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   Emporia Gazette, The (Newspaper) - June 10, 1947, Emporia, Kansas                                tonight Wed nesday cooler tonteht cooler eastern fourth Wed nesday high IS west to 80 cut THE EMPORIA GAZETTE EIGHT PAGES EMPORIA KANSAS TUESDAY EVENING JUNE 10 1947 VOLUME LVH NUMBER 265 Peak of Floods On Mississippi May Have Been Reached Over Persons Homeless in Illinois Eastern Missouri Hannibal June 10 W fiFloodwaters pouring into the Mississippi river which already have made more than homeless and have inundated nearly acres of farm land in eastern Mis souri westcentral Illi nois appeared today to have reached a high point Jpllvermen end U S Engineers ex pressed belief that only further rains would aggravate the situation but they alsosaid that several riv er towns In Illinois andMissouri still facud serious flood conditions despite the promise of receding waters U S Army engineers and the Coast Guard had every available on the Job in the flood area and the American Red Cross had 50 staff workers and about 600 volunteers aiding the homeless was eight to 10 feet deep In of Alexandria Mo hear the Iowa the result of a levee break aridall residents have been evacuated South Httmibal Isolated Jn Hannibal a city th water 3 covered nine blocks of th towns main street Pour thousand residents Of South Hannibal were partially Isolated No buses were and at least a dozen stores fere Hooded Canton Moi miles up stream the river had reached a stage of feet an alltime high Although half of the town Is un der water and a third of the residents are homeless relief work was reported well 5a hand No trains or buses are operating out of the town and tinlyv one highway is s A river land district levee two rolles north of Louisiana broke Monday flooding acres Sixty families In Louisiana were evacu ated v v Rail Yards Flooded At Qulncy where the Mis sissippl reached stage of feet on the waterfront were flooded but the situated on a bluff was not endangered Several persons were forced to evacuate homes in south traffic between St Louis and halted In central additional thousands of acres of crop land were Inundated as flood waters of the Grand arid Ohariton rivers joined the Missouri river One levee broke above Boonvillii Monday flooding acres of bottom land and others were expected to fall Mis sourihighway patrol closed U S Highway ÍD at Boomlile Good Evening It hasnt rained since Saturday and some weather observers have started worrying about June drouth nlffht Maximum Minimum year year K SI46ITM5 tí dcgttei 85 degrees Dry and Sunshiny Weather In Prospect For Kansas Farmers Topeka June 10 dry sunshiny weather In Kansas today cheered farmers and gave swollen Kansas streams further chance to return to normal Only rivers still reported flood ing were the Solomon the Murals des Cygnes The Solomon was out of Its banks at Belolt but little flooding was anticipated downstream by A D Robb federal meteorologist at To peka The Marals des Cygnes was back In its banks above Osawatomle and was receding there It was over flowing moderately from Osawato RIVER AT THE tloDg East Center street In Hannlbil Mo have sandbags protecting the doorways as flood waters from the MlssissinDl river rise higher In the street Store buildings and telephone jioles make weird reflections in the water AF Wtrephoto mel to the Missouri line The warm dry weather Robb State Prepares for A Possible Disaster Adjutant Genera Is Named to Head U S Services Kansas Topeka June 10 Kansas disaster survey conference called by Gov Prank Carlson today design ated Milton R McLean state ad jutant general as head of govern mental services that might be re quired by the occurence of any disaster in Kansas Representatives ot the state board of health highway depart ment welfare board highway pat rol commissioned of Insurances of fice farmers union grange farm bureau the American Red Cross and the United States Army and Navy attended the meeting held in the governors office Names Red Cross In addition to placing McLean in charge of governmental services the1 group designated the Red Cross as theagency rU handle relief problems It was decided to take an In ventory of materiel andpersonnel that could he furnished attending the meeting Mayors of other t of localities will be ask of contacted fb their efforts with the Red Cross state arid agencies disaster Eisler Convicted of Contempt of Congress Washington June 10 hart Eisler alleged No 1 Com munlst leader In this country was convicted today of contempt of congress The federal court Jury delib erated only 20 minutes before re turning the verdict which car ries a máximum penalty of a fine arid four months to a year Imprisonment Judge Alex ander Holtzoff set June 2 for Sentencing Eisler was Indicted on contempt charges for allegedly refusing to be sworn In for testimony before the house committee on un American activities