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BLYTHEVILLE COURIER NEWS ^"^ TfiE BQMWANT NEWSPAPER OP NORTHEAST ARKANSAS AND SOUTHEAST MI6SO0RI BLYTHiCVH.LK, ARKANSAS, WEDNKSDAY, AUGUST 13, 1952 Cherry Defeats McMat FOURTEEN PAGE« SINGLE COPIES FIVE CENTS Voters in Missco Swing to Cherry; Sulcer, Cobb Win After giving fiov. Sid JlcMath a four-vote edge in the July 29 primary, .Mississippi County voters swung in behind Chance)!,,, Fl ,, ncis chm ,, ycsteit| an( , rdve Ve Jone* born jurist a plurality of some 1,100 votes to cut short his foe s 1 rum-aii-backetl bid for a rare third term. lrvi,i'r m° T"^ V° n !- csls overshadowed by the guberna- loi Ml battle^ Mississippi County voters-elected Kenneth S Sulcer of Joiner state representative over Malcolm Griffin of Dell by a better than two-to-one margin and re-elected W. e i £*b of BJylhcvUlc »s count,- surveyor. Mr. Cobb defeat- lo n^o S ' ° f Blytheville ' b >' m <"-e than three Complete but unofficial returns from the county's 60 boxes in the governor's race: CHERRY 5^82 MCMATH '.'.'.'.'.' 4.177 Complete unofficial returns in lha slate representative race showed- SITLCER 62 84 GRIFFIN • '.........'.' 2,642 Returns from all except, two boxes in the surveyor's race gave: COBB 6292 SHANKS "'.'.'.'. 2^542 Still uru-eported by noon iii :Jie surveyor's race were the Stillman and Osceola Township boxes. Returns from these boxes were complete for all other races, however. Although he Lost two-to-one in statewide results. Noble Bill ol Blytheville carried Mississippi Coun'-y nearly nine lo one in his race against Paul Chambers of Helena for Democratic National commit- 1 . . . Kcuncfh S. Sulcer late representative . . . y Big Margin 95,481 -Vote Lead Piled Up by Judge To Win Nomination •By CAIU, BUM, L1TTLK ROCK, Ark. (AP) _ Kranci.s A Chcrrv » county judare who was virtually unknown at the start of the cum and who promised voters noting but "I The 43-year-old Janeslioro chan- ccry Judge scored n-. sweeping victory of more than 05.000 votes over Oov. ski McMnth, w i, 0 |, [)rc t | le eiidorsciiient of President Tuinnn (Sec related .stories on Page 14.) Crops Are Left In 'Good Shap?', Rains AicTNorrliem Arkansas, Bur Rest Still Needs Moisture teeman. The complete unofficial returns: GILL ................... 8il31 CHAMBERS ........... M8 Mississippi County voters also gave Griffin Smith an almost two- to-one victory over Neill Reed for chief justice of the Supreme Court. A former mayor of Blytheville and prosecuting attorney for this district. AJr. Reed received same 400 mre B''h'-ll vales REED . .. ........... .. 3 ifjg In Ihe ali-orne-- general's race, Clib Barton polle,-i 2,257 more Mississippi County votes than his opponent T<,m Gentry. Smith and f^..^.. u IMIII vjciui.-.. cumin ailu Gentry won their races throughout the state. For attorney general: By The Associated Press Rain — showering across l.he northern part of the state tot'ay and yesterday apparently lett the BARTON""* °" 5 «n "°PS '""pretty good shape" in GENTRY ,*« that area ihe U. s. Weather Bureau -rh~ ,,„ „' •",""> ' in Little Rock said todav , ^he unofficial relurns showed a But Hie weatherman"hastily l "' a °' 9 ' 4 f votes ca ^ ln M'" 1 *•""•" y I smn) County—16 more than were | pointed out that the showers were t not of a general nature. S The outlook (or Thursday and I Friday may be heartening to the |j) moisture-less soil. The Weather Bureau says it will be partly cloudy this afternoon, tonight and Thursday with scattered mostly daytime tlumdershowers. Slightly warmer norili portion This afternoon and widely scattered afternoon thundershowers Friday. Miles McPcek, agricultural statistician, said -for the state as a whole, a good general rain is slill needed to break Ihe drought." Jasper. In northern Arkansas, recorded .'