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Warren Tribune, The (Newspaper) - May 21, 1927, Warren, PennsylvaniaClub and track for work Clarion the Warren Tribune Only Republican daily in Warren county controlled and edited by republicans it is not too late i to the Tribune s e in time Reader entered Are Badiac the pleasant and profitable. Vol. No. 188. Two editions daily United May 1927. Bath phones 412 Pena. Ave. W. Three cents. News of Lindbergh meagre i today farms and machines. One 8 twins. The Paris Mill. Error. By Arthur Brisbane Story that flyer had passed Ireland cheered by waiting crowd Haynes and Andrews Are ousted in greatest shakeup Many rumours on Progress of Lone airman on Way to Paris the Hope of the Farmer is in better and More intelligent use of it it is not alone the Selling Price of a Bushel of wheat that counts but the amount of farm time and voor used to produce the Bushel. A Man working with pick and shovel could not afford to up and sort 0 it Gold bearing gravel if it paid him due dollars a ton average. But giant dredging machines in the Sci amento Valley Are making millions working i avel that pays less than Twenty tents a ton. Edwin j. Clapp shows what a c Nunery is doing and will do to help solve farm and Why United j states farms can compete with euro j Pean cheap and even survive h go Railroad freight rates. On american one worker on the average produces twelve tons of i Cereal. In Europe one worker pro j dates one and one half tons. I from 1910 to american farm population increased Only i our per while production of wheat in creased fifty eight per Corn Shuty five per Cotton forty seven per cattle thirty seven per hogs e per cent. The farm problem is not to be solv according to or. By hip the boys on the but by Lettig the Hoys go to the using More machinery on farms and Titius reducing Cost of production. Mussolini pays Especial Honor to the italian Mother of sets of twins. She deserves it. Italy is proud of the fact that her population is while that of France and some other countries diminishes. But _ is fortunate that a Mother twins is an even in Italy. Multiplied As mice fam incr War and plague would be the permanent condition of All on Earth. Not How but How is the important question. Or. And mrs. W. K. Vanderbilt ii j meet in to fulfil requirements of French Are not and it ill be divorced. No trouble about re. Or. Jack Pickford and miss Marilyn Miller agree to get Paris no trouble there. That Mill grinds smoothly and regularly. There is a Fly in the ointment. Former ambassador continued on Page but not any can be confirmed for Lone flier new american Campaign now going at rapid is James Doran Paris prepares great Warren Tribune circulation _. _ _ _ _ _ Wjk. My h m a pc big reception experienced air navigators Are amazed at daring hoping for Success and cheering at nerve and Pluck of flier is poorly equipped by Thomas l. Stokes press staff May ended naval air navigators Here Are marvelling today at the amazing Ven Tare of who is getting hourly nearer his goal at Par is if his lock has not changed. Hoping for his cheering at his nerve and they yet consider him a real because of his absolute disregard of All pre cautions usually taken on such a flight As that from new York to Par including his Lack of the navigation instruments they consider essential. He carries Only a com pass. Getting along Well mrs Earl 1 tree font who underwent an operation last monday at the Warren general hos is getting along it was re ported this afternoon. Second edition Little salesmen get pm in Early not Orer two classified ads. Of 5 lines etch or will be run la this Box the same Day in addition to being run in the classified Tion. Chauffeur or truck Driver. Consider anything. Call 1839. Office chair and files. Call Bell 1099. L thirty hours flying should put daring navigator Over Southern England rumours flying fast new York. May French Cable company office in new York today issued an unconfirmed credited to an official source received from their office at that an air plane believed to have been that of Cap Tain Charles Lindbergh passed Over at 3 p. M. Eastern Daylight savings time today. Bayeux is 125 Miles from Paris. The press has received nothing to indicate that Lind Bergh has reached France. May official at la Bourget Field this afternoon announced to the crowd awaiting Captain Charles Lindbergh there that the Lone american airman had passed Over county ire at Eastern Daylight Enro Ute to Paris from new York. The crowd burst into a loud cheer for the airman. May superintendent ban Don of the Irish civic guards to Day reported Captain Charles have reached ire land be on the triumphal flight Over Well marked air ways toward Paris. A Broad neck of water Between Ireland and England and the English Channel must still be crossed. Cherbourg. May Marine per feature received a wireless Dis Patch tonight saying that a Gray air plane similar to that in which Captain Charles Lindbergh was Enro Ute from new York to had passed Over Sta Point. Eng at 3 p. M. Eastern