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   Chester Times (Newspaper) - February 2, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania                             LY AVERAGE NET PAID CIRCULATION FOR SIX MONTHS ENDING SEPTEMBER 1O8 57TH 17506 FINAL EDITION With All Latest and Best News of the Day Daily Leased Wire Reports of United and International News Service UP CHESTER PA THURSDAYFEBRUARY 2 1933 EIGHTEEN PAGES PENNA SCHOOULEAVES SECOND WIFE AND RETURN nAMTTTAM HOMEAFTER MEMORY IAPSF OF 72 YFAPQJAi ftL HAMlLlUlN PRICE TWO GENTS TEACHER PAY CUT Convention Approves oth j 10 and 20 Per Cent Salary Slashes I James L Rankins Report on Subject Adopted Ripper Bill Up i HARRISBURG Pa Feb j State School Directors Asso ciation today approved both 10 and 20 pel cent cuts in teachers salaries Baek to Ins home and hvo Tne anamolous sunation was I sons after 22 years of created through adoption of two which time he mniriecl became a jne resolutions headed bv OMU MTLLIUU in ivnowtue Cy S Stuart Hatboro proposed thtu i1cnnas Morris Me married in case of dire necessity the am1 lias a daughter Dolores now lt ment of this association be that it pars oltJIS memory suddenly re be permissible for the school boards jilirilotl antl nc 5s nmv in Ridqe to cut 10 per cent on salaries fixed I ood with MsAllen and his by law provided of course that in i sonsAlove left is the Allen home no case shall this reduction fall below i at at right Alien md the minimum requirements of the Hoiis Morris and Mrs Ted SPECIAL MEETING the minimum requirements of the Edmonds Act This stand was endorsed when the convention adopted the report with out dissentingvote James L Rankin of Chester sub A special meeting of ihe directors Suttee Sch Sher j School District win things that school boards at their i be hcld ncxt Mondayevening at option may fix salaries in such i oclock in the Larkin School Broad amounts that no teacher shall receive and Crosby streets It is probable less than 80 per cent of the minimum i lhat a frnl qrtMpmpm nf n0 S5SS rei of wi1 i port also Ieacncct Both reportsdeclared firmly for re tention of the Edmonds minimum salary act requested legislation to permit suspension of annual in cvoments under this act for two years Irs Ida Wallace Swissvale was elected president to succeed Mrs Joseph Scattergood West Chester iINJURED IN CRASH j I In Washington D C Hos I pital With Hitchhiker Long1 Record Broken DEPUTY SHERIFF IS PERSISTENT Uncalled for Tactics m Po lice Court However j Arouse Officials Ire A flurry of excitement wns caused in police court this morning when Kumilion Box Pactory Sixth and Delnuf Sheriff Thomas Hayes of Barclay streets this cuy is in the Limvood grabbed a defendant who Casualty Hospital Washington D C j had been discharged and stnrted to T rail i I v lu 1 plill Former County C o m m i s s i o n e v James M Hamilton a resident of Aiddletown township and head of the Piiiindelphia a hitch vns given a lift by the Chester i man is in the same mMitu Ion t U RCU mK fom nossibiskull frnrfn mnn to Ihc Corridor in the rear rnScissTon oth brain j rations The injuries were susiaind I on h v nt T SCvmR when the coupe driven bv Mr Han IVnmark who iion was in collision with a mo or U uuek on the outskirts of Washington i n m lhc pUtv nu lie yesterday The operator of the larger vehicle was arrested on a charge of reckless upon wom te capi was eventually served is Franklin K Waller of Salisbury Md A truck he was drivingand an automobile driving and held under bond prndm i UJnR nct ainoruobile the ouiconie of fhe injuries sustained byr by the occupants of the Hamilton car i 1 TV u i It wns tho first accident in the 3i Wilson streets years driving experience of Mr Hnn xv7ks Vi1ll years driving experience of Mr iilon who is one of the pioneer mo tor vehicle owners in the Slate of Pennsylvania He left Chester yesterday morning for Washington to attend to some matters Near Wilmington alter ihe crush but tinwoman was Hi although witnesses suy automobile thai crashed into the side of the truck There beinj rio criminal action in Hit case ManLstnue Mieliael A Ho nan cliseharged Walier ihls morning i nnci rt pun Jiisl as soon tho poller passenger were renderecf unconi Jnit1 disrharRed Haves touclied Waller on ihe arm no he look Cherrv who was