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   Ada Weekly News, The (Newspaper) - June 8, 1932, Ada, Oklahoma                             THE ADA WEEKLY NEWS VOLUME XXXII ADA. OKLAHOMA. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 8, 1932 NUMBER 11 GUTTLE FOR .Oklahoma Firtt Before Judge Pollock at Kansas City MOBRFDEFlflHT Governor Immediately Places National Guard Patrol at Bridge Milk Inspection Ordinance to Be Put Into Effect Preparations are being made now to enforce the city ordinance culling for Inspection of mllK supplied to consumers here The Inspection will .begin in near future, according to Ur. "This will call for inspection ,f dairies and testing nf Hi" milk from inch dairy as part ol tin- enforcement pro-ram, which In designed to keep the quality of milk tiN'-'l here to u stand- ard regarded an esM-ntlal to tl.e health of th" consumers. KANSAS CITV. Knnxaii. June n. JinlM; John C. Pol- lock today overruled the Htnle of Oklahoma's motion lo dlnmlxM nn Inluncllon suit brought by th" relver for the Hed Klver llrldge rompany of Texas, seeking the HiiMiiR or control by the company of the free bridge near UeiilHiii until alleged damages of llir.0.000 are obtained tlirntigh lolls. I Judge I'ollock ordered allorneys for Oklahoma and the company to tile briefs by Saturday In federal rotirl at Okla.. relating to the validity of the fihlcliasaw franchlne under which the com- pany's parallel toll bridge operat- ed. If be holds valid (he franchise years ago by tin- Chlckn- nnw Nation. Judge Pollock will try the cane lit Mtiskogee before a Jury to determine what. If any.) damages are due the company.] The case would be transferred from the equity to the law side of the docket to provide for a Jury trial. In the event of a trial, the law iipldylng lo a condemnation suit liroiiglil by Oklahoma concerning npprnachcH to the free bridge which were owned by the bridge company will b" coitHlderi'd also. One pin I of the Injunction pro- i.....ding necks In restrain Interfer- ence with the operation of III" loll bridge and an application for a mandate auks that the re- c-lvcr for the bridge company he placed In charge of the free bridge I until JI.'.O.IIOO In obtained from liners of the toll bridge. Officers by Complcti Outfit Buried in Out of Way Spcit County oTfleers are frankly puzzled, having unearthed a com- outfit of feminine apparel 111 a thicket BOIIH; distance from any highway where It hail been carefully burled In three shallow graves. It U th" titter laclt of con- nection with any crime that linen reported ami their Inahlllly to flcuri! out any logical reason for tins presence then: of the clothing that mystified HKI orfie'-rs Into a nagging curiosity to what It was all aholit. notice.! President Affixes Signature Within Two Hours After Passage IN EFFECflHE 21 Expected to Raise More Than Billion and Balance Budget WASHINGTON. Tin- revenue hill Is law tod'iy. bolstering flu- credit of the gov- ernment with the greatest rang" of ever Imposed by country except during war. Spartan absence of cere.- inony. President Hoover trans- formed this Klant legislation Into statute by afflxliiK his signature veslerdiiy evening In tin? nci: only of n secretary. less ban two hours after the fliml legislative step bad been taken bv tb" senate. Th" majority of the new rates, excises nml stamp taxes will Into effect In IT. 'lays, or on June 21. The treasury will prepare for their Tin- new. Illicit income rales are applicable to the earn- ings of the current calendar year and will payable on next "year's returns. The law Is to pour JI.I1S.- f.HO.OiHi Into the treasury during fiscal yai which be-In and thus restore th" iw Vets Carry Bonus Fight to Capital ON RELIEF BILLS; VOTEJHIE Garner Bill Calling for Before Lower House SENATE MlSO ftGT Robinson Calls for Consider- ation of Loan Bill County Receives Much State Aid For Its Schools I'otitotoe county pchools rccolv- In state nli! durlns tlio nchnol year endi'd a totnl of nccordlnK to a tabulation uiailo by James W. Huff, county miperln- lemlcnt. Tho state nld futulii In nt various llmos iltirlni; the year and wore distributed well over the county. Of the total secured from the state aid funds, about was for transfers paid by tlio state Huff said