Abilene Reporter News, September 16, 1938

Abilene Reporter News

September 16, 1938

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Abilene Reporter News (Newspaper) - September 16, 1938, Abilene, Texas WEST TEX4Sf OWN mmmfm®()c Abilene Reporter••WITHOUT, OR WITH OFFENSE TO    FRIENDS OR FOES WE SKETCH YOUR WORLD EXACTLY AS IT COCS/’-Bwon VOL. LV III, NO. 108 I mn r**«* (I t*i ABILENE, TEXAS, FRIDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 16, 1938—FOURTEEN PAGES PRICE FIVE CENTSHENLEIN’S ARREST ORDERED CONFERENCE WITH HULL FIRST ROOSEVELT ARRIVES IN WASHINGTON TO STEER UNITED STATES IN INTERNATIONAL WAR CRISIS WAP MI MOTON F*pt IS-— Pr*«»d*nt f*rrw*v*|t arr»'*d her * shortly I mr t trim* tm* evening sri tohferred abn*rd hi* tai min with •wttlw to Stat# H ll? Presjgsably titty db* weed KurofW I rrtete Til* «in*i e««ci*tive returning af*#r « rt * in ft'-w healer Minn. nil'’ with Hull for ll aft! tom before tit* two left th* min Mr ||i»m*%*l*    h*4 gone In mrvnwm to ne pres*nt dor in* •n operatsrn on hi* son Jam** Before tm president arrived mr* hor* Hull n*d I-* toto the f-un*tn* Ma lenient to report* Iff Th# historic roofer**)*# "adar between th* pror* minuter of Groat FNI tam and tho rhanees* |t»r of Germany I* naturally be-int aHaorvod with th* ft**’**! tn»e*evt tv all as’mrv whlrh ar* fOWftm*d with th# (wot* rni’snn to pe»'e #ta'e departm*»it officials et* par ton to »<*r*i*e initial ••tw»o* on Ut* conference between Adolf Hi* tor and P.-. en* Mini**** rtumWfi* n Hi time for dte-rus-teh pf th* pr evident and th* **rp«t.afv Shelly *?t*r I p an . attern vanward tun*. and ta to directs* to to* Wb»*e H' «J for rn* con*or*a*mn WUU Hull Word rad** from tha dan*» «portal trow , ohii* It •*** n*aru * Withing an that hi* rofu'ar pro** conference tom*-*-mw had horn called off Whit# Kaw* authorities .aid interns-tonai reason* dicta*d n « demon At hi* pc***    hee# Hull aaid tm* go*amiant had no omen*-* a* tilt Chamber* la in* Hi*    mo*tm» Th* mag d*par*wor>t dtartna* od moan- -no *ha* Gem' Unum ha' ***** fir** flip •ovard* form* th* Nth ii#-piano* th# ha* ordered Hi 'feta rn*m*rr IN HISTORIC CONFERENCE— Chamberlain And Hitler Talk Peace • • • • • • a • • aa CHAMBERLAIN ON HISTORY making FLIGHT TO HITLER D-jjj-k [g^gf r i ,'    *    f    # I r Returns Today SUDETEN FUEHRER WITH HITLER Exchange Secret; Second Talk To Be Held Soon BEECHTESOADElf. 0 • r ma ay, Bapt li-(AB)- Brim* M:m*tor Ne nile Charabtrlaiii and ftaichafaahrtr Adolf Hit-tar ta I kid for mort than three hotsrt today is tit# tint of a •anoa of his lo rte eortfartneoa weighing lh# i aa no of war or Hoard It Ettrop# HUM tXGUNGt An Official SIV.' -tm#st* MM! th# ataUNucMm hag an attended Irani oaf turn#* of stews on th# pm**ns mmvm and chawn*? • lain wta return lo london tumor* mw to consult tha Ur tutu cantil#* Ahotaar mwtaai tMtween tha two will aw NM ta a fww daft and it was *-ita**tod a aw* i nvrntent paw# thai* th* imam* * Al pow (MMB* HMM ba a* la* tad for tm •awl MUNICH Hop* to- mm# Minuter Bevue Ch ambe* tam af tiro**. Hrs'aio, wt% abow* ahaaina hand* with Garwin Foreign Mlr.u’.of J «•» mw own (UMwuvf as ho a iftnod fmw a plan* today af ta? a Hight fmw London m* futckly Burrtai ay train to letch tm# aden, Chan taller Adolf Hu rt a mountain ran*.' for th*u apornal loll whuTi tha wwrId hopad woald pravar.I a r if -.