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Cincinnati Times Star (Newspaper) - August 9, 1930, Cincinnati, OhioL the weather runt Aoudy am wow it like mme a mime a my cute a a a Shi Quot Quot a Wii Wimmon. Makes your Day Complete a no other Clincia inti afternoon paper he the Aito cited Preu Dup Atchee vol. 91�?. 190. Daily a Mcferr us Woad cinch Ati batu1day, August a 1�s0 Twenty eight pages a Noli o. N of Maimi i of copy. Cd fir a tit. In a edition seeks to lighten p Hon e Burden company asks for More elastic Rule. I murder charge in death of Young wife in Fairfax residence Scarcity of feed but not of food a where is the big game a three instalments husband tells officials shooting was accidental. Shot is heard Quot a a a application expected to draw Quick action. Sheriff and deputies conduct inquiry in Case. Engineer robbed $131, livestock not people menaced by drought. Chiefly farm problem a a an Effort to Aid in alleviating the financial distress of Rural residents of Hamilton Butler and Clermont counties chief sufferers in the present drought was made by the Cincinnati 8s suburban Bell Telephone co. Saturday when an application was filed at Columbus with the Public utilities commission of Ohio to permit the adoption of i More elastic Rule governing payments of Telephone Bills. The application proposes that pending restoration of rates now in effect Rural subscribers May retain service by paying one third of the Bill for the month for which the a Ift me is rendered and the balance in two consecutive monthly instalments of one third each. The Rule now in effect Calls for payment on the tenth Day a a the month in which the Bill ii presented. Piled through attorney j. W. I Einisman on behalf of b. J. Durancy vice president of the company. The petition recites a having in mind the distressful situation affecting the Rural subscribers of the company in Hamilton. Butler and Clermont counties by reason of the droughts and the consequent inability of such subscribers to produce personal Revenue enabling them to fully meet their obligations for living and other necessary expenses your Petitioner proposes temporarily to modify said schedule of rates insofar As the san applies to rental charges in effect for the furnishing of telephonic service to Rural subscribers Quot subscribers in the following exchanges would Benefit from the proposed modification Batavia. Bethany Bethel Loveland Milford new Rich mond. Newtonsville. Reily. 8even mile. Shandon Williamsburg. Hamilton county suburban ten party Rural line and Hamilton ten party Rural line. Hen Tasman declared that the matter would be taken up at once by the commission at Columbus and that an Early decision was anticipated. Daring downtown crime committed quietly. Victim is bound in cupboard. Mrs. Lillie Hammond 30, living on Southern Avenue near Wooster Pike in the Fairfax subdivision which adjoins Mariemont. Was shot to death with intent. Coroner Frederick c. A Wing held in verdict saturday. The shooting occurred Friday night. His verdict is rendered after he had made a thorough investigation of the Case and examined a hum a it Quot a1 Ber of witnesses. His the questioning of the Money is removed from a Lack Young woman s husband we Ham Barker Hammond who is held at the county jail. Quot �/.-7>7 j Hammond Inatsu that the shooting was accidental. He admits that the gun was in hands when the shot that killed wife was fired. Mrs. Hammond was about to become a Mother Coroner swing stated. The shooting occurred in the bedroom of the Home. A. According to Hammond s statement he went to town after work to get a haircut and shave and returned Home about 10 30 p. He said that wife asked if he was hungry and when he answered in the affirmative she went into the Kitchen and pre pared a meal. W to -7 a. A r7 Hammond said that after eating he and wife went into the bedroom and prepared to retire. He said that while in front of the Dresser he picked up an old revolver and remarked to wife Ca i wonder it this old gun will he was examining it he sold it accidentally was discharged. The Bullet struck mrs. Hammond in the Center of the forehead and pierced the brain. She died instantly. Hammond then went to a brother at Newtown and when lie returned to i Home shortly after was taken into custody by Deputy sheriffs Samuel Bloom and Thomas Grain. The officers said that they were notified of the shooting by neighbors who heard the shot. ,000,000 Rural