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3 Feb 1935

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Portsmouth Sunday Times (Newspaper) - February 3, 1935, Portsmouth, Ohio Weather forecast Ohio Vali fair sunday. Monday jew truly Cloudy and colder. Home edition Complete be we coverage Portsmouth and Vicinity established 1832 the associated press United press International news Serries Portsmouth Ohio sunday february 3, 1935 for years a dependable Portsmouth institution 34 pages five cents the welfare drive no. 6 new welfare Agency builds tots health frail bodies undernourished and underweight children get c7 Chance to improve motors note a this la the a n series articles est. Planning the purpose and the for the Carton agencies the port Mouth welfare association. We his soliciting your support in the to null Campaign for funds be 0010 wednesday by. Phipps ast summer when the fresh 4 air Camp for underprivileged children wan Ned after a pc Rind nonexistence i drove out to make n personal Hippo. Mon the grounds and to the benefits the children were receiving i Ani in Fluor this Camp and the Good ii Lins done for children newly families. I believe the Camp will do even More Good now Cit it is a part tile Portsmouth welfare association and will have a definite income for the sex Flentse earing for the children during tile three months ii rates. Children who otherwise would Poi is Able to enjoy the wholesome atmosphere Sunshine and Filar who Are undernourished and i i i i i i i i i i. I i it a a it a i \ full Page pictures showing file work each welfare association Agency is Page . I i i ii i. Loll i la ii it let a la ill in Nellt Hll ill ill la underweight now Are aide to have frail bodies made healthy by the sni it revised functioning this Camp. I Al Kino Hie summer months when they Are out school these a Wildren Are Given a vacation at the fresh air Camf for a it cried several Days they Are chosen from needy families through the assistance doctors anti charitable institutions in the City. A Only children who Are in real need the benefits which the Camp can offer Are admitted. The children Are kept. At. The pump for two weeks and. If Neon i sity warrants some Are kept i longer. They Are under the care a practical nurse and receive medical attention and examination from time to time. While at the Camp they Are fed &Quot.toil, wholesome nourishing food which includes plenty milk. Their play and rest pm rods Are supervised and every care is Given they will gain weight and strength for the More strenuous Winter requirements. I am certain that real and lasting benefits Are derived by these children mid that in Many cases serious illnesses have been pre vented because the beneficial Nee they have received during the summer. A r years the Board directors tim Camp Lins i teen handicapped in financing Hie program because Uncertain financial assistance. This was True especially during the last summer. Realizing Trio Benefit the Camp offers children unfortunate fan. Lies the Hoard directors mad. Application to the welfare association to he included As a member Agency. Tao welfare Lioard investigated Tho fresh air Camp. Went into financial standing and operation and decided it was a worthy organization doing valuable work Mong underprivileged children. Dud deserved to belong to the h11 fare association. The fresh air Camp now will receive its financial support Portsmouth welfare Asa Ocia its budget is included in a i goal set for the Campaign to he a a a minded in the City feb. 14. I is my opinion that the fresh a a amp is a worthy Charity and deserves the support the pub thrown into River ammunition also reported a ban dulled by Alvin Karpis i am Tho feb. Llu a a Quot no and 200 rounds Arn ii. Moi believed to have been a a cd at. The California Nevada by gangsters fleeing to Cali was found today in the River near Keno. E. P. I trill ii Quot chief the Bureau in a Ion the Deji Arment Aid hero tonight. A Ane said he knew nothing Hie gun was the property Alvin Karpis new Public pm a a l who recently shot his 1 d a police cordon at at City. $20,000 offer to kill Long told in court former Deputy sheriff relates attempts made senators life inquiry called off a about half troops stationed at Baton rogue also demobilized by the amoral try arc Baton Kothe j., feb. 2�? still surrounded by rows handpicked National guardsmen Aud private body guards senator Huey p. Long today postponed indefinitely his a murder plot inquiry after hearing a witness testify As High As $20,000 had i ice n offered for . Long a Iliad. A the Simc witness George Davis a a former Deputy sheriff looking straight into senator Longs eyes Aud speaking without a show emotion fear. Doser hied what lie said were several attempts to kill Hie senator. After the bearing Ernest Bourgeois president the anti Long Square Deal association said the Quot whole court hearing and murder plot investigation is nothing More than the usual Huey