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Portsmouth Sunday Times (Newspaper) - May 25, 1930, Portsmouth, Ohio The weather Kitwe by Ami Olin fair the pro Kablor rising tempera i. Sunday monday fair and a Luff. A it Munday sinus profitable shopping bargains Art daily presented in advertising col Lions of Tbs times. Profit by the habit of Reading them. To. 12, so. To 36 pages Portsmouth. Ohio sunday May 25, 1030 Mes Kra of no Liurni pm Hye cent Strong Wimbs Pew 6rif be ppm lives of Crew on two vessels in danger As tankers crash Flandon idea of continue my further South ships collide in heavy fog both damaged we. Bruce reported sinking after ramming into British Shipfs lamps Are manned s. 0. S. Flashed As Bow of one boat settles in water. La the associated pre m w a a a Kkt May 24�?two Tanker giving la the fog collided today 13 mile South of Barnegat lightship my one of them the w. W. Bruce i formerly tin.1 Sabine Sun began to so i in Hilo the water. La i Crew of a til worked desperate. Xxii ii tile pumps but an hour aft. A Tho crash her Forward decks were h Quot ii ii and Che continued to go Down in the Bow. Jin Oiler ship the British tank to. A Voltich Maiden stood by her in wok damaged hut she was in in trave danger. In two vessel could not see each Alor in the fog and had to rely on Iii r radio for communications. The National broadcasting oui Imi operator Here intercepted a min i re i rom the scottish Maiden Ini she was unable to raise the Nim hip. The mis taken at first to indicate ii w a. Bruce had stink hut aniline message a few minutes later is i a bad been reestablished. Hindi i it before 7 15 p. In. The. S. To n hit in More than an hour after it illusion the w. W. Bruce i told the Brooklyn Navy Yard that tile vessel would proceed to is x York under her own Power in a Iii lira and that she was in no Quot i Licitr danger of a inking. It to Aid the Cruiser Rochester a a get by and that it Waun any for Otter ships to stand by. 11 is Otto so Malden which sailed xxx York today for Tampico i i xviii omit cargo is chartered to fumes Withy line. The it ii i steam hip company owns w. A. Brit a some rider there really no Bull in his statement that he intends to ride a Bull from san Benito tex., to new York City says Ralph Sanders photographed Here As he started on Ilia slow journey which he estimates will require several month. He Bas a $500 Wager posted with Ben stack of Ilar Lington tex., who plans to shove off june 15 in a Wagon drawn by a Goat and a Donkey and beat Ralph to new y Ork. Six burned m $200 000 fire in warehouses spark from Horseshoe said a to have started Blaze in Ripon wis. Gas tank explodes District of fire said to be Birthplace of Republican party.  7 the air lated Presa Ripon wis., May 24.�?a fire believed started by a spark from the shoe of a horse today swept through the warehouse District of this City which considers itself the Birthplace of the Republican party. Six men were burned two of them seriously in the conflagration which spread from seven 15,000 gallon Oil and gasoline tanks of the Yyi Addams Oil company. Firemen subdued tile flames after $200,000 damage had been done. The injured men Are a does Harris 54, who was caught in flumes when the last of the tanks blew up Adolph Dornbrook Edward Amundsen manager of the Oil station Aud fireman William Burroughs William Lambert and John Boettcher. Harris is believed fatally burned. A Wagon being driven through the Oil station Yard Side wiped a it gasoline pump breaking it. Authorities believed a spark from the roof of a horse ignited gasoline gushing from the broken pump. The flames spread quickly and loud explosions shattered windows for Block around. The warehouse of the Ripon knitting works was destroyed but not Lief re trucks had carried away approximately $100, Worth of gloves. Two residences were burned when embers showered Over them. The Milwaukee Railroad station caught fire three time but was saved. Huh he Milf a a Milf Chr Tolmen la i i hot a Quot a re Quot a Iii i i Battle whale hello daddy both a a a a elated pres Kodiak Alaska. May 24.