Personal Correspondence - Thomas E. Will. Jan. 1, 1934 - Jan. 25, 1936

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Personal Correspondence - Thomas E. Will. Jan. 1, 1934 - Jan. 25, 1936
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Everglades (Fla.)
Okeechobee, Lake (Fla.)
Okeelanta (Fla.)

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-.u home from D.C. Somec z goi And m3y -stop -of -n.. hour oP r' ir-Ho f 1k..-;
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barring the sordid or flip .t I a an 1g fellobrwi.4Aout. O all, ua th -:
s weB learn that I'M A D RY iv spite of what the whisky' g :i ct~de : ;:a.s S
(That.'s wandering, i little.)
n I wa lightly Pl ed to to ts MoJnitor rnotably- THAT SPSCIAL. NU ,. -'
I've saved. th;nt,Acd the other to *?i-re7 destr( Wy4 a ~ S. epoir in q"y life
that I an. raewll. Ilae big. stbog right here now, Pi7i them. up .o n.station. ,
0sou t m e ti's.
I o oyed -'ot' 'single- kciiai st or. u.e was a seigle taxer when I
s with him. I re:d "Progress and ,'vertyg i lSR4,ind got ay first ea+ oco *:.-.'....
ment sp. ..ch out of it for Jme,1i8i5. 'T1b Distributionl. of Wea-,th, EBtd di. -
- tributtio ofwea~lth caused by L"." ZPoLY- AKD.
Tha. GIA2IT icsueeoonomiinc4lly1, adR Lically,right eowthe OGHRSO CAUS'
of the "Depres ionW ( aoftlitjtli a ).is rotten iistrinutioa of Wealth.* :.'
Goods now Miore thLo ever are madi.TO Si ELL. ThaorS wh htat enoug to BUY riBO UT.:
4.L the go'dsdon't wart them. T1~t a who. would DZOUR AZ~.SHS. a UPLU .S AN "E
SOR MOR E can't pay for even a little. iHece there is 'ab ut handful -ho bot
want and can pay, HeOncepeople d' oot dare to PROfDUiG--whfih is the GRIEAi
'. CONORIC I-OUITIR';Ti2T, And our "stteBmsea are to so -ISAEJ- thatinatead of ,;'
!-trying to got the .SUPPLUS" into h. bnds .QUof tlii. mill-ons who cannot pay,
PLOW IT UNDER, and laire farmer N TO o PRODUCE4. There are- aner mn t Lhi. that '
i" crazy houses.' .1.
S 1ow get the buying. power awvay foam the HOGS who have. GRAJL,;l.lD ITad 'WOT, ."I,
SSi'.3PD If T 0r: GOOiS.3 One chief j i. by TAXATI-ON. TAX IT A AAYand tahe,if -.
;apitalit as won't hire- thle un9lpt 0ye'ithe U .. Q GO VWR1VIWiT OSUOUI'DO. IT. It's .
,lna carr.ag out part of la old,"0L. prgrEam. But it mighty weak on~ the TA ':j
'T-IRICBAK ideE..+ afraid to do hdo.e leA. E THIG. = Gl.p.d to -stLe they .are goleg to. .'
plug up the holes in the i-nBaBe t.-* law that let LUtpI-mILIOIAI70 S psay NO.
lICOIS YAX' A'T LJALI The Conugreiaf*srf who made that law should be put on the
carpet along with the aimill iiir. tax-dodgers.
SI know it's iao to ay.- Ges re. Uio. 'Then everything wll be all right, I
3utJreligion 17U1ST 3-'2APfilPJtj if 4Vit w6rtb'-ptanding ro om Religion thr.t doe-
n toltry to make T HIX.S-W5i a 2HjA is poor stuf And it wonft be a heat
Sea. sO long as daiBtswtioua a m Bt,. age4 On the basis f the h~g on,iwh.r thi :;:
SO3r-,Io BRUTES eatla ,till i and. the srawl into th- .trough. And oeoo g -. thing ,;
hbat- hurts and -mia0ke r*4ign a byaw afY with aany is that these v-rVE UILLIOH-
AIliz TAX-DDDG)ERS in.:a qaB- CEUR -)M&ESMBbERSa.nd church offis-olwIdors. Ta .
ought to attend a .- S-iii a gae 4 itf you wast to hear that put onto the .''

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go ard nd.to reply, as quicky 'S'uso
in U6i'ood health never Ir ..wattt 0 ioay-4
thug:no aoacti. e adsong as.,1hv en,:Iamaw7s
Zzi1,.y!:e6pitigbuiy with' books.and wrifig*d hta J*""T
10:nthe past, but never.. Poseh "y
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onaineda &'testimony, from Ro '1-41 1 thouh 'd-
it. 'Pont fourclor five :weeks LhJ
inBerkeley not long tgo; I. op, ay ', 0ngtl6
de~ar people.. nq was away iin ;:'T #).* igacus'inBg
okin which he is engaged. He t oo Maaioiai
other writting from which he ean _-a oma h
writes aoetig for the Monior' 0o 8161n
lioations, HAe-:has a re &lar sarom o 'au gn'
Bay district and isalways verabuei Jesehdm o.
while he was-awayiso .1 tol hv
was absent, Jessie and Ro y inviteOdo6:f lsR '1-
spend Christmas witb them., They-hav soa oo
.them all for several days They all were~hr:,eop Ma h"
in San. Dieuo R omia and her.,new.Mollieb:Le
Raymndhe as been:,in Berkeley for av
ivetality when-not.,working at, s ometling& -m0sq "n!
-pne.I may have written 70ou some0 of this bef ore ta0
-letters JI sometimes for et. Told you was lately married ip 0u orma B3611 She.At.
hLsband some six or eight years' ago an has just marriedaV $O
_rham of Santa: Cruz, a lawyer hee" r h me it.y tap
they are not together all the tim ha has bii ine s s
ndshe is finihn he teh i- e, so
a~~~1 lovel aityhm threanoi
nheiahbeier go gier ubp Se 11so
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l ovely youtlie-hm no.re 1t o hb ayigfr 0
put naual o oe~r do h.v *yo.i
sonehd bettud er mo ieu 1nd Poe, 1
el and Johl owesdherahusbazd
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Uy dear Hetties
Just/took my "war letter oey" down to ,4-il yousand picked upypour letiT
of 1--29.
Have been kicking myself for not yet a sg. picture and other matter.
Yes,the picture is fime. It stands in Lawprece's part of thehouse. They
like it too.
Ye,1 rea4 Riy's story. It's good. Coanatullations om h is writing nd his
e xerieane which is best of all.
ighty sorr% to keow that betty hss lop other aeroplane. She must be lost
witjout it. I h.d hoped that emong that ifad of people she might bet help,
watched the LiiHerald for her at thp rqcDt Air IMeet therebut eaw aethitng
Afraid I've lost her new same.
That'round-up you all had Xmas, was finfjAah I aight have be-a there, I.
told the ppl.hqre at dinnerand they talkedi&f h1iw mice it would be if we all
could tak a car ride to Calif. Anne has z'L,.ti.ves inLos A.geloe,too,ahe
say,. it it's quite a drive. ; ;
Your idea of taking the air is fin. I', r thLft kind of thing. The $700
plame is in sight they s-y. Mai L ave to bu'6 things from the Japs unless US.
ppl.ean meet their prices.*
Norve is .a hard ease to get a letter from. I Jumped on him a while bask
s-ying we did ot know whether he and Gretchen were even alive. WRIT'3& So
he did. They're having hard times toovit seaae.
That sugees a seooamies aod I don*t darea start on that unleas I have a
day. *I'v had dar eoosOaic problems solked so many years that when I see
a GOVT. stually trying to do a little I gqt immensely Laterested--if met
dipgusted as with that rotten repealedereby we were all to beooae temperate,.
and drinu ouree Tee out of poverty. A erawf man knows betterpbut they had to
-to gi4 sime excuse.
Then I have no use whatever for the Ay, they have treated the soldiers
& Gort.elerks, slandering the lattereas d pretending they were loafers and
speoges. They're among the hbirdesL and beat workers is the U.S.
I'm h6ping the aewey aort. will etf tpop till the b-lkers are pushed ou't
of the itche thet have preempted--makiut and controlling the latioue' mona;e
whea the Coam provides spacigically that Cong.sehall eein moueyregulate
-he value thereof sad of foreign oo u zo. But the serve that gaff has is
beyond tempreheaseea. *
Half-killing the gold is good. iow if he'll only KILL IT COMBL :TSLY that
will be better. All the money we seed at heme us GOYT.PAPERIso regulated in
volume as to meet the needs of busisoeseamd regulated by the GOVT. aot by
Wall St.sharks. Rellt. may be feelia his way toward this, I'm hatcUtia
'closely*
Then a let of things aust be taken over." The rr.are among the first.
The banks must cosmetoo. All moaepolised business mast eame. That SOCGKISN
UNTIS. btfpineseOm PRIVATE habdsto harder both sides for messy, MUST l;a
TAKFS ROM PRIVATE HANDB the killed as soiBu as. Lma be.
I thatk the g-sa *ashes --dsett "r"r4j meedain things ii *Al..pt, Periizch
(eS) aundihiring ppl. to loaf and& chrga theg b*ilhiw Aa.i.e.tawwagibai seriia
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VOTE "YES"

ON THE
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Broward Drainage Pjstrict Referendum

-This referendum ought to carry, BIG. It's the ONE THING that will help the Back Country.
And the Back Country will then help the town.-
-Lauderdale needs the Glades worse than the Glades need Lauderdale. Lauderdale can't live
on tourists. SHE MUST PRODUCE. .
That means her Everglades must be farmed. qThen, as in Dade County, factories will follow.
These will bring p'gy-rolls, and a YEAR-ROUND T WN.
But the Everglades must have reclamation funds. Hence the Broward Drainage District must
sell its bonds.
But it must fir.t have more people and more vale. in it. This the bond-buyers insist on.
Th won't cost Lauderdale one cent. It will cost BrW rd Coun'ty one little mill on the dollar, about
$7W0o or $8,000 per year. -.
But the new taxes and new business this willAing will tuin this little outgo into a BIG INCOME.
Further, it will help put a foundation under Lauderdale, and make it a city.
Do you know how the Everglades have been;carrying the Coast?,
Do you know Broward's Everglades have paid in .$700, 060-of '$80(j^00;,- noost of which, has
helped build the Coast, rather than the Everglades? .
Do you know that. for 15 years, most of the'X0,000 old Everglades buyers hav. been barred
out from their own properties, kept from voting, and taxed without representation?
Do you want to keep this up? Do you know thai, Ialy as it hurts the Everglades buyers, it
hurts you still worse? ,, i
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If you want to do justice to Evergladers and yourself at the same time, VOTE "Y E S" on
this referendum.
Some have said, "We won't vote any morg inney to lte old'Board."
But do you know that these men are all out? ,.
You ask, "Who will follow them?"- I answer, 'Let the Everglades owners name their own
board, by petition;,and then let us all petition the Governor to a point them. If, later, the Ever-
gladers want these men removed, let the Governor remov'them." That's POPULAR GOVERN-
MENT, and it's the solution' of this problem.
VOTE "YES." And then help the Evergladers g't their own kind of a Board.
THOMAS E. WILL,
209 S. W. Sixth Ave., City.

SWright Printery.
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Wealth anat be 't distribute till the I:d:Lewatiul tilliesaire lasa as
as dead as the ade, Mw ra fe hag the bVauLt poerer whbiC they caal't .ee..
And the Udllious tho 1 D IT.albl would BUY A;.L THE GO aS.are. starred ljat -
neeei JIpeoteney, They QCAKT bauy so the go da pile up ,as d orasy a ls4ma.
de trrto them.
Taxation --Inc meiuheritance and land-valuo- -lagid & hiefle y aW tai m*la ta
o e way out, But eeo right nowa The GdYvti t selling all. the.obi BiAI Z S of
b de te that elaea-and theys bonds are TAX- lB The Tat. .spejifa 'ly
provides that the erowd that ought to boe s4,d- t get thif u uyilS pwriWhar
ra it beleOgs-asd tsae4 HAmU aWI gact TAAXED MAT ALLeo this 4t S
action* Foola j arehiop th-itabt ex sgrit ot. (l)
Aoteether fiue way we _have of "got ting rit o 9 auplus'" of 'good tbia(i Who
our pl. need). is to swap it for LIQOR ro road. aw youseted that
Mighty little that stuff escapes r y :
"6ikperilena is a d4 steoolbut tools wil eiarn la so other.' Maybe we-
'll learn after- awhile w to get what the gpl.aesd is a seniatry BURSTING
with. W ALTHiwhi cwo e taughtMAKXEi S IP. .
Ci .Tea t .i t ylu ~ew? ._. nF. -';*-
(1) eTbe they'll tall you they art Sake the bonds attrestUiv so ass will
ibg thsang wLhile Lai Ua makes clear aa trystl that that is just wht La .,
blrtiM b ei. Comias, sU with money to itfest we put It 1ite BUS ~iSS ai. ll ".
th y have that mortal rmap in D.C. an mip buying and gettti Eng PRiD SM *
PAYG.TAXS8. Two rotten things at the same timlad,4 with eae alne.1--Kilmag
basisaaee-aad 2--Destroying Buying Power rby not taking it tba iate the
'har a o these -whq, would by. ~Sh ar bae h .be e ray kiaeg, dhat is It that
is steering D.C. Just sew?-
SI know the thing itt&'"ipH ip Hur ahaa5t'B- all rightP Bat I've studied
oosenmies as long amq p hard as any, of the Brain Trusteaud I'll measUaq
awArda with them any day as to how ts make -tiea good a"d keep their good
T*hE s &some good. Iasile Sheala looks go'od*lFctk of the NRA. 3o .km good:;
b't Berab ia poiDtiug out mighty bad a9pe% itt,
Wellwsu believe in theHIGEBR POWRasd GETTING INTO TOUCH Let's DO I1T

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msate oeaker. Gold t a sort of sham t- -
vites red with whie4 to blind the aqit e4
the pp, and at the ss.e ttraet the maosy Thos.a2.111
fram tasr p~kets. I .ot oato that in'96 or
before. I'glad Revlt.iA hitting it as hard
as be. is. Thqt' oe of t the things& rTJo o .
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Fillmore, California. February 12, 1934.


rear brother Lom:

Your latest just received,and will drop you a line though
there are many things want to do. am glad the picture
reached you all right,and that you all like it. It would sure be
great if you and Lawrence and family could drive out to our fine
old ualifornia. iou might not want to return if you should love,
this part of the world as we all do.
I received your letter'mailed as you received my last. I quite
agree with you about the war business. If there is any one partic-
ular,unjustifiable ,HELL, it is that war proposition; I copied
your protest and mabel and I have sent it to our senator ,Modoo ,
I also called up the -eader of the a4jT.U. in this community
and read her yPur proptt ad asked hbr f the n.C ,i'.u. was sending
in thdhz*mj-. h -wad hWrtilyin cavoo 1o fit and said one of her
officers would be in this afternoon,and she would ask her if they
had attended to that important matter. That organization is more
awake to such matters than most other women.
as for all the Democrats are doing,! feel like a lot of their
measures are out of the question, though- no doubt Roosevelt is
doing the best he knows,and some measures are all right. But I
can't believe he is doing anything in the right line that hoover
wouldn't have done if he had enjoyed the support -.oosevelt is hav-
igg.uf course he would have been more cautious about the using of
federal money for every thing under the sun, and would ,no-adeb-t
have tried to save the go;d standard. I don t pretent to know-but
very little about these weighty matters that there is such a great
difference of opinion about ,even among economists. I read their
conflicting arguments in the Monitor and elsewhere and am no wiser
but i have great respect for herbert -oover,and haven t forgot-
ten how the measley democrats used him,ana now they want he Rep-
ublicans to tumble over each other agreeing with every thing the
brain trust and n.R..v. proposes. i'gden Mills surely showed them
a few things lately, ro wonder at the popularity of the Demo-
crats the way they are ladling out the country s money ,and the
grafters and robbers are getting a huge share of it. Here in
California it is a disgrace the way the u.W.A.(I believe they call
it) has been handled. Such partiality and rascality is terrible.
I think noosevelt wants to call it off as soon as possible,Of
course he wasn't to blame for the way it was administered,but it
-was rushed through in too much of a hurry with no organization
'to handle it. 4o schemes of mortal man,alone can save the world
There has got to a change from dishonesty and greed,and selfish
nationalism,fear and distrust between the nations, to a better
spirit before much improvement can come. Mortals seem to learn
only by what they suffer and bring upon themselves by their dis-
regard of the higher law. The work the 'Monitor is doing all over
the world cannot be measured at present. You gain some idea of
its great influence as a peacemaker by reading those Frogress pa-
pers sent you. and now they are publishing a splendid magazine
section weekly at no additional cost. I mailed you a copy today,
also an editorial from the Los Angeles TIMES,commenting on this ,
war propaganda as you do in your letter. hey mention Willis Abbots








recent book "Watching the rorld go by", in which he shows how wars
are worked up by the munitions makers and Yellow Journalism.
I never knew before that he was once a nearst correspondent,
that was before he knew any thing about iolence,of course'
But to think what that aearst does to encourage war with his
millions of dailys. I never could bear nis Lxaminesr,and none
of us would have it in the house.
but ,in reality ,the one divine intelligence reigns in and rules
over all; avil-s only power formidable as it may seem is to de-
stroy itself. And its uncovering,is the great step towards its de-
struction. -,ost surely it is being uncovered in these days,and
most certainly it will go down into its native nothingness and
"God'g kingdom come on earth as in heaven".
.7ith love and best wishes,

nettie.


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ulorida. 'his has been the mildest winter I ever remember of;
t ot even frost, it is now quite warm and springlike, and in
need of mcj -, L-' i .. o-,i i, I..' :.,.,* the first of the year
.ias more within two or three weeks than we had all the year before
- jut the warm winds soon dry the surface of tne ground.
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My dear Gertrude:

It mas very sweet of you to send me-'such it cordial invitation -to same Ma
visfit yo*us a"d i would have given no moral pleasurse than %I aexrstohv
necetedits but, Alas It'w quite impeasile*, Yo see my, "ltleihrii
ftok Aunt Delie was Aall used up in takirig care ofheri, as 'YOU will nert
before I fnish this eplitle-and go Z have noh 4gt ulse for travelng Ao
just sannot gueoss how- glad I'd Ie to come ifI ould do it.

There, are so many thin~gi I want to write to you that I don't Vnv* _wk&hic
x. e to -begin with* but/ I thii~n I'd -better start with Aunt Deli' knnetss e
a .ause you ought to knew aboutit and So I- will, start with 'her wil'.I IdenWt bkoey
whether they- tent you a copy of: it or not, ru I'ltk hnso h iA o
doing It and, tell. you, 11l 800out -It* it is dated' March, 7, 1929.

