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BLYTHEVILLE COURIER NEWS THE DOMINANT NEWSPAPER Of HORTHBAST ARKANSAS AND SOUTHEAST MISSOURI VOL. XLVI—NO. 194 Blyth«vll!e Dally Nnra Blythevilte Courier Mississippi Valley Leader Blytheville Herald BLYTHEVILLE, ARKANSAS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1950 TWENTY PAGES SINGLE COPIES F1V* CENT! Blair House 'Assassin' faces Murder Charge WASHINGTON, Nov. 2. (AP)—A murder charge stood today against the wounded •urvivor of the pair o£ Puerto Rican revolutionaries who fell in a bUue of gunfire yesterday trying to assassinate President Truman, Spared by the heroism and smoking guns of White House police, the President was grave but calm. He planned to hold his •weekly news conference today (4 p.m. EST), lacing » barrage of questions about hii re- tction. - ' , ' One of the would-be assassins was* '• — »hol dead by police firt. The other ^^ . ^^ 13 Countries Plan Strong Armed Unit Yanks Abandon GI Rescue Try was dropped, wounded, on the Blair House steps and is expected to re- eover to face a murder charge, Guard Re-lnforced The secret service reinforced Its guard around Mr. Truinan, and roped off part of the bussy block on Pennsylvania Avenue which briefly had become a bullet-spattered battle tone. Three police were brought down tn the fusillade before the would-be assassins were stopped. One of them, Private Leslie Coffelt, M, died last night. For this, police filed a murder charge against Oscar CollaEO, 37 c( New York, who blasted his way to the very doorstep of Blair House before he was dropped, his chest By JAMES M. LONG ROME, Nov. 1.. (AP) •— Foreign ministers and-their deputies from 13 Council of Europe nations gathered here today to try to weld a unified army strong enough to stop Soviet aggression. The debate probably will focus on whether and how to Include German troops in such a Western riddled with bullets. Maximum pen- defense command. That was the is- alty Jor murder in the District of sue which stalemated the Wasting ton - Columbia Is electrocution. The other gunman, Griselio Tor- resnla, was killed almost Instantly. Shot through the head, he died close under the second story win- , WASHINGTON, Nov. 2. (I?t— • Osca'r Collazb, Puerto Rican revolutionary whn attempted to as- ussinate President Truman, was moved to another hospital under police guard. CollMO w»« transferred from emergency hospital to Gallinjrer Hospital, a city institution annul two and one half miles across tnwn. *ov where ,th« President lav rmp- pini In the- temporary executive mansion. In the youthful Torresola's pock- it were two letters, signed with the name of Pedro Albizii Campos, heac of the Puerto Rican Nationalist Party — violently anti-U.S. — which ittempted a revolution In the island possession this week ' Orif of the letters. d>tea Sept. V f from San Juan told Torresola iha "the delegate"—who was not Iden titled by police—'will accord you al th« your mlssl In! ^ The Na group numerically seeks complete .ndence lor Puerto Rico It as been on the Attornej General s she hit as advocating un constitutional overthrow": of the U.S. government since last year. Island officials have declared the party gets support from Commun 1st", but there was no 'hint of Qom- mllnlst participation In the assa.sslr nation plot. . ' : The Communist Party voiced "profound shock" in s statement Issued by William Z. Fosler, national chairman. "The Communist Party rejects and condemns assassination." he said. In the Island uprising, more than 30 persons have been slain. And Just .before the afternoon sortie on Blair House, two blazing gasoline bottles were hurled into a crowd at the Puerto Rican labor office tn New York. The Washington office • sked police protection. The thwarted assassination effort was the first conspiracy—a plol Involving two or more persons—lo kill a President since John , Wilke. Booth shot Abraham Lincoln a mill from yesterday's gunplay. Proud Day for Secret Service It was a proud day for the secre aervice, whose agents were on tin job and whose uniformed corps o IflMle House police bore the brim ™ the battle. But two of the latter force. Prl vale Joseph H, Downs. 44. and Pri vnte Donald T. Birdzetl. 