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   Zanesville Signal, The (Newspaper) - June 21, 1934, Zanesville, Ohio                               ZANESVILLE VOL. No. 45 SLAYS FARMER WHO INTENDED TO BE HUSBAND Groom Got Drunk and Advanced On Bride FINAL EDITION COSHOCTON GIRL Lark of Hunting Hus- band Results In Mur- der Charge Being THURSDAY FINAL EDITION THREE CENTS June 21. A lit- tle glove factory Lcona accused of fought back as the sat in Jail today th ink- ing of loyal mother who came to her aid. ot her mother's visit crowded her mind us she half to didn't mean to kill 1 just wanted him to leave me Mrs. Nettie 52-year-old widow and mother of twelve chil- hurried here from O when she heard that was in Leona clinging to the bars of her told her mother about killing the 61-year-old John Who was to be her or- der husband I didn't mean she said as her breath caught and her blanched. was awful Just before X was to marry him he got awful drunk. He came at me. and I shot him. But I didn't mean to. I Just wanted him to leave me had to get CYCLONIC STORM LEVELS CROPS IN FOUR THREE MISSING Evidence Must Be Produced Or Poder jay Will Be Freed Foreign Officials Refuse to Detain Him Unless Mur- der Connection Disclosed Soon who never before boy wanted she and a real home of my She decided for to answer an. adver tlsement in a marriage bureau add after several letters had pass- ed between sent her bus fare to come here from marry him. Coshocton and Denies Guilt In Hold-Up Attempt Accused of holding up Chauncy Jackson and attempting to rob h of Lando pleaded not guilty and waived preliminary ex- Unperturbed even though she fel certain five detectives hired by he five she call ed among the passengers Mrs. Clendenin Ryan. the former Countess Marie Anne von Wunn is shown as sh sailed from. New Yorfc to visit he mother in Vienna. She'll return with in few weeks to fight the annul ment suit of her heir t aflB.OOO.COO. INDUSTRY WILL DROP NRA CODE Cleaners and Dyers Say Price Fixing Necessary to Operation June the many problems of the NRA today was added to do with industries where price stabilization has been abandoned and which now claim they cannot pay code wages or maintain code hours. The problem became more acute today when the cleaning and dyeing New were baffled today in their to link Ivan Poderjay defi- nitely with the disappearance of Ag- nes C. Tufverson. New York and De- troit missing since Dec. sixteen days after she married the International at the Little Church Around the Corner. Vienna holding at the request of New York threatened to release him unless in- dictable and extraditable charges were brought against him. New York seeking evidence to confirm their belief that Miss Tuf- verson had been could find no substantial proof. Gradually they accumulated scraps of aU interesting and each holding the possibility of leading to more definite clues. Each bit of information was checked to its fullest extent. Among the facts collected by New York police within the past 24 hours were 1. They believed they had learned where Poderjay purchased the trunk big enough to hold a which he guarded on a voyage to h-urcpe. 2. They established that it was Poderjay not Miss Tufverson who told their maid not to report for work last Dec. but to come back the following two days after the newly married couple's honeymoon trip to Europe was suddenly cancelled in a violent quarrel. 3. They learned that a few days before Miss Tufverson's disappearance Poderjay was overheard talking in German with three men outside their apartment. It was understood they were discussing money. 4 It was learned that Poderjay had not booked passage on the S. S. Ham burg which sailed Dec. even hough he took Mi to Tufverson to he pier presumably to start their oneymoon. They believed the plan or a voyage was a subterfuge and hat Poderjay precipitated the quar- el to cancel it. 5. They learned that Miss Tufver- shortly before her marriage to had made a transfer of her Turn to Page under bond. He was arrested Wednesday after- a trttok driver for the 8. Welier reported that ha had been held up by an armed whose face was cover- ed by bandages. Jacksoh said he was returning to the plant witto be- longing to other employes of the ler company. He had cashed their checks at a downtown and was returning with the The rob- ber fled when Jackson refused to hand him the on Sptirck Dornnon's home Is He customarily de- day. to plant employes eaih Son of President Objects to Pictures June and Mrs. ft. and baby daughter passed through Cleveland last changing from an Ameri- can Airlines plane to a New York Central train to continue their ney from Fort to N. bounded from the plane and mauled his fist at a photo- grapher who snapped him. shouting that there would be no pictures. He grabbed the photographer by the arm kept liift wife and beby on the plane vntil tht picture takers with- drew. Spectators recognised Slllott Roose- velt who turned tc