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THE SPOKESMAN-REVIEW 2 Mon., May 15, 1944. BRENNER SPAN HIT BY BOMBS German Supply Route May Be Closed. FIFTEENTH AM FORCE HEADQUARTERS, Italy, May 14. tA---ti Hand-picked American Flying Fortress bombardiers scored direct hits on the vulnerable Avisio rail viaduct ctn the historic Brenner pass route yesterday, probably closing that key supply route to Ilitlerls armies in southern Italy. The 3500-font-long conciete span,1 which has been hearing an estimat-1 rtri 75 trainloads of supplies daily! to German forces, was hit in one of three SrpRIIIP American raids against the 81-mile gap through the Alps which forms the most direct ! route from Berlin to Rome. Heavy I rain concentrations FM ailing movement to the south were! caught in these and other .wide-' spread blows at Italian rail centers1 against which more than 24()0 ties were flown yesterday and last night in one of the warls heaviest i smashes at supply routes. Defenses Crossed Cp. Tho American bombers. striking! the AViSin target after other forcefeinted at a near-hy target arid, drew off German defenses, scoredi two and perhaps three direct hits. Photographs taken by the attackers showed direct hits on both the northern And southern ends of the span and prohably another at its center. The viaduct forms a sec!. tion of the Brenner line where there is no alternate route and Its destruction would paralyze traffic, "There is no question that we damaged it severely and I think we Traffic crosses the viaduct, which spans the Avisio river 22 miles below Bronzolo, on a double track that is estimated to have carried from 35,000 to 40,000 tons of supplies daily to German forces. Other Fortress formations striking at the pass scored hits near a bridge over the Adige river at Bolzano, five miles above Bronzolo, dumped explosives into Bronzolo's freight yards and bombed rail yards at Trento, five miles below the Avisio viaduct. Liberators meanwhile attacking rail lines along the Milan-Rimini route. bombed Piacenza, 41) miles southeast of Milan, and Fidenza, Parma and Modena. An attack on the main freight 11 yards at Bologna caused explosions' with smoke rising 10,000 feet. Yards at Borgo Panigale, just west of Bologne, were attacked also. Other yards at Castel Maggiore, on the main line to Venice, and at. Imola, Faenza and CeSPrIA toward Rimini, likewise were hit. 1 THREE IMPORTANT TOWNS1 CAPTURED BY PARTISANS r NEW YORK, May 14. tPlAlbanian partisans ''in large scale offensive operations" have captured the central Albanian towns of Koritsa. Elhasani and Berati, the British radio announced today. ! The broadcast, heard by CBS, said Koritsa and Elbasani anted the only cross-country roads r from the Albanian coast to Greece and southern Yugoslaviaroads important to the Germans. CONVOY BLASTED. LONDON. May 14. (ARoyal air force Beaufighters attacked a strongly guarded convoy off the Dutch coast today, hitting two merchant. vessels with torpedoes and leaving one escort vessel listing heavily, the air ministry announced tonight. One Beaufighter was reported missing. The German radio admitted one ship had been torpedoed in an attack on a convoy off the Frisian Islands. but said three Beaufighters were destroyed. ( frf, DECEIT HOTEL , :?:.;Z'' . 1;j0jElr,,4"7"- I :i.'. l'-jsN tto 't 4' ? y .--;.--r-a t P tc a ( er yaw "L.:-.11 -4.7mInttl'rNno-.,,,,,4 ---r-kNitr w(...."4501,:,(ellgriel.."1 : .2'.4.'' , ''.1. 1 4 t 4- t 4' , t 11, ' "4. Se s sa - ' ), ' - ; ASittifIC A 1 A E T A It I', Teano, t , a...