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Portsmouth Sunday Times (Newspaper) - April 12, 1930, Portsmouth, Ohio
Weather possible showers sunday. Skin and rooter monday in Ohio wik. Sty Orfe Mouriz Munday sctt news to pages today in 4 sections Esta bushed 1852 for 78 Venn a dependable Portsmouth institution Portsmouth Ohio. Sunday april 13, 1930 a a the member associated press daily s outs sunday 8 cauls78 children saved in Hospital fire today child health Day. One cubic Inch one ton. Good fight ahead. Hie Udys husband. By Arthur Brisbane state Republican leaders outline platforms copyright 1930, King features Syndicate inc Okes i Dent Hoorer designating May first As Quot child health Day Quot parents and All others to Cooth the. Tie a Are sonic ingredients child Boa i til. Felt a hair and sunlight they cot nothing. Regular hours Long and regular deep. They Cost nothing. Eating slowly which Cost nothing. S d develops Teeth and jaws avoiding timid and other troubles. Good simple food with variety from Day to Day. That costs trouble Fri Cipully. _ while designating a child health Day the government might think the Mother s health also Aud the disgraceful fact that this nation leads All others civilized in the number to mothers that die in childbirth for Lack competent attention. Of a sow is about to have a litter. Or a cow a Culf the government stands ready to advise and help through tile agricultural department. For the expectant human Kotlier there is no such help. Cranium heaviest All metals is now produced for 400 dollars a Pound. Some it. Was shown to chemist at Atlanta. The present Price is Low Envoi it the stuff was priceless. It weighs twice As much As Lead it cosmically considered that is not heavy. Learn from science that the certain stars because terrific Gravity Aud compression weighs two thousand pounds to the. Ii Inch. Imagine the outer joint Jour thumb weighing a ton. Tue Sun s radiation heat and Power Are supposed to come from the a a a ripping the electrons moping around the Ancle Are stripped off and shot into space. The a. Ii i. Left alone Are packed one another with no space Mili Tating them from their electrons and from each Oiler. It is As though Jeu stripped away the planets from ins Iii spar Aud packed the Sunsa Dally together in a Lump. Would be heavy. An Electron in proportion t As far from its Central nucleus a the Sun is from the Earth. I Ali atom is u Little Tolar system. A Small you do not notice a million a i systems in the Comer your Quot a is really too Coin d. At least for our feeble minds. Or lint ii Mccormick returns to Vork Iii Washington having a by More than 200,000 rotes Imi Vii who let eat her husband. 1 a Medill Mccormick for Aru in years ago. Medill Mccormick now in. Knows about that. He is Well a i with hts energetic widow. Ii a ii governor and senator open 0.0. Plight Cooper answers criticism that he increased payrolls. Stands his record Mcculloch places Tariff Foremost in his platform. Toledo o., april 12.�?the platforms which they will seek continuance in their present positions were outlined by gov. Myers v. Cooper and United states senator Roscoe c. Mcculloch at the political dinner Given by the Lucas county Republican executive committee Here tonight. The dinner which was arranged in Honor gov. Cooper senator Mecula Loch and John x. Willy s. Newly no pointed Amhaus Snder to Poland was attended by approximately 1.200 tier sons and marked the formal opening the gubernatorial and senatorial campaigns in Ohio. Governor Cooj Ier in an extended review the accomplishments the state government emphasized that he intends to seek re election his record construct Ive accomplishment. Answering criticism the state democratic organization that payroll expenses have la eau greatly increased tile chief executive admitted there Bas been increases Iii some Deji Art ments Quot necessary to safeguard properly the interests the people and to produce greater efficiency in the conduct state government. In every instance there Bas been the fullest justification Iii the action taken and in the results increase pay Roll citing specific instances alleged justifiable payroll increases the governor named employees various state institutions particularly guards it the Penitentiary increase in the number state Bank examiners to enable the department to make two examinations bunks each year instead Only Oue the increased expense being absorbed by the hunks themselves increase in Hie number payroll auditors tile a state Industrial commission with result that payrolls employers Are increased to amounts they should be paying premiums . Citing one specific instance payroll