The Miami Herald from Miami, Florida on October 19, 1918 · 2
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PACK THE MIAMI HERALD SATURDAY OCTOBER 19 1918 BULLETIN NO 28 Miami Ha OrtoWr ID 191H To the People of l)ad? County t In order to help raise Miami's (ftiotn re puhSSely call upon the prominent hUKinenH honven oorporntloiin firms and individual lifted below to ub-werlbe tor 11000 or more of fourth ldltriy Loan liomls A star Isas been plneed opposite the mi me of cueii party nl has already subserlbtMl for or more of these bonds Prom day to day a star will be placed poTHe the it antes ol' the other parties iss soon as their subscriptions are received This list will be eonti:- tied In eneh of the daily papers until the end of the campaign This in si ! time to Ret your dolls r in non iee Armour Fertiliser Company H'm I) AHmrj Heavy Z Autlttte Armour t'ompanj M-t ?5lerJite Jr II Lee Anstey oaiui Afremow Diehard Ashby Frank ’I’ Sludge Jrulit tsroihent V !5rov it Sr John Urand linker ‘v Ifolmes II W Ilird b 1 ISrady Harriet Deers John 11 Hurdlne C I) Hotveii Win iiurdine Sons Company Alonu O IMIsn i-'rork T Ln:Je ( o The Hank of I5:y ISiseajne At Ai ltrovi n e'rntiaiin Kush 1 ( Haile i larenee AI Hnselt fl T Hurrowes Instate Dr II i Habeoek S lieleli er Dowers Southern DredRinR Co A3 rs Alary ilrirkelJ lACth liriekell I Alice liriekell ' Aland HriekeU Belle BrieheM (eorte M liriekell 1’rmest Cotton Air t:nd A3rs r L Church Consolidated Fish Company Chase and Company Cameron Ai Barclay i ompany L T i ooper Consolidated (irorery Company C O sites Co At F I ‘omer f il Chirk 1 Conrad I oe-Alort imn Co Dade County Title Insurance A Trust f ontfijun Diamond Furiuturc (umpapj 1 ti DuFuis 1 Iv Don Dade County Bond Trustees V Dill James Deerlnn Charles Peering Dade County Security' Company If T Daniels Dade ouidv Furniture Company taston Drake II H Douulas Company DroUe Cumber 'om jm n y Jbist Const Furniture Company I hist Coast Cattle Company tinnier Kihre’s Fbsiriuucy I'nst Const Cumber & Supply Co lAjtdhihle f-iie Assurance Society Air and 31 rs K P Fripp John Fri)fook Fidelity Mortnaae & Guarantee Co Joachim Fritr First Trust k: Savings B mt A J Fay First Ajtionnl Pnik Florida Fast Coast Kailw ay Company Fidelity Bank Sz Trust Company FL riiia Hast Coast Browers Ass a T T Flshburne G Vri oil — Carl Ci Fisher li C Gardner V H Chirreit John C Gram ting Grrily on Hotel James H Oilman (H Defioims Company JAiin C GaD'od (iv'ton A Moore GeoriiL Itsmier & apply Co V i Cable YV A £ f ill F O Harley Walter O Dali Hotel I rn4y Parker V Henderson Hfrxelt C'o Hill Bros Then O Houser Hrnsil to si-Mich else n Company FrtMlcTiek Habermtui D 11 lioufeton I f alseum-SLiekliii-Fi te liner Co Hotel Halcyon VV S Jennings Dr James AI Jackson J Krome S 11 Kress Company C D Kenny Co J V Ivloeber Airs M J Cindsay t D lefler Preston H Cee C 1C Cyne W heath 1 EC Cent J M Iummns Frances C Cewfs f harles Lejuoe K I Civermore Cindsay Camber Company Cew is- bitty C ‘ompany John I Coruu Miami Gas t ompany Miami Beef Compats? Miami Groeery Conijiany Airs Minnie 51 Afreh 'Si uni VVnier t onoan- Miami I J 'trie fc Power Co Miami Herald Aj CHj Cumber t ompany 4 Airs tina Alatherson 4ihim5 3letroolis Aliaml Ocean A lew Company Aibami Heath I?nyrovneit Co Model C:::i d ( ‘ompany AHa it I f5euk Trust Company 1C D Alet uin J D “1 ''Kenny Ralph AS Aluuroe F S ’'lor e K 1 Alnule “ I' Alert-if I- Afilb r Cornua nv C J AinrHn aj:-?u i - Fidj Storage C'o Miami I'kli I otmutny A' ?? Coca-Cola BoUlsnu' C‘o Aloore v- Herd J A Arlonjild Co J A AoD(nild a 4 Alerrb’h A Son MerehanH AlutJial Fire Ins Co Aiianii ia Cniindr T A 33 to re ATetropolitm Ufe Insuranre C t MftsTjii Tire I o New t"K Department More I "d iu N ' I s si National Biscuit Company W H Nichols I C OHer J 1‘ CMie John B Ovr J F OCnstead A It ORden Mv Or' Jr H 15 Porter AC Pilkan vk AUteliel! D Price Plnra Hotel C H Petr: )tikson Pesu'ork I T Plniiviner II II Peacock TaAenlor Poacock 1 hos T Pt C J tluinct Co Find Palm Hotel Pan Is si AAUUt F K iinn' Jr Airs fhinu llen Uiekmers Biehard II Iliee Kicuti Fisheries James liowe A It Stilus Ronifh holesaie Droeery Bed Cro' Drug Store ftonlty SeeurPierf Corpuraf Ion lfoberts Brothers Waiter C Hoorne W A Biddle F C liomfli ) It lieilly ! Hoe llrdh'j-Miiain lidwe C’o Standard Oil Co I F