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Cincinnati Times Star (Newspaper) - August 19, 1930, Cincinnati, OhioVol. 91�?ho. 199 legion enters of Quot Saki favour Day completed soothe Roncin afternoon ppm a hit the aug Cutch part. Dust Tchet Dault a a to a a a Wam Iati tum Day to Root 19, 1990 thirty two pages �s.0 s.0 12c business meeting discusses i child welfare program. Cleveland selected convention to end with Ball a tuesday night r v Auto As victims face edition april fool pistol Man Roifes grocery employees into icebox. Top of the the Altaj business session of american legion. Department of Ohio vis held in Emery auditorium. Tuesday morning and the convention will come to a close with a Ball in the Greystone ballroom music Hall tuesday night. A a a Vav /. Cleveland was chosen As the place for the 1931 convention.,reports of committees on child welfare and rehabilitation of former service men were submitted at to re meeting. Tuesday morning and. There was a Velv contest Between John Wood Eldon Cleveland and Frazier reams a Cruiser automobile Toledo for the potty of state apprehended Mander. A you got me Quot he says Quot \ a a f \ it charge of robbery is placed against prisoner. A a a a a a a it r a a. The formidable appearance of a revolver in the hand of a Holdup Man convinced the Quot Butcher and the Mam Ater of a Kroger grocery at Franklin and Courtland avenues. Norwood Early tuesday that it would be the better part of Wisdom to heed the a v a a it i Mvi / i a ill i i a i v of Guh a amp let s command and retire into the ice Box while he emptied the Cash Register the men Atril gun a few moment later exerted such a powerful influence upon tote occupants of a automobile that hey allow eds possessor to Commadeen Ihler car in trying to escape a r a a a. A after a wild Pursuit thou gov no it detectives in their new the Man was surrounded by a by a it was Learned tuesday morning raised ills hands while they searched that Dudley a. White manager and his person. Imagine their Surprise editor of the Norwalk it of reflector when the weapon they were seeking drawn guns he meekly raised while they search his person. Imagine their. Surer Herald and commander of the Ohio turned up i to be not w a Ftp steel department who a been presiding Blue revolver but a to it pistol the Over the sessions at the convention recently telegraphed to senator Smith w. Brookhart. Iowa denying tire senators charges in regard to legion conventions and inviting Brookhart to come to the Cincinnati convention a and see for the Good work done at the riveting of the delegates and alternates wire to Brookhart White Eaid tuesday1 when i Law a Brook Hart s stuck on legion Quot conventions. I sent him this Telegram a the 38 000 of Ohio invite you to attend their convention in Etc ii Iati. Where you can see 1.400 delegates and alternates working with thorough Devotion on the problems of rehabilitation child we 11 arc and Community service and presenting a picture entirely different Troni your misrepresentation of the legion a of received a letter irom senator Brookhart. In which he said he was glad to hear that Ohio was such a Fine state but was sorry that it was impossible for him to come to our continued on Pago 22. Auxilia balloting Quot legion women lasting Voles for president of body. Plaything of a child the prisoner registered As James he Arrie. 36, Chicago and was charged with robber Quot i t a a or a a. Quot Voy got ire said after his arrest locks ice Box entering the store at the Southeast Corner of the intersection and a lifting his gun at the manager. Roy. Graeser Stanton Avenue and the Butcher. Milton Adams. 1932 inv cry Avenue came forced them into taif ice Box. Securing Fth door with rope from the outside a Sim a a Dar piece of rope and Sloff which j lie had taken from the Cash Register were found in his pockets when he a. Was a premed. A customer attracted by tire Calls of Graeser. And Adams released Thoni irom the ice Box shortly after the Bandit had disappeared v fleeing East on main Avenue. The robber noticed a machine following him. He stopped it and leaped to the running Board. The car we bet driven by. Mus Clara Decker a of a millinery note it 2088 Sherm Avenue. No Wood. Tire other Segger w a Ralph Erlick. 4407 Franlel in it treet l e a p s to it her ath member of faculty of Riverside school ends life. At Atlantic City cause for act contained in dispatches. I f. % it efforts were being made in Cincinnati. Tuesday to learn Deli of Yie a death sunday in Atlantic City. I j. mias May Hulick 34, Public Ahbol teacher. 