Bradley Suit Withdrawn, Daily Racing Form, 1933-06-02


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BRADLEY SUIT WITHDRAWN LEXINGTON, Ky., May 31. The suit brought in the name of Michael J. Brennan, Louisville, Ky., democratic politician and revenue agent for the state at large, by I. J. Miller, Lexington attorney for Brennan, against Col. E. R. Bradley, alleging that he had failed to pay taxes to the state of Kentucky in the amount of approximately ,000,000 was today withdrawn. Attorneys for Colonel Bradley gave attorney Miller to understand that he was in wrong. Colonel Bradley, while he maintains his breeding establishment at Idle Hour Stock Farm near Lexington is a resident of Florida, and it is stated that he has paid taxes there on all his personal property, stocks and bonds, such as were listed in the suit filed by young Miller. It is said here that Brennan at Louisville denied any knowledge of the suit when it was filed the day after the running of the Kentucky Derby. Scores of Colonel Bradleys Kentucky friends made expressions disapproving the action.

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