�?a nine hour Battle with a rare Blue whale was reported Here today by the Crew of the whaler Tanginan of the american Pacific whaling co., Fleet. With a Harpoon in its Side the 85 foot whale towed the vessel at a six knot gait through a smother of Spray from mid morning until night. Once during the Day the Crew pulled up on the Quarry and got in a shot with a Bow gun but missed a vital spot. Toward dark a third shot ended the contest. An unborn baby whale is feet Long was found in the animal. Biml if Nib i Iii la i Senate expects recess in june a doctors memory question pict of Bandit arrest or. To Lull Quot Linn holds company liable in suit Tom Tol appeals reverses finding made Iii common pleas. Mum Plena court was reversed damage suit of John m. My is. Ii. Lect lumber Cornin an opinion handed Down by nit of appeals saturday Diug to Tim evidence l. An emotive of the ii. Lect r company parked ids machine 1 i ill. While be was at work 1 estimates on n Bouse the i in i Down the Hill and crashed a Mccoy Home. Mccoy sued a. Sipany for $1,750 damages to a me. Mon pleas court made a find a Quot the defendant stating that Spany was not liable As the a a a lie longed to Dilley and that f f that it rolled Down the Hill t in the scope of his employ. Holds firm liable 1 herring common pleas court 1 at of appeals held that the a is liable since it paid Lei a per week exp reuses and that a often used i ear in the Lier a a of Ilia duties. Hie court at the fact the ear rolled to Hill a due to one of three either Dilley a Heil to set is or parked his ear Reg la it ii the Hill or the brakes were a e. The Case was remanded 1 non pleas court for further a a a a i Peter j. Blosser wrote the and judge w. H. Middleton ii Quot i j. A lick concurred. In Menin hospitals after le6i0n convention special session May be called to finish work on naval parity Bills Are pending a leaders Are weary and yet contest looms Over muscle Shoals. By the associate pres Washington May 24�?weary congressional leaders looked Forward today to an adjournment by the Middle of june but whether Hie Senate was going to dispose of the London naval treaty Lief re that time or wait for the president to cull a Spe Elul session was unsettled tonight. Advocates of the pact claimed today the agreement would be ratified a week of debate. Senate leaders. Were divided on the feasibility of taking it up immediately after the Tariff or waiting for the special session. There was general unanimity however on both sides of the Capitol that Congress could wind up its labors by the Middle of next Mon ii. The declaration of Pray Dent Hoover that lie would Call the special session if Nei Tessary for consideration of tile treaty api geared to end talk of deferring it. There was some resentment in the Scente ranks but lenders were agreed that the treaty would go ahead now without Milch delay. The Rivers and harbours Bill carrying authorizations of at least $120,-000,000 in Waterways improvements during the next three years also is Imu Diug in the Senate but leaders believed the Way was Clear for its Early passage. Only two appropriation Billa remain to lie acted upon that for the Navy department and the second deficiency measure. The naval Supply measure Bas lieu passed by the House and is before the Senate appropriations committee a contest Between the Senate and Bouse Over muscle Shoals legislation Inq ends but the Aeq Parent differences Between the two branches make it unlikely that a determined Effort will in made at this session for disposition of that controversy. Senator Borah said today he saw no reason Why Congress a a Otilde not wind up it work including action on the treaty by the Middle of june. Both associated pm new York May 24 a the trouble with Salvatore Sespico As a stick up Man was that be did no to heed thut old Slang admonition about keeping ones shirt on. He called on or. Archibald Walker in Brooklyn and said be had a pain in the Chest. . Walker told Birn to strip and he did. During the examination the physician s memory was vaguely stirred by moles and other distinguishing Marks on his patient s body. When Sespico who is is was dresses again lie asked Hie doctor for some bandages Ami narcotics for a Friend who got wounded in a Holdup. The doctor refused but after Sespico produced a gun he gave him bandages and a harmless liquid. Then sep Rio Bim in a chair and left. . Walker thought about those moles and finally recalled that a nine year old boy he had treated to year ago had just such Marks. After he got free from his Boud he looked up his old record and gave Pollee Hep co a name and address. They arrested him and found several guns in the House. Plan to fight in on parking circulate petitions in protest to proposed traffic code. R ill the a Ltd it lilt it it pre i i Ler Pool ��?