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Portsmouth Sunday Times (Newspaper) - August 24, 1930, Portsmouth, Ohio The weather Obi a and of Natl fur minday Tad monday Sot no a Jofh wharf in leap Tratman Etna Day. Warmer monday. A ice Orfe Mouri Munday sillies Piton table shopping Barytha Avn my presented in not Ortway id a d tin Temh. Mim Tho habit of rending to vol. I. No. 22 98 pages Portsmouth. Ohio gunday August 24, 1930 five gents Sterling leads Texas More than $114 taken from Kroger grocery five in Bandit party escape in big car quartet enters business place and Waits until customers leave. Four men three of them armed Jingo a bold Holdup at the Kroger grocery store Scioto Trail and Twenty a fond Street about 8 30 p. In. Saturday and forcing two clerks and two Small children against the counter escaped Nill $114.43. They escaped in a a Bine driven by a fifth Man who was marked on Twenty second Street by the tide of the store. Entering the store about 8 20, the four bandits stationed themselves at strategic Points one standing by the front door two near the Cash Register and the fourth near the Center. Several Stomers were in the store at the time. Tho bandits stood by until All customers a it two children William Smith 12. A on of or. And mrs. Hoyt Smith of 1047 Twenty fourth Street and Irene Kinsey. 8, daughter of or. And mrs. Frank n. Kinskey of 1033 Twenty fourth Street left the store. Order pork chops one of the bandits apparently Tho Leader ordered two pounds of pork chops. Harold Reeg of 833 tenth Avreet manager of the store started to fill the order. Laster Hamblin of 822 twelfth Street a clerk waited on the children who wanted Candy. Smith presented a $10 Bill and Hamblin was shaking Ehn nge at the Register. Koog rut 03 cents Worth of pork chops and asked a is that All right Cap Quot the i a a . A a hint s nil right stick pm up. And give me your at that moment three of the bandits whom a he clerks thought were customers Drew Yuan is and covered the attendants. One who was not armed went behind the counter and rifled the Cash Register and a Ltd it a the $10 Bill which was on top of a he Register. Walk prom store another Bandit told the children to a and still and keep quiet. Reeg moved and one of the armed men approached him. After the Money was obtained the Ribera leisurely walked out of the store putting the guns inside their pockets. One remained at the door and Vej t Hamblin covered. Another led tit leg outside to where the waiting car a to parked. The one left at the door a her dashed for Hie machine and waved at Hamblin. The quartet said a goodnight Quot to Reeg ii the a or spell away. Car lights out Leeg was unable to obtain the License to tubers the lights on the machine a Ere not burning and the Street is dark a that mint. He said the car resembled a Franklin Sedan. A ii. F la. S. Sheets Aud Captain i 8�?Tnrtxinan responded and an conducting in investigation. The children having observed the bandits closely gave the officers Good descriptions. All four were Young men and were wit ii res cd. One Sun tall and a i it to to be the Leader. In. La. Thompson District manager for a in Kruger company checked the Regia a a r and said $114.43 was taken. The Hgt i it insured he said. Reeg said he bunked the largest a portion of the Day s i pts about 7 30. Start cleanup in Cleveland at Ting chief of police Joens War on gangs and hoodlums in City. A i Eveland o., aug. 23.�?aet-i a a police chief George j. Matowitz t a a k two new Steps today in his Campaign to rid Cleveland of gang sits hoodlums and racketeers. First the chief issued an order that a 1st of a undesirable women Quot be pre i Irish. Then a see that they Start Iov big lie instructed District police Ltd of is. Quot and of they Don t move Well k up a moving to their doors a a i move Mem. Tell Mem about u store of women said to include several Well Guowu in the t let world and to police bad been Quot i for the chief tonight mud he red his men to notify them of 1 Quot moving order. I in chief also asked the detective a a of moot to furnish him with the of attorneys Quot who Timve based habit of acting for arrested is fore they actually could Hare Mullio Ned by the Mug in Jull a re going to do our int to keep attorneys out of Hie station a a id. List of gangsters Racket Cere hot mining in the thief hand Row a to tis tonight. Quot Cen of the number had been 1 up Aud Only ism were re upon proof of legitimate Lwis la in i Hart aum. Iodine a Lii. They a d William j. It hic i Tene. N quilted of the murder of a i do Larj. Tao others had release by i. Lira of fat writ re ordered held on specific a i Iii Init Iii ii Iii Hau Iii a tip to ii i bandits stage Holdup in Scioto Trail store three display guns children Eye witnesses 40,000 perish both associated Presa Brussels aug. 23.