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Daily Globe (Newspaper) - August 15, 1930, Ironwood, Michigan THE WORM OdT UNTIL TIIK HAS KATUN HIS NUMBER 220. DAILY GLOBE A VOOt AND MONET WAV BE EASILY 1IAHD TO ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE NWS SERVICE FRIDAY AUGUST 16 PAGES SINGLE COPY 6 CENTS Program Tonight Closes A County Free Fair Medalist F. J. Jeppesen WILL PLAY DR. BOYCE Golfers In tho championship flight of the Upper Roll tournament went Into the second round thin William youthful low medalist who led field In tho qualifying round by 10 playing Dr. W. S of Don tho champion falle fo get Into the J. won with Messenger three up and tills Alex who won from Bay ond In the qualifying round was defeated six up by W. C. who plays C. C. Taylor this after- Taylor defeated V. N. won from R. A. Bowon and at Peter St. Poter and play this In the first night consolation vUm this afternoon Dr. Messenger menti M. Ray Carrier plays p. R. A. Bowon and M. 1C. Juhl plays F. Other Matches completed in other flights after 12 o'clock resulted aii B. 0. Hayes defeated W. E. Don Boyco won Irom F. SI C A Mailman won from Or A. defeated C. Dr. C won from Thomas C. H. won from Con R. Wall defeated Leo Sherwood and 11. N. won Irom Ted This afternoon plays plays Wall In the third W. de- bated J. In fourth r. J. won from H L Dowers fit low medalist nC the qualifying round In tho Upper Peninsula nt the notable Country club F. J. of from the for t In tho round of the flight six up Dr Mover at eliminated M of seven only onn I he championship flight finish up Id to Noon In thf round this after- noon Howe PI moot Dr. while and Juhl will piny IP Itie re- sults to Sixth flight W. 1T. W. W. L won by default from C J. L H K. W. won by de- limit Irom O. F. and won by default tiom Robert W. B. Thomas and Mclntosh drew Sullivan was to play 8f and Ji VB Mm Icy vs vti Fifth flight won four on The annual county free fair will close this evening utter days during which thousands of residents ot the blc range have seen the large dis- plays of tlw highest quality ducts of farm and garden and home art and handicraft as well the nnd unusually fine exhibits ot tho bust cattle nnd other live stock of the In addition to having the op- to see these displays the results of 1he past have been pleased with tho program of which has Included and motorcycle balloon thrilling acrobatic stunts and The climax of the entertainment program will be the public legal wedding to be performed on the stage In front of the with an elaborate setting and more than a score of gorgeously costumed ond solemn lowing the wedding there will be dancing to the music of an ally good All at the fair are to remain in place until the fair to permit last minute visitors to ex- tho Presentation Made by er in Recognition of LEAVE FOR MOUNT CAMP Story of Plot to Kill men Revealed in Arrest of Four Now Aug. the dark msd mysterious haze of a fitfully warring Chinatown today moved tho menace of tong slaughter en a strictly eash For behind the arrest yesterday of three Chinese and a Filipino lay a story whoso ferocity startled oven The story was told by two white youths whose identities remain n secret with the to protect them from the fate they wore to mete out to four On Leong at a Just Needed Guts A 19-year-old of Detective told him that ho WSH sitting In Byrant park despondent over his inability to find ho approached by tho Lamberto 38 who asked him whether ho was Slayings Lead to Belief Hoodlums Are Scattering Over Aug. ter shadow ot gangland spreads over tho Three near St. another dropped by machine ners at and new ings at Detroit and Chicago add weight to the belief that the lum element is The first tangible evidence that outlawry is seeking new lor its gambling and is the usual bol ot the pierced from behind The latest victim is Joe Rockford killed instantly by the s of bullets that poured from automobile speeding through of the town's main Eleven bullets were Into but i police folt sure they wore intended Aug. Lindbergh today was presented with a Special congressional medal of honor in recognition ol his achievements In the In his at the White House with high officials of ment grouped about Hoover smiling broadly handed the medal to the young airman is a real pleasure to you this congressional medal on be- half of congress and in Home Range Residents in sia Like to Hear From That Charles Hany of Montreal every line In The Dally Globe the advertisements when t arrives In Russia and that the daily visit of the paper Is eagerly coked forward