hiking nVn Walier this mornm south into his car When woman Mrs Denbrody nn Washington the collision between the lr Utonuv Matthew Nankin nfirect Hamilton eouue nnd thr irnrL n ll was purely ti civil case Hamilton coupe and the truck oc curred and both Mr Hamilton and HURT FATALLY INAUTOMISHAP Believed to Have Lost Con trol of Car on Road Near Chester Park Vehicle Crashes Through Fence and Down Em bankment seious Cherry having Other officers elected were David ortrt 7 tt Miller of Allentown Mrs Warren OCCOna Ward KCSldent Brooded Over Death of Only Son in Accident Marshall of Swarthmorc and George Murray Newell all vice presidents Mrs Anna Dickinson Harrisburg secretarytreasurer and the follow ing directors C K Patterson Turtle Creek Dr William McBride Har risburg J Foster Meek Altoona H Believed to have become mentally unbalanced as the result of brooding over fhe death of his onlv son who i5ixiccn was fatally injured in an automobile 7triTfYr1QT iViUl UixibJL PTNF JMiN FJ accident on October 30 last Williari H Gibson 55 of 1511 Ridley avenue i ended his life by hanging in rhe ceij lar of his home today The body was found by his wii While hastening1 to keep an ap Carrie when she went to th cellar pbintment in Dcnton Md last eve shortly before 9 a m after she had ning Watt Lancaster of the 2800 a nOve on his bed The con block South Twentieth street Phila tents of the note were cielphia was arrested by Patrolman J I My Dear Wife Please forgive me J Kolp of the Clifton Heights bar Vash actbut l could not carrv racks State Highway Patrol Taken n I clf it myself and no one rise before Alderman M P Elliott of the ls to blame whatsoever I have ro Ninth this city Lancaster was enemies m the world Love YOU fined jana dont worry Will Kolp said the Philaclelphian was j This note writtea in ink or lined drivinpc en Ninth street at a speed of paper was in a steady hand and be more than 55miles vm hour and it was ncah the message was Gibsonname necessary to chase him from Centra i m in pencil avenue to Highland avenue before ap Mrs Gibson became hysterical when prehcndLns him The wet street she saw the body suspended from the face and fog blanket inserted added falters the of the ccllar thrills to the chase 3 Cooking School Dates Heres good news Mrs Kath rine Dclaney who numbers among ner friends thousands of house wives of Chester and Delaware ounty will be the lecturer for the Chester Times Cooking School sessions during the week of Feb ruary 27 Mrs Dclaney came to Chester ivc years ago to inaugurate these lectures and dcmonstra ions and returned each succeed nnd started to lust about In set salt on a 25000 After the heat of the verbal battl worih fortune t v J i t t v 4 t i v t i 11 IlItHIlt I AQQ MrHamilton in telephone convejI Hllvcs jiut hunrieufts on tlui U liY wit ion with members of his farnilv youth and bundled him oil At 1 stated that ho could recall U Ur abo it i tf Iho at Mediiv where M OR D stated that ho could recall UUle about ihe crash and was at a loss to defi nitely sate the reason for the crash ho was rendered unconscious when the vehicles came together for appearance When civil action js started was posled Sen Brookhart Tells Group BODY OF DROWNED U S Must Suffer to Kxj SEAMAN RECOVERED tent of 30 Million j Members of thr rrew of a dredge 1 n i T rr C 4 T 1 I WASHINGTON Feb loss will result in thp Prrl in the Delaware river near ions and returned each succeed government from the recovered ihe body of tng year to tho intense delight and Reconstruction Finance Corporation ilcv 452916 Morgan avenue Oakland nt np rn nf e i i1 i satisfaction of the women of the I in ity nnd county oan Sonatoi The annual cooking school lec tures will be held at Masonic Tem ple auditorium on the afternoons 3f February 28 March 1 and March 3 Vvith m evening session on March 2 Mark these dates clown y ie Dawes bank at Brookhart of CnI uno drowned when he fell into he river on the night ofNovem Towa ber 2 while walking up the gang t VMllIt Up 110 gallg SV on the j plank from the wharf o board the vv W orn pv 11 r tt 11 hr vi i j Ui Wagner bill toliberalize the general Brookhnrt quoted a member of he F C board ns authority for hi steamship Samuel Fuller Bradley who was employed as a i ness man on the boat had been ashore and was returning to the ves TO