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Portsmouth Sunday Times (Newspaper) - August 4, 1930, Portsmouth, Ohio Reather a i thut my a a Rill to ii i Floe to Bot is Bari tuesday rfcs by Tai realer. She Simps Al a rushed Issi vol 37. No. Ill 12 pages port8moitii, Ohio Hon Day Al old St 4, 1238 it it to Inmom Pim home1 edition thus Caa robbers make Harl in Trail punt today the dirigible Experiment. In. Sloan cuts Power rates. England goes to Germany. 34 questions. Try them. By Arthur Brisbane copyright to Klas psst dyad. The r-100 trip proves British determination to Rale the new Ocean 0 air. And make Safe Ber islands rat Are real islands no longer. It is e lesson to this country too much Given to watchful waiting in aria tick. The difficulties r-100, Drifting with a damaged Fin in a storm that heavier than air ship might easily conquer indicate that the dirigible list fabric with Power unequal to its difficulties is Only an interesting exit ariment thus far. A future zeppelins Light Metal Strong As steel obviating dancer from lightning with engines powerful enough and frames rigid enough to defy storms May compete with heavier than air planes. The present dirigible is like a big trip the sea feeble construction equipped with an engine too weak to control the Waves. It is like a whale with the Tail t cat fish. A a a Matthew s. Sloan head sew York s Edison Power company yesterday filed with the Public service commission schedules lower rates for electric current. Thin follows . Sloan a advice to a recent convention Power men to improve business by making Power a Hen Jet and its use Universal. A a a consider the results if All Bouses had electric vacuum cleaners washing machines fans cooking stoves and every farm used electricity to Cut Wood grind feed pump Rater milk rows Etc. Coal for Power would regain its value Many Idle would find work human efficiency would to increased. A a a Henry Ford hearing the new Flower charge schedules called it Sloan a office to congratulate Bim. To increase profits and general pros orly a snid . Ford a Oln Treav production and Cut prices. That is How i that is How All to dust intelligently managed must win Success. If Piile i had tried it business might better and motor buses Antonio la lev i Tai motor trucks might not be a tinning much the railroads busily Mesa Macdonald with his daughter has gone to Oberammergau and will see the passion play Tornor pm. Urn Brit i prime minister to vis it Iierman since the War he will i Well received and entertained at dinner by the Premier Bavaria. War hatreds and suspicions Are gradually dying and the results War Are Tux. I lug. the three great european nation involved Germany beaten is j i Ore prosperous than England Victo j Fiona and France victorious is in j finitely More prosperous than any j the others. A a a Khz i v Ink boys competing Iii the Edison Quot most intelligent boy ii America test had before them a to question which they a ast answer 31. They were asked to give the value i to acres farming Lund in a f i Section Iowa not even the governor Iowa could answer that a ii Vertu Unity. A to the boys were asked to ill by what facts they will deter til Quot whether they have succeeded failed As they Ile their death Quot i. Answers to that question will he interesting. A ii i death lied a Man does t Huck Over his life praising blaming himself. He is too worn Brid wary. He asks for a handkerchief. like Goethe for a More Light a id falling eyes making him blink the room is dark. A a a till i questions Are deep mid interesting. The boy Reading pin might Well say to . Ehm t i Quot hid answer your questions j Ildon t need your scholarship. A tie too Wise already. I pm \ i ii meat prohibition l r for tile present will Corieen pc. M violators Quot ignoring 20 killed in Ohio accidents Over week end if local office Many die in new Romance Effort to get heat Relief eighteen lose lives in Auto wrecks and by drowning i Over week end. Two in plane crash a out inned Page nine t pm Are attire Mer Stillerman a report r a i re int la i. M. Today High. Year ago today High. 78 8 a. By. Yesterday maximum a a a Day. Tit car. Is i a Fiji its i Cloudy. My. A Cloudy. Ask my Clouds i. Vij Cloudy. A. 77 Clear in. Cloudy to. Lie Cloudy a to i Clear. a partly Kik. W Cicur. I Manly is. 2 Clear. .2 74 Clear. Is. A Clear. Is. Is Clear is a partly. Tic. It <j,.udr .4 it Lear. To 7� year. Iss Ike Pavs Milf he panty to dowdy Mala a pay mis 4 be floods a panty. 