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Abilene Reporter News (Newspaper) - February 18, 1962, Abilene, Texas ®i)e ^Wiene 3l^porter-Bttoíí "WITHOUT OR WITH OFFENSE TO FRIENDS OR FOES WE SKETCH YOUR WORLD EXACTLY ^    3^00 ’-<>■^■'«0 X0 00 S3’’''- «1ST YEAR, NO. 246 y Y'Wir-yw ABILENE, TEXAS, SUNDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 18, 1962—FIFTY-TWO PAGES IN FIVE SECTIONS Asmrintpd Prea m British Land More Soldiers in Guiana Warships Sent To Little Nation By ( \RL BL.M'KMW GKORGETOWN. Giran.* (AP>—Britain landed additiona airborne troops and rushed mor< warships to this South American colony Saturday to enforce a stat* MEN WITH A DIFFICULT JOB — Three members of the four-man screening committee seeking a new presidctit for Hardin-Simmons University pose following a busy session in Abilene Saturday. Left to right are R. L. House ' " made. (Statf Photo) FOR H SU PRESIDENCY 15 Due More Study ByScreening Board Khrushchev's Wife Plans Plea to U .S. Slorm Death Toil Rising Over Europe H.AMBURG, Germany TAP)— One of the century's worst storm.‘ I lashed northern Europe with hur jrlcant-force winds and raginp ¡seas Saturday, killing scores in I Germany alone. Floods made ten« I of thousands homeless. The death toll In Hamburg, Germany’s greatest port, may exceed too, reported the West German television network. Z“"'    •PKTK'    (HKH'H    GKOKfiK    KAKRWKR    IPrimo    MiniMer    Chedi    jTs'an's    Indian    merchan. houses evacuated from flooded areas of    .    trirnils"    'tor    better eovernment’ 'IfHisi (iovemmenl. the city and hundreds of others ‘    r-dufsl    of    tnends    ...    for    better iovernment    *    ,j    .    .    i istill awaited rescue hours after’    s .    ^    j    ^    tT    r^h ¡a storm with winds of 115 miles O    ZrLT    r„led fr ^ fVIO f Q JC C K I n Q    I her from the frtg^es TroubrLe' ¡and Wizard or flown in from .la- At least SIX persons were killed    ¡maica.    Three more British war- Bremen by floods and gale.s    -------------- O .am JL J^hips were on the way, others in East Germany. |    tH    III    ISS lO H I OS I Dnb’ one new incident was re addition, 11 deaths were re-j    ported    during the day-the ston- ported in the storm in Britain andi _    i    . .    ,    ,    .    ine    of a house owned hv a mem- two others in avalanches in Switz-L ® i u announced interest of better city government ^ ^ Jagan’s People’« Progres- erland and Austria.    !    party thrcT miles .\ngry seas smashed defensive 4    a    a^"lhr^way    ra^    Tie    said    he has “no bones to Georgetown. Jagan s whereabouts dikes along a 400-mile stretch of    ^^ree-way    rac«e    p,ck    ’    and    no political aspira-.v^ere not known. WG .    _    .. ..    ,    Tiie    two are B. D <Pete) Gooch, anrmoJSm''\bil^^^    Council    and    University    of    Te.xas    students    dem- ano moved to Abilene m lyu. He    As.sociation    held    onstrated and held a give-and- emergency meetings and inform- take o|H‘n air debate on nuclear m.stigafe a wave of terror and his twn a.ssa.s.«ination. in the rampage of violence, vhich broke out when a crowd of o.iKiO marchfd on the legislative Hiilding after news was received 'f the comine of British troops, at of emergency proclaimed afte.r, oavt 24 of Georgetown’s biggest anti-government roits had cliamed »uildings were set afire at six lives.    