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Aaurillo Globe-TlMM Friday, Jinuary it, 1972 Sailing an Ice-Capped Sea The Coast Guard icebreaker Storis and the Soviet --AP WlreofioW rin* » Bering Sea, en route to H» "ifciEV 1 1"" ° f "I day while the Kolyvan and , a ' fld (h u Soviet factory ship Lamut moved ihro »£ h he ice in the North Islam) after the Lamut and the Soviet trawler Kolyvan were seized Monday ^' 12 ', mil , e " shing limit - Thc Storis and LaTM 1 ·« expected to arrive " s escort, (lie Coast Guard ship Balsam, should arrive Sunday Woman Held In Slaying Of Husband Mrs. Ttelma Jo Hopkins, 41, of 809 S. Kentucky, is in the Potter County jail today in lieu of ?10,000 bond on charges of murder without malice in connection with the shooting death of her husband. John G. Hopkins, 53, was found dead Wednesday niglit by police just outside the doorway of the couple's rear apartment. Bond was set Thursday afternoon by Justice of tlie Peace Ciiff Tioberts. Hopkins s u f f e r e d bullel wounds in the right wrist, in the neck and in the chest, officers said. A neighbor, Ralph Geniach 64. who resides in another apartment at 80S S. Kentucky, said that he awoke at about 5:10 p.m. Wednesday and heard tw people arguing. He said lie then heard gun- WASHINGTON AP) _ The Iraft lottery for the two million young men turning 19 this * . , * --- » * u ....-* jk.ni u t i i u u i j IN iiji: v t i j r i y loiiu 01 vill he held Kcb. 2, earlier than draft calls reflects the dccrcas- Draft Lottery Slated Feb. 2 For Men Turning 19 in '72 my of the three previous dra\v- ngs, the Selective Service an- tiouticcd today. Since none of the men may K diviftcd before next year, :hc-y will have 11 months notice .0 consider their chances of being drafted if classified 1A. Men, even with low numbers, are expected to have less of a chance of being called than men in recent years. In his State of the Union message Thursday, President Nixon said draft calls will be significantly lower this^year than in 1971, U'lieii IJiey fell below 100,000--the lowest, level since 1902. Draft calls were as high ,,,, 382,000-a-ycar at the peak of the Vietnam war. The first lottery, in 1969, wa: from each pile will decide the order in which capsules will be ., ..._ ,,. ...^ ....,,. placed in the two plastic drums rum will contain all the dates from which they will be 10 draft on the lives of younj. ion." Tlie lottery will involve draw- ng from two drums. The first f the year, the second will con- lin numbers 1 to 366. A birthilate capsule and a limber capsule will be drawn iniultaneously from each drum o match a random sequence lumber with each birthdate in lie year. Tarr said that extensive pre- :aulions will be taken "to in- The Hopkins couple had moved lo Amarillo siboul three weeks ago from Kcota, Okla. PeU:r O'Toole Wins Judgment Over Film NEW YORK (AP) - Actor Peter O'Toole has won a $225,000 judgment against producer Joseph E. Lcvine and two motion picture companies in connection with Ins performance in Uic film "The Lion in Winter." Slate Supreme Court Justice Gerald li. Culkin rejected on Thursday argiuiiejits by Ihc defendants that O'Toole violated the terms of his contract with "disgraceful conduct" during filming of the movie in 1M7. They said O'Toole was ordered nut of two hotels when he became "excessively drunk' and llial lie often was late for filming sessions, O'Toolc's management firm Sisra A.G., said lhe $225,0(X was due him under a contraci in which he was to receive $750,000 plus 10 per .cent o gross receipts, estimated at $ million. The Iwo olhcr defendants in Hie action were Avco Embassy Pictures Corp. and Anglo Embassy Productions Ltd. Tcxtis Tccli Names l)f|)urlitH'nt Head I.UBBOCK, Tex. (AP) -- Dr. - ' Lub- been o six months to ponder theii chances. Unless deferred or exempted, ncn turning 19 this year wit ace the draft in 1073. Those vlio are deferred would nor- nally face the draft when Ihcj ose their deferments, up lo age Selective Service's announce nent said "the combination of equity provided by a truly ran Unwanted Pigeons Return in Style ATLANTIC CITV, N.J. (AP -- Six years ago this rcsor spent about $15,000 to get rid o .ts pigeons. Now it has niort than 5,000 of the birds as pay ing guests. The guests arc in cages, how ever, not wandering mulerfoo on the boardwalk. They ar owned by members of the Na 11 o n a 1 Pigeon Association which is holding its anmin championship exhibition. The pigeon fanciers don't lik the street birds, either. "They give all pigeons a bai name," said Frank II. Hoi lltnann of Warrcnlon, Mo first president of the 52-year-old association. b im and impartial draft lottery sure the randomness of the nd the likely-to continue ._ iction in the yearly total of drawing." There will be two sets of 25 -------------- ....... , -- ^..^ computer scrambled lists, one ig impact and interference of for the dales of the year and ,,, ,,.. f , ,,,, .,._ ,:..,,- , -------- T]le plucked, The drums will be loadw Jan. 31, then locked and sealed until the day of the drawing The drums will be rotated 10 minutes before the drawing. The capsules will be picked by six young people. And neu tral observers will verify the whole procedure. SAC Tests in Area Scheduled Feb. 1 By MARY ELLEN LEA11Y Staff Writer Low-level bombing runs will nunch. a six-month Strategic Air Command battle rehearsal 'cb. 1 over West Texas. Missions will run with an average of 15 jet aircraft. The 10- to 15-minute interim between departure over SAC esting routes nill be published. Checking the 500 to 1,500 feet elevation mission routes for accuracy, beginning next week, vill be an SAC 152 plane, which low is being readied to scope he missions from an installa- 5 on north of Lockney. Ll. Col. E. J. Dannacher, installation commanding officer, said the U. S. Air Force Detachment 33 Mobile Combat Evaluation Group will have notice of the runs 24 hours " advance. Simulated battle rehearsals are required of all SAC units al least once in six months, bul his step-up of activity shouh nsurc that all SAC bases ar nvulnerable lo attack, he said While commercial and privat pilots will have access lo publ alions of SAC testing routes ircraft manipulators are ac ised to contact either the Lub lock Flight Service Station o lie Hale County Airport durin the period unlil July 21, Dan lacher said. A six-man crew will perforn ipcralion teamwork on eac SAC craft. Assessment during Ebe atiacl eiiearsals also will includ war-readiness of ground obscn ·-- : -- -- .-alien points, maintenance, sup- jured his left arm. , , ply and other crews, Col. Da nachcr noted. ,, --- i'lmj 1 riiuum-udyiur l^ullug Pigeons are (he cleanest of for the proposed student cenlc ? M · , ?""'· " Thc ' b ' lllle m lhe Bclt °» campus. birds," he said. "They ,, ,, daily which is more than many humans do." William I f . ' Gordon Jr., bock neurologist, has ,^^,. named professor and chairman of the Di'iwrlmenLs of iVeiirolo gy and Forensic Medicine for the Texas Tech University School of Medicine. He is (lie son of Dr. William If. Gordon Sr., widely-known I.ubbock specialist in cardiolo Thc new Medical School faculty member is a graduate of Lubliock Senior High School. He received his bachelor's degree from nice University in 1956 ·nd a doctor of jurisprudence with honor from the Universilj of Texas Law School in Austin in 1959. His doctor of medicine degree came from lhe Baylor Collcg. of .Medicine at Houston In 1363. weighed G'.i tons and had OH YES LONDON (UPI)-Tlic nolle, outside a Soho striptease club read: "Dancer required. Ap|il without," Now You Know Ry United Press International The stcgosaurus dinosaur Center Is Planned For ltdtoii Campus BELTON, Tex. (AP) -round was broken Thursdaj College Guy Mabee of Midland, Marj Hardin-Raylor Tnislce, rcprc scntcd the J. K. mid L. E Malice Foundation, the conlril) ulor of the $250,W0. grant fo gift ever made to the college! The C. W. Richardson Four ,..»