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Cincinnati Times Star (Newspaper) - August 29, 1930, Cincinnati, OhioMakes your Day completed a no other Cincinnati afternoon paper hat the associated press dispatches it a. 91�?ho. 207 paly except Auw oat March a my. Omo Hati Sidat auou8t a to thirty six pages oots 5 2c Itoman killed ausing after Daft Fujil wbk a for sizes husbands arms while he is driving. J american is freed Eden Park Entrance Lesman tells police wife had been drinking. S3 her husband a efforts to by taking her for a drive she had returned Home in an Oil Ca Ted condition mrs. Betty Ward. 19. 21m Pulton Avenue used her own death Friday at 1 30 it Faye struggles with her husband. He was driving his automobile eth on Fulton Avenue caused him1 lose control of the machine and Grashed head on into a Light pole the Eden Park Entrance rhe woman was removed to her me and or. Allen h Dunton. 3950 Odburn Avenue was called. Head a late red first Aid and then summed the fire department he Sav i Saiad. Which worked Over the Etc i vain. She died shortly a fact charge by French tribunal a women c o u r t to Rke husband. Parker Howard Talesman was Cut about when the automobile hit e. Be told Coroner p. C t 21. The the _ 8 Wing he had married his wife after by Story of strife judge finds Man guilty then gives him Money out of work rumbles of revolt in Southern Brazil to give n a m e s was arrested after collision third nation joins Peru and Argentina in danger troops held in Camps strange cases Are received at Hospital. Quot left by Motorist one victim in Possession of Pawn ticket. Of automobiles. Ii acquaintance in Louisville. By. Re he was employed As a taxi ver. Moving to Cincinnati they both awned employment at a music is Julish mint. But Only Lor a Short attended movie thursday night according to his a Fecto or. Swing his Wile advised Ito go to a movie Lor relaxation l his return from the show he a by that his wife was not at Home 13 45 a. M. He said she returned taxicab noisy and intoxicated. Fearing that she would Wake All i neighbors by her How i said. �?�1 decided to take her Lor Irive to sober her 1 asked her Ere she had been and she replied is was none of my business r a��orutt4 prom photo Charles Leopold Hartmann a Center of Hollister cal., shown leaving the miliary tribunal in Paris recently after being absolved of All stigma of having been a German agent during the. War. The court in recalling the death sentence passed upon High in 1929 transferred it to an a unknown person who had usurped Hartmann s identity Quot fix Street car fare according to distance is latest Finau managed to get her in a pay for what you get a is the has that plan car although i could not Stop from screaming i drove to the of the Fulton Avenue Hill and was a Tang Back when she tried to Stop machine. She seized one of my i. I lost control of the car. And in a cond we had crashed into the it a. Swing Learned that neighbor likened by the shouts of the woman oat plating with her husband had the police to restore quiet a moments later police received a from the same District that an onto bile Accident had City officials decline to Dis a cuss it at this time. The zone system rate of car fare As a Means of augmenting the reve occurred i Hue of the Street railway company Dawes sees order s a a a a a a a i starting Columbus i Over unknown seas efforts were being made at Oen eral Hospital Friday to i learn the identities of two women who Are believed to be suffering from amnesia. One of the victim was taken from an automobile at the front Gate of the Hospital. Friday at 3 30 a. M. The night Gate watchman attempted to halt the Driver of the machine but he typed away. Tire woman to described As having bobbed Auburn hair 35 years old. 5 feet 4 inches tall weighing 125 pounds and clothed in a red silk dress Over which she wore a Panama jacket. She wore no stockings in one of her shoes was a 120 Bill. Questioned at the receiving Ward the woman said that she was continually confronted by the vision of a Large clock. She had been pacing the streets she said when she stopped a passing Motorist and implored him to take her to the Hospital. At first insisting that he was going to take her to Poire Headquarters he finally granted her wish she said. A selective amnesia inasmuch As the woman seemed 10 remember certain things. To spill. Officials pronounced her a Viscum of a a selective Quot amnesia. While she a could. 