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   Winslow Daily Mail (Newspaper) - October 11, 1930, Winslow, Arizona                                ARIZONA - Generally fair fought aud wanner in south Winslow Friday Friday 48 imhw First With the News The Winslow Dally daily newspaper In Northern is a member of the two greatest press associations in the the Associated Press and tht United VOLUME 38 SIX PAGES NAVAJO OCTOBER 11, 1930. OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS MEMBER OF THF UNITED PRESS NUMBER 253. MAI COLUMBIA LANDS AT CROYDON TO END OCEAN TRIP Canadi ans Make Over Night Stop Boyd And Connor Alight On Islands To Repair Fuel Line On Vet Plane Oct. 11 J. Errol and Lieutenant Harry flew into Croydon and set the veteran monoplane Columbia down on the London airfield at 3:55 p. m. today a. m. New York and thereby completed the second transatlantic voyage of the famed ship in which Clarence Chamberlin and Charles A. Levine traversed the sea three years Their the first successful Canadian was marred by one the breaking a fuel which forced plane down yesterday upon tiny Tresco in the Scilly off Land's The fliers took again from Tresco at 1:02 p. m. a. E. S. made the trip to Croydon without Charles A. passenger on the Columbia's maiden now ' a pilot was first to greet the two daring birdmen who followed his path across the On Page American Bar Head Dies In Delaware Oct. 11 Democratic National Committeeman from and president of the American Bar died suddenly of a heart attack at home near here early Mr. who was 64, died a short time after the arrival of a physician at his His death came as a distinct shock to his family and Active in the Democratic party's state and national affairs for Marvel was defeated for the nomination as U. S. Senator by Thomas F. Bayard at the Democratic State Convention on September 16 Mr. Marvel was backed by the while Mr. Bayard ran as a pronounced Deer Hunters Lost In Central Idaho YELLOW Oct. 11- mountains of central Idaho northeast and southeast of here today continued to hold the secret of the fate of two deer despite efforts of forest rangers and other hunters to locate The R. H. Boise and Jimmy Mills of dropped into the darkness of the mountain fastnesses about the same time last Monday aud since then efforts of hundreds of searchers have been J AT STORM CENTER OF BRAZILIAN REVOLUTION Col. M. A. Member Of Newspaper Dies In California At Age Of 72 SAN Oct. 11 Colonel Milton A. newspaper hospital and Boy Scout philanthropist and civic died early today at Scripps Memorial hospital at on September 19, he was taken for a major abdominal For several months he had been hailing in He was 72 years Colonel Milton Alexander McRae was born in in 1858. He began an early business career j as a grocer's He was a manufacturer of hulled hotel railroad actor and medical before he finally embarked upon his career as a newspaper He started as a reporter on the Detroit Tribune and continued in that capacity on the Free Press and later on the to earn money to pursue his medical He abandoned and chose journalism as his life's While employed on the Detroit News he contracted James F. who made him advertising manager of. the Cincinnati In 1S80 he married Victoria Wall is of Ont. To them were born six children of whom on page 6) Jetta Goudal To Wed Los Angeles Decorator Oct. 11 - Friends of Jetta the actress with the right to displays of temperament on movie are looking forward to her marriage tonight to Harold Los Angeles interior at Ariz. The engagement of the couple was announced a month The for six will be followed by a wedding trip by motor to picturesque spot of Old The trip to Arizona will preclude the wait of three days California ss TO 0 D JLY j Rebels Predict An Early Success - British And U. S. Ships Prepare For Emergencies 11 cruiser has been ordered to and will stand by there to proceed inter to Brazilian waters if necessary to take American citizens as a result of the revolution in that Official T a bIe 1$ Given Out Eastbound Mail Will Go Out At 9:50 A. M. And Westbound At 5 P. M. Starting Oct 25 PLAY People Of This Section Urged To Make Use Of Services Supplies To Be On Hand a head by wide-spread economic the government of Brazil is considering con- fAt the left is Washington who is directing the federal To Go To Health Meeting Oct. 11 - Announcement has been made at the governor's office here that Arizona will have six delegates to the 49th annual meeting of the American Public Health Association in Fort Oct. 27-30. Representing this state will be Dr. R. J. state superintendent of public Mrs. Anna