today. The superintendent nxpectn to have tabulated by Saturday tlio applications for transferH of Ktu dents from one school district tc mother for next year. GREATEST FLOOD 1HHEK FOLLI lllu to stay here until the bonus Is paid, whether It Is next or lVt5." said a spokesman for B2S Jobless war veterans a of whom are shown here at mess In a vacated bullilliik as on 'Washington from all parts of the country "We are g year they A boy Is said to have n hit of tlm dress sticking UP tin above the ground and to have July 1........... his father. So one In tlm llonal finances to a cash h.inls- would bo.h-r the pay as you uo ami no xpiit and so the officers were no- in tlfled. irountry's cnnomlc l" b.ir- restore the life to Its 'Mieit'lltures are lo be cut rqiialllng the revenue. was They dug around could without digging nients and unearthed tlirei iiriven nn In on- place was found a The senate had laid this dress badly torn, wrapped In aside yesterday to give tan coat. In another were pu'-1 final approval to the tax bill, ments formerly known as In the conference com- meiillonahli.'S and In the third which led to acceptance 1.1-wli JlirlMllclliin Hpol stockings and garters. rates by the. house Inn Assistant Attorney Cent-nil Wll- Officers today were planning Saturday. There was Ham U. Lewis, bead of Hie Oklabo- return lo tho place, which Ulfight In-fore this last ma legal staff, eonlemlcd In and east of Sew Helhel. was completed, centered til- i.i.pllcallon for dismissal Hint Home more digging on one tax. that on Male had no legislative net which, vicinity In the liopo of turn- power, would make It party tn the suit up Home cine as to tho why j ItnUcd In .Semite and that Hie brldue compiiny bnd find. i More than 30 senators sought In the pendlngi They point out that ordinarily the whole bill sent out nmple reciMirsi- FORCE EMLY VOTE Oil BILLJ Sufficient Signatures Secured to Force Vole June 13, If in Session. WASHINGTONWS MARCHERS Will Cease to Feed Visitors; Contingents En Route Ad- vised to Turn Back. WASHINGTON. June Cash bonus advocates today s-r- ciired the Hf. signatures n-'ces- ary to force a bouse vote Mon- day. June in. on the 12.000.000.- 000 full payment Issue. The Until slsiiatiiri! was pr.t) condeminitlon. Among the observers hearing today was who was ordered oilMcd ftoin the! ordinary Oklahoma highway riiminlsslon by I Covciiior William II. Murray einl weeliH auo. WenU contested his removal j nnd Hi" lower courts nf Oklahoma decided against the occupation of his office by Miss Maude Thomas of P.eaver. iikln.. who was ap- itnled In his post. The case In I discarded clothing would o nt the If suspected as a pos- to crime, and that no explanation suffices tn tho careful luirlal of the nts. I now on appeal. TO SPEIK JUNE 13 I In- conferees ngnln b.-causc e had laid the electric tnx on coiisiiiin-r'ti monthly bill anil Icsti-inled U to Include municipal ipower systems. Hut an unyleld- niiijorlty would not be balk'ei. (be major objecllve. to g-l tin Mil dune Immediately and put K lint directed iittor- OKLAHOMA CITY. June es draft tlTe '.V. Accepting an liivltiitli.il lo 1 Ibe briefs nml'address the graduating class or Ib" t'nlvcrsily of Oklahoma at Norman tomorrow. Governor Mur- ray today also extended his UTILITIES PROTEST EiS Several Companies Insist Fig ures Placed by Tnx Com- mission Too High WASHINGTON. June The house today voted to con- sider the Garner relief program Sunder drastic procedure., that vlt- ually assure Its approval In 11 hort lime, liy n vote of 20.. 189 It accepted a rule for lonslderatlon of the bill under vhlch It will be Impossible to get anywhere In the bouse wl'.h any other relief plan. WASHINGTON. Jnnn Congress'progressed today in Its hnndllns of relief legislation, with the bouse of representation verging on a showdown on the j.-trner program. Tlmt section of the iluiuocrntlc hill allowing ,4300.