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Cincinnati Times Star (Newspaper) - August 18, 1930, Cincinnati, OhioQuot a Quot Ita Quot. It a a a ,. A a Mam the weather fair Fumm ult fair Lori 9rt my makes your Day Complete Quot two other Cincinnati afternoon paper hat the associated press dispatches vol. 81�?ho. 197 Ailt Nom rom. A Quot March s. Isis. Onti Halati monday August 19, 1990 Twenty four pages Cort. Can Osaw Ign re Watt. Edition a it pretty troubadours Ballyhoo for Oasis rout a buddies from court Street dugout National vice chairman addressing legion convention sounds keynote situation. A Burden should fall equally upon All citizens and All property a he says. Ohio sons who helped smash the Hindenburg line who. A ooh sol la min they Sang if this pair would Only s1x p Ani read a. A at a a As l. A it Al a a i l l. It. \ a a a a i a it a Ait a a a / a a a. Crashed in the St Mihiel salient fought their Way through the a Goone and drilled so dutifully in the army Cantonment twelve years ago Etc it a Cincinnati a a a. A a a a a a v the. American Region Dopart meet Ohio is Here thousands the veterans 191716 Are marching through the v / a a the hotels Are crowded. Tver bus and train brings new ar-1 rivals every hand hands and drum Quot corps Herald the presence As they paraded lobbies. -. Y a t a i i .1 my a a a a it / hotel room raid the f ormer soldiery t he w comrades in arms Are meeting together and reviving old times. A the american legion stands for f the principle Universal swirl be lit Tinte War there should to not a slacker not a prof tear Quot declared John Thom As Taylor Washington. I. National Leader in the legislative activities the american legion. Quot the Burden War should fall equally upon All citizens and a upon All property under this principle now recognized by Congress. There would be none who would profit by War none who would escape the burdens the Ranf Fly to. All the resources the nation would be provided for its defense and at the same time / this princ Lphr Universal a Erv ice will promote world peace. Nov Myers y. Cooper welcomed the delegates at the opening session in the hotel Gibson. He pointed out that while the legion stood for peace it also insisted upon adequate preparedness a. / monday s session was devoted to i consideration the subjects in which the legion is taking a vital interest such As child Wel fact. Rehabilitation National defense. A a a for the afternoon the feature the d War. Line March the line March follows from fourteenth and race streets South a race to Parkway East Parkway i to main South main to ninth passing reviewing stand at court-1house West ninth to Walnut. South Walnut to fifth East fifth to a main South main to second to Broadway and Down to the Coney Island boats. I a order Parade i the order the american legion Parade v monday afternoon Wras a follows a. Quot / a. A a Ltd police escort col. William Copelan. Commanding., military escort 147th infantry. Of n. O. Col. Hugo Rudolph commanding company g. 372nd Quot infantry. Capt. Jay w. Wilkins. Parade commander gliomas if. Morrow and staff distinguished guests Dudley White Ohio department commander j j. Snslavsky., Ohio department adjutant Porter h. Fosythe. Ghloe de-1 part mint treasurer Ohio soldiers and sailors Home band. First division Many pints Moonshine found. Detectives allege. Por making whoopee rum a popular song. For making whoopee for the visiting Legionnaire a program was. Prepared in Cincinnati which did not appear the official Calendar. In fact. It was quite unofficial. Just Between ourselves. It had something to do with beverage which contained More than half one per cent alcohol. However some the Brave liquor boys were not Content to whisper the name the spot into the ears the visitors Nad let it go it that. They were out to do Ruxine son a Large Seal. The police say. And they had much Faith in big add. Cards bearing the fallowing were scattered widely through the hotels buddies Welcome a buddies ? it Thea a ? a a a a ?. Dugout 126 East court Street. Of course nobody understood the question Marks not even the police. That s the reason a squad detectives invaded the Piare. Saturday night found 150 men singing a Sweet Adeline and arrested the proprietor and the Man who thought out the scheme establishing himself in a it convention will be the annual Partt de a. Of the Ohio l legionnaires and monday evening there will be an Outing the visitors at coned Island d american veterans in sniff in through the streets and world War. Cummon Ovule world War Hote Stem Ming ukes a. D. Alcorn command my j Hougil room the boys in he 1 grand army the Republic did. A �7 Little secret by sending a group the Parade will include nil branches. Of. _. Of Floc american legion. Department veterans. United Span hand and Uttz ring the location the big Ohio. It will Mart at 3 . From War a let ran Orvi dispensary Between Unes lilting fourteenth and race streets. Judge Arm it and Navy Union vet must have sit up nights to Thomas h. Morrow will be the grand rain foreign wars. Marine Corpa it Dot sgt olice it assert marshal and thousands former