Clause: 4. directs that debts and, funeral -Ups s bepaid;
Zo 2, bqueaths to Jean Funnell, 026:000,00
3, Bequeathn to May Will -500,00 (That lega lapsed automatically
when yor other died)
41 to Rather, Bertha, Elizabetho and Martin Funnell, ofth $500 00
S 50 to Rilda raterso $500.00l
6' to Edga M.Rgr Ja' rte) 00,00
"78 to Charlott. Leet500.00
as8 to Noellie xustacle, $00,00 (nppreciation of her' Aindmess)
(and she turnedd 'cut to be perreetly devil sh).
9, to!. E. Church of Auntington$000
"10' -to Jewn Aunnll, CharlotU.. Leo, 1my ieadHr~t Lee lal
furniture in houseshr anshaelie
".11, residue to Harriet a= Emly Lee
8,diess xeutor to sell real states "and divide the prc sas
provided in iihe eleventh uaarp"
Arwhio Fusm*l1 In appointed executor.

Thion &-fter Aunt- Dolie found out s omt~Ag of what ai fiend NeiV was
she added a goediell to- her w$1l an Auq 0.: *9,And reowket her: beqkeit,

When the will was. written AUnd DPolie owned three mortgagess two 6f:
$2o500-00, n of of' 09,5,0,- vn iebnswhs a au at $1,000 001'.,
*as. S sh and. re s2ha.0she hand v2o50 0 ivested par. Val h md
speciti 'eq74estw of 70#006*00: she, expected Vithere wotad be' e~nogh kiioy lft 7
so ha Brrot ndI ud oeah, got as muchl xone ax.J, di aid. -pieap
more, kesides what *1igh so" frcm the sa-1le41 ofthe plate,. She bad saifo
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if heywer wrtkh tasr p value s~b t are.nd ~swol nyb
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No are vory Slad ve were able to c-ase for Atat Dalis and makl her:ls
days$ happier because s" fe wshere*t usw
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Yon hare asked about the unemlls. Weather stgopS -teaching two or tkne year.
Sage to study for anQLher degree, which she suoseeded in getting in the regular course
of time, but she has got succeeded in getting another position since, although she
does same research work at Columbia for the plljogg people.. She has engaged herself
to marry a young man uho has ae Job and is no good anyway. I eaonot understand what .
she cain be thinking of. The family meam to be ashamed of it--at any rate none of
them has ever mentioned it to us.
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Bertha is at the head of the Personnel Department in Araham anad Straus--a big
department store in Brooklyn, and Martin is in the greeery department of the sae
store.

Betty is teaching in a school about six miles from home.

They all profess to be as poor as ehursh nmie, but they are never too poor to
go an little trips or pieaies or have sumpany so we think they cannot be so very
poor after all. Three of them own ears to run around in and Betty takes music
lessons.

By the way, are you interested in geneology? Because if you are, I will send /
you some Rogsrs items. I believe our line is traced bac. to 1254 or semthiag like it.

It is leug past my bedtime so will stop and just send my love to all the family.

Your aff tetionat cousin Emily
I-reseived a very nies letter from your sister Marian sinse Aunt Delie's death and
some day I may surprise her by answering it.








1401 Ortega Avenue
Coral Gales, Florida
April 27, 1934



Dear Marian and lawreace:

I guess you wonder what's up, my writing to the two of you in duplicate
this way, but I have lots of infermatioa that concerned the three of us equal-
ly, so I'll save time this way.

Well, ts. jus4t#Uke this----if you're sitting around twirling your
thumbs waiting to get something out of Aunt Delie's estate an the lawyer's
notice might have led you to believe, just stop your thumb-twirling at once,
and get a nice big bunch ef shoe-laces to peddle on the eornor for "there
ain't no Santy Claus" --I've been doing sJm Sherleoking, the results ter-
minating this morning.

You see, I too, didn't think mush one way or the other after I received
the lawyer's notice, except to hope that possibly there might be a very few
dollars, or an old picture or enadlestick or something Just most anything
would do. But a couple ef weeks ago, I received a tremendously lengthy let-
ter from Cousin Emily Lee (eepy enclosed), which left me rather wondering
Just why she went to all the trouble of writing quite so much, and also I
wondered Just a little about the part where she says that of course "May's"
/legacy lapsed automatically with her death. I wasn't quite so sure about
that.

At this point yuu may now read Emily's letter, then you'll know what
I'm tglkiig about.

So the following Saturday afternoon, after I got this letter, Harold
and I drove up to Lauderdale and paid a visit to Charlie Crim (Sara's hus-
band, as you know) and asked him what he thought about it. I made him a
sporting proposition (of course you know he is a lawyer) and told his that
if we get anything out of the estate, we'd give him the regular attorney's
fee, whatever it would be, but if we didn't, we couldn't. Of course, he
probably wouldn't have taken anything anyway, for we are such good friends.
So he wrote to the lawyer in Huntington to find out about it, and get a
4 copy of the will. I just had a letter froa him this morning, enclosing a
letter frame the lawyer (eopy enclosed). Also a copy of his letter to the
lawyer (copy enclosed), and a copy ef the will and codisil. The will is
practically the ame as given by Emily, but the sodicil, which she too o the
trouble hot to quote, has Just tihs, in addition to all the legal verbage:-
"I hereby revoke Paragraphs Three and Eight in my above mentioned will, but
in all ether respeeto said will is semfirmed So evidently the bequest te
Mother did NOT autoatically apse. And as Emily herself says, Aunt Delie
revoked the bequest to Nellie Euataea after she (Emilyl had taken her inte
her own home, and had persuaded her to revoke it, it leaves me wondering it
also the other revoka was not the result of Emily's persuasion In sev- -.
eral previous letters in times past, Emily had mentioned that Aunt Delie
was not in her right mind a great deal of the time, and I know that once
when I sent a Christmas card, or Sharon's birth announcement or something
to Aunt Delie, Emily wrote that Aunt Delie couldn't seem to remember who I
was, so putting this and that together what do you make of it!

Of course, I never did expect much, but a few dollars certainly would
help all of us right new, don't you think! Oh well, we never were the lucky








ones, I guess!

I know I eould have used a few bucks very conveniently right now, fur at
last I have had to start in on a siege with the doctor. I haven't been feel-
ing at all well for a long tiae, and finally decided I'd better do something
about it, so went down last week and had all kinds of tests and analyses, and
an x-ray, and discovered a spastic colon, also it is badly dropped, requiring
the wearing of a made-to-order surgical support (:U3.OO), and special diet.
Also found various other causes for my various ailments, a little kidney
trouble, low blood sount, and a continued inflanmation in m; throat, so I
seem to be in for quite a little expense.: ''he x-ray alone was '15.00. And
of course all these treatment mount up. So altogether, a little legacy would
have helped; Oh well. -------- Also, I HAD hoped I might be able to got
away for a little while this summer as this summer it will be, I believe,
six years since we have been north of Palm Beach (except for that weed's
business trip .'arold had to make last summer, when Sharon and I went with him).

I had a funny experience one day a couple of weeN. or so ago--the queer-
eat coincidence! I had bees thinking for several days about Washington and
various people there, and that morning had been thinking about Dr. Trivett--
our dentist there--I couldn'tthink of his name at first, but finally it cam
to me, and various other people had been flittin, through my mind. Well,
in the mail that morning who on earth should I get a letter frcm but Vivien
, Thamas----I hadn't heard a line from her n all the eighteen years (almost)
since we left Washington: "ad had told her my name, when he was there,
and all of a sudden out of a clear sky she had decided to write to me, for
no apparent reason, Well, I had just finished reading her letter, and had
gone upstairs for something, when the telephone rang, and it was Mrs. Gordon
Bailey! Whom I hadn't seen or heard of for an even longer time: They were
on a brief motor trip through Florida, and were going to be in Miami a couple
of days, and were going to drive around Coral Cables that afternoon and
thought they'd stop by and see me a minute. So a few hours later they drove
up to the door, Gordon and Florence Bailey, and who was with them but Dr.
,- and Mrs. Trivett; I thought I'd never heard of such an epidemic of so-
incidencesa They just stayed about five minutes, at first weren't even go-
ing to get out of the ear, as they said they had a lot of ground to cover,
and only a short time to cover it, but I insisted that they come in for at
least five minutes, so they did. Dr, Trivett looks just the same as ever,
except that his red hair is almost white, and.only a fringe of it around the
edges, but otherwise he doesn't seem an; older. The baileys looked about
as I remembered them too, although I'll admit I didn't remember them awfully
well for I couldn't have been more than about ten when they lived next
door to as on G street, Mr, Bailey's hair is getting a little gray, but other-
wise he looked $ust the eame, and as good-looking as ever, Mrs. Bailey looted
about the same too, and the same big dark eyes. They said if I ever got up
to Washington, to look them up, and they would drive me all around and show
me the sights. Vhich makes my second similar offer, for SarAs cousin from
Washington who visited down here this winter, told me the same. ----- Vivien
is secretary to a senator, I forget which one although Dad told me at the
Time. She and her husband live in an apartment on Massashussetts Avehue.
Her folks still live at the same old address, and she says "athryn is a
young lady now, and very attractive.

I had a letter frrn Mr. Rynex a few days ago, enclosing snapshots of
Jane (nearly 20) and "Buster" (17). Jane looks a lot like Nan. Charlie is
still living at home. Mrs. Rynex isn't very well, but manages to keepl the
house running.


Must stop now. Lov>. to all. Let me hear how all of you are.


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S. ri ,1954.
Mr.Geoe arnard Btish, Jr.,
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My dear little grandsons '
I was muaoh lesaed tuotpreceive, your letter of the6theawd should Ie at n -
swered it sofonerbut have been away,. -- R-
'Gset your mnp of Plorida rPd lo k-i up nrr the N.,; oornrtJuat so.ot Jack.n .., '
villeand you will, ae a3tA tustide. This-is .V i?: Th e AIedt. City" for it,
Is held to be the oldest i ty in the United Sta' ., Somsthe., -a m a pot ou
in risonaa-. think it ih--is older;but its boo.aerm should bay. ore. .
I wra up there April 18,i19 rnd 20,attanding the Mg.Anual' 0Cjf raenOet a a.
delegate. It is at usmh tiameg that the church attend to igportaut busiaemf .a,
including the appQeiltment of preaasehr to their work for nexl 'y&r. We gIt th A".;
preacher. e -Zsked 6r. -
Wtll,Georgeyou certainly hve a lot pof interestas"ai the m a sanyBoy y
Soott paper sell.r,g9th-graderataap colleator--and what else? Wea-ithose a re
all rf htand I greatly hope that yau will never soopoet up with any that are .:
not. .' .
I ha4e in mind a story I read last ni hi your Wamma may giant id hear. Shb
Sand Usle Lawrence graduated from the oftSilo --anual frainBg high ibhool ai.
D.C, Wull,there iAn Y .ry "swell" high- th-ere called the Deatral.. gh Soeh'i."*-
fAl Mlratrfor &4--6 tellas.of a fraterpity(wIr ai Ldah)dSatae4t the Nail.
Premsz Olub,? blocks from tAe White HeIaa.( Tve boeen there. ) These 1oryai lb 1to A
19lgot .ao drunk a 1ot of thotr had to be sarte:id ou t+and ,a tot of theitr als :.
were amahed, and themanaFget nt said uthe mnes wae si bad that this fratern %ttY.:
of highasohoQo. students 'had been put bn the blaok lit'pd could nieer r t"
the rom Agai .n"-
Your Ucele I wrsene gays hi B. day it wna'p disgrace for a student to drink-
S"at all., Conirast thbat with that -
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'Wahy this di ereae".~, do you .sk.t I'll te11-Bll 0oa silly anA -I wicked e pull down .th.e bars and turned rivers(alraet) of Uliquorkooe ia ithi
Very stre t,;and betlausO we hd not enough here, tl ey haulSe Vat qua*ttita of 4b
it acres the Atlantitc ma@ poured this outtoerptill Mil country Ji gltge to the.
b ad a4 a fearful gait,. .
You should kknoWb that. tba wborldhere ate %wo tfrIfltt i OatgBetI a .
terr. thblngas The wmntlnt AL ,whtAi-tAU vefl wtt tigo nt
..tb4.tktBt coul4 ie--the a leto"wifeked aWd; greedy men ~ .lywAastha t. "-,
say i oney out of tBtanud Congrese i geiagsaoBt te tigate ats 6h-a t ad 4
show kLajb up, t the world. Iget our oharh teret ask .Senate to do tle.
" And otber asked ittool'el now watch outS .. -
thgythaeother awfiULa RIYGHTUL thiagaext to war in its horropet8 LIqUOL
i:'::".- tep e atari drinking it they think, "Othid isrn 3 It1l drLi a. littlOhi:l
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themselvs -in that wayand' broke thi. aothera' l.eat&jaLd.rI wafjf to VA
v/sth all myplghtI NeTverlSiKin5touehad%* or haBdX; that AWFUL POIS.O.O Ae
whlio aka .you to Ta ke just.r; little I-t won'I t ieut yeo, It ;is"l", i e's~ad iL .',
that) ast saoe tempted .,xr whon I wa.a younger thVn yoeA 0Bt iky giofd wiBdar eg '
either told me all ibout eabat a dangssroa thing it .waleatd I-- sid Id pir1
bEVsR drtlnk andtheo, I' 72yar oldl' kptthat pl dga sl. thi W r -' ..
ute. And if I neVei did oneother thipg for youe while 1,i'the t ade- l.. I 'a:.1 Pi'
ing you here eo.beyoad prl ee. .e d ,Ir f.r better off tohan I shou1d 4hat e ie f Aa
parestet had given t af liquor a ppeti te and a BeLrgN DOLLARS ota top of 1i l1
san adver m be grateful. sSp~et fbor wihat I OnZ a c d. A ,A I.SOewN~att.t"f.S-~,i-w t eia .,
the adisakn wisey l naOil again coursing its deadly way- through outr tr.e At.
four parlors and banquet table,PLNASE remember what I tell you,.aor it yormi'
Srthink of me. g. .. ... .
As t6 our ftmilywe re all wapl Yo4' kno you. hr*e an Ant Gae4.trude -, ii
Coral Gtb Ltoledi 'll "i.an' P. .Ctfanit omle dauthingf nitwsad I' VfIlt
someVtime. d. Our litt]oi -tBty-9ya Ie ea aI'e r k et 'that e e.s h reiat f .ryB :.. -
I oerttainty wish we might see eaobs thter Mogre, ofrtyn, piahtaoclt Vte etadit *
ing greatly nob.viand pwith good roadsf-Iat cars aud aeropis auig hstune t i f L
I should likevery mueh toaaee Califor la, I tis A: id gr t od fine state ..
I atould tim e,toopto bear how yfaur apa is getting O. he ando I or& Itrty
good friend;. "
Hope tpise.lrd timbeashas not struck your mother vtry nard. It .tas e ai
hrd on moanyu uu olderyou maut study onoms a n l nd O iserl canea i -,1 .
why a Cagraterih ount ry like o ur ban to fall into a terrible Xiti i tfw.
yeatil)I kno. ,thih/mttl oessary -at &aliad when people get l-igar.e and tter
they will stump out these cruel eltoolliah dSoeal.a. :s:'
I bu glvery fuch fitOSGd aifI.r I woadikt it h.s-ntot t- res ttSe .. ':
I rwomrbur very etoll bak in 1927 wheh .youyour mother .ude trickle. werews ?:
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Sheye you' and -Patrioia g o Sunday IBge l adYlear ^bout-t.e Bibe a :
Je eu, He was the greaterst man. that evi liyVa,.san4d nueh theiwa. .;:t Ska. rdi .
S reud about hityou will know 1 tb how to grow up into ta t "od,*ib e maC eii t h ;
Sells zJ .. .. ..... ..e 00.8 I e61
yste ) everybody, tS/tpeopl li@,onl1 a't o wh en eo t Ittr.
They cannot be rappy fin oli gm in ihe w-ydn t ir aer fok
That.a theO T4GEA reaon we; arehati0ng-t4e-e GaR rifeion. Gowdwi y0pla tn
would nerer hbae brought esuh 0goaditiods .a.o uto ;
WellGood by. Keep up you3'st 'tles_ and god, ork* i. e B.e lag 1a ..
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We're all well. BusIneDBs .8 ar, .Lawr e gts his if -any do. '. i o ,e0t tsA, Ai
D.C. o dause ot long watting o oaheers. There are wpl oftf 8 it w t t
theisp tuluen*ef would helps bti w e ot et ,thaim .a.rted. ,
s opinion of the Admisatrattout WelnMt ihe, I ho4' strogly y *
detll e of tt" ro tten bpealb ttbo a any uthe r* lrlat r fa ag
apd too many i *ally geod thlsngs ushed by other( are ftulgt by lte A mltai. tl-.
looks as tho Nature would hal do mlat of the"getti g ak,- ,. -, -:
We, ate getting a RCAD I hve worke4t and fought for 15 yqaras The GoVYlt h k
tt ovreaBndwheu Cong, paise. the appropriation bil1,wephop fr aotin. W*''o n
bad some alrey. -
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The read will leave ae. Qkl4.ad fellow the North. Canalpright pa t: Oklatta.
on to Yt*Laud-, .'1s opigkl we end get the toL beard to0 0akO ome roeike outf '
out ea algiand tbhle u ae sita;rry: ater amd m ib- at a again. It jariid thb-9 i lut-a 0-
k tlld,by the .leader of tthe. St shieflues er a w.o thiBlctuk. 1V l tried to ua usn
:out. You Bpseeuoeri f l*atW&Aa;t Gkq*lanta aIIre-&destut t pper 41adea st*a*
wLth 4,000 people int.eAste4 t ,p. t t thesar-,it t me *sty ba re ad.e ade
oo6, 4gtions too b.bi4ead -ktillX d lai. sit.least. t rhat wehbad a wert abset toe i.'.
Others nat obed away* from :. s- 1. ... .. -* .: ... : .-.o..-;
But the ROADj ad theC0fIAL,too,if we te get thoae reeksl out.will atrL t tupp '
the phyBtsial ne~dA of o cr .settle ne ntand eanble us to start settleaten~ and da a
pmet t again.
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*' b0S y*u know the 11Cambetl 4tes* wI used to fiow in &reurl&? T10'hey un-sati.
iaaselves r The Cbhorh of 'htrit'- A friend of stai se ends their paper, ,-.
looking thru the latest. fouui the "realosd xe Divine HeaUiinguswhieh I mao 1 Je
knowing you ought to -btVam rekightimedrdp yle r vag arierearLLse that God itr6d
Sped all sitraculous balitg' whe. thAbo k. Ho levtiatAio was Sigead iW 90,ata real-
Sif you arm u under strong. hllriOa" sad are,.belrllag. li.* You are p' ity,,
far gone in youth .waudLaal gnhat-while-the is -life th.re. Isei 0 hop4,
lsab f-i ,.t)-s.aq o-i~ma t oto kow that I .a.'r til u UdW.the ate .:.. stf*g dei
SlU0iois.kaut regard the 1 ass6 i n l this liptiAl as tuqfabl.e roT. t Bt yu ;
must tdew thMt the authr m' s a represeutati etlbeittfe. whe-are tree a .t "d-.
oastuatlionallitslatnd .a "tthe., p\rt ilk of thlle wotd" ,hre e a s ay .
I also enold.- another -paper ly your trn.Lrwhieh IE to. read at" sarhi o
SJUday. paybe -t ist about ap .fad a. the mttiagbut it IbhapDS tis be )a sanpl a 6
the kind of rel4*lon I. .ke. to preaih, .
the aual drnferefe fatherr gEChurah et at ttAugUntelb*. .ThAMI ,"t r".,.
and I wps sent a. layre pr.statirve. we'ree gett ing thy .laflmMrga(s*all audd x 1a
going to .do .ty .'loft to get ltheM working for the estaksleshnt o. The ltgda e
Heaven ON MARTH-r as tapidlyp maBy be.
Ij suet a state i ever to. ekirn -ad I expect it-P Z ands
gohsnet a refereseu s to "Marl at mmasonbtth ef whom with a tat
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a sem oon as-tbr hlreroeo think the De.il ha a mortgage o the wveldU
we eal't toah .tgte,,ert.e Butas you see p believe itis. to bte m9de io
as fast as we get rightiht te our job 1l to worktmulataBeoumly se gett:
both ourselves and the world JUST RIGHT- ..
I hnre to amx in a soieuee( school tieuese) with wa religion-to isame es~-
tat. I think the werld has made a longSdreary effort to *et up frem the. l.1
P-uplane( ape-dompome uast Iwould day)pcaid ose of threat -needo has beu..
POVER, Min had his alightphysioal streugth, Laterhe learned to .use rate,
then animal ,theu--A 1 0 ug jump)-he diueoered ateaamtheb elect ieity.,4pn
laterfradiant anergey.
The faster he gatjoldl of these grIat helps, themere easily and effEt .
ively he can work
Butylet so 'fast. H1iuts up agaigat what the preeahdm mtrpeae as "iafWti&
oameo eall\cusdee9soeeOUt of whish eaes e 4apitlimpetder wM h a handf.4 -
get about everything worth hayvigibut eaunt uno lheioie san't :Bd th4t produeta,
Then the VastR dW who have UAE all thismare as poor-- bessUa eternally
ROXBE-:---.t ti y an't Ithy t it elthwrgheate breakrowatppaniesBdeeprerja oa.
ate. just as we hae now .
That aps ,give place to BRO2THMMOOD-- gi1all m sonem would tall itiwhere
the ethics are anuh as in the happy h ae where thereso hegosfd e tano Prr
Slings, ".ir/
BuD; to'conquer hoggisha ns,w hih right nuow,with WARAie measwingt thsro
called e*iilisation"we'ti ctsbeted;, we've pot get ourpelveS aSd tther
folks off the heggsh plUt, unategd oft eternally a.tting THfINOE and grabbbi.
them from eaeh o-ther and trampling thab is the SdeWve' sh8bal~ A- we'lke lu
-look upward,and luwardand come to discooerlittle by lt tle,thodiTiV n
side of life.'
When weget far enough on this. itttwo thing.a wiXl happewi--
'l-We'll1 dtsoover another POWEVM ns far beyetd all -yeve got ewa iuned' ,
It will bet DIY2S POWARSPIBITUAL fISSX.' Aid with uon toe of all we
have learuedewe hoesueaiOallyseed S~ay pusa butttouetat d rebota will bring
Sus .our dinirsfearsIaud all that. .
S Sat we *hall hatf riap so tSr baole things iL thae atrial lssekiethat
well haat little intergOt n just making things WVftlaTvigatt tha strate*
8p here-.lsatit ou ighbrs'a n UMarsae.ete y t -. ,
Bte.til p iowrew',lM te, tse. it. 0.9agyY in 1I0... .s =W e thdis
in br "sp mtawam1t Weie grt hlser and closer. to -pd, W'1 IM No
and more hwisrt i utlikell/e.Ulk ta i brlya r GoldoaBa-a eeSl W Seip. _
Whn weareat Thaat stoa tetge'tiNg Soelalin will be oa. It,' will 0ese asb
uaprsitly %toint aes' it CoBes to the ioter to Iurm her baby. o we will.'
Saver hear of theeraly thingg allied "upropfr tuttioylw '1 ws sort thait.
of MplowiLg thiaga under" pahu mAllions are perishing for the laa ezf th
thAn Ot ju uingd into the fire. Thea.e platiful thingaOeeded ly t a.uill
gr ajitaet to hlmias the bresses ueM to uPs It 'tll be like oar usias tah*
common things we now havtl public jtree.t aud vwalkusparkg1 frarlee-a3te* th
questini of PWhasegi i ts ltlwould sound tlly#aW if asked of th rk',