41. lay ser lously wounded in emergency hospi tal. Both Birdzell's knees were sliat tered. Downs was tn "critical, vcr serious 1 ' condition v.-ith chest an stomach wounds. In another hospital room, th wounded Collnzo was sullen./'Oil. just political." he snid when asked why he came here from New York two days ago to make the attack. meeting of defense minis- ers of most of the same countries earlier this week. The idea of a 50-division West European army was proposed by Britain's dogged old wartime'lead- er Winston Churchill at sessions ast summer of the European Council's consultative assembly at Stras- oourg. There it met British Laborite and Scandinavian opposition. Since that time, with mollifica- tions made under the spur of the Red assault upon South Korea, the general plan for a United Arnly has won the support of most nations whose ministers are meeting here. May Use German Troops But while the United States and Britain have called for the use o German troops, perhaps In wholi division strength, France and somi of the smaller countries have with held approval. Also high on the agenda'of the meeting is a move to give decisions of the Committee of Ministers the weight of agreements reached by their various governments. This is one of several steps by which the council seeks to have the consultative assembly at Stras' ' become something more ef- "" ""'•""'""• "^ member* of the committee of min- sters and seven delegates to thi consultative assembly — also wi! begin sessions under the chairman hip of Belgium's Paul-Henri Spaak This commission la the coordlnat ng group between the foreign mln islers and the assembly. Saturday the 2-member perma nenl committee of the assembly wil go into session to plan the agcnd for the secotid 1950 meeting of th assembly at Strasbourg startin Nov. 17. About!,OOOTroops Seek Escape Route From Red Trap SEOUL, Korea, Friday, Nov. 3. (AP)—The U. S. First Cavalry Division last night abandoned attempts to rescue Hi* remainder of one of its regiments surrounded in northwest Korea by .Communists including Chinese Reds. The trapped men were ordered to try to break out on their own. Some already had done so. Normally i regiment totals "limit 5,000 men, but the undisclosed number trapped was obviously less thnn this. Escapes and heavy casualties had reduced the number. Earlier a U. S. first Corps spokesman referred lo two battalions of the regiment ax being aurroumled and »ald they were believed to total the equivalent or one battalion. Tills would be'iboitt 1,000 men. Later trout line reports spoke of the full regiment cut off Werines- riRy night near a dry river bed fonr mliM -southwest ol Unsan, and still later .«ld Ihe trapped lilt represent- Plan Calls for 40 Divisions In Western Europe by 1953 boiir —Courier News Fhot<M Monti Home Judged in Form Contest A judging committee ct>mjx>sed of 'Farmers Home- Administration ' Extension Mr :ig ministers also ha\« been i ected to try to reach some decision, n the Schunian Coal Steel Pool 'Ian and other economic and social troposalF- which grew oul ol the bnsuHailve assembly's meeting's ast August Ministers l*rnm 13 Countries' Deputies of foreign ministers ol Britain, France, Italy, Turkey, Ice- and, Sweden, Belgium, - Holland, Norway, pen marls, Ireland. Luxembourg anti Greece meet this morning (at 4 a.m. EST) at the 17th Century Palazto Barberini U) put ;he agenda into final shape. The ministers themselves begin irheir three-day session tomorrow afternoon under (he chairmanship of Italian Foreign Minister Count Corlo Sfonca. Tomorrow morning the mixed commission of the council — five Service officials today nupected * the new home ol ;imd Mrs Harry Manic of Blytheutle, Rt 1, that has been en- red in the Home. Impiovement tiiusion of the Arkansas Balanced Farming Contest, Mr. and.Mrs. Mantz, who designed nnd built the white concrete block housed h own in the top photo, won first place in the Mississippi/ County competition in the Home Improvement division and thus won : the right to compote in the state-wide contest. Judges shown in the top photo include (left to right) County Agent Keith Bilbiey of Blytheville; Glenn T. Boyd oC Little Rock, FHA state field