♦an ronfild THU ptsoto aaa ?adread to lh# Unttoa Itta mw. Ukamrtated prow Photo I Crusade Spots KRBC EXTENDS FACILITIES TO Local Products INCLUDE MBS STATE NETWORK What pawed Between thaw rn* wa toed tha •arm af 'new •#.,*« ar*!, thaw conf Ida ut** Th* no***- hm .* *«* tha run flirt hat •arn prat'.* and Hortm ©*ar tha d»wan#« af ClawrMwknaata• Oar-want* wMwrtly. a ham fir*! ta., ad (ar autaoowr arwi mtm oanrwa* •atma tut now wants mon with Hit un a *?*ai*r Garwant Tha cauht |nt*M>r«4l ; .rn* •unjam aha tiara*, preeadant to »pe#d av air Mi train far tha far#-ta-(ara eanforanca emigre* to in* »■*» poor#. wt*a tha world war cor- Lubrication And Vitamin Days Also Today In 'ho Mad *4 1**»    •    mmrt hniaw aletao    hw    th* Cr adit to tit* Ort ta • Man if a*' «wr» of AbUona pm* in ta a.: amdt rn bu*»n*** mon hat# po warn *i-utani Mil it maid bt ap* 1>u*d wad aptly to man pmdoru Thar# am ie* r**aw po haw. w «*a#o    til*#*# riff*# ti rap. pa- taut Chip*, pu-aia* ta .od dratMWM t Kl VIM « tlltiPtR nota sod l.wbrwaad day for awte* •*«•*» today and aalwr •*• ywwr dr«f titsmi* Oar (MU. today im**tt# Pmlwto day awd doimday. t aday Haw earbonatad batata#**. candy TH* § Hurt a'* briea Ult thadea awnPdft tarpaulins alactiirtty t*b«-na'#. Htod-twa, dew* athar p ar..;.# mu. prwdpey* mu- au-conduion- *ta(f, with lh* adaption Pre Inaugural Greeting Program Staged Prior To Launching Of TSN Th# Ahtlen* Rescuer Stet r*dn atPtfeM. KMM *uada p#*t OB •orond wik*ior.* teat hdht a* (ac OI UM att* **i*no*4 ut Inc Juda th* Taaaa itat* nataor* pf th* Mutua. hroadcaaUHd *>*1® Thud anni**!***' cf lh* **atjon win b* c* * hr a tad Ortohar I Th* Matwwral pre«raw cl th# Inn plat* n*t•*->** ftiwpwwn af M ttouon* aaaraid th* •ffXWJ **>uhj.* of th* >a»dHl with th* Mutual Hiu*d<a»t.nf *y*l*m Tha T*MW    Md    *»v*U    th* WHC'a n-moaf of ttaUrav* lo IV! Vee*'ad M IM * — * ——    —    r" v!■>•.*« at* * and Car atta    ^ jrrv.SL^r iss HSU To ODen bald a pm utaut ural ftwaiMf pw* 1    1 w W HWI1 Term Today TH .rd et. #«* «panut« far th# •aaa in A bum* att to at Id a eta flu* morning a* M*.d*n-ILmmnt * wv. tar atty Mda Ha ftth r«n*f* At# rn Prwidant J I) SoMafar wad prtMde and th* Rat W T Ham^r af Whiten will mas* th* WM) ad-draw* a* at idem* *t»*n# ut* fir*! rh*pal ntrtw ftodMMHil *in#un§ of th* I* » #y and th* Hsrdut' Mw rn en* thaw will t» parti* rtpatad in by th* atudant bod* M Murry < lied* bali forma. 