Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on April 26, 1969 · Page 2
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Saturday, April 26, 1969
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I · NtrAwMl AriniMM TIMB, $·»., April U. 1M» t-tWrrraVILta. MaUHiM __^__ Arkansas Western Gas Co, Elects Six Board Members Six director-; were elected at the a n n u a l stockholders meeting of Arkansas Western Gas Company here Friday. Charles E. Scharlau. president, reported earnings for the company for ·he first quarter of 1969 were J1.M7.433 or 63 cents per share. Directors elected were L. L. Baxter. Scharlau and Clifton Wade all of Fayetteville: R. F. Cook of Fabcns. Tex. and Moun- · n i n Home: Norman Hirsch- "eld 'X Oklahoma City. Okla. »nd .John T. M a c G u i r e of El Ps'o. Tex. He also announced that ei- xnditureh during 1969 would approximate J2.4 million of which Jl 2 million would be for dril- ':ng and natural gas produc- ·ion in the Arkansas River Valy Ba«in. "Currently," he said. Arkansas Western is operator fur the drilling of two wells." He stated the company had -ecer.Uy completed the Benton "trope well as a producer one mile southwest of Altus in the Aetna Field. Total estimated daily flow of the well will approach 13 million cubic feet. The company has extensive J. B. Crumpler, treasurer and assistant secretary and Charles F. Brannan. secretary and assistant treasurer. School Menu WEST FORK Monday: Italian spaghetti,] g r e e n beans, apple-cheese salad, doughnuts, cornbread, butter, milk. Tuesday: Sloppy Joe h a m burgers. French fries, c o l e sla'A, sliced peaches, milk. Wednesday. Pizza. English peas, lettuce salad, fruit Jello, hot biscuits, butter, milk. Thursday: Ham and potato casserole, whole kernel corn, carrot-pineapple-Jellow salad, chocolate cookies, rolled wheat rolls, butter, milk. Friday: Grilled cheese salad sandwich, grilled tuna sandwich, potato chips, vegetable salad, ice cream, milk. MRS. MORSANI Mrs. Tito Morsani of Springdale, state president of Epsi- ion Sigma Alpha sorority, will preside at the 19th annual state convention here this weekend at the Downtown Motor Lodge. Special guests are Mrs. George Skorney of Portland, Ore., second vice president, and International Head- qaarteri Representative; Mrs. Patricia Wood of Springdale, president of the Southeastern Regional Council of ESA and Mrs. Harry Tschumi of Little Rock, seonnd vice president. lease holdings in the Arkansas' River Valley area and is con-| WINSLOW · a n t l y adding to these holdings] Monday: Beans with ham, to further development of gas;candied sweet potatoes, mixed production. greens, cornbread, p e a c h Based on shares of common,halves, milk, stock outstanding, earnings re-1 Tuesday: Vienna sausage, ported by Scharlau were 97 m a s h e d potatoes, blackeye · ----- '- peas, hot rolls, fruit J e l l o , milk. Wednesday: Beef and vegetable soup, peanut better and pimiento c h e e s e sandwich, crackers, brownies, milk. Thursday: Spaghetti w i t h meat, cole slaw, hot rolls, but tercd corn, banana milk. Friday: Hamburger on bun, potato c h i p s , green beans, pickles, onions, ice cream bar, .-ents per share compared to 87 cents per share in 1967. Customers on Dec. 31. 1368 to- ,, .... meeting officers were re-elected. They include Baiter, chairman of the hoard. Scharlau, president: W i l - liam J. Smith, vice president: taled 47.7,.. Following the Fire Damages City Apartment Fire, apparently caused by a cigarette in a sofa, damaged the second floor apartment of two University of Arkansas students early today. Firemen said the apartment, in a building at 6 N. Duncan St. owned by Cy Carney Jr., was occupied by M.S. Akins and Nickey Ashmore. The fire broke out about 7 a.m. today. FARMINGTON Monday: Weiners, pork and beans, cole slaw, apple cobbler, hot rolls, butter, milk. Tuesday: Sloppy Joes corn, sliced cheese, apple sauce, cookies, milk. Wednesday: Fried o c e a n fish, potatoes and gravy, tossed salad, fruit Jello, corn bread, butter, milk. Thursday: Pinto