Among them was the head of- The troo{>s landed at .Vkin.son'bte of Bookers United Kingdom Field, 25 miles from Georgetown, ’ o-« ^ jxiwerful enterprise with and .sped to the capital. s,tillinterests in sugar es-! smoking from fires set Friday by    stores    whose chairman rioters demonstrating againstrefused to Join in the strike. a Ihree-w ay rac'e tKltc ffir the North Sea coast from Holland to Denmark. The waves mundat-^    ^o. of „aduated from Abilene ■ed huKe areas o    ,AbUene. and George Kaerwer.i.Sl ^.d ¿gan w^ in a icaused mdhons of dollars of dam.    «wner    and    former    ®    * of I). A. Thani and Kirpalani. UT Students Debate U. S. Test Program Rv ROB ROOKER AUSTIN AP —More than inO High ants said thousands of workers testing Saturday ,    ,    7    7    macnine    snop    owner    and    rormer    meat    market    In    tqi4    ho    nn»»nt»d    ^ T,-    H'K»’    School    teacher,    Ws    bu™ess    and    mZs    expand    Two    groups    of    students,    ihe    uni and score« Paralysis made it impossible to assess the Russell Day. Retired building cofv He lives at 687 Westview His    ^^mage from a night and day for peaceful alternates onlAs"^ I.O.NDON i.\Pt— Moscow radio ^^11 sco|ie of the disaster imme- tractor J. Gordon Alexand« has two children are Robert 25 and    noting, plunder and ar.son was turned out about 12h demon.stra- isixi the Saturday ivight Mrs. Nikita    bled    his    candidacy    for    the    post    Ray,    19.    ’    *    e.'^limated    at $11 million.    tors carrying sign.s and pa.«!.«ing —    .    V,»..,    Mnie.    eiiii    Reports    from out.side George- handbills on the Main Street of villages isolated. Kaerwer and Gooch    are running    ed his opc'ratrons to mdudVmeat    Program    are    e.xpected    versity chapter of Young .Vmeri- of communications for the place being    vacated by    packing    return to their    job.«    ¡'‘londay.    ^ans for Freedom and the .Austin He lives at 687 Westview His    ^^mage from a    night    and day    for peaceful alternates group. .New gale-force wind.« of 70 also. Kaerwer .said he was .    ^    ^    .    ..ectjon “in the interest ».    .    . area while hundreds of iso- Ray Grisham recently resigned, citv covernment »nH    'stroyed    .    ^    ^    .    ,    , .x  u. u..    ..    ec.    .    govcrumcnt    and    because I headquarters of .lagan’s Progrès- roonitorcxi by city police, lasted said among buildings de-^*^^ front of the» capitol. was Freedom House. The demonstrvTtion.« c 1 0 s e I y announced after the meeting that A four-man screening commit- the four began consicieration of tee seeking a new president for ^*5 recommendations Saturday' Hardin-Simmons    University trim-decided to    seek med the Hst of    men under •id«r Hot h t    n.Jh' H    Clostxi a y w birds in a    recommendations,”    I    Khrushchev will a dis-    *"    Kaerwer    .said    he was seeking m«tin* her, Saturday.    u,    Klwin Skilos, minister of First armament appeal Sunday to theü’ P *’- [»ported in the Ham- Pla« 2 the post from which election "in the interest of better Wayne Evans    of Fort Worth. Baptist Church tw'rc    and mcm. y._„    burg area while hundreds of iso- Ray Grisham recently resigned, city government and beca chairman of the committee and ber of the committt'c. said “The    .‘\mmca.    families    .«ought refuge on is being sought by John S. Trea- feel it is mv resDonsihilitv ne    •    ^    . business meager of Sc,ufhwest- right man for this job may not    announcement    said    the    wife    their roofs in pouring rain, await, nor. machinery- company owner, said he would mak^ a more cnm-i"‘"^    antcmg    .iuden^ ^^*i^ii^3'’y.,have been recommendcnl yet ’’ »of the Soviet premier, will .speak ing rescue.    