1 not remember where she tved or. W Hether she was married a he insisted j i j that a or Lewis on armory Avenue could identify her. A i i she also seemed to have a definite remembrance of having sold tickets Quot i somewhere the earlier part of the in municipal judge Samuel w. Bell John c. Johnson. Jobless electrician of Detroit found a Friend when in need. Friday. Johnson was charged with reckless driving. Judge Bell found him guilty and fined him 15 and Cost the court suspended the Fine and gave Johnson some Money. His Secretary. Mrs Bernard Fox also gave Money to Johnson s wife Johnson the court Learned came to Cincinnati seeking work. He and his wife travelled in an old automobile. At Columbus cd he picked up his jobless brother in Law. George Wilcox and the latter a wife and three children. In Cincinnati they were unsuccessful in their search for work. The families started to return to their Homes Early Friday. At ninth Street and Freeman Avenue Johnson s automobile collided with another machine. Mrs. Wilcox and her children and mrs. Johnson were injured. Between the two families they had 50 cents. Firemen assist Lieut. Daniel Rummer of ladder co. 6 and members of fire company 2, in front of whose quarters the wreck occurred took the two families into the fire House. The women and children were provided with Beds and something to eat. Johnson was arrested by the police on the charge of reckless driving. His wife appealed in court with him a what else can i do a judge Bell said a this Man is a stranger in Cincinnati and you wait in my and ill get you a Job Quot Johnson and his wife were in tears when judge Bell and mrs Fox gave province Long noted for recurring disorders. in mme a j three major nations in South America within Leas than a week have reported revolts or grave danger of a Larder. They Are feel Augosto b. Legutha Presl Dent and i renal dictator has resigned and fled before revolutionary Force led by a military Junta. He is i a prisoner on a battleship awaiting military trial. Argentina with the residence of president hip Pollito ref Oyen bristling with machine guns to Avert threatened outbreaks three destroyers have anchored in the Harbor of the capital to impress malcontent. I brazils revolutionary outbreaks j Are feared in the Long turbulent state j of Rio Grande do sul. Southernmost Region of the Republic. Look for vat it is t. I Law att tit l a. A a enit Oaias. New Road nay a Day. Owen Oval. Atm not cab too David la Wirt i Mao 1c Cibeli. .v,-.,-. S Raimo. Is zoo Rex file. John Callju it. Dobosky Dix. Al it bet. Seenon be cot nebs. Eve vday poems. Annas a tatted. Ii Yob baby and mine. Home maker. Or women13 Kew or Cincinnati society is Dixie dlr Gan bedtime Story ii Cross word it Elg. I news gleanings u h arson s economic review to tar reds. Boxing. Volt. It baser Al. Amati r posts ii Robert def Len. A Amft a comment. Mid cram. A Tam bits r relieve it or not r serial Story. To mortal the nears. .v .33 comics. 3� lights and Shadow or Wall str rat. Now at this time. Rat new it sine review. M edition g. A. R. On trip to Grant shrine veterans leave Cincinnati for it. Pleasant by boat. Program is Brief addresses by leaders of various bodies scheduled. By Charles Ludwig with a pilgrimage to the Little Eab in at it pleasant of. Where was Hern Gen. U. S. Grant the commander who led them to Victory in the Civ War the veterans of the grand army of the Republic brought their Cincinnati encamp spent to a close Fri Day. A a Quot we go to pay a tribute of Devo lion to our beloved commander of a Schorr will direct Montevideo. Uruguay. August 29 a it it put a news has been received today from the uruguayan Border City of Rivera that a revolutionary outbreak l feared in the brazilian state of Rio Orande do sul. Where ail Federal Commerce director at head of Republican committee. Troops have been conf lived to Barracks a Rector again will be Republican Campaign manager in Hamilton county. Two years ago Schorr directed the Campaign in this county. A no Fred Schneller chairman of the Republican Central committee an Rio Orande do 8ul, Southern fron that he has agreed again to reports coming Over the Frontier from the great southernmost state of Brazil said that the revolutionists were being led by Juan Francisco de Soliza. Tier state of Brazil covering 91.333 Square Miles and having a population penniless Johnson i of considerably More than 2.000.000. Is consultation room j in extensive cattle raising subdivision with uie City of Porto Alert As its capital. Sao Pedro commonly called Rio Grande is the major port at the outlet of the Rio Orande. It to a port of Call for several steam hip lines with direct european connections. It is a wholly commercial and Industrial City having Many Large factories. Disorders frequent sixty five and More years ago said James e. Jewel. 