Shawnee News-Star from Shawnee, Oklahoma on August 23, 1960 · 1
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4 Bible Digest "Let this mind be in you which was also in Christ Jesus" Philippians 2:5 The reason that we have so rotch on our minds is probably due to the fact we have 30 little in our hearts—H B Dean S VOL 66—NO 109 4er ±L-20 Sixteen rages Grand jurors indict Collins A county grand jury Monday brought a murder indictment against John Bell Collins 19 Shawnee accused in the fatal beating August 13 of Hamel LeRoy Wells 53 city hotel bellhop The Collins youth admitted Saturday to officers that he clubbed Wells to death wiih a piece ef ree limb on the bank of the North Canadian river here Wells' body was found in the river last Tuesday afternoon three days after the killing The Collins youth is being held in county jail and will probably School board be arraigned this morning be- fore District Judge J Knox Byrum The indictment was returned I bus bids at the end of the opening day lof the grand jury session The grand jury called primariBids on two new Shawnee IY to investigate the Wanette school buses were received Mon school district was qualified day night by the board of educa- Monday morning with Judge tion but action will be delayed Byrum presiding until next Monday pending a de-I About 35 witnesses were heard tailed study of the bids before the panel recessed at 6:30 In other business the board Pm until 9:30 am today executed an architect's contract Most of the witnesses heard with Chapin Howard Shawnee Monday appeared before the !or work on the new school build- jury only briefly Some 30 of !ng to be located in the northeast them were persons who had iector of the city and for class- signed the grand jury petition TKim additions at Lee and Rogers and resided in the Wanetteichools Trousdale area Howard reported that he has Carl Throckmorton and Doyle tudied six possible sites for the Pitts who were active in circuww gradeschool building and lating and presenting the grand 7onsiders one at Independence jury petition were among the ind Pesotum most favorable first witnesses appearing Mon-lowever no action was taken day They live in the 'Wanette area )n picking a building site pend- Bids on two new Shawnee school buses were received Monday night by the board of education but action will be delayed until next Monday pending a detailed study of the bids In other business the board executed an architect's contract with Chapin Howard Shawnee for work on the new school building to be located in the northeast sector of the city and for classroom additions at Lee and Rogers schools Howard reported that he has studied six possible sites for the new gradeschool building and considers one at Independence and Pesotum most favorable However no action was taken on picking a building site pendng additional surveys of the various properties under consideration pug clutmlulia otaL VCyD V LiM various properties under consideration The grand jury petition called The school board approved i I for an investigation of the ex-salary increases of from $10 to penditure and collection of public $1277 per month for four secre funds in Pottawatomie county taries in the school system particularly in the Wanette school A plan was approved for pro- district viding insurance for athletic Another 25 or so witnesses teams and offering coverage to again many of them persons who the student body signed the grand jury petition Board members present were are expected to appear today for Leslie Ford C V Courtney E S questioning Drake Al Hullum and Mrs Inez County Attorney Harvey Cody Higley is handling presentation of mat Clinton tavern killing probed CLIRTON (IP) — Custer county officers Monday were investigating the fatal shooting of a Clinton-Sherman Air Force sergeant at a Clinton tavern The victim was identified as S Sgt Richard L Newbrough 29 Clarksburg W Va A spokesman at the Clinton-Sherman public information office said Newbrough's body was brought to the base by A2C Robert D Steward Kilbourne It was reported that Seward told authorities he found Newbrough in his car outside a Clinton tavern early Monday and thinking Newbrough was asleep started driving toward the base He discovered later the sergeant was dead He had been shot in the head Newbrough's widow Mrs Mary Louise Nevvbrough lives in nearby Elk City : Starology : SPECTACULAR is a mild word for the new Oklahoma Natural Gas structure at Tenth and Bell It an swanky throughout you need to are it to believe it Openhouse is today and We Wednesday Some people are confused about the location of the Wilson "Suits Us" cabin for the BPW carnival This is it Go to the lake dam drive two miles west turn south one mile go east two miles It starts at 6 pm today Sunday August 28 will be the last day of the season for the Municipal swimming pool Mrs Bill Becker manager reported Closing time