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Mitchell Evening Republican (Newspaper) - March 4, 1929, Mitchell, South Dakota I be a a i. 3j a. 4. A a a a a it. v a a of a a a Fri a Ltd by y / Quot i �?Tv4 Quot a. It a a a it or % spoke 1 in it a a it Wiso the evening Republican fourth edition Xxxvi Mitchell s. Monday March 4,1929 ten pages number 129 Lover mates All scared for Jura session meeting of Seventieth find Many jungs accomplished by say Farewell red har it in of her d c mar 4-ow ire of the Seventieth Donjon Trade and written Chat be k of Law. For a of the House member a failed cd , the die adjournment meant to Public life in the National Tor to years at least. Of the Sena the House of my oppress die not meet tout is in apr Quot Hen both hous a tto ened in special session Bun two wore of the Mem in the wot 01 Rase today will be absent. Is ahead and with Herbert Campaign promises in fold House however Alit has prepared the Way for a. A. Inn Rocc in sees calendars of both houses jammed full Coolidge to turn to literature now new York n. Y., mar. 4�? up _ Calvin Coolidge will turn to the Pursuit of literature when he reenters private life after today a inauguration of his successor As president of the United states at least to the extent of one series of Magazine articles of the a human interest Type. As or. Coolidge a retirement from Public life Drew near speculation steadily increased As to the sort of work he would do. No definite word came from the White House but the belief grew that or. Coolidge would engage in some sort of literary endeavours and today that report was confirmed in new York. When the question was put to him directly whether or not or. Coolidge was going to write for the american Magazine Mere Jewell the publications editor acknowledged that a series of articles had been contracted for although he would give no details. It was Learned however that the Elt i Coolidge articles will not Deal with j one Hundred and four Bills of the Fine Points of diplomacy or poll House origin have passed 90 have tics but rather with the a a human been killed and 28 have been signed Side of life in the White House. A a o while such things Are possible there is wrong with our country of 292 measures introduced Only 28 have been signed by governor Osten Tolna Gural Pierre s. D., mar. 4�?op a heavy j calendars face both branches of i South Dakota a legislature in the i last week of the session with the 1 Senate having 38 Bills of its origin in committee or having been reported and the House with 71 measures not acted upon. The Senate has disposed of 82 of its 231 Bills of which 17 have been signed by the governor and 46 kill a Good copy admits by the governor. Thirty eight Bills passing the House have passed the Senate. Seventy one Are in com shoot info a twirl Nettee or have been reported. High Chicann til mar 4 a Vii he be bu1s have been killed Chicago i. Mar. 4,-h-Pouce by and eight passing House have been killed in Senate. Seventy one Are in committee or have been reported. Eighty two log by the new Congress on Man Edward Coleman 35, spoken cations of Tariff revision j of by his friends As a a Good copy Jitae Relief its ways and who never smoked nor drank Dur Lre Manittee has held hearings tag seven years of unblemished Tois f St Rose hold ova a nig and shooting so a Rentto prepare Coleman said he became a a tip of the bu1f in committee. A a a Wigt a Quot a a it it a year to. Aper a a in number have been Pigeon msgr him hour tors in to Tau Fugario of automobiles Hoe Ltd never to be reported upon. A in a reparation that might be stolen easily. Coleman be Ore he House went into re a annl sesion Prei was to get $50 for the car Fugario to hear the Hoover inaugurate read. Measure. Stole. I Tom ceremonies Over radios installed sunday be Ision a wanted quit Coleman sed in the Chambers. Representative Firx ther amp Unaa it fees a jut Fugario Freeman of Minnehaha presented 2 six rears which was pro would no to let me. He said he needed to speaker Loucks on behalf of the $500 and threatened to a talk if i members a watch a in Token of our did no to i told two of his pals High esteem and Friendship on the that Fugario was trying to shake speakers forty second birthday. Me Down. They agreed to help me mrs. Loucks occupying a chair Settle him. We got him in my car beside her husband was presented cd Little new legislation. I passes were summoned to Parlier than usual today the lit to a m. And Senate an Fleer. No important business led to be transacted however 1 House arranged to finish is All members could be cwt i Timber by 11 40 of clock and Pir by to the Senate for tile Teflon o the vice president ii on the Capitol Steps of saturday night and drove into an with a bouquet by representative Alley. Fugario began to yell when they beat him. They told me to shoot him. I did no to have the heart until one of them said a shoot him or i then i of Weirauch of Stanley a was the one who wields the sceptre and the one Back Home who works to give her Man a