families Are facing disaster. Hoover to present medal to Lindy ceremony will be next Friday in capital. Washington. August 0�? up or Charles a. Lindbergh will Fly to Washington next Friday to receive from thensted of president Hoover a special congressional Gold medal commemorating achievements in the advancement of aviation. Hick8vtlle, n. A August 9-iin8>�?ool. And mrs. Charles a. Lindbergh left at 10 50 a. Today by air plane for the estate of ambassador Dwight w. Morrow at North Haven. . / their son. Charles. Jr., did not accompany them. The plane was equipped with dual controls and col. Lindbergh said it was a quite logical that mrs. Lindbergh would Pilot the ship part of the Way. Lindbergh told reporter the baby was a very Well thank photographers were told there would be no posing for pictures. T a a in a sorry. I could save you Fellows a lot of trouble in instances like this if you d Call me at my office or leave word there a he said. Scouts As fire rangers effective ten Gish two grass biases in Grandview. 100 More hours goal of flyers endurance plane has been aloft Nineteen Days. Two men. One of them armed crept into the basement of the Duttenhofer building. Sixth and Sycamore Street. Shortly before noon overpowered the Engineer and taking a pay Roll of $131 from a cupboard. Left bound and aged in the engine room. So quietly did the robbers operate that Charles Hapring. 32, 307 Fairbanks Avenue an employee of the National fabrics company with offices in the building noticed no disturbance. Although he was eating lunch at the time in a basement room less than Twenty feet Sway. The victim Richard o Hara. 5$. 239 Webster Street Engineer in the building said that one of the men entered alone asking if he was the Engineer. When he replied that he was. The second appeared with a drawn revolver. 7 �?t7 7 a turn Over that payroll they commanded. A a 7 y a a Quot -17 o Hara protested that he had no Money with. The robbers then overpowered Volra. Bound with rope and stuffed a handkerchief into Mouth. They then relieved of keys and unlocking a cupboard seized the Money and with a Farewell punch at the prostrate victim departed As noiselessly is they it had entered. 7 7&Quot described As 38 years old. 5 feet 10 the robber with the revolver was inches tall weighing 150 pounds and dressed in a Blue suit and Light Cap. The other Man was approximately n years old. 6 feet tall. 300 pounds in weight and dressed in pointers White overalls. 7. A a 7 77 the suggestion of fire chief bar a. Houston that citizens organise brigades to guard against Brush grass fires during the drought borne fruit. Saturday chief Houston received that George j. West. 290 Van Street. Oran View near lock-1 bed organised a boy scout unit a fire brigade. So far the boys see extinguished two grass fires were caused by careless smokers was on the premises of William or. 1s3 Van Buren Street and other at the Home of mrs. Shaw Mendence Street. Both fire were id and put out before any l�i�i8ga resulted scouts of Grandview patrol All and roads in the vie Talty of suburb. Bach scout is on duty number of hours. West has them in the proper methods in fighting the fires. If the la of any proportion the Reoute i Aid. _ Houston said saturday other units could a organised in Dlf arts of the county. The num grass fires would by greatly i be said by scout pair la. J the drought fire Oom Anise my a to a a my Hundred Lambert St. Louis Field. August 9�? in8>�?Dale Quot red Jack son and Forrest of Brincil endurance flyers who Are attempting to set a new world record were expected to ind their final Hundred hours into which they zoomed this morning the shortest. \ a at 7 11 the Cloud clinging Oreater St. Louis had been cruising the sky paths for 456 hours or Nineteen Days less than 100 hours remained until the two Veteran flyers should have revenge upon the Hunter Brothers who recently broke the record Jackson and of brine set in the St. Louis Robin by remaining above Chicago More than 553 hours. Although less than 100 hours from the world record the flyers intend to remain in the air. For a much longer period As they Hope to establish a record which will not be easily broken. A mishap which might have brought disaster to the flight occurred yesterday when the engine of the refuelling ship burst into flames after one of the cylinders became flooded. Quick action on the part of the refuelling Crew and feel Ltd attendant who used Handy fire extinguisher saved the ship and perhaps the flight. One citizens ticket -. 