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Tn» - Blyttiwllto (Art,) Courier Newt -. Saturday, March t, MM Miners' Deaths To Be Probed i By VERNON A GUIDRY JR.' erns without sighting Ihe men, ".-•Associated Presi Writer !Clayton Tonncmakcr, another I Cargill vice president, said, CALUMET, La. (AP) - Thej..,,., an (, xcc ii cn i S jg n that (hey bodies of 21 men who perished ! arc , ar away » i,i the caverns of a salt mine : was nanKed on have been found and efforts > '" were under way today lo learn;' t'lio cause of the fire that killed IJJP them. The four-day search came to an end Friday. Sixteen bodies Operation Standard Given by Barnard His optimism hunch the miners had thrown of salt in an et- I themselves off from in the timber-lined (o s Ihe fire were found huddled together in shaft. Friends and relatives waited, .. . . a : tunnel 3,000 feet from the l»pes faltering as he long or- iHllte shaft. The other five were deal wore on. At Ihe final an- located a few hours later. Off i- , nounccment a mother Collapsed , cMs for Cargill, Inc., which "> a cot, sobbing. Oh my God, , ettTis the mine did not discloses my son, my son. th* 1 exact spot. i "I ain't got no brothers any-The tragedy struck eight: more," a woman wailed. months after, the Federal Bu-j TWO women fainted. Some riau of Mines recommended a 'miners Tied. Other workers! sister shaft be sunk to provide j simply removed their hard hats j better ventilation, an escape and lowered their heads. route and various fire controls., f^ death announcement was H. A. Schrecengost, a bureau I reat j at calumet. 14 miles to thei official in Indianapolis, )nd., j norlh of lhe j so i a ted mine, a rcl- . said the recommendations were ; a |j ve ]y sma ii venture but sunk made by A. M. Evans, a mining inlo one „[ ,t, e world's biggest engineer from the Dallas sub- sa |, domes district, after sn "observation _ walk-through" last August. | in Minneapolis, W. R. Pearch, Weather a "Cargill vice president, said th«. company requested the inspection and that some recommendations were followed, with others "in the process of approval and implementation." Jim Bowe, a public relations in.an for the mining company, aaded Friday night, "there was ^.'.'specific suggestion in the entire observation which could have prevented the fire. . ." Raymond R. Ashby, a coal mine safety expert from Ken- fucky who was On the mine floor when the first 16 bodies were found, said the men apparently "died of carbon monoxide poisoning. They died a painless death. Tl was like lying down and going to sleep." "Ashby was one of the mem- Yesterday's high—73 Overnight low—54 Precipitation previous 24 hours {lo 7 a in, today i—none Precipitation Jan. 1 to date—4:21 Sunset today—6:03 Sunrise tomorrow—6'.18 This Date A Year Ago Yesterday's high—47 Overnlchl low—31 Precipitation Jan. 1 to date—6.57 Verbal Cut Ups NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) Kay C. Bliss, the Republican national chairman, was using a special five-city telephone hookup to introduce Sen. George Murphy, R-Calif.. to Tennessee parly leaders Friday night. Bliss, speaking in Nashville, slipped and introduced Murphy as "Sen. George Humphrey." Murphy, speaking in Knoxville, shot back, "Thank you, bers of two six-man teams trained in mine rescue opera- Lyndon Bliss. (ions who worked al the mine sltrsince their arrival Wednes-l B(ast5 StudieJ day night. j *, ^, , ., Throughout the search opera-! ut Negroes n tioft* mine officials kept an op tim'istic air. When rescue AUST , N _ Tex (Ap) _ whi( . Y(m executive director ex- : of |hc Urban L ea gue, says stud- workers plored a half mile into the cav- ics o( u , e Ncgro lhrcaten , Ho be . come one of the biggest industries in the United States.' "How many studies does it lake lor people to understand that Negroes are suffering from Gospel Group Meets Sunday Mississippi County Singing Convention meets tomorrow all Rljgecrest Baptist Church at: intersection of Moultrle and - these PH.D.'s so stupid that they need to do all over again what has been done hundreds of POLITICS (Continued Irom f age One) job done." Tompkins has filed lor the po- gross which writes welfare laws which help break up Negro families." he said Friday at a con fercnce on human relations at the University of Texas. Monkey