�., May 24 a fun Srinath of the american fully Here last night three re in hospitals tonight with differed Iii accidents. I a Mil in Goblin 20, of Beaver bred a broken leg when a a Cannon exploded As be fell a in tin darkness. Minor Lurex sustained by Walter sorg Abrunzo both of readiest j Charlotte Cole a fiend Ter of this to Viere struck by Antonio year s graduating class of South Webster High school has a record of i a which she can lie justly proud. She Hirn w shuns n. Ills not nil Samd a Day school slut a, Niou Nom Ghe wan the Zieten h Grade a Elmr has she been Trad since that time. She graduated with highest distinction and had an average of 17 per it lie Caine known saturday that a petition will lie presented to City t Zinnia rot Hilham. Tio. Who lived in answers filed in merger suit steel companies begin fight to halt injunction in Exchange plans. Both Alao closed re a Youngstown May Bethlehem steel corporation and Youngstown Sheet and tube company today filed separate answer in common pleas court Bere to a suit seeking to enjoin the merger of the two companies. The answers were filed Only a few minutes before the Legal time limit expired. Bethlehem a answer admitted that merger negotiations began in january and february this year. With James a. Campbell and la. G. Dalton negotiating with Eugene Grace. Bethlehem president. Unm Bells chairman of Sheet and tube. Ihal ton is a director of both Sheet and tulle and Bethlehem and a partner pm Skanda. Mather and company Ore firm which Bas contracts with both camry in and Dalton a a exercised their own Independent judgment. Bethlehem s answer said. Adding that Dalton a financial interest in Sheet and tube greatly exceeded bus interest in Bethlehem denied that its record for earnings had been irregular or that Bethlehem common la regarded As a highly the final basis of Exchange one and one third shares of Bethlehem for one of Sheet and tube. Was More favourable to Sheet and tube that the basis suggested by the auditor. Bethlehem said. Officials probe mystery deaths a death Syndicate hinted by Cleveland authorities. By the associated or a Cleveland o., May 24.�?a report of in examination to determine the cause of the death last dec Tuilier of Philip May 58, apartment House caretaker was awaited tonight As authorities pushed an inquiry into rumours of a a death Syndicate at the request of insurance companies who had written policies on May life. A minute examination of May a Boily was made by or. A. It. Moritz Lakeside pathologist after Coroner j. A. Hearse examined the exhumed dimly and stated death had Nett resulted from a frae tried Skull As asserted in the death certificate. I mrs. Kindle Ellsworth. May inn lady and named As in eight policies on the dead Many a life. Said by insurance companies to total qfc.700, told police she heard Tim noise of May a fall which was supposed to have caused bus death and found him lying at the foot of a flight of Stair. Prosecutor r. T. Miller said that insurance Campania had requested a probe into an alleged a insurance several Eoin Janle have held up pain sent pending investigation on claims for the dentil of or. Malcolm Hanson jr., la an excited Little boy these Days. Eighteen months old he soon will see his dad chief radio operator of the Byrd Antarctic expedition for the first time. He was born after Hanson set sail for the Long sojourn in Mouth Polar regions. Here you of him playing at i Home in Washington where his Mother i teaching him to speak the two words a hello Lorf Dawson Dies in England former archbishop of Canterbury answers summons at 82 years. the Samf Elfi in a London May 25.�?lird Davidson 82, former archbishop Canterbury and primate of England died at 1 05 o clock this morning. Lord Davidson resigned the a throne of St. Augustine nov. 12, 1028, after parliament had for the second time rejected the revised anglican player Book acceptance of a which he had sought a the Crown of his Long ecclesiastical Calli Stout heart never recovered from this political blow which crushed i Hope and sent him voluntarily into retirement. His resignation came at a time when two forces in the Church of England. One moving toward modernism the other toward stricter Observance of the ritual and ceremony of the past were dividing churchmen into rival Camps. When lord Davidson announced he Woald resign in july 1028, there wits much speculation whether i resignation would hasten the disestablishment of tin Church of England. To Cut the links traditionally binding the Church and state has been for Many rears the aim of a group within the Church of England itself. Separation of Church and state however would work Many change in Hie ecclesiastical and the National Constitution and the movement met with Strong opposition. Oppose seat in Senate of Texas Leader representative Blanton told he will have to Battle for place has no certificate Blanton w As elected to fill vacancy created by death. By the a Mort re tres Washington May 24 a notice was served on Thomas j. Blanton representative elect from tile 17th Texas District today that any