that day depends ono the creowe Farm Bureau members will stage their annual picnic at 7:30 pm Thursday at Tecumseh lake It'll be an informal gathering but some state officials will be on hand Telephone-Man Paul McKinney got back at his desk Monday from vacation and discovered his invitation to the VIP event at ONG and had to rush to the ribbon-cutting coati ess It's interesting to note that of the 19 men and women volunteers for space travel Oklahoma has contributed two They're Leroy Gordon Cooper of here and Jerrie Cobb Oklahoma City Young Bill Tiffany who's spent the last year at Heidelberg Germany as a Fulbright ucholar will arrive home Saturday He and his wife are driving' from New York in their little German ear In a Big City newspaper feature about the fight to allow women to vote the late Miss Aloysius Larch-Miller of here was given most of the credit for pushing ratification of the 19th through Mrs Warren T Curry northwest of town is a faithful satellite observer She's spotted Echo I every night but two since it's been in orbit penditure and collection of public funds in Pottawatomie county particularly in the Wanette school district Another 26 or so witnesses again many of them persons who signed the grand jury petition are expected to appear today for questioning County Attorney Harvey Cody is handling presentation of matters before the grand jury A C Cummings 23 East Severn is grand jury foreman Other members of the grand jury are J D Jones route 4 Shawnee Herman Rogers route 5 Shawnee E J Benton 719 West Dewey Joel Sumner 1101 North Union Elwanda Gentry route 1 Shawnee R F Rose route 1 Maud V L Cockrell Tecumseh Lester Lemmons Tecumseh Viola Booth 1418 North Oklahoma E B Magruder route 2 Shawnee and Cora DePriest 513 South Chapman Testimony and proceedings inside the grand jury room are secret and not available to newsmen Cost of the grand jury session is paid out of the court fund The current grand jury session is the third in the county in the past six years Mali faction appeals to lilt LONDON UP) — Moscow radio Monday night broadcast an appeal by Modibo Keita premier of the former French Sudan for immediate help from the United Nations help to keep order in the newly independent African Federation of Mali Leaders of Senegal state have announced they have seceded from the federation The broadcast said Keita's appeal was cabled to President Sekou Toure of Guinea the territory that backed out of the French community despite President Charles de Gaulle's bid to keep France's former dependencies in a single grouping Keita's cable said that in the absence of any French government agreement to provide troops for maintaining order he demands "the immediate calling of la meeting of the security council (in New York) and immediate lassistance from the U N" UN headquarters in New Yorlt said no direct appeal had been received by Monday night from the Mali Federation but officials had been told of the roundabout delivery of Keita's message by way of Guinea and Moscow radio The states of Senegal and French Sudan formed the Mali Federation in January 1959 The federation gained its independence from France last June It remained in the French community The split follows a power struggle between Keita and his Senegalese rival Mamadou Dia De Gaulle has invited the two men to Paris to discuss the dispute Only Dia has accepted the invitation Summer weather returns to state The Associated Press) Summer temperatures came back to Oklahoma Monday but scattered showers are predicted for the Panhandle and extreme western sections by late today Generally fair skies are expected over the rest of the state High temperatures today should be near 100 degrees in the Panhandle and extreme northwest and 90 in the southeast Highs Monday ranged from e6 degrees at Tulsa to 99 at Guymon 1 tillgy- a nmomom0ItimMU ffit (Tom Coffey MOO Mayor Charles Pittman cut the ribbon officially opening the new Oklahoma Natural Gas company building at Tenth and Bell during ceremonies Monday With him (left to right) are A "Tex" Eddins president of the company Joseph Bowes chairman of the board and Wayman Humphrey local manager All invited to new building ONG's openhouse starts this morning Oklahoma Natural Gas company will open officially its $400000 headquarters building at Tenth and Bell today with "grand opening" openhouse scheduled today and Wednesday for the general public "We'd like for everyone in this area to see our new facility" Wayman Humphrey district manager for ONG commented "We hope everyone will find a few minutes to drop by and see us" The building of contemporary architecture was designed by Chapin Howard Shawnee architect Mike Crawley home planning director with GNG assisted in designing the interior D C Casey Lubbock Texas 1Ioman Griffin Construction Co of Shawnee was general contractor owns the building which is leased by Oklahoma