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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - July 31, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                NATIONAL WfA1HCK SfKVtCt fOIICAST 19 7 AM ISt -74 DEATHS writ., juiy 31. Meeting wifh Robert Frye, Former Job Office Head, Dies Ulty UOUnCI Itobert Fry InrmT heart Firemen Ask i Continued from Pace 1.) i i v T fl Mayne Terms Papers Improper, Not Fraudulent lOWItT TtMMftAruXtS ,.i f DALIA8 have a of the Iowa employment with the city'council to Ceeai (jjscuss manpower problems on .July F'lr' Tile request was in a letter Frye headed the employment from C; 1 commission office from Jan-.local iuary, 1959 lo October, He Fire Fighters iivas an assistant manager of n i Holiday Inn in Fort Dodge at tile tune o: (ieatn. Burial was in Oehvein. leased on personal bond pending outcome of that appeal. Gesell said he had put Wa- tcrgate out of his mind and i Continued from Page l.i would he far more severe." lof liie sole power of impeach- .....ment vested bv the Constitution of Camtocha and Nixon s uncer- jn Of'representatives, payment of his income taxes; itjchard M. had a solid nucleus of support Nixon has acted in ii manner Khrlichman iden- among the Democrats as po.ssi- conirary to his triist as IV-.- .meni 01 20-month to live year sen- impeachable offenses. idciit and subversive ol cons'itu- of ttncvs on each of three counts; Hep. Conyers iD-Mich.i. who tional government, to the great on which he had been found'offered the Cambodian bombing prejudice of the cause of law Hayes could not be reached bu( ,hp sentences1 article, said concealment of the and justice, and to the manifest, for comment tmt Vi, uy )U.. ;hr injury of !ho of the Hichard Corngan. a member of American people -presents in ed States. the local executive board, said [iarkor evidence of impeach- Wherefore, Hichard .M. Nixon Mrs. Merrill Isaacs 70 1_J 70 UM Wf A1WK f CKOCASJ Rain is expected Wednesday night over the Dakotas and most of the Gulf coastal states. Clear to partly cloudy elsewhere. Lorene M. Isaacs. fi'J, of route Ihe meeting is wanted to discuss a shortage of fire fighters. s gal activity that was typical of "We conduct." sueii conduct, warrants im- Record-- Four Arrested On Pot Charges the regime you so strenuously The debaie over article pt'K'hment and trial, and remo- Hayes said the meeting is mil opposed in 'Cuba." He added produced melancholv echoes of from office. Cedar liapids. widow of Mer- b.-ing requested to discuss as- ,hat wht.n -waM, lilkl. Vietnam jrill Isaacs, died Wednesday signmeiit changes made of Wiir nlos[ Republicans Dr.ll Call I after a long illness. May reduce overtime pay- iK poiming out that Nixon inherit- On Subpoenas, j Cedar Hapids since March of Fielding's olfice in Beverly w for i this year. thV'mectin'if wa' !fnsatkcd were cast by'Democrats. Nine WASHINGTON ,AI'i Hen- Surviving is a son. Larry, ne plumbers ,n ma search hy h .route 3. Cedar Hapids: a grand-; -jew firef fighters won- ap-; or informalum about, joined ,7 in k., f hmont :son; a sister, Minnie Jones. f-afety who leaked the Pen- it considered bv the house iudici- j Louis; two brothers, Irvin -Steinbeck Wednesday.' lagon Papers to the press. arv committee Tuesday: 'leman. Edwardsville and Leon- but the department is still sev- Six persons associated with eral persons short of its author- the former White House Subpoenas to add ard Berleman Ft Wayne Ind strength of 150. "plumbers- special The Weather I PILCiPi ka. Aikins; Crcisluon Sliepani, j. persons were charged Fifteenth street SK, eneh, lu-sulls "uc I fined san and costs. William j with possession of a controlled: ,Settle, DaUnvot.d avonueisubstance after they were ar- Services and burial will be D TL i from the Herr funeral home in Steinbeck said although he .live unit have been convicted AT U. I Heater Collinsville. 