4 partly deaths Over saturday and sunday make record in Buckeye state. By the a lactate Presa air plane and automobile accidents und drownings caused 20 deaths in Ohio Over the week end. Air plane accidents counted for two drownings for seven and automobile accidents for the remainder. William by. Edwards 9, son . And mrs. Everett Edwards de Roit was killed and mrs. William Dewey Detroit was injured perhaps fatally when a Cabin plane crashed into a carnival tent at the Bummel Airport at Findlay last night while Willard Immel 22, Kingston Ohio was killed at Columbus while making his first Parachute jump. At Findlay Harry Bummel Findlay Pilot the plane who was among the five slightly injured was attempting to land near the tent when the right wind dipped suddenly and he could not right it in time. Automobile accidents automobile accidents claimed the following dead . And mrs. John Mohler near Mansfield were killed when the engine their car stalled last night the Cleveland southwestern electric Railroad tracks and a limited interurban struck them. Clyde Albright Shelby was killed when an automobile hit his motor Cycle North Mansfield yesterday morning. Ii. K. Linebaugh Knoxville teuo., was killed by his racing automobile As it turned Over and Kenneth c. Loader 25, Dearborn. M Chwasz killed As he tuned his car up for a race at the Greenville motor Speedway yesterday. Rhode Newton. 25. Mcconnells Ville was killed when his automobile hit a tree. Burn Howell 35, Cuya hoga Falls killed when bus motorcycle collided with an automobile. Carl Daymon 22. Findlay killed when his automobile fell from a Bridge. Joseph herring. Cleveland and an unidentified woman companion were injured fatally in an automobile Accident at Creston Ohio. Eight Are drowned the drowning victims were William Wiseman in in the Ohio at Cincinnati. Rhodes c. Moore. 3d. Alliance drowned while wading in the Tuscarawas River near port Washington. Robert Flake 25, Toledo drowned while swimming at Point place la the Maumee. George e. Miller 34, Cleveland who went to sleep the roof a Cabin boat in Lake Erie and fell into the water. An unidentified youth who was drowned at Lorain in Lake Erie. Ruth Hussey 4. Daughter . Aud mrs. I it a Hussey Cleveland drowned when she stepped into a deep Hole in Lake Lacine in Geu Uga county. Dibble Troeman 20, negro drowned in a Stone Quarry at Columbus. Seeks us too in fatal crash former s. Webster resident files suit in tragic deaths relatives. The violation a City ordinance i hissed More than 40 years ago which provided that Railroad trains passing through the City must not trawl faster than 15 Miles an Bour will be the chief grounds upon which a $45,000 damage snit filed at Marion against the new York Central it. R. Company will be fought. Olliver Stephens formerly the sooth Webster Community has filed a petition in common pleas court it Marion for $45,000 damage for the death . And mrs. Bryan Stephens a son Ralph and . Stephen a Mother mrs. Nancy Stephens Columbus who were killed March 28 when the Stephens automobile a As struck by a new York Central train. The plaintiff charges that the train was travelling at Hie rate to Miles body Omo Soun Reltha in fungal Managua. N Acara no avg. 4�? preps Rattan were aside today to return to Galion. Ohta. The by Ijmte. Norman cd Freeman the Nim in run a National guard died hands night after the former Catherine Lawrence Tartlet a Model who it has just been Learned eloped from a House party july 16 with Charles Mason Wesson son a military attache the i. S. Embassy in London. After Awakening the county clerk at Gate Resburg md., Iii order to obtain a License the couple proceeded to Rockville md., where they were married. Mears to plan another flight Accident to plane shatters Hopes world fliers to gain record. By the Anor litre from Harbor Grace Newfoundland August 4.�?despite the wreck his plane John Henry Mouth today set about making new plans to regain the world circling record taken from him to Gay the Graf Zeppelin. Mears plane the City new York was wrecked at 2 45 a. Rn., Portsmouth Unie yesterday when he attempted to take off in the dark against the advice Airport officials. Mears suffered a wrenched shoulder but his Pilot. Henry j. Brown was unhurt. The plane was a total wreck. A we Are temporarily Down but not out a Mears said. Quot we will try again not this year in 1931.