SehiHhi Co Soutli Ythintic Telephone & Tele Rrapli ompany San Carlos lintel James If Snowden 33is tBeaaor Mrons Prank 15 Shutts Sailors Bros NV I Smith SC John C onstruction Company C F S!ilf-er NV II Spitxer Southern Feed Company Southern Pnnk Trust C’o J u Hus Smith Sewell Djnnmlte Company John Sewell A: Bro Alev II Siblcj’ John Sejboid Air rind Airs llu&h Ik Smith D A Stearns Dr and Aim P T SKurrs Dr C F Sa lex ' Swift fc Co Z B Thasisnd 'low nicy Bros Tatum Bros Company M'horpe tk Jvair ht Ik C Thonicison The Tessin ( ompany (k C Thomas 5 1 llciwlorff !k I ileiulorff CompaMj J C ereen 11 A! a( curt AV alter W aldin J Ik Weathers Company John AV Watson KnlpU V orltiiuRton Ceorae biiencr 'Ik A AA infield lk A AAaddeU Wolf A: FwiiiR J I'k AV ilson I I AA iison F-ank If VV barton Wilson Si Toomer Fertilizer Co Aliss Vrucs AV alsli Snm T A ounjf Many names properly lielouina: to the nboie list hate possibly been omitted Further suRRestions will be gratefully received lours for the Fourth Liberty Bonn DVDH COI TY LI11EHTV 10 T COA1AIITTFK Ill'Y MORE noxns IMPRESSIVE SERVICE FOR THE LATE JUDGE JAMES T SANDERS Vlarkcd In' fvtremc sinuUkity tlie fuucial stnicM ovt-r the remains of l he lale T Sunders yesterday alternoon t'Vti extremely beautiful and impressive In accordance with the instructions of the board of health mi account of tlit- pre vailing epidemic there was no gathering of the people only a few of tlie thou-unds of friends of the deleaved ((uietiv proceeding to the city cemetery ad there witnessing the simple ceremonies by wMdi the body was consigned to the gi ave At the grate Itev 1 L White pastor of the ru-st Baptist church of which Judge Banders was a devoted menhir read a short selection from the seiiptura and offered an affecting prayer A choir consisting" of Mi i Frank A Keene Mrs ! K enable U 1 ZoTl and 11 JC Had rendered most beautifully two hvmns “!y Faith Looks Li To Thee" and "Thy Will Be Done” From the county guards a firing sipiad was detailed to give the last salute for a dead Soldier and taps were sounded on the bugle Fall beam's were selected from among the membership of Simon of rh rene commander of Knights Tempi u' as follows: F TJ Stoneman V fi McIntyre W fl Peeples F H Wharton A K Heyser and 1 if Key They appeared m tho uniform of Knights Templar yiaiy and beautiful floral offerings testified to the esteem of the community for tlie dm ased they bunking' up the grave on ail sides In tlie death of Jame? T Sanders this community lias lot t one who will he sadly missed Kur since there has been a Miami be lias been a lending figure in the city and before that he was well know-11 all up and down the last coast He was an attorney of great ability and had held numerous pubiic offices with credit to himself and the coinmunity Always he was first in all charitable work and was noted for his kindness to those in affliction He was a member and past master ot Hiacayne Bay lodge of Mao’js of the Royal Arch Chapter of the commandery- of Knights Templar He was a devout member of the Baptist church and in ail iiis walk of life was an upright and just man whose friends numbered by many hundreds will long' mourn his loss At a li t- r date memorial si nice will lie hi Id for Judge Sanders probably by a union service at the Baptist r huich of tlie county guards Knights Templar mil tlie church itself BfV MOHR KOMIS CARD OF THANKS Wo tender our heartfelt thanks to the friends who have made us feel their love and sympathy in the dark hours of our bereavement The beautiful flowers and words of sympathy and the many deeds cf kindness will be treasured by us always J C TURNER MR AND MRS A E aav LIGHTBOKN AND FAMILY TU V MOHR Itovns ®- COMMUNICATION Good For Melbourne Melbourne 5 la Oct 17 'Editor Miami Herald: We note that your city is having a hard strujrsjle to meet its quota of the fourth Liberty Loan For your encouragement and as an inceptive to more vigorous effort wish to advise you that Melbourne’s quota is $2115h We have taken subscriptions azsrrepratintf more than $2b00Q of which amount $22000 has been paid in cash by the subscribers What Melbourne has done surely can lie done by Miami We do not vant to see an east coast town fall down Got busy Yours truly H L EWING President Melbourne State Bank Jll V IUOBF I50M)S DEMONSTRATION IN BERLIN