auditing he said one Liny Roll which had not Bevil audited for seven years resulted Iii it being increased i hat from ii to. Hio to $187,000 a year lie i Dee i a red tautly similar cases had been found. Such examples lie said to its j a i owed u a defrauding the workmen s compensation fund thus Aud dollars and in it Iii upon honest industrialists who were Coli Tri Huting their equitable share an unwarranted increases employees it the compensation department has resulted Iii cutting Ali average time adjusted compensation claims one half to the minimum thirteen Days. Defense increases in the film Lux department which have been particularly singled out for criticism by the Democrat also was made. Ile explained that a new accounting system Inis in cedi installed to enable tile state tile first time Iii history to determine its financial stand at ail time. Ile pointed to the Ohio handier Commerce endorsement the new accounting system. Ile said it a eliminates Guesswork Iii the fiscal policy the pay s tribute senator Mcculloch after paying compliments to president Hoover Post master general Walter f. Brow a ambassador Willy gov. Goodier. Senator less Aud tile late Theodore Hurt whom he succeeded in the Senate declared that he is Quot party elect woman a the mayor King City associated frill photo Essie Ward 3., an attorney has been elected mayor King City Missouri. Gandhi keeps up Marcu against British rules arrests lieutenants fail to daunt Indian Leader. Honer Tariff s provided by Muse members tobacco and Cotton top Long list increases. Task to end soon where subway will bore through Chicago Loop demonstration bombs exploded mrs. Mccormick will run a i Hamilton Lewis aide Ami 1 statesman the old school. Quot ii i band Lieut James Hamilton. Vav Hen be Medill Mccormick in. Ted senator. I Quot Ming election will be inter lr.-. Mccormick could not Quot thin against . Lewis and i it As chivalrous As Bayard say anything against mrs. K. If lie could and he could Solidarity party regularity and party ii have to be a prohibition j organization. Or it. Mccormick is dry Audun j �?�1 intend to continue to recognise the president As our Leader and i no opined to Ltd the so called republicans who Are republicans Only for the purpose getting into Mcculloch said that it is impossible to take the Tariff oat politics hut that it is possible to a take the figuring the rates out he said president Hoover declared in favor the inclusion flexible rates in the Tariff Bill but that the coalition in the Senate struck the flexible provisions from the Hill Aud Flint unless the coalition is broken up. It will reject this vital provision. Mcculloch declared that the time is i be for a change in the rules for making the Tariff. Selfishness in the motivating Force from which Tariff rates Spring under the present sys 1 statesmen she is dry in my Iii to she votes and lives. Yvvis is a wet Quot the a Tiht it Izeki should not be deprived i i Iii Al Freedom my Orinick will say a vote for gtd i shall keep you out my court and keep you i Quot a will say Quot elect me Ami a Quot ii out the world court Ter course and ill give s your foaming a the sky scrapper look Avenue and Michigan ave upon Hie Lake. Good citizens at length those pro Psi crowd 20,000 demonstrate at Lahore business at standstill. My the Annu lated i a Bombay april 12�?one week ago tomorrow morning Mahatma Gundi opened the nationalist civil disobedience Campaign by entering the Waters the Gulf Cainhoy near do Mil and defying tile government s Salt by Iio Matiy by crudely making Salt from sea water. After six Days agitation the nationalist Campaign tonight continued with apparently unabated vigor despite arrests May prominent Gandhi lieutenants Aud the met lug out f rigorous prison sentences. The Mahatma is still at Lily cry the Indian government apparently playing a waiting game Aud desirous proceeding slowly lie Tiv Nike today in the burst District. The chief centers activity in the Campaign today were gah utta Lahore and Bombay three the great cities India and there was agitation Aud the menace violence la ill three. At Calcutta. Mayor j. M. Sen Gupta campaigning vigorously again after his release from imprisonment it Rangoon Burma for sedition utterances was once More arrested this time Vav Idle rending to a meeting students. The Bengal student Are taking an increasing part in the nationalist demonstrations. At Lahore a crowd 20, demonstrators a relied through tile City Iii a procession and it Bombay the Stock Exchange Vivus closed for the Day Iii protest against a police charge against a crowd indians yesterday. Work three Complete rate schedules Complete total