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Journal and Courier from Lafayette, Indiana • 10

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riday Evening May 24 1929 LAAYETTE JOURNAL AND COURIER 10 Camp ecumseh HOTEL MERGER SIEGRIED In Nearby Towns Ln fan Hava var OR LAAYETTE SUGCDM8S TO RARE DISEASE (Williams) Gaylord He was Is off Is by JASPER BOUNTY afflicted for nearly five years Burla! will be in Burton cemetery HOME HOSPITAL HAS EXPLDSIDN was (Continued from page one) girl the i Ankeny and Co Inc the Two broth the Oldest Jewelers East Side Square 57 Years Same Location Temple Israel Rev work AMILY linn TODAY BETTER HAVE YOUR RADIO Tuned Up and Repaired Railroad News or the 500 MILE AUTO RACE Always 10c sj XVHlVlJ WtlSS lllltU Ullly JIIVIIIIJ fl' itociienuiir Rossville and Mis was here and In the sterilization Next Thursday May 30 Buses ARC Expert Radio Service All Work Guaranteed T7 PHILCO Ticket and Information at service' AND BE CONVINCED 412 "REYHOUND 10c TO ALL In City Court Phone 4875 ON THE AIR THE NEW AND BE ITER A Triumph In IS BETTER SOUND Lyman Coal Co JACK BAIL Martin gam WOMAN The bond SEE AND HEAR NOW A from th story THE WOL STREET WALL With Eaclanovo BOSCH RADIOS 100 Talking GOODNIGHT Comedy Acts PHARMACY News Reel Movietone News Aesop ables 716 North Ninth St CASH brPAY Just lOlfr Week fompareBeforeypuDui liaranuJnt Jack bruis BROWN BILT IDEAL ARCH CURE SHOES uneral services will Sunday afternoon at rather glass there Damp were A' little later Weakly of Its The the lie by Iron mesh Win broken in hall door and to ing nul with Bros in the men high school and will at Men'snl 5 A powerful picture of the money maker who gambles with love orithe big board water was water Today and Tomorrow i inwara Particles of Infant but or bruises left behind ac and operate popular TEXACO GASOLINE possession motion for filed named which' exploded was four feet high and 16 The work or I TODAY AND SATURDAY House" given it Winters changed LOODED severed a the floor after a long of his death expected was his countless and and brew beer TOMORROW Pass' The dog was killed and the widow a son uneral services Sunday afternoon DARLINGTON Bonnie son of Darlington was badly hands and legs in accident Thursday Crawfordsville The she was riding was where she of Justice Ben Ladd gave bond and was Mr Gaylord was a member of the Methodist church Surviving be sides the widow are three sons: Gaylord West Lafayette and red Gaylord and Clyde Gaylord both living on Rural Route 10 uneral services will be con COVINGTON Memorial services for soldier dead will be held at the Presbyterian church here Sun day morning witli the Rev Arthur of Crawfordsville giv ing the address be sponsored by post American Legion home here after a short Death was due to cancer stomach He had been In health for quite a while to give up his then made Popular improved until now it the leading hotels Mehne is had was forfeit of stations Johnson used pans to sterilization equipment In new wing where the blast place is all approximately year old since the structure completed only last spring tact adds to the mystery sur THE MONON SHOPS II oard machinist helper family will visit soon at ed about the an automobile afternoon at auto in which struck by a truck driven by Gil bert Welliver the latter coming out of an alley It is said Wel liver drove into the street without stopping car were rancis Jackson Prof Russell Grant Siegfried es teemed member of the English fac ulty at Purdue university for the past nine years and outstanding as' director of Little Theater and Harlequin club plays died Thurs 64 years on the farm died He followed the witli the city survive two sisters live in Okla The funeral afternoon: on to by bls wife was released school that leakage of widow Mr the company were owners hotel contln IiADOGA Asbby 81 Montgomery day afternoon at his Born near Parkersburg on Novem ber 18 1847 Mr Ashby was a son of Thomas and Dulcena Ashby He was married to Alice ordyce Mr Ashby for many years was a stock trader and grain and lum ber salesman He was a member of the Presbyterian church and the Masonic lodge Surviving are the widow three sons two daugh ters a brother and a sister neral services will be held Satur day morning at 10 from the family home 110 Second St Phone 2104 IMPROVEMENTS takes in equipment and Kienly the new Schnell state secretary and 1923 Tecumseh director will present the program and tell of the leaders Several new camp buildings will be dedicated A vivarium made possible by the Delphi