agent The new 1962 "Texas Guide for Controlling Insects and Di- seases on Fruits and Nuts," L- 645, is available from the office. This is the bulletin that gives the complete spraying schedule that is so important to produce a good crop of fruit Ask for your copy. ' One winter job that will pay big dividends on many farms and ranches is the control of the pocke...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 15 December 1961

KS= snnc acas: aoc SEBA STANFOELD Home Demonstration News * If you brought in some of your geraniums as house plants for the winter they should be kept In a sunny window. A temperature of not over 50 de- grees is best and don't over water. You may pinch the tips of shoots to induce bushiness and a shapely plant. Do not do this beyond February or you may destroy potential flowering shoots. When they begin to grow a sprinkling of commericial fertilizer on the surface of the dirt will help. • • • • Attracting birds in winter is an interesting and beneficial hobby as these visitors will stay around to devour the insect REMOVE WARTS! \mazing Compound Dissolves Common Warts Away Without Cutting or Burning Doctors warn picking or scratch- ing at warts may cause bleeding, spreading. Now amazing Com- pound W® penetrates into warts, destroys their cells, actually melts warts away without cutting or burning. Painless, colorless Compound W, used as directed, removes common warts safely, effecti...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 15 December 1961

SAINT JO (Texas) TRIBUNE - Friday, Dec. 15, 1901 terms to sahta ... Box 397 Saint Jo, Texas Dec. 10. 1961 bear Santa Claus, This is my first year to write you a letter. I have tried to be a real good boy. 1 go to church and Sunday School all the time; and Wed- besday night, I go to Sunbeams. Santa, would you please be teal nice to me and bring me Bome toys. Bring my brother, Clinton, some things, too. I will be looking for you ■round every corner. I love you, Ronnie Conyers • • • • Saint Jo, Texas December 9, 1961 Dear Santa, I would like to have you tiring me a pair of blue jeans ior Christmas and a pull-over shirt, size 8 and blue jeans, size 8. I am a boy age 7. I am a good boy. Would like to have some toys to play with but I am too large tor them now. Would like to have some cocks, size 8 also. Thank you, Santa, Edward G. McWatters Dear Santa, Would you bring me some western clothes, Coke machine, and red high heels with fuzz on them. Take my doll to a little girl that hasn't go...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 15 December 1961

\v.i r~ A ROUGH RIDE IN 'WORLD SERIES' HiSii RoHp^0n^W^i 0ff n6f. who c°mP«te in the National Finals fnnrt f D®lla" are due for the roughest riding in the sport of rodeo. Pictured is Harry Tompkins of Dublin, Texas, world wbo *eha,, «" > Is Change-of-Life Making You Only Half a Woman? Too tense too tired to be a real companion to your husband? Special women's medicine can relieve 'hot flashes", weakness, nervousness ..then you can enjoy life fully again! Has change-of-life loft you so weak you feel only "half" alive? Suffocated by "hot flashes", con- stantly tense... so you can't be an affectionate wife and mother? Don't despair! Lydia Pinkham's Compound can relieve both ten- sion and physical distress! In doc- tor's tests, Pinkham's gave dra- xiatic help—without costly shots! Irritability is soothed. "Hot flashes" subside. Then most women can go "smiling through" change- of-life without suffering! If change-of-life has left you only "half" a woman, get Lydia E Pinkham's Vegetabl...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 15 December 1961