7 a a r "7 a a ?0 7 Beckman will be candidate for county recorder. As forecast in the times Star. Peter a Mccarthy has declined to become a candidate for country recorder on the citizen so ticket at the november election. This was. Made known saturday when an authoritative an noun Cement of the ticket was made by capt. Victor he in to chairman of the non partisan group that is sponsoring it. He stated that the candidate for country recorder will be Leo h. Beckman 1931 Hopkins Avenue. Norwood. He is a brother of attorney Vincent Beckman and is District agent for a life insurance company. He is a member of the Board of co operators of the Good sumerian Hospital and of the Board of directors of the 8t. Aloysiu orphans Asylum. He formerly was in the Teal a Stet business. He is married and has several children. The other candidates on the ticket ate Edgar Fried Lander for treasurer Samuel Ach for county commissioner Robert n. Gorman for prow cuter Robert Heuck Tor auditor Asa v. Butterfield for sheriff and or. Scott Hearns for Coroner. They will be nominated by petitions which Are to be circulated beginning monday. J i Lone robber gets i $40 in grocery with pedestrians passing the windows and a Crew of labourers working on the Street within hailing distance a Lone robber held up the manager of a Kroger grocery at 11 Bast Mcmillan Street saturday at 11 15 a. And escaped with $40 from the Cash Reg a term ,r77 Arthur Schroeder is. Manager 104 West Mcmillan Street who was alone in the store at the time said that a thin Sallow looking Man wearing a Straw hat add a Broww sult. Entered the store to Purchase a pint of milk. A few minutes later the Man re entered the store this time with a re Volver in hand a hand Over the Money and get in that ice Box a he rapped out. Schroeder complied hut the moment he heard the front door slim he opened the ice Box door from the inside and ran into the Street in Pursuit. He summoned a labourer to assist in the Chase tout the robber had disappeared. Wastl not a August amp president Hoover s organising talents were concentrated today on the task of welding together an effective Campaign for relieving the sufferings of the drought stricken a first step the chief executive has celled on the governors of the most seriously affected fittes to meet with Here next thursday to determine a method of bringing into play id available state and county agencies for Relief with the co operation of various Federal branches and the red Cross. Meanwhile at Virginia fishing Camp. Or. Hoover was studying carefully the Field reports compiled by us department of agriculture defining the ascertained damage on maps of the stricken area. A summons Hyde the president today summoned 8ecreury Hyde and James c. 8tones farm Board member to Camp for further conferences. As soon As he received the word that he was wanted at the Camp. Secretary Hyde spewed the tabulation o reports from county agents in the drought areas. He planned to carry these with. Many reports he said undoubtedly would show no Relief is needed. This would simplify the problem by localizing it he added. Indications today were that the governors conference Here next thursday would proceed along the lines adopted in the Mississippi flood disaster with the state executives being asked to set up local Relief agencies in the affected areas to serve As liaisons Between the states and the Federal government. 1,000,00 families announcing Bis decision to Call the governors late yesterday the president said preliminary reports indicated approximately 1 0001 91 Ftp families were affected together with livestock amounting to 13 percent of the total animal population of the country. In a Long statement surveying the situation. Or. Hoover said the situation was one to cause a great Deal of concern. A but it must be borne in mind a he added a that the drought has mainly affected animal feed the bulk of the direct human food production of the country being abundantly on hand. 7 -7 .7 77 7v. A nevertheless there will be a great Deal of privation among families in the drought areas due to the loss of income and the financial difficulties imposed upon them to carry their animals Over the Winter. Ltd people will respond a the american people will proudly take care of the necessities of their countrymen in time of stress or difficulty. Our first duty is to assure our suffering countrymen that this will be done that their courage and spirit shall be maintained and our second duty is to assure an effective organisation for its consummation Quot at the same time the chief executive asked acting chairman Bucknell of the red Grom to have organization prepare to relieve any human suffering. 