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FRIDAY, JULY 15, 1960 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE White Sox Host Baltimore Tonight in Crucial Series CHICAGO (AP) — The Chicni?o'tpra1 on two key mm, Nellie Fox White Sox enter the second half i with a meager .385 and Jftn Lan- of the American League race con- dis with .219- Making up for his vim*>d they will be In the thick defirtpncy, however, have been Al of the prmiHnt battle until the last, j Smith with .321 and Minnie. Minoao The defending champions open a four-game home series with Baltimore tonight, hoptng they can continue — or increase — the momentum that made them t h e hottest team in the league prior to the all-star game respite. with .31?. Lnndis Is expected to pull out of his slump and make a good! contribution at the plate in thpj final three months. Fox, who has, missed only one game hi the lastj 1,024, may be leveling off. Smith The .Sox have won 12 /of thefrl flml Winoso are expected to keepj last 17 starts, beating Cleveland In 5 of 6 successive meetings. They are 3 games behind leading New York, and % behind the Indians -j holding third place, one game ahead of the Orioles. Four of the Sox pitchers con-j up their pace. Last season the Sox won 35 one- 1 run games and lost IS. In the first j half of the present campaign they j have won 11 and lost 10 but are significantly ahead in two-run de-j cisions with 17 to 8. sidered as regular starters mayj At home they stand 25-13 and hold the key to the season's sec- ion the road 19-22. The schedule! ond-half bid to repeat for the 'favors them in the stretch with 18 1 crown. So far this foursome has j home games in September and^ only broken even, 23-23, with Bob I October and only 9 away. j Shaw 7-8, Early Wynn 4-7, Billy: The Sox know they have their 3s» River Ripples ^ and Outdoors with Harold Brand The Illinois Conservation Department is publishing the 1960 hunting regulations in the Telegraph tonight in thp sport section for pheasant, quail, rabbit, raccoon, opossum, skunk, weasel (hunting only); and trapping of mink, muskrat, rarcoon. opossum, skunk and weasel. Also regulations for red or gray fox and beaver are included. Clip out the regulations for future reference. ;ton Lake area has the second largest concentration of boats hi j Illinois. The leading concentration is in the Chain of Lakes area about 70 miles north of Chicago. There are about seven lakes connected together by ca- the over all ength s as thp Medora Church Rites Announced MEDORA — The Rev. Donald C. Harmon of JCast Alton will be at the Methodist Church at 11 a.m. Sunday school at 10 a.m. The Rev. Bill Loafman wifl be at the Baptist Church agalfl Sunday at 10:45 a.m. and 8 p.m. Sunday school will be at 9:45 a.m. Sunday school at the Summer- Presbyterian Church, 9 a.m. There will be no preaching services at the Kemper Baptist Church STA TE OFFICIAL VISIT AREA Pierce 7-4 and Frank Baumann 5-4. work cut out for them in trying to overtake the Yankees. Although! *° up of ., A ™" ••• major harbors on rine inspection officer for the United made Wednesday by States Coast Guard; and Robert V. about 40 miles. By comparison, Chicago lists only 1,500 cruisers berthed on Its lake front compared to 2,800 cruisers and other craft berthed in Alton Lake harbors. No Wake Areas As a rsult of the visit by the Boating Officials Vlsll Alton boatins; officials, congested boat"The days of grace are over {n * m** ™ch «. flaw Creek ,for violators of the Illinois Boat publlc laui Registration and Safety Act." area wl " said Fred Parker, supervisor,; Boat Registration and Safety, j T* iv wv^j »e»r»r: UIE .*. aiin^^.Oi muiwu^i* , ^_. ^ »_ * _ — . . ~ L v V — —~ •» — -™— — v —_• w mwnri '• v w • Taking up the slack has been they trail New York by 3 games,- Fred Parker, left, supervisor Boat Reg- Hadley, executive secretary to the Na- thc bull-pen corps, compiling a!»hey are 5 games down to them "tration and Safety, for the a " d f« b ' n No Wake as well as at the Pere 197 mark behind Gerry staley 9-iin the important ios« column andi Conservation Department; his assistant, tonight's River Ripples column.