Chamber of Commerce will be presented by its president Davies Ultt "president of the Lions club work shoo fish pond and kitchen range The gifts will be formally acepted by Joseph Shirk of Peru chairman of the Pleading guilty to a charge of transporting intoxicating liquor Wayt of Michigantown Clin ton county was fined $100 and costs amounting to $130 by Judge Raymond Robertson in the city On an the man for reckless gallons of "white bottles of home found in his car On a charge of keeping a Ing device Bert Anthony pleaded guilty and was fined $10 and costs totaling $20 which ho paid How ever on the charge or of Intoxicating liquor a change of venue was Charles A West was hear the case Clarence Townsend arrested an affidavit charging failure provide preferred Maggie Townsend when a bond of $200 was provided He was cited to appear Monday Nathan Randall colored charg ed with intoxication was dismissed from court and ordered to leave the city In 30 minutes after a hearing of his testimony and that of the prosecuting witness Ida May Mason colored riday morn ing He stopped at the Mason home arfd asked for a cup of cof fee and dtrlng his stay there be came objectionable It was nec essary to call the police to eject him camp committee and Rev A Cowley Lebanon will otter dedicatory prayer to university HISTORIC HOTEL Lahr hotel or was originally known oc DARIJNGTON Word has been received ewton resident Ill Mr Charles Leas of Darlington David McCay lO bitten on the ear by a dog as he attempted to free the animal from a fence tjie head sent to Indianapolis for examination for rabies This is the one posi tive method of knowing that the diamond you get is all that the money you spend can rea sonably buy See this remarkable VALUE Compare it carefully and then decide who offers you most for your money Other gems ranging from $25 to $500 or more are likewise the same compara tive value AT John and family will visit Earlington Ky Halsema boilermaker helper has been transferred from the night to the day shift Alvin Elsea boilermaker helper has been assigned to the punch and shear job Raub Martin machinist was oil duty riday because of sickness Carl Speckhardt boilermaker has reported for duty after a few days la off Roy Erwin machinist helper was oft duty riday because of the illness of bis wife Henry Neiburger pipefitter help er is laying off because of the death of his father Isaac Nei burger Engine No 521 was turned out of the erecting shop riday after being Scott Pat engineers Supporting Cast Lewis Stone John Mack Brown Douglas airbanks Jr Willi He had taken Mrs Coen armory with other women of the fornia and a sister of lorida Mr Cronklilte innmher of tyirch and the Knights of Py thias lodgee conducted 1:30 from the family home Juria! In West Lebanon cemetery Other occupants of the Mrs Eston Jackson Mrs Wall and Miss Ethel all of Darlington home in Illness while it i great friends throughout Prof Siegfried disease trouble that was incurable Tobin all of La attending the ser were Edward Kiely Mrs Walter May A Teve A secrc promimiiee the viub Both In 1912 the Lahr which Mr and Jacob took Wil lie made local hospitals weeks hta OWLER James IL Baldwin 72 a brother of Thomas Baldwin of owler died Thursday at Shel don 111 after a long illness Sur viving are a brother be held Sheldon Kokomo will present a new There is also a new overhauled Allee engineer and fireman were sick riday Ronan and 1 and Oolcy Sabbath services will be held this evening at Temple Israel be ginning at 7:45 The subject of Rabbi Bernard ad dress will be "The Terrifying Visitors are welcome She was born in 28 1848 are two sons and a three sisters and two Mrs Clark of one of the slbters un down the first trick job of telegraphing at the yard office in the absence of Collins who is off duty for a much needed rest Master of Money! Slave of Love! and girls in attended this and the re Serve Your Self Shoe Store Henry Strantz Mgr Kurrie to Speak KurrieJ president of tlie Monon railroad will be the chief speaker Monday at a noon cheon merce the nursery Seven tri a baby wagon were to another part of the policies of the camp and enu Woodmen in Drive OWLER 'Ind May (Spe cial) The Modern Woodmen of America will close its Benton county class drive here Saturday night with an adoption of 45 members Maple Camp No 5563f Indianapolis one of the lead i ing teams of the state will ex i empllfy the degrees Every camp in Benton county lias united to make the event a notAble one GEORGE GAYLORD DIES AT AGE 84 Stephen Shindel Dies At Home in City