representative; perry Lee Adkis-son, former winner of county and state 4-H club honors who now is veterans.agriculture instructor nt Blythevllle High School; Mr. Manlz; A. U Hollcy of Little Rock, extension dairyman; "nnd George Cain of Blytheville, county FHA sui>ervisor. Seated in the living room of the Mantz home (bottom photo) art (left to right) Mrs, Irene Miracle of Little Rock, Extension Service family life specialist; Mrs. Gertrude B. HoHnian of Blytheville, North Missisippi County home demonstration agent; Mrs. Mamie H. VanEpps of Little Rock, assistant home management specialist for the FHA; and Mrs. ManU. Puerto RicoRebel Leader Captured Pedro Alibru Campos Surrenders to Police After Tear Gas Attack 33 More Missco Men Leave for Pre-Induction Physicals Weother and kanus forecast: Partly cloudy cooler this afternoon and to- COOLER night. Friday fair and warmer in north portion. Missouri forecast: Cloudy and colder this afternoon and tonight; »-Uh showers northwest portion-this, afternoon nnd east portion tonight: Friday partly cloudy and colder: low tonight 32-35 north, 40-45 south; high Friday 45 north to 50 * uth. .Minimum this morning—85. " \taxtmum yesterday—52. Sunset today—5:06. Precipitation 24 hours,, to today—-02. Total since- Jan. 1— 55.23. Mean temperature T mid way be- twren high nnd low)—75.5. Normal mean lempernlure for Nyvcmbcr-roO.2, - Thh.DaU U»l Vear Minimum this morning—35. Maximum yesterday—60. SAN ,IUAN, Puerto Rico, Nov. 2 M*j—1'olice sei/crf the Presidents sinrl lop leaders of the Xaiional- ist ami Communist Parlies today in a widespread roundup htRiin by I'ucrlo Kican niitlmritic.s a few hours alter the Washlnjclftn »t- t PHI pi on the tlfe of President Truman. SAN JUAN. Puerto Rico. Nov. 2 Wi—Pedro Albizu Campos, leader of the rebel Nationalist Party, surrendered early today to Island police. A police tear gas attack here the home of Albiau Cainpos flushee the Harvard-educated rebel Icade from the refuge he had lielc throughout the rebellion which waged briefly on Puerto RSco sin Monday. Police had maintained cordon around the house since th outbreak of Ihe revolt. Two letter* signed with the name ol the Nationalist chieftain were found on the body of one of the revolutionary Puerto Rkan gunmen who tried to assassinate President Truman in Washington yesterday. Albizu Campos surrendered at 3:35 a,m. (2:35 a.m. EST), Alblzu and hU bodyguard, Alvaro Thirty-three Mississippi County, draft elSglbles Jell thi- morning by! ;pecinl bus for Little Rock to take! pre-induction examinations. | Miss Rosa Saiiba, clerk of the Mississippi County Draft Board *;aid that today's call was for 40 men but that of this number 31 •eported, six were lusted'as delinquents and three were transferred (o other draft-boards. One man who failed to report to previous call reported Ibis morning and another was transferred to the Mississippi County Board from Magnolia, Ark. These men IcU with this morning's group. Leaving this morning were Clifford O. Smith, John B. Bnnn, James P. Austin, Billy J. T. HatHcld, Fred C, Fowler and Larry M, Williams, nil >of Blytheville; Wilfred I King. Wilson; James Henley. Elmer-T. Grimes, Luxora; James R Sulcer Tyronza: Odis U Hamm Daniel t>. Watson, Walter G. Blake Osceoln; Carroll Wcaiherford, Robert L, Brady, Amos D. Cherry, Scott Eubanks t Manila: Curtis H. Odom. Afmorel: Arch Junior Cassey. Poplar Bluff. Mo.; Mitchell I, Forrester Dycss; Clifton D. Dennett, Faulkner, Miss. Negroes In the group were John H. \yniiams. Moses Mulllns. Mclvln Campbell, Eddie M. Sykes. J nines F, Johnson. BlytheviHc: Jimmie D. Shcfford, Lemen Jacob, Osceola: Cleophus Campbell and Walter See J)RAKT on p:ijr. "] By MAX BOYD WASHINGTON. Nov. 2, (AP) — French Defense Minister Jules Moch say» the Atlantic Pact nation* plan to have 40 divisions on "the western front" in Europe by 1»53. He disclosed this goal last night during a news conference In which he expressed the opinion Hint Fiance will never drop', it* opposition to Ihe inclusion" of ; German military mitts ax targe as divisions in Western Europe's defense force Moch I old reporters France will provide one halt ol the, ground, vmiU which the Atlantic Fact powers plan to station , on « Europe's l \veslern front. He'-^aid that additional <le fense force* ' also 'arc-planned 'on Enr6i>»' s - northern and southern fronts. He gave no hint at the pos xible sl?