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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, August 16, 1934
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rou» (AID; OOUBHB NBWI THE BLYTHEVILLK COURIER NEW! jam OOOTUW new* oo. roin \mim» a a. MUQocm. mm* M. W. THURSDAY, AUGUST'16, 1934 Coto KiUoMl Mmtuioc AitUnut DtUla, Inc., New York, Chlcaco, tfctwit. 8t Louis, TXUtf, }£»?••« Ciky.llrmphM. Published Evtry Afternoon exec lit Entered «B second t~,*a matter al the |»st on Ice at Biythertlle, Arkansas, under *ct ot congress, oo- lober 9, 1611. by '.""• nnlUrn PTCM By cimcr in me city ol BivUicvuie, lie per w«'k or HiiO per year In adwucc. By mull within a radius of 60 nUrt. t3.00 per four, H.5U tor »l« monJis. 85c (or three uiontbi; 3y mall in postal tone* two to six. Indu&lw, te.60 IKI jTbr, in zones seven anp eight, (10.00 per yen', payable Ui «dv»nc». The Voie at Wilson The county central committee will do less than its tluly if it fails, at its meeting tomorrow, to iiuiuirc closely into the circumstances surroundiiiK the truly remarkable vote reported from the box at Wilson Tliis is sitid without regard t« any effect decision by the committee to throw out the Wilson box might have on any primary contest. As a matter of hid it doe.s not appear that elimination of the Wilson box would change the results in any contest. H is said with Hie conviction that then; is something radically wrong with the way elections are held at Wilson and that to permit such a condition lo exist unchallenged is to risk loss by the people of this county of control over their own county affairs. No less remarkable than fho size .. of (he vote polled at Wilson—1)77 ljal T 'lots were counted—was the unanimity with which tlie voters there agreed in i-j nearly all contests. If you are willing to believe that there are !)77 quali- tied voters at Wils«tr-you. are., probably open to conviction' that that number of free American citizens can agree nearly 100 per cent on a dozen political contests, involving 27 personalities and a variety of issues. We must confess, however, that to us it looks as if the election judges , at Wilson must have been a little lenient in their enforcement of the central committee's requirement that they accept the ballots only of uer- sons whds^ fight to vole had been properly certified, ami that some part at least, of those 977 voters must have acted with something less than complete freedom of choice when they marked their ballots. The (iiieslioii is not whether the immediate and direct results of that kind of voting are bad. The Wilson vote went to suit us in a number ot" . races. But more important than the election or defeat of any candidate is the right of the qualified electors of the county a.s a whole to make their will effective. That right is jeopardized by any failure to observe the laws and rules established for the conduct of elections. If the central committee finds that the.-c laws and rules were violated at Wilson it should take appropriate action. In that way the committee would 'demonstrate that the resolution which it adopted only a little over a week ago was not a mere gesture- OUT OUR How to Get a joh Them arc a {.'''cal many I' why pou[>Jc seek jiuijlic oll'icc. Tin; puorest of all rcnson;-, pi'oliiihly, is .simply that the eatuUdalc needs n job- any job at ull—and hnpcs Ui gel une on the pulilic payroll, all ulher I'xpi'tl- ienls having fuiied. That is why elcclifins held in it lime of depression are iieeiiliiii' itll'air«. In Ihe current primaries, according In ;t