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Portsmouth Sunday Times (Newspaper) - May 1, 1932, Portsmouth, Ohio Weather Ohio partly Cloudy Ultcht cooler in West portion sunday monday partly Bunton slimes two favourites Iii Kentucky Derby not expected �0 froth wire. Read it the first apart Lairo. Vol. 34�?no. 6 the aim elated rim new tatted erne Portsmouth Ohio sunday May i 1932 32 pages five Clil s. Rule Hawaii urged after trial congressman Rankin would put Island under direct Federal control says Justice farce Darrow prepares to fight manslaughter conviction in higher court. Or the a Mot lated i re a Washington april his the impediment an hawaiian judge and abolishment Tho territorial government were demanded Capitol Bill today a an aftermath to the conviction the four defendants in the Massie ease. Senator Mcneilar Tennessee Democrat said in a statement the judge who presided Over the grand jury which indicted the four Americus should be removed from office. He added he did not believe they a a got a fair placing Hawaii under direct Federal control a until White women arc secure from such brutal attacks As that made upon mrs. Massie was advocated in a statement by representative Rankin Mississippi Democrat. A that seems to he tile Only Way a added a to put a Stop to such officials explained the Federal government Bud no Power to Grunt leniency to the defendants. Meanwhile department Justice officials explained the Federal government had no Power to Gram leniency to the defendants. Me Keller said he were a Mem it the House he would move for the Imi it each Ament the judge who presided tile grand jury such Adion must lie initiated in the House representatives. He apparently referred to circuit judge a. M. Crusty who told menders the grand jury after they had attempted to return a Quot no True Bill a Flint they should retire if they could not reconcile their convictions with the Law and the testimony. She a incorporated a a a a a that s Velma Memphis who d be movie Star so confident her Success in the talkies was Velma Gresham Memphis that she incorporated herself to launch her Hollywood career. 8he is glue eyed and Titian haired. P.h.5. Band orchestra place second in contest Honolulu tense Appeal prepared by the air Tatad i Rah Honolulu april 30. A an outwardly quiet but tense City looked today while opposing nodes girded for furrier Battle Over 20 injured in May Day riots continued Page Nineteen Climax seen. In Lindy Case Hope reaches High Peak with absence Norfolk Man. By the annotated preen Norfolk va., april 30�?tim Climax screened to Bir i a curtain secrecy. Us wit a the a again serving As the probable scene was believed to in near tonight it the efforts three nor i in men to restore the i and Bergh baby to its pit rents. The feeling hopefulness repent oily recurring with tile coming and a Quot aug the intermediaries during the Lota weeks their negotiations i us he another High Peak with Tho Abt me John Hughs Curts profit set King another Contact silk a pawed kidnappers off the Yir. Oast. Aith ugly his movements were warded with utmost secrecy the no Folk bout builder was reported by hate engage i upon ids new min it i Quot to aboard the yacht. Maroon a Natl after return log from a Trio v a a Lane. Or. Curtis was tattered but have Imen accompanied by Lieut. A Quot Mir t. L. A Schaid air plane Pilot tin negotiators and Edwin u. Aru Elmira n. Y., a Friend. The. Yacht Maroon became Jcfin-, identified with tile movements a the inter Media re. During the Quot to Day. Last week end two a i is made by . Curtis alumni the i to the nigh the Virginia Cairns. Faulted in the reunited removal Facie a from their work. $500,000 collected in Taxe in to Days by the pre Quot i . April 30.�?the co Extension time for payment a a Milt a until May 7. Planned to s a a pro i try owners an Opportunity i 1 taxes with dividends being from the closed tank. Has a bed in the collection More 11 a half million dollars in the a to Days. Be i Quot i Lect Ion for the current per a a it a a last Imrem tar has Rea Betl 4 1 isj14.431.4b Reje y v,.,-ns libation general taxes 3 a j lass fled Aud $2uo. A Rcv Maui. Unequal wealth distribution hit a the a talks i a Lami. Of a apr 30 a it Durant a the a inert in i Quot tie the a fit by the wealthy 1 a i Bals. Were roundly a from the a ate platform t t by a i toted Katr set a pro Alt t at Boll North High Columbus captures first place in major events nine trojans score sufficiently to win Way into state meet. North High Columbus placed first and Portsmouth second in the South Ohio District High school hand contest held in Friday and saturday. North High also placed first and Portsmouth second in the orchestra contest while nine members p. H. 8. Placed in the Solo events and Are eligible to enter the state contests in Bolln May 7. A rating the hand entered in the contest were As follows class a Columbus North i Superior excellent Portsmouth 2. Excellent a lass by Nelsonville a Felicity Franklin. 