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elotedC to the 'pbullding of the West Side of the River. "A very live and creditable weekly newspaper." -MANFi. ATt IIIERS' REC(ORI). Vol. XXIX ALGIERS, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1921. No. 28 Attorney Says Council Can Appoint Legal Ferry Commission er ('iaizenl Have Final ('on fewrnc'e With ( olUkJmi.*oner Mlurph) and Attorney Kittrilge. One of the n:;- in!teretine meot- t Ings the Algi-rý F 'I, ' 't nittee h:: ever attend. 1. irin. tnis mor, than a yoar' w.c'-rk w\ith now ferry Cystetl s h'ald on .\h,- day evenin' at h' ci: t lyall in th office of ('omms:u,,n,.r Murphy. Th- City was rC'i r*' -' . 1 ' y Ci ty \Attor ney Kittr dg,'. anI the Algi"rs dele gation by Attor:' v- Arthur .Mc'Guirk. Th. followine a l't:utd the ctlOm mittee from A.l-i_ "t: Julius Hoden- I ger, Frank C. D)udvi. John H. Norman. I peter S. Lawt, n amti [r. C. V. Kraft. I During th' !:-, t--i n. of the vari- I ous phases of th11' Canal and Third ' District Ferries. cotmmissioner Mur phy went on re-,,! as favoring nec essary and inlPr't !nt chances in the ferry syste~ns. i ,t:tted that the ferries belontcd. to a certain extent. to the citizon~ ,- .\lgiers. and that the time has co(tl for a bic change 1 in the system. 1"' also stated that he was ready I uneO his ,effrts in of- 1 flee to help the .\l1gi-rs people in got ting this improvement. Attorney Arthur M, Guirk pointd i out that the ('.tnal Streot or other "ferries were mr.I-y ;n extlttsion of the streets of t:w ci!ty of New Or-. leans, and that the citizens were within their riuhts when they asked tor the impron enlolts commensurate. with the pre-'"nt growth of th- west :ide of the riae r. tIe, stated that the Algiers pe:;ple could ask the city ouencil to name a commission to take -per these ferri-- to b.- operated for the benefit of the people, who ask no more from th.' council than was clone when the Belt Railroad was estab lshed. Mr. McGuirk pointed out that the belt railroad came into existence by' Ordinance No. 2653. It was created without legislative act, and the banks: of the City of New Orleans loaned this commission, which was created a Sby the city council, more than I $300,000. and at that time the Belt Railroad had nothing to pledge the b banks as security except the moral valuation. Mr. McGuirk went on to 1 state further that if the banks of the city could loan the belt railroad, I which was created by councilmanic act, $300.000 without any physical i property as security, there was no I doubt in hIs mind but that the banks I could loan the City of New Orleans, I from $150,000 to $2,01,000 necessary 1 to buy the present physical property' of the Canal anti Third District Fer ries, and receive in security for this small loan the boats, pontoons, whar- I ves, and the pledge of the net reve sees which woull liquidate this debt St less than three years. Mr. McGuirk also pointed out that Ih the creation of the belt railroad t no constitutional authority was asked. i Mr. McGuirk says that these things] had happened and that the belt rail-' road is such a success he cannot see why the City of New Orleans cannot accept the suggestion of the Algiersc dtisens and take over these ferries which would pay a profit to the city!1 of more than $3(il a day. "Where there is a will, there is a way," said Mr. McGuirk to the com 'ittee. :s'....-r. cGuirk was finally asked by. the Algers delegation whether or not its City of New Orleans could legally borrow the money from the bank thaogh a commission appointed by the council to operate the ferries, to lheh Mr. McGuirk answered that it I "eld be done legally. MR. KITTREDGE NOT EVEN LUKE 4WARM. :1 City Attorney Ivy Kittredge also id ans opinion as to whether or not I I City of New Orleans could take *mr the ferries. It was Mr. Kit ._~lte's opinion that it could be done Swriting the amount In the budget that bonds could not be issued I Uthe -iurpose of obtaining the . He stated that the city would to Ind thl money in the treas for that purpose. lMr. Murphy was asked whether or I -It woeld write this amount in the I -hbt to which he replied he would 1 'Mr. Kttredge did not receive Mr. 1 Meirk' suggestion very cordially. I Sbet the Algiers people may con- 1 IlIr thit the City Attorney II abso II oeed to our plan for the thait bi opinion is that only by I Sthe amount in the budget the ehy take over the ferries.