J and Miss Maria J of the state statistical Dr. Harry Dr. R. B. and Dr. F. Cady Case Heard At Tucson Today Oct. 11 - The future of lumbering operations at and in other northern Arizona forests was placed in the balance today as Federal Judge William H. Sawtelle heard receivership proceedings of the Cady Lumber Arthur J. McQuatters of McNary was named receiver several weeks The receiver asks permission to operations at paying the government for timber The Cady Lumber company holds leases from the department of agriculture and the department of the If operations cease for a stated the land reverts to the The town of McNary is built on leased federal Application also was filed for cutting rights near in the heart of the Coconino HOOVER FN V IT Faced by a bitter civil war that was brought to of all men between 21 and 30 In order to forces from the Brazilian Kio de Janeiro HtWe right is Dr. Julio It is reported that the revolutionists are centering opposition on msWing that he must be kept from taking DEAD BURIED IN ONE GRAVE Thousands Mourn When 48 Victims Are Lowered To Resting Place Laura Ingalls arid Robert Buck Stop At Winslow This Morning Oct II last rays of a swiftly sinking snn lighted the little churchyard tonight as Britain lowered her 48 dead from the dirigible disaster into a common The ceremony was one of moving solemnity which will live forever in the of those Oct. 11 one huge grave in the tiny local cemetery grief-stricken Britain this afternoon carried the 4S men who died as a of the disaster which wrecked the great dirigible in France last In sight of the eyes concourse of mourners in and about the there on Dage ' Infant Prince Of Belgium Baptized Oct. 11 - in a shawl lace the infant Prince second child of Crown Prince Leopold and Princess was baptized today at the Church of Jacques of Hundreds oi school children were among Ihe that lined the streets and watched the procession of royal carriages to and from the The King and Queen ot Prince Leopold and the Princess Ingeborg and Prince Charles of Sweden were in the King Albert is the infant prince's Princess Rene de Bourbon is the Kiwanis Club To Choose Governor Robert 16-year old eastern and Laura St. Louis racing to set a west-east junior flight spent an hour in Winslow this morning while their planes were being refueled and while they were waiting for favorable weather conditions between Winslow and Miss who took off at Kingman this morning at 8:45 M. S. T. left the local airport exactly three hours after having landed here at 10:45 a. m. Her elapsed flying time to Winslow from Los Angeles was reported to an even five who left Kingman at 3:55 M. S. T. landed one minute ahead of Ingalls here at 10:44 and took Albuquerque at 11:50. Buck told the Winslow Mail this morning that slight snow was encountered of Flagstaff this but he was well pleased time which he said was 4 hours and 21 from the He expressed doubt as to the possibility of continuing beyond saying weather reports showed bad flying conditions east of that Fifteen Movie People Injured Near Cameron Oct. 11 C. D. operator of a trading post in a report today that 15 persons were injured in a premature a motion picture company was engaged in a mining on location 15 miles from Richardson said he believed none was injured Physicians were called from Oct. President Hoover has accepted an invitation 11 - tentatively to attend the at Princeton Oct. 25 football game Oct. 11 C. president of the Phoenix and William G. secretary of ihe Paso were placed in the limelight today as leading candidates for the Kiwanis southwest district is scheduled for the close of the southwest convention late January 23 and 24 were set as the dates for the district midwinter session in El Sanders Inc. Granted Certificate Oct. 11 - Sanders of was granted a certificate of incorporation by the corporation commission Articles were filed by K. 0. Van Atla and G. C. both of Phoenix is stated as the principal place of Capitalization of the concern is fixed at in preferred stock shares and 2.00.0,000 shares of common stock par Most of the officers and directors of the newly incorporated company are connected in official capacity with the Clarence Saunders and if any injuries serious Richardson said it was planned to take the injured persons to a Flagstaff They would arrive until late in the has been filming Painted on the location from today's report The script called for the destruction of a mining town by an explosion from the mouth of a Knights Of Pythian Meet In Convention FLOODS NEAR PORT OF Oct 11 - The British warship | Delhi left here last night