He contended the committee refused to let him prepared statement before administering fe oath Park at Damaged by Fire Kansas City June 10 spec tacularfire swept through the rol ler coaster and six other structures lit Fairyland park on Kansas Citys sputhstde early today causing dam see estimated by park officialsat No onewas reported In jured Thefire vshlch broke out In the mens locker of the swimming pool Jacent to the roller coaster was overed by Lloyd Lefevers night Jury Ponders Fate Of St Joseph Youth St Joseph June 10 circuit court jury resumed delibera tions today on ths IByear old Stuart B Allen ministers son charged with sldytag the sexton of his fathers church The case went to the juryrof 11 men and one woman Monday night After two hours aña 20 minutes of deliberation the jury was ex cused for the night Young Allen the adopted son of Rev James S Allen Is charged with first degree murder In the Bulgarian Military Mission In Belgrade Scope of Conferences In Balkans Broaden Hungarian Coup By Uit Press disclosed today that a Bulgarian military mission was In broadening scope of Balkan which have de veloped since the Communists seized power iri Czechoslovak military also was to arrive hi Premier Marshal Titos capital already host to a Romanian dele gation headed fay Communist Pre mier Petru Groza The Bulgarians Yugoslav infor mation authorities said actually arrived Saturday The delay in the announcement was not explained The Czechoslovak mission ostensi bly was to make a 10day tour of Yugoslavia Grbza waved aside suggestions in a news conference Monday night that a Balkan federation such as has been suggested by Tito was in the Says Cooperation on Way But he sa Drive On Tax Evaders Nets Extra Revenue Treasury Campaign Brings In 180 Million 1o Hike Figures Washington June 10 The treasurys drive against tax evad ers is now bringing In a month extra revenue and offi cials said today they hoped to boost that to more than Thousands of suspected Income tax evasion cases are under inves tigation Many date back to war time and clamps are still being ap plied to numbers of persons sus pected of black marketing activ ities Given Thorough Check But farmers doctors dentists waiters and others who get much of their Income In the form of cash therefore can hide moré eas ily its true amcunt also are get ting a going over In checking on such groups offi cials said the customary procedure Is to take an area where members of the particular business or pro fession are relatively numerous and where there has been some Indi cation of tax evasion For exampel over extra In taxes was collected in Kansas alone by acanvass of farmers tax returns arid on heir actual of said was nearly ideal for all farm crops and permitted farmers to get at long delayed field work and speeded haying operations The forecast however was for partly cloudy and cooler weather with a possibility of a few scat Record U S Wheat Crop Indicated A Bushel Forecast Is Surplus Available for Export Washington June 10 The Agriculture department reported today that the indi cated production of all wheat this year is bu shels the largest of record This forecast comparaos with indicated a month ago with last years record crop of and with a 10year average of A crop of the size Indicated would enable the United States to con tinue haavy shipments to shortage areas ibroad for another 2 months forecast Included tered showers In the northeast part I bushels of winter wheat and of the state tonight Wednesday Is expected to be generally fair with cooler temperatures In the east Lows tonight will range from be tween 45 and 50 In the northwest to between 60 and 65 In the south east Wednesdays máximums are expected to be between 15 and 80 Highs over the state Monday were near SO with Dodge City claiming the highest reported 94 degrees Ooodland had a low Monday night of 45 degrees but minimums on the east and south were near 70 Only three Kansas points report ed any precipitation for the period ending at 6 oclock this morning Horton had 10 of an Inch Hanover 01 and Ooodland a trace President Begins 3day Good Will Visit to Canada Officially Greeted By Representatives At Border Stop Ottawa June 10 dent Truman arrived at p EOT today to begin a 3day goodwill visit to thla capital the first such state visit by a United States presi dent in the history of the two neighbors L S St Laurent secretary of state for external affairs end other notables extended an official wel come as the United States chief executive arrived at Rouses Point N at a aboard an 11car special train St Laurent was accompanied by Flay Atherton United States ambassador W H Measures chief of Protocol for Canada and three place SpruUle JJraucn who resigned addecamp to the President Com Norman Armour above was nom inated by Ircsldenl Truman to be assistant Secretary of Stale to re AF Wrcphoto Two Emponans to Europe This Summer For Scout Jamboree Bob