8. Class cd Delaware. 2, and Brown comity i highly Superior. Hating school orchestras entered were Claas a Columbus North i highly six Perior Portsmouth Superior excellent. No class b entries. Class cd Buckskin 2 Felicity Franklin ,4, Aud Meigs county 3. Officials at a late hour were tabulating the grades and among the winners selected in the Solo events from Portsmouth were Freda a malay baritone 2 saxophone Charles dearth 2 Herbert Wendelken frontline 3 Cornet flute Alto clarinet Bass clarinet and French Horn. In the ensembles the p. H. 8 trumpet sextet b. Flu clarinet quartet mixed clarinet quartet and saxophone quartet placed among the winners. Fifteen schools participated in the event. Friday was devote to the soloists and ensemble Groin. Saturday the band and orchestra events were Beld and saturday night orchestra and hand masses played until to p. In. Police break up proposed marches Philadelphia. City Hall. By tic Assoria per Philadelphia april 30. A More than 20 persons were injured today when police broke up a pro kit Sod March City Bull As it was started from two mobilization Points. A dozen marchers were arrested 15 were treated held at hospitals for observation and five to Beemen were injured sufficiently to require Hospital treatment. Clubs and fists flew in clashes in Southeast Aud North Philadelphia. Banners carried by Che marchers bore the inscriptions a worker s sex serve cd men s league a a to City Quot free lunches for children the unemployed a Quot . Plan hot. We cannot live your a free Tom into a Down with police Kern la it age director Public safety had told the representatives the marchers their promised parades and meeting would interfere too seriously with traffic but permitted them to hold a to a cling at a vacant lot about four blocks from City Ball. Speakers for the marchers re used to consider use the vacant lot because they said it was a dumping ground and announced they would Ladd their intrudes and meeting despite pollen orders. Those arrested were charged variously with assault Ami Battery. Inciting to riot and disorderly conduct. A Edison outstanding ohioan group says by the associated per Colum bus o., april 30�?thomas a. Edison is Tho outstanding ohioan in the history the state. 30 Ohio men agreed last night at the annual meeting the Ohio society tim sous the american re vol it leu. Other outstanding personages recognized by the society were William h. Mcguffey. Gen. C. S. Giant. Wilbur Wright D. Howells Ii. Taft Salmon p. Chase. Harriet Beecher Stowe. William r. Hunter and Jacob Sherman. Fair weather seen for coming week weather Outlook for week Tain Ning monday in the Obi Valley is showers tuesday night Wod nest Lay. Mostly fair thereafter. Temperatures Ino try Normal stave. Reelection Odis is sought county health Board will meet at to clock monday morning. County health Board will meet monday at 10 a. In. In tile health office in the courthouse to elect a successor to John duis Wheelersburg whose term the advisory Board expire. Of tim Republican organization ail Square Deal school group control the Board i it i is will lie reelected. Of forces e. O. Mccowen county school superintendent con Irol the Board a Mccowey supporter will take duis plate. However the organization has been pledge support in the in Ines ilmers it was said saturday. The health Board includes mayor three villages Aud president the boards township trustees. The Tabard appoints an advisory Voard five which controls Tai health office. A member to the advisory Loard is appointed each year. Mccowen Fortes control the advisory Hoard with three members Arlyn Violet. Artie Thompson and Chris Aeh. Organization Melmuth Are duis and . W. La. Singleton. Aged couple to wed Toledo. By april 30.�? apr an application for a License to wed was made by Joen if Marsh so Aud my Frances la a Conklin. 72, i Here today. Marsh is a widower. Woman hurled to ground in storm Dies injuries Gas rate Cut to be heard thursday City a new ordinance will go before state utilities commission Price i slashed Portsmouth Gas co. Declares rate 40 cents per thousand unjust. # the question Portsmouth securing a reduction in it present Gas rate will come before the state i utilities commission next thursday. May 5. This Date was selected for a hearing the matter some time age. On feb. 24 members City Council unanimously passed an ordinance in which the net rate 40 cents Lier 1.000 cultic feet was specifically specified. The minimum rate was Feti at 50 cents. These Are tin same rates As prevail in new Boston and were fixed by the new Boston Council and United fuel and Gas co. This company Batties Gas to the Portsmouth Gas co. Portsmouth at present has a minimum rate 80 cents and a net rat 55 cents. The company after Council passed an ordinance fixing a new and lower rate filed an Appeal with Lite state utilities commission. The company in its Apical said the new rate was unjust unreasonable and insufficient to yield proper compensation for services rendered. The company elected to charge the present rate As fixed by Ute utilities commission in october. 