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" VOL. XL MANNS. C., WEDNESDAY, APRIL 7, 1920. N.1
BLIZlARD HIS WEST;
ROODS IN SOUTHEAST
Deep Snowdrifts Block Railroads and
AWAY IN GEORGIA
Lower Section of Chattanooga Under
Water-Many Families Forced to
Kansas City, Ark., April 4.-Rail
oads and highways are blocked by
deep snowdrifts, rural telephone ser
vice is demoralized, and live stock is
suffering from a blizzard which swept
Kansas, Nebraska, the Texas pan
handle, Northern Oklahoma and Mis
souri last night and today.
Tonight all trains able to move
were running hours late and several
trains yere reported bound in by
heavy drifts. The temperature was
several degrees below freezing.
* Forecasters declared a probable rap.
id rise in temperature, accompanied by
melting of the snow may send many
streams out of their banks.
Families Forced to Move.
Chattanooga, April 4.-The Tennes
see river had reached a stage of 42.8
feet here tonight, was steadily rising
and promised to reach the crest of
43 1-2 feet before morning.
All during the hours of last night
and today families were being moved
fro mtheir homes as the flood wa
ters inundated the lower part of the
city. All that section including the
baseball park and the acres of low
lands north of Orchard Knob, was
covered by many feet of water, and
the residents most of them negroLs,
were busy moving out all during the
day. In the southern part of the city
many residences were entirely sub
merged, while families could be seen
lounging on their porches at many
places with the water literally lapping
tover the sills. In this section also
several industrial plants were inun
dated. All the brick manufactui ing
plants along the river have been
forced to shut down.
Travel by the main pike to Lookout
Mountain and St. Elmo has been halt
ed by an overflow at the latter suburb
while all roadways leading to Signal
Mountain are submerged.
Valdosta, Ga., April 4.--lleavy dam
age was done to crops in this section
today by the heaviest rain known
here in years. From 8 a. m. to 5
delock three and a half inches of wa
ter fell. Low lands are flooded,
bridges washed away and truck farms
Waycross, Ga., April 4.-Heavy dam
age in the aggregate to erops, roads
and bridges in this section has been
4 caused by more than three and a half
inches of rain here within the last
4 Mississippil River Up)
Vicksburg, Miss., April 4.--Day and
night patrolling of the levees in the
tihird Mississippi river district began
todlay when the high water in thc
Mississippi pass5ed the forty-five foot
mark and the flood stage here.
*The river continues to rise at the
rate of seven-tenths of a foot each
twenty-four hours and while a stage
of fifty-one feet wvas forecast for this~
point it is nowv believed that with the
recent rains and the flooded condition
of all tributary streams a~much higher
mark will be reached. All of the gov
ernment levee crews are at their
stations and repairs are being made to
all points damaged by the recent rains
wA large acreage of cultivated land be
tween the Red river and the Arkansas
river is undler water andl all local
boats are busy removing live stock
and personal effects to the city.
Heavy Fall of Snow.
Chicago, April 4.-Northern Illinois
and portions of Indiana and Michigan
today and tonight were in the grip of
a blizzard accompanied by gales and
a h1eavy fall of snow.
The storm struck Chicago territory
4early today between three andl four
Ainches of snow falling during the (lay
but was not expected by the weather
bureau to continue through the~ night.
The temperature remained aroundl 30
e grees above zero.
Train Service Demoralized
Lincoln, Neb., April 4.-The almost
20nprocndented ar mmhick mepnt the
SCHOOL TRUST[[S TO
The trustees of the schools and the
teachers will meet at the Court House
o nnext Saturday at 12 o'clock. Ad
dress of business will be made by
Miss Will Lou Gray, Supervisor of
Adult School, and state superinten
dent. The general public is also in
vited to be present.
School finances will have a prom
inent place in the discussions of the
school meeting on next Saturday. In
creased salaries of the past year or
so have exhausted practically all ac
cumulated balances. Further increas
es in salaries another year will likely
be made, and the district that doesn't
meet the situation squarely will have
short terms and less eflicient teachers.
With the liberal appropriations
made by the recent legislature for ed
ucation it behooves every district to
learn how to get its share. Attend
this meeting nid learn how.
Not a more important meeting can
be held than the one scheduled for
next Saturday of the teachers and
trustees as matters of great impor
tance are to come up and each district
school be represented.
State Supt. of Educationi J. E.