- for loans to slntiM to incut destitution was approved by tlm senate banking comiuli- Wbetlnir to accept the drastic procedure sought by the lions-! di-mocrats to Jam through t.ie earner plan was the question debated In the house. If this falls, the bill tnny be laid wide open for amendment bill If It succeeds, the ndmlnlH- trntlon will lack any there to seek to substitute OKLAHOMA CITY. June fi. (A Hoover plan. Three public utility companies A committee of mayors assessed by the state equalization by Mayor Murphy of P-troii. hirird on recommendations of the bronchi a petition Oklahoma tax commission bond Issue Twenty or More Still Mining; Death List May Higher Go BUSINESS DISTRICT DAMAGED. Relief Organization Put Into Operation Without Delay day flli'il protests with the The Vlnlta Fuel company, rep- resented by GeorKe A. Hcnshaw. inanaKer of Governor Murray's presidential lieadqunrtors, alleg- ed Its assi-ssmont should not be In excess of The board adopted the commission's figure of fr.7.S40. addlns for money at om The pany cn-asi1 anil credits to be taxed of one per cent. Pipeline corn- Oklahoma protested asalnst an of In Its Is deem- ed v.illd lie iilno acceded to a imtiotindeil by the company for favorite legislate na.inient of loll-' If UN battle for validating tin f ISalley hrlde.e which funds. Tin- ciniti'liileil tbul few toll i-rs Kepi tb" r Ipts by Ihey might later claim re- rival attorneys Informed .ludr.e Pollock Hint only two point" remained In be nettled In the Injunction CIIKI-: whether the Iriuicbli" wns valid nnd If so wlmt wan tin- value nf the franchise lo Ibe company. "I Judge Pollock said. "Hint Oklahoma Is entitled to a trial before n Jury." Kllher your state owes money to the bridge company or It n't." he said to Lewis. The Ok- lalniman Mild he WIIH willing to KII to trial wllb the case any tltm within the iicM live days and said It would not lake liini; to deter- mine II. Judge Pollock Indicated pres- Hiire of legal work would prevent hlH lirarliiK It wion. The briefs will b" forwarded to him from Milhkogee. Of the new law's total expected the excise lu.M'H ranging power to cosmetics to candy, an; the company l with M more speaking dales. n'.o.r.oo.OOO. i Mllrruy will address the gradu-! taxes, which lu- ales al To a. III. The governor will speak al MH- pliur at S o'clock tonight, lie will resume bis tour Wednesday, speaking al Mndlll at 2 p. m. and at Wapanin-lca at S p. m. New Bpeaklng dates scheduled, with appearances due at 'J p. m.. and p. in.. In order listed, Ada and Shnwiiee. .Inn- Norman. p. in.. June III Duncan and l.awton. June llollls and Miinguin. June llohart and Wealherford. June 1 11 a. m.: Canadian and an end the long-drawn out tllng and altering of rates, and today. 12 signatures were needed the resulting fears and hesi'ailon honus petition. These were of the business and Industry af- fected by I he new tax burden. The lilll went through IK to The opponents were II re- mnstly from the Inde- pendent wing. democrats and the one f.u-mer labor nicmbrr. was on the bill Just ns Speaker Gar- ner called for a vote on final house action on the tax bill. There was no demonstration as................... ISnpresenlallve Garrett Tex.) rolunl was fair put his name on the petition complete, while house members waited tin! vole on the tax bill. When the house, met at 10 in. to push the tax bill through j nr a 15.000.- help em- strlcken ployment anil Speaker P.arner hnil It read to tin; bouse, whlli Mnny Dend nnd Great Dnmnfie Over Wide Area Result of Violent Shocks MEXICO CITY, Juno Moro Ihan three score persons were known to he dead today and upwards of 100 Injured ns a result of the series of destruc- tive, earthquake, shocks whlcu struck Mexico yesterday. Great damage was done over a wide urea and a number of smal- ler towns were entirely wiped official dispatches from Guadalajara raised' tho death toll In that vicinity to at least 30. A score of towns were seriously damaged or destroyed Tin- towns of Atengulllo w( finti Gabriel In the Guadalajara district were wiped out. Cliidnd Guzman was almost do- mollshed and the town of nsper- nnza was badly damaged. It was Impossible to establish communi- cation with the city of Mnnzonll- Oilier towns which were bndly damaged nnd from which an In- definite number of casualties wan watched from the the mayors cnllery. June :t. iliitlli list In Uiu Oklninmm City Hood: nirlMlne Mnrgiui, 1.1. ami ItnMer Morgan. 5. Norn Sorris. 