—Staff j ots 3, Turk Lown 1-1. RussKemmerer have 2 fewer games to play than Kenneth E. GfUenwald; Lt. Cmdr. <f. W. Photo. 5-2 and Dick Donovan 4-1. the league leaders. ,| _f/ n _ ne i!> a j l » assistent chief merchant ma- The awakening of Roy Slevers The Sox will send Pierce against | — at the plate 1 is the brightest as-'the Orioles' Milt Pappas (7-6) in Bain Stalls Trotter* ¥ T C C 1 T\ * aO pect of a batting problem cen- the series opener. j YONKERS, N.Y. ^P-Yonkers' I J. ^. ^PPKfi I IflVlS 1 JIM The last^place Cubs wH. invade; Raceway Rpem mflny momhs ^» *->• O^M **CI V1D VlUJJ St. Louis Friday night. Glen Hob- Depart-' also a livelihood that there may .,„„_, Htirin7T Jisit to the Al- be '^Proved boat launching fa- is tional Safe Boating Assn, See story in "„ Lke area Wednesdav -pi - cilities for the P ublic ln «» Alton , ^,^,_ „,.._. .£ .*,_„ .ton Lake^areaW^esda^ Pi.j ^ ^ ^ those whose craft fails to meet Illinois safety equipment requirements will be arrested." Illinois boaters who are stopped for inspection by conservation agents and claim they have Ernest Hardin, and Ms family are on vacation at Green Lake, Wls. Sunday school will be at 10 a.m. and BYF at 7:15 p.m. A student from the Lincoln 81 ble Institute will preach at the Christian Church at 10 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. Sunday school at 9:30 a.m. and Youth meeting at 6:30 p.m. The Rev. Kistner of Jerseyville will be at the Bethel Baptist Church at 10:30 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. Sunday school at 9:30 a.m. and Junior BYF at 7 p.m. At St. John's Catholic Church the Rev. John Sheahan will conduct mass at 10 a.m. Robert* 9 Plea For Clemency Under Study SPRINGFIELD ftt. (Special) -The IHJntHs State B«rt of Pardons today had water advisement a etenwnejr apptleatttm by Raymond Dale Robert* convicted to the Madtaon County Circuit Court on a charge of murder and now serving a 50- year sentence at Menard State Prison. Three women appeared to-behalf of Roberts' application, his mother and two sisters. They testified Roberts pleaded guilty with the understanding the state's attorney would recommend a lesser sentence than the 50-year one he was given. The three women were his mother. Mrs. Nora B. Roberts, 2200 State St., Granite City and the sisters, Edna Daigger, 1527 22nd St., and Opal Floyd, 222? State St., both of Granite City. They said that Roberts did not know the man with whom he had a fight in a Granite City tavern and who later died. They said the Madison County state's attorney's office told them if Rob- Make Tour at Alton i erts would P lead ^ li ^° uld MEDORA - The Kempermak- j a * ree to ^commend a lesser i applied for a boat registration i ers 4-H Gub went on a tour to sen ence ' will be given two weeks; Alton Wednesday. During the Bail Bluegill Grapple Catfish BLUE RIDGE LAKE FISHING and PICNIC *M Mile* W*»t and «H Mile* North of Kotterburg. iitrin fjt \Jt» utriicwwiu* eutaiai-| _ ,,....«• supervisor of Boat Registra- i £»« *? P™, \, A _ ^..^ hie, who has beaten 'the Cards i Paring for the opening of the QUEBEC (AP) - The United !three times this season without a ^ * a j™*^*™™^?™^L .States Davis Cup team starts the road back today with Ber- Bartzen and Barry MacKay lionand Safety. Others in the par-; be made and if the boatowner on Bob Bedard in the opening,tT'ta'dudted match on the c)ay courts Q{ the, e x ecutive secretary to' the Na Civil Employes Tennis Club. Thei tiona , Safe BoaHng Assn., and| lhat il shouldn ' t require more|chaperoned the group Hadlev i wasn ' telling the truth, he is j noon the Colonial Bakery, the Ma-1 su bject to arrest. Parker said' leaders and two of the m morning they visited the Singer Sewing Center and in the after- The mothers second ° f The sends MacKay. 