escort the former Rufch Oogglns and their six-weeks-old Ruth Chandler from the plane From Poughkeepeie they were going to Hyde Park where Pres- ident and Mrs. Roosevelt today were to get their initial view of their youngest granddaughter. C R. in whose name the are is vice presl- of the airline. and workers announced withdrawal of its code. The laundry industry abandoned tho Blue Eagle several days ago. Both- industries told a similar story They wanted to continue under a coda but could not because trator Hugh S Johnson had taken price-fixing away and had failed to enforce the trade agreement The price feature was dropped from all service codes because the NBA had constant complaints and felt it was impossible to enforce. Today the trade executive commit- tee of the cleaning and dyeing in- dustry declared flatly that labor benefits of the code could not be continued without stabilization It charged Johnson with continual of promises and assurances of challeng- ed his power to withdraw fair trade practice and price provisions without their and recited great bene- fits b-oiight by the code to the trade. to labor and to the public. The codes natirm-wide schedule Of minimum prices has been con- stantly under attack since the pact was sljrned by the president lost No- vember. Although the committee claimed 97 anxious per cent of the trade was willing and to comply with trade practice NRA official have been harassed with com- plaints of code violations except hours and collective bar- gaining and anti-child labor clauses was suspended Army Air Corps Plans Spectacular Flight June Smarting under criticism heaped on It while It flew the the arn.y o-ir corps is planning a spectacular massed flight from Washington to Alaska prove its Hying it was icvealed today. Detailed plnns have not been drawn up but the flight will have three prl- ma ry objectives To demonstrate massed Hying abilities of army air corpa pilots who had only a modi- cum of success in flying the good will promotion between the United States and and a thorough testing of tho efficiency of the 12 Martin bombers to bo flown It understood 4O air rorps officers and men will participate in the flight. Brig aen Oscar assist- ant chief of the air has been suRgestcd to lead tho flight but it has not definitely decided whether he will do so. Three weeks ago all of the code TURN TO PAGE 4 And Read CHAPTER ONE Of OUT OF MY New Serial By SOPHIE KERR THE In SIGNAL Search For Leader In Gigantic Swindle Chicago. June dis- trict attorney's office and poeUi in- spectors today began a search for Fred V. charged with one of the most gigantic swindles in years. according to Assistant Dis- trict Attorney Warren Canaday fleeced between 200 find 300 victims of several million dollars by using the name of Cardinal Catholic In tOie sale of fake Among tho victims were 40 Cath- olics one of whom reported he lost to Pearson. authorities Is wanted in West Ohio and Indiana. File Protest Against Hubbell's Candidacy O June 21 against the candidacy of H Hubbcll for tho office of governor wna filed with Secretary of State George S Myers today by Attorney Britton S. Portage Johnson asked that Hubbell's name be removed from the ballot because tho Inttcr had failed to make declar- ation of his candidacy upon the re- verao of a number of petition papers of State Myers said that tho case had been taKen under con- Alderation. A preliminary check show- ed that about of the petitions had not been made out he aald. Reach Agreement On B and L Legislation Columbus. June With last major tc proposed remedial building and loan legislation definitely th senate committee today re turned proposed laws to conference to poiirti off rough edges Tbe calculated to bring cast to depositors and revivification t building and loan were pre sented to standing committees of both houses and .o and loan y committee definitely decided to wipe out the highly controversia provisions calling for elimination o This compromise represented ft fi nal effort to get the laws in shape they will pass the leglslatur delay and without an damaging major accord ing to Chairman Paul Yoder of th special committee Votes from the standing commit tees will be called for next Tuesday Yoder said The legislative program will then be turned over to the gen eral assembly in its special session called for June 27. Government to Offer Reward For Dillinge Washington. June of a reward for the cap ture of John notorious out by the department of Justice vva expected shortly when it was learn today that a list of U S 'jmbn being compiled. Legislation enacted by the past con gresa authorized the attorney genera to designate whlc automatically would put a price o their heads. It was considered cer tain that Dillinger woxild be on th and probably would receive th No. 1 designation. It also was revealed In connectlo with the government s antl-crltn drive that a reduction In approprla tlons probably would force the justlc department