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HAVE YOU REMEMBERED
March bth thru April 6th
Leaned ASSOCIATED PRESS Wlr
•NORTFI CENTRAL TEXAS COMMUNITY DAILY NEWSPAPER"
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VOL. 38 NO 62
BR ECK EN RIDGE, TEXAS-FRIDAY, MARCH 28, 1958
PRICE DAILY 5 CENTS SUNDAY 10 CENTS
Breck Girl Dies
On Arrival At
WRECKAGE OF CAR60 PLANES
A 7-year-old girl from Brecken-
ridge died Thursday at 8 42 p in
just a-, she was being rolled into
a S.ui Antonio hospital alter be-
ing tlown lo the city tor treat-
ment of an apparently incurable
disease. She was Joyce Ann Siera-
During the tlight from Brecken-
ndge to San Antonio, the child t*>
came worse, arul Captain L. R
/•■rba made an unscheduled emerg-
ency stop at Junction to secure a
physician to attend the girl and
to take on more oxygen. The Con-
tinental plane left Breckenndge at
Hospital attendants said it's be-
lieved Joyce Ann was suffering
Hum a deficiency of gamma globu-
lin in her blood.
Joyce Ann was the daughter of
Mrs Odella Whitley. 800 South
Miller, her father, the lute Henry
She was under treatment of a . . . .,
specialist in San Antonio and had .lIl T I. *!-
f*en ill of this disease all of her
life She had undergone numerous
operations in her battle for life
36 Cuban Rebels
Refuse Food In
Jail In Texas
Cuban Rebels from New Yoi k are
continuing their hunger strike in a
Brownsville jail this morning. A-
lcng with four Ecuadorcans. all
are charged with conspiracy to vio-
late the I'mted Slates neutrality
After the men refused breakfast
Deputy Sheriff F. H Deven said:
"1 think they'll come around They
just think they've been deprived
SEIZED U S Custom Aqents and other law enforcement officers
inspect part of a bcitload of ,.rms se'/ed off Brrwns*i!l Tex., on
the banjnj decks at Port Isabel. Tex. A Coast Guard cutter rammed
the 70-foot fishing vessel Orin." out-bound for Cuba, and captured
36 Cuban rebels aboard. Those capturcd said they were headed for
Cuba to Je!i/er the arms to rebel leader Fidel Castro.
A Cost Guard cutter rammed
their 85-foot vessel about f> miles
off the lower Texas coast in the
She' was PKO Gulf of Mexico yesterday All the
in Patterson. N J., the family Workers were uniformed and
moving to Breckcnndge in 1951. .5* • , , r. , ..
Funeral service will be at 3 The vessel halted only altei L. .
o'clock Saturday afternoon, the agents pulled along side and board-
place to be decided upon on arrival _ "er-
of her mother, who accompanied
The man who described himself
Free World AwaHs Russ
By ASSOCIATED PRESSi chev's ideas is almost certain. In
The Hii.-muii parliament is back rising to his new job of govern-
her to San Antonio. Burial will be ' as t',c leader of the group. Ainaldo
in Hart Cemetery. ' Barron. sa;cl the men purchased
Survivors besides the mother. I arms and ammunition w ith 820.-
are one brother. Henry. Breeken- 000 which they had saved o\er a
ment head yesterday. Khrushchev
in se->swm today v nh the major
heduled t.ipic that of surpassing assumed a dual role giving him
tin- I nited states in farm prod.it- power equal to that of the late
tion For th«- record, the delegates dictator Stalin
.m considering plans put torth Important to the free world na-
t'ommum-t I'arty Bov, Niktta tions is a forthcoming speech, at a
Khiushche\ But when the talking time not announced, by Soviet For-
is finished, approval of Khruah- eign Min ster Andrei Gromyko. The
ridge, of the immediate family. Her
maternal grandparents are .Mr.
and Mrs. Lee Sanders. Brecken-
ridge. Her maternal grandmother
is Mrs Ann Sierakowski.
A Melton ambulance left Friday
morning to return the body to
Seven Persons Die
In New York Fire
period of months.
He said he was a friend of Cu- j
ban Rebel leader Fidel Castro and
that the United States had no right
to seize his men and weapons.
Barron said "the arms were those
with which we were going to de-
fend freedom, the fredom of not
only Cuba but of the world".
