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roum THE DAILY NEWS, FREDERICS, MD., SATUEDAY, MAY 14, 1932. THE DAiM HEWS. AS OC3KPBSOE3*T NEWSPAPER. PsS2S*bed every «!tersooa ««*!* 6ts4»J *! TS» News-Post EcJtUaC. Court otrert. Frederick, aurrlxat!. fry THB CSET sotrrsEEi* psisnso AKD co. THE INQUIRING REPORTER Aits Five Person: * Question MOTHER NATURE'S CURIO SHOP SATURDAY CHAT CAN i T OU BEAT IT By Ketten : or ASSOCIATES puss. The Question. Whit co cu thine ?f th» c.aax.-'r , . . ' tia: a be.ng ra."d fcr H..-C vr-.-.scn; t£Scd to it* «· for pgWiBtm d an o*w» ps^al'-.es for Jccnapp^u: ilsjMtches CMCteS to tt r~ sot ots«rwi»« The Answers 5.-tl:tefi to tta^p*per »3d *^e «» *oe»i DK A ALSTIN PEAP.RE 1 t.ilni ie»» p^blisid fctrtin. .jjgy jjje^vj ^ £3 ttnns":. as pos- SO COMMTSICATIOH ct »37 «crt «s «·- _ _?!** ifRS WTLLJAM M STORM ' I think wt* sh^xiic i. :r-« so e to *f*0 n tccit are to be str.c'Iy enfcr^c-d J tii.iii. fear Us* ««u- n e arr -. . ix a!x Jt »:: la»s" CT tie cptaica MRS gj^j v iiAPliS I GJU t exssr ~ 5Kl ' ' trink arv rr.a'/v can fc* to" vron« PSEE KOTICES ct iaj Kri p»rukia« e: I til-r... »· ... -.a .:,.!- iro-r. ir..- tt« 2»tar» tf »S«rilcs* zss'. b« wnj:*3 fx-m j. if -iws and 'hat U* f« e*ra. s;£ fc* lakea S» w^pScse. , , .'""."'". °TM cr sprues C30= »sj terse will C« paBtt»hr! c^lesi «ccoa:p»=;ea sj lie re»J =ua« ct tie witter. Ti» ··»« »1B oct M pofr- *t:es«J ce -n:po A erf-- to AST fSROSEOCS t^« *tKs^cs cr i-- s rditcr =500 ROBERT \V KEY V: C JiOYAI THS GIKL BOCT TOWN C-u-i \-r.g a. ·seek cf rain aad iase th" news a men all the ·aorlc | :«^r«; tw ht-^r -- that, the baoy L-nd- i t»-~g:. ; A-- dead' Ace IYSX appropriate , ,.~v .f .: ._4d to ix, -be CLscovery oc- ' (...rrcd oa a t-^ii: ti«;. Ahen the tor- " ."'·:.'.% tf ::«·»·.·-:: sere released, and rain I' .. j£. i ce;'jl2tt ve*p^^ earth' How · I..^'.T. ir.cre merciful thac oa a d*y of ' c-d-n? jur'^gnt -ih^ii the suchii:e ·..o-- a -·!«.? !-' -.. !il-ca -*itn irony «5 -t ^ --^ · a -is i rersiaioer of £:* Iiule j I ;.". i -r:._:'-' Sad ai »as me trag- j i-j !^r *^ pc---" v * tether pareiil! or 1 : r O-^rlej a^i Aar.e Laidbe.-*" . he na · e £:-^- ". :i toe he^hts of f arse , :.^ : ' A ___ L:.--A -..'je d^ptria of grjtf ^ ..','.- l'±'..f ·'.'-_- lc:.g lost, murdered 'iiC-. a:r..^ ii!:..s.u aiid llo-iTs uoulc Cewmhl. MB.br WoriCreatcre Serrte* ^ _ -la :.,t ha-.' 1 aecreed mat! -f- IT * d:_d ijrjs ioetted by for.d par- uecsd cU» wi'hcx.'. a s'-w MAY :. I9K PAINSO//S Do NO; A_VWfyS- OCC THtY \\iiV 1 % \ V 5 THE BILL? is p-it t?-r^;.-. r thf irtrdrrf of congress cr ctn-r ?