beans and ham. greens, carrot sticks, corn bread, ice cream, butter, milk. Friday: Fried chicken, pota toes and gravy, tomatoes, hot Firemen said a third youth, r o lls, peach halves, butter. Bailey, had spent the night in the apartment with Akins while Ashmore was out of town. The two youths e s c a p e d through a second apartment and climbed down fire department ladders. Damage was limited In the living room of the apartment. No one was injured. Virginia Approves New Constitution RICHMOND. Va. ( A P ) -- Vir- ginia'i General Assembly corn milk. SPRINGDALE Monday: Hamburger, French fries, catsup, pickles, onion rings, banana. Tuesday: Chili beans, cheese and crackers, slaw, cinnamon rolls. Wednesday: Tuna »alad, pickle rings, peas, carrots, lettuce wedge, orange cake. Thursday: Hot tamales, buttered corn, tossed salad, pineapple crunch. Friday: Fried chicken, gravy, whipped potatoes, celery stick, Fruit Jello, cheese rolls, Bread, butter and milk served with all lunches. PRAIRIE GROVE Governor Probes Student Unrest At Magnolia LITTLE ROCK (AP) - Gov. Winthrop Rockefeller said Friday he had sent some of his representatives t o S o u t h e r n State College at Magnolia and had talked with Dr. Iman Bruce, SSC president, about a recent controversy at the college. The SSC administration recently revoked the charter of an organization, Students United for Rights and Equality (SURE), and dismissed two faculty members who were advisers to the organization. Rockefeller emphasized, however, that he did not have any constitutional authority to step into local situations concerning student unrest unless it reaches the rioting stage. Rockefeller said he was attempting to determine how he. as governor, might "exert the role of leadership." About 100 students and some 'acuity members at SSC wore black armbands Thursday to jrotcst "the death of academic freedom" at the school. The protest was prompted by the dismissal of Donald Baldridge, a history professor and a former faculty adviser to ^··i^^B««^«««.TM^"^^^"^^^^"^-- Campus Calendar SUNDAY , Junior reciUl: Beverly Alvenon (piano). FA Conceit Hall. 3 p.m. Film Arts Society: "Detth of Tanan." FA IheaWr. »:JO It] 8:30 p.m. Art exhibit: MFA gradual* students, FA Gallery. I a.m. 16 6 p.m. MONDAY Chemistry seminar: SB 218. 1:SO p.m. Botany jacteriology/plant pathology joint seminar: UH 1WD, 3:30 p.m. Faculty recital: Barbara Seagrave * Carolyn Hickson, FA Concert Hall, 8 p.m. Art exhibit: MFA jraduate students, FA Gallery, I a.m. to 6 p.m. TUESDAY Electrical engineering seminar: SE 109, 2:30 p.m. Physics Dept. graduate colloquium: 119 Physics Bldg.. 4:JO p.m. Gaebale '69: Skits and musical numbers, Greek Theater. 7 p.m. Art exhibit: MFA graduate stuflentl. FA Gallery, I a.m. to 6 p.m. WEDNESDAY Senior recital: Lecia Jones (soprano), FA Concert Hall. 3:30 p.m. Public lecture: Dr. Tillman Cothran, Waterman Hall, 7:30 p.m. Junior recital: Tony Smith and Jonny Gillock, FA Concert Hall, 8 p.m. Gaebale '69: Mils University of Arkansas Pageant, Men's Gym, 8 p.m. Art exhibit: MFA graduate students. FA Gallery, t a.m. to 6 p.m. THURSDAY Law Day activities: Speech by Will Mitchell, Waterman Hall, 1:30 p.m. Chemistry seminar: CH 226, 11:30 a.m.: CH 14, 3:30 p.m. Junior recital: Dona Gillespie Dina Cagle, FA Concert Hall, 8 p.m. Art exhibit: MFA graduate students, FA Gallery, 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. FRIDAY Law Day activities: Registration for seniors considering law study. Waterman Hall, 12:30; Orientation session * tour of Law School facilities, 1 p.m.: Waterman Case Club Competition, 2 p.m.; reception and banijuet, rayetteville Country Club, 6:30 p.m. Zoology research seminar: 418 new Science Building, 4:JO p.m. Graduate recital: Michael Rader (baritone), FA Concert Hall. 8 p.m. Law Speaker Peter Relek, aviatioi editor of the Chicago American, will speak at the Metropolitan Dinner Club meetlBg at the Fay- ettCTille Ctnntir Club Monday. Reich is assigned to the spice program and was an eye-witness to the launching of the first