Effort to take his Cut monday without presenting election credit la is to the House would lie opposed by representative Clancy Republican Michigan. Clancy said he hoped to prevent the seating of the texan until the regular december session. Unanimous consent was sought by representative Garner of Texas the minority Leader to have Blanton take tile oath without presenting a certificate of election. Sinker Bro tem Snell of new York sold be doubted his authority to administer the ont i and asked that the request lie Sui netted monday when speaker Longworth is in the chair. Blanton. Abilene Defeated or. It. Q. Lee. Cisco at a special election May 20 to fill the vacancy created by the death of her husband. For sir terms Blanton had represented the District retiring March 4, 1029, after ids defeat in Tho race for senator. A my he said a a is that the Texas Law provide that a certificate of election for representatives in Congress shall not lie furnished by the governor and the Secretary of state under 30 Days after election. . Blanton was elected into a vacancy on May 20th apis therefore will not ii eligible to his seat until june Tariff Issue in Iowa primaries Smoot Hawley Bill is Point before voters Battle looming. Wins medal Council wednesday night protesting the adoption of a traffic code prohibiting All night parking. Bet it Ion made their appearance saturday Aud the proponents of this movement will hold a meeting monday or tuesday to plan for a delegation to up it ear Lief re Council with the petitions. C. L. Itch Ford of Kinney a line who says he is not interested Iii garage or hotel business is one of the leaders in the latest move. The petitions ask for free and unlimited him of Illust reel a. Honor Pupil acquitted of charges i it it ent for tier entire High school work i a. X having had Grade under of. Kin Walter j. Kohler of it he violated the Wisconsin Noti Les act in i 192s Pri Cleveland lawyer faces charge of Bono stealing both a Mot lain Presa Cleveland of. May 24. A at Liberty on $500 Bond. John j. Moke 27-year-old attorney tonight awaited a hearing on a charge of grand larceny for alleged theft of $250,000 Worth of securities to which lie pleaded not guilty today. The Youthful attorney will have a preliminary bearing tuesday on the charges filed by c. N. Cahill and associate. Inc., that lie to. The Imper from a desk while employed the same neighbourhood As May Miller was told. The death certificate in her Case also signed by or. Wood. Gave cause of death As a Mem Violus of the coronary artery probably cardiac and a fall on the stairs Tokyo plane in crash on test sum is verdict a Seith of my of me both a a it intr pre Chicago May 21.�?a verdict of a murder and suicide xxi returned today by a Coroner jury at file inquest into the death of William Cochran Murray. 30. Canadian War Veteran and i Young wife found dead last night in their automobile at Glencoe 111. Bolide testified that the woman a shot in the left Temple the Man in the right Temple presumably by the same bund. A pistol was found in the in tip a right hand. Third air plane built for flight destroyed Pilot Hurt. the Assaria Ted pre Murgo. Gab May 24.�?tile third air plane constructed for Bromley for a proposed to com to Tokyo flight crashed Bere today like its two predecessor and ii. W. Catlin test idiot of a Burl Auk aircraft company a pos Lily fatally burned in the fir that followed tin mashup. Tile Jinx apparently it been on civil War. Bromley exc since in came licit inst year with tin support of Tacoma business men to arrange for a trans Pacific flight. In the monoplane. A i it or a of Tacoma Quot Bromley got us far As Tacoma tin starting place. But on tile Takeoff for Tokyo tin Hane fell no was wrecked. Bromley a unhurt. Another similar monoplane lost its Tail piece when taken into tile air at Burbank Ami in the crack up the late Ileal it Ert baby chief test idiot of tin constructing company was seriously injured. Bromley was on tin ground today when Gatlin took tic third Quot glib of Tacoma Quot it loft with turn gallon of by tin associated Pruni Washington May 24�?th country next primary election will bring the first Opportunity to obtain n reaction of Middle Western Republican to the Smoot Len we lev Tariff. Iowa voters will a Ort out their candidates for National Ami state poet june 2 and in so doing Sill move another important piece into the Cut out Puzzle reflecting tile general political situation. It la in the Republican contest for nomination of candidate for tile Senate that the Tariff has been made a Point. Tile file state primaries that have been held of far have Only Given the politically minded a highly