-?:i't-.e b-d ·ah-rc Js the ntcney ccm.:ie fr^nt" Tne rasy .des ha? ~rf.a;l»c jir.oDg A _,^ many. tr-a. · r.'.y prjp^rty o«i.c^ and M _ a E prow cf ierir.g Gfc:,-" c -t B.t ai _ O: "* respects real «!-·..e t.«\e~ J a land- " o ',, n lords taxes double ne r\pects to raise '·_-- hya fair, he a «ii.i.ed to do » '"'^ ;-' It is frcq-eri'Iy iaid at \V_s:.,ngt, that the inccrr.t- taxpayers ».ll ti£e ·,,- ····-3^ care of b.g arprcpr.aticn.- In so far as "·»-·'· c^. the people v .-.; -\v. :ars- .ncon-.e t,iv-j ' '^'"^ e , ire S3-, .nc still rr. -re ni^ney in times Lke these they car. afford to pay imrr. Daily Lesson In English tD JTS TVVO SAJL?) ---- DlSCCWERED WEUD THt ^HEUL ON. D. FOUQMILES ftxs HOUR/ ::c:t: i.^h 5ch«oi and college in June. ! :-·-, t.-.-'r: V-:^re U.e.'i iome of the com- ( :: -wnies.t t-.er.ta »iil be beid. The! Mar. lar.d Stit« School for the Deaf { A.U ra-.e -ts expresses May 26 at the j s-r.'y. and at the rYedericlc City Hoe- j !/ u.; Thursday afternoon the largest, jr^d\itj:s c^ass In the history of the i 1 c»p:ta. recp\ed 2.pli-a^5. Bos and | K :~ of -:v Frederick High School gave i a. itlf-r.c.d t:iOra! i--s-i\a: Friday njshtj as the annual r-.UA.cai production, and ] Vi-, · and g.rls wno onoe were at the. '...;'.. ^":.'X1 b'-t KOW are al'jmn: are · -rr^:.a.:.g ti.t.r ^:i:"ia. bacquel for ' J .:. IV 'l::s Krvderitk County Board' · ' tGs.ca 1 on :;rec'!n5 both scholaitic j ai ·-·..· ,-s a;:d the :.;ia:ic^I stracuire for ic_::ity ecurat.on. has presented :w ai.nua: budget -o the County Comm.s- t.~ri"r» Thp appropriation asked for :.·,,·.·.· ;. ^.=r tc^-.g SL'J 742. v.hich the cr^ri.^i.^Ve:; r^£U * IN NEW YORK ! SEDE GLANCES .:!.(.,,£·· :n the: itoav. they -A.U incor- · ^~ ""·" ~ -- By George Clark rr.-- .ij'o a county btidgtt snial.er ·. fcr.-r.er jear» M - us .ourneyed to the ..·-.·'!;· n M^n-.cr.?! st But there a ar.ot=-r S Wp of th. 4 t p:c- TodaV 111 HlStOrV aL*^:^-,^. I ,',.£ V" ture. n?t so pleasant ' " " i -- , Bath. After Ten Years i New York, May !·! --Several htin- Misortic dred thousand good hoj5eif.ea from lexandr-i. Eiisx!o. IO-A.I. Xansis Idaho and 'xayl ^: . !"arciicd i;i A err. .ng ra^j on -states ha\e ^^.te-i tne Woolvrortri oj^ld- ' 'nn.r.-,djy bjt probibly felt that tlie -?-S '*ithoat c^niplaintr.s: aootit its it^te · j-.ci-. r. -»\- tr.p -Jii Aort-.-'hJe Eflor.6 are be-|°' cleanliness Yet until tnis ntc-ment. j n-.ai" to ur.pro-.e Freder.ck c . t y a j - " - Woolwortn b^iictn^ has gone t i n - j a^uj! bathed--for ten years, co-ant "em ten! i Sicllsh Vtopiaii, H irn- icc hus^ as one lady re.iia.rkpa But it is tough on 'he worthy fo.k 1 - thus -r !7 IS'S iricb.alcd ;'.»