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Columbus Daily Telegram (Newspaper) - February 25, 1961, Columbus, Nebraska Number of Public hearings this week the Lincoln up Bills which could effect some changes to longstanding traditions of state government spice a heavy schedule of Public hearings during the upcoming week in the unicameral. Fifty six Bills will be aired before standing committees. Four proposals dealing with constitutional amendments calling for legislative redistricting come up before the government and military affairs committee Friday afternoon. Sens. Arnold Ruhnke Plymouth George Cordes Alliance and Fern Hubbard Orme Lincoln submitted a Bill which would base legislative districts primarily on five Southern states hard hit by storms by United pres International showers glutted Alabama Rivers to a dire emergency stage today and authorities warned of new flood danger in Mississippi and Tornado threats in three other drenched Southern states. Spillways at Martin dam on the Tail Possa River in Alabama were opened when raging Waters reached overflow level. At Milstead Al Tallapoosa floodwater washed out a Bridge Between rescuers and twisted passenger cars of the wrecked Piedmont limited. Hail thunderstorms and High winds lashed parts of Georgia South Carolina and North Carolina. The is. Weather Bureau warned of a one or two tornadoes Quot expected to Hatter a 120-mile-wide strip North and South of a line from West Central Georgia to Southeastern North Carolina. Heavy Rains accompanied twisters into Georgia and Alabama Friday. Water spilled out of creeks and streams feeding three Georgia Rivers and officials said High water along the Alabama River was approaching a dire emergency a a Alabama reported at least four injuries Friday in Tornado winds. Thousand homeless in Mississippi about 5.000 persons still were homeless and National guard troops Becan evacuating boo residents of Shubuta on Chickasaw Hay River a a your next trouble spot a a state official said Hattiesburg miss., was confronted with a sanitation problem and scattered cases of measles mumps and Chicken pox among children in evacuation shelters hut authorities said the City a Normal water Supply was expected to hold up. The red Cross distributed 14.000 disposable diapers to Young families washed out of their Homes. Evacuees returned to their Home at Bogalusa la., As Pearl River floodwater turned away from the City toward the Mississippi state line. Water covered roads at six Points in four Louisiana parishes but most Southeastern Louisiana traffic was re ported near Normal. Unseasonal Snow flurries pelted two extreme Northern Louisiana towns. Gales hit Oregon in the West gales lashed Oregon with extensive property damage but no injuries reported. Texas skies turned fair in the Plains and Panhandle and the worst of flooding caused by the weeks heavy snows was believed Over. Mixed rain and Snow were predicted today from Missouri Northeast across Ohio and through Western new England. Temperatures remained steady along most of the North Atlantic coast. New Yorkus High of 65 degrees Friday was the City a warmest of the year and equalled the previous High for the Day set in 1930. Population but with some weight also Given to area. Mandatory Changa sought another introduced by hens. Michael Russillo Omaha Marvin e. Stromer lincoli., and George Syas Omaha would authorize increasing the legislature to not less than 60 members and not More than 75. Russillo and Syas also co signed a Bill which Calls for 50 members. Another Bill introduced by Russillo Stromer and Syas would make redistricting mandatory each to years beginning in 1963. If the unicameral failed to do so the supreme court would he authorized to redistrict six months after adjournment of the legislature. Thursday the government and military affairs committee will also hear testimony on four Bills dealing with staggered four year terms for the lawmakers and election of the governor and lieutenant governor. Term Extension asked another Bill to be heard the same Day would remove the constitutional prohibition against constitutional executive officers being eligible for another state office during the period for which they have been elected or appointed. There has been considerable comment in recent years about the advisability of having a the governor and lieutenant governor run on the same ticket and for them to be elected to four year terms. The recurrent illnesses of the late gov. Ralph g. Brooks was used As an argument in favor of the chief executive and the lieutenant governor running As a team. Bill Calls for seat balts supporters of longer gubernatorial terms believe the two year term does not permit the incumbent sufficient time to draft and implement a Well a rounded Bill which will be heard by the Public health and miscellaneous subjects committee wednesday would require new automobiles sold in the state to be equipped with safety belts. As the Bill is written no new motor vehicle