speaker and mrs. Loucks received a clock from the House employees presented by Goldie Wells of web world Couri president promises a efforts for farm Aid nothing crowds Brave threat of weather to hear inaugural address Hoover makes stoning Appeal for rigid Law enforcement Washington d. C., mar. 4�? up a the administration of the Federal government passed today from Coolidge and Dawes to Hoover and Curtis amid inaugural splendours which even a chill dripping rain could but partially dim. Taking his oath of office in the presence of Many thousands who sat in the open to hear him unmindful of the penetrating bombardment from the skies the new chief executive concluded the inaugural drama by reviewing a Parade of military and civilian units which made history. The rainstorm did not begin until shortly afternoon less than an hour before or. Hoo ver pronounced the oath of office. At first it was no More than a Mist but it increased with the passing hours. It whipped under the High roof above his head As the new president delivered his inaugural address and although it caused him no serious discomfort he changed to a dry suit after he returned to the White House. He Hoover As the thirty first Fox purchases big it of the nation. Bin Quot it of i Wui it Litwer. My ii Nanai Annecy of the closing Dlapa or Luc a Wright Tarbell of Watertown. V a a we v a Quot a i chief clerk for a number of years ii this National legislative Vas the fact that All of a departmental appropriation were lately tucked away Ite from the danger of death new York n. A mar. 4.�? pm William pox who started his career in the motion picture business 25 years ago with a capital of $1,666 today stood revealed As Monarch of Senate to Rule Curtis asserts new vice president takes stand opposite to that held by Dawes taken Over apparently without bloodshed by the rebel forces. In Vera Cruz the rebels Are under the command of general Jesus Maria Aguirre until yesterday chief of military operations there and in Sonora under Wyman Gardner Are unconfirmed nomination fail with others in Fin Al of she up to Hoover now general Francisco Manzo. Military. T _ _ w mar. 1 chief. Governor Fausto Topete and Washington. C., mar. Enil ened unexpectedly when the Washington d. C.,-a a a a a a. Assuming the vice presidency today a a i thess n0minati0n5 a a am with an inaugural address to the \ Morrow hurries to capital ration change delayed a a sores of importance re to be acted upon at and not. One doomed to die. And encase one in which was presented by representative Otto of Clark with Money for Purchase of a door Knocker because of a a rumours that he is building a House _ i tile greatest kingdom to the movies. I to j has been is or will be mar he announced that Fox Heaters and in Token of his service senators Over whom he will preside j ambassador Morrow Cut Short his corporation of which he is presi j on the House Force. Charles Curtis took a position week end at Cuernavaca and dedent. Had bought Quot a sensational buried under proposed Laws the Harnly contrary to that of his pre Ltd it Ted t0 hasten Back to the capital of the Stock of Loews toe., wreckers were today tol5harply Contr it a family a w pectin nost of Cine toe relationship or the colonel Charles a. Lind-1 eluding the appointment or cum by Byron Price Washington d. C., mar. 4�?up a the presidency of the United states passed to Herbert Hoover today in a colourful ceremony which he himself described As a a dedication and consecration under speaking to All the world in an inaugural address delivered from the historic East Steps of the Capitol. The new chief executive declared disregard of Law the nations greatest peril and appealed directly to his fellow citizens to help secure Observance of the prohibition Law. With hand upraised he repeated the words of the official oath of office administered by chief Justice Taft shortly after noon and kissed the Bible at a passage saying a the that keep eth the Law Happy is half an hour earlier Charles Curtis had succeeded Charles g. Dawes As vice president in a Bere Mony inside the Senate chamber anew and retiring second officers a. K Gardner of South Dakota for Jam in r the customary Brief and blocks of the Stock of Loews inc., j lawmakers were prepared today to. From the widow my family of mar j meet Day and night to an Effort to a a Sesoi on Federal judgeship were among those lost in the legislative a Jam As the Seventieth Congress passed out of existence. A Host of other nominations in dresses disagreed directly on the old subject of the Senate rules. Cal will write Calvin Coolidge once More a private citizen after thirty years of a has a real interest was i Cus Loew. I close the legislative session before passed by the House yesterday i Tete of m to 153. It would re for one year from july i Ira in effect of the nation Cirii e of the immigrant its chances of Bess s la faded in the Senate opponents retained a Midnight Friday March 8. Indications were that the clock would be turned Back at the end of the