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Cincinnati Times Star (Newspaper) - August 28, 1930, Cincinnati, OhioA Cloudy pro a a a him a a Ltd a a in Toni Dkl or talk act. Makes your Day Complete Quot a no other Cincinnati afternoon paper Haa the Alao cited Presa Oia patches Vot. A in to. Aoe dolt a cart a of cd Patio Sci a cd act to r Quarck a int. Ohio innate thuss Dat �8, 1880 forty pages �5s. 2c it to n nit ran �12c edition safety Ules air races officials act to prevent Repe. Tuition of fatal crash. No stunts Over crowd elected new g. A. R. Leader with Flower youth honors valor and age Cincinnati Man Jacob Secrest senior vice commander. Convention near end All mane vering must be done Over open Field. A veterans to be taken to Coney Island for Outing. War movies of 332nd infantry to be shown i at reunion saturday twelve reel of motion pictures a taken by Uve signal corps photog j Raphers during the world War. J showing the 332nd infantry in act lion will be shown at the regl f mental reunion in Springfield saturday. This regiment which in trained at Camp Sherman. Chilli a Cote. O., contained a number of Cincinnat ians both of amp cers and f r enlisted men. A. 77 a capt William Robbins. Spring i Field chairman of the reunion committee was in Cincinnati j thursday. Arranging for the affair. He visited at the office of capt. A Richard Dickerson former assist f r ant unit states attorney and a i i former officer of the f j Robbins said that the pictures i will be shown the Quot regiment at a Camp Sherman. Camp Perry f England. France and the Staffan i f front during the world War. The i a. Jewell. It. Morgan. Col., 1 Curtiss re y n Olds Airport thursday a elected commander to Chicano August 28 new chief of the grand. Army of the re a safety. Hujcs went into effect at a he. Public. Jacob Secrest Cincinnati past t National air times. Today. the re a commander of the Ohio g a. A. Was suit of the acid Cut which Cost two elected Semor vice Coin Mander of they lives yesterday ,77777 Nat Nav Drga Rtiz Atlon 1 v in Hopes of preventing any further. The election took place a the close tragedies such occurred when a of the morning session of the he racing Naty pirate Feu near a hundreds campy Cut. In the hotel Gibson. A of Spectator court Tyr Coroner her tote of 451 votes were cast of which. Man ordered two a Largo 226 were needed for election Jewell blocks of a a chefs Cinie la in Down received a pts a. Quot but alter the other or left unoccupied. Quot a a 7�?o four candidates retired fro the race the it bleachers Are near the Pylon Liis election was declared unanimous where racing planes swing arts a and the so Mulej b. Towne Philadelphia re regiment was the Only unit of the i Field and not far from whore the chive by 191 vote Harding Merrill of t3rd division which saw Active i Navy plane Irh Veste Day. Riffing the Kansas 43. Charles Maton. Portland j Aenice the other three re i f k Pilot. Lieut j p. Dishno and log my it and Smith Stimmel Firgo. A ments were used for replacements Kwh cwt a ties Nair n d. In. A in my France. <7 i the Coroner also decreed that rarer. The election provided More excite must finish their rat this ii up rms i ment cd a r veterans than a Posi Lotu. Instead of zooming up Over Tiv other event Al the i be amment of a we a a i the bleachers in Elia re uirr7back to the dec Isis a came when the Kansas nllv71ftl i fit in Folk his third St Pula dec Batroh switched its cotes from Jive a a Fri Ai a Jewell and the Illinois delegation pillowed with its votes for Jewell. The election then was declared unanimous by acclamation j la the midst of the election excite Imant announcement was made to tin assemblage that one of their com rides. Joseph Barnard. Quincy. 