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w§ KUHK · THI FIRST CONCMN OF IHIf NIWfMPM Associated *ress Leased Wire AP, King and NEA Natures l1 * IKANSAS . WEDNESDAY EVENING, FEMUART JO, 195J Cwft WWCAIT--.' rayetteville and vldsHy « ally fair and cool tonight. Tem» peralurcj 2S to 30 degree's. TomOri' row partly cloud/ Jind warmer. High temperature yesterday ««; low 26; noon today 43, .Sunrin 6:59; sunset 6:03. " 13 Remain On Broken Tanker Crew Passes Up Rescue In Stormy Sea Others Saved By Coast .Guard Reach New England Port . Chatham, M ass.-(/P)-Thirleen weary seamen stuck it out today on the dsrelict stern of a broken tanker--hoping to salvage, the hulk. Crewmen of the tanker Fort Mercer--torn in half by the winter's worst storm two clays ago-passed up rescue last night. Twenty T five of their mates were taken off tht wreck-by Coast Guardsmen. Eighteen of them reached Boston this morning aboard the cutter Acushnet, .while tugs am: other cutters hovered around the hob- bing wreckage making sa'vage plans. It was,,hoped the stern section could b« towed to port, tut the vesselVowners in New -Ynrk, the Trinidad Corporation, said a decision might be made today to sink it by gunfire. The (Vwst Guard said the wreckage i ,-. menace to navigation. The Fort Mercer, '.oaded with fuel, oil for New England ports, was one of two 10,000-ton tankers torn in half in the nortr-ejster off the Cape Cod fishing community. Both halves of the other tanker, The Pendleton, washed aground yesterday. The bow section of the Fort Mercer still floated in the seas some 30 miles from the stern. All crewmen had been rescued from those three sections. The latest batch of survivors brought to 57 the number rescued from the four drifting sections. Six are listed as dead and eight are missing and presumed dead. Hole In Street Brings $74.60 Suit In Court Los Angeles - (fP) - The way George Brown tells it, he was driving down a street last January 7 when his car hit a hole in the street. Result: A tire blew out. He caught a cold while changing I it. He bad to pay $5 for a eold ' shot. He missed a day's pay-$15.84. H,e had to pay $53.76 for darhage to his car. Brown sued the city yesterday for $74.00. Setting Of Oil Strike Date Near Denver-(/P)-A- date for an oil strike which could seriously affect the nation in less than two weeks time may be set here tonight. Officials of four oil industry group: will meet to consider the strike. The meeting was called after hop: of averting a major strike dippc- to almost zero yesterday. U n i o n-management negotiations at some refincricicontinuec.' but there were no reports of progress. The unions are asking pay- hikes of 25 cents an hour. Most companies have offered boosts of 10 cents. The pay scale now averages S2.10 an hour. Faucetfe Heads Red Cross Drive In This County Quotas Set For Campaign Which Opens In March George C. Faucetlc of Fayetlc- ville has been named Washington County chairman for the a n n u a l Red Cross fund drive which ope"; in March with a quota of 519,007. Richard Waldcn will serve as Fayetlcville chairman, anrl Mrs. Joe Murphy will head the cam- will have a quota of $10,500. paign in'Springdalc. Fnyycttevllle Springdale's quota is $4,700. PRICf FIVI CENTS Strange Objects Seen By U.S. Pilots Over Korea At Night Tokyo -(/P) -American bomber crews report seeing strange looking objects over Korea at night. Air Force spokesmen In Tokyo nnd Korea refused to comment. They said the Information was classified. Night-flying B-28 bomber pilots in Korea told today of seeing "things" in the air. Earlier. Air Force spokesmen in Washington said B-20 crewmen reported sighting "strange looking o r a n g e globes" in night flighls. One veteran pilot in Korea said Ihe "orange globes" could be flashes of exhaust from Communist jets. Red M1G-15 . Jets have been reported over North Korea at night. Asked if pilots of n i g h t fighters or B-20 light bombers had seen the objecls, a Fifth Air Force spokesman in Korea said: "To affirm or deny it would pul us in ·' e position of discussing it and we cannot discuss It." An Air Force spokesman in Washington said H-29 crewmen reported they sighed the ohipcts over Woman on the Korean east ; const and over Sanchon in West | Central Korea. The crewmen told their Kupe- riors, the spokesman said, t h a t the globes were about three feet In ' diamrler, ; nrrall.