1%e anura ptnfraw mw* fmw    -f ’ •'**» Oui thiftf wa* ta*an for (fsntad ta an fwauriarw mot th* h*ad of UMI pwafMhant of th* mat Br*ti*h tmfua r%*4 not cow* part aa * Martial Law Extended To Halt Rioting Cstch Action Virtually Endt Chance Of Settling Dispute By Negotiations? British Mediation Mission To Return PKAGIJK, CEechoxlovakiB* Sept 15 — (API- The Czechofilovak government tonight ordered the irrext of Konrad Henlein on a charge of treaaon after the Sudeten (»erman chieftain hroadcaat a proclamation hie followers wanted union with Germany. The (ovammcnt. movinf naif Of to pat dowrn Gail irnft to Santan Oarman tam tory rouplad ltd aoddan aciim wtli aa ar* ear ax land: nf wanial law to I# »«4ato« dwtncto what# (pa rad ie minor dtoordor* contin aad Th*.i tom of avant* ap^aranUj anding at! praaant pe** - I My of Mtlimr lh# Cmchoaiovak Badoton dnpato pr#c#do4 hf a few hoHin annonneommt th# Int.ah modjUlon miaaton wa# rn-taming to UM« to Meter with tho Briu«h gowtmmtnf ii tho gnat ertdtf    _ A hrt«f coma a mo na annoanead that V.acoant laneiman. hoad of tho * onoffleal' British wsawoti and hi* prtoeipai aid. I F T A. A sh tong#** thin, would fly to London at tho HohwH of Prtmd Minister RrrtU# Chamberlain who eonfarrad today with Adolf Bittor Thar departure was sot for book tomorrow. Oovarnmant cl re lea monnwhtto Mid chane#* id Satilla* by ’ ne got! atmas tho Pitched Iowa* Sudeten dispute which threatens the pa sea of all Europe, had airt wally reached the aaamhiKf J peiML Refugees Flee From Troubled Sudeten Areos Mantel* the "KMM fuehrer* th# Jh«$#t*n German row id not ba (wind at his Aaa* near Cha Oar wa * whew ha wa* reported to ha** po* to M wa ?. He wa* and ton no .fit. tora atm hon duapoawfwd Mar,-ain bo oouoht and nor tnua Oawny Th* Bad Owl haipwrt many of MMM nm# fwd • I towporarr ref if* U Ire*. Th# aamnat foe wmnws: ho*i?« •twWad Manlaw* prorWwatlon. rn WH tm ha Mid ~«Ma afv.Waod war mat UM MV RI lh Arot IS — AP' —A Ms* SodHaa f#*eWMtei rn.. _ .. .    ......#| W[    m    Pw^w-i^kaMow jhdf Ahkaa dhWdBwtodiWa eiimr 9BRBPBI es dMia m iewmwrs rn wmfmpww mf tea "maww «woahad «#*#w*ao* taialv Irmo I sat haitiaoiM whaaa I aadavwd an trwawo thoapm TH* i*«h * ad rte* latidae la lavhw repavtlof 4b*t**wd 'N'aw ha Uh* tat* Pf > ted* at fWaaa*! Mawafyb daw! Bdloard •*«*** OMI aa* hastate ta tear* WmM wa# wha* they •*»» •anatta* f«* todapaaW t am WO a**#* awd*tan i'tmnmmm *t« wedare«*od rtfhi ha fad IWM# Hmm* aow* taaste* * ha af M too* nam* hi IM Mat Mangey w*no«« of UM *u mm f*n***d th* Pena* wad# at tho .ttntam in IKM wh#» P fir#* **ni on th* air -•at urn man a* p**- *otU»*atJ* a carnal WHI» *»»••* • pc tee dedicated ta poMte SOrtteW. two*#•!*•*• and o*****it* to »** awa ar** t » * thai H mall b* aa Ilk* ajari, aa awa* t* (Md awd dttttep and »«♦ **Wi la IteMn# latent ta every (wHM *f roto* aha ay* pafam-antUM »** la*al and iwatntM p»a**aw * tvary want nor ©f UM stauooi of ll** PM *yt**m* rwols Harm and other tdfhelrtiw on duty a# toe Wan** ugm fabrwatod meta. and Build- witter a** inuoducad tad saws a in# Ste*- MMI til* furniture oair* tem word* rn;* eye tiw»saa. Imftria unite O'h*f ctotoPM ar!u* ,ftd saddle* ? tha na## of Caw Manana Ut Fort •OMV eiatfctof turn-*# aid aeddSea. Worth Parforwar* appmrtoi on th* The - •;* eashata and thrwuda - calabration program aer# On * Au-A-: mAuutAtlKiad right her* to try Ahu lay Urn* Hob Ho.** Off.