From THE PANTHERS' DEN MRS. C. C. WARE, Sponsor Published in the Saint Jo Tribune, December 15, 1961 LINDA DURHAM, Editor REPORTING STAFF Boy's Sports Girl's Sports Special Events Band Junior Class Senior Class Sophomore Class Freshman Class _ FMA FFA William Hogen .. Karen Fortenberry Linda Flusche Calvin Durham — Sadie Huddleston Bobby Powell Pat Dennis Belva Tallley Wanda Puckett John Huchtons SCHOOL TO BE DISMISSED FOR CHRISTMAS HOLIDAYS It has been announced that school will be dismissed Dec. 21 at 2:45 for the Christmas holi- days. Classes will resume Jan; 2 at regular time. The high school party which ■will be held in the gymnasium is being planned by the room mothers for grades nine through twelve. Other classes are being enter- tained by the room mothers and class sponsors. Parties will be held in the evening of Thursday, December 21. The entire school has a feeling •of Christmas in the air. Good Twill and kind thoughts per- Sneate the entire school. Lovely Christmas trees ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 15 December 1961

iimmimMMmoMwiwiMii Spencer News By Mrs. Ernest O'Neal eeSS8S$888S S 5«SMK Mrs. Arch Durham remains a patient in N o co n a Hospital where she underwent major surgery Wednesday. Among those who have visited her be- sides her family are Mrs. H. J. Terry, Mrs. J. H. Ayres, Mrs. Ruel annon, Edna Roach and Mr. and Mrs. Pete Ivins. - Mr. and Mrs. George Kemp- son and children Johnnie and Penny and their friends Cecil Chandler and Kathleen Rhine- hart all of Brownfleld, spent the weekend with Mrs. Kemp- son's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Henley. Also visiting in their home was their son, T. C. Hen- ley and Roger of Saint Jo. Mr. and Mrs. Henley and the Kemp- son family were guests Saturday night of their daughter, Mrs. Henry Huddleston and family in Saint Jo. Eld. Winstead Cooper of No- cona filled an appointment at the Church of Christ Sunday. He and Mrs. Cooper were din- ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bud Snapp at Burr Oak. Mrs. Eula Parker of Wichita Falls was guest this weekend of her sons,...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 15 December 1961

SAINT JO (Texas) TRIBUNE - Friday, Dec. 15, 1961 Holiday Serving — Stuffed Rock Cornish Game Hens • For Sale NEW NECHI-ELNA Automatic Sewing Machine. $147.50 Phone 2550, Orchid Cleaners. (43-tfc) FOR SALE' Six room house with hardwood floors, one hall, two baths on Howell Street. (Holmes Place). Price $4,750. Contact John Moss, Saint Jo. (2-tfc) FOR SALE: Take up payments on Singer Slant-O-Matic. Call Jackson's Grocery, Phone 2452, Saint Jo, Texas. (45-tfc) FOR SALE: Sweet potatoes, $2.50 lb. Pink Hutson, West Williams Street. (3-ltp) FIREWORKS for sale. Two miles west of Saint Jo on Highway 82. Sale begins Fri- day, December 15. (3-2tc) FOR SALE: Maytag sales and Service, Hinds Clark. Nocona. (35-tfc) • For Sale FOR SALE: 1942 Chevrolet Pickup with 4-Speed Trans- udation. Good running condi- tion Phone 2255. (l-2tc) FOR SALE: Four burner gas stove, good condition, $30.00. Contact Mrs. Jack Rogers, Saint Jo, Phone 995-2627. (2-ltc) • For Rent FOR RENT: Redecorated mo- dern 3-room ho...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 22 December 1961

Editor's Notes by Vernetta Powell The busiest season of the en- tire year is about to come to a climax. Monday, December 25 — Chrislmas, 1961. I wonder how many people will really be able to enjoy this wonderful day when it arrives. Seme won't because of unfor- tunate circumstances such as illness or sorrow in their fam- ilies. We have many in our small town who have suffered pain and heartache in recent weeks. There are many across our land who can't really enjoy Christmas due to extreme finan- cial difficulties. But I believe there will be thousands who will be so tired and exhausted from shopping, parties and holiday preparations that they cannot fully enjoy the real joy of Christmas-time, This is really too bad, because Christmas is such a wonderful season. It usually brings out the best in peoples personalities. We have a feeling of greater love and compassion for our fellow- man. In most cases, selfishness flies out the window and is re- played with a strong need to help someo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 22 December 1961

