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Jefferson City News And Tribune (Newspaper) - March 31, 1940, Jefferson City, Missouri News and Tribune sunday combination of the morning capital news and evening Post Tribune vol. La. No. 37jefferson City. Missouri. Sunday. March 31. 1940 Price five cents county demo delegation is uninstructed slate of 24 without Stark Vole in it is named Al convention most state democrats to convention uninstructed results of county meetings not conclusive enough to show definite trend toward either governor Stark or senator Clark safety minded Mckittrick not student solons to enter rate and on 53 Bills for governor Turkey May permit allies use of Dardanelles to enforce blockade both associated press Missouri democrats for the most part will go uninstructed to the state party convention in St. Louis april 15, reports from rations were reported about evenly divided but most of them were uninstructed. Some political observers county sessions indicated. A Cole county convention dominated by pro Clark forces yesterday afternoon named an uninstructed slate of 24 delegates to the democratic state convention next month. Although party leaders insisted that the delegation was not anti Stark one committeeman said a there s not a Stark vote in these Enty four Ward and township representatives went through the Short session in the j circuit court room without delay i naming the state delegation and in endorsing the candidacy of r. R. Nacy As a Missouri Delegate to 1 in held yesterday Kansas City said it was fore gone that Jackson county s 505 heading the list of a instruct j delegates would support Clark de delegations were the two larg-1 since the Pendergast Organiza est of the state those from St. I Tion. In control of the county con Louis and Kansas City. I a cation. Is extremely unfriendly three county conventions a to the governor. Barry. Jasper and Harrison the St. Louis county Conven endorsed president Roosevelt Tion which named 121 Unin Fot a third term. Strutted delegates endorsed in the results of the county meet animus la the National state Ings were not conclusive enough j and county democratic slates. To show a definite trend toward either governor Lloyd c. Stark or senator Bennett c. Clark engaged in a tight to control the state s National delegation. Early reports showed each with at least four county groups definitely aligned to them. The Jackson. Cole. Buchanan and Saline delegations were j however Richard f. Surkamp j county chairman said the Dele gation would a go to the Conven a Tion unlabelled and leave it the same results of county conventions included i with safety Barry Stark forces outvoted 1 schools and the Clark group 30 to 23. On a enact Laws calling for physical mental exams for motorists Missouri s High school students if their representative a legislature Quot is a True weather vane a definitely Are safety minded. In tile third annual session of the student Assembly yesterday. Tile student a representatives Quot enacted a a Laws calling for physical and mental examinations of All automobile Drivers before licenses were issued them and requiring railroads to erect and maintain automatic signals at All Grade Crossings. Fifty three Bills All dealing problems of the Industry were in announces candidacy for his third term As attorney general attorney general Roy Mekit tick announced last night he would seek a third term in that office cutting off speculation current for months that he would make the race for governor. His decision brought to four the number of democrats actively campaigning for nomination to the attorney generalship and with the significant hint that Britain scarcely could be expected in generalship and left the future Quot to take As a matter state senator Allen Mcreynolds 0f course interpretations of nou of cartilage and excise commis trility which gave All advantages Stoner Lawrence Mcdaniel of be aggressor Louis the Only avowed democratic the Bellur Crint speech Broad aspirants to the governorship. Cast to Amanca and elsewhere important suits pending recalled the first lord s declaration Mckittrick said he wanted an-0f january 20 in which he called a dispute. Delegates elected were first Ward James Hoover j mrs. William Farr second Ward. Henry Tolin mrs. Marga ret Pinet third Ward. Mrs Ann Weiler. Carl Mace fourth Ward i Price Shikles. Chester a. Platt j fifth Ward r. R. Nacy and j James t. Blair or. Jefferson a township mrs. Oliver Leach Marion township Clarence Rac kers Moreau township or. . Glover Clark township mrs. T. L. Glover Osage township. Thomas Loethen Liberty township George Veltrop. Delegates at Large delegates at Large Tom h. A Parrish president of the Cole county Young democratic club Howard Cook Zeke Bagby president of the Cole county negro Young democratic club mrs. R. S. Young. Mrs. J. L. Johnson j. Kelly Pool mrs. Arthur Leary and mrs. Jame Koe Cher. At the urging of convention chairman James t. Blair and state committeeman r. R. Nacy the convention named no office holders or wives of office Barry Monroe audrain and Clay county groups voted to support Stark. Several other