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   Abilene Daily Reporter (Newspaper) - June 21, 1935, Abilene, Texas                                 ^Mene Bailp 3l^eportcr  “WITHOUT OR WITH OFFENSE TO FRIENOS OR FOES, WE SKETCH YOUR WORLO EXACTLY AS IT GOES'"—Byron  M E  ^éjinÒN  L!V. Full Leased Wires of Associated Press ((^) United Press (UP) ABILENE, TEXAS, FRIOAY, JUNE 21, 1935 SIXTEEN PAGES  (Evening Edition of The Abilene Morning News)  NUMBER 206  Move Pastor’s Trial to Houston  10 Start Statewide Road Program In 30 Days DHERMIHE TO  TAX PROGRAM  Terrific Windstorm Injures Six At Muskogee  Six nersons were injured and a number of buildings destroyed when a violent windstorm struck Muskogee. Okla. The scene above shows what was left of the Sondheimer Hide & Fur company building in whieh four persons were injured. (Associated Press Photo).  Brutally Slain  Victim of a brutal a.ssault. Mildred Hallmark, 19, below, was found dead In a ditch near a Peoria, III., cemetery four blocks from her home, her neck broken and her fare and head l.iceratfd. **cHc’e believe the gin was wavlald as she left a rtreet car. They sought a former Peoria man, who recently escaped frcm a Detroit hospital.  REI ESK  àj  Twisters Add to Damage Inflicted By Floods In Four States  Sweeping Defense of Commerce Dep’t Made By Secretary  Way Open Immediately to Expenditure of Third of That Sum; Appeal To Texans to End Dole  WASHINGTON, June 21.—  (AP)—Harry Hines, chairman of the Texas highway commission, predicted today that actual operations on a state-wide road improvement program would start in about 30 days.  Definite Plan.  He said he expected the bureau of roads to submit to him today a definite plan of organization covering both main and secondary highways and added the commission ought fo approve it In a few days.  ‘•Then, actual operations ought »/> start in not more than 30 days, be-■ cause we have an efficient engineer-! Ing corps and we have a great many I projects ready to go.” Hines .said. "I feel that this delegation’s trip to Washington hai- been immensely worthwhile, partly because we happen to be on the ground when the problem of determining the ratio  Venue Change Is Granted   a  Miklred llnltiunrk  WASHINGTON, June 21.--(.¿Pi— fused to act on business put before of material.^ to labor arose and we , Making a sweeping defense of the to handle, he added :    kicked the ball for all states as well ^  commerce department against ...    roorot    that    ho    nirt    ours,"    -charges of his ousted assistant,    P    ^    He    said    his    e.stimate    that    Texas  KANSAS CITY. .Mo.. June 21. — Ewing Y. Mitchell, Secretary Roper appreciate the objectives involved ^ould receive close to $250.000.000:  ,UP.—Torv>;:d>.>‘s today added to the    accused    Mitchell of but was willing to wreck,, the public from, the work-reUef fund of $4,-  de.struction cavaitl by flood» in the ,    ojbfctrurtive    tactics    which    srrvi''e through c^^ges bastxl chief- 860.000,000 wis b».'Pd on “a r mi-  mlddle west.    y ■<«.    »rmuo « log jam ’ o* .    in    i    ...    ,iois    ia..? svisi^lon.s.”    ;    mon calculation by competent sta-  Communlfies in v;xlahoii1à.    the department.    Roper    denied that President tlstlcians" and rrmarked he hoped  y iri, Kansa.s and Nobrai^ka. some ;    cabinet    member appeared be- Roosevelt had anything to do with a $100.000,000 highway improvement ;  of them experiencing flood ?ondl-    senate    commerce    commit-    the retirement from service of the and grade crossing elimination pro-  tions approafhiiif. In extent    tee personally to answer the depos- United Statc.s liner Leviathan, ship- gram could be evolved,  of three weeks ftgo. were visited by as.sl.stant secretary's accusations ping board permission for which “The bureau of road« allocation high winds tlvat left property and inefficiency and graft in the de- was said by Mitchell to have re- and Texas’ contributions will let usj  crop dama’;ea In their trail.    