The group protested by going on
a hunger strike All also refused
food and coffee offered to prisoners
in Cameron County jail last night.
Ike's Oil Cut Is
Of Fate Deals
Death To 18
! i By ASSOCIATED PRESS*
Air Force investigators were sift-|
ing the scattered wreckage of twol
big cargo planes today, seeking!
possible clues as to why they col-l
luled in flight near Bridgeport, late|
I yesterday. I
The two Air Force planes ram-1
med together as dusk gathered yes-1
terday near the little north Texas [
| town and the crippled craft fell.
i All 18 servicemen aboard died.
in a strange turn ot the cards. 1
the planes apparently were seek-
ing greater visibility and salety
, by dipping below an overcast. T:icy
| were so low the occupants had no
chance to parachute.
One was a huge C-121 Globemas-1
ter based at Hill Air Force base
at Sail Lake City. Utah.
The other was a C-119 Cargo
plane based at Larswell Air Force
base at Fort Worth. 45 miles south-
east ot the crash scene.
I he Globemaster carried a crew
of 10. and five passengers pic.:cd
up at Kelly Air Force Base at Sail
i Antonio. The C-119 s crew iiumUer-
1'he Globemaster was en route
from Kelly Air Force base at San
WASHINGTON vf" — An emerg- would increase the deadly peril of Antonio to Tinker Air Firce Base
SPRING OFr wNSIVE —Labor un ens. d?manding a waae raise, rush a police cordon in front of the
Tokyo. Japan, post office during a labor "spring offensive" led by Sohyo. the General Council of
Japanese Trade Unions. Police were alerted to prevent incidents as postil workers, coal miners, and
private railroad union members staged strikes and workshop rallies throughout the nation.
JOBLESS PAY MEASURE WOULD
i GO BEYOND IKE'S REQUESTS
Four Admitted To
MimiiIkts of the But karoo golf
.•ml tr.ii k team leave tomorrow
morning to take part in their sec-
mid outing "I the year at the
illuebonct He-lays in Brownuood
Their firs! action of the year, held
la*t week in Stephens: lie. found
the- Buck goiters making a fine
showing while the track team was
ROCHESTER •*>—At least seven
pi . sons are known dead in an early
morning fire which swept through
a Rochester. New York apartment
dwelling Four of the victims were
children. Authorities said between i Stc i hens Memorial Hospital re-
30 and 10 persons lived in the 2l* ports lour admissions: Mrs. Ellen
surgical patient: S. G.
searching the ruins for possible Tarpiey. Henry Steele and Ray
Announcement that it is acting further victims. Three persons were Yarbrough. all medical patients.
hospitalized Ane. an inlant. was Dismissals were Ricky Swan and
placed on the danger list. Mrs J. W. Bishop.
talk has been listed as discussion of s(Qrv tranie building. Firemen are Karris,
a ban on thrmonuclear tests.
i alone to suspend H-bomb tests. Ob-
I servers say any such move by Mos-
cow would be designed solely tu put
the Soviets in the false light of
i world peace advocate and. at the
same tune, to discredit the L'mted
The latest word is that Gromy-
ko apparently will make the speech
sometime next week
The new Premier also is expec t-
ed to announce a new council of
ministers to replace the govern-
ment which resigned yesterday
along with former Premier Bulgan
U. S. Prepares Rockets To Go To Moon
llSSILES AND RADAR FRONTS
OFFER SPECTACULAR FUTURE
fBy ASSOCIATED PRESS*
The successful testing of a new ,
in. Khrushchev and Bulganin en-!radar system for destroyers which
to undertake three of the projects
and the Army to try one or two.
A report the firing of a satellite
led t>\ Glen Dixon and lus strong tered the parliamentary sessions to-1 reportedly increases the warning with a booster that would kick it
strong th.R morninB Aijd ,t ,s ^ dustallct. of an oncoming air attack to the moon may come as early as
speculated that Buiganir.'s demo- **>' 100 per cent has been disclosed
tion will find him no lower on the ''-v. "le .a.v-' , r. . ,
Soviet political ladder than a de- Rear Admiral Edward O Donuell
puty Premier : said at Newport. Rhode Island, the
Meanwhile South Korean Pres-'«*w radar '"creases the search
Breeken ridge golfers won third
place, onr stroke behind Paschal
and Arlington They arc counted on
to represent the school in fine fash-
ion at Brownwood
I) x.hi placed third in the shot
and fouith In the discus last week
to gather tour points in the meet
for the green and white
The track finals will be held
Seen Or Heard
by C. M. H.