NAME BOMBER L HART ARRE Pa Feb UP man from Daniel I Hart four times mayor Believed to have lost control of his automobile when it skidded and crashed through a fence on the nar row road that skirts the Aberfoyla Country Club near Chester Park in Nether Providence township and plunged down a bank last nitrht Russcl W Bcneke 42 local business man was fatally injured Ke died in the Chester Hospital shortly after admission to the institution Local police know Jittle concern ing the aceideiu as it happened out side the city and fhe investigation is being conducted by county detectives and attaches of the coroners office rrom what could be learned today there were no eyewitnesses to thV Accident The victim was found bv Joseph H Newsome of Brookhaven who discovered the wrecked ear while motoring to his home from this cttv Newsome found Bcneke slumped over the steering wheel and bleeding irom numerous cuts and bruises unable to revive himNewsome arried Bcneke to his automobile and him to the hospital where he without regaining consciousness Death was due to a skull fracture internal injuries It is believed front of the automobile was badly crushed victim formerly managed the Chester Farmers Market and wa5 engaged recently in the automobile business Where he wns going at the time he sustained his fatal in juries could not be learned Beneke lived at 523 Penn street and is survived by his widow and six chil dren Pending the InycsUgalion by the TliuL wns the effect of in unsigned note which John M Di Silvetro supreme venerable of the Sons of Italy in this country and Canada received yesterday The note wns turned over to police that are working with federal author ities to solve thn bombingof the Di Silveslro home at JSI9 South Broad street Philrtdelphin enrly on Sntur in pencil n Mrs Gibson became hysterical when i Committee fc i i j j 11 w i n i j j j i IJT j i ij siatemont He did not identify this cl about U oclock He hud s arted TniilHwhich costthe Hfc of member j llp thn hnc Khiten I M25 Dl injured four mrles A Miller president of ihci about hnjf wnv whVn ho wns sern bv I P1 SUvastro children and tho bus M i i i ikv hnnri s sccrelrrry SANDIO SEEKING PEACE MANAGUA Nicaragua Feb i Augustino Sandino pic turesque rebel whose Guerillas for the last few years harried United States Marines and the National Guard in Nicaragua arrived here to dny on a mission of peace His nr stcps She ran to the street and asked a doortodoor salesman to aid her The young man who disap Continued on Paire Sixteen in Lowering Rates to Present P C insisted the government the steward oi the ship who was on would not suffer such a stagecring j neck at the time to throw up his Joss hincis and fnll info the writer well the Insull securities put vm i The steward hastened to the side as collateral for this loan arc of Ihe ship with a rope in his hand worthless said Brookhart 10 throw to Bradley but the man Miller defended the loan as a failed io come to thesurface The courageous and necessary act on I steward t hen notified members of the the part of the board crew and a search was made for the 1 regret I was not then a member and so had no chance to vote for it he added It saved Chicago from a frightful situation missing man but it proved futile Police of Marcus Hook were also noti fied and Pafroimnn Peter Herman summoned Captain Harry Hayes Taxpayers of Nether Providence i are a loli o1 People in the owner of a launch who with anns t minnln wlin tHiviL it i cit M til mi r 11 f Although the communication may be from a crank police are proceeding diligently io trace the sender RATE FOR FARMERS WASHINGTON Feb 2 UP Lower Interest rates a scaling clown of debLs and higher commodity prices Dan Hart wax born and reared in WilkesBarre and lived his entire life in the house where he was born on December 29 In his younger days he was closely connected with the stage and wrote The Parish Priest a piny that is known all over the nation Theatrical stuns made his home their home and he was intiinsilely connected with many olthe leading figures of the American theatre He gained wide fame tus an orntor and ns the man from WilkerBarre innde1 frequent platform appearances Later lie entered politics nnd after serving two terms as ciiy ircnsurer lie ejected mayor of the city Three times