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Abilene Daily Reporter (Newspaper) - April 4, 1935, Abilene, Texas Witt Köllme Baílp 3^cportcr EBmè “WITHOUT OR WITH OFFENSE TO FRIENDS OR FOES, WE SKETCH YOUR WORLD EXACTLY AS IT GOES“—Byror VOL. LIV. Full Leased Wires of Associated Press ((^0 United Press (UP) ABILENE, TEXAS, THURSDAY. APRIL 4. 1935 TWELVE PAbE;> (Evening Edition of The Abilene Morning News) NUMBER 152 Two Killed In Riot Of Unemployed ♦ ¥■ Move To Insure Return On Centennial Fund^ DUAL VOTE ON l¡jP[ REPEAL UP FOR SENATE ACTION DD SF Convicts Maim Selves Only To It’s An Old Stunt, Asserts Lee Simmons. Who Is Willing to Provide More Axes Faces Noose Walter McCiee, belosr, sentenr-eiri t« die for the kidnaping of Mim Mary Me Elroy of Kansas City, toet his appeal froen the Miwiuri snipreme court and Is •cheduled to hang May 19. the first kidnaper to be assessed the death penalty in the I'nited State*. (.Associated Press Photo) Dies In Crash Jack Barstow, below, famous flier and former associate of Col. Charles A. Lindbergh In glider experiments, wae killed with a passenger. Jack Cowgill, newspaper reporter in a mid-air collision with another plane at Corpus Chrlsti. (Associated Press Phcto). STft A void Work, Says Prison Chief Submission of State Control Plan Gets 134 to 7 Ap- | proval In House M I lOCSTON, April 4.— (I P)—Lee ) "but that's nothing new in the pris- | Simmons, manager of Texas’ on system. He said he regretted that such Five others Wounded as Mob Charges Officers At GaMup: Troops May Be Called Out MnilQP Cpnriq Mpaqiirp tnip*'*’»®” system, today favored "more "Convictii have been nouse aetius medsui e lo, | „...p.. ' things, occur, but that prison offi-chopping rials were determined to prevent GALLUP. N. M., April 4. — (UP) — Two men were killed AUSTIN. Tex.. April 3.-h>T*i—Texas representatives today returned to the senate a prohibition repeal resolution altered so voters could Conference. With In-jvict'»h. muriui, and «v, per>ons were wounded structions That Allot- ,0,. ment Be Retained Simmons a.sserted of finals were lowing an investigation of condi- , doing "exactly what Is necessary to tions on Retrieve prison farm near hold the prisoners. Aiigleton where W. A. tl>olly) Boy- "Every time one of them chop« AUSTIN, April 4. (AP)—Aiett. member of the prison board, himself with an axe, he Is trying to ballot next August 24 on repeal with appropriate State aid for i ‘«id .lames V. Allred he had defeat u.s In that purpose." he said. create sympath- for him.self.” the today in a pitched battle be-pri.son head a.sserted. "He’s going tween officers and unemployed ih" pul back to work on the farm. That’s tion of tenants. or without a stair di.^prnaary v»' » centennial celebration at D.I. i "■«.«iracTfui rundurf tpni. « Ranger f apt. t>ed McDaniel, un- E>ccision to submit to the elector- laS was sent to a conference | the governor’s orders, was at ate the method of control along w ith committee today by the house | Retrieve today Investigating Boy- discard of the state’s 16-ycar-old instructions to its COP. ’’‘L* . u u j ♦ drv clause in the con.>titution wa.s n Viahcc nmond found two men who had cut reached bv the hou.se as a com- ferees to retain a house ainend^ their legs with axes" Slmmons *ald. promise, it was accepted 134 to 7. ment allocating 15 per cent or ^ SenateiAetion Uncertain ^hc proceeds tO payment of the What cour.