5O. Vnltlontlfleil wniunti, 2iM. Unidentified Inirwniiui. OKIJVHOMA CITY. Juno boys In tlm Taylor homo near hero were removed this afternoon by county officers and taken through flood wntoru to the county poor farm. OKI.AHOMA CITY. June waters that surneil with tragic suddenness over a wide nee-linn of sleeping city reported by authorities hero early this afternoon to have taken a known death loll of five. Four bodies, those of two wo- men, a child and n H-year-old girl were recovered. A horseman also was believed Hi ImVJ lost his life In the surge of water from a river nml a fitful creek. Trapped In scores of houses, tents nml cabins In Iho low ly- ing soulherii sections of Okla- homa City. Including the muni- cipal camp for HIM destitute, un estimated 700 homeless families presented a grave problem. At lenst 20 persons woro mis- many worn wived by cling- The house agriculture commit- tee approved the distribution of more bushels of farm biwird wheat nnd fiOO.OOO b.ilci of The to Its cotton .for tho needy, senate committee was du consider this'prooosltlon lAtci In. the day. In- The senate hnnkliiR committee as- decided to report on the loan ii-ssiiient" over Its' return of JK.- section of the hill or.S.287, and the AJax I'lpe Mm) ahead of the controversial COM- com'pany protested an assess- structlon features, as propose.! by ment of Its Senator for 1ISITED It elude rlmrges on telephone am messages. admission tickets, oil pipe lineH. safe de- po-dl boxes, bank checks and limits, are counted on for fti'2.- From Income lavs, personal .and corporations with ninny ad- Jmliilstratlve changes rediiclin.- jims-dhle deductions, n total ef i f'JI'li.OiHI.IHill Is lo In obtained slowly but resmtatlvcs West Ohio) and Gavagan (D.. N. Y.) being the and 144th members to Under the rules, the motion take the bonus bill away from the ways and means committee, which reported It adversely, can- not hu voted upon before June 13. If congress has not adjourned on that day for the two party conventions, a vole will bu In order. Representative Patman leader of the bonus advo-j cates. predicted as soon as the., petition was completed that! there are enough votes In house to discharge the comniltlM) and pass thu bill." I'o-ital ral three-cent Stewart, McAloster, June IS; nnd Tulsa. June 1NENTZ TO TE5TIH Clnremore drawn. Increases, Inclinl- letter postage, estimated al J I r.n.otlO.MOO. Stamp la-.en on bond and slock Issues, mil on transfers. futures .ind conveyances are listed at IIII.IIIMI. Gift laves, the four tariffs on coal. oil. lumber anH copper, ac count for the balance. OKLAHOMA CITY. June 4. 1 11 --Lew Wentz. now In a cmi- test for his highway romnilhslon piiNl, will ti'Mtlfy Monday In a hearing on keeping open Hie free lied river bridge near lliirnnt. .Miicnu Hrflaiit OKI.AHOMA CITY. June nallnmil guard patml of the military tune at thn approaci- the new flee bridge river between lluranl. Okla.. J II exns. will jw.iv did not concur In a purported agreement Ada was visited Sunday night by another soaking rain which, coming on the heels of u series of oilier downpours, contributed to raising of the total rainfall for tho early nimnier this year. A furious straight wind blew for a time before the rain began fall- Ing hern, creating some uneasiness ammii: residents whoso windows wen- rattling and trees slashing about In the blasts. Home of the storm cellars whlcli are still to be found here nil? there came In for a visit ns tin windstorm approached Its height accompanied by vivid Itanhus o. llchtnliiu. Some slight damage was f-m'ci ti. spring grain crops but in gon eral llttl" barm was reported. A fi.-w trees were down II-.T.! today and noun' limbs were torn from trunks of trees when slashed nnd Tia- reported are Amcca. Mascota Mitlnn. Ixtlann, Sayula omulco. Four soldiers were killed Mlchoacan. wlit-ro a bar- cks collapned. Complete reports were still from the coastal cities OF U. C. y. MEETS Polito Clear Truck CI.KVKLANI1. June Police, siiuads were rushed from j every precinct In the city today'. with orders to clear thu Pennsyl- vanla railroad yards of "bonus marchers" who bad stopped operations In the yards. Chief of Police George Mato- wltz and a number of officers climbed In tho cab of a locomo- tlvu as an effort was made bring It out of the yards, but tho OKLAHOMA cs-servlco men halted lln> A short time before, 2.r. who were standing In front .if j the roundhouse were W. C. V. nnd