111., ,7 7777 7 a -7. A t. Was til at the hotel. ,7 a �?T7--7 / a a Jewell was born in Montgomery police Learned thursday that the i county. A. 83 years ago. Migrated to two men who robbed a Branch of the a Iowa and joined Rise i Wenty seventh a ppm pit it savings co., Twain Well known lawyer. Farmer and Siock w , n0qn of bumped $2.440�,0. The the Landing Field ution in that no plane Khiav fir a a Low Altitude Over the crowd St i St Over Field Blunt flyers including the foreign aces who have grilled crowds daily with the Cir exhibitions were ordered Ito stay out of ter the Landing acid hereafter. /. A. A committee of Navy the Quot crash of Mieir d�6hazo a ii. It barely i sed bleachers led. Wuh spectators and Sconie of Deshazo a brother pilots believe he deliberately mane Vered Rcv ship to ing about his own death rather than Ive his plane drop among the onners. Seven person were injured y flying parts and burning Oil the gasoline tank exploded but Norte of them was d so Rousay Lurt. Z1--. A a. ,.s v attic pro pet of Poinc col and irs. Charles a Lindbergh Drew spectators and officials a Idee in the Airport earlier than usual Field Hoover turns on \ 1 powerful air Beacon. Visible 250 Miles i theft loot $2,440 checkup reduces amount from $3,500. I revolt feared in Buenos president guarded roof of Yrigoyen a Home bristles Quot with machine guns. O n w a y troops Are held ready robber believed shot by officer wavers on seat of Auto after patrolman fires. P r o n drastic Steps taken to pre vent political coup. Buenos Aires. August 28- a a. J the newspaper la Prensa today states that the roof of president Yrigoyen taken to Columbus by chief House bristles with machine guns and that the provincial railway management has received orders to hold a train ready at a moment notice to convey troops to Buenos Aires. Trouble i a mysterious nature a Gan to develop yesterday. The Chiel of provincial police held Long conferences with the commanders of allot the City police stations Deputy sheriff. Ten year sentence receives copy of suit filed by brokers receiver. Was in Holdup 7% to it a of -�?~7 a three men obtain $123 from Findlay Street store. One robber believed to have been wounded. Thursday noon when patrolman Richard Kyle fired a shot at three men they fled in in automobile after robbing a Kroger company store it 501 Findlay Street Street. Kyle reported that a Man seated in the Middle of the a Tomo bile wavered in his seat Ashr fired at the rear of the a machine Bernard Stone. Oil can ten Street. Amor w Shafer left the county jail a a and Era a v . U Garrison. T the provincial government minister of this Ore. Was alone when went into conferences with the commanders of regiments in the la Plata thursday and was taken by Chiel Deputy sheriff Fred Sperber to the Penitentiary at Columbus. Where he must spend ten Yean the result of sentence imposed by judge Frederick l. Hoffman in the criminal i court monday. Shafer had with him notice of a suit filed against him. And h i h Doherty 8� company of which he All of these orders according to i it a Prensa were issued by gov. Crovetto after a meeting held in the Prev cd it House. One officer and ten soldiers of the presidential escort Are Manning the machine gun Battery on the Palace roof Quot. Today la Nacion said there Nav in Siul activity at police head Quad formerly was manager of the local a Antl that the chief of police and Branch by Graham p. Hunt ase Many High officers remained at their Mceiver for the defunct brokerage firm 4 an night the Ennis ice of War of Robert St Hall. The suit was filed visited police Headquarters at mid Bonne Jean. String Field. 9. 1219 Cypress Avenue. great great granddaughter of n revolution an Soldier pinned a Rose upon the Lapel of e. E Rozel 86 o a. R Veteran. 8crahton. A Man in Colorado or Long has been prominent in. The a i aft aids of the g. A. which he joined in 1879. He was t in senior acc at the Den. Ver. Encampment the i ill Tai ziment program for the veterans and other visitors to the Elcain quient. Thursday will be carried out at cd Rte Island Lioa loads of visitors will go to Coney. 1 officials of the Bank completed their Check thursday and announced the amount it first was reported that the robbers had obtained $800. Later $1.600. And finally $3,00. The automobile abandoned by the men in a Woods at the end of Fern Bank Avenue was identified thursday by. Detectives William Sweeney and Charles Diers it was stolen front increase in car fare or in common pleas court wednesday. The receiver alleges that Shafer and the Doherty company had three account with the Roberts a Hall firm under the names of Quot a. W. a a. W. Shafer special Quot and a David Braun Quot it alleged that Shafer actually was carrying the accounts for the Doherty company Shafer. Sperber and Walter Locke attorney for Shafer left the jail at 8 30 a. It a and went in Sperber automobile. A a _ just before Shaft a left the county jail Lor the Penitentiary he said Quot i done to