Swanson-9 (p.3)

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Swanson-9 (p.3) - famous Hamburg observator. The charts indicated...
famous Hamburg observator. The charts indicated increasingly favorable favorable weather conditions over the sea. Professor Friederich Lerson, Ger- many's foremost meteorologist, who | directed the work of mapping out the course of the flight from charts to'United Press the weather was more favorable than on any day in the past t wo months. "Only fifteen out of 100 days m the summer afford such favorable conditions," he said. "There has not been a day since June so good for a westward flight across the Atlantic." He admitted there probably would be some unfavorable weather on the first slretch, but it would not continue continue beyond England or Ireland, he believed. He advised the flyers to fly as far south over England as weather permitted, but to fly as far north as the Orkney Islands if neces- sary. i —— CHICAGO, Aug. ments to greet the 15.—Arrange- German flyers who are attempting a flight across the Atlantic with the probable destination, destination, were rushed today. i Should they continue their jour- I ney to Chicago, they probably will arrive here at night. The Checker- j board Flying Field, terminus of the j air mail routes, is the only field ' lighted. Beacon and flood lights it and rockets are sent up at | regular intervals. All the lights will be trained towards the East in event the flyers continue this way. Mayor William Hale Thompson 'announced he would have a committee committee at the field to greet the man and also would arrange proper police guards to control the crowd. i ! GLORIA SWANSOX PUTS OX A FREE SHOW SUXDAY LOS ANGELES, Aug. 15.—Gloria Swanson put her husband, the Marquis Marquis de la Falaise, on the California Limited Sunday with appropriate ges- rutes. Misty-eyed .quivering lips, clinging to the arm of the marquis, who was leaving for a six weeks' trip to France the motion picture star performed for the crowd at the station. It would be called an impassioned love scene in the movies. The scenes were staged first in a secluded spot behind a side-tracked dining car, then in the vestibule of the Pullman, finally as the wheels of ths train gathered gathered momentum right out on the platform. As the train began to move the marquis leaned out the vindow and Gloria, catching at his hand, rained kisses over it. She clung on, raced along with the train, kissing. The parting was over. The wife of the Marquis de la Falaise, a grief crumpled figure, stood looking at the disappearing train waving a handkerchief. handkerchief. Photographers asked for a weeping picture, but were spurned. Then Miss Swanson reiterated denial denial of reports the international alliance alliance had crashed, that the departure departure of the marquis meant a separation separation or divorce. Butler — Ten premiums will b» awarded at the fifth uiaucl com show to ~oe jeld here *'bis fall. SUPERVISION And Build With Steel TOE ECONOMICAL CONSTBUCTION — for safe " construction—use steel. Steel gives strength, safety, safety, endurance. It is protection against fire, wind and weather. Steel is security against danger and as lasting lasting as life itself. —I BEAMS FOE FLOOES —TBUSSES FOE EOOFS —STEEL SASH FOE BASEMENTS —EEINFOECING STEEL FOE FOOTINGS —OENAMENTAL IEON FENCES —IKON STAIEWAYS —FIEE ESCAPES. BE PRACTICAL—BE ECONOMICAL—BE SAFE We would be mighty glad to talk to you about the advantage of using iron and steel.

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  1. The Chillicothe Constitution-Tribune,
  2. 15 Aug 1927, Mon,
  3. Page 9

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