Talk LOS ANGELES (API — sition now held by J. Lee ; Ronald Reagan says there's m Eearden of Leachville. \ sense talking to Hanoi aboul Bearden is one of the elder ! ending the Vietnam war. statesmen ot the Arkansas Senate. "Why talk to the monkey when the organ grinder lives in He has not yet filed for re- j Moscow?" The California gover- election. i nor said Friday to newsmen. $2750 3500 2250 - 2006- PER CAPITA DISPOSABLE -PERSONAL INCOME Income in Current Dollars Real Income in 1958 Dollars Adjured to 1947 Uvel FlotM Annuollf • 1967 ti'tfi Eitimat(4 R«ti* Stole . IWM In fh« fist 20 jwon, per capita dispetoblt income has in- crtOMd by 112 par cant, averaging just under 4,3 p«r cent •nmral growth. HMWMT, tht chart (hews that after adjust- ment for tha aapnciatioai m tfct dollar, the goin in nal - • dispMobfa NKOIM par capita has batn 5S per cent over th* loit 20 yton er on ovaragt growth ret* of only 2.3 per cent. Figures ara based on Ul, Departments ef Commerce and . tabor Matiitks. WASHINGTON (AP) - Dr. Christiaan N. Barnard, the pioneer heart-transplant surgeon from South Africa, has told congress only one standard should be applied—and only by doctors —in deciding who should receive a new heart: "Who is the sickest patient." Barnard testified before a Senate Government Operations subcommittee Friday that a proposed commission to study legal, ethical and social aspects of heart-transplant operations is "an insult to your doctors." ''Who decides where the general should attack? The pun- lie?" Barnard asked the four senators. "No. I don't think the public is qualified to make the decision. The general is qualified to make the decision." * * * Sen. Abraham A. Ribicoff, D- Conn., asked which of several patients should be chosen if just one donated heart is available. "Operate on the patient who needs it most," replied Barnard. Then Ribicoff outlined a hypothetical situation in which a doe ' tor would have to choose one pa. licnt to receive a new heart i from among a millionaire, a 'senator, an industrialist and a laborer. : ''I've just explained it to ;you," Barnard said. "Who is ithe sickest patient?" | The commission idea was proposed by Sen. Walter F. Mondale, D-Minn. » * * Discussing the proposal with the Cape Town surgeon, senators argued that new problems have been created with the advent of such expensive operations—that only a limited num- jer of persons could be saved by heart-transplants. But Barnard, maintaining such decisions have always been up to the doctor, replied: "None of these problems are new problems. You can't tell me one new problem. Barnard said it is up to the doctor to decide when to remove a heart from a donor—as he did from two accident victims in South Africa. "Why do'we have to have new definitions of death, or commis- ; sons lo tell us when a patient is ! dead? We doctors have done that for years," he said. Barnard has performed two heart-transplant operations. His first patient, grocer Louis Wash- kansky, died after 18 days, but 1 his second, retired dentist Philip Blaiberg is still alive after receiving his new heart on Jan. 2. ACTION .EVANGELIST — Johnny Green, pastor of the Philadelphia Baptist Church in Jonesboro, will be featured during a revival at Blytheville Calvary Baptist Church, March 11-17. Services will begin at 7;30, Monday through Saturday; start 9:30 a.m. Tuesday through Friday; and on Sunday, 10:50 a.m. and 7 p.m. VIETNAM (Continued from page one) Friday. U.S. casualties were reported light, but three news correspondents were wounded— William Brannigan, 32, of East Rockaway, N.Y., a correspondent for the American Broadcasting Co.; Jim Deckard of Shreveport, La., a cameraman for ABC, and Miss Jurate Kazickas, 25, of New Rochelle, N.Y., a freelance journalist. Robert Ellison, 23, a photographer for an organization called Empire News Service, was reported missing. He was believed to have been aboard a U. S. Air Force C123 shot down near Klie Sanh Wednesday. Ellison is a native of Minneapolis, Minn. Mortar rounds fired irom a U.S. Army Special Forces camp near the Cambodian border 70 miles north of Saigon fell accidentally near a reconnaissance patrol that was directing the fire, the U.S. Command reported. It said the shells killed one Vietnamese civilian irregular and wounded 13. All-weather Navy At Intruders flew through continuing northeast monsoon weather over North Vietnam Friday and. guided by radar, struck a cargo transfer and storage area 13 miles southwest of Haiphong for the first time in the war. A damage assessment was not available for the relatively secondary target, listed in U.S. reports as the "Ninh Giang industrial area." WJCY1O MONDAY, MARCH 11 2:30 ALL ABOARD Look For A World! Look For A Star! Germany. 