Riele the National convention without counted in the Clark Camp while proposal to name a committee to select the delegation. The committee then named a slate of 18. Continued on Page 2 _ $315,000 allotted for april direct Relief in Missouri goes to 26,410 cases brings special session of legislature closer the social Security commission allotted $315,000 Lor april direct Relief yesterday bringing closer the special legislative session gov Lloyd c. Stark said he would Call when funds Are exhausted. The allotment Means the state will have Only $810,455 remaining in its direct Relief poll at the 450 pay $20,000 in City taxes As deadline arrives raises to nearly $44,000 total collected in week Over $20,000 poured into the till in City collector John Sturm s office yesterday As the deadline for paying 1939 City taxes was reached. Sturm said 450 Jefferson Cit ians filed into his office yesterday to escape the four per cent penalty which will become effective april i. To ease the taxpayers Burden produced As the session got in survived holders to the state delegation. Blair pointed out that Nacy. I by that Date the penalty of one while state treasurer declined per cent a month becomes re troll to become a Delegate to the a Active to january i a total of tonal convention because he Hel four per cent. The collector s com Effice. I Mission is also added to the Delm in the background but not quent tax. Mentioned at the convention a1 it the $20,000 turned in yesterday on january i when county taxes i end of april of Relief continues Are due. The City customarily and 1 at its $300,000 per month aver Vances the deadline for payment j age the program will be Bank of City taxes to March 31. How rust by August. Ever if the City tax is not paid so was the suggestion of gov. Stark that office holders refrain from attempting to obtain leadership of the conventions. A second action in which the Cole county democrats Are probably setting a precedent was the naming of two officers of the Young democratic clubs to the delegation. The executive committee of the state Young democrats had previously asked the state committee to allot places on the delegations to the younger organization. Selection of Parrish and Bagby was the first time Young democratic returns. Real estate assessments clubs officers had been sent to totalled $99,184 and personal profile state convention on the basis Sperty $16,427, making the 1939 of their offices. I Levy $115,611. Q to vote As unit j if mondays receipts reach sex the Cole county represent 1 Pactat Loiis Sturm said possibilities will vote As a unit the a ties of a new collection record Jority of those present to deride the delegation s vote. Yesterdays convention also instructed the delegation to vote and work for Nacy for Delegate to the National convention. The five Man committee appointed by chairman Blair j y j it i it j which nominated the state Dele i fld no Mot is 1/630 Gates was h. P. Lauf chairman i a mrs. Henry Ells Guy Sone William Price Adair for 15 mrs. Sam Gove mrs. Anna years operator of a second hand Stone. Other committees which carried out the routine convention duties were. It a lengthy credentials Carl Wymore. Or. I Vears 0ih c. F. Glover d. W. Wright 1 Floyd Moorman Chester Platt. Permanent organization and order of business John Bond the Money set aside yesterday will go to 26.410 cases for an average payment of $11.93. The number of Relief clients dropped about 500 from those i on the Rolls March i and the monthly allotment was decreased a Dollar a person because the Advent of warm weather has eased the Relief Burden. In addition to the Cash pay Mentse nearly a third of which will go to St. Louis City alone the social Security department said these surplus commodities will be available for distribution to Relief families dried prunes dried Salt pork wheat flour dried Lima Beans butter Corn raised to nearly $44,000 the total collected during the past week. Sturm said his daily average for j the week with the exception of i saturday was almost $5,000. Yet to be added to the week s receipts is the More than $10,000 which Sturm expects to receive in mondays mail. The collector must accept without penalty All checks postmarked before Midnight March 31. The collector estimated last i meal eggs fresh apples and night that delinquent taxes to-1 oranges. Tailed about $15,000, most of Cole $313, Maniteau $235, Mil will be erased by monday s or $176. Maries $114, Osage $200, Callaway $256. Barry $741, Barton $456, Boone $433, Buchanan $19,068, Butler $1,710, Cape Girardeau $450, Greene $7,713, Grundy $570, Jackson $79,464, Jasper $12,312, Livingston $405, Marion $1,764, when the books Are closed in May Nodaway $427, Pettis $2,968, will be strengthened last year Randolph $758. St. Louis county Sturm reported that 89 percent of ,115, Vernon $285, St. Louis the assessment was collected. J City $134,064. Derway but Only five committee scrutiny. From every county during the six hour session the students selected in every county of the state on Scholastic Merit worked enthusiastically. Debate was spirited and on several occasions As Many As a dozen a Solon