1023 and asked the commission to fix a Bond for return should the body Flud in favor the new City ordinance. The Portsmouth Gas co. Has posted a refunding Bond $25,000 As it Bas notified the utilities commission that it will collect the old rate while the rate controversy is . Director Jiw L. Dickey will represent the City at the hearing. Members Council expect to attend the hearing. Secret agents prob Market Senate banking committee gathers evidence Wall Street operations. By the Attar Liard pro Washington. April 30�?secret investigators were set to work today for the Senate banking committee to find any abuses that May exist in the operations the new York Stock Exchange. William a. Gray committee counsel. Was proceeding carefully in i selection agent but lie already had some the a evidence and leads which have accumulated. Gray will go to new y Ork next week to supervise the investigation brokerage and Stock Exchange records. Information More than a score big Pool operations will be studied together with the transaction Many known big trader. The investigation will include a a Bull a Well As Quot Taur Quot Pool. Names the Stecial investigator were being guarded hut it was Learned that Basil Manly Veteran investigator for Senate committee anti recently connected with the Campaign fund committee i under consideration a one. Resumption lie rings depends what evidence i found in the secret investigation. Ohioan to buy new Home with bravery award by the a<k-tt#4i per Sandusky . April 30.�?an act bravery is going to n eau a new borne for Earl b. Thomas 26. Of Sandusky. Thomas today was notified be was one the recipient the Carnegie hero fund commission award and will receive $1,000 in Cash. To let Money he in i. Will be used to buy a Home for i wife and child. Thomas won the Carnegie award by saving the life Holland e. Smith. To. In Mill Creek two years ago. Takes Sadden dive in Lake has to like it Lloyd Fleming. 50, Steelworker 3855 Grace Street new Boston took an involuntary dive in the Chilly water Millbrook Lake new Boston about i p. In. Saturday and was forced to like the ducking. Fleming hissing the time away sitting the end a tie the Portsmouth Public service co. Bridge crossing tile Lake. Without warning the tie broke and Fleming took a plunge into the water. By fell about six feet and swam Back to the Bridge. Outside wet clothes and a chilled i Tody Fleming was none tile worse off for his experience. The fact that he was a Good swimmer enabled Bim to escape drowning As be was weighed Down with i clothe and shoo. Deadlock seen if Smith keeps up victories f democratic candidates begin to crowd each other As primaries Progress g. 0. A worried wet and dry Issue becomes increasingly irksome for republicans by the associated a Washington april 30. A trouble Clouds Are massing Over the democratic presidential nomination contest and the Republican platform maker with the approach May primaries and conventions. The strange quirks political events the past week with the National conventions less than two month away not Only halted for the first tim the Rush Franklin 1. Roosevelt toward the democratic nomination with Alfred e. Smith furnishing the impediment hut Udd cd Michigan to the state advocating a moist Plank in the Republican platform. Smith left no doubt in the minds politicians that he a out to Stop his successor at Allany. Supporters both still Are making Suriou claims As to the division Pennsylvania s 70 Delegate. Atmosphere dark so instead Clearing the atmosphere for the democrats the Wenk n activities made it perceptibly Darker. Concerned some Lender Are asking Quot Are we in for another 1024 convention with our tast Chance in years this november Quot while Roosevelt a far Flung Campaign organization a spurred to new efforts by this week happening. The names John Davis House halts Polk acts to be postal Job for architects Here plan to unite Arm Javy insurgents strike provision from Economy Bill after two hour Battle vote 153 to 135 la a. A a oin a la a were father Jane i -.imrgh. Who renew Llor by i Jed Quot army to the Capite Smith w by ooh Harf. A kept Mumn. The Quot a a Clarete a Federal injuries sustained four weeks ago when she a moan to the ground by the Terl Filc windstorm which my wed Over flite Section proved fatal to Elizabeth Horst. 