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INTENTIQNMI i s e cond e x p o s u r e 41 The Associated Press C o v e rijig W o r ld’s E v e n ts in E v e r y Issue of T H E G A Z E T T E <■> aMte The Weather KepoH: F a i r tonigiit an d - T h tfrsday, G o o ier. tonight. The Most Widely Read Newspaper in the Upper Delaware ¥alley VOL. LVI., No. 136 PORT JERVIS, N. Y., WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER ! , 1924 PRICE THREE GENTS V FEAR OF KLAN CAUSED WOMAN TO SPED RAINY MGHT IN WOODS Slie and CtiiMren Foimd by Sheriff With Ciolhing in Shreds aad Flesh Scralcks—?fean is Probably Mentally Unbalanced Miss Vv'asl'iington H o m e y e r stepped hcsxtatinglj’ from a New Y o rk tra in to the p la tf o r m of the Cam p b ell HaU statio n Alonday .afternoon. She eau- tio n s ly sw e p t the faces of those g a t h ­ ered ab o u t the depot and tu r n in g to h e r tw o chikh*en. w h o clung tightly to her, w h is p e red: ‘‘The K uKluxKl^in T h e y ’r e a f t e r m e The children looked in am a z e m e n t a t th e ir m o ther. T h e y gazed ab o u t b u t <^aw nothing except curious per­ sons starin g a t them. The m o th e r said nothing. She- continued ■silently to view those ab o u t her. Suddenly tig h ten in g h e r clasp upon th e hands of her children, she h u r ­ ried th e m through th e g a th e r in g of in terested sp e c tato rs and disap p e a red into the denseness of a th ick w o ods n e a rb y . T u e s d a y m o rn in g a f t e r a tw o -hour search in a dow n p o u r of rain , Sheriff J . D. Tw eed and deputies found them , huddled closely to g e th e r in the m idst of a forest thicket. T h e m o th­ er's clothing had been alm o s t to r n fro m h e r body. The clothing of th e child r e n h u n g in shreds abo u t them. S c ratches covered the faces and hands of the three, evidence of a guideless tra m p th r o u g h briers an d thistle.s. The sheriff an d h is d e p u ties had started th e search in response to call from C am p b ell H a ll. The m o th pvdtested t.h,bir “assistance, b ling som etJiing ab o u t K lan. Mrs. Homeyer relu c tantly accom ­ panied the officers to the Goshen co u r t house. There they W'ere given dry clothing by Mrs. Tweed, who cared fo r th e ir injuries. The m o th e r app e a r e d to be of a refined ch a r a c te r h u t rcfii.sed to talk . fslie kept re­ iteratin g her fear of th e K lan. H e n ry, h e r eig h t y e a r old boy, t a l k ­ ed w illingly. H e told of a nig h t of su f f e r ing sp e n t in a d ren c h in g d o w n ­ p o u r in the m idst of a w o o d s thickly populated w ith sharp pointed brushes, Tiriers th a t pricked an d thistles th a t b r o u g h t scratches to th e flesh. They h a d w a lked aim lessly. They had stood listles.sly. They had even a t ­ tem p ted to sleep on a w a ter soaked ground w ith the rain pouring to r ­ ren ts in th e ir faces. H e n ry told of the trip which he, h is m o ther and 11 y e a r old sister had m a d e from th e ir hom e a t 321 E a s t 52 street. N ew Y o rk. I t w as to be a p leasure trip , a period of recreation and rest from a busy sum m e r in the city. B e fore leaving' home, his m o th e r h a d draw n ab o u t $500 F o r days th e y h a d pla.nned trip to the country, K u K lux PRICE OF GAS !S LOWEST NOW IN TEN YEARS h \ Standard Starts With Drop of Cent and Others Follow A general reduction in the w h o le­ sale and retail prices of gasoline th r o u g h o u t th e New E n g lan d p.nd M iddle A tlan tic States w a s announced y e s terday by th e leading com p a n ies operatin.g in th e s e sections. T h e cuts w e re im m e d iately m e t by the sm a ller independenc com p a n ies, and as a re­ su lt gasoline is now selling a t the low e s t level recorded in this city in ten years. T h e reductions m a d e by the G u lf R e fining Com pany, th e largest inde pendent oil com p a n y operating in the i?ount,A'y. am o u n ted to fo u r cents a gallon in M a s s a c h u s e tts an d th r e e cents in o th e r E a s tern fStates in w h ich th e com p a n y operates. The reduction m a d e th e tw o S tan d a r d Oil com­ panies m o s t active in the E a s tern States w a s only one cent a gallon. I t w a s said in local trade circles th a t th e S tan d a rd w ill be forced to m a k e fu r t h e r reud e tion to m e e t the com p e ­ tition. E a r ly yesterday the Gulf R e fining Company laniiounced a reduction of th i’ce cents a gallon in Mas.'