know what i am going into but i am going to make the Best of he refused to add to this statement. Night. La Nacion also said that contrary to his custom president Yrigoyen remained a Wake ail night and that two of his ministers and the mayor of Buenos Aires were with him until after 2 a m a Gen Elias Alvarez. Chief of the first military zone visited the president. Also new government controls Peru Mii Iury Junta that deposed i Guia j 1% sworn in. Two men entered a third Monte Maine at the Alicel of their automobile be kept the motor running a give me a bottle of pop. The first Man to the store said a a Stone turned o get the bottle of lie did the second Man walked in. A put your hands t he second Man ordered ,. Faces big revolver Rob no turned to face a la a go re Volver. He was alone and no1 resist acc. The manager raised Htay hands and the 1m Man walked behind the counter. Opened the Cash Raj ii Ster and took $123 warning the manager not to make an outcry the men backed from the stole and entered the automobile. Robbers. Robbers a Stone shined a he rushed to the. Front door. The. Automobile was just in ulling away 1 from the curb. The cry was taken up by pedestrian. Quot a. Patrolman Kyle was arding in Hia Yard at 512 Findlay Street he heard. The cries and saw the automobile departure Kyle rushed in of the Middle of the Street and fired. The three men were in the front seat a Eaton. Tags on the car were Iden pilgrimage planned \ tidied Nas the property of Alexander the Conven t Ion will Courte to a close. Friday with pilgrimage to the Birthplace of Gen. U. S Gram at it ple Asahl o a i 1,1 a announced at g. A. R head i 1 �?T-.-,1\\Quarter./ the hotel Gibson that All ,ci1cag_0. Aii Giu t -8l a a a the a members of Allied organizations plan it ital. Most Power til an Beacon j Ning to take part to the boat ride on was turned in last night touched off at t he White House j by president Hoover the Light sent i a two Billon Candle Power beam circling through the murky night invented and presented to the City by the vate Elmer a. Sperry the tight visible in. Good weather 250 1 whiles away the Light of unemployment cause Mccready r. R no 6. Hamilton. Of. An employee of the Gas Plant in that City. The Hamilton police notified detective chief Kirgan that me Cready had reported the theft of his tags to them before the robbery. The automobile was found by capt Joseph pred. Fire go 50, and its men Frede told the police that a pedestrian saw a Man emerge from. The Woods and enter a a port Roada driven by a woman. The second Extension of one Man car opera Man was hot with him ton by the Cincinnati Street rail City officials have problem on their hands. Decrease in Revenue has reduced control fund. From intense heat i Way company a major Economy in order to halt the depletion of the fund and thereby avoid increase of fare was the subject of a conference no urday a far control an the Steamer Island to the \ Birthplace of Gem u. 8 Gram at it. Pleasant. Of Friday should Register thursday at the a a r Headquarters a. A the Island Queen will leave Friday at 9 a m. And Wil return to Cincin Naii at 4 30 p. A. Exercises will be of cd bean a Jird at it fleas Aht at the Orant lit Hono candlepower Immis ii Xen upon a a.5a a. A a a r 1 a Tori a a a a or try. The old soldiers he . Greeted and Munich a it a. Ainu of. . A. Guide it -. A a a. Via a via Ini a. A r. Halted by men who fought under hta. A i la Ader slip. And who executive not a Hoamg when new. Wish to Shalor hands with Thein Berghs might hop off after their. A 00 Tkv Amy or night Stop a Columbus. Of took a a. H Jans Llave it Condon. August .28 tins. Chances of. A j lowing the famous a Hittle Story to. Tell about Gen. Fourteen persons Are dead through-1 fare control fund become that the it uple to Arne welcomed the some Little ii rodent of the result of a terrific i a. Within about $40.000 of the id Bergvist left Hasbro ulc Heights. N-_.s0m� �lu2 ail a Ken it lip on the eau wave which followed close on a tag where an increase of Street car for the a of race or erday Niter vhf of r a the a heels of Winter storms that a Quot can be made. The franchise in. A a i was a scout for Gen. Grant and washed the coast and caused heavy provides -if1 the ,0 fund Oil one occasion slept Der the same Dimse to Solis nil j gets Low $300.000 there Quot May Quot desp go red a a a