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· TMimnCOMCMN Of TH» NIWSMMR AP, King and NIA FMtiirt* AttUrrtAV MONDAY IVmiNO, MARCH 31. 1»SJ ^^^^^^B ' ' ---- - · · · · ! · · '"~--s3BncMMMi^t=»cae^5ng5ME^BM^ii^MMMi^^^^^^a^a^^i^.^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^_- Truman Out, Democratic Race Wide Open W \ .' ··^*X- '*-· + · · · . · · ._ -·· ~. ' ~ ' " ~ ~ · A ' · 1 - - . . ' ' · ' · « * · ' · · · ' · ^ : '.- _ . ,, Jl e No Assurance Boost , Wilson's Resignotion Leaves Controls Program In;Doubt : .WasWngton-(#)-Charles -E. Wilson's rejJjfMtlpn' as ' mobilization director in protest at. adinihistfa- tion .steel price policies dimmid hopes today of averting:a nationwide steel strike April « · ' . The industry, resuming peace talks in New York with the CIO United Steelworkers, found'itself with no assurance of a price boost to offset a government-recommended 1714-cent hourly wage" in-, crease. The future, of wage-price, control itself clouded overnight. · Senator Maybank (D-SC)' broke off hearings of his Senate Banking Committee on: the extension of the defense'production act, which expires June 3d,- "until the air has cleared;'}/, ··»··.;-,.'-.." . ' : · · - · · The'.-'ltiture ;· of ·· controls, . Maybank. «»ia,1i»hoUid' riot be deliberated .. ihV»'. ".wave .of · hysteria and confusion;^ charges-.ana countercharges." · . ' . · . : · · '.Truman designated his assistant, John R. Steelman, to, direct the Office.of Defense Mobiliiation until a successor to Wilson is named. The president^ in accepting Wil- .ipn 1 ! . reslghation, declared . the wige.terms recommehded by, the Wag«,,StabilizaLipri Board were *b^ .means, unreasonable." He Mid he believed steel profits were ."many: times higher" than the proposed new .wage',costs., ... 'diyV'Sutmade "effective today. It tbldi-.the- president ;··,that ·; Wilson · fouM i'p9*"^geept public-.arttpons- iBlliiy.' f ior major sta'biliz--»',ion actions, which.I cannot control." The president .voiced regret and Wrecked Before They Are Used Greer Indicates Will Not Seek Office If Carter Is A Candidate »T FLOYD CARL. Jfi; cult Clirk.i Richard C ArkansonsSpeculateOnWho May Be Party's Candidate; Chances Of Russell Boomed Hard To Convince Alaskd Delegates Circuit .Greer, Another Term paid '-tribute to Wilson's "vigor, ioinpetence and effectiveness" in nil .post. . Both the letters were . phrased in'friendly, and respectful terms. But .they disclosed .a vast policy conflict, Increases Not Favored Originally, Wilson f a v o r e d neither wage nor price increases · in steel. He told associates they would have the widest inflation' ary repercussions. When the Wage Stabilization Board' this; month adopted the 1714-cent recommen- ' dation, he protested that'll was "a ' .serious.. threat" ; to economic stability.- 'But he finally conceded that it must' be the basis for negotiation between the industry and CIp's 650,000 -steel unionists. Convinced settlement 'could be reached unless "part of the cost" were, offset by assurance of a steel price ceiling boost, . his letter; disclosed, Wilson flew to Key West last weekend and ob- ·tained what he regarded as an "understanding" to that effect with Truman. But last Friday, Little' : P.'' 'Coxse . of Berryville fllid todsy as a cand idate for reelection as'-prosecutin attorney, of the- Fourth, .judicia Wilson tffid the president, "you changed your mind." This was the day that Truman talked at length with Economic Stabilizer: Roger L. Putnam and , . district. The · district include Washington, Carroll, Madison an Benton Counties. Supreme Court Upholds Madison County Circuit Little Rock -l/Pj- The Suprem Court a g r e e d with Madison County Circuit Court in its dismissal of the suit of W. N. Burri and others against' the Carrol County F'ectric Cooperative Corporation for injuries suffered by Burris' son, Billy Henry, 11. The boy climbed one of the cooperative's poles and was knocked to the ground by a "live" wire The father sued for $45,000, alleging that the pole constituted an "attractive nuisance" to the boy. Price Director Ellis Arnall, both known to. oppose any price boosts | dissented, beyond the existing ceiling for. .rnuls. : By