-' Abilene    rurhar OTMnie.a Hit Billy baru! Vt*, lh ji RMnufaeturUkB H s to* der Mi Mar ma U artel a oopo chow aa* I bt »IM P> I. ( al « Ma KRIM P* I. (al I balora th* .* «-»• •tudastt hod» in tha sr -wjol • rite*<*ry Or I nom** th h abham praaidem,    that Mr Mum u atttartuc the bt-*; year in ti history Th# maut addr*** ti. o by Dr C a R t;c • preMdMg rider of th* A mien* Methodist dtatrtrt a SERIAL STORY HIT-RUN LOVE BY MARGUERITE GAHAGAN nwtevotom <a>* ode *«avK« ••>•» Oat auh* u*m a proud flaw to i he dr sot* ur ara hiauey .naa.n# turn or event# put nom wutdeatad mat i'aawterriaia had cow* u» bend a anee orrtMiaM rtiiHTt Optimum parvutao on th# (roond* that enow bar la ui owu-4 nm fte«* made .-us aetuaunnoi dash otuaeut hatthf tow* boa&a for btuwtn* rn rwiild ar rue ■ • texwethin* oar than..* tssiof bbl (levi itffUM cfd*. taw a* yaou #*a ptime awaiti Haw (VMW I aa doe M Mwmm a * «*ataaw# al aum** sad kl • A Home diapRWA rapwriad that Betora #a«u.# th# Brtualk capital CtMtBorlotn ’.suien telephone attn Pftw^r itei »uj si me-uu or Italy in addition to na>in# a eon- nae PAA Lit pf A I al « Rising Sfor Foir Opens Sepf. 22 AUIIhO BT AA her IS - TH# CHI * ana nm fall lair offte wily •paaa neat Thursday toprawber 12 and WHI ddHtoMi tofdAgb *'* P*:-lowtnt haturday HiffU:#' ■# cd the lair • to Ba a pa ade of student* th* *#- ♦ nu oaom-in# 'N im lur and a gigtmu pared* of Mr wa'ed Goats at I* a ai Of th* rtoajng day. Other at war wen* in-dud* a (wee Boll ga ow between Au-int alto Aa Linter and a -wa#© The Weather •on a vt oas a WON*# »•• finial aal WMhWi urn m«v i IMH* neat tit t> »•** Konrad Ka.etr. irUhti Aet*' tao fuhrer mtm Urn ta Gat-wan, Th.»fMay a# rsarrmaiova-ai* wrdarad hi* art att ort t.-aoaon aha rioi Ie    her*    wha p.-. nf .• r *> Admf Hitler #t * waatin# in h*f«h**oa*dae Oar-atr.« artar# the former sos coll-*4 foe # aonfBraaaa en tha ll Mateo - can A et la** (-ated Prow Photo*. cwi*'Nod aa UM treason chart* would tow a prwiBlo MBMpH _    _ - - Ufo impetaonwani Thor* «a* ae    TH#n tho -vttor#* la#tend Ona* HMImUM net* wttethor na wMht M tuMir. th* rn mn # a UM ptdte atowapl pl idAim ii Caaehwlowino rn p*owr -icw attn oirartMM to 2* trwujtead Uudasoiilaad arrleod here ^ nan of the f^p^o... . in* mw today Other tewipa wot# raportad ***& caorh**.^**^ de ft nee brw- AMAMj UMH way amas tho frwa- mb. Deed lit Csuch-Sudufuft Closhts Listed At 29 porn tm rn '«aaJ*a.*m af 4-Power Peace Accord Looms IffMfed lo s^p-pwt tho Parhomenf Called To Htor Report Of Chamberlain British, French Parity On Httltr Demand) Stun LONDON hep- ll WI loin I proc la mo unit Bod Bean a te»<-«*d al hie*. Bude ar. Oarman th flit a UAM uu«* wow al UM Ow- r Tho mao warder, and ••• IMM prwwni* amnion w* m ’n* Gorman offMMl aawa emmm al aat'.un# th* o«dhry and tnan e«* oroohcast to diMw»* * ad virtual imoppaoxwd. German adm (UMM in Vatnna f to/Uae we #w*wram#«t and «a-UmUA a 1*4 D*#*d*r> TBH pro* tended WANJAl Mw in IIM Auoetaw Mw acc:, .ai*- e« rn teats af th* ar aa# whfih# aaeut -ow-‘.hard# pravMwoUaa to (ha AtedOMh arm af th* Apatan Oarman pupuMiM* ef*t tit aly.    