111., on Saturday. canno' speak for the rest of the Watergate-related crimes. Kuba funeral home east was in '-ouneil he thinks it would have ligil "Bud" Krogh, iD-Tcxasi led the effort to article covering Nixon's taxes and the use of government! to improve his private! Iv at San Clemcnte and'Mo. SE; Steven Frcilinscr. Central 'rested at p.m. Thursday al RMd the-; JSE; David Brill. 1222 and a Third street and Brendai Police arrested: Sally R. 19, and Clarence The four were arrested in a Anchorage L.Angelei Bi 49 Atlanta 90 Miami 8B 75 .1 Bismartk 8161 Min'apolis 7a 53 Chicago M M N.Orleans 91 70 Denver 87 59 New York 69 70 Dululh 67 48 Phoenix 107 68 Honolulu 89 77 Seattle 67 59 Houston 9778 Washington 8870 _______ M-Missinq 'Hart. Anamosa, each fined P Extended Forecast-Fair n-1 i b i e e s e day through Sunday. Lows in; nisohcyinr a traffic signal 20, both of 624 G ave- 50s and highs in the upper Henderson, 2317 Fifth nue Michael Richnian, 20, and low 80s. C. R. Weather High Tuesday........... Low overnight Noon Wednesday 2 p.m. Wednesday Precipitation Total for July Normal for July ............3.58 Normal through July ......20.19 Total for 1974..............31.49 Barometer, rising Humidily at noon avenue SE, fined S20 and eosts. of 1047 Regent street NE; and Dorothy Peck, A avenue Jarnes Stout, Omaha. NW, fined S10 and eosts. Disobeying a stop sign Ralph Renshaw, 1816 M after police received a com- ir ihe article: ;ii. Oemon'M.- !'J Donnhue, jks. T e x a s; Kastennicier, Calif.; been more "diplomatic" if thejman's deputy in the White j "t lie'Impeach' "Sarbancs! fire fighters had come to him'House and co-director of Md-: ScibcrliiiK, Ohio; Daniel- ,vu, Chief Edsel MeMickle be-iplumbers, pled guilty to an Mc2vinsky'said holh N.Y j'o formerly of. K moclin8 "'Hhi identical conspiracy count last.wronRdoing and of h o r n t n n, Ark.; Holtzman, on renufkw Tceda November and has been pofvers wre involv'cd Own, IJjah; idn mos ofhisliei have hccn "tossed 1 c a s e d alter serving backdaljn, o[ dced a gift of Roy Jackman Hoy Jackman Wilson Rapids r' died Monday in has the fire chief nor anv of his i. CUIVUIIIIA lowing a long ,1 ness. He born March 30, 1884. in Alfords-iSajt] villc, Ind, .59 SW, fined S20 and costs. Failure to follow marked plaint some youths were smok- ing marijuana at the theater. Want Specifics Mr. Jackman was a member! raised the money for Ihe Field- of Maine lodge, IOOF. He is! ,hink tne myselfiing breakin. pled guilty in June survived by a daughter, one count of obslruclion of Weymer of Cedar .Rapids. Colson Term presidential papers, for which Against the article: 17. u c Nixon claimed a income Democrats against: 2.....Flow- tax deduction. Ala, Mann, S.C. i Counsel Charles Colson, who A quantity of marijuana was .831 highway Fredrick Cress. P0'nl' S'5 ..l.DD s Control of vehicle violation: Dale Aikman, Tipton. fined) .62% and costs. Defective Equipment Bob-i by Caldwell, route 3, fined S10I Private graveside were conducted Wednesday. !specifics are. Maybe it's a mal-jjuslice for sceking to dissemi- servicesi lat could havc becn nan1nate damaging information died within 4U- J-----'-----' After an investigation, the In- ternal Revenue Service disal- lowed the deduction and billed Nixon for in back taxes. Burial: Czech National. Turner chapel east was in charge of rangements. matter of policy or procedure. department as Ellsherg. He is serving a d, "t don't, 1-3 year prison lerm. E. Howard Hunt. former and 6 and costs. ,i Responsibility to minors vio- Wmd direction and velocity at ,ation _ Carol Wrighu 1502 2 p.m. NW at 5 mph. I Fifteenth avenue SE. fined S25 Sun rises Thursday, sun and costs. sets. Year Ago Today High, 77; low, 66; rainfall, none. Traveler's Forecast Thursday Weather, Hi-Lo Bismarck -......Cloudy 80-52 Chicago ............Fair 77-67 Cincinnati ........Fair 83-61 Cleveland .......PtCldy 78-58 Des Tshwrs 80-67 Detroit ............Fair 81-55 Indianapolis .....PtCldy 85-64 Kansas City.....Tshwrs 88-67 Milwaukee ......PtCldy 74-58 Mpls.