partment.    suited in a government “gift’’ of $1.- .start shortly on a program to put    ;    -  In the Jopha. ^îo., area two per- Reading from a prepared state- 725,000 to the United States Lines. 15,000 men to w’ork on a program p r î w n f p Pnll Infiic.StP*« sons lost their ll”*“! and two were    de-scribed    Mitchell    as a The .secretary said this action was of about $35,000.000 to $40.0CK).000.’’    t  Injured. Prc^rty ui^e was great.    because    fear.s were felt for he continued. "There are .several j HoldiDQ DOmpBIUGS  SRÏ 40 Ï0TE5  Mrs. Mert Hurtter^of Duncweg was ppj-gnipnt” who was "prone to treat its safety and becau.se the company other channels through which I am j killed when lightning struck her    yumor    or    unsupported    state-    had    agreed    to    put    a    new    ship    into  R  ome, and Ed;:ar Hottle.    ment    as    true."  ton hand, lost hi Ing logs knocked water while he worked to loosen Jam at a bridge near Racine.  Frank Peter.s find Charles Harne    „„ _______ service.  life when float- committee members listened sym- "The president did not initiate him into deep pathetically—In contra.st to their i my action in Hying up the Levla-^    critical attitude toward Mitchell m    ^ than.” he declared.  his appearance on the stand—as    The cabinet member denied also  Secretary Roper earnestly declared    ' that "outside influences ’ were re-  were    hurt    when    a    dairy    bam near    investigated all charges    i sponsible for Mitchell's removal. In-  Neosho    was    demolished    by w’ind.    jj "irregularity ’ in his department    stead, he .said, repeated complaints  and taken action where it was jus-    of Mitchell's "inactivity" impelled  tlfied.    him    to    obtain    a    better    qualified    man  A.sserting that Mitchell had re-    as a.ssistant .secretary.  See ROADS, Page 15, ( ol. 8  May Be Saved  WASHINGTON, June 21.—(UP)—I tions for the current fiscal year Senate progrcf^aves of both parties had exceeded $1,000.000.000 for the today determined to force President *    1932.  Roosevelt's tax redistribution pro-!    ,,    .    .    '    „    ___  gram to an early vote despite the ’ ^ay income tax collections were  lukewarm attitude of admlnlstra- *24.835,336 69. a gain of $1.050,-tlon leaders toward action this ses- j 393.20 over the previous correspond-vijon.    Ing period. Further heavy coliec-  ,    Senators Burton K. Wheeler. D.,' tions during the first 18 days of  After DA’S SurDriSe An- Mont , and Robert M. LaFoUette, June brought revenue above the bU-  Prog.. Wls., were among the leaders lion dollar mark. nOUnCemGnt of no More »f » bio® fighting to piuss the pro- income tax collections so far to-  .    gram this summer. They claimed tal $1.024,964,644.34, giving promise  EvidenCG    support from both republican and that revenue from this source will  _____    democratic colleagues.    exceed the budget estimate of $1.-  nVANnv Tav T««« 01    LaFollette Intends to offer the 051,000.000.  UKANGK, lex., June «1.— Roosevelt program of higher levies The bureau of Internal revenues (UP)—The murder trial of the on large private fortunes and cor- statement shows May tax collections Rev. C, £dgar Eskridge, 40, ixiratlon incomes as an amendment: totaling $206,676,525.58, a gain of who shot Police nhiof Ed T to til® pending resolution extending $12,382.932.42 over May 1934. Gov-n’PoHW    ^ I « wr    ernment receipts for the fiscal year  0 Reilly to death here on May, Regular democratic leaders op-jto date total $3.579,443,119.35 as 29, was transferred today to ptwed this course and expre.s.sed con-' against $2.988.718.579 93 at this time the court of District Jndffe fldence they could deteat It. They a year ago.  Langst™ 0,    at Houston, want u, drier action  nutricf    F    Iiicnme    Tax Over RilUoii.    