�?the death of 40,000 natives from in famine in Ruanda province of belgian Congo was reported Friday by Bishop Claes chief missionary of belgians great african Possession. The famine was caused by a severe drought Ruanda province was formerly a part of German East Africa. The Bishop stated that thousands of natives had emigrated to the British territory of Uganda. it Iti thai Saiia it ii stir i ii i Iii Isi Iii it a ii democrats ask judge Thomas to make race county Central committee endorses former incumbent As candidate Sarazen wins Western open leads fair pilots favors petition plan Theodore Reiser of Friendship chosen chairman Ben Rolf also elected. Members of the Scioto county democratic Central committee met saturday afternoon in the office of a. D. Troxel in the masonic Temple organized and elected officers appointed an executive committee and endorsed judge James s. Thomas As a candidate for judge of common pleas court. Although judge Thomas refused to state positively that he would be a candidate for the office be did not deny that he would accept the endorsement of the committee and permit petitions to be circulated to place his name on the ballot this fall. Theodore Reiser of Friendship was elected chairman of the Central committee without opposition in electing Reiser the committee digressed from the habit of Many years and selected a Man from outside the City to head the organization. Ben Rolf Wheelersburg was elected vice chairman and h. Coleman Grimes was re elected Secretary of the Central committee. Endorsement Surprise the endorsement of judge James s. Thomas came As a Complete Surprise. It followed talks by several of the candidates. Several times during the round table talk and general discussion it was mentioned that a judge Thomas should enter the Edward Westphal presented a motion a hat the committee endorse judge Thomas and it carried unanimously. Judge Thomas thanked the committee for its action. He did not say that he would consent to lie Coine a candidate hut strenuously denounced the present systems being used in the court House and advocated a Complete House cleaning by electing democratic candidates for county offices this fall. He Snail that should he decide to accept the invitation of the committee to a get in the race he still has several Days in which to get his petitions started. He said that he prefers to enter a political race by petition. He a done this lie fore. Three times Iii fact. For judge of common pleas Enort. He was elected each time. In successive terms. 1012, has and 1124. Judge Thomas was appointed by governor tic Don Nucy to serve the unexpired term of judge Edwin b. Sayre on the Enort racing across country from California to Chicago mrs. Gladys of Donnell allele of Long Bench continued to pile up her Lead in the National women s air Derby As the contestants passed Over mountains and deserts of the Southwest. Tile feminine Derby is being held in connection with the National air races at Chicago. on Page two Bandit snot by customer As he held up grocery Louisville by. Aug. 23-a Bandit who gun in hand was holding up a Chain grocery store Here tonight was shot by a customer Lloyd c. Veazy world War Veteran. A Short time later police found Lee Sander 28, suffering from Bullet wounds. He was rushed to a Hospital where it was said his condition is serious. Renzey identified him As the hold up Man. The Bandit entered the store Aud. With drawn gun. Ordered the clerk to place tile Money in a Basket he carried. Tea Bey was just leaving the store to enter his ear when his wife noticed the Holdup. Tea Ley turned and fired. The Bandit fired twice and fled and Veazey fired five More shot after him. plane reported Down i swamp or the atm half pre Mansfield. Cd. Aug. 23.�?hearth we returned tonight for att air plane a id to have crashed eur Ainoi in mrs. O Donnell leading racers five of contestants in air Derby remain in race at Kansas City. Fairfax Airport Kansas City has., aug. 23.�?five of the six contestants in the women a air Derby from in my Beach calif., to Chicago led by mrs. Gladys o Donnell of Long Beach advanced to Kansas City from Wichita today while the sixth mrs. Marjorie Dolg of Danbury conn., was forced Down by engine trouble. Although Hor plane developed Carburettor trouble which she said Cost her about 20 Miles an hour mrs. O Donnell gained an impressive advantage on today s Lap. With mrs. Dolg who was second in elapsed time at Wichita out of the reckoning. Mrs. O Donnell increased her Lead from slightly More Timu an hour to 5 hours 23 minutes to seconds. She i scheduled to Lead the Derby ims away from Fairfax Field bound for Des Moines at 9 01 a. In. Tomorrow. Total elapsed time of the contestants Gladys o Donnell Long Beach 11 10 11. Mildred Morgan Beverly Hills 16 33 27. Jean be relic Kansas City 17 12 44. Ruth Stewart St. Louis 19 13 54. Ruth Barron Hollywood 32 21 47. Marjorie Dolg Danbury conn., last official rating at Wichita. 