The Dayton Herald from Dayton, Ohio on July 7, 1939 · 6
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The Dayton Herald from Dayton, Ohio · 6

Dayton, Ohio
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Friday, July 7, 1939
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THE DAYTON HERALD, FRIDAY, JULY 7, 1939 T-8 Husband Suci For $5,000, ! Says Wife Fell From Bus Asking $3,000 damages i"r medical exiense and low of the -rvlres of his wire, neien nue, Friday brought suit against the Dayton Street Transit com pany. Mohler alleges In his petition that his wife wss Injuured July 7. IPS", when a company bus started Kdfiar E. Mohler, 1004 Xenla ave- maidenly as she was alighting. Tomorrow Wilis. BARGAIN DAY ; Dayton's Radio Headquarters SAVE . . . 20 - 55 On Ntw 193? RADIOS at Rig. $29.95 PORTABLES No wires, plug-in ncction $14.95 Ntw 1939 PHILCO CROSLEY ZENITH j MOTOROLA ' RCA VICTOR Portable Models lift i 3 : HOOVER GIVEN YOUTH AWARD A. 51Q.93 v U i $69.95 G-E 10-TUBE CONSOLE $31.48 BUY NOW FOR NEXT YEAR AND SAVE Shop in Comfort . . . All Listening Rooms MAIS' BELOW I II Til "Dayton i Radio Headquarters" i ' - . - .V. J If jl; i'l t il l 4X.ll r.rnwii lrililnt lloi-tisrf 4 lark llnnvi tat hhnun . T i, villi nin mm mt a ai w piuun nii-nrii here as he opened the Christian Endeavor convention as the keynote . . i.j ...iii. . i ...... .i ... Li., .ti.. npeiiHer, iioovrr irrmuiH-u nun nFniai bbiu ,r inn tlngulhlied service to youth. (Acme Thoto.) Flyer Has Girl In Stolen Plane; May Be Elopement Neutrality Bill Battle Outlined By Isolationists WASHINGTON. July 7. (UP) Isolationist members of the sen ate foreign relatione committee meet to day to plan their fight against the administrations Neutrality bill. That It would be a bitter fight seemed evident. I'reaident Roosevelt's leaders Indicated that they would seek to hold congress In session until the neutrality issue was settled. The Isolationists were equally determined. The Isolationists who are members of the committee will meet In the office of Sen. Hiram W. Johnson, (R.I, Cal., to discuss the Neutrality bill approved last week by the house. A modified arms embargo was added to the bill by the house, and the administration i hopes to get it thrown out In the senate. The isolationists want mandatory embargo, more sweep ing. if they can get it, than the house embargo. Republican leaders said the position of their forces on neutrality might be clarified at the meeting in Johnson's office. It was understood that Johnsop had invited all committee members who classify as opponents of the administration's neutrality program and who favor a mandatory arms embargo or something equal to it. Among these would be Sens. William E. Borah. (R.). Ida., Arthur II. Van-denburj, (R.), Mich., Wallace H. White, (R.), Me., and Bennett Champ Clark, (D.), Mo. The foreign relations committee will begin consideration of the house-approved Neutrality bill Saturday. The fervor of those who will be satisfied with nothing short of a strict embargo and strict Isola tion was indicated by Sen. Borah, a veteran isolationist. In a speech Roger Williams, Former Dayton Resident, Dies Dayton relatives and friends of ; Roger Williams, formerly of this city, were notified of his death in Los Angeles, Calif., Thursday.' Williams, who lived in Dayton until ' 15 years ago, died unexpectedly Thursday at his cabin In the mountains near Los Angeles. He was employed as accountant for the Los Angeles Biltmore hotel. He was the son of the late Charles Insco Williams, prominent Dayton nrchltect. Surviving are his widow, Ethel, and two brothers, Howard Insco Williams, of Dayton, and Louie B. Williams, of Los Angeles. on the senate floor yesterday. He 1 accused France and Great Britain of attempting to dictate American foreign policy, hoping to maneuver this country into fighting on their aide. Before giving up hope ol relief, be sure to try Rasinol Ointment. Its soothing medication lessens the desire to scratch, takes the sting out of the irritated parts, nd makee you more comfortable. Rasinol ingredients, usad by many doctors in skin treatment, are combined in an oily base that assures the moat beneficial action. Rasinol Soap Is ideal for bathing tender skin. -At all druggists. For free sample of each, write to Rasinol. Daot. U, Baltimore, iwd. FLOOR SAMPLE SUITES zr -ji Ajtf i k V' " " l 1 ' J flit'1 Including modern club, con- I (V J?? W QA ri. - I - f U ventional and period suites I VS f yc I li J ' ' Ped to ffo quickly. I A- . l'- '9 m $37.50 J-PC. SUITE It I L TTOf fr'.'