Nunzio Cancillo, a Sicilian who has operated a fruit and vegetable
market in Greencastle, Ind. for 45 of his 65 years, was examined last
week on his application for U. S. citizenship. He looked worried when
he was asked "Who makes the laws in the U. S.?" Suddenly smiling, he
replied, "Mr. Roosevelt." He passed.
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