man in space. Be has twice won the Air Force Association's Newspaperman of the Year award and is one of the original radio Quiz Kids. The formal diaaer will get underway at (:3t p.m. with a social hour. |«eoamKVD imM PACE OND I ma* CMC Club competition will 1 be held Friday at 2 p.m. Law Students Jack MeNulty of Pine I Bluff and Jerry Canfield of Fay- I etteville will vie with Tern Daily I of Fort Smith and Rick Lippard of Booneville in an argument b e f o r e an appellate court. Judges will include Arkansas I Supreme Court Justices George llRose Smith and John A. Fogle ""RECEPTION PLANNED A reception and banquet it he Fayetteville Country Club, ointly sponsored by the Student Bar Association and the Vashington County Bar Association, will be held Friday night, beginning at 6:30. Dean Hawk- and will be the featured speaker. Law Day activities will conclude Saturday night with the arrister ball, beginning at 8 p.m. at the "Rink." In addition to dancing, the ball will feature the announcement and crowning of Miss Law Day. and the 12th annual Law Day skit. Mother Assured Son Die Not Die Without Cause Gaebale '69: Red-White football game, 2 p.m.; Gaebale dance, new Fairgrounds, 8 p.m. Art Exhibit: MFA graduate students, FA Gallery. * a.m. to 6 p.m. SATURDAY Gaebale '69; Concert featuring "Steppenwolf." Barnhill Fieldhouse, 1 p.m.; Carnival, 7:30 p.m. Dance, I p.m., new Fairgrounds Junior recital: Frances Smith (piano), FA Concert Hall, 8 p.m. Law Day activities: Barrister ball, "Rink," 8 p.m. Art exhibit: MFA graduate students, FA Gallery, 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Obituary jleted a special session Friday y approving a proposed new date constitution. The constitutional revision process began in the legislature ·b. 2fi and won't end until the document is approved by the 1970 General Assembly and then ratified hy the voters. The key feature of the proposed constitution-- the first ma- jnr revamping of the document in 40 years is a sharp departure from Virginia's traditional nay-avyou-go fiscal policy to a hroad program of state borrowing to meet burgeoning capital outlay needs, primarily in education and mental health. Another provision would have the General Assembly meet in annual sessions instead of its biennial get-together. Three Persons Hurt !n Auto Accident A University of Arkansas siu- i r-nt was hospitalized and two ut her pi'ivms injured in a two car colision on Stadium Drive ,i lout .'i p.m. F r i d a y . Police identified the hospita i i / i - i l '.'.'idi-hi ;r; M a r k Allen. l!i A passenger in Allen's car Mrs H a r h a r a DcMott. 20. of the Pnmphret Housing Center, am W i l l i a m It Gibson. III. d r i v e of the second vehicle, were re eased after treatinont at Wash mgton General Hospital. Allen is in guild condition to ·lay. ftaippj A l u m i n u m Construction Ne Foundation Needad Delivered Ready To Use bZARK Portable Bldgt. Co. 27(19 N. College 52I-I2W) Monday: Baked bologna, whip t\ e'd potatoes, pork and beans, d oils, butter, strawberry short- S ake. milk. Tuesday : Pimento cheese 11 andwich. tuna salad, sandwich, « lash brown potatoes. English s was. fruited Jello, milk. w Wednesday: Beef pork loaf. n oils, butter, peanut butter co- kie. milk. Thursday: Barbecued ham- urger. French fries, catsup, ossed salad, apricot cobbler, milk. Friday: Sauerkraut and Viena sausage, blackeyed peas, carol strips, cornbread, butter, h o c o 1 a t c cake with ice- | ng, milk. ( FAYETTEVILLE ' Monday: Hamburger on bun, ' buttered corn, vegetable salad, s orange wedge, Florida spice i ake. milk. ' Tuesday: Chicken pie, but- ered green beans, cole slaw, i rolls, butter, ice cream bar, Wednesday: Veal drumsticks, cheese stick, potatoes in jackets, carrot sticks, raisins, rolls, Hitter, chocolate pudding, milk. Thursday: Vegetable b e e f soup, peanut butter sandwich, leach h a l f , milk. Fridav: Fried f i s h , potatoes an grat'in, tossed green salad, cornbread. butter. .Jello ' t h fruit, milk. ST. JOSEPH'S Monday: H a m a n d b a k e d beans, mixed