IS REPORTED (By The A iw elated Tres) Amstcc lain Oct 18 — A demonstra-Fon by the Gtrman independent so-ccli-ts in Unter-den-Linden Berlin today is reported hy the Cologne Bl'Y MORE BONDS DEATHS AND FUNERALS iis3 Beatrice Horne Miss Beatrice Horne of 230 Ninth street died yesterday afternoon at the city hospital of pneumonia which followed an attack of influenza Miss Horne uras 31 years of age and wras a trained nurse She is the second nurse to contract the disease and lose her life in caring for the suffering of others since the influehza epidemic started She had been a resident of this city for the past three years coming here from Americus Ga She is survived by her mother Mrs G W Horne and two sisters Mrs J P Girtman and Mrs John I Moore all of this city and another sister Mrs W T Lanier of Homestead The funeral will be held today at 4 p m Rev J M Gross of the Trinity M E church V'ill officiate Interment will be made in the city cemetery Randal Johnson The remains of Randal Johnson who died at Camp Johnston at Jacksonville early this week of pneumonia were received yesterday noon by the W H Combs Co Mr Johnson was formerly a member of Company M of this city No funeral arrangements have been made as members of his family who were to accompany the remains to Miami were taken sick in Jacksonville Russell E Brown Russell E Brown aqed 27 of 221 Dann street died at noon yesterday of pneumonia at his home Mr Brown was a truck driver in the employ of the Texas Company of this city He leaves a wife and three children The remains are being prepared by the W II Combs Co for shipment to Hartwell Ga where interment will take place W L Moore W L Moore a sailor aped 25 who has been stationed at Dinner Key died yesterday afternoon at the Hopkins school at Cocoanut Grove of pneumonia The body is beinq held at the parlors of W H Combs Co awaiting- instructions as to shipment or interrfterit Dewey Oliver Pollard The remains of Dewey Oliver Pollard of Lemon City who died at Portsmouth Va of pneumonia which developed from an attack of influenza arrived at noon yesterday and were taken to the parlors of the W H Combs Co The funeral services will be conducted this afternoon at 3 o'clock Interment will be made In the city cemetery Ensign Murphy Ensign Murphy stationed at the naval air station at Dinner Kev died yesterday morning at the Hopkins school at Cocoanut Grove following an illness of several days of pneu- monia Ensign Murphy has been ‘ here for some time and was quite popular among the men at the camp The Combs Co are holding the remains for instructions Mrs Alina Seeley Mrs Alma Seeley wife of J E Seeley of Kirkland heights died at the city hospital Thursday night of j neumonia Mrs Seeley is a sister-in-law of Mrs Mittie Ganey who died yesterday at noon of the same disease Interment will be in Woodlawn cemetery this morning at 10 o’clock Mrs Ocheecy Seeley Mrs Ocheecy Seeley aged 72 of Kirkland heights died at the city hospital yesterday noon of pneumonia which followed an attack of influenza The death of Mrs Seeley makes the third member of the same family to succumb to pneumonia in the past feur days Her daughter Mrs Mittie Ganey died Tuesday and her daughter-in-law Mrs Alma Seeley died Thursday night No funeral arrangements have been made Vernon E Lewis Vernon E Lewis formerly manager of the Oxford hotel on Avenue D died Thursday night at the Oxford hotel of pneumonia 'Mr Lewis was on a visit with relatives in Kansas when he received a call from the local draft board and was taken sick on the way back to Miami No funeral arrangements have been made as his v-ife who has been in New York started for home on receipt of the news of his death George Andrews The funeral of George Andrews who died at his home 1821 Avenue II Wednesday of pneumonia will be held this afternoon at 4 o’clock from the parlors of II M King The pall bearers will be taken from members of the K of P’s with which he w-as affiliated Interment will be made in the city cemetery J Harry Williams J Hurry Williams of 1125 Twelfth street died last night at his home of pneumonia which developed from an ritick of influenza Mr Williams was a conductor in the employ of the Florida East Coast railway for a number of years and was one of the best known railway employes on the east coast Funeral