·, c- !orn j -A Y-r^ Au- Sioney f--r p«r.-o*ial serv'ce K^usc- 16E6--Gabr*l D Fahr* r.hi:' l'..e Gcr- staids c!«ti"*tirs. valet*, and other at- m an ph-.^lciss -Ah dt".iKs! 'h« ther-j tendants m-nist^r to their ever;, fancj. mwxrvr. t ::-. D.od fc-p-^rixr 16 If their income tax is daubiec they can 1T7 i_ Rnbcr _ O . ACS , save the rr.cnc-v oy discharging ser- Seci'!_s- a--.A ; -, vants Perhaps some of them -A!!! be glad to quit k^eptne a smants b.^rd- ^^1^^''^ Gcrrj-.ar.-Anser.c.m 1 (nusi 12 19CO 1852--Alton B Parser. Democratic for Prc«idctit in 1904asajut t tv.-:: .1: C--r!lnr.ci. N Y.' cents they are runmnc They natural-' Dice n; NV.i YO.-K C:f. Ma-, !o :9.'G ' Iy in t^nes Uke these would 'ise sa-. - . :S53---Ha'.I Cjai^ f.imoiis Erse! sh no-.-, ings to pay of. dfbts. If their enter- ' " l -" "^ D - rd A-^^' 3! !P^! ; prises are absolutely secure, they should ' Todaj In History. ' be giad to help the country by paing 1787--The Conssif.stion drawn up a- ' higher taxes. But if not so secure. Phllade!p«.a ' the solvency of these concerns inav b? · 1804 - H -' ! '- 1 -^' Left is .-.no C-A.-K,- e x - I . " , pec. u m ."a-ttxi f-oir. S' Lous '^r t h e ' irapairec, tney may ha%e to stop, and j pa-in,. their employes may Jose the.r jobs i | Thu r heavy taxation spread like a | Toda\ boot-! bo-r: at Anchors Aweigh · n :;.. iuo;:!\ bv ^'.^tematized dairy farm ,.nip'-c:.ots. 'he Frederick Playground , Co.'.iris^io:; met to consicer the open, ir.g of puo!!~ !· a;Grounds, ioca! per- Bathing a CO-stsrj sir.-scraper ·-ih.ih. ' atil t;:e Emoire State can? along en- ! .~ctis acre prejt.y p!casrtl to learn that ! °i e;i e easinenc? of bein Or these wealth--- people ma\ !ea\:ly in debt in the business con- fc--c of plague, and :nf?cts and para- Br! ' c ~ Ro:;c "' ; ^^^-itcd do^.^n.-r o f ; Jyzes the whole community. The fam- ( years ao today income declines lias to cut Its i B C FVrbes bu The gtn ernujcnt must do the, ~^'"~ ^rr- -n S Kam». or our people will be sorr;. todiv lly costs L,ifa%''-tc. Ir.d . tJ ; i 5U:c.^ wr.ter a:ic p:ib- W.and ,"_' \e?r* .leu Jii'.ian Ettj.ee no;ed female .niricr- ' senator bom .n B.\ston, 49 \ ear? a;o \ todav " j Wilf-c.d R-biron Wester:; re.- or '· bom at Mikandi. I'.;. ('·'. · . \a ~ 0 --e Artz liLgaron had resulted favor- · to*='s tallest and ciost visited gjir.t. i ably f-r :he bequest for the C. Burr j ^quires a nujnth's tirce snd a cre-A of Art/ horary for t!i^ city, some of the j w"^«rs xho could qualify as circus j , rr"c o -it.k county cann^ig factories 'Alii Ptrfomteri i.ot open this Summer it ·aas an-' f* 5 '* °- :he hc^e.