Daylight time. Sta Point is on the Southern coast of Between plym Outh and Exeter and on a line Between the southwestern coast of Ireland and Paris. From str Point to Paris is approximately 275 Miles. New May Charles at 2 p. M. To Day had been gone 30 hours on his to Paris in the absence of fully confirmed reports ask to the the Hoar had come when followers of the flight began to wonder. There were Many but none could be confirmed. A plane seen flying on the Irish coast was believed to have been but the identification Marks could not be seen because it was go ing too High. The British Marconi company in England told the radio Corpora Tion in new York that a squad of British planes was escorting soon after new York Over the British but that almost an hour still waa unconfirmed from and source while the air ministry in London had no and thirty hours flying should have put Lindbergh Over South Ern England or the lower end of the if he followed his in tended course. The papers caused tremendous excitement. Shop girls and Stenograph ers gasped with Joy. The extras sold rapidly. Stores ported the erroneous news in windows. New York. May the radio corporation of America announced at p. M. Today that the British Marconi station in England advised it that at that hour a squad Ron of British air planes was flying with Captain Charles Lindbergh Over the English Channel and expected to be in Paris in about two and one half hours. The statement was made in answer to questions regarding a report that the British Marconi company had advised the radio corporation of Ameri Ca in new York that British air planes were escorting Lindbergh across the English Channel. The air ministry said no orders had been Given for such an escort. The dispatch boat Gaston Rivier off St. Brie was instructed today to watch for the passage of Captain Charles Lindbergh. The naval prefecture warned All warships in the eng Lish Channel to be Alert for the flier s appearance. World s hero Odds against Captain Lind Bergh decrease As hours Speed. By demonstration will depend on condition publication of names of Wor kers heralds real Start of enthusiastic race with Many candidates after subscriptions still plenty of time for late beginners to enter the contest and cop Fine prizes every american in Paris will be Given ticket to flying Field capt. Charles Lindbergh Here s capt idolized by a Ris to Fly from Nev. It Oik to is the received by the to and reported by feature services be his Best. Plucky Mother prays for safety of intrepid youth traditional family Reserve is unshaken by exploit of Captain May a. God sent gasped mrs. Evangeline Lodge Mother of the intrepid when informed by the United press this morning her son s ship probably had been sighted 200 Miles from the Irish coast. Hope it s True. You my boy could mrs. Lindbergh had just Arisen when the news was phoned to her. Is the most comforting Mes Sage i could think she said Sim Means much to so much More to my by Marben Graham. United press staff correspondent May hours of nerve wracked waiting while her boy son ploughed his Way to a living or dead heroism has not upset that traditional family Reserve of the plucky Little mrs. Evangeline Lodge Lindbergh. At seven o clock this just the hour when first straight ened the nose of his plane for Paris mrs. Lindbergh was sleep ing res fully. It was saturday and no Chemis try class for her to instruct. So she just naturally took the Little extra bit of sleep. She was reported to have re tired around ten o clock last having heard that her boy already had left behind the last bit of land and was now in the mercy of the elements and the gaping Ocean. No Cool As by a. L. Bradford. United press staff correspondent Mav against Cap Tain Charles Lindbergh in his Effort to Fly from new York to Paris were de i easme this and the crowd continued to grow at Lebourget the Lone airman scheduled to anime. The mostly had in creased to by late afternoon and was constantly being added to by new arrivals. The first quoted at 10 to 1 against went to 8 to 1 and finally 7 to 1 this afternoon. Newsboys arriving from Paris with the latest extra editions of newspapers relating reports and developments sold out As rapidly As they appealed. Two sets of plans for his his condition when he if the j who will have hours with Only two hours sleep if he reaches is not he will be the guest of Honor at of 35 leading members of the american col ony and a few High French govern ment officials. The dinner will be held at a Little hotel near the Field. The chief of the meteorological ser vice at Lebourget told the United press that Lindbergh could not have chosen a More Ideal moment at any time in the past month. The weather service reported no rain along Lindbergh s supposed course. It was expected _ Lindbergh would arrive Here from new York Between 7 and 9 p. French Day Light that would be Between 2 and 4 p. Eastern Daylight time. Having recovered from the first Shock of amazement that any Man would attempt what Lindbergh was expected to achieve american residents