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Put the DAILY
on Your Doorstep!

Next stop for mayor's race
-state Attorney General

(Contjnued from Page 1)
ney General's office that no ac-
tion would be taken on Belch-
er's request.
"I have informed Judge Kel-
ley of this development," said
Henry, "and I expect word from
him soon on when the case can
be continued."
Arguments in Kelley's court-
room centered on the proper
procedure for granting a writ of
quo warrentum - by which the
judge could rule that Wheeler
was holding the mayor's office
invalidly.
HENRY ARGUED that any
citizen could pursue the writ.
Robert Grace, Wheeler's law-
yer, insisted that proper proce-
dure was to consult the Attor-
ney General's office first. Judge
Kelley agreed with Grace.
However, Kelley, possibly ex-
pecting quick action by the At-
Fiorello La Guardia, mayor
of New York from 1934 to 1946,
was raised in Prescott, Ariz.
He was, however, born in New
York City of an Italian father
and a Jewish mother.

torney General's office, did not
adjourn the case, but merely
called for a recess.
Belcher accepted the Judge's
ruling calmly and called it "a
momentary setback." Belcher
went so far as to predict a quick

and indecisive response from
the Attorney General.
"The judge will probably re-
ceive a standard form letter
with a directive to bypass that
office on questions of this sort,'
said Belcher.

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