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   Bessemer Herald (Newspaper) - July 7, 1933, Bessemer, Michigan                                 i»  22 Qlrla Entered In Queen Of The Convention Contest!  TBRMS ItN ran VtAR IN «0VANCS.  SSSSSMSR. MICHI0AN. FRIDAY, JULY 7, IMI  VOLUMS 49, NUMBSR ff.  41LEGI0N POSTS SEND DELEGATES TO CONVENTION  ■  i  . 3 Day Legion Event Beine Planned  Fono Water Buclcet  Bricade At Ironton  FirpiBfn v^rv t    to  < rnscuSìi i». ar:k- firif »r »he bine I«<-t lìnràb y of Ingioi.  Sf®« 1  ¿is&itf n« dor.^ to thè atti? asd ptn off thè Twf before thè tre w*s ckevlred by thè Ire depanaaent.  Wai ii to twealed that tW fmnp ai tìk* Ironton fiine was beinf WfoJTfi arcess to «ater »a? olttaii-*d Vy fcfrainj: a water bscM bricade.  RACE FOR QUEEN RETAILERS MEET  OF CONVENTION IS  WELL UNDERWAY  Oli» RESDENT HERE  James Carpenter, adjutant off IVter f|P|f|| AUFDTIVN  Qedda Poit No. 27 of    UUIH UTIXIMEü  American legion. has issaed test stellte request» to 41 legion pons who will send delegates to the AMkaa legion convention at Bessemer. Jafiy 21, 22 and 23. Mr. Carpenter requests that all legion poet» Mail their post colors and receive »pee tat * nation. Moreover, attending teffc** ii sires are requested to wear their  I» DISCUSS NEW SALES TAX LAW  Tax Wat Effective On July 1st  Windstorm Rends  Rotnour Show Tent  Rose Ippolite Leads  With 27,7CS Votes  Hr ca«*i9£ 27.TC5 tntw Into the» Candid resentment was manifested kslkK hot at the Bessemer Business* during a meeting of Gogebic county Met&V «it-» yesterday. Mlis Roue ¡rota 11 merchants at the Ironwood Mem*  A violent windstorm punning through Rlhe Lake. Wisconsin, Innt Wednesday morning at 2:30 o'clock, damaged the show tent of J. B. Rotnour. company, causing a less of several hundred dollars.  Mr. Rotnour Is well known on the range as a show man, having located his show tent here during the summers past.  MR*. JOHN CtaOLSKI DIES ON MONDAY AFTER A YEAR'S ILLNESS  IpHii^ of IbrVr iirn*t a.^umed the teas^'Wnr iwd^hip in the race for q»?es of the American legion <*on* ree?ion ront«*t fjtonMired liy Beííes^r Bu*ine*ÿ Men.  spicce tfc^ fir*t filine dato on .lulv l#t whes tbe    opened, twenty*  ;o    iriHid^ns havo ont*»roil.  c^TeM ha< been In full swing Tor a!nv<cct * week and the girli» have 'util (pm Friday, July 21 to solicit  . .    . _____, .    Mr*. Jcia C^holiki M yeear old  legion cap» and uniform*. Rccfem-    ^     m  stood.»  lion (M 1* H.00.    aSHMM » 3 o’clock of stoaark  When the registration fee b P^ai informs Mr. Carpenter the detegase® a jw>!T F    ¿errlce* were «oa- vote*. Ju«y 21« is the opening clay  are entitled to a convention badge. dacted yefierday morninr. Reverend of the As'iira» legion convention program booh, trap-shooting tWkec* C^a!W J. Swofcoda oSciatiag at the and the pr; reiving the highest and a ticket to the banqaet Mag Sj Setohi chareh. Bwrial was rasher of w«, vill not only be held ttfe second evening of the made at Hillre>: cemetery.    j *rowi:*d qween of the legion «onven*  convention. Sleeping quarter» haw ^ CeboSski was bora in Poland  hw  ^ will also revive a corn-been obtained for delegate» la may ^ jj. |>c i B  is^ «he came ’ r**te wardrobe. She will also appear private homes In the city S3kBf h    tVa and ob the    year * E  the conrontlon parade on a float  possible for those from other <wsfc* ^urM to Joha Ceboliki. in Be» srtanged by the Bn^inm Men's As* ties to spend all their time is Bi*w-    §ke «11 a Gold Star Mother* w^htws. The girls securing the  ffltr,    ■ of the Rta$iT Americas Uftos FritsI *eeoed and third highest number of  Commlttasu Named     s  F3*derkk*oa p«t Not 3S* . A fos.! *****    ^ive attractive gifts  Various & mmittees were apv*^^ I Ai;«a died during the World War j *** appear a$ maids of honor to  MAM»!