(.05 mches of precipitation .vrstiTcby with Bentonville receiving 2.17 Incite;. Eureka Sprint's and Newport recorded 1.40 and 1.55 respectively Other (owns in the northern belt rrr-iyeci showers of loss than an inch. Temperatures dropped out of the • lPa-d!"rrec brnckei yesterday t; r-m-h o-.i: the state except at Ark- r:'':I"Na rheif it was an even 100. H'"'-T!ori repnrprl the lowest with B.S • . cast in the 'July 29 primary. A lighter vote had been foreseen. In Blytheville. 2,530 voters went to the polls, about 50 fewer than voted two weeks ago. Osceola voters cast a total of 792 ballots compared to about 930 "July 29. Voters in this county also elected numerals Justices of the peace and '•'*'"" in the county's town- constables ships. Arch Lindsey was re-elected constable and Oscar Alexander was . . . Paul Chambers ,.„ rational comiuitteeman . . Marines Stop RedCounterblow Third Fierce Battle Staged at Bunker Hill <VsBy Light of Flares SFOlJI. Korea ..p. —u s. M^ r [iin s tonighl threw back a strong third I Chinese counterattack ng'ninst Bunker Hill on the Korean western trout. A Marine spokesman saM for an hour and 10 minutes -750 Red troops battled fiercely cut failed to penetrate positions of the Marines fighting from pte-fabricated bunkers. Flares dramatically lizhted the sky. Marine and Communist artillery, roared through the darkness Chnlcse sniper and artillery fire began building up a t dusk it reached its peak at 9 p. m Five minutes later the Red troons charged u p the slope. Marines met it with a hail of rifle and machine- i COXGHATUI..VTIONS ROVKKNOR - Jones- bora's Francis cherry, who whipped Gov. Sid McMath in Tuesday's Democratic primary (or Die gubernatorial nomination, stretches an arm across ' * * * * his children to shake hands with nn admirer at his headquarters in Little Rock late Tuesday night. Mrs. Cherry stands smiling beside the victorious nominee. <,\l' rholo) The Secondary Races f** JL _. Gentry, Chambers, Smith Win in Other State Contests -Tom Gentry of LITTLE ROCK (AP) yesterday by winning' Hie Ft. Smith With :i decisive inajoritv. T|, e Democratic primary ballot were settled by even Here's How Missco Voted- Gov. I Ally. ! Gen. jCrl |;CO. iSur Bly. I. City H. Bly. i, Seay ... Bly 2, Gill" .... , Bly. 2. Wtr. Co. Marines captured the ridge early I Blv 4 Moore'' yesterday morning. Last night the ! Blv.' Tonnshir, gun blasts. 100 Reds Charge Early this morniiig a Red baltni- men—lilt, ihe hill j 403 225 245 389 331 149 - 65 37 187 06 Cl 100 ICO! 102 67:1 .-ill 32.| 26 ; 7:! 5 : a I o 200 341 92 208 132 146 223, 2:t7 91 As he did throughout the stute. Judge Cherry took an early leaci in Mississippi County voting ami never tost it. In yesterday's run-off primary, voters cast their ballots for 31 ull- Sce MISSCO on fagc 2 NCPC Group to Meet . lon-about 750 - e losses were "very heavv." A Chinese Red broadcast from Helping said the U. S. 45th Division had been pulled out of the Choi-won sector in the central front "after losini over 8.00 men." There wis no immediate confirmation by U S. Eighth Armv hcadqtlnrlers.' "We're (Joiiie to Hold" The commander of the Marines in! Ihe bunker hill fi^ht. Mai GOT 1 George T. Sc'dcn. ; --id t'!e strategic ! rid-;e ovcrliokine fie Panmu"iH\n • truce liflks site "is M-irinc territory 1 lioiv — we oirtatnl'.