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Cincinnati Times Star (Newspaper) - December 3, 1930, Cincinnati, OhioA makes your Day Complete Quot a to other Cincinnati afternoon paper Hal the associated press dispatches vol 91�?ho. 989 a a a ncmstskojmrf�gwt�13fc 9x8uammam. Tihoi Hati december 8. 1980 forty four pages Oart it for $150,000,000 faces opposition amount emergency appropriation in doubt. Drought Aid certain realty brokers licenses a in state Senate s t j h t notifies Congress i 1180,000,000 deficit. One is enough g. 0. P. Rebels May Block Coopers whole program. Daugherty men named Outlook not alarming permits some salesmen v also Are cancelled. Parties United to Speed measure through Congress. Washington. December Oon Crem found plenty wort for it a Elf today while it party leaders were absorbed in legislation to pro Cdr seek for the jobless. Important nominations and debate the Couzens bus Bill occupied the Senate while the House took up it annual task appropriating for the regular Meeds the nov comment. Meanwhile factional chieftains sought thru re informal confers res. On agreement a program for enacting . Hoover s prot tala for unemployment and drought Relief leg a Del Cert and Arents the Hamilton Tion. A a from fraud is charged trial Board holds they mis represented in sales. Knight and Brown also said to be behind split refuses to reduce customary payments Public debt. Wash Noton december 3r-<jp president Hoover opposed a continuance reduced income taxes today in notifying Congress a 1180.000.000 Treasury deficit for this year is in by r. A. Fort for it a a to wow Mil Tomt Pur i columbu8. Of. December 3�?with Prospect the slight Republican majority the in his second annual budget Mes incoming Senate split wide open by aage he requested 83,932.842.000 to finance the government the next fiscal year. He also warned that a tical democratic state Mant. Which followed the president s recommendation for an emergency us employ ment appropriation 1100,-000,000 8150,000.000. It was inferred in congressional circles t iat the proposal has a Stormy legislative voyage ahead. A drought i Lief there was More unanimity How Ever hts drought Relief proposals senator Robinson the democratic Leader has introduced a Bill with Republican support which would provide a fund 860.000.000 for seed and feed Loans. Chairman Mcnary the sen a flt agriculture committee plans to bring open by the most bitter strife in Ohio Legisla 1 tire history since 1898. Nov. Myers y Cooper was faced today with the necessity calling a apr Ela session the old legislature to confirm i recess appointments. The Only alternative u a Deal with the democratic minority the new Senate if he can make one. For confirmation Hiap a pointers in return for quirk Confirma finding that t he operations the to Len those whom governor elect George White will name to important state commissions. The live Republican insurgents who Tor six hours yesterday kept the account y Bond As mortgage company. Keith building. In Selling lots in the College Hill gardens subdivision were characterised by Quot High found themselves sure salesmanship and misrepresents Only tui their own party but unions Quot the state real Board welcomed by the democratic minority Lection a majority Leader up in the i in Disfavour not wednesday revoked the real estate broker License Samuel m Kramer. 810 North Crescent Avenue. President the company. The Board composed a w. Jacoby. A. F. Becher and m. J. Rudolph chairman also revoked the broker s License Harry 8teams. 1112-East Mcmillan Street and the licenses certain salesmen who had been employed by the company. The Art Ion was taken by the Board Street after attorneys province m. Pogue and Edward f. Peters repro it before his group for consideration meeting in the office the Cincin later in the week. -.v. Natl scr estate Board. Hammond. The budget message the White House was ready to Send to. The Sena the session s first Batch . Including a he Marist commission and the Ai it a a ointment William n. Doak As Secretary filing a number complaints by labor j. Elssa Mofied purchasers lots in the the problem finding a a tips so j subdivision. The comp Hunt. Which too for Muscles Shoal. Of Grea t had been made in Tho form affix strategic importance in plans for the davits charged that Kramer and session again engaged the Confer j other agents the company had rec committees. It 18 chosen senator Earl r. Lewis St. Clairs Ellis who manged the recent Republican state Campaign was selected for majority floor Leader Over senator elect Frank e. Whittemore Akron who headed the recalcitrant quintet initiating that they declined to join the caucus because the Effort Quot a discredited administration Quot to organise the Assembly Quot in an Effort to rehabilitate the Man who carried the Republican party to ignominious defeat Quot in inc november election the insurgent members indicated they tender is refused refusing to accept the tendered surrender 6i the License because the seriousness Quot the Case the Board which stated that the Case was a departure from any that Ever had