could be brought into the state 90 Days after the effective Date of the act unless it was equipped with factory installed safety seat belts equal in number to the passenger carrying capacity of the vehicle. Daily Telegram "7<�e voice a a tue turf. City Quot the weather colder sunday. Low tonight 25 35. High sunday 40 50. Evening except sunday Kennedy airs u. S. Defences with Russell Washington up prod Dent Kennedy today discussed the nations defences a and presumably an increase in military spending a with sen. Richard b. Russell chairman of the Senate armed services committee. The Georgia Democrat declined to Tell newsmen any details of the one hour White House meeting which also was attended by vice president Lyndon b. Johnson. All Russell would say was that the talk involved a a Good Many recommendations which Are before Kennedy including proposals made by defense Secretary Robert s. Mcnamara. Russell said these involved a plans and programs of the defense the senator would not say whether they discussed a possible increase in the $41.8 billion defense budget for fiscal 1962, which former president Eisenhower proposed before leaving office. However he declared that a i done to think it would be possible of course to increase the strength of our defences without an increase in Kennedy discussed fiscal affairs Friday with chairman Harry f. Byrd of the Senate finance committee who told him his administration experts Are overestimating government revenues. Sunday. Kennedy plans to join his wife and two children at Glen Ora their leased 400-acre estate near Middleburg a. Mrs. Kennedy three year old Caroline and infant John or. Have been there since tuesday night. Kennedy told reporters he would travel to Glen Ora about 40 Miles from the White House after attending Church. But the White House said the president had imposed a Flat ban on announcing the time and place of the mass because he a wants worship in Columbus Nebraska saturday february 25, 1961 eighty second year number 47 a Khrushchev proposes african commission x i i a i f % it r Moscow uple Premier Nikita Khrushchev today proposed creation of an All african commission to oust the United nations from the Congo and recognize the Moscow hacked regime of Antoine Eizenga. The proposal appeared in letters Khrushchev sent to chiefs of state or government in four continents in which he called Secretary general Dag Hammarskjold the a chief Assassin of Patrice Lumumba and renewed demands for the withdrawal of u. N. Forces from the Congo. He charged that the Western Powers were trying to revive the i ,4 y t go 4 s a Yii a i in a pm v Quot a 2 a a . Gets 6 hours to oust rebels St. Edward Catholic Church has undergone an enlargement and remodelling program which will be completed soon. A 42 x 30 foot addition to Tho Sanctuary will increase seating capacity of the Church 25 per cent according to Rev. St. Edward is doing the work. James Brady. The Lightner construction company of Telegram photo to make plans for dedication of Schuyler Bridge Schuyler the chamber of Commerce has announced plans for a formal dedication of the new Platte River Bridge at Schuyler. Chamber president Carl land Gren said that governor Frank Morrison has accepted an invitation to speak at the dedication april 6. The Highway 15 Bridge was opened for travel last december. The old Bridge is nearly completely torn Down. Sections of the old Bridge Are to be used for smaller county Bridges. Rites held today for mrs. Owens and her daughters Dorchester mass. Up memorial rites will be held Here today for mrs. Maribel Vinson Owen and her two skating daughters who were killed in a plane trash at Brussels Belgium feb. 15. The Rev. John w. Ellison Rector of c h u r cd h of. Epiphany. Will conduct the services at the Church where the Owens regularly attended services. Mrs. Owen Maribel 20 and Laurence 16, were in route to the International figure skating championships in Prague when their Jet crashed. All 73 aboard including the entire u. S. Figure skating team were killed no Call for men by Colfax county draft Board for March Schuyler Melvin Gerrard clerk of the Colfax county selective service Board said that no Call for men has been received for March. The last Man inducted was 23 year old Allan r. Polenz son of or. And mrs. Rudolph Polenz. He was inducted on february 9 and went to fort Riley. Kansas for his Basic training in the army. Florida has High Reading of 89 new York up the High temperature in the nation reported to the u. S. Weather Bureau Friday was 89 degrees at Ocala Fla. Tile Low today was 5 below Zero at International Falls Minn. Breidert third City officeholder to Bow out Ray e. Breidert. Republican councilman from fourth Ward announced officially today that he will not be a candidate for renomination at the party convention next tuesday evening. Breidert is currently serving his third two year term on the Council. He becomes the third City officeholder to announce he will not seek another term others