-St. Paul .Cloudy 77-56 Omaha..........PtCldy 85-58 St Louis.......PtCldy 90-67 Sioux Falls......Cloudy 80-56 Mississippi Stages (Flood stages in brackets) LaCrosse (12) 5.2, rise .5 Lansing (18) 8.4, no change Dam 12.9, no change McGregor (18) 6.9, no change Guttenberg (15) 4.2, no change Dubuque (17) 7.3, rise .1 Davenport (15) 5. fall .5 Kcokuk (16) 5.1, rise .1 Meter violation Jobn Ho- Iwell, 4417 Mt. Vernon road SE, Striking: unattended vehicle _ John Chase, 712 Seventh street SW, fined and costs. Debris in streets violation Perry Rooney, 381 Fifteenth street SE, fined and costs. Failure to yield right of way after stop Robert Hunter, 1248 Fourth avenue SE, fined and costs_. Yellow line violation Diane Kisling, Center fined and costs. FHAAidToNip Building Slump CHICAGO (AP) The pres- ident of the Carpenters union, whose members have been hard hit by the slump in housing con- struction, says federal mort- gages at low interest rates should be provided to combat skyrocketing mortgage rates. William Sidell told dele- gates to the union's 1974 conven- tion on Tuesday that the time! has come "to remove the hous-j ing industry from the free en- terprise banking system. "In its place, I propose that Memorial Services Matteson, Ada Noon think it's tactful to come J Fieldi ation] got with ultimate surprises. immunity from prosecution for Thursday west by at Turner chapel 'the Kev. Martin Laughlin. There will be a cre- mation committal. Friends may call at Turner west until a.m. Thursday. The casket will not be opened after the service. Booth, Elizabeth (Libbie) p.m. Thursday at Turner chape] west by the Rev. Everett The six officers appointed to the department Wednesday are Michael W. Henson, 142 Twen- tieth avenue SW; Leonard D. Drake, Garrison; Brian L. Rauch, 6520 Laurel lane NE; Kevin F. Sterenchuk, 600 Tenth street SE; Richard G. Larson, 106 Fisher street, Hiawatha; ihis testimony. He, like Liddy, Barker and Martinez, was found guilty in the Watergate breakin. K. Burham. Burial: Palo ceme-1and Robcrt w Chapman, 100 tcry. i Republicans against: 1.) Hulchlnson, Mich.; Smith, N.Y.; Sandman, N.J.; Railsback, 111.; Wiggins. Calif.; Dennis, Ind.; Fish, N.Y.; Mayne, Iowa; But- 1 Icr, Va.; Cohen, Maine; Lott, has set us, a Miss. FrocnUch, Moor- saidjhead, Calif.; Maraziti, N.J.; "The President very sorry ex Mayne. "Even if it was tech-lliaua. Onio- nieally legal, it was highly im- proper to claim such a huge deduction for his personal papers. But much as f deplore it, the question is, did he com- mit Mayne said he did not. but only followed the advice of tax David Young, co-director the plumbers and former deputy j '_______ to Henry Kissinger, then Nixon's j -r- national security affairs adviser, j ArTICle j I eXl' Failure To Turn Twenty-seventh street, Marion. and Felipe De Diego, who par- ticipated in the Fielding break- in, got immunity from any "i prosecution. Resisting an officer Doug- the federal government broaden _ T -n_i------- -i cfl the Federal Housing Adminis- tration and provide funds direcl- y to the citizen" at interest las L. Petersen. 156 Twentieth street drive NW, two days in Linn county jail with credit for time served. Iowa Deaths Monticello George H. Moenk. 82. Friday at 11. Visita- tion after 10 Thursday at Goettsch's. Belle Plaine Harry B. [Allen. 85. Thursday at "l at i Peffers-Halverson's. Manchester Lillie Jarvis, i83. Thursday at 10 at St. Mary's. Wake scripture service Cedar at C.R. (13) 3.93, fall Wednesday at 8. Visitation Boh- .04 after 2 Wednesday at i -ii i i I nenkamp's. L-oralVllle L3K6 Wellman Charles Martin, Poo! level Wednesday 683.13 57, Monroe, Mich. Thursday at j Wednesday at Powell's. Births Mercy July 30 To the families of Spencer Soronsnn. route 1, Marion, a daughter; Craiff Hite, 840 Oakland road NE. a son. July 31 To the families of David Stnrcr. 