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LENTS STATION, PORTLAND, OREGON, FRIDAY,
Subscription, $1.50 the Year.
FIRST PAPERS TO
BE ISSUED ALIENS
Tomorrow morning •• 10, first
paper.« III ag»in I m - issued In Oregon
to aliens who can qualify under the
naturalisation law, according to G. H.
Marsh, clerk of the federal court. The
primary election has interfereil with
the issuing of first papers since April
18. Reti lions have bean accepted,
however, from aliens desiring their
final papers, All of these hearings
were set down fur August 17.
Among those to receive pn|M*rs are
P. H. Petilmermet, Switzerland, 4538
« W I . i. . ' . ; .I |M I
34th avenue; J. J. Bachman, Canada,
4854 63<i street) and F. H. Prior, Eng-
lami. 600s 67th street.
<Ml< Kaitky Vinita.
Otto Katskv in in !<ente thia week
from his chicken ranch near lx>»
Ang*'lm, act th ng up hie affair» here,
He will return soon. Mr. Kntrky
look» in aplrndid health and saya he
in making money in the chicken busi-
Youth in B uck » Hort in Crash.
Floyd Jester, 1«. 6130 43d avenue.
was badly shaken up and bruised late
Bun-Uy evening when the buggy in
whirh he "»» riding with hl» brother,
Harry, ws» struck by an automobile
on East H2d »tree! near Johnson
The car which struck the
buggv was driven by IL F. Koppe,
674 East Taylor street. II«* was taken
1nt«> custody by police when he ar-
rived home <in«l was turned over to
county authorities, who released him
on hi» own recognizance.
R Inn Rev ha«
rhne -h«»p nt ikljw
street formerly opera*
Mis. 5 an Roy
Eightv f.u>r'h street.
sixth avenue, partner
er, Fred, in the plast
Is nt work on a rm'ib
th<> R.i-e City P«rk I
Mr and Mrs. C. J. Davis of Sand
springs. Okla., have purchased the
•ton* «1 60'18 Eighty erond street
from Mr». Van Roy nn«l th«« pro|>ert
on whi«h it is located, from Mrs.
Williams Realty company
han Bed the deal. Mr. and Mrs. Davis
er* ut home now and are thoroughly
cl-uning ami renovating the premises.
The Oklahoma people recently were
in Portland for the funcrnl of Mrs.
Davis’ mother. They returned to
Oklnhomn by automobile, and then
drove back to Portland, completing a
7000-milc trip. They travelled the
northern route through Yellowstone
National Park and the southern route,
via California. They have many in
tonating stories to tell of their road
Misy Jeun Strachnn of Dufur, Ore
gon, l*tt graduate of the school of
journalism. University of Oregon, is
visiting Mias Lama L. Hi.rvei oi Mt.
Scott. She will go to Dufur within
a few days.
Mrs. M. Rheakey. of 6115 88th St.,
ia visiting her brother ut Camas,
Idaho. Mrs. Rlwakey will I m * gone
Mrs. Fannie Henderá« n will leave
May 28. for a short V« it with rela-
tives in Walla Walla, Wash.
J. A. Walker of Springfield, Or.,
has come to Lents to be in the env
ploy of the A. D. Kenworthy under
taking firm. Mr. Walker worked for
these funeral directors heretofore.
I«'. R. Fenton has purchased Ches
ter’s barber shop. He will resell it.
Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Kennedy of Til-
Inmo >k, Or., are visiting Mrs. Ken
nedy’s mother, Mrs. M. J. Boland.
0533 Eighty-sixth street. They in
tend to make their homo in Portland.
W. H. Hacker, grocer at Ninety
sixth and Forty-fifth avenue, re
ports his section of Mount Scott as
Armentrout-Wick«* report the fo!>
lowing among their «ale*- To Rev.
William R. Reece of Palatine Hill,
new touring: William Griffin, tour
ing; B F. Miller, delivery chassis; E.
So.ish, 5721 Seventy-first street. Ford
truck; David Davis, coupe; J. M.
Klein, 6822 Eighty-fourth street; F.
L. Parka, 7120 Fifty-fourth avenue;
A. J. Fennell, 4711 Fifty-second
Street; A. L. Killman, Gilbert station.
The company delivered six cars last
J. A. Wharton and family, whose
house recently was destroyed by fire,
soon will I m * in their new home. Neigh
bors were very willing to help and the
house soon will be completed.