Natural Hardesty Plumbing and Heat- ing Co installed the all-gas heat- near Collinsville log and cooling system Oklahoma Electrical Co installed lighting fixtures itte The Assoeiated Preto) The building is 50 feet by 140 feet and has two floors—providing 14000 square feet of working space Much of the space is used for a conference room for ONG officals and civic clubs a coffee shop far employes and vislitors and a home service department to be used by local clubs Modern in every detail the building is aimed to provide the most efficient work possible Some 40 telephones have been installed in the office building They feature an intra-office dial system The local building is the home office for the entire Shawnee district of ONG which serves 33000 customers Some 20 towns are included in ths district There are 173 employes in the Shawnee district with an annual payroll of $750000 Humphrey said "The Shawnee district plays an important part in ONG's total operation" Humphrey said "This area is a source of 64 percent of ONG's supply and 62 percent of the company's connected reserve —gas obtained through purchase contracts and connections with independent producers" Cooling and heating for the building will be provided through R multi-zoned air handling system consisting of six separate zones for the lcbby accounting area office space conference room and Culina room the spacious luncheon area for local clubs Each zone will be under its own thermostatic temperature control for both heating and cooling Heating will be provided by a Bryant gas designed steam boiler Two refrigeration machines consisting of one 25-ton Ark la chiller and one 5-ton Bryant chiller' will provide the cooling Both machines use natural gas to produce the refrigeration by the absorption method S Lighting throughout the building is obtained largely from recessed flourescent fixtures Outstanding in the lighting installa PLEASE TURN TO PAGE 2 COI 1 ONG OKLAHOMA CITY (13—About 30 Negroes — far less than had been expected —Monday began picketing downtown Oklahoma City business firms in their drive to obtain food service along with whites The small number who appeared at the Calvary Baptist church to pick up placards urging a boycott of most downtown businesses contrasted with a group of some 400 who voted overwhelmingly last week to start the boycott-picketing demonstration The demonstration was the latest move in the efforts of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People to illotsree as mond-oless matter et tho eattottles at Shawnee Oklahoma) A State Champion Newspaper Dedicated to the Best Interests of the TO-County Area SHAWNEE OKLAHOMA TUESDAY AUGUST 23 1960 tity The Assoeiated Preto) An Enid woman died Monday night from injuries received in a two-car crash Saturday boosting Oklahoma's traffic death toll for the year to 388 compared with 400 at this time last year Also reported Monday were the deaths of an elderly Skiatook woman and a teen-age Watonga girl The victims: MRS ARLENE ELSIE HUFF 51 Enid NELLIE A EDDINGFIELD 67 Skiatook JACQULINE JANE BLAKESLY 15 Watonga Mrs Huff died in an Enid hospital after failing to regain consciousness after the accident Her mother Mrs Rose Wash-bourn also of Enid was reported in critical condition Patrolman Bill Mendenhall said the Eddingfield car collided with a truck driven by Guy Wayne Martin 34 Tulsa who suffered only minor injuries Martin's son 11-year-old Jimmy Wayne was hospitalized with a broken leg but described in good condition The Watonga girl was killed late Sunday night when she stepped from behind a bridge post into the path of a truck Highway patrol troopers said the accident occurred at the North Canadian river bridge on US 270 west of Watonga Driver of the truck was Arthur Edgar Little 25 Oklahoma City Good satellite viewing expected Shawnee satellite watchers will have two opportunities to observe the United States' Echo I balloon tonight The first pass is scheduled at 9:01 p m traveling from west-southwest to northeast The second pass will be at 11:10 p from west to east-northeast Times a r e approximately when the satellite appears at the highest point in the sky It is usually visible about 10 minutes before and 10 minutes after that time obtain food service in all Oklahoma City eating places Some eating places have integrated Dr E C Moon Jr president of the local chapter of the NAACP declined to comment on the small number of pickets or say whether more were to join the' movement later The pickets left the church in pairs with each pair assigned to patrol a block of Main Street Or one of a few side streets in the downtown area Because there were not enough to cover the area in pairs some walked alone Moon instructed the pickets to remain on the sidewalks not to NE Vole showdown on medical care expected today WASHINGTON (1) — A Kennedy-backed bill to provide medical care benefits for