so jumped to their feet at the same time to demand the floor. Judge c. A. Deedy jr., chief Justice of Hie Missouri supreme court administered the oath of office to the student legislators selected in their Home districts for Scholastic ability. The session was opened formally by Secretary of state Dwight Brown and the students heard greetings from gov. Lloyd c. Stark and state superintendent of schools Lloyd w. King. Roswell p. Henderson of Paris was elected speaker of the House in a spirited contest with Ted Gasburg of Springfield. Henderson took Over the speakers Gavel from Brown and put the session through its paces under the watchful Eye of or. G. J. Christy of Festus Veteran speaker of the Missouri Legisla Ture. G wishing was elected floor Leader and Robert Richardson of Gallatin an unsuccessful candidate for speaker was chosen speaker pro ten. Galleries crowded the Side aisles of the House chamber and the upper galleries were crowded during most of the session but the audience did no to Handicap the students a bit. J superintendent King father of the student legislature rented that the floor debate this year was much improved Over the two previous sessions and that More of the representatives raisins lard took part than in the past two years. Other safety measures that other term As attorney general because Quot Many important Law suits instituted by me. Involving Mil Lions of dollars Are still pending to a speedy and in the courts and my chief concern is to see these suits through to their successful conclusion. With Quot tile general in the Campaign for renomination. Missouri political observers finally have a Chance to witness the political Battle for which they Long have waited Mckittrick and John d. Taylor in the same race. Taylor a state legislator and Mckittrick both come from Chariton county where they have been the bitterest of political enemies for years. Taylor announced for attorney general months ago after he had remarked Quot somebody ought to run for that office. Its been vacant for with the two Chariton county enemies in the race Are state senator w. B. Whitlow of Fulton and Drake Watson a former assistant attorney general both of whom announced earlier in the year. Mckittrick fired Watson a Ralls county lawyer the Day the latter got into the race. Four seek third term the attorney general s announcement brought to four the number of state officials seeking continued on Page 2 opposing forces in strike Mark time reports heard of injunction suit by contractor opposing forces in the Tri com cornered Mcdowell Highway commission labor Union squabble marked time Over the week end As reports that an injunction suit was in the offing gained ground. No developments in the two Churchill in new warning of War s intensification Britain can not be expected in future to Toke As matter of course interpretations of neutrality favouring aggressors he says London March 30�? apr a in the Pacific against shipments pugnacious Winston Churchill of raw materials from Mexico to Britain s first lord of the Admiral Vladivostok from where they can to coupled a new warning of in j find their Way to Germany Tensi fiction of the War tonight some quarters saw a distinct relation Between Churchill a assertion that Quot time has been on our Side but it is a changeable ally with the Treasury a annual statement showing a deficit of �767.685,000 about $3,071,720,-000 for the first fiscal year of the War. Britain a expenditures for the fiscal year ending tonight totalled a 1.816,873,000 about $7,267,392,-000 against revenues of �1,049,-188.000 about $4,196,852,000 despite a 35 per cent income tax and other heavy levies. The 1940-41 War budget to be announced april 23 is expected to run around �1,250,000,000 about $5,000,000,000. New and higher taxes Are anticipated. Churchill a assertion that a there is no need for Russia to be drawn continued on Page la labor act changes termed imperative by House committee 17 re visions urged Board it accused of Over zealousness on Europe a anxious neutrals to join the allies in Quot United action to bring the War against Germany month old dispute were reported won the approval of the student yesterday As Union pickets con legislators were a Bill providing j tinted their pacing before the for regular inspection of brakes state Highway building in pro on All school busses and location test against the Highway com operator of second store near the state prison died Early yesterday morning at his Home 620 East state Street after illness. He was 76 House. Legion Post to sponsor child welfare conference Roscoe Enloe Post no. 5 of the american legion and its auxiliary will hold a child welfare conference for this District wednesday night at the court of heating plants for schools in separate buildings. Nearly half of the Assembly was composed of girls. Cole county was represented by Corine Linhardt. Safely tips Given by patrol to students Mission s refusal to stipulate a a prevailing instead of a a minimum wage Scales in its Road contracts. Reports which could be neither confirmed nor discounted were that r Newton Mcdowell strike is partially directed