-t\?s -.vho liaie j imunced. fanners I'.a-.o oeen bene- j toured to the -urret ;-, -akc a peep a t ' j-.f-d to .1 considerable extent by thr Manhattan -.\asn S SCO -vmiora^ .a a j four da» of rain, and Hood College' l^*time Yet tr.is is one of the rr_nor ; !i-'n r.s annul! .May Fete today, a de- ; :asis lace - b A : "~ J«=es. cr.iet ;an- i , liCiitfu! n-.cnt. large:;.- attended and! : -°- j mir- 1 pa.^.:!i? than c-or Rain--pol.tics--! -- -r -s- bus'-e.'---c'-ial acti-.ities corned} Like j j r o?.n little Jjhnn:- .xho tragc-lv ' Cii.ofJus'.ce Hugnes expressed | k3ies a sa.oe £t rus neci TMth s. ca^e · .t «oc,'.rr.,r-:\ v.hen he taid "These art. ' °' ^° 3 ? an:1 c3L -- - :: 3 ^i;.. the "A'col- ! I n r . v-i... cr;t.cal da-.^ but thev a r e ! A o r l n 5}J '- i= -"S* "oa'h ,.as more 1 ·th vhile » live r ' r !ss :orc '" u -" on -' In tn^- be^tnn^ij. it .iaa bec-n cecicied · -MARY ESTHER ·'°" :: '' to v " asa ": ~ e coni? Once l-~_s -A as · _ ' j achieved the rest ct t.is 60 fliars .ook- ; · ·-'d positively unc.ein ' W .1 ·aasn .t do'A'n '.3 tne 50tn floor." | someone stigWitea "."·? ent_re buJ-ci^:? · · 5:aS turned oj.t BJ: this l.;k-and-1 a promise ba'h rr.ade it locked funnier ! If I uere ";n years ola today r ihan exer. ' I J d; :'r.^ b^t .t cu' to play. i So it's a!! o..r no,\. and Mons Ar- ! t .t i j - c-jcn czj^ :v.«" soiw bsfire th-ir James can sleep ;n pea^e Mean- ; I m ,n 'n; tl-.rc-?? of many a chore ! ·ahile statist.^ ih?^ that sr.ersl dsz- ; , -en the jsar-d cakes s^oap v.ere used. ' Yc«.ii i.ju no notion of the .:·:· ' w si " tiot.iir,; of or^shes worn out. ' thi- liancs the ?.-.era;r3 g.ri or boy srrapers c*r.Ki and tons of sand ap- a c:ri'-. .~i_.n-o "o run and play p.ie3 ] and sr» nev p".e-t?ure ony by day A -- o: *~~a tntrzs .a-C end to enc. ' rr..5lit to-ser as .-_;.-, as tlie aj-lciTig Luf s Stuff "You gotta know human nature. Since I made those bull's-eyes so big that jic of the years . i: .;" tur. a busy program ' Sequel A depreis:cr. furr.ij.-.e^ t for facln? facts sqjare"\ -- Mrs Hean W W:-t;cr S-a-c S-tcKt Cj-- .-..^.:. rr -.rr-i; r.x^ cerr.'-'nstrated that I -«,- . ^* Sears ?;.^ its sa.a ne --Senator -^r to c^ A w Norr.5 i Horoscope which \\.\l tr-, ;n cirry out , _'i.v i:., sp.tc of opp/w.-on Ti._-- i; TV-;.. .: r , c t ' carried too far. but in th« na it i , .eacr- to danzcro a p^iiuoris ar.c may ,-1- ,» s , . t - ~" Xr, catte ci'air:-% T!.c :-.ch-r i!:e p,t-i- - d,. t « n ;!-.- ar.vttv - ..: bs- the '. c Do A : : ' v i- ,. - - - . ^ ',:.,";;^rr.'V.^.n-'l-ob t'.iou'Tt'! PLAN FOR CLIMSCS :irpress^r. ' "",».,,-, f r - Mnni;"-.