..,.,. ,,., i u ,i5 ,inu nau a, TUB u. w. Kicnarilsdn F irain weighing 2!4 ounces. Ulation also donated $100,000. .el, where tlie fliers housed for 100 days. Then series of housing rotations fo the 32-man crew will begin. Equipment includes a 10 .. contingent and electronic com outers for practice sightings lhe Tom nankin farm, wh liesel power insures ayai cwctrical failure. Mobile unils traveled in Soul Dakota last year with equip ment mounted on railroad car said Dannacher. The shift to vans eases on reach to more remote We: Texas area, lhe commander e: plained. Screening of prospective to sites begins two lo three yea in advance, unknown to the lay community. Tlicn begins (lie scries of con- Assaulted 9 Arrested NEW ORLEANS (DPI) _ iree men have been arrested nd another was being sought oday in connection with an al fed assault on the self pro- aimed imperial wizard of the e\v Orleans Ku Klux Klan. Klansman H. Roswell Thomp- "». an arch segregationist and rennial candidate for public (ice in Louisiana, was slightly jured by Ihree brick-wielding egroes Wednesday during a arch commemorating (he rthday of Confederate Genera olwrt E. Lee. Thompson and Rene Lacoste ho claimed lo be lhe Imperia ludd of the Klan, had jus raped a Confederate Hag on ic base of a stalue of I^e 'hen the assault allegedly oc- urrcd, I.aeoslc was uninjured Thompson, Jjedecked in fu! Ian reijalia, took the brunt o lie attack and sustained bruises n the arm. Investigating officers said a ixi driver who was parked carby fired two shots inlo the Ir lo drive off the attackers. Arrested and booked with as- ault were James N. Smith and iussell Wyman, both 21 and of few Orleans. A third black fled he scene. The cab driver, Albert N. Ja- obs Sr., 55, was booked with possession and discharged of ire arms within the city limits. 2 Youths Jailed In Burglary Case Two youths, ages 15 and 18, re in Potter County jail today n connection wilh the burglary 'hursday of a home in f '" Hills. ,,,, Thc juveniles were arrested of ftcr a four-block chase which iidcd 1 in a 300-yard foot race ·ith Deputy Val Tenorio. Tenorio went to the residence f Mrs. William Henderson, of )p Rolling Trail in. Rolling lills north of AmaHllo, after a all was received that a sputh- ·est bedroom window was ound broken. Tenorio spotted two youths 'alking away from a creek be- ind the Henderson home. Vhen they saw him, lhe chase He followed them in the pa- rol car, he said, and then pur- ued on foot, until he cornered hem in. a horse bam behind a ome on Rolling Trail. Taken in the burglar* was bout $46 in pennies and silver ollars, 30 books of trading lamps, a stereo record player alued at $150, pellet rifle alued at $30 and a small trongbox containing life insur nee policies. The juveniles had some of the noney and tie pellet rifle with them; the rest of the loot was ound buried near the creek. All of the stolen goods were recovered. The youths will be urned over to juvenile authori- Man Says Injury Is Nol Artificial BOISE, Idaho (AP) - The oreman of a heifer ranch near Cmmett is suing his employer for a quarter of a million dol- ars, claiming permanent in- uries resulted when he was ackcd by a cow as he was at- empting to artificially inseminate it. Manuel Martinez filed the $250,000 suit in 4th District Court Thursday against stein Heifer Ranch, Inc. Martinez said he was Hoi- gaged in the activity" of 'ultra hazardous arlifically seminating the animal when it icked him and permanently in. He said the cow had kicked another person on a previous u ^..». ..u.^u. auuiiiuj [ j v i a u u uu n fliicviuus A small detachment arrived occasion and that his employer .Vedjiesday at a Plainview mo should have warned him of the danger involved. Stewardess Killed In Jetliner Crash ANKARA (AP) .. ,...,, Airlines DCS with five persons aboard crashed early today on its way back from Mecca, kill- WKII -^ JT3HHBB --_ , _ - --Staff ptwfo by RON MARUOW special Event tor 77th Birthday Meals-on-wheels cooked up a special dessert for J. C. Adams of 311 S. Monroe, a recipient of the meals since the program began in September. Thursday was Adams' 77th birthday, and Meats-on- Wheels volunteer workers, including Mrs. Carl Davis, took him a birthday cake and presents. Texas Of ficers Quiz Suspect in Michigan By. HAL MARSH Staff Writer Three Texas lawmen were expected to return to the Panhan- lie today, concluding two days of investigation in Northern