a Verdar Quot Ash be late do he my a Quot a a Quot the therm Rafter hovered around of a 01 a a it a wintry storms followed by near record torrid spell. Magic Flitt. A i err fatal. Saw Vona Dat by oat. David later kick web i St cartoon. Osce Ovek. 5 historic Ohio. �5 the. Wrather. vow -. A a amc9emcnt at. Ii i ecu Lea Tom ,. i radio \ a. I. Cross word it a i i. Serial i Stout lady Bea Stifil 19 a lights and shadows of Wall. 1 Street. Flynn business he View. Now at this time. N a Dorothy Dix. I poems. = = we women. Al it ret. St f voir Rary and mine. Home 5 5 maker. Modish mite. P i new of Cincinnati society i Between a the rids miracles of sport. = . Sil l cite manager Dykstra and Public f boxing. Amateur baseball. I a. Smrdl e Fer a. V. It. So boy Scott . So comics. C y. A a zoo Pitzele John i Dixie Digan. 8 Ai . Section begins a l spam. relieve it or not. A i world wide news gleanings 6 begin finals in Braemer tourney Cut in handicaps makes ing More difficult. Go Utility director Edgar d. Gilman general manager j. B. Stewart of the i Street car company attended in the j absence from the City of president Walter a Draper. So serious have the. Inroads on the ref it nerds bedtime Story 41 Al Iii Al 11 la Feuu iiiii8em if ievii8181 $88111 Ogram for today sixth Day of the Cess will be the most elaborate thus three races a menus free for All open planes of 110 cubic. Inch Ston displacement a a Amati a com tuition for open planes of 500 cubic. Piston k Inen i Braim petition for open Type ships of cubic Inch Piston displacement Irr pm ired sight and hearing which ire scheduled. Results of the seventh and transcontinental derbies of the races w announced Ypster-1 pm a in j continued on Page 36. When Art Goebel noted for his Lcy Yri to 1941. By conc Mno la tip of a sur Paris August 28-<cpa a after the coldest and wettest Early summer in sixty years late summer on of infirmities of a go and the Way to beating All records for heat a a Quot a a. France sweltering with a tem. A Pesature of 95 degrees which 10 the second Battle at Bull run. One above Normal a civil War Veteran in Cincinnati has in Many cases sunstroke has Beert due to the fact that the Early cold inf a i Veteran asks comrades to visit resulted from injuries he received in unable to attend sessions of m Hawaii it Rny. Ltd a a a i a a if bpm Cut. He failed to prompt the Purchase of sum to Hawaii crossed the finish Thomas Kratzer. 89, who lives with after roaring eastward from los Eles in 9 hours. 21 minutes. 21.4 ids. His Speed was sufficient to him second place and a prize of Wiley Post of Oklahoma City flew the race tuesday with three competitors was awarded the prize of $7.500. His time being 9 9 minutes and 4 seconds. Mer clothing and scarcely one hat in a thousand in Baris Straw. Y. Sun Forette 8rvief of 275 Miles an hour attained by Hawks in test Ottiss Airport. His son. Lee Kratzer. At 4313 water son Street Madisonville. He copy Tiu. To. N anxious to see some of his old civil. To a War comrades however and has in ome August 28�?�?tlie Little voted them to come to see him before la in of p a Toia. Near Florence took the close of the Encampment sessions a record in it Lye a belated heat i wave yesterday with a temperature of Ina Irv into Tariff 98.6 fahrenheit. It a a. In Quay Imo Lanil. 98 6 fahrenheit. Rome where it on hides ordered struck 95 yesterday had a family col a a a a a a a i night but today was sultry Washington. August 28�? a it Chicano. Public notices of investigations in 28�?<insi�?hurtling Over the Ven classes of dutiable goods were course Here at a Speed of Between issued today by the Tariff commas and 275 Miles per hour capt so in this investigations were on red Hawks transcontinental air i Congress and the formal notices record Hoder treated the spec 8rc required by Law Trenty seven at the National air races Here sch notices were issued earlier this Ever. Breath taking exhibition of. Hawks flew his Little �?omvs-8&Quot ship in which he has Stab several records and a wave of it a wept Over the throngs time Hawks roared past. Gig fill Lull a l>llimeiitllli8llll8iiieil8ia r Bridge tourney or women flyers 1 who will not race i Chicago August a by the necessity of off several closed course for women because of Lack of National air race exec announced that women pilots it would compete Over Bridge in the Cabin of a Large tas