now la. By ii. Harold Oliver associated press staff writer Washington april 12�?higher Protection from foreign Competition for american producers wrapped tobacco Cotton textiles and various raw and processed commodities flax hemp and jute was provided under agreements reached today by the Senate and House conferees the Tariff Bill. High spots in the Day s work were seen in the Compromise by which present duties $2.10 and $2.75 a Pound respectively a stemmed and stemmed wrapped tobacco were increased by 17 1-2 cents a Pound and in acceptance the Senate a additional levee to rents a Pound All goods except Rug made from Long Staple Cotton. The House Bill had provided an increase 40 i ends a Pound in the Quot tobacco imposts. The Senate had restored present rates. The Cotton goods rate increase ens to compensate manufacturers using Long Staple Cotton which was taken from the free list by the Senate and Given a Tariff 7 cents a Pound. Work three Complete rate schedules was completed today bringing the total up toll since the Tariff adjusters began their task a week and a half ago. Predict close soon with Only four rate sections awaiting adjustment senator Smoot. Republican Utah head to the Senate conference group predicted All duty differences will have been composed by the Middle next week. Then the task conciliating the disputes Over administrative clauses will he started in the Hope that the entire Hill might be completed before May i. Duly six rates have been Jesse Over thus far by the conferees so that Tho House Png might vote upon them. They affect sugar Cement Lumler. Shingles either and Casein. Besides agreeing to the Long Staple Cotton it gods rate increase the conferees today accepted the following semite duties in the Cotton schedule compared with present rates. Sewing thread one half one cent per Hundred Yards now tile same tire and Cord fabric 25 Ter Quot ent now the ame blankets ural Blanket cloth id per cent but not less than 14 1-4 Cen a a Pound now 25 per cent shirt net knot crocheted. 13 per cent. Rcv m3 per a ent Blaze follows explosion at Irvington n. Children carried to safety by nurses who Brave flames. Workman is burned Chi a Agos photos 0 bub Vays x in it t Loop Ibi \ ii ii i a a a he a a ii i i a one subway Linos in Chicago s proposed under around top in congested a a Loop Quot District. System map will run under state Street Roy struck by Auto sustains Skull fracture Otto Lancaster la Mill Street in critical condition. Mishap is Quot reported Quot hit and miss Quot rag rugs. 75 per cent based the american Selling Price rags including wiping rags 3 cents a Pound now dutiable at various lower rates rope used belting b r textile machinery. 40 a cent now so Lier cent. Another Senate amendment approved provides a minimum rate .55 one Hundredth a cent per average Nom garage employee claims boy darted out from behind flood Wall. Otto i Nyji it Ter la. Roil mrs. Grace Lancaster Sio Mill Street is in Schirrman Hospital in a critical condition suffering from a fractured Skull and multiple Hru Isea received about 8 p. In. Saturday when struck by a Tun Rhine driven by Sheldon Kaiser ti32 fourth Street an employee the Glock Lier Chevrolet garage. The Accident occurred Chilli Cotter and front Street Kaiser who retorted the Accident to ithe police stated that he was driving West front Street Aud Hail crossed Chillicothe when Lancaster stepped from it Hind the Tao Towall into the path his car. The Impact the collision threw the youth several feet from where Kaiser stopped i machine. The injured lad a carried to the time office. Lynn ambulance a summoned and rushed him to the Hospital. At the Hospital an examination disclosed that Mercury goes up to 92 Mark Here saturday Portsmouth and Scioto county sheltered tinder Nna Damnable summer weather Friday and saturday with the Mercury climbing to the 92 Mark saturday. The lowest during the Aly was 58. To investigate woman buried aum report grand jury called for monday in Carter county to probe burial. Victim sudden death planes scour wild outlands for lost Pilot r. F. Skelton sportsman and artist missing since thursday. Gas tank leaked Ber per Pound one Plain Cotton cloth. Jinjr it j # mule containing yams the average number la Diego census enumerator by prohibition in this Quot Jain Quot be asked Quot what i a ids business a t bootleggers replied the i Tell you he s doing employed at present a a i be i. Be drove a truck a loll Angeles this Quot Ita Gnu Tias a drink tules i the tactful . No employ input problem a loggers. I Riel continued Page fourteen the weather two him is crude count auction sex plod a at the great Indian Peninsular railway