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land has restored citizenship and.per
sonally written me along the lines of
exceeding kindness; the judges of the
Circuit Court who live here and who
know me personally have assured me
of their friendship; everyone wants
to do something for "me to show
I was very sensitive at first, but am
getting over it. No one utters a word
about the past that is dead. All are
my friends friends of the man they
called a "Modern Valjean" and whom
they say "came back."
Outside people still write me; par
ticularly women, who are actuated by
the kindliest and best of motives. I
have had offers from several big
newspapers of other cities. But and
you can put this in Big Type no
amount of money no position could
tempt me to leave Cumberland; where
I have so many real friends. No sal
ary, no position on any newspaper,
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Harry Hayward and the Great Events
of His Life.
would induce me to leave the editorial'
sanctum of the Daily News, Cumber
land, Md., where I have worked for
nearly seven years and where I shall
continue to hold down an editorial
desk as long as they will let nte.
I am still a "curiosity" to some as
I walk the streets. I see many turn
after I pass and hear a whisper,
"That's Hauk!" now and again.
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