arrangements will be announced later Max A Kamnitzer Max A Kamnitzer aged 35 died at his home on Citrus road of pneumonia Inst night following an illness of about two weeks’ duration His wife who has been on a visit to New York arrived in the city on Tuesday The luneral will be held Monday afternoon Interment will be made in Woodlawn Park cemetery Ernest Ross Ernest Ross who was employed as a bookkeeper at the P Ullendorff Co' on Avenue D died last night at the Oxford hotel of pneumonia Mr Ross had only been sick a few days He was a S2d degree Mason and it is expected the Masonic lodge will take part in the services He leaves a wife The funeral arrangements will be announced later Arlington Burns Arlington Eurrs colored aged 22 of Twentieth street ard Avenue L died yesterdav morning at the emergency hospital at rhe corner of Avenue H and First street of pneumonia The funeral eras held yesterday after- WE'VE noon at 3 o’clock Interment was made in the city cemetery Laura Jones Laura Jones colored aged 4(1 died Thursday night at her home at Third street north and Columbia avenue of pneumonia She is survived by a daughter and son both of whom are confined to the house w-ith influenza The funeral services will be held at noon today at the parlors of Carter & Pharr Interment will be made in the city cemetery Japhus Rolle Japhus Rolle colored aged 36 died at his home in Homestead yesterday morning of pneumonia The remains were removed to the parlors of Carter & Pharr who will conduct services this morning at 10 o’clock Interment will be made in the city cemetery lip Y JIOHE ISOMJS STORES CLOSE EARLY TONIGHT BECAUSE OF INFLUENZA EPIDEMIC In order that the usual Saturday night crowds on the streets may be avoided the local board of health through Dr J W Shisler city health officer yesterday issued instructions that all mercantile establishments of the city with the exception of drug stores close at 6 p m today Grocery stores and meat markets may be open until 7 p m Soda fountains and soft drink stands will be closed at 6 p m today and will remain closed all day tomorrow under the order Drug stores operating soda fountains must close their fountains tonight and tomorrow The order of the health office is considerably modified from the' order issued for last Saturday and Sunday Restaurants need not close early tonight as' it was found that by closing these places early greater crowds gathered in them just before the closing hours The restaurants are asked however to avoid the crowding of patrons both at lunch counters and at tables Although no drinks may be served at soda fountains or cold drink stands tomorrow ice cream may be sold in packages and bottled soft drinks may be sold provided these drinks are not consumed at the soda fountain or soft drink stands Schools May Reopen Although no definite date has been decided upon for the reopening of schools and theaters because the influenza epidemic has not yet subsided here it was reported yesterday that schools and theaters would remain closed during all of next week and would not be reopened before Monday October 28 at the earliest It was stated however- that they would not be reopened until the epidemic had passed BL Y 310 H K — BONUS FORMER MIAMIAN IS WOUNDED AND GASSED Corporal Emil Fasolino of Poit-chester severely wounded was gassed on August 14 and for six days was totally blind Ir-a letter to ihis parents he said he was recovering and had that day eaten his first “square meal” since being in the hcsp tal lie is with the machine gun company of the S05th infantry Corporal Fasolino is wcll-knowr in Miami having for several years been employed as first assistant chief electrician at the Deer'ng estate ElY MOKE BONDS I Get Your G MBH f£ILSS Tires Fix ¥©ciay GOT EVERYTHING YOU UNLESS MORE WOMEN AID MANY PNEUMONIA PATIENTS WILL DIE That many pneumonia patients in Miami may die unless more women volunteer their services as nurses was the statement made yesterday at the central nursing headquarters at the Red Cross building More calls for nurses were received yesterday than any previous day of the epidemic and not one white woman volunteered as a nurse during the day Several colored women volunteered and were immediately assigned to patients while about twenty-five calls for nurses were received for which none