923.827.33. Tobacco tax collections  District Judge F. Pat Adams poUoviing closely Pre.sldent Roose-1 were $41,725,953. up $1.860,029. May  granted a defense motion for a ypR.g message recommending heav- j collections of manufacturers’ excise  1 change of venue after a parade of ler taxes on wealth the treasury an- taxes were $33.292,707.70, a gain of i wltne.sses testified at a hearing that nounced today Income tax collec- $1,681.(W8.96 over May of last year.  1 It would be impossible for the cru-.sadlng Baptist minister to get a fair trial in his home town.  Fskridge, a large man, smiled w hen Judge Adams announced his ruling and said Houston wa.s a "fine t>lare” for the trial.  Judge Adam.a ordere«! Sheaiff W.  Pale Brown who wa.s the object of a pulpjt attack by Eskridge before the .slaying, to tranafer Uie minister to the Harris county jail “forthwith.” but the officer would not reveal when he Intended to make the tiip.  ¿^krkige. clad in fancy '‘cowboy” boots, puffed a long cigar.  “I have lot.s of friends in Hoiw-ton,” he said In a pulpit tone, “fine citizenry, fine cla.ss of people. I know they will try me fairly and Impartially on the law and evidence More to Say at Ilousrton "I’ll have more to .say when I get to the Houston jail—whenever the.se 'laws’ decide to bring me over," he told newspaper men nn he smiled and nodded toward Deputy Sheriff Elugene Nance.  ‘ They re getting kind of tired of  Fix Relief Offices As WPA Quarters  \m  Fundamental Principles To Govern Projects Laid Oown By Officials  EXPEC  AUSTIN, June 21.—(J - -State relief officials announced today county relief offices would be the point  of contact for .sponsors of    I    C,    flf  progrr.vs administration projects    un-    |    ruiimmeill U    I  til local WPA offices were e.stabllsh-    j  ed.    i  Bixm.Hors of projects could be any autliorlzed governmental agency, such as a .state, cininty. city, village or town.ship. Unofficial groups could coot>er«te  fundamental  LEÄGÜE  Threat Hinges On Rome Visit By Captain Eden  Virginian Named  WASHINGTON, June 21 —(A’.~A Vrlvate poll of the house Is report-  Rotary President ed to show that adminl.stratlon leaii-   __ers lack some 40 vote.s In their light  „ _____    _    ^    Stafe    officials    said  me. I keep them awake too late at | principle» in determining eligibility , night playing jazz music on my i of projects would incluae.    |  radio,”    I    Projects must be il) useful: <2» |  Tlie minister picked up a news- ' of a nature by which a large part ,  Mrs. Juanita Daniels suffered juries when part of her hou.se at Joplin collap.sed in the wind.    i  Joplin was in darkness for a time last night when flying timber and i trees broke the power lines of the i Empire District Electric company ^ which serves the tri-state area.  A severe hall storm crippled livestock In central Nebraska and Kansas. It was accompanied by a near gale which damagod wheat.    .  Flood condition.s continued in the tXpUlSIOn Republican river valley of Nebraska and Kanbas.  Rain threatened at Concordia,  Kan., where the Republican river was only six feet below the early  MAY OUST SON TRADE STILL OF FD TONIGHT GOING UPHILL  From Office Of Young Demos Sought  ^ s.r lOIlNADOLS. I’agO 12, Col. 2  Aimee Planning to Wed Fourth Time  DALLAS, June 21.—i^Ti-Elliott Roosevelt, the president's son, wa.s on the carpet today In Texas politics.  But as one clique prepared to .seek Roosevelt’s removal from the office of first vlce-pre.sldent of the Texa.s Young Democratic club. John L. .McCarty, state president, .said he "didn't .see any occa.sion for ‘argu-  LOS ANGELES. June 21.—iUP> —  Sister Almee Semple McPherson ment’ at present.  MEXICO. D. P.. June 21    (A’»    -    ^  The election of Ed R. Johnson. Roanoke. Va.. to the pre.-tdency of ^ Rotary International tor the ensu- j ing year wa.s announced today at the final plenary session of the Rotary convention Johnson succeeds R L. Hill. Columbus. Mo., to the chief executive office of the international organization.  