--7 -a j 17, :4' ' a , a -a ! IR , - ,1 ITALY ( t, r' ',It damaged it severely and I think VP! knocked it out," reported Colonel John F. Bauer of Houston, Texas, WORK OF DIES ,SEES JAP FLYER who led the hand-picked formation. "There was a hole in the clouds right over it and observation was MAY CONTINUE "EASIER MEAT good. I SAW a whole block of bombs blanket it." WASHINGTON, May 14, ("P)At! AT A U. S. A. A. F. MUSTANG Carries Heavy Load. least one member of the Dies corn-,FIGHTER BASE IN ENGLAND. OTHILE PAN GRAVY FRENCH FRIED POTATOES BUTTERED CARROTS ROLL and BUTTER Where Allies Have Gained in Italy ,4:4z4f GAETA 40(411(07 44 ; - - - , TINS IS AN A. P. NVIRE'PHOTO MAP. American forces have driven through Ventosa and Santi Cosmoe Damian() and have taken Caste 'forte. French troops took Mount Faito, strategic point in the ''Gustav line." British forces established a new bridgehead south of Cassino, taking Sant' Angelo, cont ined encircling drive above Cassino, capturing Mount Albanetto. WASHINGTON, May 14, (4)At least OM, member of the Dies committee thinks the decision of Chairman Martin Dies (Dem., Texas) to retire from congress will not affect the operations of the committee for the rest of the session. Representative Thomas (Rep., N. ,J.), ranking Republican on the, group which is known officially as the special committee to investigate un-American activities, said Dies decision not to seek reelec-, lion 'should not be construed affecting the functions of the committee for the remainder of its tenure which expires next January 3." Thomas said he believed the house should continue to maintain such a committee and "should give, serious consideration to the advisa-. bility of establishing a permanent,' standing committee on un-Amer-! iran activities with a highly trained' and permanent staff," His convictions, he added, "are hased upon the present under-1 ground strategy now in operation' by certain of the subversive end un-American groups within our; midst. The congress and the people must never let their guard . down against these enemies." FUEL FORMS OUT SOON. WASHINGTON, May 14. tA3)-1 Application forms for next season's fuel oil ration Nvill be mailed tol householders within the next few weeks, the office of price adminis-1 tration said today. Allocations will he about the same as they were: last 'inter. QUIET FOR GANDHI. BOMBAY, India, May 14. (P) , Mohandas K. Gandhi, the Indian nationalist leader, now staying at a resort near by, will observe a fortnights silence to assure his uninterrupted rest, his doctors announced today. HITLER'S 1944 BLITZ. LONDON, May 15 (Monday). (.1P) ---A lone German raider dumped a 4,,! single bomb near a furniture fac- tory in a south coast town shortly 74,,, before midnight last night. There e:ti 'was some damage but no casualties ti, DC M30 "sPORISLANTS"KIIQ-111URS.. 5:30 P. . :30 P. M . :30 P. M. !",,,akili,6:11,04,....- - t-Y-46,,. , 114-...4'. '. '''',,--4,1; '-', Alledenat ),, ,: , , , f .J ,,,,C,,,,,L ., , :, -... (.11. '' 0 Ad6 ' c' , 7 1 -.'---4 ' Skt?044,-. -Ao-c. 4 ':,, L. Afikitat: 7 01, ! AT A U. S. A. A. F. MUSTANG FIGHTER BASE IN ENGLAND. (Correspondence of the A. P.)--The Japanese flyers are "easier meat" !then the Germans, in the opinion of an American fighter ace who i has fought both enemies. The actual fighting ability of 1 the Germans is above the Japanese but not to quite as high a degree as I originally believed," said Lieutenant Colonel James H. Howard of St. Louis, commander , of the highest scoring Mustang ifighter group in the European theater. I He cautioned, though, that "Japlanese planes and pilots are improving." He said perhaps the higge9t single item in favor of the Germans is that their equipment is still a good deal better than the Japanese. A former member of the famous AVG "Flying Tigers," How. lard was credited with shooting idown six and one-third (shared !credit with two other pilots) Jap'anese fighters over Burma and China. In this theater, he became known as "the one-man air force' after he snored three kills and three probables against the Germans in one dayin 30 min'utes to be exact. "When I was over there fight-ling against the Japs I regarded 'them as much inferior to the Nazis," Hmcard said in an Interview, "but after meeting the Gerfliaris in competition, I've changed .rny mind about it ..In some cirHumstances they are not as daring l as the &iris. , The luftwaffe comes up trying STILWELL SNAPS TRAP ON ENEMY Japs' North Burma Base Only! 11 Miles Away. SOUTHEAST ASIA HEADQUARQUARTERS, KANDY, Ceylon, May 14.Lieutenant General Joseph W. Stilwell' s forces have smashed tol within 11 miles of the Japanese northern Burma base of Kantaing, while on the Indian frontier allied troops