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   Ada Weekly News, The (Newspaper) - December 6, 1934, Ada, Oklahoma                             THE ADA WEEKLY NEWS VOLUME ADA, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1934 NUMBER 36 KENNAMER CASE TAKES STARTLING TURN WAGONER MAN, VICTIM OF HOLDUP BY FIVE YOUTHS, POINTS FINGER OF ACCUSATION AT YOUNG SLAYER Will Exempt Two Bales For Small Fanner and Simplify Enforcement Machinery Jury Finds iitoncwall Man Guilty of Murder of In TWO PLEAS OF GUILTY Court Makes Rapid Disposition Eighteen Places Selected in STRIVES jOH PARITY Believes by Cutting Surplus Industry Will Be Put on Even Keel Of Old Still on Dor.kct 4 ('rum Hull; I Jury In Hi" ca-e of Vonng with in connect- ion with (he .-I iviiii; of llrnisl Ausiell ul Sloni'wall Aliens! 1 found Vouim m illy anil Kuil Hie (lenallv at III ill the stale pi-nlteiitlary. The cani' to the jur. Tne.-day niclil. 'I lie jury reported Piintotoc County For Dec. 14 Ballot Fate of In-all cotton lonlrol bill for the comlim year will lie decided Friday. her 1 t. collon farmers and their landlords vole on wheiher or not lo i-oiilhnic the proiliicl- lon control jMOL'ram started year. Ill I'ulllolur i-ollllty lllele It.-t Hndlims al 1 o clock Wed-I lie Is liesdav i lieinu Vouiiu took the aiinouncemenl ivenient of the veidicl anil penally wl'll the same calmness (hat had his conduct during Hie trial. I ii'lilclini; his lime on Hie witness stand. Austcll. SloneHiill druuuist and IinMiatid ol a sister ot Yonne. was sla'ii late Saturday nU'lil of Aiu-n.-t IS. He and YoilllK WCle all'lle ill Ills store when two pistol shots were filed. one striking hill, in Hie side, the other In the he.id. Vouim ideadei al- IcKliiK that Ausiell had Marled toward him with an Ice pick, then turned lo i talile In drawer reposed a pistol. He said that he had n> a la'K witli some family the store to Ausiell troiildes. The prosecution pushed Hie ticcnxallon that It was Hie iiilenllon of killiii- the that a pistol and went lo .he store ahoul clo.-hiK lime. Disposition of other cases on Hie criminal d ri appeared lur triul. Friti >-nteied a plea of Kiillly lo a i-hurue of roldier.x ol dome.-lic fowls .mil was seiiieii- ced to one In the state pen- itentiary. Karl Williams pleaded lo a charce of L'lanil larceny an-1 on motion of l'ie county attor lie> was M'nleiiM'd lo two >iars al hard lahor in the stale lentlary. of L'lar W. H. Flnley. e lier> lied places for toting, elecled to make it for those Interest cotton production lo ballot. Almo-t I.IHHI farmers and land lords ale eligible to Vole as a result of the llankhead program In Ilil- count.'' during the past season. Kai'h farmer or landlori! coin- to t ole on continual-. ol the program must bring his rani along in order to be allov.ei! to vole. Where a landlord h; in one coiiuly but lives in an other, he will vote in the county In which In- is residing. The same apply to limners who hav.e moved from one county to another siiice the cotton season closed. Polls will be open at !i o'cloci: IMI the morning of December 1 I and close at o'clock In afternoon. WAIJ.M SPHINHS. Dec. a i.l'" President HooseVelt leaves his southland Ktndy home today j Iliinly committed to the new deal I experiment to bring parity forj farmers through acreage control, i Mr. Koosevclt Is convinced I there are little Kill-pluses abroad j because of Increased synlhetl'- i processes and that the way iiri-jiiiit for American farmers is :o this'adjust consumption to demand, thereby bringing ahoiit fair eco- wlll i nomlc prices and through this i means raising the standard of con- living, and, Incieas-j d ii Fitts South Extensioners Under Control After Blowing This Morning Disclosure May Lead to Un- expected Developments in Tangled Murder Case COUNTY ATTORNEY SPEAKS Hints Motive of Gorrell Slay- ing May Have Been Gang Revenge on Quitter Fittstown Riot Proved A Fizzle County Boom Closes Down At 10 O'clock Investigation Shows TO ACIDIZE'JESSE WELL TI'I.SA. Dec. r, -I.TI- -Phil Ken- namer, federal Judge's son charged with murder, allegedly was Identified today as one of five youths who robbed llnsll i KT t A r% f i _i James of Wagoner, Nov. 2K. the Crosbie No. 1A D. Harden Bromide, Probably Corn- pletc by Weekend (frnill Two wells ill the Flits southeast of Ada. both I hi.