^aclumetts an d other New E n g land states, and two cents a gallon in New Y o rk, and New Jersey, B e fore the day ended, how ever, th e com p a n y m a d e an o t h e r of a cent, m a k in g a reduction of fo u r cents a gallon fo r New E n g land and th r e e cen ts fo r New Y o rk and N ew .Tersey. U n d e r its new schedule th e 'Company is quoting .gasoline w h o le­ sale a t 13 cents a gallon in th e New E n g lan d states, 14 cents in New Y'ork state and 13 ¥2 cents in N ew Jersey. The retail prices in all cases v a ries according to th e attitu d e of the retail dealer. The first drop in price w as m a d e liy th e S tan d a r d Oil company- of Nev/ Jersey. T h is action w a s followed b y th e S tandard Oil com p a n y of New York. ' T h e form e r cut the w h o lesale from a bank. ^ p^iee fro m I6 V2 to 15% cents a gal- quiet jioh. T h e la.tter com p a n y th e n a n - T h e ir tic k e t 'was noim c e d a cut from 17 to 16 cents, to have tak e n them to W arwarsing, yvhere accom m o d a tions had been en­ gaged at the boarding house of H. Felsen. “M o ther h a d n ’t been feeling welV” H e n ry said, “and p a p a th o u g h t it w o u ld be good fo r h e r to get aw av from the city. She had been so ner­ vous. I t w o rried u s all, an d then w h o lesale. T h e Texas Com p a n y , and the S inclair R e fining Company^ w h ich n r a k next to th e G u lf R e f ining com ­ pany- a<^ th e largest independent or- r,anizations operating in the Bast, follow e d w ith a reduction of a cent. T h e ap p r o a c h of the end of th e m e to r - to u r i n g season, w h en cu r t a il­ m e n t of gasoline ap p e a r s evident and p a p a h a d intended m o v ing our home j heavy surplus stocks a re , . ------- ------- __ carried by m a n y com panies. w h ile w-e w e re aw a y so th a t we m ight re t u r n to new surrounding.^.’’ M am m a has alw a y s been afraid of th e K u K lux K lan the boy to ld the officials. She used to ta lk about it day a f t e r day, and th e n the new s ­ papers published so m u c h ab o u t the K lan, too. M o ther saw all th a t and it w o rried her. B e fore ap p r o a c h in g C am p b ell H a ll M rs. H o m eyer becam e re.stless. .She felt th a t th e K lan w as chasing her, th e boy continued. A rriving a t the station, Mr.s. H o m ey­ er took her children by the hand and h a s te n e d them to th e p latform . There she stopped tre m b lin g and gazing in fe a r ab o u t her. She told them she w-as afraid to go fa r t h e r . She bought re t u r n tick e ts to N ew Y o rk. T h e last tra in had left fo r th e dav. They w a n d e red ab o u t a n d then sought the p rotection of the woods. Once in th e night, b is m o th e r had lo s t h e r pocketbook, the boy said. R e ­ tra c in g th e i r steps, it w a s found. M rs. H o m e y e r h a d the pocketbook w h en fo u n d by the officers. It contained n e a r l y $500. A t th e c o u r t house M rs. Homeyer rem a in e d fearfu l. She refuses to eat. She refu s e s to talk. H e n r y said som e thing ab o u t his m o ther’s fe a r fo r the K lan. She has -thought ab o u t it so m u c h , he said, th a t she th i n k s Jvlansrnen are alw a y s searching her. T h e boy said his fath e r is a m a - tih in ist. He is 4.4 years of age. H is m o t h e r is 32, M rs. H o m e y e r’s fe a r o f the K lan is CContiimed to page eig h t) HEAVY KAHffAU CAUSES RIV^S WIHSE; liPROVEMENT IS WATER