Of IMM under mi&t*ry mil It aaa MBI—tod* AUM tow I OSMM meeter, party    rhiefi    farad    prow    ad at JI UM oumaer of cutmt end** th*    iowa    Ma    of    UM    AUM* rn fs«nun# aofwoon iudittol rapuoor    Get mam alto CaachaaMwaBaa im* ftmBliat Sduard Bonw -*u*d rn so.-marm tem* Munday m#nt, «:wtt ar dm (dUwNAAM pari m waul a(BNB AmehtoMftrar Mar modo nj# a.*.not awatiAi twhfuoa-.y an#ry tpamn at N-irnawr# prawn ««. to isirtnr sad ready to •*«*«** rn# --a.p ta th# Audetatte- i a *■ ur P aa.'A hep: ll - i* • realer-K-xwp** WM# be: own UrttJOh and Ptench ahaky pea-a atrwtsii* wmod lore* Nafowaen to dortor tm Adolf tot- ,rr^:    stir    «•«!*.« chor9«» c..<h oPPrc»,.on a, Peak bertom * m»t> Hic - ta mb Adm! artar tha •»/• mnfaranr# aet own    «nciawaM» Manlein (towal Wtoto addutf th# H. ~*r and fo-» donatee* to Muto no o* man fuahrw *r*d JtottAMi    # mw* * tto* aweto that UM wunitoa af Kawhiribort Ar.UaA otfteUto wee# u#ht-:ip- '*** M; -■ M    *•    4:15    of    ooatWAMplha    aswwa#d AM# and tonim.a#najt -a*, aoar *h# Got- peg an th# A*rehiaa(ad*a a—fie* *#*n    ^nd umaa ad*ia« dalrnaeiaw lMf»* MAA frontier in anrthw ewe*.    Prewie-    Edcj .surd Dandier aas -a- t#t.. a#rwai« aid row wad UM BAP* Ca*n *a4ia *-a th# arm Pip; ma*, and informed ornerier* to-'*d cwoatoann# a trip to ItohMa M    af Coom opppr#oamo th# ewnUwi af ump* en,teated U #* prateipal pnoathitt- *®e * mnm'.'mimi mi n Chaatoat- fh#*«By tho dom paefto Baw#dl- Th# oatAMiaa df urn rn urn rn « B#-f» rnamwr-jMto WMW. he §*** im* a mea Gat-    orlwra UM whole world WMgi* BppriiArraT-'i MAI spent OI a H. Jar ta n« awl* WAJT.    that h P dtoMJMlf .mpeoaMw far    oar^a#    im* Min India    Ha**,    fyenei    na**    aftnry said a_jiim Oil latin md raoftx to tl~#    .    "    v! t can ic* prw*^cn#d ji*. uw chon- m    >•’-« aas    der mill Lory rid* a* ropers Ama JU st hixto to I. Mili*c OM* ha** sudgMteNl a (MIM power |«c( aoHMtf A*Main Irooce, (*#vOMI* * snd ttoJ* IO (oarsate* I uc«y» » pf* * L He aas * aa** to*oaodto a plehMc Me Hider *kw 0 Ite ko la*ahu • vadetao G**wun ate* prwM«mad mUm ai th* trues nom wtttwMtt ream* UM deaaojtoa to Konrad MeHam* lit Gemaij an ntaaumt to un* hid* tan Oorman •triton to Clar MB* ••» *    im    ta    our    AMI    (Mn* Tha dispa MA ttotrafad aweA a * a ^ CHAPTER I Th# Hot sprint sun *.to sudden.y Benina it,* onmmdvi gray clouds throw in# th# traJUr tuurt Bit# tones r-v shadows. Mr t e • . ! rn ti.'eat of rain could dampen pat rh is M ors* I •parti* While her pencil raced ever th* whiten!## to Mf pod roverin# It with her cur lie aet to shorthaito note*, and tho voirw of o ttneuet judge and attorneys occupied on# side to her mind. lim tea! Pat ewn-UptMd cream.f.g to the #veating date with Ism) Km ' Pwr many seat* now life had bee-- some* run# t tv id magical q+xiswc ULA 'jag gsmam At tov#. Deft,;* larry hud nan# wi?n hi bkwu t.-»-    - »    ... »<■ and iiean* lined over hit fefoao brow the day* nod been * stjrccoaton to routine tosat (am.lur to ar. cmut sttnoc-rapher, IN et* now UM (WUAUUfy nm «.