^ senate wet leaders ^t. would take was uncertain. The al- centennial Group Opposed most unanimous agreement of the th*. hou* WPS » ia<-tor trndlng toward “tr motion to Instruct the com- concurrence, but during debate on mittee was adopted 83 to 46 over prohibition repeal the senate de- strenuous opixisition by Centennial clsively rejected a similar plan. sponsors who said it would wreck with an eye toward the early ad- i.hahc.al strueture, jouri^ent oa« It proposed and ^he house amendnient to liquidate crowded dockets, the house cut off Simmons declared it was preferable to let "a few convicts hang the way to stop that." Simmon.v Warden W*. W’ Waid of the lluntaville prison and Dr. W. B. Veaiey, prison phy ician, visited the themselves up" than to allow them ' farm yesterday. They went on their to escape "to bang up the public." own initiative. Simmons said. ".As long as they want to do They made every prisoner, excepl- that," be said, "I say give them » more axes if they need them" See t'ONVKTS. Tage 3. t ol. 4 Allred Asks Action On Pipeline Project delxite to force a decision on thr Iti Marctiiiig Event prolubihon question at the end of two days of argument. Dual sub- -. .a... — mission wa^ proposed by Representative Ed Thornton of Galveston a^ a compromise when a deadlock over a control method appeared imminent. Retain Local Option Bv a seven-vote margin the house previously liatt approvf^ an option- Rcpresentative Wilson Fox ol Taylor said the senates proposal meant nothing and that it gave no assurance the state would get back any of its money. Fox said he believed the state should be guaranteed return of part of Us money. The bill went to t onferenre when Rcprc.sontativc:. Jeff D, Stinson said at Enid: Playing Contests Start Today Wants Legislature to Create Agency to Get PWA Loan For $60.000.000 Main From Panhandle to Detroit i AUSTIN. April 4. .Ti—Governor 1 James V. Allred today sent a mes- state or federal, that oJier.s the possiblUtles oftercd by this propo.sal. Sheriff M R. Carmichael and Ignacio Velarc, one of the rioters, were shot to death. A mob of about 100 men and women charged the officers. , A few were armed Others ' swimif club«! and wielded knives t and ice nicks. Burred Frfvm ( ourtrwwn Edwin I. W'll.srvji and Hoy Bad-i EC.S.S. dcpulv shertffs. were wounded ! .'.criou.^lv. W’il.'iou wa.s shot In the chest Badges.^ was clubbed and slabbed One womnn. one of the rioter*: ! WHS stabb'*d. and two other men In i the mob were .shot 1 The rioting occurred a.s W M I Btckel ju Ulce of Ui- peace w».=i hearlnji an eviction caae against an unemp)'■ ed man iflCRFFlN Eagle band of Abilene high school, defending Us championship of the Tri-State bank contest ^ Emd. Okla . came through Wedneaday V. Alirea loaay seui, s mv»- mob of unemrUoved xoutrht Lfi the Texas ’'tlalature urglni * It preserve» our natural reaources. unempiojea sought to me lexas fiwaturc ui*. _ ^ i the eourtroom »heriff Oar- mirhae! and several deputie*. barred eariy^^agVoF a ’bill creating a make« valuable the greatest ga.s state agency to apply for a federal reservoir in the world, provides use publci works loan to buUd a $60.» 000 000 nwtural gas pipe line from ful employment for an army of the Qnemployeri. providc.s permanent of tunc to toiisider the proposal. Dallas Faying $4 for SI He bitterly attacked the scheme to instruct the house couiniittee on the liquidation plan, made by Rep- Nelther mustered .sufficient strength to indicate U would poll the nece.s-sary affirmative two-ihlrd.'; majority needed to submit. Tlie com-promi.se, however, won lU. initial test. 115 to ’.18, a margin of 15 over the two-thirds. The senate plan, by which .sale of liquor in unsealed packages or for consumption on premise;, would liave been prohibited, also was a comprompie. effected after propasal similar tfo thoiic advanced In the hoiLV’ had been rcjeitcd. Both branche.