SUPAf, PfliPiiG .STOPPED I'TRKT PHO T O O F CHHTSTIAN \ra O K E $1,500,000 THEF-TS W K F O K K O W ABI, ST. Id K J t w ere given a s reasons fo r the re d u c ­ tions. I t w a s pointed out in the tra d e th a t some of th e la r g e r com p anies were successful in reducing th e ir stock to a point n e a r a n o rm a l level in th e la s t few m o n th s of record- b reak in g dem a n d from autom o b ilists, O ther com p a n ies how e v e r, it w a s ex­ plained, w e re less fortunate, and a.s a re s u lt 'o f th is situ a tio n com p e tition in th e sale of gasoline is now keener th a n a t an y tim e since la.st A u tnm n . Oil men pointed out th a t if the w h o lesale price of 14 cents quoted by th e G u lf R e fining C o m p a n y may he accepted as .a stan d a r d , gasoline is selling in New Y o rk City a t the lowest price recorded since the early yai-s of the W o rld W a r, w h en it dropped to 12 cents a gallon w h o lesale. The c u r r e n t price of 16 cents wholesale quoted by th e S tandard Oil com p a n y Now Y o rk is still h a lf a ce n t a gallon above th e low price la s t year, quoted in D ecem b er. \ ' Above is th e first photograph obtained of George R. C h ristian, th e m issing bro k e r w h o se defalca­ tions of a t least a m illion and a h a lf dollars forced into bank­ ru p tcy th e firm of D ay & H e a ton. H e has been m issing since A u g u st .14, altho u g h his th e f ts did n o t becom e know n until a few ^-days ago. H a r r y Y, D a y says * this photo, th e first th e police have been able to obtain, is ap t to be m isleading in t h a t i t m a k e s C h rist­ ian ’s h a ir app e a r dark, w h e reas it is a decided blonde. The picture also shows C h ristian’s h a i r quite full, w h e reas he is actually quite !bald above th e forehead. AUTO BELONGED TO JERSEY MAN H O M E D IT Bai Boys Whose Actions Ex­ cited Suspicion Make Good Their Escape Chief of police M o o rehead received w o rd late Tuesday aftern o o n t6 a t th e C h e v rolet coupe, whijCli w a s stalled w h ile being driven by tw o boys a t G reenville, N. Y., and w h ich Mr. George B a lm o s of G reenville is hold­ ing w a s stolen fro m W illiam B eck of Englew o o d , N. J., on M o n d a y a f t e r ­ noon. T h e sto r y of th e suspicious actions of th e boys and of th e ir es­ cape from a M r. Carson, w h o w a s bringing th e m to th e local police sta ­ tion w-as published T u e sday’s G azette A fter th e m a c h ine w a s deserted, M r. B a lm o s m a d e a se a r c h of t h e m a c h ine an d found the ow n e r’s card in one of th e pockets. I-I© located th e ownei* and notified h im w hei'e he could find h is m a c h ine. Mr. B e c k arriv e d In G reenville th i s afternoon and claim ed his pro p e r ty . A son, Jo h n R o b e rt, w e ighing 7 3-4 pounds, u a s born- to Mr. an d M rs. J. M. G rady, on Sunday, S e p tem b e r 28, a t th e B e rgen private sanitarium , J e r ­ sey City. M rs. G rady w a s foianerly Miss K a th e rine Alurpliy, of 74 B a ll .street, this city. M o ther and child are doing nicely. The heavy’^ r a in f a ll of over five in ­ ches d u r in g M o n d ay and T u e sday caused nnicE co n c e r n to th e residonts Of th is city and vicinity an d fu r t h e r up th e D e law a re valley. ^ B o th th e D e law a re an d N e v e rsink riv e r s began raisin g T u e k lay m O rnlng an d continu­ ed to ' rise rm til ab o u t S:30 o’clock this inormn&. A t t h a t tim e th e D e law a re h a d risen 14 fe e t six inches above low w a te r m a r k . T h e N e v e rsink rose about th e sam e height. A t 8:80 it began to re- ceed and, a t 9130 o’clock h a d low ered ab o u t fo u r inclm s. T h ^ to t a l a m o u n t of ra i n fa l l tw o days w a s . 