Stephen A Shindel 77 years bld father of Shindel 813 Sotith Tenth street died riday morning at 4:30 at bis home where he had been visiting for the past seven weeks The elder Shindel was for many years em ployed by the Carnegie Steel com pany at arrell Pa and had been In poor health for several years He Is survived by his son and ohe daughter Mrz I Croskey of Akron jO His wife died eight years aero The body Is to be tak en to rankton Ind for feudal will be held hurls! Weston cemetery here7 vil of excellence under his rnan 'lit He was mi expert in i cvlvping choruses and tn eelect ng the right talent for the various olis in Purdue plays The Harle i inn Min Micinr ulssin rrom hIa home her lUIl ill dll 1H1SSII1JI isinco Wednesday afternoon Ona EBANON Ind May 23 (APl party dragged a creek In Extensive search of Lebanon and ithc belief that Waddle might bar surrounding rural district was made become ill and falleq into th tonight for trace of Edgar Waddle stream now swollen by rains CHKtjmn Mav "Machine Jack McGurn and tils blonde companion Louise Rolfe this afternoon made a return en sagemnt to the court of Judge rancis Borrelli which netted them xactly $6400 that amount being forfeited as bonds when the couple tailed to appear yesterday Attorneys for the couple explain ed they bad mislaid the files of office ana retail and wholesale tobacco busi ness conducted by Mr Stocker 22 HOTELS system operates hotels and three in the room Ceiling CHAIN The a chain of 22 cafeterias In a number of states some as far west as Bozeman Mont In October 1925 the com pany purchased the owler hotel and has since operated it the owler has re furnished and extensively is one of the state manager Mr Kienly has been retained the new owners as resident man ager of the Lahr and has already assumed his new duties He has been with the Lahr for 22 years taking employment when it was owned by Stocker Bros Mr Roberts has sent Tractor his manager to Lafayette to rate the Roberts system pitality and management for the hotel and cafeteria and to assist Mr Kienly or the present Mr Trainor will have direct charge and supervision of the Bohemia cafeteria and catering Improve ments in furnishings and in In terior arrangements and decora tions are planned from time to time to INDIANAPOLIS and Points Between (His daughter Miss Mary Coen ar rived home shortly after 5 o'clock Robert Lockridge and found her lifeless body life long resident of (lying face downward in the chick county died Thurs len house Coroner Wright home here saia aeatn eviaenuy naa peen in stantaneous Mr Codn was born in Newton township west of here May 27 1863 and was a lifelong resident of the county He belonged to the Christian church and was a member of the Odd lodge Prominent in contracting work in the county he was 'verseer of the erection of the Jasper county hos pital here several years ago The widow and three daughters Nirs Mark Hoy of north of here Mrs Orval Duff and Miss Mary Coen of this ers and William Cronkhite Dies at est Lebanon WEST LEBANON Ind May 24 William Cronkhite 70 pioneer local business man died Thursday night at 7 it his illness of the failing but was forced store work only two weeks ago Surviving are the an adop son Harvey Conner of Call Mrs Arms was a the Presbyterian east end of the hospital wing and the detonation was heard for sev eral blocks Nurses on duty rush ed to the assistance of the Misses Stockton and Price to remove the babies from infants hurried building and the six others were Ivindied up and taken away One of the babies was in an incubator Later examination revealed that none of them sustained even the slightest scratch LOOR IS The explosion connection and flooded before the gushln be shut off Hospital at members 3 fire here of the death of Leas 65 former local who died at St Joseph Ias was a cousin of DEPOT Union1 Bus Station Phone 2105 rno virnm runciai ncivivto "hi lfxs a glandular Sunday afternoon at 2:80 He hadiOCiocK rrom tne xamiiy iiuijjc Program eatures NBC WEA Cities Service concert 7'00 Story hour WL8 Chicago Selections from Merry 7:30 NBC i Io int NBC H'jZ Sehr ilRrtown NBC Victor Concert rnniinent mare Limee and Symphony nrr hewtra 1 A4 hours :0 Columbia Enna Jettick Molo chs terested Is invited Over 1000 boys northern Indiana camn last summer union Sunday is arranged to of fer them an opportunity to re turn for4 a day along with their parents and friends A program beginning at 2 4 1 1 tnnlnAa milCin ItV thf xJ Mill lliviuuv jiiMk'iv The as it cupies the site of the first 'hotel opened in