3:00 JOURNEY This England. 3:30 THE BIG PICTURE Weekly R e p o r t. The U. 3. Army in action around t h e world. 4:00 WHAT'S NEW Living World. The Northwood canoe country o[ northern Wisconsin. 4:30 AUTO MECHANICS Wheel Alignment and Balance. The basic parts involved in the operation of the front suspension and how it can affect tire wear. 5:00 FOLK GUITAR Program 4. Laura teaches a new strum, the plucking strum, and teaches the tong, "Little Boxes." 5:30 ECONOMICS Eagles Fly Eeryday. Goertv ment spending. 6:00 GREAT COMPOSERS Schubert. A piano concert by Professor Henry Harris. 6:30 WHAT'S NEW Living World. The Northwood canoe country of northern Wisconsin. 7:00 ALL ABOARD Look For A World. Look For A Star! Germany. 7:30 CHANNEL 10 TRAVELS This England. 8:00 SHOWCASE Sonatas by Reger — Part HI. Pianist Edwin LaBounty and clarinetist Frederic Lubrani perform "Sonata in B Flat Major, Opus 107, No. 3." 8:30 THE FRENCH CHEF Asparagus From Tip to Butt. Asparagus with a buttery orange sauce and in an unusual soup. 9:00 N.E.T. JOURNAL Lord Thompson. Documentary from National Educational Television. (Continued from Page One) tire, "to flatten them," and then the rest of the hole is filled with rock. The cans — being flat — keep the rock from sinking, Wimberly claims, and may be I just what the doctor ordered for the city's perennially pockmarked streets. • "When is it permissible for a citizen to close a public street? I have reference to McDowell Street." — Anonymous, City If the street is not dedicated, public property the property owners whose land is adjacent to the street may close it if they desire. This information according to Alderman Bill Williams and Vice-Mayor Denny Wilson, who say they researched the question a few months ago. About 10 feet of McDowell is dedicated ... meaning that the property owner may do whatever he jolly well pleases with the rest of it, according to Wilson and Williams, Flower Vote WASHINGTON (AP) - Sen. George D. Aiken, R-Vt., a horticulturist before he plunged into politics some 40 years ago, says the phlox should be (he national flower. It's the most thoroughly American flower, with 70-odd species," Aiken said Friday as he and Sen. Daniel Inbuye, D- Hawaii, opened a Washington flower show. The ihow it conducting a poll on choices for • national flower but the phlox wasn't listed on the ballot so Aiken did the next best thing and voted for the red clover. (Continued from Page One) would blow up' 'if Murton departed. Rockefeller said he still approved 100 ped cent of Murton's work as a penologist. He said he tok tse attitude, as long as he could, that "with the frustration out of his way Murton would take a more relaxed attitude (toward his job)." Rockefeller was asked of Murton's real problem stemmed from his frankness in discussing prison matters with newsmen. "He has involved himself in public utterances that exceed his responsibility," Rockefeller said. Haley said one of Murton's "fiscal irresponsibilities" concerned the purchase of food for prisners. He said the dietician at the prison informed him that Murton has isued instructions to "order anything but caviar for th* boyi." Haley also said that Murton'* •cts of insubordination included an attempt to bring the pressure of the governor's office on the board , PRIVILEGE! AUTHORIZED At SECOND CLASS MAIL Blythevillt Courier Newt BLYTHEV1LLE, ARK ZIP - 12315 Barry W, Hulnei, Publisher 3rd at IVilnut St. Blythe'llle, Ark. Published daily except Buada; Second cltss postafe paid at Biy- thevitle. Ark. In Blrthevllle ?nd towns lo tbc BlytheTflle trade territory. HOME DELIVERY RAICI Daily 33e per week MY MAIL PAYABLE IN ADVANCE Within 50 miles of BlytherlUe ss.00 per year More than SO miles from BljtherlUe Sia;(W per year Services By COBB FUNERAL HOME INTEGRITY MRS. LAURA BOLTON, 1 p. m. Saturday, Cobb chapel. * * * JOE