The    election    is scheduled for-píete statement when he formally 1    ^‘*y    tense    as    ^ Other rnembcTs of the panel are ¡n English over Moscow radio on “We are still in the middle of April 3 Deadline for filing is 5 files at the city hall Monday. ««w»»*»*« nrnriHivi ..nAJiiimo Mime l)r. D. M Wiggms. chairman of 3j. 41-meter bands at disaster,” Hamburg Depu- P-^-^l^rch 2, fhc commufce of CCl.,.. ..    ,y Mayor Edgar Engelhard,    .-''■v,,    .here,    af.ended;,-,-    began    demonstraUons    w.ih, “For freedom with “Neither red nor dead,” A second meeting of the group and 3.15 pm., the radio added Hamburg left mosí of the city »n -    DCCO    a v/co A/-r ^ IthmdTned''^^^^^ Tverth™    The    opfxxsing    Young    Americans It quoted part of her speech as darkness, and also cripped hun- I *r,y UALLUN^ Ur DCCR AVcRAGE    ‘called for British troops to help for Freedom group then began _pre.serve order.    marchins:    with    other    signs I’ead up to the DanL«h border, were dependent on light from Hamburg. Candles became t X |.^fi V X/»» pi    VvJO    yjn    IIH’    %m»w    ; at the April 14 meetuig of Hardin- bors,” University board of The Soviet news WEATHER iliiC" rAVVUllVT- LU|IUlllllV~r UÏ izens .National Bank in Lubbock, ?    a.m.. soldiers prodded snvnking rums, e.xpcvting to find more btxlies. I The event began when the Aus-The di.sorters came .n fhc wake f'"    ahernativcx    group A native of FI Paso, he attend-: , ,    -      „    ed    high school there, attended 7^ m Lubbock,"We do not know what will come    *1^    request of many Mexico A&M College tauehu ------  —    rivartirnt . and Roland House, San Antonio T*roe. The talk will be rebroad-••    friends    who    have    asked    me to    ’    ^ud    was    fomented    by big ng U.S. Drpx»TMr;\T oi lu^MRRir .[alloroey.    ¡cast    at    U:15    a    m.,    and    at    2!l5    Un«.    .    announce    for    this    position    in the.See POLITICS. Pg. 2-A, Col. 7 ness .lagan, an acknowle<iged ---------— .Marxist, feared his    .....    ann WEXTHKR arRKxi --------- ■    .....    Destruction    of    power lines in (Wrathrr Map. Pagr «.%) Aim.K.NE AND VICINITY «Radiu» Mi ^ calltxi when more detail- '-«"s-rv >'-* ■"formation conccramg the    „¡,    ,    „ Partly Ck.udy and «»oonuad row men considered for the post is    u»    »um    miMu    utnuu.x, lltfh Sunday. 5S U> «6. low Sun 25 to 30, high Monday near 60 Monda.v. H day nicht .NORTH CKNTRAl. TFXA.S cloudy and coolci Sunday Generally fair ^    ^ Sunday ntght and Monday Colder Sun reiXirt CD progre* of tlw day nl«ht UtUe warmer Monday Sunday S5 -63. NORTHWEST TEXAS Clear to SimiDunS partly ctoutly Sunday and Monday Cool , *r Sunday and in southeast portion Sun trustees, day Right Warmer Monday High Sun day 42 north M south    Fvans SOI-TIIWE.ST TEXAS ■along with other weapons, m the which Texans Had a Wet Year; Taylor Leaves Dry List rrtiy north 70 south cloudy to tioudy Tf MI-y Kxrt RES I no 2:00 3    (W 4    00 5    no 6    00 7:00 H.Ort 9    un 10    00 11    in 12    00 Kal Ml a.m. «7 54 ...... 52 ...... 49 ..... .52    ... 52 _____ Si _____ 54 .    .. S7 . 41 ______ M ...... 4.5 High and 9 m to and 41 High and low tame date last year •nd 14 Sunset last night 6 24, aunri«« day 7 l»i »unset lonigh:    4    27. Barometer reading at 9 p.m 27 92. Humidity at f p.m 24 per cent received. Ev.trs said. I’artiy F»anel members will present a deepi*st p:irt of the ocean and live .s€*arch without weapons as good neigh- la precious item, TTie city of Stade. halfway lie- .    .    