in Paris from general John j. Pershing Down to the flapper tourists were rooting for him to win. Sandwiches in his plane and Only a couple hours sleep before he exclaimed a youth of unmistakably american environment. That More or less suggests the attitude of Paris in general toward the unassuming daring of Lindbergh. Did anyone want to bet that Lind Bergh would t sleep in Paris the bet was made. Did anyone want to drink a Toast to the lonely Aii Man and to his the Toast was drunk. Did anyone think that Guy did t have All nerve in the world the thinker of such profane thoughts was cursed with abysmal misunderstanding of men. And. Would the americans celebrate a h they re off in Bunch the open ing gun was fired Friday in the Tri Bune great prize Campaign in which in valuable Are to be Given away absolutely Ricc when the names of the live hustlers nominated As candidates in the Campaign were published for the first time. From this time this great paralleled is going to hold the Center of interest Lor thou Sands of the for every family 111 Warren and Vicinity have one or More friends in the and All it ill be watching How they started. Tile list of candidates wll appear in every Issue of the Tribune for seven weeks and Many changes in the standing will take place. Those at the top one Day will be among the lower candidates the next Issue. Every one be Lousy on the special vote offer Given from week to and no laggards will last Long in the list. There is a Vicat Deal of satisfaction enforcement policies of old administration to be car ried out to letter Lowman Oyne York for Treasury Post other changes in personnel Are expected within next few Days 15y Issei 11 s. L listed i staff correspondent Washington. May in every Campaign then Are to be ution i Yitoi Cement policies Hud Down fund candidates w to make a big assistant Secretary of Tio usury l in be Iii counted i the winners at the close Anil it unlink up in the list from Day Day. Even if there were not such fabulous rewards at the Mere pleasure of one s name up among the leaders would prove most thrilling but when some candidate is roing1 to be freely k v in the key to a Chi slim car at the close and then the heart thrill has been added and the candidate and then Well wishing friends Are to Pas some breathless horus and the closing Day of the Campaign telling fantastic stones of How Many subscribe is they have secured or How votes they in Etc. Their idea is to scale out the other candidates for Wilnot question there arc some of whom the Candi dates Are actually a did. To such unsportsmanlike methods there should be bu1 one namely arc a but you can t Bluff never pet discouraged 01 Down continued on Puc Blue and White takes two firsts at Clarion Friday cup for winners of greatest number of Points brought Back to Warren Many from this City is grateful for Aid in distress amid sorrow of burying dead Village pauses to note appreciation people still stunned Warren High took two first boys quartet and glee club taking top _ honors the Blue and whim girls placed thud in glee club singing Fey Eaton United press correspondent Mich May 21 the sorrow of burying its 44 the Village of Bath paused today to give an official thought to the manner in in Competition with other High schools. At Clarion state Normal school at which its plight had touched the heart n i of Michigan. And As a result i t i the braid of education of the of the Fine showing of local students Bath consolidated school read a his they would. Cables of congratulations to Lind Stergh began arriving Early today at Bourget Field. They came from the United states. General Pershing at the Crillon hotel and ambassador Herrick at the embassy were informed of develop ments by the United press. The indications were that Lind if he will receive an almost unprecedented Welcome. A marvelled her i every american in Paris who de John c. President of the de sire s to see Lindbergh s Arri a cup for the winners of uie great est number of do inti in uie festival was won by Warren. The championship Loving cup awarded Warren at Clarion Back to Warren Otist night and nou. On display at Merle Graham s. Will be forwarded winners of events at a later Date. The boys quartet was composed of Everett Earl Richard Schlaack and Charles the latter taking the place of Donald who was obliged to resign on account of his being a member of the Kalten Bach which has the engage ment at Conneaut Lake this summer. Oil City High under the direction of Harland c. Took first place in that number while Youngsville was adjudged second with Clearfield placing third. In the girls Trio Apollo carried off first and third. The girls glee club of Ridgway won place in that contest with j Dubois and Warren third. The trophy for the latter contest was a Challenge which Ridgway has won i for the third time and will now keep. The judges of the contest m. J reported at Roost Volt Bellan Claude director of music department of Public in William ear superintendent of Pitts Burgh Public or. Charles to director of visual department of Public