LAVE LINTZENICH — Services 2 p.m. Sunday Cobb Chapel. WARNING ORDER IN THE CHANCERY COURT, CH1CKASAWBA DISTRICT, MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS Raymond Dudley, Plaintiff vs. No. 17530 Unknown Heirs of Will E. Dudley, et-al, Defendants. The defendants, Unknown Heirs of Will E. Dudley; Unknown Heirs of Grace Dudley St. Clair; are hereby warned to appear within thirty days in the court named in the caption hereof and answer the complaint of the plaintiff, Raymond Dudley. Dated this 15th day of February, 1968, at 4:00 o'clock P.M. SEAL GERALDINE L1STON, Clerk. By BETTY COATS, D. C. Gardner & Steinsiek, Attorney. Leon Burrow, Atty Ad Litem 2-17, 24, 3-2, 9 WARNING ORDER IN THE CHANCERY COURT CHICKASAWBA DISTRICT MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS Federal National Mortgage Association and James Terry, trustee, Plaintiffs vs. No. 17529 Wayne I. Cates, and Louise Gates, Defendants. The defendants, Wayne I. Cates and Louise Cates, are hereby warned to appear within thirty days in the court named in the caption hereof and answer the complaint of the plaintiff, Federal National Mortgage Association and James Terry, Trustee. Dated this 15th day of February, 1961, at 11:00 o'clock A.M. SEAL GERALDINE USTON, Clerk. By OPAL DOYLE, D. C. Ralph E. Wilson, Attorney D. Fred Taylor Jr., Atty Ad Ut«m. UT,J4,M,B NOTICE IN THE PROBATE COURT FOR THE CHICKASAWBA DISTRICT OF MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS fN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF PROBATE NO. 4640 MARY SUE WARREN JOHNSON Last known address of decedent: 1042 West Main, Blytheville, Ark. Date of death: February 14, 1868. An instrument dated April 9, 1959, was on the 1st day of March 1968 admitted to probate as the last Will of .the above named decedent, and the undersigned has been appointed Ex ecutor. A contest of the probate of the Will can be effected only by filing a petition within the time provided by law. All persons having .claims against the estate must* exhibit them, duly verified, to the undersigned within six months from the date of the first publication of this notice, or they shall be forever barred and precluded from any benefit in the estate. This notice first published the 2nd day of March, 1968. I. R. JOHNSON, M.D., Executor. Reid, Burge k Prevallet, Attys. 417 North Broadway Blytheville, Arkansas • 3-2,9 NOTICE Notice is hereby given that Mr. Charlie Stevens of 980 East Main Street, Blytheville Arkansas has appealed to the Board of Adjustment for a hearing on the denial of a permit to park a trailer at the above address. A meeting will be held by the Board of Adjustment in the City Hall, Blytheville, Arkansas on Tuesday morning March 26,1968 at 8:00 A.M. Any and all parties interested in the above matter should be present. CITY OF BLYTHEVILLE BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT 3-9 IN THE CHANCERY COURT FOR THE CHICKASAWBA DISTRICT OF MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS FEDERAL NATIONAL MORTGAGE ASSOCIATION, et al, PLAINTIFFS vs. No. 17,492 WILLIAM M. KING, et a] DEFENDANTS NOTICE OF COMMISSIONER'S SALE Notice is hereby given that pursuant to a Decree rendered by the Chancery Court for the Chickasawba District of Mississippi County, Arkansas, in a cause wherein Federal National Mortgage Association, et al, Plaintiffs, and William M. King, et al, Defendants, case number 17,492 (said Decree being dated February 26, 1968), I, the undersigned, as Commissioner of said Court, will within lawful hours on April 11, 1968, offer for sale at public auction to the highest and best bidder on a credit of three months at the south front door of the County Courthouse at Blytheville, Arkansas, the following described real property: Lot 29, Block 4, East End Development, being subdivision carved out of part NWV4 Sec. 14, T 15 N, R 11 E, shown on plat recorded in Plat Book 3, page 27, Circuit Clerk's Office, Blytheville, Arkansas. The purchaser or purchasers at such sale will be required to execute Bond with approved surety to secure the payment of the purchase money. A lien shall be retained upon said real property as additional security for the payment of the purchase money. All sales are subject to the approval of the Chancery Court in the above Court and cause before the sales become final. Dated the 8th day of March, 1968. GERALDINE LISTON Commissioner in Chancery Oscar Fendler, Attorney for Plaintiffs, • Blytheville, Arkansas. 