week. Healy calendars faced both houses. The Benote has before it today Loews inc., operates from 175 to 200 motion picture vaudeville Heaters and in addition controls Mero Goldwyn Mayer pictures corporation. Fox theater corporation controls about 65 Heaters All Over the country including the recently the Currence in the House Amend whip purchased poll Chain in new eng ment to provide an additional $20 land. The Fox film corporation too for the department of the Atli Campaign Hoover favored of which Fox is also president con Horney general to defray expenses a a of the provision which trois More than 500 Heaters. Of such investigations As a May be Mise toe quota restrictions negotiations Are almost Complete proponents of the to chief officer of the Senate to the we Yth id. Wilbur retiring Secretary of the government service turned Senate Rule i statement to Mexico cloy Navy to be a circuit judge in cab fresh from Twenty years service new papers president Portes Oil fornia fallen 0nce Hijo Urney in the Senate Curtis asserted to his expressed Confidence his govern colleagues that the vice president j ment wow survive th9 revolt a is not one of the makers of the Law nor is he consulted about the rules adopted to govern your Curtis upholds Senate whereas four years ago Charles g. Dawes had pleaded for revision of the Senate rules to limit debate Curtis today declared the �blips-1 fornia also failed. Hoovers stand Uncertain Ampton. He had seen Power pass failure of the Senate to act Ren from him with whatever of emotion Ders the nominations ineffective May have been struggling within and or. Hoover after he becomes j hidden behind a Serene instr Tabil i Washington d. A. Mar. 4�?op a with simple forceful language reflective of his own personality Herbert Hoover today dedicated himself and his administration to Law enforcement at Home and the promotion of peace throughout Tiibi world. These two purposes stood out in bold Relief in his inaugural address delivered from a simply decorated stand on the East front of the Capitol after he had taken the oath As the thirty first president of the United states. Must safeguard Law declaring that the most malign of All the dangers from which self government must be Safe guarded today is the disregard and disobedience of Law the president said that a to consider these evils to find their remedy is the most sore necessity of our times a. A rigid and expeditious Justice $ the first safeguard of Freedom the basis of All ordered Liberty the vital Force of Progress a he said. A it must not come to be in our Republic that it can be Defeated by the indifference of the citizen by exploitation of delays and entanglements of the Law. Or by combinations of criminals turning to the enforcement of the eighteenth amendment Hoover asserted that abuses which had grown up around it Are due to part to toe failure of some states to accept their share of the responsibility for concurrent enforcement and to the failure of Many state and local officials to zealously enforce the Law. Citizens Are responsible but a Large responsibility rests directly upon our citizens a he asserted. A there would be Little traffic in illegal liquor if Only criminals patronized it. The duty of citizens to support the Law is co equal with the duty of their government to enforce the Laws which exist. A your whole system of self government will crumble either if officials elect what Laws they will enforce or citizens elect what Laws they will support. The worst evil of disregard for some Law is that it destroys respect for All As one immediate step for an improvement of conditions. President Hoover declared it essential a that a Large part of the enforcement activities be transferred from the Treasury department to the department of Justice As a beginning of More effective organization. Plans comprehensive inquiry reiterating his determination to appoint a National commission for a searching investigation the chief executive disclosed Fiat its inquiry from i Bota toe whole Structure of the Federal Reserve system of jurisprudence As Well As to methods of enforcement of the eighteenth amendment and the causes of abuse under it. Solemnly asserting that the United states not Only desires peace there is disagreement As to the 255 Al he. Outbreak 1 president must resubmit names for j Ity. For the immediate future he j a wort twit to be peace it Mied these posts no Nelna ?ositi0nht0 a Quot devote Kimseu t0 3 series 0f a intoned thigh out the world. Movement of disgruntled military authority could say the Magazine articles. Loaders who wished to impose their new executive would Send i an infant viral r Choice or the presidency upon the country at the elections next november. It is understood the mov ement great Britain and Fox said for the acquisition by the vesti gation measures feel that with sons and duties of this office re favor the candidacy of Gilberto Val a Ireland at the expense Fox metropolitan Heaters corp Orthe general Bill passed carrying the quire a recognition