* were m agreement on the policy of local option. 'Thorntons plan wa;. substituted : fcr a .senate re.yolution proposing i tUbmis ion of a repeal rc.sohifion i th t would pretent the sale of liquor except in unbroken package.*; for I consumption off the premise.*-. Sen- See Í ENTENMM.. Page 11. toi. 6 CRASH FATAL TO BRECK MAN to information received here today from Raymond T. Bynum, director Marching contc.st riid soloi.sts’ events were on llic Wednesday calendar. and the local musicians ranked first in the former and won four of the latter. 'Tw-enty eight band; competed In the drill; .soloist winner- were Fred Schroeder, clarinet; Elli. Hender.*«n, trombone: Ray Maddox, -axophone; and Revert Collier, drum major- twirling the Panhandle to St.'Louis end De- ! employment for thrfe hundred *j.oit i familiea, stimulates the ba.si<- steel ihn hi!) for ‘emeriten- i indu.stries to a greater extent than c,. ^SVrot.0,;-- Aurod ,s.,d i the bi del of America , ,social-Ni’elfare. otters an ..................1 opportunity to the state to realize without taxation a substantial ii- shoi through the by one of the Self-i.iquidating T am convinced the prooo.sal is the way. The sheriff wa head. appareiJ’y rioter.« There were report the national guard Might be .summoned. Eight nicmber.s of Ihe state motor patrol were reported u> have left Santa Fe in re.spc.. ,. to the appeal of Under-Sherlff n W Robert for aid. The nntiiig wa.s the climax to a Conferees Again Unsuc-cessful In Reaching An Adjustment 'WASHINGTON. April 4.—GJP'— Httuse end senate conferees on the work-rellef bill held thcir fous’vh *• fronclUi.lve meet mg today. 'I’hey reported that while progresa had been made no definite agreement on the final form of the $4 -880,000.000 meaiAure had been reached The Re.s.sioii wa- di.-bCOuragmf to 1/ 1 •• hr. iniri • Mv con- i nancial profit from our natural gas. > jjcriod of unrctl among unemployed. \ adminustration leader.*, who had sell-liquiuaiinx, n ■ rtnallv ♦/* t.h^ .state ol Two men «nrt • woman rhi»rffed #h«» »Ka ««.4 nm.r ,4.44 • hoci.ri not iinon idle soec- ■ «nd finally offers to the sUte ol Two men and fid^^nce IS bas^u not iipon inir _ ______we. i.,» _a woman charR^d , „..«on or ^opo but 'c0n7ro,. To- .n Sl-'ñ 1^:1^ proposed by any branch or uie American government. whether See IMFEIJNE. Page II. ( ol. 7 Ins deputif- nught to ru'h the pn.s-oner thro ;-‘i a rear door from the Carlton Walker Is Victim of . . I r% II* • Playing contc-si., Auto-Truck Collision in which the Eagle band won finst last year arc being held tin; afternoon and tonight Hic gland parade ts >ehed-uled kYiday Closing event Satur- 1 3 s mmm Her RIDI, Page II, ( ol. 8 Special to the Reporter. BRECKENRIUGE. April 4 Carlton Walker, 40. nephew of the late ate concurrence in the substitute walker, founder of Brecken- day will be the Goldman concert, would be neces-sary to .«end the controversial b-ue to the people. v.utu.-Muu The dual :;ubml^slon scheme wa- -- ** . .u,. head judge N Sarazcn In Lead With Round of 68 Nation Serves Notice That It Will Build a Larger Army VIENNA April 4— vV> —AuMrli;. plunged un.'qinvocally t xlay into European rearmament race A succinct communique, u. ued after Chancellor Kurt Schut“hnlff met with hh cabinet, gave notice to the world the dismemebered remnant of the old Au.stro-Hungarian dual monarchy would no longer be content with the tmy army of 30.000 men granted her under the treaty of St. Germain. "The cRbmet expre.vsed the unan- offered a few minute;, after .spoke;.