that voter reelected him to head lie city government and it was while serving the first year of his fourth IJhti illness sent him to the hospital Dan Hart never married and his sole survivor is a brother Michael Hart WilkesBarre N E ARCH i w iiiiijii nn Dy tne It the reward of in000 Is Ini and orator died In Mercy i coroners ofucc funeral nrrange crensed to Ill tell you who Us i here today after a series of nients have not been completed An responsible for the bombing of your honm which caused the death oC your are essenthil to farm recovery a Sen ON C A PIT A I PI ate bankinrr 11 Alj J li FACING CHARGE township irrvr u night joined the ever been better to incrc are a lot of people in the owner of a launch who with an ns ate banking subcommitteewas told middle west who think it would have sistanl grajjplcd for the body for today not been completed An Inquest will probably be held the latter pari of the week PARTlTsrCLOUDY COLDER WEATHER the little banks f several hours C B Jennett vice president of tlie ij jon iuc uanKH jnvui ji viee preildent of the increasing number of citizens who arc even if you had to let the big banks j When the corpse was brought to the First Trust Joint Stock Land Nicaragua U S TKEASlKY BALANCE WASHINGTON Feb TNS Treasury balance as of January 31 juiv n expenditures S3818j circular calling lor his arrrM harf 96890 53524 T I demanding retrenchment in expenses Brookhart retorted GKAND LARCENY of local government KVr At an enthusiastic meeting held in nKjLjU UJN Martin Mitchell 35 who save po hc Media firehouse ninety io seven residents of the township rep resenting more than a majority of theowners of all the nssessd proper Lies of ihe area discussed the surface today it was in a badly deI made the statement at a composed condition Deputy Coroner j hearing Vm bills to aid the farmer by OF FORGING CHECK i R P Cloud of Marcus Hook WLS rcrludng Jiis deli burden and bring i notified and removed the remnins to WASHINGTON Feb 2CTNS Partly cloudy is the prediction to day and tomorrow with slightly colder weather tonight in eastern Pennsylvania New Jersey Delaware and Maryland The highest temperature here yes terday was 50 degrees at 230 p m and the lowest was 37 at 6 a m The average of 4 was twelve degrees above normal for the date and sixteen de grees above the average February 1 lost year Maximum temperature for the date is fil established in 1916 and minimum 2 in 1920 Sunrise today war at a m id sunset will be at p m Eastern Standard Time WOMAN 90 A SUICIDE After m all night search park guards today recovered the body of a woman that ended her life bv walkin0 into the Schtiylkill river after doff ing her hat and coat on the bnnk larceny Mitchell also known to police T Paul Ban W a Ma no nnd Leo MPCO was locked up at police headnunt Charged with forging the name of a Chester World War veteran to n check Prank A Pul careful analvi42 an attorney of Arch street near FAVORS GERMANV ARMS EQUALITY riOKK were revealed today before the federal credit to his assistance I Joint congressional committeo on vet Any farm program Jennett said i erxns affairs by Emmanuel Levin must make the farmer want to carry j Levin appeared as spokesman for i VJIN I CD IUHU tju ino OuntC Plnns for a new boniifi inarch on the ncar NlrCtOwrx Lane Philadelphia NitinnaI Capital in April during the nnticipated special session of Con olice identified the suicide victim as Miss Rose Carney aged about 90 on ns well as make him able to carry on ON HOLIDAYS pending arraignment today A commit ice i o n of the financial aflairs of the two Customs receipts out since Mrs Anna Janiks of Brook HORSES WITHDRAWN FROM RACES TODAY By United Press lyn identified a picture of him that of the man who helped another man swindle her out of HELD FOR QUESTIONING Mrs MadcJyn street near husband check was COUNTIES GET MORE GENEVA Feb I n A FOP PF I TTT was j Presented a plan by which Germany 1 HARRISBXJHG Pa Feb StateEmergency Relief Board jjj tatr and Federal fundsfor relief in given P hcarinp before U S Commis would be granted arms equality by i he mceUn revealed a determina sioner J Howard Patterson who held I progressive stages when the general HARRLSBtJKG Pa Feb 2 tion on tne part ol the taxpayers to 1 in bail for a further heari commission of the Internationa Dis