and application jer.?r Sweden and Norway. I action of 334 Heaters in the greater it investigation Money that Little Dif t0j precedents which have Petoe from a his Little legis new York District. Acuity would be experienced in of br0ught, the United states Senate to As left a Quot Splete there to Taining passage of the investigation present recognized position of a number of Nom 14 Watertown men Bills. Similarly those opposing in param0unt importance As a legislate pending passed up a apr ctr in r aids it ligation feel that failure to Tive body -3ts? ? because of a Lack of Akk Lullu i in Ait of concur the House amendments to service among you a he de Watertown. S. D., mar. 4�?a3�? the general Bill would carry with it dared a has impressed me with the the two rears of fourteen Watertown men were Tak defeat of investigations. Responsibilities of every senator and co Tess discloses a 111 a wiping liquor raid Here cd Ancona. Big j-21 l.8&Quot Coolidge writes in Frere a die r record at the same time it has Given me a Clear understanding of the duties morning which or Dud Archin obligations of the vice Presl my or one business place and severe for Curtis concern Dent. Dollars for the a. E government con residence. Few few bks other tongs enacted. Run Tel Bill participated Omro i it As described As the a largest he ladies Home journal announce acti0ns. His obligations to the of state county Philadelphia pa., mar. 4�?cp a i a he not on 0f the makers of enforcement authorities yer Calvin Coolidge had departed Law nor is he consulted about from Washington this afternoon. The adopted to govern your a warns so the penalties toe prohibition and most successful prohibition that former president had raid Ever staged in Watertown by bitten three articles on promote treat pm Cit people of the country to whom he Enid think no i a ens my a a a a in How a owes his High portion and his Cut or inn Fth i states attorney a. B. Jaynes and ing peace for the publication. You senators Call for a fair and scr Taiin mgt or in l scan of Huron state prohibit announcement signed by impartial construction of the rules. Renounce War. I Dite Curt who took part. Loring a. Schuler editor of the which you. Yourselves have adopted Astor gifts a Ait fourteen men were still in coun journal says and which you alone May change. It a to m r Ytoiz to jail today their preliminary Calvin Coolidge has written for a. Obligations and duties require toe in jazz w hearings being set for one of clock the ladies Home journal three a a recognition and application of the of a up put Vrca by i wednesday afternoon. Those jailed Les on the principles of peace. Precedents which have brought the four Quot 1 were Paul Schmidt. J. Briggs in hi5 armistice Day speech of United states Senate to its present a Presb a h o Charles Gabert. Ernest Saberts last november the retiring presi recognized position of Paramount Church of j Harvey Knold. Curtis Bradley Dent said a for the cause of peace importance As a legislative body. Frank Cox c. S. Lindley Charles the unit a states is adopting the Durkop and Richard Thesenvitz i Only practical principles that have shovel Saba. I Ever been proposed of preparation of limitation and renunciation. Attacks Mellon a the has elaborated these three Enzela. Former mexican minister to great Britain. Obregon a Friend leads rebels general Jesus m. Aguirre former close personal Friend of general Obregon and a native son of Sonora. Appeared to be Leader of the tiler the new executive would Send an inaugural Parade in some Back the names submitted by his j respects the most ambitious in predecessor. Lenroot was nominated to be a judge of the court of customs appeals and Glassie was named to the District of Columbia supreme court. Secretary Wilbur had Ben named for the vacancy in the circuit court of the ninth District. Other nomination which failed of confirmation were As follows Geo. T. Mcdermott Kansas and Orle rebellion. Dispatches from Sonora j p. Phillips new Mexico to be Mem indicated that governor Fausto hers of the reply established tenth Topete acknowledged his command i circuit court and former governor the scope of tire movement was in m. Neff of Texas to be a Mem some doubt. Rebel a a pronounce mentos claimed collusion of eight states Vera Cruz Sonora Oaxaca Sinaloa. Nayarit Coahuila Chihuahua and Durango. The government announcement of departure of general Gonzalez Esca Ber of the railway Oard of medi _ action. Lloyd p. Stryjer and Wand a ade�?~s�?o7n his?ory.�?