- are Koino to' hr>"g nnto i; " ' ; .,..._, ; M.irinc foot soWrcrs. supported Ciinjiosll. Mo,. yeMtiday bcc.ime; by flime-throivinp t«tik« canlui-cd • the f-rst of tile Southeast. Missouri j tha slromclv fort^fitrri hcio-'ht and I nun Nortiwrist Arkansas cities to j nearby Slhcrla Hill e ai ly vester- <-.<•'. mtural tas .-(|. u . - r ,, e R » (is fn.m'rrattack at' Mnyoi Carl M,-F«ix,r.d turned the ] (tu.k y c : «-day b ,t were thrown .uhe (hit brou-lH natural W s ;., b.-k with heavv lo^r- .!:,• ,,r,t^ co::~uir;rr at C.ir.i:.te!l In j There i-ns no Indication the -.eienwmei Ivtre yest-rday which 1 Chinese In-.d sivcn up hopes ol rev-re Mended by city oflici-Ts. | taking the position. In mid-after- onarlss C/esch.'n of Biythci iile, i noon today a Marine spokesman rep: SiitiDiH of Arkansas-Mi-wonri Pow- | ported that Commmiiil artiilcrv Gas Service Begins At- Campbell, Mo. Brown Spur .. Shady Grove . Lost Cime .... Gosiiell Lcnchville . .. Leachville Twp Carmi | Box Elder I Byynton . ... 'Half Moon .. \ Annorei ] Tomato ; Dell iDcll Twu Ros-Innd . ... Huir-liih . ... Fortv ,'.- r Clear I.jke Hosiie f>m BurcJeitE 1 Luxnra Twp. . . Viclona O.sr. 1. C;tv Hall C^c. 2. l.hr. Co. i Osc. 3. Crl Ho. ! O.-crola Twp. .. 44 84 • 3-1, 9 hl • SGI:: 128) 32 16. i 20 45 76 1471 53',) 23 131 30 31 25 li 7i: 15 > H 130, 10 29 b9 21 4 11 .19 81 41 107 92 29" 300 101) n; 71i 12 IB 73 70 23 73 51 M .T7 32 :r Co.. and Jack Cindra. chief ,,,- i''.;-»r ol Ark--.M,Vs pas department! Ark-Mo officials am-.ouncsd here (his morning that another harge- ioiri of transmission pipe has been I" ins and mortar fire was fall Bunker Kill. The Navy said its carrier planes struck a heavy blow ye-;'crday t major Red supply and Twp ••• l"l jl - iia.i is i. i.*ji ' "H..1 iiL.^i. limjui rtf received and that -work on the main j troop concentrations south'of Wan- Lac from Campbell to Blytheville \ s«n, heavily battered East Coast . :no.-t!v i-!:tviline ti-.:!:idc-rshower,s; .-lightly warmer rn-th coition this afternoon. Mmii'.Him this mornix','—75. >'a:.:i:Uim vi'~lculr-\- 37. Siii.-r! tr:diiv--6:.)0. S^nrl^e ton;o:rovv—5:^0. Precipitation 24 hours to 7 a m —. | 1.25. T, tal iiirripl:.-,inm since Jan. ]—| Mi ill t<-lii|»-i-,,tllri- iiiiitlwav twecn livili and low—s;. Normal me.in t'mperatiircs August—TD 2, This Dale Lasl Year Minimum this morning—^9. Mixirmim yestrrday—r>3, E'lerini' iioii January I Uj date— 3d '27. ifiin .shortly. About two- She pipe needed is now on hanri a:ld the balance is due in the near future. port city. The Navy said 40 buildings. Including barracks, were flattened with heavy casualties lo Red I troops. '. Keiser Wils Whitlon Poc:on Point FWn;-n Rayo Bas^tt. .. Driver Car-;in Larce 14 K 181 228 44 21 43 26 09.; 61 ! 40 110 lo fil 70 ICarufliersville Voters Reject $25,000 Street Work Proposal 'Jcmer Tup . Jl.:uiey IWr.st R:<l;r .. j Bowman be- <-r-.vlllc voters yesterday rejected a proposed S25.000 bond (ssue for street improvcmcnls by a 460 to 502 vote In a special election here Tlie special election was called by the City Council, who on July H passed an ordinance presenting the 15 487 115' 2'il: 133 0 3.1 0 04 17 40S 222 33 45 27 23 92 32 84 32 72 30 24 2S 82 2 4 a 3.) IB 33 11!) 7 44 7 .! 91 JS 63 17 5282 im 15 7 50 136 18. 27 32 15 64 41 4 39 50 159 40 92 80 150 202 37 44 43 4!)i 312 133 21 159 623 76 45 41 77 B<> 13 63 35 15 122 10 56 51 as 69 39 10 41 133 54 23 11 43 K9 111 !