being mayor Milton Wagner Democrat and councilman Norman Kum Metz. Democrat from second Ward. Some new faces on the political scene will be in evidence if both parties Hope to nominate full slates of candidates at tuesdays conventions. The conventions Start at 8 ., with democrats meeting in the District courtroom and republicans in the supervisors room. Offices at stake in the april 4 a on year election Are those of mayor City clerk treasurer water commissioner police judge four seats on the City Council two seats on the Airport authority and two seats on the Board of education. School Board is being contested this year on a non political basis and four candidates for the Board have already been nominated at open session. They Are William Callihan. Incumbent William s. Nelson Warren Rood and Richard Elwood. One current school Board member Frank Milhollan declined renomination. Columbus Myca membership tops 1,200 Mark membership at tile Columbus Myca has topped the 1,200 Mark according to a report from general Secretary Fred c. Ingold. The membership list As of feb. 24 stood at 1,203, a substantial increase from the 1.060 enrolment at the close of 1960. Membership in various categories girls under 18, 254 women 18 and Over 146 preschool age l oys 46 Grade school age boys 281 Junior High age boys. 163 High school age boys 53 Young men 18 to 30, 54 men 30 and Over 141 youth Center. 225. Weatherman says colder 43 at i p. In. Today. 19 Low this morning. 34 High Friday. 19 High year ago. 0 Low year ago. Dry Days ahead Edinburgh Scotland up a court awarded $1,400 Friday to a scotsman who claimed he lost his taste for whisky after being hit on the head by a pick axe. On the House Oakland Calif. Up an Oakland liquor store owner and a Friend a a scotched the attempt of two gunmen to hold up the a and b liquor store. Willard Wright 60, and Frank Strathdee 62, chased off the Rifle carrying bandits by pelting them with whiskey bottles from a shelf behind the counter. United press International a storm front which is expected to spread wind blown showers into Nebraska sunday was heading for the state today. The forecasters said a Blanket of warm air is preceding the cold air and comfortable conditions were expected through tonight with mostly fair skies. Skies will become partly Cloudy across the state sunday with More general cloudiness in the Panhandle. Low readings tonight will Range Between 25 and 35 with highs sunday in the upper 30s Northwest and upper 40s Southeast. The Mercury is expected to dip into the teens by sunday night and level off in the 30s monday. High temperatures Friday ranged from 49 at Scottsbluff and Chadron to 29 at Bellevue and lows varied Between 13 at Lincoln and Norfolk and 33 at Scottsbluff. Eastern Nebraska mostly fair and warmer tonight. Partly Cloudy and turning colder sunday. Light showers and Gusty winds Western portion. Lows tonight 25 to 35. Highs sunday 40 to 50. Iowa banker could t say Quot no Quot to people editor s note what Lead a respected Bank president to a dip in the till a How Doos to do it for any Long period of Tim without getting caught what does a major Bank embezzlement mean to a Small Iowa Community seeking Tho answers to those questions the United press International assigned three expert reporters to Knoxville Iowa. They Ara David smothers George Brown and Larry Rummel. Hart is their report. By up special reporting team Knoxville Iowa up Eldon l. Job was a civic Booster. That is Why he stole about half a million dollars from the Bank where he was president and that is Why he twisted two loops of twine around his neck in a deserted attic and jumped into emptiness. This was the conclusion drawn today by e. W. Morgan a National Bank examiner from Des Moines who in a Way drove an old Friend to his death. For it was Morgan who discovered that Job the name is pronounced jobs As in the biblical character was a master thief As Well As the president of Knoxville a Community National Bank three time president of the Cham Bel of Commerce past grand master of the masonic Lodge officer of the rotary club and guiding Light of the Pine knolls country club. Morgan said the Bank shortage a could be Between $500,000 and $700,000.�?� Knoxville a quiet courthouse town of 7,817 population 38 Miles Southeast of Des Moines became the fourth Iowa town in less than two months to discover that a Community idol had feet of Clay. It was Only last Jan. 16, in a very similar Bank in a very similar Iowa town that mrs Burnice Geiger faced another Bank examiner and. Throwing up her hands in despair confessed she had More than $2 million from the Sheldon National Bank. Iowa a state where you can to buy hard liquor by the drink and where Beer taverns close Early has had other sore disillusionment since the confession of mrs. Geiger. At Malvern Iowa two weeks after the Sheldon scandal broke the vice president of the local Bank went Home and shot himself after a routine audit turned up a $54,924 shortage. The county auditor