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12 Jul 1936

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12 Jul 1936

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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - July 12, 1936, Racine, Wisconsin What our readers have to say is Stu be Pali to a any a taint Siw in this Celt by. I sunday journal times b u llet1n vol. 6�?"no. 13. Racine wis., sunday july 12,1936. Circulation Over 21,000 close oiled streets writer pleads dear editor i was very much interested in what a. P. Of Washington Avenue had to say about closing the streets after they have been oiled. I certainly agree with a. P. And think it is a splendid suggestion. Of course i dislike the unpleasant odor of Oil especially on a very hot Day but if the streets must be oiled Why not close them. I am sure that this would not inconvenience motorists to such an extent that they would have to drive several blocks out of their Way even if they were closed for a whole week. This would not Only prevent the cars from getting All spattered with Oil but would help to keep the Crossings Nice and clean and perhaps avoid embarrassment to those who have to walk through this Nice oily mess especially with a Nice pair of White shoes. Guns of a Billy the kids to terrorized Southwest in bloody cattle War he slew 21 before he could vote a outlaw at 12 youth was deadly killer but always polite. By Hubert Johnson. About to bring a flood of blood. Across the history of the South on one Side was John Chisum West Billy the kid Cut his Fame the cattle King of the Pecos coun with blazing six shooters. Been called the Robin Hood of the Southwest an artist in murder and the greatest outlaw of his Day. Today he is a Semi mythical i hero in Many mexican Homes. Even though this will not be in in print i would like to express my a thanks for the sunday bulletin f because we All enjoy it very much. C. S., Kewaunee St dont be a cheat honesty will pay dear editor first in Tell Tell about one incident which prompted me to write this letter. I was waiting my turn in a certain private grocery store in Racine while the owner waited on a Small child who asked for 15c Worth of frankfurters. He weighed them and gave the child four of them. Then was my turn so i asked for the same amount 15c Worth and from the very same a Ostringh of frankfurters he gave me eight. I suppose watching the Scales myself had something to do with it. Nov since vacation i like hundreds of other mothers Send my children to the store to save a few Steps and done to think we can help but notice How some of them cheat the children. I done to see Why we can to Trust those clerks and owners too to give them full weight As they do an adult. Have heard other mothers say the same thing. I be lived in different parts of the City and this Isno to the first time it has happened. Once i sent something Back and told a him to weigh it again but he said w the child must have dropped some of it. I wonder if they really think they tre gaining anything by doing that. If we had a Small scale at Home we could make some trouble. I Hope this is printed and some private store owners read it. It might do some Good. Thank you for publishing my letter. H. W., Howland ave Tongue mightier than the sword dear editor Here is something for your sunday bulletin comment Section. Concerning the Tongue. Did you Ever keep your Tongue for one Day allowing it to speak no unkind untrue no unclean word allowing it to utter no word about another to business no judging condemning or critical word bid you Ever take an inventory of your words at the end of the Day it was the greeks who said a othe Boneless Tongue so Small and weak can crush and ?� said the turks a othe Tongue destroys a greater horde than does the ?� the persians claim a of lengthy Tongue Means an Early ?� Arni a Odon to let your Tongue Cut off your ?� from Arabia comes this a othe Tongue to greatest storehouse is the ?� this from the hebrews though our feet May slip never let your ?� the sacred writers say Quot if a Man claim to be religious and bridle not his Tongue this Many to religion is in ?� a oif a Man offend not in word that same is a perfect ?� a who keeps his Tongue doth keep his ?