to by the ange residents was the Information conveyed In a letter to J. C. agan from nls Mrs. Joseph M. the former Hattle James of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Harry of Montreal and L. Foss ol reside in a villa at erny Kut District U. S. S. believe It or Is a small village In Four women and eight men are Included the American AH of the members of the party reside at tht They have em- ployed a cook meals Jointly to and prepare their have The the youth then Tommy well known ke some mone kold him he could make some money ho any all I have the youth said he the Chinks at a was the The youth said he and promised to bring a companion into the Arrangements were made to meot at n 26th street dry last The youth tipped off with four other detectives outside the while tho went In. Marked far Death The two were introduced to the whc gave them the ran was to RO with were told four Chinese on Will Meet With Hurley City Council and Two Word was received this morning by Eugene city thr state engineer will come to Hurley on the morning of Aug. to Investigate the water The engineer will meet with the Hurley city council and Mill also Inventive the Gary wa which from the Cille and Hurley w comes from Lake Recent have pi tho water fiom Is officers of the dub are attempting to convince the of i he company that In tho Ukr can bo for the water supply and In way for of Hie ige Oary residents an- their water A m the Hurley and another com- frim Sports club will rotifer the engineer on the If you you be a If you can't be u you ill prosperous liv age of the and made by the fied arc to open opportunity World War Veteran Stricken at His Home in Chicago Onus have been dis- banded and tamps but tho World is still taking its toll among men who served overseas with American Taps wore sounded this morning lor John one of the Iron county men who an- swered tho call of his country ing the World at his home in Hud Been Ailing News of his death was not un- for ho had been ing from the of gas since he was discharged the Ho was treated tit government but weaker until ho was to Rive up his In tho office of Lumber Co at When war he was employed in the office of the Lumber Co at Ho went overseas with Eighty Sixth which was known as tho He was trans- to the Eighth sion and saw Immediate at tho It was while ho was serving at the front that he wus Mr. Hunt was born in Ashland July 1802, and at tho time of his death was 37 years of He at- at Ashland lowing nls graduation from the St. Agnes high school there enrolled nt the of La It wnK nt La Crossc that he gained fame as n baseball He was in baseball fan and wos a ol follower of the Hurley nnd Last Sunday ho made the request that a complete report be him of tho nt Uls fir it employment alter leaving was at Upon his from tho service he was em- by the Gorman Lumber Co. and Edward Lumber Ca at offices In j cago who stood described by police ns one of the chief executioners for the Moran was one of the many in two of Chicago's recent gang slaying of Jake Tribune and the subsequent of Jack vice the three men Wiled near St. Paul Wednesday Frank Coleman and Harry alias Sammy were positively ns bank robbers and Police knew little of their recent nnd could only guess at the motive for the The third man was identified today us Mike Kansas pal of Many Theories The theories ranged all the way from the conjecture that the robbers had quarreled over division of loot to the belief that they inter- with an attempt on the part of the Chicago gang George to organize the twin city Little progress made by cago authorities investigating the slaying Wednesday night of Danny Valentine's day massacre Detroit's latest gang the fatal shooting of atlon of your achievements in I am sure the sentiment ex. pressed by congress is shared by the whole American President I thank you and wish tc express my thanks to congress my appreciation to Guests At Grouped about the in addition to wcr Secretary Hurley and Secretar the four highest govern ment officials handling aviation matters and other officers of the Colonel and Lindbergh were guests at the White House at eon after the The president hopes develop uring the week-end his lodge In a definite plan for duplication ol efforts in the air services of the and this without impairing The chief executive expects to Lindbergh and the four who handle atlon matters various problems at The party is to leave the White late for the re- urning Members Of In addition to President and Mrs. those in the week-end y are Mr. and F assistant secretary f war for