202fi Mansfield Randalia George Grimes. 70. Graveside services Friday at 10. Delsing-Wright's, Maynard. Garnavillo Clarence Mora- rend, 80. Thursday at St. Paul's Lutheran church. Tuecke-Al- lemstein's. j rates "in the 4 or 5 percent cat- egory." Current mortgage interest rates are about double those sought by Sidell. He described his proposal as a way out for his members, who have an unem- ployment rate estimated at 12 percent because of the housing slump. Officials of the National Assn. of Home Builders reported two million housing starts in 1973, but current seasonally adjusted estimates call for a decrease of units in 1974. June hous- ing starts were 26 percent below last year's (Continued from Page 1.) creased to 4.5 percent from 4.8 percent in said Stewart Cort, Bethlehem board chair- man. U. S. Steel Chairman E. Governors Hail T- i (Continued from Page 1.) Chance To Work I On U. S. Budget ALBUQUERQUE, N. M. (AP) House agreement to Over Evidence WASHINGTON (AP) i lowing is the text of Article III of the impeachment resolution i approved by the house judiciary Speer said return on sales was only 6.6 percent, compared with 10.2 percent in 1859. However, Speer described the improvement over the previous year as "encouraging because it indicates that a level of profi- tability is emerging which can stimulate steelmaking expan- sion within the domestic steel industry." Several Optimism other major steel avenue SE. a son; Gerald Clark, Oelwein Jessie fifiOS Kclburn lane NE, a son. [Thornton, 59. Friday at 2 at r, i i i I Christ. United Presbyterian Births bt. Luke S j church. HinU's. July 3fl To the families of j Tipton Burdette E. Agne. Melvin Kami, Belle Plaine, a daughter; Jim Foster, Twenty- fifth avenue. Marion, a daugh- ter-. 91. Friday at at First: United Methodist church. Visi- Dye's. Aurora Walter Bird. 75. Friday at at St. Paul's Lutheran church. Kreussel- Fawcclt's, Lamont. Mary Hines, all of Ccdari Van Ilornc Ida Thompson, Tiapids. Bradley Kiburz and 76. Friday at at Salem Elizabeth Lusk, both of Marion. United Methodist church. Visi- Marriaqe Licenses Floyd McDowell and Sally Weller, Steven Zamnstil and Marriages Dissolved Julia Kay and Aubrey V. Unit Sefs Final Plan for Smokey WASHINGTON (UPI) The after 3 Thursday at [house agriculture committee has unanimously approved ar- rangements for Smokey the Bear, when he dies, to be re- turned to his birthplace in New Mexico. A proposed joint senate-house tlll.--L 111UII.1I. V l.-l- J Thursday at Fell-! resolution adopted by the panel Tuesday provides that when the firms also expressed optimism over increased profits in rep- porting quarterly earnings ear- lier this month. The domestic steel industry raised prices on most products after federal economic controls expired April 30. U. S. Steel's hike came in three steps, averaging 13.5 percent over its product line. Speer. who has said the com- pany plans no further signifi- cant price hikes this year, said demand for steel products and most of the corporation's steel remain year Earnings Levels Speer said more consult state and local officials in lhe federal budget-making process has been hailed by gov- ernors as a breakthrough in fed- eral cooperation. The first of a series of meet- ings on the budget involving state and local representatives will be in Washington shortly after Sept. 1, Kenneth Cole, President Nixon's chief econom- ic adviser, said Tuesday at the 1974 Western Governors' Confer- ence here. "We're looking for their input, their suggestions on things to be done and where programs can be Cole said in discussing the plan with Governors Calvin Rampton, Utah Democrat and chairman of the National Gover- nors' Conference, and