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Register Classifieds Get Results THE REGISTER THE DAILY REGISTER, HARRISBURG, ILL., WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 21. 1948 NEW SERIES, VOLUME 33, NO. 172 URGE EUROPEAN AID About Town And Country By TIMOTHEUS T. Chronology of Chief Events in County in December niCOXOLOGY FOR DECEM^1947 This is thc .last one, Here arc thc chief events -named supe ,,.,,,,,, Johnson was L'rintendcnt of new Pea- elected master C. and Maggie Picker- sld by side in Dorrisvillc. nniccl to Hie ground. 1 The bodies of Pvt. Anthony Jan- and S«t. John Simmons, ba- SXitv war dead, were rc- , vey School Sur- committee recommended a sin- r, 3-year-old child, Division Kiwanis Meeting Held At Shawneetown The Shawneetown Kiwanis club last night was host to an inspirational division meeting which was attended by Kiwanians from otner clubs in Division 16 of the Illinois-Eastern Iowa district. About 100 Kiwanians were-present at the dinner meeting which was held at the Catholic Community House in Old Shawneetown Representatives were present from Harrisburg, Cairo, Vienna and Me tiopolis, besides the Shawneetown host club. Past Governor H. I. Conn, Newman, 111., read a message irora the new governor, James oarpen- ter and then delivered an inspirational message to the Kiwanians GOP Leaders Seek B Billion Cut in Budget Knutson Bases Tax Measure on Lower Spending WASHINGTON, Jan. 21--OlE)-- Senate and House Republican leaders have reached an informal understanding to cut President Truman's $39,700.000,000 budget by at n( least $3,000,000,000, is was disclos- 01 ed today. Chairman Harold of the tax- Truman's Left-of-Center Campaign Program Begins To Pay Off with Labor a present. He pointed to the record of achievements since Kiwanis was THE BARY ENSEMBLE, a group of five young women who will pre- st "~'" : " By LYLE C. WILSON United Press Staff Corresponden,t WASHINGTON, Jan. 21--U.E-- President Truman's left-of-center campaign year program is beginning to pay off today with labor. Labor and the left wing are Henry A. Wallace's target for his third party which, at most, cannot do much in 1948 except help the Republicans to elect a President. A parad*e of labor and left wing leaders . into the White House is on the way now as the presidential campaign begins. A. F. Whitney, president of the sent a diversified program of solos, duets, trios and ensemble music m the HTHS auditorium, Friday evening. The artists are sponsored by the Harrisburg Community Concert Association. ,vas tounc. after an all-night search ci the premises around her home, near Junction. Bill Martin's Shorthorn calf. International Livestock Exposition · tserve champ, brought him S95. Mice Sects was awarded $20,000 damages and Harold Hull was awarded $8,000 by a circuit court jurv following a trial arising from a motor vehicle crash at Rude- rncnt ' Kav Grater was re-elected president "of the Production Credit association. The Farm followin meeting: .... Bureau elected the directors at its annual ,,_,,..,,. Oscar Stinson, E \V. Read H. Ward Baker, George B. Aydelott. L. M. Hale, Guy DeNeal and Ralph Crumley. -\ M. Hetherington was re-elected excellent high priest of the Royal Arch Masons. The homes of Bob Martin and John Motsingcr were destroyed by fire the same day at Carrier Mills. Bary Ensemble Contract At High School Friday Night City Water lank Five young women make up the Barv Ensemble which will play ,,- here" in the second Harrisburg com- ing entered into a contract there was opportunity for service conn urged a spiritual approach to the problem of peace and asK ed Kiwanis clubs to work with the vouth to develop citizen leadership, pointing to the Kiwanis International slogan, ."Citizen Re- reporters that his group was .basing its tax reducing legislation on IHIO a»u,the assumption that Mr. Truman's plenty of {budget will be cut by $3,000,000,- sponsibility--The dom." , Price of Free- Lieutenant Governor U. worn JDW- -£~~. -- -- - t an estimated bling, of Cairo, who was introduced cose "^ *£ . revenue. Adby immediate Past lyutenan.Gov- *;J^TM fficials said the loss Cr Sef S^lie^eSlnt'lovSors would be nearer $6,300,000,000 present at the meeting