the plane sorts Over the our die in plane crashes a a Forks. N. August 28 a. L. Barnes of grand Forks was killed and Jack Crewe. Of editor of the Orand Forks was fatally injured yesterday air plane crash at Reynolds. The two bad taken off week. The articles covered in the last orders were Wood furniture Bells laces hides and skins sugar Candy confectionery and chocolate matches and refined j former Scranton mayor jailed in Slot machine scandal Scranton August 28�?f/p Jermyn. Twice mayor of Scranton and a member of one of the oldest and wealthiest families in this part of the state today was sentenced to serve one year to county jail and pay a Fine of $500 for conspiracy in the Slot machine scandal. For Orand Forks when the Accident occurred. The ship had reached a height of 280 feet when it suddenly crashed. Rockville. Ind a August 28�? Pic Albert j. Mckay. 35, and Leland Burford 24. Of Indianapolis were killed last night when their air plane Feu 200 feet near the Turkey run Airport ten Miles North of Here. Witnesses sold they believed Burford. Who had intended taking flying lesions was at the controls. Lisbon. Portugal August 28�? pm severe storms have devastated Tabus. Penafiel and Fafe villages in the Oporto District following a severe heat wave. A ,1 a seventy mile wind uprooted Trees broke Telephone and Telegraph poles and wiped out scores of huts. A Century old Oak was destroyed. Joaquim Pascoal was ruled at Penafiel and a panic was caused when lightning set several fires. Fafe had been Cut off from communication by a flood., woman noted for Charity succumbs mrs. Lena Tuch was widow of lot Hiitt merchant. Mrs. Lena Flohr Tuch 88, widow of the late Isaac Tuch mired clothing merchant died thursday morning at the Home of her son. Charles p. Tuch 1808 Lowry Avenue. Funeral services will be held sunday at u a. M. At the we funeral Home. 1801 Reading Road. Or. Tuch lived Here for seventy five years. She was bom in Posen Dennany and came to the United contained $338.000. Unemployment mainly responsible for the falling off in patronage of the Street car lines and a consequent withdrawal from the fare control Lund. Economies have been made in Many directions by the traction company. Now. To avoid a fare increase it suggested that the Extension of one Man car operation be made a study. There Are some objections to one Mati car operation the objections being that it May cause for a time an incr ase in minor traffic accidents and temporarily slowing up in service. But. 11 said after the operators a custom themselves and the passengers get used to the method these objections Are., eliminated. R continued on Page 34 139 tomatoes on one Plant i one spot of land which the f drought has Maffed to deprive of its f productivity the Tomato Patch i owned by Joseph Nolan. 3842 i Reven Wood Avenue Kennedy Heights. Ato pro a a this. Nolan willing to show you a single infant lit his Patch to which Are attached 119 Bright Ripe tomatoes. The average growth on a single Plant in Normal times about three dozen tomatoes Nolan Estt mated. A Betty and Helen reach net finals defeat Edith Cross and Marjories Morrill in doubles. I bomb wrecks Sandwich shop Chicago. August 28�? pm a Black powder bomb explosion last night wrecked the front of a Sandwich shop near the Loop on North Wells Street. The damage was placed at 81/100. The shop was eloped at the time of the explosion which was blamed by police or labor trouble. States a child. She had been Given a life membership in the Rock Dale Temple and also was an honorary member of the ladies auxiliary of the Avondale synagogue. She belonged also to the jewish consumptive Relief and the Roe dalt sisterhood and waa known for her charitable enterprises. She survived by three sons Charles. Harold h. And David t. Tuch. And Obe grandson Harold Adrian allot cinch Tau. Brookline. Mass August 28�? i a Betty Nuth Sli of England new american Tennis Champion end Helen Marlowe of los Angeles today advanced into the final round of the Longwood invitation doubles tourney by out Bat ing Edith Cross 8an Francisco. And Marjorie Morrill Dedham for 9-7. 2-6, 8-6 margins. A a r a. I.