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Ludington Daily News (Newspaper) - June 25, 1930, Ludington, Michigan THE LUDINGTON DAILY NEWS VOLUME THE DAILY JUNE PRICE THREE RS COMING t Certificate Presented by Court of Honor at Camp Tues 45 Merit Badges Are Award ed Scout Gauthier Gets Star Howard Ode of Manistee is the 15th eagle scout in Pere He won the highest ranking in scoutdom at Camp Tuesday eve The certificate was presented by the Manistee court of but the medal will not be given until 45 Badges Fortyfive merit badges were one scout was elevat ed to star ranking and one scout was elevated to star rank ing and one each to second Mass and first Edwin son of Gauthier of received the star Murray Campbell of Manistee Continued on Page Michigan Shows Increase in Number of Births in 1929 June wa one of the four states in the federal birth registration area which showed nn increase in the number of births during according to figures announced by the cen sus bureau The report also showed that the state had a slight increase in the number of deaths dur ing 1929 as compared to 1928 but that the infant mortality rate decreased during the same The infant mortality rate for the entire registration area of 43 states was lower in 1929 than in the preceding Michigan births during 1929 totaled During 1928 the total was Deaths for all ages during 1929 amounted to while deaths for 1928 were During deaths of children under one year old were recorded while for 1928 there were deaths in the same age There were deaths of children under one year per births during while during 1928 the rate Was ENDURANCE FLIERS THINK THEY CAN BETTER RECORD MUST FLY 4 MORE DAYS June Nearing the end of its secon week in the the endurance flight Cit of had been aloft 32 hours at In notes dropped at Sky Har bor John and Kennet express ed confidence they would b able to better the record o 420 hours plus set by Forest O Brine and pale Jackson las year in the Louis If successful in setting a the City of Chicago must remain aloft until some time after a minute and a hal past 5 nex Sunday Log of the Southern By THE ASSOCIATED Eastern Standard MONDAY Port Mar Irish Free for New 12 over Irish Free TUESDAY location by wireless nearly miles from Irish up liner flying position to 990 miles from Capo position miles off Cape gian Steamer expected to reach I Cape Race about just off Grand Banks Every body position about 250 miles from Cape about 160 miles east of Cape WEDNESDAY and aided in getting po notified plane bound for Har bor at Har bor Swim Kaps a complete vari ety of lOc to 75c at Snows Drug it it if n f DANCE Every Thursday Night Arcadia Hotel Upper Hamlin Special Nurse Says Mortality Rate Very High Pleads for Healthy Miss Sylvia the specia nurse sent here in April by the Michigan department of health was given audience by the board of supervisors Tuesday morning and explained to them her work and status in the Since it has been found that the mortality rate among babies and young mothers is far great er in Michigan than it should the state is attempting to lower it by sending out a spe cial nurse where there is no county nurse to give present help to expectant mothers babies and children of pre school The nurse is expected to prove the value of the work and to establish a program that the county may see fit to carry out Continued on Page Fliers Fiancee Is Happiest Girl Bravely Tries to Play Bridge While Awaiting June Charles Kings pretty Mary was the happiest girl in Australia She had faced bravely UIP dif task of for news of the safe arrival in America in the Southern Cross of her ad venturous Bravely Plays Isnt it she ex on Page Bids Are Awarded for Highway Work Bids for shoulder and ditch work on four projects were opened by the county road com mission Tuesday afternoon and contracts John Ed Carl Smith and Cameron were the John Rathburn was awarded the which starts south of Scottville at corners and runs south one and onehalf His bid was 34 cents a The second north of went to Ed Landon with a bid of 27 cents a The project starts at the corner and runs one and one half miles Carl Smith was awarded the Bachelor project on a bid of 32 cents a The work is to start at the southeast corner of Bachelor cemetery and run for a The fourth job was won by Cameron with a bid of 23 cents a yard on a mile in Logan town ship starting at the corners of sections one and 11 Bids were opened by Chairman Fred Reek with Commission ers Charles Rathbun and Franz The jobs are to be done by 50 per over the amount of the are to be Bidding was Bids were entered by Cooper John and De ft LOWiE West Side of Pentwater NOW OPEN Excellent Home Cooking LUNCHEONS DINNERS CARD PARTIES Make Reservations Phone 22322 SOUTHERN CROSS SPANS ATLANTIC LANDS AT HARBOR GRACE IN FOG WILL FLY TO SAN FRANCISCO Grand Rapids Man to Give Main Address of Day Lud ington Folk Mason County Sunday school convention will be held at Scottville First Meth odist Episcopal All schools in the county are invited to unite for this Program Opens at The program arranged