controversial View a to what determining extent the Tariff As an Issue guided the Pencil of the average voter when he marked i ballot and such information is eagerly sought. The Iowa primary come at a Tim when the question is being debated of How much the Tariff figures in the nomination in Penn Bania of tame Davis Over a old Joe Quot Grundy a a Republican candidate for senator. There have been statement from the prolific Bureau of publicity of the democratic National committee that the Tariff had Exerv thing to do with senator Grundy defeat. Out in town the Issue has Heen a question for debate Between represent Harold i wive l. Dickinson from the tenth Lown District and governor John hum Mill two of four candidate for the Republican nomination for the Senate. The other two Are Frank j. Lund and a. Bayne. The Winner of the senatorial nomination will senator i i ii id f. Stack file fir to Democrat to represent the state in the Senate since before the Mim Laura Jane Hamm a new Boston High school will be represented in the National High a Viool typewriting Content to be held in during septem tier 1939. I i ii ii in Jane Haimes. Daughter of la. Yvo. Hammon of 233 Lakeside and a Junior in Glenwood High will ins Wilt to the nation wide contest by the achoo. I humic lost tile Ohio title at Bowling Green recently by four tenths of a word and was presented a Silver medal for her splendid showing. Yvo inner from Many state will compete at Pittsburgh. . Bena outright is instructor in shorthand and typewriting at the new Bolton school. Banu robberies mat re cleared by arrest of 3 police in Dayton assert members of gang confessed others implicated to also proficient in her typing wit on recommendation of the county to their of form Lur. To i., we i Wlter Quot Quot Quot Ohta inks divorce e Kalamazoo. . May 24 a my a Rry a meeter or Mary it Sapaugh obtained an bridle pm Quot Quot uncontested divorce today from or. J in in Arthur a. Mills Quot formerly and Arf sentenced min Trentor general it finance in Rohrer Toulon Haiti bile charged that be was Duad-1 Gln Vinnal i. A i Jio Urso living aide to write 94 minute. Shes i the daughter of Bairn. Justice has been done org Enigma c co e of South Webster. , Nee support the verdict prosecutor office. Bomb is i Rah so Moke la it used a statement declaring Alt Itsai. India. May the Imper alleged to have been Twenty person including several Chi stolen belonged to a Friend of his in dry a Sere injured by the explosion of Lima of and not to Cahill. I a bomb today at a religious Lair. Yes re in the pen tout Lur for to kill and assault to Rob. Edward Warren. 32. Bromley. Ky., 24.�? jointly indicted with him. A sen Cassell was sentenced today to 39 fenced to three year for assault to Rob train hits Al to Xenia to. May 24.�?ticher in croon. J5. Jumped to safety Aud id Mother or. Marilla Hetero ii Clifford m broken left leg i Dux xxx Hen their automobile driven by Lite von. Xxii a irus k in a Benn Ixonia freight train near Spring x a i in x. The machine stalled on the tracks. Real dreams Cincinnati cd Max 24 or Lula Barnes today filed it Ihm damage Aillet guilt Hyman baseman her former landlord claiming she cannot sleep through visual la lion of Fulling plaster. Nilie Barnes her Hult did my sought additional $2,590 damage. . Barnes said while living on one of Bushman apartment lie repeatedly informed him plaster in one of the room was Loo and Iii dangerous condition. Pm april 3 site said plaster broke from tile Selling hit her in the head Aud knocked her unconscious. Statements made identify men with holdups of several Banks. By Tbs associated Presa Hayton. O., May 24�?with three they lie Lleve to lie member of the notorious to licit m. gang in jail Here police tonight asserted Hie alleged confession of one of the men had thrown Annie Light on four Hank Holdup in Miami Valley town. Iii Jill Here Are Allen c a a Smoky Deherrer 23, formerly of Colnel Nentl Raymond Lee Alia Raymond Stacey 27, . And Omar Wehner 28, i it Ayton by. Officer said that Scherrer had made a confession Haring to do with Roblier of the Germantown Ohio. Batik last Mart ii 27, xxx Ben $9,558 a secure in the ,954 Holdup of the Bank of Hlll Lisburg Ohio last Dei Ember 31, when the rusher was Beld captive All night mid in attempt to Rob the Hank at West Alexandria Murch 29, a Ven Millier gained entry hut found no Money. The link had lieu in re we very a bund for some time. Tile Lilied confession implicated a a Bohr xxv Lack. Lee and Wehner Pollee said. Kwh k in said to by in Florida and the officer said a fifth Menir of the gang named Roth is believed to is somewhere near Cincinnati file motion to quash summons defense makes Lites move Iii county school Board Flection contest. Motion to quash flit. In in Mons for the defendants in the county school urn re election contest filed by Fred g. Boost. 