greens, carrot sticks, f r u i t Jello. cornhread, butter, milk. Tuesday: Italian spaghetti. buttered English peas, c o l e slaw, peach halves, rolls, butter, milk. on bun, buttered corn, celery sticks, strawberry shortcake, m i l k . Tlnirsdav: Vienna sausage, peas, f r u i t cup, hot rolls, butter. milk. ,, , Friday: Fish cakes, French fries, green beans, chilled tomatoes, cookies, hot r o l l s , butter, milk. F.LKINS Monday: Spanish rice with YE OLDE DISCOUNT DRESS SHOW OPENING MAY 1 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Nttltntl Nflmt *r«n»J Ortim. Nt Item*. WI.. A(a«rtm»irt - - Only a *«w tf t«h (lit mvA rtyli Ctmt ft Itf (ftp light In SpriniMt »»"" hy««tvlllt MI Hwy. 7!. Turn Wl (Wfhwty M WJ Ot 4 bitch. SURE. Baldridge. who says he was given no reason for his dismissal, has filed a complaint with the American Association of University Professors and has asked for a public hearing on his dismissal. The college administration revoked the charter of SURE, apparently because the organization refused to back down on a speaking invitation extended two University of Arkansas students representing the Southern Students Organizing Committee. Rockefeller was asked to look into the matter by Kenton Stellwagen, a former adviser to SURE and a music teacher whose contract also wasn't re newed. Franchise Purchase Is Announced Quality Franchises, Inc., of Little Rock, has purchased AQ Chicken House franchise rights in six states which will result in construction of about 300 A.Q. Chicken Houses in Arkansas, Louisiana, Alabama, Georgia. Florida and Colorado. Roy Ritter of Springdale. president t- of AQ Chicken Houses. Inc., announced the purchase. Areas included in the agreements are all of Arkansas except the cities of Jacksonville. Searcy and the counties of Madison. Carroll. Benton and WashinRton. which are contro- led hy AQ Chicken Houses, Inc., of Springdale. Little Rock and Dogpatch, U.S.A. are included in the contract. ground beef, green peas, com date E. Miller, SI, a resident of Siloam Springs for the last nine months, and prior to that of Pottsville, Ark., died Saturday in S i l o a m Springs hospital following a long illness. A native of Winthrop, Iowa, he was formerly county judge of Buchanan County, Iowa and a retired farmer. He was a member of the Methodist Church and of the Masonic Lodge. Survivors are a daughter, Mrs. June Thompson of Decatur and two grandchildren. A memorial service will be conducted at Wasson Funeral Home chapel Sunday at 2:30 p.m.. with funeral service Tuesday at 10 a.m.. at Faucett Funeral Home in Winthrop. Burial will be in the Whitney cemetery. M i s s Margaret Rachael Oil ver, 84. died Friday in a loca hospital. Bom June 8. 1884 ir Fayetteville. the daughter of Charles M. and Ella Cardwel: Oliver, she was a member ol Central U n i t e d Methodis Church and United Daughters o the Confederacy. She is survived by three sis ters. Miss Kathryn Oliver am Miss Bess Oliver, both of Fay etteville and Mrs. C. B. Moling of Kansas City, Mo. Funeral service will be 10 a.n Tuesday at Moore's Chapel will nder direction of Pycatte Fu- eral Service. Rogers--Carl D. Bier, 75. of Rogers, died Friday in the Rogrs hospital. Born July 29, 1891 n Decorah, Iowa, he was a utheran and a veteran of World War I. Survivors are the widow, Mrs. \nn Payne Buer of the borne: ne son, Dr. Carl F. Buer of Hacine. Wis.; two brothers, bination salad, rolls, canned fruit, milk. butter. Tuesday: Pizza. French fries. corn, sugar cookies, milk. Wednesday: Country style steak, mashed potatoes, comhi nation salad, rolls, butter, ice crenm, milk. Thursday: Hamburgers, potato salad, onions, pickles, chocolate cake, milk. Friday: Brown beans with han, buttered potatoes, stewed Jello with fruit, milk. burial in Stearns Cemetery. Siloam Springs -- Mrs. Vir ginia Etta Wilson. 