�?T-. A. A . A Walker asks Aid to oust appeals to civic leaders to / help purge City new York. August 28�? amp a with recuse tons of office buying by magistrates and judges increasing daily mayor Walker has appealed to civic leaders to help him rid the City of go Pelt -. Re a Quot ten judges ranging from occupants vxkqilri1pal to supreme court benches have been charged in letters and telegrams some of them Anonymous with purchasing their offices from political Leaden. Assistant attorney general Thomas Penney. Jr., chief Aid to attorney general Hamilton Ward. In a state investigation into charges of office buying by Farmer magistrate George f. Ewald. Said More than Twenty letters of accusation had been received few. He said dealt with specific instances of graft and corruption. The mayor in addressing 200 representatives of civic and mercantile interests at City Hall suggested the organisations form a Central committee to receive complaints of graft and corruption. He promised a full investigation of All complaints and the driving from the pity service of All those found guilty of the meeting several of those who attended Cri tidied the by Kyoto action and Doc Good him of trying to Quot Pui Gretho Buck it a Hyde Park country club August 28�?the second and final Day of the Braemer tournament found golfers battling with new handicaps. Contestants who finished the first eighteen holes yesterday a Ere the first to tee off today. A a a "7 James i. Clarke president of the Cincinnati golfers league and originator of the now famous Bra mar was on hand Early to Send off the foursomes rapidly. Bill Fruechte Meyer. Professional of the Hyde Park country club was Back at his Post official scorer. V golfers who forged to the front in yesterday round with Low Gross and Low net scores were expected to fall from the top with the Cut in handicaps. The course in Good a shape can be or. Eaily scores on thursday and the two Day totals follow Ray Lippert. 90-84�?174 e. H Ott. 83-84�? 167, g. E Bryan. Or. 86-85�? 171 Lou Smith. 78-76�?154 j. H. Dickerson. 91-98�?187 o. Macmorris. 88-86�?174 e 1 Hoff. 121-120�?241 Bill Leach withdrew e. H. Strubble. 0-83�?163. Frank St. Clair bevis., 85-85�?170 i. Bauer. 80-89�?169 Hugh Stewart. 78-78�?158. Lima peril August--28�?jzpj�?a new military government headed by Lieut col. m Sanchez Cerro who last week initiated the revolutionary movement at Arequipa assumed Complete Quot control in Peru today. A a. A. A a new Junta headed by Sanchez 1 Cerro was formed and sworn la. It displaced both the vestiges of the eleven year dictatorship of the deposed president. Augusto b. Ligula and the Junta of Gen. Manuel Maria Ponce members of which monday forced the presld01 8 resignation. J-7 accorded ovation arriving by air plane yesterday from j Arequipa Lieut. Col Sanchez received an ovation from hundreds 01 a his countrymen. He landed to the strains of the National Anthem and was Iff Ted to the shoulder of Admire and carried nearly three Miles. A at the government House Swap let eared on a Balcony and Thanki a the populace for the demonstration saying he was convinced that he had done his duty by revolting against the Lemma government. Me mentioned what he termed territorial mutilations suffered by pern during Prest Dent be gulag a administration. This was taken reference to the Tacna Arica treaty in which Arica was ceded an hour after the address followed by his new ministers Whon he l alls j secretaries the entered the reception Hall where he new Junta was sworn in. Anew officials aided by companions apparently. Kyle Bullet struck the Back of the can. And passed thru cd. He certain that he wounded tha Middle Man the robber wavered from Side to Side. His companions appeared to be supporting him the machine went East to John Street and disappeared Kyle commandeered a passing automobile but the robbers had gained too much headway and he was unable to overhaul them. 7/v. Vine ses told the police that the automobile was a Gray Chevrolet. License numbers were Given by several Persona maj John Seebohm and detective chief Emmett d. Kirgan scattered officers Over the Basin of the City to search for the automobile. .1 a a a hospitals were warned by the police to be on the Lookout for a wounded Man. In a elks will Parade Cinci Natian expected to i. Elected vice president. Be Cedar Point o. August 28�? approximately 2,000 Ohio elks turned out for their Quot annual Parade today a High Light of the associations thirty second annual Conven it Lon a 5 Sancho Cerro president of wychers were reviewed by new Junta major