were Bob Hook of Vienna; »TM »«-«»»»,«,. n " °H MLnrromrnttee told i cant of recent recruits to Mr. Tru,-s and Means committee told ^ ^ ^ program In toy 1946, when ihe President broke the railway strike Whitney prom- sed vengeance. He said his union would spend "millions to defeat' Mr. Truman in 1948. But Whitney emerged from the White House yesterday announc ing he'd had a wonderful talk with the President. He said he was for Mr. Truman's election and predict ed any of the Republican hopefuls could be licked this year. "Sen. Taft would be the spftes bet," said Whitney, predicting that the top presidential campaign 000 or more. The Ways and Means committee began sentence-by-sentence consideration of Knutson's tax-cutting bill at a closed session this morning. No final action was taken, however. Meeting Held Last Week Congressional · tax experts esti- Miesenheim- Knutson revealed that the n- formal understanding on a $3,- munity concert of the season, to be given in the Harrisburg Township high school gymnasium Friday at 8 p. m. They have toured from coast to coast with their program of ensemble and solo performances on their five instruments, piano, violin, 'cello, viola and clarinet. Gertrude Bary, pianist, is also the founder of the Bary Ensemble. Bethel Milligan, 30, of Sparks, Hcr S0 i 0 recitals here and in Eu Hill was killed when his auto overturned on Route 13 between Harrisburg and Equality. Snow an? ice slowed the trai- '* - f i e in town v a.id on ihe- highways. Glen Hurst, 38. of near Carrier on an incest rope have been acclaimed by critics, and she has; had an outstanding career with noted chamber music organizations the Dixie Tank Co. for repair of the leaking 150,000 gallon water tank on Cherry street. The contract was passed unanimously upon the recommendation of the board's operating committee composed of Everett Sneed, Claude Gibbons and Gus Syers. The contract signed yesterday calls for a specific expenditure of $1,400, broken down as follows: Cleaning and scaling of the inside of the tank--$650. Painting the inside with one coat of .asphalt-tank r.eliner--$3oO and Dr. H. A. Moreland, Cairo. John Russell, a representative of the Kiwanis secretary, Walter adler, was present andi urged fuU ssues would be cost of living and he Taft-Hartley labor control act. It developed that Whitney was rought here by the Democratic lational committee. He was squir- :d to the White House by Gael lullivan, executive director of the :ommittee. Committee Chairman \. Howard McGrath, who also is i U. S. Senator from Rhode Is- and, later told a press conference he committee had invited Whitney .0 come here. In a back and forth of questions, McGrath added: "I am going to mend all the fences I can mend." That suggests that as strayed political lambs may drop out of the Wallace movement they will be etting a quick invitation to come to Washington and talk it over in the White House. McGrath is not concentrating merely on such strays. He already has made overtures to James A. Farley, former national chairman and postmaster general, and to Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt "or help in ihe 1948 campaign. And there are reliable reports that McGrath and Sullivan are arranging for a White House call this week by CIO President Philip Murray and Jack Kroll, director of the CIO's Political Action Committee. Warns Against of Russia Veterans' Groups Claim Program Investment in Peace WASHINGTON, Jan. 21-- U.E)-- Sen. Walter F. George, D., Ga., said today that if the United States underwrites only through will lead to war. He sounded his warning as officials of the American Legion and Veterans of Foreign Wars told the Senate Foreign Relations committee that the four-year European the Marshall plan 'hate" of Russia it recovery program block the spread budget was reached at ; of House and Senate leaders last week. Among those who attended the Mills \va» arrested charge. Saline county chest x-rays total- led. 7.144. The city council hiked the pay cf all city employes 10 per cent. When Miss Bary organized -hen ensemble, she decided to vary the conventional pattern of instrumen- Ual groups for the sake of advcn- . ° . i t - _ . t _ i ^ r_ u tts*rV* I U A ^j* v*»j*« -i- -- · - - - - - -lure into new delights for both the audience and artist in developing - a repertoire unique for chamber music groups as well as L. D. "Reeves," 63, was killed for so loists. when his car and an REA truck i K C g an Career at M Removal of all · loose 'rust and paint^fronT the'exterior and apply one spot coat of paint to all. bare metal and one complete coat to the entire exterior--$400. , This work will be started in about 10 days, Sneed said today. When it is completed an inspection will be made of the tank to determine exactly what must be done this year. collided on Route 13 between Harrisburg and Marion. , \YEBQ began installing a new ' I'M antenna. The lake contract will be here soon, state officials told R. D. I'.rown. L. \V. Riley bought thc old "Hickey Wagon" fire truck. Wilmer "Bill'' Watson was in-i juted about thc face and head 'r* a dynamite blast at the Cottage Grove Mining Co. mine. * t * Deaths in thc order of occurrence: Mrs. Cora J. Harris; Robert * Johnson. 72: Mrs. Bertha Mason. K5: Mrs. T. L. Blackman, 60: J. K. Vaughn. 71. retired miner; Mrs. Otis Dixon. 79: Mrs. Luther Dunn, 46: Robert A. Carter, 78: · Mrs. Mo'.lie Hart. 67: J. S. Steel, 70; Lir.da Louise Jerdon. S-months cid. Galatia; C. H. Dabney, 5". miner; D. S. Shcrrod. 81: Alfred Dudley. 58. retired miner. The members make their own arrangements for the unusual combination and perform virtuoso solo, duo, quartet and quintet numbers in their concerts. Violinist Mary Becker began her professional career at fourteen. Alter live transcontinental concert tours, she made her New York Council to Pay City Workers on Semi-Monthly Basis The city payroll for the first !'°lf of January, amounting to S3.- M? "ft . , » .. j ^ _ ^ _ ^ _ ^ . " ^ . Town Hall. . has ing the Harrison Award of and a six-year fellowship at the Juilliard Graduate School, where she studied with Albert bpalding and the late Paul KochansKi. Virginia Peterson, 'cellist in the Bary Ensemble, has been soloist manv times with thc New York Citv'Svmphony Orchestra, has given "many successful recitals, and has appeared with eminent groups such as the Manhattan Trio, wiih which she has conccrtized - in l^ Sta Gllmorous Helen Bacchus, yio- list. has won the acclaim of critics in solo recitals. She was chosen from among hundreds of appli- cints for a six-year fellowship at JS JuSliart School of Music m New York, studying with j Paul Kochanski and. Albert Spaldmg. Symphony Soloist to put the tank in proper shape. \t the Jan. 5 meeting of the water board. Paul Shatter, representative of the Dixie Tank Co. of Memphis, told members that a complete repair job would be done by his company at a figure of $8,500 or less. He said the job would be guaranteed for 10 years, with his company making a year- work free of charge during the 10-year period. The $8.500 or less would include the $1,400 in preliminary work. ··-·« vi tfdnuaiv. diiiuuuuui; *.v» oo. olP' | vuj r ww««--'- . . r:_,t -·53.79.vKK accepted at yesterday's! 'clarinetist Phyllis Gugmo iirsi rr-cctina of ;hc citv council. Ef- became interested in her '"suu- cctivc this month, salaries willlmcnt when she heard a ca"nci '- paid M-:ni-monthlv instead of £0 loist perform at a local conccn. ' -- - in h er home town of TM°"' a " \ Y When she was graduated from "the University of Michigan from tne f u.^ c , arinctisl T h crC monthly, ,-ir.d the payroll claims ^ill be presented to the council firs; .inri third Tuesdays of John D. Upthurch Enters Democratic Race for Congress John David Upchurcb, mayor of Eldorado, today was in the race for Probe Death of Baby Barred From Hospital MINNEAPOLIS, Jan. 21.--U.E --Coroner Russell P. Heim today blamed tracheal bronchitis for the death of a four-months-old baby boy who died on the desk of Mayor Hubert Humphrey while the par cnts waited to complain that the infant was denied admission to a city-owned hospital. "Although we have not com 1 SSSSMSl, 8 ^ 1 **^ fflftSS S^^v "SSLToSonnai under- *£ »«« "ospiul personnel, w. Taber, club presidents from Harrisburg, Cairo, Vienna and Metropolis, also gave short talks outlining .the proposed activities for their clubs ate GOP Policy committee. Congressional consideration of the President's budget begins formally tomorrow with a joint meeting of the Congressional Budget committee comprised of members » .