opens at 10 oclock with Sunday school for classes of all Two services of worship are planned at The one for with Atkin son will be in Metho dist Episcopal Ball of Scottville will be in charge of the young peoples service at the Evangelical Special music has been A basket dinner will be enjoy ed at at Community Each family is asked to bring its own china and Coffee will be furnished by members of the Scottville Methodist The business session will open at For 2 oclock three divi conferences are sched Bailey of Ludington will preside at the adult division Reinoehl of Custer at the Continued on Page Former Residents to Visit Old Home For Celebration Special to The Minn of and Mason will Homecoming atvl patriotic celebration ro be held it was indi at a survey made at the picnic frolic of Masoti Comity club of Detroit held at Chandler The picnic was a peat success and was attended by the largest former Mason county residents ever assembled at one time in More than were present and the representing every and township in Mason said they milks and friends to for the mammoth Homecoming July 5 The announcement by Roscoe Conkling republican can for state representative in Charles KingsfordSmith center and three companions landed at Harbor this completing a flight in the Southern Charles Ulm lower right who accompanied KingsfordSmith on former was not a member of the Registrations for Second Per iod for Boys Be Made by Registrations for the second erm at Camp which HARBOR June airplane Southern Cross landed here this morning after spanning the Atlantic ocean from and the fliers immediately made plans for flying to New York then to San Such a flight would virtually complete an flight for the Southern which previously had been flown from San Francisco to Australia and Will Leave at The plane will leave at day break tomorrow for New The fliers experienced almost perfect weather until they ap the Newfoundland when the trip almost came to an unfortunate end as fog enshrouded the For more than an hour during the night the aviators flew i and but for radio stations pro The Captain Charles opens Friday should made scout office Thurs day First scout term nds Boys registrations are being with directions they received says Executive been Robert but the girls are literally pour ng Girls Popped The girls seem to be quite pepped up over prospects of amp this the execu ive We expect to have 8 young from all sec ions of the council at the first term of First term for girls opens Continued on Pape that the Ludington Homecoming committee had set aside July as in honor of the hundreds of Detroiters who plan to go home to Ludington for the was greet ed with great Fitch delivered an address reviewing of the growth of the club during the first years of its existence and Train Scanned for 2 Youths Who Escaped with 000 Shot June search this morning of j Grand Trunk freight on which two ed of being bandits who Tues Boy Scout Found Alive Tells Tale of Many Hazards Losi Days in Moun Rattles of Snake He 12yearold Boy rested at home that if the present in proudly i biting the ratI terest and enthusiasm ties of a t ae of the many tne in entering upon Its menaces to his life thwarted by second might hope to at his skill during the four a membership of he was lost among the i Beginning at 10 oclock in the forbidden crags of Mount San morning and continuing throughout the carloads of While blanketed veU former Mason county residents eran fellow scouts i poured into Chandler and army aviators searched i ins directed by a large Luding with little hope of finding the ton banner stretched boy Harold walked tree atthe Each the Snow Creek arrival was greeted by a fish hatchery near welcoming committee composed Tuesday and asked for Continued on Page Reunited with A few hours later the scout j was reunited with his j at Lower Hamlin I The Aw cottage and 01 conquering contents north of Inn day held Michigan up and robbed the Vom hil by Continued on Page fire at 830 this I Total loss is estimat estimated at naJ u i Branch MASON COUNTY STUDENTS property was in bank at Grand Rapids were o i i o to be riding east from proved The train was scanned as it i Hamel The GRADUATE FROM NORMAL cottage had not been since Monday when a group of Republican Chieftains of House Plan Vote for Satur day or June a record the house today con curred in the senate amend ments to the Johnson World war veterans relief It now goes to President Hoover and an immediate veto is Mason County was represented Ludington young folk had left Residents near the Hamel cot passed through Flint and again j by several graduates at at the Belsay four exercises Monday at reports hearing an explosion east of Central State Teachers college i before the Vern Man Are Searching j at Deputy expressing Among those receiving certi the belief that the two men were Louise Vorder chester is said to have heard the v report and on investigating found the part of the cottage may have decided not to run j Custer snear the kitchen the risk of riding through Flint j Selva Beyer and