Two biT deals on tonight—one
the Retail Merchants Association
dinner and the other the Little
League and Poriv League meeting
Members of the Federal Farm
Bureau Insurance Agency were in
session today in the Burch Hotel
No fi^e run. no arrest—both
Tom Moore president of Steph-
ens County Farmer* Cnion has
w i red Pres Eisenhower asking
that he sign the hill to freeze
farm price supports E. N.
Glover said he arrested three from
Cisco last night on < harge of hunt-
ing in i losed season Tele-
ident Syngman Rhee had ridiculed capability well beyond firepower,
prospects of any successful results | ^° ° ! details were given bc-
being achieved through another
summit conference with the Com-
munists Rhee said today in an in-
terview that the summit talk pro-
posal is only a delaying action to
to give the Soviet I'nion more time
to prepare for aggression.
cause of security reasons
The missile test center at Ca[>e
Canaveral. Florida, is ready to
launch moon rockets w hen they be-
come available. This assurance
came from Major General Donald
Y ates, test center commander, on
the heels of a Pentagon announce-
Showers Headed Arab Student Will
Toward Texas Speak On Sunday
A low pressure system from the
Pacific coast is moving into the
state and is expected to touch off
showers later today and tomorrow
in all portions.
At 7 o'clock this morning skies
Jed Warwar. an arab pre-med
student at Hardin- Simmons I'ni-
versity. will speak in the morning
Worship Services of the Bethany
Baptist Church. Sunday.
I Mr. Warwar came to America on
were partly cloudy to cloudy over I a scholarship from his home in Naz-
Texas. except in the El Paso area i areth. Israeli. He had attended a
where they were clear Southern Baptist School in Nazar-
Light drizzle was falling at Lub-1 eth. and was convereted to the
bock and Dalhart i Baptist Faith. After his gradua-
Raintall for the 24 hours ending tion at Hardtn-Simmons in June
at 6 o'clock included 13 of an inch j Mr. Warwar will enter Tulane Cui-
at Wichita Falls. 06 at Dallas and ! versity at New Orleans
US at Fort Worth. I The public is invited to at'end the
Overnight low temperature read- • service which will begin at 11' ■>'-
Phone call this morning said wild J"*" rarj*d from 35 degrees ,t Dal-1 clock The pastor of the Bethany
over eastern hart to 62 at Corpus Chnsti. i Baptist Church. Rev. Francis Du-!
Y esterday's highs ranged from j Bose, is leading revival services
45 at Dalhart to 81 at Presidio, at Groesbeck.
next August is carried by a Los
Angeles newspaper The Examin-
er-. The newspaper said the jet
propulsion laboratory at the Cali-
fornia Institute o f Technology
would undertake the project. This
laboratory' developed the Explorer
series of satellites.
Associated Press foreign news
analyst William Ryan reports that
vague hints suggest Soviet scient-
ists are working on something
spectacular. Perhaps, he adds, the
Russians have been trying and
failing wiih new launching at-
tempts. Or perhaps they plan to
time their new shot for a propitious
Ryan says that just in advance
of a summit meeting, it would
have an enormous propaganda im-
Ryan reports specultaion on So-
viet plans runs all the way from
manned devices or space platforms
to just another sputnik. Some edu-
cated guessing, he says, centers
on the possibility of a huge sput-
nik. perhaps up to five or six tons,
carrying a live creature.
The President's announcement of
■i cutback in imports into the L'nit-
ecl States is a disappointment to
those who had hoped lor real relief
!cr a sick oil industry with the
resulting "shot in the arm" to our
domestic economy". Lester Clark.
Breeken rid oil man. said today.
While the "Buy American Pro-
vision" may have some effect, the
net result of his failure to include
products and his inclusion of new
importers results in almost a
His action emphasizes the need
'hat mandatory controls be writ-
ten into law. Without such protec-
tion the domestic industry, and
especially the small producer, is
doomed. Years of conservation
practice and billions of barrels of
presently recoverable oil will be
lost to future generations of Ameri-
cans should Congress fail to rec-
ognize the urgency of concrete ac-
tion. Clark concluded.
