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February 23, 1931

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FEI3RUAHY 23 M Af'r/N CITY GLOIJR-GAZ-:TT blip £tr.u*nu i!"ilii 0)UiLu % (bus. \ I ri M ' in ·· MH r i l l L \ b j t h C _ l ( , 1 .. ( ) I" \ v V -t U tit i ' ill 0 1 so, 3- \\ I] I U \\ I I ' l i \ ' 1 I I I 1 l-OO J rd 111 A' uu m.J I d loi 1 u it. M '» '^ l i ) i ( i i n T ! L 1 1 1 un 1 pi i l I i i it 1 ^ \ d n X ( V - M . i o t n i i n i I m tl i p l ei I i i' i 1 1 I c l O ! V I i J I ^ C X L ' U \ U c i t i 'c 1 to the ·- \ d n i ( -M s t i u ' i 1 to i d o all t i ' I' 10 r s [ l\ pi \\ 1 O u t K l L L l) U ll t_ I i J u t i l i p- \ p N b\ ' n i \ I 1) ! , U 1 l 1 i ) in 1 i n j c mi t \ ' " 1C1 tl It tl C ) 0--tO 1 CL S c.orrt ( 1 i.OO .00 O.W) 1.75 . T f\ cm Citj Io\ x as V H t c i 1 i i n th m o n t h s . la: prob!:m it is of g r e a t e r importance than any o t h e r one f a c t o r -- n o t even excepting- the state income t u x . NO CREDIT GIVEN EITHER r-pHE decree of credence to be a.LacIicd to a sei-ici; -*- of arliclc-s in the Chicago '1'ribune about lic;v.o:- tvnffie. condition;; in Iowa can be ganged from tho f a c t t h a t wriimg under an Io\va City dateline the i "staff Ciirrospmdent" retold v.-ith appsiivnl earned!.ii ; a . h u m o r o u s yarn which was c o n t a i n e d in a r e c e n t article on I ho u n i v e r s i t y in " C u l l c r e Humor." It h.v! ! Lo do widi "shove! thumbs," a physiological phenomenon supposed to result f r o m holding' the t h u m b o v e r a b o t t l e ol n i a i t v.'hile the contents are b e i n g cl.argru with a [-.hot of alcohol. The p i e c s u r e of the c;-.rb;;r,ic gas w i t h i n the. b o t t l e a f ; Well as the pressure of ih'.- thiunb on its mouth is supposed lo prour.ce LUo "shovel" e f f e c t . Mo c r e d i t is given to "College Humor" Or the joke. It looks as if f i : j editor!; o." thir, p u b l i c a i o n - h a v e been in.oo. ed o n . « ^L- many * "uilNDL^RGH STUDIED HIMSELF k v .",r ; .,;;cle wriU-::i by Col. Charles A. Lindbergh ...I,;.".'." [.'..'.',".,,'. .; -,,c\v !i;;ht on the remarkable young !,l'^".-.^ir. 'v-.a-.-v arc still disposed to think that the night had a V o t it a p e e a v s evident f r o m this ar; , " , " · ' - , ^.-"don t'".'U by c h a r a c t e r analysis and studied e'.'i''v,' : I,', " ; i . . r i . o v e WmsiK," Lindbergh had laid the !-' '.',"·'-,··'.,··"'iv 1 h i - '.leec.-.; Ion;;- before it came about. ' V v i ' , " - - V i h e : V : ; ' a l":v:Mi in his experience and his "that if 1 OTHER EDITORS lUarslialilown Timor;-llenitliik 1 :::!: A n n o u n c e m e n t from W a t e i l o o of the merger or t i i o Fiv-eiiing O o a i i e r ! w i t h Ihe. Morning Tribune is .it!:"( anodicr C I ' I I H i d e in t of both newspapers undoi- one o-.y.:;'.v;hip w:!l prove more advantageous bc-lh to the, re '.do; 1 :-; ami the business mt'.'i'cslu of the c o m m u n i t y there- ii l i t t l e d o u b t . dupJication of ciiL'ii!alion. ..\'.!vtrU:ier.s u.""m^ p papers tlicrcforo \vere payln;;' a double rate to b o t h j bcet'-use m a n y o£ 1113 paper:; went into the s".me iiome;-. The advertising would have Ijesn ji'/jt ab::iit as eu.".