all aged citizens regardless of income was offered in the senate Monday Strongly supported by the Democratic party' s national nominees Sen John F Kennedy for president and Sen Lyndon B Johnson for vice president the system would be financed by social security payroll taxes President Eisenhower and some Democrats including Sen Harry F Byrd of Virginia oppose the social security tax Eisenhower 'calls it a form of "compulsory medicine" Sen Clinton P Anderson (1)- NM) offered the new bill as a substitute to one voted 12-4 by the finance committee headed by Byrd The committee bill would provide 200 million dollars a year in federal grants to help states provide medical care for their needy aged Anderson's bill would provide benefits for all in social security and would use the provisions of the committee bill to cover everybody else Following Anderson Sen Jacob K Javits (R-NY) introduced his own health insurance plan as a substitute This means the first test will come on Javits1 bill Although it bore the endorsement of Vice President Richard M Nixon the Republican presidential nominee Javits' bill was not given much chance of adoption Democrats control the senate almost 2-1 and were considered unlikely to accept a Republican version on the politically potent issue Javits however told the senate in effect that if senators wanted to write into law a broad program of medical care for old persons it was his amendment or nothing He quoted from Eisenhower news conferences to show that the President had repeatedly said he would not accept a plan tied into the social security system The Javits plan would provide that federal funds to be matched by an equal amount of state funds could be used to help old persons with low or medium incomes obtain health insurance protection The states would have to set up the actual details of the program 1 The senate agreed to vote by 2 p in today on Javits' bill and by 6 p m on the Anderson proposal ' The agreement was worked out by Sen Lyndon B Johnson of Texas the senate majority leader and Democratic vice presidential nominee Anderson argued there should be no rule that help would go only to those who can demonstrate they do not have the means to pay Javits1 plan would offer aid to those aged iil with incomes of not over 63000 if single or not over $4500 for married couples It would provide aid estimated at up to 450 million dollars a year in addition to the basic provisions the committee-approved bill block doorways and not to talk to anyone while carrying a sign Moon took over one of the picket jobs himself In a brief pre-boycott meeting Moon pointed out previous efforts to persuade restaurant owners to admit Negroes here have failed "we are determined as of this morning" he said "to rid Oklahoma City of this un-democratic practice" Two weeks ago members of the local NAACP Youth council began picketing several Oklahoma City restaurants Later conferences between NAACP leaders restaurant In el vsos t AR uge fires raging (:)ierr forests al ctric lines opt Congo crisis cools diplomats believe UNITED NATIONS N Y UP) — Diplomats expressed belief Monday that developments within the past 24 hours had taken much of the heat out of the Congo crisis Relations between Secretary-General Dag Hammarskjold and representatives of the Congo government continued tense but the Congolese apparently are not ready to jeopardize United Nations aid by clinging to unacceptable conditions Major developments included: I A resounding victory by Hammarskjold in Sunday's Security council debate that gave solid backing for his position despite attacks by the Congo government and the Soviet Union 2 An announcement in Leopoldville that Premier Patrice Lumumba would not press his demands for UN aid in trying to put down the rebellious government of Katanga province In Katanga the secessionist government of Premier Moise Tshombe and allies from elsewhere in the Congo called on the Congo army to get rid of Lumumba and join their effort to form a confederation of Congo states they called 'mumba a traitorous helper of "Communist colonialism" 3 Assurances that the last Belgian military units would be out of the Congo within a week Hammarskjold said the Congo situation no longer was a threat to international peace Hammarskjold was reported highly pleased by the support he received in the 11-nation council Even Tunisia the only African nation on the council backed him up The support was so solid that the Soviet Union decided against any formal challenge The main cause of the friction between Lumumba and the UN leaders was a dispute as to whether UN forces should be used to end the announced secession of Katanga province Hammarskjold insisted that the UN could not intervene in any internal political dispute This position was supported by nine of the security councirs 11 members US charges Castro plots Red revolution SAN JOSE Costa