( V O TIHE FOUR BANKS IN ALGITERS. I Aliers ferry committee hbs a IIIy aiwn up a resolution which 1 Iill present to the banks, asking i tc h of them put up their prop- 4 to msanee the city in taking a the Irries, which will mean - h the future of this side of NI S itlon of the tfrry cotp tIit. follows was reed,to 'Murphy, who agreedt l- i eld accept these couditiona 1 . a 1aks were ready to do their I e remolution follows: it appears that the people 1 Spract caly weutamu datre to have the City of a 4)r o!er ua oerrae I 'lren ao uA er-that i fet frry sad theo li S. P. WILL BUILD $160,000 LEVEE President Frank C. Hymel ('oen. plimented For Action in .Mtt cr. The matter of the Orleans Levee Board constructing an adequate Pro tection Levee across the property ,c cupied by the Southern Pacific Rail road from Verret street, at the upper limits of the United States Naval Sta tion. was tentatively settled at a con ftrence in the levee hoard's office ,n Monday evening, at which were pris- 1 ent, Chief Engineer it. M. Lull of louston,. Texas, Mr. P. lf Torian. terminral sulperintend-nt ;and \Mr. John McGraw, special agent of the S P. IR. R. Con ferences bet'a een the l.rvere Board and the Railroad oft ii:tls have been frequent within the past three montlhs. The plan of the Levee lioard. as roconnmmended by the HIeal d if State E:ngineers. called for the construction of an all earth leveo. which woiuld cost al )-oximately .-2.1u, '+ bnt which would cause. cer tain inconvenienc(.es to the operatioin of the raillroad. The railroad officials threatened to contest the right of the Levee Board to build such a levee, on account of certain inconveniences which would result therefrom, and in lieu thereof proposed the building o, a certain - _yle of structure to suit the conven ieL.ce of the railroad company, which would cost approximately $15T,.- ,.o. The Levee Board took the position that they could not, and would not,. consent to the expenditure of $1;'i,. 000.0(0 of public funds for the benefit of the Southern Pacific Railroad, or any other private corporation. The situation boeame very tense. and after the disposition of the Levee Board being definitely fixed, the rail road company asked for a deferment of the advertisement until such time as they could prepare a counter pro- f posal to submit to the Levee Board for their approval. At the meeting on Monday after noon. the railroad officials above mentioned, proposed a certain modi- ' fied form of construction which c would cause the least inconvenience to their operation, and at the same time afford the protection sought, and of fered to construct the same at their I own expense, provided the Levee Boar4 would appropriate $25,000.00, which was the approximated cost of their proposed levee, and the railroad company stand the balance of the ex peses, approximately $160,000.00. r This offer has not been definitely ac cepted, and will be presented to the Levee Board in formal shape at its meeting to be held on Wednesday night, the 16th instant, at 8 o'clock p. m., at which time it is expected the same will be accepted. The results thus obtained in be half of the taxpayers equivalent to the saving of $160,000.00, is due large ly to the efforts of President Frank C C. Hymel of the Orleans Levee Dis- a trict, who has continuously fought e for the construction of a levee across the Southern Pacific front, since his t previous tenure of office from 1912 to I 1916. t It is anticipated that the formal I proposition from the Southern Pacific 5 Railroad Company will be accepted at t Wednesday night's meeting, and if t such be the case, Algiers will benefit I materially by reason of the fact of being properly protected in a section l where the town has been subject to disastrous consequences from time immemorial, and from which previous efforts for rellef have proven to be .