Relief conference resumed its today made available on Page Sixteen Mrs MadcJyn H Reid Hurley sessions today J tatr and Federal funds for n C street near Indiana nvonnn tn nrYmen The French Pennsvlvnniji rnrinrr Pohrtmrv committee which btpartisnn organisation HARRISBURG Feb and file Governor GlfTord Pinchot today di ns a reeled that during the period of the j legislative sessions no department 1 or may close entirely on a holiday Both mieht NEW YORK Feb One lone prisoner arrested here i Emmons 62 president of the yesterday faced Magistrate Honanm Hudson Manhattan Railroad police court this morning and was Company died suddenly of heart dis PROMINENT SURGEON DIES HANOVER Pa Feb Elmer A Kell 54 prominent surgeon was dead fit his home here today of n heart attack Dr Keil a former i Top itcs of Ti mes AT AGUA CALTENTE held for investigation The defendant easo today in his suite at the Wnl was booked as Samuel Dobson ciorfAstoria Nepro chargedwith suspicion oflT rnlsy rcnv of coke He was arrested early today by Patrolman Keifer at Fron5 ucijon rinanee SAYS PINCHOT IS F D R HAS Norris streets Susan Nclbanr Laura Tassajara Prevue Rose Fnrffctrul June Bcss Zuthrn Prince shovels were found in Knek California Beauty Diodoro tomobile Tola Shot Minnie Fair IVTole DJleh Unclr Rapid Belts I Xonct CT Orh Double Chin Sir Dean Oossarla Francis Seymour Pliusy Ateines Panda Cordon Bleu i Sueep Unele Herbert Puda Kaneher Burnam Shaver Suitor Weather clear track rood DENVER PUBLISHER DIES DENVER Feb G ffhlfbomHighway Chief Tells ProblPresidentelect Would Use early today following a brief illncs i Corporation Dis Hanover in 1020 mbuMon ninoriK the counLiei will be surgery and medicine in from 1910 to 1915 Approved purchase t nf MDOOO pairs of shoes at S1K1 at IIRK IN AUGUSTA MK inri tiie expcndiuirc of 1 AUGUSTA Me Feb Bill Gilpin almost every winter iy is groundhog day in Upland for Mayor of i Lhosc fnlks surcly cat up scrapplo Hanover in 1020 He had practiced jand One of our judges rapped stool the other day Some are mean enough to say they should be i used at trap matches of SEES END OF RAILBUS WAR AT HAVANA Hopes for Clear Nazi Majority in New Reichstag BERLIN Feb occupied the Berlin headquarters of Isabel Sam the Communist parrv Licbknccht House today ir what was reffarderJ as the first move by Adolf Hitlers government to suppress the Com 1 Rider Princess Slick Shot Baby Sueepinjr Hour Sun munists Dance Sandals Broken Stone Measures against political R AT JTTALEAH FAKK is Asrnes Morsril There Pennate Rohs riay Girl Sarane Ruth tlolt Grey Sasb Testing Fair premises had been predicted between Reds and Hitlers Nazis yi various parts of Germany caused elevm deaths and numerous injuries after Hitier became Chancellor The sudden occupation of the Com Hry rmmist headquarters coincided with a fast start in Hitlers campaign for ana clear majority of Maxis in he new Rcichstac to be elected March 5 The Chancellors manifesto issued 1 co the narion iat was recorded on phonograph records for distribu tion throushour the nation Nazi crs Governor Makes De cision on Improvements HARPirSBURG Pa Feb investigation of rural Tcnn River Basin in Employment Plan WARM SPRINGS Ga Feb I Roosevelt to for ovcrhend boards for the month ONK OF APPOrNTKFS Personnel chanRie sheets at Harris bvirp today shower 10 persons dis from State service seven ad ditions to the payroll md three placed on the retired list Thirtyfour em nAitrtJiiiUKu ja Feb i WARM SPRINGS Ga Feb 2 ui firra ninyiour em Jnvcstigation of rural roads by to EIoyrs department of highways T lOTt Senate and House enrnmirtrrv i j been given an indefinite leave of rhitnrd to anrjme n political yrevealffl hc of a nbwncc Amontr those added to the toca fter the committee heard char GntchrU Rutlcdpe iv of Hifihwiivs Samuel S I f vnici hce workat a salary of SI500 t i J ij P i S I 1 rt f Vi r 1 1 I i y of Cmst tn upo ing for weeks thnt would a i Utoploutof the whole re rSnn P l from the mountains a mrmb r COULy to the Gulf of Mexico a memb m hie comrmttee nskeri AdmiUins candidly it will comU lec on o LmC Lhc social and economic ov roaas the ninhi experiment in hislorv Mr Roosevelt rid mit u o th governor for his ap proval he responded But maks the final rleci on Pi7c Sixteen MORE WINTER AHEAD e river bnnin as ar vast na