that time Wilson had indicated to the steel companies the government's willingness to adjust prices if necessary. The figure of a $5-a-ton 'increase has The trial court sustained a demurrer by the cooperative and dismissed the. suit. The Supreme Court said it agreed with the lower court that a cause of action "was not stated under the attractive nuisance doctrine . . . or otherwise." · ' Associate Justice Ed McFaddin been mentioned unofficially. The "big six" steel producers promptly ' invited the union into the New York negptions today. Now the price assurance is gone. Truman is on record as strongly · supporting the Wage Board and doubting any need for price com- pcnsation; · ' ' · ' . - ' Officials last night voiced pcssi- . mism of early success in the New York talks--and some steel companies will start banking their fires on Friday in anticipation of a shutdown. Three Are Accused Of Running Car Off Road Deland,-' Fla.-(/pi-Three white rten were jailed here yesterday Good Friday Observance Called For By President Washington-W)-President Truman has called for general nationwide observance of Good Friday, April I I . A March M letter from the'president was made public yesterday by a Washington church g:-oup seeking a three-hour pause in business in the afternoon on Good Friday. In urging "fullest support," the president told the committee its theme of Christian unity "finds an echo in my own heart and mind." ,;Twq· men.-.suffered minor in- · night in" an :autor they were riding was being sought by.police today. , Marion Anglin . .of Springdale, Ro.ute 1, und Blain Hill of Wheeler were taken to the County Hos- lital in a Nelson's ambulance after the car in which they were passengers, driven by Conley Byrd of near Farmlhgloh, sidcswiped , Deputy Sheriff Leonard Jonos :aid Byrd's car swerved across the center line and collided with a eda'n driven by Sammy Smith, 23, Jniversity student from Little lock. Smith and his t\vo passen- jers, Buddy Smith and Leo Mc- )onald, -both students, escaped in- ury. Bryd, who left the accident scene m foot, has been charged with Sunken driving and leaving the ccne of an accident. Anglin and lill, both released from the hospi- al after emergency treatment for minor head injuries, v.'ere charg- d with drunken driving. Sammy mith was charged with operating motor vehicle without a driv- r's license. Saturday morning two cars were amaged, but no one injured in ollision near Winslow on High- 'ay 71. The sheriff's report show- d that a sedan driven by Jimmy ee Pinegar, 21, of Grimes, Iowa, rossed the center line and struck car driven by Oscar Kanton, 40, Wilkinson Takes Quits A$ Monoger J ortniS Boston' Store : here-for the past '11 years, announced today (hat he has', resigned that position and has accepted ah executive position with Pfeifer's of Arkansas May 1. He will be. connected with f'fiefer's Hot-Springs unit, and will reside in Hot Springs. Wilkinson said that he will spend the next tv.'o or three weeks disposing of his rccently-con- ·itructed hnme south of Fayetteville, and will move to Hot Springs before the first of May.' Jerome M. Ney, president of he Boston Stores of Fort Smith and Fayettevillc, said he accepted the resignation of Wilkinson with regret. Ney announced that Charles Crockett, . assistant · to Wilkinson for the past year, has been named acting manager. Miss Betlye^Lou Banks, who has. been with the Boston Store -as office manager for the past 10 years, has been named assistant manager. Both appointments are effective immediately. prominently .mentioned a a DOS ilble candidate 'for' county Judge, ridieated.,it' a called press con- 'erence this mrnlng that he Is a Ikely' candidate, but refused to cdmmit · himself positively. : Greer* circuit clerk since ,1945, said he will not : be a candidate or reelection to his present post. And, he, said, he, will not become candidate for county judge if udge Witt Carter, the incumbent, eeks renominatlon. He expects to reach a decision icfore ApcirSO-- the fast day 1 f6r iling-- but - will ' hot -make any nnounccment before that date, he said. Grecr . said he ha.d been approached two years 'ago to run for the office of county