� f. M., Mead St co operation needed at Tennis courts dear editor through the a sunday bulletin a we have had your co operation in the past in fostering proper Public sentiment toward the Well regulated and supervised uses of our beaches Parks and Public playgrounds. South cd Racine College Are located a group of four courts permission for the use of which is granted fairly by City authorities upon proper application. Yet there is no supervisor at the courts to protect the permit holier in his right to the use of the courts for his scheduled hours. The system i actual fact Las depended mainly upon the ele ment of fairness in those actually on the courts in recognizing the rights of the permit Holder. Too killing his first Man when he was 12, he died when he was 21 and was credited with killing 21 men a Man for every year of his life. The True total is not known but Billy claimed to have killed 21 and he Wasny to considered a liar. Recalls Billy the kid. The kid was a slight but wiry youth he was 5 feet 8 inches tall Small boned but muscular had Long thin face Gray eyes flecked with Hazel red spots and Light Brown hair. His Mouth would have been Well shaped were it not for two Buck Teeth. His hands and feet were remarkably Small. He weighed about 140 pounds. Miss Sallie Chisum Niece of John Chisum cattle King recalled the killer. A Billy the kid and i became great friends a she mused. A Obad he surely was but surely not All bad. He was brimming Over with Light hearted gaiety and he always looked like he had just stepped from a band Box in Broad brimmed White hat dark coat and Vest Gray trousers worn Over his boots a Gray flannel shirt Black four in hand tie and sometimes a Flower in his Lapel. Was a Pink of politeness. A a Ohe was the Pink of politeness and As courteous a Little gentleman As i Ever met. He was Only a boy and deep Down in his hard heart there must have been a Little sentiment ?� the kid had an Alert mind was Loyal to his friends and generous. He was not a braggart but was quiet and courteous and a favorite with the women. He rarely swore and Many aver he never lost his temper. However despite his pleasant qualities he was devoid of All emotion. He placed no value on human life least of All his own. Killing a Man was no More important to him than snuffing out a cig Aret he was bound by no code of Honor in his murders. As Long As he killed a Man he did not care How he did it Bora Tai new York. Billy the kid was born As William h. Bonney nov. 23, 1859, in new York City. In 1862 his parents moved to Coffeyville kans. When Billy to father died the widow moved with her two children to Colorado. There she married a Man named Antrim and set out for what is now new Mexico. In the Lawless town of Silver City Billy Learned his lessons in the Devil to own school. Gamblers taught the boy All their crooked tricks. Billy was 12 when he killed his first Man. As Billy and his Mother passed a group of men lounging in front of a Saloon a Young Blacksmith made some remark at mrs. Antrim. Billy flamed into passion and knocked the bully to hat off with a Stone. A Man named Moulton prevented the Blacksmith from hurting the boy. Stabs Man to brith a few weeks later in a Saloon a drunk knocked Moulton to hat off and a free for All resulted. The Blacksmith attacked Moulton seeking revenge. Billy who had been idling in the Saloon whipped out his Jackknife and killed the Blakesmith with three stabs. Billy fled from Silver City. Four years later his Story is picked up in Arizona. With in unknown Cowboy he ambushed three indians to get their posses Sions. In Tucson he killed a Man Over a card game. Also Billy shot a negro Soldier when he cheated at cards. In Agua Prieta Sonora Mexico he opened a Monte Bank with Melquiades Segura a Young Gambler As his partner. Joae Martinez quarrelled with Billy during a game. Beth raced for their guns and Billy won. Bor a time after that he lived by Footpad work with gun and knife. Ufos five Indiana. Returning to the Ufa ted states the Kui was by apaches. After his Horst , Billy crumbled to the Crest of a Ridge. When but charged bad he has try. Lawyer Mcsween and John Tunstall an englishman. Major Lawrence g. Murphy and his partners Dolan and Riley were the other Side. Murphy had been a cavalry lieutenant in the civil War and was a Veteran Indian fighter. He was unscrupulous a heavy Drinker and the political Power around Lincoln. Billy changes sides. John Chisum sought control of the ranges by squeezing out the smaller cattle interests who looked to Murphy for Protection. Al Tum to Page to column i Home makers invited to Canning exhibit a Canning service for the Home makers of Racine will open monday july 13, at 8 30 a. Rn., and continue every Day except saturday at the Racine vocational school 800 Center Street in room 316. All Home makers Are invited to take in fruits and vegetables to can under supervision. Every one is expected to assist in having her own Canning completed and must have her own supplies such As jars tops Etc. As a special feature for the opening week there will be an exhibit of modern Canning equipment and devices. Several merchants of Racine Are co operating and lending equipment for display. Appointments for Canning May be made at this time. For further information Call pros. 1727. T. Rees director of the school is sponsor of the project. This service is for every one. Music festival tests to begin on july 27th and soloists Over 16 years old. Engine whistles to Mark opening of Railroad week Railroad week is being observed throughout the West from july 13 to 18. It is sponsored by 750,000 workers of Western railroads the Pullman company and Allied industries. The week opens at 8 will be for choruses