President Eisenhower's tighten-
ing of the voluntary quotas on oil
imports has been called by most
Texas officials and oilmen as a
"nice gesture." But they say it
was completely inadequate and in-1 antf-rewsfsiin'^'highway""biiT
capable of slowing the flow of for-1 t() the President before the
Associated Press wires of | Easter recess. The measure, add-
toda;. said I ing SI. 800.000.000 to the nation's
The other Texans said the volun-1 i-uadbuilding program this year,
taiy quotas plan hasn t been vvas approved by the Senate late
working and they say that it will yesterdav
not work even though the Presi- The House already has passed
dent ordered non-complying com- a highway bill hut a conference will
panics be denied government con- [}e necessary to compose differ-
tracts. ences between the two measures.
Too little was the general opm- President Eisenhower declared
,on- last night deleat of his administra-
tion's international trade program
J ency jobless pay measure going
well beyond President Eisenhow-
er's proposal is being considered
i by House Democrats.
j The House ways and means com-
I mittee w hich hears labor secretary
Mitchell today on the President's
plan, is to study a way to pay
benefits to unemployed workers
who are not now entitled to jobless
pay of any kind. This plan, dis-
closed, by Chairman W ilbur Mills
would apply mainly to farm work-
ers. employes of small firms ex-
empted irom the present federal-
state program and other types of
jobs not now covered.
Of the 5.200.000 estimated un-1
employed in mid-February, about|
two million are not covered by
state unemployment insurance laws
and are ineligible for any benefits.
Mills, an Arkansas Democrat,
said the committee would consider
recommendations on what he term-
ed "the most feasible emergency
measures which might be suitable"
to aid workers now excluded from
The committee is not expected
to act before the middle ot April,
after Congress returns from an
Democratic leaders in Congress
hope to complete action on the
Communis and jeopardize the jobs at, Oklahoma City
of many Americans.
The President spoke at a dinner
of supporters ot the reciprocal
trade act and to a coast-lo-coast
The C-119 took oil from St ep-
pard Air Force Base at Wicliita
Falls lor Carswell
The planes fell within (500 yards
of each other in rugged scrub oak
He plugged hard for Cong res- country cut by ravines and gullies,
sicnal approval of his request for The C-124 burned fiercely. Pools
extension of the trade ac! for five ot molten metal glimmered aro.iud
years. He also wants authority to'the wreckage. The C-119 did not
cut tariffs as much as 25 per cent burn.
under present levels during that A Bridgeport man. Biil Carlton,
period. | was driving down a road w nen
! the collision occurred. He glanced
i up and later recalled. "It looKed
like great big flakes of sheet iron
Another Bridgeport man. C L.
Hill, saw the actual collision un-
der the overcast that was estimat-
ed as. low as one thousand teei.
llill said "the plane coming liom
the south hit the wing ot the one
from the east."
The Bridgeport High School, ath-
letic coach. Doyle liood. says an
tu .i u. .!■ ■■ explosion occurred in one plane
The spotlight will focus cn crip- iv.k...^ ,.V. ' ,
•minfv Uebrls 1111111 the C-124 spread over
an area a mile and a hall in all
Boys And Girls
To Sell Pins To
pled children when Stephens County
joins the rest of the nation in sett-
ing aside Saturday. March 29. as
National Crippled Children's Day.
Boys and girls will lie on the
street Saturday offering Easter
Lily lapel pins in support of this
and • movement.
The C-119 struck a plowed field,
missing a farmer. W. J. Mann, by
only a few feet, ft ricocheted into
a wooded a.ea. Maun was piow-
at a loss
I' rt ol Citj
v 14a t to do.
Jimmy Williams, who suffered
stroke day before yesterday that
affected hit left tid.e somewhat
improved this afternoon Jake
Wells Dorchased the Hale Nowlin vwyMVWMAWwwwvMWwwwwwvwwwwv/M
testing company of Abilene March SK*** of foreign and domestic *
Escaped Killer Is
Captured By FBI
BALTIMORE i.fi—An escaped kil- j
ler was arrested in Baltimore last
night 24 hours after his name had
been put on the FBI most wanted
Special agent James Kelly said
the man. 43 year old Eugene Rus-
sell MeCracken. gave up without
resistance He has been sought
since escaping from the Tennessee
State Prison in October 1955. He is
under a life sentence for the slay-
ing of a iwlice officer.