« ot these forces 3 Froni* Planned • Presumably the - western front would be primarily In Germany; the northern front In Norway ami Denmark, and th« southern front in Italy. Moch expressed hope that the 12 Atlantic Pact nations will he able to Rijree on a solution of the German rearmament question, despite the present deadlock between U.S and French plans on lhat subject Secretary of State Acheson predicted at an earlier conference thu some way soon wttl be found to set tic the issue. The French government wants ti limit German military units to Ih smallest possible size. Moch person ally favors the battalion. Inclmlin from 800 to 1,200 men. Franc wants Mich units incorporated in European army, under a defend minister responsible lo a Europca assembly. The United Slates contends tha divisions, up to around 20,003 me each, would be the smallest pract cal German un\U. It hns propose undisclosed snfnguards against th re-creation of a German Nation Army, New York Cotton Two /Men Held In Fatal Gun Fialit Freed i If tra l — • W/iy We Oppose Prohibition The com-tor Nftws has Uk«n *n «UlwU1 sltnd *u*!nAt proposed Initiated Act No. 2, which call* for * lj*al ban on the M!« of »L- cohollc beverages in Ark*nsH».. 'S ... . - : We op|Mxse prohibition simply bee ADM it doe* not prohibit. Should some Individual or Rroup discover or conceive n completely workable and enforceable method oi ending the*it*e of alcoholic beverages, »t would support thin plan on the prem!*< that Hquor'a abates o lit weigh .5. benefits. r But we cannot .subscribe la * method of liquor Control that titer*- ly places a. now legally-restricted 'buJ!)n«M r hi(o th* hands of boot legging 'thugs. The last natton-wlde fling «l prohibition Showed. : »1| too well how ninny hoodlums and cutthroats can crop up In MiMlssippi County to take advantage of such A situation, '. Prohibition is strictly K mornl i»su«, nnd should b« handled ** such. I.XMS of revenue to the state U not \ controlling factor In this issue and should not- be. "" As a moral Issue, we would rather have th« liquor tan sines* legally controlled than In the hands of Kangsiers and their lite. e<l "R considerable \wrtlon" ot tht regiment. The encircling forces, including Chinese Reds in strength, turned American weapons on the Uolated Americans. (Origin of these weapons was not clear. They may hav« heen taken long ago from Chines* Nationalists.) Rfglment 'Barfly Hurt' Un.snu is 6« nil miles north M Pyongyang, former Red Kofean capital, MaJ. Gen. Hobart R, Gay, division cotnrnnncler, said the regiment had been "very badly hurt." A. spokesman' told AP Correspondent Tom Lambert the rescue team ran into a "stonewall" ol resistance. Amerlcnnx who craped the trap said there wei« many Chinese Red* in the enemy force. A Chinese pmoner said the fore* Included 3,000 Chinese Red #oldi«rj. Correspondent Lambert, with th« dlvJsEon, quoted aii American platoon sergeant as saying the Chine*« soldiers wer« "cvaxy." . Thi sergeant added: ' "They would stand right up in front of you. laughing to beat hell, We killed them by th* hundred*. Still ihey Vept coming." ' ; : That wax'i «r]m flashback.^* World "War II bnnul attack* Iw Sr« WAR »n Paf« 7 Voters Are Reminded Of Township Boxes Members nf the Mississippi county Board of Election Commissioners today reminded voters of the township boxis thut will be used n the general ntcctinn Tuesday. These boxes have been establish-* ct) by the board to make It possible for persons residing in parts ol townships that are not within the limit's of any cities or Incorporated towns. Eight nf these township boxes have been set up, Blytheville, for example, comprises most of Chicknsnwba Township buI there »re a number of arcas outside the city limits that flru within the township 11 mitt. H Is the otherwise qualified electors residing in these and similar fringe areas in the counly^thal will use the townsliip boxes. Only persons residing within a township but outside a city's or town's limit* The sheriff's office said tills i may vote nt these boxes, the board ntorning that one oT the lv:o men' held in connection with the fatal •shooting ot James Parish. 