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Patriotism of Shop Workers Is Given Great Praise 411 Urged To Show Their Loyalty Strict Devotion To Duty In Doing War Work e n i n g to n i l i I'mm WtiHit/.cr. r i t e , $400 . Wonderful Demonstration Demonstration At flag Dedication Dedication At The Hooven, ,7'«",; Owens Rentschler Shops On Thursday Evening ! I'or Ihe slacker wbr is not satisfied j w i l l i t h i s c o u n t r y and hinders Ihe livork mid if yon f i n d 1 liim let me. . k n o w and the g o v e r n m e n t will till;.! ' e u r o of liiin. W i t h engines J e t ' s bring victtiry lo the; gnvm'iuniMil he appeulcil, I'or if is only t h r o n e d ships t l i a t we w i l l win and engines are necessary necessary tor ships I h r o i m h w h i c h tin! j only way to vittlory w i l l be I'ouud." Mayor Smith Speaks. Following t l i e r e n d i t i o n of " A m e r i i c a " I'or w h i c h all stood the c h a i r man man introduced .Mayor Sniilli who in hi.s forc.el'ul and eloquent words delivered delivered a fine address. At the otiU'i;'. ol' his address he l o h l the men t h a i J'or ( h i s ui'.eiisiou his speech would b' a t n r e l i m l is ol interes-- lo t h e m . Ami several limes d u r i n g his address he was i u l c r r n p l e d bv t h e applause from I h e men. "The great quest ion is, " I h e iniiyor said, then shot. The English bulioved lliut anyone who would betray ou; j-overumenl would betray another, and so it is the case today nncl il I is only lo better yourself lo lio loyal. No man can, criticise Ihe government or i n s t i l l jioison i n t o it-s who is any heller limn Aniolcl for ivlii'i'c can he gul In Ibis country :ill are t^iven an einial chance who 'are industrious mid energetic anil bright. And the freedom we now 'enjoy w i l l not bo Cully rcali/c-d u il is lost. Tilts country does not ' t h e women'and children a n d leave old lo the ravages i\( s t a r v a t i o one man power. ' Such nets nmke.- our blocnl boil and make us w a n t l i g h t . 'I'lierefore let's make Anier'!-:' Ihe. beacon light among eivili/.alioi and remember H i n t u n i t e d and divided we f u l l . " \ The c h a i r m a n then called I'l-of. Clark of Hie Washin.gton schin lo tell of Ilie work the c h i l d r t l i n school have, been doing, ill Clark spoke of Ihe T h r i f t S and o i l i e r gorarmnenl issues .he campaigns and was greeted w i ipplanse. In closing (he meeting Hi inntl ph.v.vecl a p a t r i o t i c a i |nt)'iolic y e s t e r d a y sli"|' ol' denmti.s! ratim: lll'lernoon M t l i e J l o o v e n COLLEGE | C O " w h e t h e r a u l o i - r a c y or di'niueracy Slllllllll| ,,.,, .,,,,,. ,,,.,,. shall rule." l i e (old the sliopiin!.-. ' CMtim: Coi'iifr. ()., .May t l n i t all c o u l d n ' t S o to the I'ronl m i l ( ; l i ] 1 ,' w)l( '.. 1 .,, u , |-., m u v ,, f ' \ Mntu \ » Kroiit responsibility of the S ov. v j s i t c ( 1 Su ,, ( | liy , v jn, ctias. Htonl and crninent is o t r y o u men who can d:j j-. u ,j| v your piirl. . M i s s f.,,,.., |,, x ( ()11 ,,(· at whicii I " W e h a v e mm a n d resources i n d ' i l m | K i n n u i I M r i c k of Oberlin, u n l ' i i v j e d ' n o n u t ' m i i has the resonreeS \ve | wl vl . oucsts ol .\fiss Margie Thompson |jjj ha\ - i'," he deciureil, "to m a i t i t a i i i our · Hundav. army in the tic'.d. In I'oreiyn nu- i .