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   Ada Weekly News, The (Newspaper) - September 15, 1932, Ada, Oklahoma                             VOLUME XXXII Ranch 15 Miles Southeast of Ada Scene of Sunday Afternoon WIFElESTIONED Coal County Attorney States I Murder Clinri'c Bcini; I Prepared Judge I'. C. Wlnn. pioneer or I'niitnliic enmity, died Sunday af- lertifi'io about r. o'rlncl. ut a local hospital us tin- result of a gun- klint wound through tin- head. Kaill'-r In tin- iifleriinnn Mrs. Wlnn appeai'-d at Crlswell's Funeral lioine. staling that her liiisband had been slint at their riiiicb boine noun- 1'> miles sniitli- i-ast or Ada and requesting that the ambulance be for him. lie died about 4d mlniiles after being taken In the hospital. had t.....n shot through the head. This morning Mrs. Wlnn and her attorney went lo CnaUate where UK- case will be handled. ADA. OKLAHOMA. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER IS, 1932 NUMBER' 25 Roosevelt Fires First Broadside of Campaign at Topeka, Kansas STATK CAPITOL. Topek.i. I Kan.. Sept. I '.V> I" 1 1 In- most Important wheat grow- ling htali-n or the nation. Oliver- iniir Koosevell. tin- democratic presidential nominee. Iciilay ont- lined his views on the furni ques- tlon, regarded an an outstanding campaign in the Unction and more equitable dla- trltmllou of taxes." The democratic standard bear- er said "the present admtnlstra- prevloiiB ad-i proposed a six "fold relief pro- no time sought and does not gram. He called for a "definite seek such access to the public nollcv of giving those who have treasury as was provided by the ost title to the farms, now held; futile and costly attempts at by Institutions seeking credit! price stabilization by the federal from the governmental agencies., farm board. 1C seeks only equal- the preferential opportunity of Hy of opportunity with tariff their property back." protected Industry. her, fulled "The democratic presidential, "Third: It must not make use the furm nomnee spoke from the steps of of any mechanism which would whole or to plan rel.e th" state capltol. where a few1 cause our European customers to Lost llilllOIItll' W I I I I CLUB EXISTED I OKLAHOMA CITY, Sept. 14 there ever was "such an organization as the Murry-for-Presldent club." Sid White, attorney, filed an answer In district court today to the suit j HutchinsoiU of the J. P. Gordon. Co.. against i the club for Jl.StT.fifl III Gover- nor Murray souvenirs. The was filed for George A. Hen-I A. L. Iteckett, Judge Ed M. Semans, Jewell FAMILY ON COAST tlon and .the two previous ministrations. In all of which president was an Important mem-lj, mu jj_ Semans, Jewell utterly to understand nicks. W. C. McAlester. Col. Clc- problem aS a national Murray and K. P. Hill. Jr.. Issn.i or tin- campaign in the thTs'tepV of' of any" mechanism which would j whole, or to plan for Its relief." acted In his In ill- middle west. c-vidtol where a few 'cause our European to Lost ForelKn .Mm-kelM capacity "in the further- j A crowd, estimated by national I vicePresident Charles retaliate on the grounds of dump- "They destroyed the foreign the Interest of the gover- guard orflcers at more than the nomination Ing. It must be based upon I markets for our exportable farm 1 IIDII surrounded the south Safe at Eskimo Village When Found by the historic state boils. Mr. Uoosev.-lt spoke. A tstin In a cloudless sky heat down 'on the candidate and the crowd, i A light breeze rippled red. white land blue bunting or the pine i speakers stand. I With the presidential nominee 'was bis running male, speaker Ijolin N. Garner, who spoke brief- ly in advance of lioosevell. win re for a retention of his office. Near at hand, as he enunciated 'his agricultural doctrine, sat Mr. Roosevelt's "team mate." Speak- er John N. Garner of Texas. Un- democratic vice presidential as- pirant. Mr. Roosevelt's speech here was the first prepared ad- of bis awing through the west, which began st He, liaseu upon i marxem inr uur num.