77.7 Earl y trial for Bank Cas e s arraignments Wilt take place monday. 7/ r Bonds furnished t a of its i of % amp a Allison bows before Wood new yorker continues win-7-7 fling Streak. Southampton n. A. August 9 a 41�?continuing sensational winning Streak Sidney b. Wood. A re a it of new York Defeated Wilmer Allison of Austin. Tex. Davis cup Star in the final round of the Meadow clubs invitational Tennis tournament today. The scores of their five set Battle were 3-6. $-3, 2-6. $-2, �-4. Brazzaville French equatorial Alrica amp a Cotton is replacing rubber As chief crop of the Ubangi Shari Region of this Possession. It is similar to the Cotton grown in the in belgian Congo and is claimed to be Superior to the american product. Discards machinery to provide More Jobe Waukesha wire August 9 pm the City of Waukesha discarded main my Tauaa at its new to give work to 1 w look for a a he the Aba two. T Ives tans ukr at continued on Page 9 $12,000 is taken in Dayton Holdup construction company payroll seized by bombers. Do we propose to make commercial operations our objective and not to dissipate our energies in other Woodcock prohibition 0 ire Toj. ,y.-7.7 Rillwiittllllhllttm--&Quot-1 Quot Quot Quot i Quot i. A a a. Animals less vulnerable than Man to dangers of Long drought Laws of Jungle provide for dangers of drought Forest fires canse most dist Rem in dry season Dayton. Of. August shop for ing f. Milligan superintendent of the h. Blagg construction company and c. Wadsworth an employee to the curb Here at 9 50 a. M., three unmasked men seized the company s $12.000 payroll and escaped. The company employees were in route to pay workers on the new Ohio Bell Telephone company building Here. Two of the robbers jumped on the running Board of the company Auter Mobile stalling the motor and taking the keys. The third robber remained in automobile. All three of the men were armed. There were no shots fired. New i Kim in the tin it the into. Ult Mur �4 Ali tits m Tiri rat Ike h4 milk Kaif of in Taw a a the Hayath my Iba Baas Law Obay 7 a Ftp Taos a the Law of the Jungle a As Kipling told us in the second Jungle Book a which by far is the oldest Law in the world has arranged for almost every kind of Accident that May befall the Jungle people till now its code is As perfect As time and custom can make of the accidents that befall the Jungle Folk the two worst Are drought and Are but so nearly perfect is the code of the wild Den Lens of the Forest that they probably Are the least vulnerable not excepting to danger and discomfort from the drought. U.-7a Quot a 7>�7 a the animals have no thermometers a e. A. Preble biologist of the biological Survey says in an associated press dispatch from Washington. A they May Pant a bit in the Depths of dry forests when the Sun is overhead at noon but they do not get excited Over anything Short of actual Lack of food or however. Or. W. Bell director of biological investigations for the Bureau forecast a shortage of water and food for wild animals this year. Nesting Birds pitiable victims of Forest fires he said probably were Abler to escape because their Young were already on the Wing when the drought a i in. Fires in the great Eastern Woodlands have disturbed officials of the forestry service. Since january this year 1,301 biases have destroyed 46,270 acres of National forests East of the Rocky mountains while throughout 1929 in the same area there were Only 45$ fires which burned 12415 acres. Do Bell saw the possibility of harm from these fires to Deer squirrels rabbits raccoons and skunks and to ruffed grouse doves and Desens of species of Small winged creatures. A the greatest danger is that of a food shortage a he said. A it would result in concentration of the Birds in the least severely stricken spots and that would increase their peril ire natural enemies. It might also Etc it them to ruthless Hunting by men deceive about the plentiful Ness of a by the concentration in a sin or. Bell said ducks on the Northwestern Breeding grounds Teal and Mallard pintails scalps and canvass backs would suffer from food shortage if unbroken aridity in the next month should bring