Howard an Emporia senior scout and Everett Grimes veteran scoutmaster of Troop 152 of the First Methodist church will see Europe this summer as ni embers of the United States delegation of 020 Boy Scouts and leaders at endirig the International Boy cout Jamboree at Molssohi They will go as members f the Region a troop being made p of outstanding men and In tout work this areml 128 Investigators1 last fall Few Willful Violations Wichita June 10 field audit which brought In some In unpaid federal Income taxes last fall from farmers In Kansas mostly brought to light watchman Besides the roller coaster one third of which was destroyed the womens and mens locker rooms a cafeteria a game hall a shooting gallery and a home for park em ployes burned Harry Duncan park manager es timated the damage at to the locker rooms and swimming filtering eoulpment was to the cafeteria to the roller coaster and to the shooting gallery and manymistakes but few willful vi Prank E McMullan as sistant collector of Internal revenue said today What the survey revealed largely was the unfamillarity of farmers with federal Income tax rules and forms McMullan added Theyve had several good crop years now but many had just come through the dust bowl years when ay taxes were tax ust made nd some Probably their own game hall Cause of the fire was not de termined Immediately Shotgun Blast Kills Hiawatha Irinkeeoer Hiawatha June 10 blasts fired through an onen win dow shortiy after midnight killed Harold Simmons 45 and seri ously wounded her 46yearold hus band shortly after they had retired at their roadside Inn five miles soJthwest of Hiawatha Sheriff Roy S Shofield said Sim ons was able despite a shattered left arm to drive into town to no tify authorities but could give no reason for the The sheriff said Simmonstold him the shots were fired a short time after the couple had gone to bed 4p their living Quarters at the rear wf the tan a former country school house Schofield said Mrs Simmons was killed Instantly and that Simmons was taken to a Horton hospital Simmons left arm was broken in two places by the shotgun pellets Schofield said Simmons could ad vance no motive for the shooting and said he had no Idea as to the Identity of the assailant Typewriters For Rent End of school term finds us with a few first class rental typewriters per month Eckdall Fans threesizes for store office or home Vornado Is the modem air circulator Ask for free trial in your home or business Winter Furniture CcsalVadv company 509 v A few good to trgm leath of John A Frank sexton of he Christ Episcopal church Franks jeeten and mutilated body was ound hi the church undercroft 2 In closing arguments Monday he defense pictured the youth as i poor mentally defective boy ind the prosecution calledhim a cold blooded UK saiu cultural ana economic cooperation between his country and Yugoslavia eventually would lead to complete political cooperation With the Bulgarian mission was Lt Gen Zaharje Eaharljev who a Yugoslav announcement said was in Belgrade for the Soviet The announcement gave no Indication of the purpose of the visit Hungarys parliament was summoned Into session as rumors persisted that antiCommunist members would denounce Communist pressure Dispatches from Budapest suggested that the new Communistdominated government was widening its purge against dissident elements The Communist newspaper Szabadsag said the resistance certificates of nearly 200 persons including Josef Cardinal Mindszenty Roman Catholic primate of Hungary would be reviewed The certificates Indicate the holders opposed the Germans during the war Try Intellectuals The Hungarian peoplescourt announced that 43 intelfectuals including doctors lawyers and instructors would go on trial this month on charges of conspiring to overthrow the Hungarian These chargw provided the lever with which Nagy was ousted In Moscow the Communist party newspaper Pravda said that certain Americans were seizing upon the Hungarian situation as 3 means of blowing up the United Nations Senators Vandenberg RMlch and EastSand DMiss were had no tacóme t he explained We found a few th vaders but most of the in their returns ad failed to file return ome of the evasion wa most of it Checked OntheSpot Farmers returns first d for selfevident err hen field men took th he farmers cheking records when they wer also checking bank b expenditures for farm 1 mrchases of machinen n vestments In bonds ai In the last two years he 19421945 period ha checked for other cla layers as well as fi Julian said In April and May th continued with 1946 r to the check list but n men out of the farm t ago in order not to ir he added Resurfacing Under Way Resurfacing of nine Hocks of Market street northward from Third avenue started at the Santa Fe tracks today The 2inch coat of surfacing material Is being mixed at the Kaw Paving companys plant on Santa Fe property along West South and Is being