judge,' and was again being asked to seek the office. Pointing to his career as circuit clerk, he said it would be "foolish 'to 'say I have ho Inward desire . to serve the people of Washington' Coi'iity." ; . However,"'he' 'added, common sense tells him that he would be better. off; personally If he retires from , of fice to devote hit time to .private i business. . . ' ' " " ' " :" : ', In ' a . formal -press conferehc'e called ' at his office thi« morning, Greer :pblnt«d to ' 'his ; record u of Accomplishments while: In the circuit, clerk's office. He recall^ that under hte «dmlnUtr»}ion the, opef- B t i p r i p f t h e offlc* ,Has .bf«i "iped. crnlzed. , Previously , record^ 'hid ,n«|p.:3rtpti.- h'e 'aj£Mi--'9iUfeh'%..tlity - ' Little. RocJi-m-Presidcht Truman "certainly was entitled '.to Ve- ''.«·." says one of His' itrongesl supporters in Arkansas, Govern McMath. '' ' · . · "1 think there are a number good 'men who standai hearer-and lead..the .Democrat?, victory, in . November," McMa said j-esterday. ... He namcd-Gov, Adlai Stcvenso of'Illinois,'Senators Esles-Kcfai ver of; Tennessee, Robert. S. Ke of Oklahoma, "Richard B. Russe of Georgia and J. William Fu bright of'Arkansas. .Other -prpmlhcnt Democrats Arkansss greet Mr.. Truman's de cisioh hot to eek reelection wit enthusiasm. · ·-..· f Said former .Ooy. Bisn'-Laney who bitterly opposed the :pres dent's nomination -In 194J an helped spur. r revolt"afalnit th Democratic party by thVState Rlghtcrs: : . · · "I think,he's wise as far as.h personally, It concerned, and It ip pears to. me to be a wise thin for the country." Dr. R. B. Hoblns of Camden national Democratic committee man, said he wasn't surprised.a the announcement, and he though Sen. Richard Russell's'chalice's ,t( get the nomination were improved Most of Arkansas' congrssslpna delegation/viewed the move as i. step toward restoring harmony In Ihe parly. ' . . . . . . ·Senator McClellan and Representative Brooks Hays agreed tha the chances for party peace seemed to be Improved, «rd Representative Mills said the decision should give the convention -a chance i draft a platform .that all .factions : o U 14 -support. /Reprenentatlve Trlriiblt and'.Riipresentallve Harris generally agefctd with .this position ·: Senator: Fulbrlght ; decl»red: Mr riiiman'it 'withdrawal ithoUld five that when Hi- flrtt 1945, ice, 'in depif tment's. Income was $12,145.61 with expenses of $4,7«7.1». In 1951, he saTd the Income had risen to $16,310.15, and expenses to $9,389.51. ' The increased expenditures, Greer ' said, represent for the most part permanent improvements such as microfilming of records, and 'larger amounts of office supplies required as business ils Increased. He . pointed out, lowever, that Ihe net income oi lis department in' '51 exceeded the 45 figure. Would Modernist Operilloni . Should he become a candidate for county judge, Greer, said, he believes he wi dge, ill be , , able to mod- New York City. Pinegar was barged with failure to yield the ght-of-way. ayetteville School ands To Give Concert The annual spring concert of ie Fayetteville school.bands will e presented at 7:30 p. m., lomor- w in Root Gym. Approximately 2 students are in the beginner, nior, and senior bands under the rcclion of R. W. Willis. Tickets may be purchased from y band member or at the door. Two Killed, Three Hurt In Omaha Plane Crash Omaha-fffV-The deputy director o." operations .for fighters at Strategic A'ir Command and one of and accused of deliberately causing an automobile wreck In which four Negroes were killed. Stole Highway Patrolman Jim Tapscolt testified at a coroner's Inquest tlmt evidence Indicated » . rar driven,by Ronald Smith, 21, of Deland, ran the Negroes' car Off the road. Smith was charged with cul. pable negligence while Intoxicated. .Donald Harper, 2», of Palatka, ·nd .Charle. Monk, II, of Forwt MlM., were charted an accei. 