83 Colorado newly elected commander in chief of the o. A. R. Quot Curant was the greatest general of history. He led our army to Victory after Victory and brought the peace of a United country and today we. Who followed him in our youth pay this affectionate visit of Farewell to his Birthplace. A on the Ohio River which carried so Many of them toward die Bathe a Fields of the South two thirds of a Edward d. Schorr state Commerce a Quot a of a a a a a Aon this pilgrimage to it. Pleasant. A ride of �7 Miles this time their Steamboat the Island Queen moved not southward but up the Stream. It pleasant is about Twenty seven Miles from Cincinnati. There were present veterans who shared with Grant his triumphant capture of it Donelson. Where Quot unconditional surrender Quot. Was tha water we rat / serve. Schorr also to chairman of the state committee other members of a he local Campaign committee will be selected after r. Conference by Schneiier and Schorr. Coan net on Page to i evening she was constantly talking 5 of yellow and Green tickets. I the other woman was found by police. Thursday at 8 p. M. Weeping on the sidewalk at eighth and Vine i streets she is described As 21 years Iii him inti hmm i Iii mini Witti old. Weighing 140 Pound with Blue Belville August 29�? Tiv a slip dark Brown hair. She was 0a _ i a i wearing a Green dress and Green Hose. The Accident occurred a cording to the police Anen Johnson failed to observe the arterial Highway sign As he was driving North on Freeman Avenue Johnsons car collided with an automobile driven by Oale Grogan. 1125 Overlook Avenue who was driving West on ninth Street. Of x or. A. Women Golf stars state takes Over a a renew feud Bank in Verona 0. A a a a a a a / 1929 Western title Holder and runner up May clash. There have been several revolution withdrawals blamed by Preble ancient Spanish relics i prove of interest to. Ambassador. Wet am Metcalf 63. 237 David Street was Cut on the head and bruised on the left leg. Thursday at 3 50 p. When he was struck by an automobile driven by Harry Payne. Id of the Cincinnati Branch Hospital. At armory and Central avenues. He was taken to general Hospital. And counter revolutions in Rio Orande do 8ul in recent years in february political agitation preceded an election and in one encounter nine persons were reported seriously wounded. This disorder was followed by arrests of followers of or. Julio Prestes then president of the state in Santa Marla nine persons were he women s death attributed is being considered in connection with started Christopher Columbus across 1 wa5 found on . Of time stained paper which f a White Gold engraved wac dding ring Payn was a tested on the charge of accused of revolt tonary propaganda �?�fa/1 / Kelt no Halsav r Rel to it it a a fact a u. Raol Lake Irin Inry. I fractured so Tell. 119th victim i. Tar death from automobile acts was recorded Early Friday the toll in Hamilton county the first of the year to 119 the a the condition at the company As a. A shown u the report of Public utilities i f director e. D. Oilman to City Man a Ager h istra unknown seas to discover a new world was examined with fascinated Charles a Dawes who has Tempo. I partly left his Post As ambassador to neither Gilman nor Dykstra would 0rfal br�t1� to explore Spart Yah discuss the question Friday. But and Ait geological treasures and his party muted that the subject had been the original order of King raised. Ferdinand and Queen i a a a Bel la. Com a Brown pocket took. A lick she. A a. Was carrying contained several cards interest Here this morning by Oen. A ring the name a d Cooper tire shop. 1807 Central Avenue and a in no other country other than mrs. Lena Rudolph <2. .1146united states u there one rate Avenue succumbed at 4 a. Home to injuries received of fare no matter what the distance. Mis Sioning Columbus to undertake the momentous voyage. It instructed All spaniards concerned to assist the at 9 45 p. A. When she was a Mcm Ive Rolv adorn cd the zone 1 explorer and a Peck Ned that al1 Mere i which have partially adopted the zone j Chan Harp supp ifs Pawn ticket from the Gem loan company. 621 Central Avenue issued july 5, 1930. On a ring for a 85 loan. At the Pawn shop it was said that the woman had Given her name As Del phone Cooper. 1428 main Street when she obtained the loan. A reckless driving. Ruby Walter. 4. 211 Broadway was bruised on the left Arm and leg. Thursday at 5 40 a. A. When she was struck by an automobile driven the police reported by Leonard Hill. 3710 Park Avenue Latonia. Ky., at Pearl Street and Broadway she was treated at general Hospital by an Automo file driven the reported by Herman Holz. 3651 Road at Reading Road and with Street. She was taken to Home at the time in a private Iha Nical Rabbit inventor is dead Throckmorton promoted dog racing plants. A. Fla. August 29�? in Al Throckmorton. 