5.S5 inche^y.df w h ich fo u r and thjxtyTthree one h u n d r e d th s inches f e ll on lTuesday. The to tal ra i n f a ll f o r th e m o n t h of S e p teipber w a s seven iand- forty-tw o onp ^tm d r e d th s inches!. A t T ti-states, N e v e r s j^k’ la c k e d only 4ibbtit_ o n e fb o t o f -goiBg over th e top of th e sto n e w a il a t th e hridge. T h e v l^ te r w a s ,,at., th e edgft of . t h e M o n tague road/^ (over th e sidew a lk) •opposite :thie Tri^gftates Mill^ t T l ^ re a r yard s o f H arry^ C o rw in and o t h e r re-sidOnta in th a t locality w e r e fjooded to a con s iderab le depth. iP o rtions of the am u s e m e n ts a t Joyland P a r k such ai^ ,the large ra f t an d diving boards w e r e w a shed dow n stream . Lai-ge trees, logs, lum b e r, ro w boats and cafioes w e re seen floating dow n the D e law a re d u r in g yesterday a f t e r ­ noon pL^a today. Tlie^?Water wa.s to th e base of th e high w a y along th e M o n tague road alo n g th e farm s of Silos C u d d e b a c k and H a r r y K n ight. B ill.M a rv in th e herm it of t h e D e la­ w a re (S torm s Islan d ) lacked b u t little of beiiig flooded o u t entirely. He h a d b u t little space to keep h is feet dry. W h e n a rep r e s e n tativ e of th e Gazette looked. B ill over th is m o rning, h e h a d a diT ^ p o t th a t w o u ld b a r e ly m a k e a good ^ z e d room in a house. One of his, sh a n ties w a s w e ll filled w ith w a ter. STROUDSBURG BDTOIER COPICTED OF ASSAULTING SCHOOL TEACHER iis fsclis Expresses Pleasure al Jsrfs ferid:-“AUo!iey Will Moye fer a Mew Trial m ission fo r m of governm e n t and G o v ernor S m ith w a s notified th i s a f ­ ternoon th a t a t 8:30 o’clock S a tu r ­ day nig h t h e w ill be form a lly m o ti- . . fied of h is nom in a tion a t th e B arcil W h ile b o th rivers are receding thej’ th e a t r e aro stm high. W h ite c a p s . o n to p ' A lbany D e m o c rats a r e plan n in g th e Of the m u d d y w a ter w e r e visible th e greater p a r t of th e day. KEPffiLICAN CLUB GIVES UP RADIO TO SMITH Governor’s Speech of Accept­ ance Will Be Broadcasted Saturday Night A lbany, Sept. 80.— A Schenectady R e p u b lican oVganimtion know n aa th e liincoln R e p u b lican Club m a d e it possible for G o v e rnor S m ith to bro a d ­ c a s t h is speech of ac c e p tance from Schenectady's rad io station, W GY, on S a tu r d a y evening. It h a d been intended' to have th e n o tificatio n .speech F r id a y evening a t one of the th p a tr e s in Schenectady, an d it w a s planned to b r o a d c a s t the ad d r e s s . However,\ Hieu^. Gov. G eorge R X u n n found th a t it would be im p o ssible because of a urevious presented, argued by counsel and dis­ posed of by th e co u r t. C linton D iehl, B a s t S troudsburg butcher, w a s found guilty of an a s ­ sau lt upon M iss M a r g a ret G o m h ar, puMioan Club to give up th e i r plan of ^ teacher, by th e Jury b r o a d c a s tin s an address on th e com - ^ „ „ S a tu r d a y afternoon. - Stroudsburg. Sept 30.— ^Following his convictioii on S a tu r d a y aftern o o n for an aasaiilt upon M a r g a r e t G o m b a r a fo r m e r N o rm a l school stu d e n t, Clin­ ton D iehi, b u tc h e r of E a s t S tro u d s ­ b u r g , is in the co u n ty ja i l to d a y w ^ il e relatives and frlnds are trying to ob­ tain- his release on bail. D iehl’s counsel anno u n c e d to d a r th a t a m o tion w ill be presented %% Judge S h iill before th e close o f tfe«r present term of co u r t fo r a new t r ^ l T h is w a s ind icated follow ing t h e ver­ dict retu r n e d by th e jury^ S a tU P d a r w h e n D iehl’s law y e r asked th a t '^ a i ? b e fixed fo r him . ‘ T h e bail fo r D iehl’s appearane*f f o r \ .sentence w a s fixed by Ju d g e S h u ll a t $14,000, tw ice th e am o u n t of h is b a i t for ap p e a r a n c e a t th e S e p tem b e r t e r m of court. H e has also filed a bond for his ap p e a r a n c e a t th e D e c e m b e r term of court to answ e r th e charge* g row ing o u t of h is alleged a t t a c k u p ­ on M a rie Graidy a t M o u n t Pocono, in the