Long publicity mixing i Nde it hied action senator Long tin political ruler this agitated Commonwealth left Hie 33-Story state House in had turned into a virtual military stronghold closely flanked by Alert soldiers with the statement that a i might stay Bere go Over to new Orleans for ii while if business needs my attention in Washington i May go there soon a meanwhile senator Long a military grip Hie Louisiana capital loosened tonight when Many his National guardsmen were demobilized. Martial Law still prevailed How Ever. Brigadier it Jenera i Louis f. Guerre said Quot about half tin soldiers wore living sent Home. Tile third session the probe was resumed his morning under the same military air As yesterday when Feu Torr Ong personally examined witnesses and first heard direct testimony i liar a conspiracy to kill him had existed. Davis testified he had conspired with another Deputy sheriff several occasions last novel ice to kill senator Long and described attempts made to rub out Hie a a Kingfish with Rifle shots through windows a the governors mansion and at the slate House. Says attempts futile rho witness said these attempts were futile because the close watch state police. Davis Tail and Square Jawed testified be used an automobile assigned to the office the East Baton Rouge sheriff during the travels coincident with the attempts senator Long life and that rifles they carried belonged to a hardware com in by owned try relatives sheriff Robert l. Pettit East Baton Bouge. Fred Rourke the first witness to refuse to testify senator Long described As the a a Chil f agent the Standard Oil co. Louisiana during a revolt last saturday in which an a earn a citizens met a detachment National guardsmen the Airport. One citizen was wounded slightly. . Long questioning Rourke received Only the answer a i stand my constitutional rights and refuse to answer All works for Standard Oil . Long finally elicited from him the statement he worked for the Standard Oil co. Louisana. The witness then was excused. . Long has charged that the Standard Oil co. Louisiana a is supporting the Square Deal association a militant anti Long citizens organization mid said the a fail la in Dakota shakeup continued Page 3 Iceland dry but lifted cold 20 Thomas h. Moodie removed As governor Walter h. I takes Moodie a flare Moodie ousted by court order North Dakota executive succeeded by lieutenant governor we Ford school Board May seek Aid government $768,540 building pro Gram would not go before electors for funds Parade witnesses for Hauptm Ann Well under Way at trial More space needed thu Anor Liard i Bismarck n. I feb. Island goes wet after years prohibition Reykjavik Iceland feb. 2�? prohibition was lifted in Iceland today after 20 years but this cold Little Island preserved its customary glacial Calm about Hie matter. Scarcely anybody got drunk. The Quot win shops which sprang up like mushrooms in anticipation the a pity event handled their business easily. But the annotated Tronn a decision the North Dakota supreme court today turned governor Thomas la. Moodle out the office lie had Lichi less hum a Mouth and designated lieutenant governor Walter h. Wolford his successor. Ruling a quo warranty action the High court held . Moodie ineligible for the governorship the round that he had voted and thereby established residence in Minnesota in 1030. . Moodle the second Democrat Ever to win tile chief executives Joist in this normally Republican state immediately acquiesced in the decision and called upon All citizens to cooperate with his successor. Acting governor Wei Ford is a Etc Nilmier the non partisan league which assailed Moodle election. He took the oath office soon after tile decision was announced. A provision the state Constitution designed to liar carpet baggers years ago was the fulcrum the courts verdict giving Victory to Hie foes who made ids months in cum Beney Ami the month previous a Jeriod intense political strife in the state. Two court actions and initiation impeachment proceedings with the legislature were the weapons turned against the democratic governor. The constitutional provision requires candidates for governor to continued Page 3 Davey favors new pen a 1 a governor welcomes Sugges t i n that in. S. Funds build prison Columbus feb. 2�?governor Martin i. Davey today welcomed a suggestion by congressman a. P. Last neck a Ohio that Federal funds might lie used to build a new Ohio Penitentiary. A course we need a new Penitentiary a the governor said a and we will take All the Federal funds we eau he said however that he had not been informed the plan by . Lamneck who Friday in Washington said he would urge . Davey to apply for funds from the new Public works administration appropriation to Start construction a prison outside the Columbus City limits. New Sciotoville High i. S. Grant my Kinley additions head projects preparing to take advantage financial Alii which May la offered by Hie government through Bra a new work Relief setup the City shool Board Friday night discussed a $768,540 new building program. The i Ward said it will not ask Hie electors to vote Bond issues for the new buildings at ibis time but it is preparing to grasp any Opportunity offered by be government. Wesley Ridenour architect and superintendent school buildings prepared Hie preliminary plans. He will Contact in a officials this week to determine what Aid the i Ward May Exi Teet from the government. Sciotoville High school first a new Bali school building for Sciotoville Heads the list. Estimated Cost is $376.