Alejandro Barco Rand exalted ruler Lawrence Rupp. Secretary of War. And col. Ernesto Allentown a. Who arrived Here yes Montagne. Foreign Secretary. A rterra7. The Lima pres today published Leppleman of Tiff Edo was three wireless messages in which scheduled to be chosen president at _ Ligula. Ill aboard the annual a action of officers also eight survivors in Junior Golf Cham a me fowl cily monday or Start Quarter finals on today a program. Ernst von bar Pion ship. Dered the flying forces at Las Palmas Cincinnati Wax considered the i i la Ahmir ran Hitaf for talc nest v1c9 hillcre8t country club. August 28�?play in the Quarter finals for the Junior Golf championship of greater Cincinnati started. Thursday when the eight surviving club Wield ers sought to bag the title for local boys under 18 Yeara of age. Individuals regarded favourites to win their respective matches a a on thursday were Carlos de Renna. Losantiville Roy Wells. Hillcrest Walter Werner Hyde Park and Ben Baston. Hlll Crest. 7 77. A de Renna won his match on wednesday when he Defeated Ben of Terrard of Ridgewood i up in a close and interesting match. Wells had easy picking with Joe Taber Ling. Hyde Park winning 8 uti to 0. He turned in a card of 71 for the 18, which waa two under Par. Werner won from Joe Moran Cincinnati 2 up. And Baston Defeated vere Stinchcomb Losantiville. 2 up 1. Roy Benvie a Keewah experienced r difficult Job beating Frank Klaxton 2 up 1. The latter was off in his putting but had it not been for that the Low melt list would have been beaten. Todd Francis Summit Hills Defeated Bob he Waelbrock. A Keewah 3 up 2. Bud Schriver Wyoming won from Larry Quill. Twin Oaks. I up. De Kennedy. Cin Connau. Defeated Jack Morton. A Keewah. 5 tip 4. A a 7 training school to go to Ancon. Pan Ama. Quot in View of the fact that the Nevy was Legal some saw in these messages indication that the Crew of the Almirante might not be completely in Accord with the military movement in Luna and Arequipa. A or. Elizabeth b. Bohan Well known author Dies los angele8. August 20�? it put a mrs. Elizabeth Baker Bohan. 01. Author of the dragnet and a Prince Lum Nousi died Here yesterday. Leading candidate for presidency. Cense a unemployment �?7 figure in three states Washington. Augu St 28�?jlns> a the following figures of unemployment. Gathered in the april census were announced today by the Bureau of census a a. 7-. 77 a a Quot Popula or inv per Staunton a loped Cut it Hod i a land mt.m2 loul.ian2.0n.4m $1.444 i a Ohio. 4.439.137 144.37? 35 and showers 1 weather forecast aaa aaa �i9si4aea4 irrrmr4ir�?eeee$eeeeetet0eehm88fw a partly Cloudy probably Light local a Howera thursday afternoon and night Friday fair not much change in this waa the weather forecast. Thursday by w. B. Schlomer u. 8. Meteorologist in Cincinnati. The High wednesday waa 00 degrees and the Low thursday 02. Phoenix. Aria., waa the hottest place in the United states. Wednesday reporting a temperature of 110 degrees. No other City had a temperature of 100 thinking i things Over with cd Olidge i. By Calvin cool1dgb Northampton mass., a 2k�?pros-Perity does not result front cheap goods but from fair profits. J. Reports of food distributors show a very considerable decrease in retail prices. In theory that an advantage to All of . It the kind of political Economy that some have Long advocated. But in practice the Welt to do scarcely notice it and Many who / really would be benefited find that Low prices Are a delusion Sui cd / they do not have enough Money to pay them. The win that comes to the few has to be paid by the Many through a it Ery disproportionate loss in general property values entire suspension of wages or part time employment. 7 7/. A Small number with a fixed income May Benefit from cheap goods sold at a loss but the country a whole always injured. Our Ideal not cheapness in either goods or men. The coun a it try most benefited by a business profit secured through a fair Price for commodities and High wages for labor. We expect science and invention to decrease production costs but not to a Barren level of cheapness. We want our people so Well paid that they can afford to meet the Price of Prosperity. It 77 w. A --1. A Job _ at a a _ Quot. A m a a i pc t .1 Jim. .1 Jav jjrriuv9 my Visin of Sulci c a in a . It

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