11 05 13. Kentucky Fields revived by rain agriculture Secretary makes Surprise visit says condition not bad. By the associated pre Frankfort ky., aug. 23 a Secretary of agriculture Arthur m. Hyde who is touring drought stricken suites to obtain first hand information for president Hoover conferred with governor Flem d. Sampson and Harry a. Volz chairman of the Kentucky drought Relief committee today regarding conditions in Kentucky. Secretary Hyde drove into Frankfort unannounced Aud made a Surprise Mil at Tow governor s office after the Kentucky drought Relief committee had adjourned it ant meeting. Or. Hyde said that he and a swamp Worland late yesterday a Bree departmental Nan Lefi Wasp heavy rain which virtually halted j a a too thursday on the tour they Nan of the ten relies bad abated Imp Kentucky by Way a i we Virginia this morning and drove sufficiently to permit a Small body of men to comb the country around the j spot where the plane i reputed to have fallen. A Pennsylvania rallied Pinter re i torte Ltd seeing the Craft dive to Earth i Frow in Misti Ile be will continue i i a but today searcher uncovered no j tour a into min Urt and Arkansas i Trace of the wreckage. Considerable Quot Kentin t v a revived through the Bluegrass country by Way of Irvington. Or. Hyde pm inned to drive to Louisville tonight with or. Veta. A a Ailt Hwi us Taitl in he Quot it ii denies attack by the associated pres Minneapolis aug. 23�?a Gen Oral denial to allegation in the $13,-900 damage suit against Tom mix motion picture actor was filed by his attorney in District court today. John Ber re Minneapolis automobile sales manager complainant charged the actor with a malicious and wilful Awault during a recent theatrical appearance Here. Difficulty Mig it be met by the a a Fetters. Sheriff Aaron Dai i said. Because of thick Wmk growth in that 1 Sec lob front Fie met Rev Ary Hyde a Ald a i a afraid the Tom Gra a had let killed out but the rain i have brought it in life in i Quot Iii Titia Iii Quot Iii ii relieve Derman Flers landed Crew on hop from Greenland to Labrador no Way to wireless. By the associated pre Ottawa ont., aug. 23�?the Crew of the German boat bound from Europe to North America was believed tonight to have landed safely in Cartwright Bay Labrador. The Hudson Bay steadier in Nuin received a radio message from the Craft at 1 18 p. In. Saying it was almost to Cartwright and expected to land in ten minutes. The German Crew then reported that the antennae of its radio outfit was being hauled in Aud that it would not communicate further with the Steamer. Since there is no radio connection with Cartwright this was the last available news of the plane on its Greenland lab Tudor hop. Of which it took off from in Ighut Greenland this morning. Hun Kun Brotheron argument Over politics by Tbs associated pres Covington ky., aug. 23-Josepfitzs Vater 56, Street car Motorman. Died in fit. Elizabeth Hospital Lute today from Bullet wound which lie wild bad been inflicted by his brother w. Ii flt water 55, a Carpenter also of Covington. Polite said the shooting followed a fist fight Between the men. They found fit Watt r wounded by two Bullet wounds one in the heart arum one in the head. They said be pointed i tack of him la the a no room to by brother and said. A a there a the Man who shot the brother a arrested. He said the argument a darted Over politics As the Brothers had differed on the Tam presidential election. Pollee said Lite men had been drinking Boser brew Lief Ore the argument. Flu 8mmn Kut Cleveland of. Aug. Say Purily j. Atone today bled suits for the Mataio against Nathan a. Belt Arr. Vice president of Het Tarr round cd barging alienation of affect am. The pin is Riff allege that the Reta Tom Briner atone a 25isram wife an it met to. Mother if two bit Drew sad Belt err a ibo deprived the plat tit Iff of the Comfort Ami society i of i wife a Aimee Semple Myerson ordered to take rest by Tim associate Presa Loa Angeles aug. 23�?aimer scrapie Mcpherson variously reported suffering from a nervous breakdown and from a a face lifting operation today a ordered by directors of Angelus Temple which she founded to take a few weeks rest. Announcement that the would not immediately return to her pastorate followed the evangelist s declaration that she would preach a Sermon tomorrow. The attending physician who said mrs. Mcpherson was under medical is re for a nervous condition also reported he would not permit her to enter the pulpit. Battleship to escort bodies of explorers swedish government takes Steps to Honor almost forgotten heroes ceremonies Quot Quot planned Little yet known of flight to pole which Cost lives of adventurers. By the associated pres Oslo Norway aug. 23.