one injured two Persona in tile third class waiting room Byrtilla station near Bombay Ami Ama her Wirtly wrecked a suburban milk train Haji Siraj Uddluy a Mohammedan found lying with an injured Arm near the Byrtilla station was arrested. The police believe the Bond were exploded in Coli Beeton with a strike aiming Railroad employees. The manufacture contraband Salt continued a face today. Two notable feature tile movement were the increasingly prominent part played by women and Lite fact that a War liquor is being buried now by . Gandhi with i War the Salt monopoly. Tile latter Eam a sign includes Lite cutting Down Palm Trees from whose sap a native liquor is brewed and tile picketing wine shot where volunteers appealed to customers not to enter. Deputy sheriff Les from Accident injuries amp a Motorist is charged with assault to kill. By Tim air heft Proa Salum. O. April 12.�?james f Elliott us. Deputy sheriff son in Law a if former state senator a. A. . Dud Here in a Hospital today from injuries he relived last saturday when a Motorist emailed him a against a tree numbly Liec Nuse it is goad it Ion a the Outlook is for Harry in. Hushing was a tested mentation and agree showers sunday afternoon night last and charged with an big producer. And Possi Idy monday morning in the Sault with intent to kill and a could conservation be lower Lake Region and Ohio Valley. La oud to the grand jury which Lait will he colder monday in the Gin monday. Ile a released under Ohio Valley Ami the lower Luke a rash Boud . A autopsy Region. I was Beld tonight at lib . Ohio increasing cloudiness followed by local showers sunday a Light and in West Ami Ortii portions sunday afternoon monday partly Cloudy Ami cooler preceded by showers in Erly morning. Kentucky increasing Cloud Columbia supreme Ness followed by showers late Sumpty id that be adm Nicatra j afternoon night monday partly i Servatia program a Clouds and cooler. A a a Why not make it a r two american business Ink to each other. Which exceeds number . House Cotton Rote approved a compared with existing levies were to in Etrie Ami other Jacquard figured upholstery cloth. 55 tier cent. Now 45 per cent Warp knit gloves lift per cent. Now 50 per cent. The Fluty Cotton Chenille Rug was increased from 35 to 40 tier cent by another Compromise. These Asenah Yates in the flax hemp Ami jute schedule were accepted hemp Aud hemp Tow. 2 cent a Pound now 1 cent hacked hemp. 3 12 cents a Pound now 2 cent jute twist Ami Cordage composed 2 my fre yarn roving twisted together the size the single yarn roving which is coarse than 3 pout igl 0 cents a Pound now la Ceuta. Threads twines and cords composed two More Yam now 30 her cent Gill settings webs seines Aud other fishnets flax. Hemp Ramie not especially provided for. 45 per cent now dutiable at various lower rates. Woven fabrics for artists Canvas. 45 per cent now 40 per cent Linen handkerchiefs with band rolled hand made hems. So later cent and i cent each now 43 per cent inlaid linoleum 4 tier cent now 35 cent. The duty Manila. Sisal and Llen Evnen Cor in be has risen from three Quarter a cent to 2 1-4 Centi a by Compromise a House provision accepted Mould provide a rate 55 per cent Woven fabrics flax. Hemp Ramie weighing not ires than 4 and not Over 12 mores per Square Yard and 12 but based c s via rot less a ban 4 1-2 ounces and not Over so inches another House amendment agreed to would increase from 4d pc 55 per Cen the Rote flax Ramie Woven fabrics used for padding amt teaming in Clothier exceeding to inf not More than 1?0 threads to the Square Inch. Will neet in capital Dayton a april 12.-a. A. Lisle Columbus was elected Prosl Dent and Columbus was selected a Lite text meeting place at the annual be a inn Here today the Hilo Newler the War Veteran association represent votive Iii in Decatur. Ii. April 12�?John i Henley. Gift. Prominent meddler the Ohio legislature Alvut it year ago died in a Hospital Ber today. Sud Bis condition is considered a critical. Ile a attended by . La. A. Kehir Mim. Captain police free St Art Zuni ii investigated. C h lid killed in fight Over Candy playmate held by the associated in fess Cantin a. April 12. A join rout/., la is dead tonight and ills Teri your old playmate has Leen taken by Tho Dix lifter it Street fight among five Liny Over a chocolate easter Bunny. John was shot i ii rough the ale domed. Ile went to Lite Home Charles Cliris Leeti it after the fight Over the Rabbit and tried to puh ant tile door Ole Wert told Young Christe ii a Olio said had prepared himself with a gun Ami fired a his play fellow came through tile door. Charles is i Wing held in Stark county jail by probation