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..C... My dear Tom: .: :; ,
.as sure.glad to hear frqp you onc e more, .'a te :
L. about you lately y' nd wondering why you were..slent so.Oi;
SAm glad..ithihgs are going so well with youa nd t iat' .Laei
.. gets his shgre of trade. These have been strennou i...,tie&.i
.;many,,and it is surely a strange condition-,to see it'h,.i
"*' '*"midst of such great plenty ,the millions unprovided. for;ia'j.
'- .... course ev,-ry thinking person knows there is no real .eas:
such a state of affairs, There is no doubt but our econowiUi'
system is undergoing a great and lasting change. and greed,
:justice and selfishness will in time have to yield, to a. orMr
enlightened consciousness, I do'nt know why you would thin
,.:." I would disapprove of of your ideas of the state of. thingie .i
or of the possibilities awaiting 'a better conditi -f tho'
Th:e doctrine of :;od's kingdom here on earth is mos ertainrlS
[ ': the teaching of CS, and they are all working to that end con '
tinually, ';e do not believe in any distant heaven,or in waieiti
:. i"ing for its future enjoyment. -Ne know as fast-as mortals' ...'
Sgain the perception of what man really is, and of his power,`as
S.. the reflection of infinite Mind to overcome every wrong condcia'i
i:.. ion, and to use his God given dominion over evil of every kiMi
we will have heaven or harmony here and now; There ts the "
greatest abundance of all good for every individuality, and. nao
reason for any such thing as poverty. But until human thought,-,3
is changed by the only power that can change it,the leaven. ot.
Truth or spiritual enlightenment,heaven cannot appear, Can.th 2i
blind appreciate any lovely thing you might display? Neithir.l.
can the unenlightened human thbouht appreciate the beauty of -.-
.-. brotherhood,and the joy of loving his neighbor as.himself,and '':ii
.' ~helping him ,instead of defrauding or killtkg him in war,or ..i.-
1' any other wayj.o matter what merely human schemes or expedi-'
ents are tried, or how much exhorting .or fighting the carnet4
mind,is resorted to it can't make one hair white or black, bu ~i
the light of 'ruth and its leavening influence is at work in'
every place, and changing human thought until the whole eaerti
is shaken as the prophets foretold Out of this welter a.n ez
,:. ~earth and a new heaven will appeaf..wherin dwelleth righteous4I
ness". It is piteable to see such a display of i noranoe*.--
dense materiality as that of the Campbellite whose~artiel'i ;:
you enclosed in my letter. That is 'a good sample of the de bl.
darkness of. the unregenerated camerl mind that woal n't be'4.:
vinced though one rose from the dead ,ds Jesus said of that"...7
Like the scoffing Pharisees he demands a sign that would ...$.
be given him. If he could see the millions who h ave been.l
of every known disease, even deadly poisons and snakebites",. (:
.. not only healed physically but spiritually,and that not "-ia
ulously" but naturally through the operation of this law. t'.
he knows nothing about, he mighj ,at least, .wonder how t0O
1:.:i ignore what he scoffs at. Such sooffers as .he ar., only foi. .
to-day among the .more ignorEaj class. As the more: enlightil
preachers ,and even Doctors no longer jeer at Soienced To&
of them are looking into it ,and-.'many- adopting it as.:A thy
what it is doing in a world ..sadly 1in need of..:aiAg.. -
I hope you got to finish Dr Powel.f~.4Lif of.
is a preacher worth listeni t o -
P. Your talk epffcarago;rre
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S.Is. Eddy predicted x* Jtk iCxfxti axta~ fs ./s
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Scientists attest their fidelity to Truth, I predict that in the
twentieth century every uhristian church in our land,and a few
In far -off lands, will approximate the understanding of Christiag
Science sufficiently to heal "tho sick in his name. Christ will
give to Christianity his new name,and Christendom will be class-
ified as Christian Ocientists". That would surely enr age the
Campbellite. 'ihen that happy transformation arrives,no doubt but
christian socialism will be the natural consequebce of such a
state of brotherhood.
The present, administration is surely doing many questionable
things, though I feel toosevelt is trying the best he knows in
his "mortal mind'tay to help the country, but some of his help-
ers are anything but admirable, Farley ,for instance, and Tugwell
advising women to accompany their husbands to drinking places and
"enjoy" drinks with them. And Johnson with his dictatorial meth-
S ode. and other crazy advisers, especially the absurdity of destroy
ing food and cotton that could just as well be turned over to the
needy without interfering in the least with a market they are un-
able to patronize. They say the suffering in the south as the
result of losing jobs because of this senseless destruction,is
terrible. The Monitor publishes so many enlightening and instruc
S tive articles about all this complicated situation, .ish you
were reading it regularly. It is now publishing a weekly magazine
coming out with the ..ed, i..onitor,which is surely fine. They are
printing a series of most interesting articleson "New Debls Past
Sand present". Une of them was about Henry George and his almost
inspired ideas which were so widely published and have exerted
such a great influence in the thinking of the world. There are
twelve of these articles. I will send you the one with the story
jof henry George, The ..,onitor is surely doing a great work of real
enlightenment., It shows the world the senselessness of war,snd
how it is caused through Greed, fear,pride, and stupidity; and
denies its'inevltability, as so many a- 1. -.;;, .now,
An article recently showed how America and Ureat Britian by stand-
ing together,and refusing any aid to beligerants could prevent
fwar, I am sending you some verses I wrote about war, Like you I
trM-. hate the very thought of war, and poverty is its direct result
not only as a consequence of actual fighting, but of the costly
preparations for it. Some one says that seventy five cents of all
/taxes .,goes for the cost od wars ard up-keeps of armies,the care
of the victims also.in pensions and caring for its wrecks for
the remainder of their lives.
Well I'll talk about something- else for awhile. .'e have had quite
a visit from Frank rie came out here the first of the year ,and
has been helping Bob(Mabel's son-in-law) on the ranch. Just re-
turned to Kansas Uity a little over a week ago. He has lost all
he had accumulated ,as so many others have during these bad years.
It seems he and Elsie have separated, he 4as not seen his family
for several years, and never hears from them. I think he turned
over what he had left from his Imperial Valley ranch to start
S lsie in business in Gainesville Florida. She runs a big board-
ng house for college students there, and. the boys have had a
Chance for college educations. Frank has had a pretty hard struggle
/anages to keep going, and is always looking f6r better things.
He regrets the separation frbi his family but feels it was inev-
it able, Elsie a first husband "it seemed felt he had to leave her-
the same way, Things are going'along about the same with us,
S* .Malel is still holding on to her ranch,though its expenses far
:.. : exceed any profits the past three or four years.a


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She has kept her fifty acres in very good shape,
Has put out many new citrus trees which will soon
add to the income ,if prices are any where near
where they should be, and is hoping to be able to
clear up what she has had to borrow to keep things
going. She has so many fine avocado trees that used
to bring in s pile of money when prices were better,
and before they got a set-back from unusually cold
winters. This past winter was aLnost a frostless one,
which suits the avacodp fine.
Horace and ilollie seem to be getting along very well
:.!ollie is quite proud of the new son-in-law, 1orma's hu
band. They seem quite happy. 1orm. still goes on with
her school at San Luis Obispo, while ilrahan still has
his home and law office at Ssnta Cruz; They visit each
other back and forth ,and spend all her vacations to-
gether. and as soon as school is out forma will go to
his place at Santa Cruz. He had lost out dLuring the
bad years,so 'orma felt it w-s wise to hang onto her
school; ':he is paying for a very nice duplex apartment
Has one side rented and lives in the other,
ilollie's Hazel still holds a good position in an office
in Los Ar neles and ,Iaude also lives In Los Angeles
with her little 11 year old daughter. She has a nice
aptmt near a good school, and manages to keep things go:
ing for her and ietty Lee. laude is quite a business
woman,and has never been out of something to do all
through the so-cal.lP depression. She has been collection
for an eastern company now for some time.
.:ell I must surely rre this long epistle to a close
s there are other things I should give some attention
oo. 'rite again when you can; am always glad to her
ron you. .jith love 1-ETTIE,


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e wonder at the blindness of the distant past,
her men bowed down in fear and mortal dresd,
To senseless idols by their ov-wn hands wrought,
.u".L to *inese idols offren" sacrifice,
Of -jift! most precious, even hum.cr life;
I 'oloch to aipsse, in blind idsire,
heyP csused their children to ra.s9 throng the fire.

"Sut.eL. scenseloe. supl-.rstitionl", V.3 rl. ? n ;,
"-:.removrd. so fFr f'ro'i, this enli .hter,.,d L;i j'.
.:ut c. ..e bo st' Qare '. no i'c loch n .ow?
To ..ic'ii i fear ru- ignor-,nce '." bow?
A cod to ;.hich-i 1.ll nations sacrifice,
The- b:rijhtest,sra the best of humii: life;
'o s.ot nor hlemish or this offering,
.hirol inl ovrr blindness tc this Zod .e bring.

s-.- lthrou .rn lindin. tears tl.e millioars go,
CIur sons, our birothr--'r, while the bbugl3 1)low;
heer the steady trsmp- of m.Trthin, f:oet,
,'.o' r 1. tlheio rth, s men ir combat meet.
Tods;- throughh shot 9nd shell cnd scsring gas,
To 1.:oloch, through the flame our children pass;
thile wrr endures -built u.- I; greed end h.te,
And senseless fear the wheels of progress wa/-it.
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A c"11 for -e~?ce is coming from !far;
2romi -.'oe'er' nations torn too lon; b: strife;
A c.ll to L.-isL from the eorth -rim ',~ir,
'to cease thi n,'-3ie-esc s icrifice of lifo.

'io Ion:' in- -.:rth been as :?J L; .r reo l and hate,
To o Ic 1cn 7 o.o.'] do',:n L'- blind "L s n'-r'- e.--3- fe-r
An ,i-.o..:iht in vain the .:,r -_jo,. to api,"ea. e,
',:- ird rin. millior-n to a .ru:-. f.t .

At l:'zt the widow's e.nR- ,i, orih1r 's cry,
11 memory of lone rinir:-l. l ri.'vs,
The ft.if--rr'--';th of waste n.;.?. .ovrty,
I f -'roc nri, ruin, call to '*od i-n ii-h .
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ar strip- -d of ,Ilamour 'khows its rly face;
"'he orl.-d h. learn.-, itr; hideous lesson .--ll.
A shell-shoclkei gassc '..- disillusione- race,
0o nor-e will tales of martial .lory tell.

'h,!;m ay that day so long desired. aj.j-ear,
.'hn man no longer seeks his brot..eP.- life;
nri pe.Ce, gcoid-;'ill,and" 1..rolth, eoo ban fear,
n. L.mRrish fro::, the earth all h.ptc n.1r strife.


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May 16, 1934



Dear Dad:-

It certainly has taken me long enough to answer your letter. It seems
almost impossible to do any letter-writing or anything else requiring coneen-
tration, these days, as Sharon talks almost incessantly and asks a continual
string of questions. I am having a time writing even this much, and good-
ness only knows how many mistakes I'll make.

This was the first year we were unable to get up to the cemetery with
flowers, on Mothers' Day, and I felt very badly about it, but Sharon had bean
sick, and still was not well, and we felt it unwise to try to make the trip,
and as things turned out, I doubt if we could have gone anyway, as it poured
nearly all day and evening. I don't know what was the matter with Sharon; it
first I was sure she was coming down with measles or something of the sort,
as she had a high fever, but nothing ever developed and it has been a week
since she first got sick, so I can't imagine what it could have been, The
town is full of measles, whooping cough, mumps and flu (I think the last two
are subsiding) and I have been keeping her away from other children for fear
she might get something. She seems about all right now except pretty fussy
and hard to get along with, which may be partly my fault too as I am so worn
our from taking care of her and trying to keep her in bed while she had the
fever, and I guess my nerves are worn pretty thin. It has been raining mon-
stantly for over a week, and I've scarcely seen a soul encppt her during the
day.

I am anxious to get up to the cemetery as soon as I can, as, with all
these rains we have been having, the little tree will either have been grow-
ing well, or will show that it is not going to do well, in which case, this
would be the ideal time to set out something else. The last time we won e
up (March 5th) it looked healthy, but hadn't grown much. --- I now have a
lot of artillery fern, which I thought I would take up to cover the grave
with, as it is very hardy, and will stand long dry spells, and also would
make a very pretty green covering for the entire plot, as it seems to be#
almost impossible to make any plants grow up there in that sand, I have
taken up any number, and all kinds, but all uave died. You will notice that
the plots that have healthy growing plants on them are those where someone
of the family lives in the same town, and can make frequent trips to water
things during the dry spells.

I would have answered you sooner about your staying over here, on your
trips to Miami, but the fact of the matter was, 1 had gotten so low on lin-
ens, that I didn't have any sheets left for the bed in the room you use---
(Sharon's room), and it seemed as if every week there was some reason why
we didn't feel able to "put out" for some new ones: however, we have invest-
ed in a few, lately, so any time you wanted to stay over, it would be all
right, although it would be advisable to let me know in advance if possible
as that is the only extra bedl I have and I just might happen to have cpm-
pany or something.

You never did get to go to Washington, did you? Do you think you might?

In the mail that just came, I received an invitation to Vernon Whitman's
wedding (June 4th). I was so surprised, as I'd about decided he never would
get married. He is two years older than I am, you know. He works in New York








Did Lawrence get the litter I wrote him about Aunt Dglie's will, and also
about my surprise visit from our old Washington neighbors, the Baileys (they
preceded the Yascos in the house next to ours, you remember) and Dr. and Mrs.
Trivett, the same day that I received a totally unexpected letter from Vivien
Thomas! I thought that was quite a series of co-incidences:

I had a letter from Marian-Aoday, in answer to the one I wrote her at the
time I wrote Lawrence, and alsothe letter I wrote her two or three days later
thanking her for the birthday present she sent me. She says George will grad-
uate from Junior high School in June. he lacks an inch of being as tall as she
is:It seems hard to picture the children growing up so.