Michigan in connection wilh Hie leaths of an elderly Nebraska Couple last October southwest if Daliiart, · ' The team , Hartley County, tneriff Joe Thomas, Daltam County Sheriff R. C. Johnson and Dist, Atty. R. C. Metcalf of Jumas, were not available for comment early this morning. Deputies in the Ignace, Mich., sheriff's office said, the three were up early this morning in lopes of completing their work so that they could return to Texas later today. Thomas indicated Thursday night that "things look fairly good," but added he didn't want to make · any positive statement until something concrete had been done. Ill Woman, Dog Carcasses Found ELIZABETH, N.J. (UPI- ?iremen sent lo a small hoiise o repair a ' broken water pipe could ) not enter because of a strong odor Thursday. They sent for gas masks. Once inside, they found a liltle old lady In tennis shoes, suffering from gangrene am 'rostbile, the carcasses of two dogs, four emaciated dogs, ant between $12,000 and $15,000 in cash. . The woman, Miss Barbara . Arnold, was reported in fair , condition at a hospital earl; today. Her attorney tool custody of the money, -whicl was hidden in various place . throughout the house, in variw denominations. Neighbors, who had no idea of her cash board, recalled tha she used to walk a. dog whil wearing a tattered green coa and white sneakers with hole 3 "She was totally coherent and " could talk to us but sh ' seemed very distrustful a · first," a city officials said "He body appeared debilitated. i "Its just amazing .how muc s human misery we are just no r aware of, he said. G -Lawyer Asks Talk Al GOP.Convention PHILADELPHIA (AP) ·- Harold Stassen plans lo alien Sheriff Thomas was notified y Michigan State Police Tucs- ay that they had questioned ii ·oman In connection a statement she allegedly made that lie was with a man when an Iderly couple was shot lo eath in Texas. Oscar L. Holm, 70. and his vife, Slartha, 69, of Omaha, 'ere found dead in their car at le Punta de Agua roadside ark 25 miles southwest of Dal- lart about 2:30 p.m. on Oct.' 8. Hobbery was .the apparent notive, Thomas said at the ime, because no money was ound on the bodies. The Holms were returning to Jmalm after visiting a daucji- er in Phoenix. Tlie daughter old officers her parents left Arzona with about $100. Thomas received a tip two ays after the murders were iscovered that a passing mo orist had seen a car with Michigan license plales driving rorn the area about the time he shooting was believed to lave occurred. Five or six "hippie types" vcre in the car. Thomas said. The man 31, being queslionec about the shooting is being held n St. Ignace in lieu of $45,000 mnd on charges of assault with ntent (o rape, armed robbery nierstate transportation of a tolen vehicle and 50 counts o breaking and entering. The woman, who describee icrself as his girlfriend, i" icing held in lieu of $20.000 bond on charges of breaking and entering, accessory to auto heft and armed robbery. Michigan authorities said an other man is being held 01 charges of breaking and enter ing and a girl, 17, and still an other man are free on Iwnd ii Sault Ste. Marie, Mich., on :harges of breaking and enlcr ing. The five were arrested Nov. 7 nt a resort cabin boarded up 'or tlie winter near Ncwbcrr; Mich. The man being questioned b :he Texas authorities disap peared from the Michigan area after posting bond in August on charges of assault with inteii lo rape and armed robbery. II was not seen again until Nov ember. Michigan Slate polic Nude Photograph Draws a Grilic LONDON (AP) -- Marilyn 'ale, who posed for lhe first ull frontal nude, in the British edition of Playboy magazine, vas autographing the magazine Uustration in a London store ['hursday when. a bald-headed, 50-year-old man shouted, "It's errible-- and you English i" Then he Ihrew an egg. ."It was lhe most ghastly ex- wrience of my life," said Bunly-costumed Marilyn. "I felt the egg go wallop on the side of iiy face. It really hurt, and iL ran all down my hair, over my outfit and into my cleavage." The store decided to fake no action against the man, but Hiss Cole said: "I'd