&Quot the plane did not catch fire and this probably saved the lives the filers and their dog Mascot a Tailwind. In a a who scampered away after the wreck. Mears said he did not blame Brown who had insisted an Early Takeoff for the Accident. The Accident came utter what seemed a perfect Start. After leaving the smooth Faith that stretches out from the Airport the plane struck the Side the runway careened along the Burins the Side and turned Over. Meurs said the wreckage would tie shipped to new York. The airmen took off from Roosevelt Field a y., Early saturday to break the record 21 Days for a Globe circling flight held by the Graf Zeppelin. Mears two previous occasions had established round the world records in which however he used fast twats for Ocean Crossings. Tau awns again damaged panic reported when Earth rocks in cities for t Mer disaster. Potenza Italy aug. 4�?tile Horna in d italia correspondent telegraphs that a new earthquake shuck a Felt at Melfa and Rio Vero at 12 10. Today producing a great panic in the City. Tile City Hall at Rio Nero suffered damage by none was caused at Melfi the report said. Melfi and Rio Nero were in the heart the earthquake Rone two weeks ago which destroyed a wide Section Southern Italy. Both cities suffered heavy tolls and almost Complete destruction was caused at mein which is situated the rim an extinct Volcano Crater High in the a perlite Hills. Elderly revolver indicates pact mrs. Buckley requests parole in her husband by Tim assays press Columbus 0�?z aug. 4.�?mn. Paul inc Buckley Dayton o., today seat a form letter to her friends asking that they write a letter to the United states Board parole at Washington urging favourable action the application Ber husband former state treasurer Bert b. Buckley for a parole from Federal prison at Atlanta a. Buckley was sentenced to two years and six months charges conspiracy to bribe a Federal prohibition officer. Confessions obtained in Ohio murders husband says he killed wife because she was untrue. Steel worker Keis death la Hok oils Lambert Butler 46, killed in Sheet Mills Early sunday evening. Employees find body Beauty contenders one slain two for love identical in deaths Many respects slayers in jail. By Tim Assenat press Cleveland aug. 4-tbe mystery in the slaying two women last week one whose body was found in an Oats Field near Wadsworth Friday and the other whose body was found at a Roadside in Berea saturday was cleared today authorities having obtained confessions from two alleged slayers. Will Evans 26-year-old machine shop Foreman Berton was held in the Medina county jail after he signed an alleged confession at 2 a. In. That in killed miss Agrippina Koala Wilri and left her body in the out debt thursday night. Tony Collet to 21, yesterday afternoon is alleged to have confessed to the slaying his 18-year-old Bride Christina and left her body in a Road at Berea. Take Mather and daughter Evans and a companion who is also held told going to the Home a mrs. Blue in Wadsworth where they picked up miss Kozlowsky and Lier daughter Lillian Rose 2. They took the child to the Home mrs. Harry Mench in Wadsworth. They said that she had intended to return to a resort in Mansfield which it was said she had been an inmate. The Foreman a companion told police that the confessed Slayer had known miss Kozlowsky for several years and was in love with Ber. He had threatened to kill Ber she renamed to the resort. In the slaying Christina col Lettl her husband said he had heard rumours her unfaithfulness to Bim. They had not been living together and he said he did not know whether the rumours were untrue. He told meeting her near her Home Friday night and asking her to go for a ride wife we net True Quot i drove with her a it ast the Airport and Down Barrett Road and i got to thinking about the rumours i had heard a Collet to said in his alleged confession. Quot i asked Christina there was any truth in those rumours. 8be said since our marriage she had gone out with other men. Quot i stopped the car Aud got out. Then i said a come you get out she got out the other Able and i walked around to where Abe a i got my gun from my pocket and shot her five times. She fell Down in the Road and i left her there and got in the car and drove Back toward Cleveland. As i came across the Hilliard Road Bridge i slowed the car Down and threw the gun Over the Ile told Reading the finding the body next morning. Ile was arrested soon afterwards after members Christina s family bad suspected him. He was questioned for 26 Hoar. No Eye witnesses to tragedy victim was Well known in City. Lambert Butler 46, 1014 ninth Street employed in the Portsmouth works Wheeling steel corporation was killed sunday night when his clothing became entangled in the ends the Rolls a finishing Mill and his body was almost forced through the heavy Rolls. There were no Eye witnesses to the fatality. According to relatives Butler reported for work about 6 30 p. In. Sunday and had been in the Sheet Mill about 15 minutes when he was killed. The Accident occurred finishing Mill no. To. Officials the steel Plant Advance the theory that Butler was walking near the huge Rolls when be stumbled and fell against them. Fellow workmen saw Bis body entangled in the machinery and when they released it he was dead. . H. A. Schirrman was called. Butler who had been employed in the Mill for the past eight years had May friends who will regret to learn his death. He was bom and reared to Ironton. He la survived by four Brothers. John Richard Ironton. Charles Wheelersburg James d. 1540 seventh Street Thomas Butler Columbus five Sisters mrs. Mary Al so tune 1549 seventh Street mrs. John it. Moore Star Yards mrs. W. C. Brown Sharonville o., mrs. Jrsn re breeder Delaware and mrs. Joe Home. A aviators leave world trip Hollywood aviator starts hop to Girdle Earth and new record. Bar Tim twist pm los Angeles aug. 4.