-Of no avail. VALLERY BARRAS' WIITE LEGHORN WINNERi AT POU'LTRY HO1W. At the poultry show at the Jeffer- i son Fair last week. .Mir. Val F. Barras I of our town won special honors forl his exhibit of white leghorns chick- a ens. .1r. Bareas received for the ol lowing: cock, third, fourth; hen, it first, second, third, fifth; cockerel, I third, fifth; pullet, second; pen third. He also received special first prizse I for the five best females and third . prise for the best display in the show. * t that the Commission Council would c be willing to take over the ferry sys tem as requested by citizens of Al- i giers, but is without funds to do so 1 and without authority to issue bonds I for that purpose; nevertheless, should I any bank or banks of New Orleans ] be willing to advance the necessary funds up to the sum of Two Hundred and Fifty Thousand Dollars ($250,000) or as much thereof as may be neces sary for the purpose of paying for ferry boats, pontoons, approaches, houses and etc., and the Commission Council is willing to pledge as secur ity therefor all the properties pur chased, boats, approaches, houses, and etc., as well as the revenues of the system to be operated on the ex isting tariff, which is not to be low ered, until the said bank or banks shahll be repaiLd, except with its or their consent. Upon the further an- ' derstanding that the revenues of the I system shall be daily deposited with the bank or banks designated to re- I ceive same, and the city is to insure I the boats and other property. In 1 fact, this document is merely in- : tended to be tentative., ad pOpI[ aSreement shall be drawn to tmll with approval with the bnknlg am burities and tyeir attolys. , The ntual management of the system to l be in the hands of a aommilton ofl Algiers citizens appuiated by the eeme and apgroveds by the bunk( = bu -"e -ag -[ ALGIERS KIDDIES OBSERVE ARMISTICE DAY Th .\rnlisticr. Day f'l ratiol io n 'hich :1(more h1111 2., , .I h, l 1 1 - a,,1 _ '..- m \]-:, ly Se 'lt with tl e drum1 is W. lh nlim , of T'oup 2, . iwh Ill-, . Th, "thr, i.t i Sand >ainting are,. L ui lBreach, llDon Stephens in and Frankit llla kin , thre. :Ittl ) ie ' , , ' SCHOOL CHILDREN HONOR UNKNOWN Philip Foto (Gives IUse. Of The Folly) . TO Theatre For Exercises. •~·s ..1 mmmO r'iiIllI SCHOOL CHILDREN HONOR UNKNOWN! Philip Foto Gives I se Of The Folly Theatre For Exercises. Success of future freedom from wars lies with the school children of the present day. Rear Admiral H. F. Bryan, commander of the Eighth Naval District, told an Armistice Day meeting of school children of Algiers Priday morning. "Present statesmen may decide g present questions," Admiral Bryan - said, "but the coming generation must decide whether or not there C shall be future wars." b Fifteen hundred children of Belle ville, McDonogh No. 5, Adolph ci Meyer. Lawton and McDonogh No. 4 T1 Schools were present at the Folly V Theater to observe the anniversay of a the ending of hostilities between the a Allies and central powers three years S ago, and proved themselves patriots h of the first order, if their enthusiasm and zeal in carrying out the patriotic exercises may be accepted as proof. h Admiral Bryan paid touching trib- s ute to the unknown soldier buried Friday in Arlington National Ceme tery. tie spoke modestly of his part in carrying 75,000 of the 2.000,00o soldiers to France and expressed the belief that the enthusiasm among. the American soldiers played a big1 part in winning the war. t, Lieutenant Colonel Rush R. Wal- it lace of the Marine Corps was also ¶ a speaker at the school children's } meeting. He made a short address, a reciting incidents of bravery among soldiers of the European Allies as well as among American