to give up its armore cars. First Prostration As Summer Arrives The flrst heat prostration of the was reported here on the first day of summer Howard Chnndleiavllle. was over- come while working for the Dunz- wollor Construction company on the Chnndlersvlllo road Ofttewood tfcken to Bethesda hospital Thursday afternoon for treat- ment. His condition not deter- mined early thin afternoon Tho mer- cury nbovo the fKKdegree mark Sally Rand Taboo N June 21 Theatrical submitted today to 4 church embargo on re- moving the fnn dancer's rmmo from Husband's Gift Was Too Obviou June 21 Mrs. Eu bie Biddlford Powner thinks that he Wlllard E. Chlcag was a bit too obvious whe he selected her birthday gift The she alleges In a dlvorc action was Hundred an One to Commit When counsel for Powner aske Mrs Powner If she had forced hi sh replied he prcferre sleeping with the dog husband to sleep with the SHIP IS SUNK AND 5 DROWN 975 Vacationists Aboard Liner That Hit merged Rock On Trial for Clubman's Murder AWAIT ANSWER STEEUMS Secretary Perkins Keeps in Close Touch With Strike Problem June retary of Labor Prances the dynamic woman entrusted by Presi- dent Roosevelt to bring peace in the turbulent steel today await- ed an answer from the plant owners on labor's peace proposals. She revealed that she had placed the four point peace offer before the American Iron and Steel Institute both mail and but that she had not received a reply be- cause they probably want to think it Coolly preparing for all eventuali- ties if steel barons and workers can- not reach an Miss Perkins armed herself with details of the new Labor dispute measure empowering President Roosevelt to create an ar- bitration board or boards to settle labor controversies. Miss Perkins obtained the infor- mation from NRA General Counsel Donald Richberg and Sen. Robert P New in a series of She next June liner which struck submerged rock off the coast with 975 German holiday-makers and a crew of 280 turned over and sank at 8 a. m. today. The known loss of life five with about 12 persons fully injured. Many others suffered from exposure A complete check had not been and it was be- lieved possible there might be a few other casualties After the Dresden went only a small portion of her side was visi- and it was feared the North German Uoyd liner was a total loss. Of the five women victims of shipwreck marked by absence ol panic and a maximum of good dis- four drowned when a davit rope of the first lifeboat broke. The ttfth died in a hospital here of in- juries Most of the rescued passengers were suffering from Only 12 were believed to have injuries of consid- erable extent. All the members of a Nazi gov- ernment vacation party for industrial were sheltered In peasants' and fishermen's schools and other havens along the coast between here and after their res- cues by the Norwegian steamships Bang KingHarald and Crown Princess which responded to the Dresden's SOS last night during the dinner hour The North German Lloyd liner sent from Bremen as soon as it was known the Dresden was was on its way to collect them and take them home. The passengers were at the ship's orchestra when there was a frightening the ship shud- dered and began to list. Everyone knew what had ed but there was no panic. The pas- sengers proceeded in orderly manner LAKE REGIONS STORM SWEPT New Torments Added to Sec- tion Already Suffering from Drought Because Police Chief Morris Beck refused to believe Brad way wealthy and socially prominent had committed suicide in his N. J Adam Szewcaafc is facing trial for the man's murder. The accused traced by Beck an automobile license is shown being led to the opening of his trial at Mount N by Beck and Pete Horner BRAIN TRUST IS DEFENDED Roosevelt Cheered Wildly Af ert To Attend Races SPEND ON APARTMENT Improvements planned b Wellers Show Faith City's Future the president when he week ency posts. She that there wa. a deadlock in While awaiting a reply from the American Iron and Steel Miss kins in close touch with Wil- A president of the'Ain- erican Federation of and a member of the Amalgamated Associa- tion of Steel and Tin Workers' executive board To obta in a complete picture of the situation. Miss Perkins notified Patrick J Pa head of the left wing steel and metal work- that she would be to hear your organization's version of the steel situation No date for the con- ference was fixed. Miss Perkins described her role as that of an rather than a She indicated details of negotiations would not be reveal- ed in order to aid in bringing about an understanding. 