i monday morning with a blast from the whistle of every Western Railroad locomotive under steam at the time. The first observation of this week was held last year. It was announced by official proclamations by the governors of All Western states and by mayors of Many cities Point to safety. During this week in the terminals shops and round houses of Western railroads there Are exhibits demonstrations and ceremonies showing that these roads Are now giving greater safety elimination contests during the week of july 27, precluding the fifth annual Racine music festival wednesday aug. 5, will be for mixed male or women to choruses and for soloists Over 16 years of age in the contralto Soprano Bass baritone or Tenor classes. Three numbers have been suggested for each of the Solo divisions and inasmuch As solos in Chicago must be selected from a olympic week activities scheduled for playgrounds the girls to annual sports carnival and the boys mid Western track and Field meet will head the varied list of a olympic week activities scheduled to take place on the City to playgrounds this week. The first annual playground Tennis tournament will be staged this week to determine championships in the intermediate and Junior boys to divisions and the girls to division. Puppet shows will feature the children to dramatic offerings for the week while plaster of Paris sculpturing has been planned a the principal handcraft project. Track Field meet. The track and Field meet held simultaneously by More than 20 cities throughout the Middle West will be staged at Lewis Field Friday at 3 30 p. In. The results will be tabulated and forwarded to a Central City from which will be issued the rankings of the competing communities. Play leaders from la playgrounds Vail bring their Best track Talent to the meet accompanied by hundreds of children who will play passive roles and cheer on their respective playgrounds. Competition in the intermediate boy to division is open to boys who will not have reached their sixteenth birthday before sept. 15. The Junior boys division will include boys who will not have reached their fourteenth birthday before that Date. Intermediate division. The 75-Yard dash running checkers tournament will be staged to determine the most proficient player in that game. Poppet shows. Puppet shows will be staged by Many of the playgrounds this Veek. The children have been Busy making characters for the past few weeks. Time tried punch and Judy Are certain to make their appearance. In presenting puppet shows children Are taught some of the principles of stagecraft they Are permitted to direct the exits and entrances of their characters and in attempting to take All the parts they soon learn the value of a flexible voice. Dancing in its More Graceful and appealing form has come to the children of the newly established Albert state playground. Classes Are held every tuesday Ani thursday Atemon. The beginners class is taught fundamentals a 2 30, and the More advanced dancers meet at 3 p. In. The girls already have Learned dances called a Tolly Wolly Doodle a and a orow Row your boat a and Are now learning a othe Man on the Fly in ?� the group has decide to contribute a tap dancing specially to the sports carnival Amateur show thursday. Approximately 25 girls attend each class often however id chiefly ufos older boys or men Arf unlawfully Billy killed she and forced the fog foe courts this co opera for does not exist in foe cases of younger players who can turn to Page 7, column 4 Broad jump running High jump basketball throw for distance and 450-Yard relay race Are listed As main events for the intermediate boys to division. The Junior boys to class will compete in the 60-Yard dash running Broad jump running High jump basketball throw for distance and 360 relay race. Through processes of elimination the playgrounds have spent the past three weeks bringing to the fore the Best hucksters. In the late afternoon of each Day play leaders have staged their own tournaments to discover Young track stars who will most ably represent their playgrounds at the meet at the fratt playground Ray Johnson Bill Allen George Thompson Norman Thompson Dick Jacobsen Ken Christensen Tom Andersen Bob Jacobsen Art Jorgensen and Howard Johnson Are holding daily practice sessions. Girls carnival. The girls annual sports carnival jul be held at Lewis Field on thursday at 3 30 p. In. Girls most adept at Jack stones of Leary and table Tennis will be Given an Opportunity to show their prowess. There will be a division for girls under 16 years of age and one for girls under 12 years of tournament finals will bring into the spotlight City champions in these various girls sports. At the completion of foe Trade events the la playgrounds will Steed a huge Amateur show. Filiti playground will present its Amateur act in Tbs show. A dramatic and musical Talent will by largely represented. The will be Beld i the Shade of the tall Leafy Trees growing near toe