«V 26 38 IB 3-1 to the vote,,,. P« ;(1B e or n, e w a s to hiw "been reMred ^ to,oj| .-1.11.ki lui-r rfo?l.«d cener- in^ nir-tpr r(" eints without »l obligation .bonds in the amount lot street taxes. er.ilcd stivel rrimlv pio;:i:ini Uesults of, the rlectiun surpri-t'd - — some observers here who had felt! OsceO/O Citv ll. an!^rnvef^ hv Mia / — •• \Wtll Meet Tonight A margin of 42 votes defeated The osccola City Council 19 SO 57 128 15 29 r,i 8 34 0 20 12 4"0 260 270 416 372 139 86 3P. 97 6C 412 149 34 81 47 31 45 11 F,3 133 23 122 36 72 56 -10 120 CO irr, 47 101 107 1S3 326 103 3r, 163 603 7 r i 46 73 88 123 49 103 70: 37 24 54 58 48 9 G 5, 6 28, 11 1" 6: 10 21 •Jil 53 11 10 iO 4 SJ 4 , 5: 6 6 3 4 3 18 3 28 0 10 23 24 50 5 12 5 I 20 28 6 3 25 3 4 44 21 3 f> 3 11 9 3 2 361 109 189 114 370 196: 2CO 203 224 e-l JC5 26 18 07 27 301 102, In 65 ;i.'i 54 8;> 28 II 56 133 7 50 38 21 52 •SO 8G 1SS 219 58 60 •72 501 299 133 2!) 163 628 76 41 62 78 !)3 32 76 42 26 123 21 55 51 67' 25 5 44. 124 54 26 24 23 in n2 93 17 13 31) 11 in 43 K 16 23 21 20 9S 14 5! 8 21 37 Cl 101 111 24 II ?, 0 6 53 31 3 19 8 r> 3/3 iao 232 3f.e 82 28" 115 JO! 43 7tl 23 20: 23 100 2 54 ; 11 145 248: 26 122 14 25 16 59 '.IK IK ill 43 124 12 114 'l:i 21 17 M IS 137 13 63 77 67 41 37 117 S.i 105 141 216 50 71 4M 312 !.i3 32 1117 f>:!8 61 76 93 31 73 35 33 23 70 60 13 35 El 65 3 7 23 ;<o 6 13 -T 16 n; 90 HI 9 29 48 73 1-1 12 3 31 0 9 •1 n contests on the final r majorities. Paul Chambers. Helena bu'iness- nin.n, defeated Noble Gill of Blytheville for Democratic national 'coiii- miltreman to succeed Dr n B Robins of Camdcn. who did not seek re-election. Griffin Smith of Little Rock was nominaled for n third eight-year term as chief jaslice of the Ar- kansns Supreme Court, over the opposition of Neill need of Hcber Springs. ' Unofficial r e turns ftom most of Ibc 3239 bo>:e.s s:g;S| in the state atSg 1 p. in. today ^Ci showed these re- Orirrjn Sn , m , | Attorney General. 2,138 boxes — ^ I Barton 143.9CO. Gently 179,304. ™! National commltteemrvn, 2.115 'J ! boxr-s — Chambers 199.M8; Gill 3 Ji 113.9-8. jj Chief Justice. 2.142 boxes — Reed '" 112.226. Smith 203.403. - Polli Gentry and Chambers led ;'" : four-mni! fields liv lar«e plurali- ' i ties iii the July 2!l preferential pri- Hl ; mnry, bul. ncillicr had p -'_'( joru.v thi'ii although •';> , narrowly mi.'sccl. Smith In w-crc tl\e or^ly contenders in the 20 | ju^lici .slu|i rare, and Iheir names 0: appeared ou Ihe ballot for the first 3 i time y( stcrday. 1! 3 ("icntrv lo Succeed Murrv 101 ' 161 110 1-17 128 22I> 210 24 :i ica 75 .18 49 39 12 in Ills bid for a third term. McMath himself did not emphasize the Tru unit] endorsement. In Arkansas, the Dmocrntio nomination ahviiys has been equi vnlcnt of election, alihoUBh Ccrry will Jmvc lo go Uu-ougli the formality of running against GOP Nominee Jeff Speck in the November general election. Unofficial returns from 2 105 of the stale's 2,289 voting precincts gnve Cherry 225,401; McMath 120,National Polillcs Knler National politics fiRiu-ed promt iifntly in the. savngc two-week 29 preferential, in which McMalh cnmjialgn which followed the July led a five-man field and Cherry — ihe man tlie experts didn't give n cliance of gaining a spot In the runoff — was second bv 9,000 votes. Cherry, who rode n new campaign technique, the Tlkalhon. to triumph, made repeated refercri- CCK to T r u m a n • s support of McMath and said the people of Arkansas resented it. U. S s. John L. McClcllnn. who frequently has been at odds