- buying power at home. south This fundamental policy, nn-{ tniicli here. The startling Id-iitiricatlon wan made hy James. Sheriff Clay Flowers said, after looking at Keunamer and a reporter with whom the former was talking, of them, James said the five .VIIUIIK e.xtensloners and so verylhandits rnlilied him of two hi tin! center of Interest In j pistols and a watch. Suggests Offer of Compromise Indicates Opponents Rec- ognize Defeat RELIEF TROUBLESOME An excited voice lust night about '.I o'clock telephoned tin' office .that a "regular knockdown anil dragoul fight" was going on In a col house I'l Flttstown. Armed wltli "lillly clulm" anil iillu-r necessary paraphernalia a "force" was despatched to tin1 scene, and this Is wliat tlii-y round: Two iiii-n In a grocery store ImyliiK crocerlcs. Three iiu-n In a four-stool cafe eating chill anil hamburgers. Two wonii'ii In another cafe playing checkers. bllHllleSS I i l-IICe .IlllleS III I'ged U it ll wllh lirearms, was coulin- ll> TIlUIMl; V. December mid that of li. Davis, charged with dihilig a car while intoxica- ted, was continued to Friday. Dec II. Franklin llonrland was appoin- ted by the cour: as altoi'ney tor Ceorue Hill, aci-n-'ed of rape in the first degree, and the case continued lo December 12. Dismissal of many cases has cleared the docket of much of burden. Judge F. Mr-Keel ex- plaining that most of the case.; are old ones, aid that in many of them are dead or moved and ttial court Is dealing the record dismissal ot suih as can not effectively tried, and Hying others. Cases dismiss-d include the following: Lou Walker, appeal; llaiiisev Johnson. ilrMni: wbih- drunk. cases; Fi'd Cook, larceny of automobile; A. CI-IKS, lar- ceny of automobile, two cases; In Ada voting will lie done al the coni'lliou-ic. In tin- other coiiitiiillilties places ale being ar- ranged now for holding of the election. These niaces me: Maxwell. I'.eliee. Yalioss. Lightning Uidge, K o f f. Sunshine. Jesse. Stonewall. Plcas- iint Hill. I.nla. stcedman. Allen. Francis. (Jonway, Ada and Yea- gcr. doilhtrdly to In; pursneil with vlg- nr, in the future effort to help farmers, is tne result of months of slndy liy the president a n d intensive surveys during his stay here. So far as Ills future nc-.v deal legislative policies are concerned these will he unfolded entirely to congress alone. The president takes his special train for a leisurely journey hack I to Ihc capital In the middle of I lie afternoon. He will arrive .it j the White House tomorrow just in time for luncheon, lie aiinou.i- ced that to give 'li" "little fellow" a hreak he will I move to exempt from the i restriction farmers who produce t wo bales or less.. In an Informal talk with ne-vs- i papei men whom he visited on tin- trouhle in the area, caused slum Wednesday morning. The Kil Moore N-i. 1 Smith, the nortliwest corner of :i 1-2- was shut In after blowing fa for several mi mi lei and llllin two lines with oil. Total! depth Is feet and operators; are preparing to deepen the well.] .James' bombshell followed iiuickly iiiion tlie .statement by wu" 'County Attorney llo'ly Anderson thai he licllcved Correll was shtlu j hy Kennamer to prevent Ills a "going straight." There had heen wild niniiirs of young gang activities In the hack-round of I lie Investigation WASHINGTON. Nov. (.V) While high ofllclals of the Hoosc- Velt adniliilstrallon hrandlshed a big stick lahelcd "Texas" 111 -iti effort to citrh the bonus drive, advocates of full and immediate payinunt surged forward today I iniui uu1 slogan "no compromise." 