- walker had breakfast at a down-men for opposing factions on the ¡^„wn cafe and had started to thr monopolv plan had failed to agree ranch wr.st of town when the sec-on a rompromi.se Rep Alfred ,wo trucks being transferred Pet.sch of Frederick .burg, chief on wink to Kilgore, driven by the monopoly bloc, offered to sup- pi-ank Di.sciello. Wink, collided with port a resolution making .tafe ale; at the wr. icrn edge of town optional If tliose advocating straight Walker was taken to the Wr repeal would aid pasr^ge of an en- i,;,.,pu«l but hvr/1 only thirl min- ndge. was killed in an automobile Eldwln FYauko OoldniHii, i 4 n MAOcuro Rpnnrlpfl SPPIl IH PuIGS- at Ira >1 ■ -ur coiuMon whu. rnrout. .0 his r.„.:h Market 0611130(1 Mcasufe Hcporieu seen in ru.db ........ to Be Before Texas ki. Tenn.. With Agents Senate Friday Close Behind at 6:30 uclock this morning pieces and a choru.s of 300 voicrs w'ill be heard. Abilene has a delegation o? 7.5 at Enid, the party consiKtlng of Eagle mu.sicians. parents and in.stru< tor AUGUSIA NA'I’IONAIi CiOLF n.UB. AUGUS'I A. Ga . April 4. -T r>e .pit* errai le putting which (*o.st him the rhaiice to imve sliced inoif* stroke.s from his arazen shot a 68, four * under par lo tnke the lead today Ir the first roiind of the $.5.000 Augii-ta n-tionsl invu-tloii touma-meni hoped that the conferee.s were near a .satlsfactorv' adju.stment It was understood Uiat house and wnate democrat, in the confereirce, w'ho have been warring over the amendnient requu-ing that a third of the $900.000.000 allocated for loena and granUs on self-liquidating projects be »pent for labor, had settled some but not all of their differences. No ( onferenre Set 1 he senate and hon;^ groups aplit for a time to r arrv on .separate dls-cuasionh. They came back together Rgatn but rei In a few minutes Ser V40KK-RFI IFF Page II, ( •!.• Court Dismisses Yount Will Case Man Plunges to Srr KFPFAl., Page 3, toi. 6 Taxi Driver Is Freed At Cisco After Forced Ride Utes Walker, son *>’ Mi" Klla \N i ù>t Brrckeuiifig« '».1.^ reared in the home of Brrck Walker, following the AUSTIN April < -/T A hous.- U.r Ht’ll- AbilCIIC PlOIICCf bill to re-enact a law permitting Iitliiri»#! In ü’íill , ai * 1 lomideration of niarkei. demand in hrhrved to be Raymond Ham- IllHirtril 111 rilll Dea til r roni Hotel omratlng ou produnion and gen- ilton, Texa* dr-peratin. mñde a pur- proraiing ..„.vrrvation ri«H*r at U, hr*stelr*.' about 1’30 a M; s -!. pm: eer rrMdeiU w" B.vrr. prrfrrr.iltal rt- <». M«y .nP Ihrn drovr ,.„y „„h „I Al.llri.r .„!r-.1 . .in«U Ir». lurr sellBl.' lod»:- »»'' rPi'iP!"''''''' BEAUMONT Ais : 4 P B B Jnhi-.c- com ■ ril.x- mli-'cd tlic (i)iite ! of the w’ill of the y ')nr on luan An- Van ‘'“Rules wer^sir^end^d, 21 to 4, lo to Chattaiimiga About half nesdav si her home, .346 Mulberry •Vvaewft ìA * . ‘ 1-.M.Ì«». r. fé »«/t O t/4 rr A VI'*4 V ' « I «««.At Se»* ( RASH. PaRe 3. ( ol. .3 CISCO, April 4—<UPi-H A Penrod, Mineral W'ells taxi driver reported to officers today tlmt he wa^ released near Cnsro last night mious conception that the granting py a man who kidnaped him. robbed Court ol Honor at Rule Tonight ROSI ON April 4. .<,T,-A identified b,v Police l.ieuteimn drew J. Hurley a.s Hany H Alien, 3.5 pluuged floor of the Hotel Statler tmla.v, in it tomorrow .h»t Hurlrv d,,.cr.b<-d u . double a„n,ror l „.r to ... "Tt rrL, rod-tteattrd .out..,., rtX'J^or ^H.n ¡mnt. stat.c., „„,d ,.r nil the highwsy of i!m ngiit ..li'jüld.'i m ? (nil Wed ■ he motlier and of the d<\*ea!»ed !