with Truman, supported Cherry. He took a very active part in the campaign, working da .lite M'-v-tth KeputW.caif ever to „ thn Democratic .ticiUt'''' "Cherry's backroom ' r u n n i n i; mate." It was nol known what effect McMath's rcsoimdmi; defeat yesterday would Imve on his indicated ] plan lo run against McClcllail in [the 1954 Senate race. Virtnry Slalcmenl Issued Bui, like Cherry. McClcllnn issued a "victory statement" after the trend became obvious last JiiRht. Cherry also was supported in the runoff by tin: ,hvee candidates defeated in the prefercnliai primary, u. S. Rep. Boyd Tackett, Atty. Gen. Ike Murry and Litlle Hock Attfjinoy Jack Holt. AH of Ihe candidates were better known than Cherry when the race began. The prematurely grey chancellor credits the Talkathon — in winch he answered for as tons as 24 hours at a lime questions asked by the visible and radio audiences —• for his amazing success. Cherry says he will continue to use the Talkathon after he takes office to give the citizens an opportunity lo check up on how he's running Ihe .state;. "No i'rmnisc.s Maile' 1 Throughout his campiUEjn. Cherry insisted tlint lie would promise no stale jobs or other favors in Chambers exchange for voles and would not and Reed I accept any contribution larger than $WO because "I want to prove a | man can be elected governor of t Arkansas without selling his soul." j Cherry held the lead from the Sill McMath riolnlcrl fmt not inilumnv clear ma- Missco Second In '51TB Deaths 106 New Cases Reported in County During Last Year Ly, according to figures, ranged "sec- r , , ._.. lte Iast M-'.-t U.' the total mininer of new tuberculosis cases reported. According to figures released' Jointly yesterday by ihe County Health Unit and the .Mississippi County Tuberculosis Association a total of 106 new cases were report- 195!'" Mississl > ) " 1 County during This figure Is second only to I ulaski County which reported, a total of 285 cases. Little Rnck itself reported a total of 174 new cases the figures revealed. A fat.il of 2.082 new ca=es v.-er« rc'portec! in the entire state Of the 105 new ca-cs reported in -Mississippi County last year, 37 xere di-covcrcd during the appearance of Ihe mobile x-ray unit In the county in March. 1351. As of Dec. 31. a lolal of 463 Ml=- sissippi County residents were re- cehme treatment for tuberculosis The county hart I] deaths attributed to tuberculosis last year tha records slioiv. '21 It 33 49 41 na 37 101 01 173 2sr. ,,., As the .state's r:e.\t attorney gcn- --;erai — assmuini; the Republicans ™j don't pull off a political miracle In '- 1 the Novrmbrr grjieral election — 16 . Gentry will succeed Ike Murry. who Western Rodeo Is Staged Here Despite Weather 13 2J 122 4 50 65 Hint Ihc proposal, approved hy the I City Council, would pass A margin of 42 votes. „„.„..-„ the issue. The proposed bond issue \Arnall May Resign Soon .-ill - ~-.*j uuuiL^.1) Will meet tonight at 7 :3 0. Mayor Ben BOSTON iff, — Economic Stabi was eliminated as a candidate lor •>* governor in the lir.sl primarv. 38 i A former Little Rock city'altor- 10 ney in the Pulaski-Pcrry County ft : district two years aj;o. 29 ; Later he was recalled to active 37 i duty with the army-he is a licu- 46 i tenant colonel — nnrl was still In 3(i j uniform when he made an unex13: peeled entry Into the attorney gcn- 31 era]'.-; rare shortlv before the ticket S '. closed lar.t. April 30. R i I'nsl Is I'arly .toh 28) The national tominiltefman's! The Welch iirother.s Western 16 ; P'i.