60., promoter plants for dogs and inventor Chancial Rabbit used in that was found dead in his last night his body was pending instructions from his who is in Chicago body was found by a police who was called by the Landlady the inventor lived. She re that he had not been seen Lor Days and that his door was county physician said death to heart disease and had Ity four hours previously. And Allison Doji Bles match ice to Semi final round National tourney. At Rea son 1 Able prices this. Latter made an Especial hit a with Gen Bacr. As he was director a of the service of Supply of a. E f. In Francea. \ the Royal order is one of t he most Cherl slice treasures in the great archives of the indies at Seville. The i ambassador spent the morning seeing i a few of the most important of the thousands of documents map and a records brought from the new world j by the Spanish conquistadors of other centuries. Among other things shown him were the will of Columbus and the original papal Bull of Pope Alexander i. Dividing the world. To be next Champ August 29�? Ith Cross of san Francisco Allison. Austin. Tex., the team in the National. 1 doubles Tennis tournament and into the Semi final round by Dorothy Workman and h of los Angeles. 6, 6. I Over match Bare today. Tried to Settle their finals dispute late yesterday halted their play before gained much of an adv a a conference with tour is is. They agreed to the whih mias Croes and Tho californians hard stroking. Texan team will. Mrs. J. Dallas or blare. And hmm Mercur. Beth let ate today in the upper Hall might live in Corryville. Only a comparatively Short distance from Fountain Square and want a Transfer to the Central Railroad station the distance of the two hauls would be less than a ride from College Hill or other Distant suburb and yet the Corryville resident has to pay a cent More for it a a Gilman is preparing a More detailed statement of costs that he will submit to Dykstra. Official of Glass concern hangs self associates unable to assign reason for act. System. It was remarked that in the United states with everything other than Street car transportation the individual Ikis Quot for what he steam railroads steamboats air planes and other methods of transit charge according to distance travelled or As to zones. Vav a i in this connection it is said the question of the Extension of rail trans kit Rution to eur Bank and other i Down River localities will be re pit Ned. It was remarked Friday that 1 the Gilman statement did not include i projected Down River Street car operation. It has been estimated that this j operation would cast about $50.000 m excess of Lares. The matter will be reopened it is said because the ordinance passed a year ago has a Legal defect in it. J one of the objections to a zone sys j tem is said to be in collection. But these move been solved elsewhere. A one cent charge for transfers lands Lew advocates. It was reported. A. A an instance cited is that a person1 Roy Wells and Benny Bast. To meet. ,. V but Mel Heidelman Al Hillcrest country club. August 29�?cincinnati�?Ts Junior Golf throne which was abdicated by Pat von Benken. Last year s Champion will be occupied by a Hillcrest country club boy after tomorrow. Tie Semi final skirmishes Here this morning found Roy Wells Youthful Caddie chief of Hillcrest defeating Roy Ben Vale of a Keewah and Law Medl us to. 6 up and 5 to play. Benny Baston another Hillcrest Caddie gained the right to Battle apr the championship in the thirty six Hole finals Over this course tomorrow. Baston won Over de Kennedy dark horse of the tourney. 2 and i. Bevle was runner up for the Crown last season. Wells played Aub per to win from Benvie easily he was four strokes under regulation figures when the match ended on the thirteenth Green. The Hillcrest boy took the Lead right at the Start Matching Par to win the first two holes. The third was halved with Par fours but Wells bagged a Birdie 3 on the fourth to go 3 up. Both players putted twice of the Short fifth Hole which was shared equally. Wens won the sixth shoot tag a Par 5. They halved the seventh but Wells copped the eighth and ninth with a Birdie and a Par to make the turn 6 up. His medal score for the front nine was 36 against a 40 for the a Keewah Atar. Par for the first nine is 3ft. Benvie played gallantly to Start the homeward Jaunt and held Wells evenly on the tenth and eleventh birdies on the twelfth and thirteenth Bolee terminated the match with Wells is up. In his sensational round. Wells did not exceed Par once but went under four third victim a third amnesia victim also a woman who was brought to the hos pita tuesday night was identified. _. Through Tho Oportot the �rv tszossj.i�?7��?ot a is ice department As Emma Goddard. 56 10rder of shepherds i hold convention election of of Boers by the supreme East Mcmillan Street. Identification Wab made by her Mother mrs. Emma Phoebe. 848 York Street. Cincinnati Man in will he will receive $24,100 from sister s a state. John a. Schupp. 