Daniel Evans, Washington Republican. Evans, chairman of the na- tional conference last year, said the decision represented a new spirit of cooperation between the Nixon administration and has mot been embraced or ac-j cepted." Deputy Press Secretary Gerald Warren told reporters Tuesday that the view at the White House was that the house should not "shirk its responsi- bility" and pass the buck to the senate. He also expressed Nix- 'committee: on's "firm confidence" that he would not be impeached by the house. In his conduct of the office of, Latta, Ohio. President of the United Richard M. Nixon, contrary to! his oath faithfully to execute the office of President of the United States and, to the best of his ability, preserve, protect, and defend the Constitution of the For the article: 12. Demo- crats for: 12 Brooks, Texas; Kaslenmeier, Wis.; Edwards, Calif.; Hungate, Mo.; Conyers, Mich.; Waldie, Calif.; Drinan, Mass.; Rangel. N.Y.; Jordan, Texas: Holtzman, N.Y.; Utah; Me7.vinsky, Iowa. Against the article: 26. Democrats against: :htie, Mass.; Eilberg, Pa.; Flow- ers. Ala.; Mann, S.C.; Sarbanes, iMd.; Seiberling, Ohio; Baniel- Ison. Calif.; Thornton, Ark.; Ro- dine, N.J. Republicans against: 17 iHutcm'nson. Mich.; McClory, 1111.; Smith, N.Y.; Sandman, N.J.; Eailsback, 111.; Wiggins, Calif.; Dennis. Tnd.; Fish, N.Y.; Mayne, Iowa; Hogan, Md.; But- ler, Va.; Cohen, Maine; Lott, Miss.; Frochlich, Wis.: Moor- head, Calif.; Maraziti, N.J.; axes For the article: 12. Demo- crats for: !2 Brooks, Texas; Kastonmcicr, Wis.; Edwards, Calil.: Conyers, Mich.; Eilberg, Pa.; Seiberling, Ohio; Daniel- son, Calif.; Rangel, N.Y.; Jor- dan, Texas; Hollzman, N.Y.; United States, and in Rodino, N.J. of his constitutional duty to take: Against the article: 26. Dem- care that the laws be faithfully [executed, has failed without lawful cause or excuse to pro- things as authorized duce papers and directed by duly subpoenas issued by the Com- mittee on the Judiciary of the House of Representatives on April 11, 1974. May 15, 1974, May 30, 1974, and June 24, 1974, and willfully disobeyed such subpoe- nas. The subpoenaed papers and LaUa. Ohio, things were deemed necessary! ocrats against: 9 Donohue, Mass.; Hungale, Mo.; Waldie, Calif.; Flowers, Ala.; Mann, S.C.; Sarbancs, Md.; Drinan, Mass.; Thornton, Ark.; Owens, Utah. Republicans against: 17 Hutchinson. Mich.; McClory. 111.; Smith, N.Y.: Sandman, N.J.: Railsback, 111.: Wiggins. Calif.; Dennis, Ind.; Fish, N.Y.; Mayne, Iowa; Hogan, Md.; Btit- Icr. Va.: Cobcn, Maine; Lott. Miss.; Frochlich. Wis.: Moor- head, C a 1 i f.; Maraziti, N.J.; Nixon has begun giving up the Watergate tapes 'he fought to keep out of the hands of Water- gate prosecutors. That battle lost in the su- preme court. Nixon Tuesday had 20 of the 64 tapes special prosecutor Leon Jaworski sub- poenaed for use at the cover-up trial delivered to U. S. Judge John Sirica. An index and analysis which may contain fresh claims some of the taped conversations should be kept secret on grounds of national security or !_____ executive privilege-was prom-demonstrated by other evidence idents wno graduated Aug. 2 ised for Wednesday. be substantial grounds forjfrom Scott Community college. Presidential defense lawyer] impeachment of the Th0se receiving degrees in- James St. Clair promised Sirica [In refusing to produce these by the committee in order toj Gmcjuation Held At Scott College resolve by direct evidence fun- damental, factual questions re- lating to presidential direction. DAVENPORT Eastern knowledge or approval of actions I ]owans Were among those stu- j :_ other levels andja portion" of the papers and things Richard M.i Delhi Dennis Covington; :__ ,._j._ _ 1 Is expcced a recognition of growing leader- cminillg ,.ccoVdi in s ot he res. o t el'shiP al lhc nalional lev1-" b-v lhc along with do :in sliong thi. itst. ol govcrnors_ iiainine to the conve dings hv Fri- Davisson. Judv Ann and P.v.