sol a. Doers together with is band and a second division score drum corps. Will take part. Kentucky department a Harvey Milton d. Campbell Cincinnati. National vice commander the legion. John Thomas Taylor Washington National vice chairman legislation for the legion the Rev George f Kettel National chaplain and Hanford a acne Lder. Minister to Canada and former commander the White department commander. Indiana department re Forest harness. Department commander West Virginia department a . James a. Duff department commander. I. A r. A \ v a a third division districts nos. 1 and a. Department National i leg Ion. Were among the Ohio vice commanders. Henry a speakers Dudley a White. Norwalk. I it Pieton and w. L. Deweese. Of. Cd minder the Ohio depart ment. Presided. It is expected that 15.000 delegates and visitors will come to Cincinnati during the three Day gathering which will come to a close tuesday. The session. Monday morning was opened with an invocation by the Rev. William p. Of Connor past National chaplain the american legion. Lloyd Zeller National president the �?�40 and 8.&Quot a society within the legion also extended i greetings and mrs. J. A Doyle president the american legion auxiliary. Spoke behalf the women s organization. Fourth division District nos. 3 and 5�?vire com Manders. Frank l. Humphreys and Harry e. Burkett. Or. Fifth division districts nos. 6 and 7�?vice com sol la i. They Tang. A Bow d you like to buy Tome Good liquor according to managing director John Horgan the 81nton hotel the songsters Clad in neat costumes attracted so much attention in Hla lobby that he notified the police. Detectives Patrick Hayes. Joseph sch Fer and Walter Carney went to the room about which the troubadours Sang so sweetly and. It is charged unearthed 280 pints Moonshine liquor. The officers arrested a Man who registered As Henry Ruhl 31. Tinner. 874 Franklin Street. Hamilton. O. The liquor was carted away to Headquarters. Manager Horgan declared monday that he enjoyed the girl s singing 1m Irenc a voc for notorious gangster from Here Lirisa fun iwo a ii i guided at Columbus. A Brief engagement Appeal Quot big top at Strong i a a at Ever. A a it r the circus is in town. A / a i the Sells Floto circus had pitched its big top the Cummuns Volle lot for a one Day stay. Monday. The circus never loses its Appeal to youth was evidenced by the crowd around the circus lot monday. The big show which is bringing Tom mix to can Clannah will give Only two performances. New scheme revealed plot 1q dynamite Penitentiary comes to Light. A a 7�?~.�� by r. A Forster a / bum c�rtaw9.4ff to Mem Sim Columbus August it that a notorious gangster said to be from Cincinnati. Is under questioning Here in the belief that he not Only had a part in. But holds the key to the to Lutton the Ohio Penitentiary fire plot which took 322 lives was Learned Here today from a reliable source. Of Good circus weather i Flety is however refused to Lucuas the 1 ugh tet. Fair weather will prevail monday night and probably tuesday. W c. Devreaux. United states meteorologist indicated in his forecast monday. He added that Here would be Little change in temperature during the next Twenty four hours the High est Point reached by the Mercury sunday was 88 degrees and the Low Point Early monday was 60 degrees. J �?��?��?��?�#ih4hl��n99�9 999�m�9999�iimi 98 8 9 �l�9 attachment suit a simultaneously the existence k new plot to dynamite set fire to the Penitentiary came to Light although officials likewise refused to comment this. The new scheme marked another chapter in a Battle Between the underworld and officials the careful and Stycn Latte pinning together the facts which now Promise the possibility bringing to Justice nearly a dozen convicts for causing the easter monday disaster proceeded today. I fire marshal Ray r Gill returned an attachment suit against the fity and charge. He de Sells Floto shows company owner a retd Hie investigation was making a circus to open in Cummin Aluc but insisted that premature monday was filed in common pleas publication the facts that two court Early monday by Charles h plotters. Including the City gang Mil . On behalf his father. Mer. Who Archean a held for question Harry mulch 2846 Observatory Road a bus City jail had in tie petition recites that the Terf erred greatly with the invest i plantiff obtained a judgment $500 raptors work damages against the circus in Lou tvs Llly by. In november. 