trucked to Maiset street The surfacing material isja mixture of chat crushed rock fine sand and VA Will Cut 6 100 From its Payroll Washington June 10 The Veterans administration today ordered approximately employes cut off the agencys payrolls to meet a employment celling set by President Truman The reduction wil be carried out by August 1 the agency said adding that all those affected will be given 30day dismissal notices VA said the overall reduction would mean cuts In 11 branches although very rmall Increases will be made in two branch areas because of the work loads The branches were not Tax State Is 16 Mill June 10 A paid the federal gove in May of of Lynn R Broderick Internal revenue dlsclc The records showed in federal insurance t and a reduction In Í ployment taje collectioi paid only by employer more persons Collections for th months this year i compart for the same ago the Kansas Inte officials said Firemen Work Three Emporio Dog Stuck Three Emporia firemen spent three hours Monday night on a rescue mission to retrieve a 10pound part Scottie and part terrier dog which got stuck to a drainage pipe at the northeast corner of Wilson park The 8yearold dog named owned by Mr Mrs R A Shillcntt 923 State went along on a picinc atthe park The little dog had a big time prowling around in the grass and Hours to Rescue in a Drain Pipe and Fred Fleeker answered the cal at oclock and worked until after midnight before the flog was released The firemen dug a deep hole by the drain pipe and tried various schemes to get the dog out rod was bent to form a hook and was tied to the end of a long fishing pole Finally the hook caught in the dogs collar He was pulled part way oat and ran the rest of the way then scamperex arminrf annnrvntTxr MTJKDEKBYSUSPECTS IN GENO Genoa Italy June 1 police aided by Br arrested 12 persons t and slum areas here raported search for volved In the murdesin which several proa received letter bomb last week DRIVER Kl AT FALt DA Fall River Jirje 1 Ellison 19 a ton farmers Mc a week Increas IB first five amounted to legion 8 Their acceptance or the troop ib on the basis of their lackground and service in Scouting Howard an Eagle haS been n Scouting for four years and Is senior patrol leader for troop 153 of he First Presbyterian church Mr Grimes has been In Scouting 20 15 years of which as Bcout master for Troop of the First Methodist church He is widely inown throughout the Jayhawk Council The two Emporians will go to St outs July 8 for a training period of six days then proceed to Wash bushels of spring wheat A month ago winter wheat pro duction was forecast at bushels the largest of record for this type Last years whiter wheat crop was bushels com pared with the 10year average of The spring wheat crop was fore cast at about bushels K month ago Production last year was compared with the year average of Most Forecasts Up Other grain crop forecasts In cluded Rye bushels com pared with last year and the 10year average of Barley bushels com pared with last year and the 10year average of Oats bushels com pared with last year and the 10yenr average of Milk production In May was re ported at pounds com pared with In April this year In May last year and for the 10 year May average EÍÍ Yield Drops Egg production In May was re ported at compared with in April with In May last year nnd for the 10 year May average Theyield of winter wheat per acre was indicated at bushels Late News Bulletins Hurtsboro June 10 Mayor Hurt Vann said today he anil three other wliitc men rescued an 18yearoIil Negro from a mob which liad tied a rope around Ills neck nnd were about to lynch him here this afternoon Report Mongol Troops Aided by Soviet Warplanes Sinkiang Province Invasion Confirmed By Chinese Agency Nanking June 10 official Central News agency today said government military sources con firmed reports that Outer Mon golian troops supported by four Soviet wtirplnnes invaded Sinklang province Thursday The agency said the Mongols modore P L Youghton of the Royal Canadian navy Brig S P Clark of the Canadian army snd Air Com modore D M Smith of the Royal Canadian Air force They boarded the train for the trip on to Ottawa The governor general and Lady Alexander end Prime Minister W L MucKcnzle King head the wel coming party for President Truman In Ottawa Apyears on Platform The President smiling came out on the rear platform of his prlrata ar when the train came to n halt nbout 600 yards from the Canadian border at Rouses Point A microphone was held by by a radio man Will you say hello to Canada e naked Speaking Into the microphone the rcsldent said Im saying hello o Canuda right now Im very very happy Someone called for Mrs Truman Tho President cplalned that iha did not plan to come out on the platform but finally ha persuaded her to A Call for JIarirarel Hey Is Margaret there asked a small boy The Presidents daughter smiling too jollied her parents on