�?scandinavia, whose people for centuries have fared northward for adventure sustenance Aud in the service of science turned solemn thoughts today to a fitting co come for one of their All but forgotten Arctic pioneers Salomon August Audree found dead after 33 years of mystery on the icy Waters of White Island beyond Spitz Kiergen. The swedish government took the initiative holding a battleship in readiness to go into the Arctic to meet the sealing vessel Brott rang which is coming Home with the exploration party of or. 8. Horn and the body of the balloon list silent list who vanished on his ill fated voyage of july la 1897. May have a bodies it was the Horn party which found the swedish adventurer together with one and maybe both of the daring Romitan Lons who flew with him into the Teeth of death first ital loonies to make the Polar quest. The battleship will meet the returning explorer at an appointed rendezvous and either take the famed dead aboard or Convoy the ship bearing the grim Token of a desperate ending of the sensational attempt. Reaching port the cortege will a greeted with solemn ceremonies of an appropriate nature. How soon before that Day. Sept. To or perhaps somewhat earlier More details of the tragedy of the North would be obtainable Here hut a matter for conjecture today. A fishing boat with a wireless outfit indicated that an entry in the diary of the expedition placed the lost party a furthest North attainment at 83 degrees North latitude seemingly seven Days after the Takeoff from Danes Island Spitz Thergen. Established base evidently the explorers or at least Andree himself lived Long enough after being wrecked to establish a Well ordered base in the shelter of a Cliff. Moccasin and other equipment of the explorers were found to 1>e Well worn. Indicating Long rough usage. Rifles and scientific instrument at Andree Side indicated he was the last survivor. In his diary yet to be disengaged from it icy covering will he found the True Story of bus adventure which the world so Long awaited. Three fluid in plane crash ship explodes in doing Wing Over and i alls 1,000 feet Burns. New Champion cards one of finest scores Swarthy new yorker has grand total 278 strokes Espinosa second scores smash Par leads race Sarazen has neat margin of seven strokes Over nearest competitor. By the associated fret Indian Wood club Orion mich., aug. 23�?gent find zen Swarthy son of Italy led a Par shelling brigade Over the India Wood club Trail today with Bitch an astonishing burst of marksmanship that he ran away with the Western open Golf championship by a lop sided margin of seven strokes. Finding the Range of birdies and eagles with remarkable Spade shots the roly poly new York Sharp Booter blasted old Man Par right out of Dis strongholds with polishing cards of 69 and 07, which added to his leading 90 Hole total of 142, gave him the handsome sum of 278 strokes for the Long 72 Hole struggle. Cards Fine Scere Sarazen score not Only Nett my him the second lowest score in the tournament s 31 years of play but won for him one of Tho few remaining crowns to escape his grasp. Too it was one of the finest scores he Ever carded in the More than 35 years he has been dazzling around Tho fair ways. For the distance he was to shots under perfect figures. Al Espinosa Chicago professional who lost to Bobby Jones in the 1920 play off for the National open Utle landed in second place behind the High flying Sarazen with 285 strokes. The Chicago Star bounded there after a real comeback. Tied for fifteenth after the first 36 holes Espinosa whizzed Over in the final two rounds with cards of 70 Aud 67. Al Watrous Detroit pro and Bill Mehlhorn of new York flushed by a record smashing 65 on his final Jaunt tied for third place Money and honors with 286mehlhorn tied for 15th place at the end of the first 54 Boles gave the tournament probably the wildest finish it Ever Lins Knoll. On his card were eight birdies and Oue Eagle. He had to one putt greens one three putt Green sent one Hall out of Lounds and went out in 33, two under Par and danced Hack with a 32, five strokes tinder Par s Challenge. Hagen Way Short Horton Smith won fourth place with 287 while Waller Lingchu buoyed by final rounds of 68 and to finished fifth a stroke away. Tommy Armour the Black Scot made a week defense for the title Landing 20 strokes away from the new Champion with a 298. So relentless was the attack on liar today that seven better than to scores were posted. carded two of them. The others were scored by Mehlhorn with his 65, Hagen with his 68, Horton hint i with a 69, Charlie guest Detroit with n is Aud Jimmy Johnston Toronto Star with a 68. More than a score broke liar. Other lenders were Laurie Ayton. Evanston Iii. 289 Boh i have Marion 291 Tony a Aero new York 291 Etc Rock Koosis Detroit 291 Harry Hampton Chicago 291 Chris Brinke Detroit 292 Johnny Farrell new York 293 Charles guest Detroit 293 Neal Mcintyre. Indianapolis. 