W. W. Yoe took possession of the
F. J. Defehr grocery store in the
Grange building Wednesday noon,
succeeding F. J. Defehr, who started
the store the end of last month.
MAY 19, 1922
VOL. XX, No 20
GOVERNOR OLGOTT ISSUES ANil-KU KLUX
PROCLAMATION—CANDIDATES GIVE VIEWS
THE RACE THAT SAVED 200
ARLETA LIBRARY NOTES
The following books have been re
By William Larsen of Lents School
“How about a race ?’’ asked a rough ceived at the Arleta Library: (Cham
looking chap, who sat in a racing bers) “Little Red Foot,” (Bailey)
“bug” holding the steering wheel with “Call Mr. Fortune,” (Dowdell) "Three
one hand while he waved the other to l.oving Ladies,” (Griffith) “Mono-
Hon. Ben W. Olcott, governor of maintain its orderly way, controlltxl |
IFclares Klan a .Menace
a boy of approximately his own age , logues and Noveltie«,” (Hurst)
Oregon, issued last Saturday the fol-1 by the voice of all of the people, or
Webster Holmes, candidate for the who sat in like manner in another “Coomer All,” (leonard) “Atlantic
whether it shall be turned over to demwratic nomination for governor,
1 Book of Hays,” (Phillpotts) “Grey
“Dangerous forc«*s are insidiously \
lutine secret clique or elan, to be made in his letter to the Oregonian makes
gaining a foothold in Oregon in the
Room,” (Teegmiller) “Primary Hand
the tool of invisible forces, working a slashing attack on the Klan’s
gu««te of a secret society, parading
Harry,” answered the addressed boy, Work,” (Suaith) “Council of Seven,”
in the dark toward aims unknown to methods, saying:
under the name of the Ku Klux Klan,
(Stevenson) “Gloved Hand,” (Wal
The question of whether this Ku but where shall we race?"
others than themselves, The true
theme f*>rces are endeavoring to usurp
spirit of Americanism resents bigotry, Klux Klan movement is going to in»-.
the rein» of government, are stirring j
abhor» secret machinations and ter pose itself into our state government, Harry, "but. I’ll tell you, Jack, it is
up fanaticism, race hatred, religious ’
rorism and demands that those who and at the same time proscribe every better on the Morland road.”
— Erect residence,
prejudice an«l all of those evil influ
“We don’t want to race that way,”
speak for anil in her cause »pMiak Jew, Catholic, foreign bom and negro,
6219 E. 93d st SE., bet. Woodstock
ences which tend toward factional
is a head-on issue in this campaign answered Jack, running his car closer
openly, with their faces to the sun.
ave. and 63d; builder, same; $1800.
strife an«! civil terror.
and election. I am afraid to trust to Harry’s; “let’s do it this way. I’ll |
“As»units have been committed in . "I call upon ali loyal citizens of the any man who will dodge or is dodg take this road and you take that one, I
Would Return Chain
various counties of the state by un state to give support to the projier ing it. Now to your questionnaires: and the one that gets to the Morland |
Reghitto and Ernest Prit
known, maakwl.outlaws, the odium of law-enforcing arms of the govern
“Do you believe the operations of crossroad first wins. It’s the same !
chard found a chain on Foster Road
which has reflected on the Ku Klux ment in this movement against mask the Ku Klux Klan are a menace to | distance either way.
Klan. Whether or not these outlaws ed riders or cloaked and disguised political freedom and public safety?”
Saturday. They would like to return
"Agreed,” cried Harry, above the it to the proper person, who may have
were connected with that organiza- ■ figures who unlawfully skulk about
tion is immaterial. Their vile acts | un secret missions for unknown ends.