3038 Colerain Avenue. Bookkeeper with the David Joseph company. Iron dealers with offices in the american building will receive $24,100, or about a third of the estate left by his sister the late mrs Ottilia Hauck. Of new York according to information received by him. Friday from the new Vork state Transfer tax department. Mrs. Hauck died intestate. April 4, 1930. Her estate was appraised at $74.415. Of shepherds now in session in Odd Fellows Hall Norwood was scheduled for Friday. The first Day s program ended with the initiation of candidates through the third degree ritual. Eleven lodges in five states Are represented by the 700 delegates at the convention. Acting mayor William Wiggeringloh spoke at the opening of the convention. Thursday welcoming the delegates to Norwood and Cincinnati. Mrs. Bernice Morgan is president of Justice Lodge Host to the convention. The program will be concluded Friday at10 p. M. $10,000 Ocean going yacht s inks after crash in River g Alli Polis. O. August 29�?<av-the 610.000 Ocean going pleasure yacht of Edward Jones. Jackson of. Meat Packer Lay on the Bottom of the Ohio River today after a collision with the excursion Steamer Washington which docked last night with few Era Hundred excursion lists. Misunderstanding of signals from Pika to Engineer on the Steamer caused the Accident River men Sakl the Steamer waa not damaged. Continued on Page 20.� Semi finals in Junior Golf play four youths Battle for local championship. County institution Columbus a. August 29 .4�.-Duc to slow withdrawal of deposits which depleted the Cash reserves the Farmers state Bank i Veron. I Preble county was taken Over today j by the state department of banking the Bank had capital of $50.000 and total resources of $304.082. O. C Gray. State Bank super Send ent. Announced that the Bank was taken Over at the request of it Board of director. Liquidating Deputy d. J. Schurr was put in charge. S. A Sheller was president of the i institution and f w. cashier. The Bank was organized in -1923. / v. Hillcrest country club. August 29�?sensational rounds of a Golf in which touted champions tumbled into elimination left a Field of four far hitting youngsters battling it out. Here today in the Semi finals of the Cincinnati Junior Golf championship tourney. Roy Benvie Low medallist who is representing the a Keewah country club and Roy Wells Hillcrest Caddie general were the first to Cross clubs both were rated As favourites Early in the tournament but since match play has started. Benvie has shown anything but excellence. In the other Semi final match Here today Ben Baston. Another Hillcrest boy tangles with de Kennedy of the Cincinnati country club., Kennedy sprung one of the biggest surprises of the tourney yesterday when he Defeated Walter Warner of Hyde Park three up and two. In the Quarter finals. Kan8as Citi. August 29�? <7p>�? Semi final pairings in the Twenty eighth annual women a Western Golf tournament today offered possibilities for a championship match Between the same two who battled a year ago at Cleveland mrs. O. S-h�o1 of City the title Holder and mrs. Gregg Lifur. Los Angeles the runner up. Mrs. Hill was pitted against mis Dorothy Page. Madison. Wis., and mrs. Lifur faced the task of subduing the Par shattering mrs o w Tyson Kama City former National Champion if the Hill a liar Fin. Again materialized. And to do this both needed to be on their game. All four Are experienced tournament players. The last defenders of the Youthful contingent passed out of the picture in the Quarter final but not without a struggle. Miss Florence Beebe. Chicago won three holes in a Row after mrs. Tyson was dormie four but lost one up. A. It t i % i tournament followers consider her salvation army hotel resident1 a a melt it to the tee and through the # Airway to be excellent. Miss Betty taken for a a ride and robbed of $156 dumped from car. While detectives and patrolmen were searching for him. Alton Crosby. 69. Salvation army hotel. 1508 Freeman Avenue walked into Central Bruen. Kansas City forced mrs. Lifur to shoot sur Par Golf to win mrs. Tyson and miss Beebe the Only pair to go to the Home Hole yesterday have excellent medal scores. Mrs. By son a 78 and miss Beebe a 79. Police station Friday and gave detail a. Of a Quot ride Quot Given him by three robbers. I Light showers. Warm Toledo. Of. August 29�?<> a Earl h. Farmer. 