- light orange in j color with an occasional change ' lo a bluish lint. The ainne.n said j tile objects stayed with a B-29 over Wonsan about five minules anrl flew w i t h n B-2!) over Sun chnn for about itne m i n u t e . Fire Started At U.S. Quarters In Belgrade Belgrade, Yugoslavia-(/Pj-A predawn attempt to burn down the quarters of the U.S. information service in downtown Belgrade was prevented today by the early arrival of a Yugoslav employe. It was the'second attempt within 15 months to destroy the headquarters--a building separate from the embassy and. bousing a reading room and. a "showroom displyng picturas of life in America. The Yugoslav employe discovered the blaze just inside a guard wall near the entrance, lie extinguished it without damage. Racing Commission Members Appointed Little Rock-W)-Two new members have been appointed to the Arkansas Racine Commission by Governor McMath. They arc. Kay Limbaugh, Pocahontas' businessman, and Clarksville Automobile Dealer .Tames R. Fontaine.' Limbaugh succeeds' J. T. ,Karrell of Paragould, and Roberts replaces Burton Lankford of Van Buren. The terms of Farrcll and Lankford expired February 12. McMatli gave no reason for not re-appointing them. Grass Fire Extinguished A large grass fire along the Frisco Railroad tracks west of the 800 block, of South Hill Street was extinguished shortly after 12 p.m. today by firemen. George Faucette Prairie Grove has a $1,500 quota. W. Edward Broyles is Prairie Grove chairman. Mrs. Raymond H u f f a k e r and Mrs. A r t h u r Davidson will servo as co-chairmen for Lincoln with a quota of 51,000. Both Winslow and Elkins ha- o been assigned quotas of $4?0, while the West Fork quota will be $400. Mrs. Glenn Shaffer will head the W i n s 1 o w campaign, while Mrs. Vcrd Shofncr will serve as Elkins chairman. Mrs. George Freeze has been named West Fork leader. Seven rural chairmen ~ have been appointed for the Elkins area. They are Mrs. Eula White, Durham; Mrs. Ray Parker, Har- risl'Mrs:.-Maude Reed, Hicks; Elmer Ledford, Mountain View; Mrs. Howard .Guinn, Richland; Mrs. Austin Heed, S i l p h u r City; and Mrs. Grace Lawson, Tultle. In Fayetteville Herbert Lewis will serve as advance gifts cliair- r.an; Mrs. C. IB. Murphy as Uni- 'crsity chairman; anrl 'Otie Wilson, Veterans Hospital chairman. insurance Agents Vote To End Strike Washington -(/!')- S o m e 9,0 / 'rudential Insurance Company gents return to work today flcr 81 days on stnkc. Acccpl- ice of a two-year contract run- ..iiK from last December 1 .\vas| nnounced yesterday cftcr nntior-- '· vide balloting by the Insurance Agents International (AFL);' Approximately 15,000 agents were affected by the walkout. The union voted 4.331 in favor of settlement and 2,059 against, with l,lb'2 not voting. Three Students Are Injured In Highway Wreck Two In Hospital At Bentonville After Accident Benlonville -(Special)- T h r e e University students were injured at 10:30 o'clock last night when the car in which they were riding left ; highway.100 near Bella Vista and 1 jvcrturncd in a ditch. .Two of the' youths were in Ihe 'ates Memorial Hospila 1 here this wrning. The third youth was re- ·ascd from the hospital las' night .·hen his injuries were dftermined lot to be serious. Moritz Otto Shollmier, 20, a sophomore from Pine Bluff who i was driver of the car, suffered lacerations of the face and knee. Gerald Marr, sophomore from Marked Tree, suffered a fractured right arm. Tom Berry, a junior from Loy, was released after observation. Bentonville Patrolman J o e Brewer,- who investigated,, said that the car, a 1951 Henry J, left Ihe highway, on the right side, i Iraveied back across the road and overturned in the ditch on the left. Tiie boys said they were returning from Joplin. Speck "Chooses" McMalh For His Opponent Midwest Hit By More Snow cot Rescued Travel Halted McDonald Wins A p p r o v a l As Head of RFC Governorship In Louisiana IT'S A'Tritt PERFORMANCE Builders Work On Ways . To Bring Costs Down Washinjrton-(/P)-Price l a g s , on houses must come down is the consensus