ivnjon established ul once. Governor H. Murray Mild today. Murray's announcement Wentz conferred today with C. Lewis, assistant attorney gen-j lf testimony Is expected that the Oklahoma high CITY. Jun iiardsmen will withdrawn from the Durant-Donl- or. free bridge across lied river wiiovedipenillng final settlement of a fed Unhlnsnn, democratic eadcr. In order to expedite con- Ideratloii. llnml For One of the other provisions be bill calls for a public con- struction bond Issue of to which President Hoo ver Is opposed. Itoblnson planned to ask for in agreement In the si'na'.e U> lay to take up tin relief bill ns soon an tho aennt< lias iicted on the pending ecen omy bill. The committee approved tin section of the bill providing fo allocntloii of the relief advance to states upon the basis of popu latlnn. and vsri-ed that the WM of the stall! governors should be accepted as to wbulhir thu nue I Is gri.-nt enough to warrant a loan. The money wns lo be ref-nnl- cd to the reconstruction corpor- ation Hirniigli which the .idvan- ces would hi- made, out of fu- ture fedifal nld appropriations. Representative Ilnnkhead (15.. Ma.) opening the house debate said "If (here was ever a tlm" when relief wns needed U In now." "The real purpose lying be- hind this legislation Is tlm emergency." Ilankhead said, a I- ding that the "democratic organ- ization ban undertaken this IMatlnn ainl accepts full respon- sibility for It." Keprosmitallve Purnell of In- illdiia. leading the republlca-.t pnnltlnn, suld: 'Wfi have learned from our lallsco and Mayurlt.. whcro It wns bought heavy dnmiiK" from Hum waves mlBht have resulted. The historic old churches or San Jose. Sun Francisco .a Merced In Colluia wero badly Inmnged. as was the beautiful cathedral In Teplc. farther Col'lma reported that subter- ranean noises nml flanlics from Hi n nearby Collma volcano ac- companied the shockH. Soldiers ure patrolling the streets to pro- vent disorder. Mnny homes wero ruined. The city was without Ing''to housiitops and tlndlng'" refuge In trees and 14 wero sent to hospitals, suffering exposure. Charitable organizations set'up an emergency relief organization, tho lied Cross appealing for JKO.- 000. Governor Murray turned over from the slalo emer- gency relief fund lo help finance tint work. National guardsmen aided or- ganized civil authorities In the rescue-: of many entire but hungry boys, their food supply rulnml. were mnroontil In light or water .due to the shocks having put tho plants out of com- mission. a county-owned the city. Sheriff school east Stanley ot SOUTH OOTIET NEAI1S hill lit the extreme end of smith llroadway IH now liclnc cut uwny as work progresses on I It ii new street project. WlK.n completed this rondway will con- nect south llroadway with Valley View addition. Accordlnc to Charles T. Hates, who In In charge of the project, lite road was made when to lie was the Associated Pr-rss Informed Hint Ke-1- the Texas blchway betweell fomiiilsslon ,-rnl Judge John C. I'ollock. at Knnsus C'ty. Kan.. Imd overruled Oklaltninn'ii motion to OlMiUw- :he! iippllcatlon of the lied Klver IlrldBC company of Texas for an Injunction reKtralnlnw Interfer- ence wltli Its neiilson-Uurant toll free will kn't open tiiUJI the supremo court of the rnlted Slates decides other- wl.e. Judge I'ollock noiwllh- BtatHllns." ernor asserted. JU- pointed out that n military zone already nt thu brldpe under an nr der of lull summer when ric moved to open tlio new brldse In the face of federal court Htl- Katlon which had allowed the t.ill r.iiitlnuril nn nnd owners of a pa raj lei toll span whereby the owners were to be paid nearly Jir.O.OOO to close the structure. The hearing will take place he- ore l-Vderal Judge John C. rol- ock In Kansas City. WKM.INGTON. Kan.. June 7. i _ Grady llook'-r of I'nnionn. was elected Miperlnteiidcnt the Cltv schools bere Ilyrd camp of the U. met Sunday afternoon at Convention Memorial ball and af- ter disposing of the regular busl- nejt.i of the camp enjoyed an turestlns program. Oscar Cantwell and Mrs. Car- rie De.Moss brought a pleaslns musical feature. Cantwell sink- ing, with Mrs. Do.Moss at the piano. Claude V. Thompson, county Judge, spoke for a tlmo on the principles of the Civil war. trac- ng development of