3/9, 16, 23 It 38 IN THE CHANCERY COURT FOR THE CHICKASAWBA DISTRICT OF MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS. FEDERAL NATIONAL MORTGAGE ASSOCIATION, et al PLAINTIFFS vs. No. 17,475 SHELTON CROSS, «t al DEFENDANTS NOTICE OF COMMISSIONER'S SALE Notice is hereby given that Dursuant to • Decree rendered by the Chancery Court (or the Chickasawba District of Mississippi County, Arkansas, In • cause wherein Federal National Mortgage Association, et al, PUlntttrt, «u4 Sheltaa Cmev et »1, Defendants, ease number 17,475 (said Decree being dated February 26.19«8), 1, the undersigned, as Commissioner of said Court, will within lawful hours on April 11, 1968, offer for sale at public auction to the highest and best bidder on a credit of three months at the south front door of the County Courthouse at Blytheville, Arkansas, the following described real property: Lot Seven (7), Block Two (2), Robindale Addition to the City of Blytheville, Arkansas. The purchaser or purchasers shall at such sale be required to execute Bond with approved surety to secure the payment of the purchase money. A lien shall be retained upon said real property as additional security for the payment of the purchase money. All sales are subject to the approval of the Chancery Court in the above Court and cause .before the sale becomes final. Dated the 8th day of March, 1968. GERALDINE LISTON Commissioner in Chancery. Oscar Fendler, Attorney for Plaintiffs, Blytheville, Arkansas. 3/9, 16, 23, 30 IN THE CHANCERY COURT FOR THE CHICKASAWBA DISTRICT OF MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS ARTHUR J. POINTER AND .ANNA MAY POINTER, AND JAMES TERRY, AS TRUSTEE PLAINTIFF(S) VS. NO. 17,555 EDDIE SMITH AND LULA MAE SMITH DEFENDANT(S) WARNING ORDER The defendant(s) Eddie Smith and Lula Mae Smith are hereby warned to appear in this Court within thirty (30) days and answer the Complaint of the Plaintiff (s) herein, ; and upon their failure so, to do, said Complaint will be taken as confessed. WITNESS 'my.'hand as Clerk of the Chancery-Court for the Chickasawba District of Mississippi Coun'ty, Arkansas, and the Seal bf-saiS-'CStfrt on this the 5th day of March, 1968. GERALDINE LISTON Clerk By OPAL DOYLE Deputy. Graham Sudbury • 115 N. Second Street Blytheville, Arkansas Attorney for Plaintiff(s) James M. Gardner 115 North Second Street Blytheville, Arkansas Attorney-Ad-Litem 3/9, 16, 23, 30 ORDINANCE NO. 780 AN ORDINANCE ESTABLISHING THE RATES FOR SERVICES TO BE RENDERED BY THE SEWER SYSTEM OF THE CITY OF BLYTHEVILLE, ARKANSAS; PRESCRIBING OTHER MATTERS RELATING THERETO; AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES. WHEREAS, the City Council of the City of Blytheville, Arkansas (called "City"), has found that it will be in the best interest of the City and its inhabi- tans for the City to make extensions, betterments and improvements to the Sewer System; and WHEREAS, the City is without funds to make the needed extensions, betterments and improvements to the Sewer System, but can finance the same through the issuance of Sewer Revenue Bonds; and WHEREAS, in order to pay the principal of and interest on the Sewer Revenue Bonds to be issusd, it will be necessary to establish fair and reasonable rates, for the use of the Sewer System; NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED by the City Council of the City of Blytheville, Arkansas: Section I. That the following rates be, and they are hereby, fixed as rates to be charged for services to be rendered and benefits to be received from the Sewer System of the City of Blytheville, Arkansas; to-wit: (a) Each customer of the Sewer System shall be placed by the City Council (or by the Sewr er Commission, if one is established) in the applicable one of the following classifications and shall pay a monthly sewer charge based on the following schedule of classified rates, to- wit:, (I) Class 1, Residential. This classification shall include all residences, mobile homes and churches now served or hereafter served by the Sanitary Sewer System except residences, mobile homes and churches in the area herein described In and covered by Class 2 Residential, Each Class 1, Residential ttitomr ih*U pay* nonth- Iy rate t. Class I Residential. Thli classification shall include all residences and churches within the area described as follows: Tenth and Eleventh Streets from Lumerate Bayou to the alley north of Holly Street; Willow Street from Eleventh Street to Division Sreet; and the entire area from Ruddle Road East to the City limits, except th«t por- lion thereof presently served by the existing sewer system, Each Class 2 Residential customer shall pay a monthly rate Of $3.00. 