been considered went to a conference. In a Short a time it announced its decision. Jacoby stated the decision As follows continued Page 81.1 shopping Days till christinas procedure in doubt Mcnary chairman the conferees. Haw Little Hope for breaking the present deadlock. Caused by the House approving private operations and the Senate adopting a plan for government development he planned to have the conferees vote a formal disagreement thus returning the legislation to the floors the respective houses. Sponsors the Senate plan Are eager that the Home be Given an Opportunity to vote it. While James j. Davis was formerly seated As Junior senator from Pennsylvania. The 8enato Campaign fund committee called together to investigate new reports expenditures in his primary Campaign. Wlliam r. Douglas and George f Weaver Philadelphia were sum mimed As witnesses. 1 Douglas was associated during the Campaign with Samuel Vauclain. Treasurer Davis Campaign committee. And Weaver is an attorney who says lie represent a client with a 874.000 printing Bill against Davis and Francis shuck Brown candidate Jar governor who was coupled with Lite new senator in the Campaign. Davis s first Bill is labor measure my would regulate wage Home employee. A a. Washington. December. 3�? a it a senator Davis Pennsylvania introduced his tire to Bill today and it. Former it. Thomas girl showed the influence the years he _. A. Spent As Secretary labor. Forced Down flight it was m measure to empower the Quot a a it v Quot a a government to fix the wage to be paid labourers and med angles employed renting Kramer had tendered the would carry in their opposition even in Zemler Kramer s Muceare which it Moat forming a coalition with had been placed in jeopardy by the the democratic minority this latter Point How the democratic leaders wad something to say. We done to want said senator David h. De Quot Armond Hamilton selected As minority Leader earlier in the Day. \ continued Page 18 used Quot High pressure Quot salesmanship and misrepresentations in making the views Are expressed by White and Cooper Columbus o., december 3�? put statements were issued today Ign George White Democrat and nov. Cooper Republican their reactions to the Republican Senate caucus yesterday in which five senators bolted the meeting and refused to pass upon its recommendations the statements were gov elect White Quot that is their party and their fight. It reminds me our own party but we Are not acting that Way . Proper nations looking beyond action in the next six months to ameliorate unemployment and difficulties caused by the drought might. Result in another deficit in j 932. The detailed estimates for 1932 included increases Over current appropriations 8109.620,000 for veterans. 851.500.000 Lor Federal Aid roads. 810. 330.000 for Public building. 82.480.660 for prohibition enforcement and 835.-000.000 for the shipping boards construction Lodh fund decrease 892,000.000 for tax refunds. 833.697,000 for National defense and 822.000.000 for interest the Public debt were listed a a y Quot a a incomes slump As to taxes Cut 1 per cent 19� incomes he said the Outlook Quot for heavy decrease in probable income and the necessity to increase Public works and Aid to employment does not warrant continual Ion the a the president likewise opposed attempt to meet the impending deficit by reduction the statutory redemption the Public debt now amounting to 8440000.000 a year. He continued. A. A continued Page 18. City employees have Relief fund plan will Placa donation boxes in municipal building offices. City employees through a committee appointed by department Heads have made arrangement to do their part toward aiding in unemployment re item v / it has been decided to place contribution boxes in each department Headquarters in City Hall and elsewhere and to invite All City employees to make a practice dropping one. Two. Five ten cents into their de. A edition galls u. S. Into ballot inquiry. A Secretary state confers with Federal attorney. County to take hand officials in conference rive at decision. G a nov. Cooper Quot it is to be regretted. Apartment Box every Day. From a party standpoint that Mem it was thought that the daily Gilt Bens did not a participate in the caucus Small chalice would not As party regularity requires. How i hardship. No definite amount is Ever there can be no criticism the As Pilior but committee in a caucus in following the usual pro a charge urges All City employees Public buildings by contractors and sub contractor. Davis said it was to maintain the local wage ale and to promote employment local workmen rather than the Transfer labourers and me chances from Kumf communities. He explained that his experience As labor Secretary had convinced him fit quent shifts workers often caused them to become Public charges Lar from Home. New you to december 3 mrs. Martha Bevins 20-Yeur-old Quot Fly ing attempting to set 9 women s transcontinental air record was forced Down at Jacksonville. A. Forty mile from Easton she said in a message to Korth Beach Airport this morning. Mrs. Bevins formerly