22, ol Drll Sunday hn.s brcn freed and (lie other rfilensed under a $2.500 bond. Claude IPllpy. 61. was freed ycs- tcrtiay after having been held in pointed out. Heretofore, voters residing In .such arens have not been able to vole. They ^Ul not, however, voVe on any candidates seeking municipal offices. The township boxe.s are lorn ice: Open High Ix>w Dec. ". 4021 4026 3985 Mar 4024 2025 3980 May . ...;. 3983 3987 3943 -July 3939 3939 3889 Ocl 3591 3543 3562 1:30 4002 4005 3920 3917 3510 County's New Out-Poticnt Polio Unit Dedicated at Kiwanis Club Meeting Rivera Walker, former's home came out waving of the white PreHpHatlon Jan, -W.31, j handkerchief after the police hurled several tear gas bombs into the house. No shots were fired, More than 30 persons were killed in the unsuccessful Nationalist volt. A leadin? Puerto Rican newspaper. El Munrto, today joined the island's Governor LulR Munoz Mar- In In condemning, the attempt on Mr Truman's llle. to this date El M''ndr> snH It was a "crime against Puerto Rico Itself." Mississippi County's new $5,000 Out-Patient Polio Center *a,s formally dedicated yesterday at a meeting of the Blytheville Kiwanis Club in Hotel Noble. The center was dedicated to the "scrvlce*of all Mississippi County" by the Rev. Lester Strubhar, pastor of the First Christian Church, who was principal speaker at the dedication ceremonies. .Rev. Strubhar praised the Bly- thevllle Klwahl.s Club for sponsoring of the campaign for funds for the construction and the equipping of the building. Arthur S. Harrison, secretary of Ihe Kiwanis Club and co-chairman of the club's Polio Center Dedication Committee, offered the club's Uwks to all persons that don?ted lime, money and materials for the jail for 48 hours lor Investigation. [ at the following places: coastruction of the building. In connection with the dedication of the center, which in located on the Court House lawn, an Open house was held yesterday at both the center and the County Health Olficc which it adjoins. GucsU at yesterday's mecluig Included County Judge Roland Green, the Rev. R C. Brown, Mrs. J. C. Droke. Mrs. Jim Craflon, Tom Martin, Mrs. Phil Robinson. Mrs. Ana- bcl rill, Circuit Judge Zal B. Harrison, Mrs. Clarrf Ambrose, Mrs. P. G. Relchel, Mrs. C. G. Redman. Mason Day, Herb Childs. Miss Mary Craig. Mrs. James pioy, Mrs. M. O. McRae, Albert Robertson, fM fcr- guson, C. r. Tucker, Dr. Gean S Atkinson, Shelbume Brewer and Margaret S. Vaughn, all of Blylhe vllle, and John T. Welch of Mem- phU. . fn Municipal Court this morning, he forfeited a $34 55 bond on a charge of. public drunkenes*. No other charge was filed against him. His son. Elzie Hntley. 34. was released this mojning after posting a J2.500 cash bond. No charge has been filed against him as yet but Deputy Prosecuting Attorney Arthur a. Harrison indicated vhls morning lhat a charge of mnn- slaughter probably would be filed against him within the next lew days. Parish was killed and his companion, Junior Sanders, wounded, during a snooting sciapc al the beer parlor. The shooting was said f.uxorn. Houck's Cotton Office Osccola. county clerk's office. Colin House; Kclscr. Minor Taylor's Store: Joiner, F.-inners Gin; Manila. Farmers Tractor Co.; Lcach- villc. City Hall; Dell Compress BlythevUlc. Court House, Absentee Kalloto Available Absentee ballots are available at the county clerk's office in the court See KI.KCTION on P»«e 7 McMath to Visit With President Governor May Discuss Hydrogen-Bomb Plant During Capitol Stay l.nTLK ROCK, Nov. 2. (A>,~ Gov- rnor McMath plans another chatty ri$ft with President Truman. An Informed source (old tliR Associated I'ress today that McMath probably would fly to Washington this weekend. The governor was not available lor comment, The Informant, who asked that his name not be used, salt! McMath had not sent a message o[ good wishc.v to Truman a Her his attempted assassination, instead, the source .said, McMath plans' to speak in person with the President. Presumably. McMath will talk over Arkansas' chances of getting at least part, of the proposed $200.