government since that epic struggle and showing wherein coming gener- ations must face necessity of fur- ther adjusting government to conditions within the nation. aside by the "marchers." police did not resist them. Safety Director Merrlck dered the yards cleared a hours after officials of th n tho capital. Only a few dollars and a lim- ited amount of suppll-w remain of the storo gathered by the po- lice department to care for the Jobless visitors and Police Super- intendent Glassford has an- nounced he will gather no more. The one to two thousand mtn already here, man? of them now sleeplnc In the open, will soon be out of food at the rate, even without arrival of the reported en route on trelsbf tralni, trucks and aloot. Ity, Kans.. federal court, said It likely will be autumn before the toll brlduo company's suit Is trlrd at Muskogce. He predicted Hie bridge company would lose because the court has no Juris diction and they can't win under the Chlckasaw treaty." Murray'contended thn original toll bridge franchise, granted by the Chlckasaw Nation over 40 years ago to Holmes Colvcrt. a Chlckasaw. was not valid when transferred to a corporation. Be- cause of the franchise, the recclv er for the lied Klver Toll Brlds Co.. claims Oklahoma and Texas owe Indemnity. Olgli says the people want a lighter and more popular of opera. That might go opera too. to pross relations that Is In disrepute, like It has not been for n King time. The perform- nee you will Bet) today IH what as brought that disrepute. We liavu presented 'o ns lin- er this unpreceiU-nteil gag ruin bill (lint will ii.ilmlnnne Imlrfl- Itely tho budget that bal- nced nt f. o'clock last night when the president Hi" ax hill." Purnell said. In tho senate banking com- mittee deliberations. Hcnattu Townsend proposed nn amend- ment to distribute the funds to he slates on the basis of nc'J-1 nstead of population but It was rejected by the eomuillicu 7 to The committee the state governor should charged with responsibility for distributing the funds advanced. It was provided that thu ad- vances should rteduclul fjom road aid funds beginning In in3i> for a five year ,period nnrt th'J Interest should bo five per From thU distance It looks as if the man who said the demo- crats would have no trouble In "getting together at Chicago" forgot to add the words "for a royal." niarooinid "v- drowned. the- Tnn backing up of flood wntrrs This nhiltdown of with the help contributed by tn tho nortii end Iv and city commlssloiifrs makes city field, nt possible the construction graveling of n rondway CO wide. L. U Estes. a south side resl- When completed the new nve- a woman who line of travel will shorten the wnH frantically istance from the city Inmsetop go down when her View addition and Other nnmu> floating downstream, col soiUh of with nnolber. Them was an those deslrlnB v rcporl of anolher wo- Valley outlying districts city. At present, _ TflEES HIVE NEW OIL HUE iiVr'ea'c'li must go railway trcslln IUD and which could not be reaclnitl Jnrt around several short corners at-1 and child wero ropnrtw. n great Inconvenience and loss of jrowncd In Melniso park In tin time. far south part of Hours of darkness In Ihn nrn suburb of Capitol Hill tho failure of seven thousand telepliones and GO toll Unea ed to tho terrors of families' struggling tn leave their flooded homes. Soruo looting was. Ilonedum Trees Oil com-jcd In downtown srs aft s- Lake Oil company Is reported exposure, a down to 470 In 3C-5; Palsy missing company rigging up In and Stanollnd Oil and pany In 32-5-G. number wero roport-' and hundreds mom 25-5-4 were receiving food and attention com- In hastily arranged emergency hundred activities during the summer tho northwest part of tho county. Tho attorney general of Mis- souri has ruled that any girl of 18 may marry without the con- sent of her parenU. He forgot to add. however, that they most be careful that all other bus- binds have beta legally disposed 'olf Ilwt.. It appeared the worst alnco 1923, when three perished. The community camp, tent cliy ot Jobless, and the Lightning creek bottoms appeared hardest hit.' Houses were swept away persons sought refuge on d In tree tops. Al the camp first I   

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