Dorothy j The fire is believed to and may have left the train at each started near a gas stove and Swartz 12 miles or soil Effie from spontaneous com at eight miles away Ludington Margaret Fal Evert Van Patrick Saul and John were in good condi June tion and excellent spirits when j house republican leader landed here at I ship today came to the support They talked briefly of of President Hoover in his the dangers they had encounter with congress over the ed and then all sought j World war veterans compensai had gasoline for tion and threw its strength Continued on Pagre 1 Continued on Page Col 1 where a belt line running dii coner and Louisa each Continued on Page j SOUTHERN CROSS IS SECOND SUCCESSFUL WESTERN TRIP OVER ATLANTIC Light Plant Factory 27 Planes BIG CATCHES ARE REPORTED Destroyed by I AT HAMLIN LAKE ACTIVITIES FOR SUMMER COMMENCING June nwo hangars and 21 2 of them trimotor passenger were destroyed by fire i the municipal airport this i The loss was at more than j The hangars destroyed were hose of the Universal and the Grey Goose Air tho latter under lease to IIP Stout Air The fire an NEW June The landing of the monoplane Southern Cross at Harbor Grace A1 on her flight IS MOVed tO Adrian from marks the second i successful westward crossing of i the North Atlantic by although a number of have successfully made the east i ward Hamlin residents gathered fight the but confined their efforts to preventing its It had gotten beyond A standing near was also Hamel bought the cottage from Last summer he had the interior and exterior redecorated and fitted with new PUSHES OF LIFE Sought in Funds f By r TILLSON Around the middle bayou at I Hamlin lake the stir of summer j activities has official and Myers The Stearns Lighting plant of the former Stearns Motor Manufacturing has been moved to Adrian where it will be operated by a new Three members of the person nel have accompanied the plant to its new They are Art Parker and Paul representative of General Parts is 3 1 neither the Southern Cross nor the the only June antiques have been tak en from the White House and put into They are other plane to make the west ward were successful in in reaching their I NEW June both being compelled to make j Marie Dressier of the talkies Is forced landings back from abroad with a cor Lauded near of Will to wit The like the His statement that a mothers Ion of undetermined cause in himself in the conn he Universal j deuce of the relating the Several including pilots varied activities and needs of nd were in the the but escaped before the I The ire reached the front of the the whoso work in taxidermy is sought by all who wish to preserve their hunting and fishing was finish in of tho property re Southern had New York i smile is the same in any lan A dozen as her was forced to land I wage is not so good as it was because nowadays people want to understand what the mother says when she l angar where they They vere able to wheel out five lanes BIDS FOR CONCESSIONS at Culver Park during GOLDEN BELT AMATEUR CHAMPIONSHIP JULY 234 will be received at Elks Temple up to Satur June w Roetger themselves and their work their earnest and sincere I week work among the By A garden of lovely a careful management and strict shelf full of wild strawberries i est personal economy they have and the general attrac i carried on through the but j of the inn bore witness i the employment situation is not to the activities of Peterson I i improving to any great extent during recent She they look forward to Peterson anticipate that or and more insistent demands their days of comparative leisure for help when summer has will be over for the summer next made upon j Saturday when the bass season opens and the fishermen to i to come and bring their j city friends swarm in upon j Already several of the summer j visitors have come to the the perfect Sanitary summer in their Among 39c and Harry Drug Continued ou Fuse are employed in at Greenley near Labra Pending Moorman said this would have no statement to make as to the status of the Miss Anna Larson of the ae in her flight from Ireland in Her Baron Von Captain Herman Koehl and Colonel James Fitzj were forced to abandon their In other attempts to span the department will also Atlantic from Europe to Ameri go to ca m nonstop 10 persons 1 lost their The first to attempt the cros Continued on Pase June A plane that cost has been sold for It would not rise from The number 01 motor vehicles registered in Canada during 19 an increase of il water so Al Williams could fly it in Schneider cup races and the navy has bought it from private corporation to ment with i passed than were i them last j Heberden proposes make personal calls in the and THE For Ludington and Vi Showers tonight and probably Thursday morning cooler Thurs day winds mostly mod erate shifting to northwest late o c c a s o n a 1 thunder TV LYRIC THEATRE IT ami VV THE ROGUE SONG Drama as mighty as lulls in which It Ami sound tomorrow ut Admission lOc ami 40c 1
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