A convention official state^ that   _the successful candidate received  n..., £»    about twice as many votes from the  Dun & BrSuStrSGt S VV66kly a.«<,embled delegate.s as his opixin-  Ronnrt Fnrniirnninn * Donato Gamlnara. Montevideo, neport tncouraging Uruguay, the first Bouth American   -ever to be nominated for the po.st.  NEW YORK, June 20.—'A‘ —Fur-    -    ---------- ----  iher indications of an advance in ; Plans Prize For trade this week were noted today in !  Dun Si Bradsireefs weekly review of  bu.sines.s and indiLstry.    '  "Strengthened by the further hOR ANGEi,ES.  : widening of merchandise dbtrlbut- Col. William f^terwood oil • ing, the surprl-sing .^ability of man- real estate operator of Dali« ufacturing ojierations, and the ac-  to pass a bill calling for the com- j pulsory abolition of ‘ unnece.ssary" ■ public utility holding companies.  Agaln.st Pre.sident Roosevelt’s wnJies. the hovist* inter-state commerce committee has approved pro-vlslons which would give the securities comnii.s ion permi.ssive authority to require dissolution of the holding companies instead of making their abolition by 1942 mandatory.  House leaders plan to continue the drive for the holding companies’ “death sentence" on the floor, but were rco irted to have become dh-  ROME. June 21.—<41—The Italo-Ethinpian dispute raised again today the question of the future of the ! .eague of Natlon.s, with the burden of    an answer apparently  falling on Britain’s captain Anthony Eden  *—    *    ... t i.K«r Well-informed source« said that  paper which had a plclure of him of expenditure,s would ne lor moor    Raly    carries    out    her    virón the front page He chuckled ; wages; <3i promise uUimaie return    ^0    qvpt    the    league    may  “See me looking at the birdie,” he of h < oiiblderable projKution of the ¡    oq    Captain Eden’s forth-  ehuekled. "Darned if 1 don’t lo<*k ; co.st to the trea3Ui*y; (4i available :    vi.slt    to Rome and his con-  llke the lawyer, and If my lawyer *    for immediate conbtructlou; i5>    of    vcrsatlon.s with Premier Benito  —    •    such nature to give prelerence    to    Mu.sHoltnl  bre FSKIIIDGF, Page 12, t'ol I relief labor; <6»    in    relation to the    High quarters expre.ssed a belief  number of workers on relief rolls in    that Italy    would follow Japan, Oer-  speciflc area.s, and <7i planned    to    many and Paraguay out of the  remove from reli<>f rolls to work    on    league if the eoimcll attempted to  h projects or    in    private employ-    ! intervene    in the Italo-Ethloplan  Four Inlured In Shooting Scrape  World Non-Stop  June 21  — j and rexas. :  DALLAS, June 21 man wa.s near death today and two others were wounded as a re.sult of a shooting among residents of a "squgtter camp” in K;ihi D.tllas late yaguerday.  William H Dollar 23. the one mo,st seriously hurt, underwent an oiiemtion to remove a bullet from f)v the result , of the poll j his abdomen. Olile, 32, his brother, rnhers Th** "dea*)i ‘eri- sufR-fd wound;; In both arm?< and  in th? .scalp A stray bullet struck Jose Cullisir, 81, in the leg  t thJ tnaïimum number of per- ' dispute on the ba.sts of an Ethio-r ‘.ñ" hi" rr™ Sme uZ !    not,    ,v«t.rd.y    to  (TTPi —fine i »«ns In th«‘ shorte t po.H  —    ,    ,  i projerlh previously submitted    J'în  her WPA, Page 15. C ol. 7  One Killed, Four Hurt In Wild Riot  .said today he was consldcriiig a compli.vhment of the major read- prlase for a non-stop flight «round  Phil Overton, Dallas attorney, and leader of a group described as standing staunchly behind states’ rights, said he would present a resolution to the Dallas club tonight a.sklng removal of Roosevelt from the office.  