twt'en    Hamburg and the open sea .anntmiK-etl meanwhile    that t om-    w    .„.vL.          ^ {hedTfitmist RcMTiania has acceptetl , .    V    ,    Control    Board    c    o    11 e c t e djfor confiscated .sale.s, Khrushchev’s proposal fw an 11^*    for    the    state    txiard K»|C.'.v.'ri-commcndalion.. for th<-po-nation summit mceling m dis-    oommunication j.silion.    adding emphasis to Dr. armameni next mimth    at Geneva, „    „hal    the dama-4e pm bkiles    .stateiTK'nt that final choice, Diplomatic scmrces    in Mascow^j^,|pp “frtvdom through nuclear AUSTIN , Tbe Defense Ministry in IxMidon announced the dispatch of "trongth ’ and “pacifism n>eans !h rifle compan> and ambulant e surrendm-what price life'’” unit, a total of about 131 men f'olice quickly arrived and‘ were to join thrw* sta.veil with btifh groups but re- (AP)-The Slate license fee« and ».55.IC7 .-„„„.(ed »'* «'‘'«i'-'-""'-'nlread> sen, foiled no incidents. said memlK'rs of gfld orkler Sundity .nd    ßl«^    »'<’ Mond.y partly cloudy to Sunday reached even    ,ag,_    repon    5,    ,5^    of'conliæiUKl liq .«ays.    uors The annual report, released Fri-!pints 01 of grt w as oniotikers for .^resident of the college »iU|View'ed Indian Prime Minister "r'h'e "storm knocked Incomidives    «»    average    per and 311,741 l2A*ince bottles    ‘    l'>lli«'tif    «•<•    marcher-    and    tour- rt^»* Kan    *Uaa    1C    «.M    *A.7.4_____^    c.. ^ ■ a    .    A.    d______. _    Cl    1ITI tV    J>f    Kawxr*    liat    iJL    d    Kguafo    ^ from England ;ind Jamaica.    ^^cn    the    marching    demonstra- , ^    .    A    biitta'ion    i»t    500 mt*n was or-    student    from    both reported having    to    ,tand    by    in England for ptesible airlift to Briti>;h Guiana Three more Bnti7n fngale.s were due to loin the fngater; Trou-    qin'-.    .> this, 12,8.11 were half liquor, 8.108 fifths of :atlieretl at the capi’ol and .started an open-air debate. The number of inniple partici- Reiff. H..SP presi-mil plans. Nehru's decision, an-Hamburg Tnd The“‘to7rw7re,»''®'';luor Control Act were    spf    .aker" A hospitalized fol-    Thiir<rtav    ic s.vrvue^tttH t/x ...    .    ‘    Hge    consumplion    of    d    I    s    1111 e dirtnrmo ihes V oQ,. Thx, I ..KK«v,.D Hi.- hou and.. r clerk.s ami low for 24-hour* rnding not be limited lo the 15 now uD-tNehru« refusal to go lo fieneva. off their tracks like to> engines ! Tr KvLT*'- "       “    rebuff    to    Khrushchev's    sum-iap^    ^    ¡.„g,    belwe.'n ;dent who is now hospitaliied fol- „ounced Thursday, is expected to completely under water IhT'r.lZaZ^r'lm ih“"TiiZ»»^Ith officiaLs In Hamburg . Xctico iulTl    f“>«'f”tof    other    neutralists.    s,„pd ,,y to inoculate Ihousand.s „! Members of fhe scr,.ening com-i    Kri“"««-'    against t>phu.s. mittce were jointxl for lunch Sat-urday by thnx’ .\bilene men who con.sumjHKHi of bct*r at 14 9 gal-¡of bíH*r. bns. which brought m $19.8 mil-1 ^ines for violauons of tlie ^    ist.^i    a the r-ipitoi j«im*d the de- Ihe tilood.sheq erupttxl trom a b,-,te and bc^gan iiuc‘>tioning stu- age consumption spirit.« was .975 galltMi .See H-bl . f*g. 2-A, i’ol. 7 ac'cepted the Soviet pnH»sal—but Uw-lying Holland, with it-hun only on condition that tlw big dreds of miles (rf dikes and re jxywer heads of government agree tiaimiHl land, luckilv e.scaoe«! the ^ .during the year. The Lubbock disvrTusnrand't.u-in^ss^ whichjjrtct led the other 18 of the    stale    nrote.stimi    the    covernment'--    stx.ikirs^    on    the yielded $154 million. Vtine tax;„iih $!19 MS, followed by Ihe Uing.',-.