same by applying to The Herald
menace to both. It terota to intimi
demonstrate that the name of the or- i "If masked men are permitted to date good and efficient men from oft
“Agreed,” cried Jack, as he moved
gsruzation may be used for evil pur-1 roam promiscuously at large it will seeking office, who cannot subscribe
ON GOING, JO COLLEGE
poses and that from the nature of its I not be long before our wives and to tbeir creed, and without doubt off
Now the Morland crossroads were
Chauncey .W. Depew, railroad mag
activities it has the moral effect of daughters will know no safety, our will and does cause hatred and strife
causing unthinking anil misguided homes will no longer be our casti«*», between men and women who had 15 miles from where the boys parted, nate, United States senator, and
[icrsons to enter into unlawful con and the streets will be scenes of dis heretofore been 1 ife-long friends and and the road Harry had chosen famous orator, tells you: “Any young
spiracies and to perpetrate unlawful graceful riot. Those practices must will ultimately lead to riots and blood crossed a small but dangerous river. I man with a college education increasea
During the summer months it was i
cease if there is law in our land and
shed. It has no legitimate business just as quiet and peaceful as a kit-1 his chances of making a living and of
‘ in a sister state this same organi true Americanism is to prevail."
in our body politic, and should be ten, but in the spring when heavy more rapid promotion in any line of
zation is under judicial inquiry us a 1 Section 2046 of the Oregon laws, to stamped out right now.
business 2 to 300 per cent, given that
rains had fallen farther up stream, it
result of felonious assaults and un- ; which Governor Olcott directs atten
“Do you consider the Ku Klux Klan was like a lion pouncing upon its prey he has the requisite amount of in
«fieakablc outrages committed under! tion, follows:
and the things it stands for an issue as its seething waters gushed over dustry, energy and persistent applica
"Disguise with intent to prevent the ;
the veil of darkness.
in the primary election campaign ?”
the land, sometimes carrying bridges |
"Oivgon nei'ds no masked night rid- execution of the law. If any person
E. G. Ripley, president of the Santa
Yes. It is an issue unquestionably. away on its back to the sea.
epi, no invisible empire, to control «hull in any manner disguise himself I have been told by men who claimed |
Fe railroad, Chicago: “I am of the
About a mile up stream from where opinion that college graduates ate
her affairs.. Our courts of law, our v ith intent to obstruct or hinder the ; to be members of it, and who said
law-enforcing officers, our whole ma I due execution of the law, or with in-1 they represented it, and 1 believe they the hoys parted was a large sawmill ; better equipped for general work than
chinery of government are founded on tent to intimidate, hinder or interrupt were members, for they were backing which got its power from a waterfall • non-collegiate.”
caused by a lr.rge dam. The water:
th«* fi ndamental» of true American i.ny officer or other person in the le-
Hall for governor, that no man who falling over this dam turned an over! Cyrus M. McCormick, president of
citizenship and ure »rcond to no other '-al performance of )):• duty or the1
was not a Catholic-hater, a Jew-hater, shot » heel and thus the mill got its I Harvesting Machine companv, Chi
state, b’tar ihrwolier proceedings, exercise of any right under the la v, |
cago: “In selecting help we certainty
a foreign-bom hater and a negro
«lark conspiracies behind closed doors, .-.hither such intent s'.all be effected hater stood any show of getting efectel power.
do not avoid college men, but would
Durir* ** three months of spring the ■
ire ail foreign to ,our first govern or not, such person, ».¡ion conviction ! er even a nomination. That all of these
rather give them the preference, be
Danger lurks thereof, shall be punished by impris
proscribed had to be turned out of had to be opened on account of high i lieving that they would make quicker
when masked men parade the streets onment in the count)* jail not less
progress and show a better all around
public office, and as teachers in our
on missions of a character known to than three months nòr more than one ■ public schools, and kept out. By tak water.
ability than those who had not the ad-
n n« but th -nisei ves. Officer» of the year, or by fine not 1< js than $50 nor j
ing this position they have forced the that it was almost over its banks, and ability than those who had not the
law can have no knowledge of the mere than $500. L. 1864; D. 615; D,
p roscribed members of society as a on locking more closely, he saw the j vantage of a college education.”
identity, character or aims of indi-1 .V L. 626; H. 1812; B. i C. 1895).”
matter of self-protection to fight bridge quiver as an arrow does when 1 ■ Marvin Hughitt, president of rhe
viduals who copceal their features,
Tlie proclamation ikgs brought the ■ 1 ack, and thereby brought into our
Chicago <& Northwestern railroad: “It
whose oath of allegiance to sums pri religious isso» tir'theri-rvnt as one of j election religious'matters or religions it strikes its, target.
is mV comrirrion that young men can
!ai*<t Monday the bo
vate organization hold« sway in theh the major issues of the primary cam
Just as Harr)* stopped the bridge
»re very laisy in their manual train- minds, and whose motives are uncer paign as far as the governorship is | beliefs, the location of birth and color fell with a crash and the water not get too good an education.”