221 a Fiken Brume Avenue associated Prapa dispatches stated that miss Hulick ended her life by leaping from the fifth ambry <5f the Beach front hotel. Re v. A Ltd the body has been sent to Morristown. N. J. For burial where the parents or. And mrs. Georgc w Hulik. With whom mum Hulick had How a Vineyard became a charming y Cincinnati suburb give Dale see Page 14 i j pfc to of i articles by. Charles i Ludwig on Hamilton j county a wonderfully. Quot dead hoping a suburban a a y youth Kil l de in Auto crash mystery in ending of body is % quickly solved. Stolen a machine. Apprehension of one of companions aids police. Ite election of Schneller a a re r r new Republican committee to meet wednesday. Been living in Cincinnati were visit r tag relatives. Fred Schneller. Chairman of ii Republican Central committee Jas been a mgt Ber of the faculty at the a called a Nee Tang i that body for Riverside school. Leland Avenue and wednesday at 8 p. at Republican Headquarters 125 Kast ninth Street the committee consists of 890 precinct committeemen elected at the primary last week a a they received their certificate a it of election from the Board of election. Tuesday following compleat Loinaz the official count. The metello is for the purpose of organizing for the ensuing two years. A is expected that Schneller will be or she old Charm a. The other of Killip Icen Are Perd Bader or Secretary _ Ualk Patterson treasurer and Paul Quot in a charmer. Vice chairman they i i for several years miss Huluk had Riverside drive where she taught in the kindergarten at the close of the school year Early in june she left with her Parent for Atlantic City no cause for the woman a Jean was Given in the news Dos patches. A. I. A Ltd a Rescue efforts a a Steamer faces storm Low Coal Supply we the probably will All be re Ericc cd =33= votes wer being cast for two presidential candidates at the meeting of the american legion auxiliary department of Ohio. Tuesday morning in the hotel Linton ballroom. The a. Candidates nominated by. The com Liftee were a mrs. A w Lawrence vice president. Fifth District nor walk. A and mrs. R h. Jackson department chaplain no Leo Nyrtle a mrs Jay Pat Terson of a shh he a it was nominated a Namu oppose Lipin to succeed herself a department treat a user a -. A it a the contest for the individual of Tai Hong the greatest number of members proved a lie. Mrs Hazel Slater miss Bertha relay Fostoria 103 members each. / each was presented a Check with the privilege or exchanging it for an auxiliary ring if preferred the music committee t by mrs. Arthur Clark. Medina i bounced that the prize for the beat auxiliary Long had been awarded Tyft Lasley Ashland. she was presented a Check her song will be adopted by the Ohio department a plea for Nati dial a a use and a denunciation of Pac Fuis is made by mrs Donald Mcrae. Des Moines. La., r National president of tie auxiliary. A the american legion stands for adequate National Desense As peacetime insurance Quot declared mrs Mcrae Quot these person who talk of disarmament Aren t foresighted being unprepared fever has kept us out of i War. As we sorely realized in the last conflict. J the next time let us Send the Par i fist s of cart he t cd it first so they May realize this Folly. Don t raise the red Flag m peace and the White one in War a a a a fora mys. Mcrae also paid tribute to the nurses who served in the War. And suggested that women disabled or incapacitated during the War be cared Llor. She also suggested More emphasis upon caring for the families a of the disabled men. Mrs. Hugh marry department chairman of National defense also for preparedness. At thi juncture the session was interrupt cd by a visit from Dudley a let Norwalk. O., retiring depart it commander who announced it the 1931 convention would meet Cleveland. T Milton Campbell Cincinnati a local vice coi Manber. Commended the auxiliary upon Iti initiative in the matter of child Wolf arc and of bring Back patriotism into the hearts of a men when they returned from know they Are follow ing so win Yrtle with you Quot the Rol shouted As he jumped to the running under the spell of the California girl leads women in air Derby Hyde win head i Wellington. No z. Aug is 19- i Abs the norwegian freighter. Peny born. Which went to Aid distressed uner Tahiti in the South Paciuc this week was itself in danger today the lrelghter., carry ing sugar from Cuba to Auckland is now running Short of Coq and is afraid to face an on coming Southwest Gale it must Battle to read la the new zealand port i it. The vessel is endeavouring to reach Suva in the of this. For Reco Ahng a Misa. Pecker drove at top Speed Falls for police meantime several Telep Lione Calls. Had been received by Sergt Henry in Piepmeyer at polic Headquarters about the robber Arcoui patted by defective Lee Kiley and patrolman Hugo Sauerland Piepmeyer boarded the Cruiser and started in Pursuit of the lug Tulve 4 tie Chase proceeded South ii main Avenue and turned West on Delaware Avenue. Here the officer s saw. To Etc automobile some distance Down Tny Street come to a halt. In a moment the officers had surrounded the car. The robber bad his right hand in his pocket but has ruled to draw his Quot weapon Quot k he surrendered without resistance the police had arrived just in time to hear the robber Tell miss Decker and Erlick to get out find one entrant Loees Way on 1 third Lap to Phoenix Ariz. Gen Igny. Mat cell Doret of France arid Marshall Pietro Colombo Topf Italy a cot Charles a Lindbergh. Capt Frank Hawks and rear Admiral Richard a Byrd arc among the prom a i Poenix. Art. August 19�?i.?