Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - January 9, 1946, Ada, Oklahoma
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THE ADA EVENING NEWS
BUY MORE WAR BONDS
Lei Us Have Our Hen, Is Gentry's Plea
Crime Wave Here, Some C. OZ* Delay Letting Form* er Officers Out of Army
TULSA. Okla., Jan. 9.—(.P>— State Safety Commissioner J. M. Gentry today asserted delay in release of former law enforcement officers from the armed forces was responsible for the ‘ unprecedented crime wave now sweeping the nation and the bioodv epidemic of traffic accidents.
Release cf Oklahoma highway patrolmen who entered military service in World War Two is coming ‘ at a snail’s pace,” Gentry said in a speech prepared for . delivery at the annual convention of the Oklahoma sheriffs and peace officers association.
• There is no doubt in our mind that some commanding officers have made and are still making every effort to unnecessarily hold men in the service merely to prolong their fancy military pay and their cocktail parties,” he declared.
Condition Is Widespread
‘ Every law enforcement agency of any size in the nation had its ranks virtually depleted by military manpower demands. A majority of the men thus called comprised the cream of the agency s talent.”
Letters from Oklahoma troopers in the armed forces indicate much of this manpower was wasted, he said.
These letters form testimony that our troopers were helping to win the war by serving as bar-
GI « Protest1 in Manila Demonstration
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announcement to slow down their'demobai^tTon.-(NEA Photo"“assigns"
Government Officials Split
Over Increase in Steel Price
Delegation Heals Breach
Byrnes Reassures Vandenberg on Atomic Energy Policy as UNO Meeting Looms
BJ JOHN M. HIGHTOWER
LONDON, Jan., 9,
a^fmM_pr^stat?on^of^LJrouncm»nt^?f?rti«Sf^it™ *un°-R5*Ae^"ear ‘he,City Hall in Manila in
breach in the United States dele- association of communication Ration over safeguards for atomic workers (Ind.) who install West-energy .secrets was sealed today **rn Electric company equipment
Phone Installation Workers Begin Leaving Jobs Over U. S.
May Develop Into Countrywide Telephone Shutdown By Fndoy et Second Group of W E Worker. Gee* on Strike
NEW YORK, Jan., 9, UP*—Tele-1 The walkout was scheduled to phone installation workers in start at lhOO a m hn?
ration lift The!? inh^T’ °f ,hej WOrkers jumped ,he *un »nd quit nation loft their jobs this morn-. several hours earlier
^ydevlloS^mcountr°y wide in^MoMnZSTalS ‘new Hundreds of members o^e ^n Sched“'«* ** ‘hi* -fur-
LD Service May Suffer
For the present the strike will previously set by OPA
Industry Is Facing Strike
Snyder and Callat for $4 Ton Raise, Bowles Opposes Moro Then $2.50
Bv MARVIN L. ARROWSMITH
WASHINGTON. Jan 9._upl!!!
A steel price increase of about $4 a ton—$150 more than the limit
pold Hold-Up In Ada Store
Unmasked Bandit Robs M fir P Grocery, Forcing Manager to Fut Money Into Sack
Officers here are looking for a ji" late Tuesday afternoon
tenders in officer s clubs, play-1 boldly robbed the M&P Grocery
ti;ams‘ assigned 231 West Twelfth, and fled in an
to made-work tasks and other automobile
Diapers On Their Way
Ada Woman Give Enough Material for 1,464 Of Thom for Destitute Peoples
Kindly people here responded generously and quickly to an appeal the other d«.y for cotton materials to be used in making diaphers for the use of babies
More Rain In Stale Likely
Ado Gets .56 of Inch, Temperature Hare Stays Above Freezing Level
Bf The A aporia ted Proas
Ada hid sn • u « • whatever control plan was devis-
Aaa had .56 of an inch of rain, ed by the UNO.