off her. On a charge delinquency. The rout i boy according to the Story furnished police disputed the Cristeen let Yea ownership the chocolate Bunny. They fought for it Ami other in it Guys joined in the fray Christe ii a heated and he went mid got a gun Iii playmate said. Rouz followed him to cml the Argil Menf and met death. Friends say body not Anital med no undertaker called. Grayson by. April 12 Nap a circuit judge g. W. Wofford Carter county announced today that he would Call for a grand jury monday to probe charges that . Susie Vickers test for whom funeral Servi Les were held Here March 2t. Was buried alive tickers was Stric Kru with a heart Atlak while preparing the evening meal in Lier Home at Denton by this county ii March 27. She was pronounced dead and was brought Here March 2>. Services were Beld Here tile same Day at the Bapt it Church. According to mrs Clay Aud mrs. Johnson moisture was noticed Lite woman Faro during the funeral service Ami it was wiped off. Again at the grave moisture was noticed they Aid mid again it was wilted off. The body Vii buried Iii Gray Sou cemetery. It a retorted Here that the state Board health Louisville had been notified hut official in that City said they had heard nothing the Case. Judge Wolfford a announcement came after two states who formerly employed mrs. Vickers appeared before him and testified that in their opinion tile woman a Bushel while still living. Tile women. In. George b. Clay and . Honchell Johnson. Both Catlettsburg. By. Told judge Wolf Ford Flint they had investigated mrs. Vickers death and funeral and that several Ler Wuis find told them that moisture had been wiped from the woman lace twice during the funeral services. The Sisters said that . Ticker was subject to fainting spell Aud that silo would lie in a state ennui for some time. They also told the judge that they understood she a hurled without being embalmed and without the Senh is an undertaker. Chicago Man believed to be dead wanted to Fly across Ocean. By Tim associated 1�?~rroa Chicago april 12. A air planes and Mph ilium skimmed lie water Loike Michigan and the wild Dune Laid a that fringe its Southern Shore today in vain quest some clue to the Fate Ralph Fisher Keiton who left anti Arbor mich., two Days ago in his monoplane with a Leaky tie tank. Ilonie that lie lives was virtually a Bat idol i i us the filers reported be search thus far fruitless Skelton lost in the fog that Bung Over this Region thursday afternoon came Down Iii the tit mile expanse water that intervened in ills direct path. Lake Michigan Beld its secret close. Skelton a an artist and sportsman. With a private i bits License Date a last Molter lie cherished ambitions to Fly the at Iii Utic and bad told friends in would some Day Pilot ids plane across Lake Michigan. From Ann Arbor thursday he telegraphed miss Kelly Cook tit suburban Evanston be would lie Here to keep an engagement that night. He left at 4 30 p. Rn., his plane dripping gasoline Ile Wun not Scott Beard from again. Associates at la us Waukee Airport Northwest Chicago said a Neitous Plum was Iii Good condition when he took off from the Field last tuesday to attend the aviation show at Detroit. He took two passengers but was returning alone and Bud teen noted no biter than Friday after noon. 37,000,000bushels Grain stored at Duluth lakes will be Clear ice within next two weeks my the a it so in aril in Ress Duluth minn., april 12�?with More than 37.duo.ouo bushels Grain in elevators at Duluth and ulterior and almost total Alwe Oce demand from the East Grain men at the Bead the lakes expected a Small consignment by vessels Down tile great Lvke at tie in inning inter Lake navigation Iii Assiut to Days two week. No Relief from heat is in sight Kansas City. April 12-tbe Beal wave remained unbroken in the Southwest Imlay with Little Relief from drought Ami excessive temperatures in Prospect for at least several Days. While Light Shower fell in fat i Ury touched the Mai cd rec Murk for the fourth aug Eevald Day. The maximum in Kansas City which Baa Baj Only .07 Inch rain Simc february. A 5.5. Oklahoma City Rej a red a Sun Antonio s3 Houston 78 and ii. Ila 70. The weather Bureau forecaster tired sect Toua and partly Cloudy said that while Bigly scattered is skies brought a Bint moisture Cal Shower might he expected the weather Bureau reported there we Tern Tik Lahoma. Kansas Eastern Ward a veal i it Irani Center Over a Nebraska Iowa. Northern Missouri the entire country. Ami East to Northern i it Biol the pre temperature were a few degree j Cid tation would not amount to much lower than for several Day but it and Little change in tempi