was mis Martha Croninger feat Thomas. By. Medure by organizing with a member ship that constituted a Legal quorum. Quot the selection senator Lewis meets my personal approval out my appreciation for service he rendered As Campaign chairman As Well Ashi outstanding qualifications for the floor leadership the Senate. Quot thle interest my part is in no Way a reflection the fitness other candidates for whom i have the highest regard. Knowing the republicanism these men. I feel certain common ground will be found which personal disappointments will be subordinated to the larger interest the party. Quot the member the Senate in my judgment can work it out any that May xist1 within their own to allot a certain amount weekly and i to be As generous a possible in this emergency. 4 the Money will be turned Over each week to the City manager s office and will be used to pay those who have been Given work in the transient service Bureau restaurant preparing and serving food to the unemployed. Commercial Tribune founded 1793, taken Over by Cincinnati enquirer thinking 1thingy Over with cd Olidge second oldest newspaper in Northwest territory. Had notable editors a step toward correcting unemployment situation Quot columbu8. December 3�? in8��? passing administrative Power from the republicans to the Democrat in. Ohio the Firat next year will be a Doaks name submitted wa8hinot�n, december 3�? it up a the name William n. Doak Virginia to be Secretary labor today headed the list More than 2fxl nominations which president Hoover sent to the Senate. Arrest Fortner Remus partner Croyden. Eng a december 3�? up mis Winifred 8pooner, aged 23, and flying officer e. C. T. Edwards started at 7 a. M. Today a 10300 Man. Declared today. Brunner humorously pointed out that hundreds Republican office Holder who have been the,state4 payroll Quot will take Man who operate death vol Ley farm hold. John Wehrum 45, Box no. 120. Queen City Avenue who was sentenced to Atlanta Federal prison with George he fans and others several years ago was arrested. Wednesday noon by the acid changed with possessing Lieut Patrick Hayes and his Buquor detectives Schmitt Davis Oear bring Scudder and. Surrounded Nehru my in a barn the officers found been. Or. Otto p. Chemist and Bacierto Loutit it contained More than 3 cent alcohol.1 / raid recalled tim recent Putti in the times Star an article employees the Cincinnati Bell company catching several Topping Telephone whig in t near Queen City ave took instrument Mem n u i the it to me air journey to Capetown. Iff an a Over the Apple Selling business Quot with Ntow rpt to break the nine Day fight a the passing Tio Cooper adm Nistra a South african City a pie Tion. Leaving their positions to be y but fortunate democrats who taking alternate turns at the controls May not have been a payroll lately. A a. White is conferring important appointments Columbus. December 3�? in8 a developed that the were tappers were Federal prohibition agents. The wires they were tapping led to Gehrum s Home. Old Wehrum estate Nehru was caretaker the famous Quot death Valley Quot Buquor farm owned by Remus in the heyday his liquor career. The farm was the old Wehrum estate. Here Remus Buquor Row jew look their toads. A was to bottled and shipped to various part the country from the farm. The name Quot death Valley Quot was Given to the place after several fierce in Battles Between Remus s guards and officers. Since i release amp trom Atlanta prison Wehrum had moved to another farm top Queen City Avenue Mil near Ferguson Road. It was uus place that Lieut Hayea raided. The raid was made a search warrant. While the officers were conducting the raid an automobile with Florida License tags drove into the farm. The Driver who registered As Thomas Mitchell a Salesman Jacksonville fla., was charged with having improper tags. The oar had a false steel floor. Hayea alleged it was a liquor cargo machine. No Buquor was Potuto in the car. Wehrum and if Cheu were released Bond signed by mrs. Wehrum. look for i what int is Soi. And tar zoo. By prank y. Crown s us Aasu Vitti. A. A editorials new Vork Dav by 1� at onix tax Law Lnch a Levin a Pam. ,.&Quot.j. Ii How to Ras vent Settino pics. A it 08 not bedtime hooey. I11 now at Tow As it i a to Btu and 11 Adow. I travel Section m Dixie Digan. Is audio Rao Gram. Radio Section s4-ss Dorothy Dix voir baby and mine Minchy bit Evert world wide news gleanings. Is a macs. St x under dogs Cross word s3 m is w. Storm s advice to a so. �1 bids for two Banks received George Whites first im-1 Al wins. Q Fra Toj rant appointments flu be handed a icy we a quote sol it As melt Down Early next week it was Learned Here today. White already has established Headquarters in a downtown hotel and was expected to spend most his time Here until he takes the oath office in Jahu Arp he has been kept Busy conferring with party leaders and listening the pleas Job Hunters but it is improbable that he flu announce any appointments this week according to Henry g. Brunner democratic state chairman. Creswells name goes to Senate Xibi it feb wifi id next v. A