« million austomv Zfe.ri'"*’    qu''«oners eollection, totaled $13 mUlion ew d. -trie, wuh $75.^0 and .he    iC    T incZ.Tl       " while th.    mall liquor tax    totaled ..vbilene district with $isi.395.    lx,w    „„„„r, duties    and    imome taxes $216.041.    ■“ *•--    * *    ‘----'• to go to Geneva. (major fury of the stoim in the slate w.i.s the K.iii .Vngclo and instituted an excess profit.s report shows 9 3 million district colkx-ting $4 342    lax aiul a compulsi»ry nuv mgs pro- galk>n.5 itf di.stiil«! spiriLs con- The board s«4zed 85 illicit stills gram-^ all of which hiketl prices The HELD IN CUSTODY r Girl Friend of Military Attache Being Questioned By PETER GRDSE    fmumque from the Uongoles«* Se ¡in the house of friends ever since LEOPOLDVILLE, the Congo curity Office, “will in.sure that due!death of Stogner a married I'™''“    r;'    '■    -man    and lather «I six, frinn El Hulen D, Stogner, slam assistant .An I S emoassy chauffeur and ^ U.S. military attache, was taken ■ Stogner's huusclKiy al.Mi have fjcen' to .Makala prison Saturday to taken into cu.Ntixiy by iwlice for* A graduate of Western High await further questioning about qiucstionuig Both tire ¡SchiKil in Washington, DC., the the killing. A communique said While the investigation is in the shy and pt'tite blonde came to ■he IB in protective custmiy, haruts of Congoles** authorities, two lA'ofiuldvüle la:.t .August, shoitly Miss Elizabeth Thring, 21, U S. military Criminal Inve.stiga-iatter Stogner was made an at-Ington, DC., told Congolese in- tion Division men arrive*l from tache at the emba.ssy vestigalors she was alone with I Germany to assist in the inquiry,; G. Mc.Murtne Gmiley, charge Stogner in a bedroom at lus home a U.S Emba.ssy spokesman said, ¡d’affaireíi, said .slie told him she when a bullet crashetf through ai The sj> .aid it wa.s nor-»was sitting in Stogner's bedroom window and killed him Weilnesilay mal practice in any crime involv-jas he was lying on the f>ed read-Hight.    ing U S military ¡M*r.soiíiiel for ¡iig There was no one els** in Ifw Congolese officials refused to * government in vestigalors to a.x-j house Bay Miss Thrmg was under ar-|,    !    Tfie    emtiassy    said    tfie    shot that rest, saying no charges had been 'I'he einfui.vsy refu.setl to elab- killeti .Stogner api»arenli.v was filed against her They said con-júrale on th** communique reptirt-,firixl from directly outside the finement implied a clos<* connec-jing Miss Thnng’s lieteiition, ¡She window. Theie was a hole in the lion with further mquirie.-». Her i.s ht*ing held in the women’s wing window pane and offi- detention was oitlere<l by a Congo of the lA*of>oldviUe prison and has court.    I    retained    a    lawyer,    the    rommuii- “The placing of Miss 'fliring injique said, protective custody." said a corn-' Miss Thrmg had been staying cials said there was no evi<lence to suggest a shut at point blank range or a sfKit fireti from insule the room. a; Ion-; - vou'.e alivt >oti ciu: .0 !e:i'5t f.iii' • \Vh:‘i vou re advoi-at^na =.s giving up '■ sumed. 57 million gallon.« of wme.idurmg the year Harn.son County Vmid demonstrators *ries for h ive'VrulllU^bmib'now u> h'ow 143 million gallons of lieer amt 1.3,led tlw* slate with 39 dills fol-,Jagan s re.signation. he ch,irgt*d ^    bomb*,    now million gallons of malt liquor. |lowe*l by Tilus County with eight, big business was b**hind a plot to See .STI |»K.\Ts. |»g. »-A. t ol. t The re(K>rt showeti for the " ^    ------- ----------------—— - -.......... first time T«i>lor County under the “wet ” counties this sear because Impact c<Mnmunity. near .