« am Ktf IKa nfMtdMt.    1« ■ >fE a 1 m lair ♦! 1%1€    >    IMM All ifef*    in fhp nafdllA  orlal building last Friday night, who gathered there purposely to discuss the new Michigan »ales tax which be-the came effective last Saturday, July 1.  Referring to the gales tax as a  M vl-clous piece of legislation,** the merchant« favored to appoint a commit-t< e to demand an injunction to restrain collection of the sales tax by the Mate.  FOUR INJURED IN AUTO CRASH  CARS COLLIDE ON U. 8.-2 NEAR WAKEFIELD LAST SATURDAY  Four persons were Injured In an automobile collision on U. 8.-2 just  appointed to^ànemVTrhivo *he  ea *‘  ot  Wakefield, Saturday afternoon!  merchants of the county collect the tax from the buyer Instead of paying tltcm*clves.  The state law provides for payment by every retailer of a three per cent tax on his gross sales. To provide for passing the tax on to the buyer, a tentative schedule for use by re-  of cars driven by August Mitchell of Watersmeet and Melbourne Rund of Bessemer. Mitchell's car was irreparably damaged.  Frances LeMieux, nine year daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. William LeMleux of Watersmeet received a fracture of the left leg below the knee, and was taken to the Grand View hot  the    on the float in the parade.  Any »ingle girl. 1C years or age or  a month ago by the presides!. Mr*. «iae la nHTice, July 24. 191$.  Gordon Luxmore. Each menber hits  H  Btv*<aved bv her death are ___ t   been assigned an Important tart.    *** tmOy. Mrs. W. W Hola-  or * T  Riding in Bessemer city  arrangements being brought to «w-    Dc2<axu Okla^ Mrs. Edward! 09  towaship. may enter the contest  pletlon before the delegate» »fwter    Ramsay. Mrs. Edward  hy  r**i*tering at the office of the  on July 21.    i>n of Ircw Mca&tain. Mr*. Umi», Bwiia^ss. Men's Association. The un sales irom *1.1» to si.*». tour 1  cutg on  hk face, and was taken to  the hi* task« assigned tfre Tek»ela ard Mr*. Carl Sereno of Bes-1 ****$** **«* entering the contest is cents will be added.     a  Wakefield hospital.  AMUUM H th*t^fpwpartBX**»-"****■- Pmw. Charts »4 Ftuk Ce-[  Ja: - T  »*-    ^«tam »ill re- On    from *1.49 to «1.81. live Mitchell, with his pauenger». was  nnAt Julv 22 for the 145 delegate» ial IwMri of Iroo Movatain. and John and ^  e '' iw     to her credit when cents will be added.    I enroute home to Watersmeet when  h* hundreds*of other Legist aad Acs*    of Bessemer besides 15 grand-*     aT ,hi * association offlce.    Derham Speaks    I the crash occurred, returning from  ne nunureu» ui    <42^    ( Addittoaa! vole# may be t ast for any  11 octestae: when making purchases in  taller» of the county was approved j pimi. Body bruises and a superficial as follows:    head Inury was suffered by Grace  On sales from one to 16 cents there Mitchell, and Mrs. LeMleux received will be no tax.    body bruises. They were immediate*  On sales from 17 to 49 cents, one I \y discharged from the hospital after cent will be added for the tax.    I treatment.  On sales from 50 to 82 cents, two Rund. driver of one automobile, was cents will be added.     no t injured In the crash but a com-  On sales from S3 cents to 91.15,  pa nlon, Louis Osier of Wakefield, re-three cents will be added.    