32. Who died at i by Home Lier daughter. Mrs Fie Burggraf. I Melter Mutt at 0 3 p. M. 8at-urds?. Mrs. In test suffered a severe Bruise the hip and Hie a bark. Complicated with grip. Need her death physicians say. I a so the widow the late Henry Hurst who died in ism a was a former a absent a Megha a Hill. Near 8kcum Sta tion. And had tired in a Mcdermott is years. She is survived by Erht children mrs. Effie Bur Graf Mcdermott mrs. Stella suit Doyle David s. And Lewis t. Hurst. Saginaw. Mich. Willard Hurst Wheelersburg . Margaret Tarter re Portsmouth liar in l Hurst Mcdermott mrs. Carrie brisker Minford three Sisters. Mrs. Tetra Copeland a a i mrs. Caroline Basham Hamden. Of mrs. Katie Uri Rte Nooth Tiara Fotr Hurmi Aud la great grandchildren. Montgomery county endorses 3 wets by the associated press Dayton o., april 30.�?the 30 mender comprising the Republican Central committee Montgomery county broke Over the Trace in session Fri afternoon Ami among other endorsement candidates for state office gave unanimous endorsement to three wet candidates the i ret time since 1918 that a wet candidate a received local endorsement they Are Gil tart Beltman for United states senator and Perry tet Low and Thomas j. Herbert for Cong re Ranum at Large. Huntington Man shot in argument Scottown. If. April Rny cedi Fields is. Of barter i. Was Shat through the Chest Hee Awtey in an alleged altercation with Cana a Ray pin Sermon. Lief a us the shooting were not known to Lawrence it msgr a at Bori ties a they began an a nver Teffen Ltd by. Fields condition was Fie continued Page two Coa measure delayed claim United mine workers head charges operators deliberately blocking Bill. By the associated press Washington. April 30�?a charge that Coal mine operators Are deliberately trying to Block congressional action a Hill for Federal regulation the bituminous Industry by delaying the hearing a made Tagore a Senate committee today by John i i wis president the United mine worker America and a promptly denied. E. I Greever Tazewell va., counsel for the National Coal association. Replied to Lyrl that he not Only denied but resented the accusation. Iam i spoke out sharply after Greever Hail finished Reading to the committee a Long liar witnesses Coal operators from different parts the country who he said wanted to appear in opposition to the i tells Kelly Hill for stabilizing the bituminous Industry. I big voice Tio Mcd out angrily As he said Quot a a representative the proponent this Bill i would like to keep these hearings from degenerating into a farce. They Are Drifting toward a farce at the present Quot proponents the Bill Lewis went . Quot Only took about three Day at the beginning the hearings. The hearings have Lieen dragged out since that time by our friends the operators. Turning to condition in the mine he cited strike Ami asserted a a starvation wage a Draper wage i timing Ald and Quot peonage sex Isla. O. N. G. Units ready for mines May Day by Tbs associated fro Cadiz. Of. April there were Rumor projected May Day demonstrations in he Eastern Ohio Coal Field tonight. National guard officers said they expected a trouble. Striking miners announced they would ignore the Day to no Large Gal Ber lag were known to be ached proposal was designed to save about $100,000,-000 measure Cut. By the associated Erraa Washington. April 30.�?the weakened omnibus Economy Bill a knocked staggering today in the House by n terrific blow that eliminated one it major Profiro Salsa the consolidation the army and Navy under a department National defense. Aided by democratic insurgents administration republicans rejected the proposition 153 to 135 after a two hour Battle debate in which its pro it Anent said savings would run from $28,000,000 to $100,000,-000 and More. A yell went up from the Republican Side us representative Warren North Carolina Democrat presiding announced the decision it was the second Victory the Day for the administration. Override insurgents. Earlier the democratic and Republican Leader overrode insurgents and secured approval the creation a Public works administration by defeating to 20 a move by representative Johnson Texas Lic Socrat to strike the Section from the controverted Bill. The Senate meanwhile sent Hack to the House the second depart men Tai Supply Bill trimmed to rent. Carrying $112,000,000 for the state Justice Commerce and labor departments As it left the Senate the Bill provided for a $1,000,600 slash in prohibition enforcement costs. Previously the Senate had reduced the Interior department Hill to tor cont this was accepted by the House Ami signed by president Hoover. Democratic Lender Laid Hung Many their boites the