20 women stepped into the first from the davits- It was lowered just before It Denounces Racketeering In Labor Disputes O June 21 Rftcketceerlng and said to have grown out of labor disputes dur- ing the past few months in all parts of tho were denounced here today by Joseph B assistant U. 3 attorney general. Since the government sanctions and encourages organized it Is particularly interested In all matters involving labor.' Keenan said present especially as It af- tecu labor a very deplor- able one unions must learn to both give raid take There is absolutely no excuse Tor racketeering such aa has been evident in Cleveland and other cities Keenan. directing head of the gov- ernment's crime and racket combat here from Washington to address the ftjnnunl banquet of the National Association of Purchasing Johnson to Tour Juno 21 covery Administrator Hugh S John- son will depfltt July 10 for A nation- wide speaking tour. It was announc- ed He will visit fifteen ma- discussing nil of the Bank Robbed by Bandits In Overalls June bandits garbed In overalls today rob- bed the West Unity Banking West 40 miles west of of The trio was believed headed to- ward in an automobile with license plates which were stolen from a resident of Delphoa and which had been cancelled. W E said the men entered the bank at 9.25 drew revolvers and forced three other employes and a customer to lie on the floor while they took the money from the cash drawer Most of the bank's funds in the protected by a time lock A resident of West unity told police that the men fled in a dark green Ford bearing the stolen li- cense Obio 135-382 Ohio Employment and Payrolls Increase June 21 further Increase in Ohio employment and payrolls In May as with April was reported by Secretary of Francis Perkins today. The Increase in Ohio employment ns applying to 5.707 Industrial estab- Amounted to 2 1 per cent The increase in payrolls for the same period totalled 1 8 per cent The firms reporting to the labor depart- ment showed total employes of 000 with an average weekly payroll of Industries showing major increases In employment were tile and terra blnst steel etc sawmills structural Iron steam machine electrical machinery railroad repair and rolling mills ______ reached the water supporting rope -broke find the boat capeiaed. The in their were picked up by the King Hftraltl. little Trend- heim and brought here Four of them were dead. A fifth died in a hospital later A second lifeboat capsized when It fouled a propellor at the rising stern. All its passengers were cued. __ King the crown Prin- cess and the King Haakon arrived shortly afterward and took aboard all passengers and those of the crew not needed. Widely Known Writer Succumbs In Florida New June 31 York relatives today received word that Thome widely known writer of humorous had died last night in Smith was probably the most suc- cessful of contemporary with six or seven books in print at the time. Some his home popular were and recovery program Arid re-selling thfr to the American Bishop's 'Top- don course. In The per Takes a Smith was born in 1802 at the Naval Md. His father was commander James Thorne who was supervisor of the port of New York during the war. En Route To New With President June 21.- of state occupied the attention of President Booseveit to- day as he steamed leisurely toward the of the Yale-Harvard boat races Aboard his yacht Sequoia. Mr. Rooaevelt turned toward London from New where yes- terday he received an honorary degree from Yale university and defended the use of the brain trust as neces- sary in American A mass of administration bills that await his signature and fed- eral documents requiring study and were In the cabin of the trim Sequoia. The chief executive planned to devote almost the entire day to their disposal. Another batch of White House mall and the last minute were awaiting his arrival in New Lon- don which was scheduled for shortly before sundown Advisers were hope- ful he would be able to decide upon them in time to have the greater pan of tomorrow free for the races which Franklin will be a third son of the presi- dent and Mrs. rows stroke on the Harvard freshman eight. The president plans to follow the course of the race from a vantage place In one of the small Judges boats that wUl trail the shells on the New Lon- Arrest Suspect In Watchman's Slaying Columbus. June slaying of Sam nlghtwatchman Pants early gated by police Miller. 75-yeaJT-old of Hercules was investi- here. Strike diffi- culties were settled at the plant yes- terday. Miller was found by a patrolman in the boiler room of the factory ft'lth his head crushed. A bloody two by four the murderer's found near the body. police arrested Marshall an ne was climbing in the building by a side door. He said he was get- ting some tools. Turley had been discharged Sunday by officials of the plant for causing disturbances among the strikers cting the Turley had been drinking according to Coroner E. E Smith and blamed Miller for his be- ing discharged. Coroner Smith said that a charge of murder would be placed against Turley. _____ Dashing Young Swain Jails His Girl but Wins Her Hand Brother-in-Law Objects to Wedding So He Has Girl Arrested in Order to Rescue Her W Va June 21 H. a dashing swain from Wolfe had his bride today after throwing her in jail to mary her. A days