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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 8 July 1931

WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY 8, 1931. PAMPA MORNING POST PAGE THREB Business And Professional Women Send Greeting To National Meeting POLKA DOTS HERE TUESDAY INITIAL PLANS MADE FOR GIVING PARTY Members of the cxccutivp board of the pampa Business and Profes- sional Women's club, meeting at the CHnary Sandwich shop for tt lunch- eon session yesterday, sent greet- ings by telegraph to the national federation of Business and Profes- sional Women's clubs now conven- ing in Richmond, Va. They sent the regards of the club especially to the national president, Miriam McClench, the international president, Lena Madesin Phillips, and the two members of the Pampa club who arc attending, Miss Ame- lia Miller, delegate, and Miss Clara Lee Shewmaker, the new president. Mrs. Prank C- Allison, finance [ chairman, proposed a bridge tourn j ament to be given for the benefit of the jClub, although no definite plans were made. The party will bo discussed at the next regular club | meeting, next Tuesday eve...

Publication Title: Pampa Morning Post
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 8 July 1931

IH A.W V V t %• W * •' V < PANPA MOBMNC PQfl WEDNESDAY MOANIMC. JULY ft. MM i r I;" II ,1 V* I ■ T ! i J f 5 I 1 1 : 1 f < f t I r I % ? s #j .v r- V' IS 1 1 1 1 | 1 EARNSHAW KUEVE SCHKLIIIGS VtCTDRY HI STIMULATE BOW GAME DCNKJ.IV pert* Writer) My 1. OW — lto* • decisive victory over Ybuac ftrlhllng was the biggest HlnJwf MM boning industry has received since the days when Jack Dempsey built the heavyweight championship into a pot of gold It also proved that Schmeling is a world's heavyweight champion In about every sense of the word, a ti- tleholder game and enduring. What- ever doubt there was—and there ap- peared to be plenty — concerning Schmellng's right to the title was convincingly dispelled by his achievement in battering the pride of the south into submission to the surprise of the boxing world Few titleholders had ever been so overwhelmingly picked to lost a fight as WM Schmeling up to the time be entered the ring to face Strife!ing ft could not be attributed to pers...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 8 July 1931

WEDNESDAY MORNING. JULY 8, 1931. $■1 a ty cHa^ULOJiCW^kt:] SYNOPSIS: Because Aim's hus- band, Bruce, has deserted her (or a gold mining venture, faUely accus- ing her of an affair with Pierre, the youth trails him to the desert, hap- ing to bring him back home. There, as he arrives unseen, he hears Bruce IhJI his companion how on the night of his flight he had detected the village bank cashier stealing $25,000 und had unintentionally killed him in taking the loot for himself. Be- cause in the fight Eruce had drop- ped a watch charm belonging to Ann's father, the older man. a bank employe, had been jailed for mur- der. Though Bruce's companion, Colorado Bill, is Pierre's father, the boy does not recognize him as he hears the pair quarrel over their water supply. Chapter 32 THE FATAL CANTEEN In the same instant that Donovan reached for his gun and called to Bruce to drop the raised canteen, Pierre appeared behind Donovan, climbing over the low wall of rock. .Donovan's attention was so...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 8 July 1931

. V •- «> •. s • U E'. ¥0 I i 1> Page six PAMPA MORNING POST ^IbNESDAY MORNING, JULY 8, 1931. D Classified * Advertising Rates Information AU Want Ads are strictly cut) tad are accepted over the phone with the positive underatandlnf that the account Is to to paid when our collector calls. FBONI YOU* WANT AO TO 666 or 667 Our courteous ad-taker will IVe your Want-Ad. helping AU*Ads 7or "Situation Want- '* "Lost and FVnmd" are cash order and will not to ac- tgSR you i £■ -&JV "I**™. w . Town advertlslnc, cash rifM?to^jaliiSy4al!*Want Ads jsns&sa&xsxx ' ition any copy deemed oto- fotlce of any error must to flven In time for correction be- fore second Insertion. . In case of any error or an omission (n advertlslnc of any nature The News-Post shall not to held liable for damages fur- ther than the amount received for such advertlslnc. NEWS-POST LOCAL RATH CARD CIVIC- T1VB MAT 1. Classified Advertising Is ac- cepted for consecutive publKa- tlons In both newspaper* L s.,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 9 July 1931