-r«~r ,-unt* ! N a m i n - r. -- N A LUFBL'RROW ' No^ it's Earl Carroll's turn to laugh: j In oar last chaotir of the Carroll- ' ' you can't miss them, my business has donbled." , Zierfelcj t-lt ^i cnarge . I o: the old Carroll thsator v.-hile Earl. I HEALTH By DR. MORRIS FISHBED*, , . . . . _ . . , - . . , , , . -- · ~ . , , j i x,fncr -,·· i-= f=-~»- .-,-, -..,-.._,- i El-:or. Jocrsal o: American Medical 1 ' - · ' - o ,- L A . t a^r: i r-»r K se.wl in rr.onuig an3! °--S a- --* *-*- --*-- an^ s..?j. = , Sac . a . i03 ,,,. 0 . H , ^ Hea - tb i - .i" -. --^1.1 D- r i . \. : T r»- E.\.-- S^.or S:'rip.go .-L :oo: in after- ' '*orrr. von c--se= t-« cay -Anen .-.is pet siagaz'.ae- A QLJK ^ ;ulc becom« ! G'.e--. Echo-Cao.il John ' Broad-vraj r r » .1. s.h 11 tie rr.orctr.g May 25. Ga.th- , Casino 1 tr* 4 . . · ' .n !.i^rn.r.e: ana school ^' J: : ' ~. f i n -.-. -,,_. ;n a ; orn^o.i. Mav 31. "^ bu_t r.ij E..tt;r_r.; ?.:: '· --~a. Diniosciis scr.v-^1 in nicming and! -i§^tj on tne marot.-ee and " 1 ir. afternoon J i C"ark«c,ir i Poor Jaw Development. | tltit -\..rn Car- Recently English physicians are oe- ( j s.-.o^-tjla-e. lie i -j-_ 5 agitated by a d-sctiision of the cf- I r.;_sar.= ;^dgets. i f ects c - tt, e English lace of breatxi r.g! t.ie neon thro-j-h the mouth. For years ace- i scattered noids have been remored beca*J£e they [ about the theater's tntonor. ROMANCE OF CLOCK CAUGHT WELL IX RUSSIAN'S BOOK i T\venty Years Ago Today In Frederick m o e m r- ^r.jr (I.;a: I'ems fro-- the Columns Of T.ie Ssrr.Ci of rial -ar a-? scr.nr^nc A DELEGATION" T-sie a ····- s"- .1 before the M.v, -- ana A:i"-rr..:. ^i.r; 'ha' .-top.- b-- · - , : · ..''- '.? c*'s^ .. c rn a* lr=.\.jh in n M f. '' '- "l. ' c i a: ···-;: ^". interfere with proper breathing through j and} Neo:is are ^ore t.ian passuirly ex( t h e nose ^Q because they are asso- ! For :he :atallstic--those qoaiing :z~ .-"' : .n a. «rrcon J-:re S ?css-.f Z:^:f;.d »;:^ in possession - C13 ted with oteer infections i mortals wno never crawl into a Pull.-",! .-i T.O~ r.sj and Ba--.esvj. e '«=tez tne lights cnang;o Arr.ong Among the charges particular!" made' man berta 1s::nou " '"-e -sar of a train . -r. . - ' : :h * s: ? =s :r a: "- rt "- -·-"'-"- ^ 35 ~~-- C " ;1C - s^aoist the adenoids is the charee that · ^ec'^ just outside of Alsany or Troy-- · ·!· r.c i i-.-- -.': oecin -: 23 i --Z ''·'-- ° :d Carroll 'Xos- tnat "Tl-.rou;li ~_~ s: - ^^ assoc-^ied ~.th deformity of : " ere ^ a ^^^ "-° fce reccainended. I: -~-.a t.-.v" c. -ne afternoon at, :;i5se portals pass tl-.e most bea.itir.il t : ;e " j 2ce v^o^n 35 "adenoid face." In " "What T-one Is It?" by the young Masons Dedicate Memorial As Hoovers Look On an expert to ^.