erasure was not noticeable to it Piring Clatl a i my tented before tuesday sen. I wednesday. At Independence. Kans. Tike Mer-1 further toll was Ukia it the southwestern wheat crop already deteriorating a the result one tile driest Springs in year. Apple Blo Monis have been brought out two weeks Early to Kansas causing p. R. Flora Federal numerologist at Topeka to express fear that the crop would be killed by late frosts. The peach crop a tidal Hima Hiex peeled to be almost a total failure. Not so much from drought according to St Ute official a from hard freeze earlier in the year. Ca Tures Aud lawns have been it tanks by Lack moisture bringing a bumper crop it dandelions and Miler weeds. I n e w York Hospital for heart disease destroyed loss $100,000. My the Anan lated tiros 1rmngton, n. Y., april 12-\n employee was probably a anally burned and in children to til Ai bedridden Var tried led to safety today e Hen fir following a Furnace explosion de Troy re Irving Vii House cardiac Home a private Hospital for children xxx 11 to heart disease. Edward Bryce 28. Handyman and Mechanic at the i rim it it Ion was so bully burned about Tho entire body that attendants Doh. Kerry Hospital where lie was taken said he probably would die. Children t married to safety the 14 nurses at the Hospital dimmed by their suit Ervin a miss Lena Buff ton braves the heat and flumes to carry the to bedridden children wrapped in blankets Down fire is cups and inside staircases to the garage and other build Biga Tim Hospital ground. These children and a few other along with several nurses were the Only ones in the Hospital when the explosion occurred in the a ement. Moat the children were the Lawn. Arias Ruffian ran three time through the building accompanied by five nurses to make certain that All the bedridden children had been carried out. She and the nurse were ordered from the building by la Emu. Neighbors brought Blanket clothing and other coverings to protect the children from the cold and Lent automobile for their transportation to Homes and and the grounds the Ardsley country club. In Tarrytown Hospital the to bedridden children together with six others were taken to Doh ferry and Tarrytown Hospital. Non these cd i Lorn any the other were injured. Bryce was trapped in the burning basement for 35 minutes Befu a police and firemen who came from Dobb ferry North Garry town. Tarrytown and Irvington took Bim out. To wag repairing the Oil burning Furnace when it exploded. The building which stood a Hill overlooking the Hudson River and w hich had been built at a coat $100, too by John , president Tho West Virginia Raper and pulp company. Who once made it his Home a raced. Firemen arrived too late to do Effe five work and then were hampered in their efforts by Low water procure. Twenty killed in mine blast near Tacoma the Asan Cloterl press Tacoma Wash. April is Twenty men were killed in a Gas explosion at the Armanado Coal mine go mile East Bere tonight said reports from the mine. All in mine Are dead mine authorities said. Gas fumes kept Rescue parties from entering the Tunnel. Identification the let inn had not yet been made. Rescue parties tonight were endeavouring to get into the sector which raved in but were unable to make much headway due to the Gaa fumes. It will lie Many hours before any sort Rescue attempt ran Hope for Sucre those at the seen lie tragedy stated. Admiral Byrd to retire that is for iwo months wants time to spend with family this fall. the associated Presa new York. April 12.�?rear Admiral Richard e. Byrd will retire to private life fur at least two months within six weeks after he return to new York in mid june from bus South Ldar voyage exploration. Copt. H. Ii. Bailey Iii representative Bere announced today. The explorers arrival in Newt York with Ida two ships the Eleanor Bolling Aud the City new York is set tentatively at june 14. He would like to be Able to dispose bus immediate engagements within 30 40 a it Aud after that Date in order to have an uninterrupted time to spend with his family to codify the scientific data collected his expedition to rest and to work a Book scheduled for publication in the fall. Plot ant p a sewer Kaleo in plane crash flier had Little experience plane Falls 200 feet. Both associated Paras Butte moot. April Ulm Herman Carlton. 24, Pilot Aud Bill Gordon 27. A i ism Tiger were killed tonight ii i ult a mile from the three Forks Airport in an air plane crash. The flip went into a dive from a height Hunt 200 feet. Carbon Ama a flier with about 120 hours experience and a associated with tin Forks aircraft school
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