- maklii- the tariff effective and i surplus, beginning with the Ford- Declaring he "thought direct In Its operation. j ney-McCumber tariff, and endlns thing had been dismissed "Fourth- It must make us of with the Grimily tariff, thus vl-jme." Judge Hill said "I exlstin- a-'encles and so far aslolatlng the slmtilest principles nf ipay them anyway, as I .11. possible be decentralized lu Its j International trade, and forcing tract to buy anything. administration so that the chief j the Inevitable retaliation of -------4 Ign countries." i Ilooseve.lt declared "In 1J12S.! In his acceptance speech, Mr. that fllRPlp WRECKED Believed Trawler Will Take Party to Port in Iceland Or Scotland responsibility for Us operation will rest with the locality rath- er than with newly created.'---- er liiaii leaucratlc machinery In Washing- Hoover said: 'An adequate, tariff. UPSETS FEIME Albany. K up demo Committee Makes Stroni; Re port for Greater Deijrcc Of Preparedness the sh mil Ing having occurred Just, nver county line. i Jildl't- Wlnn was 'minim- the: early day nf I.....tutor 1 county, having come b.-re about Bonus 40 years ago. lie located at Occupy Some Time on lei where he served as I lilted I OTHEH BIMTERS PENDING Pnymcnl Expected iistlrally when Hoosevell and! Garner iiccompanled by Governor! Harry II. Woiidrlng appeared on I the platform. Gani'-r said he came to his respects 10 "the next presl- id'-nt of the Fnited Slates and amj to express here and j to show you thai I wear neilli-. my accord er horns nor hoofs, though I j with these specifications." ciime rriim Texas." j The specifications were: He concluded wllh another pre- -First: the plan must provide In that we were Imporllni: j JS.'JOO.OOO.nOO of farm products; and that an adequate tariff laid on these would be sufficient for! the relief of agriculture. H was which most of the reason-lit can he withdrawn whenever' a ghastly fraud. The truth was le-, e s agrcu re. have'the emergency has passed, and that our farmers do not produce i, an, rs normal foreign markets have the Items propos-d to be protect-. been reestablished. by a tariff consume Must He Voluntary them. The was not to "Sixth- The plan must be. In- raise his selling price. Hut to sofar as' possible, voluntary. I .raise his cost of llvln tilan, the iienindiiin; ci-ired- In; to enhance and strengthen tin wunt now to state what cooperative movement. H should seems to me the sp.ciricationsi moreover, he constituted so that th ANOMAGSAL1IC. Greenland, l Sept. on the j beach less than forty miles from i here. George Hutchlnson and the who were fl.-lng with him I from New York to London rescued today by I ho UrUlsh 'trawler I.or.1 Talhot. i Leaking gasoline tank forced i them down In the water of Her- sak Fiord. Hut the piano wrecked on one of the ri'efii which make navigation of thu lit- tle hay perilous. Hutchlnson. his wife, their two children and Inn crew of _______ four men waded nshoru and Smith Blease in South! i thn I Hants would have abandoned the. place and returned to Carolina; Moses Wins to Slat.-s commissioner In Ihe federal territorial courts. Later he came In Ada where be filled the same nfflce after a federal court had been ei.tabll-.hed here. He held tin office until statehnni of President Convention Floor lie concluded will, another pre- ..nrsl: ,he plan must 'provide j sofar as possible voluntary. I. raise I''" "f that Mr. would i for ,he producer of staple the Idea that tho pan :r LONG HOLDS IOUISI1A winter In a fnw them and POIITLAND. (.T) A d.....ii'id After tin-jibe I'nlled States Tafl Judge I was voiced In tin TOPEKA. 'Kalis.. II lt'1 I 111' report ,-ec.....mended ,ha, southeast nf Ada. toi hogs., and tobacco, a tariff ben-, reasonable proportion of the 'eflt ov.-r world prices which isnlucers of the exportable co m- b o. rd s cul 1 u tl s mu t equivalent to the benefit given bylmodlty to which It Is to l' Sep.. 1. TOPKKA. 