ceived a fracture of the nose, besides  On sales from $1.16 to $1.48. four I  cutg on  f ace , and was taken  tOU BYRNES NEV BOARD PRESIDENT  ot; accoett Coznestants should en-  iliary members.  Committees for the banquet faetwfre:« arrangements. Mrs. C. H. Lstz aad Mrs. Henry Murray.    AevJCi*  lions, Mrs. Jennie McDooatd. Mr* 3  C. R. Dud a. Mrs. Gordon Laxafrx*/  Program. Mrs. Gordon Laxmor*.  Star Mothers* table. Mrs. P«er varda and Mrs. J W Herintaa. Be-g aides Uppei* Peninsula men and men. many state and national »AaS*:  of the American. Legion are exited.    .  at the banquet.    8 Ai an organisation meeting of the  Program ot the three day"*    Bftfeatr board of Edacatioa held on' *eee Ippolit». 2T.7CS.  ties follow:    | JMtday. Mrs. Andy Byrne one of the.  Friday, July Sk it»    5«*»f* 1 ? 01  I  10:00 A. M. Regiatmioit ot JLmiv «* «a«««* rwafcat of th* boanLt can Legion ««legatee attMaatM    *  J  Kaiwe.w*.    |  American Legion Auxliary. CtvU WarJ    Byrne received votes from  snd 8panlsh American War Veterans.; FrasA BhikI Dr. R. J. Malien and|  2:00 P. M. Joint meeting off UfiML. i Ai Karche&x besides her own. Mr. i Auxiliary and public.    I Ka^asaewka received the vote* of;  4: SO P. M. Trap shooting eaatsat Urn. Jaw <5 Massie and Charles H-;  \ Be^-cer ssores or making payments \  a me etlng at the Curry hotel heard  Derham Speaks  Seventy-five retailers Wednesday] the funeral of Ted Kelly at Bessemer, night, of Gogebic county who attended  ; *ossr*ce tfc-; r  frierds to trade in Bes-vx'pr 5.^ tt- y may rvoeive the benefit | »'t all    last.  | Xew r*Ers have appeared on the MRS. atASSIS ELECTEO BOARD *    rio-i rr.<Ter since last Satur-  SCCKKTARY: CHARLES LUTZ l<V «4 s'« smvr.ty-two have enter-is tucasurcr    Xir-j of contestants, printed  ■ —    ! in their order of the number of votes  JULY 4TH PROGRAM  IS HUGE SUCCESS  for Legionnaires.  .J  Rawita Wysaaki. 1&2M. Fier« Mattraila. ISjOOS. Wary Rria. 1S.4S0.  Fivwct Csrtaos, 14230. Ardesie CtiarcH. 12.7QS. Staisi« MvNBsm, 12.41S. A«d«t| Running, 11,415. Kathryn Co>m 11JU0. Mrsftfrt Detti«hie. M4S. Ua Nn Massie was elected a*. Jeasphawa Adama. IMO.  Senator Ray Derham explain various sections of the three per cent sales tax. He traced the origin of the; bill and told how the three senators from the Vpper Peninsula fought the  measure, having in view its effect 011 j ANNUAL CELEBRATION STAGED border cities like Ironwood, Iron    gy BESSEMER DIXIE  River. Iron Mountain, and Menominee. |    OILERS  Senator Derham admonished retailers that while the $1 license feel Bessemers annuhl Fourth ot July for each retailer may appear innocent, celebration, which was sponsored by the license may be revoked by the members ot the Dixie Oilers baseball tax administering board and a penalty team, with permission ot the Besse-of as high an 100 per cent may he aa-| mer Business Men's Association, was sessed by the state for violations ot j enjoyed Immensely by a large home  crowd.  At 9:30 in the morning, the day's  7:30 P. M, C. P. Welfare Ofltata **cf«*a!? of the board and Mr. Lgt School» Guy M. Cog in charge. Talks : evasane.  by Guy F. Palmer. Horace C Parrish.! H*cot*orrh. meetings will be Md Robt. J. Byers.    J « t^e aecoad Monday of the saoath  8:00 P. M. Boxing show.    . ssst*ad off tW second Wednesday as  i:30 P. M. Dancing. Irondroas«L | teben«. as ivqaiivd by lawn which [ 10:30 P. M. Night Shirt parade- j gwee* third class districts.  Saturday» July ZL ISSI  t:30 A. M. Commande»* and Ad* J ktanta* Breahfast.    