marshal. The nomination Paul h. Ursa we Xenia o., was sent to the u. 6. Senate wednesday by president Dover. K m exp . Expected to be con unit. Sealed bids for the Purchase controlling Stock to the Bighton Bank a that . Anthe Pearl Market Bank amp Trust . Flu be received by the Cincinnati Clearing House association within the next several Days it was Learned wednesday. This controlled Stock was purchased by the association from the Bateu Kentucky corporation two weeks ago. Following the closing several Kentucky Banks in which Stock was held by the holding corporation the Cincinnati Banks however were not involved to the financial situation. Bids Atli be received Only from such batiks As Are members the Cincinnati Clearing House association. The Sale win be for both Banks As a unit rumours that certain Bohks had already acquired control the two financial institutions were denied by various Bankers. It was pointed out that until Tab bids were opened there could be no disposition the two prestige and influence once were far reaching. With inc wednesday that the commercial Tribune was issuing its final edition and that it had been sold to the Cincinnati inquirer a morning newspaper that had a National reputation passed out existence. A / Quot Quot a the commercial Tribune traced it origin Back to the first news Mier published in Cincinnati. The cent Nel the Northwest Trrry Tor it. The first number which was issued november 6. 1793. That was a weekly printed Quot Whitey Brown paper half Royal size each Page about As Large As a a mall window pane and the whole no larger than a handkerchief it bore the motto Quot open to All parties influenced by the publisher was William Max Well. It was printed at front Street and Broadway. He a dab published the territorial Laws and was the second postmaster Cincinnati. In the summer 1796 he sold the cent Nel to Edmund Freeman who changed the name to Freeman a journal. In 1900 he moved the printing Plant to Chul clothe which then became tie seat territorial government and founded the chill Trothe Gazette. It was succeeded in Cincinnati by the Gnu mate. On july 13. 1816, printed by its publishers Thomas Palmer it company Mato Street the fourth door above fifth. It was a weekly very Small with four columns Reading a Page. The subscription Price was 8230 a year to Advance 83 paid during fhe year and 8330 if paid after the end the year. News notable events were not published until weeks afterwards sometimes. The first number the paper had no mention the Battle Waterloo which had been fought four weeks jf<9< this paper july a contained Quot latest advices from London a Ted May 9. And some european news dated in March. Out Toyei rage 3ft. Quot new and startling information Haa been developed that the secretory state and Board elections feel should be investigate by the United states department Justice and the comity prosecutor. This announcement was made by Secretary state Clarence j. Brown. Wednesday afternoon following a conference Between Brown and members the Board elections had with u. 8. Attorney is it the e. Mau assistant county prosecutor Lewis f. Britten and county prosecutor elect Robert n. Gorman behind close doors. Quot he mid that the hearing by the Board and him calf at which they have been examining election officials and witnesses with regard to alleged irregularities and suspected fraud to a a the recent election would be recessed at least temporarily. A Quot it might be necessary later to proceed with the investigation but tills depends upon said Brown. Quot Quot a v a a a. A Quot we feel that the development justify information regarding referring certain happenings in the election to both the Federal and county a authorities. For that reason we Hay rent for Mau and the county prone Tutor and county . Brown said that he had agreed to co Ope Hite As Secretary 8tate through his investigator with any investigation which May be decl do a by county authorities the department Justice. Mau Stid that a the testimony taken before the Board and the Secretary state had been placed in he hands and that he will read it and very Likely refer it to the department Justice for investigation j. And report. Brown said that prosecutor elect Gorman expressed a Wium Gness to operate in any Way possible in any investigation made and that Gorman t would co operate with prosecutor Schwab to any investigation made be j fore the Mil the year. Brown refused to comment the1 nature the information. Asked. Whether it involved Only precinct workers whether it involved higher 1 ups. He declined to answer. Brown said that his undercover men who had been in Cincinnati investigating these matters would continue their work Here. Brown expects to depart for his Home in Blanchester this evening Quot hold ballots pending decision recheck by secretory instructions sent out state. Columbus december 3�? inst pending determination the race Tor lieutenant governor All election by Calvin cooled go Ort Tam to. Do cd a bar 3�?