How are you feeling these days? Don't get to sitting up all night, and
have another "spell".

How are Lawrence, Anne and Barbara! I wish we lived nearer so we cold
visit oftener. Tell them to come down and see us some Sunday----but they'd
better let us know in advance that they're coming, for unless we are expect-
ing someone, we are seldom home on Sundays. I am tied to the house so much
during the week, that on Sunday we usually go out to dinner somewhere, add
ride over to the beach or somewhere afterward, and are away from home from
early afternoon until nearly dark. Besides that, I often go to church i
in the morning, while Harold keeps Sharon, and after I get her to bed at
night, I often go in alone to the movies if there is a good picture it hhe
Coral Gables theatre. So altogether, I'm not at home very much, that oae
day, unless I know someone is coming to see us. But of course we would
much rather have company than "go places" any time.

.ith best wishes to all,


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little reu dosw to maiIt o. t ives* siate to you.,

1Y ariot--a trWik lmao ni to tL-will aty io 10 daabtr
so it may be pretty meaoooUr eit rlett wait.

Drp a lsaesa to outlook at yfreaKitlle driag at 9 2 we e
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Dear Dad:-

Yes, it will be all right for you to stay here while in town. ---
I had to wait a couple of days before answering your letter, in order to
get in touch with a friend who had promised to spend a few days with me,
soon, but she said she could come any time, and would wait until after you
had been here.

You had better let me know when to expect you, so I will be home, as
sometimes I am away for the better part of the day, and one day next week
(I don't know yet which one) Harold has to take a business trip and unless
I am expecting you on that day, Sharon# and I might go along, and would-
n't get home until quite late at night, probably.

I notice your letter is dated the ninth, a week ago, but I did not
receive it until a couple of days ago.

Yes, Sharon is fine again,

No, the so-called BOOM didn't have any effect on us, financially, I'm
afraid.

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Jlly 23,1934.


MrSkrtrude Will Laeos
1401 Ortega ATve,
Coaral ,ablm1i.P". ,,


Wy dear Gertrude:
At this time I write that I bae. bees informed that this family( Yeunr tt".
ly axwepted),rillia abegt twiwmeels ,start ea aJovuryErtayto Teuaflusi ee
if not farther aeoste be geneprobabyabout #r weeksjaud I have biee :
sentenced to serve the teena o LRmiper Coral Gables.
Now.I ear adjust myself 4 t hi all riwfltafor as ugual have Im eusa eg ;
the Coast butfer all I knowsthat will bi thevery Uns when y eujet*1ill 4
soaring worth
All the sameI'Tv done soae bat.ehiagand I'll do it againrather than
mix any families up. AndIl eught to sped a few ap lt .3t aMd,.Wh X '
can probably' put up again in her lLttl rocamanad wnok e a eleftriyi perte
able steve, (MrsCrehn's)
As usualI am ia the fluent hnalthpand hope that is tar of all eo ye,
hbby still is eensguqg,but iJproTvimgI think. "
As evearnyouread doe't let
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Me dear Gertrudet


I arrived here last 3aeqr evmWiugiaud .stet to leave for
MiamAi set Suday evueingsgaust 5the


wMrs. Oirem tells as her mister ead brother-tUw Xaw.thab*-
Lappos.wUll be bere next Saudayand that IZ e e with the,
whoih suits a well*


I shall not want them to drive all the W f- it to your bhoe;
adcas last tieethbe oars may have stopped, EeHfti ow about
ay phoping youaand. Harold meet g as down tonsl;saeat tUh Semth,
Test cornerof the County :S ldlng? Rab'ln4 i4t i Btaybei Wt Oth*w
erwise-'-a last tm.e--I11 anAt a room. fo thea ibt.


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it .Laid rdale,71a. ,
Aug.16 ,1934


Si dear Gertrude
-vlud. the pkgsl.this oruniug. Thank you very anbh,
Am buay as a hbo n a tin rootfbut Ouojying it. Meet Many friele4 as I

As to above headiaCg-lfr,74r en' boune wan f LLsJ.D ju|a I yit outrsu
I foresaw t e possibilitty t M ]at BleseL has h~e 's ,t lnovn sed 1w
kindly alavitd wme La6 ioeW 5 la;asatVy aid w&ill fktgti, daWG family
and seo's family) yery .jiafnt.
I use no ohbaiee Ot returning to your hmae before S at+Ibyt eej u.*,
if tbhe May save mt stay a 4ay or two idto nexrt .wel*
Love to al l As .nrg

Yours,



Theo pBVik,theties
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)w dear Martofs I

letter f rom Georjeolr.hchfe s4a sealed usrt
Y90, Ordevin the mi OH6ral", 'ad ametahb 484&4 ar'atat


You 4 ou* ree*0 ;thatrvr wCl, I the you. aOitdgatt
bhat was yretty righ Aet Oxf ee V24ewa UP.y .0. a t hn h

91 dar L had totksalttefeahta 1 4teerte-e1it


abintm Ih t A t. 14i 44, isaftlel 1agh3w a to t toW sea s o k


a few years agaz V4,4eOeed theiii hrh.Nwhtt 74 rV44 jaonsei- as*e -1 Urft bab44 h areou` werie bohY AroV 1.

*S leshft Wih.erthtthel g phts a rstaet Ote thatsMk

1 tet~e for *T ~ QD**9 a it '0 4- st payv.040 it. el,0i0o
teranwa i itI oe ntgo* -ate afon$1 ereal a S eofht
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Ienea lla A pr et A14447
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Manning, 0. W.
Starling, N. N.

Total today
.Previous this !month

This month todate


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Sales today
Previous this month


U~DEFI ITE 1. TOTAL:

1.20 1.20
20.00 20.00
2.55 2.55


.00 23.75 23.75
.00 40.77 40.77


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CHARGE:

130.66
377.57


This month todate 508.03

SThis date last year 370.03

T his date 2 years ago 701.31

This date last MONTH 774.71
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S- ASH:

On Account today 61.80
Previous this month 267.50

'- .,This month todate 329.30


. Charge Sales this month 508.03
On Account this month 331.31
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64.52


CASH:

78.01
523.08


601.09

250.85

453.50

753.50


DISCOUNT

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2.01


2.01



Deficit


64.52


TOTAL:

208.67
900.45

1,109.12

620.88

1,154.81

1,528.22

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brasnb toa flitn. 16 ynarS .tigtegsh alost every foot ta4 t
STbat was -a part: .f wo rt I. O,,,id I -wI r tbreP .aplt.MJtrta a 0 l fs R A
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Stillestams waV .tr res y st -4 right falw o.tgit.. ur SASTQ mISHI.ZW, it.
CeOvrt- abut 6 weeks agothbat some boay b4 btUit a. GRtEAl, SUA Plghl t awa fl
our saealover which the roadbldra., planned to Operate with )BOAT48 i Vtlw a "'
Vtrylg and building g. .
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Apd Ptot a paper in 3o..flaWlll t ag t felflw tal i, Ut A .l' 3.s And mS.e
mB should not atf rd ico break within Oatie*t Dib e especiallyy iwhn the Z 4T if
KoWsnT AXi) ?10;iYf .y;RfTHGrs.ilft't bat *aal .. -. --
f eseetnesting sp with t9 3.d rte,'i .a ia areS, Am Mvtti1 ,0 to ask elS 1
to take all the ;3 fla, i.%%XIB as l faat4 at a n 4the r#eaian ar
aoem elt a t. pt ti ag it overPtstageL. A3l Dew to WASa4 TOO. If tMiO :
'will read th.e *xptur& I eid hawd ) he may thitk norm itealy of -It, -
hWloll u yow y ou ar Lauatogg Ait n: b tlhn theba ttB w Ite h* area
about th ,r sohoblag &ad G eofyE e aiaeu ;astte. Lttle oerge has a aft*.
all right. flat a pity tie fa, & Calif sntawew of the family arn.tt See 4IaflSabn
I'-v deso a lot of geofalog work mgalawas your tat sy A bt ll i S1ao.e.at tX-
youaif Alteremted. We tba tie gsaad-frawothrm nte AmoBajeiX ilghtaut GhE to
*iind r- V aTB-.aBgto .. w' s t. t -
bi6ke he r and- L Cotal Gablas(Serth) all well, pet. & te. in t l.,iFt4,L4
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s-me lthirr thereli ana etae pa ag iat that sight hlp seat. Im ul -
betting em ItOtheCosles't l< fri t .iaat to fa' wiltbthIs fallaatE all bXI*
10L I ?A= tO. all,
Aad s you low your Dt- '
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Freedlund, Joe
Manning, 0. W.
Way, Alberta

Total today
Previous this month

This month todate




Sales today
Previous this month

This month todate

This date last year

,This date 2 years ago-

This date last MONTH




On Account today
Previous this mont4

This month todate


Charge Sales this month
On Account this month


INDEFIN ITE :

1.20
3.75


TOTAL:

1.20
3.75


.50 .50

.50 4.95 5.45
.00 < 64.52 '64.52


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CHARGE:

61.00
508.03


569.03

444.78

838.64

1,005.03


CASH:

35.61
329.30


364,91


569.03
366.92


69.47


CASH:

158.95
601.09


760.04

435.20

551.31

943.25


DISCOUN'j
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69.97


TOTAL:

219.95
S 1,109.12

1,329.07

879.98

1,389.95

1,948.28


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35.61
331.31


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4y dear Marten .
I was very Mauh lantnruted io yer ltter or the Hxtaghty ad to .
get suih word frm the abildre, Rmet tr.U they ar theU4h e ofa thB We t4
Tell then their Grandpa- w uld bse althty glad t, p-' a sh .a' iit. .th

Prot Carver of Harmrd Coll ege' W41 wIlL v.. Why gat n,.
ot in Ha.vard when I was,but I set ,him I .t ,t ,. f yeaW age 1'.
hae a uso-in-law there--a good friAend 9t sa., Y aou l .ehl teal henoft I
to have hbad a vigit fira Prof.Carr*. As oqg ahi good quhalitiesae it a
mighty fee of LIqJUOR,an4dIa anothr4to O '.the 4th.,we wate ot "RP3rAV" i4t -
nVa,' we, of the driest ttese War is the worst: thig ey.brzrAi iqu ,VR is '
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And the saoking-.Thawk goodness,' And be art. to lbrieg up yo.ur Okhil4drn i '
enemies of both liquar,hard or sefttabd etobcp e ta all its8 or9 rtt,
.8SINGLAIR$ You'd be interested to kenw his views and thoei.. of yo.ir ria tfl4 .
are very meoh the aen*.. As a ayripr of theOoutiry tfroi itse- elradliq ig h.4 A.
behin an equal'.yhigh plasetwould eB *o tt-distanve. PRir,that the la.tte
wotild brIlot in-'hi dusat,
Of eurse I Iknsa the "Plutea",ad thii balte.ker E"rsaleudieoat o:
of the big paperisare fighting him and will tight lhi to th, e-nd. o t ohk
at their '9 tuff Does OnEofI them tell WI tY a .t ftored oute et obi Jb Hi.' :,:
sa0 be allowed. 4e work on Vaeoautabandoned land.ot in an ab agdoned .aqterVy
or mtll? NOT ONE.eo far as my reading- goes1 And ite. dg. e their erIs a i*
about a o0XY".sSinolair saya,"We'll bluy *thbfir stuff with T=CrifiCATzS ^ *
their products in our .atori~e-housus,aad there l1t these- wPa ke.' ( O.ORKas vis.
trampsanow) come to .thee atores and by what they w t ,there with these esaMt
.ertifiatee. Of -osree'i What mbre, bae andpitae ial pR oeoutd.b prAlS PV
with _te. douLtfry lylg flat on its be' k -here'*t' tS thWtWw bj thef l- -s:pa
S~UT l'aS in :.929af. r -which they had bee Vpreparg see th's last-pre.4i.
pasi-4- 9 was ot? .. "
Zf t want a gratd biok flp(aud .easfl4ttv. TaA a 04.
S w. |oapW. *e^ ) they'll knje right eon fifghttat$ su thingsa t. 8
vi' W ti.tw present arplITs "ORROWV huge 0aS tr 2A3lkSWtR$v'v I
an ist.teest *hasiat w~.wli- qjf:nal the leae let6f we nettw -,the e t -.!,.
di*igil holes lU t.he groud and f11 lig the Au agaigta t "a ffi L tft
am aub it as poesibe 4 ilaltar -3Nio BOmOri rINQTHaP' A I IITSElt
*h a fl g tioT. ort to sitas d/TO .al d pepX frt t ramPs aed wsu W .,
ieldts. l Aii7 rneitt s dita- nla e hoettly earnelty eMaril" th eir. ow .Zf l
TIN TK 0RA103T 30 VTB&NG 1i1 B;ao0R3t I'J a x BaAZD OSI
GR&SAT8T PSRVIiGS 07 Wr LIXY IN A POLITICAL. A0Y.
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Belle Gla'esfla.
Dee,20.1934.

MrGeorge and Miss Patroiea Bush, -
1043 Stears Drive, .
Los Amgeles,Calif.
My dear George and Patriiai .
I've ordered a new ribbod but am sorry it is not here yetso we'll: sale thisU
one do,
You are thinking, I'm sureof very little else .right nowthan Chri'smll a
VTll,tbat's fine. Christmas is a grand dayjae other like it in the whole.Fear
I hope both of you go to Sunday Sebo'l and learn abatt how we- oae to batL Ohimt
mas. Your Mother csn tell you,though,as well as the teacher. And I OSui4 write
you a whole letter about it
Isn't it wonderful that such a oeblebeautiful,iweet thild as Jesus eae *pW
te this worldlived heresto.d hard timebeotter than many or us statd them :
helped people in every way he could t"ink ofehowed them how to be akid to *.I
ether and loving,so all would be mush more happy than they would be if tbhe
quarreled and scolded eath other,as some do? That's theobe,great wouderful
about Jesues he taught people how to be nice and good and kind. And IS we'll' i
that wayrtoogpeople will love us so very mush more than thby eould if we evro:
the other wayland we'll be so much more happy than we,would be,and so will .they.
I dea't knew whether I owt you a letter or whether you owe me one, If I'Ye:
waited all this time after ytu wrote me'those aioe letters I receivedI'm oery -
I did not-do better. And if you did the waitiagwheu the letter was due me fre :i
youpwell,I'll remember this isChristmas tim-Waud I won't feel ugly at'all abett :% I
itlfor I knew ehildret and young people have such a lot of thibineL thi nak :
sad to deothat they ean't do everything, J
Let's seeE How loss have you .bee on this world anyway? IB 0920Geoorg ttArit d
That wIs morethan 14 years ae, H1 a landed in Ft.LaVdrdala&lJ.&d we wN fl 1,
proud to have him. ThelPatrioia eame to California. Theo botGh of you v$i .:
us in Ft,,Lauderdalesiy 19g87whioh is a little more than 7 years age. W Isl'Ii;
that a long time il which we don't see eash other? And in.that 7 yearasyour 4 e
sweettleving Grandma Will left usutad west up ti Heavens, Wen't we- aL. be glad ,~
see her woeu God lots us do so? I think that will be one of the grandest -and ai
t welderful things in the World. for you say tOow-but you.we e .nt with iMr p
.-that your Grandma Will was just as angelanight here is this world. HOw R be
San get aseh finer and more lovely up in eaVToeit &i hard .fo me to gues. .
But you taew thbat,~i we are to o 9 p th ere and live with k- aftei we U t
through horenwer ust be good herelfor God doweant wantuSytyeaughtY people. .
there where the good upeple lvlw. The sagAbty eas *would Jus pil i06Wth itWte6
God will put them off sam* n re olewleehar they won't we's thingfs-p all t ,:
tue where the finesweet *ise people 14e. Ard I's flr sure yo walt t btot
kuid of people and l2ve with aush people whep you leai this world, I kMow I f
bat way.
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wbe %Jhty glad to send you am I thavT'tbwn able to k# ae y ftor Semet
.I rln bas Tjust ab-ot neathiaad a noms.ew kEu a %n w
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--AS 0logies; I Is
1--Apologies; I kno~r I've loafed on. 'ted obn me up,
buPt my 'e-irt'd Wit"h yo just toe arme;D -- don't lva tt bq iaked
up. t alwys w. i .to b. -ared "
.2--',eathe."- "'ere vrlsri' la-g spring -bides',otv. This B. eitsbut aoma. -
times we ht-e arn ecepti n. put int straight. b-ll t dey ngt think S,





must lii on ai hmyel a cLnd sc ndalsru". 'it mighty glad to ee'y leltsawt.
in Winter. ce 1 last ighit. W lay it A geprAtie lly nothing disare'with
nwe hd no morye obese thwr to i:e born ina .\dd our cold f.iy ke the ore.
ieg dew. I !-.t'by ahe-:tur- :.I oig.t--6oy. ,'
4--iSietl er:p I'; T rejoioing iieraah oB Christi.ito roiaoe .;od sliahad Se'dra-
onu e I:oitor e t lesltketbo my big sister.i Left p;.ut.er otn ,rthe hik -VI.'
gives us t'e foreign stufa ,:ind pute it straight b--ct dooe.w't think *o. -
must it*v on *inwshtne F:nd so:dal;stufi I'm mighty. glad to e e, leit, t. ',.,<.,
a--it hb;st ,mighty fine editoriall p'-.:ge;pr,-t-ietlly nothinfe disagre#'wIlth:.
8s some ofmy hoba lee written up'mtromg, .And I could s.-y lo.t more0,
4-Sinel-ir; I read-his .elderdaah' on ChristiM"Sci eoee,.;d ;tiahed he'adnadi"
up Just lIIltlIe E-t srbtbefort ehno tine nff Tut. that's t" e y. E- .:fewe
who arer intrterted in eoosomics and soei-l soieae--tihe right- ki6dto ua.ks -,
it worse;ee H; to know or -e;.re ibut religion I've bean u.p -g.ioat that tit..:
I wis aboHttsiek, 4eaeon t' e dth.-r sidegso msDy ''ohristiLias so- al ed' ae
way' c:-re- u rap about making this -world fit to bring up shildreusaan'd I t
fully I s A.iisgusted with wi' therr E i t:he pol ttical. Matari;lists,. .
Fewiodnee 1i's' so desaperitely hard to findi i cgdidate 1ho fits on both'.,
lines Z onsid.r whetb e ti.e m.ita job h-' s .ufter is e'raliio a- inwhbh 0asc
1 want him to hav satOe simos-pure religiod4or pelitiVce :a JhiQb aos
to put up witP such religion s e, y cvebut.iikt i _d.,n .. st..tei. .,a
-for e ageng worth while ogn plitics;of tkiad that tends -. .k@ this a 't
cent world ,.g
tnd rigpt there imlir cm in -RoNG fob r me Tkig ud l.oy -t .
putIng t'.im o god( dlte iad or i go:didle flastori.s,'-d helping' theW "
pr4dile some worth-ahile stuff, Then havlsi t'Y e 1State Govt. P' i t
idle wte-ho BseB .d etoresad pat these w orkerafor. wb.t ti;ey ,d,.produoiej
aned rty thetn 14ith 5tat-le gre.basksqOStiUE Axsutst. notbicg,30d go .4 as-gla
tje purpose in mind. T1`8 et-a tbr fellows oatf their gtre, -
b e tly toe ad ots@ sitor e und bu ht tb irmO1e. uouald ar fitb. f a rt~ent #
i th .e tds u ke 'tor mtad thee let him takq it hoe ad thrown .b0o



in tCR .. stoDre te forrer igs ,ry.... -.ed-others ,av, be .a.I helt4uf
on t otse Ftbig t t nt hari or a ed ti'to is h0m--te
.Btt e dto lose hs vhe for quit t.-he's od'e haprs .eaie ,cd th sel a horn
tly bPe--and it lohks tp be asheaelt ;ain g d eosrit tbe State& fUSthf
"in phterisricf it a be -wrould gAt d.t peop I. miller itse sern ehaemes. te
rosy for wordet hiring moBL dOT to otke !rnd D.STROT teht rhey havd q ie er
ll,thisn pl- ~heywas F A Rl A d-A .y fwe ra wt wasut ofmig nut "O wi-taiittK
thbttl'd ,Iost b+a'e wslke t .to Callf, to heWiV him get the cba- r. to ushe w L
psltieia-nho4 to do'SO:".;Tiif'O, And Vt hed when i *w hoh be ---d betu 1. L4
B' COEK0.P "'%'i.B8e Jf-il gU ry l .eae':go .d- otbers hve be ui'I fyplt. bet':
n."t I understaod he:'s not quittiang--he's-been preaebing t;Ve gospel a--lt
time--and it loksa as tht seelbt I- backing douvanad ve,;rivg: tobVi t
"'rlght which manes tbe- wrong. And the peop' e. will determiatevome tet~.4y
Sto see something G SIBL2 de*veiUd .the more back-downs precede lhe A 7':-
ternlaeJ they'll get. Only I dojepe we e0.a g,:t out of this m -s wlthbtiti.