5 Though administration leadeis expressed the helief drive can he blocked, tin; contest now getting up full steam leaves a wide margin of uncer- tainty as to how large the expen- ditures of thu next congress will An attempt was made on of the sla Thanksgiving Day to wash the nation was well In but this did not succeed pointed at .ing but James' accu- the first definitely j Kennamer. More Than 200 Women Ac- tive in Adult Clubs in Past Twelve Months WORK HATSTOOD UP' Drouth and Depression Over- come by Cheerful Deter- mination of Women A summary oC the work ac- complished' during Hie past twelve months under Hie direc- tion of Mrs. Morr.au, homo The majority of tin houses closed for Hie nlghl. A half-dozen men In the o c. i I1'11" "lid peaceahly Housing to Be Mam Stake snooker. Relief This Winter A farmer and his wife home from a school-house jjrani- -each carrying a Ian........... Dozens of steaming and light-1 face of obstacles i-il nil well rigs drilling away. [drought and dlscont riot. demonstration agent. ri'Veals to extent (o which the 1-11 chili and Adult Farm Women's dull work enters Into the acllvlllcH of thi> communities III every parl of I'otitoloc coitnly. Tht> home worit 'ias heen nccompllHlieil In I h Including lit, lint has i TIE OF FLIERS 'heen pleasant hecause the have heen runxlHtriilly oliii-rfill and delermlned to overcome and put over their program. j There have heen women In the county workln I'ard on i various projects Hun Indued fnr- nlsh neceKsllles of Ir.liiuili life for themselves and 'heir riitnll- Intensive Search by And Aircraft Still Being Pushed les. Vcsscls T have been many 'human Interest, of Mndl.v, I borly aid thai have mil heen en- it ered In the wrliteii records of the clubs. to the bromide sand. The Moore No. 1 Akers. a ler of a mile to the west ot the Smith lest. In northwest of A suggestion put forward here yesterday, apparently with the tentative approval of Preslde-it I HONOU'LF, Dec. .1 (Uoosevell, would tie In directly j Through the air and over the' oinnnmlly Attorney llnllv lodav' tM" 'mention of relief funds. water, army, navy and private! I "ere have heen nuiiioriiui intimated that'he believed Johii' Tlm proposal, made by Chairman i private searchers widened thu gal.....-Ings where H.IKxeil (D Hie hunt today for Hie trio of neighborhoods aH- ale IInance committee was that j who were forced down on the' sembled for entertainment orrell. student dentist, was slain iy I'hll Kennainer to prevent PUNNED FOR SITE OKLAHOMA (MTV. Nov. i.l'' I'lans for a "hack lo the farm" niovemetil whlrh will In- clude subsistence farms, either purchased or leased nearly every county, are lieinu perfected hy State Iti-llef Administrator Carl Ciles. dies nalil of a olio southeastern up into small farm Ini; considered. Food crops, rather than money crops, are lo he featured on the prposed farms under dies' plan, which he hopes will result in the removal of many persons from relief rolls. dies saiil that there 1- state ready on the subsistenci projects. yesterday purchase acre plantation in Oklahoma to he cut also Is he- ll ow a to op- farms FIBST EBEFZE OF Clarence Wade. vtiih tent to kill: Claieuci' and Ceo Wade. assault with intent kill. Delbert Aslibiirn, dilvln- car while drunk; Jack Hriiinley. wife and child ili-.-ertlon; C. II. Perry, case of Pete Heavers, manslaughter In second degree, stricken to hear tin The year s lir.-t general was reported in Pontotoc county early Saturday morning, although It was not cold enough to automobile radiators, and many I persons failed to notice Hie thin n- sheet of ice on Mnilll puddles, I The temperature got down to I" barely below degrevs between I o'clock and o'clock Saturday morning but the dav continued in warm until a comfortable temper- ature had been reached. .eve of departure from (lie cuui- cunity here, he explained tills i was done first with a view of improving the lot of Hie small grower and secondly, to simply 'the vast machinery of regulation. Asked about his Im iinrvit studies here with principal aides .on the vital relief and budget i problems lo he put before con- gress. the presidents lulled J'.nd replied: This is "ie 'day when congress convenes. 1 Tlie president in talking with newspapermen told of the to cut down Hie b.ilr.- of cotton surplus o[ two years a--o and credited tlie liankhcad t'Ci a heavy share in the reduction to 1 bales surplus today. He believes coininnaiic-' il.e act will slice this surplus vi a couple of years lo normal poi t ions. He cited figures showing that the parity price for goods c it: 'ii farmers purchased In 1''M2 w.i.