-- tivc liad it h e ^ n p r i n t e d .only in one. Po:- n-ia.'iy yea'.-.s .niiv,-. j-.-.:;l (··· ; i: i !. i !nl!y ."··JIICR \Vorld war, v.-huH no'.V;;p:i!:er p'.'in'.n^tion co. 1.' luo and never lir-.ve I I D J I I lov/ertd io prevra 1 i'i; mergers have become n u m e r o u F . riven in m e t r o p o l i t a n cities many have taken place. It ii; a t . P - ' i e i u - y [h.e times, fo rneu'.sjia.per^ are a (atasi-pii'j!::: I'Ul in t f i a t they render a service to a 'or.irinf-.i':y, people are v.'iliiii.'j to pay for r.iieh .'·ervi-:-j. 'i.;;iL wh-'n !^," l ,ii'. :',(" 1 "wrm',1 read oxC my list of character '" ' :,».:e v/hi. h 1 had fulfilled u a t i s f a c t a r i l y · ; ···(-·'·d m:ir. v.'iih '-'· *' :A cross; those I e;i;i':tl ufi'ii to demonstrate that day hose t h a r a c t e r factors which NoL rnv.ny yeai's EI I -O, v. r li:'n \V. r iteru:j v.'as smaller Uiin it is IK.VV, i'. h.'ul i'oi'.i' n-.v.vKpapc't 1 :?. so t h a t the present m e r g e r rcpv;::v:uf s ( i r e n".-:t iiu^:ea ami ".mbilioni; of that m a n y ( i i u t i n c t . publication:;, 'i'h-::' : *~ o i THE ICE BOX AFTER TEN O s Cl-OCK _ I fPEZCKOM HE KNOW V . : t : t ·% . i : j r.L'c.l t; l;ri(nv? 1^ t!:i-r^ Kitinp |mhil :ilmitt yntir ljnnlnrss ur [jiTMOHIll [!'·' l i v t t ln-.-'.-Svi i i t L - . ' 1* l!i:-r:' ^nir.t-U-lit^ m t . v . : I I I l to IEIMW V . l t l l i m t Itl'lny? Suljnilt \ t \ 3 - i i t u s l ' i ' H t n i ' r i - i l t - r u - .1. Lhi'ti-.h!. dlrrr'.or i t f t i t i p ^^ 1 llsl!llle^(ln InfurnuiHon blimm. l ' - f i nr-Jir'ivl |.k r i r l i i ' I L I . . \ i l i ; . r ^ s ^oiir I m i u l r y tn (In- f l l o h t ' - d t i ^ t ' l i p Iitfonnatinn i:urr.iu, 1 ; ; li. ill- .1. !:·.':.Uii. Ulri'i-Uir. \ViisJi1niil I), f., iiml liirkisct 2 r r n l H In coin i r [.lamp* f u r r.'hif.i pr : -.'.:i .1-. Q. \TIiat W:M'O t'.a- !i-st ten m n - 1 ness firms which have had an un- ' . . - i , " . , - ! . , ' , , ,-!-, · 'V ir.y.-ej: f r o m Jay Io day and to ,, . , ~ . .',."|V- ' , . ; - . · ' : and white.-;' f r o m month t o month '."'.,"'· '",r.Y,. t o ' v . - " ' - i vi's 'dcd to notice an improvement ;:·; I i;riy.v oi-.lc: 1 ." , ·;. , t -.,,,; ( ,v.; i n c l u d e d in the L i n d b e r g h years a^o, cliniinati]]r Times \vith -lite Trib:tiK - , Uu niorr.in;;' c u p i r d . I f , urnlcr the ne'v rna;'a":'er.v::!;, a (!;!; £ circulation can he o!iir.i;iatecl. or :vr-:r'.v .^j.^,.,,,,^.,. o£ u , a W a U d ,, r , r £ l l l i i n j k i v ;i[ i j ^ n c f i t in the concentration. DIET and HEAlA'li EARLIER DAYS .i::n m'i'lurcs in ,1!);!0'.' T. F. A. The Film Daily compiled the votes of C;;; motion p i c t u r e critics- employed by newspapers, s y n d i - cates, and fan and t r a d e publication. The result was the f o l l o w i n g : All Q u i e t on the Western F r o n t , Abraham Lincoln. Holiday, J o u r - ney':; 10id, Anna Christie, The L'ig Mouse, With ilyrd at the Soiitu L'ole, Til2 Divorcee, Hell's Angels, and O!d Kiiglish. ;. Kiviv r.r.ich lire insurance is no'.v in fyrrc 1:1 U. S.'