of Sioux City Iowa has pleaded guilty in connection with another shortage. Their motives differed. Morgan said he was sure of jobs. The Money Morgan said had gone to cover a excessive Loans and to pay for donations to civic projects a designed for the betterment of the a we had hoped for an explanation and naturally i never dreamed of anything like this a Morgan said. A a in be known him since 1938 he was an excellent Eldon Job w to would have been 60 in three Days will be buried today. His closed casket will be taken from the Bybee and Davis funeral Home to Graceland cemetery. The services were limited to members of his family a his widow Bernice the two sons Wiliom he had set up in the Bank ing business Ned. 26, vice president of the Community Bank and Louis 32, vice president of the competing Iowa state savings Bank in which Job invested heavily last year and his daughter Judith a student at Drake University in Des Moines known As the a Sunshine this was the end of the courtly boy from Maryville mo., and new Yorkus Columbia University who came to Knoxville in 1919 hoping to pick up a $50-a-week Job the end of the Man who worked his Way up through the banking business weathered the depression became Bank president in 1933, the Foremost financial figure of his town and in the words of a neighbors Quot the perfect jobs number came up monday when his old acquaintance e. W. Morgan came to Call. It was a routine investigation the same kind of Book checking which toppled mrs. Geiger a House of cards. Methodically checking the Hooks Morgan discovered the evidence of a excessive Loans. Which would have been illegal in the he let Job know about his discovery but nobody else. Morgan wanted in explanation. When he arrived Friday at the Grey two Story grecian pillared Bank building Morgan found a Large Manila envelope on his desk. It was jobs confession and Farewell a the expressed regret that he had broken the Confidence of his family townspeople and Bank examiners a Morgan said. He hinted that he would be dead by the time Morgan read his letter. He was. It was then about 9 30 am. Job included a few samples of forged notes to show Morgan How he had embezzled the Money. Investigators said Job had simply recorded fictitious Loans and pocketed the Money. Similar notes had been left for other members of the family. They told them where to look in the vacant Home on Montgomery Street where jobs father in Law or. A. F. Keeton had once lived. Louis Job telephoned sheriff la it Ren Jarman and together they went to a the old Keeton there they found Eldon Job dangling from a length of rope no thicker than Sash Cord. It was lashed to the stairway Between Hie second floor and the attic. Jarman said a it looks like he might have tried Gas the sheriff said All of the Gas stove jets were turned on. And there was a plastic cover Over the top of the stove As if he had tried to form a pocket for the Gas. The doors of the House were locked and jobs wrist watch glasses and top coat were in the dining room. Job had spent an apparently pleasant evening entertaining the building Board of the first methodist Church thursday night in his a shaped farm Type Home it 717 e. Montgomery Street. The meeting began at 7.30 And lasted three hours. It was called to discuss the building of an educational addition to the Church. Kenneth Barghahn a partner in the Knoxville Firestone store said a there was considerable banter and humor at the meeting but Eldon conducted it with usual Bernice Job agreed. A the never let on what was on his mind she said. Job got up at 7 of clock As was his custom the next morning. He made his own bed and left without waking his wife. He Oft a took walks before going to the Bank. Job did not go to the Bank Friday. He walked three blocks West on Montgomery Street crossed the Street entered the Keeton Home and hanged himself. Mrs. Geiger had chosen another Way. She let herself be locked up in a jail at Sioux City Iowa shunning her townsfolk friends and even her husband for a time. She refused to put up Bai until she was sentenced to 15 years in prison last a 5-foot 8 Inch Man with a taste for Oil paintings had taken the quickest Way of escape. The reactions of the people of Knoxville were remarkably similar to those of Sheldon no one in Sheldon has yet gone on record with a hard word against mrs. Geiger. A Hie same goes for Job. E o. Osborn 81, who has operated a drug store across the Street from the Community National Bank for 60 Days Short of 60 years said a it was hard for Job to say a not to people who asked for a family Friend who asked to remain nameless said a the was the main Many he held the town state sen. Carroll Price of Knoxville said a i refuse to believe a barmaid said a the was always Well dressed and had a habit of tipping his hat to the a store clerk in the courthouse Square said a the was the nicest Man that Ever breathed. He was the Ideal pay television May have strange affects Hartford Conn. Up the nations first full scale