\|i S ii Belle Leonard of Kuslivillo, tioii-s the people are .starving because i v i s i t e d her brother, F. I*'. they have no resource^ w i l l i w h i c h '-^Innd family the first of wa,=' ,r C./J.' A big | l o o k place t i n - m u c i i i i i i e O w e n , I f e n l s c l d e r company a liirgc A m e r i c a n f l a y war a m i a fine program of speakir had. Tlie. speakers were May Smith, Al. 0. Hums and J''rj l . e a l h v , L;overnmeiLt inspector ,of inarine engines beiny made picre. I n j a u l i s i s t all the addresses the' men o/the shop wefn urged In ivasti no l i i u u in :bo work they are now\ upon, t h a i .! hllildiiiL; Ihe C'iigines v// ror Ibe Alii|is which will safely c a r r y food, m u n i - tions and our soldiers across to tin; hoys in France I'iylilins; for freedom. Blinker Chairman, ilr. l i r i n k e r , s u p e r i n l e n d e n t J 1 .' i: shop, acted as c h a i r m a n of the i:cliii(i w h i c h was opened by about ( "Any man who d o n ' l like Ihe jiov- ,e.veiily-five school c h i l d r e n of Uii: /'rnmenl," A l a y o r S m i t h deelai-jd, \ViiKliiiii;loii school sioyins Ihe first nil second verses of "The Star Spaii'j:ed Banner.'' To Ihe sweel uucd voic.cji ot tlie^e school c h i l d r e n iin^ing t h e national a i r lo t h e aii:- ·ompauiiiicnt of tlie C i t y baud the ai'.^e A m e r i c a n t'liijj sti'iin two of I l i e lar.ne iniiri Sts. ipon. Our n a t i o n has j^oni 1 so far u.s to hel[) sii]iply t l i e s e d e s t i t u t e n a t i o n s ' o v e r I h e r e ' a n d i n order lo do t h i s e f f i c i e n t l y we inn^i have shi])S and 1 w i l l .say t h a t I lie men working on these engines ean do as mneli as Ilie men l 'ni Ilic; t'ie'd. Kvovy man has bis p a r t lo do iu this t i m e and il is up t o ' him individually individually to do his mo.st in ] i u r f u r i i i i n ^ his l i n l v . "should ;^et o u t . They ou^lit n k n o w I h a t t h i s is t h e best i r n v e r n u i e n l on t l o d ' s L r rc'en C'urtb. '1'his occasion is a i'la.L!: di'dicalion. To w l n i t i To t t i e cause of liberty and justice every lime yon j:ax.e upon it it .ic'tween admonish yon oJ' liberty ami jnslice. 1 ' engines ! llel'errinu lo Ihe foreiLsners who roiii'try, In; s.-ticl licit I most pat rioli'. 1 ineu have come from wliicli lire near c o m p l e t i o n was tin- came; lo t l i i s roii|,lr.v fiirh'd und tloaled proudly lo i h e some, ol' our be.sl am l m , Lv ^ and loyal ineu h a ' A lame p l a t f o r m in I h e east s'uL I rairope an account of Ihe lack of i - S a l i i n l a y was erected und due-oral- liberty l l i e r e to t h i s country w h e n - i Carl l''nliniian a n d Mr t h e boxes. A nios a l l . w l mid l i t i spent Sunday l l i a m s . sons Herbert, W i n . t i r a f t motored ami v i s i t e d u i l d i n g a new b a r u our people d c i y e v e n i n g lo .illij m o l o r c d n n d spcnl S n i u l a y on K l i u e r M i l - l i a m s has a severe e d lier l l u o a t . a m i l t o n i* of the slui| .1 w i t h the iniliimiil colors as w e i L t h e lurgu enyiiies whieh formed the hackgronnd. Tlic c l i a i r m u n iiunouiiced thai Oor- dun S. Uent.-icliler could not bi! present present at t h e m e e t i n g on a c c o u n t of imp imp o r t a n t husiiiens \rhicli kept liim in W a s h i n g t o n and rend a telegram limn Mr. K'entscliler evpressini; liis ·c'Hi'c-l and c o n g r u l u l a t i n : - ; the; men 01 he shop u|on t h e i r p a t r i o t i c stand l u r i n g t h e L i b e r t y l.ouu e i i i n p n i g n ·y b n y i n v bonds and urycd I l i u m to work harder and save more to ;ivo to Ihe hoys l'ij5htiiig lor t h e m iu t h e traichr.s so I h u l a g o v e r n m e n t of t i n - , k i i i n c r m a y not rule. | Lcntliy Speaks. I Mr. l i r i n k e r M i e n i n l i o i U i c c d Mr. I l.i-iilliy i i i a !'