am o u n t of $7,000. I f D iehl is released fro m jail, his to t a l bail w ill am o u n t to $21^000 D iehl w ill not be called fo r sentence u n til hi.s m o tion fosr a new tria l is a r r a n g e m e n t w h ich w o u ld not m a k e th e W GY statio n available. The L ieu tenant G o v e rnor th e n in­ duced m e m b e rs of th e L incoln R e - g r e a test p o litical d e m o n s tr a tion ever . . . staged in .A lb a n y as a w elcome to Th»,fall of ram Slightly ist of here, . ^ o n t one mile east - • w est of G u lf S u m m itt th e w’est bound tra c k of the E r ie m a in line w a s w a s h ­ ed ou t fo r a con.siderable distance. T h e east bound tra c k w a s som e w h a t loos­ ened but n o t \washed out. This tra c k w as repaired in ab o u t one h o u r ’s tim e and was then used as a one w a y tra c k over w h ich tra in s ru n n in g Vn l)oth directions w e re ru n . T h ree w o rk tra in s w ere sen t to the scene together w ith 75 cars of m a terial fo r filling. It ivS e x p e c te d th a t th e w e s t tra c k w ill be open fo r tra f f i c about three o’clock this afternoon . There wa.s no detention of train s to speak of d u r ing th e tim e of rep a ir s . A rep o r t from M iddletow n th is noon stated th a t only a little over th r e e inches of rain fell th e r e d u r ­ ing the storm . Ko dam ages are re­ ported. T h e w a te r com p a n y w as som e w h a t benefited b y th e rain . P u m p in g from the N e v e rsink riv e r w a s stopped a t noon yesterday. N u m b e r one re- .servoir w a s benefited by one foot an d 8 in c h e s of w a ter. S e c r e tary G raeb- n e r of the W a ter W o r k s C o m p a n y a n ­ nounced th a t num b e r one reservoir w a s ab o u t full, num b e r 2 p r a c tica l­ ly em p ty an d n u m b e r three h a s b u t a little b e tter th a n six feet of w a ter. The com p a n y is hopeful how e v e r, t h a t th e su p p ly in g stream s to th e re s e r ­ voirs w ill ad d enough w a ter in th e (C o n tinued to page eight) M onday night. H e is -to Ngpook ip H a rroanus B leecker H a ll. F ifteen th o u s a n d .Democrajtis, w ith red fire and bom b s an d all th e bands in the city, w ill m a r c h to th e h a ll escorting th e can d idate from his hotel. W a terveit). Cohoes, IGreen Island and th e sm a ller com m u n ities of th e cou n ty w ill also send big delegations to A lbany. Troy is to send 500 M a r ­ chers. W o m e n w ill also m a r c h , it iq announced to d a y by M rs. E'. Y. Colbert, Vice C h a ir m a n of th e A lbany County D e m o c ratic Com m ittee. She w ill lead a t least 1,000 w o m en. If it can b e arran g e d the D avis speech w ill be broadcast, an d m icro­ phones on th e stage, coupled to loud­ speakers outside the building, w ill c a r r y th e m e ssage o f the cand id a te to those unable to g e t inside. Fines Amount to $60 T h e city treasu ry w as reim b u rsed to the am o u n t of $60'th i s m o rning w h e n six defendants paid fines ran g in g from $5 to $15 f o r public intoxication, disorderly conduct and assault. Two priso n e r s w e re relea,sed on suspended sentence.s because of public intoxica­ tion an d ao n ther on a charge of a.s- .sault dem anded a hearing w h ich wa:^ set fo r tom o r r o w m o rning. T h e a r ­ rests w e re m a d e by Officers Stephen C a m p b e ll, \W alter H o lzer, J. C. K elly and Chris M u lvaney. ■ UNiT'ED STATES ARMY FLYERS BA'CIC IM CALIFORNIA AFTER ^ - ■ EPOCH MAKING FLIGHT AROHMD THE WORLD^^^_ ^ i * EVEN MONEY BETS ON WORLD SEMES New Y o rk, Sept. 30— E v e n money g e n e rally prevailed on th e w o rld’s .series today, w ith one or two bets r e ­ p o r ted in which the W a shington Sen-- aio rs wdre slight favorites. In one in ­ stance $1,800 to .