Experiment in pay to May have strange affects Here a and later throughout the nation. Babysitters for instance. They Are expected to lose some jobs because Many people will stay Home instead of going out to see a big movie. The movie houses themselves. The owners fighting pay to with All their might fear the cheaper More convenient pay to first run movies will kill the local movie House businesses. To networks feel the same about their Industry. The Hollywood movie Industry ironically is expected to have the opposite reaction. An executive involved in Toronto a important pay to Experiment says the new demand for better movies will mean a the rebirth of effect on programs and finally the controversial level of culture. Will the new demand be for better plays movies music and first rate sports As pay to promises to deliver or will As the a a free a to networks insist the general Public demand bring the level of pay to fare to the same criticized Mark As the current free to the Federal communications commission Friday officially authorized the Hartford pay to Experiment to begin in about six months but it came As a Mere formality for Many of the 50,000 potential viewers. They have been hooding station what to which will handle the three year tryout with Telephone Calls promising to subscribe and asking How it works. There Are two major aspects of the operation being run by co general inc. And the Zenith radio corp., which expects to lose $1,058,Ock in the trial. Ute same set the first is that present to sets will be used for both pay and free to. The station Channel 18, will carry 40 weekly hour of pay to and 30 of free to. The second is that pay to is on a charge account credit basis. There is no Coin Box on the to set. How much will it Cost there will he a fee of $7.50 to $10 to install a special decoding device into regular to sets that will a a unscramble the signal for a pay to program and make a tape record of what the viewer watched and How much he owes. Each program will Cost an a admission feel a ranging from 25 cents to $3.50. First run movies will Cost about 75 cents to $1.50. Bills will be sent out monthly alter the set owner mails in his tape recording there a a duplicate to prevent cheating. There also May be a 75-cents a week service charge. Leopold Ville. Congo ufos the Central Congo government gave the United nations six hours today to Clear a Lumu Mist rebels out of Lutu Bourg saying if it failed to do so the governments own forces would tackle the Job in an All out fight. Premier Joseph Ileon scentral Leopold Ville regime acted shortly after it had been reported Here that 300 troops Loyal to the late Premier Patrice Lumumba had taken Over Lulu Bourg the capital of Kasai province without firing a shot. A Force of about 1,000 ghanaian troops were said to have reported the Lumumba is seizure of the provincial capital but to have made no attempt to prevent it. A the United nations has been warned to make some move to Clear up this situation a said a communique issued by information minister Jean Bol Kango. Gives six hours a the congolese government gives the United nations. Six hours from noon feb. 25. The government will make its own dispositions to Clear up the situation in the event of inaction or delay by the .�?� this would make the deadline 12 noon est in the United states. Reliable sources said troops sent to intercept the Lumumba men who were advancing from their stronghold in Stanleyville joined them in their March on the City. A Force of about 1.000 ghanaian . Troops sent to prevent lighting Between rival forces in the Lulu Bourg area reported the Lumumba is Advance on the City but made no attempt to Stop it. Col Joko assigned by maj. Gen. Joseph Mobutu to command the Lulu Bourg Garrison was reported to have taken Refuge with . Forces in the City. Move with Speed the Lumumba forces were believed to have covered the 500 Miles from Stanleyville in about a five Days an amazing drive Over rough Congo Back roads in the Rainy season. Observers Here were puzzled by Lumumba is Gen. Victor Jundulas weakening of the Stanleyville Garrison at a time when Mobutu had been reported heading a Force of 2,000 troops on the Border of Oriental province. Stanleyville is the capital of Oriental. Some observers speculated that the Advance on Lulu Bourg May have been tile result of some kind of a Deal Between Mobutu and Gundula. The two men recently had been reported in Contact. Accident report Friday 0 total this year to last year 114 injuries 4 late president Theodore Roosevelt a policy of speak softly and carry a big in Washington u. S. Officials said Khrushchev s proposal apparently was aimed at sabotaging i n. Efforts in the Congo before Hammarskjold can exercise the increased Powers granted him to Deal with the crisis. The letter also asked the nations to whose leaders it was addressed to Aid the Stanleyville regime of Eizenga Lumumba so political heir a repeating the so Viet claim that it is the a True government of