Byrnes issued a statement on
at a conference on the eve of the for the Bell Telephones vs to rn ‘nt®r^re with telephone ser-! under consideration by
opening of th United Nations or- quite their jobs in a dispute over V1Ce‘ .Hc?wever- if other workers thVgovernment today, ganization assembly. I wages. The union claims a mem- . lnstaIlation employes’ hl,V ? ,n. ? pos,t,on to know
Secretary of State Byrnes con- ! beyship of 8,000 (Cq) in 42 states * SI * sj mos^ long dis*ance co“id not be identify
ferred two hours with the Ameri-1 It was the second strike against u Jfe_* a other operations said they understood re.
can delegates this morning and Western Electric, 17,000 employes h^v manually will stop Fri- I Snyder *anrt John w.
said later that so far as he knew, I in its manufacturing branch hav-! ni*l til, titrator Jnh Admin-
his view of the safe guards was mg quit last Thursday in a wace u Dial telephone service will not ^ u Collet had de-
en ti rely acceptable to all. I controversy.
s a> in a uag0;be affected until breaks occur.Until? r.h<'.hli;h0r orice should be
Senator Vandenberg (R-Mich.), I Picketing Starts Friday T ,e w,n ** no one to repair the pr™ed: desp,t* sharp protest bv a leader of the critics, said he had *. sriday | breaks and union spokesman hat** LriC0 Administrator ~
been completely reassured upon
two points which he had consid
er h e s t e r
ered of paramount importance: That adequate security arrangements would precede disclosures concerning atomic matters and that “any plan recommended by the atomic commission must receive congressional approval in the United States.”
Four Agree on Plan
j .J ...” breaks and union spokesmen have L
hut i j j at once* estimated that dial service will s*
pOIi eadeJ:8 **,d 11 would bog down in a week or IO days strrl industrv. facing a
bCR,.nFr,d?>- and that once pick- after the picket lines are form "ext Monday, ha., bUn
ed. 1 holding out for an increase of $7
The strike became a certainty Lfw*f?.aK*ond*tion to resuming
« 5«Such ?f the’ffio'" feel" Worton*
rJi.V,rS">lly, Shut down the J R Mandlebaum American Telephone system. J company.
ets were thrown around the ex changes, they had assurance that other telephone workers would
jorSwhielfTi?iS fr°m the,?u7,?°s* f Thj ™an> unmasked, coolly en- Bour sacks* and‘such like enough for which they were called,” he j forced his demand for cash at the I for 1,464 diapers. OUgh
Training Not Used
point of a gun, refusing to allow I Mw. N. P. Brown, chairman
‘Everv nnP nf ♦---- I k j j ?e put mto tbe ^ck he and two other women got busy
an expert to LnHHrf^°perS ^'as JSTded.the onager and also; and cut the materials into the
vehicfp I ? 55 a motor telhn« him not to put any silver I Proper size and shape folded
xenic ie, an expert with arms, an money in, either . them packaged ihl™ Idiaea
An announcement here brought rn diaper material, old sheets,
cal SS -a chemi-! Some information is available. Per Relief.
U. nrU uit Ji’- flrJx aid* rescue Part of the car tag number of the ^ disasters, appre- bandit’s car was 117 and it was on ♦ criminals—yet out of a Texas license; the car was I approximately 150 men who left Mercury or Nash sedan dark in ^ ° ^in the service, little more color and it is believed*the man than IO per cent ever were as- fled in company with a irirl
SEEL** ,asks bef,ttinR theirl M»de tTemand C<»11t
4! According to Lester Lanier
Sfd'tfv?0? of‘he j M&p meager, the man had Ii u ^?ac^ f° )°bs where been in the store two or three
biff,rn!? :?rf.y.."!e<?d if ju,st as dur,nK the day.
When he came in for the holdup he strolled into the counter enclosure, pistol in hand, handed
Six church groups aided in the donations here.
Mrs. Brown asks that others thavi”5 material turn it to me Ola clothes drive now in progress to furnish clothing for destitute peoples.
difficult as it was for the brass hats to find something worthwhile for them to do while the
war was in progress.
Traffic Law Fnfnrr»m»m* v ! !he ca*shiuF a saclc and to^d ber braille Law tnrorcement Needed to put the money in the cash
.Crazy vehicle drivers and 1 register into the sick
r*i?f -b .!d(is hav,‘.be('n quick to She was frightened and didn’t
comply but Lanier, who had been
Wes 'O' Ship
Loaf Word Wet She'd Torpedoed
ni°ht °f li falIin* early Tuesday ^he temperature varied from
the atomic energy controversy 46 dpffroAc’iA •>!’' “'»*•. within the American delegation
d ?re.es f° 34 which was, to shortly after holding a two-hour
the satisfaction of most residents session with the delegates and
of this area, still above the freez mg point that would have made trouble for drivers and pedestri-a,?» the moisture had frozen.