wading Pool on the Lewis Field playground. A game of Mamie Wing fax of ids loot prestige text Friday afternoon at a is ii Field. In Galveston bids for port Honor to handle More Cotton than any Harbor in world these lists Racine soloists also Are asked to select their numbers from i More Speed and finer service at a lower fare than Ever before in their history. The Western railroads Are proud that they carried millions of passengers last year without a single passenger fatality in a train Accident Railroad week is being held to show the Public that the railroads have come Back. New Swift streamlined trains Dot the West air conditioned passenger equipment has become commonplace. Racine firm engraved lord to prayer on end of Platinum Goldwire engraving is within Orde 5 thousandths of an Inch in diameter or size of 2 human hairs. Among the three in their particular divisions. The suggested numbers follow suggested selections. Soprano a of tors e Luis Traviata Verdi g. Schemer a Obird of the wilderness d Flat hours Man Schirmer a have Maria b Flat Schubert Ditson contralto a Oconn Ais to Les pays mignon Thomas Carl Fischer a Odo not go my love d minor Hageman Schirmer a Owid Mung id f Schumann Ditson Tenor a Flower song from a of Carmen Bizet Ditson a of heard you singing in e Flat Coates Chappell a of serenade in d to Selli Boston music co. Baritone a of prologue from a of Pagliaccio in c Leoncavallo Carl Fischer a of cargoes in e Flat Dobson Schirmer a othe Hills of Home in g minor Fox Fischer Bass a even bravest housing of families now known to by sek of. See one of the most delicate feats of engraving was accomplished at the Plant of the George Gorton machine company recently. It was that of engraving the lord to prayer consisting of 300 characters on the end of a Platinum Gold Alloy wire. The engraving is contained within a Circle five thousandths of an Inch in diameter slightly larger in diameter than the thickness of two cig Aret papers or two human hairs. The manner in which the feat was accomplished and the problems that had to be met Are set out in an explanatory statement supplied by the company As follows a othe Complete engraving appears on examination with the naked Eye As a very faint speck 1 on the end of the Gold wire. The seventh of needy families owns Homes study reveals Only one seventh of the Racine families on Relief own their own to nine members. One family of ten lives in four rooms one of 12 heart from a of Faust Gounod in d Flat Ditson a but who May Homes the Central association Dis. _. In and in gathering lads on the Tofu a of and a girl Between the Ages of five and ten occupy the Only bedroom. The condition of repair is below caseworkers. The rents Range from $8 to $30 abide in d minor Handel no-1 per month with an average of $18,1 Standard for 48 per cent of the Vello a othe trumpeter in f Dix Boosey. Required of choruses. Required and suggested numbers it was discovered. These rents consume a proportion of the family m to a income that ranges from to to too he Otto families and is definitely poor or per cent with an average Between for the choruses each of whom 20 and 25 per cent will sing two numbers in the Elim the majority of the families nation contests one required and i owning their Homes have Federal one of their own Choice not to take Loans or other mortgages on which More than four minutes and with the payments take a share of the out Solo parts Ara As follows family income averaging Between mixed chorus too Blest Are 20 and 25 per cent they Tchaikovsky required a Otake o take those ups away 6 rooms is average. Five rooms is the average num Edward c. Moore a othe music i Ber for families ranging from one i where Ai new baby of Ufeu Noble Cain ?ts1 1 chorus a follow me Down to car lows Fletcher required nowhere go the boats Lefevra a stars of a summer night Noble Cain men to chorus song of the Jolly Roger Chudleigh Candis required a Oon the sea Dudley Buck a Olet the celestial concert Handel Davidson. To represent Racine. These elimination contests will be open to any singers residing in Racine county. Vocal training or previous experience will not be a necessity neither will it be a bar to eligibility. Winners in the Var Scotland Yahr eyes a cont men expects Many Crooks to sneak into England. ?"