troops. He expressed the wish that the country might never have another war. Taps were blown by a Boy Scout at the meeting for the unknown sol- a dier. Scouts also held flags at half s mast in honor of the unknown hero it during the talks of Admiral Bryan p and Lieutenant Colonel Wallace, and a during the two-minute silent tribute p to those who died for world free- fl dom. Nicholas Bauer, secretary of the!' School Board, addressed the children B on the meaning of the national flag b and presented a moving picture de tailing the history and events of the country it represented. The program which was arranged by Miss Alice M. Harte of the Belle ville School, Miss M. A. Poncet Mc Donogh No. 4; Miss Mamle Vaughan, Meyer, and Miss Dietch, principal of McDonogh No. 6, began with k song. "The Heavens Resound," and was as follows: "Our Flag," Secretary Bauer; "The Pledge to the Flag," led by Boy and Girl Scouts; song; "Star Spangled Banner;" address by Lieutenant Col onel Wallace; song, "Lead Kindly Light;" "The Unknown Soldier," ad dress by Admiral Bryan; song, "Nearer My God to Thee;" two-min ute silent tribute to dead. Mrs. Warren Salles, the talented daughter of Mr. Foto, rendered sev eral beautiful selections on the organ which added materially to the im pressiveness of the occasion. Our people should realize what it means to our community that we have such a magtifielent theatre here and that the proprietor of this up-to-date house is so generous as to donate its use for occasions like this. No other district is enasbled to have all the schooeel ehildren gathered euder one reet and in such an up to-date, hse .ot, ad comfoeterable buildniJM. Peteo sad his asistants desrv, 8art aeit ta the usst" elm neY give anmu ike thsis JEFFERSON GRAND JURY INDICTS TWO A partial report was made by the grand jury of Jefferson Parish at Monday's session of the District Court at Gretna. Two indictments were returned thile in four other cases the jury reported "not a true bill." Joe Quartano of Algiors was in dicted on the charge of robbing the Texas and Pacific shops in McDon oghville of three typewriters and an adding machine in April. Quartano also is under a charge of robbing Samuel Brothers' store in Gretna and his trial on both charges was set for November 25. Steve Quartano, Joe's brother, was indicted on a charge of having stolen goods in his posses sion. STEAMBOAT DRIFTED INTO FERRY DURING BLOW. During the height of the blow Sunday evening the steamboat Houma broke from her moorings near the head of Canal street and drifted into the ferry boat A. M. Halliday. The fire tug Samson rescued the Houma before either boat was dam aged much. She was tied up to the wharf. FOLLY THEATRE. Dempsey.Carpentier In Algiers. Mr. Phil Foto announces that within a very,snort utHe tue zvemp sey-Carpentier fight will be shown in this theatre at greatly reduced prices. the prices being 17 cents and 28 cents. This will give an op portunity to the many of our local fight fans to see the picture which has been so much talked of, and which was classed to be the most scientific boxing contest ever held before the biggest crowd ever known. TOWN PESTS - The Dawgone Booster gets up Aw* tl Early and Hollers HI Head O and wans aOU the N.41h after whlch 'be Go Over sai eats the Green Spremat ea thelf Gardes, ar ter which he Kics -the res at the PlasW eat oat the olod wai hib streu Measlar Iet, aftr whic the ubmraea memthtales Awitt ENGINEER KILLED IN SAVING TRAIN Sticking to his post and applying Sthe brakes to save the lives of pas sengers, Engineer Walter \Viedman of McDonoghville was killed in the 1 performance of his- duty when a Texas and Pacific Train he was driv ing crashed into a switch engine near Plaquemine, La. V A. C. Boudreaux, fireman, was~ thrown out of the window of the engine cab into a cano field and war t not injured. One one passenger, a," negro in the day coach, was injur- C ed. The Texas and Pacific train with it Engineer Wiedman in the locomo tive, left New