More than an inch fell at McAlester and nearly an inch at Ponca City overnight. Precipitation at the Oklahoma City air-
more than a« inch.
Other rainfall reports included Ardmore .38 of an inch, Enid .39, Tulsa .24.
Today s weekly crop and weather ^ report said livestock was growing thinner in the western part of the state because of a lack of feed. In the eastern sec-t,on where drought-breaking rain
said that, so far as he knew', his view on the safeguards was entirely acceptable to all of them. Immediately afterward Senator
Delaney New (-( President
Directors Elect Mac Roberts and Witharspoan As Vice Presidents
w. A. (GUS)
Mandlebaum and union and j “tfcanwhil/2 ? dav wage boost, anv. anwhile. telephone equip
ment workers started
Strike Moves Into Oklahoma
No Disruption of 'Fhona Service Likely Uniats Picket Linos Farmed
aeainst the Western Electric company, threatening a complete tie-up or the nation’s communications systems.
No Pickets Just Now
At first, however, the association of communications equin-™;nt rakers (independent* did not establish pickets.
father telephone unions have said they would not eross picket lines. Officials said that while no firm decision had been reached on the amount of a steel price increase, they expected one * at almost any time now.”
Bowles is reported to have
Bvrnco’^fjf a critic of Wednesday was elected president '*P>—Nearly *200 Western^^iectric *aJf-en 1 bo stand in steel conver-
^‘cenergy policy upjof the Chamber of Commerce. | Worker, on ?hat° Pr^?fnt
replacing Charles Thompson. He strike today as a wane dispute $2.50 a ton is the maximum
was elected at a meeting called which began in the east spread v^hin^h fr eon Id be allowed for members of the board of di- over the nation * m ^ framework of the ad-
rectors of the organization. Officials of the Independent oKfSLI Dollcy'
George MaoRoberts was elect- AssociaUon of Communications OPA .
ed second vice president. Wen-1 Equipment Workers said the men make — un»vi ling to
to this point, issued a statement saying he now was “completely reassured.”
UNO Assembly Meets Thursday
Thus harmony was restored to the American delegation on the eve of tomorrows historic first session of the United Nations as-sembly at Central Hall.
The controversy over atomic energy revolved around a proposal by the Big Three powers
dcUThom*. ^re-elected Uea-1 Report Yorwork itgg
Returning to the office as sec- ! Stroud, Cromwell. * Holdenville.' announcemen^mav^ mad retary or manager of the Cham-! Norman and Lawton. I ,by
ber of Commerce wras Kenison
♦ h0l,wv,0r s5yder* or perbaos by
has fallen most of the i K ljy me Dig inree powers
wet enough for winter plowing I FrenchaIso* Alad Each of the officers was elect- te^epbone buildings and no dis-1 ment today on rennrt*-----
seeding of oats and other smaii! ut™? S™?*** *uPP«rt. that [ cd bv acclamation. motion of trWhnn- reports of the con-
Elmerj B,ut1n1° picket lines were im-1 the White Houa#»’
mpdiately established around- declined com-
take advantage of our plight,
anding wi.^dead ^ -* oack to the WASHINGTON. Jan. 9.-<*._
l°.hah th* *P.t«d of money. *Ctod Ret the, aP~arfd wrthoot a trace 300
- DfHCdU OI 11 nj* a try. , ';i ~ i % ai av.gr OUU
recess driving was through This he did, the bandit turning IQM ^ Norfolk in March,
**ni i u rcen?ent °f traffic laws, down checks and silver and tak> ac a’ ‘5v? a shakedown
He. 5f.h0ma haS t0° ninny conn-ling only billsExactam?u0t of I ’ Shlp*
ties where county attnmnvc th^ u “ ?. ,uupi 01 “O” jshmc
Dream of Nyknj, Seardi far Rayons
--------------- Jn,Pt'on telephone service was tem plated tnrr#*a«»
Witherspoon and MacRoberts . until such lines were Press Secretary1 Charlet
.» |. , ----’•••'S. MMppvi I IACI!