.' T. !. A. On June 5, 1SK10, there wore 120,75",r21 insurance policies, making a total of §lOj,l'ro,.l-!l),-iT3 ill ;ome of ( l i e car!y V i r g i n i a planlaiam.s? M. K. A. iVI'my h.'ul 0,000 or more acres. N i c h o l a s H a y w a r d had a u n i t of ,"0,000 acres,'and W i l l i a m Fitxhu ill one lime i\viied -lo.OUO. Q. C.'ia c o l ' o n , walcrir.eloii :i hi'.r.-.iir. 1 . ;i:::l o r a n g e (rco; stand a frni.f.' A. W. A. Cotton can stand n very slight frost if only of a short d u r a - tioi!. A c e r t a i n sub-species orange trees l i k e w i s e can stand a rli.'Jii f r o s t . The b a n a n a and \va Ut melon w o u l d be i n s t a n t l y kitle; f r r j s t . . \V!i() !«.!;! military Umnvledg! co'.il'l be snmn!!'il ii'i in 3 words'.' A. U. A.. A Russian general, Alcxaiulc) V, fi'.ivarov, die 3 words bein;.. ".'niHio.'u i hi" -- "i ? orve.-:rd am ;. Have any f i r m s i)f I!. S. hoc: i tmsiaiv.s £;K years'.' M. S. A. Tho George Washington Bi I centennial commisr'ion has foun 1 tiio surprising n u m b e r of 2115 busi oken existence since the eighteenth century. J. U'lint is c KIHII made of.' !·;. T. A. Gum chicle, sugar, glucoae, i'-ramel butter, balsam and paraf- me \vax'. (J. Whi was the first to have his ionic! l i g l i t o i l w i t h e l e c t r i c i t y ? E. IT. A. J. P i e r p o n t Morgan, director .f the Edison Klcctric Illuminntinjf jonipiiny of New York. What lii'ounio of Paganini's violin'.' W. C. S. A. IV.ganini's fine Guarnerius violin was bequeathed to the mu- licipidily of Genoa, Italy, the town where he was born. It is preserved here as one of ilK most valuable ·lossessions. Q. Ilfuv ninny nre employed in tho uito industry ? \Y. F. F. A. Facts and Figures of the Automobile I n d u s t r y says 4,700,000 in 1920. Of these, 3,903,459 were employed d i r e c t l y and 737,000 indl- icctly. (}. How lonp; 1ms t l i o new rut iwi'cr rccomiiK'iulod hy tlio ile- {liirtairnl of ilijrioiiltiiro Ix'ori on llio inarkrl'.' lj. T. A. Red-squill powder was placed on Lhe A m e r i c a n market in 1D26. It linn been found efficacious und ha:; the added recommendation of liein:^ relatively harmless to h u m a n beings and domestic animals. Q. fs (ho wild wliltn s t r a w b e r r y ox(im!t? V. I,. K. J.; ; ;^ A. There is a cultivalcd white t-'u strawberry which grows in Lhe r~pj United States. Wild white slrawber- l:':?Ji ries arc spronls of Ihe red straw- [,S rias. The Bureau of Plant I n d u s t r p j!(.;^ docs not know ot any wild straw- fi-'M beries. Tlie b u r e a u of plant industry ' y.-Ss ' - · · ' ' - · - . , - I ' . u ' i i U o n , b r e v i t y i n speech, coneentra- |; . ' . , ' , . ' . ' : ' · ' · , ' " . · in" t e m p e r , clean body, clean speech, r iJ^, i ; ; o t , ' ' c L i m CLv.duct, cheerfuhiess, courage, cour- l:-sv" de--i'.--iver,c:::;, d e t e r m i n a t i o n , economy, energy, cn'h'uL.i"sm firmness, faith, gracefulness. - ' -.I-'teacstv,' Uonelulnosa, industry, initiative, justice, tac^nent," love to\vard all, loyalty, moderateness, ;,, c '^ ; y V.i-if. a p T i c a v a n c e , );: argument, no sarcasm, , pbyr.icrd exercise, pleas- · ; . . - j . ' , | | , - . . v - i ! T , : . h o m e and f a m i l y , c o u n t r y , respect "... ,.,;-, L .; i i : l!ov.- mm, readiness to compromise, tact. LET'S PLUG THE HOLE 'J'he i i r . - t fic::.