United Press tabulation, more Hum .')00,000 American citizens ran for public office. In Indiana, for instance, more Ihan HG.OOO people declared their eagerncs.s to get on the public payroll. In Montana one citizen of every ten wiis a candidate, for somelhiiit' or other. H will hardly be surprisinj,' if tlu- full elections present us with .some public .servants who have no qualifications whatever for their jobs. A public of- litc-holder, even in a democracy, must have some recommendation aside from Ihe fact that ho needs work. Despite a Lije Handicap Raymond Phelps, young Colorado rancher, is a cripple; but w have a notion that he is gofni; lo make a snrcejisof bis lite in spite of his handicaps. This youth had always watited lo .see a front the summit of I'ike's Peak. So Ihe other day he set out lo gratify his wish. On his hands and knees, he crawled all Ihu way lo the mountain top, starling in tbu mitl- dle of lhe"afterrioo'n and reaching his goal at li A- At.,.just in time to see the sun 1:01110 up. To be sure, he had friends who would have taken him up in an auto. But Im wanted to achieve this ambition by himself, by his own efforts; and he did .so, al a coat of physical exertion which is appalling to contemplate. A young man whu 1ms the stamina to do a thing like thai, ought, to,'be able to build a pretty fair sdris of Career for himself- cripple or no cripple. Contrary lo tlie thought sometimes expressed Hint (he Kraut lindtngs of physics tind chemistry Imvc Already been made, there seems no indication thai our discoveries have begun to exhaust the iwssibilitlcs of imtnrc. —Prol. Ar- Ihur H. Coniptou, University of Chicago. * » » The hair brush as a child corrcclor is * recognized institution in all wcll-reeulntcd families. —Supreme Co'url Justice W. F. Blcakley, New York. » • • K [lie boolleggcis lick me. 1 am willing lo go home. H Is a Sony mess if the. United Stales' cannot enforce its laws. —Treasury Secretary Henry Morgentlraii. Jr.. In charge ot enforcement. SIDE GLANCES By George Clark Some Odors Are Hard, Some Others Easy to Remember Nowadays the finding of the eenns | which causes the disease Is a much more certain method of dlugii<£|rk BV 0«. MOMIK F1SHBEIN , what ve see. but have tillficulLy Kdllort JMUV*I of (he American many cases in reniomiwrln}; odors. Medi»l AuteUUou, and •* Hy- i For instance. It Is easy to rcitiem- I t«la, the Health Xafulne Ibtr what a certain species of rose One well-established fact In ton- looks like, but very few jwisons can :Holds 'Biggest [cully in ' _ -• T , , Insurance Job nection with the link between odors and memory Is that certain odors are remembered much more easily remember what it smells like. Professor Lcitch. points oitl that very many curious observations than are others. Most people can have teen made on characteristic remember the odors of the country i as compared to thnec of the city. ! And moot- of us can remember the smell of musk, carbolic acid, and violets. It Is. however, rather difficult to recall the easily recognized aroma cf asafcctlda or Rarlk. j it Is rather well established that . most twople dislike the odors asso- j tinted with the bodies of other persons, but are not sensitive to their own smell. It Ls believed thai I the practice among certain savage | [lux's of rubbing noses at the time \vl greeting, rather than shaking oi kissing, Is due to the early i tendency of recognition line sense of smell. through "My wife "and I were talking alxuK that, (no. We shou d put something by for a rainy day, as she expresses it." Famous Doorman