�?ted Lundgren Hollywood aviator starting u round the world flight took off from culled Airport at 8 31 a. In. Today headed for Kun Sag City mud Roosevelt Field new York. W. L. Siler co Pilot mud v. Ii. Emerson aircraft company official accompanied the flier. The Bine High Wing monoplane took Lite air easily a Ltd 500 Gallons gasoline enough to make a nonstop flight however Lundgren said he would make one Stop. Siler and Emerson will leave the pm amp be in new York where Lundgren will lie joined by a co Pilot whose name wus not discovered. Lundgren said he hoped to Girdle the world in 200 hours flying time. Tile route includes Berlin Omsk. Tokyo tile Circle route to scuttle and then Hack to i a Angeles. Lundgren s plane hag a 423 horsepower motor. I 800 railroaders Back to work auth Layoff by Tim asserts teds Cleveland August 4�?More than 1,800 employees the new York Central Railroad repair shops Here returned to work today after a two weeks Layoff. . R. Madill i ii general manager the Cleveland division said similar return to work orders had been issued All along the new York Central lines affecting 6,000 men. The Cleveland shops will Liegl at once repairing roiling Stork Iii unlit i ration increases in fail business Macalu said. Five beauties who will compete Iii the International Beauty pageant at Galveston Texas in August. Each aspires to the title miss universe. Left to right miss France miss Germany miss run Usu and my Bucharest. Lower. Miss a Mer leu. Reds Advance into Changsha re Oes Mirs ask system m inc ii is i. By the Astoria pm Bucyrus. O., aug. 4.�?four thou a i Tail resident is and business telephones in this District were thrown out service Early today by a fire that destroyed the automate switchboard it the Exchange the Rac Yrus Telephone company. Official said they would be unable to restore service before a week. Natio Neldin grip neat Plains have All time record pasturage burned Rivers lakes Low. By the Assenat pres it i in Agu aug. 4.�?one tins longest Aud Lunet intense Lieut Waves when hey sew they were 1 a in he1,d the it Luu resort evacuated u. S. To improve patrol to Cope with attacks. By the assert Pere Hankow aug. 4.�?How communists advanced into can gent behind a human screen to shield themselves from the fire troops defending the City was related Here today by a wounded colonel ii Nan provincial forces. The officer arriving Here for hospitalization. Said the red entered the City lie band masses fettered peasants. The peasants bands were tied behind their Hack. Before realizing the helplessness the peasants provincial too it opened fire. The colonel Auld Lait held their bullets when they saw they were slaughtering defenceless persons in Large numbers. Advancing then without Quad lion the reds easily dispersed the provincial troops inflicting heavy i m a and began their carnival murder robbery and arson. Resort evacuated meanwhile the evacuation killing Kingsl province summer resort was seeded up As the communist menace persisted there. United states naval authorities also announced their Yangtze rarer patrol would tie improved to to be with the situation Iii the communist Ridden Valley. Changsha was shelled by to chinese gunboat last night dispatches said. Communist machine gun Crews in the Northern outskirts the City returned tile fire until the Gifu Lsmst was forced to turn Mick. Clings in although most the reds were believed withdrawn still was in a precarious position. Communists remaining in the City still were armed. Gunboats hampered the Hiang River which Changsha is situated was reported falling Agulan. Foreign naval authorities indicated should it re Ucli a Low level they believed communists would prevent gunboats from approaching the City by sinking is wits loaded with mouse in the Channel. Unconfirmed retort said Large i oodles communists were approaching killing from the West. Other unconfirmed reports stated communistic activity in Northern Kin Ngsi province was increasing. Yes men escape without leaving clue to Job in Coco cola Plant. Linden . A aug. 4.