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   Hamilton Daily News Journal (Newspaper) - July 11, 1938, Hamilton, Ohio                                PAGE TWO Coke And Iron Employes At Fifth Annual Picnic Report Attendance Of At LeSourdsville Program Continues Through Day The heat Saturday afternoon didnt bother employee of the Ham ilton Coke and Iron company divi sion of the American Rolling Mill company and their families as they enjoyed the companys fifth an nual picnic throughout the day and evening at LeSourdsville Fifteen hundred the crowd was transported to the picnic eite in special busses from Hamil The usual diversions of the lake and the amusement park were at the command of the picnickers through the courtesy of the spon and augmenting these pleas ant amusements were numerous spe cial Diving Exhibition to the youngsters were kept entertained with tames and contests in charge of playground direc tor of A swimming and diving exhibition in charge of Merle Williams proved particularly At 7 oclock the Jackson Fiddlers presented an entertainment and un usual talent was shown in an acro batic dance by fiveyearold Kitty daughter of and James New Kitty is truly a protege of the Hamilton Coko and Iron her her Robert Brown and her Fred all employed by that Greens Win Ball Game In the baseball game between the members of the coke di captained by Al and the members of the blast fur nace captained by Clarence the Greens thereby gaining two legs on the safety tro donated for the annual base ball game by James vice president and general man The winner three successive years will gain permanent posses sion of the Following the picnic old fashioned dancing was offered in the shelter house and modern dancing in the At oclock the youngsters were treated to an outdoor motion pic Bouffard was general chairman of the outing with Earl Rickling and Clyde cochair William president of the Welfare association of the Hamilton Coke and Iron apd five directors of the associ assistedin the presentation of the ROOSEVELT BOUND FOR WEST COAST Continued From Pave One for a fishing jaunt in the vicinity of the Eccentric Attacked At Oklahoma City late Saturday afternoon Woody an ec centric businessman from broke from the ranks of spec tators lining the route of President HAMILTON JOURNAL THE DAILY NEWS service men planned to question him Panic Tendency Fades Roosevelt saw the incident from the As Hockaday approached the car he turned his head toward the secret service agent who at that instant was poised for the Then while the firemen and troops were pummcling the hap less wouldbe greeter or Roosevelt waved his hat and smiled The panic ten dency Firemen pushed back the by standers attempting to mob Hock whose face was bruised and his shirt nearly torn Women shrieked curses at Men shook their fists at Began Peace Movement Several years ago Hockaday caused a stir when he inaugurated a peace movement of his own inven tion by breaking past secretaries at the door of Harry Sec retary of and showering feathers over the He said that he was promoting peace and said that what was in his bag were peace He repeated the performance in several On February Roose then was shot at five times in by a wouldbe assassin who missed his mark but killed Mayor Anton Cermak of The Guiseppe a deranged brickmason from New emptied a pistol at the Pres identelect just as he finished a spprch in Bay Front Cer shot through the died 19 days HUGHES LANDS IN PARIS ON FLIGHT Continued Prom Page One to Moscow ie about eight hours flying time if Hughes plane matches its transatlantic The rebuilt freighted to a gross weight of gave spectators at Floyd Bennett New a nervetingling thrill last night as it labored down the runway for more than feet before lurching heavily into the It barely plea red a patch of trees at the end of the Before the the fuel sup ply was reduced from to gallons after Hughes expressed doubt the big craft measuring 65 feet across the could leave the The laconic 34yearold a 6foot 3inch Texan began a career in adventure by inheriting 000 when he was 18 years The who once set a world speed record for land planes and still holds the transcontinental speed bade farewell pri vately to Katharine screen to whom he has been reported before he drove to the Miss Hepburn did not visit the Pitted cylinders and a balky rightwing motor had delayed the start for almost 24 A new magneto was installed two hours be fore the dressed in a wrinkled pair of gray sport and a white shirt open at neck with Bequests Listed In Campbell Will Thirtyone ranging from personal to cash and prop erty are made in the will of Minnie Hamilton filed Monday in probate The cash awards total and are distributed as follows in equal shares to Olive Hope William Camp Charles Campbell and Celia Vanatta to a Wil liam Ashton to a Appleton as a trust fund to the College Corner cemetery as sociation to Mabel Bruck to Riley Witten to Blanch Witter to Oxford to Mal colm Cook to Mc to the Je hovahs Witnesses Property described as half in terest in 161 acres in Union is divided equally among Olive William Richard Ashton and Spencer Property in Col lege Corner is given to Marilyn Ann Mary Esther Lew Marie Lacey and John Al bert Stock in the Amer ican Rolling Mills company is left to the William and other stock holdings are di vided equally between Iva Maud Jolliff and the Watch Tower Bible Brooklyn The re mainder of the assets not other wise disposed of are divided on the basis of onehalf to the Watch Tower Bible society and onehalf in equal shares to William Olive William Ashton and Mary Esther Heirlooms are distributed to the following Mabel Iva Marie Annie Adelia Blanche Witter and Min nie who is named receives an automobile under terms of a The will was signed Janu ary and the codicil was added last June SPECULATE OVER CHIEF JUSTICE PEAK IS CONQERED BY FOUR EXPLORERS July IP Brief notes jotted down during a 24day battle against storms and frigid weather disclosed today that four young explorers had con quered Mount queen of the hitherto unclimbed peaks of the Chugach Although the range is only 60 miles west of here it took several days for the notes to reach Val JENKINS MAKES BID FOR MINORITY LEADERSHIP July Ohio ans here speculated today on the possibility that Representative Thomas Jenkins ROhio would become an avowed candidate for the minority leadership of the house of the member was considering such a step circu lated almost immediately after the retirement of the veteran minority Representative Snell RN rCnittlnned from