18 off (i * n l«d running the Tornado Prediclion-For A While-Stirs Up Activity In Oklahoma Before Danger Passes (By The Associated Tress) A tornado prediction stirred up hornet's nest of activity in Oklahoma last night, hut It fizzled at the last moment. The official Weather Bureau announcement went like this: "There Ic a possibility of tornadoes occurring in extreme South Central or Southeastern Oklahoma tonight before midnight." When It wai broadcast over the radio, the Weather Bureau, Highway Patrol, local police department!, anJ news bureaui were iwamped with calls asklnt where tnr tornade hit OfflcUli «x- plained there was no tornado- yet. Later In the evening, the Weather Bureau said the disturbance area had cleared and the possibility of a tornado had become remote. Rain and hall hit Stephens and Jefferson Counties and thunderstorms moved north and pn.«l to Arrimore and Oklahoma City, ·Tinker Field observers said tor- nadlc conditions existed within « 40-mile radlui of Gainesville, Texas. Two Inches of hall covered fields between Cominehe and Ad- dlnfton, en U.S. HI, one metorlrt mid. his assistants were killed today in the crash of a B-25 bomber attempting to- land at Offutt Air Force Base. Three others were injured. LI. Wayne Bradley, public 1 information officer, said Brig. Gen. Jesse D. Anton of Da Mossville, Ky., deputy director of operations for fighters, and Lt. Col. Edwin R. Bush,. Burbank, Calif., who worked for Auton in the operations office, were killed in the crash. Injured were 1st Lt. Joseph G. Boss, Sa!cm. Va., internal injuries and lacerated scalp; St. Arthur Berkowitz, Omaha, abrasions and possible internal injuries; and Pfc. At'..s L. Boles, Los -Angeles, assigned at Kelly Air For« Base, Texas, fractured left leg, Internal injuries and multiple abrasions, None of thi Injured was in serious condition. ernize' operations of that office as he did the circuit clerk's. He said he believed much criticism leveled at the office in the past could be eliminated. "A progressive man in the office of county judge could make rapid strides," Greer said, "ren- dering'the people less critical." He pointed out that many of these strides have .already been taken by Judge Carter during his four years in office. He pointed to permanent Improvements such as concrete bridges and culverts which, he said, will trim the county's highway maintenance bill sharply in the future, making more money available for work on the roads. In addition, he said, during Representative .Tackett, * candidate for -'(inventor, · declared: "It'J the greatest' news .to greet the A m e r i c a n ' p u b l i c ' d u f i n g my three and one-half years In Congress .Representative Gainings declined -to comment. · T Mrs. Jack' Csrnes, Democratic national committecwoman.'sald the president's decision should 'open the Democratic convention and give "a lot of room for though'* about, a .possible successor, She hinted she might support Senator Russell. Poultry Market -- The poultrj market today as .«- ported by the University of Arkansas Institute of Science and Technology and the Dairy and Poultry Market News Service of the U. S. Department of Agriculture. , . Northwest Arkansas market steady to firm, demand good, volume of trading heavy, offerings adequate to liberal, 'prices paid f. o. b. farm, brolleri and fryeri all weight!, 21-2J cents a lo. mostly as, with me lot at 28 cents. , Judge Carter's administratloi many miles -of highway were graded and graveled, putting many county roads Into good condition and further-reducing, the future maintenance bill. Two Are Questioned In Series Of Thefts Bentonville-(Special)-Two teenage boys were being held in the county jail for questioning this morning in connection with the theft of an automobile from the Fred Haxton farm and. at leasl three other break-Ins. - The youths were arrested In Conncrsvllle, Ind., by Indiana State Police Friday. The Haxton car was found abandoned at Mount Olive, 111. Al the time of their arrest the youths were driving another car allegedly stolen at Mount Olive. Deputy Karl Rife, who returned with the hoys last night, said they arc wanted for questioning In connection with . a burglary at the Bcntonvllle airport March 7 In which some 29 Items were taken. An, airplane, belonging to Dr. James Jackson of Bentbnvllle, was alco vandalized. Hire sold Ihe car the boyn were driving »t (he time of their arrest carried Arkansas plates which were originally on the Haxton cur, Indiana