24, u . Cmdr . j. w . Ohio, against Don Fon-| ant chief mer chant marine THE LAKE IS RE-STOCKED REGULARLY OAK LANE FISHING RESORT MR. and MRS. BEN HOLTWISCH, Owner*. Telephone fttontfor 2-8.165 Housekeeping and tourist cabins, picnic grounds with tables, fireplaces and playground equipment for children. Large new pavilion ana re- freshmentf. Showers on the premises. CABINS $yf Per den/. RENTED *fr including fishing. Fishing and Picnicking $ if 00 Per (without cabin) J. family. SPECIAL KATKS BY TUB WEEK iloss, is expected to start for the ! Cubs. He will face righthander ; Ernie Broglio (9-4) or lefthaiKler i '"*2_"_""™^; ; carrying the American hopes in one-time bonus boy Moe Drabow-* e opening singles matches tana> lay^ optionedj gky to Houston of the American'matches against Canada in the "We got the break in the draw,"!Coast Guard, and this writer ^•••••••^ | Assn. He will be replaced on the;' inrt round of the American Zonejf^d u - S. Team Capt. David'who took them for a complete roster by Jim Brewer, a lefty who competition. Roberts did plead guilty, they said but no recommendation of a , assist-| than **» week>s or less time to get a boat regis- spection officer for the U. S. tratl °" numberf Equipment Requirements BAIT MINNOWS WORMS Picnic grounds and large HavfHon rental for picnics and private parties, clubs, meetings or family reunions. Located 2% mlJes northwest of Brighton—Watch for signs in Brighton on Rt. Ill, they will direct you to the grounds. Freed. "I think we'll win the first'tour by boat of all major har- jhad an 8-4 record at Houston.! Bartzen, 32, Dallas, Tex., veter- jDrabowsky has pitched only 21 an of the team which will try to innings this season and has a 9.70| gain back the coveted trophy lost two matches." Freed, who succeeded Perry Jones as captain of the U. S. earned run average. i to Australia last September, takes ;bors in the Alton Lake area. During a meeting with seven conservation department agents There were 25 arrests in May | and 50 in June throughout the state for violations of the Boating Act. In review here are the requirements for the Illinois . . . team, said he figured the two! headed by Carl Keehner of IT, mum THE OZARKS RANCH RiSORT STRICTLY MODIRN COTTA*lt DILICIOUS MIALS •LTIA-MODIRN MNIN* ROOM RAOMIHTOM-TINNII—TY SHUm.lROARD—OANCIN* PISHIN«—NORSIS—fONIIS _. HAYRIOCS>-PUY«ROUMO ^ TNI 10(41. MMItr V4C4TION VOT1 ONLY 85 MILES Phone Steejvllle Mo.. SU «-3112 root N. Cr, LOHIS «> _ fi***» A t T,, tL f , an , countries might have split the I seyville, conservation inspector, AI £° ats ° fan opening singles if the draw hadlof law enforcement. Pwter ™ ^^ h " ve gone the other way. ! pointed out that the Illinois law i f hal1 , have "Bedard would have had a good' means what it says. Missourians ^ dev 'Sf J ° rn n chance to beat MacKay but not j and those from other states j <£oard L Fore and a Bartzen," he said. "Barren's williwho use unnumbered boats in power and steadiness are hard to t Illinois waters or on the Illinois simi- nmntag ! beat." side of the Mississippi naviga: tion channel likewise will arrested. I Second Largest Boatng Area required are a horn or whistle, mufflers on all motors, a fire 1 lighter sentence was forthcoming from the state's attorney. The women told the board the 50 year sentence imposed was i excessive for what they said was an unpremeditated crime and that Roberts has a good record at Menard. They urged corrt- mutation or a reduction of the sentence to make him eligible for an early parole. Kane OES Meets at Masonic Hall KANE — The Elizabeth Chapter of Order of Eastern Star MORO - Members of the lo-i met in the Masonic Hall Tues- Going on the tour were: Mrs. Paul McAfee and Judy. Mrs. Dale Hilyard and Marie, Darlene Klimut, Mary Jo Cunningham, Dianna Hubbard, Mary Cameron, Janice and Celetta Burton, Donna Slightom, Mary Hunn, Dianne Fehrig, Mrs. James Caveny, Mrs. Lerpy Gaffney, Sherry, Dennis and Randy. Mqro4-HGirk Awarded Prizes Yesterday's Stars By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS _ Hitting -Ed Mathews, Braves..numbered boats from^ other; nu ^£ r "^ be affixed"to drove in three runs Thursday and jstates," Parker said. "But the| sides Qf tf]e bow Qf ^i^xting^sheT. a" flanTe^es^o^ Merry Maids 4-H Club came da * evenin g for "**" ^t- "However, we will recognize! , ithe carbureator and ample ven-| nome ^^ blue ribbons from j tilation for enclosed decks I the *-** Achievement Day Tues- M ost important, the registration Q ]e ow o ^ in scored twice with home run, tri P le,boats must meet our Illinois sale- b , and double in 44) victory over the ty equipment requirements. Mis-, . . ,° , . Pirates. 