give any- hing to meet him again and hrow-eggs all over his bald lead.' 1 · -: Both Playboy and the store denied they had hired the egg .hrowcr. Napping Youth Has Close Call VICTORVILLE, Calif. (AP) -- A nap almost cost a bov his ife, San Bernardino County sheriff's deputies say. Deputies said driver William ?ope had just emptied a large bin of emplv cardboard 1 boxes into his rubbish truck behind a supermarket early Thursday and was going to start the ve- licle's rubuish crusher when a banging noise stopped him. Cope (old deputies a boy crawled out of one of the boxes, said be liad fallen asleep, then rah off down an alley. Deputies say Ihey think the boy went home. No missing person reports have been filed. Broadcaster Ulyres Dead at Age 69 O - CLEBUHNE, Tex. (UPI) -Lee "Pop" Myres, 69, who was said fo have coined lhe nickname "Big D" for Dallas, died Wednesday in a Fort Worth hospital. . Myres, while-haired with a resonant, "Texas" sounding voice, spent 44 years in broadcasting. In recent years, he wacs mostly widely known as the man who advertised Wolf brand chili. He lived and worked in Dallas for 28 years bul in recent years had lived al Georges Creek, near Clcburne. MARIJUANA SUSPECTS 3 Americans Seized ,, · .1 By Police in Sweden a o n a o n - vention this summer, but not as a candidate. Stassen, who unsuccessfully 110 » » U J 1/utlt J I U J J I m l l l i l . A l l l - u . » - J . » v . l , » k l v U U a U t C V a DJUHJf ing a stewardess, airport sought the GOP presidential cni,T.nn^ rnnnv4.ul nnminalmn in Iftio IOE1 iru?4 ----,---..--...-_ .... ie scres o con. 5 e . '^ c ? ,,!"* li »«»! "'alualion runs - such as the operations which hover over West Texas month. sources reported. The i plane crashed near Adana, in southern Turkey.,It was reluming wilh only the crew after flying a load of Turks to lhe Moslem holy city in Saudi Arabia for tlie annual pilgrimage. The survivors, two pilots ,,.,.. [wo stewardesses, were injured iml not critically, lhe hospital in Adana said nomination in IMS, nest two miles short of the runway about 4 a.m. MALMOE Sweden U P ) - \rrny deserters from Germany Police captured three Amen-hut police did not identify cans today who had kidnaped them. 1364 n , , and 1968, said in a telephone interview Tuesday; that he will .wo Swedish customs officers after being discovered with marijuana. Marksmen shot the tires of ask permissbn to make a pre-, 1|MaArksra . cn s * ot tte ' irc5 W sentalion to the convention's ^Americans' ear _when they platform commillee. He said he would support President Nixon for rc-eleclion. year is encouraging tlie very young to be aclivc, including particularly Republican congressional candidates be__ ^ U M B L c a o i y i l d l UUigiUaieS DC- Thc jetliner crashed about twecn the ages of 25 and 30," Stassen, 64, is a Philadelphia lawyer, slopped lo let one of the hostages urinate, police said. Two of the men surrendered, but lhe third lircd Ihree shots and a policeman wearing a bulletproof vest dragged him from Uic car. No one was injured, bul the customs officers were hospitalized for shock. The Siveiiish news agency reported lb.nl the Americans were Reds Shoot Down 3 American Aircraft o A J O U l Y ( U P l ) -- X O r t l l V i c t - : r O L ' f t C l . TIlP i n r i r l r m l nr^urrn,I !., T I . M ^ f J ^ , , W^ll. !!,, · » occurred in namcse Iroops shot, down anjlhc Pl'ci Trap Valcy near the American hehcopler in Hie Cambodian border, one ol he -cnlral Highlands of S o u t h Vietnam today and Communist antiaircraft guns downed two Thursday. ISolli ils were' injured. , o main North Vietnamese infilira- Tlie U.S. command said three Viet "Cong 107mm rockets hit lion route, into So vi an'sX,' 61 ,, 0 .?", 8 , I07mm krockcls J^ Central Highlands hc = U ' S - !] cl ":optcr base at Phu U.S. F4 Phantoms over Laos ' The observer in t h e . U.S. helicopter was killed and the . .. nm " ' "' ault i ure auacs caused some pilot suffered a broken leg !