^$^.,.500 w a s . offered and quickly covered th a t H a r r is’ team w o u ld w in. B e ttin g com m issioners believe W a lte r Johnson will pitch the first gam e fo r the S e n a to rs an d W a s h ­ ington will be a 3 to 2 faVorito to take the Initial contest. . . IlSl ■ fine photograph w a s .made : Sm ith, flight C«?m-I Lieut. Nelson in th e fQrpgromi,<J, ccM ar._that»l|andUout.'W aa8'sl*ontoi». • Never h a s a crim e a t tr a c t e d m o re atten tio n J n M onroe county than, did th e D iehl case an d never did a ju r y retu r n a v e r d ict th a t m e t w ith m o r e p o p u la r favor th a n did th e one th a t found h im guilty of five comits: rape a s s a u lt w ith in t e n t to ravish, a g g r a ­ v a t e d assau lt and battery, assau lt a n d b a t tery andl adultery. ' ^ The jurym en, b a d tb e ir .minds made - ^ u p - th a t Dielil was guilty before they left the box, and a s one of them .said, “We w e re a l l eager to reach q u r ver­ dict as soon a s one of th e members asked fo r a vote, m o v ing w e find him guilty on all counts, every one arose. W e did not tak e m o re th a n tw e n ty m inutes to com e to our decision. “W e realized w h a t a serious ca s e w e w e re try in g and did not w a n t to re t u r n to th e court room w ith o u t giv­ ing D iehl every chance so a f t e r our vote w e sta r t e d an in f o r m a l discus­ sion of th e case. No one h a d any arg u m e n t to tr y and change our first vote in any w ay, so a f t e r ta lk in g a few m inutes, an d eatin g th e dinner w h ich hdd been s e n t in for us, w e retu r n e d to th e c o u r t room an d rendered our v e r d ict.” T h e ju r o r th e n discussed the case w ith som e frien d s an d ^ i d th a t the ju r o r s w e re m o st im p ressed w ith th e sto r y of M iss G o m b a r and th e ph y s i­ cians w h o testified of h e r condition H e said th a t th i s testim o n y alone w as, in his m ind, enough to convict D iehl. H e com m e n ted upbn M iss G o m b a r’s attitu d e on the stan d and said th a t all w e re convinced th a t she w a s an innocent girl w h o h a d been harm e d and assaulted by Diehl. “Y ou know ,” said th i s m a n , w h o is a farm e r, “th a t w e w o u ld n o t sub­ je c t our cattle to th e tre a tm e n t an d abaise th a t Miss G o m b a r w a s subject^ ed to. W h e n w e th o u g h t of t h e t e r ­ rible abuse D iehl h a d subjected h e r , it seemed th a t w e could not reach oUi- verdict quickly enough.” Miss G o m b ar, who- w a s sittin g in the cou r t room w ith h e r friends. M iss Jean Sheridan, ho w a s w ith h e r and ^ D iehl and F u llerto n on several occa­ sions, and M iss M a rie G rady, th e g ir l w h o m D iehl is accused of assau ltin g six days before h e assau lted M iss Gom bar, w a s elated w'ith th e verdict, and kissed one a n o t h e r w h e n it w a s read. Miss G o m b a r said: “I ’m so glad the ju r y found him (D iehl) guilty, b u t I knew they would. O f course, L feel very so r r y fo r h is \wife and children, b u t he should be punished. No one can possibly realize w h a t I w e n t th r o u g h an d suffered, w h a t I’m still su f f e r in g and th e stig m a I m u s t c a r r y alth o u g h perfectly innobent of any w rong doing.” “M r. B u r n e t t attacked M iss Sheri­ d a n a n d m y ch a racters, b u t w© did . n o thin g d if f e ren t than, all th e g ir ls '), Y j of to d a y a r e doing. W e w e r e w r o n g in going o u t w ith D iehl an d F u lle r - tcM, h u t a f t e r talk in g so long w itk the first evening ab o u t m y girl frien d , I fe l t as if I k n e w him , an ^ when, he an d F u lerto n coaxed u s to go fo r a ride* w e did n o t feel w e w e ro * doing an y th in g w rong in accepting . “W e fe l t th a t w e w e re g o ing o u t w itl^ rqen ^who w e re p e r f e c tly -salSR u n ti l th e m e n disclosed th e i r tru e c h a r a c t e r w h e n they at^tacked m e . “B o th D iehl an d P u llq r to n m u s t 'b e * punished so th a t no o t^er girls sh a U su f f e r a s I.d id a t their hands.** X,

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