.. $28.75 V3-V4 to I Mi V" I' li $53.00 MODERN SUITE I d I J -i I Big comfortable pieces COO Cfl I II I k III t Jll In tapestry $39,501 U f 11 f i-,'ltn or I w Jr I ijL 6l WOOD-TRIMMED SUITE I " I VERNON, 111., July 7. (UP) A young barnstorming flyer and a 17-year-old farm girl who flew away with him Monday in a stolen plane were playing hide-and-seek with airport authorities and police today. He is Ernest Peloh, 24, who ar rived here Saturday In a $1,000 sports plane stolen June 28 at Frankfort, lnd. He landed on a farm owned by John Gehrken to make repairs and met Gehrken's daughter, Goldle. j He decided to stsy and use the field as a base from which to take up passengers. Goldle was among them. Monday he Invited her to fly to Ramsey, III. He told her mother they would be back In a few hours. Late Monday night he telephoned Mrs. Gehrken from Marlon, 111., told her not to worry and said he and the girl would return the next day. They didn't, and her family notified Sheriff H. E. Vogt. After an investigation he said he didn't know whether the flight was a romantic one or whether the girl was being held against her will. She and Pelch weren't heard from or seen again until late yesterday when the plane zoomed down over the Gehrken farm. It dropped so low Mrs. Gehrken could Identify her daughter and Pelch in the cockpit. It circled over the house, then headed east. Vogt, who was at the farm talking to Mrs. Gehrken, followed the LQJ Never Before Offered J; 1 j' h New 1939 Full 6 S Kclvinalor NEW DELUXE EQUIPMENT Thermometer Evaporator Door Hlg Vegetable liin Water Dottle ll'Piece Refrigerator Set Pottered by POLvIJSPHERE 5-YEAR WARRANTY r . . The Same High Quality as Other Kelvinalors Costing Twice as Much! Capfi -MAIN" BELOW FIFTH Trade in Your Old Refrigerator plane in his automobile but lost sight of it after he had driven a few miles. He broadcast an alarm to Authorities In mldwestern states asking them to keep watch at air ports for the couple. A warrant has been Issued for Pelch's arrest on a plane theft charge. The girl's relatives did not be lieve she had eloped. "She didn't take any extra clothes with her," they said. "She never did anything wrong. Her mother Is all upset." County Home To Seek Hospital Facilities Necessity of providing adequate hospitalization facilities for inmates of the county home was stressed Thursday by county commissioners and County Home Superintendent John Morris, following a ruling by the state welfare department that no escape prevention devices may be used at the home. A number of Inmates are mental cases, Morris said, pointing out that not only are there almost no facilities for handling them, but also they are free to come and go at will under present conditions. A levy for construction of -a hospital there was defeated last year. p CLEARANCE lf 9x12 Seamless l(y I Axminsters Firth Karagheusian Mohawk Hightstown Alexander Smith Values to $44.50 Values to 54.50 patterns 10 patterns . 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SvAtW. 1 ti 1 i i.j Btaalaaafc.itjj 1 Lr..'i'..JSji- Tabernade To Hold Tent Meetings Here The Burns Avenue Gospel Tabernacle of the Christian and Missionary Alliance will hold a aeries of tent meetings from Sunday to July 30. The tent will be located at 109 Seminary avenue. Rev. William Paul Darling will deliver the sermons and Pev. and Mrs. Carl Folk will be In charge of the music. Hospital Orderlies Off To Amazon Jungle CLEVELAND, O., (UP) Two youths who grew bored with the monotony of city life have set out on ft 6,000-mile trip to gather diamond chips In Salvador and attar of rare orchids from Amazon river Jungles. William Downing, 19, and Clifford Donley, 20, City hospital orderlies, have obtained six-month leaves and started on their journey, expecting to complete it by hitch-hiking and aboard a small sailboat. In New Orleans they planned to buy a sailboat and provisions for the cruise to Honduras. Financed by their $230 savings, they planned to visit Salvador, Nicaragua, Panama, VenesuelA and the western part of Amason river jungles. New Sidney Traffic Law In Effect Soon SIDNEY The new traffic ordinance, recently passed by the city council and approved by Mayor John A. Sexauer, to provide for the regulation of trafifo in Sidney, will be placed into effect within the next few days. The streets about the public square and the main thoroughfares leading away from the downtown district are now being marked. Federated Church Group Will Meet At Fletcher FLETCHER All groups of the Women's Auxiliary of the Federated church will meet Friday at 8 p. m. in the Presbyterian church. Each member is requested to bring a dish towel to the meeting; the towels to be used when meals sre served at the Miami County fair and later donated to the church. ( I 1 tut BatatMasflBaaaaftattSftam dvLTnna.1. 559.50 1??. ; $119.50 savino or it saving or s SpySiMALL DOWN PAYMENT . . . 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