about a Scarcity of insects and water plants. But their Young Are beyond harm from temperature or fire he emphasised for the nesting season is Over. \ a a or 7-�?v-7 7-v�?v -1 Deer and Antelope in the far West also May be endangered by continued drought and heat he continued As they May have to travel far in search of water. A. ¿7 a a in general however will not be seriously or Bell said. A the reduction in species a not to be compared with the heavy death tolls among fishes will be confined to localities in which conditions Are extreme. Even in these Catt tired regions there will be no permanent depletion. V v a. The blog it added a every furred or feathered individual of the outdoors except of course the helpless Young is competent to meet such an emergency instinctively. Consider the perils they have encountered Ift decades and centuries of existence and consider the Law of the survival of the majority of the thinking things Over with Goudge by Calvin Coolidge Plymouth vow August 9�?because of an endless struggle against the elements for the necessities of existence it is natural to place great emphasis on material Prosperity. While that attitude is proper and Wise we Stilt should keep in mind that wealth is not an end but a Means. We need it Only for the use we can make of it the real Standard of use is not one of Quantity but of Quality not of Money but of character. Some Day a sufficient organization balancing productive output and consumptive need will give us economic emancipation. But we have not yet perfected the formula. To blame the government or business for All present imperfections is like blaming Washington for lacking railroads or Lincoln for ignoring aviation. Meantime we must live and learn. If we have unemployment it must be remedied if we have destitution it must be relieved. But the great realities do not depend upon Prosperity. Getting a living is not the most important part of life. We can be just As Loyal to our country just As devoted to our Home just As faithful to our religion without great earthly possessions. Even in Charity the widow s mite still outranks the greatest foundations of the merchant princes a -7777 7 7�? 7 7 7 7 7-�?t-77 copyright 1930. By the Mcclure newspaper Syndicate. Six new members of grand jury selected. The ten persons indicted by the Hamilton county grand jury As the result of the cosmopolitan Bank failure investigation Oil have provided Bond. All will appear for arraignment before judge Fred l. Hoffman monday at to a. Shortly after the return of the thirty two Tondt cements. Seven of the defendants appeared before judge Hoffman and accepted service of the indictment and warrant from sheriff William m Anderson. The other three were served saturday. The first to appear were Frank j. And Clarence Dorger accompanied by their attorney Broome Morris and Broome Barbour. Judge Hoffman refused to accept their previous Bond of $75.000, but stated that he would accept the same sureties and that Muf a Dorger named i defendant 20 times 1 Frank j. Dorger and Clarence Dorger Are named defendants 20 1 and 21 times respectively in the j indictments returned by the county grand jury. The times the others indicted were named defendant follow i Herbert Dorger. 8 Russell j Holmes. 10 Anthony Kun 2 a amp Neran b. Tillar 1 Benjamin f Davidson. 8 Jefferson o Hamu a ton. 4. And Preston Roberts 4. J the amount would be the same. The i same thing was done in the cases of Herbert j. Dorger and Russell it Holmes Bank officers who had been named in two previous indictments and had been free under $10.000 Bond. Bonds of $5.000 each were fixed for Charles b. Erhart and Anthony Kunz. Former directors and pm eran b. Tillar former assistant cashier. Judge Hoffman fixed Bonds for it Preston Roberta. Kemper Lane apartments Benjamin Davidson it. Mitchell. By. And Jefferson o. Hamilton. Covington at $$.000 each. These men Are alleged to have sold Stock in violation of the Blue sky Law. That the investigation 1� not closed so far As prosecutor Nelson Schwab and assistants. Louis Schneider and Dudley Miller Outcalt Are concerned. Was shown in a statement made by Schwab late Friday. Although the first investigation was concluded with the grand jury s report prosecutor Schwab indicated that he would proceed along another line. He stated that he intended to look into report made by officers of the Bank to the state banking department and the reports submitted by the state banking