of London Is Dead I Authorities now believe that the '.ftitee of smell Is produced by the | physical and chemical action of I particals of material nr gases ! which stimulate the sensitive nerve endings in the nose. Nell Leitch. the psychologist, has [Minted out that the sense of smell in the human being is modified by previous experience and also by •vision, taste, touch, and hearing. For tills reason, a certain odor may be pleasant at one time and. nauseating at another. It is perhaps for this reason body odors. Infants arc lield to Smell of rancid butter, young per- soa-i of goats, and old people ot dried leaves. j- Negroes arc said lo smell strong-' ly of ammonia, Indians uf accty- ' Icne. Australians of phosphorus, ' while Chinamen arc described as ' having a musty odor. The etholo- ' gist Parke, describes MonbuUti women as Im-ing a strong Gorgon- \ zola perfume. i Europeans frequently pride them- < selves on their absence of smell. ! This Ls a delusion. As a matter of /act. owing to their hairiness, they have a very much stronger smell than some of (lie colored races. It is also recognized that variations in body odor are brought about by emotion, by certain drugs. | mid by certain types ot disease. In medicine, odor plays a relatively small part. Whereas Hie doctors of an early day used to diagnose disease by body odor, chemical tests made in tile laboratories are far more certain. Before the coming of .such chemical tesls. it was customary to smell the breath as an indication of the presence of diabetes or of ureniic unconsciousness. There ate doctors who said they that, also, we can remember easily could smell diphtheria or typhoid. Security for your lunik aixfiuur is Hie uuji'd of HIP IJ-> posit Insurance (Junionilinli, whose chairman. l,,.n T. (.'lov.-. ley, is bliou-u here in a r.'.-v.- picture. More tlnin II.our, mni- nit.'rciiil hanl.s am inyun.-il )>y llic KUIC for .all arruiinls ii]> !•> $5000. leaving fewer than lt'i"> —all state banks—uiitside lha Astern LONDON (UP)— "Old Mall- opened the doors of two million .ntomobllcs— (axis anil private cais —and ushered their occupants into London's "ronsl beef holy ol holies." The rugged-faced old man of '(I wn.s for 30 years the carriage attendant outside of Simpson's-o:i- the-Strand. As such he welcomed thousands of visiotrs from the United States for two gcnerattoin His real name was Walter Mat- thcws. In his youth he was a noted boxer. He served as butler to a prominent New York family. He could have stayed there, but !«• preferred to stand outside Simpson's until lie died. Fellow members of the staff und notabilities who have eaten at thn famous restaurant, sent, wreaths. North Carolinan Told ,, Tall Dog Talc KINKTON, N. C. (UP)— E,| Bll- clmn. of Sanford. saved the best limiting story of last season until lie came to Kinston. "whpio prop. criyl such .stories should be (c!d." "A ' lady of my acquaintance owns n very fine pointer." he said ••nic lady is a very fine sliol. When she goes after quail she de- 'ights in shooting single birds "On a day lust season she and »"= <|OK went hunting ni ,d the po liter left her to run into an old Held hi which the grass wns high ""!• llcw. a nuail. ..My friend banged away and down bird. Another I5EACH CLUB HKCI.I IIKIIK IOI(A» AVI.VIA II I VKII*, rlrk nut • VotU'it, rnUw rhr >m*nttrr mtt nf I.Hf>-h«rrk. m.kUnnblr Mm V.irU • nlmrh ^ i;Ur. « l»rl; at Ikr ».,»n Club <m) ».k> nil "ikr i-rnwH" »«<-,|.1 HCI(IT« HAER|IH% ai nbum Mfcp U Jralnii*. !!.,„!.. krnrthrnlirn !