Swearingen will discuss district fin
ancers next Saturday. If Clarendon
County is to get its proper share of
State appropriations from the general
taxes then we must meet the legal re
quirements. Come and find out what
these conditions are.
Everybody invited to the meeting
The next examination for securing
'Teachers' Certificates will be held at
the Court House on Saturday, May
1st, 1920, beginning at 9 o'clock. A
great shortage of teachers has existed
the past year, and we want as many
applicants as possible to help iupl)ly
the deficiency. This is the !ast ex
amination under the old !aw. Hence
forth a State Board of' Examiners,
will pass upon the applicants fitness.
Rememler Saturday, May 1st 1920.
E. J. Bi'owne,
14-4t. Co. Supt. Education.
DAVIS STATION NOTES
The Easter egg guessing contest in
in the school was a very enjoyable
feature for Easter which was held on
The Easter exercise of the Sunday
school was not only largely attended
but an occasion which all look for
ward to with great pleasure.
Prof. Melon spent the week-end at
Rev. and MArs. W. 0. Henderson of
Elliots, Sumter County spent last
week with friends and relatives.
Mr. Raflield of Alcolu spent last
Sullny with his mother.
Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Stukes have re
turned from, a visit to Charleston.
Mrs. Chand!cr formerly Miss Ruth
Ilinnant, of Lanes is visiting her sis
ter, Mrs. Eugene Davis.
Mr. Ilinnal of Honey Hill spent the
week end with relatives.
Mr. E. W. Shorter spent the week
end at Alcolu.
Quite a large crowd from Manning
passed through here last week on their
way to Sumter to fish.
WVONAN ATT1EMPTl'S SUICIDE
Atlanta, April 5i.--Mrs. Catherine
Bradstreet, indlictedl with Win. B.
Green, former vice presidlent of the
Bank of F'airburn, wvho recently was
convicted of embezzlement, attempted
to commit suicidle tonight, according
to the police, when thiey arrested her
at the home of her father.
I"I won't go. I won't. go," the wvoman
shouted, according to the police, when
informed that her bondlsmen had wvith
drawn their security and that she must
go to jail. She then seized a long
kitchen knife and attempted to cut her
throat. The father, hrsband and the
police together took the knife away
the police reported, before the wvoman
did herself any harm. She is to be
tried at the August term of court in
Fairburn. Infactuation of Green for
the woman was said by the defense to
have caused him to take money from
Lunacy proceedings was started
against Green last night by his broth
er were altered, todlay by Superior
Court Judge Hltuchison, wvho held that
since Green had been convictedl and
sentenced, the ordinary had no juris
dliction in the case. This will be
fought out at ai hearing April 17.
Green is undler a five year sentence.
Southeast and South Central sections
of Nebraska abated early today and
with higher temperatures today the
snowdrifts, in many places four to six
feet (deep, wete disappearing. Train
service was still dlemoralizedl tonight
but main lines of all railroads were
opnend during- the day.
26 YEARS AGO
Mrs. E. D. Ilarvin is improving
Mrs. Lizzie MeClenaghan of Sum
ter, is visiting her parents in Man- I
A calvary eompany is to be organiz
ed in Salem.
Mrs. M. 0. Burgess has received her i
usual supply of millinery goods and
offers them to the ladies of Claren
don at the very lowest cash prices.
Capt. W. C. Davis is now in Boons
ville, Tenn., and expects to return
home about May 1st. C
Misses Julia and Bessie Barron of'
Alabama, are visiting Col. B. P. Bar
Mr. Harry Leard and wife of Chest
er, were in Manning last week on a
visit to the family of Mr. G. H. Hug
Dr. L. W. Nettles of Foreston, went I
to Columbia Tuesday to attend the
meeting of the State Medic.1 Board,
of which he is a member.
T1he latest curionty in Salem is a
pig An Mr. R. P". 'lorris' place that
has five feet.
The fish are biting at Scott's and i
Dispenser Ervin unide. instruction
from State Commissioner Traxler took
an inventory of the amount of stock
on hand and it footed up $900.
'[he dispensaries at Aiken and Sum- 1
ter were entered and robbed last
Cards are out for the marriage of.