I V OL. 1, No. 181. %« MORNING EDITION of Th« PAMPA DA1L\ NEWS PAMPA MORNING POST Serving Pampa and Northeastern Panhandle J THE NEW PAMPA Fastest Growing City in Toxm; Panhandle Oil aud Wheat Center. A <AP) Features and Comics PAMPA, GRAY COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY MORNING, JULY 9, 1931. (Full AP Leased Wire) PRICE FIVE CENyi TERLING CALLS EXTRA SESSION EXAS PLANE PASSES OVER FAIRBANKS FOR REFUELING GERMANY'S CREDIT' UP HALF BILLION ■Robbins, Jones 4 Fly For Tokyo In'Fort Worth' It; BULLETIN FAIRBANKS, Alaska. July 8. (AP)—The monoplane Fort Worth, flying on a 5,100-mile nonstop mid-air refuel- Jfcing flight from Seattle to Tokyo, Japan, arrived over Fair- ijrbanks at 7:33 p. m. (11:33 p. m. CST) tonight. | Fighting head winds for the last 300 miles of their flight Reg Robbins and Harold Jones arrived here from Seattle Jt in elapsed time of 17 hours and 36 minutes. The air line 5>'j distance between the two cities is about 1,400 miles, but the fliers' course took them inland, no...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 9 July 1931

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 9 July 1931

THURSDAY MORNING, JULY 9, 1931. PAMPA MORNING POST PAGE THREB * * # * H> >(. * V V V •* * * BRIDGE PARTY AND BUFFET SUPPER HELD FOR GUESTS FORTY ATTEND E Mary And Martha Snead Hostesses At Dance FOR SUMMER f—rumnr nw i ■■in m% 9 # MESDAMES GUSSEN AND JACOBSON ARE HONOREES • • A buffet supper followed pleasant evening of bridge when Airy. Mi^ray Freundltth enter- tained Wednesday in her home here. Honor (umls tor the oc- casion were Mrs. N. Jacobwm of Mcruitou, Pa., who is vIkIUiik her daughter, Mrs. D. A. Pinkclsteln. and Mrs. Gusuen of San Antonio, who ifl the .guest of Mrs. Julius M. Stein. Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. Sam Fenberg, Mr. una Mrs. Frank Soodhalter, Miss Betty Sood- halter, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lazarus, Melvin Burns, Mr. and Mrs. J. NT. Stein, Mrs. Gussen, Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Finkelstein, Mrs. N. Jacobson. Mr. and Mrs. Milton C fay man, Sam dayman, Sid Weiss, Joe HI town, Mr. and Mrs. August A. Gordon, Mr. and Mrs. 1. Freeman, Ralph Denebeim, and Mr. and Mrs. Mu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 9 July 1931

V* % * %%%%-%4 % % % % % •■ % % v> V v \ i % % % % % 4 % % \*\ |M * M«iM v s m l • i • • t t ♦ • * • • • • * • 1 1 * * * 1 1 1 *(| -• -1'' c> %' • • • i * 9 • i J #* J I i I I I I ■>' f '• | I ( f ;i.v It PAGE POUR -* PAMPA MORNING POST THURSDAY MORNING, JULY 9, 1931. PHILADELPHIA WINS RUBBER GAME WITH WASHINGTON JTHLETICS SIX MO HALF LUD MICKEY'S MODEL —By Pap NATIONAL LEAGUE grove credited with seventeenth win for season WASHINGTON, July 8. '/TV- Philadelphia tfx>k a commanding lead to the American league race today, winning the odd game of the serte wttbWaifatogtan, 6-3. with a savage lint Inning aatault. The nh*««plnni left Washington with a six and a half game hold on first place. pour runs were collected by the Athletics in the opening frame Tfe- fore Lloyd Brown settled down. Washington peclfed away constant- ly at Grove's slant* and filled the baaia to the second and fourth In- nings. iEt Philadelphia ace how- ever bore down in the plnchos, mixing his speed ball ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 9 July 1931

(THURSDAY WARNING, JULY 9, 1931. PAMPA MORNING POST PAGE FIVH Classified Advertising Rates Information All Want Ada are strictly caan and are accepted over the phone with the positive understanding that the account Is to be paid when our collector calls. PHONE TOUR WANT AD TO 666 or 667 Our courteous ad-taker will rcceivc your Want-Ad, helping you wora «. All Ads for "Situation Want- ed." "Lost and Found" are cash with order and will not be ac- cepted over telephone. Out-of-Town advertising, cash with order. The News-Post reserves the right to classify all Want Ads under appropriate headings and to revise or withhold from pub- lication any copy deemed ob- Jecticffiable. Notice of any error must be ?lven in time for correction be- ore second insertion. In .case of any error or an omission in advertising of any nature The News-Post shall not be held liable for damages fur- ther than the Amount received for such advertising. NEWS-POST LOCAL RATE CARD EFFEC- TIVE MAY 1. Classified Adver...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 9 July 1931