� old time maintained throughout the world the president expressed the Hope for ultimate american adherence to the world court and declared that the history was the last act of the to acceptance of the recent treaty for aug ural drama including in its a. Allotted units the great dirigible los Angeles and a Hundred circling air planes. Officials estimated that the rear guard would not pass the White House reviewing stand until late afternoon. Not in Many years has so colourful a display of sentiment attached a change of administrations in Washington. Thousands overran the capital and nearly every state had its place in the order of March of one of the most pretentious in aug g. Cal Fey to be District judges for the Southern District of new York. John m. Woolsey and Alfred a. Wheat to be additional judges in the Southern and Eastern judicial bar from Torreon was construed As districts of new York respectively. Focas Bee announced. I Tfir forecast Dakota sadly Cloudy to a a a lightly colder a Tot. Kate some i Washington. mar. It to ror Hiwot portion j a attack on Secretary Mellon was made in the Senate to in Cloudy tonight Clay by senator Mckellar. Demo a i Sedav somewhat colder in Erat Tennessee who complained or pwt Aion tonight i a excessive Quot tax refunds Ai owed by j l of Taco a. Partly Cloudy to the Treasury. He said that ii h Al Fri tuesday not much Bert Hoover warned me Ion re temperature would oppose his confirmation. Lh1 temperatures a i will Vole against him is5� minimum temper Keller said because he to t Quail do for by the Oft Del. Fled under the Law to hold and because he is inefficient. A he is not a faithful Public servant a he shouted. A the has allowed refunds of $3,500,000,000 to his eight b years of service. Any Man v to has made mistakes of that size ought to Hafting. Be discharged a is Isyss cabinets is to up wire Jan i a. J Senate tomorrow p1her and roads e nominations of his Cabinet to the denial of reports of his defection. There was some uncertainty too of the status of the mexican Navy. Dispatches from Vera Cruz said it had joined general Aguirre the presidents statement to the press however said the seven ships in the Vera Cruz Harbor had weighed Anchor and left wire Lessing the government for instructions. Reports Are varied there were various reports As to How the movement started. The of j facial version is contained in the Only two Federal judge appointees were confirmed. They were Allen Cox of the Northern District of Mississippi and Charles e. Woodward for the Northern District of Illinois. Pullets ran pupi kinds fundamentals preparation. Umilta for thru into renunciation in three articles under the general title a promoting peace.�?T. ,. A the first of or. Coolies articles will appear in the april Issue of the ladies Home journal the second in May and the third in o w7.�?T-uru air Rometer from 7 a. To 7 a m today of 28 ip1, in. Today 28 Yin. Drifting he my Centerville Man thought suicide hot Springs Ark. Mar. 4 up it Andrew Lyckholm 71, retired Farmer of Centerville. S. D., was found dead from a Bullet wound on Weet compliments predecessor to turning to his predecessor the a jul a new vice president expressed to him How the movement started. The of i 4ye plenty of a appreciation admiration and es-1 facial version is contained in the. J teem for his services. Statement of president Portes ii ads Tor cockerel Ana Pill a we will agree a said Curtis a that j which says that at 7 a. Rn., yester j. J by Are still Selling. A Ropo Imph from i j he has filled his arduous duties and frequently onerous duties with credit and distinction not Only to himself but to the Senate and to the people of the United Calle called to Check mex revolt former president in charge As rebels seize towns in two states Day a message was received from \ general Aguirre stating that various state officials had a assumed a suspicious attitude and asking for information. This according to the president was intended to imply loyalty and to afford an Opportunity to further the revolt he had already started. Even though the season is late. Mrs. Math both of Ethan says a a please do not run the and any More. I sold the 60 Buff Orpington pullets in the first Issue of your paper and had several More Mexico City Mexico mar. 4�?czp Mountain in the hot Springs a i the mexican government Mobili Lineal Park today. Federal officers de Loyal forces today to meet tie j expressed the belief the wound was attacks of widespread and Serio is self inflicted. A pistol was found revolution. Near the body. J general Plutarco Calles Lyckholm came Here last novem former president was drafted from Ber for his health. He was said to his retirement and made secrets y Nobile censored by italian Board Rome Italy. Mar 4-�? a3 a official _ blame for the disaster which ended Telephone Calls for them. The North pole flight of the Tirigi Alvin Hegge of Menno also wrote to have her and taken out As she had have considerable wealth. To a a of War. In charge of All military operations. As troops were brought Here from huhs Bear 14 people injured London. Eng., mar 4.