of more than 50 home builders meeting in Washington to ·hare "trade secrets" on how to cut housing costs. They said that even it the actual dollar cost of houses doesn't come down, the price must represent a smaller percentage of the purchaser's salary or income than it has in the past. Some of these builders are producing homes for as low as $6,500 for a two-bedroom, flat-roof design and around $10,000 for a three bedroom, one .and one-hall bath plan. These are final costs after landscaping. Extra Seats Provided For Kurtz Appearance The seating capacity of the Arts Center concert hall at the U n i - . versity will be expanded tonight! for the appearance of Edmund I Kurtz, cellist, in a recital starting ! at 8 o'clock. .With permission of Mr. Kurtz, the University will ! place chairs on the. stage sur- j rounding the musician, thus enabling approximately 100 more · persons to be seated. Under the s arrangements planned for tonight · about 500 seats will be available, i There is no admission fee, with the artist being presented by the University's Artists and Cone'erts Committee. i Mr. Kurtz and his accompanist Leo Nadelmann, have been in Fayetteville for two days. Segregation Discussion In Little Rock Delayed Little Rock-(yP)-A m e e t i n g called to discuss segregation in Little Rock's public schools has been postponed indefinitely. The meeting of the Little Rock School Board and the Little Rock Council on Schools had been scheduled for today, but Dr. Edwin N. Oar- ron, board secretary, said a quorum of board members could not be gathered. Deer Uses Ferry To Get Awpy From Dogs Mt. Home, Ark.-M')-A young buck deer used a ferry to outwit j its pursuers. Passengers, who re- i lated the Incident, said the H l g h - i way 101 Ferry was just pulling j away from shore at Lake Norfork I when the animal, apparently! fHI KIM »AT, New York, Boya' club champ pl« eater Robert chaiwt by a pack of dogs, Jumped! 10,-workt on · blueberry creation In performance that won him l»k. a ih, rf° Ut V 2 "? r ? SS !5 C *"" fre « VM » ll n « t"« club', .urnmcr camp at Valhalla, N. lake, the deer leaped Into the | leaUnta nad to down the pie, nun to i basin and wn«h face water and swam away. I bruah twin. Robert li «hown befor. that. f/«icn ia( | OB «| Washinston-Harry A. McDonald yesterday won approval of the Senate Banking Committee to head the Reconstruction Finance Corporation, but his appointment still faces a Senate floor fight. * The commillec, which had t h e j nomination bottled up for seven weeks,-volcd yesterday seven t o ! [hree in favor of Ihe former Detroit business man. Senator Uapehart (H-I11), rank- ng Republican on the Banking Committee, has served notice he vill seek to delay floor action un- il the Senate acts on hills to abolish Hie big lending agency or ·CVJEC its loan policies. Capchart vas not present for yesterday's ·ote. Senator Douglas ( D - I I I ) , who voled against McDonald in Hie commillce, said be would ask the Senate to reject him because he believes McDonald is nol "strong enough and tough enough for the job." Long Forces Fall Before Cand date Pledging Cleanup .-..HI.!? Rock-(/P)-If Jeff Speck ?cts the Republican nomination 'or governor of Arkansas, he wants lo oppose Gov. Sid McMath, a Democrat, in the general elcclion. Speck, of Frenchman. 1 ; Bayou, who polled a modern-day record of 50,009 voles in 1950 while losing to McMath, Faid yesterday he lie- liovps that any Republican who wages a vigorous campaign has a good chance of being elected this yea r. Speck, leading Antansas supporter of Gen. Dwight D. Eisen- ho'.vei for the Republican presidential nomination, prcdicleri this year's national election would mark Ihe beginning of a real two- party system in Arkansas and the South. THi OBSHVH 333 More Bailie Casualties In Week Washin?lon-iVP)-A.inouiicod U.S. battle casualties in Korea reached 105,841 today, an increase of 333 since last week. The Weather- Arkansas--Fair and colder this afternoon and tonight; low tonight 26-34; Thursday fair, a litlle warmer in afternoon. Dog Due In Court Los Angclcs-M'j-Claiming she was bowled over by a h i t - a n d - r u n dog, Mrs. Grace Kay, 74, lias sued the dos's owner for $10,981! damages. The pooch, a