-the throughout Cotoio today were report that the raw roads Are to Assi Ime a in receipt instruct Toos to Quot hold attitude in the assertion their More aggressive rights and the Protection their property is an encouraging development. A generation go the railroads were found to he interfering too much in governmental action which in no Way concerned them. They were charged with being in politics when they should have been Only in transportation. In reforming themselves they went so far in the opposite direction that their business and therefore the Public welfare have suffered. Railroad representation at Washington has been Able and Wise but under the press it policy not always assertive. The important legislation ten years ago came from the initiative a voluntary association savings Banks and insurance companies holding Railroad securities. If the railroads can now speak Tor themselves it indicates a return sane Public Confidence in transportation management which will Benefit the country. Holding one twentieth the National wealth the railroads can do More for the welfare the wage earner agriculture and Industry than and other single Agency. We do not want any return Railroad political activity but we do need such action As will protect their interests in legislation and regulation copyright by Mcclure newspaper Syndicate Gilman refuses to a i a. Okay proposed Law inviolate until further notice All bal loto cast at the state wide elections november 4. In the absence such instruction the Board would have been permitted under the Law. To destroy these ballot 30 Days after the a a Pilch the instruction were sent out by Secretary state Clarence j. Brown. The Secretary 1 awaiting a ruling from attorney general Gilbert Bett Mah concerning the question whether there 1 any Legal authority for a state wide recheck the Nofito cot for Lieut. Nov. John t. Brown. Re Public tuu Mccrani Coburg seeking re election and for former Lieut. Gov. William Pickrel Dayton. If Wuch authority exist. Brown wont to. Know whether the 8tato canvassing Board the Secretary 8tate la authorized to order such recheck made. A recent recheck 21 counties at the secretory state office Refl ced Pickrell a majority Over Brown to slightly More than 200 votes. Lieut gov. Brown made a net gain 55 votes this recheck. He then asked that a recheck be made to the remaining 63 counties. Pickrel opposes this req ice. Of my to Quot feh Pesature. J partly Cloudy atmospheric Condl ton and mild temperature with Poa stole Rains wednesday night thursday waa the forecast w. C. Dever Eaux u. 8. Meteorologist in Choc Lanati. It will turn colder Day and thursday night be. The maximum temperature. Tuesday. Was 34 degress while the mini mum during the night was s3 degree. The coldest Point the want tent Wes the a. Manitoba where the Mercury dropped to 32 a nth a a Jesees defects in suggested Auto Drivers License Bill. Public Utility director e. announced wednesday he would not sign the petition for Tho initiated state Auto Mobile Drivers License my. He Mads the announcement to a totter to attorney John j. Arnold the Cincinnati automobile club. He told while the initiated my was us ago by the club it had two principal defects a one regarding examination Drivers and the other impossibility amendment under the i. To r. Provision the state. Oilman Bald a the first reason is that a i read the wording the my License can be granted under its terms for All Yean to come without examination. Peno Tauy. 1 do not bold that the matter the examination Drivers Init tiny to s serious quit Ion. The promo sri uniform act the National safety committee recognize this in providing the soffit Ikid word ing Whito your Mil provides except that this uniform aet limit the issuance Licensee without Examina Tion to those who file application within the first 90 Days after the mum omitted from your Bill. It 1 this Al omission tie limitation new i License to future years rather than the absence examination to the initial issuance that i regard As the fundamental weakness your Milf a to the second Poto which he based his refusal to sign the petitions Gilman said under the initiative and referendum provisions the general Assembly could Only Quot take it leave it Quot and could not Amend toe Bill after hearings and discussion and that a referendum was mandatory if the a Ito Ture did not accept the Bill As drawn. A. i a old concern files insolvency papers Rebhun last oomph so gives assets for creditors. A voluntary petition to bankruptcy was filed in United 8tatea District court wednesday by the Rebhun last company. 173s Dana Avenue. The corporation an old business concern did hot file urfi Mitula a a f symphony program Walter Giesek to nest flu be the Motot at the seventh pair symphony concerts to Emery auditorium Friday afternoon and saturday evening. He will play Beethoven s concerto no. 4 for pianoforte and orchestra. A notable feature the program will be the world Premier Quot the Black maskers Quot by Roger sessions a Young american composer. The program follows. A Tbs die Lukin. Am tired to give its assets for the fit its creditors. The a lit it Ltd �T�1- hit Futon confirmed by a t the
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