was in route Here with lawyers preparatory to filing an injunction suit against the Union on the grounds it was interfering with More than 112,000 Missouri High i construction of the Highway 54 school and Grade school students j re routing project South of the have been put Wise to the Funda j City. A local Law firm was said mental rules of driving and to be interested also walking safety the state High-1 work on the project which be Way patrol said yesterday. Gan tuesday morning was Stop during the last six weeks the Ped wednesday morning when patrol has sent troopers to 3201 Union pickets and Mcdowell High schools in All parts of the workmen clashed. Friday labor state to lecture on Highway Safe ers on the Kress building aridity. Approximately 125 of the pation left their jobs in sympathy it followed closely too. Upon continuing demands from various quarters in great Britain for a More vigorous prosecution of the War and the disclosure that the Allied navies Are determined to tighten their stranglehold on Germany by Way laying scandinavian me ships and by greater activity Osage City youth to represent Missouri at 4-h club amp Horold Grothoff to attend Washington meeting june 12-19 Harold Grothoff 19-year-old Osage City High school senior has been named one of Missouri a four representatives to the National 4-h club Camp to be held in Washington d. C., june 12-19. The four delegates Are chosen from the 26,000 4-h club members in Missouri two from the counties North of the Missouri River two from the counties South of the River. The Cole county youth is the oldest of seven children. He is a senior in High school and has completed three years of 4-h club work. For three years he has been president of the Lar rest Community 4-h club sixty members in Cole county and has been Active in All Community activities. He and his father have been especially Active in promoting construction of native lumber silos. Grothoff was a member of the Cole county livestock demonstration team in 1938 which took first place at the state 4-h round up. In 1939 he was a member of the livestock judging team. He is interested particularly in the educational phases of 4-h club work and its effect on the Community. When asked what 4-h clubs had done for the Taos Vicinity he replied a it has created a Community wide interest in the activities of boys and girls. For myself it has Given a greater interest in farm life and in agriculture in general. I really have thought More about improvement and conservation of soil which in turn improves livestock in our Community since i have been a 4-h club reported move would help British France Cut off nazi Supply lines in Black sea Adair who had Ben ill Sven years was born in Maniteau county on april 22. 1863. He is survived by his widow chairman. Mrs. F. F. Mcclun Yelizabeth Adair one daughter Don Elston judge Dixon James Farmer Henry Tolin. A resolutions a. Kelly Pool Victor Kleene James Hoover. Mrs. Anna Weiler mrs. Anna Stone. Lon Brown miss Effie Skain and Joseph Ortmeyer. J. Kelly Pool made a Brief and a. T dress urging passage of the fire i Allty cemetery equipment Bond Issue at the april 2 municipal election. Milt Campbell National director of child welfare of the am trolls 150 men participated in the Campaign. High school students were in Nellie Lee Adair and a son f Parker Quot state William Adair of Waverly to. Funeral services will be conducted at one of clock monday afternoon from the Buescher funeral Home by the Rev. Paul Weber. Burial will be in new Erica legion will be the Prin t strutted in Safe driving and the Cipal speaker. Other spokesmen j rules of the Road As Well As by for the conference will be Rev. Cycle Riding and pedestrian Safe Wilbur Ruggles and or. Harry j to. The younger pupils were Cau health commis a tinned about Safe walking sooner. They will speak on their a a work in relation to child welfare. Representatives from the social Security Board the Board of with the Mcdowell strikers. Although Union representatives continued to press their demands on the Highway commission the latter repeated its Contention that it was powerless to substitute the prevailing wage clause in its contracts. Four ars involved in rash of my Arfy Lark fined on License charge cloy Burchett of East Troy. Mo., was fined is and costs by Justice Foster s. Wheatly saturday on a charge of operating a j truck without a Chauffer a or Drivers License. Burchett was 5,000 persons attend annual school exhibit last i health crippled children society. Bureau of Public assistance. And the Board of education will j attend the school and will an giver questions from the floor during the open discussions which will follow Campbells address. The Public is invited. Army of 120,000 census takers starts Job monday Washington apr an army o sus takers rested 30 a four car Accident involving three parked cars was reported to the police department last night. According to the police report a car driven by j. G. Boyce of Linn an employee of the state Highway department struck a parked car near the intersection of Mccarty and Clark Avenue Early yesterday evening. The parked car