boxer named Bart, is due in court later to defend himself. His mistress, Mrs. Helen Weiser, denied yeslerday Ihat Bart could have been so' ungentlemanly. Tuck Bishop, who ir.urdercd four men at Springdale back In 11)43, was released from the state prison by trusting officials for a Christmas vacation and promptly took off for parts unknown. Mis escape came to light after Christmas when a Little Rock reporter pried the facts loose. Now, two months later, thj sheriffs jifflcc yesterday received a "photograph, fingerprints and description of Bishop from the prison system. The material came a few days after the sheriff pointed out publicly thai his office had never received so much as a "wanted" poster on Bishop. Elizabeth Taylor To Marry Wilding Tomorrow London-Wj-Elizabcth Taylor and Michael Wilding will be married tomorrow. The 19-year-old American film beauty, dclijihlcd over th= news, told reporters: "It looked like a skimpy week's honeymoon and now it stretches out to eight wonderful days!" Miss Taylor arrived by plane last night from New York for the marriage to Wilding, 30, a British movie actor. Five Hurfln Wreck At Moflell, Okla. Kort Smith. Ark.-l/P)-Five persons were injured--one critically I --in a Iruck-aulomobilc collision ! in nearby Moffetl, Okla., last Sequoyah County Deputy Slier- iff Tom Stipes, X, vas reported in a critical condition. All the injured were brought to a hospi 1 ·' here. Also h u r t were: Howard Ward. 42; Mrs. Evelyn Ward, 37, and Mrs. M i k e Carleton, 39, all of S ·' llsaw, Okla., and Truck Driver Alber! Pcndcrgrass, 43, of Muldrow, Okla. New O r l e a n s - (/PI - Robert :'. Kennon, 41), a country judge, overthrew t h e political might of Gov. Earl K. Long in a landslide victory for governor of Louisiana yesterday. Kennon handed the Long force? their worst defeat since Ihe late 1-lucy P. Lnnc was beaten for governor in bis first attempt in inz-t. Kennon's vlclory in ycslerday's Democratic primary, equivalent to election, was over former staic District Judge Carlos'G. Hpaht of Baton Rouge, whom Governor Lone ' and-pU'kcd to be' hi;: successor. The slale constitution bars the governor from succeeding himself. Lons's four-year term expires in May. Unofficial returns (rnm 1.518 of Hie stale's S.I 13 precincts early today showed: Kennon 35S.13B. K n a h t 2011,441. During his campaign Kennon spoke out strongly against rcnom- inatlon of President Truman. In an early interview loday Kennon said. "I am going to make h«ste slowly on national affairs. 1 think the policy of the Democratic party in Louisiana should be to watch developments and move alona with developments in ' o|-h e r suites. 1 ' .'. , : . . · - . . Louisiana, along with Mississippi, Alabama nnd Soulh Carolina, cast Its electoral votes In 1048 for the Stales' Rights tlckel against the Democratic candidate. Kennon promised Louisiana citizens, the heaviest taxed in the nation, ho v.-ould e l i m i n a t e governmental waslc and reduce taxes. From Burning Liberty Ship Pcii7.ance. Kns.-OT'-T h e i- a t named (.'arisen \"ho refused lo get off the b u r n i n g Libr-rinn ship Liberty was rescued by firemen lo- d.iy. But Us dfspnsitin.i t u r n e d uut to IK such that even confirmed a n i m a l lover.-; aren't petting ii without wearing hcaiy gloves and devices like baseball masks to cover their faces. The cal, given a name by Cornwall residents who recalled the refusal of Capl. Klin Carlscn to quit his wrecked Flying Enterprise, is in a Humane Society case with a bad case of .inters. I t has been alone on the wrecked Liberty since J a n u a r y 10, a day i f l c r Ihe ship was driven on rocks n a storm. Yesterday fire started on the wreck and a nimble fireman /managed In wrap up Carlscn In a potato sack. Aluminum Plant Work Slopped Bcnlon, Vrk. - (IT] - Construction on a 55 million dollar aluminum plant at Hnuxile near here, was at a standstill loday because of a labor dispute. The personnel office at Aluminum Ore Company fald no workers reported even though there was no picket line. A picket line, established yct- terdny by roofing workers, was withdrawn after Circuit Judge F.rncsl Mancr Issued an order temporarily restraining picketing. He was to hear loday a pctl'.lon