Body Of Missing
Girl Is Found
NEW BR9CNFELS ijf _ The
body of 4-year-old girl. Katherine
Diana Kirk, was recovered yester
Bib Of News Off Wires Of Today
Breeken ridge Little League ,-<nd
I'onv League officials have called
a meeting at 7 p. m. tonight, for
all officials, parents and pros pec- ,i_„ r„„„, ,1 r- r, -
tive players in the National Guard! ^.!™V_,h^Cluada,u^ R'Yer f!ear
Armory. The entire program for
summer baseball w ill be explained. ' "T-1,"
John Flatter, players agent, has J? "nl° . .
visited all of the ward schools S.he had b,,t,n mis.-dng sln(.e Sat.
to Issue cards for prospective u™ay afternoon. She was swept a-
u-nv uhtln «■ ,11,t In Ik.. L I..
Braunfels. She was the daughter
of Sergeant and Mrs. Joseph Kirk
_ A 19-vear-old incarnate word col , _ %atu,, „„
tV wi'l'operate' if ouTof her*"and 0,1 in Texas increased 180.000 bar-1 lege student. Helen Schumann, was players to fill out and return at way while wading in the river while
Winters Reouests for skatino I re,s- March 22nd. over the pre-j named Miss Fiesta at San Antonio the Friday meeting No new player on, a fl! hing party with her par-
nnk here beinq met by opening vlou* week The Bureau of Mines!last night. She will reign over San can be registered after the season fn
tonight of -ink ooerated by Ralph made the announcement yesterday.
Ball on Dunigan site west cl Miller1
Park- I Pint-sized actor Mickey Rooney
. , ' in bed with the flu. Rooney was
Ther,> will tie a meeting tomor- forced to pass up his act at a Las
row at 10 a m in Burch Hotel to Vegas Hotel last night.
draw up Hot Rod charter—inte-1
rested adults welcome to attend
Easter Seals sale has now
reached $459 with goal S3S0 ....
Parking lot south of Chevrolet
Company about ready for use
And. sometimes we feel like we
don t know nuttin'.
Thought For The Moment: An
empty stomach is not a oood po-
litical advser.—Albert Einstein.
The NATO Atlantic Commander.
Admiral Jerauld Wright, reports
an Increase in Russian Submarine
activity off the east coast of the
Actress Frances Farmer and ra-
dio-TV executive Leland Mikesell
have been married. It was the
3rd marriage for Mix Farmer.
Antonio Fiesta San Jacinto's fiesta
flambeau celebration next month.
is underw ay
Parents are especially invited to
• j be present.
The Cuban confederation of labor ! o
which claims one fifth of the Is- j U|«yUutMW Jiff It Tn
land's population as members says rll^flWOy VTOTn IO
labor won't join a general strike — " ~ ~
which Rebel leader Fidel Castro
threatens. Castro said yesterday
the strike would be calleid at any
Employ Many Men
In Los Angeles, burglars took S2.-
044 and 48 cents worth of power
tools from a lumber company. Be-
fore leaving they carefully rang up _
the exact sales price on the cash I highway systems "during the year
regitter. J starting July X.
WASHINGTON </f—Senator John-
son says the new highway con-
struction bill pa««ed by the Senate
yesterday would provide 46.000 jobs
He says Texas is entitled to 24
million dollars under the measure j
for federal primary and secondary
•M N. Co art Phone HI MU<
Considerable cloudiness throug'i
Saturday. Warmer tonight. Scat-
tered showers and thunder-
storms late tonight and Satur-
day. Low tonight around 50.
High tomorrow around 60. Low
last night 45. high yesterday 57.
Winds to bcccnc northerly Sat-
urday 18 to 30 miles p*r hour.
Of Blues Is Dead
NEW YORK i.fi—'The composer
of the jazz classic. "The St Louis
Blues." 84-year-old W. C. Handy,
died early today in a New York
The famous egro songwriter^
wijs taken to the hospital Sunda
from his home in Yonkers. New
York. He suflered a stroke three
years ago and had been confined
to his suburban home almost ever
Handy suffered pneumonia and
lapsed into a coma soon after he
was admitted to the hospital.