'Kans.. Sept. 14 tariff to Industrial JH must he so ft "LllloL Increases In that the Harding. This differential benefit must be benefits will go xvno isqiiai armv and navy i Coolldge and Hoover republican no applied that the Increase In, participates. report of tin-i administrations "failed utterly to i farm Income, purchasing and lor the permanent adustm ni problem as d> bt paying power will not stlm-jof agriculture, ulate father production. g-sled a .reorganization of the, u m "hecam. .Must. Itself department ol agriculture; I Cl resldenfs farm "Second: The plan must fl- "planned use of the land." and "r of tin nostm is (er iniitionnl defense committee nr tin-1 understand the farm today in tlie h.urt of the. "farm belt." i nance Itself. Agrlcultur tilde "II national Count v'Allornev Snow'sald' never seek a war and that a C ii forni-iln an America, peace-loving e'r Ada postmasler iiud t'eriltorliil ilnl-nt on peace but strong nilsslnner. was shot th, oiiub to liiMire and e Ihe bead at bis Coal county We know thai the d a. sil-my In existence at Ihe nil ft. LftSELLE KILLEOI sallk for the more weeks. Ksklmo sealers assisted ..____ lu saying their Instruments Overton Beats Hunt moM Loses in Arizona; Adamf Ihe Lord Talbot and Capl. Ieads 'Watson, master .of the trawler. awaited orders from his owners j "When the futility or'malntaln-'trends, political leaders scanned or carry them on to Scotland. Ing prices of wheat, and cotton results of eight slato primaries, rough so-called toda.-, watched Georgia sept, in apparent. go to the polls, and ponde- eight meinherH of lie hoard, Monday's democratic vie-, of the flying family of Htltchln- tn Maine's off-season elec- riincli yesterday. The rliargi- "'ill I .Indue W. Iiiiiugii Dili afleinonn mid Mrs. Wlnn Illielv h in-ver In en prellmliiiiry henrlnc next week. Snow said be had learned the Wlnns. who remarried several years ago after, a divorce, bad i.....n hiivlng "ramllv trouble" for sntiie time, but be did not know the Illllllle of II. Wlnn about 20 years older than his ir.-vear-old wire, was i fouiid Ivlng on a bed at his home, j a bullet bole through bis head. I An iinfireil pistol was under his pillow. Previously Mrs. Wlnn hnd ,-olie to Adll. told officers of the. Hbnntlug and sent an ambulance .M lo the ranch. Cniinly Attorney Snow said In- expected Mrs Wlnn would plead (.elf-defense. Nil one else was III the ranch at Ihe "me nf the...... slinotliig, be said. The charge was prepiired utter Snow had confer- red with Mrs. counsel. Snow said his dis- the shnt which killed Wlnn apparently fired from Wlnn's automatic pistol. i- filed wllh'.-very war II. Thorns- lor war. Snow said, I "We are opposed In thu will be of Ihe Fulled Slat. ,'iiough __...... peace. Adn Resident, Student ilari nf Aviator, Dies in Full at nut l pnso purpos economy or as an acclaimed means to bring about world peai.....r as an example which some persons, hope other nations will follow." Id-asserting cnnfl.lence In the national defense act or the r.-iiiirl endorsed recommend- ations or the war and navy de- paitun-nls as to what constitutes a minimum for effective appli- cation of the national defense n.r.il I, Funeral services rnr 1 Wlnn. veteran Ada attorney who died Sunday afternoon from Cunshnt wound lepnrled to have h.eii Infllrteil at his ranch home Ju-t ii.-ioss tin- line In Co.il enmity, will be held Wednesday nii.iiil'ng at In ii'i-lijck In the iliapel of Hi. Cilswell I'uiienil Hi.me. Kei. Leslie Smyth, will officiate. llnrlal will be In llos. dale cemetery, by the side of two son's wiio died several veal.. Pnrllainl. I i resiilntinn nsk- "Inll and Iminedliile pay- of the lionu" was approved vote ..r 'Jl In leuls- .....immiltee or the Amerl- l.eglnn convention here to- HIIIIS were mife and well when tln-y were found today by tliu absence of Inter-party trawler Lord Talbot. It wan re- ported here, but the "Clt.- of Richmond" In which they' set out from the United Slates for Kurnpe was wrecked, and the machine land near Itersak. tory lion. i In tin clashes, prohibition's Influence as 'an Issue, was receiving attention jfrnm party chli-rtalns In checking I voslerday's primary ballotH. In jilt her sect Ions saw veteran The party office-holders fighting to hold l found on Friends of P.eiich A. I.aSelle were shocked today to learn or I Ills death when ail airplane which be was piloting crashed at tb.'j municipal airport at Kl Paso.] Texas, today. I.aSelle. whose father, II. A. I.aSelle. is credited with opening lip the llebce oil pool In the northwest part of I'ontotor coun- ty. Is well known here hecause "t several