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Tuesday, August 9, 1935 THE CINCINNATI ENQUIRER Page 13 Distributor Gets Started WASHINGTON Alii. S t.Ti - to 4.SS0.559 in the first six r. onths of 1051. Teli vision set output w as 3.SS.T'.i3. compared to 2.S lo.MT pioduced in the Iirst s: months last Television set pr.xlueii.m in the Domestic Discord Studied After Explosion Of Time Bomb Inside Central Avenue Cafe 4 Ancient Relics Found AMMAN, Jordan, Aug. 8 '.TI - Important relic which date from the 16th century before Christ have just been discovered at the Royal Air Force airport in Amman. Bulldozers uncovered a well-preserved sword, golden jewelry, stamps with ancient Egyptian inscriptions and bronze scarabs, indicating ancient Egyptian civilization. Third Street Link, Talked About For Years, Reaches Stage Of Construc tion first s:x months o! IM.Yi was H per cent higher ih.m in the s; me period last rar. th. P.adio-Electrwiics-Tclev uun Manufacturers Association reports. It said radio production increased more than -11 per cent during the same period The industry turned out 7,i'SSil sets the first half of this year, compared FMim if -i: r Korea Gets Rail Ties WASHINGTON, Aug. 8 .r The International Co-operation Administration has authorized half a million dollars to huy railroad ties for the Korean National P.ailwavs. DON'T FORGET YOUR Mr. Segoe stressed the need of streets that would cause traffic to move smoothly. Mayor Murray Seasongood, commenting on the reina-tion of Mr. Segoe January 24, 19'8. fcaid: "Among the many enioes rendered by Mr. Segoe was his study and report in lelerences to creating a quadrangle or traffic loop around the city." Since then the planning commission has taken up the battle ol expediting ever - Increasing traffic. It has been followed by the different levels of government acting on the commission's proposals. 1J1 Ink LiU 1 .WU ; . . -H Jbr At ilttu , --- I I- 1W 1 W - . f - igtmmmmmmmmmmmm m ... ' - .. . . : - 1 5r"'f1'' r4 irvl 4Hi vsii; 4:& f I 1 I I1 1 if- rj "" ""'"' I f 'Sjs x-f-'il ft -r- 4 .v Ship Captain Is Killed; V -X 1 ,e. . f , Helped Many Rescues Construction of the Third Street Distributor, designed to smooth out snarled downtown traffic, was begun yesterday. The quarter-mile project that will link with the I,otiisi11e A Nashville Bridfe and the Third Street Yladuet will eost $780,-000. It will be completed by 1956. The distributor's main job will be to aid in the flow of through traffic, and channel traffic into the central business district, the river front area and onto the the Ohio River bridges. Yesterday 12-inch pilings for Pier No. 1 of the distributor were assembled near the L&N Bridge approach for construction. Carpenters were making frames for the footings of the project, which will have many piers. ' Distributor inspectors examined blueprints of the long-talked-about project. It took city, state and Federal participation to make the projrrt s reality. From the 1940s City Council had leen analyzing the Idea of the City Planning Commission. Even court fights were necessary to bring the distributor to the noint of yesterday's beginning of construction. But the distributor, with its theme of expediting traffic, goes back to before the 1940s. It was begun in the early ISOOs when Israel Ludlow plotted the original Cincinnati streets, including Third Street, around which the city was built. The distributor story then was indirectly mentioned in the 1920s, when Ladislas Segoe was chief engineer and secretary of the Planning Commission. Your Hair Grows Faster In Summer "It is a well-known phenomenon that in the summer the growth of hair is more rapid," says Dr. Arnold Lorand, Vienna Dermatologist. THAT Illlt (.HOWS fiiMer in unmmer titan M an other senson is a ki'irittilif nlisenulioii made liy various nnllioi ilirs. Why not tiike advantage of this nfuMinal pi ruliarity by Marling now to give your hair the care and I tin I ion it deserves. Thousands hae gooil-loi.Uing heads of 1IAIK. They went to sic The Thomas Specialist. Von too can hae a good-looking head of hair. You can also have a good healthy looking stimulated scalp. You can have n scalp condition favorable to hair growth. Look in the mirror and check what your hair and scalp needs are: then see The Thomas Specialist. He will tell jou the right thing to do. It is better to know than to alwa.vs wonder. Consultation is free t ome in, you'll he glad you did. 3." years' of experience tells you the right thing to do. Come in today. LONDON, Aug. 8 .T Capt. Dan Parker, skipper of the sturdy deep-sea tug Turmoil, which tried to save the American freighter Flying Entcrprisee in 19o2, was killed today in an ac cidrnt on his tug. The 63-yfr-oid captain, who. with his vessel, figured in many tense adventures at sea, fell from a ladder as he climbed to the Turmoil's bridge. Captain Parkers name was associated in maritime lore vvith that of Capt. Kurt Carlsen of the Flying Enterprise, who refused to leave his ship after the American freighter was wrecked in an Atlantic gale in January. 