Mr. B. W. DesChamps and Miss Lizzie
Fairey at Andrews Chapel on Wed
nesday evening, May 2nd. This will t
be quite an eventI as Lhe coupic ti
10 ARE DROWNED
IN SAVANNAH RIVER
EIleven-Year-Old Boy Only Survivor
Harper's Ferry Scene of Tragedy I
Abbeville, April 5.-Completely
overshadowing the trial of the I
Gossett boys here this morning is the
news of ode of the most terrible
tragedies in the history of Abbeville
County, the drowning of ten persons1
in the Savannah river, at Ilarper's
Ferry, four miles east of Lowndes
ville, Sunday evening at 6 o'clock.
A r gte the early reports wh icli
reache'd here this morning, a Im ty of
eleven persons set out to cross from
the South Carolina side to the Geor
gia side on the ferry. The river was
up seven or eight feet and the swollen
waters were known to be dlangerous,
but it was believed that the ferry
was in goodl condlition.
About half-way over the wire eai
ble to which the ferry fhat boat is
connectedi, and which holds it, broke
and the frail flat boat was swepjt out
into the raging waters of the Savan -
Out of the entire parlity of eleven
only one was savedl. This was a
young boy named Bradshaw. Israd
shaw, it is stated, saved hinmselfC, hut
details of his escape are lacking.
As received here this morning the
list of the d rownedl inc ludes;: Mr.
Lester Bradshaw, ferryman;Mi
Lester Waters, Miss Lucy Bradshaw.,
18; Miss All ie May Bradsham, 15;
Al fred Sutherland, 18; M iss A lice Mes
chine, 15; Charles Meschine, 19; Rob
ert Manning, 20; Inez Manning, 9; An
nie Manning, 15. Mr. and Mrs. Waters
had been married only a month. Mrs.
Waters was a Miss Scoggins of Abbe
'The auction sale of a part of the
estate of M. Levi attractedl a crowd'( of.
spirited bidders here today. The fol
lowing property was so1(d: The wood
en buildings on lower loyee street was~
bid in by F. C. Thomas, the ga rage
now occupied by Thomas-Weatherfordl
Co., was bought b~y S. I. Hlarvin, Hiar
vini Motor Co., building was bought by
F. C. Thomas, the lots fronting on
church street wvas bought by S. I.
Harvin. The Jenkinson store was wvith-'
drawn from the sale. The Manning
(Grocery Co., building was bought by
NHAT OUR COUNTY
FARMERS ARE DOING
Mr. Marion 0. Evans of New Zion
as ahnost all his spring work done.
las his cotton, cane, and corn planted
nid the (.orn.1 is already up in a fine
tland. IIis tobacco plants are also
oing very niciely anl he reports lit
le loss of tobacco plants due to ad
erse weather conditions. Mir. Evans
xpeets to plant 12 acres in tobacco
nd has cut down his cotton acreage.
t great many more farmers of Clar
ndon should cut down their cotton
ereage for the boll weevil will if they
Well, he blew 'em up all right.
'assed by Mr. T. II. mAcFaddin's place
t Gable last Thursday and found hiim
usy blowing out stumjps. As the
'round was very wet he had ideal
onditions for this work and the larg
r stumps he easily raised with the
wo sticks while the smaller stumps
vere boosted high with only oue stick.
)ne stuilp on its way upl) leaneld
gainst his new fence a little too hard
Inld made the fence look as if it had
iad a bad day. Anyway Mr. AlcFad
in can now get in that field with his
ractor and fix it up in short order
md instead of working around stumps
it will now carry more money to the
mnk, to say nothing of the better ap
tear'ance his farm presents.
ir. W. S. Scurry near Manning is
milding a new house, which will be
arger and more convenient than his
Ild homme. When Mr. Scurry moves
nto hiq new home and finads how
mnIv it is hie will wonder why he
lidn't do this before. lr. Scurry has
oie very fine Duroe hogs on his
arm anI he knows as everyone does,
hat pu rebred livestock and substan
ial, well-kci)t homes go together, so
te concludedl he had better get busy
id build a good house.
Sardinia and New Zion are fortun
kto in each having a progressive dairy
attle man. MIr. W. N. otish at Sar
ini and Dr. C. E. Gamble at New
Iion, each have a purebred Guernsey
)ull. Mr. Rush is doing a regular
lairy business with six fine cows, sev
1r:l purebred. Farmers should take
tlvan tage of the opportun ity' of using
much fine bulls for not every section
n Clarendon is so fortunate. We need
nore men like those in Clarendon, for
hl1irendlen needs more good dairy eat
lI. Look what a Bull Association did
or' Darlington county.