·«· w e l l cliosen worns. | Mr. l . c i i l l i y l o i d the men t h a i , he bad c o i n n i n i i i c a t c d i v i l l i \Vnsiiiriglon in »« ell'orl to secure a speaker I r o m the i'inei^ciic' fleet c o r p o r a t i o n to speak at Ihe merlin'.! bill bad failed he- every one in Wu.shi.lulon is so m.sy l i m l none had l i m e . Mr. I.eilVnV vho h u s been i n s p e c t i n g Ihe w o r k ol lie men for some t i m e cniiiinilnlaicj hem on t h e Vine w o r k t h e y have H'cn d c a n ' t h Co. Filling n n l Von enjoy ,'_'lail ytm liave i l l l a k e il k -- amendment Mgr. oill:; ml I lie n i u r i n c T'inu l i i r n c i l out here everybody is born free and eipiiil as far as polilical rights are concerueil. " A n d is t h e r e n n y l u u n y\'ho doe.s nut l i k e t h i s g o v e r n m e n t . ' 1 hope n o t . ' 1 History cf the ring. Tlie m u y o r t h e n r e v i e w e d Ihe history history of t h e fhti; during w h i c h he exp exp l a i n e d w h u l {-acb ol the t i i r c e coi- ora, red, i v h i l e and blue .siood for. Blue I'or f i d e l i t y , w h i t e I'or p u r i l v n rid charity and red as against all l y r a n n y a n d f o r u n i o n o f t h e p e o p l e . W e s t a n d here t o d a y b e h i n d I l i i s flag I l i a t Ih'-'su principles l i u n d e i ! d o w n to us w i l l be proteeled. ' ' i V m e ; 1 i i f n " wns t h e n sung by 111 a n d i c i i c e a l t e r rising. I Bums Speaks. M. 0 . l l n r n s i\'as i b e n i n l roduceil l a u d ilelivered a p a l n o l i e and el.i- i p i c n t address w h i c h reached I h e ' h e a r t s of all present. .Mr. I S i i n i i s u i i l ; " I feel honored lo m a k e a n address address before you meti for »lieu I look i n l o your races I f e l l t h a t u ! i agree w i l d me. Today t h e r e a r c but t w o isms, w h i c h we u l l 'love, one is A m e r i c a n i s m and t h e o i l i e r pa I riot- ism. Then 1 are Uvo armies I'iglii- ini!:" be declared, " o n e on Ibe. f r o n t and u u a r m y in Ihe rear. Yes t h e y can hi! s t i l l s u b d i v i d e d i n l o t h r e e Mrs. Kay M u r p h y ami C i n c i n n a t i v i s i t e and f a m i l y over Sunday. H. .1. M i l l e r was in N'ew .Monday. Imyinj.' pianos. Kiley W i l i e r and family iiuil S k i n n e r niitocd to 1 l.'iiniHoii J. I I . McCray and w i f e , kerson and family, (ircen Parker w i f e aiitocd lo ( I h i l l i c o ·o visit w i t h Den/el Thncker, iu t r a i n i n g Ihere. They r M o n d a y . Mrs. I'anl tScai.uo of S p r i n g .Mass., visited C. W. Ucorgc and i l v over Sunday. .Mr. and Mrs. t ) . I''.. Henry niid ''.tained llieir son. \V. -I. Henry and i t o l w i f e of C!onnerb,ville Sunday. N u b i ! S m i t h und family Ohio, liiive been v i s i t i n g r t l i c pas! v.'eek. Dr. C. C. K c l ' f e v of 1'iiion visited his t'alher, .M. 0. K e f f e Monday. nd family visited in H a m i l t o n Sunday w i l Misses M a f i e l l-iarliart a n A r m s t r o n g of B u t l l are borne on a few weeks' vacation. Miss L. 0. I). Sniilli relumed from a six m o n l h s ' slay w iu Tampa, Florida. J o h n W a l l was l a k e n county i n f i r m a r y Tuesday, been a resident of College, Corner 1 over t e n vcars. His health has ed and he has not been able to t n r himself .'lad lias no relatives. was a ((ilieP and sociable I'ellow n i l bis f r i e n d s regret his .und will miss h i m . Mrs. Olias. I / l u c k and d Helen visilcd i l l H u m i l l u n d Wednesday. Mrs. Slelhi A s m a n a n d who have been v i s i t i n g ley and f a m i l y h a v e r I h e i r home iu C i n c i n n a ll I armies, (an 1 Ihe I'i.ghling a r m y , i Ihe w o r k i n g a r m y and I h e lasl I j u t : t a l k i n g army of wliirh M a y o r Sm ovs and myself belong and of w h i c h f reg'inteiit .'imM be Conned ton. 