1928, Dud that this sum has not been paid. The defendant seeks an attachment the entire and payment the $500 plus interest $867.25. Loyal Martin attorney for Miller said that his. Client at one time was through tiie whispering Tho a Grapevine a the surveillance by officials at the Penitentiary and the partial decoding some the letters which have been passing Between convicts and their outside confederates bring out the new details. It has been definitely Learned the Manders Sig l. Weisskerz and Louis a to a sely and had offers them an i engagement Lor this Winter. In police court. Monday the trial radio owe Sall to press would Cut out direct a a add broadcast the judgment grew out an in jury received while in the employ the show company. Three Burn to death in wreckage Auto c candidate to speak Chester s. Durr the Only former service Man the Hamilton county Republican judicial ticket has been selected to make the presentation governor speech tuesday night when to q a Are Given away during american legion convention Ball at Greys no ballroom. Music Hall. He was one the leaders the initiation the �?o40 and 8 composed world War veterans. Saturday night a / sixth division District no. 8 and 9 vice commanders Frank Hardin and Leo a Buciu. It seventh division District nos 10 and 11 vice commanders. A j. Cardwell and Max Daga. A eighth division District to. 4 a Vito rom Iander. Harold d Nichols. ,x./-/ t Ruhr was continued until tuesday. -. A / tile Case the a a dugout also went Over until thursday. The proprietor was registered As Harry Schoor 40, 134 thirty fourth Street Covington de Forest asserts this Field belongs to newspaper. A would repay debt a a a urges i i preparedness i a a a i Board members and i gov. Myers y. Cooper in his and f., a i dress sunday urged the legion Quot to j association Heads negotiate. J Lead the Way to disarmament but a a a 1 not to a Point which would leave us helpless before the attack a a r Mac n1der greeted. Hanford Macnider. Former commander the american legion and newly appointed minister to Canada. Host lie nation. Quot j the governor said president 1 j hoovers program naval parity 1 and disarmament is a great step f k i toward ending War. But added that Ros Given an ovation Wrhen he was in i Jim nil one who wow s produced by state commander Dudley White to the legion convention in Shnery auditorium monday morning. Quot the american legion today has Llhee largest paid up membership in its declared Mac no do a. To is doing a vast amount constructive work and is the largest and strongest veterans organization that Over has been formed. And in. Regard to the behaviour the members the american legion during conventions i wish to say Uhi it the legionnaires behave As Well a America to a state helplessness i such a program would invite the j cruelty War. Which the Amori a ran legion seeks to j pm. <1 my. I. Iii Ishii. Mother and three children die in farm Houa it fire Portales. N m., August 18�? a mrs. D. G. Horn and three her five children died in a Blaze which destroyed their form Home near Here better than three fourths the a mtg Drav Atwa negations that have in to my in in j _ steadily increasing and will grow be but Back Cooper and White Quot and while i am in the Home town Lof my dear departed Friend col. Fred Erick Galbraith i wish to pay a tribute to his memory for he performed it and valuable services to the and to his coat taxed Page 4j nominee will be endorsed by the Ohio anti Saloon league in the november election hut the organization will fight r. J. Bulkley democratic nominee in the race against senator Ros Coe d. Mcculloch according to c. D. Zellers Dayton District league superintendent she is paid More than Hoover she is the Wisest writers she belongs to the times Star therefore she belongs to by Morris d. Ervin Suff time Star Washington. August 18-agree-tn�nt in the terms repayment the failure which temporarily has held up a loan $175.000 from the Federal farm Board to the co operative pure milk association Cincinnati is expected to be reached today. Harry Hartke. Vice president the Cincinnati association proposed that the new loan be repaid next May. When first payment a the previous loan $1.000,000 becomes due and that the farm Board Grant an Extension credit Lor another year the first loan. Of Fonn Board facials although willing to go the limit in aiding the drought stricken members the cooperative pure milk association have been unwilling to accept Hartkens proposed terms. They feel that they have no Power to change the terms the loan made last May which Calls for repayment in ten years with the first payment not less than $175.-000 becoming due one year from data. Although today s scheduled meeting the farm Board was called off because Lack a quorum officials the Board plan to meet informally this afternoon for the purpose working out terms for the new loan which will prove suitable to the cab Cut Natl a loan $175,000 was asked last week so As to permit the needy among the approximately 3.500 member the Cincinnati milk association to Purchase feed for their herds. In Ottmo nth a re. She a faces raw facts fearlessly write to her above All read he daily beginning now Page 8 round in Casino play Newport r. A August la a George Lott jr., member the american Pavls cup Force today gained the third found the fourteenth annual Newport Casino in Vita ton Tennis tournament with an easy Victor Yover Jamas Van alien Newport go i-2, after receiving a first round Bye. Oddte Jacobs Baltimore aided by the draw kept Pace with the Iniez iat Kalist by disposing Henry Moore new York a in almost the a am decisive fashion h 8-1. Declares such programs Are undermining its stability j Toronto. August Lse up a the debt radio broadcasting to the i newspaper a is beyond All compute