were available to send It has been requested that teachers of the public schools who have had some nursing experience volunteer at once and other women who are willin to offer their services are urged to I chief medical officer of the naval air do so at once It is not a question of station who declared that the r port volunteering services free of charge was“abolutely without foundation” for compensation is being made to' nurses by the patients or by the Red Cross “It is a question of life or death instead” said Mrs Mary E M Carter chairman of the Red Cross nursing committee Many teachers have not volunteered because it was suggested that they do not offer their services in order that they might not be threatened with the disease in case the schools should be opened in the near future “I see no reason why the teachers should not offer their services in this emergency” said Dr A Leig-ht Monroe of the Dade county board of public instruction yesterday “It will probably be some time before the schools can be reopened and if the teachers can 'be of any assistance in the present epidemic it is certain that the school board will be willing to have them offer the’r services” New Soup Kitchen Opened A new soup kitchen was opened at the temporary hospital in colored town yesterday and is furnishing nourishing food for the influenza sufferers among the colored residents The demand for nourishing food for patients is increasing the ladies ini charge of the soup kitchen at THnRv - more soup was distributed yesierday than any previous day of the epidemic County Situation Bad It was reported that the need for nurses was not confined to the cityi of Miami but in the rural communi- ties as well It was reported that the greatest need for nurses is in the 1 c li outlying districts where there are ro visiting nurses available Several cases of whole families stricken with influenza were reported from Cocoanut Grove yesterday Four In One Family Die The Seeley family 'on Douglas road which was visited bv the Fled Cross Thursday has lost four of its eight members from pneumonia Two of the family died Wednesday ard two others died at the city hospital yetev- day The condition of the etb r’four movement toward democratic ard so-members is reported as critical C'!al progress 'Lne Haptburg dyresty weighed Jown by a huge inheritance of error and crime is a perpetual menace to the peace of the world nr 1 we deem it our dutv toward humamtv anil civilization to aid in bringing about its downfall am! deMruction “We reject the serilig'ous assertion tint the power of the Hap-m’ r and Hohenzollcrn dvnartVs is of divine origin vc rei'-i-e to itcognice the divine lights of kings Our na-t:on elected the Uapshurgs to the th’une of Bohemia of its ora I 3 will and by the crrce l'ght dopoj 'hem We hereby ci -dare lne Hapj-burg dyrrstv urworthv of lean rg rsr naton and deny all of their clangs to rule in the Cze ho-S'ovak ’and whLh reported yesterday Ten of the deaths were of white persons and three colored patients died Ten deaths occurred in this city two at the Miami naval air station and one at Homestead the latter being the first death to be reported from the southern part of the county The death to I of the influenza epidemic ir Dade countv has now-reached fifty-one and in addition tot we here and now declare shall herce- anci these deaths a number of Dade coun- j ty people have died in other cities j Those who died yesterday were: J Harry Williams 1125 Twelfth street Max A Kamnitzer Citrus j road Ernest Ross Oxford hotel En-1 sign Murphy naval air station Mrs! Alma Seeley Kirkland heights! Vernon E Levis Oxford hotel Mr Ocheecy Seeley Kirkland heights Rusreil E Brown 224 Dann street W L Moore naval air station Beatrice Horne 230 Ninth street Arlington Bums colored Twelfth street and j Avenue I Lain a Jones colored Third street north and Columbia avenue Japhus Itolle colored Homestead l’neumcnia Lie Nailed A published report that “there were eighteen new cases of pneumonia developed at the Miami naval air station” yesterday has been denied by Lieutenant Commander Stoops There have been but fourteen cases of lobar pneumonia at the ra a! air station since the epidemic began” said Dr Stoops yesterday “There have been a number of cases of broncho-pneumonia which vcre not serious’’ lie