79. of th R o b i n s o n Community d i e Thursday at the Springdale Me morial Hospital. Rorn April 8 1889 at Robinson, she was Methodist. Survivors include her husban J. 0. Wilson of the home; tw daughters. Mrs. Virginia Wa kcr of Springdale and Mrs Cora Littrell of Robinson: tw sons. Woodrow and Rob, hot of Harmon; one sister. Mrs Ruey Draper of Siloam Springs five grandchildren and foil great-grandchildren. Funeral services will he Sun day at 2 p.m. at the Fir?t Me thodlst Church in Siloam Spring with burial in Yell Ccmeter; Area News In Brief ^SSSSSISI^SS^^KfWsjSBi COUNCIL TO MEET T h e Northwest A r k a n s a s Council for Exceptional Child ren will meet Monday. April 28, at 7:30 p.m. in room 146 of the new gradual* education building on the University of Arkansas campus. Dr. J. M. Sadnavitch and delegates will report on the national conference held recently in Denver, Colo. 2,500 Near Air Misses Reported WASHINGTON (AP) -- A new- government policy of granting immunity to pilots who report near misses with other aircraft has increased the number of such reports five times. This reportedly is the finding of a study by the Federal Aviation Administration expected to be released in the next two or three weeks. The study, according to an FAA source, will show about 2,500 near misses were reported last year over the United States. This'compares with about 500 each of several previous years when any pilot reporting in volvement in a near miss faced the possibility of prosecution. "These do not actually mean near midair collisions." said the source of the current study "After investigation less than half turned out to have any de gree of hazard." A 12-month Flight Safety lieodore of Lacuna Hills, Calif. nd Alfred of Redwood, Calif.; iree sisters, Mrs. Mathilda Hegtvedt of Cresco. Iowa. Mrs. Milton Killer and Mrs. Melvin Stephens b o t h of Decorah and our grandchildren. Funeral service will be at 2 p.m. Monday at the Callispn funeral Chapel with burial Wednesday in National Ceme- ery at Fayetteville. Morris Estle Phelan, 64. of Springdale. died in the Springdale hospital Friday. Born in Fayetteville. Feb. 21. 1905. the son of William and Sarah Malone Phelan, he was a retired jutcher. Survivors are one son, Norris of Springdale: one brother; Ottis (Pete) of Fayetteville and one sister, Mrs. Nola Thomas of Fayetteville. Graveside services will he at 2 p.m. Monday at the Strain Cemetery under direction of the Watson Mortuary. Funerals ..Marion Fuller Harrison: 2 p.m. Monday; Moore's Chapel; burial in National Cemetery. Flood Aid Increased LITTLE ROCK (AP) - The funds made available to Arkansas because of statewide flooding earlier this year has been increased $50,000 to $350,000. President Nixon informed Gov. Winthrop Rockefeller of the supplemental allocation Friday. The state had been de- study by the me.... w..-., Foundation in 1961-62, turned up 2,577 nea misses. During that study thi foundation encouraged anon mous reports of near misses bu there was no immunity. The latest study was ordere by former FAA Administrate Gen. William McKee for th whole of 1968 and was accompa nied by the promise of immun ty. Both the study and the im munity have been extended an other 12 months. 'P«rf«ct Plan' DENVER. Colo. (AP) - Yal Prof. Harry Magenau told Denver audience recently h had the "perfect plan" for end ing the Vietnam war. Margenau suggested that e ery enemy soldier who surre ders he given a new car, J5.00 cash and an airline ticket to an where in the non - Comrnum world he wanted to go. Marge au said that if all North Vie namese and Viet Cong troop agreed, the cost would be abou the same as conducting the wa for two months. cla'red a disaster area by Nix SERVICE! V \AeUoni MURAL MOMC. MC BROWN, Burley B. - Katur- I riny 10:00 a.m. Nelson's, I Chapel. Interment, nuckhorn 1 Cemetery. Rev. I.con Gregory officiating, RABCOCK, John Brook Saturday 4:00 p.m. University Baptist Church. Ilrv. II. D.' McCarty offlciatlnn. Interment, Memorial Gardens Cemetery, Duncan, Oklaho- 1930 1969 In honor of The Thirty-ninth Anniversary of ordination fa The Sacred Order of Priests of The Reverend Dr. Marius J. Lindloff The Communicants of St. Paul's Episcopal Church Arc Invited to a Reception en Wtdnaiday ·vtning, »h» thirtieth