<> -hare in the iirh was left by S nVw York bond radïr „,r"; b, l ton « ow rattk .... Ihr .n ho.tr »Ilrtw.rd. .L“ li-;''™,1."".'.o d,. idenUlird * Hamilton bought n ci stiti i -.«it. Thur dav noi erioiis ;.iid jilacemenl Mrs. rrpor'id le.stiny nicely U=lr M m = " llie .un biotlier .01(1 : 1er millmTciiiT NiriiKid $7 500 00(1 r l .iU' ill.-, will In lus 14-vrar-old adopted d;Mighlei , MUdred 'The in.i'uin bv the at'.oniev for Mr* Pur V'*'îut ine widow, and the iriri hcid that th*- conte.stant«’ pie ding i...l(" to ' what inter- 1 the, h(-d in IIk- r-*.-afe. to Austria of full equality wa.s a .»elf evident supposition." the statement said liicrea«e .Necessary "The nece.v.sry procedure to in- him of $8 and an automobile and E. S Gumming;, pn .idem ot the Chisholm Trail couniil. and Ed Shumway, *K*out executive, will attend the court of honor tonight for about 2.5 Hurley .said wa.s lound in of Henderson uixsuce*^^^fuU; soiiRlit lopping'^ gV th“*lia the hotel room from which Van to delay con.Mderaiion until next Allen apparently leaped H< said Wednesday about 2 a lu forced Penrod to drive him to CLsco.' i^oop 44 of Rule rh* favi rir*.c#*r said tlm huzhwav- ^ of boy.s are ex- The taxi driver said the highwayman. about 40 years old. hailed him in Mineral Wells and a.sked to be crea.se the armed forcc.s ha.« been ^jriven int< the country, then drew .tarted, ” It added. No indication wa.s given of whether Au.stria planned to follow the lead (;; Oeruianv In reatonng con-.'«•ripiioii noi fi.ri the communique! set forth 1» * ize of the army lo which A(U)it: t feeli her(»elf entitled. Siniultaii 1\ there were s.bun-dani »nd‘'*“tioi of a leawakenliig of the old lime military .«plrit The a pistol and ordered Penrod to drive to Cisco. When the robber released him, Penrod said, he told him the car would be found near Albany Penrod notified police and telephoned him wife pected to apiiear for .second < hiss awards at the meetini: Rev. J L. Willis of Rule will pre-ude tion .she declined to identify her.self fur- The lenate ga».'’ ah unfriendly »rrlved and ther than to admit that she .signed reception to « "-imlon ^ a note found In the room as Bea « of government .tgenD came in and Ryan” Hurley «aid she told him mission to furm.h detailed infor mve.stigMion. »he "lost her nerve * and failed to Hamilton in the carry out her part of the part ser OIF BIFF. I age II, ( ol. 7 HEARING HELD MEXICO BANK FOR RANGER HEAD IS SLAIN False Arrest Charge Result Killer Escapes. Companions see AIM RIA. I’age 3, Í ol. t Report Barbara To Become Mother Alxl’n« «fKi viiinit Psrt < . i lonisti! nn<) Frtd«'. ’Aiiririí r Waai Tf;.iA Wf.-I 'if rrifrlflun Carlly rl-ijd'. torr-ÿl i «nd Ktlb,, « „I'tiiT .ri n'.rtli -ina r««t i-tifiit Kaat K*** "f pw'Mi m-rHwii l*«fily rioudy to oinutly. vm-rr-'r in >*r.t WIFE NO. 1 GRANTED S100,000 HEART BALM FROM WIFE NO. 2 «out hern wcllon oi middle Tcrmes- | S'*e started iaat nigh wheir W A , Rorer Tenne.ssee 'hief of the federal bureau of in*.-Jife^-.tion, led n parti of offjcrr to Wa- n-.sboro «u a tip that the oiiihwr .tern de.'ia ra- of Corpus Political Row Held at Monterrey s.-«* IIA.MII.iON. Pa«r IF < ol K MIK AGD Shot By a Rival Suitor, Man Dies Boy ot 13 Held In NE'W YORK, April 4 - J*—A , Reno du-patch to the New York Brother S Death oally News «ays that a half dozen members of the divorce colony are ready to tell they have it .straight from the houFeholu of George B Thatcher that Prlnceso Mdivani Ife expecting an heir • n<1 north pcr(i,,ni rioudy to il.iuds toniKfit Fri'U.' p.irtly April 4, UP CHEROKEE. Okla., April 4.