after AlKire ob- tained a license to marry Laura Carpenter he came back to the local courthouse and wanted his money back. brother tn law Is guarding he explained won't let me sec her I love and ftho loves but It doesn't do any good grinned the clerk. oufcht not to Rtve up that cuslly thought long and deeply. At length he went to police head- quarters Mtsw Laura he cant do that without a wiutant. Alklre told his story and asked for help she love a police- man asked. -Yes indeed sir. loves me very much all the when her brother in law Is States and county officers went Into a huddle. A minor charge was the warrant and Laura brought In Jail Alklre hurried to the Jail with A wedding dress. Attorney George I Dftvisson contributed money for the ring Rev. P. A. Tenney formed the service while virtually all the county officials and court house workers looked on. will my brother-in-law do now Laura wondered m not said Alkire all county officers when were Mr. Roosevelt departed from Yale's cloisters with the plaudits of thou- sands of persons. Including the whole faculty and student ringing in his ears He was given a prolonged ovation as he Justified the use of pro- fessors In government activities and emphasized they have come to play a permanent part In administration af- fairs. His remarks were Interpreted as a direct challenge to the critics of the brain trust and as a reply to the at- tack on Dr. Rexford Guy Tugwcll wno was unsuccessfully opposed by a senate group as under-secretary o agriculture Fronx New London Mr Roosevel will motor Saturday to his mother' home at Hyde N where will spend a quiet week-end pre paratory to four or five Intensive work days that will remain before he em barks June 30 on the cruiser Houston for the West South Amerio and Hawaii Mrs Roosevelt accompanied th president on the Sequoia havin joined him when his special train from Washington arrived at pcnn sylvanla station In New York jester day. Complete remodeling of the apart ments in the Welier theater build in on North Third was atinounc ed today. The work will start once and the apartments will rruKiernized Sn every respect at grea expense to the the S. A. Wei estate. No estimate of the coot was mad in the it leported that in tuo nelghbcraood of will be spent to malcu the in ttrrioi of the building into of th most modern apartment bciisin quarters in Ohio. present occasion la oeileved to hciald a revival of faith in tSc city's immediate inasmuch as it represents an investment in hous- tt g project larger than any orher at- tempted scarcity of avail- able apartments and vacant resi- dences in the city has been noted for Indicating mi upward trend in real estate value. Benjamin Putnam is the contractor and will be in charge of the one of the most Important projects of the kind to be undertaken in tbe city for more than a year. In the Welier building art six apartments on three floors. The structure Itself Is recognized as hav- ing one of the most beautiful exter- iors of any in the city. With refcrnce to the proposed improvement of the it was said today ihat the present interior will be practically dismantled and only the walls will remain when the work of restoration begins. New new plaster on walls and ceilings and complete new fix- tures will be installed in every one of the apartments. Special attention will be given to while the heating facilities were overhaul- ed less than a year when the present theater company began occu- pancy of the building. It is said that about two months be required to complete the work Report Paraguayan Troops On Offensive June 21 biggest battle of the Gran Chaco war proceeded today along a 75-mile front almost parallel with the River Pilcomayo between Fort Balllvian and Fort Arbvigny. Paraguayan troops were on the of- trying to force Bolivian evacuation of Fort key po- sition to the rich Chaco oil fields. A war office communique said Bo- livian attempts to recapture lost trenches were repulsed with heavy loss. June heat hung over the broad of drought-withered In the west today as nature added weather to the nation's ag- ricultural center. Bain in scattered ast but with it canae a cycloaia windstorm that leveled j communication and electric and left four dead and three others mlM- ing in the wind whipped of Idke Michigan. It was the first day of official cum- xner and it found the farming n a sorry battling windstorms and almost un- bearable beat. The one bright in the picture was the rapidly ruing commodity markets which awnrtd a good price for they could save from ruin. Even higher were forecast for the week-end and were of additional late tonight or tomorrow la southern Illinois and Southeastern Missouri. Meanwhile hope for the safety of a youth and a girl who failed to re- turn from a hazardous Lake Michi- gan sailboat trip dwindled rapidly day An twelve coast guard t6n and lake Joined in search for Raymond Qttrtat- and Miu Ruth Hatch. student residing with the family. The airplane