of Apr!) Fay»lrtvill» Country Clwt 'ayttttvlllt, Arkansas 7:30 - ?:30 Ferryboat Sale PROVIDENCE, R.I. (AP) The state is offering a pair 701-ton ferryboats on an ' as-i where-is" basis to the highe bidder for delivery on or abo June 30th. The 194-foot boats which ca carry 500 people and 60 ca each, will continue to onera between Newport and Jamr town until the Newport Bridge opens this summer. WASHINGTON (AP) - An Ohio mother who was prompted by a message from the American Deserters Committee in Sweden to ask President Nixon if her son died in vain in Vietnam has received reassurance from the President. "I can understand the feelings of those who cry out against war and demand its end now." Nixon wrote to Mrs. Richard F. Keyer Sr. of Xenia. Ohio. ·'I can also understand your feelings in writing that you pray your son's life was not lost in vain. It was not." The President's letter was aced in the Congressional ecord Friday by Sen. Harry F. ·rd Jr., D-Va. The deserters committee had ged Mrs. Keyer. whose son. ennis. was killed in Vietnam, join the antiwar movement, ut she wrote to the President, king: "If we cannot believe in r country and a merciful God, lat can we believe in? Cer- inly not American deserters." Nixon replied: "If we begin ith belief in a merciful God . belief in our country . . . be- if in the essential goodness nd dignity of man himself, en I think we have the ele- ents of a faith which can with- and the assaults even of those ho would intrude on a moth- r's grief." No Delay Seen MEMPHIS (AP) -- Delays in uilding eight piers will not re ard work on the tuperstructure 1 the new bridge which wil an the Mississippi River here le project engineers said Fri ay. Jury (torn D** Nip te CM fait DETROIT (AF) - A jury cleared Detroit Mayor Jeromt Cavanagh Friday of · civil Wit in which his former iiiter-in-law said she was beaten by him and demanded J100.MO in damages. Cavanagh. 40, wa« sued by Mrs. Ruth 0. Martin, 49, of St. Clair. the sister of Cavanafhs former wife. Mary. 38. They were divorced last year. Mrs. Martin alleged the mayor had kicked her during «n argument at the mayor's mansion July 17. 1961. Mrs. Cavanagh supported the charges. The mayor denied the allegations and said he had been attacked by both women and that Mrs. Martin hit him on the head and shoulders with high-heeled shoes. "This hasn't been pleasant for you for the court or for the parties.' Wayne County Circuit Judge Edward S. Piggins told the j u r y . which deliberated 40 minutes. . . . . In a statement after the tnal. Cavanagh said he was "thankful that this personal ordeal is over and that the jury's verdict has confirmed my testimony m court under oath.' 'Trumpets' Fail To Crumble MTC Wall MINNEAPOLIS (AP) - The method used in the Old Testament by Joshua to bring down the walls of Jericho did not work on the University of Minnesota ROTC building. More than 300 protestors circled the university's medieval- looking military science building seven times in silence and single file Friday. But. unlike Jericho, the walls remained. The demonstrators did prove. however, that three trumpets. two cow horns, a sax. a trombone. two kazoos, one recorder and hundreds of students can make an ungodly racket. But still, the walls did not fall. "K the walls don't fall, then God is on our side." contended signs carried by proponents of ROTC whose ceremony to defend the building included sing- ng of the "Marine's Hymn." 'Anchors Away." and "My Country tis of Thee." Give her the ring that captured the heart of America Thtom and only Designed originallyforthemotfierof three loving daughters, The Mother's Ring w»s subsequently m»de available, at her request, to the mothers of America... who gathered it to their hearts. Twin bands of 14 karat gold signifying mother and father are joined by lustrous synthetic stones marking the birth month of each child. Insist on the true original--The Mother's Ring by Cuertin Brothers. · 1969 Cucnin Itoi. Mtf. Coip. 8 E. 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