—</Pi —'Thirteen year old Bobby McBeth, alleged slayr r .>f hi: brwher Billy, • 15, w • - lodged In the Alfalfa coun ty jail here tcx”y Deputy Sheriff F W Tettu« .aid RENO Nev April 4 ClObC the boy fatalh rJabbed hi« brother a.^latc.s of Prmccs Mdivani 6c dunr ' quarrel L” lughi at the nicd today that she i- to become a Wr .tern Okli^ht.ma Hop,c -1 Helena, mother I he fornici Barbara Hui-Mrf Georgia M< Beth of Paul« i ton us the house guc.4 of Attorn, v VaUe* . Okia. ia the mother U the George B Thatcher during her atav iKura lo divoro« Pitao« Aieaoa Iddivani 1 'TTipfi-alnrr; pm. am W'.*d Tharb »1 .S4 «f. S.; Vi HOUSTON, erett e corted a younp woman home from a movie and found a rival w^iiting , , . ........... foi them, died from hi,-" wounds to-1 da* CLOUDY p V thermoiiik - W#l infirmomr.r, «•’•»ta.* n.uBiait in rr* Sill *. « .'I t ... IDpti *1- ««- «n«. \Dril F—■ API—■'»»•art court to hear the verdict. It wa* awarded returned «ealed, the jury havini -.pent only * hours and 32 minute« by a federal court jury today to conaiderliif the affair. .Mrs. Helen Bed ford-Jones of Ev- amount awarded the firat anavillc. Ind., in her *ult over the wife was half of what she had aak-affeetion* of her former huabamt, rd. Henrv Bedford-Jones, fiction writer. Bedford-Joiie* a»»d hi* fiiwt wire The jury ordered a payment of thla were divorced in 1928. He married : l.y Mr.. M.ry IW-rq.rdb. .Mr.. ‘Yu-r iT o" Trd Mv.iatl 2d. trrr b<.:.d o.i .- »rd,.rd.J..,r.. .hr .r.,.r-. prr.r„t Jtu,:r"r.'r-bU 'h.r;. o, . ..ul, to .„urb.r b. c=^- r l,;,r...r A.lorury N.r,r ,l^t wjfr -‘‘h Jro^t.n, « a„i.„u„c«l h. w«uld ...k . nr. trU .htrh dr»,. hl.n, h. .»»r., U. Ihr , the firrt and the second verge of »uitide, " 5 r:—r.:.“d tr’jXr“"-,;.rs:;:.'»,, ■ 't:,.b.r ,Mr.. H.r„.rd,n ^ .nd ...bd ronrir:* the isti, April 4 p rc'iî.s fíMtiRp! A Y Allee and Ed Flint c)iv dell-, Mve both cha''«e<l 'MÎÎÎ fal.sf* arrest trxhiv waivfd ch-■•jii'’'p.¡;í trials lyCKJie Ja.stiic of the P.-;*,(-i’ CtlUcii Rnk.',:* Pmid of c.-; il VD-. *.c ancj Î liey ?.""re relcs'cd on th"U O'; n r(<'.;ni.'“iue bul)ie<-t to ürfmil by : ’ counfv grand jar% ; A trial of Alle- on an Hv*«ult i . for I'-.dav. iz, jiendirig L.AHEIXJ. I'exa.-, April 4 -, Pi—• Ff)U¡ mtij njicrrd the Bhpco Com- mcn ihI «I .Monterrey Mc'xko, with df,=iv.ii |un.s and ”• ' Ramon Elizondo ernoon The killer e.scaiird companion^, were «rroicci by officerà tn, president, -'erday aft- bui hlî» three i a» tliey emerged from the bank. An R.n,..i.,nd, 33, .ho, w,..n h. u> -b,.:.- o, « i‘"','Xr%b‘^ Sr"“."'».« Up' in=.bllitv of the county «''orney , day for (he bandit leaaer. a man to is*''" (he L"i.T,e bexause of a crowd- i named Chuvarria * Elizondo was one of the moat Tim charges grew out of an al- proinineiit busines.s men and cap- iGScd arrest of b political ally of jtallsis In Monterrey and Imd Mtxwe.i Dunn?, a political leader , fjnaijciui miere&t» in various pan* who fdtd the falie tmpru^nment ! ^j, „ fhirgi s, and a fight between Allee j bandU* drew* their pis- and Dunne in front of the Police dbiaiuie from the MsUon (bank, and entered h ready ■I olii .3f,owin, Cl 2‘ y. and ir.urncri .lone«, the toner, nor Mr*. Bedlard'Jciiiefc Uie wiim«, werw In tovqd bar. waiting for them The ' nibl? started when It was , ^ number oi cusWxmer» tiM.ucbi lingers uere here to Invea- ^ ^ considerable «.g,;!;- .dleged irregulantirs tn ab-!_ se.iiei voting in Corpus Christl’fc' holly QOQtMtM City el©f'*4on. i kee »LAElfkCi» Fa«« J. iM. I
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