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S proud as. e eo Lareoee i. driving ab.&ad with his .tae ad' .hc ieE;
Iplaing -bout tweaty mo right aloug, iavent t' hea-rd f'rin -.Gertrade
J~ust ree utlybut had~e thalbght I'd try -to. see them a a n .it' the l4aSe,
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saeas in ::iiamiz" 't-verglades Coamstrautioq Qo.
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tl. egI y d&etted .soid4wniih kIl s- th.e n,~,lo and'almosat "3top~. u..k,- w r':.
Road 26 ft which I p ave been .workia id1 yrats3and th St1'te" d idb4 i'
lpg on with red .funds. Aitd I tlihim w r t one4obbi io ti6- .li::
ijiaer: it la to1 gist those dams out,promi. o ight'. g.he'li
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barrsexde frm .'r raiif.g wbor h1 f product, .-I thi ikt' p e '
of peooep ea,-ting to drive, us oit and get a monopS .'

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Dear brother Tem:
Yor letter reathe yesterday Just after :a l
you a card with a m.42 ftmaAer that yeo wor gettingg. .
fer tful of your faithfbal is ter who alsvay amnwere a.ll ,y
letters most promptly. Bat "better late thea ever" -a the
saying has it, Raw beoo reading in the papers about yewr
cold *aasP "ae sorry to Irar of the aags it easeA the gariden.
and fruit. iT have bema esat fortunate -so far- Rate had a wea
derful fall, even missed aost of our disagresabla east wlialt
have had the finest rains w have haad in many oseaoes s eariy
la the fall. About nlna ilshes -so far, which is as8 mek as soee
of our hard years have aff erld i an entire yrar. The rjmat hiv
omne so gently.too,whloh makes theu worth *ioe as aWh as iwhe
SthLre are dowa peus tf t t~a off and aroe -latrA' ^ftU a' gre
damage by' oarryi the soil ad boi ldAs ftiroia *6 r fi' de adA -
mountains. Mabl'e rasnh il in fine shape. Iae paid. better' thIs
year than for a long thie, though proies are still yey lew, but
she ham quite a variety of eroe, Besides the altris,there i a
huge grove of avaeooas, an quite a lot of walasto The Hazos
are wonderful customers for the aTaoe ase Cae to the heou and..
buy them,ao she make more from them thkn when she has to ship them 1
and pay oqats. She doesa't'gt half the price they used to brlana
Tet one month ashe sld 9Seofs warth, so yaou eas imagine what
quantities they prto-e "
Speaking of our faalj.e all are well aAd Ae L.Lwell,oelpsarat ve
ly. None have ever bea la t h bread lineat a .t aa atd W
would ever be reduodto suoh stralta who had Ia i lea of the roe
oure e of apply, whist h altitudes are protvig,tn apite df sesm-
ing lack ard sarolty, that supply to ever avallab.le.eve as
David realsld,.hoen he sal he naver knew the righteous to be fC-- t
saoeor his seed tbeggi break od,
Lvan madAe, aloes In the world, has made a good living for har-
self and Betty fee ,*aring all these yare; Of eoanr she gata a ,
little alimony from her former husband whioh helps; bt she has
sas weaTrfally well Usellia books and during the last tw yeas
S has b.e *o aga e ell;too g f or a Chikeoo fIfm.o I -a expet g
saew e e-m law olefoe long. Maute has been emagtp tVo a~r
fle am~ n for sate time, ad they expect to~ b aitd ere lat t .
Too bat marriage ia on amsh a absat fovmatties th!esel .a*-
But I believe he and Raute will make it all right. He Is a nans it
Atweatlto an t efinssat. ant was qulte well-to--A a few yrem e
age hat v.l~abl3 preporty l Ohio where he was ralost but lt
s* maay lost it in the great mash of a fow years op. We
erpoeting another weddaig the 27th ef this a nmth, That T I Jesi e '
boy Jean who is to marry a ry fine yoag woana ot Berrytl,oy6 *S
is Just flinahing her last year at the University., n. ea th
geuag lady are each the only othlA in their reopeotinvs fati .
Ss it is a great *easmion fo thorm all. Josa haI a evit$L ..
the Seeat moemeat that pa hi a s o salary,aad alo *&I
S: ot o*ag i, so he Is able to oars for a wafe, As i .* a
f *a yl.g man, atd eO lam appreoavted by Seeot aftliea e a
thi en atelrm to New TWhk lst winter in the iBtitareetset f t
\, meVwouat imiy's Lrbert,whe lives ti 'orl sh 4
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Elizabeth has been home for quite a while, and ha-sn't had a
chance to do much in her line since her costly iVaoo was wrecked
last March, But her escape frgm death or permanent disability
wIs so wonderful thnt she can t complain, For weeks she had
to go with her jaws wired together, being obliged to live on
liquids, her Jaw broken in three plnoes, and her teeth Jammed
down into the gums until her condition looked hopeless, but I
worked for her for many weeks and now she shows no sign of
what she passed through, only for losing a few teeth., Most of
them were saved and look as natural as they ever did,
,7 short time ago she was engaged to drive a big plane back to
Chicago for some one in "os -ngeles and bring another on her'
,return trip, She made the trip all right and all by herself.
S3he is surely a gritty youngster. I am in hopes she may'get
back in her work again,if it is the right thing for her. She
surely l9ves aviation.
,' I don t suppose you have heard I am great grandma now, Myr-
tles daughter iargaret who wos married a year ago last !May has
a four months old boy. She is the proudest little :'other you
nearly ever saw. Was down to see us not long ago with the baby.
Well as to the political question,Tom, I must say I have no
faith in fellows like Sinclair who are so egotistical and self
important ,and so sure that all the world'needs is to let them
run it and shcw how things should be done. He got no votes from
Iany of uv. I am not saying he may'not have somy good ideas, but
he does t know it all ,I am sure. If he hadn t written so ma-
ny books'and done quite so much indiscriminate- condemning of
of every body and every thing that couldn't see things as he
1faw them he-might have stood a little better ohanoe to try his
experiments, We all know the evils that must be corrected,but
many who are not capitalists and exploiters of the poor felt
it would not be wise to turn Sinolair loose on ualifornia.
If factories and ranches have not been able to hold their own
under the supervision of capable and well trained men,how
could they be run by a rabble of inexperienced and irresponsible
men, We know many worthy people are down and out through no
fault of their own, but we also know that many are in this con-
dition becauseof indolence bad management and dissipation.
..e know there are too many who don t want work if they can
get support some other way,and too many have been inoooulated
with the hatred of commtnism,and have no regard for the rights
of others any more than the selfish wealthier elasnes, '.any of
this kind'show no gratitude whatever to any one who tries to
help themand are ready to wreck the property of others at
every chance, After the fearful wreckage of the war,and the
crime and dissipation that inevitably followed it is no wonder
things are in a mess. but the world has got a lesson to learn,
and until theylearn something of true brotherhood and Justice
no human schemes theory or opinions will start the wheels roll-
ing, No godless'Communism,or other diet vtorships can ever set
any thing right, I believe our .wtd~saa and Britian,the nearest
Christian of any oountry;have a great work to do when they are
sufficiently purged to do what they hnve been set apart to do.
I don t believe any tyrahioqal.otator will ever get a stand in
either of these countries, I know that God, infinite intelligent
is guiding the affairs of men whether they know it or not.
In one of our books ie the'statement that "Divine "Tind guides
tever event of our oa eers." The right leaders have always been
p ovlded n htogb a aike oses so divinely guided to lead his
peop ouof ae







As Science and Health declares "Divine M',ind always has met and
always will meet every human need," But the great leaders of
the world are not the atheistic bunch who claim so much these
days,God's divinely directed leaders have meekness and might as
Moses had. As Abraham Lincoln and other great men of our own'
country.All true intelligence is a reflection of the one aind.
Any other so called intelligence ,scoffing at wodand self suffi-
oient, cruel and tyranioal is only a counterfeit, "There is no
ife,truth ,intelligence or substance in matter, all is infinite
Aind and its infinite manifestations I could never vote for any
man who scoffed at God and religion in every form. Such a man is
lacking in real intelligence; Progress is a law of God, ns ooi
enoe teaches and can never be checked, it is spiritual and the
world is going through a mental revolution and reconstruction that
mortal mind knows nothing of. To quote a little from oyr lesson
this week, Haggai says "For thus saith the Lord of hosts: yet
once it is a little while, and I will shake heavens, and the
earth,and the sea ,and the dry land. And I will shake all nations
and the desire of all nations shall come," Haggai 2:6,7,
Then from Science and health "Undisturbed amid the jarring tee
timony of the material sense, Science, still enthroned, is unfold-
ing to mortals the immutable, harmonious,divine Principle- is un-
folding Life and the Universe, ever present and eternal,"
Good is an unfoldment, not an accretion. Christian science is at
work in human consciousness waking the sleepersand raising the
dead-in materiality. Evil of every description is being dragged
from under cover, held up to the light which it cannot stand.
at to again quote from S&H "Evil uncovered is two third destroyed
and the other third destroys itself." We need have no anxiety
about a world roared for by infinite intelligence. Jesus said in
Tuke "When ye hear of wars and commotions be not terrified," God
rules and reigns over all, and when human mentality yields to His
government, then will the new heavens and the new earth appear to
all and the"knowledge of 4od cover the earth as the waters cover
Xhe sea," I am glad you appreciate the '-onitor-so much, I
Thought that would be an acceptable Christmas present, It is a
paper I would net know how to get along without, getting better-
and more appreciated even to the ends of the earth all the time, I
subscribed for it as soon as it started and have kept it up ever
islnce. I feel it has been my'college. Don't you enjoy the Ma1azine
that oome with the ed, lssue, What do you think of the article
un the last one oE"seoarity Through Pensios" ? There is a great
Interest in that proposition, if it would work it would be a great
help to many,and seems'more sensible than many of modern schemes
to relieve the strain, W'ish you could have read the articles a
while book by Mr. Chamberlain about RUssia. He and his family
lived there ten orr-twelAeypears and ougHt to be able to give a
porreot picture of the situation there, In this last Magazine is
/'an interesting article by his wife on Russia, That was another
thing that made people wary oTeSinolair, He had too much admirat
2ion for that so-called government. No Communism for us. It could
never getf-a foothold here among a peopl- like ours, Russia never
has known any thing but tyrrany and oppression,and Stalin shows
how much he loves the down trodden, if they dare to differ from
him, by his ruthless executions,banishments, and famished mill-
ions a year or two ago that they deny themselves; but Mr. chamber-
lain knew all about, Well I think I had better conclude this mag-
azine before I wear out'your patience. would d be glad to hear from
you at your convenience, 7ith much loves Sister Hettie,








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I've ordered a new ribtom but have not reed, it yen
Christw time Great and inspiring time/if we enter ilto ita i spirit Ji st t
think what it meana,and the heights to whilih it will lift us and all .aikii..f'
we only will.
Then it's the time of giving of giftenaad I greatly enjoy that part, petlIr..y
if I san be on the giving side.
hbis aide again,I'm unable to share in that delight, I've Ituag led tar 20
years for this magnificent country,unparallelled in otimate soil and ltdoa.ett
But-we're still in the hands of the Amoritel who are detealiqed wo shall Iet '.
go up and posiees the land"ihowever many times we have paid for- tti laud-n
'paytstxaxesmounting higher and higher,and other charges. :
I've worked 16 years for A ROAD. Thatoy6u eXpiet these days to have all rea9 i:;
when you come. rest've worked since 1913 for a road,,. Te first we've bea ,
swindled out of eo,16 years ago,I began en another. Wie'v .beao swindled- out, ofI
that toobut we're still after it;and now have enlisted UNCL3 .IlA to fitaunI i.:'
That looked mighty fine, The road follows our eaoaltfrom ldO te. ed-- LakIMt'
tiw--right by my doorgand will be worth a great sma to our inelion when ftimIe
But the CAIAL theroad fellpwa is is aportant to us as is the. poad.eaud a .gel.
offietial--Florida--like--ktll14 the canal in 1924:thereby -seali'g our deo -i'
we could get repeal. WrllI've bean fighting eer since '2i to get that ease -i F1
storedlturned dowadonr slammed in facevete.,gete.till resettlyr got into t JiIAW
th our road-blag,eNgisee.rl I showed thebaa road would do us no good une4i a
was f it for useearrying biets and exoese waters we should farm And I l hera S
them aome- mases of r4ek--ruidOius to theeaoal- were just what the tAD l .l D.-
awd would they not take out these reeks and build them iito the-ROADMW"l it t1 a
Most assuredly, Glad to do it. Good b-Iuinle all ,,roud. Killiag 2 birds Wt*t
Slat Zlast.I threw iyself lbtsklad breathlr d a Nigh of llefS. BOTE ROAD A INDI4.
at last AStURSD. H URRAHP l JI Q1 bet .,:
Yes but dol't get iato tao imuih of"a hurry. That eOw? lellihAvlt 't yte!l li
T'0 IG DAJlZS E AVE B-'-N BUILT AGR OS YOUR CIAALGCOMPLS T KL ING IT? li5.- x
e wgl:o'Are you dreaming? Go aid sea. Ttni I lerared in a gs between 'itlA
.aS, A Lt.Il entered the office. of my good friewdA.the ld.ttg-swhel 1 bail.
"S$ De you know your easal is DSAMMD. flid Ikows all about it. H-R. l8i tW j W
y" d'yeas and tells me. He was along there tesently.gitti ready to .."i t;j
Seear' BOAT the '~ OL3 LSGTH OF THE CANALito USI3 IN IUE.iTHM i.ADi ll
a bloeeg of the gam.. *A da'-" TWO DAs of .i.h isk ? Bal :-t
tie stay$eein.Fr* "BIt .by asthrty?r of Vs* net XLa Y4rIAn4ul a .L
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Wtlr **t dalay reply, l, f t I b t.Id p 1 ta. .riti'a : yhow,
.: C wI tr rd trarso l has' *p"d' F ".Ce"l $s oo l oi i'" 'tA4 "" ,. :i-.
.of t. through tripluit *i*. bAeda tm aw ially iLerod', t at Yea C ,i'
6aly Rnauioke day", la fa .vre -stuted tUtf.,audtr i a' gret W
i. sW.y weaylad, met t hel -6 l.at jelfe .
l- ltef t l0 'triesdB he if i.,e d-hd' a fe" eali. a a 't. tf"r tuine"q t
aabltitan i,t di is *ree it !a fewa years. than wk stea*plth: : it ifea-tli as i
Ai I road the tidgs. you alse,' a praes to. say what ueam raiss,tp I
lO6s e, fielder from 1915. shebft-s what we bad proe'd eut #] *iw a, ;on'ay,4W rr
arly day.' Affidavita fir it .
S.2nt b *ai AB3- to do. -at1.:tad- I-well3Yt t y'e t, r*/ Iu I qtM
tla. ae Oke sh eb* 6irtbe *a leading farn regie- A a '6-a log -WsA +4=
INst nothing e -.-


gsrir. it ali tho he .the SER ,eS CO-.M .DIflo r1T 4. i hers.el. nI. t.. a.
wiwtWb rGldi,B buyers. 'teU 1 tale. I sbeuo.c ......: S
'tnkz g ti.";e tsaw te rtoi Xban:4ts Z4" tmiT WStett


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r' Ihad mough 2agifhat rlad I'm1a 3a tors a aw a*'t

Va u4111 f-ightitg tts get flt no t lkto bawn st 1attMt
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Apablieityrte. We're after our CsNmg*s. to t S wr. -Mua ri Wtea ai

faewt1hres day later,we haL a good meelg. -ain J.PLrM.3ebah to argainse ftil y
fight Iv.firea(e'r laud bures whOm dry),&Cud push the gs1.welfare 1w all -
*ludg. Govt. resltaW.('ardeu abi:rrbtas, Time presisfg,)
In 1932 n d '3 ,I spent nearly 11 mee. in .Wamh.,JD.C.fightlAg our battles-`-magd
triply hard beosuse of our Yle. enemies who go there teoebouuud to heldth irgr"tj.