•» Ikr -nun. ni-crviH « hrhilrd iMvllMllttn fu • «llNHrr lit Ikr rial, (km ••wr nluhl ^lint hy ^IIIS. IV A'l >:U»]A^ ujir ,<lf lh* T,, MP-H PMMrltll ll^kr*. IIAIII'Y UIIIT.HIIUK. .nr nl S;lvltr> K»r>l>. r«»kr» HIM,I. Ikr tfnurr flnnr nNd IrlrN I,, ii • iliidr krr IP jtn >allinK- *kr rtl^rn mill run* niftiy. tii^lut: «ki,rn. llnrdy i^nrm HIT (n kl> ki HIM! rmr* MvrrkHiir4. I hr ,-iil i-lnh !• arniuril a^H kr U ri-oi-M UiiMlN. rMbnrrM««r4 Mfi4 •kwrlr l» «)TlTt-H kjimr •>? t.|:. • nlmmlN^ lH»lrHi'rnr. Tkr rwllo '• I the came appeared, to be brought down. And another. Quail ic ni n lime, begun to appear at lorvals of nboul 15 seconds The 'fly stood in her tracks and shot 1 the game law would allow I 'Then she went k> [| 1( . cw yards away from which the mis hart flown ,,p. Tltr , rc . v(ood c wily pointer over a rabbit hole '"nich there were sever;*! niiall H apiKared (he cloa hart cdeed jic birds into-the hole and •icm out one nl a time hoi imes"""' ° m ' '" C '' Ole ' bclwec " Bv Williams IM 60 BMP 'IM PER SUPPED- IT'S TIME. PER HIS VlOUKi FIMD MM.' IT'S BED TIME-GO FIND'lMJ SOLLY, I MEVER H/vVE NO TIME TO MYSELF - VOU ALWAYS TELL A GIRL. VWO HAS A BROTHER— | \ SHE'S "GOT SUCH BIG PHET FROM- ARE YOU VJiT}| MS, VOUM VOU'LL HAVE- e-l& EARS, FROM A BOV.U.'G, TOD, IP VOU AREN'T MISS FLI her spot a le Speedy Mail Service Brought Investigation zed Have Complain,.,: about slow nl service evidently nnvn . rc . 'rat loo fast a service might S on an liivosttr.adon. irh was Die case wilh a letter • was mailed at Roadim- A. Angus!. 11 and reached P |,n*" jusl Hie samc t° niake H kjw" n', °' rf 'I 151 """' bills wr.™ „..£ 1 " nl drlmqucnl Paid on time. Clam Flats Rc-secdcd By State o hitmr from Ihr Hrnrt rlvh wlrfc I Una*. MIIV Cll ON Ullll THK rr«ll% ' CHAI'l'Ult VII •• A NU redouble." said Sylvia trl 1 Uliiuhfintly. Shu .stntleiii muss the table nt Melen> lilrrt .[^ "How Is Ilial. partner?" = Sylvia liked lo play. She liked ' <etter tn win. Not Ihat she wa? •lot genprnus — when Ilie. tirlilse <ame was nl her own IJOIJSH. as | wcis ihe caps this afleninrtti. shn gracefully conreded (be prize ir> | rim one whose prr>rn rfime uexl ! hlghesl. Hill a hnr 1 . score put her I In a villainous lemiicr anil UIOSP '. \vlin lll;o<l to keep her In pood ; Miiiiinr usually saw lo It ihnl slir ' held tlie n liming i-nnK ' | .Vow. as Hie rsrnrfs were I^IIIR j 'UlMcrl up. she leaned hnck In Jier ! fan-backed chair of willow and j \Rtvucd luxuriously. | "I'm ite.-iil." she announced, look-; In? nroinid al the assembled com- j liauy. Thorn wore uiRln girls tn j nil. charmingly drepscd. exiiulsitely I cnrlcfl and rougeti and powdered, tbelr Inn:; nalld (lasliiilK like reil j ieunls. "How's H.iTily Irwtay nfler bis j ducking?" one of ilie newcnnier« | tu llio elniuiHd circle riemamleil. Site wa<; n round fare-M. siLiih-iiospd ^Irl wiHi nn enormous month and liqillcl hut ralher vacnnna dark eye.^. Sylvi.i glunred raiher sharoly nt bf>r fnr an In.^tanl. Mien tnrnetl auay. She 'llrl nrl rleif:n to rt-iily "He's nil rlvhl." I'al'r naW brlnfly. with a withering h»'«l< ol Kthlyn I'rfe. Snmf-iine F=^|I| ennift thins (I'liciily tr, cover Ihe Filpnrr anrl EUityn Etaied auoul her un ] ab.i?liprl. "Well. I tfiink he wns pntted It roil ask me." slie continued ctoutly. "Nobnily did. darling." l'aitj> tnnp was ilevnsinilnp. Kpvernl pairs of hrlshl fjes were slanled Inqillr Ingly al Sylvia. There »as malic'- hi snnm of [hem. "A person can't have the Blin plest Accident nround here." alaied Sylvia [jolntedly, "ivllhonl having every old labo? In town tearlnp ber balr about II." ; "Well, 1 only