-?i(n ff i.'ie l-rau°,-en-A]iirphy contest bp;;:ui at J :"0 o'clock today in the supervisors room -. i or" (.lie c o u r t h o u s e b e f o r e Hpeciu! Conunissioner ilc- ! j ) ! / - r r : i i " , ' ? p . ] V r 1 ^''·;'·?:';];/.' " / I : 1 - ' 1 " : ; ' t ^ V . ' . V I IX!!-mott. 'i'l'c f i r s t witne.-s \vr.s A. S. Clark, c o u n t y | "' ' : " " - · · L V" I a i u l i l o r , w'.o produced t h e books and record;! made B lATI-II'inMY is a new and m y ^ t e r i ' n i : ; f . o u j i d i u a ; i .j^- l i i e bi;:!,-d of .supervisors, coneerniiiir tiie count of m e t h o d of troa'im'jr.t which ha.i oc:-a;i..d a Vi.-ry ; tin! votes. I'o.-:tmaster Kotchi 1 !!, Assistant Postmaster larr ; e : i n : o u n t of :;pa"C in I b o v.ii;div;il r.nd lay pre.- 1 :. \Vil'.:or. a;id ii. A. Koch, po: t o f f i c e c l e r k , have been Mol-o in th" i: 1 ;,' t h a n the meiji-.'ai -.rr^:.:;. Li::; 1 nil me::i- ] luimmoned a;-, witnesses. \V. S. Kankiii and U. \V. Tel- N IOW YORK, Feb. 23.--The night follo'.vinjj nev.'s f r o m Copenha^ gen tiiat Lillian Lictxel--aerial jrymnasi and cpieen of the circus had been Stilled hy a fall, there was a hockey frame in Madison Square V.\N' Il.V.M.TK are the people of the circus.' Into t h a t slrony cord of brotherhood t h a t binds t h e m fast as iron, but as gentle as the falling' of a leaf, there is woven the scarlet strand of kin- s h i p -- t h e k i n s h i p of the circus." FOIl EIIGIIV.'AV I'.VnillJ, owa :,cnate recently held In the darkness quivered the presa agents, to be the B ' It is claimed that the economic losn in Iowa thru automobile-accidents amounts to S12,000,000 annually. strains of the band: "Auld J. J. .Burn.s, well known former resident, now of worked in midair while all All nd your Sync." At the last "note Ijegfan the , ,,·,,,,.,. . m ,j s t n f f o s n r e 'deafi.' d i u r n roll t h a t always m a r k e d Jliss . s])o!s , l i a y !)( , pi :lyoc i arou . is i.'Hiiatin." hi.-; l)c\ c .L ijrarji,' of .sunshine in T h i n i:; not an a t t i - m p t t hh'liwavs. T!.-! l.-n ers .-.mounted to y j i , j " l and t n o r e lor car;.e:;.-; t u i v - F r i e n d s of the pa'.ro! n'.eatr.irr: b:H':\".' it i:; v.'hat is desired in-Jo'.va th.an a s o - r a s e d sta'.': | · · · · ; - . : ! l o ' ,r, - . - , - . ". i j'.y t h e 1 K I ; V . I ' i . a r l e s S f e l r i e o f N e w York city, super- vie e x p l a i n s t h o W h i le- v e l s o," (liali'e-ri! 1 .',' :i! c ' i:'l."i). l c i : t of Hit! I ' r e: b y i c i ' i a n depai'tiucnt of o l n i i c h ' H h K - i o u , l l u i f : of what in desired in -lo-.va tb.an a so-r'V.icd stii'.o i .1-" v . - i i h be v.-i!.l:iiraw;!. A l l t b : 1 oi f e e l s o, ( U i i l . i ' e i n 1 .',' :i! e i:,l."ndci:t o! I lit! I ' r e: b y i c i ' i a n u u p a r L m c m ol c n m e n ; H h K - i o n , d u i f : of more than 100 men and an altenila.'it c-.-r'n · ' :' · p r n d u c o d bv die -!'i'o..l. c,f lie.-n, and of c : i . U L C i ' i ; : a i e.a. i ;. 