* e\en»s eortinuti bu1 teetbhadow* tog them os* th* bros lodge AA Lorry loved her. tha* woe. they all tiu linens sh* wit buying the would be warned that soon china the had but '*»’e- aUtrt-ed th* borg aitis he,' alen eve* found during lunch tune shopping periods would lase their rightful place* in an a pan went all here and Lam a W tea Pat :e*iii4r4 in# near nets a# that a&aiTMge r»# scene around fir? took on a strangenwos r-u sw « jrar I, had Been aet aer** a-day aarM now alw «» it ai a strander 1mm< it ve* eaa#* *-» be aw a* to that WUU dearer world at her awrn home A flush crept asta her cMeA* * ten she f lid I * ad .f'v* lur* of a teat mony. AA# thrust her dav dream* Bara Bilo their secret pier# and >. :«eto)ll#tto c» Hie wort before I er ‘I dwui' get that Wa* it your n#tit fender or 'n* defendant t aet bg ALU Pf ti. Col I • t*i titi* *•»    •«.    •*-    a *•»» you >    *•*•# 'SMI. •■*#» via #* %•«•• aatSMVs    .«»«*« ■MU I MS* a—•- sr • H • I SI •« «* -■*" • . *S4.#*S| ***» a e rn at • • SI va ,S i I mss so# • s•* si • a ***# s*« I* s I, »« • It as* sa**** teds, S ss. IMI * I H, amy bs** *«td « Gotef. Mio Mtnjtl SOM# sallow to I aseA«-tensate • Wodetea f«i«i» • a* ti#* wwly os, to **o»d • *» In at y event most source* beu# ed CnswtMHrtain * aor owing -«s . to-m»fnow ww au * H-'le-r hod m#* such tor-roochmg •* dxtaate th# Ar lifer* PHAM msnfe'*f rould not commit (tim**if *t'    ■’    sppr*--**. H ni* own s: 1 posatbiy it P^otach #• • s!'..*»-e * rr.es* guAfttvt were optimism user (MAM## bf f :.smt5erla*is * ini'isT •aik* »tu* HH et sine# ret-im iota* * ere prwmJMd Th# Ari*tsh *o#err.aM«t doterwm-«d Ii call ptrUataent wit rf receao It near Chamberlain g report tm his pest* efforts. V## I a tv. t r« v I to • ut tAt sam* Mitt rn "A# wish m I**# a* lr## German *    dmtA    UM    rn pat men* We Rito it wwr# At pmc# uu    BMWtOA    #ad*t*n    OdlMMgl our UTIW ta* warn to re am it and uwopa get uraMtlt Md mica our tem# Bi *-JM (MCN! Gag blea* ®|tf ;U p«iet«a u*r*sa party #*.:<| .*-•* s and m r.**lof The gmnifi UNntght i -outpa#* men where bnwwf ftgnt ic <w-•.*>*#• auarHAI mw us*- et *ptm (Budeten rag ymwdoy, were repmrod FOR TEXAS SINGERS' CONCLAVE NATIONALLY KNOWN QUARTETS TO SING HERE Wad* Wi 4 pyemimt to UM AC: et# CCAHAWhhy RAKgtH Mid Thurtobay that st leo** three ss-timtally known quartet* would •** fewtured at the annual -wnwtm I f th* leas Amt* Utngw* associa- lien jpentng hcte Aaturdoy It* .*-4 th# Hartford guartef to Kartfoed Art the b-swpi gutrtet * f LMilas and lh# National Mu**' company guar let rf Btl Wapiti r.au already wired him that they w«-*id o* present. In *>-!•• mon pi- tie chureh and club gwarwt* from all mer tit# •ta'* will be present bunging Bv f|uarte5* mm. dtets pud other grov.pt:Ai aul few ur# Hie Mm day program W lits who s’ been assisted At :t.s% * meal arrang—MPI* by Ai*** chtek OBma Hadios and Ber Little predicts a cr ,»d of I (SAB per-mn* Aa'today. W’.'A IIM prasent Pi* t«c»tm «• Bdl j eked UMikNBu afiemoop Otpyy AwitB fate- para Al I eetotoi 'n# ^rnmrn WU rn Bald WWD to tome** alto tfeortMB to eawwepttBA city hatufda* e,#n*iM MMM gm at I Al oMaMt ahi Bu pi pram wig ae MMB it a Kine a Ii UM U I ;