293. And de Dudley Wilmington del., 293. new y0rkdama6e hi6h by the Aster ated Cress new York aug. 23.�?a violent rainstorm accompanied by wind Thunder and lightning bombarded Newyl a re City Imlay uprooting Trees and Telephone poles and flooding streets and cellars. Two person were killed Iii automobile crashes attributed indirectly to the storm. More Titan five Hundred Imse Turnt of Homes in a Brighton Beach Section of or Soklyn were Sula merged. Streets in Coney Island were covered Ross s. Sterling Houston publisher was leading Miriam a. Ferguson nearly two to one in the Texas primary tonight after one of the most heated campaigns for the democratic nomination for governor the state bus Ever known. By to Assoria so fro Sheboygan i. Aug. 23.�? three men were killed i wyth a feat of a tet. And the b Stoni Day when their planet a a a inundated by heavy Sci was doing a Wing Over sad crashed i tit Tat fart to a he grow. The Lead were Elmer la it ii mul re i. Chm. I. I . A i re of a la anal wrestler Hoo ver outlines flood control $35,000,000 will be Avail Able for waterway projects during year. By tit associated press Orange va., August 23�?acceleration of work already under Way on Inland Waterways and especially on flood control projects on the lower Mississippi was decided upon today by president Hoover after a lengthy conference with engineers at his Mountain Lodge. Under the program mapped out to Day the approximately $35,000,069 available during this fiscal year for flood control would be expended by Spring. Ordinarily it would be Ais portioned Over the fiscal year which ends june 30. In View of the drought and unemployment it was Felt that speeding up the River work would improve general economic conditions. The president and his conferees including Heere tary of War Hurley major general Lytle Brown chief of army engineers am colonel Geo. It. Hplu Diug also discussed next year s Rivers and harbours budget and agreed that Only the most worthy projects from the standpoint of commercial necessity should he carried Forward. Discuss is. Lawrence plan Hanford Macnider new american minister to Canada another Camp guest discussed with the president the prolonged St. Luw reme waterway hut renewal of diplomatic negotiations on this project Are a i Lect cd to Awalt a arrival at Ottawa and Iii determination of the new Canadian government s attitude. The St. Lawrence discussion also touched a iou Amis Lyle developments of navigation of this waterway in Tho clout Canada Aud the touted states Etc Able to work out an agreement for a cooperative undertaking. An allotment of $24,200,690 for Fioz id control was made on june 6 a Good part of this la still available and in addition there remains the balance from the $35,000,000 available each year under the Jadwin flood control plan. The acceleration it was hoped will not Only Telp economic conditions but will provide additional Protection fsr a Largo territory against possible floods from silting Rains. Improvements on the upper branches of the Ohio River also entered the discussion. No Economy of waterway in connection with next your s budget it was said. The present intention is twit to economize at the expense of waterway development. It was emphasized that while Only worthy project would lie taken care of ultimate saving would lie accomplished by weeding out secondary project authorizations violence flares in milk strike masked mob beats employees of Plant milk poured out of trucks. Kannas City a. 23�?violence a in a Nga it today in Kansas City milk strike resulting in the beat in by a masked mob of four employee of a past list implant and destruction of a milk shed by dynamite. Near Harrisonville. Mo., a mob of 19ft men and boys batted a track bring greatest vote drought out m state primary Houston publisher leading by two to one with half of state counted Campaign bitter tide. _ a North am Gale lashed the new i in milk in Kansas City in the i Emp am Ibi Row. By i it mar a a Aud Wall Craft Natl Bell Dairy company. The track was and rated la the her tor with difficulty wreaked the milk dumped and four. Water poured into several subway company em4�eeee attacked atlatl a. The attack mat a few Bour after a i the weather Bureau estimated that dynamite blast in the farm of Herman air ten Bare been a Kef t Marshall Ivy. Formerly of mad sea. The Pilot wreckage from their i Dane was scattered fur a mile to ship had jut taken til Tram Tim Airport. A a Rwy Dong to item a. When flame were seen to a no it from the Asor be the wring Burk led. And Tim Abir went Imo a spin Rural vote is expected to pull mrs. Ferguson a vote higher. By the associated Presa Dallas Texas aug. 23.