department to the cosmopolitan Bonk to determine if any irregularities existed in them. 8ix new men will be on the grand jury monday. F y a. Relief May come by sunday night greek vessel barns leixoe8, Portugal August 9�? it up a fire last night destroyed the greek Collier avg 2.283 tons Tafat the port a terrific explosion occurred on Board soon after the Crew abandoned the ship. There was no Ida of life. The avg recently arrived from Danzig bound for persian Porta. Bobby Jones will shoot some Golf Over one of Cincinnati a courses Atlanta a Pride will be Here August 20. Congressman Host a i. Meeting of Dover Hall club is scheduled. By Frank y. Grayson Quot Bobby Jonora. The world s greatest golfer will be in Cincinnati Wednea-��. Foursome Ore not quite so Wen known in Golf circles. Two of them at least can make a round in 297 if conditions Are favourable. A Sun elem Wilbert Robinson. Manager of the Brooklyn baseball club and ool to Huston former Cinci Natian and former part owner of the new York american league baseball club who in recent year Haa been a Vang the life of a Southern Riley on Shampney off the coast of Georgia will be to the game. The other militant figure of this quartet will be congressman William head. Who win be boat to the other three at the dub. _ Huston Promise to officers of the famous Dover Hall club an organisation of sportsmen to Oeor Gla near Brunswick will be held to the offices of attorney Joseph Hent Axmann who is the president of the Ball dub. Quot sport Quot Herman of Chicago and Tom White of new York the other directors will attend the meeting also. Bobby Jones will be accompanied to Cincinnati by Huston and r. J. Spiller. Who is the managing Der of the Atlanta Barnhill club of the Southern association. Jones is the president of the Atlanta club. There is a working agreement Between the Brooklyn and the asian club Turk 156, to a take to air Zaro Agha. 156-year-old Turk discovered by Ripley some years ago in world wide search for curious facts will be Ripley a guest monday night at the broadcasting eth Ion during the a a believe it or not half hour. Ripley Marco Polo of the at will relate some interesting facts concerning this old Turk at the conclusion of which he will introduce Zaro Agha to radio listeners. Hal Iii. Partly Cloudy and continued warn is forecast. No Early Relief from the heat or the drought was in sight saturday w. C. Devereaux. United states meteorologist in Cincinnati predicted partly Cloudy and continued warm weather saturday night and sunday. Devereaux said that the weather might become unsettled and somewhat cooler sunday night. The High temperature in ctn Cannati. Friday was 99. The Low Early saturday. 74. Twenty nine cities in the United states reported temperatures of 100 or More for Friday. The hottest spot in the country was at Cairo hi., where the Mercury soared to 106 degree. On August record for that City. Also a record for August was reported at Nashville tenn., where 104 was recorded. Nine cities in the Ohio Valley had temperatures of 100 or More. To discuss Relief milk aeon Watlan seeks the help i turns to liquor making i loses $300 As starter Friday a still Tea policemen under maj. Elmer o Neil arrived at the Home of Frank rom 32, 434�0 Normandy Avenue to in time to confiscate charged be was dismantling it preparing to move. Thirty nine barrels of Mash were destroyed. In police court 8eturdey. Rom Pise Dod guilty to possessing Tbs still and was fined g300 and Coats by judge Thomas j. Elliott rom told patrol Frank Kammer. William rate Tor ten Schmidt and that be had Bero h. B. Berning Secretary of the co operative pure milk association of Cincinnati saturday announced that a special meeting for members of the association would be held in the Assembly room of French Brothers Bauer company tuesday at 2 p. Some plan for provid tog feed and Hay at reasonable prices credit to the purchasing of them commodities for the Farmers hard by the drought will be discussed at the meeting. Be Rolong said that Many Farmers already had fed All their hey that wee stored for the Winter that their pastures were Burnt up end that Many been forced to sell their cows at Fieri fice air Lam he characterised the situation As critical and added that an Effort would be made by the it Stive a pure Muk association to alleviate the present dist Rem among the banners to this Section. No Tom thumb Bill the with

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