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 10 July 1931

MORNING EDITION of Th« PAMPA DAILIl NfiWS PAMPA MORNING POST Serving Pampa and Northeastern Panhandle J THB NEW PAMPA Fastest Growing City la Texas; Panhandle Oil and Wheat Center. \ VOL. 1, No. 182. (AP) Features and Comics PAMPA, GRAY COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY MORNING. JULY 10. 1931. (Full AP Leased Wire) PRICE FIVE CSNTV DKLA.CITY FIELD CLOSING DOWN r i ir■ $ TEXAS MEN ABANDON TOKYO TRIPLowOilPrice iwuss0un1 favors disarmament ^ferjtoisout 4next february M SECRETARY STIMSON TALKS WITH DUCE if ON MATTERS GIBSON IS APPOINTED r I HOOVER SENDS FRIEND M TO LONDON PARLEY ON MORATORIUM El Paso Judge Fines Himself Dollar Bill EL PASO, jniy 9. (4*)—Corpo- ration Judge Charles Windberp, Jo., who has fined hundreds for violating traffic regulations, to- day heard his name called in his own court. "What is Ihe charge." he ask- ed. "Overpnrking." replied the clerk. "I plead guilty," said the judge. "I forget about the car." "And I tagged it," said Traffic Officer Ryan. "Fine is $1," said Jud'ie W...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 10 July 1931

1 9 FRIDAY MOKNINC, JULY tt, t*M. #1 | by Don Flowers •V : '• ' ■ '*"; 1 ' V*l '* PAMPA MORNING POST w*-1^ *" PUNA DANE S55S5E" ih (nm r« U. a Paw* OJto Settling Down ISXSKSSa^ PUT MBLP OS 0UH.D */MV $WlilO I GXC0T MaifC OP VOUfc ILF? KF=0BBW rt® SI4 1M* THIfiff pypwirr OR. ■MLVS6 OK «ATBN ITS SC4LLV PON, IS. DON* NMANT ID US PMVLUS. DON'T \<cy m AfOWT TMOflS A IWUINfi SVPSRIKNCC 11—iiiiM' Htftr ■ BMHrr evr Puvu-ia CAN'T RJBMT UEQ _ . SOCIAL dM0IN! Vetowena KSSP * S4IS* VSCAM ' W A "*** "C'fW11 W ■" jr. w: Tfczfr:: • E55.W 7... i/t- *< 8*v' by Bruce Berr ROLLO ROLLINGSTONE I Trtdmark BegtoUiKl •. runt He Wat Experienced! STERLING STIRS UP TROUBLE 1 • I f.. ( l • mi TM A P. A Governor Sterling is the victim of attacks from, all parts Of the state by Ids official acts recently. The chief execu- been in a quandry over the oil situation for some -*** -w''the fanners of West Texas are jumping on him Lubbock Avalanche says: IQm Governor Sterling vetoed the $800,000 boll-worm eenpeaa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 10 July 1931

• # FR]DAY MORNING, JULY 40, 1931. PAMPA MORNING POST CIRCLES I METHODIST W.M.S. tfOLO MEETINGS WEEK-END TRIPS ALSO ARE OF INTEREST TO MANY * 1| NOBLBTTB, July 9.—Numerous Noelette residents are returning from early summer vacation tripe. Pishing and sight-seeing have been enjoyed, and some have spent their vacations visiting relatives. Anthony Johnson has returned to his home In Hot Springs, N. M. af- ter an extended visit with his sister, Mrs. D. P. Turnell. M*. and Mrs. J. R. Stansell and children and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Batchlear and baby spent Sunday visiting relatives in Twitty. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Carlson and Bpn, MUq, and Mrs. John Rush and children, Letha and Jimirte, left Friday for a month's visit in Cha- nute, Kan. Mrs. E. I. High and Mrs. Joe Handle were railed to Drumright, Okla. due to the illness of their mother. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Chambers and daughter, Mary Jane, spent the week-end in Tulsa visiting Mr. Chambers' mother, Mrs. William Fisher. Mr. and Mrs. Carson Watt...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 10 July 1931