Davis S. In- assistant secretary of the navy or Clarence M. secretary of commerce for W. Irvine postmaster general in charge f air Adolph publisher f the New York Times; Will Everett for- mer secretory to President nd Mrs. French to the and Mrs. Mrs 3nre S. McMullin of Palo Lawrence secretary o the Captain Joel T White House Col- onel Campbell B. White House military aide and Captain R. naval Although arc enjoying the experience that is being gained In the range residents are looking forward to the time when they will Mrs. agan in her letter said nothing is more appreciated than news from home and requested her law to ask all friends to write them alleged river added to 14 liquor was others for a jury to was killed Wednesday night in an P lie married Aug. 7, to Murphy at fihe Ho Is also survived Ills father and Mr. arid Mrs William P. of brothers and four The brothers are and all ol Tho are Mrs. Mary Thomas ot Eagle Mrs. P. Sullivan of Mm. An- derson of and Kaiet Hunt ol Hurley The funeral services will bo field New York Wet Suggest Showdown on Dry Law Monday .it will bo where burial up again In capita discussions today after having yield ed the spotlight to the long-drawn Another proposal by of Now a Re publican wet bloc a showdown on prohibition enforce ment staled attention with a report by a Washington board o trade committee condemning em of disreputable persons pigeons nnd b federal dry agents In the and the alleged disappearance liquor seized Tho was prepared for th law enforcement commission suggested depart ment of justice given every fac for a enforcement drive He said tho department WHS en titled to it in last attempt t enforce the they the New Yorkr think the country shoul expect from thorn a Iran statement by the first regular sos slon of the seventy second congres that It be or what to enforce It against the of the majority of the people i many slates and quite a large pur in other states S. Aug. twisted wreckage of Southern Railway passenger tho bodies of two trainmen la burled early today while crews worked desperately to cate Two coaches and a Pullman oa followed the engine from the track late lost night when the crashed into a The oar did not and n passengers were Chicago Hoodlum Chieftain Arrested For Fishing in Closed Aug. Chicago gang has de fled the state depart ment prevent him from where he but despite arme guards posted to prevent warden rom interrupting his he wa arrested and fined yesterday fo the state Hearing that had threaten ed to it with afte orders were Issued prohibiting ng at the Warden Ernest Swift of augmented his forces and slipped the woods to the idea of all the Justices of Court Conduct Session Behind Prison Folsom Aug. Justices of the supreme court re- viewing his plea for a pardon sa behind prison walls last night anc beard K. Billings deny tlon in the San Francisco Preparedness Day bombings fos which he is serving life Imprison The five-hour prison un usual In American Jurisprudence climaxed the inquiry Into Billings who with Thomas J a similar sentence is seeking vindication and freedom Billing reiterated he knew noth Ing of the bombing which killed 1 and injured 40' He admitted he wa employed nt the time by machinists to comml acts of and was bus spraying paint remover on biles create work for Billings said he believed in th principles of the United States gov Chief Justice William H. Waste Announced the would re- sume In fenn Francisco Monday and that effort would be made to bring the case to a close at Giant Airship Speeds Toward Hangar at Speed of 62 Miles Per ALL IS WELL ON BOARD Aboard the Aug. Thls bound for England during the night escaped what to be a terrific Thursday evening's sunset was by dark clouds shortly after filled the The temperature dropped and there was every Indication of the setting In o furious atmospheric The dirigible descended almos precipitately and just li time managed to clear the storn A heavy rain bu the airship maintained good spee and all Is Passengers were loud in praise o the skill In navigation o the During the early hours of th morning the passed the half way mark of Its mile voyage The crossing thus far has been ex tranquil with not single untoward inconvenience to passengers occur Aug. The Britain's cruised steadily eastward today across the Worth Atlantic on Its trip back home from Seeking the great circle and with hardly any deviation from the ship toward its hangar here a speed of about 62 miles per If this speed is maintained the dirigible might be expected to reach Cardington in about 53 1-2 hours after