years school attendance. Iteacli Is reported to have been a student flyer nt the time or his death. He was treasurer or the Mines company or Illllshnro. N. M. While a student in Ada high school lleach established a stand- Ing at the top of the scholarship ranking an unusually fine INSTATE VOTE Wrest Governorship and Two Congress Places From Republicans m WIDESPS EFFECr Congressman McKeown Special Guest of Legion Meeting Lost Night. I their InbH Report Bolivian Regiment Wip- in the east. Senator GeorK" (Greenland. H.' The broken ship lay nt ed Out in Battle in Dis- puted Territory the Moses of New Hampshire and i bottom of llersak valley and Ihe Senator Porter Dale of Vermont, travelers were found at Kker. or by remibllcatiH fo- F.kersiiak. a tiny Ksklino Result Brings Encouragement To Democrats in National Campaign Norman Howard post of the American Legion began a new year with the Installation of new officers last night ut Legion i Holivlans at hall. Joe Looney. of the state I the Cliaco executive committee, conducted the installation ceremonies which i .-.Indent. resolution us finally ('..Ini-ndo F. liinil oi inltt.-e was ii After graduation from the .nt -it Ihe pr> seiitlsitv. lloulder. Col. -nu Mr. and Mrs. llm. Delegates from th Jutes opposed the bmius i.-solu- llon- Arizona. Nebraska. Georgia. Connecllcill. Delaware. Kansas. Missouri. South Carollim. N'1'" mont and Wyoming. The r-'soiutlnn which will presented to the convention later In the day "endorsed Ills parents. Mr. and Mrs. II. following A. I.aSelle. are said In he .it their state In Vermont at present. 1'L PASO. Texas. Sept. Iteacli A. LaSclle. a student i aviator, was killed here today In an airplane crash at the mu- nicipal airport. Airport officials said that In POHTLAN'D. Me., S-pl. 1 1.11 Democrats elected a gover- nor of Maine yesjerday for tin- first time In Is years. They also elected two of the state's dele- gation of Ih..... In the house repres. Louis J. llraiin. democratic candidate for governor, had a lend or LIST over Iliirlelgh Mar- tin, republican, wllh only IS nr the' state precincts ted. Martin declined to i-mmm-m I government announced today. The Bolivian commander. Ma- or Adolf Ijilrano, was taken prisoner, thu official bulletin 1 once leading prohibitionists salil. and bodies of several other hous placed the gavel III the hands or Alvls Jones, newly elected post commander, other officers Inslnl- l.-d were Vol Crawford, first vice commander; Wylle Keith, second vice commander: IL H. Galther. finance officer; llev. Leslie G. Smyth, chaplain: Street Davis, rergeant at urms; Harold Con- itant, service officer, and Percy Armstrong, historian. The ladles of the Auxiliary joined tin- l.e-lcnnalres for the installation service. claimed they T i D McKeown i occupied Fort Iloqueron late 'Fri- or j day aft-rnnnn. Since then the nuiepnr-iwh.it took place In Washington In wli-n war was declared, reviewed tin- history or all M- F.k. rsuak. a tiny Ksklino U.e Menlue. Senator Klllson D. 1 inent nearby. 37 miles HOIlthweM 'Smith, four-term veteran, again of Anguiigsallk. ASHITS'CION. Paraguay. Sept. named by democrats In, for them or -Paraguayan forces' Carolina ov-r former, tin, Inlmhltanls were 1 there, fighting a three-lay battle Colo L. lllease. Kker Is populated durnu the Fort Hnnuoron In i Michigan's Incompl-le .returns'sum.....r and autumn, but mil- region "completely indicated the reiiomlnatlon of nlljdiiiii during th.i winter. annihilate." the Holl- present Incumbents In the liouso, The Lord Talbot Is one of regiment and wore' ,f representatives, llepr.....nta- biggest and b.-Ht equipped of th., me tin" with further Jess- P. Wolcott and Aln-rd.....i trawler fleet, but ac- He cl battl- coiainued. thu mour H. Person, republicans, ap- commodatlom, abi.ard parentlv had won reiiomlnatlon ar- restricted and It weineil Ilkf- over Louis K. Cramton and Grant ly that II would be difficult to M Hudson former members and. find room aboard her for tlio In eight castawayB. j The last boat of Ihe waiMin soldle Wlnn at norltv report rull and 'immediate payment LaSelle lost and ju-ted cnmpensailon." ,the plane stalled and went Into I Nehra-.Ua delegates, who spin. In a last minute efrort Icoi'ilemiii-iVed Inlngliig In a ml-lto prevent nil accident the stu- on the bnnus, aviator opened the throttle "until complete returns were tal.