the United1 Nations should create. „liU i,Idvnuwils
energy consols0 WOrk °Ut at°miC 1 Were- rccently to the I for^d-
Vandenberg had assailed what
board of directors Ynd^akTng‘on D CL ,^!cCowan. president of fh^e w.iuU^be anUanm>u^m^nt
he privately cal'leH tVr"""V4 I^°re rtsP?nsibility as officers of1 ^ Southwestern Telephone today. In response to newton
nw prnaieiy called the vague lan- the organization. I Workers unm« in I » J 1 Tf* news ron-
countv i^aOUn^y vttorneya and the1Ippt had not been figured out *hiPs are camouflaged
countv judges decline to assert early^today. , [merchant vessels which appear to
ria«i«°r0USj aU,tude toward the Got in car and fled S0 easy prey submarine attack
“Un^e« h erC* asserted- Ne walked out so casually that i ?? actualIy carry heavy arma-j a driycr is convicted others about the stere did r»nt mtnL
tPa meni of public safety notice anything amiss and the' *n its.ann°uncement today the
POW CS? 10 take away iaoRor, sweeping near the door navy said the Carolyn had been
Ie J*Ji5dlfifSOnSu?rivW Priv-I obligingly held it o^n for the C°nV6rtSd ^ ^ar duty and ii .(he public continues 1 supposed customer rei3^med the CSS Atik.
res^’threatened by hls careless- ] The bandit hurried around the A^?reVay? out of Norfolk, the I rax?P* ‘ .
__. corner of the building. Lanier ^ ^ *?dloed on March 26, 1942 *«Many a woman who scorned
W. E. INSTALLATION? \irv shouted to an employe near the 1 xvas afire, but not seii* xv ai time hose a few month
STRIKE IV prvw nri lSiB* back fnr to get a car tae num ou?y* Two minutes later a sec- 5? because nylons were in the
MKIKE IN PENN., DELAW ARE ber. Lanier Jailed the ?nd Tessa*e ^ she had bSn ntow « traipsing from
PHILADELPHIA, Jan. 9—'.P> ^bile the bandit was seen to get l?,IJedoed and squired assist-1f^air of g^d^d^yons^a*”*
i 1/riAAO AM J ^11 'At *
gauge of the proposal as endang ering American atom secrets. Byrnes had contended all along kl 1 aj a . tbe United States would
Nylons Not Arrived, Rayon *?ever bave to give out any
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Hot# About Sold Out
NEW YORK, Jan. 9.—''AN—The dream of nylons has turned into the search for rayons—for retail stores have almost no hosiery of anv kind to sell.
Nylons have not arrived, and rayons are practically gone.
About 500 Western Electric in- lnt? ? car Parked on Stockton an£f
That w'a^ lh* lac* a knees and all, without success.
- he last uord ever Manufacturers say the rayon supply will not improve.
Flood Waters Rage In Parts of South
union in ok1 , ' — •—n-jnse to news con-
K.MM. Texas^ MisSouii and Ar-' ^7dTo^dQ.,!^il,Uh0.n,• Ro“ “id h'
,hr s^tb- mpnt °onc*rmnV'th"yrtce"°iitu»-te!ePh°n^ manager I lion would be made.
Account For 21 Dootks, Laove Tkousondt Homeless
By The AoMrlatrB l'r^j>a
in Oklahoma union members will not cross picket lines “if estab
TJ‘‘ new- telephone workers
• u j a p, Kei I,nos estab- strike started before th* ■.shed _,t tel*phone buildings ” I u.ed hn’uVof H x m Th*
O. E. Muselmann of Tulsa. J is
formation it did not w*ant to.
No Big Three Misunderstanding
Byrnes began his statement to-. ay W1r a reference to reports in the London morning newspapers that he (ha4 conferred with f oreign Minister Ernest Bevin on
atomic energy last night. I _ "r Aaaoru«»e iard-»a I * T**- nresident of th* cur* ”uT’
Byrnes said that in the 90 Flood waters raging at the A species of honey - making Workers ar’ I Mb f V!