- about cents while the actual cotton price was 1-2 cents. Ti- he said the parllv price Is about 1." cents while the acinal price is about 12 1-2 Tins he regards as unite an pllshmeut. lint, he warned Hull he was not alining foi any 2o or 2 cotton through Hie acreage con trnl program. liathei. he was seeking to bring about a level for the cotton farmer where- by lie got value received 'i-.' Ills crop in comparison lo what lie paid for other goods. If that is done he more will have been lor the south than any oilier thin; in the lifetime of the pcoplv to- day. He believes the same theory ap- plies tu other aurlcultui" pro- ducts and that the solution is through protected federal trol of acreage. He does no! tl.lnk It necessary, however, to provld compulsory regulation for other northeast of northeast of his "going litralght." .started to blow from total depth j Kcnnamer was pictured of .1.2711 feet as the crew start-.Anderson as a sort ed to change bits. J man" Mud was thickened to handle of the gas. The Akers test is (lry aml more serious violations. needy veterans get their bonus immediately that extent at taken olT relief rolls. water of Hie Pacll'ie yesterday.' j plays unil other forms of wicl'il Kvery hour brought new fear! Pleasure, giving a most that thi- trim "Star of i touch to community life. whisky Of an assertive type. Kcnua- would not long be content to play second fiddle to whoever i employed the boys In their extra- ogal movements and wauled in lleved In the bromide, or producing, pand. Due for a probable week emit completion is the J. K. Croshic No. 1A Dawes Harden, In south-} west of southwest of northeast of Tills well wall at feet! Wednesday morning and well In- wanted to lead to the bromide sand. This is a said Anderson. twin to No. 1 DawCK Harden.: "F.xtortmn has lieeii .....ntioned producing from the Gllcrease freiiuently as figuring In the sand. Croshie also Iiotential proilucers mlde sand. Near Jesse, the Sledge and others No. 1 Thompson, which has been drilled through the Hunton lime and shot twice, is has two big [case. Ill the bro- "That 'far foi- to has hoi. be Its sbnw of oil been encouraging since the was cleaned out following shots. II may snrprlsr a pecan is just a that at the Wewoka r.2 OF those to whom pecan to know- n-cent show at _ varieties of Improved (nuts were exhibited. Some of these are not well enough known vet to he given much attention by grow- ers, but they are being tried out anil may win places among the favorites In time. Pontotoc county came In for a fair share of premiums as will In- seen from the following list of awards: Dr. F. It. Lalid. Ada. llrst Delmas and tbiid Siicccs-. Pivron Norrell. Ada, second Kast- ern Schley. Sam F.ldrldge. Strat- ford, second Stuart, tlrst James. Jack F.ldrldge. Stratford, second and third James, llrst and third Nelson. W. T. MeJton. Ada. tlrst Mellon. I. It. Cilmorc, Ada, second Melton; Zimmerman Parker, Ada. Melton. Carl Solomon. Vanoss. third San Saba Improved. I. 1C. Cllinore Aila. third largest collection of varieties. ____ Wai- TI..... Tin-Ill by foie-1 suggestion that such hind plane, had sunk beneath i Work of the demonstrators In in illicit activities oiai in-, offers are an admission the surging Pacific with Its three i the clubs unil In their homes IIIIH of defeat came from Frank H. j passengers, when gasoline gave; stood up well In the difficult nelgrano, Jr., national command- i ,nlt yesterday. 'twelve months and It Is xvith In- r of Hie American Legion, which t The rgien had virtually no JrreiiHeil cheerful ness and oonH- IH on record for full payment. j chance of surviving their plane (deuce that they are facing thu No j more than an hour or HO as they 1 program of the coming yiar Declaring "there Is no compn- j ,Vere so confident of reaching i How exten-lxe Is the nt mlse to make." he said at In-j Honolulu they carried agent dlauapolls: saving eiinipmout. As regards these suggested An all-night cruise hy ,1... ..........i slimiii-irv compromises, it is not the side filled to locale a trace llie.uiini.il Miiliiiii.lt 7 which feels that Its cause Is Co-pilot that come forward with offers of; j.utli'.inlin and Navigator- i "_.. an It Invariably Is ,i Tl'l' the side that knows Its cause Is. 