owned by miss Josephine Landwehr Routs 3, was rammed into another parked vehicle owned by Tony Rackers uses to begin on april 2 each 1118 East High Street police said. April i 1930, i the car driven by Boyce glanced off and struck a third parked car Washington March 30. Apr a majority of the Smith committee reporting on its investigation of the labor Board told the House today that amendment of the Wagner aet at this Congress session was a a imperative to Correct a wrongs that ire being perpetrated daily upon Industry labor and the general chairman Smith a a and representative Halleck Rind and Routzohn a Ohio filed s 60,000-word report recommending 17 revisions and accusing the present Board of a Over zealousness and a predatory encroachment on Basic rights. The majority previously had submitted in the form of a Bill the proposed amendments which included substitution of a new Board for the present three Man Agency separation of the boards prosecuting and judicial functions and other changes in Board procedure. Summarizes testimony the report filed today summarized the testimony received at lengthy hearings and explained the majority a reasons for recommending the amendments. The other two members of the investigating committee a representatives Healey a mass and Murdock a Utah opposed the recommendations contending that they would seriously impair the act. At the outset of its report however the majority said a in suggesting these amendments the committee reaffirms its belief in the right of employees to organize and bargain collectively through representatives of their own choosing and in the obligation of the government to protect that it asked Congress to study the proposals carefully and asserted Quot such impartial study will reveal beyond question that this committee has proposed no amendment to the act which in any Wise a directly indirectly or remotely a adversely affects its fundamental purposes. The committee has however recommended amendments which if adopted will make the act More effective in achieving the fundamental purposes for which it was school authorities said night approximately 5,000 sons visited the fourteenth an Cjuan Morr soon i Ifa Lafof i Nual Public schools exhibit a Etc Naill Fly la civic per r arrested on Highway 50 Friday by state trooper j. G. Mccann. The Junior High school. Nearly 2.000 persons saw the i exhibits yesterday afternoon and attention was entered on the Day ready to trudge to each a Doorstep in America for the by i Gest question of the \ decade. The Zero hour will be 12 of a. In. Local time monday though m a Reb f 120,000 Cen decade because its Arches to-1 was a sunday. Issued by Ole recorder things to be tabulated include not Only the age sex and location of every person but such other items As individual income from wages up to $5,000, location five years education Citi state said count wont actually begin until j zen ship employment status i Kauffman tuesday. Everyone alive at that marital status and occupation Accident moment will be counted dire Jln the housing census will be j a owned by l. H. Rost 1421 East Mccarty according to the report. Ail cars were damaged considerably police said. The car driven by Boyce was owned by the officers Short and who investigated the a weather couples w Ere issued mar j Garding either births or deaths questions about value Type and size of structures mortgage in j Model air plane show Given in the j rage licenses by Cole county j a few minutes later. Of via t 1-v� a it la t a Ca a Farhar a fun re t �2 a of a to of or f of Vii f f in ask e. I Missouri fair sunday and education Quot and Many students monday continued mild. Participated in the displays. M High temperature. 77 Low 48. _ a. River stage _. Condition improves u a. A e fail i the condition of Carol Lee Kansas City Waverly Boonville it Thorn a of Many. Gymn amp sum. The theme of the j recorder Henry Lepage yester four other censuses will Goon exhibit was a twentieth Century Day. They were at the same time. The censuses Perry Smith and Ellen Blount of manufacturers and other Busi both of Jefferson City Albert j Ness such As wholesalers and Kliegel and Velma Karr both of j retailers started Jan. 2 and Are Jefferson City George w and Rena Molin both Louis Thomas h. Lichte. Jef-1 next week. I 3 fail e i Smiley who suffered a fractured of Skull when struck by a car last ,_5 s fan o a i saturday. Debt Edness and whether occur j a a scheduled broadcast to the Pancy is by owners or renters. United states from Paris by the agricultural census will Tab French Premier Paul Reynaud ulate the number acreage and j was cancelled tonight when at value of farms and farm build morph Eric conditions prevented. Spies j still operating. A tally of hous j Ings nature and acreage of Dif Short wave transatlantic Contact. Of St. Ing and agriculture will Start Ferent crops mortgage indebtedness and number of workers. Daughter to schneiders West Virginia Hild Bride Mother afia Logan a va., March 30�? apr fourteen year old mrs. Clifford Atkins Logan so child Bride of More than a year ago smiled today in a Hospital bed at her Day old daughter. The baby was born last night after a caesarean operation. Mrs. Atkins the former Helen Clidas was married november to 1938, to Clifford Atkins then 22, after the couple had been Given the consent of Helen a parlance Reynaud broadcast j ends. New York March 30�? a i they now live at mud Fork and have been receiving Relief. 