^.^r.ate th changing trie -.arto^s £.zn^ \ Tr.e sstjr.2-e ----;-.? t j s; no-R' ·s.'ho -s j-is---?^ °- -.elcncd. the teeth irreguiar upper teeth protruding, the ..*.z .. --". boot, fr-r t r been c -- r. br-?^ r.~ n ^ - «-.-.;c »~ h" Flapper Fanny Savs -- DSVOCH».T:C c\vcvs IN BM^T:- MOHE-.c.---v; En-r L. C · . .-_- - t' · ,,. ^ i- ^.·^^·*t?^, v : ,- t ^W-\ ,,·* ffff^^A p ^ ? -- r*- -*$** '· * . * ·* %-,-x -* » * · - * ** » f -; A **?' *- 3t * v_ v- -f fe ·«**»· ^i' *i Russian has COT- Arc 'cpen and the" expression vacant. As a! ^^^ i: "e ^o^-^-^e t\ the clock from the :~s~-r . r «ut of constant breatacig througii' relatively unpcrta:.- -atcii of the ex~ ' the mouth the palate is hish and the' P ress tra:n engineer back to Brother 1-c--er ja'v po-orly ds-.eloped. " I A'ugus:.JJ's unreliable Psalter. s ' ^ ' t c -- c :o--to -ccalls . Ko^ Dr. T. 3. Layton argues that T: ' 2e book's rezssTinng inesssse surely to adir.oids ^"ould ^.ut the rr.ost; popeyed passenger Aw G'wan! Joe Fru;-3. time ^'-"cn re trunti ri^nso.t m th^ tvp? cf face -s not i |r;n-.er As a p^ol.cif. gas. tne the- or rroi.t.i breathing, out must be tne to sleep tn serene ccnScJince. What in- '· ater in w.t.c.i -ie -sas to apoe.^r ne.-d a result of some other forces Trtiicc have eSa i!^ sclacc to fcr.o^- that Brother i contest Antite ^-^ r,ere to ci'.e an _nt.- gradually tendcc to prootice tne A ---s'-r- '^TiS net th: -rc.r. dispatcher! ta'irn of the --irr.--o.3l-s Fnsco. The aptei~ance in tee English sp^c.-:^ Brother Augiistin told the time by ·R^-.rer isa^ .c g · ^rr.e 5^a"? and a curr. Tne famc-s British anto- c.ogts-. Jrs ^ C - J- bo °^ °' psalms During the of rn^ney J:is- for :^r. Fr_?'-o ;-o:=ed s.r Artittir Keith, has suggej t.iat it s; - u Batches of t.ie nignt, good old the contest ur-icr an alias ne -arae niav ce associated -mth sot dletarr J A-r-istm read his PssJ-^r unffl be out sixth' s f ai; -.. cr ge-;.-,-,^ j^^ j,-j e Xe-.cr-' Cached the »-orcls- -To the leader of ! What. yo'. -o .-.^-c tne «»--.c ,-'ory ti-.c.ess many British pn? /jLns are -^ e c -'"»o ra s cf Id.fnrr.ov. Psalm of 1 aboat C.-tarlrf C.-ar .r con-.iroed *T: -h" contiit.^n -s vrio;:-, Asaphs " Thereuscn he would clash to i A:: r-s.it. -:r. t C'..r-e :" Ne :.-.er c-;_ c ;o -r.yrn br»^th,r.g and to fa....rc , lh f J«^-T and set up a. dia with the *- J ' :o 5^--re rrcper ciosme of tne -^Tic oel1 :o ' ara = :s "P i-te brothers for mom- - - a^.c :n£t ; x :=* service And at t.-.- :-..T-.or^ ......o._;n T:.'r-- f - - rr^ to o? no question t at Bother Atseus;^-.. hoTe-.3r. was not »ing -cr. h?r, -.rvs c.