was chartered by youth's Mrs. Walter T. Gua- but a search of several noun revealed no trace of the mlMtng 18- foot craft. The storm also probably life of Richard of who rowed out into the night to escape heat and failed to return. The fttorm brought death to otwi man at and dtmoiianed small throughout Illinois and southern Wisconsin. Hatch and Qustafwn bad been seen since they embarked tor an all-day sail at 10 a. m. yesterday in the youth's 18-foot Viv- ian. Ludlow presumably blown from a rowboat during squall at the gale. r His the reported that the- struck the small shell with such rofc-e that an oar was wrettod from his hands. He leaped mto the wmttr to retrieve it. when he regained tbt boat a moment later Ludlow had Must Stand Trial For Attempted Extortion O. June 21 Emerson. 27. taxi driver of Van Wert must stand trial again on charges Quit of using the mails in an attempt to Damage extort S500O from Mr. and Mrs A La Bolivia. June A decisive battle was in progress to- day in the Fort Balllvian sector of the Chaco Paraguayans abandoned an attempt to flank the position aft- er a six-day Bolivian offi- cials said appeared. Unable to dimb into J. A federal jury In the court of Judge George P Hahn was discharged Wed- nesday night when a hopeless dead- lock was reported. Emerson admitted writing the let- ter but explained that It was a hoax inspired by Mrs Rella house- keeper for the Clymers The letter demanding threat- ened the Clymers' property and the lives of the occupants The cab driver testified that the motive was merely to frighten the aged couple as sug- gested by the former housekeeper Mrs. on the denied Emerson's allegations. Tho letter in question bore ttie sig- nature and was mailed at J. F. Cordrey post office inspector the chief witness against Fner- son He Identified the letter and con- fession. Officer Is june tin sus-vnicd pcllce sergeant was tound gulltv at 1. 30 a. m. today a criminal court jury here on i charge The convi'tl n 1O term ot 2 a raant'Atory 15.000 To Supreme Court June 21 L Nnthenson ate a 35-cent meal In a chain restaurant. He laid 35 cents on the cashier's counter. the girl called after him asked Nathenson. extra penny Is state sales she told him Today Nathenson's attorneys as- sorted that they Intend to carry to the supreme court a suit for 1 cent damages in municipal court Nathen- aon contends that the tax was laid on not consumers. pitching craft. tlM short to The CO-mile an hour electric power and communication lines and causing heavy property damage m Chicago and several other caused the of Joseph S. when a fell on his automobile in Treasury Employes Must Quit June claring treasury employes work for Uncle Sam and a political party secretary of the Treasury Henry today called on all employes tinder Jurisdic- tion to all patty offices at has been Mid Morgenthau in a letter to treasury department holding of political party office is not compati- ble with the public interest and will hamper an officer or employe in discharge of his governmental du- The secretary said his letter WM prompted discovery of Instances of solicitation of contributions fot political He said he notified all department heads to advise employes that those who hold such political party must submit their resignations later than Sept. 1. -6r submit their resignation from the treasury department. Must Wear Clothes In Nudist Colony Allegan. Juna Mrs. Ophelia wife of Fred Kalamazoo dancing master and oper- ator of the Sunshine Sports League camp near was free to returfl to her nudist colony today on years probation. But she was clothed. She was placed on probation and assessed a fine of terday by Circuit Judge Fred T. after she pleaded guilty to a charge of indecent exposure. Her husband is in Jail serving a 60-day sentence on a similar He also had to pay a of fttXX Ring went to Jail two weeks ago aftei the state supreme court upheld tbft lower court's conviction. Lawyer Convicted On Manslaughter Charge June torney William Patrick Clyne today faced a 1 to 20 years penitent'ary sentnpce in connection with the death of Mrs. Mary Kovacio who was struck by his auto A Jury four.d Clyne guilty of man- slaughter. He will be sentenced Sat- urday. William George prin- cipal pointed out driver of the which away after striking thft woman Clyne admitted It was car tho Young Son Reads to Sightless Parents June 31. The drama of daily world events if witnessed through the eyes of their four -year- old son by Dr. and Anthony Dr. and Mrs OutlUa de- pend upon their son. to keep them abreast of current eventa toy to them from the Despite the fact that it will two more years before youngster will have to be bothered wltb afitiool he can read many those he can't read he speiln When the dally Danny spells the headlines always says indlcnte the separation of he driving Cooler Ijcxjal thundfrTBhowers noon or frldiiy tonight and t portions Friday.   

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