�?in what appeared to pm i re either to be a death pact a murder the bodies Henry Martels. 76 years old. And bus wife Katherine. 65. Jersey 8bore. Be. Sunday were found to Pennsylvania Railroad tracks near the Statham Here. Bath the Man Ami the woman had been so in their lies tis with revolver neither by Hee i a Tad by a t��4ag Tram. A revolver was found under the reflect a right whoa Mer the am. Hims from in wound in fled daring a re-1 pockets were $130 and a riled a kit a peons Iva to rent Airai h with insurgent Lender the and Rte by ret. Fred Mort in rec i. A gite astr Ion proprietor i Eta pm. Log i stand plutons playmates offer Start investigation officials believe work is that experts find window broken. Yes men Between the hours is Midnight sunday and 6 a. In. Monday forced an Entrance to the coca cola bottling works office 3001 Scioto Trail and after cutting an opening into the Large steel Safe in the office escaped with $900 in Cash and checks and about $60 Worth clothing. Officials who Are without clues say it was the work experts. The robbery was discovered at 6 a. In. Monday by George Moore 517 glower Street Foreman in the Plant police were summoned and Are conducting a thorough investigation. F. B. Harper manager the bottling works stated monday that he was in the office about 9 p. In. Munday. Ile mid that anything was in order at that time. Break window Entrance was made by breaking a window the 30th Street Side Tho buckling. The yes men then unlatched the window Ami climbed into the building. An Iron bar chiral screw Driver a Sledge Hammer ice Hooks and ice picks were used in opening the Safe police say in their report. The robbers did not make Hasta in aligning the a hint As they took time to repair a Hammer which was the work Bench. It is owned by George Moore and he stated today that the handle was broken. Police believe that four men did tile Job As four empty coca Chia bottles were found the desk in the office. The combination lock and steel were Cut away from the heavy door with the chiral and. Crowbar. The Money and checks were in a Small compartment. The door this compartment also was knocked off. To Days receipts . Harper monday stated that the Money was receipts from Friday and hater Day a business. Ile stated that Friday s collections Ara used to pay the men and As the Hank had closed Mal Ordo night he was unable to make a Deposit. Police questioned neighbors in the Vicinity but none had Beard any strange noises during the night. The robbers did not take three Small checks and 30 cents in change which was in a stamp drawer. The clothing included two suits owned by Harper. The robbers fled leaving their tools the office floor. Chief police Harry sheets chief detectives John Smith detective Charles Clowe Aud patrolman George sheets Are working the Cora. Beaks have been notified to Stop All payments the firm s checks. . Harper la making an invoice in an Effort to learn sex stay Bow much Cash and the total merciless grip today. The effects the blistering Sun mud wind were Felt in nearly ult sections Hie country hut the principal crop Duni Uge wus in the Middle _ the continent where three weeks am a it checks Quot taken. drought have made serious inroads to the Cornfields. Government forecaster Huw no pern neut Relief in sight. There is some can lice loud i thunderstorms and very slight rainfall they snid hut the heat wave is not expected to to get broken for at least another week. To the Farmer whose Priori it i crop is Corn this meant serious hardship. Another week a hot and dry a tile lust two would seriously damage even late planted Corn. The earlier Purt the top bus been Hurt to such an extent that private estimates suggest a loss around 400,000,000 bushels already. Pasturage burned past Arage has also i Wen burned tautly Aud May affect Dairy part sluts. Rivers and lakes Are so Low the u. S. Bureau fisheries announced that the i ution s fish population is in the most distress Ever experienced. The Mississippi has fallen so much that River navigation is bump ered mud Many boat Are grounded. Yesterday was one the hottest Day Ever recorded Iii the United slates with records Fulling Iii Hie East the Middle West und tile Southwest. In Boston in set a new High Murk for the season and equalled the All time record tor August. It was too in Washington to in Baltimore i Iii Philadelphia Aud 02 in new York. It was tile hottest Day la Providence. R. I., since 1917, thermometer reaching 97. The 103 recorded at Keedysville. Md., was among the highest Eastern temperature. A tin record net in the Plains state All time record were set at Emporia kau., where it was 113 yesterday and at Omaha expect Vinson to win easily former congressman has big Lead in Greenup count ballots. Mpr Alaj Tith tiaras Greenup aug. 4.