�?oits. It would accommodate Mai pupils. The building would House the High school and seventh and eighth grades. Second preference is remodelling the present Sciotoville High school building into an elementary building. Cost was estimated Al 25,000. The old red building and Lafayette school would la demolished. Citizens Seit Doville and Sciotoville in t. A. Have requested the Board to make Hie improvements. The third project the list is an addition to u. S. Grant school. A third sir to accommodate 400 Impi is would la added at an estimated cosi $86,250. Propose Mckinley Bauge the fourth project is an addition to Mckinley school and mood Ling the present Structure into h Junior High school. Estimated Cost is $257,500. The addition would be made to Hie rear Tho present building. and when the Grant and Mckinley projects Are realized Laud will is Junior High schools design to relieve congestion at Portsmouth High school. Portsmouth High school would become a senior High building housing Sophomore Junior and senior classes Hilltop freshmen would attend Mckinley and downtown freshmen would attend Grant school. Plan North Moreland addition do he i Atli project is an addition to North Moreland school. Estimated Cost is $23,300. Superintendent Frank Apia informed Hie Board that nil buildings in the City Are overcrowded and that additional space is needed to properly accommodate the pupils. General repair school building was started last week by Fera under direction . Ridenour. Kart Rothermund Fera works division manager assigned 22 men to the school project. As tin defense for Bruno Richard Hauptmann began its Pantie witnesses it was charged by Edward Reilly chief defense counsel that seven Bis witnesses had by n Quot intimidated by at top a state troop is shown with three handwriting experts called to show Hauptmann did not write the Lindbergh Ransom notes. Left to right Frau Hilda Braunlich Zaenglein Germany f. Goods Psi a Brooklyn and M. Trendier Hast . Louis. The latter already Lias testified. Below Are shown four Hauptmann a a Alibi witnesses who said lie was eur Iii the Bronx tile night the kidnapping. Loft to right August Van Henke Lou Harding Louis Kiu. Klyvert Karlstrom. Jumi re Antic Mellon says married r a it in Mellon wed mrs. Mary con apr Brown in new York Viva York feb. 2�?paul Mel son Andrew w. Mellon. 1 Secretary the Treasury v m Mary Conover Brown 30. Y Narried today at the Home Ofa legroom sister mrs. David a k Bruce the j l uce Here. Quot crony was attended by t Ives in j friends hu1.ug them i idea room a father. Mellon is the daughter . A Clinton Conover Kansas she was divorced from Karl by Allentown pa., in 1933. Work Relief Bill delayed As committee members clash democrats appropriations group unable to reach Accord new details program made Public by Cecil b. Dickson associated press staff writer Washington feb. 2�?a secret conference Senate appropriations committee democrats today was marked by such conflict Over the administrations $4,880, work Relief Bill that the scheduled meeting the full committee monday to report the measure was postponed. Rarely has a meeting a Senate committee been guarded carefully As the democratic Parley today. Some the senator refused even to admit they had attended a meeting. But out it Allen me reports a Complete collapse Effort to reach Accord. In one sense the result symbolized the general situating at the Capitol a Congress headed into its second month Little has been accomplished despite Hie huge democratic majorities in both houses. The democratic meeting the Relief Bill today was held after Republican members the committee abandoned their plan to net As a group in consideration the measure. After their meeting the democrats no de Public the testimony at the executive hearings the Relief Hill disclosing for the first time new detail the program and continued Page 3 sales tax enriches Treasury $1,941,628 during first week by the Lacoc tinted Prii Columbus feb. 2�?ohio�?Tcoffers were enriched $1,641,628.11 by the first weeks operation Hie 3 per cent sales tax Law Ray p. Mar tin assistant state treasurer reported today. In making known i be total amount received Fri the 88 counties however . Martin said this figure could not be used in computing what the tax would yield in the year it is to operate. He pointed out that in Many the larger population centers