virtually have captured Potsangbarn, village outpost. of Bishenpur on the road to Tiddim, allied headquarters announced today. General Stilwell's tank-led Chinese troops reported yesterday to have begun a major pre-monsoon drive on Japan's main bases in north Burma, were reported closing in on Taronyang, enemy stronghold 11 miles above Karnaing and a mile north of the village of Man-pin, already held by advance Chinese columns. Stilwell's forces thus appeared to have trapped an undetermined number of Japanese troops between Taronyang and Manpin. On the Indian front, British and Indian forces were attacking both north and south of Imphal, ripping into Japanese defense positions in Kohima with tanks and pressing a heavy assault on a commanding ridge about a mile southwest of that northern frontier outpost. The announcement said that only a few defenses now remain to the Japanese at Kohima, where the attacking allied forces were reported to have seen many dead Japanese. RAIL YARDS HIT. CHUNGKING, China, May 14.(4') American Mitchell bombers, accompanied by fighters and fighter-bombers, hit a sharp blow Friday on the Japanese rail yards at Sin-yang in the Yellow river area, it was announced today in a communique from Lieutenant General Stilwell's headquarters. The announcement said the bombers set many fires in four warehouses, damaged rhany railroad cars and inflicted casualties on about 100 of the enemy. Five, enemy barracks also were left, burning. The allied aircraft destroyed a 150-foot freighter, three motorboats and several sampans the same day. , SMITH FAMILY GROWS COTTON FIELD CHAMPS JOHNSTOWN, S. C. tiff,iIn 1943 W. G. Smith won first prize in the state five-acre cotton growing contest. The first year the contest 1 was held , in 1926, his father, B. R. 'Smith, won second prize. In all, the Smith family has won eight state prizes, three of them firsts. The rules forbid one person from winning the state prize more than once, Opium was administered by the ancient Chinese before operations. to get at our bombers, but gener!ally speaking they are not very aggressive against our fighters. If they can't have a clean advantage, they won't play. "Although our fighting in the 'Pacific vaa on a smaller scale and 'under different conditions, I found the Japs more Inclined to !just whale away at you regard-1 less of the odds and suffer the :consequences." I Most of us, I believe, naturally rthink of the Japanese as more or !less our natural enemy," Howard observed. "I for one would like to go back and fight them once the job is finished over hereand I know a lot of other boys who feel the !same way." -7 , , bea; ,tvk;': ;.. . ',10.tikAP . Quality in underwear is as personally , portant to you. Be sure you get real value , at moderate prices by looking for the familiar ' Hones label. For 43 years, Hanes has been fashioning underwear that makes men feel , , comfortable. Fine workmanship in knitting , and tailoring assures the long wear that , millions of men have come to expect from 't Hanes garments. votesk Right now, we're doing our best to supply our homefront friends. But if sometimes your dealer's stock is low, he should hove more soon. Hanes production is serving both our men in the Armed Forces and those at home.... P. H. Hanes Knitting Company, Winston-Salem, N. C. e'er, ,'4 " What do soldiers like? Listed near the top is a change into fresh, clean underwear. It peps up morale tremendously. So they do their washing regularlywith,0 machine gun to protect them if necessary. The Army knows how important underwear is to soldiersand buys the best for them. r (".4t. . z$777,7 TOE NATIONAL UNDERWEAR EARNING POWER BUSINESS PROP Green Urges Full Production and Employment. TOLEDO, Ohio, May 14. (A') President William Green of the American Federation of Labor today urged employers, labor and the government to get together at once on a post-war program designed to give "full production and full employment at decent wages." "Labor has often been told In the past that only when conditions are good for business can the workers benefit," Green said in an address prepared for the Toledo