Lafayette The founda tion of the original structure ac cording to data set forth in an old history of the city and county was laid by John Peterson and John McCormick in 1831 or 98 years ago The ground was after ward purchased by Henry Jennings who erected a building and oper ated a It was purchased in 1848 by John Lahr who for several years conducted the notel as the Gault this name having been by his predecessor James In 1 Rnlk trip name was to hotel and in 1861 Mr Lahr finished the present main building by which the number of rooms was increased to 100 In 1863 Mr Lahr leased the property to Robert Browning who in 1868 was succeeded by Baker and Weakly who continued pro prietorship until 1875 when Mr Baker retired and was succeeded by Pam pell the owners were and Christopher Mertz STOCKER BROTHERS loiter owners were Lahr and Van Orman The sale of the Lahr ends Mr long connection with the hostelry He came to the Ithr first in 1882 to live for a short time and after spending eight years in Colorado returned to Lafayette in 1890 Shortly aft erward he and two brother August and Edmund Stocker bought the interest of Mr Van Orman and then bought Mr interest after which the firm was known as Stocker Bros After many years of operation the brothers sold the hotel in 1907 to Slagle and Hillis Stocker organized Hotel company of Stocker Mr Kienly Dienhardt were members and nvpr the hotel I Ater Mr liams became vice president ana Mr Dlenhardt's interests taken over by his Kienly came when Stocker and has been uously since TO MAKE The present transfer the rurnisnings good will Mr manager through his long service in the Lahr is acquainted with great numbers of traveling men and others who for years have patronized the hotel The estab lishment has always been fiopular with commercial men and has enjoyed a liberal patronage from this source ine new owners cording to Messrs Deglman Trainor win continue to the hotel along its past lines install the Roberts system and make improvements in wherever it is found possible It has been generally known in the city for some time that ne gotiations for the sale were in progress but final papers really closing the deal were not signed until riday morning i rvl sought in vain for relief 'nakjns trips to Johns Hopkins and other institutions of medical leani ng In Hie hope ofStaying therogress of the disease Igist Jan uary lie was compelled to give up his work at Purdue and return Io Liu A1 1 1 1 1 IlMillO L4J X'l I lt I I ievet al trips to but for the oast two condition hnd been critical Born in Cambria Clinton county August 21 1895 he was son of Mr and Mrs David Siegfried his father being a stone mason son was 12 years old when lamflv moved to Mulberry was graduated from Mulberry high school and then went to Valpar aiso university for two years lie taught in tiie grade school at I'tiiniiria and Ilion entered Indiana university where he received an A degree In 1917 or two years thereafter lie taught English ill inf 1 i ill kU3n it tv mu nd tux from nciiuul In TALENTED COACH lie van tlrst an uHsistantui instructor and later was with the students in his classes lie inaue many friends and was also prominent in faculty affairs His ibility ns a dramatic coach began assert itself' while he was teach in high school been at Purdue talent as known and he niportant part in lim of the Chamber of Com at Michigan City could tendants with central and under ire Chief and Assistant Carl Bauer i moos shovels and dust i nrtf I tz 1 1 1 1 1 T5 vv a tel 1 kr vz Ui i I much had leaked Into the sun nJ betore nnrlnr orvI tnn vrtnma nn RAP a couch began to play an COLD TANK EXPLODES iinversity theat Tho sterilization and wash room combined on the third floor is lo cated on the north side of the is at the east end and sep case in changin failed to notify McGurn he wanted in court was set aside Davis and Manis firemen 1 were all marked off duty friaay is off fituv for a lew aays vacation Brakeman Allgood has resumed work after a few rest Brakeman A rier has mark ed tip on the south end extra board Robinson brakeman been granted a vacation Wilcoxson brakeman resumed work after attending funeral of a relative Kesterson brakeman'' oil the preferred runs is off duty for a few rest Orvie switchman was off duty Thursday night rier brakeman the off duty list Brakeman Schrader djjty1 because of sickness Claar is bolding camp committee will hold a metet ing during the day Visitors are urged to bring bas ket dinners and enjoy the day in the attractive surroundings The water system will