« ·*» __«] Oj^.*%·**· i\i \r%T^T*rt« Congress. standing on the budget cut, Senate Republican leaders were reported to favor scaling down Knutson's income tax measure. Gov. Green Says uichnrch. "ro^o^jjStale Fares Deficit SoFCSIS In Current Budget sional district, and his petitions FTT) , n Jan 2 1-- rsia^rssW'i»»^«i2^K h ^ s ^ upLnuitii * nunch with U. b. ben. seeking nomination in the April ing primary Congressman Charles c. Vursell of Salem is in the race by joint punch ' Brooks He said that an autopsy showe that the infant son of Mr. an Mrs. Arthur Jenson died after th trachea, or windpipe, became plug is needed to of. "Red Fascism" and insure America against a Russian atom bomb attack. "Americans are not so constructed that they can hate any one power for four years without being at war with it," George said. George, former chairman of the Senate committee, said however that he did not believe there would be a war. Investment in Peace The two organizations, representing 5,272,000 American war veterans, described the multi-billion-dollar Marshall plan as a "reasonable" investment in peace. Representing them before the committee were James F. O'Neil, national commander of the Legion, and Ray H. Brannaman, commander-in-chief of the Veterans of Foreign Wars. There, were these other Marshall plan developments: 1. Secretary of State George C. SPRINGFIELD 111., Jan. 21-- Marshall, at a news conference, !_Nominatmg petitions for the 'denied charges by John Foster eSrsed slate of Demo- i Dulles that U. S. military govern- enaorsea { ^ d ^ atewide o£ . j ment otficials in Germany are program. Dulles, Republican for- expert, told the senate Illinois Demo Candidates File Petitions tary of state today, The Potions were filed yesterday that the U. e yeser . 0. Cooper, East St. Louis, candi administrators apparently have date for auditor. ite -for auditor. not . neard oi lne recovery pro- The slate, endorsed by the Dem-i ram without, mentioning Dulles ., , i __«1 AAntn-titrAa 1C. ^* . ·_-«- · ' i i * · -I ·. t.4- svrt ocratic state central-committee headed by Paul Douglas, University of Chicago professor and for. Uy name, Slarshall said that, on the contrary, the Army has been keenly aware of the program and anj vx. V*"»-»*Q*' jr~ ---- - _ _ .. , R.UCHIJ a»»«*v- w* »,*·*- *---p ----- . mer Chicago alderman, for United , ha$ cooperate d fully with other States senator, and Adlai Steven- , g overnmen t agencies. son, former alternate delegate to the United Nations Assembly, for !·* Basis John ged and infected. Humphrey directed the City ,V S death n "" i ' y |Ur "" "" cSaor-attorneV general; ibis fa shocking tragedy^fglF^SS^* m T,hrov QaiH "The parents of *f u IO «AT^__;: P:I-^ ir Humphrey said. "The parents the child have my deepest sym- pathv We will hold a full public " to determine all the facts.' Gov. Examined by Two Physicians Fair Group Free Admiisions SPRINGFIELD. 111.. Jan. 21-- "(U.K--The Illinois Association of Agricultural Fairs was on record todav as opposed to free admission "to the Illinois State Fair. Thc resolution was adopted at closing sessions of a two-day meeting vestcrday of fair officials who fear" that a free gats at the State Fair would start nuolic demands for free admission .to_ county and Vurseil OI oaiem ia i" « lv - *«"·»· ~? *~------ -- -.-- , «u.,t thu ;ratp ^^WSSSirSi laceTa" *$$ ^Tj? its KngJessman Roy Clippinger, Car- current budget ending July 1, mi from the Republican race over 1949. Se week-end. Green and Brooks spoke at a I "Upchurch. a former representa-. i unc heon of the Federation ot u- trict in the Illinois state turc, was ing held - -- . court house. Besides county chair Ex-Governor John Stelle. linois They what they decided upon at a meet- Democratic efforts to dram the reins held in the Hamilton county sources of the state and nation. nt chair- The governor said the looked- for deficit was made probable b _ . _ . , . . J *«_.B»«n **1*A1" T F1O men, Iva Elliott of Carmi and Rep. Paulj leg j s ]ative expenditures Powell of Vienna were present, "state's estimated income and. oj Powell, ,downstate leader fbr | t h e increasing cost of government, the Democratic campaign and can- He predicted that the .pemo- didate for re-election to the state ! cra tic campaign in Illinois tnis cStoture from this district, gave'£ ear « wi n center around extrava- - ki --cmls mcct . He said that a report on the political situation gant promises of providing mil- » m . ay thc everyday r, K _n n ..»i; n «ri tho itm- i:^-^ «r rirJIarc from the State · «'*- "°_, ,r - ,, I.,.