departure from Monti or at about 7 m. Such a crossing over a distance of miles would compare with the Graf Zeppelin's record of miles from Lakehurst to in 55 hours 24 an average speed of about 75 miles per States in Need of Help May Take Advantage of Set-up Agreed Upon Conference With President Hoover Thh Week at NKA Cleveland Hi Slays Husband Mrs. 60, who admits she killed her 71- old Jasper cause ran around too much with younger faces murder charges at Ohio An as was the weapon used In the Children and Leaders Given Half Hour to Leave Before Place is N. Aug. threatening mob of men and boys with a sprinkling of wai held to a deadline today by Sheriff Harry J. and six assisted by a doaen state at the Communist camp at Van following threats last night to burn the Leaders of a mob of 200 persons from N. and Sayre and last night gave camp heads and the 70 children under their charge a half hour to leave before they set fire to the Authorities arrived Just in time to prevent the threat being carried out and established a deadline after dispersing the which ued to The began last Friday when a society's offer of an ican flag refused by Mabel Husa and lenders of the International camp for children at Van Miss and Miss Holmes were arrested on a of both to in and to the air ministry nt said all was well A stressed the beauty of the scene as the Gulf of St. rence and the Belle Isle were ship Jackson and Mart Twenty Sixth Day of endurance Greater so smoothly that as they fl OM 800 and Leslie nnd Governors down for dinner they were hardly I dav of wtd ol of tho twenty-sixth day or cards and the lent the he said was much more like that of or Fifth been up hours nt a. rr than of a craft skilled mechanics turned kn flight today above Lou is The and pilots and Forest had miles out over the Allan The left St. Hubert AVR. ther by the went her with drought relief In Showers have during week In many of the affected but the weather bureau mild today and of Missouri and Montana wert In need of more Administration today Mild state In need of relief ake advantage of the at the The WHS made after Ritchie of Maryland hart complained that today with he Interstate commerce commission he expected schedules which xl by 50 per cent freight on livestock out Of designated drought nwis and feed moving Into the Southern and roads are to take similar action Before governors who attended the meeting with Secretary Hyde tho ibility of providing Governors Leslie of field of Missouri nnd Cooper of Ohio talked with the They the date for allocation of road nld money to states be the allocutions would not be made until late In Leslie said hifi state had no un- appropriated funds lo build roads but the finance com- was empowered to borrow Jic suggested thill If n loan of could be obtained from the reserve boaid ftl 2 per work of wading and other maintenance work could be Hail Work Governor said his had funds with which to way After conference it wild Secretary while o the plan Leslie nnd Governors ot the of conference nnd 1 thl lit it ii verv mi- tin While The said cars but to I a guess on the motor have at 8-28 p. m. will They raid thoy i relict plan he u tt had remained in Canada 13 days were unable to detect the sll would a crossing of 78 hours and 51 minutes from About It's the Little Ordinary Things that Keep the World Appearing in court is not a new experience for W. C. Foster of For several years he was district attorney of Tron Since that time ho has appeared In court in the Interests of During the time lie has practiced he has had many occasions to ad- This afternoon Mr. Foster was slated to appear In the role ol of the county court and to have his trace of a In tho While Jackson nnd con- to fly on and their William ing plans to while the iron is going to the on state fair tour within or three days after they come l-e said ns he looked over n deluge of which spell to the airmen Offers to at state theatrical nnd offers to write testimonials lor whose products used In the poured in on already is ig to I ho oil company paying then for each hour they remain longer than the previous but tills offer will end after 70 be down when the motor stops the filers si Id in reply to n message from Field Arc reported to that In 01 the lower Mississippi nnd i river the }A ind In the New York an I the ncM nre forecast Jor plains tlin western on thc flag after a mob had torn a red is in charge of the county flag from the entrance and had brother attorneys address him as Inner C. R who asked Hie if they had owy Idea when Judge J. E. and ing