Orleans at 11:30I o'clock Wednesday morning, bound 1 for Fort Worth, Tex. As the train a neared Plaquemine, a switch engine of the St. Levert Brothers' St. l)el phine plantation, in charge of Engi- 3 neer Charles Acosta. was running~ back into a field for a load of cane. Acosto said he forgot ahbout the passenger train being due. As the switch engine was crossing the T. and P. main line it was struck and demolished. Engineer Asocta leap ed to safety. While realizing that a crash could not be averted. Engineer Wiedman stuck to his cab, closed the throttle and threw on the air brakes. The engine and baggage car were over turned, and Mr. Wiedmai's bibdy was pinned under the wreckage. His body was recovered by a wrecking J crew which cleared the tracks in two hours. He was a member of Columbus Lodge of Odd Fellows and of the Brotherhood of Locomotive Engi neers. t ORLEANS IS FREED ! OF ('CURRENT DEBT [ TO FISCAL AGENTS. I The balance of the 1921 current ! debt of the city, amounting to I $541,000, was pai~ Thursday by Commissioner Murphy, freeing the city for the first time in many years. The city does not owe the fiscal agents, and has sufficient cash to meet immediate expenses. Since taking office less than a l year ago, Commissioner Murphy has paid the 1919, 1920 and 1921 cur rent Indebtedness which had been i left over by the former administra- ( tion. The total indebtedness for the 3 three years was approximately 3 $2,000,000. BAZAAR AT THE BLAKEMAN HOME. Tomorrow (Friday) night, at the home of Mrs. Blakeman, 608 Belle ville street, there will be a baazar t for the benefit of the Methodist , SChurch. The funds derived from this benefit will be used to buy furnish. e ings for the new church. There will be on sale a, lot of pret- I ty gifts that can be used for Christ- t mas and for birthday gifts. There will be fancy work of all kinds, also r plenty aprons, guest towels and the I like. The public in general is invited. Go to the baazar and you will be I able to purchase a pretty hand made 1 SXIsas present at a reasonable price, I Sand by doing so, you will also help a i most weshy a-se. Weddings of New Orleans Folks F:-,rT 4I111: ('Ol I'I'iFN \lHO Fll . TI'I::lº1 Till; S. IT'E OF .IAT. ilit.o)N i)l ING( WEEK. 1 S 0T II i -,l M 'R. 11 :E111;, I' : , ; 1., .. R " , ,: ; 1 S : il T T :" i . - -' ,l ;. " I .· 3, vif r< " , , • i.: , ,, 1 r'.1,, 1., .. \ i,. ,i , ' 1:l I. h i. i.. . ... 1,, '1 :. . "i s - Im ,,'n t , i . I t. i ,, , ,o 1 l l , .1 br "d n .nu i. ' ' .- ti 1, 1 li, .<,,',nr:1ti 'n -h . .. . l 1 1 " :l .i , .1 11" I0; f i- t I 'i:. I t " ir "'. 1i 1. ar II . V I (.. Sn' a1 n. ' i: n '.l inin , it+ : l . aI.. . , "hI N. 1 . .",s distrwst : l"r. It . :l 1, r I , ' s to \ l rr ville:i . 1. Ir I . IIt,, , -' hTI -: ,l t-l LII i:' V< ,1, to mit ; I.tI ,I "I . .i .... . S , l i'to (l'I s 1I In--ton Lircait: It, 1. X. .I. G."arhul" . t la nestor iill , and "v .1 . 1). I., h r- ir.to'. orlt n ;o.,ltl . I Th,.l ! S tlv. Ih r II. e i.n w,:l. .j , 'l ,l lri Tislin, chh r of thi ShrA. . ort iii - )l h+l [ 1i ti v ,i illo ail ] . [ i f i: : r ' It, ,IT 'q. t : , ,IhI .nit iv l. i : I tri.t and It,'. K. W. io.son., prsi tIl t. It . I. 1 S. .lhns r, nii:is as T Ichaplain (iof thl Stat. l'. nitent.iar t and lev.. P. .aughn. challain U. SS. Army. THANKS TO OURt I NEW, SUBSl IIBERIS. r In the National Campaign of the, weekly newspapers f r new sulb scribers. known as the "Sub-cribe t Your Home Paper week. We dleir' to sincerely thanlk our nTw ... I b scribers who he'lped Tl io ni tlk, hi. campaign a success. The following is a list of olr now hsubscriber. d, r ing this campaign: HOME I'AI'PERll WEE IST. JMrs. ('has. Cieutat . .71' tlllivill. I 1lrs. J. Lucas .......... 13 T'h .Mrs. E. Voegtlin .... i60, heli.'ill,i. Ie)lla Lewis .......... ;16I T'ech'. 'Mrs. G. Hinchey' .... 519 IWlievill. Mrs. G. Quartno...... 1418 Techo. Mrs. H. . J. Reid....435 llrmunda. Mrs. A. SC ot ....... 7. ", I 11vll.. r. Mrs. M. Barnes.........14:,s T .li hie .Mrs. J. Schmitt...... 