-'t Is strictly a party job. For | Rodeo Is showing here a, srhcojil.-d 6;'nat rca..on Chambers actually was i after all. Weather pcrmittin? thru Oi'-lrcted yesterday. His name" will i is. 1 not appear on the general election! After yesterday's rain and wcath- rallnt in November. Other succc.ss- ] er forecast which called for addi- fully candid.Tti.s lech:]ically at least I tional showers. Die tun ncrfnrn were only nominated and may face! anccs were called otf until next I.cpuhlican or iiulrpcndent opposi-! werk by Lester Welch one of tho lion at the e rncral election. ! owners of the show Hut lile vr Cliamb-r.s- Arkansas colleague on ' th(! national rnrumittce will be Mrs Jack Carnc.i of Camdrn. who was nnnijpr-vf ft f or [e-pleclion as coni- initte*'Wom:in. Emith. a onetime newspaperman win) tiirni'd to liw. tirst was nomi- ll:Hc-(l cllicf Jii^tirr. .-it-alnsl fonncr c:lii"[ ,iusti«< <;. n .lohMion. Smith entered thrit r;ut' ;itttr having been •state comptroller. He was nominated for a -second tcim without oppo- M( ' Trip to Polls Wins Blytheville Man $25 B.v soinir to the polls here ye«- Icrd.ny, Adrian Gentry of Dlythe- ville received S25— lei-ally. The t25 u.-ts a firrf'-nlacc award aivcn bv the .lunior Chamber of commerce In connection with a ';e( -oill -(lie-vote caniMiii-n. Volers rcsistcrcri on leaving the po!linr» places and s tlra-.vh-.B was held, in from of the Ja.ccce club last moment returns started coming "in i Winner of (he sis second m-ize Ja.sl night. At 10:38 p. in., ' be- ' J™ , Nrr ~ K ' irl B;ic':!»y and B K. lievcd to be Ihc earliest any can- j ""' K!ms K '°n the S5 third pri«. didale for state office in Arkansas ; n had ever concerted defeat. McMulh ' Both Bon'cs Here Issued - statement promising .„ support Cherry's administration. The Arkansas campaign diicc-tor! lor GOP presidential nomiueci Sec C11KKRV on I'azc 1 \ To Oose Tomorrow Both ilir first N'ntional B;r'b a"rt the Farmers Bank ami Tru-t Co here will be closed t"morrow be- c.lli.'f -<1 a rattena! hol-d-iy. loiivi-iow If t>." ct.-i\ d"?isn.'tod as V,o:lrt War II Memorial Day. Insit'e Todr-Y's Courier ^'c-^^ys !) 43 15 4 j 26 ; 12 ' 33 ; 47!' M • II ' . . . . Six-l-it ronkie pitrhrr rr C.inhn.ils . , . sp . . . Markets . . . . . Sr.cirtv . . AK( -SIC vtaml on hultistrv rills . . . l'a er s 'irrfornuiiu e nf kiiullcs hnpc* of =rts . . , P.ur ]!l. . !'.<•;<• '!. • I'Jte I. [I'm . cclito- b-'- ne= " I0<1 5 y - On)) ' " >UI " M1 rcdor E1!li Arna " brines, ,, exprc.ed to come b-fme ri^.i, Sept. 1 .n.ai the council. Mayor Buller «daed. I I'iCoidsiH Trimwn. lizcr Roger L. Putnian says OPS Dl- il-olMlily will the wi>)ics of . Latest tabulation of returns from the- state's district races showed: Circuit ji]rfc;e: Third district 142 of 143 boy 1 -: Anriiew Ponder 1091' See LI.KCI10N on Page > tcrday u was decided Miat would zii on as -st-iieduli d The rodro Rave it.s (list porform- ancc to a sm.ill crowd a; W.dtcr Park last nicht and this moimn<; Mr. Welch announced Ih.-it lonisht's scheduled ix-rfornwnce nlfo would l>f held. for 8 p,in. inside Walki-r f'aik's roc- ine o\ al. A paracie of rodeo prr-oiinel and stock was scheduled for the business LiTTLE L/Z- district this afternoon to advertise tonleht's iwrformance. t Thp rodeo Is shnwinc here 'indor i the BUsplrrs of Blythf.ille's police: and iircmcn. I Tlic- oveiage Anwricon birsir>esi nxan I'D o fellow \vho knocks himself out in middle life trying lo take ;ore of the whofe world, t* w

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