�?T, american aviators invited to attend. A. Appointed chair of fun of Natiw a Al committee by president. J Washington. August 19-.4� a Arthur English girl threat in Tennis tourney lands blazing plane. Four pay eng Erja. Pontiac. Mich aug list w to while his four Pajger prs one of a them a Quot woman primed Kira acid themselves with fire Orgun gushers. By Liard Tawson. 22. A Bay Civ. With of Cir Radii in planes on the St Art ing line file it infants ii the women National air Derby signal today to take off on Tny fourth Lap of the nine Day race from Long Beach cal., to Chicago sixth in try it. Mis Ruth Barron. Hollywood. Ca�., overshot by 110 Miles the finish line of the third Lap yesterday and frantic efforts were being made to repair her Plenc in a Cornfield. 40 Miles South of Holbrook in time for her to reach Here by 9 a. A. When the race will continue. The standing of the contestant at and the close of the first 400 Miles of flying that they would find their car in a was compile eco unofficial Lyas Fdl loks j Heah Ciao Slagle and miss Florence three hours. Ltd a it a i j dams in 4he a not Seattle officers were told by residents the called to Rawson near the grocery Tjit they had no i no a a a Owan rtt. In. Is juju while the Pilot dropped. Looking tired came a hanging around there iu1� a a by a for a Landing place. Slagle miss. A Mawri Riuz a a he wat and the other passengers to Eurge rain it us Art sign i. A # commons and boots fled Ward a a Fri an cd i. In a a in a Riff. Up citing rioters and kept the seconds ahead secretan arthurm Hyde was appointed by president Hoover today As Ehi Yinhan of the National drought Relief a Bennt tech a a tie head of the agricultural department already has moved to Kami or that Farmers Wilt get the Benefit of occupants fight fire. Reductions made on freight Shiji Ruenta i. Grain in various sections Havig Mir Higah Pilot Waves la itself and a list Stu Ted count s agents in affected regions to much Atid report on the v a a to finding Betty Quot show Well in first round. A a 11 a Tiit a a prison for Man who wounded boy we Tom defendant waived jurors. Trial situation the National re if committee is to co ordinate Federal a to Vitlo a for co operation with the groups being set up m stricken states. The Moy uni Fps of teen Ftp drive Stock Mich 1 Pilot yesterday safely landed into drought at fit a gov areas will re a burning air plane from a height of to ctr immediate attention. The agr or feet raw son was faking the passengers from Cleveland to Bav City near discovered rites. Other eur ludic a department agents have been charged by Hyde to look to then. Teress of the Fanner in watching a pvt Pika t Ion or t he j. D need ship Prift an hour before he. Police chief Thomasjv in fee. Mayor Harry h. Baker and service director Carl r we Nze a complimented Sergt. Piepmeyer and the other officers on their Quick work in arresting the robber. A a Quot a a woman frightened a it was All Over before i realized anything unusual was happening i certainly was miss Decker thus summed up her a a sat Imp. Tuesday after the experience of a hymn her car full Speed through traffic with a robber of the Runng Board. her Lue with the revolver. Quot i noticed a Man running toward my car miss Decker said Quot bul did t think much about it until he leaped in. Stating that he was Foft jog a robber. Immediately another own ran up and jumped upon the running Board with a pointed revolver in his hand. A a a move Over. I Vamp to you both covered now a la thax no said. And ordered me to drive As fast As i caged As he knew Tulve Post face were after hlm.�?T, mis Decker Slid Liat she obeyed his command almost without thinking about it and is More frightened after it was All Over than during the excitement. It. F bodies of missing couple found in Auto suicides Medicine hat. Alts. August 19 Adam Snyder a married Man a old Minnie Sturm 4ie-St october in Snyder a car Quot were thought to have Elo fled. Bodies were found by e rider. A lying in the car which was from View in a Mountain a i Rte beside them said they Poison together. A in. Power dams opened to save lives of fish Tiffin. . August 19�? pm Power dams of the Ohio cities water company above Here have been opened to save flab which have been perishing by thou Aandy in a Gre tii by River which Becaum of the drought i at the lowest on record. Abilene kan., August 19�?