* «u.,t 5t was im- local fairs. The fair officials said small fairs need admission charges to make them profitable. The association rc-clccicd Ray Dillinccr. Dccatur. president: Stumpc. PinckncyviHc. vice Jack prcs- Stelle. a candidate for delegate j man s adn ,i n istration of trying to the Democratic presidential · ito makc our people believe that nominating convention, and Eiu-j a l l wc havc to do in order to prc- ott. present state central commit-. gervc -^^ is to k ccp dissipating - lorvillc. s State .:;parSmcnt of conscrva- con- tes Thursday for William H. Cowan, Victim of Mine Injury Jur.tTal services for William Cowan. 30-year-old Eldora- ivho was fatallv in- Asoca,on, her the posmon ot solo cim ytv.crday while working at s mine, will be held on hy at 2 p. m. at thc Church (,r.(» ;n Eldorado. Rev. V. B. Fred Wundcrlich Transferred Here as Metropolitan Agent Fred Wundcrlich, a former Haran who has represented « n d u c « e and r,ow lies in state at irisburg 'to replace an «enl in c , - . , *-r«si. in Eldorado. 1613 Eldoxa- as MINES at the Sugar Crcc* Froauce jricss jgc, Co. here. and Clifford Hunter. Tay- tarv-trcasurcr. "de Lee. ML Vcr- to replace Robert board :clors followed a Period oJ study .ecman and Democratic candidate our rcsourcc s by keeping a con for attorney general of Illinois, gtant flow of billions of American wealth to the countries of western Europe." "American dollars will not save also made talks. Billfold Returned To Owner Through Register 'Lost Ad' A billfold advertised as lost in last nichfs Daily Register was returned toda\. Milton B. Sadler of Route 3 Harrisburg. lost his : bill- IS North Webster ; street had found it on a si dcwa k Snd looked for a '^st ad to determine the r owner The : a d was there. Tnc billfold was returned. _ __ Wife Asks Divorce When Hubby Scrubs Her Face with Steak 'fflto ff to direct officials at Mm- neapolis General hospual to admit the child, Arthur, Jr. Thev had taken him to the hospital clinic the night before, but the phvsicians who examined him said he was not sick enough to . who also has a fcur-year-old daughter by a previous marriage, said she and her husband were taking the baby to the clinic again yesterday . morn- irg when they decided to ask Humphrey to help them . Jensen. 45, said he is a tree surgeon, but that during the win- months -he has some trouble " meet. He said that br: admitted. Mrs. Jensen, O'Neil agreed that no appreci- . ^ole cut in armed forces spending filed after Lt. : could result from the Marshall officiallv got plan. But he said heavier spend- race for gov- ing for arms would be needed im- emor, 'appare^uTgiving the lie mediately if the plan is not ap- *TB^^«i: A «rjft H. ureen. . ? , dominance in western Europe, and The vrithtowhte nominating petitions , ,Uh ^JfTM« ^ consi l er a the itm-.ii 0ns of dollars from tne siaic living but e candi- itrcasur v to meet the increased costs 01 » b .n thc state and ·rarv of Democratic state --. ji»«.o^v...- -- ... dates. They will be in Harris-Ujgts O f local government. burg March 2. Brooks accused President Tru- that it was im- S££bte 'for'him'to pay to have 'th? child treated by a private d °Dr )r "D. W. Pollard, superinten. dent "of thc city hospital, said the intartwas examined Monday mght by two cxpcriencca , t, 16. Washer work, ·n Jfiie. works. Bird works, works. Wundcrlich vKl assume his du- ijpc here Feb. 2 and he and nis y Sill move to Harngunj "chid been in Eldorado lor 10 ^'successor to Wundcrlich in Eldorado has not been named. an so Two Carrier Mills World War II Dead To Arrive Here Soon Arthur Moore of thc Illinois Veterans commission has rcccivco word that thc bodies of two Carrier Mills soldiers who died in thc service have arrived in this country and will be relumed here for burial soon. Thc war dead arc SgL aarry B. Rann. son of Harry A. Rann. :$09 West Walnut street. Carrier Mills, and PvL Howard B. Cosc- boon. son of Ernest Coscboon oi Corner Mills. Thc body of SgL Rann will be taken to the Miller funeral home in Carrier Mills. - Thc Gaskins funeral home here will receive ihe body of PvU Coscboon. j. C. McGown, 76, Dies at County Farm James Cal McGown. 