- Sills. Ann L. and Douglas j D. Ortberg. Francis M. and; anrl Nathan Cnhn. Douglas D.' and Elizabeth A. Vancler Meer. Fires Dysart'- Roy black bear expires TTYM.nv -ii at Over-! i ,1 M -im hom m the Na- i ,1 M at his long-time home m the Na lional too here, he be returned Exports Are WASHINGTON (AP) The p.m. Tuesday. Orra.sc'commerce department has in- firp in rousting pit at 4747 First fcreascd the maximum permis- avcnue SE. i 10'41 p.m. Tliesdav. Possible r eicarrl tn trash roiilainrr at Mane and natural gas liquids lo HID First avenue NW. :3.4 million barrels for the July- a.m. Wednesday. The maxi- mcmorial- The resolution was a toned down, businesslike and blunter version of the original draft sibl'e exports for propane, bu- that avoided direct reference nitnillllll Hjlllll fire Ihroush carburetor 3707 First, avenue SK. about Smokcy's eventual death, Nixon, substituting his Mark Lowe; Wil- documents per- as to what materials were Kevin Puls; Oxford Junc- llaining to the conversations. icssary for the inquiry. interpo-jtjon <_ chapin; Wapello budget meetings will in-' The'judge now has Ihe job of sed the powers of the Jackson: West Branch -volve federal officials and the to all of the tapes and dency against the lawful Rcncc Nash, production j "New a group repre- deciding which should be turned j poenas of the house of repre-i Monticello Steven Nagel: capacity can be financed only ifjsenting the governors' jgwnrski. earnings levels are comparable lence. National League of Cities.i ________ to other investment activities, j U. S. Conference of Mayors, Na sentatives. thereby assuming City Cindy Zimmer- .himself functions and Margaret Long; Wash- 20 YEARS AGO The senate'ments necessary to the exercise jngton Sally Tanner. U. S. Slcel plans to add nearly tional Assn. of Counties and; rccejved six charges for two million Ions of annual ca-jstale legislators' organizations. :dcmnalion of Sen. Joseph Mc-! pacity by year's end and a total! This will be Ihe first lime including the accusation of five million tons by the end ofiernors and local leaders no -shook down" a housing 1976. Speer said. Some nil opportunity to present fnr lion has been authorized for ex-j united front al Ihe start of the pansion and replacement in process. Evans dition to SI19 million spent in [said. the second quarter and Drive BROSH CHAPEL Cedar Rapids "llffolnl Ii' I'nhlir .S'i'rri'rr" Inquire Abmit Our Pre-arranged Sen-ices Solon mum for the two previous three- Honey _ month periods had been 2.8 Magistrate s Court milljnn SpmlinK I'atridc Moore.) llsc all of thai authority, however, speaking instead of the limcilion in Ihe half. when he would go "to the Great, On the strength of the in-l [creased earnings. Ihe company; raised its quarterly dividend j Cyprus Airlift ;from 50 rents In 60 cents per: WASHINGTON UJPh Thel.share. force will airlift 150 Danish I-'HKSH I'rHinpl IMlrerii IMU'K'S I I.OWKII SHOP 50ns Center Pt. Rd. N.E. 393-5565 light Up Someone's day with Flowers PIERSON'S 800 EMU Blvd. NW FLOWERPHONE 366-1 826 Brnwr irfax; s.even was unclear. Total 'exports for Myers. 32.1 Nineteenth street ,hc firs, thrco montlls of lhe Head. Mill A avenue, Let our Flowers express your respect and love FLORIST and GIFT SHOP 364-8139 phonR answered 24 every day. servicemen In Cyprus as part j 30 YKAUS AGO At least of a continuing effort to bolster U.OOO German officers were re- lhe N' lhcrr- hi'Vt' fr01" (onvrnient dnwnlnwn hcatinn m llnl Avc. SK 365-0511 John B. Turner Son Rincral Directors since 1888 Now, two completely-staffed locations to serve you. M( MI Second Avr.SK 'UiriuT'sWrsi rjiii i-'irsi NEW IN THE WANT ADS! Look To Classified Each Day For PATTERNS NEEDLECRAFT (ni Shop The Wanf Ads For Buys.   

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