j Tion Quot . I be de Forest Pioneer in f Ventor told the annual convention the institution radio engineers which opened Here today. Decrying what he described As a the use broadcast for direct and blatant advertising Quot . De Forest delivering his address As president the Institute stressed the part the daily press had played in popularizing broadcasting. A radios debt to the newspaper for daily program notices program reviews and for the generous radio sections is beyond All computation. Unquestionably it was this astonishing interest the part the press in broadcasting during its Early struggling Days ten years ago which alone enabled it to survive those crucial years until an awakened popular interest made radio self supporting. Sincerely feel that the debt will be partially repaid Only Whan certain forms advertising most obviously ill suited for radio s medium go to the printed Sheet. A the influence radio the press now has become profound. While its inherent limitations never will it to supplant newsprint yet largely has eliminated extras Ariae flight results and has curtailment interest to l news. But radio has this limitation it must present its programs when the broadcasters choose and not when the listeners desire turning to the question broadcast advertising. Or. De Forest said that in his inaugural address last january he sought Quot to Point out a very real danger to the fullest usefulness and enjoyment which radio has Power to cooler a menace steadily growing greater. This he said was Quot the use the broadcast for direct and blatant advertising in larger add longer doses Quot if we consider the Prosperity the Industry he continued Quot we engineers dependent radio for our livelihood have ample ground for emphatic protest but there Are higher considerations the thought that Short sighted avarice it at work to curtail the usefulness the Bene licence radio in the Home to the school As a Means entertainment education uplift generally unless the evil u voluntarily cured we ire headed mra Glt for government r officer knocks look lord i out armed Man radio lights a it Al Shadow so mow re a i a it a this ten Ira blk Sines As it to. I7 f a arrests bedtime Stob to believe it not How to Rev err getting sick editorial so new took Dat it Day once Oves a Normandy Himes ring oct zoo season. A a. Tam Cross word Vesle. Dorothy Dix homemaker we women Yolk a baby and mine a everyday form ant Het. S a Dagger Quot a Dixie dlr gang lady Tkac Tirol. # latest in fashions. La the weather. To theatrical reviews. Is i Reeb. .14 Miracle sport. Is world wide news gleanings. 17 cradles w. Storm s financial a i i i 7 i him ten minutes after robbery report. Connected with the Cirrus and that plan to fire the Penitentiary to make possible a prison break through the North Gate was hatched but frus a rated. Authorities have been watching this with minute care. The plan fell through it was said either a through the stupidity the plotters through ear that the plot waa it. I Knoki to officials reports also came a to authorities today that a fund a $25000 was being raised by the under i world in various cities Tor defense convict who might be charged a with murder and arson. These re i Porta which also went through i Quot Grapevine Quot system had it that an outstanding criminal lawyer would be retained As chief counsel. Inquiry continued -. The two convicts who were removed 1 from the Penitentiary to City prison were being questioned further today a tree along a Highway four Miles u old tha them fourth phase amp Ger in oar Jared seriously. In. Veedersburg. In August 18�? Ipp two Young women and a Young Man were burned to death when an automobile caught fire after it struck ten minutes after he received the j a Jort a robbery Early monday patrolman Harry Lickert arrested a Man armed with a revolver Black a Jack and Black mask at Beckman a Street and Dreman Avenue. Lickert subdued the prisoner after a run fight. He was knocked out by Lickert a the patrolman is a former prisoner registered As John 8mith. 36. 515 Montgomery Street Covington the revolver and Blackjack were found in his pockets tie mask and a Cap were found stalled into the Back his coat. Smith was wearing a Felt hat when approached i by the Man giving it name As Frank a i Smith. 1900 glad Tonc Avenue told a j j i i Lickert that he was robbed $28 one suspended for drawing Dreman Avenue near Beekman Street advice the Vrans comics. It is z3 pistol Motorist. Wa8hmoton, August ib�?0� a prohibition agent Robert Myrtle Milwaukee has been suspended for five Days without pay for drawing a pistol a Motorist with Hcan he had become engaged in a Pera pal altercation Oyer traffic rules. The suspension was announced today by Amo w. W. Woodcock director prohibition who said a similar punishment had been meted out to agent Basil Quinn Washington p. A. For striking a Motorist in an arg monent Over right Way. The Myrtle incident occurred in Milwaukee july 29, Woodcock a Aid Myrtle left his automobile and attempted to arrest Willlam a. French while the latter asked him for his authority. Whereupon the prohibition director