�?fred m. Via Kou congressman ousted in the Hoover landslide is expected to win the democratic nomination for congrats. Man in the ninth District Shoal 10,000 majority according to information received Lier monday noon. The official count announced her monday two hours after the counting in i lots started was Vinton 1310 Fields 541 am Hamilton la Fortner governor w. J. Fields near Olive Hill was expected to make a letter showing than the returns indicate. W. C. Hamilton is from it. Sterling. Under the new state election Law the in lint Bovy were not opened Tutti monday. # a a Raue Closs in Lewis Philadelphia aug. 4.�?"phi son will observe from a favourable Lotos playmates a the annual Shower perseid meteors Are Doe monday night aug. In they Are dabbed Quot plutons playmates after the newly discovered planet Pima because tile outer Edge their orbit i believed to he clone to the path where the new planet Striae a Good show is promised to to 150 meteors a Bour for patient watcher who at Lucky enough to get the right sky read Tam. The Public i i riled to Ait la this year and help the astr Nassra be let tug hourly count the pens by. The report so nut d he seat to fir. Charta p. To Rice. the Aasu Virea cavity and with a Fine sky any night from aug. 9 to 13 inclusive one will see numbers meteors. The maximum is eighty aug. La aug-12 according to an predict a Hie com 11 tons and circumstances. the Best sight with Moon Ata ent. From so to 150 meteors per hour May be counted. Tim sky is perfect. The least has nearness to a City cuts Down the Awber tremendously As the faint Satanta Are by numerous. A the average Amateur in Ald by a Bower Aud Conte it a Lime year i where it was 111. Kaunas City a gov when the night Are pleasant. They Are therefore the Best Stream for the casual observer to watch from. Also in Amu Many other minor at reams Are in Hise Vera should look to pct beast. Low in the horizon Early la Ute evening. And fairly High up at Midnight. More meteors Likely after than before Midnight. Astronomer use the count and other Obarr Vatsaas to study the Earth s upper atmosphere and the mysteries outer space by the Tim Only roam it a angor from Fie Ach a adj an. I father. Hear brat i Kin l free Asta to hourly counts All meteors see by a Good locality should he outside universe. There is still Rhea we Hope to Hare it mull by to be teamed about the perseid sons weak at a vers i Suttas near Oswald the was. The her by pen in a rend v trained. I estimates their orbit a extending Tio trill include careful a tatting outward thro Batta Asie from the it j tet mar mate Aud Rater the Aal-1 Awa . Harbour by aptly s latest Fig i retails Lrata Bright it Artura j Ere the it stare the nets Patari _ _ i Bop Fri la prod ably he tried. It to Are twit Montau. Mob Titan Pat a it Roo always he to nil stat mme at Batt Ttaha it mile Taimi who k will carnal Ted said Tut Rise. Quot that if a per-1 the to melds give the haul Sauna to the no. Meteor Sari Sty and direct Flower Niue Mittry the Saov Orsley neut thermometer reached 107.2 no the mean temperature for the Day was 97, the highest Oil recon. Miter higher temperatures included Mac City la., 113 prelim it112 Mangult. Okla. I leu Ira be neb., in Topeka kau., Matins a. Wichita. Kau., Aud Algona la., to. Prairie fires broke out acor Imberi Dan. Lad., Aud destroyed a Twenty acre Woods before being checked. The main crop damage has Lam reported la Nebraska. Kansas and Missouri where the hot blasts and Lack rata have withered tile pm i experts say late i ated Cora la bring la Tao grit in Wise sex ten by Siri might make a fair crop rain pauses within a week. Thud Orstrom Gas Chicago temporary ref Yew Imlay hut later la the Day the Marrer climbed hark up to the and Brood shoot a a reveal the Breek Aud Rolf Hasya. Is Piete Ureal la my hmm halt flail to. Biracial to Tho Tulasoo Vanceburg ky., aug. 4.�?ballots in 17 out 29 precincts cast to but v Days primary had been counted by Boob monday and showed plus an Fields running a close race the 17 precincts gave Vinson 225, Fields 211 add Hamilton 23 Vlahon. Former congressman seeking the democratic nomination in the three cornered contest. By expected to carry the county. Too Lead three to one 4.�?fred uis Louisville by. Aug i noun took a three to our form governor Hilda to fur the is arb to Quot to i cd Starr is the ninth District toddy when als hit our fourth Tho precinct had Here to mutate. Return Tram t2 at cinch Gore bsh Mlp red w. R. Iro Messu. He Watt a Tat tar Ereda. I a tax had a bbl Dmn flu i j j

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