8. Coles by Blos and Bon m. Wright a. A. Ii. Fenton Chai in Hopkins and John h. Violet was fill in court of Mph Munim a Tun Lay by attorney a. Z Blair de Tiu a coup a is two hum for quashing the summon were Given a follows that in Craft expected in Rio Janeiro at four a. M. Hours off schedule crowds await ship German people agreed to pay for extra Cost of Southern trip. By the associated pre Rio Janeiro. May 24.�?dr. Huge Eckener commander of the Graf Zeppelin advised brazilian military auth Oritia Here tonight that the Airship would arrive at Campo do affo Aoa Airfield about 6 a. In. Tomorrow 4 a. In. E. S. The said head wind had Blower his Progress Ainee leaving per Namuco last night and he would abandon i idea of flying South of Rio Janeiro. By the Aster ated pre Rio Janeiro Brazil May 24�? through a velvety night the Graf Zeppelin purred has a Quot a southward voyage tonight while this Gay City waited it coming. A Civ person in Rio Jaciro dreamed of going to lied before the huge Silvery dirigible arrival. Midnight a the hour aet for the graft a appearance at tile end of a voyage which began at Pernambuco at9 55 p. In. By s. To yesterday. Crowd gather with the keenest interest crowd flocked around tile newspaper bulletin Bourd a dispatches were received marking the Progress of la Airship. At Belmonte at 12 15 i in. Today the Graf Zeppelin had reached approximately the half Way Point of her journey from Pernambuco to Rio Grande so Sui. Decision to proceed on Lottita City was made known during the Day by or. Hugo Eckener who reported by wire Lena that the German resident of the Southern state had agreed to defray All additional costs of the trip beyond till Point. Add mileage the additional distance from Ter Namuco each Way is approximately 1,269 Miles thus causing the Graf to travel double the voyage Abc bad aet out a Hin from Pernambuco. Her mileage to that City from Bruzil a soil thermos Point will be about 6,-009. Conflicting reports had caused speculation Here today. The statement from or. Kike her set those at rest but dispelled any Hope thut the Airship would pause at Rio Janeiro where a inn Crew of 300 Soldier bad Lieen held in readiness to bring her Down. Decision to Send the Graf on to Rio Grande to Sui it was pointed out Here tonight would add two Days at least to the schedule of the Zeppelin. Positioning her dates that much for the remainder of her voyage to Friedric Shaf in by Way of Hava in Lakehurst n. J., and Seville Spain. Arraignment to in monday prisoners indicted at May term grand jury to appear in court. Arraignment of prisoners indicted at the May term of grand jury will in Lief re judge Russell k. Decordy Iii common Picas court monday it is a. In. All prisoners indicted who Are in the county Jull Ami Taboac who a under Boud will be take Lief re the court to Euler their pleas of any Are arrested Over the week end on secret indictments they too will i arraigned. Iii Case where the prisoners is indigent the court will appoint counsel to defend. The grand jury returned 48 True 1,111m. 22 of which were made Public. In Case where the prisoner plead guilty the court May posh sentence immediately. _ next Quot we beginning tuesday morning has Lieen set aside Fotz rom inn i docket. As the prisoners enter their plea monday their cases May in aet Down for hearing Durieu Tho select super into Dent for Manchester schools Mancu Emter. O., May 24.�?at a recent meeting of Hie Loard of education. Newton i. Blat was As superintendent of the Manchester who. For the coming team. . Bali in to wit unanimously selected by the Board. With a High re min mentation. Bavin served a superintendent a Quot a a a a Ville and Al Monroe Resignalo a a latter Trace to accept the poem the Here Whitus .4.kk s i no Luk oot columber 9, May 14�?a to Servile of in Ltee a in Bern made on1 iceman. Gin Reno Wolf was aniline defendant ii re spilled by Laxx it Gnu by injured Eurly today when in and hint Linier i in Sii Minim i a exl. Was swept from the running ban re am returned Hie court a not a of a Bootlegger Auto Tomle. The quire any Jurist let inn of the per it or Leer of the car. With a to Agaaoa of Hie defendants. A air Briard in the act of Inland plaintiffs in the Cane find ult in court of Appeal contenting the election of the defendant. A recount of the ballots a sought. Lag whiskey Wolf it map data the running Board but the Driver Burini the ear against a to wrecked in he

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