continued. Myrtle Drew his revolver and pointed it at French with toe Remato that the weapon was his authority. / a a a Woodcock said toe penalties we re to be Pons dered As an Effort to obtain resulta without too drastic punishment. He added he was making an attempt to build up Public respect for prohibition Egenite in which disciplining the agents for Misbehaviour Bolds an important part. A five Day suspension without pay carries a pecuniary Lone to the agent about $35. Myrtle a suspension will begin August 25. He desc Rcd a Man wearing a Felt hat. Lickert cruised the Neighb Ornwood in his automobile. He saw Smith who fled and Lickert deserted his automobile and pursued loot. Lickert overtook Smith who turned the officer. Lick Ort Terpok him a half Osen times with Hie Flete before he collapsed. A Smith refused to talk when questioned by detective chief Emmett d. Kirton. Kurgan ordered his photograph and Finger prints taken. Police were unable to Rind prank Smith after to arrest no such address could be found Gladstone Avenue. Kirgan wants him to Call at detective Headquarters and look at John Sod the. Nam Namom South Here Early today. The dead Julia May Eckhart 19/ Burk Creek Opal . 19. Of Frankfort and Blaze Metzger Lafayette. A a a. Trumon Cline Camden a fourth Kamenier to toe car was severely burned and is in a serious condition the Accident occurred while the party was returning Home from a trip to Nashville Tenn. Village Section Ohio Village destroyed by fire 1 Willard o., August is tax a a the entire business Section North Fairfield seven Miles from Here was in ruins today the result a fire yesterday which destroyed eight buildings valued at $40,000 fire do pah menu from Norwalk. Greenwich. Pts Mouth. New London and Willard battled the flames for hours. Buckeye club meeting weekly adre saes to the Buckeye club members by specialist talkers will be resumed at toe club luncheon. Tuesday noon in the italian room the hotel Gibson it was announced monday. Roberts de8. New Hail sports writer will be the speaker. By Bill axes. Despondent August 18�? 4p a in health. A a retired org t. Fanner shot himself to death r 1 Quot causes Many a death 1 Daniel Fromm 81. 888 Slanwood Avenue construction worker for the Byrnes con Way company. 808 Mata str Tot died at Good Samaritan Hospital late sunday. Of injuries received. Friday when he was kicked in toe stomach by a mute. The animal which was being used in can amp rust Lon in toe Loveland Madeira Rood had developed a sore leg. And Flamm was endeavouring to Load it Talo a truck with a View taking it to the zoo when the Accident erred. Tax Driver robbed Edgar Skirvan 184 Ward Avenue Bellevue taxi Driver woe mugged and robbed 11040, saturday night at fluto Street and Weeton an cab at four gave the authorities information which substantiates that already a in the hands the in investigators. The it Ether who is the City gangster is said to have refused to talk although he has been questioned almost continuously since thursday night. It is said to have been definitely established that the convict who fired the fuse causing the gasoline blast died in the fire. It also has been definitely established it is reported that the mad who made the gasoline Container to which the fuse was attached is alive and is in the Penitentiary. Whether authorities have enough information at this time to put this Man trial is not known. Gill said today that the two men would be held at City prison until they have their Complete stories Hope getting a them is lost. / a. Gill Joseph Clear an assistant and several others went into conference at noon to decide an immediate course. Both Gill and Clear said the information Given out by Columbus police had made the investigation More difficult and might even cause it to break Down. First word that tos men were being questioned at the City jail they said came from the Day turnkey. A thinking i i things ovtj3 4 by Calvin coot Dak. A Jort Hampton mass., August 18�?one the most powerful influences in retarding Busi Ness recovery is fear. While some can Aff Ord that luxury to Many others it Mearis Lack work and / Teal suffering. A it a. the salary camera and the wage earners fear discharge and loss income having seen others discharged they fear they will be next. Anticipating such a calamity they buy Only the Bare necessities and save again it possible unemployment this is the usual flow commodities and results in Vigfus Circle smaller ,.jesg people employed and Whf Eit buying Power. A a. A v / already some have Anno fim de that they win not reduce wages. That is file they Fin fsr work Vahit Oitim at and natural readjustment Are the Only Complete emedies Busi a Ness rec Yery improvement pm be made m two ways. Players Post notices that there will be a More a a a for cause. Another suggestion a Eady let All who can give work at least u acute conditions require drastic individuals and stockholders will be we those who need it now. So ving people is Mote saving Money. Our property must support res leg i pm Phasic try to help it than t a

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