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beat the did­ t it. the this It In the a the in I 1 on So far as the 110 members of the A. K. Atkinson, Jr., Post No. 210. American Legion, of l>oylostown, are concerned. Major General Smedley D Butler’s greatness as this country’* outstanding soldier has not been harmed one iota as a result of the charge- brought against him during the past week. At. the monthly meeting of the \t kilHOU I’ost Monday night it wa unanimously unanimously ordered by a motion from the floor that a telegram of well wishes expressing confidence in his ability to meet the charge« against, him properly, be sent to the famous Marine general advising that Doylestown legionnaire» ar* “100 per cent In sympathy with General Butler.” Memben-- of Atkinson Post jwo year;ago year;ago became personally acquainted with General Butler when he addressed tIn­ anima! banquet ot the posr in tip Doylestown Masonic Temple. There ; an members of the post who fought v.ith the General in France. It wax the opinion of members present at the meeting that Atkinson Post could not aftord to miss this opportunity of r.Hying to the General’s cause. Thi- ttlegram was sent to General Butler lutf'day morning by Post Commander Arthur Leather man. : t

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  1. The Bristol Daily Courier,
  2. 05 Feb 1931, Thu,
  3. Page 1

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