Page One cussions about a new Ho IK a close friend of the President and one of his chief lieutenants in the field of social Ho is known to have been considered for the two previous Two possible objections were coupled to mention of Wagners there already are two New Yorkers on the Justice Hujrhes and Justice Wagner in 61 years and Roosevelt hae indicated at va rious that he generally pre fers to place slightly younger men in judicial Justice Cardozo was 68 years old May He had long been a friend of President Roosevelt and only to day the President and Roose velt sent flowers to He went last June to Justice Lehmans home in New York where he from Washington to pass the after being forced by his illness to miss all the spring sessions of the Appointed By Hoover Cardozo had served on the su preme court since when he was appointed by President Long celebrated a he went to the court as successor to Oliver Wendell famed as the great A staunch supporter of the New Deal he upheld 22 of 27 laws brought before the supreme court in the historic period from 1934 to Cardozo was the second member of the Jewish race to sit on the supreme The first was Justice Louis ap pointed in 1916 by President Wil Cardozos written opinions were noted for their clarity and beauty of He was considered generally the literary stylist of the The five antiadministration votes cast by Cardozo were against N President Roosevelts dis missal of the late William E Humphrey as a member of the Federal Trade th original farm mortgage moratorium federal incorporation of build ing and loan associations against a states and refund to tax payers of money collected under the Agricultural Adjustment Act and impounded in federal Justice Cardozo was a bachelor and a man whom his friends de Bribed as monkish in his To arose regularly at 6 was at his deek at and sel dom quit it before oclock at Not all these hours were jiven over to legal labors for he ound recreation there too in read ng and phi Ho was meticulously punc Onco his Albany colleagues de cided he needed more exercise than was afforded by his short walks from his hotel room to the ourt and told him to play golf or stay off the He tried ho game for a but didnt like it and went back to his Private funeral services were Monday at 2 oclock at the Lehman Rabbi Da Jeeaurun assistant minister of the Congregation Shereth offi Burial will be in the Con gregation cemetery at Cypress Long MIAMISBVRG YOVTH DROWNS IN RIVER Special To The July 12 years drowned Sunday in the Great Miami river north of Sycamore street bridge where his and Marry said he learned to swim Richard hurried from the dinner table and apparently was stricken with according to three Richard and George Frymier and Charles The boys tried to gavo Richard but he was swept away by the current when they were four feet from they told Miamisburg police and firemen aided by searchlights started an allnight search for the Be sides the four sisters sur vive FORMER STATE DEAD July Charles age former state senator and Hamilton county died in i hospital late For eigh years he was a director of thi state board of loosevelt Rejects Deal By Chandler Annnolnted Prtuu July parting presidential shot at Governor opponent of New Deal favored Alben Barkley in Ken tuckys democratic senatorial pri exploded in the capital Sat Politicians here were still talking avidly about the Presidents un indorsement of Bark ley in Kentucky yesterday when Senator Mills made public a letter from Roosevelt dated Febru ary It said the governor had made a proposition to the President the day and had seemed sur prised when I told him that you and I would be the last people in the world to traffic in judicial ap pointments in order to satisfy the ambitions of one office Deal Undisclosed Roosevelts letter did not say in so many words what Chandlers proposition coupled with an announcement which Logan had just it conveyed the idea clearly that the governor had suggested that the junior sena tor from Kentucky be appointed to a federal This would have permitted Chandler to be ap pointed to succeed him in the and would have left Barkley a clear field in his race for renomi nation to Kentuckys other senate I want you to know how fine I think your statement of Monday the President referring to Logans announcement that he would decline any judicial post offered The governor put you and Alben and me into a most disagreeable situation and wholly without any necessity I want you to know that the governor came to see me yester repeated the same and seemed surprised when I told him that you and I would be the last people in the world to traffic in judicial appointments in order to satisfy the ambitions of one office You deserve all the credit in the world for the splendid and unan swerable and unselfish position you have PLANS WAR GAMES IN ATLANTIC OCEAN JHy navy and marine corps will join next winter in the most ex tensive joint war games ever con ducted in the Atlantic Military officials said today that only the combined land and sea maneuvers of the last several years rival ihe forth at Cu in Hawaii would coming simulated lebra in the MISS IVAH BOOKWALTER DIES IN LOS ANGELES Miss Alberta has been informed of the early Monday of Miss Ivah former resident of at her home in Los An Miss Bookwalter lived in Dayton for many employed by the Mead She was the daughter of the late John and Louisa of Her only Miss Flor ence died six weeks After burial will bo in JTTLt 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struggling mans then saved him from a mob of in furiated citizens who would have lynched Man Was Unarmed Although first reports said that the man was armed with a black Captain Mickey Ryan of Ok lahoma City who identi fied the man as said that he was not Hockadays only explanation of the affair was that he wanted to get close to Roosevelt to shine the Presidents I dont think that this fellow tried to harm the Cap tain Ryan We searched him and didnt find anything re sembling a whose escapades fre quently have got him in innocent was held in Secret no showed the strain of sleep less nights ae he climbed into the In the seat beside him sat engineering His other companions were navigators Harry Connor and Tluirlow and radio Richard Wives of three of the men were among the Flight advisors said that barring diplomatic complications Hughes probably would stop at Paris only long enough to refuel and then takr off for They indicated that earlier difficulties in ing permission to fly over 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