\bilene, voted    tor    legid .sale in tfie dry coumy »No alcoholic beverages are on .sale in Impact yet because of legal move.« awaiting court action ‘ Total ”wet” cxmntics totaltnl 110 ‘ompiired to 125 "dry cxHinties BALLlNtiFR RN.St ■— Mel .Attorney O. L, l*arisii Jr Satur- Imxti a d’ » - j.ii-.i a umI .ind two ccHinties. Lifterty and Eugene Bo^.i^e N**ver«‘l> day and the cfk*rge won lile*l in de.iU’i ■!-i    i    > .i>Nuibu- lam«*s4one, whi**h iA‘nnit sale of «    $.u    r    u    .x    .    i, •    .    $_•    i    to* ■■ f--'    4-    ■    <    *!v4; ihc >erv- lA .xxx- . »♦    r,«    c «»    oealen m the robh«*r, of hi.« -crv the court *8 Peace Judice Earl    ‘    ‘ 14 j>er cent bevtH’ages St*vent«vn    ■    ¡o    ‘i..-au'-«    .n    “oi counties s4»ll only 4 jMT cent beer station h**re eight dav ago. tope    m    .i: txt s.i !<!,» Mi Mi.i.m In addition to the $:i8 7 million died at 4 15 p m .Saturday in Bal- The Runnels County dtenff >a;d ¡h.h*    iij,.,. j I'lii* .out wii-, a in taxes, the board reportixl $l 8 [,ngtT Clinic Hospital.    the ch. ifjes ji> tw*» (kbiT men ;nendn'f .uu! eia»-! ol tiie First Beaten Ballinger Man Dies; Charge Changed to Murder million wiUecte*! on peiniit.« and ||e wa;: 74 yeam old on Feb lo charged with tx'ing an ac*CNMir> P'e-c^'eit.n i huf' NEWS INDEX < Al* Wiir*íhoío» PI N( Tl RED HINIMiW , . • where bullet entered SiCTION A Obituorie« S 0»! n«wt • • « . 11 SICTION B Brtdf« - • . • 4 Amwt«m«nH 4. 5 Dy«i« Pu Pag« . . • ••••• « Book iiowi . . 7 Editortoli • • • . 8 SICTION C Womon'f now* 1-12 SECTION D Sgortt . , * • « % a 1-4 CkurcK now» , , . 9 TV S«ouf . , . . . 9 Rodte-TV logi . . . . 9 Form iMwt . . • . . . 0 0 • • , ..10 the day aftei he wa.*« siiuik two to the rot»“-i'iy w»uid probat<iv blows on the head with a dt**l tn chaiigttl but that no t.c ihamnwr during the $3»xi roblR'iy rnal change.s has f>t*en made .’vit I Mr. Bogaess had b*s*n in enti urday FiifU'i.i w. . Mltllli.lV ifl fils ( t:ai ' h I* 1' h tlie K» v ÍM'li p.i.'-híí oit vi.s cal conditimi and uiu-on?wious    Fred Cava/o.-; 51. and Martai In ih** Rev i .at*, since sfuH'tiy after the a^.-auit .Marluiez 21 b*Xh    of Ballinger    ^si-vtor    ot ttu    t HotilMTV by a.-^i^ault eharges were lA'Uig hcki on    the acces.Norv    Uluitch    Bui ixn    " i were changed to murder with ina- chargeA and D IL-io i avazo- 2l,    green t » lu - r    .. lice against Incarnacion The al.wi ol Ballinget vaun fonuaJiy    of \ev.f.x }.    .¡- 1-ui Hawk 1 o|)*‘z. 28 >ear-old ex con- charge«! with tKt^ .e-sn»n of man Mi fiofa-t '- . vict who was arre.stetl WtHln«*.sday juana .ittei being arre-ted .if    wit«* ttoee    mhin wil night near fgibbock b> Runnels a>«‘ct m the a.s.aul! He hu--    B.dljngt-i •    ><i-    R    ol Count) Ik'puty Sheriff K.skell Pow- been cleared of vUiy jcof in Ifie ell and other lawmen He is being actual tH*atine. the shenft 'au! held in Runnels C ounty JaiJ ht*re Hogge-.s, who rnt.vval to Runnel.N H.dlicgei, Mi-, Eh-.inor l^ive of in lieu of $lü.Uon fxrnd    touiity    fitMii Hempstead in 1922. Pori Ai-tuur oitf M’- Fred Ban Sheriff Don Alkms %igne<1 the was fxnn Feb to    1888 ai -Mi    mac <»f    H'JUjtoii, and aeven graöd- .munler complaint betöre County derson in Grimes county. He bad    childien. ti at 10 .1 m. |*re-.hy‘c: all Fre<f ». jf .p- :h. rUiinpHin, I Mi-i'-HiiSt Ia* in h ver* u*.- ■■ueclion ■sal H»»0;e ;ved bv his Oil E of \rlingt»in, tiid    h*!»i.>n    4JÍ    H    Urihî’Jîi I a Hired «Idem    Mm    .1    h    D.oiswurth of ;