Rica (R)—The United States Monday night accused the Cuban regime of Fidel Castro of plotting to spread Communist revolutions throughout Latin America Argentina followed up the U S charge with a proposal that the Organization of American States set up a hemisphere defense against communism Argentina's resolution submitted to the OAS foreign ministers' conference called for an extraordinary conference within 90 days to prepare an anti-Communist defense treaty The resolution also asked the Inter-American defense board to A prepare an advisory report "on Anna Cooper aspects of revolutionary war and defense procedures" by OAS rites pending the means to prevent it with joint members The U S charge was in a strongly worded memoradum Mrs Anna Cooper 74 of 320 warning Latin America to be North Pottenger died Sunday fearful of Cuba night in a Shawnee hospital fol- Informants said the memorandum indicates the United States is taking a tough policy approach in its efforts to correct a popular Latin-American belief that only the United States and Cuba are involved in so-called extracontinental Communist menaces to the hemisphere Cuban Foreign Minister Raul Roa told newsmen he has seen the memorandum and will comment on if in a later address to the minister's conference Secretary of State Christian A Herter submitted the nine-page memo as a supplement to an Inter-American peace committee report on Communist threats to the hemisphere The committee report says tensions have been "considerably intensified as a result of the growing interest of the Soviet Union in intervening more actively in inter-American matters" The United States earlier sent a memorandum to the five-nation committee charging that Cuba is "being rapidly transformed into a dictatorial political state and also a state in which the reins of political control are being concentrated increasingly in the hands of the Communist party" The report of the latest U S memoradum came amid indicatior4 many Latin-American delegations are more concerned over the growing dispute between the United States and Cuba than over the Red menace The sources said several ministers are seeking to get the two countries to negotiate their differ PLEASE TURN TO Castro PAGE 11 Col li Negro pickets scarce at opening of OC boycott owners retail merchants and the governor's committee on human relations failed to break the deadlock The governor's committee last week issued a statement urging restaurant operators to admit Negroes Gov J Howard Edmondson agreeing with action of his committee commented Monday "I think the actions of other cities—the most recent one being Kansas City—have painted a clear pattern that the removal of the racial barrier is inevitable and everyone is a lot better off if they go ahead !rid do it agreeably Mrs Anna Cooper 74 of 320 North Pottenger died Sunday night in a Shawnee hospital following a one-day illness Mrs Cooper was born Feb 14 1886 in Mountain View Ark and came to Wellston in 1908 She moved to Pottawatomie county in 1939 She was a member of the Baptist church - Funeral ar ra ngem ent s are pending with Cociii-t's funeral home Tecumseh Burial will be in Dale cemetery Survivors include five daughters Mrs Bonnie Rust and Mrs Eula Miller of Wasco Calif Mrs Irene McCoy of 320 North Pottenger Mrs Gerthia Copher of San Diego Calif and Mrs Virgie Kastner of Bakersfield Calif two sons Bill Mankin of Wasco and Lester Mankin of Sacramento Calif: a brother Walter Mankin of Viellston 33 grand children 15 great-grandchildren and 14 great-great-grandchildren Kennedy unable to attend state Democratic meet OKLAHOMA CITY UP) — Sen John F Kennedy Democratic nominee for president will not be able to attend the Midwest Democratic conference here September 16-18 it was announced Monday Democratic state chairman Gene McGill said Kennedy's schedule will not permit him to include the conference However Sen Lyndon B Johnson the vice presidential nominee will attend at least one day McGill said he is sure Kennedy will be in the state once or perhaps twice during the general election campaign 1 rather than having to go through the pattern of demonstrations and boycotts" At the Friday night meeting which approved the boycott there were several persons who urged postponement of the boycott or a selective boycott plan with patronage withheld only from those stores in which Negroes were barred from lunchrooms There had been no violence Police Chief Roy Bergman said enough policemen would be assigned to the downtown area to "insure maximum police protection and maintain the peace" during the boycott picketing tiNf:TS 0PAPCIZ 'Zft Pr '11 ""eflPti I ' Mo stly fair throurv tlyr Wednesday highs in vpK: per 90s MONDAY: High 08 low 60 1411k DAILY Se—SUNDAY lbe Blazes ravage 63000 acres in Reno vicinity RENO Nev — Swiftly spreading fires raced unchecked Monday through High Sierra forests after destroying 