which all of these have no business in
J. J. Farwell, president of J. V.
i ng cl: ss fin'Shing the woodwork for tain sn«l unknown. Even the sanctity «>neerned. The Morning Oregonian I
seemed to laugh at its luck.
election of any kind.
the exhibit to be held June 2. Many of our various churches ia not proof i. s elicited from the various candi-
“Whew,” gasped Harry, “that was Farwell company, Chicago; “College
"Have you encountered any poli- a narrow escape! A couple of feet ■ men show gre.'.ter ability in deciding
uates for governor in both parties
s;>eciniena o f the'r work will bi* on against their invasion in disguise.
"By virtue of the authority in me their opinions on the governor’s proc- ( tical activities by the Ku Klux Klan?” farther and I would have been a! questions and in making sales and
• vhibit and four of the boys will bo
purchases, and on that account are
doing their regular work in the sa vested by the constitution of the state . tarnation and the activities of the Ku * Yes, I have. Y’ou see it on all sides. goner.”
likely to advance more rapidly.”
nembly hall, lt is hoped many of the of Oregon to see that the laws arc
"Well,’ he continued, “I guess I’m !
pnrentr will keep this date open and faithfully executed and enforced, I a real menace while others charge I well organized all over the state.
out of hick. No! I am not either; ’ “Who’s Who” lists 67 successful
“Have you ever been receptive to for I can cross on the dam!- So say- self-made men against 8529 college
hereby call upon ail law enforcing that the proclamation was issued
will plan to visit u« on that day.
merely for political effect.
or sought the political indorsement of ing he sped away toward the dam, graduates. It also tells us that col
Charles Hall of Marshfield, gen the Ku Klux Klan?”
but upon reaching it the sight that lege education increases the chances
1 .ent'i i soeond teams played on th«- judges of the courts, sheriffs of the erally regarded as the Ku Klux candi
Thank God, no! No man can do so met his eyes made his heart stand | of a high school boy by nine times,
date for governor, says that he has and believe in the fundamental prin
giving him 229 times the chance of a
„„ the .___
ning, Lcnts came out with the score officers whatsttever to guard care "encountered no recognizable politi ciples of our government. Just read still with
> law, to insist that unlawfully dis cal activities by the Ku Klux Klan.” the constitutions, federal and state; •••eight of the rushing waters made *•
The 8B girls are planning to «erve guised men be kept from the streets, Louis E. Bean of Eugene recalls that also the history of our country.
A Famous Scout Ship.
the great timbers bend and groan
n luncheon fiir their mothers on Mon- j and to prevent further outrages and in his first speech in the campaign
"Has the Ku Klux Klan indorsed
The Niagara, the famous flagship
with an awe-inspiring sound. Harry
day. May 29. 1922.
maraudings, such as have occurred in “long before the proclamation of the you for office?”
knew well that if the dam were to of Commodore Perry, is to be given to
No. I am also thankful for their
There will he no hot lunch«« scrv«*d •ome of our own communities and in governor” he took a positive stand
give way the already swollen stream the Boy Scouts of Pennsylvania under
at school after tins Friday. A large the state of California. I particularly against the methods of the federate«! not having attempted to do so.
would overflow its banks and the the special guardianship of the Scouts
In conclusion Mr. Holmes quotes
dish of ice cream and a slice of home cite section 2046. Oregon laws, as a patriotic societies in holding secret
wall of water would sweep a clean of Erie, who will set at once to paint
conventions for the purpose of select the guarantees of religious liberty pathway down the river valley.
made cake will b«* served Friday for statute to be strictly enforced.
ing and repairing the good ship which
"Th« time has come to determine
10 cents a dish.
been fast going to decay in Erie
Lenta baseball team plny«*<l W oim I- whether our state government shall governor.”
that the dam would not hold longer harbor. By comparison with modern
atock last Monday evening. The
than an hour at most. He knew the vessels,, the Niagara looks about like
DRAWING THE LINE
score was 20 to 1 in l-ent’s favor.
little town of Malco, thi'ee miles a good-sized lifeboat. The Sea Scouts
Lents »cored ten runs in the first
down stream, lay directly in the path of Erie will use it for a training ship.