'sourians with unnumbered boats ! th ™ e . uic . hes> h f h ' „ t ,. , " » important that ski tow Jfve two competent persons aboai-d. There are numerous ... .. „,„ _ raf+ i other laws governing the opera** Cra£t tion of boaU but persons using good common sense and showing courtesy to others would seldom become a violator. Pitchihz Lew Burden* m ^ re g ister *em with Illinois! Brav^his \1 3 Srf ™7?±;' for a » fee for three years buti tsraves, ms i-t-6 reuei cut down, • ' __ . fnr ninth innintr .-jiK, that docsn t exempt them from I lor ninth-inning rally . * and saved 44) victory for Bob Buhl, who gave up five singles, The 1960 Raven National sailboat races will be held at Marblehead. Mass. PUBLIC NOTICE ARTICLE IV — R E G U L A- TIONS PERTAINING TO THE HARVESTING OF CERTAIN SPECIES OF WILDLIFE BY HUNTING ISSUED IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE PROVISIONS OF SECTION 2.01 OF THE GAME CODE OF ILLINOIS. PHEASANT It is unlawful for any person to take pheasants, except cock pheasants may be taken with shotgun and dog, or shotgun or dog, or bow and arrow from pressed with the number of harbors and boats in this area. Parker pointed out that the Al- to take more than 5 rabbits in any one day. No person shall have more than 5 rabbits (or any parts thereof) in his possession on the opening day of the season, or more than 10 rabbits (or any parts thereof) at any time thereafter. RACCOON, OPOSSUM, SKUNK AND WEASEL (Hunting Only) It is unlawful for any person to hunt raccoon, opossum, skunk or weasel except from 12 o'clock noon October 25. 1960, to 12 November 11 to November 30, o'clock noon January 31, 1961, both inclusive. On the first day in those counties designated in of the open season pheasants the Northern Zone; and in the shall be taken only between the Southern Zone from 12 o'clock hours of 12 o'clock noon Central Standard Time and sunset Central Standard Time. It is unlawful for any person to take more than 3 cock pheasants in any one day. No person shall have more than 3 cock pheasants (or any parts thereof) in his possession on the opening day of the season, or more than 6 epck pheasants (or ony parts thereof) at any time thereafter. BOBWHITE QUAIL It is unlawuful for any person :o take Bobwhlte quail, except Bob white quail may be taken with shotgun and dog, or shotgun or dog, or bow and arrow rom November 19 to December 28, both inclusive. It is unlawful for any person o take more than 8 Bobwhite quail in any one day. No person shall have in his possession more than 8 Bobwhite quail (or any parts there- f) on the opening day of the eason, or more than 16 Bobwhite quail (or any parts there- f) at any time thereafter. RABBIT It is unlawful for any person o take wild rabbits, except wild abbits may be taken with gun and dog, gun or dog, or bow and arrow from November 26, 1960 to January 31, 1961, both inclusive. It Is unlawful for any person noon November 1. 