!rs Srs*prtr5g bflcf; rn><-f«m*FT ftrnd' 'r,- th? prop*- w**j$ of the eo'^'T't-uT' TS rtT5r>!y j3*t«s t-pri of i!' *• HnlR^* fftf having mi"? *.«-r! ?;-,R! tmtssn mr«« ship to com? -within MS of TPrtttnnf? thr rn«» nf ?o\by iT-'n h'i'jor?,". lht> norn- inf* said h? r<vjH JTT«' hfj'w a rrmn of Mr. 1/ird'.'- .«bi':'-. ibrn procif-fjpf." in oiitline the Mvints whirh the burlier; (•]>- r«ior rmd mmUoneri before A c-m- ferrnc* of cor erne-!-* which he n-'- t*rKt«!. HP fsici !h? dlrecioi ctecribfd great savlnes by pin^, paper clips, sml pcnnl taken from waste bnr.k<-K nnd a> a result of taktnjt the blue r-trspr o-H of mail hfif«!. "Just think of t&klnc up the tint" of the Knvrrnin^nt jirintinfi ofHr" rirruJatinst IttTnitirc of thi.- kinri. the eovr-rnor r.nid. Contlnulnc. lir said rrpuh!ic;>n rconocy claim? tvcrc "drstro'.cd l;v their own frank admission." in thi- year's compalRn book that niorr money Is brine fxprntlpd to opera:r the Rnvrrnment today than -A.I- r-fH'fi!, tltrrr or four yrars nco." Mafcrx t'ompari»«n. "No. vr hftx-c the repu!>i:r;u: )'»rty in that first plrturr clairni:).- the crrdit for the reduction of o\rr two billions." i,)c govrrnor said. ;ui- t>'hrr point, "tu! saying noihinn n! al labout the $2.600.000.000 worth of property purchased dunnc thr Wilson administration nnd liquidated, into earn during their administration." While the executive department appropriations, including money spent for the White Hou^, were $220.000 in 1921, they jumped to «S86,000 In 1927. the governor Mid, but he made allowances for a new roof on the President's home. This j-ear, however, when "no new roof" was needed, the appropriation was 1523,000. He said it had cost the feder.il Government $21.900,000 to "operate" OKI.-..AI tM - NEWHPKTt'RKS EVER f \Kl N— \N NFA T»nrvrn, t-i . j Or.,1 Zeppelin us it .wared over New York's towering skyscrapers while 'the. cheVr, nfmtiii '" a " ^ EA r ^' ucr ni n>!«ne alon R r,ldc the huge j i-amrrflninn. capped this photoRraph-ow of the Veatrst nru-n c ires rv« ™l«l A ,f T,? 0 u P. from l>r '-' w - w - B Sprin B nrId. NEA Service i ...000 mile voyage through the skies from Germany to Lakehi"rM N TW\ ~m t w , • he Krra! a "' slnp v ' a: ' '«"«"»; the end of its u.th Battery Park al the lower left and the Wool worth Tower at he'rillt^ ofTh.^n ""-plane view shou.- the lourr cm! of Manhattan Islnnd. j r.crvr the ships In the East river in the foreground Their whi" lc" hi»S. n «„! P "" "I* 1 ° f lh " piT! " : *W™Wn of New York. Ob- liauan is shrouded in the haze. *m..tlc., blare a noisy welcome to the mighty Wayfarer of the Skies. Upper Man- the city of Washington in, 1921 as compared to $40.000.000 this year; the department of agriculture *M3 - OOO.QOO in 1924 as ngalnst 8158.000,000 this.year: the commerce department $23.000.000 in 1924 as against S31.pOO.000 in 1928; and the treasury $117.000.000 four years ago compared with $144.000,000 uus year. THE TOBN -FIN."—This striking picture shows the great liole tarn In left elevator—-or "fin— that almost caused disaster to the giant Graf ZfiKpeM whm it was caught m a farinas storm far oat over the Atlantic ocean. At the rak. of his life, Knut Eckener <&on of Dr. Hugo Eckener tb« ship's builder) fastened a rope around his waist and crawled along' a Jjeacherous runway, hundreds of Jeet above the toeing Atlantic to tnake ^Porary repairs. Eckcnpr s job enabled the pilots to regain control of the ship, but the great rent, vi&ible here, remained and slowed the airships speed. An NEA Service photograpiie- v.nh camera pointed Y^^T 1 ' MiBPP ^ d ""*»»«""• a£ lhe c: 'P»' led Zeppelin flJw over York. Arrow |>oinls to the liar iu tf nn OVE " OTHA: \ i ; s -SKYSCRAPERS^-Tugbont Bircns waUed loudly, whistles shrieked in noisy acclaim. Sw S the' r? 1 ? 7* n R M d thoil ^" ds «»«« thclr chem-from housetopf^ice widows and frt nh^ v i • . ^cppelin. cmcrsing from a dull gray haze, floated' majcsUcally ft thousand feet. nbo\e New York;, towenng ckyscrapcw. This picture shows the bit; airship over the Battwy at tho n^T- hn' J ,,° f , A f n i\ a ! Un , , l5laild - Thc Ncw Yorte cusU)ms houso is «' the right and the Standard oil Bui d! Sgs P " WaS takCn by ka NEA SJrvlcI calfac »«* a n -'.top one of New York's high build- OFF FOR TWO YEARS IN ANTARCTIC.— This picture shows the C. A. Larsen Commander Bvrdt flagship, as it sailed from Los Angeles the other day on its voyage to the Antarctic e:^ctm7to comume £ Irast two years. TWs ship carried Conunander Byrd and the plane in which he expats to fly over toe ^u^ GOOD IDEA. "How is it Bill lias two caddie: and you none?" "One's mine—ho keeps track o! Bill's score for me."—Life. JUST CONVALESCING. TEACHER: Now, don't you think your daughter's voice is improved? FATHER: Yes, but it's not cured -Tit-Bits. Pennies t# the number of SOO.OOOJ 000 are collected every year fro^i the slot gas-meters of consumer served by the Qas Light and Cofc Company, London. ^HER CHANCE TO COMPENSATE.-^ if to give tne submarine S-l Cupper nght, a chance to comp-:-.- ,.. .»M s _!i_il}. e _«ia>^'will_sink^Jier m Chesapeake Bpv witii JJjeut. Momsttj slower-*iri»t>-miri- on t.oard in a test of "the lung,'; new rescue device, which Momsen is return to the liliilllliilllllillllllllllllilliillllillillllllllHilillliliilliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiliii niliiiinmiiiiiiiiiii iilii ortant A nnouncement s sl "Ford Hopkins' Ice Cream Is the richest, smoothest cream I have ever tasted," says Dor- Ill othyLoudon. From ihi& date the Crystal Barber and Beauty Parlors uill be located at 7 East Third SI,* fomwrly FL&ek'& Barber S under management of Mrs. Madolyn Pippert. Mm. Pippvrt is closing the Gilt Edge Btauty Simp and ulll be pleased to greet her patrons at tke new location- For your health (and children's, too) eat Ford Hopkins' ice cream everyday. It is made under special formula, 13% butter fat, the highest possible food value according to authoritative tests. Crystal Barber Shop TOM MITCHELL, Prop. Ford Hopkins never sacrifice quality to make a low price. Our sodas are only lOc because of large buying power, they are the equal ©f JOc Chicago sodas, made the " " way (syrup mellowed with whipped cream). After the Show Stoo ut Vord tiapkins.
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