'from Oakland. Monday, loi't-11 'for Honolulu on a contemplated days Senator Ilorah (Idaho) j Australia flight. The trio was at- said he had given some thought, lempHng to chart a commercial 2-s to such a compronilse but con-i flvlng route. Sexenleeii I nibs eluded It was "Impracticable..''! Position' .Niit Known j Seven adult home de'iioiMlra- Also, he said. "It reduces ,.Nilct location of the plubs wore- wllli soldier to the status of a depend- was not' known. ia total membership of ant before the government pays messages flashed from tins'24 -I-H wllli an enrollment him. which Is not a very agree- yesterday Indicated It came of 717 hoys and girls, able thing to do." down within 2110 miles of Oamii. i h'nrollmeiil In the adult pro- lllnnt warnings have slllcl orr hin'jects was as follows: home gar- from several adnilnlstratlon quar- rranllcally sought'dens lers In recent days that caslilns, li'volvliig more than, Vwcut'v-four si-aplanes will reiiulre addl-l tlonal taxes. It Is felt in somi-J circles that the compromise might i necessitate new taxes, also, hut the amount has not been estimat-i ed. was going a little Correll." Anderson "Ills scruples began too ex- as- tried Keu- plained. serllni; themselves and he to find some way to escap namer's influence. "As reconstruct the case al- ter discussing ll for six days steadily with prospective wltnes- bere is how I see it: I Plans (.ul M> linimli "An extortion plot Involving Miss Barbara Doyle, Hie daughter of .1. II. Iloyle. a wealthy oil man, was hatched and Correll rein-lied. He even went so far as to warn her about Kennamer. Tin' party was Ki-ttlnu too Correll suuuested that the fam- ily lived too near his own, hop- IIIK thN would dissuade the other, p.ut it does not have that Miss Vlrdnla Wllcox, daiiKbter of II. F. Wllcox, tin- oil operator, 1st next brought Into the discussion and this forces showdown. Mellef Dlrilciilt serviced during the night anil made ready for a takeoff at dawn to search an area within miles of the archipelago. They were aided by three army amphibian planes which were or- dered to base, one each at Kailal. the northermost Hawaiian Island; Kellvf, another paramount j problem with ureat bearltiK on Hawaii, the southernmost Island iovernnii-nt finances, will In- of the threshed out In-a week end con-, covered, ference at Warm Sprlncs. Geor-! Meanwhile. I ho search went Bla. by the pn-Hldent; Harry 1.. i forward by surface craft of the Hopkins. relief administrator: i private boats and Mcores of cliitlilnu--IT2; food food preHervn- 'tlon home mami-ameui stale con- ;ienls; kltrlleit yard'Improvemeiu letters selll to dn- imonslrators 35; number of cop- i les sent. news Items pub- farm homes jed to iisslst wllli work TiKS; 'nnmbi'r of different farm homes j Visitors In office for assistance, 'or lelephiiii'; calls aiiKwered 1.H27; inethod The jury case was: I'.nil llMioksblre.. lioff, fanner. Itny (ilu'.i-.. Ada. business man. I.. Ada. In- surance ag -iii-y. lrf-.ter llhilr. Ada. oil Held worker. A. P. Volinu. Fltzhiigh. mer- cliatit. K. CII-.HI. Ada. automobile dealer. Will Ada ......chant It. A. Houanl. Ada. photo- I.. >l. Ullliiini-. Ada. merc'i- i Continued on Page No 1) 'I'he Duchess of Kent tot nearly luO'i wedding presents. and still ive'll bet she'll out and for the lioiisu. am killed or wounded you know that Wilson did it.' suld Anderson, "what jluivc the KaiiKHIerH of Chicago mid New York anil other cities done when some of their inem- hers or subordinates tried to Jiiult and ao slraUht? They have I'rnhhed H.....i out' for fear they imluht tell somelhlllK to the HKAI.TIIIKST I'AII! .CHICACO. Dec. r.. -Ll'' A South Dakota hoy and an Iowa ulrl were announced today as health champions of the I'ni- ted states Uy the jiiduink; miltee of Hie national eliibn. The winiiini; I- !.e land .Monasmith of Jer- anld county. S. D. The health- iest