63000 acres of timber and cutting electric power to 90000 persons in a 15000- square-mile area After 23 blackout hours downtown Reno's lights went back on with the splicing of a 60000-volt line But users were warned to unplug refrigerators and other motor-driven apparatus to avoid an overload Repair men laboring in smoking fire-scarred mountain regions strove to restore a 120-000-volt line and get power back to 14 other Nevada and northern California cities However the California highway patrol alerted the historic summit communities of Emigrant Gap and Blue Canyon for possible evacuation as the Forest Hill blaze neared US 40 Officials said high winds could sweep the northern front of that fire to the highway Emigrant Gap's permanent population of 150 is swollen by vacationers It was a mountain top resting plate for pioneers Curvaceous Marilyn Monroe in town for a movie premiere that failed to come off had lights in the seventh-floor suite of her hotel because Hollywood studio men set up an auxiliary power Unit The famed Lake Tahoe resort area jammed with hundreds of vacationists was in a state of semiparalysis Idled electric ptunps caused a water shortage Resorts with electric ranges couldn't cook Refrigerators quit and a rush call was sent out for dry ice Many vacationers who wanted to go home couldn't Electric-driven gasoline pumps shut down Some enterprising operators hooked up gas-driven power lawnmower engines and doled out gasoline at the limit of $2 worth to a customer Reno' s always busy gambling houses kept going with auxiliary generators The three big fires burned out some 20 homes since Saturday in small mountain communities but no large resort centers have been affected The three fires were on Donner lake ridge near Lake Tahoe at Forest Hill 65 miles southwest of Donner ridge and at North San PLEASE TURN TO FAGS 2 COL 2 Fires Porter picked as narrator for Big Red Ross Porter jr a Shawnee native now with IA'KY Radio-TV Oklahoma City has been selected to do the play-by-play description of the University of Oklahoma football playback series to be seen on channel 4 each Sunday this fall Porter won an audition conducted recently to choose the Sooner television narrator for 1960 Contract rights are held by Ches Chesley Philadelphia Pa sports producer who owns television rights in several football conferences around the country Chesley is also a member of the board of directors of the Liberty Bowl a post-season classic staged annually in Philadelphia The 21-year-old Porter the son of Mr and Mrs Ross Porter 100 East Federal is a graduate of Shawnee highschool and the University of Oklahoma He began his radio career in 1953 with KGFT Shawnee and handled sports broadcasts in Shawnee throughout his high school and college years Porter is also a member of the WKY radio news staff Bulletin DOYLESTOWN Pa (dr) — Oscar Hammerstein If famed Broadway lyricist and producer died of stomach cancer Tuesday lie was 65 Among his works In collaboration with composer Richard Rodgers was the libretto for "Oklahoma r I :4?: x 1411k -SUNDAY lbe I It rilk Allog Grand lurors - - ' ! indict Collins i! it 4 'N sc a— - n 1 L:'' ) : —"to 'f ' ' ' f o- ‘7 : ': ' 411:' : ' ': - ' ' 7' 141—7 1 -°4- 4 if ei 2 IP P t s tNi "4) ter r t :' st A county grand jury Monday brought a murder indict- - ' - "ar!!- : 1 : - i i — ment against John Bell Collins 19 Shawnee accused in the i : i- c' N't 4 A t il i P I r fatal beating August 13 of Ilarvel LeRoy Wells 53 city E ' t " N- Ist 4 1 4 - hotel bellhop '-'" - - to: - i ---- ' -- i i - The Collins youth admitted Saturday to officers that I (4i''" 1 1 ''''' ''''s 1-- "7i -I he clubbed Wells to death wiih a piece ef ree limb on the --- 1 4i)1 ''''"--" -— if -1 I bank of the North Canadian river here T Wells' body was found in the river last Tuesday after- ''- - I -1 noon three days after the killing ! 10t'' The Collins youth is being held ' c ' - ' t A 1 in county jail and will probably - ' l School board be arraigned this morning he- ' 4 '' ' e District Judge J Knox By- - ie for i---A rum t 1 o00' V i The indictment was returned I - - - AIP ' ri r o takes bus bids at the end of the opening day I 1 SI 1 igrir" '-' ' ' 1 of the grand jury session $ i ii L i t The grand jury called primari- 4 ' '-' -t:"-- 1 Bids on two new Shawnee 1Y to investigate the Wanette - - - -- I ichool buses were received Mon school district was qualified I - A-2 - - c A e 1 iay night by the board of educa- Monday morning with Judge t 1 - i - ion but action will be delayed Byrum presiding : I I T i i Hifi next Monday pending a de- h I About 35 witnesses were eard ' ' i ‘ 1 ailed study of the bids before the panel recessed at 6:301 l:r - — - t i — Ir v linil 011 Q n rn thrhi v i - -attomitibbamemigessmostmata-- - t: - -4 I ' 1 I I 41 1 4 i Ak I i i I 1 t- 1 - : UNViEmolimmil

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