If y.v want to see a half. mile of
tood. substantial fence, take a ride
mut the Suinmertont road past Mr. Al
,in Ritrb's farm. Air. Rivhv used
Tyress posts, American woven wire
enee with one barbed wire on top.
'he woven wire is anout 47 inches
ligh and makes a gooi fence. Now
when M1r. Rigby gets his whole farm
'ceI you will soon he able to see
oiml(' finte stock for no man would
hink of putting' a bunch of scrubs
nside of such a fence, especially along
uel a noch tr'a veIled Ioad. Besides
crnh stock wouhin't pay back the
>rice of his fence in less than one
mindred years. but after that they
nlight bring in somle money. IHere is
mIe man getting ready for the b0Ill
Mevil. Ilore farmers sholuhl do like
vise before it is too late.
Whi' 10 am talking about fence I
tight as well tell you that Mr. R. D.
Iark has a regular fence on his pi ce
ear Alanning loi the ,ordan road.
lis fence is 47 inches high and made
>f all No. 9 wire, with one barbed
sire on ton. TPhat is a fence that will
ther'e longer than Mr'. Clark will
>wn the farm amnl tiient some. Any
mnimal that is outside cannot get in
'nless through a gate, nor1 can his
tock get out except by the same
emans, foir that fence will not break
aor heed. W hen buying fee it al
VINv' pave' to get good fence, es5pec ia11
the fence that go es arou nd thel
rm: eross fences can he lower and1(
'flim-hter weieght and still give good
llav'e 'oin noiticedi the individual far
wng houses ,as vou driove* nast,
ha hav'e been buiilt at the Bradhbami
Ii-o it em "i. WVith each house goecs
'smll 1)101 of ground wvhich now has
i ine st antd of r'ye oni it and wh ich
formnishles fine grazing for the sows.
I'his is the correct way to raise pigs.
Keen eachl lit ter' in its own back yard
oft il thev ar'e at least several wveeks
Ml~ a n- furin ish them with somethiig
rieen. At farrowing time sowvs
~houldIi always he taken away from the
rid an'd be n~rovideod with shelter andl
is s about the best way of dlolng
t. Stop in and see how the houses
me b' ilt anad then go homei( and1 build
0ome Ilike them. They pay.
A, erload of wir'e fencing thait. vas
wd"'ered co(oper'at ively by a number of
farii'ers ini the Wiire Fencing Cam
nain arri11'iivedl at Mannlting and was de
l iv'eed to the nrcrhaser's 0n Monday
mii' Tuesday. Th is wire ari'ved at a
'crv busy time of year and most far
meris ennnilot stonl to build fence now.
It will keep until they aire r'eady and
w'hen put. up Clarendon county will
have', at least ten miles more fence
t han it has now. Fourteen farmners
"ado up ordei's for the carload so
hat is fourteen moi'e men who are
"I Iing iready foir the holl weevil.
Well, every little bit helps and if a
boll wveevil flies lowv enough he will
4tikle more than one tence before he
rats across the county.
IN GOOD SHAPI
The Association held its anum
meeting Wednesday March 31st. Froi
the written reports of the oflicers wv
find wv have had a very successft
A good many new names have bee
added to the roll. Have had water pr
in building at a cost of one hundre
and thirty-six dollars. Soic oth(
needed repairs on building. The con
mittee appointed to have building rI
painted, leported an impossibility ,
set-urmy" ' workmiani so that contnnittc
will be retained until work can :
done. Have purchased twenty- fiv
dollar; worth of new books. Mr
II. L. Barnett left a fund with the lit
rarian, to be used for those that ai
shut in. Any member of the Librar
association, knowing or any one shit
in, are at liberty to get books froi
the library for their use, thanks I
Mrs. Barnett's liberality. A motio
was m.ide aIi( carried that the libra1
ian act as secretary, so that bool
im y always he inl li y, for inispe
tioi of itembers (if the associatioi
Tle time of monthly meetings w.
changed from Monday to Wednesda
so we will be glad to see a large nun
ber present the last '-di(esday inl eac
month. The ofl.ce. :. 0,-td to -in
this year: Mrs. W. P. Legg, pres
dent; Mrs. E. 1. Wilkins, vice-pres
dent; Mrs. Carlisle Bratiham, Treasui
er; Mrs. J. Furman Bradham w
elected delegate to represent tle Lit
rary at the South Carolina Federatior
of \Vomian's Clubs to be helk at Wit
throp College April 21, 22, 23. Hol
all of the old members will take a ie
interest in the work and let this I
the best year the library has ever ha
As far as my knowledge goes thei
are few towns the size of Mannin
with such a nice little building an
splendid collection of books. I thinr
every citizen in Manning should I
Proud of it, and help to maintain i
It is entirely dependent on the fees <
the membership to keep its doors ope
as We have no endowment. The tow
gives fifty doe llrs a year to be used a
improvements. 'The members decid(
to try the plhan of lea vng a "Stoi
flour" for the children.