the plat form Laurent told the President as he ngton D and members of a tour New York as They will sail with the American delegation July 20 The International Jamboree will be 35 miles from Paris Flfty six countries are sending delega tions and it Is expected there will 36 approximately Scouts in camp Before coming home the Gmporians will visit places In Prance Belgium Holland Luxem bourg and possibly England GI Escapees Break Another Road Block Heidelberg Germany June 10 slüepy German town of Lud wlgsburg was roused by a sharp burst of gunfire early today as a carload of desperate American soldiers who escaped Sunday from the Manhetm military Jail broke through a road block established to trap them Stolen from a Colonel Riding In an automobile stolen from a UJS colonjl the fugitives roared suddenly out of a and drove headlong at military police manning the roadblock Pour shots were fired at the MFs who were hamlicapoed by orders to avoid firing Inside the town limits The number of men in the car was not ascertained but It was be ileved to most of the six prisoners still at large Eight men originally fled from the Mannheim jail nftcr shooting It out with guards but Negro and one white captured Monday compared with 18 last year and for the 10year average The yield of rye per acre was in dicated nt bushels compared with last year and for the 10year average No estimates were given for yield of other crops Crop Condition Given The May 1 condition uf crops In cluded All spring wheat 84 per cent of normal compared with 79 a year ago and 81 for the 10year June 1 average Durum what 66 SO nnd 81 other spring wheat 84 78 and 81 oats 80 85 and 81 barley 83 79 and 80 hay all 87 84 and 81 pastvire 88 85 and 81 nnd early potatoes 78 86 and 75 Stocks of barley on farms June 1 were reported at bush els or per cent of lost years crop Stocks a year ago totaled bushels or per cent of the previous years crop Stocks of rye on farms June 1 were reported at bushels or per cent of last years crop Stocks a year ago were bushels or per cent of the pre vious years crop The Indicated acreage of princi palgrains to be harvested the Indi cated yield per acre and the esti mated production respectively by majorproducing states included Winter Kansas acres 19 bushels per acre and production bushels had penetrated to a depth of more than 200 miles nnd now were fight ing Chinese defense troops 20 miles nocthenst of Tinda The official report followed closely R similar report by semiof ficial sources Until today the min istry of national defense had sup pressed u stream of excited cables to Moca newspapers by their Chinese correspondents In Sinklnng reporting details Central News ngency reported In a dispatch from Tlhua that bitter fighting was continuing between native Sinklang troops and invad ing forces Strafed Chinese Troops The dispatch the agency said reported that warplaues accom panying the Mongolian cavalry and other troops Into Sinklang strafed Chinese troop concentrations and bombed and strafed civilians and towns in the Invasion path No Chinese government official here immediately confirmed these reports but an official military spokesman referred the Associated boarded Mr Trumans private car I extend you a warm welcome to The President at the behtst photographers shook hands with one of the four Royal Canadian Mounted pollcs who drew up In front of lila cur He took wlfo and daughter along for a 3day visit In Ottawa where he will address the Canadian parliament nt B m Wednesday Press to the central News Agency eport The agency 1s a govern ment organ Military sources said It was he s ved that only a small number of native troops and a few trained officers comprise the west Sinklang garrison The region ios been in a state of continued unrest since outer Mongolia was granted independence Military observers said that be cause of the great distances in volved and the Inctc of readily available forces It was unlikely the government would dispatch adequ ate defense forces to Sinklang Oklahoma and British agents suspects in from Italy and apparently chased a rabbit or over what all the fuss was about ÜÍÜS small corroThe Shülcutís took Beanie home where he ate a big midnight supper While the rescue work was drainage pipe The dog could back out and vriiue iite ysuiiw yelped for an hour or so before in progress Mrs Shillcutt returned home prepared coffee and sand Jaraea Landrith for the uremen Sen Ragsdate 10 ier Marine when hts truck overturned at the Fall River dam Ellison was employed as a truck driver at the government dam pro ject He was a son of Mrs Jess EUtson Chetopa Funeral services House Group Would End Sugar Rationing Washington June 10 3ouse banking committee approved oday a meaMire to end ra tioning for home consumption Chairman ORMich said that the decision Uy an over whelming vote although not unan imous The bill was introduced by Repre sentative Gamble It would have