1  10:00 A. M. Meeting off l T Wt Ftt-j  MaiOODCUTS  I  nsula Association delegate» off latr-j lean Legion Posts. Legion d ‘  8:00 P» M. Grand Parade, asd bugle prlaee: im HW  (OsnUnuod an  OFFNKOTSWT  TUttaia Devgee, UR. Reietta Shefka, M71 Laura Wejciachewrski. MIS. Nisi Audens*. UN. Magdaiìwe Slema. S.18S.  Lüg Rgjaia. 1JR.  Mary Aaa Feealck, 1M0. Margherite Chisholm, IMO.  Margwt Ahaaa, 1JBB0.  Canvassing off these votes | made last night at stx o'clock at the j OSes of the Bessemer Business Men  AMLV MAW uua* m... «M.K I  rr »« 1 *    oo* of Ue «rat  .^LSülTJ WI^LL WORK t» tt* ia the nee kw dropped out AS TIMMR OECKS    I   wn,,ot#  i  Tt - tt1ti -"  lhe alghe shift off the Underwood. mm* «sal. whkh was la opsrartea eterei i Mit 2L has heea ahaadeaed sad aslv ^ . !m*ttrtlk,c«.tiaM<Mvtk»: VkC* ««tealM im Sin4ay Uka at Floyd Gibbons la headline Nstai Instead off the day aad alghe ehift • WaheSetd last week. Miss June Pa* !    las hewtnHMw.    (card aad Mies May Roeemargy, both  Floyd CfthnMi  At World*. F  Rücui  the sales tax law *me retailer may absorb the tax,  .    program opened with a Kiddie Kar  I t^ n! parade. Races were run and prises an article Is lax free.^Ths'    1 awarded shortly before noon to close  il°\ a     if I? ei? I the mornings' activities.  in the bill principally to benefit tar uers  JUNE WAS MOSTLY FAIR SAYS REPORTS  During the afternoon, the neat Dul utb Dixie Oilers, who hold seventeen victories this season and only one defeat, found little mettle from the Dixie Oilers of Bessemer and did not have to extend themselves to capture to 6 contest.  MAXIMUM T8MRERATURS OF S4 D BOR EES REQISTtRED  ON JUNC 10  Floyd Gibbons la in Chicago toted-fj Mecawe «f huge pOca off legs vbkbj U years aid girts of Bessemer, saved ltae hunting at A Century off Pwiw» 1  derfctd the gOl site dartsg the teat a Hatley» Wiacoasin girl from drown ter hie vast radio audience. He wperu ^^th. twa gangs off aorhmaa  all the exciting, thrilling, fin iaatteg---^  Temperature during June ranged from 32 to N degrees reports Frank Barntch. cooperative weather observer. Minimum temperature was registered on the 14 while the highest was reached on the 18th off June.  Mean minimum was 88.8 degree«, mean gMXlmum 88.8. mean average 88.1, Precipitation waa 8.88 inches.  Fifteen clear days, one cloudy aad fourteen partly cloudy, prevailed. Pré« vall|ag direction of the wind «as eouthweet, aad on eleven days, thund-erstonas occurred.  GRANT GRACE ON TAX PAYMENTS  SOARD AUTHORIZES SS60N0 DISTRIBUTION OP MONSV  MACKINAC ISLAND IS IDEAL SPOT FOR WHITE HOUSE SITE  To Invite President Roosevelt Soon  Rep. Joseph Green, of Crystal Falls, will travel to Washington, D. C.. early next month as a member of a legislative commission which wilt invlta President Roosevelt to establish htg summer White House on Machtnac Island.  The commission Is headed by Rep. Earl Burhans and in addition to Rep. Green Is composed of Representatlvea Clyde 8tout, George 8chroeder and Tracy 8outhworth. and Senators J. N. Lamoreaux and 8amuel Raymond.  At a preliminary meeting held at Lansing the commission determined upon Mackinac Island as a possible site for the summer White House and the Invitation to the president will be with the suggestion that that historic spot be selected.  As much as possible, the commie* sion plans to take Mackinac Island to Washington. There will be mape and photographs showing the tsWnd*a spots of beauty and of historic inter» est. Motion pictures will more vivid* ly portray the recreational advantage« of the entire Machlnac region. Roger Andrews of the Machlnac Island state park commission and Frank Emery, former superintendent and aa authority on Mackinac*» historical tore are being consulted by the commission to obtain all possible data in an effort to induce the president to accept Michigan's invitation.  