l> Doris l.onlse 1'a'il. of Wilton Junction, .Mnscallne county. Iowa. i.os ANUKI.KS. Dec ('apt. Allan Hancock, whose exploration cruiser the Valcro in .rlias arrived at the (iulapauon scene of the mys- terlotiH deaths of two men on i lonely Machena Island, today radioed to the Associated I'rirsa that he had definitely identified one of the hod les as< Alfred Un- did ph That he died tragically was indicated when Capt. Hancock. reported that his f acini expression denoted Intense thirst." From the position of his body said Hie dispatch from Capt. Hancock. It was deduced that he i made an attempt to escape from i lie tMimuoriul PHII.ADF.I.I'HiA Meiileii.tn! Colonel C. I.. I.ee enjoyed I i e thrill of a life-time when vis- ited a iMirretit motion picture and saw a Heijuence of fjeneral I'er-.'i- Inu plnnlim a decoration on n officer. I.ee was the officer. WKWOKA. Dec. 1. Four youths, whose iiamen of- ficers did not disclose, were held ill the Sellllnole county Jail lonlk-bl and a fifth was soncht iti the robbery of Ahllld-e. Wewoka real estate dealer. Aiiirldire was of and bis car last nitlit when he drove Into hl.s Karagc. The car was recovered. aut horlt ies." "llow does youiiK Ki'iuiainer act when he has heen Anderson was asked. Itoii-tful Hi inking "The boys he was Intimate with and who have come In and liilked lo me say that was talkative and boastful." that answer the lon of why Kennamer talked so freely to Floyd .1. Huff. Hie Kan- sas Cllv iivlalor who brouuht him to Tulsa the of No- vember 21'.'" "Von never can tell what a person will say and do when he has had too much lo replied Anderson. "Voiins bad su- preme confidence In Ills to do just wnat he wanted to Fnder this plan, destitute hut de- serving families would get sum loans considered large' enough to put them on their] feet. 1 Then there will be the proh-j Ictus of housing and the (rallzatlon of Industry. Although j President Roosevelt has Just I made It plain that he favors: large scale efforts to clear slums and build rural housing, tin les meetings thoroughly. Chapman Bound Over Under Bond On Larceny attendance at training In club tours atlendiinri! at Oilier mccllncK In relations to previously nientiiineil nts at which shown 8 (comiiiiinlty. ana i mini rural nonsniK n... n.- of tails have not worked out. Clay DIZZ? npi sis................................... CONTfilGT FOB 1835 S'-I (Coiitlnili'd nn I'asi' 3, No. :i) ST. I.oriS, Dec. Itreadou, presldiMit of Hie Louis Cardinals, announced day that Jerome Herman zyi Dean, star I pitcher, had ameed to salary terms for 1 and placed a slu-ned contract In the mall. The St. Louis National leami" president declined to make pub- lic terms or the agreement. Dean jlias announced lie would hold out for I l-'riinl -Minilnx'w Jack It. Chapman was bound'county and stalei; visits by spec- over to district conn under i lallsls to assist with bond Saturday following a hy district tenslon schools attended Achievement days ones, Justice of the peace. S.r.sO; eiicampineiitn I Chapman was arrested 2; attendance at encanip- ber 2i; by city police when he xvas i nieiits I-H ini-mhers r.iiO. ndillts I accused of taking a shotgun be-. 2011, total 700; farm homes In longing lo F. W. Tlllack from njwhli-li changes In ham parked automobile. 'definite! resulted from the Police. Hay thai Chapman has! progiam previously faced grand larceny Farm homes with I-H club member enrolled linn; farm families Influenced by s o 'ii phase of the extension program 7n6. Tin- figures Indicate why tin; workers and those In charm? be- lieve tin- demonstration program has -stood up' durliiK the. pist and acquitted his address as charges on three occasions, being convicted twice once. He gave Chickasha. Okla. Charges of petit larceny were filed In the same court against J. Lee. who Is alleged to have appropriated to Ills own use eight gallons of gasoline belonging tu .Martha llrltlaln. Oreutcst rcturnB for tlio auioiiut luruHtcd Nowo Claoalfluil Ada. year and tin- basis for a snut- er4 mid more eenerally protlfablo program still couio.   

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