He said favorable action on the move would force the resolution before the state executive committee | At Dalhart McCarty expressed lit- j tie concern over the situation. • “I do not see occr.sion for argu- j ment until all members of the ev-ecutlve committee meet next month,” he said "The shates’ rights Isime was plainly settled by résolu- |  Sfp DFMOb, Page 12. i ol. 1  Overtime Parkers Asked To    Report  Within Five Days  If you get a ticket for over-time bama Power company, after they parking, make your appearance In had railed at the Arant home at corporation court within less than reoueat.    five days.  * rant, taken to the Montgomery Beginning Monday. dehiiquert ' utv luil, had not broken his sil- ticket holders will be sent for, Wy-ence an-J declined to di.scu.ss the lie Caffey, city attorney, announced shooting.    No warrant    had    been ^ Friday,  sworn out    against him.    The    faml-1 Barely one-third    of the drivers  lie' -both prominent—were believed who receive "tokens" for violation to be the b' ‘i of friends. Norman of traffic regulations have been tp-aas a dtugglsL    i    pearing promptly, Caffey said.  Hutton is planning another ro-mantle adventure, the Unled Press learned today.    I  Husband-to-be-No. 4. according to , whi.spers from Sister Aimee s Ange- : lus Temple, is Homer Rodcheaver, former ‘ ingmg master for Evangelist Billy Sunday and widely known Chautauqua lecturer,    ;  ■ So that's starting already is it?" ; smiled the blonde evangelist as she returned from her world tour. “I’ll just have to say I won t answer any questioas about marriage."  Mystery Shrouds Alabama Slayings  PORT DF POSIT, Ala , June 21.-,4>i„My.stcry today .'ihiouded the motive for the .slaving last night of Mr and Mrs. John ,E. Norman whose bullet riddled Ixidles were found in the front yard of E N. Arant. local manager of the Ala-  justment.s which had constituted a dtsturblng factor in recent weeks,  the world.  “Such a flight Is ju^t a.^ p<* sible  trade now reveals more indication.s as it is for me to walk to i;c- corner,” said Easterwood. who i; do-  Sei- TR.ADK, Page 12. ( ol. 1  nated several other aviation prizes.  RURAL RESETTLEMENT READY FOR ACTION UNDER TUGWELL  Organized In Four Divisions to Move Farmers To More Productive Land: FD Warns Against Politics  WABHINOTON. June 21 — A*»—* White House ye.stcrdav thfd "wc Rexiord G Tugwell. undcr.vfcretary : cannot, must not and < ill i.<<t let of agriculture, today organized ht.x polities enter Into tin- v.oik rural re.settltment a<lu4ni.'>iiation» “You who are la te tfi;<\ ’ he into four divisions tor a :ob which said, “are entrusu-d widi ttie duty will Indui p moving man> farmers to j of bringing not only m-v* hope but prodnctlve land.  hearti‘n< of the  tence” pr f . i.^ion pas.ncd the senate only by a c-aip-vote margin.  The r ■. uiprce committee was (Riled into s..‘Sion agdn tcxlav to act on tiiP remaining two points in the Ion controverted legislHtion. Indlretin; ' v,« re that the measure would he o oorted to th»‘ hou.se Saturday fiii 'orr ideratlon early next week  The two are the },■ ties and t settl.ig f' ulating ill mea.surf“ '. of hold 11 eorporat. i  EUREKA, Calif.. June 21.—<A’j— One unldenltfied man was killed, two others were crilleally wounded and four police off leers, Including  nail., polir, r.for.1, r.v..M thai th. líoll.r brothers both are lor- * ’*«*< .t .    KO*«*«    Lumber  mer convicts Napoltcm Bonaparte (Curly» Roach, 49 made a statement to polie# In which he said he fired after  rompany mill here tcxiay.  Outgrowth of the protracted Pacific const workers strike, today’s confllrl, Chief MUlctleld said, atart-  ' in.'' vet to be n(»proved Olire for InxiliR Utili-i.invuage to be used in I'li.'pes.s’ jioll^v in ref-I s As now written, the , d .‘•ubject 1.5 per cent cnmpnnv dividends to line level*.  lieing atiftf ked by the Dollar broth- «<1 when a group of picket.^ aought ers in hi .»hack. He said he knew of to prevent the 300 mill employe.^ no reu »n for their action.    Irom    going    to work  fl  more  With hr" tlfty .Slate re.etticment diverloi    Tuuwell was unot'r in  struction.'' bv President Hoo.'.evelt to "see to If that the future rural population ■ fume out ol hone where they hiue been able to live and grow uiKi' T proper conditioi s, according to adtiquate,    American  standHrd.s."  