har Ohirion unanimously adopted in town ship our most Heartfelt thanks to those who have so nobly assisted us in Houi of our Dis ii was the first formal statement from the authorities confronted by the All but hopeless task of restoring a Community of 300 inhabitants Fol lowing the maniacal dynamite no of its consolidated school. Me communication was signed by the members of the Board. The name of Andrew p. Was missing from the Docu ment. It was Kehoe who plunged the Village into unparalleled mourn ing by he mad act of last wednes Day. Kehoe was treasurer of the and a glance at the Board s accords revealed that at the last Reg ular meeting As made the motion to adjourn. Columbia held up by Adverse winds Ca plane May hop off sunday t v v 01 n. May 21. I c. Andrews ret me dry will be earned out to the letter by or Jami s m. New Federal prohibit lion commissioner. In. Dot an told the United press to Day the to would be in change in policy of the prohibition machine. Tin dry organization will concentrate or Soui Cesol Supply and commercialized traffic m he said to the greatest prohibition shake us in Histon or. Doran was made Amei Ica s Day Over Roy a who was supported the anti Saloon league for the com missioner ship. Andrews in signed his Treasury Voluntad effective August Ami will be succeeded by Seymour Low former lieutenant govt Vanoi of new York. Lowman will no carry the Burden shouldered by an As Secretary of the trea Snoj Mellon has a Lelch ated full authority to or Doran to handle All Prohic Tiki Martois. The Conns Soonei s Deci Sion will m All cases be final. Secretary Mellon Mongiat Ulato an Drews on his Success. Other changes in personnel arc sex peeled to be made within a few Days several Persona 1 funds of and h. K. Weeks Federal wine Sulci Aie expected to resign. Is looking for a Job paying More than a year paid to an assistant Secretary of the Tea suit. He has under consideration a position As general manager of the association against in Pic which has had several with the anti Saloon league Lowman was born october 1868. In Chemung n. Y. Lie educated for Law and after admission to the bar became interested in Busi Ness. He is now a contractor at n. Y. After serving As City Chamberlain at Elnora for seven Lowman was elected to a two year term in the state Assembly and from there went to the state Senate for a six year term. In he was elected lieu tenant governor of the state and served two years under governor Miller. Lowman is the Leader of the dry Winoc of the Republican party in i s Section of new York. He has one son and four daughters. Or. A headed Irish Rose from the ranks. Twenty years ago he entered government service and gradually worked his Way up to head of the technical division of the prohibition Bureau. Andrews the Lowman Doran team will make prohibition go Forward to final Victory. He de scribed both men As who have sound judgment and common sense. The campaigning inaugurated by and the Semi military end 01 Cement program invoked by an will now be supplanted by genuine business put into effect by a Small town contractor and a 20 troit Council and acting Mavor of be Given a ticket to Bourget lit j won. I the fes Luc Ica -1- year service government it a flurry of excitement was caused is stated. Here Early today when it was announced the Bellanca plane col Exibia would the ent re dry machine will be turned Over to Lowman and Doran on called a con for that lieutenants Start for Paris at Dawn. The weather guess taking part from Warren been a member of parliament. Mrs. Lindbergh moved to Minneso-1 was France be to in the with her he served in Congress As a repro j tentative from 1907 to 1917. Ing his mrs. Lindbergh moved j Back to Detroit in 1925 and took up her duties As a chemistry teacher in Cass technical High school. Shiloh drummer boy is dead at Franklin of the girls after mechanics had worked for an glee Kenneth Nector on the it announced of the Chase the flight had been postponed because j of the boys glee Clu o and p. W. M. Averse superintendent 01 she lives Here with her c. 1 l. Who is a chemistry inc j in Imine May ies suffered when she fell on the floor of her Home last december caused the death today of mrs. Sarah 80. Mav 21. P boy who at 14 years of age was fighting i Hie urion army in thick in Wai injury dead. John e. Butler died last night at the age of 78. He was Franklin s youngest civil War and until seized with his last had been actively engaged in business. Sells two May 21 and Yirsa l Cleves. Boon Uil to i 1 Ark dub of h it Ioda n of is it was in posted at the Field today that the Bellanca plane might take of Tomorio morning. Commander Richard Byrd a Fokker America Given a Short test this and it was under-1 it might be with its full i d of pounds later in the its pilots have planned the full j flier it several but each my us Luil Haa been postponed. Western generally fair and warmer tonight and sunday. Observation local 8 a. 2 p. River 3 no Sun sets at Sun sets at Sun rises at sets
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