tJrlthl^* '*'els ever recorded rn “J'™* m Mexico and ti* prelident of tile CIO Uldtrt’Elec:
trical Workers, resumed strategy
Oklahoma chairman of .he uniom We^ern E ^fe FmZvA W* also an independent, said work-1 m>„,„ .i,”inS™H.n, era would honor picket lines ™ an mdeoen lent
Western Fleetrie . ,, , p, ‘ 10 waders summon, d
equipment. " iMt81''i SS?JV , CIO Pr«ide„« Phihp
; Murray, including R, J Thomas.
minutes or more he spent nill|l - ________ ____... _______
Bevin last night the subject of 501110 S0ctl°ns of the south have south*rn part of Texas u°l!!!!Len0rgy dld not come pP ?FOUg^1 dealh to. at least 21 per
a mohair goat
ii. • vw.aatr u|j., _ - - —i— —’ -* • - * k'a - F. A. Pierce of Humboldt coun- conferences this morning
He also reported that he had not'sons’ caused multi-million dollar, tv. Calif., raised a mob-* - —* ♦*■»»- —** — S
discussed it with Foreign Com-! property damage, and left thous- with hair five feet long missar V. M. Molotov since the ands b°meless. — _ *’
he1!*!*!™* makers f?redic#t u will j mong the powers on this point I P°unded the area for two days Jnonth*.b0for0 Met- was based on the views expVess ...... J ----------
stallation men struck in Pennsvl- ?Td dasb aw'a.v, turning east on ___ _____
vania and Delaware at IO arn ' *Vllrteentb past the police sta- roC€*vpd from the ship. The navy today reported President Jo- °£ , , iMld £ « believed the ship was
scph S. V an Nor! of local 72. As- I B?cause. the bandit wore no 8unk bF a U-boat, with all hands
sorption Equipment Workers nia^k; Lanier and the cashier ex- Iost* I tine a niir of ho^ V.TiifLT’'’ ^v‘ I ^Tj > itrws express-
Included were 200 in Phi'adeN ^ '° idervtify him if The number of person, lost p"e* mXr of ^aTkli^i*to^ durl!!« “» Mycow conference
Van Nor. ^ “ P'°ked up “ ■ susp«'- ™» >mmedi.t£ly available. store and asking Bit that next ft t flA nil
Mi r.—:———r^irwil1 bpnvl°^ — w-t and (10-EW
ling long distance calls will be started Friday. The union official said ho had been assured none
Sin £ i f lnf^ orator, of Bed TeJephone of Pennsylvania would cross picket lines in Phila-delphia, adding that this would *e a.] long-distance messages in and out of the city.
Big Three foreign ministers meet ! ^,The death to11 at eight in J
mg m Moscow. | Tennessee, six in Kentucky, six
Big Three” Keep Touch
Murray, Thomas and Fitzger-ald comorlse the “Big Three” in
He said that his assurance that *n Arkansas and one in Georgia, there was no misunderstanding a-1 T°*yential rains which have
Colonel Soys He Broke Up Demonstration In Yokohama, Quoted as Saying lf Men Wanted 'Lace Panties' He'd Get Them
I* the CIO’s drive for 30 per ctnt »wage increases in the steel, auto-
----- They have bei n in constant
Oklahoma- Mostly cloudy to- P0*?®"3' or, Mr phonic touch ly cloudy with rain 'V Z r ° .“’r for weeks as the south, rain or snow southeast by ' ft situation progressed, and
NEW YORK, Jan, 9. bit—Officials of the General Electric
Kanyia;? the CIO United Electrical Workers Union were
• reffUme ne8°tiations here today
continued early today, but the
weather bureau in A. anta said 1c'ou.‘!3 the worst was over. *!?’ Ursday clopdy with
K im tuck v Ti lone wa hrJrne 1in afternoon*1 nTght^no^^iuch the union h;'* made Vt clear that 5 non a. lch*nge in temperatures; low to- settlem^nts will be ef-
(Continued on page 2, col. 5
will take their cue for sabotage --Mry^at^e-rs °n demobilization plans from our future actions” after a provost marshal reported he had broken up a “hothead demonstration” of soldiers protesting a demobilization slow?-down.
Lt. Gen. Charles P. Hall, act-
Jf0apie a* soldiers in this area j get* to my called for a mass demonstration I You* tomorrow before Eighth a; my headquarters.