thniigM—" hegari I>c'oplel Ethlyn. on Ilia defensK*. ".Mf • ' lieavena. I dlilo't know, lie wa» ILe king or ROinelhlus! Anybody'd think lliere was a law—" "There Is. darling." Isnbel »-lio (elt torn lor Ethlyo cam* (orwarrl crisply. Elblyn, Kinelclmd. relaiiserl inlo a sullen ellence bin lb« anhn?l*<J rolces of lh» otliet guesls. rushlnt Into tb» breach, covered iny «»V- fcnrdness effectively. Ethlyn "talked boms wlili Isabel later. "I s'pose Ibat's till last lima I'll b* asked lo ber blub oeas'e." «fj« said "(ih. well. I don't care. She tjurnj in* TD. I'll* Hoots, pirpniing dtnnct, tolil /icrsr// llint \\ the go/ out o\ « tliltnima lately i/icV (urn oi;ci u ntr.' leal. Isnliel's simple cfle. "Sylvia'F all rlsht.~ f nation. "Al,:yl,p shs'fi hEltei salil .'"eiluies ti> Silvia" Rut uhcn fbn aiiEcvrt al lining SllC ftlllltd RdlllP Nf-\V P^flill^llll CDNri tlietf: fnr llilllii-r nnii sho In: .§ol Kool.- RUT! ilie ntenaie ulilch I hung uv^i her. lilew In nlii>lll hi™ nunotlilni; • tl VI.VIA d.iwrll?,! np.-tairs lo UP! should lie rlonfi II gills likp Honlf ! llMllrlnns sltllns roi.rn nlim ill* 1 Ft.leliurn were allotted lo run wild !'«t 6'iesl hflil'leimlril l'lic-r» ^ii^ nnil all ilml stuff . . ." i-i frown nn her nanmv' tare: Met vajjuEly. "Vfiu've gul lo — to un j ilerslantl her." "IJIi. I ini'lersl.iiuf Her all ri^ut. I'be baiiy fate lmr<teiiecl a trifle tlie red lips ponied "Flie vv;i5 ryv ing on e.11 nver I IIP. plarr- awake with her worry, she tail said that If she got out ol this dilemma tafely she'd turn over 8 new leaf, he more amlahle 8t home. She was carrying ont this particular resolution DON. Mrs. Raebiirrj was lying down in a Blinded and darkened room, nursing one ol ber had headaches, ftoots was preparing dinner. II was fun to be tinsy, | to 7i)jz,ig lieiviecn kitchen and din- jliiK room, laying Ibe tabl» cor- ' ructly. slirln^ cold meal, beating rulls. homing [rc-il tea.Inlo the tall s^mlxir ^lapRpR. Johnny had called ;lo; if she wanted tn see Ihe new j.Marlene Dirirldi nicliirs and she ; linil snld ye?. Kverylhlng wai lilrnscrl . . . life wns vpry pleas-nil! If yui] didn'l art Km much of JU everything In ihe Kitchen na» wmn anrt nlil. 'His howls >n rl (lishps ?UP iinrifllprl were chipped. Thr- ip.i I,IWP|> were worn (bin hut Irjnlglii ni|ue if ihsre del.iils irhed lier as they usually dltl. She w»f,.. .ll»ivo Elli:ll |H"tly mailers. Il iHimiRli ih.ii ihf, iRltoKt lay Crispin 1 n «-iie haskpt. lhat the 1,-ihle. with 'Is inlands n| p-hlJe rna'a ou. its ilark. sr.inpd curfare. Icoked- at- iianiip Hnriif, tiiiipii nn iilr gayl?. she .1,1,1,1 aim.isi forgive Sylvia lo- iil^lil for heins hnrriil. \lnyli» I iinv e ri t tried to he fls- run m iisr." Khn ilinu s |ii contrllely. Mnybc it's initly my raiilt. . , ." Ihe IIOM imr, n,py met Eh> would make :m li,>r,c;i v ttml lo In friendly. i ... f.SAHKI. met Jane I'crnell 1«l j l'crr; p p druu Ri,, r p next niornln;. I Inins. vvhi helnuj;,,.! t n ihe Klighllr vniiiiKer Lrnnp. wns Trri kled 'nn< \\hnle?,,ti:e. hm patidy hntr worn jliertrclly (ir.ili;|ii. her Keneroiu iii^ulh iniioiciit of coHuietlcs. Jana admired Isahpl Intioensrtly anrl It was ii"i nfieri slie hail very much to inlk lo licr alimH so she pliio^ed :iivktv.iirlly inlo colivfrsalinn nhout i,h S .,u,,lor, | Sylrl.i liis-frs is cmnlus to EE9 j.\l"llior Mils fiinriiirig." file F<ilrJ iiarriilotisly. "S'>lu=!liing very Ira- omlnni." "Sylvia 1 = ?- Isabel iirtleil. "I didn't henr tliat. Miir.inlnpnl hlue eyes ivcie ditnlp,! \vliat's wrong? Hunls hadn't donp ! .