army congressman sends communication to assistant Secretary Treasury about report plans contract going to firm outside City writes pointedly in giving his View continued Page five $8,100 Given for Road work county commissioners continue Relief program 750 men get jobs. Continuing their Relief program minty commissioner saturday a cont inned from Page. One Caldwel to get new trial % Tennessee supreme court reverses decision against former banker. By the a lat apr a t Nashville tenn., april 30-the Tennessee supreme court today reversed the conviction Rogers Caldwell former investment banker who was Given a one to three year prison sentence in criminal court at Nashville a charge fraudulent breach Trust. The Case was remanded for a new sprinted $8.101 for county and trial. Caldwell president the once powerful financial House cab Well and co., a convicted last july to violating a Trust agreement with Hardeman county ten Teasee which had deposited pro coed from a $200,000 Road Bond Issue with the company. It was alleged that in violation the agreement Industrial Bonds were substituted for tonnes i Minuni Datul and Federal government land in collateral pledges with the Bank Leif new a a subsidiary to secure the county s do to it with Caldwell and co. N. Amp a. Offers $1,000 Reward seeks information leading to person responsible for w Reck. Reward $1,000 for information leading to arrest Aud conviction person a Rhou responsible for malicious wrecking n. Amp Passenger Tran no. 4, the Pocahontas flyer Wam offered by the Railroad saturday. K. L. Meadows chief special agent the n. A w., with offices in Ito Onoke offered the Reward. Information should be communicated to Meadow. W. H. Hornbarger. Siecik in agent it Portsmouth a bereft e. W. Bennett Lawrence county. The flyer a Del Lier rely wrecked at Union siding switch to mile East the City at 1 37 a. In. April 21. Engineer John Myers and fireman Janie Kemp were killed and seven were injured. Selection architectural firm next step in move for $400,000 Post office two Here ready to cooperate Job. Plans for Portsmouth a new $400,000 Post office building to co up at sixth and Gay streets will not be prepared by in out town architect so far a congressman James g. Polk this District is concerned. He mad this extremely Clear in a letter he Lins called to ferry k. Hent assistant Secretary the Treasury with offices in Washington tie deemed the move to name an out town architect a being unfair and unjust to local architects and expressed his View pointedly Tbs mutter. For several Days it has been persistently rumoured that local architects had lost out and the commission would be awarded to a Cincinnati firm. In w As upon receipt this newg<6-Ihat congressman Polk sent the following self explanatory letter to . Heath Hon. Ferry k. Heath assistant Secretary the Treasury Treasury department Washington d. C. My dear . Heath a in reply to my letter to you feb. 4, 11 32, in which i urged amt the work the new Post office and Federal building at Portsmouth Ohio i hastened you stated Quot it Lias not yet been definitely decided whether the drawings and specification will Lee prepared by the de Wrt mint whether the project will i turned Over to some outside architect for full architectural i have been informed that you Are considering awarding the contract for architectural services for this new Post office Aud Federal building at Portsmouth to a firm architects at Cincinnati. If the re Piort that you Are planning to award this contract to a firm outside the City Portsmouth is True i Liell Erc it is unfair and unjust to the local architect Portsmouth. Tile re Are several capable architects in Portsmouth Ami i advised there is a Mutual agree township Road work. Clyde Zeune Surveyor reported that 750 men were Given employment the Road last week beside several Hundred hired by township trustees. The appropriations will Complete three major Road Pion acts. Including Extension dry run. Twin Crock and Carey s run Poud Cleek Road. Completion Extension Carey a run to Pond Creek will Cost $1,000. It will Cost ?.m 0 to connect dry run with Carey s Ruu Pond Creek Road. Remainder the grading twin Creek which will connect a. A Highway with route 125 at Rocky Fork will com $600. The new Road for a distance Al it it five Miles was Cut through the Hills from the upper cml twin Creek to route 125. Work eliminating curve Ami grading port Gourli Minford. Stockdale Road will continue. Commissioner appropriated $1,000 for tile work. Sex Soldier and cite zen the Community Are being employed the Job. The commissioners appropriate $1,000 for maintenance county Road patrols. Other Road appropriations Are a Mcdermott Pond Creek Road $800 Kardun Huz Lebaker Road. $000 for placing and one half tin crushed