no effect upon price control of sugar nor would It directly affect rationing of sugar for industrial use Under the present law rationing of sugar would expire October 31 However the existing statute auth orizes the Secretary of Agriculture to continue inventory control of sugar until March SI 1Í he deems It necessary Wolcott said thtt he has assur ance of House action on the bill within the next two or three FACES LIFE TEUM FOR OLATIIE SALESMAN Olathe June 10 E Arnold 21 faced a life term In the Kansas penitentiary today for the slaying of Lloyd L Sutton Olathe salesman In June I9Í5 Convicted of first dfgree murder last month the youth was sen tenced Monday by District Judge John L Klrkpatrlck who over ruled a motion by Arnolds at torneys for a new trial Awaltfnp trial in tht same casn Is Frank L Baker also 21 of Mat toon his trial has been set for June 17 McCfenny Services Held This Afternoon Topekn June 10 W Funeral services were to be held this after noon tit Topeka for George L Mc Clenny Kansas superintendent of public Instruction from 1930 to 1915 McClcnny whose death came Saturday nlpht nt Winter hospital at Topekn nftsr a of several months ls survived by his wife three sisters and thne brothers He was n Rraduatp of Baker uni versity at Baldwin and of Campbell college nt Holton and was R veteran of the SpanishAmerican war Pennsylvania Coal Mine Stoppages Called Unauthorized Untontown June 10 Work stoppages among soft miners protesting labor legislation before congress spread to 22 mines employing men today as officials pon dered their strategy In the Idleness they termed The stoppages were scattered through the three counties that comprise the heart of nn rich southwestern Pennsylvania bi tuminous Orceno and Washington Two mines voted to resume work nftcr being Idle over the weekend They were the Gates mine of H C Fvlck Coke company employ ing 400 and the Kyle mine of the same company employing 600 They account for a combined dally pro duction of tons Among the closed mines was the worlds largest tho famed Robcna mine of the Frlck company which employs miners nnd has normal dully production of tons Some of tho other larger pits affected range from tons to tons In output Without exception all of ths larger mines arc captive those mines whose production goes to steel plants and never sees the open market Mr McClenny was an uncle of Dan C McClenny 127 Exchange Innerspring mattress Winter Furniture Co Fred J Scott Irurumnce will be at Cheiopa Wednesday 1 k 4 protection 10 X Southern California Experiences a Real Traffic Jam Hal Boyle Los Angles Is a traf fic Jam in on the map as southern California The quickest way to bring tenor Into the face of a Callfornlan is to say My this Is a country I think 111 settle down He will give you a look of pained and utter dismay Por he haa all the neighbors he wants than he wants He woold like to censor Horace Oreeleys advice go west young He doesnt want to hear anybody say Cali fornia here I cornel He has come to the conclusion California has oversold the rest of America on the virtues of the balmy life here That Ufe U get ling less heavenly everyday thousand oí outlanáea arrive to set up housekeeping The whole country seems to want to move one resident Theyve crowded everything out but the climate lot of people think they can come out here and live free In an orange grove If they dont find work Bat those days arc gone If they try that now thevTl find themselves full of buckshot You cant pick oranges for nothing any Chambers of commerce and local booster societies may take pride In Californias great postwar growth Former Nebraska Governor Confirmed As Greek Aid Chief Washington June 10 Senate today confirmed President Trumans nomination of Diríght B Orlswotd former Nebraska gover nor as chief of the Greek aid pro gram It ako confirmed without oppo sition these other nominations Norman Armour of New Jersey career diplomat to be MC rttary of state succeeding SpruUle Braden Emmctt ONeal former Kentucky congressman to succeed Paul V McSutt as American ambassador to the Philippines Monnett B Davis American con sul general In Shanghai to representative to tbe eco nomic council on Asia and the Far East meeting In Shanghai IS Chairman Vandínbírg of the Senate Foreign Relations committee rushed the BomlnatiCRa through the saying that they required Imraedjati atten But the average clJztn by Increasing housing shortages and rixlng prices would like to put a fence around the state with keep out to discourage prospec tive This nUltude is particularly strung arrivals soon as hey a job and a place to park the baby bugsy they Join on Vornado Fans three for itore otflct cr homi Vcroado modern air circulator Ask for trial In your home or tAjsUsew Win er Furniture company adv A tew good rental machines a stock Ecfcdall Boo AnaersonEhcX Ktlier fcssor aaee Ccsat Fhoca   

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