<uj9�?"with the Lon ious classes agree to represent iu-1 Don season beginning and overseas a it wet Otto equipment is fairly Good 64 per cent have steam furnaces though 28 per cent heat with Only one stove. Ventilation judged by number of windows nearness of other houses Etc is also rated Good in 59 per cent of the families 35 per cent Tair and poor in Only 4 per cent in some cases near buildings shut off Light one family arrived this month lives in a basement apartment so Damp that Mold forms on the Walls. Cellars Are found to be Good i. E. Large and dry in 50 per cent of the Homes fair in 8 per cent and very poor in 17 per cent cellars Ara shared by two or More families in 14 per cent of the cases. Three Homes have none at All. One family has its cellar floor covered with water the year round. House shortage hinders. Modem plumbing is found to exist to some degree in All but two Homes. Thirty per cent Are rated As inadequate i. E. Toilets Ara in the the Home of a Ocono men and with returning Prosperity making Lon Houston Texas a cub a Galveston will win the title of the world to largest Cotton port from Houston by aug. I when it completes handling 300,000 Bales for the american Cotton co operative association according to local port officials. Port Houston has held top rank in Cotton shipping and handling since 1924. Recently however the Cotton concentration corporation of Galveston contracted with the co operative to handle its 300,000 Bales of a non profit basis. He Cotton will Start moving through Galveston on july i. Arrangements for handling the Cotton were made by George Sealy of Che Galveston firm and e. E. Crrekmore new Orleans vice president of the co operative association. Witt effect a saving. Association officials Bara said the new route would effect a Large saving on port and compress charges. Since aug. I 1935, Houston has exported l�43j825 Bales with total receipts of 1,718,799 Balas compared with Galveston to exports of ,150 and receipts of ,122 Batea. Shifting of the 300,004 Bales would place Calverton at Ilia top. Houston took Hie Lead in 1024 when favourable rates were Given the City because its location Inland boomed Tho Cotton and steamship industries at Galveston to expense. Cine at the Chica Goland festival i visitors flocking in special Branch elimination contests aug. 15, and detectives at the ports Ara keeping proceeds of the local music festival will be used to pay expenses of winners going to Chicago. Contestants will Supply their own accompanists wherever possible. Any ringer unable to Supply his or her own accompanist is asked to specify this fact on the entry Blank and the committee will provide an accompanist Asta Pas years dram Carpi of Racine will contribute their talents to the entertainment on the night of Tho Minste fest vol indication of a desire to participate May to made in the official entry Blank in this lame. Entry Blanks to be found in this families. Seventy two have Baths Lut considerable number of a close watch upon arriving aus ,. _. Ralian liners. These have no hot water. These for Australia is still regarded As i must brat it pm the stove foun that polishing with a Fine Etters Are so Small in height about .0002 of an inc that they must necessarily be engraved very shallow. In fact the depth to which each letter is engraved in the Metal is Only 1-40,000 of an Inch. This is so slight that Mere a the rubbing of a Finger Over the finished Job would be sufficient to obliterate it entirely or at least make it unreadable. Under magnifying Glass. A Othis lettering requires a magnification of about 175 diameters to read but for inspection of the lettering during the actual engraving process a smaller Power Glass was used for the reason that the Cutter operating directly above the engraving made it necessary to mount the Glass at an Angle for observation. At this Angle the Field of View was so Small that Only one line could be focused at a time. A Othis engraving was produced by Fred Knapp of our engraving department on one of our Standard Gorton pantograph engraving machines of the size commonly sold for engraving jewelry Dies. Two months preliminary preparation was required. The Standard machine was first entirely disassembled and the individual balls of each Ball bearing carefully checked for size and roundness. Then the races were lapped. This extreme care was necessary due to the fact that 12 Ball bearings eight of our own manufacture and four of the conventional radial Type Are required to transmit the movement from master copy to Cutter Point and work and an error so Small As one tenth of a thousandth Inch in Only one of the bearings would be sufficient to distort the entire engraving so that it would not be readable. Or a othe engraving was reproduced from a master copy two inches in diameter. This was transmitted through the Pant graphic reducing mechanism which was set to reduce 400 times. Met with difficulties. A oin producing such wonderfully Small work or. Knapp encountered Many perplexing difficulties which had to be solved. The engraving was done by etching with the Point of the Cutter and difficulty was found in holding an Edge until after numerous experiments a comparatively Blunt Bullet shaped Point was used. The next problem was to polish the surface to be engraved smooth and Flat within one Hundred thousandth of an Inch. Many materials were used a different grades of Rouge face powder Dia Mondtine Etc., but finally it was while the remaining 28 per cent take their Baths standing up in a Don a Happy Hunting ground of a Fato acc Orang to the manner i of forefathers. In the same these wanderers Scotland Yard is redoubling its vigilance. The