�?possibly the greatest democratic primary vote in Texas history was drawn out today by the heated contest Between mrs. Miriam a. A a May Ferguson former governor and Ross 8. Sterling Houston publisher and chairman of the state Highway commission for the democratic nomination for governor. Returns from 115 of the states 253 counties including three Complete gave Sterling 100,052 mrs. Ferguson 64,151. Most of the tabulations represented voting in Clytiea and towns however and Ferguson support in the past has been strongest in the Rural Section. Leading 2 to i Houston reported that of 10,350 votes tabulated unofficially Early tonight the Home town Man had 7,100 and mrs. Ferguson 34141. San Antonio one of the state s other two big cities reported nine out of 128 Bexar county precincts gave Sterling 342 mrs. Ferguson 287. In Dallas where the High Mark of the july primary 80,858 votes was thought to have been exceeded Sterling was reported leading 2 and 3 to i excepting in the South part of town. The Winner will meet or. George c. Butte of Austin the Republican nominee in the november election. Butts a Defeated for the governorship in 1924 by mrs. Ferguson. In the first primary a month ago in. Ferguson led Sterling by 72,000 votes but their combined rots was less than half of the total cast for All candidates. Tho bitterness of the run off primary Campaign in which both sides indulged freely in personalities brought the voter to the polls in Force today to decide the Issue. Takes a part la Battle mrs. Ferguson took virtually a part in the Campaign her candidacy being presented by her husband former governor James e. Ferguson who a ineligible himself because of i impeachment in 1917. Ferguson left no doubt that he would have a lending role in the event of Hie wife election offering the voters a two governors for the Price of one. Ferguson promised that i wife would Pardon All convicts serving Cut once for violation of the Eta to prohibition Law although she bae Lioci regarded a a dry personally. Sterling who was attacked by Ferguson because of by health and on the ground that he lacked ability pro in i Stihi a by i it is administration it he is elected. Tim Houston Man declared that a honesty in government a the chief Issue citing Ferguson a impeachment and removal from office and attacking the Pardon and parole record of mrs. Ferguson when she was governor. Recount will be made thursday ballots in senator scrap in Lawrence county will be checked at Ironton. A recount of ballot cast in Lawrence county primary election Day aug. 12, requested by John a. Lloyd City nominee for state senator will be mad thursday at 9 a. In. The res out will be made by the Lawrence county election Board in their office in Ironton. Or. Lloyd by counsel. Attorney w. J. Meyer and another representative a representative of Clarence j. Brown Secretary of state or. George g. Hunter of Ironton Defeated candidate i counsel a. X. Blair of Portsmouth and a representative will be present at the recount. Lloyd applied tor a recount in Lawrence county last week when unofficial return gave or. Hunter a majority of seven. The official count certified by Scioto county election Board for it Day nominates Lloyd by a majority of he Friday or. Hunter filed application for a recount Here. The election Board will meet tuesday afternoon to i the application. The Beard Hiel the opinion that Hunters petition we filed too late. Sid la a Ngel. Pm. Aug. 23-R�aetta and Vivian Dunean who dance and aet on the stage and Ameen have failed either to ame pc pay teat. It we charged by the Bradbury balata Caum Paar is a unit filed Here today. The plaintiff asks Jade meat fag we rent far july Aad Angus Tad earn adm to the Maut Monk cottage which tha More than two and a half ladle it j primers near bed Atenia had fallen a Liv tart bight. De a milk aked Aud damaged a nearby Kiu kid by i my Yin pet Resea. De. Tining an int a tie Mea at do Ika ask. Six in. K to Ned. Do to juts the pure milk Chr two 43 Mantua Fanner Ara killed Imla nissm Stariea. Birb is neen bag the Heavener Feml Field bed til the 1 w Beama wan St Rue by strike la a Effort to 8 Setal daa Arnas was tag pm away in Erie a meager train Bere a of the or a a it a a from Keam thy and till new Berg a Alan bad nub rap sea to Tate aaa or Italy f be new no or bad Coelia wed i Aryl my teased scant do Taace. I in Wresl a the t a Jaeb Mage a. Hemmy ask. M ism of the Puhach re maid Livirt m i get by fiery Haneh i today i Vamp i from a new i St rang Ama of Poland May data farm in Baar cd Sec

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