police fired Into the car to stop the youths, Rife said. li CaMMale Little Rock-MVPulaikl County Sheriff Tom Oulley May filed at · candidate for rt-fttctlon. ' Mrs. Truman Is Pretty Good As Secret Keeper Washington-W|-Thore Is one thing for certain--Mrs, Harry S. Truman can keep a secret. The story Is that President Tru- t.ian. whispered to Speaker of the House Sam Rayburn at Saturday night'; Jefferson-Jackson Day dinner that he Intended to announce he would not be a candidate for reelection. "Nobody knows but Bess that I'm going to do It," Truman is quoted as saying. The only llpoff was' that In recent weeks ;Mre .Truman has appeared happfir and more relaxed, t is no secret that she has found Anchorage, Alaski-Wl-Alaska' delegates to the Democratic tu tlpnaj convention hojst. to launch "Draft TrUmah" movement, Ni tiona] Com mi tier man Stanley McCutchcon. said today. McCutcheon, chairman of Aias ka's convention., delegation, tal Al»slia "will malif an unqualified motion . . , most rcsi)e',tKclyixlc manding that President Truma accept oUr nomination to contlgu as president of tly. United Statts. No Organized (rim h Arhiiuu, b Report tittle'' Rock-(#hThe're : '.|iV ; n 'general pattern of specific, .or ranlied' crlrne" In Arkansas, My he chairman of "the slate Crim Committee, v , _ ; Rep. William Purlfoy of Ouachi .a Courityl chairman of 'the Arkah IBS Legislative Ccjindl'iiCrime «'ni ·tthlcs Committee, laid last nigh hat his cohjhilttee ; found " tha crime' in Arkansas IS "sporadic nd .Isolated, 1 '-* · ,, ' ' · . . However, Purlfoy Mid the com mlttee 'did find cues where ;ioc» polite officers -"refralnexl f r f t m lojlng out bopkmiken «nd other mill ··gamblers'." '-/ ; '.- :·'·'·· '·'.'-'·',;·'·'.· He said there'.were j'lsolatec eaB*'- where local rlaw . *hfHrcfc ment 'was · lax. H» /declined to ahie the «re«»,,but sald-thit adme out-of-sttte direction" of »«mb- ng In Hot Spring! Was dlicov'er- ed.' Givii Aviation Washington '.-' '(/P.) '-. The' first .merican woman : filer to win;a ederal pilot's license has quit her ovcrnmcnt job because she says ic Truman administration l« 50- allzlng civil aviation.' Phpebe.l'V mile resigned as special assistant the Office of 'Aviation Develop- ent of the Civil Aeronautics Ad Infatratipn. She 'reported;; "I resigned from. CAA because, --nftcr. devoting ,11 years of my r c- to aviation -- I can no longer illingly nit by and watch the rumah .administration socialize vll aviation In the Unteri States, he present trend in CAA policy mmlttees can lead only; 'to the quldation of America's aviation dustry,, forcjng It .Into govern- ent ownership." 1 President Says He Will Stick ; By Decision , * £ Stevenson Declines To Store He Will . Rejett Nominot on ' Washinglon-MSVPrisldent Tr4 man convinced ail hut the moif stubborn Truman dlf-h«rdj today that he i» 'draft-proof ' Many seemed Inclined to to along with Mr. Truman's choice: as FUcccworof Cav,-Adtal Steven- on of Illinois--II Stevenson vdU run-^-but three avowed preiiden* Hal candidates',already In'the field claimed new support end brightened prospects Mi- Truman Saturday flight near the end of a "live M hell': speeich agalnit the Republican! at * linO-a-plate"-Deinocr«fc,.Mily. h« departed from hti'preptred text to . :i- *har n^: ;be ; » : .cAndldiSi · tor reflection;.! iiave nerved my'wuriJ' try : lorif .*nd,.";I . think;;; efficiently and. honestly:',": .;.'.,;.,..' ·"·· ''·'·;··"/· ' ' . : , . . . lion.. I J9jnot;f««l'.thiV it'll my duty to spend another four Vein \ in the While Home ... ." '. ...... ,;· The more than .1,000 dinert packed in|« : the . Na'ttoiiiJ. Armory had applauded frequently .but «wi;.:f too .-. durini hii-ipeech. HSwever; when he »ade;lhii: announcement tb*r« aroie,"cjie«'ol "Ntti l»o.