Judge DeMcio aio out of tho city today and ns n who is circuit court burned n. flery cross At their hearing the two young women obtained a until tomorrow at 10 a. members of the International labor defense were present at the The 10 children in the camp werp terrified when leaders of the wearing anil ordered the camp heads to before they burned It Mob leaders said they were determined to destroy the camp the Inmates leave the last day of their Anglicans Approve Birth Condemn Divorce Aug. beth conference of bishops of the Anglican that has just con- cluded its strongly ed the Christian standard of the family and of marriage and also took up the question of birth con- agreed this the conference that methods control might be used In cases where there Is such a clearly felt moral tion lo limit or avoid provided this were done in the light of Christian Birth con- trol from motives of ury or mere convenience ly The suggestions the published in a lengthy encyclical were given wide In tho press and the reports overshadowed even the agii of the and the troubles In It was remarked that if this newspaper display accurately gauged public the frequent contentions thai the community has become Indifferent to religious ters seemed wide of the The one of 70 adopted by the passed only over bitter opposition of the and those from the over- seas tranches of the it wos The vote was 193 to thus approving birth con- trol the conference condemned di- and while passing no Judgment on the practice of regional or natural churches within our com- recommends that marriage of one whose former partner Is still living should not be celebrated cording to the rites of the IA an encyclical summarizing the results of the five weeks tions it have perished before now because the dry rot of laxity antl In home life set court until their A game law violation uled to be called this As a rule traffic officers arc com- to chase motorists whom they wish to apprehend and when comes to the frond door it is according to Charles Iron county truffle Mr. who is again the Iron county roads until an opinion Is received from the ney general concerning action that was taken by the traffic committee of the Iron county board when It discharged him last had Just returned to his home his duties when he heard a crash that resulted when Philip car collided with his He saw Rokovitch attempting to drive away and gave As a result Rokovitch was arraigned in Iron counly court be- fore Judge J. E on n drunken driving ed not guilty nnd will be given a preliminary hearing Aug. 21. O. W. Malloch who had never played In a golf ment and who had his heart set on playing was taken suddenly ill nt a hotel shortly his arrival here He taken to his borne last I. C. conservation today requested that all persons finding dead ami prairie chickens in the woods turn them over to him whenever The Wisconsin conservation department has Its dens and the public to In a study made to mine the of the deaths of large numbers of Rheame is stationed ivt they would be E Recounts Conversation She Once Had With aire's 15- mony that Mrs. on trial for murder of eight s once said Is only one to get rid of and It Isn't dr was the court today Mrs. Alvia office brought here from as a i yesterday n sation with the defendant In which the latter alluded lo her for her don't divorce Mrs. Judkins she there Is only one lo not rid of and it Isn't Mrs. ACP to the witness Mrs. jointly with Otto hi r tlc but the luttor won i trinl and went free under the statute of limitations after Vie had been convicted of Following Mrs. mony the trial was recessed until next Dr. De Mello at Death's Door Following Dramatic Dr. 1> nt death's door In a pital here an attempt pt In a nnd dramatic setting He will live The of Ills snld enily last veiling n blonde unknown lo nnd saw Hie consul III his Attor MIC left He Mello will two lo be mulled mid dered of Then sis nil lie nt lor nlA It him and sobbed like n child nnd unfolded a snd to me. mo Inw he I tried to him up when n shot was lind his I did not lire or see the So I presume ho held It in Ills pocket nnd shot RESUMES FLIGHT pilot took off ftom Stultz field near here at 11M a. today to continue his m tempt to set a new Junior for trans- continental east to west THE WEATHEM to model variable partly cloudy Saturday cloudy and sibly preceded by n shower In ex- treme oust portion what warmer In northwest portion 1'nrtly cloudy night nnd much In the hours ending o'clock noon 83; minimum for tlw pome 56, IN SPA PERI
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