atone surface Heisley a Stock Road $200 Bellamy Road. $200 Frederick Road. $500 Thompson Hill Romp. $150 Kchun Bierger Road $250 Neff Bratton Road $50 and Hune Road $50. Cleanup week opens As cans pay show fee tin can Parade officially launches movement to make City spotless intend be drive trucks will mobilize Early monday and collect waste material. The tin can a Arade featuring Portsmouth youth and the City s empty Caus which had been picked from Yard and alleys took place saturday morning and ended in a Melee in front the la Roy theater where a picture show was riven for the children. One child. Patrick Garner sixth Street rec Eirnel a Gash the fore cad from a flying tin can. Ile was taken to tim office . Clyde Fitch and the wound which was not serious was dressed. He returned to the theater and saw the picture. The at Rede and subsequent picture was singed a the beginning clean in week which opens in the City a Lonny. Children in the City were admitted to the la Roy theater to see Quot Olgh Nln Quot feat ii Ling will Rogers for the Price Friree empty tin can. All the child . Mer at either the Gallia Street fire station the Massie school building and paraded to the theater behind the big refuse trucks. The cads were deposited in the truck a the Iun dress children rushed the Dort the theater. Theater crowded. One youngster brought his three tin can neatly wrap in brow wrapping palier and tied with a string. He a evidently going to make certain that he did t lose any the cans during the Ruth. The theater was crowded from top to Liotto with children Rind the trucks were lauded High with tin cans. Fire chief i Tolvert Lew Low killed in Auto Kash Louisville ky., april 30�? apr Jerome b. Kip eat jr., 18, son one Kentucky s most prominent turkmen a burned to death play in big automobile after Rushing into a telephoto pole. Military lines Pere prepared for quirk int Asport St by troops to any Poi St. Should Inland a a Rara red car was my la readiness in St i Entiat Kua t Dri a Wank. Cd a in r. A. Modi at a ii ids rim Miles Trdat warmed president the a Al Academy in were at the a teeing Assai in St tint Gimp s As aaa i Mim w he k opened her Hunt if Trojan band members help fight Lucasville Blaze fire Motet Ermine origin destroyed the Ernest Marsh four room Cor i age to the John Moulton addition. I ins til in. A add lightly Llsms Zed the c. J. Cook Home shortly after Midnight sat div. Or. And mrs. Marsh War a Way from Home when the dwelling aught fire and had no been notified tim mane at a tote boor 8et#rsl members the Portsmouth High school hold. Oho were returning from Lull Brot by. Where they participated la a Dis in hand Nastiest rites erred the borates hooding. They Hoke Imo the isome Ami searched tora Home virtually All the bold Gouda a carried out the cottage. The c. J. Cook Home which and Jot by the Marsh dwelling caught fire twice but neighbors who had formed a inn aet brigade. Threw water it and an red it. All Tho household Good were moved to tim Cook build tag. In Lucasville Volunteer Fife fighters need chemical to Battlo the mane. County Fusil Are Arak tag an investigation the origin the the Home i tem Ted St the wont hem end Lorn till ast tim Railroad tracks appetite the Lucasville Iii ice. Continued in Page Nineteen French Goto polls sunday 11,500,000 qualified to vote police look for no disturbances. By l a associated Presa Paris april 30.�?French voter will go to the polls tomorrow to elect Niemiera the new Thunder deputies to which the government must look fur its sup try during Imam Tuut negotiation this summer the Infin Antoum Issue reparation War debt Aud disarmament. The Chamu a will lie elected by double a hot aug. All candidate who receive a majority tomorrow will i come member. In those constituencies where no Cue received More than half the rotes cast Runoff will he held May 8. A total 11,500, u00 men and no women i qualified to vote. For the <115 seat in the Chandler there 3,017 candidate two whom Are dead hut whose names remain the list under the Law a their death occurred after the nomination were closed. Political Nypert expect so to is it cent he voters to go to the Oil. Id tent iou Are that Only 26t to 230 definite results will be know by monday. Despite the coincidence Tow ram Row Hai rotting and the Revot Othote Ary May Day Holiday the a it both tie look for no disturbances. Wins flute Honor at District moot Arthur Klein son Ani William h. Klein. 1817 oaten a Veene. Won honer at the South Eastern Otte District hand Conte held at Uhll rent he april to and by Young Klein who in no is yen age tied fur find do with i cd Lomby nerf a entrant la he train Bote contest. Ute ret wan 2 a Klein play a a nates. By will so at the Xii z

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