· wflere "« U.S. helicopter was damage lo the base, the biggest · · · i the nori Loi 10 miles north of Saigon on Thursday. Military spokesmen 01 said lhe attack caused some the Conlrai.downed, Thailand-based U.S. Highlands and ail four crewmen of lhe Iwo downed Phantom jcls were rescued. UPI correspondent Donald A. Davis who was in lhe command hclicopler on lhe same mission said Ihc 0116 Uach helicopter was struck squarely in lhe side v by a North Vietnamese B40 helicopter ixiuitded llic Communists' base area M3, lhe stronghold overlapping l h e merging borders of South Vietnam, t.aos and Cambodia. To Ibc north In Thua Tliic'n crewmen guerrilla ported. ~ ·*- '~ ""· °"uui, a ] it unx piciures o me Pla n ranger company was ambushed of Jars in northern Laos and today suffering one man killed later shot down an F4 Phantom onrt tntm ifAiin1«,J » ~ *- _ _ . . . , . . _ * immujii -- ;- --.....1.. Again, .., .. 0 ..., guerrilla casualties were re-Minh Trail near the wo border wilh South Vietnam. helicopter base in Vietnam, but no casualties. ported. Laotian m Hilary sources said South · Vietnamese paralroo ...,..~ patrolling lhe French- owned Michclin rubber planla^ iTMT,i.,V.n in V T n unmu »"TMnn ruuoer piama- i.aos. American Province, 20 miles southwest of lions 30 miles northwest of not confirm the TM»TMJTM , , _- ..j avlitn^val Ul UUIIA .W III1JC5 llUnnUCSl 01 Hue, another U.S. 0116 Loach Saigon. Three of them were '"'"·""" '·-" shot down killed and six wounded. No casualties were re- Six miles lo lhe south, a North Vietnamese guns liil an llial at leasl three regiments of ??l p ..°^ rcc . onil a'«ance plane North . Vietnamese c o m b a t Iroops or 7,500 men --along wilh a major regional headquarters --are as it look U.S. Central ~ -- i'»«-··»·«« uiviLUU.IIiIQ ni v lur.o. \-tiHiai irv to mrr^iAii a ^fLr a ,!!l' b Th" !(i B l0d 'l y f nlclli 8f«,« Agency - operated Communist offensive, base at Long Chen in northern Laos. American sources would I Military · · . spokesmen s a i d of the Plain . The U.S. command also said i~.,. ii. i i 7i """ " , , *" c u ' 3 ' commana also said loday lhat Laotian Iroops had more raids were carried out by been forced off Ihcir Whisky U.S. B52. Thursday night In Charlie posit on on Skyline South Vietnam's Central High- "·" 'TMm ouuin viemam in Hielgc, he vital high ground lands in lhe aerial campaignflo J :Cars arrived today in (he rtv/vrlfViL-lnB Ih/i II C rVnl.o.1 i i. r. . . . \. ( .5 . . n n ^:i_i TI i i_i · , Iry to forestall a predicted Two waves of B52s dropped more than 180 Ions of bombs on North Vietnamese troop concentrations and storage areas. ·iciu.upwi b ,,n,Mii|, s , Allied intelligence has said Vietnamese gunboats. Police gave this account of the incident: Driving a ear registered In jermany, the three Americans arrived in Limhamn Thursday afternoon lo take the car ferry to Denmark. Customs officers arrested one of them after timing Ihree ounces of marijuana and $3,720 in German marks in iis possession. After he was taken lo the central customs office two nvilcs away in Malmoe, he pulled a gun on the two culoms officers and contacted his com- nanions who were waiting at !lie Malmoe railway station, Thc Irio forced the customs officers inlo Ihcir ear and drove back lo Limhamn, but the lasl ferry had ieit. Tlie Americans raced back lo Malmoe, bul the ferry ilierc remained out in the harbor on orders from the police. Wilh eight police cars in pursuit, the lig- itivcs drove « miles north of Helslngbcrg; once again lhe last ferry lo Denmark was gone. Then lhe Americans headed for Hie Norwegian b o r d e r about 370 miles away. But Ihcy slopped en roulc al the tios- - . tagc's rcqi in moved in. Thc U.S. Army's European Communiques from Phnom Penh in neighboring Cambodia satd the largest convoy of cargo ships to Iravel the Mekong "'·-- from South Vietnam in " ·." i *V , today In the siupjjuu L-II rouic ai me nos- capital. It brought an end lo a tagc's request and lhe police lVnrs/nlIH llull ' vllnrlonn in ... , ,.. worsening fuel shortage Phnom Penh. The nearly 20 cargo vessels headquarters in Heidelberg, arrived with a heavy escort of Germany said 11 was checkin" helicopter gunshlps and Soulh lo determine if the men were soldiers. f,

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