presented by Keteher Roofing Company, of Little Rock, for a permanent injunction. Tall Is Ready For Eisenhower's Candidacy W.uiiiligtnn-MVSenalnr Tafl in. directly challenged Gen. Dwight D. Eisenhower today lo come out as an active candidate (or t h e Republican presidential nomination. I Cnmmcntini! that he "welcomes" Ihe entry of Gov. Earl Warren of California into (he April I Wisconsin primary, Taft told this reporter: "My only rrgret Is I h a t General Elsenhower hasn't decided to come inlo the race." Wisconsin law requires a candidate's consent for 'ntrv of a slate of delegates in his behalf. Eisenhower has said he is available for the nomination but would not participate in pro-convention activities. Heavy Rains In Central And East Arkansas ; Lltllc Rock-Main fell in hcAvlly concentrated doses in Contraband East Arkansas last night. Other sections of the flale had lighter precipitation, ranging down to as little as .05 Inch at Texarknna. Only Northwest Arkansas had no rain. Heaviest f a l l reported to the U.S. Weather Bureau here was 1.R2 Inches at Georgetown, on the White River. Liltlc Roek had.1.15 inches. The most intense fall was .38 inch during one five-minute period. In Some Areas By New Fall Huge Drifts Piled Up As Winds Whip Through Section Chlcafio-Wj-M o r e s n o w and strong winds struck Midwest areas loday, virtually halting travel in ] some areas. South Dakota nopcared the · hardest hit by the heavy snow with nearly all highway travel halted. But moderate lo heavy falls hit the already snow-covered areas o! North Dakota, Minnesota, Wisconsin and Michigan. - '·*·' Temperatures generally 'were above wro. Strong winds whipped up huge, drifts In' many psrt* o( the snow belt. The blizzard which hit South Dakota yesterday was the third of the winter jcason. Minneapolis reported a fresh fall · of seven Inches, making a total of 12 Inches on the ground- whil* there were 17 inches on the (round at St. Cloud, Minn, . . · freezing rain and «le«t pelted other areas of the Midwest. .New England continued lo dig out from one of the worst snow storms In years. The weekend ·torrn was blamed for 30 deatht. Business M«n .... .T , .; · . · : * To Wear Apron* On Womtn'spdy Business men in, ! - Fayettevllle will wear aprons on Women's Day, February 29. The Chamber of Commerce today . distributed the aprons nnd- display stickers advertising the special event. Fifty businesses arc taking part. The merchants will have ipe- elfil'clferlngi for Febr.uary 29, and plan .Id . make ""the" occasion - a n cyonl_of. unutual interest to «hop- Bond Issues Will Be Asked By Two School Districts Noble a two- Con- Two Washington County school districts will ask their voters to : approve bond issues in the annual ' school election March IS. T h r e e ' districts will seek tax millage in- i creases, while one district is pro- ' posing a reduction in millage. The nine districts in the county this week began advertising the i election as required by law. I j In Fayetlcville district, t w o ! i school direclors will be elected for j three-year terms. The Hoard of j F.ducation is asking voters lo ap- ' prove a 30-rnnl tax levy--the same ' in force at present. | Klkins' board Is proposing a i 550,000 bond issue to run about ( 20 years, for the purpose of ref u n d i n g an outstanding bonded indebtedness with bonds bearing' a lower Interest rale, and for new construction and equipping. The 30-mlll lax proposed Is the same enacled lasi year. One director' will be elected for five years. ' In Washington County (rurali i _ ,. VQCCinotlOn Of Dogs Urged By MoyOr (bailee Soldier Hurt In Gun Explosion Camp Chaffer, Ark.-(/I';-Onc soldier was Injured when a machine gun exploded on a target range 12 miles south of this nr- mored force training center headquarters. Pvt. John C. Carroll.'