tional laboratory in to combine the fivo elements of fittricultural dr vclopmenr flood control power do on Pape Sixteen Novel Plan is Adopted at West End School Vralhcr Clear Traek Fast AT FAIR GROUNDS 1 Vladimir 3 Lorraine K St Lady General 5 fVone1 C Ash by Weather CJcr Track floser relation school ccmcd finnncM mauerr others con rr nnd inr parents of school corned homrtus s 10 tbr on schemes by vhich to lurn has uascd nvcr since motor husc nrSfn oimti J dirc or r rf n I f i i ft IZDI u fj L fjj position in the cabinet over Dr Ali Motors Swaync above ehairman of frcd Hugcnburp nationalist leader Hhc highway users in the joint com who favored ruling the countrywith miitee of railroads and highway users out parliament j reports that motor and rai officials fhe Nazi chancellor dissolved the i have agreed on all except two ques Tleichstajj in which no party had a tions piajority ywiierday with Continued on isixtecii months ami weight of motor yr Thn ron n nn ii unrrn work because of the sometimes ncci II the problem on hand dealt with a cssary extra attention required by i poorly educated familycircle the some pupil from a home in unforJ teacher would take the pupil in hand unatc circumstances fjivinj him or her anv extra attention Instances have oecn citftd a possible ThLs stepwould be taken teacher vwitinB home of a to permit the pupil to absorb as much that learning as possible Such extra at Coroners Juries Free Them of Blame for Deaths of Man and Girl A coroners jury rittinp at the in quest to determine he cause of death of George ZirRler Sinclair Oi Com pany wdtchrnan yesterday afternoon The husincss district of AiiKUsta wus rndio for patrolmen threatened today firemen VR been most of lor four hours to subdue names that1 em manaw keep awake with the swept two buildings dolnjj dnm7ockcD docks they carry age estimnted at T POVUJ Domestic allotment may be new to the farmer bur just a weekly oc currence to the wape earner with a wife and five kids and a pay check The reductions announced by the Philadelphia Electric Company are just in keeping with current condi tions scz Guy j A new beer bottle cap has been invented Few guests arc interested in the caps that fit the bottles Firemen Aiding Hospital reads a Chester Times headline And mighu arid motorists are doing their darndcst to send patients there A burglar stole S3 from a Market street store the other night The Coroner Whites office j burglar wiio breaks into a Market Third nnd Norns sireels returned a j street store with hopes of verdictof accidental death and ex money these davs is an onfcrpist onerated Leroy Baker Lincoln City Delaware driver of the truck Tho average man starts todecline that struck Ziegler of a 11 blame says a speaker here So does The accident occurred about average girl but she keeps on oclock on the night of January 27 It i fcclininpr until she accepts was raining according to testimony and visibility was poor Mr Ziegler hid finished work and was on his way home Leaving the plant gate he no The Weather car has found conditions i Some of these instances have con Contsnucd on Sixteen ticrrd a Chester bound trolley trtt nearly opposite and rushed out VAS11IlGTOX Fcb UP reetly in front of the motor truck for toniht anrf Friaay driven bv Baker Eastern rennsylvania Partly The trolley car had picked no a sliffhtly colder toniht Friday passenger at the regular crossing i pnrtlv cloudy sliffhtly colder in south about 60 feet below the oil plantsate I ca1 en Post road It was proceeding at a r stern Pennsylvania Partly slow pace and Baker who had fol rlourly sliShtl tonigrht Fri lowcrl it attempted to pass on the partly rIoudv right ride He had not seen Ziecler cloudy an and struck him colder tonight and Friday T waiter apencc another cmolovp Brer Groundhojr saw his shadow the plant offered the best testimony i us morning and thit means six recnrriinrr rho TODAYS this mnrnlnK more weeks of winter according to an old tradittrjh Kut if he remainder of the is as mild as January and February 50 far Tew will care regarding the accident Ziegler he said ran into the truck and was tossed about fifteen feet through thi Continued on Sixteen 6 a m 7 R m a a m 9 a m 10 a m 44 H a m 46 Noon 47 i p m 4R 2 p m 50 52 54 55 54   

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