</p a while mrs. J. E. Ltd fila. A 3 Farmer s wife was milking a cow r last night lightning and four others nearby. Mrs. Landis was uninjured. Woman unhurt when lightning kills cow a which she is milking r accused of dying father of girl he wished to court Clarksburg w. Is. August 1� ins Wall Marks forty one year old coat r Iner. Is in the Webster Spring jail held on a charge of having slain Grover lesson 46, when the latter refused the Miner permission to court lesson s fifteen year old daughter. Marks la alleged to have shot lesson three times. He was a Roomer at the Home of lesson who Wae the fatties of �?�5 Ciz v i Falls Len v forty miss Doig won tie afternoon Lap yesterday completing the flight irom Calexico. Cal., the noon control in 1 hour �j3 minutes 20 seconds just 40 seconds quicker than did mrs o Donnell. Mrs o Donnell previously had won the morning Lap irom sail Diego to Calexico an the first Lap from Long Beah to san Diego lbs Stewart the last finisher Here was allowed closely by b. F. Lei Nuch. H race official. Who had Given the women Twenty my Futics Start. He said he had not sighted miss Barron who Liao trouble getting her motor started in Calexico and when she failed to arrive within a Othet hour a search was begun. Last night miss Barron telephoned race officials she had missed Phoenix although flying within fifteen Miles of the Airport and made a forced Landing because of a clogged gasoline line. She hitch hiked her Way to Holbrook. Preparations were made to Send a Jaie carrying Nitt and a Mechanic to her assistance. Cyst Mcday. Afternoon4 flight Over scorching deserts and rugged mountains. Is one of the worst listed for the fliers. The women said intense heat was experienced Between Calexico and Yuma. Ariz. But otherwise flying conditions were Good. Miss Barron by her mistake added a Une of the worst flying country in Arizona to her trip. 8he flew Over two 5.000-foot Mountain ranges and penetrated a District usually considered inaccessible by plane. She said the Field in which she landed was Muddy but the believed she could take off from it without mishap. A to Welcome notables Chicago August 19�? pm an Armada from the South and Southwest will Fly from.8t. Louis Friday for the Welcome to famous flyers entered in the neti bal or races. A Squadron of 80 planes privately owned will gather in St. Louis thursday for the Man Euver. The Armada la due Over Chicago s Loop at noon where it will join squadrons of army Navy and Marine corps ships. Below the visiting famous flyers of America end Europe will be escorted Down ticker tape Lane. The foreign invasion is composed of flight Lieut. Atcherly and panic a of great Britain Oapl Frits Lohse of flames out of the Bablin after dropping 2.500 feet. Re son saw that the Blaze was growing More serious and landed at. Once barely missing a hedge Fence. A Ipp Mha utes after the five left the plane it was wrecked by a gasoline . Except for scratches due to their hurried exit the occupants of the plane were unhurt. All of the passengers live in Bay City. A a army flyer killed Honolulu. August 19 in a Lieut Maurice m. Works was killed yesterday i the fall of an army Pursuit plane he was piloting. When trouble developed. Works attempted in emergency Landing but the plane was wrecked and the Pilot s neck broken. He was 29 years old. Members of the National corp Milter wiil be chairman Legge of flip Federal farm Board. Pau bestir fed re i Arm loan con Mats Slonic Roy a Young governor of the Feti eral Reserve Board John Barton Payne chairman of the american red Cross r a Aishton president of the american railway association. Ogden Mills under Secretary of the Treasury and Henry Robinson president or the first Tohal Bank of los Angeles. President Hoover announced the Hyde appoint mint. Saying approx Marieb Sjoo counties were now embraced within tie where co notions Are regarded by Relief serious. The real Burden confronting tie stricken Farmers lie said was not expected to to reached before next Winter. His statement said latest reports continue to show that the drought Wax severe and that Rains had tin proved conditions Only in non acute areas. Quot Michael j a or Urnal Umal no a ktrvli�1 stroll writer a Forest Hills n a. Aug isl 19 a a Quot Beau Betty convicted Oil the charge of shoot ing with intent to wound a 13-year-old buy August Meier 61. 