-23, Paterson, N. ,J., suffered the loss of three fingers on his right hand and chest wounds, the camp P1O said. At the post hospital his. condition was reported as good. Mayor Powell M. nhea cau. Honed loday Ihat dog owners who! have not had their dogs vac-i cinatcd should do so at once. Ani- mats musl be vaccinated before cilv doE licenses may be obtained Mayor nhea noted t h a t the spread nf rabies is noticeable In Bcntonville, where a number of perrons are under special t r e a t - 1 n-.ent. and remarked I h a t "we had \ belter gel busy down here before It strikes us." Long Newspaper t'arrrr Indianapolis-M'i-A young man who was given a "temporary" job on the Indianapolis Nrws more t h a n 70 years ago--the day President Garficld was shot--Is still on nisiricl No. 20, one director will '"'' newspaper today, his D3rd be elected for a five-year term and birthday. He is Hilton U. Brown voters will consider a 30-mill tax ! The News' Associated Press mcm- Willti Sucnodi Pallirion New York-f/Pi-Formcr Undersecretary of State Sumncr Welles yesterday was elected picsidcnl of Freedom Mouse to succeed the late Robert P. Patterson, killed" last month in a plane crash at Elizabeth. N. J. . of a one-room school house at I Sunset. The Indebtedness would be paid out in about 15 years. Springdalc's board is seeking to increase Its millage lo 40 mills' il is now ,'ifi. Farmington voters will vote on a millage of 45 mills--an Increase over Ihe .IB of last year. One director will be elected to a five- year term. West Fork's, board na ,. p rn | )nsK) a reduction In the millage rale from 40 mills to 38. One five-year ·lireclor will be elected. _ Greenland, Lincoln, and Prairie (.·rove are asking no change In millage rales. Greenland now has « mills, Lincoln has .10, and Pral. ric Grove has M milk. snow he is the oldest man now representing a newspaper in AP membership. Poultry Market -The poultry market loday as reported by Ihe University of Arkansas Institute of Science and Technology and the Dairy and Poultry Market News Service of the U, S. Dcparlmcnl of Agriculture. Northwest Arkansas: Market steady; deim.nd f a i r ; volume of trading below normal; offerings reported adequate at all points; prices f.n.b. farm reported lo 1 p. m.--broilerit and fivers all weights, 28-21), mostly 28. I BUUBACK -- Kduardo De Valencia Is butted Into the air by a none-too-friendly bull during a fiesta In Panama City's La Macarena bull ring. The pop- i!'" iV'Wter landed In the Jm p "*'' J" 1 ' "'uriwd later to kill another bull during the lame program. (NEA) Good Neighbor Dinner Al Firminglon Tonight Farmington resident! and Fayetteville business men will get to- gfjlhcr tonight In a good Neighbor Dinner at Farmington High School at 6:3n o'clock. The dinner is the Ihlrd in a series sponsored bv 'the Faycltevillo Chamber of Commerce- during recent months. Proceeds from sale of tickets to the dinners arc used by high school students In the towns visited for such projects as school annuals, Clint Walden, president .of the C. of C., will be spokesman for Fayetteville on the program, which will he broadcast over Radio Station KGRU. Farmlng- on residents on the program will be Fred Kerr, superintendent of schools; Scotty Scott, Lions Club president; O. L. Williams, School Board president; Mrs. n. R. Rusher, P.T.A. president; Victor Williams. , basketball -team captain, and Jimmy F.stes, 4-H Club president. I Relics Left By Lincoln Are Sold At Auction New york-(/P)-Helics of a one- t i m e country-lawyer sold for SIB. 1 ),253 here yesterday. . The lawyer was Abraham Lincoln. The "392 relics were among 842 items in . the famed · ] Lincoln collection of Ihe late Oliver Barret of Chicago, on sale yesterday and today at auction at Parkc-Bernct Galleries. Calf Killed When'Hit By Car On Highway A car driven by James A. Robinson, 57, of 315 Highland Avenue, struck and killed a calf on Highway 6fl about a mile west of j Tnnlilown last night, Deputy j Sheriff Leonard Jones reported i today. He said that Robinson was ! driving cast, meeting a car head! ing west, when the calf wandered ; onto the roadway from the north ; side. Although Robinson ran off i onto the shoulder trying to miss j the animal, his car knocked It i about 30 feet, killing it Instantly, Jones said. Robinson was nol Injured. Jones said the calf belonged lo Woody Stockton 61 T onlitown. Roy Koirra In Hospital Hollywood-(XP)-Roy Jtogers, trif movie cowboy, is In a hospital am! expected to stay there the rest ol the week with a "minor lung congestion." The allmea frUowed a ! virus attack.

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