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19470703 CVG Page 2 - GREGORY, St., I wouldn't always certainly case....
GREGORY, St., I wouldn't always certainly case. My been a constant to our eight married life, turned encouragement guidance. perfect has just sweetness to lovable and spunk to interesting. thing I to marry MRS. MARY SMITH, 1205 Vine St., waitress: Sometimes it's true but not always. Some wives build their husbands up, while others tear their men down. One of the first things a wife must do if she wants her husband to succeed is to trust him. The next thing is to have complete confidence in his ability to get ahead. The most vicious type of woman is the nagging variety. Of course, some men succeed in spite of such wives. nati Chamber of Commerce. Ed wards officiated in tne ceremony and was assisted by Joseph Barg, Executive Secretary of the Fourth Street Merchants Association. While the Constellations wore delayed on their flights by the ceremonies, spectators were permitted to examine the interiors of the commodious and luxurious planes. Jack Burlington, District Manager for Trans-World Airlines, officiated at the ceremonies. Mauch threw out Gumbert. Baum holtz grounded to Greenberg. Pirates Miller threw out Basin-ski. Mauch walked. Rikard batted for Wolff and flied to Haas. Rus sell walked. Gumbert threw out Gustine, Seventh Inning. Reds Bahr was the Pirate fifth pitcher. Mauch threw out Zientara. Hatton fanned. Haas filed to Russell. Pirates Hatton threw out Kiner. Greenberg fanned. Miller threw out Westlake. Eighth Inning. Reds Young popped to Mauch. Galan singled to right. Miller tapped in front of the plate and Bahr threw him out, Galan going to second. Mauch thxew out Lamanno. No runs, one hit. Pirates Gumbert threw out How ell. Hatton threw out Baslnski Mauch fanned. Ninth Innings. Reds Gumbert popped to Mauch, Mauch threw out Baumholtz. Zien tara singled. Hatton flied deep to Russell. No runs, one hit. Pirates Salkeld batted for Bahr and flied to Galan. Russell was called out on strikes. Zientara threw out Gustine. p. S. Curley performed the same feat with the same cat five years ago, and the SPCA gave him a medal for it Risk Firm Bankrupt, Halting Cab Service Of Three Companies The bankruptcy of a Pennsyl vania Insurance firm temporarily has halted operation of approxi- mately 75 taxicabs in Cincinnati and Hamilton County. It was learned yesterday. The Cheviot Cab Co., operator of 18 cabs, and the Melrose-Shamrock Co, Norwood, with 14 vehicles, were the first to halt services when their licenses expired on the date their insurance became ineffective. The Elmwood Taxi Co, with four cabs, and several independent operators also ceased operation. The owners of the various con cerns said tneir caDs wouio rje back in operation as soon as new Insurance could be obtained. The taxi companies received word from the special insurance commissioner In Pennsylvania that all policies were canceled, effec tive with the dissolution by court order June 26 of the Keystone Mutual Casualty Co, Pittsburgh. New Air Service Starts CONTINUED FROM PAGE ONE. H. C. Smith, New York, Captain; William Dunn, New York, Captain, and Miss Betty Spicer, Buffalo, N. Y, and Miss Shirley Ofstie, Minneapolis. The westbound TWA plane arrived: ve, Judge Lectures Youths On Throwing Fireworks A warning against flinging firecrackers from automobiles was de livered In Municipal Court yester day by Presiding Judge William D. Alexander in hearing the case of three youths charged with vio-l lating the fireworks ordinance. "I want to announce now that fireworks are dangerous and this court will protect citizens against the m." Judge Alexander admonished. "The practice of throwing them from automobiles is high ly dangerous. This court will not tolerate it. This is for your own protection as well as others." Ren Jones, 19, 3643 Davenant Wilbur Nichols, 18. 2S04 at the airport two hours and Losantiville Ave., and Frank Pinck-20 minutes out of New York. The,ard, 18, 3510 Losantiridge Ave, 51-passenger ship was christened the "Clnclnnatian" by Mrs. Carl W. Rich, wife of the Mayor, and Freddy Martin, bandleader. The vapors from a carbon dioxide fire extinguisher were sprayed on the nose of the plane by Mrs. Rich. The second Constellation landed on the eastbound flight from Los Angeles and was christened the "Fourth Streeter" by Miss Genevieve Edwards, daughter of Morris Edwards, President of the Clncln- were fined costs, remitted, after the charge was changed to disorderly conduct. It was admitted in court that one of two juveniles who accompanied the three youths had been responsible for flinging a fire cracker from Pinckard's automobile at Montgomery Rd. and Wood-mont Ave. Tuesday night. The juveniles, who owned other firecrackers found In the machine,1 were arraigned In Juvenile CourtJ

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  1. The Cincinnati Enquirer,
  2. 03 Jul 1947, Thu,
  3. Page 2

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