Next Saturday afternoon at
o'clock we will have the firsIt ieet ini
Let all micmbers of tle associatiu
that have children from five to eigi
years, send t hem to the library and v
promise them a good time if they lil,
to listen to story telling. If the chi
dren take hold of 'ibis we will nubli
eaclh wveek the age!; of childrenl expec
ed. We will be glad to have a ela
each week from high school girls at
boysiv to the little tots.
We live ordered sone tables ft
the libriary and as soon 's they con
will fix up the reading roonis. TI
public invited to use these rooms :r
books when library is olen.
Mrs. Furman Bradham.
<t:-imson Cllege, S.C., A pril -1, 111'
Baseball pracLice is now in iu
r'unnrt ing at (1lemso'n1. Atl r. Eitt ;
lIodI: of the flome' Branch section i
Clar'nt:ionl county is showing up go
i - practice. The . b-iseball sealson :
Clemson olpled on tOhe WCnd <
A pril. Clemson was defeated by 0
UIjtivert.;ity of (b.orga i il two t':imw
The games were played on the seeml
and third of A pril. 'Ihe(' score of ti
first iame wais 1; to 2. andtil the seco
3 to 0.
Gin. C. lrvin' Matker, commnande
ini-chi'f of the con federate veti'ran
gave at ver'y interestting~ tatlk Wednei
dayVt evening. this subjel(ct was, T
Grttter of thle Con fedetricv. Genert
Atker saw four yearis of'act i ve ste
vici' intoi t' ('onfcederate armv.
ar iAl~iessris. J1. (Gi. Tlarbtott of (Georg
an tE . Z1. itostic. Tw"o of our C'let
sont proifessors have g iveni l up tecir i
to 0formtt hie Cartotlina Phanit and Sc<
Co. at Lauriens. Those t wi arei E.
Ial1 arid L.. O. Watsoni, boath wer il
The G. W. C. Glee (lub gave a yei
inte'ies ting enteita inmerit Sa turIh
night , A pril the third.
Tlhte ('lemson College swim mit
team will hold1( a ('onte(st with Ge iorg
Tech itt the nar future. Tlech w
name to put foi'th her fit'st effotrts fa
Clemsoti hias a n utmber one swimir i
$6m 2t0 was ra isedi by the College
her shar'e of the fund witich is he'ir
raised for the putrpose of er'ectintg
mtoiium'nt which will he Anerien
gift to Friance.
A number' of farmers have ask<
me lately whethtr they had to tal
a shipmiet.t of stock toic out of ti
dlepot if they did niot wanit to. I to
them no. From all reports I can g.
somett tonics are mliisrepr'eseiterd to ti
farmer's, the sellers claiming they wi
eurei' hog cholera ant pi'evt'nt th
cholera, as well as kill wor'ms and v'a
ious other' things, If a tman cattei
nme. anid told mel( his sc'ock tontic won(t
eutre chiolei' that statenient w~oui
'cure' nie of hinm at once. The totn
may kill worms, etc., bitt wht'n a nit
starts out with a statemnent. like tht
I wouldn't bldieve another thiung I
had to say. At the outset he bran
hinmself as a faker..
A. Mt. Musser,
iHNS FORCE ADVANC[
IN THE BUHR REGION
I 200 Men Killed in Fresh Fighting
n iStuation ;- Grave-France De.
c cl ares German Troop love
Is Entirely Uncalled
. Will Occupy Frankfort.
'A Mayence, April 5.--(By the Asso.