1952. For five days Captain Parker towed the Flying Enterprise, in the Turmoil, but the freighter sank in the storm. Carlson was saved by the Turmoil. learned that another home-made 1 227 Core Tower Fifth and Vine, Cincinnati. MA 1-2441 1 lours: 11 A.M. to R:.K P.M.. S..i. HI .M t .t-tn P.M. bomb was found lighted in the basement of Mrs. Ward's home July 3. A son found it when he invnct io-Q toH nil tcer We o'AVVpc I ryyKltW (Separate Departments for Men and Women All Offices) km it outside and defused it. lUOIUIB! Meanwhile members o" the arson squad were looking into the bombing, recalling that fire I of undetermined origin caused r-M f. j r - ui iff II f' ' t Uj JJ A A V r W J I . .. n 1 1 i nir i mWm imi iiigf ii 1 1 iii' i i mi n iiwlwifi niii 'i)nfi mmmtii wm $2000 damage to the cafe March 17. EnqulUT ( Corneausf I'lutos Two employees of Watts cafe, 1801 Central Ave., Mrs. Daisy Morris and William Fuchon, survey the damage caused by a homemade time bomb detonated behind the bar early yesterday. Thtf "exterior View below shows door and three windows in which glass was shattered by the blast. joist directly beneath it. The concussion- shattered five windows in the cafe, and was so powerful that it uncapped a dozen bottles of beer in a nearby cooler, I,t. Wayne Monroe and Detectives Benjamin Shae-fer, Erhardt Erdman and An-seil Russell reported. Remnants of the charred fuses are being analyzed. The officers said m'jst of it had been taped into a coil, with about a two-foot lead from the coil to the explosive. As the fuse burned, possibly for an hour, the heat it generated burned a circle into the linoleum beneath. Ward, who was arrested when he showed up in the crowd that gathered, denied knowledge of the bombing. He told police he Police are investigating the possibility that domestic discord was the motive for explosion of a homemade time bomb early yesterday at Watts Cafe, 1.H01 Central Ave. The interior was wrecked. Damage was estimated at $1000. Held for questioning is Francis W. Ward, 27, J6(i8 Central Ave., estranged second husband of the cafe owner, Mrs. Lou Watts Ward, 40. 5291 North Bend I!d. Also held for investigation last night was Ralph Vickory, 30, 1500' Vine St. Police said Vickory, who frequents the cafe, would be questioned both about the explosion and a fire at the establishment several months ago. He denied any connection with either. Police ruled out labor trouble nr jukebox warfare as possible motives. The explosion, which rocked the three-story building at 12:40 a. ni., apparently was produced by dynamite connected to a lo-foot fuse. It was placed behind the bar. The blast was chiefly and the cafe owner were married in 19,"i2 but separated six months ago. , Mrs. Ward could not be cated at the time of the bombing. When she arrived at the cafe, later in the morning, she told police she had been out with her bartender Sunday night and had not gone home. She raid she had "slept in my automobile in Northside." Investigating officers also downward, blowing in floor a hole nine inches in meter find solintering a 2xK)-inch T0M ir v , wvx ;i t . !C - t I i.M - K III I jA " -1 . , IziTZTz. r- ' J"rr7w 'j 'a V ' ' U 1: JS , , ... ,ih Vlj 111 ' IA Mwf".ii .) 4 ' " ' - ' 'v l J r y - I 4 v ; f '4 A Y ' Vy J i J n i-.--. - fr.. , -"msr"" r 11 ZxJk W IjII ' ' , ' vy . ... TTHui S!JZfL-1r - Hurricane Veers To North, Away From Southeast U. S. The Carolina coast was warned lo expect tides two to three feet above normal during the next 21 hours and one to one and one-half feet above normal as far south as Daytona Beach, Florida. Some military aircraft had flown to safety from bases along the coast and the aircraft carrier 1 '.S.S. ( iiamplain put to sea from its base at Mayport, Florida. "Shipping in advance of this severe hurricane should exercise caution," the weather bureau said. Four DieJ8 Hurt As Bus, Truck Hit CARLSBAD, N. Me.v. Aug. S i.T'i A bus carrying miners to their jobs collided head-on with a gasoline truck today, killing lour men and injuring IS. The MIAMI, Fla., Aug. 8 Pi-Hurricane Connie, still packing winds of 133 miles an hour near the center, veered northward in the open Atlantic tonight, easing a threat to the .Southeastern United States. At 11 p, m. (KST) the sea-twin's third hurricane was centered 450 miles east of Titus-Vllle, TIa., moving northward at 12 miles an hour. The Miami weather bureau said little change in intensity and continued relatively .-low movement toward the north was expected tor the next 12 hours. The storm center was near latitude 2S.S north longitude 73.0 west and hurricane winds extended out 120 miles to the north and east and ,V) mile- ro the north and east and l."o nnles to the southwest of the renter. Gales extended outwaid 3o0 miles to the north and ea-t and 150 miles to the southwest, the weather bureau said. Small craft warnings were displayed from Cape llatteras, N. ('., to Hloek Island, It. I., and small craft between Jacksonville, Ma., anil Cape llatteras was advised to stay in mrt until the storm passes. -.r, ..-. ,.,!l(ln M .. ' " - ...'!." :.n"V 'ii "t. uuimiaii Figures He's Waited Long Enough ! truck exploded and burst into flame at the impact. The dead were identified as (',. II Poiter, William Mcllwee, Tom Peacock and K. D. Gough all of Carlsbad. The truck driver, who was not identified, was thrown clear of his vehicle and rseaped with minor injuries. 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THOMSON BROTHERS, INC. 2820 GILBERT AYE. CA 1-5600 turning Iraih under the wrong condition! can be tragic. Firei like this that "got oway" burned hundreds of thousands of acres last year, destroying wildlife, valuablt property, timber, recreational areas and watersheds. Pleas check your local fire regulations before burning rubbish, brush, etc, Remember only you can prevent forest firesf

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