The governor of California, follow
inning. There were two home runs,
of the flood, but he could, at least, It will have a public re-christening,
ing the example of the governor of
both made by Rich Hubler.
warn the people of the coming danger. It already has a mascot, a sea gull
Not really knowing how he did it, with a broken wing, which the boys
The canning club of la'nt’s school Oklnhomn, has forbidden members of
find room to walk on the sidewalk. And Harry reached Malco in time to wam are caring for.
(From Oregon Voter.)
Woodmen* school Tues the national guard in his state to be
members of the-Ku Klux Klan.
where they are so thick, it is bol the inhabitants. They fled to the
Then the grand master of the
shevism they are talking, bolshevism hills just back of the town and every
Miss Cowgill gnve a demonstration Masonic order in California, afte.*
one was saved, but the town was
and talk on the canning of fruits anil learning that a considerable number land pastor who has been lecturing
whose first years had
Selecting and imitating mannerisms swept away.
\ «-getahles. All but one member of of Masons had joined the Kluxers, publicly in behalf of the klan, at of those whom he calls “Kikes and
been strangely free from any real
Jack won the race to the Morland 1
the club was present.
made this announcement:
tacks the Jews somewhat along the Sheenies,” the Rev. Mr. Sawyer not cross roads, but Harry won the race trouble of any kind, but who had
seen much of tragedy after she was
On May g4 at 3 and 8 P. M. the
“They must get out of either one, following line:
only raises uproarious laughter in his that saved 200 lives.
lx>nts school will have a movie show, j order or the other. The oath of
"Some of my Portland friends in au ‘iences, but incites a flaming spirit
“The thing I cannot understand,
The "Pendleton Round-up" will be the the Ku Klux Klan absolutely subverts the klan have suggested that I ought of contempt and intolerance towar.13
and perhaps never will, is why I was
main feature. There will be a comedy everything the Masons are taught as
not to criticize the Jews, but the real
An interesting page of the history j not happier when I had the chance.
reel and an educational reel in addi their first and highest duties.
The Rev. Mr. Sawyer’s addresses
“I am going to wait until after principles of the klan as a national are very similar in substance to utter of civilization lies concealed in the I "There was hardly anything to
tion to the Round-up pictures.
the Los Angeles investigation is over Organization, are as much anti-Jew ances of other paid klan lecturers in word copper. Europe first knew this make me unhappy, yet I was a most
and then the various lodges in my as they are anti-Catholic, anti-Jap, other states, and harmonize with the metal as an importation by the enter miserable person until real trouble
prising merchants of Phoenicia
jurisdiction will be'notified that mem
came along. I can look back and re
anti-Chinese or anti-Negro. The klan principles of the Ku Klux Klan as
The funeral of George W. M. John
bers who are Klansmen must get out.”
The Phoenicians got the mineral member days when I went about
son, the suicide whose will provided
Within the past few days the grand is opposed to all groups and races
from the Island of Cyprus. We find wrapped in tragedy because my gown
that $200 of his money should go to master of Oregon Masonry has issued which are not white, American anil make it very clear that Jews as well
in the Roman language in the third had not been sent home from the
the Community Chest, was hehl from a letter containing his “positive in
Christian. The Jews are a race apart eligible to membership irrespective century the word “cuprum.” and ab dressmaker at just the time I want
the Kenworthy parlors May 6.
terdiction” of “a movement inciting
The body of John Nelson Tong, old religious bigotry and racial discrimi from the white Christian people, and of whether they are American citizens. breviation of “Iyprium,” directly de ed it, or because I had not received
We are satisfied that many of the rived from the famous island that an invitation I had counted on, or
... , letter
. is generally
settler at Clackamas station who died
re ! they * , are intermingled
• us to Portland leaders of the Ku Klux first gave copper to Europe.
because my husband had forgotten
at the Oregon City Hospital May 6, garded as _ a warning
____ i__ „r to the
of of white Christian peo
It is interesting to note that in the that it was my birthday.
was held May 9 from the Kenworthy the Masonic fraternity to avoid Ku ple. Their influence as a whole is movement regard the anti-Jewish
“I could always find something to
agitation as unfortunate so far is Gaelic language the word for copper
parlors with Rev. E. H. Smith offi Klux affiliations.