-jev ulated" while republican slut'- Chairman Daniel F- Field, said the vole "In no way Indicates the national sentiment of this state. It Indicate Ihe result nr local conflicts Mild local riv- alries, a cari-rul analysis which warrants the conclusion that stale would have gone for Hoo- ver r.t this time." Democratic state chairman. John II. Dooley. said the vote would Insure "better government.' llrann. In a brief statement, saw In the large vol----it was the hippreclated. greatest In ihe lii-tory of Ills', Looney i meeting legislation and the ob- stacles which had lo he over- come before Hi" measures were enacted Into law. "In IJilf." the congressman 'did. "I watched the first divis- ion parade down Pennsylvania avenue. It was the best dressed and best equipped bunch it! sold- iers I ever saw. in H1P.2 I saw i.nine or those sain.- men march in the u. K. F. parade." Mr. McKeown's visit to the meeting and Information which he gave the members was highly battle has been going on outside Hi.- forts, they said. Government officials considered It the moul Important engagement In recent weeks. Iloth sides were rushing reluforc. ments Into the wild reg- ion, they said. The war ministry denied re- ports of Lieutenant Colonel Kstl- garrlhla. who directed the Par- aguayan offensive, had committed suicide of a rout of his army. J.. bl-h officers w-re Identified iH.ngN Clii.lceH Win already has left AtigmagMallk and he birttleleW With Ihe hacking of Senator. If the Lord Talbot rould not rar- 111 T, hI, e '.net last night and Hll.V P. Long, .representative ,-y then, lo Icelnnd It was understood It decided to John II. was victorious; Kuro.....in pint U nee send notes to the neutral cotin- winning the democratic sen- essary for th-m 'most o be H ate for the two children, but actual- Karly re In Washington'., ly might Involve bardshlpH for prlViarv found Senator Wesley Inhabitants of AngtnaRHallk. os sponsor of Ihe Jones "five1 wb......ver have more than I imbibition .-nforcement enough food for tl.elr own w holding a narrow lead for during the long winter. renon Inallon In Ihe republican' The Hutchlnson party wan on.) pr m r" I e was opposed by [of tbe largest ever to aUempl all Ileeler. repeal candidate, ocean crosnlns by air The vol.- was heavy and coiml-l It Included George H. Hutch. Ing slow IIIMIII. who learned lo fly Colorado democrats put John'years ago In Philadelphia. T. Harnett Into a slight lead over .wife and two lilt xlvi II Adams In the senatorial K, and Janet Lee. rac- on the f ce of early returns. I Petlr lt-dpath. navigator; Gerald _______, Here too a record-breaking vote Altflllsch. radio operator; Joseph LA PAZ. Hollvla. Sept. 12 recorded. Karl C. Schuyl.T In nounce.l tin Hie adnptlon port. Sept. heal-Sept. H. '.T Mo je.il-- ago. He lived Center and later In Ad.i fnr m F. S. cnmmls- idoncr, pnstmasler In-re and as a member nr the Ada bar. He Is by widow, a daughter. Mis. W. II. Chiincel- posing Inr. Lnbbnck. T'-xas; a sister. Mrs. G. G. Wlnn. -J21 W. FH- leeiith. Ada; two brothers. J. C. Wlnn Sp.uks. and C. M. Wlnn iif Gllthlie. Held II.-K At the conclusion of ing at Coalgate Monday 11 charge of murder was tiled against Ihe attorney's widow and was placed In Jail without bond be- ing granted. She Mild to have admitted firing the filial shot but to have given no further evidence and no explanation at tbe hearing yesterday. At the hearing It was determ- ined that Ihe shooting occurred In Coal county. the murder charge was filed by the county attorney of that county. Mrs. Wlnn was hrouiihl to lln- county Jail here for cii'iody until the date of her preliminary hearing at Coalpit.