SAINT JO (Texas) TRIBUNE - Friday, Dec. 22, 1961 THE SAINT JO R. L. JETER. E. L. POWELL, Publisher* E. L. POWELL. Editor Entered as second class matter, 1888. at the Post Office at Saint 'o, Montague County, Tex. under Act of Congress, March 8, 1897. SUBSCRIPTION PER YEAR In Montague or Cooke — $2.00 Outside Area $2.50 Any erroneous reflection upon the character, standing or repu- tation of any person, firm or corpoatlon which may appear in til* columns of this paper, will be gladly corrected upon notice of aame being given to the editor personally at the Tribune office. FARM BRIEFS By Wylle Roberta Oraaty Agricultural Agent Phylloxera, the gall forming Infects, pass the winter on branches. They infest pecan as well as shade trees. They form the little balls on galls on leaves that were so bad on so many trees last summer. The young insects appear in the early spring about the time the buds unfold and galls are produced on leaves and young twigs. Spray now, during the dor- mant seas...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 22 December 1961

KKBA 8TANFBLO Home Demonstration News * Many people choose the Christ- mas season as the time for en- tertaining relatives and llriends. Good planning now makes en- tertaining easier, especially if there is a food freezer In the home. This Is a good time to open your house to friends and neighbors for a cup of coffee or hot mug of punch. Welcome them to a sugar-plum tree in the hall. A tree branch, painted white or silver, will make a lovely one. Fancy Christmas cookies and candy canes, saran-wrapped, are tied to the twigs with ribbons, and as each guest leaves, he takes a decoration along. Or wrap the goodies in colored cellophane and stack them in a big salad bowl or Christmas trimmed basket. Individual fro- zen pie plates make good cookie holders, too, with cellophane stretched over the top. Pretty cornucopias can be made from foil or gift wrapping, trimmed tot poor good will and friendly „ pttronngr we extend a hearty OKBKSfiHMCfM A Merry, Merry Christmas WADE FEED STORE Tom and...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 22 December 1961

SAINT JO (Texas) TRIBUNE - Friday, Dec. 22, 1961 GOVERNOR DANIEL PROCLAIMS TEN-DAY SAFETY CAMPAIGN Holiday motorists in Texas will receive continuous remind- ers about safe driving during the ten-day Christmas - New Year's holiday through one of the State's most comprehensive safety campaigns. Gov. Price Daniel said Tuesday. <\ i: May the blessings of Christmas be with you today and always. POWELL Barber Shop ewRisrmfis smeTings and all good wishes for your happiness & !|v: GULF Service Station Leroy Pitman SAINT JO I S ristmas WITH BEST WISHES FARRIS PRODUCE Joe Farris Frank Collier TOP COWBOYS TO CLASH IN NATIONAL FINALS RODEO The massive holiday safety appeal will be led by Texas newspapers, radio and television stations and outdoor advertising companies, which are devoting much space and time to urging Texans to drive safely and legal- ly, the Governor said. When holiday travel approach es its expected peak, more than 250 Texas radio stations and nearly 50 television stat...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 22 December 1961

SEASON'S GREETINGS AND * SINCERE BEST WISHES TO OUR FRIENDS, OLD AND NEW im o loisn uou 'JT (mU COMMUNITY PUBUG SERVICE Otto Holland / "////X de/icere crf^seciafc'o/i, cfjfoit/*a/iafjpocc/101//J we e&/e/ic/So>jtoit ]<££ WlWfil JOBii liPPY TOID1Y HUCHTONS FEED STORE SAINT JO, TEXAS Christmas deserve. BILL'S CLOTHIER BILL PRIBBLE NOCONA Bathlaham, at tha tima of tha Birth of Jaiui, wii a tlatpv littla town lat down among tha Juaaan hills whara thaphardt tandad thalr ihaap, as had ♦hair fathars, and thalr fathar's fathars bafora tham. Tharo wara faw traas In this arid ra- tion. Tha buildings wara mostly of limastono and in tha eantar of tha city was a wall whara aach morning tha woman of Bathlaham came to draw watar and gossip. A gantla sun warmad tha city by day. b ut tha nights wara frosty, par* ticularly during tha rainy saason ba- twaan Novambar and April. Tha City of David was an industrious city at that tima. In addition to tho larga flocks of shaap ralsad In tha hilly ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 22 December 1961