He had hoped to fly to St. Louis
April 7 for the premier of the
movie. St. Louis Blues, the story
of his life.
ment of moon survey vehicle pro-
The Air Force has been ordered
Houston Man Is
Sentenced To Die
HOUSTON —A 27-year-old man.
Alvin Charles Blankenship. showed
signs of emotion yesterday at
Houston as he was sentenced to
die in the ^lectric chair on May 9.
A jury gave Blankenship the
death penalty for robbery by fire-
arms last year. Blankenship shot
77-year-old Oscar Gilmore. a
nlghtwatchman. four times while
taking S2.930 from Busch Stadium
of the Texas Baseball League Hous-
ton Bulls in October. 1956. Gilmore
recovered and testified at Blank-
Traditionally designated each
year as the day betoie Palm Sun-
ing w ith a tractor.
the impact threw those aboard
the C-124 as lar as 200 yards. That
day. Crippled Children's Day cen- P'"ne landed 011 the Earl Gasper-
ters attention on the needs of son, lattt'h-
crippled children, and the wavs in ^,nt' woman, Mrs. Hex Bird, says
which they can be met. Hundreds ithe Pial""s apparently collided right
of Youngsters in Texas will bene-; ovcr *ler house. She said she-
fit trom this day which is being thought the planes were coming
sponsored locally by the Stephens 'trough the rooi.
County Society for Crippled Chil-' T*14' exPlo^i°n of the C-124 rocked
dren and Adults, in conjunction j Bridgeport, about lour miles away,
with the 1958 Easter Seal campaign! 0 —
which ends Easter Sunday, April | Wildcat Blows
Backed by Stephens County civic; LAREDO —A ,->outh Texas wild-
organizations, women's eiubs and
youth groups, the 1958 National
Crippled Children's Day pro-
gram will he filled with speeial
events to raise funds to provide
services needed by crippled chil-
The Stephens County Society for
Crippled Children and Adults,
g 1,655 Easter Seal affiliates
ol the National Society for Crippled
Children and Adults throughout the
nation in marking this, the fifth
annual observance of Crippled
cat oil test well which blew out
Wednesday night and caught fire
is unuer conuol today. Ine well
was only two feet short ol 14.(X)0
teei when it blew.
For peace of Mind - - - See
LNSLKANCE AGENCY Adv.
Want to to Eat Ham & Eggs
Tomorrow? Call Cockerell
Today. 9-3759 or 9-4401. —Adv.
Phone HI 9-4421 for Oxygen
Equipped ambulance service.
Siitmrkits Funeral Mama.
ytnr r r"ry~inrir>rirorinoor>0^
Today Final Date For Withdrawal
Of Three Crops From U. S. Reserve
WASHINGTON ^- Tinlay is the recently by Congress because the
filial date for farmers to withdraw j initial appropriation of half a bil
cotton, spring wheat and com land lic.n dollars was inadequate.
from the 1958 version of the acre-
age reserve of the 750 million dol-
lar soil bank program.
This withdrawal date applies only
to these farmers who have signed
actual contracts with the Agricul-
ture Department to retire acres
alloted them for production of
these crops this year in return for
Farmers who have been put on a
waiting list for participation in the
The Agriculture Department
issues a report today showing how
farm prices are taring during the
current economic recession.
The afternoon report compiles
prices farmers received in mid-
March for three dozen major farm
products, and prices farmers paid
lor goods and services.
Prices in mid-February increased
2 per cent over the mid-January
program need not make formal!level and reached a point 8 per
withdrawal because they have not ct'nt above one year earlier. Farm
signed agreements. The Depart-1 production prices advanced one-
ment is waiting for President Eis-|third of one per tent.
enhower to sign a supplemental ap- Officials said they expected to-
propriation bill providing 250 mil-1 days report to show that sliglitlv
lion dollars tn additional funds "to; higher prices prevailed in mid-
cover those on waiting lists who! March tor a number of important
still want to participate. commodities.
As soon as the bill is signed, the I Central market prices for grain;
Department will notify country j were highei than in mid-February
offices to sign agreements with So were beet cattle and ho s Ru
those on waiting lists. | prices of eggs and vegetable* werw
The additional funds were voted j somew hat lower.
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