order has gone out to the port detectives to keep a special Lookout manner two families go to an outside toilet. In cases of undesirable cond for known or suspected Confidence a made move Tam tricksters. Flies but because of the shortage co operation Between Scotland a houses it is almost impossible. Yard and overseas police forces has been reduced to a Fine Art and no a Ocon Many can sail from Sydney Cape town Quebec or new York without the news flashing Biscoe sends stuffing to cover state tax � � la Ebel _ Superior wig a 9u9 a in Issue Are to be sent As Early a a Cross the world. Liner captains i Grant a resident of Kirkhill in Sec Toga .1 also tip off the police about sushi Verne Shire Scotland year after Coua passengers who seem too your demonstrated his scotch eager to draw their Chance a Thrift by sending the City of us possible to the music festival director miss Dorothy Lawton at the journal times office. Into smoking room Quaintance card games. Tough for Crooks. The special Branch detectives Ara making it More and More Dif Perior a Check that was a few cents Short of his real estate taxes Here. George Ostrom City treasurer of swedish descent personally paid the shortage in past years. Rived foe t i it a a to me Numkea Bowling Green 0hte.-4u� to Wood county Are Ca Al Jolson company Hunts Mineral riches Deadwood s. � a by a j ficut for a Ocon men to sneak in _ company headed by Sid Grauman i and even Crooks who manage to i Muu Quot Twili jul .j81 Hwy to famous pm be be theater mid having Ai vice i Ukel to have a burp toe vist in a to president Al Jolson will begin i at their hotel by a detective who i a a <24. 01 4k_ Quot j. Quot not a you Ara 22 Coit Short. Please drilling operations at the Black gives them some Good advice about Hills exploration company to prop their stay and the advisability of erty soon. An Early departure. The company to 800 acres of Mineral properties lie six Miles i a othe Cope with this prob from Deadwood. The Diamond i Lem during next year when a rec Drill to be used is the largest of any i Ord influx of visitors is expected kind in the world. It is capable of j for the Coronation of King Edward drilling to a depth of 5,000 feet and May be adjusted to any Angle. The results of the preliminary i explorations will determine the extent of future operations. Huttl stubs honoured Moscow Idaho. A a lbs eight Holstein cows from the University of Idaho Dairy farm have been placed on the 1935 Honor Roll of Tho nation University officials profoundly fun mounted recently City officials were astounded special Plain have been mad by i to Setope face part to Cope with this Proll by order from Grant. Burglars tool my Montreal. A we a a tightly rolled and bound Magazine Baa. Been declared a a burglar tear �?o2"�?o a two to a Iran perils compared Pasadena ?"sib�?"dr. A. Barrett director of the Milwaukee Pacific museum after 10,000-Mfle journey i Attica Here. Police arrested two men while they were loitering non an automobile. They had magazines native with a Spear and american automobile traffic he would prefer to take his chances with tightly roiled and bound with i african. String in their hands. Kid leather produced the finest surface. The kid seemed to have ust enough dust embedded in it or proper polishing action without the addition of a foreign polishing material a next it was found necessary o insulate the machine from i it rations of the shop floor. Although the machine was mounted on the ground floor of the Plant made of Concrete with Wood flocks Laid on top the vibrations imparted from machines too feet away were sufficient to distort the engraving sufficiently to make it unintelligible. Four rubber bushings three inches thick placed beneath the machine eliminated this vibration. Brim Watton of springing. A othe spindle feed works was then changed As the weight of the operator to hand wis sufficient to Spring the entire mechanism and so distort the minute letters. The feed works was transferred to the table of the machine and the work fed up into the Cutter. This eliminated All springing. A Oit was found impossible to use an electric Light bulb for illuminating the work As the delicate Pant graphic mechanism would soak up the heat from the bulb expanding the parts to such an extent As to raise the Cutter entirely away from the engraving within an hour after it had been correctly adjusted. For this reason night work was impossible. Likewise it a imperative that cold drafts be kept away from the machine As Toliese would produce foe same effect toy contraction of the parts As excessive heat toy sex la diodes Toronto ohly us a Caba Day of stat Hart Aorta Highway Tat Lakeshore read Tim outa a off ii n a ?2r a a a of iwud�0 esp nor c and Salt Lake City. Party og/$fl8i recently a Oan air conditioned room tar Hud a a foil work was not available. It was done in the main shop and to was exp foist parti tog a recent heat tie rebuilt. 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