reported that there was but one new case of influenza at the naval air station yesterday and but four new cases developed there Thursday The situation at the marine corps flying field is vers- favorable he said there being only about twenty cases there with no deaths so far There have been seven deaths to dale at the Miami naval air station of pneumonia following influenza HEY MORK 1IOMJS CZECHOSLOVAKS BREAK WITH THE IIAPSBURGS of Slovakia once part of our national stale later torn from our national body and fift5T years ago incorporated in the Hungarian suite of the Mag- j v‘olcni 3 and ruthless oppression of their s--u- ject races have lost all moral and hu- T- of e Isolators cfLcLgum Prance ?pd Scrb“V £he wouldie mm-nerers 0i r‘-Jss:a and Rumania dm murcerei M man right to ru selves “We cannot and an body but them-vvil not continue ! to live under the direct or in hrvot rule tens of thousands of civilians ard soldiers of our blood and the accomplices in numberless unspeakable crimes committed in this war against humanity by the two degenerate ard irresponsible dynasties We will rot 1 e a part of a state which has ro justification for existence and which refusing- to accept the fundamental principles of modern vvoild organize tier remains only an artificial ard immoral political structure hindering eery i ' MEED forth be a free and independent peon’ and nation S 'ft "We accept and shall adhere to tl ideals of modern democracy as the have been the ideals of our nation L centuries We accept the America principles as laid down by Preside Wilson the principles of liberate mankind — of the actual equality nations — and of governments dcnvii all their just power from the conse-of the goverreJ "We shall outline only the nu principles of the const’tatio t of li Czec-ho-Slovak nation the decision to the constitution itself fabs to F legally chosen representatives of tl liberated and united people "The (Yecho-Siovak Mate shall a republic In constant endeavor L pregre s it will guarantee ocmpk freedom of conscience rtli"icn at science literature and art speech tl press and the light of assembly pi petition The church shall he &epnrnt Lorn the state Our demner icy si le-t on universal suffrece vin ' shall he placed on an equal foot'j with men politically socially and cu iuvallv The rights of the miroril shall he safeguarded by proportion representation national rninoritb shall enjoy equal rights The goveri ment chall be parliamentary m for and shall recognize the principles i initiative and referendum The Man itig army will be replaced bv ndlit: "The Czecho-Slovak nation w tarry out far-reaching social ai economic reforms the large estab will be redeemed for home cohmiz tion patents of nobility will he aholr? ed Our nation will assume its pa of the Austro-Hungarian p:e-v: public debt — the ilehts for this wav v leave 1o those who im-arred them “In its foreign policy the r'ceh Slovak nation w-i!l accept its fu share of responsibility in the l-eo garization of eastern Europe It a cepts fully the democratic and ’-o principle of nationality and r ibwribt to the doctrine that all cover aid ar treat'es shall he entered into open and frankly without secret diplotnuc "Our consti'ution shall p’ o’ id efficient rational and ju?t goven ment which will exclude all spee: privileges and prohibit cia-s legisi tion” ' Bl'Y 11DRK BOND'S a — — - DR HOLLY URGES ALL MIAMI NEGROES TO BUY LIBERTY BOND Dr A P Doily chairman of tli colored Liberty loan eommitee h issued an appeal to the colored cit zens of Miami and of Dade count in which he say Today marks the final one for th close of the great fourth Liberty loa li--ive The six billion dollars whm the government of these Unite States has called for is so stipendo' that the bun’ an mind cannot possibl grav it It has no precedent ar i it will stand unparalleled in the ar mils of the world The allied nalior ere in urgent need of this seeming' fabulous amount of money so as insure the ultimate victory cf libr-rt and democracy beyond the periuiv' lure of a doubt Your committee begs to urge evt ( ne of ’he twelve r -ember' w m -i w desk mled to act in fhi 5 pre-rz wi j pnigi to be sure a j afternoon at four j er T W O'l FojrGi si i IM E (hu i f ral repor I r r - i 3 ‘jo- f'1 to bo

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