merchants purchased As much As a months Supply Stamps swelling receipts for the first week. It May he several weeks. . Martin said before an accurate estimate can tie made what the tax will produce in a year. An analysis $201,774.22 Worth the sales showed that the biggest percentage Stamps sales were for Gro it Ries and meats by Independent and Chain stores. Grace sees steel upturn executive say gain i most derided since depression began Baltimore md., feb. 2�?eugene g. Grace president the Bethlehem steel corp., believes the steel Industry has received Ainee the first the year its most decided upturn since the depression started. . Grace came Here to inspect the local works the corporation and expressed Confidence that Ladler Days Are ahead for the steel Industry. Quot we Are now getting men and keeping them instead hiring and firing As we used to do a he said. Quot we Cut hours now when work grows Slack. The morale is Good because the men know when we have the business to Bey a get the Ohio boy burned to death Zanesville o., Fob. 2�?a boy was burned to death and his brother and Mother were injured seriously today when kerosene being used to Light a fire exploded. Ward Newton 12, died Burns. Oscar Newton. 29. Bis brother was using the fuel when it exploded. He was burned seriously As was his Mother . Goldie new ton. France Britain draft program plan to ease arms restrictions Versailles treaty puts Germany but the a a ruled in Fdl London feb. 2 agreement by great Britain Ami France is ii a comprehensive program settling issues causing european tension and relieving Germany from tin military rest let Iona the Versailles treaty a i Tea red assured tonight. The Anglo French talks were ail i Jou rued shortly before Midnight and i Well informed French quarters said 1 hip conferees were in Harmony and that. Only a few minor Points re i maltier to lie cleared up tomorrow. A communique is exacted tar that session. Pierre Laval. French foreign minister plans to return to Paris monday. Complete agreement seen Premier Ramsey Macdonald and sir John Simon British foreign Secretary indicated that they also anticipate a Complete agreement. A we have not quite said . Macdonald. . Simon asked How hip negotiation were progressing. Said a Job very Well but we shall have to sit again official quarters admitted plans were formulated to Check the growth German military aviation and to obtain an Aerial convention among France. Germany and England Aud possibly Oiler Lowers. England intention to carry talks with Germany and her european nations in an attempt to obtain an inclusive european agreement armaments was confirmed in an official Quarter tonight. Britain and France bad agreed upon general principle a scheme for simultaneous settlement in Trade pact Between la s., Brazil hailed by administration a by la pm it it traits Washington. Fob. 2 in an action considered by the administration High significance a Trade agreement designed to improve and increase Commerce Between the United states and Brazil was signed today at the White House. Ii id Orica ily the treaty wits the first the regular Tariff reciprocity pacts to la consummated under the Hull foreign Trade Jhaj Icv. A is Clil agreement already is in effect with Cuba. The new treaty clipped 25 iter cent off the brazilian Tariff 67 american products. Further in a supplementary agreement the latin american nation pledged itself to straighten out the involved financial situation there. It promised premia payment for ail new imports a gradual release existing blocked Exchange accounts estimated tax tween Takh no $23,066,000, and resumption interest payments brazilian Bonds held Here As quickly As financial conditions permit. Secretary Hull expressed the be Lief that the treaty will break a the log Jam International Trade a and that it will cast n Broad ileum Light and hot a into tile existing economic darkness a continued Page 3 2 Navy fliers die in crash plane fall in flame Texas farm fog blamed Hilliar tex., Fob. 2 a two naval fliers crashed to a flaming death today in a fighting plane they ferrying from san Diego calif., to Philadelphia for overhauling. Through palier found in the wreckage they were identified As lieutenant John to. Burgess. A native Minnesota and lieutenant Oscar Willis Pate jr., who was born in Georgia. Separated by fog from two other whips in a three plane Convoy Hie plane climbed circled then dived in flames the farm George Williamson three Miles East Millsap. Seven in gang captured Richmond a Pollee seize band headed by Georgia outlaw Richmond. A. Feb. 2 Rich Nind police tonight captured a even member an alleged Bandit gang. Headed by tame Aubrey Smith and John Leland Harvey notorious Georgia outlaws and seized a Large Quantity dynamite and nitroglycerine. Together with what the police called the most Complete set burglar tools they bad Ever seen. Those held told police they were Smith 35, Harvey. 28. Elsie Mccall. 