You klow,I got N.ael into this me s but with perfoot Sieod.ei ecieoeuisad I ft ~
t is largely to help out t. cae I got In. b3t bought ino a maga.ifices la'e un.
parallelle' In "1' .;mueh like wh t .;lwo:edTTanned &t 'DOrham and Delhi in- Calftiyra
after I had worked ut my plan, It meat a tow~afively laid outwith little farnS
near bytand much no earation made posiible by our GRGANTIZATIOV. The lead iIs w.
Pe rb. Irt ; : lies dead till we win our fightaand taxes pile up.'1) .,

eore's why I. w P to write ury to-day: I suf:red a shook last- eight. You )Cfsw
thbit on arch b.190'0,ay .reloi.os wife wao suddenly takes from eo. After. the. fwerte
al--et Ft,.Louder:'lea--I eiaea u;lfero to my aoe Lawrence's hms, 'ihlo- here I wnt'e:
let'erseOe to ]-:Y, As I reell .it,I mailed the letter ead returned to Ft4,Ld.s&
wEs set here for ru-'ay moCttfe Lfter:, .
Jel'au olerk of :Liwreoee' ',inu io king thru his dee,ousme upon rv pykgoe.of, Vere

bhiefly betwe n Zawrnce .a6d zyelf, I went thru tinEmpesd fontd a'few mere kittahq
whem to my setemiBhlmewtpI qtlme up n the oee A(in bplue.) It was sti'l ,etaed5 It .
w- as atleaddres ed(3an Dioge),End ..a'INE3"D(See lowerlt ceraer.) TTjuW It ijey
back toe awarecea,4. h Just at:chod itisot knowing its purportt, 6 the pl h.oa4.
FORGOT AL DCol IT'' Ad here,4a years afteriml fiadil it. for tb o first Ueto:
Well-'lil send it, 'nd y u''l knov. I did not forget you in one of the sadest h'ea,.
or life. ---(?)riad I hl d returned to.Pt,Laud,efer m sth.e .

r.Sl3 d Mead wc.is- oat a officOal a iCalif.,End .in now Director of thbUi. *,c
Rselamuition servicee I know hiip,.nd see him when in ..,C. It'S a p.rt e.tf 'r fe.-
hope that we mry (G Z II fi to Ik- c.-:rge -of our Geot.,Reclmt.~~a or t-em/w ne a,
a great Buaces-,,nd as time wil'-ld lost*.IH e han kno'.v our Glades sinoe 1908O8,ad
thinks highly of it.
SI'hope myL ond e-11 the otherb i are wolilYou s84 :. irioneLa3 AagIlolI pre .a.,
I reed. fine little letter fro- her two Children a. few day s uine.(CO rge wie
it,) ?ls. h-ve -' daughter in the Ujami Suburb9Coral Gab-les I aee- her and tauoiv
y t time. ier husVBtd is in conatructioa buBines-,and they hava finesweex t
lit e girl.. .- a i -
Srire oocrsiotns I get a li-n from iretler IfrrrTa,y1sr Cr k,Okl; Hle get.
*ah t in t" Ge.de tSpttrf s eage*t to lit herebut la5d never reiyt
owe wouderfil Iroy wn.ea raised os it abaut 191., -
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Deo,28,1934.


lriHavold 1.Lane,
1401 Ortega Ave.,
B eral Gables,Fla

liy dear :'arold:


Lawrence told ma of your let er, Thank you, I'm hoping all of you had a
grand taie. I kelp thinking of little Sh ron, Sheis just of the age to eaeo
uech things.

Glad you're in on bldg, Rd,'26, Remember,I'm it's father and have fought
for it 16 yearaoso you must A'o ; good job.

Maes you're in the enginuoes' offioe,12th.fleer, D ado Co.Court Houselebe a
to ner iof .In;.1eoskinsltBd give him my beat regards. I've agomised ever
thot original dim over our c,. nal more,I imagindttha. evea he has. I'd li
show him thr letter which,at lastI wrote the Gveremo Some say results fe
lowedibut ,r.3cullezmjmber of the 3,1,ConDist,and fathere-ia-law of Jeff
,-it--Whief mise ier-mak~er on this read and oasale4old me quite reefEtly %hc_
world restore the dam fittinc it,I judge,eo the dam..sers earn e p on 1kil#ing 1
creps e ury .intr;~, -dammberir; 13 yeara i .the OLD.3-T *Up'"1R GLAD-S3 33''TLi3"N'
foandea by yi'.rs trulyI' v not beew petfAla ed to raise one pSany's veith i
crop, And of:.'iails oaa aliep Sweetly while we starve.


l Beat reg-rds 'o all.


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SENIOR DEGREE MEMBER
THE LEAGUE OF OURT18
ALESMEN

GEORGE BARNARD BUSH
1043 STEARNS DRIVE
LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA
December 30, 1934

Dear Grandpa:

The ribbon in our typewriter is not so good as it

it used to be either.

There certainly must have been a great deal of

Christmas mail this year, because your letter did not

reach us till after Christmas.

I certainly hope everyone had as nice a Christmas

as we had. Whether they did or not however, I do not

know; but I belitve that everyone celebrated this great

day in one way or another. The quotas for the Community

Chest and other beneficial organizations ware overly

fulfilled,hbtt as the minister of our Church says, "It

is better to give thanr to receive'

You asked in your letter whether or not we saw the

Warner Brothers production, "The Last Wilderness". I am

sorry to say that it has not played at any of the local

theaters as yet, but we shall watch for it. One picture
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that Patricia and I saw however, I belkive will stay with

us for a long time. That picture is Alexandre Dumas,

immortal "Count of Monte Cristo", which is wonderfully

enacted and well worth the price you pay to see it.


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Hoping that you are in the best of health, Patricia

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year MTarin: .
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S it dinner hero to-day,we hp.',ened to remember tha s the Beacon for the .twI
bi' Itt-dirysyourf t(nd Lawrence's. A.1 of ushad forgettea that t),'y were right .o
S uu. L.awroncq alnd family are starting to 1'.Paim Beadh.and he wants me to ,tell
youhuw sor -y he is -he forgot your n3tal dy--his own net mattering so much.
19:i% lesn 1891 le;-ve: 44',. tel ,wel-i And it seems but a ; few we ks. sincGe
So:U-v my LO.:; ld tLe dr.said, .el ,you've gt a little gi ltbhis trip."
,dd now she ,as twethe oldeat.b,in 1920,will-se .a be 15. HBe we are oemiag
.algag. (Seh uI:'w this machine sticks at startingland & "'echa.ni' tws -fikt1
itright awiy')
a1 enjoyed the note from your hopefuls very muqh. Shall be glad torecei ,
moroe: ny ime.

I kne T've be-n mighty slow writing you. Slowed down on -',but all my corres.
awhile back. '"p. rushedand had a. fearful coldnearly laying me up.

I watch the r-reA news about CAlif. weather. sometimes think it leoks seri-
eusBbutt usu:1Ty turns out prot y w: E.l, we'vee been enjoying"' 2 cld snap,.
The first killed crops badly,and s;leted dowa business, Just ,a few nights a'nae
we thougn t -:e were in fot an ;the~r fr2-ze,tlut it firedd off."
n:oloued b:ind bill sug eats a matter taking much of my time naw. It started
it riami.but I'l1 have to push it,if it goes over. It say take me.tto D.C.agai0
which I h.,ll? not mindif I can rise the lucre. l:ave done so twioestaying,
all together,nearly 11 moo,
:;ashiagten ie improving, I see the new Justice bldg. is done. It wEaa just
starting when I left. It's for the Supreme Court,and stands betw',en the Cap-

itol and Cont. Library., Lar-e,fine bldg. lo-:ks much too large for 11 mee8but:
others will ae let inua doubt, .

Tbhe old.retten Penna, Ave,--which so shocked and asteolased me in 1900 whe*
I weet there from Viobita--is being vastly improved. For one thbingyour Preost
S dt .ha._t. A e a se rn sLthalt..A Boue. I saw them frequently,aud felt,
they woe on nst raig 'fPif~ wslbut for poor men to want Govt, money dees a0
always go down well. Sae bow this maagine -is ratingL- "'A poor workman ebusse
his tols."1
I fel that Fla. has fonled aloagead beaten us out of our mevaeylog .emugh
here on the fuergla-es iand if we can get Utia Sm to take the Stat.s's landprea
toot our interests,and reclaim the whole,w e mKgetta hanse yet. "a my wall,$s
a may of my *ke'la3ta town site. If we had hb rhaee,and not been run ut-i
I might,by this timohave been able. to. send brth-day presents galore to my
bcildrea. Lots wore Bell-ing' thelIsTlveTgat a good rate. People paid lash otft
ST ki n payments were nearly alinays kept upigroBmptlyad that phaea of my wort
leei l mighty good. Then t4e official enmom stamped the life jut of At'aad
d91;:e us eut,and has 'ot let us retOrnuor.raise a penny worh ef.orp sig


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flit teiripftt Harol Lasn Tis oaMtraotibg %tm; Thas
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.aee. ,h otuded'the illloulsub.-b tz'yg to.ae",the* .:- b# 4 .
ial. -( -.rifh.:.
Your man3r,.Towbse dga'tebea U stirdnrkg up u the ,uiiuals .ssia
bn dowun,but be niay tur up, again. Awatbe -rtoae let
..mredome dayrtsef ng alh..' the Wotrk. aad itttpgl this mlinatrEn itS 4
.t:he prduot. If t* 'done tbth.' l doesaive all '.th y a got-- hiesh a' p''~
agaite t Townand-'s aales-tax featw... Th,' 0o io t -bit ggast a. .ett
*flhr"-if Calif& b.aet .it. It taxe tbhe peoeaas lttt .the ?pi 6. pIftytt tta
i 0a. 0 o .ly. But i' goa of, his : te taka. 4i b &e...at. t6- ti. utt~r g
say where the mo.ey was coming frzt i. b ,ias btette. :'^ 0 per .othr atot


greattl.y .to ay its, wwa w ay
oirBeae 3Bll reoe.tly sent Be a Viaa etOl-.; Agei p ie ei" ~hia0ti, t AJ&.M.ti
tha t. has a let of go*d to it.. eo theb Lk'et vr.: -ave w t .cai. ..,.
aOted* That- plan would' .h.v all the w.rerB', ilpeyd: a Y b0.y ts- : em,. s.i' 4i
.thera wiy around-deposi me oey 'rbthig .ar U 0it ti, tw~ 'Jlw r r
Satt e ained a ~ie ag epwu d raet~nraorid da. is tb.Lsea. &ett it: .frt teti 4. -
a.-oQffith above leaving. -etta@l tea s ayiags-. ra4 would 6tbe-rhe big4l..i
"t e things are : goi P Ow.' -And Ei ta would s-o prb'yos .a : e" tWC e'-,
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asgot wa breakfast at a reitauratt,a&* oauflt ay flin s /,-
We're ou Rond 86 buiaesu, Tagi t soaedhad to be one by, tbhg lil 4 a
off,a d .1all must alt. WeU Btped "in t Lauaw hfitfl u "p tbee' letsg jtbttIW
found what they did not .ico rued on jo .ti m,wiant to -thi toad asaL ;t .
Of fioc acd foust the d man we waBtd ioat was -AWAY, ( Chief Eoilktie ) i:ai b llt
uauMrElM1e.,we t awe absof t lof badt ewavtd strutk at otrat


wet gee vit tat ha d l.arld at the .iWtflrs' off @X,- SB,,ul B wed. mb an -,
dore Brel 'kto- .Tlla maeeo pleaI .With the (orlivi? J1W4aq ta i dif, 14 ;:..
To hit. ita4er had his bralms with him d a. I idt u.LOf gaet upF a wir to
. ,thfeRoad off dA in Tal'lahea b ,and all o. yota'eb: it. .' We Idi sea"t '.e,*i j
and et f in ssaww.r .. They bare 00, goifrn ifnte o.nt ead a ow o Th.
eare or. 2 twanty-mii@atrdetae aon aT Lake esd,te ofly at Mdul. eOd:t
fraB .lt i.Caaullt" ..Broward Ooithey W pqiig B ..t..ate ,.ot W.ttS f .w, :.-iM,
thef wruld ask. bne,Sea to give us enough nor to ftiniah the -oadsP.ii l1 n.b,
*orth Uoa~dl onda very fOew south of It t. daeoettwit-brseauh. ,bildm .erth
( above.)m m ;m I m m : m "i
Thbe S~eate has iet i et pased _the- '' -*. il l.lp1 lili,.:at w .Fl Al at
it a. is tnget a un4 i rf lliouuho s ts ireB ue I a g"tt ee.ti, :. re"d
balance. Heace .411 will be we. '. .
Tihe 1w pra. d thl .over tw rPet-i pp,; frts the S a~mtI l qaa &;
i,with w big vire ftro HalIhas. ,oui. he frot 'tie i. ai 4g. ",' :.4
So theeAthig d re tr tell B thaae kept me ]g* 1n Ma. e P
did UothavOe tw ,t, e.t aitt tct ll teae ly otut p.t t S.(ab.ut B Po M. urry a I wate) : ...
Next tho a n. o.t eoteiwg t ,W to I. ',I'mlikely t .d t -D.C.i' 1i
'.t... strtb t ant. eato barve ste ped I rocked u"p a oeetiBg be"rat or .7 '.$ i
To ..a -4a.iioel pu.% ower 0,x'0,-b M -11W- LAW 1 b# 14 :.wax: 6-, .. ,:m' dp...: '
no. before Z ..trip.2P-7),fad galve a there dtit t othe YI UhiBts' AeWit*i
bhar.ly lifted aisga I .torkedmd 4t* st it; br-' q4 f l ;. A..I
aiettig tsefrilas whtfl l.tbltv h putonty aor Straueg t4e.d ithBs a ;
OX W.I thas .wahi h tWWetht*ralacrf a e WA..ORS4f-t ease t9o nsTOF
WIjh l btredanugcad twrid his eisbt. to ,kl, fl k. )qe. Iat .lii. fatiihsaut
*Mr .Senuleuo thi BdEir0t .naXlost ow- t fi t $Ua.wettuaifflse a t.ol@'1ai]'Mat
thiB *nded their (.ffrtias) work. Nothingatrer tb*.eiit#. inB ttieakM L
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I doubt if I told youAugf.;-st*I had Aiscovered saue misehief-makers had
DA .JD O'4R NOTH CCAL,,7TIGliT AS A DA 3Kseo siuould not farmhand t'ie r6ad eage
could bet run tair boo.t u; addown the canal in doing their wdrk. el1,I had
uthrty, to g! Lifter thti plague;butrarrigeh~oreWlearued Ja1W' MAD GO2 T"Ai POWB6 ,
Themufor 4j monthsue Uav o tried t. got ima to make the dalmaers take out thb
dua crge to jail, I wrote him a full latfr asetrong sal know how, He never an- -
ewered it. NaxtI :wrote the .Co0 and t.ld him nuwh he probably never heard of
vud eralored epiy of my letter to Jeff, So a afterthe dam war reported ."':OT"
but we think it ie only partly out,and in sudc ocadition the dainmers can ae-
place the dg when they please, and pronbbably with Jeff's consent. Suoh is FLA.
OFFICOIALDOM., PRemzaber,fR. :-nd no 2:., o -untyover buil4 us a road,tho ,reB had
all mranuzr of authorization frr r"ead2u It to.kt`u FlZJ.OVaw to ensure the roard
As to aomin,"! think I'l t t to be there in a few weEksmat amostfor a shert
stoy,re D.C. trip 'You'd nea L~i.': Ld..on that.., Seat two letters tcpday to i.ld4rn.
on this trip,urglnLt be to joinaund adr1 strength ti the effort. ( lielm and @ o..

Ac to ro m~oi'm very sure little Sharon and herGraadpa gan get along tegether
FIfNELY. Tell her soe I'll haTe lots -f fan with her,toJI'a sures
Regard to hnrold.
Cordially yogrs,
P,,. Irve nuot told ylu about our North
Canal, In 1913,it furaiahei u pretty go-d
drainagepand go-d transportation by boat:
ttVetwo absolutely eusential thiagsn But Fred
Sll't killed botb of thesetsnd dr.:ve us out
and kept us out, So the road,for w-Ach I had
worked 16 yearswould do us no g-.bd uiles. we
could get pur oanal restored, Here.'s how I handled this I saw the Hoad Bgi~--
eers--fine meu--cad showed them, on my mapijust where r cke sticklag up frao
thebottem killed our O*asalour drain.ago and reclarotios aad trnoportation. The -
I showed them how easy it wnuld be- for 'T-g to blaet and dred ge that roak.out .
and build it into the rnad(lThey saw the point,and slid, "'Yy y.iuthat will be
killing two birds with oea'stopu. "**'1 d that." But T was afraid to tell.&
thing so gord last enemies make than take back their prra4se. But Mr. Mo'ty,ou
th..7th ,brought thematter up, nd showed'W I is st rog for that plaunna he said
the engineers are, ton. And another mAn said they would take out much more rook,
from emd to end ,thaa I had h .,ed for, So we may have a good. oanal a-d good
roadpbnthat last,aud tlus RESTORE ;J "PITRIEDCITY",and bring in settlers agan,.
Let's pray for thin; T.E.'. (1) T-sia would oeable thai to KUIJ THi. O A1121 ,'O',







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Depr rIry a d T7 nrzoe,- .. .
I r e letter tn bo.th of youhenae will combine replies it eone mia-ive
Ato ir'rrn f;-.3iy datapgood with D.s.t. Hore it is. I epeot quit":a Fot oj f :.
time stud.wnii letterotnd orgnniseig the matU.te 'ou in .. thatpon our Mothers "
9as well r- 'n our Fether's side, rkut right .badk 0 the t GEQATr'J-,Y2 OLUTIIO NAR. ..i
WAR. Of curre&f wTe favored 'n "rwVolutin6* r "war" ow,again at .11il.tdBtaeg
fir wir:~e tb- *ur fore-fatht:r;' suffered .t the.hb-nds If King Georgdo -w would.,.::
be crointd *.out -*nd clans-ed with outla.wsend. crimin:L1s. ,

Y.-u knr1w T d, net believe in wrl; aond-,ince-" hi'sto ry io"a. lie greud updVon". -i
we hb-e liin.red iour milite.ot nnceetorc r nd mad-e ourea ut .virtti.l v a-y 1 oly U i
Butrc..?iang, betweo the lineeI b.-vo found th:nt'ta:i war was abt atu bad as
most ntber5l;end we oruld probably, have gotten plong without it just &a t sieGaea'C
dinner didi~n': t.ey are 'fine je-ple,'
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I'm very glncr to help the faTmily in- afy way' I can. There's juut one third f'a1b
it th.-t biten ,it's that D.A.R. you know,-I've P.ttended their meetings,-aad r&t:d:..
their resolutinns atc.,etc.,acd .71ng tinee diac'veredJ A'
.Jupt :'. ~le colornitswho oproned indepeadenue in '7'/36 were -'Torieae"ltloughou t .
aristoo'roy c nd. rich crowd of t`oe ool'oaeiRso these D.)A.Tt.-*ter are tn Worgst;.,:,
Tories wpv;g gL't in the USA. They ahnWild t.- l-' .ad-ia in th, th. t -,Ialged) '~~.
erty L.uc",.te -',1. CTmber nf- CnrrO'erce( fFiCs in D. .,rich.,ran k- .d r
the Lnfr'-.' '.s--n., ne )f the '.orst foeo of liberty t.- .be found anywhere. .