-inythtug " "Well. Kylvln 1 ? nfler and she'd bellcr look mil. did go ont on Hip lerrai Hardy last niuln. and he to acl ' nilrt a nrr; ' y< " 1 '" .vith nnger. Me lisr srnlnj;- "' . ( , q lrur?ell pvvpp! nnrl ;„,', Sylvln. to n.lnl, Mil'l ' u ' fien a! l ' lsl ? ' lp Ifialls-sl [i:ilp yrren di.nppric?. silver icrs on her feel, she went lo lefppbonp roiKpalpd In a narrow while and silver clnset o-rcn iric off her dresslns ro^in. She called a nnmlirr. hpr voice •Ihe girls parted at an elm staled. jnri and n , ]rier y nn ,l femlnlnr,. al mnc| Unild In Its Implications. "Mrs. rernell? Vcs. II's SylvU Itlvers. No. never mlml calling Jane. I w.inled to talk tn ymi. U> about — atwut tbe Junior Croup Mrs rernell. I know ho\v partlcu i are. Soniellilng has—ha! up. Yes. I feel terribly AIKIUT. can I enplalD over Ih; lel» ing. S'H-i4i||,lii5 nlionl « 'Sl widened her ihfre must ba auchl Ihe nliler sonie . n sperial meet- ?r nnger ntpvs- sod ileepeiiiyl | Nil'nt (y.,i, ciiuhl hear Mr? ha imbed and linked. innkiiiE Kpfiipll's v.ii,- e liere) al Ihe clnh tl:<] [show ijp ngnln ll'» all rlgln wilh | nie. llools Is i>er[erlly nk» as fnrt^ ns I'm coni'p.rne<l. lint she eel- 5 In Sylvia's hair. She'd heller he careful." corner and Isabel irfed lo shake! off Ihe disquiet F.lblyn's wnrds had causer! ber. Sylvia hwl been a nil poisonous' lo Coots lately. There was uo denying il And Sylvia u-aj liifliienllal in :own If ili» really Marled out lo do 11 lliere I jij^yj, was no eurl lo Ilie barm. Elie conhl do [Jnols. Even In this frfi and easj day wb«D gjrls could do pretty much as they pleased, with In reason, an unsavory Glory alnmi ope of them conlri cause .Irjj.ury. iuhe) knew tlitt Why, lliere had been Ibal ptelty Illlle smitlicrn girl from New Marlln the year before Storitl had got urounrl nbont tier , by the marine bureau of £la *« dlnslon or flsheries and. g A crop of bivalves worth hul dreds of thousands of dollars is I expected to result from the"U I , "' • ' . — : B^OiB^t ipj J 1 1 J I Uu£^>ilJ. Read; Courier News Want Ads. [ diuuss ter ifler«airt. of ways. J was cold ou thsce aflernnnn ihnus nr I marvelous, l-nf I rau't i»-e lliem Wby dne,« «verylnji bm «nd tKilhercd ttxiul ber well.'" shiuj^d II »i tli« id*» i rt'OPPm ,"!? l| i' 'lie bed fV h ff ,i inrnrlll-! IL lilione. Uul l''l like to i.ilk to Tomnrro«7 Alinul II. llien. Trmrik* so niucb. Mrs. Feruell. Her IIULe girl *nice tliitterEr) awn; to aolh Ingness. bul II exprtsxlnu which "i'lierfl «nd silver i eciuietbln^ borrluly in. > tint a lltlln ilrl leveled at telephone «[ir linrl , ,rr ber." she M WHP. all ihi-i> . . . noihlng hap- I'liiifil. . . ." Her h?art heal n Illtl) | "1-1 ran tell vunr niniher ililus the w.iiirs to Inow alioui tba| nud smiling. "N'r,-,,, junior did I niiyllilng flu shoiiHn't have. I'm I snro o[ ih^t." "Well Hieii. iii.ii, an r \i,M. Isn'll l IT" enld Jane, innifortahly dlspos-l ot the subject, a mile bored | liy this time. rise Uvo girls |,,,rled anri lsal-el| talked swilrly 01 | i.mard borne, conscious ol .1 i, lj; nt <vorr , al |, sr I lieart. Sylvia nas mi bless, iiutor-f "'"'— bin 11 riidn'i seHin is to liarml 5. Why. I* | eicluslve Hi I lie Woman'*! Club, was terrlhly Imporianl. It| kill" Uonl?. aimhlug she wnulii Kuol; with the '"using to that would 'old B Ull iiai S>uia u.i.Mit enmigb In d-i thai lo B^tjls hum. e^eu If suih a lliinK el "11! lias u> '. tu!<I wib UUI1IS ' ' mti Ills sslad Li2d duztiic tjf hiit- hjl!«::i Las' ::!;!.! singing Sl;e Lad u, SMVI.I «» ..... ^u in i be rl n v «ould. s «|i,g Mr». >nlir«l>l No, l It - JTo He

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