be in opera tion and the gravel road to camp oniis in good condition Everyone in ERIE PRESIDENT TO HEAD a sweeping re arrangemem or wi were Ala i nncttc in tlw nf Va I Siuprlncrpn rnilpnadu Lv fho Mr assistant general inaugu of bos Lafayette Securities Co MAYERSTEIN Pre Suite 413 Lafayette Life Bldg Phone 2380 INVESTMENT BONDS court Thursday afternoon other charge of intoxication defendant also pleaded guilty and was assessed $10 and costs amounting to $40 A third charge of reckless driving was dropped Wayt 'was arrested Wednesday evening south of the city by Goldsberry motorcycle patrol 1 for reckless driving and two four were LORA lora will honor Its war dead with memorial services homa at the Community building here Sunday Sunday night The Rev Dillman who Is soon to leave here i for Jeffersonville will give the ad dress Memorial day will be fit tingly observed in Maple Ixtwn cemetery here Thursday morning when graves of dead soldiers will be decorated The Chapin will speak Nayncy Carrol Paul Lucas baugh state A' has I the Tippecanoe river west of Del iphi by th Indiana A has 'formally opening the season The the ojclock will Include music oy tne winkfnH hiffh school band civinz XT A rrs HlSOlUJbiM 1 UJLAU nimuw kniih fnfn MAUAI A The service will I RENSSELAEJm Ind May 1 tary will outline development and i' I av if Lna rf I tc Wi'lhlir 1 Atirivi (niittLidl OH lunvu nun nuai case corn jasper county morale recent improvements A lr I UVlIllrtLlVi uivppvti ktCCVVi III chicken house at his home here yesterday afternoon He had been tne Dies in Illinois Mrs Mary Margaret Hashbar ger 80 widow of William Hash barger a native of Clinton county and a sister of Mrs Smock of Lafayette died Wednesday night at Hoopeston III at the home of her daughter Mrs ree man Hoskins ClintoA county August Surviving daughter brothers Colfax eral services and burial took place riday afternoon at Hoopeston To Open Sunday A reunion will be held Sunday at Camp Tecumseh maintained on Strange Case Of Capt Also ire Detective No George Gaylord 84 pioneer Tippecanoe county resident died Wednesday night at 10:80 at his home on Lafayette Rural Route 10 on the Lyman gravel lYath was riuft to cancer Born at Toledo June 21 1844( (Continued from page one) Mr Gaylord was a son or boiomon and Eliza came to Tippecanoe county and lived tor where he occupation of a rarriage maker On January 23 1879 Mr Gay lord was marrijd tef Miss Julia i Shaw who survives The cere Imony took place in Wabash town lay afternoon at 3 at his ship near the present family home Mr Clavlord was a member of the Bowers Brothers Electric Co 614 Main St SIEGRIED RITES SET OR SUNDAY Arrangements for the funeral of Itiissell Scigfricd pro c(cssor and dramatic director wereannoimccd riday The funeral will he held Sunday afternoon at 2:30 at the family homein Mulberry Rev Bigler pastor of the Mulberry ebjirch officiating burial in air Haven ccmetciy bearers: Norman Southwortl'A Edward 1 Miller Robert Kempqr Ion Beemer i Governor President I I Prof niirhtx of ty devices did not operate to re Acacia fraternity 'lease the pressure thus preventing In XncrilMt an epiuaiuil Alicne of I The tank was lifted off its base Jndsun The widow one auu ni4 CLrrfrlol leH IO U1G HOUT UUrCiy UVLiLU IlumaS Da id eg inn Klour nnt til wall to the west and threw plaster and tile across the delivery room which was fitted only a month ago: OXORD Hubert Durra 22 orroafpd nn a chare nf ra no and a preliminary hearing was set suffering a Al lor i iuay ci 11 i inirra nt iihrtv working The charge was preferred by Car Christian church on the high school Condon 15 ycar old Oxford aiumni uuu nau reiunieu numt Sroom that the greatest havoc was IN NURSERY ROOMS Despite the great force indicated it is felt only the one tank In the sterilization room will have to be replaced although asbestos lining was torn off two sterilization tanks In the west delivery room only a pan was bent In the east delivery room windows were blown out but clock on the wall next to the sterilization room kept on' running All windows were blown out in the nursery and its bath room and several broken nursery isolation plastering in the hall separating delivery and niirsery rooms was caused to bulge and kept from falling only dows were wavs The tank only about inches in diameter cleaning up was started under the direction of Mrs Lake hos pital superintendent and George Will la inx Wolfe hospital field sec retary with several hospital di rectors were 'quickly on the scene Within several hours A Kcm mcr contractor