committee for the study of the organization of peace. "Now labor tells industry that only when conditions are good for workers can business benefit. "Both statements are true." Green said a high wage standard is inseparablly associated with full employment: "Through the creation and maintenance of such an economic policy a buying market can be established which will absorb and consume the goods which industry produces. In fact, our ability to consume goods should be greater than our ability to produce goods prices are maintained, income is increased and decent earnings result therefrom." The A. F. of L. called for speedy termination of war contracts after the shooting stops, enactment of "broad, comprehensive social security" legislation, and "the exercise of good judgment and sound discretion In the imposition of taxes." L. I. SOUND SHIP BECOMES FAMOUS NEW YORK. (P)When the small freight steamer Mohawk was launched in 1896 she stuck fast in the waysan ominous mishap. Later she was twice burned and Once survived a collision. But today the 48-year-old vessel is, with a sister ship, the 'last representative of the famous Long Island sound steamers. For a century, before the war interrupted, half a dozen palatial white steamers sailed every evening from New York to New England ports. Now only the Mohawk (renamed Vermont) and her newer sister ship, the New York, carry on where once was a parade of coastwise liners. They carry freight between New London, Conn., and New York city for the Central Vermont railway, part of the Canadian National system. The vessels also "double In brass." At New London their engine rooms become study halls for merchant marine engineers studying at near-by Fort Trumbull. This came about when a maritime training service officer discovered that the venerable Vermont and New York had old-fashioned reciprocating engines, the same type built into Liberty ships. Since then more than 1000 engineers have "graduated" from the two steamers between their nightly voyages. 1AMERICAN MOTHER'S PLEA FOR WAR-FREE WORLD NEW YORK, May 14. ()Mrs. , John McFarlane Phillips of Pitts-!burgh, Pa., chosen the "American i mother of 1944" by the American !mothers' committee of the Golden 1Rule foundation, today called on Americans to dedicate themselves , to building a world "free from the iscourge of war." She spoke during a special Mother's day broadcast over CBS. No is no negative in a woman's mouth.Philip Sidney, 1590. TREATY-RATIFYING VOTE IS SOUGHT FOR HOUSE WASHINGTON, May 14. UM-- Chairman Bloom (Dem.. N. Y.) of the house foreign affairs committee opened up a personal campaign tonight to deal the house in on the senates traditionally exclusive power to pass on treaties. The 150-year-old law that only a two-thirds senate vote can ratify a treaty "is undemocratic, unjust and discriminatory," the New Yorker said in a 20-page document printed at his own expense to he !distributed to fellow congressmen. CALL CONGRESS' RECORD "BLACK r1 Clothing Workers Say Little Steel Formula Outmoded. CHICAGO, May it (A')The general executive.,board of the Amalgamated Clothing Workers of America declared today the "black record of the 78th congress, unless sharply reversed, threatens to destroy our national unity, disrupt the home front, prolong the war and make impossible the achievement of an ordered and enduring peace." The board In its report to the C. I. O. union which opens a convention here tomorrow contended "congress has scuttled the President's program for economic stabilization," and asserted as a result "living costs have continued to mount while wages remain stabilized under the little steel formula, which now has become out. moded and unrealistic in the light of the failure to halt price increases." Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt will address the convention Thursday. JERSEY G. a Pe To PUSH DEWEY 1 ATLANTIC CITY, N. J., May 14, UMGovernor Walter E. Edge declared today the state G. a P. organization slate of candidates for delegates to the Republican national convention was "going to push" Governor Thomas E. Dewey of New York for the presidential nomination. Edge previously had declared New Jersey Republican leaders viewed Dewey favorably, but this was the first time he had publicly stated that Dewey would get active support. Edge has been a leader in a fight to keep the Garden state's 35 convention delegates unpledged. Former State Senator Lloyd L. Schroeder of Teaneck, ardent Dewey suporter and leader of an opposition ticket of delegate candidates, had asserted that Edge's failure to say whom he favored for the nomination made it "apparent that Governor Edge wishes to use the New Jersey delegation for political trading purposes at the convention." Go FAST! use Dr. Scholl's Zino-pada and forget you have cornet They instantly stop pain. fill shoe friction; lift pressure and quickly. gently remove corns. Coat but a trine. Sold everywhere. GAIETY PREVAILS AT INVASION HUB Cross Channel Bombing Is Ignored by Hepcatt. FOLKESTONE, England, May 14. (R)Bald, merry-eyed Charlie Uden drew off another row of beers Saturday and chuckled at the way his ancient pub, the British Lion, was heaving and pitching. All day long the bomb thunder had come rolling back across the 20 miles , of channel separating Folkestone's sun-splashed cliffs from Adolf Hitler's forward ramparts. "Our lads are taking another bite out of the westwall," Charlie grinned. "This thing goes on day and night. There hasn't been so much racket around here since the Hun was blitzing us." But you don't hear much invasion talk in the Lion, which has been in business 484 years. It first was licensed in 1160 and within its walls Charles Dinens wrote "Our Mutual Friend." Like Coney Island. A little way up from the Lion on the water front a dance hall was packed with hepcats, rug cutting to a jazz band giving out with "Pistol-Parkin' Mamma" and "Maizy Goats." The adjoining promenade, cluttered with sun bathers, looked like Coney Island. Around the corner, a four-piece G. I. banda clarinet, piano and two banjoswas having a jam session in an American Red Cross "dugout." Long after dark the flurry of explosions across the channel and the angry winks of the A. A. guns persisted. A packet of flares went down and you could read your newspaper by their light on this side. "A piddlin' show," said somebody on the terrace below. While the rest of the world anxiously awaited the approaching in. vasion, this was the week-end's calm, holiday-like atmosphere in the corner of Britain closest to the enemy. FAST OCEAN HOP. LONDON, May 14. t4D)--A Canadian-built R. A. F. Mosquito fighter-bomber with American-made Rolls-Royce Merlin engines has just made a 2000-mile nonstop hop from Labrador to the United kingdom in the record time of 6 hours 46 minutes, the air ministry announced tonight. This was 2 hours 10 minutes faster than the previous recordmade by a British Liberator. 'WHEN you need quick relief from IN pain, do you hesitate tcotake aspirin because it I you with an upset stomach? If so, this new medical dig. SUPERIN, is "just what the doctor ordered" for you. Superin Is aspirin pluscontains the slime pure, safe aspirin you have long knownhut compounded by medical men in a special way for those upset by aspirin in its ordinary form. this now kind of aspirin tablet dissolves more quickly, lets the aspirin get right at the job of relieving pain, reduces the acidity of ordinary aspirin, and does BRITISH WARNED OF NAZI STROKE May Try Invasion to Upset Eisenhower's Plans. LONDON, May 14. (AM As the time of assault upon fortress Europe drew nearer, Britons again were warned today that the Germans might try to land on these isles, while the Nazis, in a fresh outburst of mingled bravado and Invasion feelers, boasted their arms were ready for any allied blow. And in Toyko Premier General Hideki Tom, in a radio pep talk, declared "Germany is fully prepared to meet any situation she may find herself confronted with," and added that "Germany has perfected a position enabling her to carry through counter-offensive operations." At the same time there was ample reason to believe from reports In Sweden that the German anti-invasion commander in chief, Field 'Marshal Erwin Rommel rather than perhaps the militarily