'fbe last army i.s lo men on (o victory. " I i i n d e r s l a n d t h e r e ix c o m p c l i lion lion in Ihe shop," Air. [ ' u r n s said, "and i l is ( h i s loyally and spiril of p a t r i o t i s m I h a t has given to ;n:r c o u n t r y ils power. The boys c a n ' I .veelled in A m e r i c a or Kurnpi'. lot an engine to he polished ised to make a good appearance s one t h a i musl carry our icross I he ucean .safely. Importance of Work. · · N e \ l l o t h e buys o n t h e f i r i n g line and Ihe boys c h a s i n g Ihe s n h i n a - rines," he declared, · ' y o u r work h-'iv. is most i m p o r t a n t . !''or n i l l i o n t engines engines the ships are useless and w i t h it it ships mr caii.se is iosl. 1 s u i t e d | from San r'ranriscn lo A l a s k a u ' i d i f i g h t unless Ihey have food nnd mii- froin Ilin-i! 1" t h e ]'lii!i|pines a n d j n i l i o n s , " he said, "whieh c a n only H o n o l u l u and t h e n lo P a n a m a , " b e , h e .sen! to I l i u m in ships of ivhi'.-'i .aid. "nnd during my e n t i r e o j n r n e v lyoii are responsible for t h e niiiill mi Ihe sea I only saw l l i e A m e r i c a n p a r t . Tin-re can he no slacker " PLEASANT VIEW S l i r c l l l l T" Tlic . I n l i r n n 1'leasaut V i e w , O., (leor^-e Met/, and I'nmily nnd A l llaai; were in H a m i l t o n week. Mr. and Mrs. K a r l Wri;_'hl H a m i l t o n one day lasl Mr. and Mrs, C h a r l e s in Oxford, one a f l c n i o n n Mi--;,H H e s t e r Mimlock , I, scried Mr. llnrtis, "in I lii evei'.v i n i n u t e and onuec 1 verytliiir.' yon can l i m e I'or f energy s;i\-i! l!ug on a s h i p twice. .Ami it is t h r u t h e engines I h a t are b n i l l h e r n Ilia:. 1 hope to see Hie A m e r i c a n flair flo.it- and 'ii'j from a ship iu every port aad serve lo end the war sooner and t h a t creek u l l e r t h e war. America before j crisis which our e o i m l r y is now t'ac- I h e war hud c o m p a r a t i v e l y few .ships and no! enough to ainoniil l o jiuy- lliin.'j. T h e r e f o r e I nrue you lo lurii ·ml I h r e e engines a week, for I kiln,'. 1 von eari tlo il, ami beiil Ihe record sel bv the Snmv-llawlev eo'iipanv of iii Jim] brin;.' more fi'iilc to v n u r eily. ^Ve c a n ' t j;el engines ns fast us we. can h u l l s , " lie said, "and : t is u p lo you men lo work aiul w a l c - h ; by v v n l c l i f ineiui In w n t o n ' o u r W are fiijhliiit' for right '· live," he declared, "and not no m u c h for government h u t for u ,','ov- e r n m e n l of Ihe people und mil of Hie state. No c i n i g n i i i l s ever leave I b i s i the i.'.V('eplion of onl ' l e n e d i c t Arnold, t h e trailor, loll here lor KnglHiul who .had he betrnyed lie ulcrcd to liim , while ihe ·ovonimeiit for tlii'm hut "~J .'A UK I:;--we. givo t h e m decree of service nnd co-operation esseulial l o sjouil cyc.sigbl willi glasses. Our .sei'viee, docs mil stop w i t h your pur- eha.stj of (»ur gj.-i.sseK; yon are not charged hy Ihe visit -- w e ^iiJiraii- loe. you good vision lic- I'oiti we are through. Ono Reasonable Chargi for Exaniiiiation- Glasses-Seryice . . JULIUS WOLFF Optometrist 215 So. Third St.

Clipped from Hamilton Evening Journal10 May 1918, FriPage 10

Hamilton Evening Journal (Hamilton, Ohio)10 May 1918, FriPage 10
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