28. And Lei Reid. 21. All Macon a Morris Twyman. 24. Richmond his wife Bettie Twyman. And John Randall. 30. Ashland. Ala. A six week old infant the Twyman also was seized when the parents were arrested. To open hearths to be in operation at local steel Plant Portsmouth works. Wheeling steel corp., will continue to la operated upon a too is cent basis tills week an additional unit to resume monday when to open Hearth furnaces will is in operation instead nine. With Hie exception a few employees at the Ida . Furnace All others will lie full time workers t ii is week. The weekly schedule includes Hie operation to ten Hearth furnaces blast Furnace Coke Plant 22 Sheet Mills liar and Blooming Mills five jails in Sheet galvanizing department and Range boiler barrel and Rod and wire department. Troops begin to leave Clay minty officials Promise to cooperate in cleanup Manchester ky., feb. 2�?Tho first the National guard troops who seized control Clay county two Days ago to round up stolen automobiles left today and an agreement was announced with local official which was exacted to result in departure the entire Force by tomorrow. Brigadier general Ellerbe Vav. Carter commanding the 200 troops and slate police announced that City and county officials bad promised to co Ops rate in breaking up the hiding stolen cars brought Here. He said the agreement provided that eight men members the Clay county militia a new statewide organization would lie kept Active duty in the county in furtherance the plan. Mrs. Morrow May be called grandmother slain baby could Clear Violet Sharpe state Sas copyright ibs i a mail i i Fri to Flemington n. J., feb. 2�? the grandmother the murdered Lindbergh baby May la called to tile witness stand in the Bruno Richard Hauptmann trial next week to provide a murder night a i Idi for one Lier servants Hie dead Violet Sharpe. . Dwight Morrow widow the one time ambassador to Mexico and Morgan partner was min 8ila Ria employer March i. 1632, when the Lindbergh baby was kid impede. There Lins been defense test Mony that the Young English woman a who subsequently committed suicide when police returned to question her was seen late the night the crime and that she was carrying a a Golden haired a by a undecided Arf Ion David t. Vii Lyntz the new Jersey attorney general directing Hie prosecution Hauptmann said tonight lie a undecided As to whether he would ask . Morrow to face the crowded courtroom As Lier daughter mrs. Anne l1ndl>ergli, did in Hie Early Days the trial. Much will depend . Wilentz said. whether Lier testimony is deemed necessary to rebut that Given yesterday by Peter la. Sommer. Other witnesses. . Wilentz pointed out can testify that Violet Sharpe could not have been the woman Sommers said he saw late Hie night March i 1632, boarding a new York City Street car Aud carrying a Bals in Arm. She a accompanied according to summer by a Man closely resembling the much mentioned Isadora Finch now dead. Servants May be called ads Sharpe . Wilentz said. Actually was at a new Jersey roadhouse not far from the Englewood Home Hie Morrow that night. Site per slated under questioning at the time in refusing to Tell where she bad been. A servants the Morrow estate had been forbidden to patronize that particular place. In addition to mrs. Morrow Fel continued Page 3 week to be mostly fair temperature near Normal forecast for Ohio Valley Washington feb. 2�?weather Outlook for week beginning monday Ohio Valley mostly fair weather except for rain Iii South and Snow in North portion Middle week colder Over North portion at ginning week otherwise temperature near Normal. For the Region the great lakes a colder by before Middle week but no severe cold now indicated week a a whole will be dry. Volcano becomes Active Wellington. New zealand. Feb. 2�?the famous Volcano. Mount Nauru Hoe. Went into eruption today with the activity steadily increasing. Terrific thunderstorm preceded the eruption. A ohioan hit by Auto Gallipolis. Feb. 2�?hollis c. Johnston a former speaker in the Ohio House representatives a injured seriously tonight when struck by a hit skip Driver. Moons Shadow to move Over Earth at 3,500 Miles an hour eclipse Sun to be 49 per cent Iii Ohio starting at Cincinnati at 10 08 a m. Today by the a fluted pre Delaware. O., fell. 3�?when the Moon casts its Shadow the Earth tomorrow morning during the partial eclipse the Sun the Shadow will lie Laid Dow n like a carpet at the rate approximately 3,500 Miles an hour . N. T. Bobrovnikoff acting director perking Observatory Ohio Wesleyan University said today. A the Moon and its Shadow actually move about 2.100 Miles an Bour an even Ida be but since the Shadow will strike the Earth at an oblique Angle it velocity the Earth will be considerably greater probably about 4,200 mile an . Bobrovnikoff explained. A the Speed the Earth a rotation however will affect this Speed a it affects one particular spot in the path the eclipse. A let us suppose a train Aud an