3834 Columbia Avenue was sentenced to the Penitentiary of one year by judge Frederick a Holman tuesday. Meier waived right of a jury and the Case was submitted to judge Hoffman who found Meier guilty \ according to Louis f. Britten assistant county prosecutor Stewart f. With site 13.3836 Columbia Avenue. I ring in they try at the boys Home and several Osiier youths were play a Mcgirr shouted or them to step making Tibiae. Quot if you idol t Stop i a a shoot the Wilhoite boy i it and that meter declared the boy. Subsequently was shot in the forehead 22-calibre Rifle y a. A nutria in Quot is the cry Switij a which reverb rates through the Forest i fan i. I. A we. Netted that he had threatened the is stadium today As the thirty Voutir it said that he had not intended to harm him. He asserted that he fired into the air., Ltd survivors in 4he forty third annual j\a%i6i Al women s Tennis Chain pion#l>ips., Resonie play in the dec. Ond . A a a a .&Quot.�?�. To for seven Long years the cry was beat help i wills Quot but with Littfe real. Hope in it to in re is a ring of Hope Hok Ever. I of Tkv new rallying Call. Format least a half a dozen of the a stars Case of missing who survived Thror first round tests wife says he. Has been my. It is a cheer urging them Onward Tok a. A. Further a m to Quot re a a Quot a Quot. Rosc lately. Betty looked Good yesterday. A t a a trouncing Louise Mcfarland of Pasa things Over with co Dudge. By Calvin Coolidge Luport Hampton muxs., August 19�?�our own a interdependence and that of the rest of the world is emphatically exemplified by. The present unrest in India it has not Only affected out direct Trade in that Region but by reducing Indian imports of manufactured goods from England has reduced our Sale of raw materials that would go into such goods and by injuring British business has lowered its general purchasing Power for our other exports while we have every sympathy with the aspiration Tor self government we realize from the historical development of our own institutions that self govern sent can not be conferred upon one people by another people but must be acquired by Long and painful experience. It is Only of gradual growth through Many intermediate grades none of which can be omitted. When India is unified educated and equipped for self government it wit come with Benefit to All copy erred. Y at present the problem is How the people of India can Best be helped to Progress along that pathway. It undoubtedly the British Empire furnishes them with guarantees of order and stability which ate their first requisites in working out their own destiny. Meantime Hope lies in such an adjustment of governmental and Trade relations As Wlsh insure domes in Tranquility t copy right 1990, by the Mcclure newspaper Syndicate Dena 6-0, 6-1. In the first Roond she hit harder her service was More severe her backhand was greatly improved Over her performances Here in 1927 and 1929. But she is no Helen wills. Queen Helen would probably have smothered mix my far Lane with the loss of perhaps half a dozen Points in each set. Quot a a a. This afternoon Betty meets a rival who May Well Force a her ter drop More than one game before she dually comes through the Victor. In mrs. Agnes Lamme. . the Apa Amu climb. The English Star opposes a Veteran of the courts. I Tilden wins again y tie whereabouts of or s. Whetstone 51. Dentist 980 Elberon Azemie Price Hub. Who left his Home saturday night i what Hli wife described As a Quot mentally unbalanced state was still a mystery tuesday. Police detailed to search for the its Vang it fun had no clue ast of his where Aioli a. A 4 y r the Dot St a wife. Mrs. Margaret whets Toiv said tuesday that he had met to Nanrue reverses and that Dur a tag the last week he had been Brood i the to Osterv itis Axl l n jury cart sunday of w Ilham Gay Hart. 17 1205 Martin a Streel Wax Lvi a. Tes Dayr when in text Ivy Swir j Ham Sweeney Charles diera a by rested a youth registered As Peck Walker. 17, 393 Oregon Street. 1 Jayhari died at. The general Hqa-plt�l., Early tucs Daj without regaining cons it Lou next site was. Found near the wreck of an automobile a a Duck a Creek triad Hix Skull was Ira cured he was a Den lied at the Hospital late monday by his Mother mrs. Anna . Police immediately started a a search of two youth who had Beer seen to flee from the wrecked car a a a a a v. Questioned by detectives. Walker said that he add and Thor youth had stolen a car Early Shird a a night. The car was the proc Rev of Harry Stuhlberg. 225 Northern Avenue. Avondale shortly after Midnight they met Gayhea t and a girl on third Street. They went to Pav Hart a Home and drank Beer he skid. To tip a the girl was taken to her Home at second and Broadway. The Driver of the Carl who h. Not been apprehended asked Walker and Gayhart to drive to Sharon ulc with pm. a curve an Duck scr k Road the car skidded of a turn and crashed into a tree. When Walker and his companion found Talta Gayhart had been injured they dragged him from the car. When they tailed to Stop several Aritomo Biles they walked to w car line and went1 Home agreeing to keep still about the Accident a a. A Gayhart bore a Fine reputation. In the neighbourhood in which he lived saturday evening he was. At the Home. my amps Theresa Geyer. 