1; d )a! or. I n a n i ' d d i ' c s s b o i o r e m i n i s t e r s and l a y m e n " A m o n g the peoples of the e a r t h probably a m i l i i o ' i .'r:!!:\r;; an;i'i".lly. A t l-;a":;t. : ; . . i ' . : - j ·[·[;,, p e c u l i a i ' adv::'-t:!:;e - i of i i i n ' ' ' c i - i . - y i s d i n t i f ! :! i d m M i ' o r mic!: t hcoioj.;!oal :-;cmi]K'.ry a t "'hica;vo, t h o r e i:i m u ci!:mgeles:; c o m n i i m i t y patrol measure should be p a i r e d now a-.id not !(·:·-.· · ! j , ; - , - V e i · - . !;"at l i c e ; ) i , i i i ! ' 1 i 1 . ' . ) ' : : ; . I t . i:; pro.ti-.. " ! ! . ; . ' ( ; , , , , l ; , - v . - J . I . ' . ;''te!r.!.! :-:iid t l i a t every c'i'.irch sb.ould ( j i r u wliose lives, f r o m g e n e r a t i o n the f i n e highv/ay ;;y:;U:nj of 1'ie ::t,:;'.e to be d U c o u r r , ! ·· i ! II soeni'j to be mi'.inl.y a ruc.-tion There is a m p l e money in Ihe s t a l e hr.li'vay a w i r : ' fo lake can; oC if. a n i l a ::ta'.e l i i ' - h ' v . i v c u . . v ! ; : i i ' - - ' ' n i v ]·,, i , . , ! i , - . i d t i v e i . ; '.vill be action at this session -,..;i','L'.i ,-.n die V.iil txtondins- Uu I D cent tax U o!eo;!i:t:'i;:'.rin.. To Iowa, Iilimu.-sota, \Viscon ! : ,, " ; . ,, , 1 ..,;:·!,·;· state:', tlic m e a s u r e is of the utmost im) j ;; -..: S it is to destroy in a v e r j t i e :'..io:i now g r a n t - i i to hutter. ' V: r .-; t;:l i,; :i ruv.viv t^sc.A'ered I n g r c i i i c n t in making , , . . . ; . . . ^ r . - . - i n e \v::ic!i liiuer:; from older materials in ,-".'.. L "; L ';V·.:-,;.;-t.i a yellow color to the p r o d u c t which , i V l , : ; it die a p n e a i a i i c a of b u t l e r . The present law ;'.',,, .. ;l j., ; f ,,' (ilcoi:,;ir.-;.".;ne a r l i f i c i a l l y colored to ^ ^ ,,,.,,.,, i n : i i · ' . ; . . , ,, . .v,r. Th,: p a l m oil p r o d u c t is stow a r t i f i c i a l l y ! , [V'^p: 'V;'.;; ^^'- y' ^'t,;^'"'.,,! ', ;!,; ; -',:':'ir' ,',:'' d:':- / , ' ] : , ; : : ! , ;-j\.l t l - i c i ' c J c r o is outsiile OL the l u x . ! p r o h i b i t o r y lav.', is p r o i i . ; . i " . l i ' ' . r ; ' n or f o u r u ··:· a . - : 1 -" .',"(:-... iire-t-.nt c v i i i . l s L K . n uC the b u t t e r market, :ic- . i o l a u l enforcers. They v . i i l b: place..! i ]:,:I L ::-|-.".,! I ' i i ' i l U l e I'ni.b." h e l v e . M i'e; '. r n - i e - : o. f,\ f i ( e e - n y o u r : "lit. 'lie' r e : i i : : i : n c i - oi'.'' T"d t o ('·: :T'a-;e 'm' l i e c o r : e n l . |:y V l i o t i . e u e : ; i.;:u:'.'S h i - : i l r i'i'ii,; iJ' T ,',''ii a h-"v !'.:) i . . ; , i U ' i ) p i ' i a ! . i u r i for an a i l v e r t i s i n g campaig'n and no o i l i e r p u i - p o . i t 1 . ".''In.- newL.;!a])or is by far t h e i a r . o i i n i t o ^eneratio/i, tliei-c has passed .ppcd f r o m yo s -- o r thiit ciinvasman xvlio, \vith a (.hot of your safety, made more .secure tho guy lines of y o u r rigging;, way up near the bale-ring". "Or, t h a t veteran d r i v e r of the ;:lake and chain-wagon who l i f t e d you up to his driver's .seat when you f o u g h t t h r u mud and rain down to Ihe train!) whore the raxorback, crowlriii'rin.g a wagon up tlie rain- ng. .''itn-alioii. T i ' i i · if T - , ' , u hfec an i n l V M . e d v." 1 !.-! r i n d i t l m - e }·:···- c - h i t r c i i e : ; i.mi-i. ;;o a l i . ' i r new oii;;mc:i:,. i n c . pcopie 01 : - n m e ller.li and niood, h u t , for ;;nmt I , . , . , : , , . . . ( u i-,',','. c-'..