mr *■*■ ■ * w«-* ' • •• * * ■* * I PAGE POUR PAMPA MORNING POST FRIDAY MORNING, JULY 10, IMIt YANKEE ROOKIE SUBDUES PHILADELPHIA SECOND TIME PITCHES FOR T GEHRIG LEADS ATTACK ON CHAMPIONS WITH HOMER, DOUBLE HEW YORK, July 9. (/O-Vtrnon "Lefty" Gomes, the Yank rookie who broke the Athletics' string of 17 consecutive victories not lone ago, had the champions at his mercy again today and the Yankees won the first game of the series, 0-4. Gomez gave up only nine hits, six of which came in the test two,In- nings. LeRoy Mahaffey, who started for the A's, was knocked out of the box lnj the seventh, when the Yanks scored five runs. Lou Gehrig was the big gun in the winners attack, driving in five runs with a double and his twenty-first home run of the year. PHILADELPHIA AE R H O A E Bishop, 2b 1 9 0 4 9 Williams, 2b . .... 2 1 2 9 9 9 Haas, cf . 4 1 1 1 9 9 Cochrane, c - 4 9 9 3 1 9 Hevlng, c -. 1 9 1 1 9 9 Simmons, if - 4 1 1 3 0 9 Pww, lb - 2 0 1 11 0 9 Miller, rf 4 0 1 3 0 9 Dykes, 3b 4 ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 10 July 1931

[FRIDAY MORNING, JULY 10, 1031. PAMPA MORNING POST PAGE FTV* Classified Advertising Rates Information All Want Ads are strictly cud tod are accepted over the phone with the positive understanding that the account Is to be paid when our collector calls. raONK YOUR WANT AO TO 666 or 667 Our courteous ad-taker will receive your Want-Ad, helping you wore it. „ All Ads (or "Situation Want- ed." "Lost and Pound" are cash, with order and will not be ac- cepted over telephone. Out-of-TDwn advertising, cash with order. The News-Port reserve* the right to classify all Want Ads Under appropriate headlnga-and to revise or withhold from pub- lication any copy deemed ob- jectionable. Notice of any error must be given in time for correction be- fore second insertion. In case of any error or an omission (n advertising of any nattuv The News-Post shall not be held liable for damages fur- ther than the amount received for such advertising. NEWS-POST LOCAL RATE CARD EFFEC- TIVE MAY 1. Classified Adver...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 10 July 1931

BP In PACE SIX PAMPA MORNING POST FRIDAY MORNING, JULY 10, 1931. Q | ! i T ■K IS I II COLUMN— Continued from page 1 at reader*, the Fampan k free mt ehifger trouble now. Jwt which «f the tmral rewedie. Mai ware effective he doee not kaw. CUfitr-Utten cltUern wall da well to try «ome of the ataata mentioned in thb column raatardajr. . . . C. H. Walker de- dans that he to rarpriaed that ■a aae haa mentioned the "beet" ft to poke root Julee— wltli the poke mImI Ha nay* it will kilt or rare, I that II reeembles carbolic acid. Bat wouldn't we get more chlgger. while hunting poke .root? We that Judge Ivy Duncan Hut Price Difference Wheat in the Spearman-Perry- toft territory to bringing as much as 7 cents more than local wheat. Asked why this was so. local dealers gave two reasons: 1. Cheaper freight rates to Kansas milling points where much of the wheat is ship- ped, and 3 premiums for high pro- tain content. This paragraph of the Port Worth grain report may be enlightening: "While the q...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 11 July 1931

MORNING EDITION of Tta« PAMPA DAIH NEWS PAMPA MORNING POST Serving Pampa and Northeastern Panhandle J THE NEW PAMPA ^ Fastest Growing City in Texas; Panhandle Oil aud Wheat Center. VOL. 1, No. 183. (AP) Features and Comics PAMPA, GRAY COUNTY, TEXAS, SATURDAY MORNING, JULY 11, 1931. (Full AP Leased Wire) PRICE FIVE CENTS OPERATORS TALK OIL SHUTDOWN I HOOVER ATTACKS SHORT SELLING WHEAT SPECULATORS NEW YORK CRIME WITNESS MURDERED BEFORE TESTIFYING West Texas To Consider Plan Till Good Price EXPECTED TO Pardon Board Affirms Death EXAMINE RECORDS DOCK ENGINEER FOR PROOF TO TELL IT DLL CI T I Z E N S COMMITTEE IS INVESTIGATING CROOKEDNESS NEW YORK, July to. MP)—A hint of murder crept it fo the police investigation tonight of circum- stances under which Traugott F. Keller, chief engineer of the dock department, died under a subway train a few minutes before he was to have appeared before the state's committee investigating city affairs. h Whether Keller fell, jumped or Pwas pushed under th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 11 July 1931