46. Assistant general sales manager of the Owens Ilu nols class company was found hanging from a Rafter in the basement of his Home Here today Parmer had awakened about 6 a. M. And told his son. Thomas 21. That he was going to his office. The son went to sleep and when he arose shortly before 6 o clock he found his father in the basement suspended from a Rafter by a clothes Une. Or. Paul Hohly acting Coroner gave a verdict of suicide. Orienda of the dead Man were unable to five a reason for his death. Officials at the Owens a Sinois company said that Farmer had been in Good spirits thursday afternoon. They doubted that a had worries. A of $75,000 estate Nephew in named executor of. Property. It a thing5 Over with a grudge by Calvin Coolidge Northampton mass., August 29�?the Ai legation in the recent criticisms of one of the English naval reactionaries that the limitation treaty leaves their Navy in a distinctly second place after being compared with the similar statements by some of our own reactionaries regarding the resulting inferiority of our Navy May Well be eliminated from further consideration. The chief motive for the treaty was to prevent Competition in building. The secondary considerations were the saving of expense and the Extension of the policy of parity to All ships. Because the needs of the British were Felt to differ from the needs of the United states As to types of ships add calibre of guns parity could Only be approximate. Experts differ about it. But the main object of preventing present Competition was fully secured. Further discussion of. Parity is not Only vain but is almost an exhibition of an unfriendly attitude. Representatives of three great and peaceful naval Powers have reached a temporary agreement mutually advantageous. It will be beat for All concerned to adopt it and abide by it. No Good purpose will be served by constant discussion of the relative strength of the different navies involved r i code Ritt Mcclure Newrid scr Syndicate the will of Frank x. Krug president of the Cincinnati ice manufacturing it cold storage co. Filed Aith judge William h. Lueders in the probate court. Friday disposes of an a state estimated at 675.000. Krug died August 23. Msj under the terms of the will a Nephew. Frank 8. Krug 339 Probasco Avenue is named executor and is Given All the property in Trust however. The income is to be paid to the widow. Mrs. Mary e. Krug for life. At her death All jewelry and personal affects Are to be a Iven to c. William Dean. A step daughter. Elizabeth Dean will receive the household goods and a $5,000 insurance policy. To the Nephew. Frank 8. Krug the jul gives a elks Lodge Bond of 6600 and Krug s mock in the following companies the Cincinnati Xoa manufacturing ii cold storage co. Bolder phosphate company Ouana jus to reduction it mining co., the american equitable insurance company and the Cincinnati baseball club. The residue then is to be distributed among two grand nephews and Richard Krug the tape will a Crosby was robbed of $156 pedestrians witnessed the kidnapping and notified Central station. Police automobiles searched the West end. But found no Trace of the victim or his kidnappers. A Crosby was standing on the sidewalk in front of the hotel a few minutes after 6 a. M. When an automobile pulled up to the curb and two men alighted. The Driver called Crosby. Quot How Are you. Al a a he said. Crosby thought he recognized the voice As that of a Man employed with him. Because of failing eyesight he approached the car to see the Driver Crosby placed hts hands on the roof of the car and leaned through the door As he did so the Driver seized his arms and jerked hit Hinds free. At the same time the two men on the sidewalk forced Crosby into the car. Quot make no one of the men said is he Drew a revolver. Crosby attempted to speak and one of the men slapped him in the Mouth. The blow split his lip. The machine was driven North on Freeman Avenue and turned East on Liberty Street. Several pedestrians notified police. Crosby said the men -4-Lpok his Pussy containing the Money and dumped him out at Liberty and Linn streets. T"4 i is weather forecast Quot party a Cloudy with possibly. Occasional Light showers Friday night and saturday. Not much change in was the forecast of w. B. Schlomer acting u. S. Meteorologist in charge. In Cincinnati. The highest temperature thursday was 94 degrees the lowest Friday morning was to degree Only one City in the United states reported a temperature of 100 degrees or higher for thursday Phoenix. Art�., had a temperature of 108 degrees. Just Vou saw a Stool it a / three fourths of automobiles bought on instalment flan Washington August 29�? in8 a More than three fifth of the passenger automobiles purchased by motorists of this country in 1929 were bought on the instalment plan the average deferred payment on each car being 6444j0. According to an Anaiya a of u. 8. Census reports which was made Public today by the american motorists association. Approximately 61 per cent of the total ears sold test year were fun anode by the 426 companies engaged in this business in the i United states. According to the report. There companies fun anode the Sale of 3.473,171 cars. 1.820,435 of there vehicle. Lees than 4 per by this method a k
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