Tl? THANK and have a pv won't you? ^ CASH DRY GOODS Mr .and Mrs. J. M. Fleming *w. 41s we say thanks, we send you compliments of the Season. F. C. Price SINCLAIR MARKETER Cooper and Leonard House Oi Bargains! HAROLD OTTS New and Used Furniture SOUTH SIDE OF COURTHOUSE SQUARE GAINESVILLE, TEXAS BOWIE NOCONA Across Hwy. 287 Adjoining Sands from BO-Tex Motel Motel DECATUR New Hwy. 287 Adjoining Wiseman Motel Bob Ferryman's Restaurants (DAL HUT) HOME OF BOB'S SPECIAL FRIED CHICKEN AND BOB'S BARBECUE ALSO COMPLETE MEALS WE INVITE YOU TO EAT WITH US AND BE YOUR OWN JUDGE "We May Doze — But — We NEVER Close" .m> 'aci i i M I ** S*Bt* ,B Am#rie* ,round *"d ,0,'y *nd cUd I" • ' bright red wit) It Thomas Nut, a N.w York nawipapar carioonlit, Br t llluitratad Santa in tha ISSO'i. Ho drew on ♦hedswfiptlon* furniihsd in tha poom, "A Vi.it from St. Nick." for ttia detail* of his drawing*. Sines that time, tho popular Amorican coneaption of Santa Claut ha* changad vary liHla. In oil paintings, ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 22 December 1961

SAINT JO (Texas) TRIBUNE - Friday, Dec. 22, 1961 :%r. ■ ' 'A AM-RlvY V 5 .: . ' * CHRISTMAS ' "■</>'J# REDDY'S MEN'S AND BOYS' WEAR Gainesville, Texas with best wishes for your Happiness And as we extend our thanks, we hasten to add our best wishes to you for the Holiday Season. May it be one of manifold blessings THE DAIRY SPOT Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Moulder you and yoHrs~~ .MERRY CHRISTMAS Aiay it brirify yon joyful hour\ happy memories, thought*, of old friendi. SAINT JO'S CONOCO JOE BRAWNER t < f S I Tmif vod / .and I Mat/ fh's be a r^3l enjoyable occasion for you. y JOHNIE'S PLUMBING Mr. and Mrs. Johnie Tucker N WARM APPRECIATION OP OUR ASSOCIATION DURING THE PAST YEAR t WE EXTEND OUR VERY BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY HOLIDAY SEASON WARE CLEANERS SAINT JO terras ro samta .. s s v a an <s s <a Dear Santa. Please bring me a sewing set and a doll. I also have a little sister and she would like a doll. Thank you for all the toys and clothes you brought me last year. Janice ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 22 December 1961

SAINT JO (Texas) TRIBUNE - Friday, Dec. 22, 1961 NOME DEMONSTRATION COUNCIL HOLDS ANNUAL PARTY FRIDAY AFTERNOON The Montague County Home Demonstration Council met in regular session in the council room of the courthouse on Fri- day afternoon. December 15. Mrs. Lyle Sawyer, Nocona, serv- q/EL M mtum, quitl £if& i 4 iiEtti urn cieisTHAs WRIGHT AND FED AGENTS SAINT JO, TEXAS m We are grateful for your patronage and consideration last year. ^ ik EBER AND HELEN DUNBAR just a sincere to all of you from all of us A- j Thanks for Your Cooperation This Season POST OFFICE EMPLOYEES ed as council chairman in the absence of Mrs. Joe Marshall, Bonita. Mrs. A. O. Ivins, Saint Jo; Mrs. Ola Fenoglio. Montague; Mrs. Barney Brogdon, Forest- burg; all members of the Fi- nance Committee, and some as- sistant distirbuted the council and calendars for 1962. Mrs. Charles Howard, Nocona, chairman of the yearbook com- mittee, and assistants, distribut- ed the 1962 yearbooks. After a number of committees...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 22 December 1961