- Thursday. September 12. Mrs. Wlnn Sunday afternoon notified ofllcurs und an ambu- lance service that bad Continued on race H, No- 3 of the Instead fight majority re- Portland. Ore.. 1> v resolution op- recognition by the Fulled Stales <.r the Soviet gov- ernment was adopted unanimous- ly Ihe American Legion at Its convention here tod.iy. I. Portland. (Ire.. Chicago was tor- miilly selected as the con- vention city or the American Le- gion here today. Tbe time of the convention will b- the executive committee. Security Bank To Pay 10 Per Cent Dividend OKLAHOMA CITY. Sept. J. llarnett, state bank commissioner, today announced payment of n 10 per cent divi- dend to depositors In tbe closed Security State bank of Ada. It was the second pa.-ment in the bank's liquidation, the dividend totaling JK.S72. The closed last October. but lie was too late and tin- plane crashed with a roar. UiSelle was treasurer of the Kloro Ml.ies conilMiny of Hllls- loro. N. M. SM SEEKS BIG OIL TIX SKMINOLK. Okla.. (.11 A suit seeking announced that th'" the executive committee would he September 25. nt Oklahoma City, and the work would lie outlined ?ept. 11 Oreatest for amount Classified Adi. renowed Interest in government and public affairs." Congressman Carroll L. lleedy. Ion- republican lo win. led i year's Joseph F. Connolly by 2.H77 j thm. votes when the district tabula-1 Lester smith, also of Wewoka. tlon was completed. Jon behalf of the 10-el-S, present- The IS districts missing In citations to some twelve voy- second and third congressional i gu.-rs. whose efrnrts brought the districts where the democrats post membership up to tlnj "UK- were ah.-iid wore .-o small that! mark last year, th.-y could not alter the final out Cary Llttlefl.-ld. former Ada conie of the unofficial tally. hoy. brought greetings from K. Carl Moran jr., democrat. No. Oklahoma City. Denver i had an advantage of 2.42O ov.-r pavlson artd ll'-v. Smyth also to K. Nelson with four of short talks. from the the second mis-1 The new commander announ- "ing. nnd John G. L'tterback held red that an Intensive camimlcn 1 lead of 1.147 over former now on to get all veterans of Calph O. llrewster. the world war Into the ranks of Hut one Issue came out of the] the American Legion. weeks of Intense campaigning I preceding the tion. All the democratic candidates were for out-and-out repeal. The republican congressional arm.- headnuartr-s announced last night that the battle at Fort Iloqueron In the Chaco region was still raging at fi p. m. and that the Ilollvlan troops were "resisting vigorous- ly." They nald the Paraguans also attacked for Augua Klca nearby. The attackers were repulsed In two attacks, they said, although their force numbe-ed 3.00U men. Prairie Oil Interests for reduction of three percant of production In making oil tax payments, has been filed here by A. S. Wells. Wewoka attorney, on behalf of C.overnor Murray and the state. Six other suits asking recov- ery of from to have been filed. Tho oil com- panies have been deducting the three per cent of production since 1915. paying only on D" per cent on the ground the remainder waste or evaporation loss. Soviet Itussla has presented Col. Hugh L. Cooper. American engineer, with a flock of medals for directing the construction of Dnleprostroy, the world's largest power plant. Now we'll offer a medal to anyone who can pro nouncu It. aspirants maintained that the vo- ters of the state had not yet ex- pressed themselves as favoring any change in the tbree-qtiarter century prohibition regime In ihe did not commit him state. Martin self although he was understood to favor the party's slate plat- form which lauded prohibition und called for strict law enforce- ment. DISMISS rHAHGKS OK OIIAVK nomiEiiy MUSKOGEE. Okla.. Sept. (.Tl __ Grave robbery charges against Wesley Webb and John Itlaenhoover were dismissed at a preliminary at Fort Gib- son. They tentlfled they were digging for gold and did not know a grave wan In the vicinity. The crave was that of Lizzie MeClaln. with whose body gold was reported to have be.en bur- led. _________ _________ Greatest results tor tne amount CUMlHed Adi. In Warren In Veteran   The party hoped to reach Lon- don with iitops Iteykjavlk, Ireland; the Islands, and EdlnhiirRh, Scotland. Then they Intended lo tour Europe. The "Flylnz Family" had coh- ered more than 100.000 plane In the last s.Ix TlsltlnB erery stato In the United States. Hutchlnwn worted caddy when a boy In Richmond, Va..   

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