4 8 Rue q 2 a was reported As l7n Lake of Otari 4.5 Zee below Lull re. P a it n3 by Hospital attendants noir. I last night. Population figures for the name. And mrs. Clarence Schnei Tion and each state must by Der it. 3, Are the parents of a so family trouble Here Columbia s. C., March 30�? apr technical sergeant Roy e. Bevel of the seventh quartermaster battalion at Camp Jackson has no trouble persuading his sons to obey him. You see son private Wayne e. Bevel and Bucharest March 30�? apr Turkey was represented in usually Well informed Balkan diplomatic quarters tonight As having agreed to permit passage of British and French warships through the Dardanelles to choke off Germany a Supply Lins from Russia in the Black sea. The newspaper be moment regarded As close to the French embassy Here reported moreover that Turkey had agreed to place her naval bases at Trebizond Sarn Sun and sin Ope at the allies disposal for use As contraband control bases. Official circles in London professed no knowledge of the proposed agreement with Turkey. It was said however that if it is True it will be a Strong boost to the Allied diplomatic offensive in the Balkans and an important Aid to tightening the Allied blockade of German. Contrary to 1936 convention informants Here reported the turkish decision was reached at a British French turkish Mill foreign at a glance by the associated preen Bucharest a diplomatic sources say Turkey has agreed to allow Allied warships to pass the Dardanelles and enforce anti German blockade on Black sea. British official sources say a no knowledge of report. London admiralty lord Churchill hints that Britain cannot be expected to accept a interpretations of neutrality which give All advantages to berlins German official Promise More explosive sensations a soon a express satisfaction with results of first a diplomatic Nan King Wang cd 111 of Wei bids for International recognition of japanese sponsored regime. Tary conference a few Day ago at Allevo although such action is contrary to the Monteux convention of 1936 to which Turkey was a party. That convention stipulated that the Dardanelles would by closed to warships of belligerent nations except when they were serving under league of nations mandate or helping a victim of aggression under a Mutual assistance pact concluded within the framework of the league to which Turkey was a party a Way for Turkey to get around this however a explained by Deputy Petko stain off of the foreign affairs com Mimee of the bulgarian Chamar of deputies who told the Sofia newspaper Slovon that Turkey would a let herself be forced to fail to prevent British warships from crossing the strategic Dardanelle Straits. As a Black sea nation Bulgaria is vitally interested in this possibility. Turkey might satisfy formalities other persons indicated by voicing a protest against passage of the Allied warships and having this protest a duly filed in the archives of the league of be moment stated flatly that Turkey would give the Green Light to the Allied warships a so that these ships can control the traffic of War supplies from russian ports to non nazi Trade respected if the Black sea blockade becomes reality diplomats Here predicted russians non German Trade will be scrupulously respected. For months the allies tried vainly and at a tremendous Cost in men to Force the Dardanelles to get at the enemy during the world War when Turkey was fighting on the Side of Germany. Now Turkey is a non belligerent ally of the Western Powers to whom she is linked by a Mutual assistance pact pledging help to one another a in the event of aggression leading to War in the Mediterranean this pact however has nothing to do Vith the league of nations. Soviet Premier foreign minister to Lotoff a reiteration yesterday of russians non belligerency was regarded in some quarters Here As a promising sign for any Allied blockade in the Black sea. In the event Russia remains out of the european War which Zolotoff emphasized she will do the allies will be free from the danger of attack from Black sea coasts unless Germany herself pushes through the Balkans. In that Case the British French armies assembled in the near East estimated As High As Soo too men can Start operations. The opinion of several South Terson City and Helen Shaw population enumerators w ill Columba Richard v. Dunham St a t their rounds on tuesday lion and each state must by Der it. 3. Are me parents or a son in die no and Dorothy Eddington both of because of a technicality. Ten Law be reported to the presi i daughter born late Friday night j son in Law private Jack Eastern but Ope s foreign Diplo i Macomb us i years ago Congress ordered continued in Page ii let St. Mary a Hospital. I Christ Are pop s outfit. Continued of gaga i

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