- 0&f>.000 hydrogen-bomb plant. The Atomic Energy Commission announced several weeks ago that location of the plant probably would b« announced before Jan. L Playwright Shaw Dies at Age of 94 * *-| ^ , V?^^ ^ Irish-Born Wit Had Massed Fortun* with Humorous Writings AVOT ST. LAWRENCE. Bnjrland. Nov. 2. (4't— George Bernard Shaw, the -re'ntury's mc«t, famoiu playwright,! died today at the >>e of 94. The life of the frail old, Irish- born wit who massed a fortune bj poking fun ,i| Die shortcomings of thl.s civlliiced age, nicked -out at lost at 4:59 -a.m. -'(!!;!» p.m. r Eastern atanclmd Time, VVeclne.-iday). A tumble in- his garden Sept. l6 while pruning a tree proved the undoing of the self -.sty led Napoleon ot drama. He broke his left thigh bone and was taken to Luton Hospital t<i have the bonea pinned together. A bladder ailment complicated his condition. A minor operation eased the trouble and ht was brought home Oct. 4, but suffered A relapse' Sunday. Mrs. Alice Laden, his housekeeper at the brick cottage, "Shaws Corner", announced the death to reporters. He had lapsed into a coma at 3 a.m. yesterday. No announcement has been mart* of funeral plans, but friends ex- peeled the body will be cremated. th& as lira mixed with his wife's and scattered over the Shaw garden. Two X ur.sts I'rrscnt Only two nurses were with th« elderly man at his death. Dr. Thorna.-i Probyn, Shaw's physician, hurried hit* the house 20 minutes later, r. E. Ixjewcnjstein, the play- wrifchr.s longtime biographer, told reporters Shaw died peacefully without regaining The author of 55 plays, five novels and countless essays— the best ot which were turned out alter he WP.S 4f>— Shaw was credited by many critics with reviving British drama afler its golden asjn of Goldsmith' and Sheridan, No stickler as to modpsty, Shaw considered himself the ' successor to Shakespeare and even *n improvement on the Bard of Avon. As a political propagandist he espoused the cause of the fabian Soclali-sts and helped lay the foundation of the present Labor Party. (Sff jifcfurtK on T»R« 10) UN General Assembly Seeks Power to Circumvent Veto by officer* to have been the re.sull NEW YORK, Nov. 2. Ml—The while united Nations General Assembly moved today toward inning Itself 01 « poker same involving and Nepro men. The la-o while men were believed struck by «-4fl rifle slugs fired by three unidentified Negro men through a wooden dnor In Ihe beer parlor The Nmo men were snlrt by olllctrs to havt been Elzie Halley. Soybeons Nov Jan Mar Hi? L0'» 267 262 511", 26S 274', 2W S63 U with 267 211 "< 21.1'' 263!. with broad powers to dlscovei and combat aggression when the veto hamstrings the S«curUy Council. H Is scheduled to ratify formally an American-backed plan for collective security on a world wide basis and to approve * request lhat the five major po.wers try again to Settle their differences. U. S. Delegate John fo*t«r Dulles repeated ve.iterd»y that America l» ready lo talk p«ac« with Russia »t any time. lie warned, however, that the possibilities of success are limited bectiut th* UrvHtd SUtt* will nnl he • party lo the Russian program of violently cocrcltig people to .submit to "the Soviet brand of imperialist communism. 1 ' He said: -The Issue on which we part Is the ivivie of whether ireeoom and diversity shall be systematically replaced by enforced conformity with the pattern of soviet totalitarianism. "Tbat basic Issue does not concern merely or even primarily, the Untied States, If the United Slates gave *ay. the small nations would first pay the price, for they can' survive unlt&s there is collective support of a system of lollernnce. That Is the b*slc' Issue Irom which stem the particular controversies itial cre«t« the d« 114*1 polnu," New York Stocks "oO p,tti. A T A T Amcr Tobacco Anaconda Copper , Beth Steel Chrysler Coca Cola Gen Electilt Gen Motors Int Harvester .. .. Montgomers* Ward N Y Central ... Radio . Republic Stee! Socony Vacuum ... 1M !-t 68 35 3-» « 3-< IS 7-8 121 « 3-t 50 3-4 31 62 1-5 1A 1-4 in 42 7-8 29 7-1 N. O. Cotton Open High Low 1:» Dee 4021 40X 3996 «W> Mar 4024 3025 M«0 «W May 3W« M« JM3 »10 July 3»M 3950 3001 SMS Oct. MU J«OJ UN *n

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