had workmen on the scene and he promises to have all vestige of the explosion re moved by the first of the week ROUTINE GOES ON The routine of the hospital was not interrupted Nprses showed remarkable composure going about the task of removing babies linent and attending other patients with unconcern steadiness The riiilco Theatre maternity department has been 'transferred to another nart of the building until the damage has been repaired and other sterilizers were available for use Insurance is carried on the damaged property The incident quickly attracted many people and reports were soon current that many had been it iTTi irn CT'rp A RUici i nOUgniB iiirneQ jrnmeQi rOKblSLL ti 1 AolUxS lately to the recent disaster to the 03 (I Cleveland clinic and its neavy ESCAPE Hospital attaches find It hard to understand how the baby who was being bathed in a room off the nursery escaped injury The child had been placed on a pad under a window nearly even with the bot tom ledge where the nurse pro ceeded to bathe It This window seemed to be the only one from which glass fell than outward fell about the were no cuts wash clothes mjute evidence that the nurse left in a hurry with the baby The the took one was This rounding the explosion A delivery was completed In the west delivery room worst hit by the explosion ridav morning at 3 o'clock or about four and one half hours before the blast Any one in this room or In the sterili zation room at the time of the ex nlosion would certainly have either seriously injured or killed BY COMMRKON f' 5 BUSES DAILY BOTH WAYS ast Convenient Safe JSwerlngen railroads by tho chief of which Bernet president of the Erie system will become head of the Chesapeake Ohio system and operating executive in the fu ture of perhaps an even more ex tensive railroad combination were described' Thursday in a set of ap plications filed witli tlie interstatecommerce commission at Washing ton By tlie other applications O' 1 VanSweringen and several associates in his railroad opera tions sought authority to becomedirectors of tlie ere Marquette system in addition to retaining posts they now hold in other car rier corporations UH III I utn and Little Theater organiza The tank had not been used since both regarded him as a Thursday morning at 10 master instructor I when it was turned off according While he was at Indiana uni to nurses it is hard to under ersity lie went to train 1 stand for this reason how excess ii camp for service in tlie World I pressure was developed and sec war lie belonged to tlie Ma londly why air and pressure safe i i i txr ovi'Pfl r1 in At nnprn TA onic ti atrrnity me i and tlie at rurilue he married North on her and mother and two sisters survive The parents live at Mul berry Tlie sisters are: Mrs Harry i rr 1 1ri 1 1 1 1 1 iLussviHC anu iui ward Kramines Mulberry His i brother was killed at the front in tlie World war Parlon Obsequies uneral services for Mrs James Parlon were conducted Thursday from St Catholic church The Rev John A McCarthy pas tor officiated: burial in St cemetery The pallbearers were Edward Kiely Lima James Parlon New Richrnond Alexan der Drees Joseph Hubler Patrick Maqk and John xiivoo aiLViiumQ luvices from out of the city Mr ana Airs Lima and Baker and Miss Chicago GEORGE BANCROT In this marvelous characterization of an American money monarch on Wall Street Mtflbcrry luirial The active pall Booher George Klnzcl Bill iqr and Gor Honorffry pallbear Harry Leslie Edward Elliott of iy Southworth Dr Creek Dean 1' Moore Richard Cordell Dr nr Liddell Dean isher Dean Carolyn Shoe Reisner Lester Ruch layman Russell Greenwood Bruce Bowen ulberry The news bad been shock at the the local community the victim daoilr l'llV0l4 lllli tllP All 4 1 LI VdOl X1 1 rile wmen tnougni mm arates two delivery rooms In this Later lie roorri were a cold and hot sterile direction of the Harle water tank providing sterile wat I 1 1 I I A Lil I'l Illi (11111(11 11111 I 1 1 1 I 1 directed reached a high their hands and two sterilization tanks together witn a wash basin It was the cold sterile water tank which exploded What caused the blast has not been determined the Talk of the Town IB Revealing love that knew no bounds iery laming ascinating! i I i i i I 4 2 VI It i i VY 9 vCA 3 erry St YELLOW AY Minem VWtMlf IHIIilJl 1 i A T54 "tri xwri I wtro GoiaiAjii Maije i 'Aiegk i a ar rURv SC ggMEMrn 1 to Aj KtA 'M JL vx nil 1 WlflMBUl A W'd JWT EK es niur irrr li bj? i It I dOT ItlHw SIORta BBSs I I.

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