automobile Are racing. The train is travelling 60 Miles an hour the Auto 45. To a person in the machine the train seemingly would be travelling Only 15 Miles an Bour. A now the Shadow will be travel lug about 4,200 Miles an hour in this part the country. At this Lati Ludo the Earth a rotary Speed is approximately 700 Miles an hour. Both continued in Page 3 court delays its ruling Gold clause chief Justice surprises tense business world with announcement action Likely feb. La tribunal Breaks precedent in saying decision not yet ready the a a a a la cd Prest Washington. Feb. 2�?the supreme court stepped outside the Bounds precedent today to inform a ten Busine world that it probably must Walt at least another week for the High tribunal epochal decision Hue Gold cases. With the administration virtually ready to meet All the eventualities an Adverse verdict markets Ridden with is use and Allex Landing the decision monday chief Justice Hughes summoned the court clerk and dictated a the chief Justice in order to avoid no unnecessary crowding the courtroom monday directs Hie clerk to announce that the court is not ready As yet to announce a decision Iii the Gold clause decision probable feb. La with till announcement monday feb. La became probably the earliest Date upon which the decision which the whole Roosevelt monetary program is balanced delicately could ire expected. There was a Remote possibility however that it might come in mid week. The court just had met previously for its usual saturday conference hut the general impression Quot As that la had concluded its consideration the Gold clause Issue and a Busy with lesser matters. Whether the chief Justice statement could la taken to mean that he and his colleagues not even had reached an agreement the subject merely that preparation Hie written opinion bad not been completed was an immediate target for saw cd lotion. Announcement is Surprise at the very moment that Justin Hughes was dictating to Charles Elmore to Ropley the court clerk Tho administration expert Law and Money were meeting in attorney general Cummings office. To them Hie announcement a Surprise. They had gathered Rejino redly. To make last revisions in the plan which a series such meetings had. Produced for Quick action la the event Ute verdict was Adverse to the government. The court must decide whether Congress was within its constitutional Lowers in invalidating the Gold payment promises Bonds and contracts and ordering , instead. It face value in the present devalued currency if it decides against the government $100,000,000,000 in Public and private Bonds will become Worth $169,000,000,000. Government officials still expressed Confidence today that the court will sustain the administration. Taking no Chace however they have made ready to meet any the Large number ramifications which the decision might take. Uncertainty a effect uncertainty Over the result already Lias caused a drop Iii Many categories prices. It was noticeable in the Market even today. Conversely Bonds which would i to payable at 69 per cent above their fat e value have soared. Whether not the court took this situation into consideration and made its announcement with a desire to relieve the tension was course a matter conjecture. It referred Only to the question uselessly crowding the courtroom. Never la fore could it be recalled that the court had gone out its Way to disclose whether any particular decision would would not be Given Kikui any particular Date. The announcement was the More surprising for the reason that unusual preparations for handling the crowds monday even for Locking the doors when Hie decision is read had increased expectations a decision then. Securities group a guard the securities Exchange commission was a ready to act quickly to prevent a hysterical trading if the markets were still open at the time the decision. Chairman Joseph v. Kennedy in fact was reported to be in new York and there were unconfirmed rumours that he might be conferring with Stock Exchange authorities the procedure to be followed. The commission Bas absolute authority to close More than 40 Stock exchanges from new York to san Francisco at a moment i Otic. Tile meeting at the Justice department included in addition to attorney general Cumming. Herman Lebant general counsel Tho Treasury Stanley Reed counsel for the rec Angus Maclean assistant solicitor general and a dozen others. Came delay unknown the general understanding in Washington was that they already had decided what should be done Aud convened today to work out the details. While the exact cause the delay in the court was unknown there were indications that it might to the result the enormous amount work incident to the preparation opinions the inability dissenting members to get the via ready for presentation. The custom la that the Jug minority Bas int in opinion into writing the opinion is withheld

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