waning Hitlerwas being proclaimed as the potential saviour of the retch. Rallying the home guardsmen at a crucial time, Field Marshal Lord Ironside, commander of the British home force and former chief of the British imperial defense staff, said In a speech yesterday that "It is quite possible that when we make our great invasion the Germans will make some sort of effort to land in this country." Similar expressions of caution were forthcoming regularly from the press and platform, the argument being that the Germans might place their last desperate reliance upon a bold, if suicidal, attack in the hope of disorganizing General Dwight D. Eisenhower's plans. rir:ratra Write for FREE BEAUTY FOLDER It tells a delightful story beat StMataa'a freekls Cr.... 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' it eps up morale tremendously. So they do ' 1:' I ,;,.4:13:: i::,''''Y:0'...i,:t.',:l'::, ..;',;'', .''',.'.1.,.,, l',1,.',4: .'!:7,.,,,::e. , thePir washing regularly--with,a machine gun '''.: ,$:. 0 .-i i! ,;, : .,,,, ,, ;k: ,I, , s, ., 4.,,,,,, :. ..,., tio3upyrsotthe;tbtleiset .,::;::k,,, ,', : ,,: li F., , '24-Z44017N ..,: ,,,ig, ,i, .!-,: .., ,,,, ,,,,,, 4 eerc,en.ssary. The Army knows ,, , ,. how important underwear is to soldiersand ! . nfl:f them e ,.. i ,,, !'f'" A ;;, '" "'?:, ,, Quality in underwear is as personally im 'i,.. ''' , , ., -. 1.. :',iN:':, : . ;.;,'.i .1,,:, :",'' , ,:''',' portant to you. Be sure you get real value :, .,,t'..., . '''''' . : '2 ;:,:::,::,!. '''',' , :":&:. at moderate prices by looking for the familiar 4,4';'1 PANGRAVY il,':4,-,;:,,,.,,,, - :,,:t-..,,',,,,,,,',tci!,:k..4;",,, it :;'",' Hones label. For 43 years, Hanes has been r 4 ..,'- ,;;;,,, :,...,,,,,,y,,:,,,..,.A4., A:: ,:,,,,,, fashioning underwear that makes men feel FRENCHFRIED POTATOES 'i ,c'::'?;-:,',?;'',.;-:':',v):;::,,',,;::,;.::'.:;:,,:::,:!:'!ii:,-:,,,;:,'-, ,.,?,,',i,,,- comfortable. Fine workmanship in knitting ...1 ,'',....; ',:,,k:i''::;:'.:::2 ''''':1 ': ....4,....' and tailoring assures the long wear that BUTTERED CARROTS 1,:,:,",:,!,,,,,,,,,,,,.:,:4,.,,,-A :,,. :, ,,,,:,,,,, millions of men have come to expect from , - 1 , (;::";',...::::''',::: ?,,::: 4' ,-?..: -'':".;.',,t Hanes garments ROLL and BUTTER c Right now, we ,,:,.,,,,:, :1 . ,::: ,,:..:,,i:,:, ,,. , ,, ,,,:.4,y4,,0,21, :0',,,,,,,:,::,,,;:s, ,,,,.::::,:,,,:;. ., , ',-NN,,.,,o,' -::&,,,,,1 're doing our best to supply ..r.': :::-'!,;"::,,'''''': ....,:''.'''','?: ".., l'' - ''' s...'Ille'IN" our home front friends. But if sometimes . , ,,,, , 4: :,, , xrs;t",. ?,.,4 ,:' , ".'"''"''''-'' ' . 'es- '' ' -ge.,: A r, ,t,,,,.: ,..;-: your dealer's stock is tow, he should have .4::,,,,.:, , , : l?::':::'''''''' 4. - ''';''''''' ''.' '':' 44 ore soon. Hanes production is serving both ,:,,::,:,,, ,:,:.,..., ?' :'..y: !. tr ....,, '.,,;- .. : our men in the Armed Forces and those at f.., , ,::: ,, f ' : : M :, :. home.... Hanes Knitting Company, ,-4,'' ro , ::::::4::::,:iVit 4 A4.1.)...... - ' Winston-Salem, , ', . "' ': .,'d , ,,,, -,r: , - , , il.s.;.i N.-.. '''.-?1,11 ,' ' - - - - - - -'- .: , . ,..., 40 f ,..,,, ,,p , ,,,t, , ' , , , . ; , ., ...,,.,:,, At, .,- ,,- ,-,,,,z,,,.:,,,,,..,..,.1,,,,!,..04,40,, 0,...,,,,,,10.,,, 'c.v., , , , ., ';,-, , . ' v ; .--,;-., D 11 0 E. RI , (' ''''k- ''''''.: ,":.,,4.'':g'z'e::E,t,'::':;.t,;x4i-',:--?1,;::';'-',,:!::,,;;-,;.-1,P4 ::, -f,:f:,.!;,c;)!!:.-; t ' ,...,$,,,, 0 11011E IL .. ' .,.,.., wilik.4.-,,,,: ,, , :, ..,,,,:,H; ,4,,,,.t,,,..:,:),,4,:,:!1-4. ,.-4, , ,,,-,- , $ ',; ' f , . ' , ., k, t4',.'414illatli;i4,1(14'4L'''P..siliallleALIASNWiiiiisilielkLat - t4,, ' :' ,,.., , . 1 "sPORISLAN'IS"KIIQ-1 lit RS.. 5:30 P. M.SAT., 5:30 P. M. THE NATIONAL UNDERWEAR ,.. ... FILT4177-':47,Z1",7?!!-4'7141111.t,itlf , t It ) d'F$ etN,,, ' A, 1,44 a tR-farrip-1,1,--4r i i q",ftt 41 ,.,-4;,,i!:.41 '47''',7,-77r,..,.. i''' r It, .1411..0 , ,,,,momma zs. ,Z1111,1111, tilt" AIMICIIII x.i f i... , 1 ot,,,,, .V., : ,., . , , ., . ., ,.,.,f. . :1,4Y8:Inationalist leader, nOW Staying at 67 Etef.;:c7k.,,,,T7t ! f , A 1 4 ..7, . 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