611 ileEloville. Mrs. R. H. . H. ken....144 Teche. M rs. A. E. Langford..61:1 tellevillie Mrs John Payne........ 4.. 3 Diana. Mrs. W. J. Smith. ..413 Helyl,'ville. Mrs. B. 'Mills...... :13 Bermuda .Mrs. J. Bruney .... 42, BIlieville. L. Taylor...........1626 Tech. SMr. M. H1. Daigle....531 lIelevilli. -Rose Davis...........1127 Verrel. Mrs. J. Fernandez. . . 523 Itelleville. .1Mrs. F. Lopez........1314 Tech". SMrs. Ed Smith..... 333 Bermuda n R. E. Roper........506 Ulleville. S. Sun seri ...... ........ do i ana. S W. F aox .............. 72 lrooklyn. e Mrs. J. Kirkpatrick..So, Belloville. IMrs. J. McGeeo ........1t31 Nunez. Mr. D. L. O'Neill. . . .510 Itelleville. Mrs. L. Glancey......1027 Nunez. Mrs. L. Reimuth ... 523 Ballleville. M1rs. G. E. Walters....1426 Teche.. I. Mrs. J. Matulich....42'2 Believtllo Mrs. W. A. Crombie. . .. 228 Olivier. it Mrs. J. O'Brien ..... 15 ollevile. o Mrs. Jos. Iabella........ lon Tech. y Mrs A. Gallagher. ..... 713 Pelican. e Mrs. A. J. Wilson .. 731 Btelleville. . Mrs. H. Pujol . .......423 Flleville. LI Mrs. J. Penski ..... 329 Belleville o Mrs. Ed. Cambell. . .307 LeBeut. Mrs. J. R. Dwyer......1504 Teche. a Henrietta Matthews .... 1607 Teche. a Mrs. H .H. Ward .... .339 BJllovllle Mrs. J. Ridge.........1320 Techo n Mrs M Glancey....435 Helievillo. c- O. V. Turner........1027 Verret. Mrs. W. A. Flanagan.1543 Patterson e Mrs. T. O. PhillIps... 1029 Nunez. y Mrs. C. J. D. Gerrets.427 Bermuda. MARINES TO GUARD ORIJEAN TRAINS IN WAR ON BANDITS. Marines at the Algiers Naval Rta r tion are expecting orders daily to I mount guard on trains out of New 1 , Orleans as a part of Postmaster Gen g. eral Hays' war on bandits, an- I nounced after the bald-up on the Il linois Central New Orleans Limited t. train at Paxton, Ill. e A detachment of twenty-five ma o rines from the Algiers Barracks left e Thursday morning for Dallas. Tex., for assignment to train guard duty. I. About seventy-five marines are e left at the Algiers Barracks and it is e believed Ingructions will be sent I. from Washlqg.t la a day or two a for mIet of th to go on trati duty on Uss e.o-.t Nw Orle-as. Personal Mention And General News , I FltT i-M., I ':IXC iENING " - i l. K ll ..... . ; . ... . v: . :. Jla ' ': .. I i t n ,' - tlll I:" .t l i i' 'IJ .r! I'. :iri. , I'.' iiri l od S h " I : t'i, i- t . 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" ; , b ' sarged with h irig drunk and l' istur in trhe tpeace. IrhIein other lttsve hi~ nver as K. vOrtily c niclten Ie ,'.11" l' . • Mtt iha sl !tart- it ( '- '. Ii'l an ave. Th.- in l- f thilt.' thir, than rou lnot "' " l"l rn" , .s h "h the.Jllie"s and - IiJwrecist r lfuv tat trail i'- i a sheltatert .r tel liu th. l lh-siy ' of ti r i2 l -d. ETHEL avetiEY AGAIN A WINNtR noting daughter of h.t\. and Mrs. J. again come ti t tlltr tront as it writer. in the itemrill 'co s Why Girls Leave omne" ' is Pot-ty - n one of thew prizes and hier letter was very fa l in writin up t he drnitest last Sunday the IMre ft it huo news: Si cpe h ianll. ahc ra rt liv t is thou tter whichs tingss Ethel ,ry of i721 Pa in Ted: WItm'a Whty nd Girls iLave Homenc"nt . .. ii lPioe was the the pinoolr ar throlis sal the' lemserableric tngrls. tare poor . one aned sen believe thain near r ert s , t rlliche nodl or fthtl itll ieni:s Ftria lh s.ytho * l brih Sh erientaerle n d a sed rogssd i -the -Afr enamentrs of leilteisecner l t ini thei t enta a ltst (is wrt ito. lai the forrl oa ing ryu oclyt the tre conteans natv t sati on uany tr which weoul tur tit backto t1nean the gov linm ent -if nd id . a n tche M 3rd o, fr ofth ibe tae DelTado Trade c\ o rwil foreamalle tbe fopen f the publi. Tese w Setonaofwmanl of ithe lpat pTentes mithtIer mecnaly ahnits aer espenitl le the entlo attnd tho pening et Brming your boys wthr ougit the t tre temlating t oaki r thup e Th.e Ng. ral chour loal assessor b sgandtonday oha thore fart i mdns Tit gtro makeahsises asetre repollsor y IgJ. Blad . The tour will foasyme tw@ medtos.