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for mind to Judge in seemed he evidently it was to he would it was to which names, and firm. have been what emanated office, Excellency with the do not inevitable Had he few would animosity, the man beauty have been law is as some refinement and One. birds at 16 yards. Trophies will be awarded in each class. Three champions will be named. C. G. Wchr, President of the But ANSWER FILED My Hamilton Man To Suit For $1,000 Brought By Attorney For Serviec To Wife. anteiAi, dispatch to thu kxijiirkr. Hamilton, Ohio, October 9 G. F. Ahlbrandt, Hamilton, filed an answer in Common Pleas Court today to the $1,000 suit brought by W. Donald Hall, Cincinnati attorney, contending that he provided money for the care of his wife, Jeanette, in a Cincinnati hospital without Hall's advice. Hall contends that he should receive $1,000 for service he performed for Mrs. Ahlbrandt. He asserts he was instrumental in obtaining money for the support of Mrs. Ahlbrandt while she was ir. the hospital.

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  1. The Cincinnati Enquirer,
  2. 10 Oct 1937, Sun,
  3. Page 38

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