The centralized location of Mich« Igan «giving added convenience aa a site for a summer Wliite House and the invigorating summer climate of the state will be used as additional arguments.  During its visit with President Roosevelt the commission will show several reels ot motion pictures da* pictlng the worh being done through the President's emergency conservation work program In Michigan. The pictures are uow being tahen by tha department ot conservation In many of the 45 camps now operating la tha state to show the variety of work being done and Its Importance to conservation.  Machtnac museum combined witk choicest historical exhibits from Lana* Ing state museum opened last week tor the season under the direction of Mrs. George D. 8chermerhorn. vice regent of the Michigan Daughters off the American Revoluion.  Principal exhlhlta are the colorlal room with old fur trading agency chair and furniture. Sax apianlng wheel ot Josette LaFrambols. atova invented by Benjamin Franklin la 1748. arsenal room containing Indian and World war relics, largest cola exhibit in northwest. Michigan atata pewter collection, deed Michilimack* Inac Island from Chippewa Indians to King George 1781. gun tragmeata and utensils found In excavating etock-ado foundations In 1788.  Total exhibit Is valued at 880.008.  A major factor la the reduction of Priamry School Istarnst Fand moaoy Is a docvaaaa of approximately SO per east is tha inheritance tax.  doings on Chicago's katefront WathTa    da tedi id rapidly aad etarttag! TW war debta awed as amount to  fair grounds three alghta weakly aver Wednesday, ealy aae shift agpeare 1  spera thaa all the gold there Is la the thaN. B. C. for tk. Unni, mà    Itateth.ftowt»«?!*!"' 1 *  MUM'Ot Ma c«Mttoaa -Httw tWM««.ristart».heUSaro»!-  Floyd Gibbons* claim to being tke ^ gate. Soar cirtoidi off ttea bava 'Bessemer Business Men, Male  wMrtd’t moat tamoaa h>mm*    km akiyceS. «kite otker liaWf  yeara mo »kan k* worka« w »  h     a* tke afU  Cklcago Tribnne. Ha •‘aeeo»«* th»  U |-tawn” on ao many occaaioM tkat tfccgr Mat kim abroad to baco«» h* «C tkalr **r cvrmpoadeata. Rk aki&v ta ka-oa Ue not «ken wmiR    Aa  Hi happent «aa a»téiace< at »a»  «kan at mlé-aan Ik*    an rt*tk  Employes, Picnic Wednesday  Kan Wedaeeday gfteraaoa Is tha I data Sar the sesead aaaaal plcalc off  Runlaaee Mea'a Asaoc-  be was saiiiag. wga teNmL    "  r     üfi J?^bî :  Istlsg gad arm take tha 80m off a atsg  kaaa survivsd to sead the jaartd ira    » aet-iaasthee and dteaar. to bo held  Srst news of the tragedyatech be» rpjar FwalwsaU teethe air race» sgaa-1 ^ ^    lodge os U.S.  lau survived  «S »nt tka United gtatea 1m tka watkl    ! —t aeatk af Manar, aad akant  «aaltet» Adveatgre followed adeem- st Megasasnea. Sunday. Ararsea .  ' Zî aack Vitk Ua kanSIln* *«K*e    tka SaM. » «Uaa  ter Oikkona. At Sallan Waa«. »    trtaaanTir ww» ta 1« akitw. H U  MSN*« tk* loaa ol ki» Mt am. Be    una» «mm n eiaadtag atan  at U Sanrget «kan LiiAir«k  Specie«, plana kave keen entilneé 1er an imwmni alla» nan We*-  •aat enltent feat nie an  Ikt air race* apaaaS n three Say _ ' u ~ .-T-'-j .k.    rtrfe mMimm m MieenkN. even- > tka alteraaen a |Nfnn wUl he n Mfi*  * tomtMolCklM. ImuXwyi k| > aa« katkiM kenck l> tkn kann[kkP  ZHZm latattaace atcwnS OMw at «Sa eft* Aka« Sltaa» thenanad'»tt and Unna at »a»aa«ar. Skltwlaa «naaa tkaaaoc Ww.ktkti|* |inni aa« tka «ata» kfklns *> cat—  teT>  kwaaw ^    ' teat an« atker aartal aranta.  