- a =r.. - :.- i -- - c .- n .-.j,,. -,3^O bs'rt:ct-cr. t.,ir- a '*«5e*-"cr free fr;m s_-h sins of the i tied a S:v.-i n-oi.---- "rap ' I- r-:- .-- ^--j. ^ -._- - r . firf .^. c __n _.. flesn as o-,creating and overdnniang turns tnc c-.-'^ ^..*r :.-*.-: -r.--« r.as --crntal :;rc- l s-th of '.,e face and .37^;. Ox^f-.3^al^7 he -a-cu'.d nod over his :xr. ca- r--. _ . _ _ , _ _ . Motfr- breathtTK: .r-terferes T.th n,r- ; ^° a - d :hs «"-^ wo-jld '=e fc:ga in the ^--»--·· * 5^ \N .^.j- cr;e .__..,_ o; - .-^^ A p erso ,. ca ,,_ sk.^ ere the cratior^ a'akansd. i^" c.i-£"^ and crea ne at- t.te same ~- -^ -**^~ s "K-e^ At^?u;t_n'o perusals 1-c e-a.:cr 01 ;nc MCCICA! Prss* ar^ OJ " e °' '" : JS-lioar Ne-- Yors-Chicaso »*" ^-- ^. .« _ - . - -j . , . five" TjiT-i-- - ^ a - *^"^.- *, ' -,"** fc , cation po-nts out Sai the so-called ' "P-T : ° Ja " *-"-« ~-5st oesslnistic Pan""" "h5"h-- ' fao/- j character-.-tic ol =:ar - yakerjlr.ess" _ j ~-5..v B-.ti.-i-.-rj, b_' js r,as=rJ unno- M ILns boos .n -srich the story of "" t.cea o-. re r.at.-.e pcpjls- ^r Ati;ustin is one of ·. hur.dred romantic - c , He -s ··'»".-«'= .rji- 1-..S ce.cct.ve f_ t: " s **cr.es on time-^llinc, -srrote his ;_ ce--e:op~ 5 r.- is d .e -o .nsc^c^a-e eter- - tXa - ' sr K^^s-an vouch, factory woriers .-_«c ^f · v eLrrs ^. ch;3-.ns c^nse- a3d Peasants Bui t: ^ a book n trhich ;.. C-"rt :r. t.-.e .-ct--.eas ct BniAi cereal, ^^ts can find p:easac:t recreaKca- c.ets The 3r.-_-h diet he asserts. The CBI Brforc The Jnrctjcn. J ^- "c -· ^~-^ \ -- And tr." ---- .-.- .-.. : a ilc-r. .--a tr.e M?,v- --*-"··= -- --- : -. 0 v --. . ire ^ - -. - ' ar - c =s "-* : ^ C -^«J to p'^ce the olacte "".-:" v^-;'..; -: cv?.. .-^ : " r TrJ ^'-^"^^ adenoid face on the .. - . 0 \ . \.-- "^".1_" r "" "-' ' !!e -" *? '"~ rr.e acer.o.cis \V. ..- - . -f- -:. me book ^ pjb^shed SJT J 3 pineott Co. Frec- Sticklers Bible Thoucrht £ TOB11.5 S3EA13Y *.*c ^-..a tes trr^.e to set me i-« -_· . -.t.- .-.A c-.:i." ao ID\»C tl"e church, ar.z. gave -r.:- src.- -3 h_ck i.id rank. . hinself : r it --Ephes^ns 5 2 5 H-- - - · = · t-, .--n. oercT.^: '* IT »he cut bof-'-r'' "he .'ur.·* or:, -'here' * * * -~,p -i ^rr j God crern^es all mt.t.no.a accid-ats. ·'-·" -; :;-i.v j b~r.C? 'hem under H-s ii^s of fate. PBDE//ATDPT8 L'iJTig tfce abo\e 12 le!^r see B yoa can make ».·! tc«r tKree-ietier ^wds that pd the same back-ward arai for- vard. r ijr\:\jrs --FOLC-ER ; and nvikcs them all servicesijse to His · 'purpose.--Marcus Antoninus. ' 4J be louai oa las, page.

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