«■ . BEST WISHES TO )\LL OUR FRIENDS AT THIS MOST WONDERFUL OF ALL SEASONS EMMET FETTE Representing Franklin Life Insurance Co. MUENSTER Friendship adds joy to the routine Df business and we deeply appreciate how much you have done to make our's a successful one. May your Christmas be more joyful than ever before — that is our wish for you. FOXWO RTH~G ALB RAIT H LUMBER GO HERCHEL BOYD SAINT JO, TEXAS From THE PANTHERS' DEN MRS. C. C. WARE, Sponsor Published in the Saint Jo Tribune December 22, 1961 LINDA DITRHAM, Editor Boy's Sports — Girl's Sports — Special Events Band Junior Class Senior Class Sophomore Class Freshman Clans . FHA FFA REPORTING STAFF William Hogen Karen Fortenberry Linda Flusche Calvin Durham Sadie Huddleston Bobby Powell — Pat Dennis Belva Tallley Wanda Puckett John Huchtons HIGH SCHOOL CHORUS PRESENTS "GLITTERING REFLECTIONS" On last Friday evening the Saint Jo High School Chorus, under the able direction of Dale Dennis and Mrs. Marguerite Dill, presented a two ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 22 December 1961

SAINT JO (Texas) TRIBUNE - Friday, Dec. 22, 1961 • For Sole NEW NECHI-ELNA Automatic Sewing Machine. $147.50 Pbon? 2550. Orchid Cleaners. (43-tfc) FOR SALE- Six room house with hardwood floors, one hall, two baths on Howell Street. (Holmes Place). Price $4,750. Contact John Moss, Saint Jo. (2-tfc) TOR SALE: Take up payments on Singer Slant-O-Matic. Call , Jackson's Grocery, Phone 2452, Saint Jo, Texas. (45-tfc) FOR SALE: Sweet potatoes. $2.50 bushel. Pink Hutson, West Williams Street. (4-ltp) FIREWORKS for sale! Two miles west of Saint Jo on Highway 82. Sale begins Fri- day, December 15. (3-2tc) FOR SALE: Maytag bales and Service, Finds Clark. Nocona. (35-tfc> * We value highly oui friends... and wish for all a Christmas of lasting happiness. ooo*c>o After 50 Years of Service to You and Patronage to Me A. S. Thompson Barber • For Sole FOR SALE: New and used trac- tors i and farm Implements. Muenster Equipment C«., Inc. ''Your Forti Tractor Dealer," Phone 85, Muenster, Texas. (...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Saint Jo Tribune — 29 December 1961

But the old gent will have many memories to keep him in his old age, although many are not too pleasant. On the Nation- al side, things haven't been exactly happy. We can remem- ber the unpleasant happenings in Cuba with their dictator Castro; the bloody uprisings in the Congo, the untimely death of Dag Hammarskjold; the seem- ingly futile struggle to gain peace and understanding with our mortal enemy, Krushchev; the ever present threat here'in America of Communism; the conflict and discention through- out the United States as inter- gration is being forced on the South. The frightening tension that is spreading here as nu- clear bomb terfing continues, the worry of a nuclear war and franic preparation of fallout shelters in many areas of our country. % Then there have been the tragedies and natural disasters from plane crashes, the bus load of children who were killed in that tragic accident, the many flres, especially the recent one in California destroying hund- reds of homes and...

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