the Congo. Khrushchev was especially bitter to his denunciation of Hammarskjold renewing efforts to discredit the u. . A the Secretary general has pursued. A policy of base treachery in regard to the interests of the congolese people a he said. A to put it bluntly it was in essence Hammarskjold who murdered Lumumba. Whoever held the knife or revolver is after All not the sole murderer. The chief Assassin is the one who handed him the Lumumba was killed with two companions some time ago according to Congo officials by african villagers who caught them after they had broken out of an improvised prison in the Congo s a a Independent Katanga province. The soviet foreign minister today released the text of a letter Khrushchev sent wednesday to Premier Jawaharlal Nehru of India. Similar letters the foreign ministry said were sent on the same Date to chiefs of state or governments in other countries in Asia. Africa latin America and Europe the foreign ministry did not say which countries were involved. Tokyo Shook by earthquake Tokyo up a a rolling earthquake Shook downtown Tokyo today. There was no immediate re ports of damage from the quake that occurred shortly after Midnight. Bus building Lincoln up a construction of a two Story bus terminal building will begin Here next month the building will be at loth and p sts., and will Cost about $180.-wk. It is to be finished by Midsummer. Girl fatally injured in car Accident guide Rock Ufi Jean Duffy about 17, guide Rock was fatally injured Early this morning in a one car Accident three Miles South of Here on state Highway 78. State trooper Dale Blankenship said her brother. Dale Duffy discovered the wreckage of the car and his Sisters body about three hours after the Accident. The trooper said a car driven by Jim Peschel 19, smashed through a guard rail and plunged 55 feet Down an embankment. Peschel whose Home is at Milligan neb., but who worked at guide Rock was taken to the Webster county Hospital at red Cloud in serious condition. Blankenship said Duffy was returning to the Duffy Home South of Here about 4 a m. When he noticed the broken guard railings. He stopped to investigate and found the wreckage. The death raised Nebraska s 1%1 Highway fatality count to 25, compared with 29 a year ago today. Kansas youth Accident victim Colby Kan. Up a Jack Eugene Miller 18, Brewster Kan., was killed and a companion was critically injured Early saturday when a Cor authorities said was stolen smashed through a dead end Road Aud plunged Down an embankment. Colby police patrolman Kenneth Hettinger and assistant fire chief Dwayne Bell were chasing the car when it tumbled into an irrigation ditch about one half mile from the Rock Island depot Here. Heflinger said Miller s Pompan Ion Charles Thomas Meadows whose address was Given and Den ver suffered critical injuries and was taken to St. Thomas Hospital at Colby. Heflinger said he spotted the car about 3 30 As it was speeding on the East Side of the City he said he chased it for two Miles through Colby at speeds reaching 70 Miles per hour. Heflinger said the ear was stolen from a Colby Man. Game violations show increase Lincoln up Nebraska sportsmen for the third consecutive year have established an unenviable record. The state game commission said out door Smen fucked up a new record again in i960 in numbers apprehended for game Law violations. The total for i960, just released. Is 1.470 last year s total was an even i too. Sentence passed on several youths sentence was passed on several youths in juvenile court Here Friday in connection w Ith a Gas stealing ring that had been operating in the area. Three of the youths. Richard p. Gillette Jim Bazer and Eddie Dowty were All placed on two years probation. Two others. Richard Westerbuhr and Marion Johnson were placed at the boys training school at Kearney for their part in the ring. Another youth Richard Olson of Platte Center was also placed at the Kearney Home for repeated charges of Petit larceny. He was not involved in the Gas stealing Donald Obst and Gary Mcavin were ordered sent to the Norfolk state Hospital for psychiatric examination. Sentence was deferred on charges of Petit larceny against Jack Palon. Believe 4 killed in plane crash Aiken so. Upit a a four passenger been Craft Bonanza caught in violent wind currents of a thunderstorm crashed near Here Friday killing four passengers a witness said one Man. Identified As Douglas Taylor of Knoxville tenn., a former paratrooper leaped from the stricken plane while it was still a few Hundred feet in the air. Two other victims were identified As Harold keens the Pilot recently transferred from Knoxville to Orlando flu., As sales manager for a garbage disposal equipment finn and John Fletcher of Knoxville. Authorities have been unable to identify the fourth victim. Today s Index 10 pages farm news Page 2 editorial Page 4 women s news Page s sports Page 7 classified markets Page comics Page 9

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