IHimicious and antagonistic to the the main political plans of the klan is “kopar.” The inhabitants of the fret about in those days, something
ciating. I Mr. Tong was n widower, j Old Josiah Quincy might have had
76, with a daughter. Mrs. W. B. the Kluxers in mind when he said ideals of white Christian Americans, are concerned, especially as there are British Isles, including the Gaels, ha«i to grumble over, something to darken
Nctherton of Clackamas, station, that "the liberties of a people are and their power is growing to an ex so many Jews in Portland who are an early opportunity to become ac the horizon.
“Now that real sorrow has come
so widely known as this state’s fines1 quainted with copper.
never more certainly in the path of tent that threatens control of the
me, the things that used to fret
Rev. F. J. Cope officiated at the. destruction than when they trust American government, American busi citizens in the best and most Ameri
Phoenician navigators visited Corn
can sense of the term, but we are wall when the world was very young, roe are as nothing? I have come to
burial of the body of Everett R. themselves to the guidance of secret
ness, American industry and Ameri equally satisfied, as a result of the
the conclusion that some people just
Spencer, 57, late of 6029 Ninety-sec societies
fate of a republic is can institutions by white Christian best information we can obtain, that to obtain from its mines—which are like to be miserable.”
ond street Monday. Deceased leaves sealed when hats take the lead of
still operated—the tin which they
the cardinal principles of the klan it
Certain it is that people do make
a widow and four children.
used in the production of bronze by
"Jews are either holshevists, under self as a national body are anti-Jew alloying it with the copper from the much misery for themselves when
The body of Max Barnes, the youth
they might have happiness. It is so
mining our government, or are shy as well as anti-Catholic and anti-Jap, mines of Cyprus.
drowned nt Kelso, Wash., a month
"I-afe Soonovcr ia powerful sick, locks in finance or commerce who and that some of the Portland leaders
useless—such a waste of time—to fret
ngo, was interred in Multnomnh
about trifles. It ia a fault which can
gain control and command of Chris and many of the lesser leaders are en
cemetery by Rev. F. J. Cope, May 15. ain’t he?” inquired a neighbor.
Daughter—Pa, our domestic science and should be remedied—IJguorian.
The young man is survived by Mr,
*’I reckon so,” replied the gaant
gaged actively in boycott movements professor is teaching us how to spend
repugnant to a true American to be
and Mrs. W. E. Barnes, parents, of
“I hear tell three
The higher we rise thè more iso
bossed by a Sheenie. And^in some toward Jewish merchants, Jewish money.
8528 Fifty-first avenue.
Dad (interupting)—Next he’ll be lateli we become; and all elevations
The death of William Fred Cong doctors held a disagreement over him parts of America the Kikek are so charities and Jewish candidates and
don, 6504 96th street is reported.
thick that a white man can hardly citizens merely because they are Jews. teaching ducks how to swim.
Hw. Mr. Culver,
Shevrrmnn an«l Mrs. Maurice Shever
man attended th« annual conference
The annual W. M 8. convention of
the United Evangelical church is in
session at Kt Johns this week.
Next Suivlay morning the pastor
bus announced that he will discuss
the wo«k of the new conference year;
also tell us something about the un-
ntial conference at Tacoma.
Mrs. Johnson of Tacoma, an old
friend of the thilver'e, who assisted
them in a number of meetings in Bel
lingham, will I m * present in all of our
Sunday services, May 21, and will
sing for us. Mrs. Johnson is said to
grip the heart in her messages of
The W. M. 8. met this week with
Mrs. Edward Kruiuss, 5707 Ninety
The Friends' church and ours are
planning to conduct a joint Bible
school to begin th« week after the
public Behind closes, and to last three
weeks. The place of meeting hua
not yet been determined.
As a mean» of showing our ap
prveiation of our nt*w pastor and
family, the Culvers, a public reception
will lie held for them in the churrh
baseeient Friday night, May 19.
F.'verybodj' is welcome.
Rev. Mr. Baine, whe a*-si«ted th *
pastor in meetings two years ago by
singing, was in Iwnts calling u|x«n
c|«i friends Monday. Mr. Baine van
•m his way Io hia Tacoma home after
s* «ent in a Bild« seminary in
He w as the dinner guer-t of
ively o! served Sur
lie pasto« ’s »>*rm
tribute t<> motherhe
wnce sing and ««
Ku Klux Enmity to Jews