iMybe the girls trying t.-' getintt.-- thV'De ..R. d.o't.kanow, these f'itO;gt r maeb. .o
they weat tn..gef int- '"hil-claW1" society.. 'rue,I Joind the Spfns 1f thoaie aea
lenamRerol.ution in,. .:9,Wn T entered J ?rvr3rd;cnd.:'ttend inEs.eS.w Lexingt.n -.nd nucord'etc.,etc. I don't he.-r',f frhei now;~'tat aF "fa.n.tm
weary of h-'e 2n:'m type r;3 the eve-r-bles=e4 d Darters."
I :WOE o aueedat whut hr-.p-ened -t their nlatannu.il ametingio ia... eig
G'RATthey invited tie. Present's wife t adreosn thes., ad dida. t aq0 ;,T',.
Sshniuld sVy se hoR FePr olr d ladi ea certP.inly were -b ocqka.,satoun.dSI eafc o-t
eri:.S outraged. hy,Yrs. Fr:. awtual'y told tuem it would e.a lighty..a d
solone. if' $oy.;ould try TOii ',L- PP: T WARIA ttu.ding sao thaeLr sain u :al
Di- wS..Itt3't-te ,ar-@er.wd a pet wnrd these d,1aybifor tbey tbhik it .v -.r :e ,
funltiQo 4rt pint *-) doena t W.n Ant t" TFlThD-hip o0ut ry? And .th. every: 's a-r
& It) rer j.ip?-t.i rld fs-fighttig IN -D'OY iART A4
* O.: ;IlT"dfenesl" .e. a'drE who did the O..-endilg." Th ie 'dt.la sdge.
Vt thUat rs, Y-., be invited agaainaod abe,evid.-otly b rng he4,rd whit "4
th k t Iey thought ties madead ," NO." Thiyre in a iek onL .t it tj
: shiowt ntew 4torsotn ov2Sr wh!t name ,body su oidf t4ka.dn j 4t *ia .
hat tern he dAl u.e-Saooial iato "CsOpaBftO .wat4to 4 ,ogg.
K tba eir a _sc:t .ny $ t1eeU'ht.fa- givI t is bo betb:lE. k*
eUd -ain andw s r-bow fTya '-high to her 9uD
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N. ow ,or, ce, re your litleboklet on "Coapulsory Ret emeat" some. we .i:-
saloe and f)uod muoc inI It iiked--.betur tnhri thie Towoansd pl4i*aat le-~ at,
WitbC public ',.ire in. the hJads of thos t who -'re runnung thinge,w' .can hardit
"expect n rea-Ily gn, .d,fair I:il'vU We'll hite t) put up ,ith wat.w can gaet---t"
anytiong--inod if bef bre wo all dieof old age,

et ing 1n' iie n oiy, I t'is Veak spat in ,tn plansT. .and Coh-.la-t. IJ'p SA. I
AGArlS'" ny ]e. t.xz. I-' tLe GI T EC,4 ..J SCHJL2' tb-t no- is beitg us e"b
out.' the .4-.p-,. iLoi t it it: Svery time a child buys a stick .f candy oy a .-
cre-i i cone U1- 1a- .2AY TAXI At the I.abtus maomentaa s a') mighty magnate struts paO4,t
the do r, Lae b1.. lsared, in & daepru i u -yea-r,01 LEL..I''tJr (Lel-on) irYe i.
inil'. I on E at( t1itel,tlJj, J..: ;)rn crowded ..pl,sire..dy exposed ffi cially)
they :;.W; iTy ."'.LU ;E CL 7!.!' .. ri: .0..:3 T'AX, .hly? Tny fund a 7aole to a rawl,,thit t
ThiebAh-l put tbene- 'by t leir a.geatsi,1p-robab Iy;s a hic-. en wa would J a.t As.: itvtll.-1.
tLye Tad 1O-.ten te.'Js, ou3..f tu t .ck of ns.lli'n1-a An LI.-;,rnai I.f3 J;Sa p
ing taxes eavary tinwi, #y bl;ught Crytitnog.. 1; '1 elea ta.x for ametno. might get-
benefit t,.r-u z pene-i ao -

Ti'en hVLing Vt-;e'.o6rktrr ay t :ir .''o iPensir ns( .Abol'.y ',r partly) is a ?t right
'Ilhey getU -little sDiisagh tl .Oayw! y.

Ke ;ttehi isn iuads '7e h&ve )L4s k.eu4froa tihe' Econmicrof Scarcity t t;.e Z90on-
auaioas f Plenty, flut tihe :'p.anty" iss adi.eQ in 'uch a rotien w:..y at more pe.;
ple are in dCstrssi than undtir tie "Icsarcity" c-:lint. Sbockingt Hoia-oC-aes it?A,
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I'eret: Mi.r;.', "w Y *ot.I'Ii. FOR 3. iiACI:ilLi;h the more a d bigger :-aO better.thel
'bet-ter pleased I at. l I-6tL
iecli;n i o.il ','.;-il 8ste. m&Piutrioity rzid iaat eoaergbwhA't next? T heaY
i .;:,31ll ".;t t I run tthe aonri. itto, Tokci t!Lse .:hIraea tIhig
Maohinos,;3" ror,rod J~1GTY ,..a,.ind,wit nour still vnrst resoaroes(in spite of th.
3IL IONS destroyed ),rightly bhidledwe'd have KrSi'iTY TIIY7RS of .AMT!I pouring -u
S forto to T;I':; 'C;i l: "
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"'o',witbl aeolt'1 like thiawhy .sk' th-'t pension. funds be furnth.bJ aitlir y.b
b.ie. or b wy w rking. meoget-ting but q b eg. rly "ff tihair share'? y org ait.iao
this TY vS.: I, ,o'war-Ir.n ger systm w ne .Iud.ii. aburt timu,:'R -TJC" 3a.-l'
OF o ;;7 Sm r" tO peasiona 1i5 MTi~t F LIF, -

(D".ie dO. t .as-? V RTILY NOCTI 'Trht d 0w --? `7. .' 1'
3l-- .bndful .If- plut'cr.ts 0.'lT a.l this' M:iachionry and lov-ser, T he"
I.-If this str-.am is g ing tCfliwita vf.lue i' S. IIO [I.T J, .:IT O O
thebave 2$UT 'CR .iS,.
And does the strutam actually flow0,as it might? It D0iS N1'T. Thoelj.J Govt iS..
Z-IBING m.ae tn 33:3.rO wealthp,anI IRIRO T'HE T3 PR JDTC3 UJGH L73S, .. ALTH;and
thb-t .art if'ei' T ihtream does.cot float Il\,

h "- he's the ttftai? Right here If that AMAZOi "f we-ilth its t.o be produced.f
St 7RTrrSTT- SYST .Vit must be amL.a,.nd- the, br uaTD B drA-tW 8tf.0; RIGi.
S10 malini es .r ia*cr t mp the road, .
..Ca n it be s'ld? It anant not. Thy notf 1 er Beae b%:s
a st1de buyers vith be Bi.iend .'te 2 ..1. Th a RIt au' bu
t' iy ? ert iniy not.'lby 6t?,-t3eaue they. 0 a =
or -tthqrwtae -so it. tmRc aj us .

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,eld tbh 95,; of -.u CAItT buy it,bdel use the RTC-aMa IIOGUiD THS; L UYI,,O, I
Those who CAtM buy it 701I'T becBusea they -cn't UFe iPjaud
TlinoBe who COAF use it oan't buy it beaeusee they bh.Ta o;-thing to buy with,

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1 r-- -St.rt by T"i'A: .TI 1I3IcI. Tp rish-r,thehigher his of t.ix; tll,.wtlen e.
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uear brother Tom:


Your latest just at hand, Was glad to hear from you again.
Had Just been thinking about you and wondering when you would feel
lixe writing again. Yes 1 thought the artioAe you mention would
appeal to you. Miss lesser may not be so oblivious or what you
Sm oall" the other side"after-all. The two sides you emphasise,whether
iSooialistio or Capitalistic, whether the so-called Christian who
4'0 nay be unenlightened in important things pertaining to this "present
44 Nk life",or the class who do not wall themselves Christian yet show
o A the spirit of Christ in the love of humanity and desire to help his
Se0 4 fellow men,these two sides are always those who have some measure c
W 0o of spirituality,or the true selfhood God created, and the opposite
g AR 0 set of mankind or/as arrs. iddy calls them ,"kind of man-that is
-e p those who manifest only the carnal mind born of their father "the
6 evil" as Jesus told that olass when they boasted their descent
S from abraham,therefore their superioriTy to other men, now the only'
V4 .m hope of a decent world where justice ana unselfishness rules,lies
a Oa in the regeneration of the race, the swinisn element is not confined
P t to any class,either the well to do or the down trodden. Reverse
o tneir positions ana tf e seae lnoisnesi woiabe manifested by the
r4 carnally minded. Miss Meeser shows in her article that "it was in-
P P evitable that material self hood should manifest a greed,a will-to-
aod n power,a sacrifice of the rights of the weak". Only those who have
a A jg lost much of the grossly material, like our great washingto&,Lin-
+ W o ooln ,and many other such noble natures whose names will always shine
g op4p as the stars because of the goodness they had derived from the true
o Al or Christ self-hood, only such individuals are capable of right gov-
o ernhent. ho todless Socialist ,no ma er how bright his intellect
4d p or plausible his theories.L could helr bring about a happier world.
0 4 iTo quote again from Miss Messer," Si~ltually seen,man,born of God,
a 14 derived from a common source with his fellows, is a unit fitted..-
* for a society of free moving oitisens BECAUSE HE HAS ACCEPTED A
P. O GOVERNING WILL ABOVE HIS OWN.(italios mine.) as S&H says "The human
m t-P will ,blind,stubborn and headlong co-operates with appetite and
S passion and is the law of sin and death," What mortal scheme of
r10 H government or human theory is equal to subduing the the unregen-
m3 v4 rated masses of humanity or controlling them,or placing them in
NP any condition where they could be forced to do right. That is an
H utter impossibility ,and we might w'lT be hopeless but for the
-i knowledge that there is a God ,a divine intelligence at work in
-, the minds of men, "leading the blind by a way they know not', using
the spiritually awakened ,now numbered by millions ,to cause by
0.c their realization of omnipotent truth such an awakening as has never
d before oome to humanity, As Miss Messer further says"This oonoep-
"S W tion of man,apostolio and newly Scientific,is acting on world soci-
Sam / ety like a redemptive leaven,although the social inplloations~of
A this widespread individual awakening are as yet apparent only to
the seeing eye." &"with the conscious acceptance of man's spiritual 1
Snature,and not before, oolleotive life will oome into its own."
This spiritual activity of thought enlightened by the marvelous
revelation of the true man and the real God is stirring human
thought to its depths and preparing the world for the acceptance
of righteousgovernment as has never before seemed possible,
is afji2 God alone can heal this wo ld and destroy the works of
that seen so apparent these day. ortals who defy human


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law, and imagine they can run the world to their own selfish ad-
vantage will be brought into line through the sufferings and
losses they are bringing upon themselves. We are taught in Scieno
that either"through Solenoe or suffering"t~ortals will advance,
for sooner or later all will have the lesson to learn that God.
alone is power. As the prophet said uThe knowledge of God will
cover the earth as the waters cover the sea, So why should we
worry and fret and struggle ,and fight-evil as a greatreality,
when if we could only realize the fact we oan,by right and Soien-
.ifo thinking ,faithfully persisted in, do o. vastly much more to-
ward bringing in the reign of righteousness that is sure to be re-
alized in time, than could ever be accomplished in any other way,,
Men ,every where are losing their false gods,and being forced
to seek a solution for the oalamitys that seem to prevail, They
are learning ,all who are open to truth, that the remedy lies-in
something beyond all they have formerly depended upon,
The happiest people on earth today are those who know that God
reigns, and is soaring for tis universe, and that good a lone As
power, Well ,guess we have discussed this proposition pretty well
so will talk about something else.
firstly, Californians are surely grateful for the marvelous winter
we have had,with such splendid rains coming so often and without
damage,so that our old valley has had the best soaking in years.
We-have had very little cold weather. Have noticed no frost here
on Mabel's place. Tender lillies in the yard have grown all season
with no setback. There is quite a lot of excitement about oil
around here. A big oil company had leased many acres near iillmore
Mabel has leased her place to them.too, we were sorry to hear '
S of the freezes in rlorida, Mabel is getting along itewell with
her ranch. Has employed seven or eight men lately n setting out
four or five hundred more orange trees She was so fortunate as t
to be able to sell some of her property to the oil Co, that leased
her place. Got quite a good price for the lots so 'it has oome in
mighty good just now when she is going to a lot of extra expense
Many people have lost theit places during these trying years,but
Mabel has been able to borrow money when many others could not, a n
has managed to keep up the big interest, pay exorbitant taxes,huge
water bills and other expenses, and she knew nothing whatever about
running a ranch when it was left to her, and in a run down condition
too, as John was not much of a rancher. Mabel knows it has been
through her use of Science that she has done so wonderfully,
She is sure a lovely woman, so muoh loved by all who know her. In
spite of all the business she has had on her hands she finds time
to practice Science and help in the Ohurch work, and give most
liber6tly to its support. We never could tell you what it means
to have a working knowledge of this Science,
we are looking for Jessie and Roy tomorrow, they thought they
Should run down for the week end. Four hundred miles isn't much
These days. Guess I wrote you 1ean was happily married last Deee
ember, Also had word erank'_ssecond son,Robert, was also married
in December. Also MaudeI think I have written you since she w"a
maarried Dec 24 to Mr. Ienryz ildabolt, a very fine nan. well eduo
ted and a perfect gentleman, we all likehim so much.
Well Think I had better stop for this time.
With much love,
HETTEE


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Later in the day.
T ust pilked up your letter and read it again and feel like
taliDg a little more on the subject you are so interested in*
The way you speak of what 4ooialists are pleased to oall the
"apitalistio form of government it seems they see nothing good or
desirable in the control of our country,which in spite of the many
abuses and injustices practiced in this system has after all given
more to the laboring class ,and encouraged a higher standard of liv-
ing than any other country on earth,none excepted, and all men who
have built up immense businesses are by no means the unprincipled
-t'hogs" that the Socialists are pleased to call them, But many of
them have given employment at good wages to thousands who would not
be able to take charge of these big concerns and ruh them success-
fully, vast numbers of people are not fitted to do big things,
Most of our wealth consists in property that could not well be
divided among the masses ; and if it were it might be dissipated
through mismanagement and incompetence,or for many other reasons,
so as to not prove any great improvement over being under capable
management and giving vast numbers employment and a comfortable
livelihood, such as is possible where honesty and justice prevails
When working people live as comfortably as they have in this count
try in normal times,why tear every thing to pieces and turn every
thing over to the masses or let the government be every body's boss
as this administration seems to be aiming at, and making a grand
muddle of it. If Russia is even a faint sample of such rule the Lord
save us from ever coming under any such a despotism,which it seems
is little better than the tyranny of the Osars. The Monitor is
/going to publish several more articles on Russia by Mr. Chamberlain
sometime this month and I will send them to you. this writer lived
in Russia about twelve years since the new regime started and he
.surely can tell of shameful cruelty and tyranny of the godless
outfit that claims to be doing such great things and is so ambi-
tious to show other countries how to disrupt their own governments
and imitate their reign if terror. As you admire what you call
Christian Sooialisman you say and shrink from the atheistic kind,
then why speak dispAngly of any one being "ohurohy" since any
'thing really Christian is in the true sense church, fot the ig-
norant and superstitious olass that believes Jesus was God in the
flesh, and looks upon "eity as a heathen god having to be appeased
by a bloody sacrifice, but the real church which S&H defines as
" That institution which affords proof of its utility, and is found e'
elevating the race." And it is a sure thing nothing else but this
divine influence can ever elevate the race above the selfishness
greed and tyranny of the unenlightened carnal mind. it is only
the touch of *ruth influencing human thought that can make men
willing to come together and learn to reason as the prophet says
as you say how could a Christian minister work with a set of big-
oted atheists? That minister you speak of is only one among thou-
sands who today are reaching out and rising above narrow prej-
udices and seeking a better idea of things as a result of the
leavening influence of the right thinking that is going on in
the world more today than at any other period, and all who are
spiritually minded are responding to this silent influence,which
is not any form of suggestion of the human mind but the reflection
of the Christor Truth by those who have gained this spiritual
understanding. Don't worry about the world. *od is taking care of
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Maroh 18,1935.


1' dear Gertrudes

You recallthat I was in iianmi Teb7,7but did not get to'your place.
All was PIUH.

Now another rush trip, I expect to be in MIiamTo--Uorrow(TUESDA!) to
spend rqos' of theveck in YMicmi u. dIt.Laud.

I hope. this will not inconvenience you. Sorry I could not flve
aoovwn ahead of this trae,and notified you.

T-he household arrangements ynu wrote me of are strictly o.k.,with Be.

Unless you hear again from me in Milby phone,expect me to supper
Tuesday(to-mor:-o) night, EUshtlg thingssurely' But such is our modern
life.

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nc. will give you an. ides of my i4ea of Chritiaun Seialisor .
applied Christianity.

Remember the old Htbrew prophesp, hild making the highest ap ial
for high living and spiritual expe~rr'enael'ever th.ought~ f oatfinig
thoir. interest to TlS:. WORLD -weEi'-Y DTZINGT They .were igbhy.
powers in tbtr day for a JiTBI3.G0O4Fl.\RIBNQ ATION .Read Aaosae.g.,re
"adding field to field'--grabbing it all--and lai'og others less p cW
erful-to perilshl Plenty more-, io 'the.gratgold. bopkl the OLS'TESTAtiT. *

iy religion inllodes thugee twol--

l--Thehighest possible knowledge of G adand the deepefa spiritual ea-
Jarrieocel
2--A werld ,1Elbased uo the GOSPL OF HUOBM BROT'E2IiOi R KED he spre-
ent one is based oa QIT- ALL YOU Cand KE3P A.L YOU SIT. "Do the
other fellow before he does you._ Lonk 'ut for Nui0er Oane If you dGo't
oick outfit yourself,;dolty else will dott-f-or you. 'Ad YOU DON'T 3.-l
S3RV"S ANIY 'OTIER TE.'.T-LT,' All 'of which is,ypure ad simplteTL DOCTmBD5
OF ]JVIILS.