�?up�? four Loyal states to reinforce the Mexico in this re teen persons were sported injured j City Garrison other combat con in the Cus fax Tom of is immediate pred a Emo a cd up and where the revolt a decision made it a Ksita follow a by. Fire which peered to Center strict a 36 25 27 to pair Senate until lome a .0frr.m the Cis today in a Spectra Cuba series of sex tangents were prepared 28 32 22 of fair spec he a dlr a or censors. Plo Sions a Quot the famous Woolrich nature to the states of 35 30 of a to 41 24 .10 fair i Hoover _ 33 40 31 Joi Good for the new to recess a burning late this after ship was establish dec. 5 8 5 a a a 1 a a a a for de Vera Cruz a Ensor ble italia last May was attached i today to general Umberto Nobile its commander. Two counts Are contained ii the. Censure which was made by the of sold her 4u pullets facial Board of inquiry into tile Dis mrs. Nick Weber of Vivi mmwohni>0lntec by Premier an sold 35 pullets for $50 the first of these blames Nobile Anc was a very Well pleased for the crash itself the second finds no acceptable justification of his letting himself be rescued from i the ice first when finally the new about the a Early Bird 7 swedish aviator Lundberg reached the scene. The reports give the a what about the Early Fervour found new expression As the age of radio and aviation took Possession of an honoured american institution and cast the Days event into Modem Mold. Womer have greater share embellished by the symbols of peace and of preparedness the Inaugurato spectacle displayed both the might and the Prosperity of a Happy people. Silk hatted governors mingled with the soldiery and merchants Farmers and cowboys joined their cheers with the less demonstrative approbation of red indians in feathered headdress. Proud of their Newt political estate women had a greater share than Ever before in the induction of a new president into office. Throughout the mile from White House to Capitol lined with temporary wooden benches rising tier above tier Over the sidewalk and Gay with the National colors american citizens of every walk made free with their enthusiasm. Disregard weather they gathered Early a discouraged by a weather forecast which the renunciation of War a should pave the Way to greater limitation of armament the offer of which to sincerely extend to the expressing his belief that no More potent instrumentality for the Pacific settlement of controversies Between nations than the world court has Ever been conceived Hoover declared a no other is practicable of establishment a seeks no special privilege a the reservations placed upon our adherence should not be misinterpreted a he continued a the United states seeks by these reservations no special privilege or advantage bub Only to clarify our relation to advisory opinions and other matters which Are subsidiary to the major purposes of the court. A the Way should and i believe will be found by which we May take our place in a movement so fundamental to the Progress of there was just a single line reference to National defense in the entire address which was four thousand words in length. It was a peace can be contributed to by respect for our ability in adverting to his recent Good will tour of latin America the president said each of the republics to the South was building a a racial character and a culture which is an impressive contribution to human a a we wish Only for the maintenance of their Independence the growth of their stability and their Prosperity a he said. Farm Relief can to wait turning again to Domestic affairs the chief executive said fur hinted that the fair skies and crisper agricultural Relief and a limited temperatures of earlier hours might changes in the Tariff a cannot in give Way to an afternoon rain. They j Junce to our Farmers our labor wanted to be in time not to miss j and manufacturers be seeing president Coolidge ride to the adding that he would request a Capitol for the last time As Chie special session of Congress for the executive with Hoofer seated at his i consideration of these questions. Left. They stayed so they government cooperation in in cheer president Hoover Riding Back it a nip Nunt Westward to become master of the a a White House. Many thousands of them stood for hours waiting for the afternoon Parade which came last of All on the inaugural program. If the Street belong to the City a guests the air belonged to the army with results. Egg season is Here you in business stimulation of dec if a n a i or. Public health services were other movements upon which the president placed his endorsement. He declared that Public health service a should be As fully organized and highest Praise to Captain Alberto Mariap a Pilot and Captain Filippo Zappi navigator. Egg a a Ute the Blank and the Navy and to the radio. The is universally incorporated into our Mammoth los Angeles Queen of the governmental system As is Public skies ordered Here from her base at education. Lakehurst was assigned the place of analyses election mandate Honor among the Hundred aircraft a it appears to me a he went on detailed to present above the Inaug-1 a that the More important further ural pageant a picture of air Power j -nandate3 from the recent election Seldom seen before in peace time were the maintenance of the integ radio Marsha led its Best Talent and j Rity of toe Constitution the veg of cont med on Page six i continued on Page six

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