76, died yesterday at 5 p. m. at the county farm near Harrisburg. He leaves a son, James C. McGown of Tuscon, Arizona. The body was taken to the he said, aid to ·.Tuesday for nominating P etitions i^| 1l J Is ^ )U i d "-g-^' eq ual considera- entered Monday | ^^^^ »$*% held jointly with the regular primary April 13. 1 in MacKenzie King Offers to Quit Post in Canada OTTAWA. Jan. 21-iUE'--Lib- eral partv leaders meet today lo .1 %**» _i j T*4^MA \iimc- * f'we are to play a bold hand · m international diplomacy, we ishould have support for that hand, I he said * i Brannaman said congress musi 'proceed carefully in oetermining I the amount of money to be spent on European recovery to pre' Ihe orosram from becoming an the first 15 months. , . - 1H his condition was not,consider 3-year-old - iKAr^^ t 2^.awif-'^ 1 E£ lalization. I1V1I1 / \ i J I V » l v . « " "TM- , - - f labor and agriculture instead ot "through thc red tape diplomacy of our stale department." Hudson Auto Plant Europe j Shut Down Due tO by Foremen ,, resign as neaa vi «.··« »«»--· - . -j^iL, n;r*rlrt make way for a younger man. j l R 26th UlStriCT 1 Thc chief executive of Canada! !proposed to the Liberal party ad-, H ERRIN". «-,. --:-..-in «».,, 'visorv- council last night that a Pclilions began circulaung in tne convention be called to name his ^ lh congressional dl ^f ^Jg Uucccssor. Thc last such convcn- for thc nomination of Kent KeUcr, 'lion was held in 1919 when King Democratic excongrc^an^ frwi for Missing Girl Piano Prodigy, 14, Found in Hotel with Sailor FRANCISCO. Jan 21-SAN HE)^acquclinc Homer. 14-year- old Hollvwood piano prodigy wno has been missing for a week, was found here today in a hotel room with a sailor, police reported. workers, were not affected. The foremen struck for recogni- ion of their union, the Indcpcnd- ion r .^^iftVSi^^jbons-fuiHwl home, in th« i n S K 9 ir with the hot steak." where it will remain until " afMi hair William R. Bur- funeral arrangements «* a divorce, ipleted. are Inspector Joe Norton said two officers, acting on a tip, located the girl in a hotel room with Wallace Wells. 19, a sailor stationed at Hunters Point here. Wells was booked on charges of violating the state welfare and institutions code, which covers ol- fcnscs involving minors. Norton quoted the girl as saying she left home voluntarily last Tuesday after an argument with, her mother. Norton said Jacque- iline told him she was "tied up all the time, couldn't ever go any place and was tired of it" tion cnt Foremen s America. Association of his said he )r ,will a?rec to run -u me district said | w ^Jc Sibilitv of a thrcc-corncr- no barrieV'prevented such an ar.'^cJfor the Democratic: noim- rancement _ i nation was indicated, ho«c\cr. o . v «rman King's speech to the party coun- lpcl uions circulating for orn»n cil bristled with denunciations Ha nson. Hcrrin florist, and Haro.a of Communism as a "new and tcr- Brown. Benton attorney " be Measles at Epidemic Stage at Canton, ///· ' CANTON. ILL., Jan 21-aJ.S*-- (TLD--Doctors TCporJcd todaj that measles had reached an epidemic Sage here with more cases being rible menace" which, should be Weather re daily. ed Nations. The chief Illinois: Clearing and or 20 years younger to one ,c V j,,uv...~ is reported to be onu- of the most severe in several, years and thc Fulton county Health department said that they have received notice of 89 cases in the county. greatly prize the opportunity to; continue in a position of leader-; to;24 above. in times like the Thc prime minister TEMPERATURE Communism of seeking to undermine democratic government Ana called it a "wolf-like menace . . in sheep's clothing." 3 p. m 6 p. m 9 p. m 12 mid 33 34 33 3 a. m. 6 a. m. _.. 9 a. m. -12 noon -- 29 I m m --H' 'SPAPERf

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