General Hall said the redeployment of 191,183 men from Japan
j*%aU*ated amop*? soldi- trical workers.
from the war depart” j ! for^anuar^ ^against Genera*
, |_ .u:_____1 tal?e you home. I’ll see that you I Electric The °e5.?!al
I i .you J Electric, the ^Westinghouse Elec-
Yokohama prison, j trie Corporation
OKLAHOMA CITY, Jan., 9, bf) -A group
arni vc'?i lh? °f the highth , as of Dec. 31 far overshadowed SS- thro..ch .hT?aRe to hts the 53.973 replacements received
paper star^ and cf,- y news' m th« “me period “and if this Is and Stripes. I u n e q u a I percentage continues.
I ne Japanese people watch I °4r forces in the occupied coun-with interest the first indication trie? will be left in a precarious
get them for vou JuiT Ut ooost. I lo DUIia IOW price homes for
hear you sing ‘I want to en in «ra EIectnc ha« offered a ; m0n who served in World War 2
___Lyuu rn*..1 ”anl to home IO cent increa«» fnr HarnlH Rr»nH a u.,i
lek out tw'o or ing Jess t personally take IO per ce my Yokohama j ing more
Instead uv admittin’ lia-bilitv, some folks show a neap uv “lie-abiiity ’ when thev are mixed up in a car
\ eteran Other Harp plans t pitch his pup tent on a
sheltered comer uv th’ campus when he comes t* colage this month.
of a general breakdown of morale and discipline beginning to show up in occupation troops.
‘Subversive forces quick to sense dissension in the ranks, will take their cue for sa tollage pIans from our future actions.”
Col. Charles A. Mahoney provost marshal of the U. S. army service command who said he had scattered protesting soldiers
Shipping Not Reduced
He added that there had been no reduction in the amount of shipping allocated for the transportation of troops during January and that eligible men would be redeployed according to plan.
Mahoney disclosed he told the demonstrators who met Secretary Patterson with cries of “We
again and 1 11 pick ouf two or i ing'S*, than’a’tlZ 'hi? *arn‘
s ‘zr a- *£■=-« a? j? &
Mchoncy denied telling the AMfeABiff fl«SL*a«
men, You are acting like a lot I AIII6IIS JI MKC ft
ti” lh^ arrival of Secretary of want to co home”
War Patterson, was quoted by a insult^*? ?hat You ar0
mimeographed nan^r insulting a man who was a sol-
mimeographeel paper as saying: If you want lace panties, I’ll get them for you.”
Accomplish Nothing General Halls message added:
dier before you were born.”
I told them to stop or I would take steps to break it up immediately, Mahoney said. “I ask-
p"Vgs ‘ n s messa*0 added: ed them if they were soldier. Protest mass meetings at the i Boy Scouts.” soldiers
I IME* I *1 U, *w* tai ii-
Harold Brand, a builder, heads • an. * ^^.an hour and a . 0 8rouP* Men who constructed
earn- mstallations in the European and Pacific theaters will do the work and w’ill be paid prevailing wrages.
The smallest house planned will have two bedrooms and w'ill sell for approximately $5,000.
Two tracts of land have been offered the group by fathers of two veterans. But more land is needed.
“We are going to try to take care of ourselves. If we can get
Win Raise in Pay
of G—D—babies” as slated in the, paper.
The colonel asserted that sol-! diers who gathered in front of I
the adjutant general's building ATHENS Tan a c« •«
mu^rts and hotheads”01 °f C°m‘ | PlanTemp^oyes'in^Ath^andTtl
Disagree On Patterson Visit i port, Piraeus, returned to w-ork *
The paper said the secretary t°day after reaching a compro- ^l10 materials and a place to put did not leave General MacAr- °llse w*tb tbe government in their lhem* we bav^ the skills, the man-tours sedan. demands for increased wages. • power and the determination to
Mahoney, however, said Pat- _ A communique issued by the fe\, this work Roing lmmediatc-tjrsoi, left the car and went into federation of electrical workers y*
the building where soldiers made said tbp strike would be suspend-1 qtitTuTaIW1-! "
him an “honorary GI.” «d until the return of Vice Pre-» ^ -TKli' Jan ’ 9- ^
The colonel described the dem- n'l£k" c*"——nn—-»---- - 1 ine
onstration as a “near mutiny.
mier Emmanuel Tsouderos from Ji,e ?riental language
financial talks in London and a ?5??°° a? A A M*
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