1960, to 12 o'clock noon January 31, 1961. The foregoing regulations are established in accordance with the Game Code of Illinois and persons violating these provisions are subject to the penalties provided by Section 56 of that Code. The laws supplementing this Administrative Order are to be found in Chapter 61 of the Illinois Revised Statutes. GLEN D. PALMER, DIRECTOR DEPARTMENT OF CONSERVATION. PUBLIC NOTICE ARTICLE V—REGULATIONS PERTAINING TO THE TRAP- UING SEASON FOR HARVESTING FUR-BEARING ANIMALS ISSUED IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE PROVISIONS OF SECTION 2.01 OF THE GAME CODE OF ILLINOIS. MINK, MUSKRAT, RACCOON, OPOSSUM, SKUNK AND WEASEL It is unlawful for any person to trap mink, muskrat, roccoon, opossum, skunk and weasel except from 12 o'clock noon November 15 to 12 o'clock noon December 31 in the following counties designated as the Northern Group of Counties in the State of Illinois: Adams, Hissing's Just a Game BOWLING GREEN, Ohio S —Kissing is an increasingly important factor in many games, says an assistant professor of psychology at Bowling Green State Univrsity, but a strong element of chance also is present Thus, concludes Dr. Brian Sutton-Smith, no one is inclined to take the kissing too seriously. "We need to remember," says the professor, who is studying personally development, "that this is the age of tongue-tied early dating. Kissing games provide a means for a socially acceptable relationship with the opposite sex." day at Edwardsville. In the ABCs of Food Projects, blue ribbons were awarded to Carol Saboff, Kathy Saboff, and Marcella Dorsey; red ribbons to Kathy Hendricks, Nancy Cooper, and Diane Singleton; white ribbons to Janice Neese and Charlene DeWerff. In the project, "You Learn to Bake," Virginia Hans, Janice Singleton, and Sandy Saboff were awarded blue ribbons; red ribbons were awarded to Beverly Cooper, Sue Ann Gusewelle, and Marjorie Cooper. In "Adventures in Cooking" blue ribbons were awarded to Jeanette Dorsey and Patricia Switch to Standard Gasolines with Standard Oil Research reduces your motoring opjte again with the built-in gas-aavera in Standard GaaoUne*— 4f«j» 0 additive remove* depute from dirty carburetor throats to give you extra miles. It boosted Standard GaaoliM nulatge an extra 6% in 2*4 million teat-miles of city-traffic driving! BALAMCiO QCTAMI stops gaewaiting knock at all speed*. tPABK-PLUO KIJWtHATQ* in GOLD CROWN restores most misfiring plugs to full fire, saves fuel, renews power. 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MPG> Built-in GAS-SAVER Motorcycle Races MELODY LANE SPEEDWAY Injunction Lifted, Races Will Resume os Scheduled, TT Race this Sunday, July 17, Track is located 8 miles east of Alton on Route 140 at Meadowbrook, Gates Open 11:00 Races 130 IT I Boone, Brown, Bureau, Carroll, Cass, Champaign, Cook, DeKalfa, DeWitt, DuPage, Ford, Fulton, Grundy, Hancock, Henderson, Henry, Iroquois, Jo Daviess, Kane, Kankakee, Kendall, Knox, Lake, LaSaJle, Lee, Livingston, Logan, Marshall, Mason, Menard, Mercer, McDonough, McHenry, McLean, Ogle, Peoria, Piatt, Putnam, Rock Island, Schuyler, Stark, Stephenson, Tazewell, Vermilion, Warren, Whiteside, Will, Winnebago, Woodford; and in the following designated counties known as the Southern Group from 12 o'clock noon November 25, 1960, to 12 o'clock noon January 15, 1961: Alexander, Bond, Calhoun, Christian, Clark, Clay, Clinton, Coles, Crawford, Cumberland, Douglas, Edgar, Edwards, Effingham, Fayette, Franklin, Gal- lutin, Greene, Hamilton, Hardin, Jackson, Jasper, Jefferson, Jersey, Johnson, Lawrence, Macon, Macoupin, Madison, Marlon, Massac, Monroe, Montgomery, Morgan, Moultrie, Perry, Pike, Pope, Pulaski, Randolph, Richland, Saline, Sangamon, Scott, Shelby, St. Clair, Union, Wabash, Washington, Wayne, White, Williamson. RED OR GRAY FOX It Is unlawful for any person .o trap red or gray fox except from 12 o'clock noon November 1, 1960, to 12 o'clock noon March 1, 1961, in those counties designated in the Northern Zone; and in the Southern Zone from 12 o'clock noon December 1, 1960, to 12 o'clock noon March 15, 1961. BEAVER It is unlawful for any person to take beaver except from 12 o'clock noon February 15, 1961, to 12 o'clock noon March 31, 1961. Beaver shall be taken only with spring traps during the season provided, and with traps of a jaw spread not larger than 8 inches in length or width. The foregoing regulations are established in accordance with the Game Code of Illinois and Dorsey. In "Photography" Marjori Cooper and Janice Klein won blue ribbons. Presbyterial Meeting MORO — Forty delegates were present at the Alton Pres- byterial Annual Summer Execu tive Committee meeting at the Presbyterian Church Thursday Mrs. C. E. Roodhouse, president of Alton Presbyterial, was in charge of the program. Reports were given during the morning session. Following the luncheon, plans were made for ing and initiation. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Whited were taken into the order. Mrs. Delbert Loy was soloist for the evening. The July committee is Mrs. Orville Darr, chairman, Mr. and Mrs Warren Greene, Mrs. William Brady Jr., Mrs. Delbert Allen, Mrs. Ed Weller and Miss Mary Brooks. Kane Notes KANE — Asbury Walk of Milton was a supper guest Tuesday of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Cary. The regular business meeting of the Baptist Church was held Wednesday night at the church. Mrs. Kenneth Wilson and son, Bobby, of Virginia. 111., spent Wednesday with her mother, jMrs. W. E. Hawk and family. t West Alton WEST ALTON — The annual picnic of Immaculate Conception Church will be held on the church grounds Sunday July 17. The meal, consisting of chicken and beef, will be served family style, from noon to 8 p.m. Mrs. John Minters is in the lospital recovering from a fall. ier daughter, Mary is visiting in her home. Mr. and mrs. Vincent Saale and family are spending a few days with his nephew and his wife, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Wehmeyer of Tulsa, Okla. Sponsors Chicken Supper at Kampsville KAMPSVTLLE — The annual chicken dinner and picnic of •I. Anselm's Church will be held Sunday July 17 on the church larish grounds beginning at 11 a.m. the fall district meetings. The noon lunches was served by members of the local Presbyterian Women's Organization. Age vs. Youth In Links Meet HONOLULU (AP) — Regardless of the outcome of today's 36- hole semifinals in the 35th annual National Amateur Public Links Golf Tournament, Saturday's 36- hole final will be a battle of age against youth and possibly an all- Michigan affair. Victors in Thursday's quarterfinals were Verne Callison, 41, a Sacramento, Calif., tavern owner; Mike Andonian, 34, a Pontiac, Mich., math teacher; Bob McMasters, 25, a Royal Oak, Mich., salesman, and Ty Caplin, East Lansing, Mich., a 23-year-old student of Michigan State University —— who "played hookey" from summer school to make the tournament. Callison, one of California's best amateurs, plays Andonian in today's first semifinal, rated the top match of the day. WET R.Y PISHING Andonian traveled the roughest j FOR BLUt?5lLLS road to semi-final qualification,; beating two of the three co-nied-j alisls. He knocked out Richard | Hopwood of Phoenix, Ariz., in the i second round, and eliminated) Harlan Stevenson of Long Beach, Calif., in the third. In the fourth round, he triumphed over Felix Claveran, Stockton, Calif., 3 and 2. Claveran: had just ousted Don Esslg III of Indianapolis, the 1957 champion,! 1-up. Mysterious Footprint* CLARKSVTLLE, Ark,, &— The mystery of human footprints in stone are no nearer a solution today than when they were discovered in 1850. The footprints are on the top and side of a huge stone on a farm in Johnson County. The stone is 6 feet wide and 10 feet high and geologists say it has been there for hundreds of years. SPORTSMAN'S violating these provis ions are subject to the penalties provided by Section 56 of that Code. The laws supplementing this Administrative Order are to be found in Chapter 61 of the Illinois Revised Statutes. GLEN D. PALMER, DIRECTOR DEPARTMENT OF CONSERVATION. UNI Moro Scout* Plan Waste Paper Drive MORO -- Boy Scout Troop 104 has announced that u paper ive will be made Friday, S«i- urday, and Sunday. July 15. IB, and 17. Residents are to bundle or box paper und place it in a convenient place tor p^ck-up. \ ^* etui* (IMAM. nc., tYOTMRR M&JMfifld i tfg |M HOLM* IT MAV M r~r PIC1M.T TO R0CO4N1U STMKMi THCV MAy TAK» AMD txfm. 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