FACE TWO PAMPA MORNING POST j I I I | 1 1 \ t 5 # i $ K I Ik si i I F [ ' tl n t Duly Crow-word DIANA DANE There's Something Going On Here SATURDAY MORMING, JULY 11, 1931. by Don Flowers f SatatiM «f VMUrtayt U'JQBLJ Wrsn QQIifr ilECJB W3U15 jnzi -ia nno Marjl I.thlwj 'ifloanufi:-:1 tti'JU ziaa UHI3 Jfla EHi r :rjjnnnaaa ij ) ^ jr iv n'^usi Tjrj'j ■ lamanunuLi VJ : Uf JH 10U J'Jtf jUlii Ji3Qu i**-Tf-T"!Jr33'i aaaac*-) 'ion-j oaaa □□ubti Tinnd aaan fj^aQ aaari faaaaa U. L«rgnt l#£E* sr&r- li IV9 iM li Cm it! tar ll Tnrdoat wit . Tr U. Orodat: j «*. Ohm UfU H. K)rd' ! ii. Iwui -af IC^KS MUiaa ii TV«* U>te( tt- WtthwW m. *:* DOWN 1. PMT-.lt ttiuadM 1- <1m4 c*««riaf «. l n t C. H-h* «*• pa MR. OSWALD PLUMP r.C ^ MODEST MAIDENS ffg not the heat. It's the staftidfty! vs'il uate it's a neat THIS UUT JOfl^TOO, CAD BULT M A JlFFVJ Diana. ~ \T 04TJA4/? I JUST S V A WOTPttlKT ON THC o SMATTCG. BCACM SAOC TWECE DIANA? 7^ MBV POOLSV, COME ON WrrW TMOSC COMIN Ul> mb. Dane. yA BEEN TW...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 11 July 1931

* /• / r s+1 SATURDAY MORNING, JULY 11, 1931. PAMPA MORNING POST PAGE THRES ILEANA AND AiNTON MAY BE LINDBERGHS OF EUROPE F • • HE GIVEN AT 115 ROYALTY IS PREPARING LBCAL TWELFTH BIRTHDAY IS OCCASION FOB PARTI! CHARMING PRINCESS IS ANTI-FLAPPER TYPE By CHARLES S. SMITH (Chief ol Foreign Service of The Associated Press) Princess Ileana'tt approaching wedding 'is awaited witli interest by an admiring world. And the Interest is not because .she has the blood of the llolienzollerns and the Romanoffs and the Winders in her veins. It is not because she Is a beauli- J ful princess who will have u royal i wedding' attended by so muuy figures who have been prominent in the melodramatic snarl in which King Carol has involved the Ru- manian royal family of recent years I Zai\a"jo Cunx'^rr Walter Brown, The world admires Xleana for her M|.s j p d Curry Mlss Mar> wholesome personality, lor her love I B||rk und the ll0st^. ot outdoor activities and the tinsel- fish and democratic manner in Whi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Pampa Morning Post — 11 July 1931

(ACfcFOUfc PAMPA MORNING POST SATURDAY MORNING, JULY 11, 1*31. 1 f I ( 11 I P ? i I I- I '* | B I jfc m J I* P. S!! v, 1 f i-flK |> 1 i! BREAKS FOURTEEN INNING TIE FOB VICTORY ILD PITCH IN FMML felSHOP AND SIMMONS EARN CLOSE GAME FOR ATHLETICS 4 t BW YORK. July 10. (4V-For the enth time this season the New rk Yankees engaged In an cx- •Innlng conflict today and for _ sixth time they went down In feat as the Philadelphia Athletics t them out, 8-6, in 14 innings, ttax Bishop's triple m the 14th, wild pitch by Ed Wells, AJ Sim- mons' single and a triple by Jimmy Ttykx, gave the champions their margin of victory. Big George Earn- shaw, who relieved Walberg in the ith. held the Yanks scoreless the five extra innings. The two Yankees up in the 14th hit tfely, but Earnshaw forced the next tiiAter to pop up and then struck but the next two to end the contest W{th a flourish. PHILADELPHIA ABRHOAE tttfiop, 3b 6 2 12 6 6 2 13 0 7 2 3 13 1 7 14 10 1 0 3 0 3 6 0 0 1 0 5 0 0 5 2 5 0 0 2 2 8 10...

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