Slab Warid'a lair «aiS »Maraa. u «gata covaria« tka M an« aa tka gtaka a ftaM Ma Ika Nkw naaaa tweSM ka  !  I  I  Oaaagto hM a la« raklkiting tka;  Ma«laiM4lMRpSS  ky Ckartaa laaak. cknlman at tka tmiawiat caauüttee «SI caaaiat at Or. t. I. Mallaa  aaA IdHHt a Kkltfr  •vir« tor tka leant. Kndolph Haag «111 be napife and Ckartaa S. Dada. Snaineaa Men’a aeoraUry, will enrry tka «atar kaakab litaaki «Ul alaa be aajoyed.  Meg coatOMplatiag og sttssdlsg tka »leale ara reaaeated ta lenta Sna> •tmtr at I o'clock Wadaaada# atta^ aaaa. It paailbla. IMt atoraa *ka kava kaaa MS aa WaSaaaiai afteraoona tor ika naan aoatka  sai tlhát haalaaea alaeaa siili alaa  aa WedaaaSay and akara at tka a»  Maaikara at tka »laala aaaaittaa Inelada. Ckarlaa laaak. ekaliaaa.  tksr LIsisImíss» Charlas (hglUlt Vgl aatlsa Morosi Huso Hitt osé Jossfb Megfiber.  Following action which gives the public utilities until December 1. 1888. to pay their 1888 tuxes without penalty, tha state administrativa hoard auhortsed n second distribution of 4  Primary School Interest Fund money on December 18. 1888, Only money paid In on the 1838 tax. from June 30 to December 1. will be dis* trlbuted In December. The total distribution for the year Is estimated st 818.080.000.  The August distribution of the Primary School Interest Fund «III ha materially reduced below early osti mutes. The präsent estimate is plao-ed by the auditor-goneral's department at 810.000,008. which would provide somewhat lose than 87.50 per census child from the August distribution.  Anderson Rites  Held Last Friday  Laat ritea tor Mr*. Carolina Andersen. M. «ko 4M ot a krokan neck received la a tall dova a liskt at callar autre laat veet. «ara held at • o'clock Friday afternoon. Tka ftav. r. S. W. Kaataaa oOolataé aa« inter-aenl «aa la Hiiireat ceaitary.  iallkaarara vara Herann Carlton. Andrew Jokaaaa. 0. U Soikarg. Out Pataraoa. Okarlaa Patanoa. Out Beil' aaa. Vtavar kaarara «ara Mia. Oaal Ntaraaa. Mra. Haraaa Oariaoa. Mia. Andrew Olaaa. Mis. JnUaa Valla.  Vaela Shi Saatrava ins Ikiaa la lanr taat ot elS «ora asé Mêlai ear* reacy every toy.  JOHNSON AWARDED GARBAGECONTRACT  sid or itnuo is Aeesrrso  sv oounoil: ons sio  RSJSOTSO  Artkar O. Joknaoa «aa awarded tka coatmot to haal city gnrka«e ter tka liti tacal yaar. at a aeeUn* aC tka Coaaon ConncU lati waa UH«W, V XMllto Aamt He» aaa ^or II.UO-M «aa rejected k.caaaa tt «aa not accoapanied ky a eonltaS ckeck ot 10 »or cent ot tko bid arie, aa re^ulred. Tka klMera «aia: pi 0, Andaraon .............tt.koe*ak»  William Makl --------------M.OOO.et  Avgnat Hallman____....----IttM.M  Augnat Joknaon.............ILtttN  Otker kaalnaaa takaa a» «aa tka elaia ot daauiaa SlaS ky Marte« Bellona «kick waa aettled (or UN.M. Tke damaca data ot Praak bacae waa eleo eettied aad tka aaonnt «aa IM0.M. Tka coaacll «aa aatkorteoS to »arckaee (4M lailoat et oli.  In conjunctloa «Itk tko MleklSM Munlclpal Leaiue, tko Coauaoa Coaacll «111 kee» advited aa all aa« lava enacted ky tka ttata laclalalaia ter-Ululai to city govetaaont. Darias tke meeting tke Coaacll alaa f» toetai agatnat tka nnwly efectlfa Mlcklgaa aalee tu and a mainila« «Ul ka drawa «ai co»lee «III ka aatt-uà la tka Mtcktpa lagtaiatara aaé stata aStelala.  Tke itti at toner «aa aakad ta aaH ter tka lUng elalaa a«alaa( Ika SM» aaa CaaaUvetlaa Ooa»aiy.  A   

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