The fact that one 1 *9 ad theret is trying to lie o e a higher plass
means ncomore than /0AWi' few slavesholderm tried to do the se*;it One., htwi
beautiful hymn we sNig ia~ the hyam abokewrote that hyrmaiwhilehe h--
A SLAYERiSlave thtef and BMare. seller-was rLi;ag to U.S. from tisa with .
him human cargo e, hat'srthe aiktr. we bha of l:M e world and the Pet .l.0
You may not kuaowbuet I keow MIGT' I -t.i tat the paste aid saiseallod ".1#*
pression 'In whith the b-U.,S, ,ctbGh of the worl4 is weltering is as al ed-
leos as was Legree 'sntal treatment of th blaok Wn iu h)4 powlt. Unetd
a regime of BROT ORO-'D,#the SB)MOE ON TH3f MOUJSTtad following Jests ChWipti
sush a thing would be am tap6asible as Jumping over tie 4osu- -o c at waot
the dicoiples did at PeStesoatwehen they got religii4l" GRAB~E 3AC1.
'OR- KIMS'LF? Hardly ASd this brotherhood why of living -was tilted for
centuries in the monasteries. I elve visited ot mplaelf.

Am RUSHING to get ready to go to IMiasitosdaytfer rest)t theweoekbhet
abr-tptess .
AS eTver yours j,


P.S. Russian Cs oulnmis'l--falsely so
oa11fd--is the opposite Pele of Cgri~l i$at
Cmanite.as aeienplifitd b! the abofV*
AsB Christian/i still better, It is ab-/..2sia4lrm
solut ely rPRACTlI ALvwell 'as brtherlywit"
out a trage of slavery or autocracy is itI
It is DEMOCRATIC TO THE .COIBS as ltld. ..
as the 13th. Chapter af i st.C, ralyhall L
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S" The Man of Freedom

S these Times of Change It Is Essential to Look Beyond Mere Human Institutions, and in Looking ,

One Can Find Permanent Solutions and Satisfaction in Spiritual Realities

..K .. By Mary Burt Messer '


S T HrP E ISs NO MORE f uRs---Issue stir- ing the slgnulgnce of the wordj~indi- ery keynot
Spring the public mind today than vidual," especially in relation to the' and is setini
That centering in the relation be- institutions which have arisen to station of hi
tween inLdlidual and collective life. achieve..and sustain his freedom. (,the victim o
Current events have threatened the This process will lead immediately to objective. It
very "foundations of republican and the very heart of the issue. For it will be the flesh, p
democratic institutions. "Rugged indi- discovered that the entirestructure of motive of se
vidualism" has broken under the pres- this libeaLA~iety has been b Jased.theo- \ trial neces
sures put upon it and even Amgrl- retically on naturj an---the. man of death, this r
Scan civilization, adventurous, almost Rousseau'sphlsopy, as seenagainst be entirely
uniquely Jai_ dualistic, is ln$)0ia4g of the contrasting..Jakkground of the logically, QG
being driven into a. more disciplinary Chrisbat.oncept. The argument which the picture.
.regime, a more distinct regimentation brought forth this man as the ideal as these are
S restraining-ach in the intereaLof al. citizen was the argument that man- rive from t
This situation so contrary to the thsLman-is naturQ good, and has, another the
SAmerican ideology so at variance with only been Lnj&ed and deteriorated b-,pcessible .to
the romantic trend- of American enter- the artificial ivlization humpiaaly imiAC power, consc
i prise, seems to be forced-cL-Tircum- posed..- a e rnig There floorss, in at We are re
Stances alone. It enters rather as a re- this- point a most roMantic-and un- geometic q.
-.. trench ent than ad advance, savoring substantiated-attt toward al._saY4. its inevital*
-..'*.te retrenchments of private life agerz.andL4jigye life, an attitude opened is thal
"under..economic pressure. It is an his- not only determining the philosophic Ihimself ia
toricibike not prepared for anyone position..lf ,Roqsgau as one of th'e., freedo-m offe
Whose implications are eTisted to the fathers of social revolution, but later IstiutiMons. It
.. bitternd. --- -- that of En ig6 the collaborator of i-terjaseIjToc
S That is, the rapid centralization of 'Karl Mar., ,a wUto--v
autirity in Wahington, the ...new, At tMs point there is complete-aban- of the.ak,
npatrkg lni rn Wof cruciaLn eessity, e 1donment of the distinction between the ; balance a o
..p ia. -rn r -sy, l' and "sp ual" man of apo- en n"
must constancy be harmonized into the "ajaIraF and "siritual" man of apo- beini"m Ll'.
SfamiQarcrheme, tie American plan, by ifstolic Christianity, of the Middle Ages, "naturaj' .
co.nsoigo rases. We must bedold rer of Christia. Science, for example, today. lacked~ t p s
: peatedly that were notjgivea.er to a Cries the Communist, "Man was bor n- mancpillup
dictatorship, that private-initiative is fee, but everywhere.he is in sain Before we
S'/not '1jigited, that our constitutional and these chains, are understood to be_ regarding tt
/forged e'tlrely Oy inaYitutions whI id"Jism an
4 .libertimare not Ithaded under.the new /orge e-t.rel by tion whic id-ar.sm ai
S:programs 'of co-ordination. In urial e aThis tense. s t 2 bearlzmind
:; cpdes.&re-not the deathknell of liberty. he -ors-rf these sae institution la term
:;.i Our parliam ta' arm has-nift fallen .~owever, Is 'not adeque ly e ained. .- toryco
.i- into disuse. The ci.n has nQotecome In short, man lverei from that '.Spiri
;,, ubet. We are lqd into theseharply inqL sense of resoppsibilty for out- drived fro
t. :IZ.nprjocedures under the kindly ward_appenings which has bevAhe fellows, aa
,cover Dfaltd.hbrases--hlibertJ& edomr, ') I f; 4o t,( c ( s/Si
'ln:tttivye. There is also communicated /
: to th reluctant. American mind the #2 o --. '. r" : '
sense arW rTi'" crisis. -- ,.
."a'.MicVti'must be and is accepted inthe r -
df 'er oeief e other than -
."permanevthange. W /r f r a .- .. .
The fact remains that we have been f ./ 'f {..'" /
:I.drive fr from our originaL~.morings. I4- .. .. -
.". And we have only to turn any blue -.. --. -
Sgl6be.witli an inquiring finger to remind ., ,'o
::':ourselves that in all this we arejaught L,.-;r -e-.A. 'f (- /
i, into a cu rt of *orl-kgappenings. We [ /A /
?are lesgunique than we imagined. Our .. --
c:-. contemporar-j'-Jistory reads more like "/. ,
.thaL.of oth.e&rna. ons than we could t
have believed- ian we have wished to -.
lieve. In fact our legendarnational- -
"/m' is subjected to a kinc(QlC.j k of /, %
Sdisillu U ent. Many wpre assured
:h ot Probition as a matter ._gprin- i, '
S-biple.couilnot be reyegged. It was- -e-
,v- rey d. Aiffilcan prosperity was eher- jct
is ed by many as an actual mark of /7/AL
.-. racial.su.eriority; and it is not The
:. bright promises of woman siffrage have
not een. fulflled in the largr sense ofv
..ocial and' political regeneration. Our
.''-hardy Puritan background has not
S: saed yputh frim a llcepae quite in the
.. 'running with that of o4tper nations.
S In short, something has .miscaried.
.; Some pU lLA m~t iL t.has. fallen '.
,.,". upon a progress that we were looking
:-t, upon as a percent upward scent.
And the speie about us, super-
ficially viewed, is noL..heartening. The
advance...jt woman has suffered the
Most conib'fiious.feversal in Cgyr any PSwry
and Italy As regards w r there is. not EpOO-
a beatmg of swords into ploughshares )
in the FarEiast or Europe. Th eno
jous eco c down eg r-ywe '-
| isWlElivering _ovgn ent of the people,
\by tlih ieoplendi for the people int ,o////o
a he handast3*aggator. ess,( DEMOCRACY
Is indivld1uailiber en, lu1 ;.'.--"I' -.. --
sion? Are we to be driven. bac from a t--- wo f Ac
point sb difficultly, so proudleattained -. n', I .@ 3_eCI O /..
(as once we thought), into a life more "
congloMerate, more massy, more per-
sonally _constricted? Is man _yielding
his free.ngsement to an existence more 'f f
like that of vegetation?
.,,r-Thls entire. alse train of arMument ---
this regeral, can 'ie..ares tef only by
an ahilJET of terms. We must make
some sharply defined Inquiries regard- HE WOULD CARR


,e of Christian. teachings, treermoving cit
ito a materialistiinterpre-. accepted a govw
itory which -ccepts hEm as )own. He is cox
if socialinstitutions. Evil is' ma~'ieit. subdued,
happens, to hUm. Bbri'df acknowledgment
rimarily animated by the \divine in its deri
*curing food, clothing, ma- or is in the pir
sities, and extinguished at what. blesses on
natural.man is conceived to impericiflifbe"i
and ihherent~loo. Quite le~qsn at any gi'
d.is f ally- gxir ed from fro 4m. a .tRe .p
Quite ao-gl ally'such men tre motive.
understood to be, must de-- ma i-.'_ A rf
heir association with. one -w11i be 'dbv
strength which is. not ac this jae~4 duallm
tbem as from a high >the'-cnlve. T
iicosly accepted. '" real sittalA
allyj-j'T he presence of r'- identify that d
e. d.; a premise leading to hiL_. "The more
,Xonclusion. Whaihas hap; the more .e div
t naturej nsu.has proveI tian fashion,of
.able. ofla'ight use of thd. very 'natural_ n
red him by .repDulican in- dQctrine) -the n
i was inevitable thatma- closing his .,on
Id should mamjest-a greed, beuigs. This oit
rer, a sacrifice of the rights- though it must
Sdestined.to throw out of. in instutiions.'T
city designed for the well4j -riefThe-eal-_g
The very acceptance of this/'CesvxgyJ d6o
,an as the typ ciltize -- This coficejSf'i
tual realism: it was ro-. and new l cenl
on. It wasV a.j.. ril f
assume a position, the t ough the soci
ie relatitei ts of-JA .- widespreadcjn di
id colleetive_-life we must as yet apparent
that the word. *dividual" With fhe ciol
pilicabje -tr most con- jpi nature,
nt o of ma com
ireen7 man, brn of Gooth is the sought-.for
a common source with his the man of fre
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ernipg tw above his 1
ntinuaiy guided,- ani-
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of common
ovation. He has learned'
ocess of learning, that
e blessesall,. However
n ai yv e grasped this
yen moment, he moves\N
n.se: he has adopted*v

Ous that t'-ah t of
m'is t hxmg i h3 into
he man who finds his
1lfhood has found an
erives from universe/
filly he
west raelf, in Chris-
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nan" of T -oluttonary]
iore certainly ia agedis-
ness. with-l& tfliRf
iess is not Insftitonal,
inevitably rejlect itself
rIs ward.abiglte. In


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TAXCO
Pronounced "Tass-Ko"

By Hazel Crow Ewell
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SET ASIDE BY THE MEXICAN GOVERNMENT as 8
monument of the past is the old town of:
Taxco, or Tlach-co, or Tlachtle, some six -
hours' drive to the south of Mexico-City. Riclia
now with history as it once was with silver, it
has become a museum piece, although a live and':.
bustling town. No new buildings, or change' of,.
any sort, may be udieitaken without consulting":
the authorities, for they have decreed that any
future building must conform with and keep.
the spirit and the style of the old.
The town is almost.-aertical, perched on thde
mountain side about 5000_factabov_ sea level.
and sheltered by other lofty ranges. Its climate
is delightful. "- .
Strangely enough, this town wslostLor forgots-.
ten for a time and so remained very much as it'
had b&en when it was the prosperous mining,
towntrom which Josd de la- Br.5L took untold
wealth. La Borda, a Frenchman who came inlthe."
days of the Spanish conquistadores, developed:
the rich sUyer.mnes there in the mountains of
Guerrero. It is said that the first silver sent back,
to Europe by Cortez in 1522 was from these mines;
La Borda, arriving in 1716 found a stragllnig
Indiaa village and practically..rebuilt it, so the
story goes, into the prosperous-town of. Tco.
Commanding native.labor, he built a four-'.
storied.palace for himself and a great cathedral.
After amassing a fortune of over 40,000,000
pesos, he expressed his gratitude by-spending.:,
mTffonn erecting this,.cathedral which is oney
of the most complete examples of eg.clesiastical
art_in the WesHst'er--pjnisphere. With its pinkl
twin towers and great blue dome, it rises like aA
higtl-iet je el from the roofs of the town. Pre-
served in its original edition, it is a valuable
monument of pas;tqLagnificence. The interior is
among the ricest and mostk~laborate in Mexico.
It is a perfect example of the churrigueresque
style in its most ornate development, and is com--
tpletely covered with goldjeaf, so .thick that dur-"
ing the revolution the sqoecs cut itoff in chunks.
In the Sala'Capitular leading to tlCh rsy with
its richly carved furniture, great canvases, and
mirrors heavy with gold, hangs a pl.rtait o
Borda.. who built.this magnificent.palace o wor-)
ship. It is stiL ujsedad ilyJy the natives.
Directly in front of the cathedral is a tiny
calibja where all kinds of drinks may be ob-
tained, expertly mixed by a long-haired native
woman. Before the cathedral and cantina spreads
the small, deeply shaded plaza, the onLyiat
pace oL any size in the entire town, and the
lace about which the communityl.fecenters.
From the plaza the narrow cobbled streets, like
paths, radiate in all directions, twisting or turn-


TAXCO-MERCADO


THE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR


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Fillmore, California. Maroh 28 1935.


* uear brother:
Your letter of the 18th was received last week.I have been so
busy have not got around to answer before. Just now I am typing
verse that have been accumulating for fifty years or more, as my
grandson ,Herbert b;lkins, who lives in Berkeley "says he is going
to have them printed in book form, whloh will be nice for the chil-
dren ,as they wan then have them for keepsakes. Maybe you would
like one yourself, I do not care much for the earlier verses,as
they do not express my present ideas and attitude, but will include
them anyway with the year s in which the different ones were writ-
ten inUliated. The Christian Science Sentinel published a poem I
sent them in the Feb.2nd.copy,and sent me a check for $6:6o for it,
I was quite pleased over that ,because they publish only good ma-
terial, so that was quite encouraging for me, They had printed
a poem I sent them once before,in 1928. I am rather slow about
offering my efforts for publication only in the local paper w"`ilh
which is no guarantee of the merit of what they print.
I will mail you a oopg of the Sentinel so you can read my verses
I enjoy the chance I have these days of doing all the reading and
writing I want to, as all my life I have longed for such an oppor-
tuniy. I have a pretty complete auto biography of my life contain-
ed in a set 6f diarys; besides the verses which are quite numer-
ous Have quite a story of our experience of homesteading in the
eighties.
Last month I received a gift book from Herbert -oover which gave
me great pleasure. It is his late book "The challenge to Liberty."
The way this came about was a result of a letter I wrote him at the
close of the late campaign when he was defeated for the presidency,
I expressed my appreciation of his work and sent him a poem I
wrote about him after listening to his Cleveland address. His seo-
retary answered my letter for him,saying he was so overwhelmed with
work he had requested his secretary to express his appreciation of
my good will,and his hearty gratitude. The secretary said the 2res-
ident was greatly touched by your letter. So I was included in
his list of friends when copies of his book were sent out as gifts,
I have always admired and respected ar. hloover, believing him to be
an honest and well meaning man,no matter how he was despised by the
impudent "emoorats,The way Moosevelt treated him during the cam-
paign was contemptible and never caused ms to think much of him.
And the attitude of the Democrats in congress made it impossible
for Mr. Hoover to have any chance to take measures that might have
prevented much of the distress of the country later on, I wish you
would read Mr. Hoover's book and tell me what you find wrong with
it.Of course you wouldn't agree with him politically, but would
perhaps see how fair and reasonable his discussion is from his
point of view.
In your last letter you tell what your religion includes,zsmely
lst--The highest possible knowledge og God,and the deepest relig-
ious experience.
2-- Aworld, HERE, based on the gospel of HUMAN BROTHERHOOD,
That is exactly what my idea includes,and what .S. is teaching
and working for. The idea of a future world happiness ,and waiting
for death to take one to heaven is no part of the teaching of 0.S.
"Now is the acoep ed time ,now is the day of salvation." when the
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the brotherhood of man. That is what is being accomplished,as fadt
as the world will receive it by the work of 0.S. The sample of
Christian Socialism you refer to was practiced by.Christian peo-
ple.How could it otherwise have any chance% we agree perfectly on
what is desirable ,and will inevitabliFbe accomplished, but differ
as to the method of bringing it about So there is no quarrel com-
ing. Time will tell how a happy crime ridden world will be made
possible, How poverty, war, and tyranny will all become things of
the past. In our lesson this week on "Reality," there is this ref-
erence from S&H speaking of the great stir and upheavel that zttx
attends the transformation of human thought during the breaking up
of old superstitions and false beliefs,it says "During this final
conflict, wicked minds will endeavor to'find means by which to acoom
plish more evil: but those who discern Uhristian science will hold
crime in check. They will aidin.the ejection of error. They will
maintain law and order, and cheerfully await the certainty of ul-
timate perfection."
Well I must stop right now and get ready to go to the Beauty par-
lor. Imagine; they would all go out of business if they had no more
patronage than give them, but I have at last decided to allow
my flowing looks to be shorn,as the girls h ave fondly hoped for
some years; and will submit to a "permanent" as most women of the
present advanced age always do. I told mabel I guessed I had been
along hair"long enough,and would allow myself to become more "mod-
ern." vabel and I might do such a thing as to make pa visit to
Boston in time for the annual meeting at the mother church in June.
Are not right sure yet.
with much love,


Hettie.



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SOn hearing his Cleveland speech over the
radio,


well may we listen to his earnest voice
And heed a message rrom an honest heart;
A message with its deep and strong appeal
To those who think; To all who want the truth;
(And who soes not, within his heart of hearts%)
ao"shallow camouflage" was this appeal,
* o glittering generalities," obscure,
But statesmanlike, this talk from man to man,
Nor can it be diverted from its splendid task
Of true enligiiteaumexnt to ail who near.
And in this nour of our great country's need
Shall we not stand by him who is its friend?
By this brave toiler, who for us nas wrougnt
i'ar better than we know through weary days,
And sleepless nights for all nis fellow men;
And has ne not,like anil tne ruly great,
.torne oalumny ana un eservau reproacnl
Has he not oowed aeneath the blasts of hate,
While falsehood and ingratitude held sway?
Nor answered back, nor faltered from his task,
SHis mighty task, to guide tne ship of state,
a.u'rougn storm and ttIemptart to a ,e-Gler d.ty,
6ia bl. ie not be ajiiowied o carry on
To full completion work so well oegun?
All honor to our president, and may he now
receive
roof of this nation's loyalty and love.


H.L.A.