-; n ' ( l n each "'i'io o f ll'.e i o i n : , I M I ! i " . ; ' , 1 ! d i e c i l i - . ; ii re n o t !:,o::ig- i o c h u r c h a n d t h e c h u r c h u n d e f i n a l i l c , b u t t h o r o l y u n d e r die' ri:at:'(::i;iic"ciirre;ii', 'lioaf. \ v i l l bo ' :..-.'ney:it. d n o t ( i m r i t go to l i i o m . i\'ov,' m c m i i c r i ; could bu gained t h r u . ntundri!;!;! reason, a f e i t t i w s h i p al o-'!v o-i L b e i-.':in, b u t i n s i d e i n ' h o j o i n t i l i ' . r l f . T l i i . i ii; ! j . i ' i i . - J O U K i c l v o r L L i i n g . " apart f r o m t h e rest. Kven tlio dicj the scarlet t h r e a t of h i n s l i i p . People .soaked s k i d s , dropped e v e r y t h i n of die same Cod an yours, just as . ami c a r r i e d you down between th f r a i l and as h u m a n as you, j u s t the j r u n s to whore the sleeper lay. Kin- all ;:-y i M i i i s i . i v i ' t l o i\!iller c n t e r l i i i n c i l her S u n d a y school i coine frm-.i many lands, a v e r i t a b l e s h i p , alvrays k i n s h i p ; the blood- r e l a t i o n ol" t h e big-top, the never- f a i l i n g elbow touch of those in their own w o r l d - - a n island of circus folk, as it were, entirely .surrounded by i l a . . ; J o : \ v : ; i i . t ; i n j ; t o n p a l l y a t d:c home! of Mr. and E a i i i ' l of t o n g u e s . Klill does t h e red l an ocean of outsiders." .ur.-i. \ \ :.Hii,"C \ V i U i a m : - , VVi.:;t ' I ' e n t h strcei. A very .'-trmvl shov: i t s e l f in UK; s i n e w of It was in acknowle · · · · ' 1 ' I o i ; i ' · , . , 1 to n:-.-el. li!..' ;-)Cii ; '::! of U'-is new material is im. . . . ; . , . -,i , [ . ; , K not i n v o l v e itr.y chiiiige o f policy, but ' i c i . l v c r - l e n - i a i i n o s L a b l i s h c d and accepted p r i n c i p l e '.,[ ,.,)ver i v - w (:-:vei"pmcatri unfor:;:-;t:c!n w h e n the present i n - \ - - - p ; IKTS..!. T::o .same leasoning v.-hich persuaded , u-··-.':.:; to rid. ou I h e present bill applies to the new - , . l i ; V . - - a l , ami t h e r e ought to bo no hesitation about · . : ' , ' in-' 1 ,' die me".:-.:re thru this session. " "'c,'.'·!,:.:;;·-,:,ni:e ::; r. ;t b u t l e r . It saouUl ho sold for ni.'iterials I t :.: so an.l dealer, but in iliii coming two or three v.·::'.::;. Mr. L ' i i i ions i-'ii'i:;!", l l i s i t the N o r t h e r n fowa u n i t lius for :-:::-..: timo ',:".'.·· seriou.ily u n d e r m a n n e d . 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A. i e t . e , - hi'.;; b e e n r c e c i v c d f r o m I'rol'c:;- 1 "'. 1 f l r a m , f i n t . i e e ! , - o' ; i ( i . s o r i i ' . l , v:iu wan i n t h e b . o . - i i i a l a t I·.·.'.-.i ' : l v for l u b c r e u l a i ' t r o u l . l o , \ v i i i c h :;t,:it":; bo i.-; ; m - M n \ - . ; i g . I io i:; nov.' in G r . l n t e a , (Jolo., wlicr;! ho i.-i u i i i i . : , : · · ; a f i i ' l . t f u r h e a l t h i n t h a i , climate, spen.lin",- bis l i i . i o l i ' i n l i n . : , ' : i n l biiildin?,' fcnc".-;. lio says. H e i s i m pi o'.'iii'.'