17. 1247 Martin Streett miss go yer sister and a Friend. Miss Evelyn lamp Igner 119t Martin Street were present. Gayhart Svlvester Sta gtd at miss of Eyck s Home until her Parer its returned. After talking to then for some time he left saying that he would have to stay alone that night Psi hts Mai other was visiting a brother. He also commented that he believed he would get something to eat before gom Gwo Bod. That was the last sort of. Hartr a Htu ups body apis found v. A detectives Diers and bwe ency Weng to Sharonville tuesday in an Effort to locate the Driver of the car. Walker police say. Will be turned Over to juvenile authorities. / a despite injured hip 1 i. Newport. R. I. August 19�?</p Wilmer Allison. Davi cup doubles player was the first player to enter the fourth round of the fourteenth annual Newport Casino invitation single Tenn play Here today when he scored an easy 6-3, 6-1 Victory Virr Edward Jenkins of new York. Bill Tilden tenderly nursed his injured hip during his Twenty sex game match with John 8. Milieu husky new York youngster and by applying pressure at the proper time gained an easy Victory by 8-6, 7-5 to move into the fourth round with the other leaders. Johnny Van Ryn. Another Davis cup. Player reached Liat bracket by defeating Dave Jones of new York in an extra set match. 3-6,-6-1. 6-3. A Quot weather to remain a Cool is forecast a partly Cloudy and continued Cool weather for tuesday night and wednesday was predicted by w. C. Deveresux United states meteorologist Ingin Donatl tuesday. The highest tempers Ture monday was 78 a Grees. The Low temperature Early tuesday degrees. Seeks to Issue Stock Columbus o., August a up a Tlle j. 61 b. Jackson company of buyer county which proposes to operate steamship and Tow lines 00 the Ohio River asked the tata utilities com Mission to authoring the Issue Noe 01 800 Shors of common Stock of $100 Par value Anil 360 shares of preferred of 1100 Jet of kor a Quot a a a Quot lie would come horse in the evening and Pace up and Down in his room Loc hours a mrs. Whetstone said Quot his attitude / became morose All our friends noticed the sudden change. Once when he refused to cat. I told him that he would go crazy if he did not pull hit self together. And he replied t am crazy already a a a. A a Whetstone was last seen saturday at 8 p. M. He had gone Home for dinner and after pacing the floor restlessly for some time declared that he was going out for a drive. Two hours later let is wife received a special deliver Tetter informing her that she would not see him again and that she might and the automobile at seventh and Plum streets. Alarmed by the contents of the note she hurried to the Corner mentioned where she found the car. It was the last Trace that has been found of the missing dentist. In the special delivery letter Whetstone complained that his practice was f ailing and Quot that he could t see where he was doing any Good to anybody and was going to get he advised his wife to sell his office and the automobile and declared that while he was Quot sorry to leave Quot the course he had chosen seemed the Only Way out of the difficulty. Whetstone is the father of two children. A son 9, and a daughter. 16. axed Gardener kills a three tries to and life Atlantic City. N. A August 19 pc pvt three persons Ware killed in Plessant Vule. N. A today by a Man said by police to be a erased Gardener. He turned the weapon pm himself but failed in an attempt to end is own Ufa. The dead Are a 68>yaar-old woman. Mrs. Parr at whose Home the shooting occurred and bar sifter and slays bartender fights 25 officers until subdued Chicago. August 19�?</p a a Man. Shabbily dressed killed Ike Ratkin. 45-year-old bartender fought off 25 policemen who cornered him m the West Madison Street Saloon and surrendered Only after a barrage of tear bombs had been Laid against tha place. A a a a a a a Columbus. August 19�? it up it a a Send. Bus operators asked the state utilities commission for permission to extend its lines by Way of Covington. By. And Cincinnati to Cleveland and to abandon one of its 4wo line Between Columbus and Pittsburgh let Case a set for hearing september 4 is am weat waa i believe it of not How to my vent Settino sice. Editorial Ftp new Youl Dat by Dav once Over Tood Rice a code it chatter seen on the i Dorothy Dix homemaker we Omen. La Vuot no news. Who Yramb. Is Stop a advice to t known. We Omar Al a wee. R

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