In u.sin.; the $100.000.WO .set aside for thi.s rmrpcse, tiie president told I the state leaders gaUiered at the  a new program into t),e u\e^ of a great many thou.sonu <■! iiimilles." He added, however, Unit onl.v an average of 11,143 ro old b»- nN*nt on each family Tlesldes "takliu.' :'U'l    •    ;»U)g' di»«  tre.s.sed families ott relit î rolls, Mr. RfMisevelt said an-’ht:    objective  would be to “devon- nu>- i >;<d resources to their hlghc'.t u «' for this generntinn .» ii tor future  be« f .AR.MERb, Page 15, Col. I  AS ,rî,.. eUnniv »'••  '1-  f*«r’ ¡V < I'  f;«.!    ■  I'aruy -u ■■T tr l«r<  :  I* -i!y  u.ly V  NEW MEXICO THROWS ALL ITS RESOURCES INTO TOURIST HUNT  Convinced Quartet Has Never Lelt ‘Badlands.’ Governor Orders State Oflicers, National Guard to Area  Soon afterward It was announced I that Fden will come to Rome early \ next week after his Pari« visit.  Captain Eden’s journey to Rome originally wa.s planned for a dlacua-slon of naval and air Issues with Mur.sollnl, but authoritlattve aources said thev would al.'<o confer on the East African brirder controversv Thctr dl5cu,*sion" were expe*''ted to center on the section.s of Ethiopian notes to the league invoking Article XX of the covenant, pledging mem-b(*rs to res;>ect the territorial Integrity of other members, and Article IV, providing for .settlement of dia-pute.s by arbitration  SmTER FIRE LOSS IS $5,000  >..1  ■‘T  M  lii m>ri’i(})«ri . 'K' 'ILflitv I'll !») m,-relian  anti en'ii ("»'’fci.t «ature*)  1 airi|i-ríítiiri*s Tfiur« ITrí ¡I in  «3  .....Vf,   ......VT   ......    V7  ...    .    »7  •tí V4   .....»9  ....    hñ  ss  h'i  SANTA FK N M . June 21 — d'P' --The f.tii’-- o' ’^cw' .Mexico texhiv threw all * f' "urccs ol lu. (xillce and natloi,..: vi.irU into an aUemiit  to solve t!' * I toutiais"  *“ Search I'" IxiriUA hikI Heberei <<: In a dczert :  I hr y were ego. CiiS.e-Gov ch :• dirtccted U-tensive in lndlcat»'i tu  7 m  12  ¡ (;t'.e of the miitsim;  Mi Hiid Mr.s OeoiiM-M:    and    Mrs. Albt rl  M.f.r bodli s renten d 1.nt rn Vaughn, where , I it;x»rted a month < lur-s exainin* d bV VI ho P« : "iii.lr.  ■ it nil the mo.',t ‘ ‘.n’A Mexico’» hi , iv.o couples probubh-  W*t  K-U  -lb!  ,. jniiftl.  71*  S2'  were rotmeo nud n.urdered,  lnf.1 M«v Mr and Mr" lyiiiu-s ,aud tht Ht.^ieio left thfii home».  ,:i i-iii't St Imilfi, 11! , nnu started lo their autoinoiu!«- U) hte the cduntrs They hafi d'overted their inonev into travelers’ cht t ks The trail of check." siiowed the t( uri'U'. motored through T« x»» into New Mexico, '1 ne morning of .'viivy 22 tli* V left Vanzhn for Albu-(, icKjue They never reai lied the iit'ler cltv Hfhitives became alarmed when '(•.<r.d days (la.sscd with no word II 'III tlie littieifr" Officers were a. bci lo look for ttaun Detectives . u(; i fiieck." i>earing the forged iwiiAtures of the touri.sts had been a hed al El Paso, Texa#. and at  bet lOl UIM b, Page 12, Col. Z  Morning Blaze Takes Toll In Auto ‘Storage Plant  SWEETWATER, dune 21 -Damage e.stimated at more than $5.0(W wa« caused early today by fire which broke out at 4 4.5 a. m. In a building at 311 Elm street owni'd by H. B. Allen and occupied by Miller Brother.« Tire company and Allen Storage.  Ttie flames broke out In the center of tnc budding, next to the tire stock The plat e *^s closed tightly and flames were confined to the In-' tcrior. The lower iKirtlon of the ceiling WH« parti;, burned and heat became .so inten.se steel beam-s were melted  Floyd Underwfxxl. 28. an employe ! who waa sleeping m the place was nearly suffcK'ate«.i He escajievl by ; breaking gla»s In a ventilator at the  I rear  About 30 cars in overmgi;'. ."Wrafe were damaged Ui some t \ieut by smoke and gioN» wmdow?: and windshields rracktsd One of them wm a ne'v Pontiac owned by Mr MiUtr. who estimated his loaa at 15,000,   

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