3. Class 3 Commercial. This classification shall include all commercial and industrial users whose peak monthly water consumption for the preceding calendar year was. less than 5,000 gallons. Each Class 3 Commercial customer shall pay a monthly rate of $4.00. • (4) Class 4 Commercial. This classification shall include all commercial and industrial users whose peak monthy water consumption for the preceding calendar year was 5,000 gallons or more, but less than 25,000 gallons. Each Class 4 Commercial customer shall pay a monthly rate of S6.00. (5) Class t Commercial. This classification shall include all commercial and industrial users whose peak monthly water consumption for the preceding calendar year was 25,000 gallons or more, but less than (0,000 gallons. Each Class 5 Commercial customer shall pay a monthly rate of $10.00. , (6) Clan ( Commercial. This. classification shall .include all commercial and industrial users whose peak monthly water consumption for the preceding calendar year was 80,000 gallons or more, and pretreatment is. not required. Each Class 6 Commercial customer shall pay a monthly rate of $20.00, or 10% of the peak month's water-bill,whichever is greater. (7) Class «-A Commercial. This classification shall Include all commercial and industrial' users whose waste requires pretreatment before discharging into the sewer system. The fee of each Class 6-A Commercial customer shall be negotiated with the Sewer Cbmmissibn arid, approved by the City'Council.''';'^ The phrase "Commercial and Industrial Users" as used in. Classes 3, 4, 5, and 6 Commercial is hereby defined to mean all users of the Sewer System other than residences. (8) Class 7 Residential. Thii classification shall include all individual units in each present or future housing project of multi-family dwelling. Eact Class 7 Residential customer shall pay a monthly rate ol $2.00. (b) That under the provision! of Ark. Stat. S 19-4113, a lien it fixed upon the land for anj unpaid - sewer charge, even, though the use of the Sewer System is by a tenant or Lessee instead of the owner. If any sewer charge is not paid on or before the 10th day after the bill therefor shall be rendered, a ten per cent (10%) penalty shall be added, and if any sewer charge is not paid on or before the 30th day after the bill is rendered, suit shall be brought to enforce the lien and to collect the amount due, together with the expenses of the collection and i reasonable attorney's fee. (c) That none of the facilities or services afforded by the Sewer System shall be furnished without a charge being made therefor. Vacant, unoccupied property not actually using the Sewer System shall not be subject to a charge, but the burden of showing vacancy and non- occupancy shall rest upon the owner of the property. • Section 2. The City Council hereby finds and declares that the above sewer rates are fair, reasonable and necessary minimum rates, and will produce sufficient revenues to pay reasonable operation and maintenance expenses of the Sewer System, to pay the principal of and interest on the Revenue Bonds as they mature and the Paying Agent's fees and to provide depreciation funds for replacements or repairs to the Sewer System. Section 3. That all ordinances and parts of ordinances in conflict herewith are hereby repealed. . Section 4. That the rates hereby established shall' become effective only after they have been approved by the qualified electors of the City of Blytheville, Arkansas, at a duly held referendum election, which referendum election has been duly called for February 37, 1968; - . PASSED: FAruary M,m DENNY WILSON, Vice Mayor ATTEST: BILL MAL1N City Clerk (SEAL) • " • . • ' T *•

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