.' ' c . ; i ' . i ' i i ' r ; i l i l v and says he w i l l r c l ' . i r n h e r e in die n e a r f a t a r : ; . Who's Who and I srnely Views l ! S O J ) R K H l K ' T f O N S 0!-' COrVlASODn'Y PRICKS | | ( ' h a j r a i a n , I'rdcri'.I J-'arm Iluard. !c-J| I.I:|:;:«' '.·-,::; l ] f r n in l,i.''i. U,' i . i i n . ' . l I I ; . ' M . 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A f t e r - coii.si'ltTabli: j.':'--" P i ; : , ' i,-, ( ; o \ v i n ' ; h::d \von him over to t h e ^ . r eilov/ship ci . A J^u'ly I ^ M i i C t i FditUif! 1 I ' i ' t . O r c T ' l i i d i l V . ' i t l l i : . ( l ' i ' r ! - . V , M I . I i ' j O l i i d ' c - h o s i i i ' rji: 1 ::-'.. /! be i] t \\' n wa r d , J .'"irily (ioprc.^sing his- own market £;·; i:o;ii'.' p r e d i c t i n g ^ i i n i i in regulating p r o d u c t i o n so that |;| d i a l |iricr;s g e n - ! he m i i y produce that q t i n n t i t y anc t?, ·i"ff^ o r a l l y w i l l go ; | i i a l i l y of any p r o d u c t for whicJ rj;.f ":,~, ilo'.vn to t h e p r o - i I here is a potential Imyinff demand ' W l Ho I ' r o m )\i e. ::. w i ' i t . i t U ' - in w h i c h -Mr. e -' :/" i-,i: :| war J c v e l or' H o l h of those result.s are possible o) fty -!;- i' i i V - i i ' o f s i o i ' k " a i i d pay for it \t " '~ ··'·; "';:.'·'".*? i o \ v c r - . i .'u'comphsbmont by an organizec j/.JJj ,v",;,',"-,! , ' i . 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' . u ! l o p ; i \ ' h i m , v.'Vvo- e . i , - i ! i ; o v i n : : : i l e d s u i t a i ; : i ; ; i . ; t . M«'. H o d d . r d i n a r y Imsin.'ss ' l l l t ; i m ^ e k i n g t h o r n in u r g i n g farm · " c 1 c'. KusineM.s ' !t ' K '" org;inixe, b u t how could tin i ' - o i f s t i o n - ' l i i p , h n t l i i I"''v.'ile t r a i l e r hope to exercise an; y « y .-, f i n a u r i a'l f i n d ! r '- a l m f l u o r i c e on tho | m i n t i t y o " ; .i : ' ' · " ' ' ·;;! c o m m e r c i a l , v.vre j f i " ' i ' ' i y of UK; c o m m o d i t y producei l.-\ -'% ,·'·';';! (,,1'n up ; i nd do::-'" 1 ' li:r l i m « it was o f f e r e d for mar !! : ;- .j': : -_!i'::^ i m y c d ."Jl n r . ! i n ' M i c ' l . l i e m u s t t a k o what is offerei !'.'.( d i e w o r l d bv die 1 b i m \ v b e n il is o f f e r e d and do thi , , . , r , , , . ' . 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W i t h Ml ·: nf t ' e r i : u ! |!ie c - . . n i . r i l . , ! : iu:'..i m ; t , i ' ' : b y d i - - . - : . !'. .: ll : · · ; : : ".': ! . i ' I ' ! · : · ' ' " t i U ' i y ' i l ' V ; ] ;:·.'.' j. i'-cr,:.. 1 .!-.)!" :i;i I ' / r i t ir.:i v.'onid i'e ii. m i g h t ( V . n I e i l l i e e it f ' ' lov.'t ! , : · . : t : ,,!! 1:1 ! i e : ' . i " . : a . . i i a : I v v a n , , ;t · ;; · , : ! i - i t i ' . a i . ' , :;;/. u l i u r . . l ' M u : - : ' l 10:1 b. :' ·:· di;;:: :::iv i ... i i : t o:'.! ' : V i m ; . : i . . n li-.i; |,o:i-- Io t h r . at l e t - m a t h of ; t h r u p r o ] e r r r j j u l a t i o i i as to wha i;;i i t t . c !_··!.'.-il.vt i J t - ' t u r i ' t . ' i . ' i c f : fh.-:l hr:. 1 ; ! ho proiiuces and lirnv it is dispose' ',;·',. i ! . . , : , . n i ; i y ! ;,!,,..r :',:c:i place. ; of. 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