* ' '.V. ' .' / ltiw»j.w«e atill Bilk JfoftjpracUdl poll' - - the role of first lady trying. It's lonely for a woman who likes simple friendliness, rather than the stiff formality that prevails in the White House. Little Rock-W-Dr. John R. Steelman, assistant to President Truman, w.ijl speak at the annual convention of the Arkansas p^st- masters May R-10 in Little Rock. Western Postponed Temporarily Washlngton-f/P)-A s t r i k e of 31,000 \v-5tern Union telegraph company employes was postponed today at the government's request, It was due to start at midnight The postponement was ·: announced by Federal 'Mediation Commissioner J. R. Maridelbaurn, who said the AFL -Commercial Telegraphers Union pr. b a b l y would set a new strike date later In the day. Belgium Short of Finds Bru3sels-(/P)-Belgium is short 240 million dollars for this year' defense effort and may fail to meet her commitments to the North Atlantic ' Triaty Organlza tlon, It was learned today. . 'niman wcllw) into aomethijif bit lid '.'emotional .S«fel ; ,*«yen tear- Irrlng when He'itepjpied-- up :«t *sterd»y'i; r«eeptlonioi ;addrej» J,OQO .followi party workeh *hile the' ballroom :.( orcheitn ,; played "Hall to- the Chief" and '-'I'm. in Love. With X'Wondefful Guy."; £,h»d._a -ha^d · tjme gettinf parted, -go /insistent were the applause ; arid cheerj: ; -. · ..' . . - ' . : . - . want Truman" ' Many Volunteer Help In Getting Clothes And Bedding To Tornado Disaster Sector The Red Cross has not been lacking for help In preparing goods foi shipment to the tornado dlsastei relief headquarters, Mrs. Mable C, Braden announced today. More t h a n $5,000 was raised by n»dio Station KGRH, and Arkansas Motor Freight and Washington Transfer trailer trucks already have taken a total of 10.345 poundt of clothing and bedding to he used In the tornado struck region of Arkansas. Fifty men, women and children Grove, the 'Red Cross reported today, and said everything was clean, some clothing was provided- by stores from their new «tock, and all clothes donated were wearable, The chapter's Motor Service, with others who volunteered to vse their own cars, gathered the cloth- Ing throughout the week. The Dr. Pepper Bottling Company provided a pickup truck, and Johnny Ta'ckelt'- Plumbing Company of Lincoln brought In clothing from Lincoln, Prairie Grove and.Bethel .'orked during the week of March 2.1 to March 2(1. University students, Boy Seoul?, women from various clubi, and Gray Ladlet sorted, packed *nd lied, and Bay Scouts collected boxei from ail over town. Donation* came from ilklns, Prairie Grove, Bethel Jrove, Lincoln, Ml. Comfort, Salem, Savor «nd Fiyett«vlII«, Volunteer workers were commended for their help. One volun. leer, In particular, Mrs, J. i, Arpln, warked nine . houn each. day, letting up the lortlng, pick- Ing and · tying procedure!, Mr*. Braden laid. KGRH manager Fred Stevenson said today that. tt.UO had J)Hfl collect* «t tke r*dl* itttkt ' Cries, of ."We kept;'in'terrupt|ng, ' but' fitially : .lie ,urged them to ["fet- in there . ! and '·' pitch" /or i) November victory . : 8e : promised 'to work »i.: enthujl- astlcally for the party ticket 'its" if I were on It." · ·".' :: S W«rM Headline Neiri ' ' ' ' · · ' · ^ ': Most of. .the, world'i '.presf- ban-. ner-llned : Truman'i decision "to step down, but it had not yet been published in Moscow. · London papers .stressed the "shock" and "confusion" they foresaw among. Democrats. Japa- Siese papers played, the news big. but editorially as a "trial balloon." - ,'·" '': '"t::^' British fohner Prime" Minister ' Clement Attlee declined comment. Maurice. Schumah," French jecre^ tary. of state for foreign .affairs, applauded Truman's "wisdom for knowing when to quit.' 1 West German clrcjcs worried. about futttri U.S. foreign policy. Danish Foreign' Minister, Olc Bjoern Kraft «i pressed hope it would be this same at laid down by Truman. Sen NomliuliM »f Winter The president kept silent on his' choice of,, a successor.' - Governor Stevenson seemed more receptir'e toward the nomination than formerly. As other political leaders began trotting out "favorite aonj"'. and "dark horses," there were few ; who thought the president would ; not .take an active interest in ae- lection of a new standard bearer/ , He told the reception:. . " "1 am just as sure-u that. I am standing here that the Democratic convention in July will nominate, winner." ' : · · ' ' · · . ' . " ' . Steveiwin -wms atked directly or, NBC I'Meet the Press" teleyirtoc ' program;. i'WIll you »ar that yin ; CONTINUED ON PAOt TWC' \

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