-Iilted Press.)--The French t.roops,
if I will occupy lrankfort early tomorrow
m'IOornin.g Some detach m)tenllts have
200 Alen Killed
e 13 erlin, April 5.-(By the Associated
Press.)-The government forces have
n lost 200 inii killed inl fresh fighting
o in the triangle formed hy Duisbur,
n1 Dlortmundl and issen , according t0 of
-icial information given
spoildent this monI':ing. lEXCept iD Wi
triangle <Iiet 'radually is beinz re
stored il the JPuhr diAtrict.
hi .dvance (onth: es,
e Diseidorf, April 5..By the Asso
- eited Press. --The advance of the
_ ichswehrii ill the RuhIr region ecn
tillues mnL Oberhausen, Dortmund and
>I-Ledenscheid were orcliled to0 ay.
is Only a few hunLdrod c -..mn till ists offi
ciated of the occupation. Communica
tions with the occupied towns have
e been cut off.
French Attitude Defined.
d Paris, April 5.-(By the Associated,
k Presc.)--The attitudi: o fthe Frene-h
C Government in the presen t German
crisis is defilled and explained in a
I note issued tonight. After reiterat.
n ing that the government has no hoa
0 tile designs toward Germany, desir
Ain, on the contrary, the resumption
of normal relations with that coun
5 try, and expressing realization of the
diflicult situation of the Berlin Igov
II ernment, the Ilote declares thaL. Oe
I German GoverneLt has givei wny
t. o pressui hy the militarist pa rt.y,
"1not fearing to infringe the impera..
I tive and litst solmLLn? stipuilat.iml 41
I the eVIsailles treaty.
"The quence of facts follows:
"'The first request for perilLisslion
r for the iltry of extra troops intori
vthe Rur district was male just af
ter the insurgent movement by the
d milit.1ry autLhorities OnI .larch IlT. It
was renewed from Iitilin (ilLl arch
17, ill the name of tile legitim-A
govern ilt hy Voi ll L niel, whle ha
renmined in Hellin with the consenit.,
at. least impliil, of the insu rgemyl %LI V
"All information fr01om tIhe' A IeI i
>f missions, and aigv':ain the day before
I yestvriIY, from the high commIIIission.
ers at Coblenz, dlo4's not vcase to shiow
that German mlilitaryV inte'rventiLo i S
S. ic c- folr by th1v situation ml
141 would be attelhcd with the gr"
dangers f olm the point of view of
security h th for the population ind
r.h men in the fiel;. '
. Te nitt then lpints out. that if the'
he 1. dlSL~isomlcut cl~cass if th L e-b
therie woutldI11 hve' been~ neit her the
Kapp1 iL~l nirrct 11 ion nL a lad armny inl
'I the Ruhr, ando reimarkr tI l't Lrt icles
412 and1( 44- areI such :ani his0pensalet
sacfeguardic that arcticle cin' oif the
1-Firancc-Anglo-Amen~tritcani con~ventionc tie
ci ocsitins inisuiiti't toi aissuret the
proI'ttectioni of FraLncet.. It conct'~ldes
(- "The situaction crecac ted byv the abirupt
offenls i ve ocf the' German) II troop ils in the'
H uhrI obic t.tIhe'I Frcnchi GovetrnmLienct
todayi toLconsider cmilitariy mfeasureac,
thet i'xecuitionl of which cancnot he:
di (eferre'd. Theii sole obccject of tiChese
ml easures is to bing Germny~n~ to a
due res pect of the t rea:ty; they are
e'xclusive'ly o f aLLL 'c'riv Vt ndi pr'cau I
is t ionary~ c'haacter'."
,nlD'IER GIVES VIEWS
New~ York, A pril '5c-.W cade HI. IIlayei
stale commalInder of~ tiCIhe AmerI)CLican I r.
di gumion toight made~it pullic a letter from,
FrnD'Ol ier, nat ionaI tomndtlle r at
h tcking the poisi tion of le'iocn ofieters
tI Whot oppose0 tilt prcipiosedl adtjus~t'nt
IC compenlsation plan(1, inl opplosit ion to the
11wishe~s of veterans11 thie rpr'ese'nt.
"fI must coinfess"' lead the letter,
.o "that I lavt ot a~i.1 gr'eaLt deal of pa..
It t ienc'e wvih the new type of consei
n 'lt ious objectotr whoi fee'ls hiis rescpon
ICsihil ity of leadcer'shi p to such anL ex
at tenit that lie is stating whalt hi' per'sonf.
ie ally blieicves his meimbler sh ip ought, to
Is rc and ouight to think, rat her than
what thley really (10 think anti dio de