under orders to proceed at full speed to ' It was understood the ship to stand by at that port for the protection of if the evacuation of British and other foreign citizens in Six People Escape When Buildings Submerged After Cloudburst Oct. 11 - Officers and delegates were arriving here today to attend the 45th annual convention of Grand Knights of Pythias of and the 25th annual session of Pythian which open tomorrow Resumes Air Ti ' N. Oct. 11 A mountain last sent a torrent of water rolling down Frio Draw twenty miles north of here which swept away one house submerged and may have swept away an automobile with an undetermined number of occupants off the Frio Three men two women and two boys were in the demolished houses but escaped firemen and volunteers dragged the water filled canon today to learn whether the was caught when the headwaters struck the Those caught in the flood were On Page Dohen Los Angeles Suit LOS 11 Edward L. oil and the Richfield Oil a major petroleum organization on the Pacific had conspired to defraud certain stockholders of the Western Petroleum a suit for an accounting is on file in federal court here John C. of St. who says he represents all class B stockholders in Pan filed the suit He alleges a controlling interest in the company Richfield for a inadequate and unconscionable because of fear that the government would be victorious in an oil lease cancellation affecting the Pan-American The suit now is under ation in federal court Oct. 11 - A quick victory for the Brazilian revolutionists was today by Bernardino Da representative here of the has Brazil had such a powerful he cannot be suppressed in view of the fact that in seven days the revolutionaries have overthrown most of the state the government of the State of Santa Catharina whose administration now is limited to the island on which the is | With the arrival here this morning of further information relative to the New Yorkr Los Angeles Transcontinental ail mail contract which has been let by the S. postoffice department to the Transcontinental - Western Air A. R. local postmaster has able to submit for publication schedules of the arrival and departure of planes in and out of this Effective on October 25, the Angeles to ho known as C. A. M. will operate between the following New N. and Louis and N. to Los Angeles and between Oklahoma City and Texas and The starting schedules points along the Voute are as v Leaving New York City 8:U'6V" westbound mail planes will on page 6) a. m. AI It SERVICE DELAYED Oct. 11 i Wing Commander Charles I ford-Smith at j a. today resumed flight from England to i j His next stop will be ( i Asiatic j State Photographers Convene At Phoenix Oct. 11 of Brazilian forces today drew the net of insurrection tighter about the On Page Inventor And New Wife Separated LOS Oct. 11 Married at Lower Oct. 3, Dr. Lee De noted radio and his newest Marie film are living apart in their Hollywood homes today pending culmination of a New York divorce obtained by the first Mrs. De The enforced separation of the couple is required by California law under a decision in the case of the late who married in Mexico before a divorce from his first Jean became Convict Weds On Eve Of Jail Term LOS Oct. 11 Frank D. convicted check forger who escaped from officers once by leaping from a train near j Ella convicted of aiding him in his j were married on the eve of the man's departure j for San Quentin penitentiary to j serve one to fourteen j 2S, said he had j ried 20, in New Jersey last i but that the justice of j the peace who performed the failed to record the Consequently he desires to j be Oct. 11 I Inauguration of service on the air mail route from Dutch to which was to have taken place on October 2:>, has been deferred because of revolutionary disorders in BALL PLAYER Oct. 11 - Grimes pitching ace for the St. Louis was named defendant in a divorce suit filed here today by Florence Ruth Grimes of j Oct. 11 - i The annual meeting of Arizona will open I here tonight with A. R. j of Tom of vice irlent for the past is mentioned as the choice to succeed M. E. of ' is Williams Resident Killed In Accident Oct. 11 30, a resident of this city for three was killed instantly when his automobile left the highway east of here Abeyta came to Williams from N. M. Riordan Funeral Held At Flagstaff Oct. 11 rites for M. J. I minent Arizona who died Tuesday at were held here i Services in the Catholic Church at 10 a. were followed by interment in a The Rev. Father Edward of the Flagstaff church He was assisted by William M. S. of Bror phy as and Father Urban O. as sub Active pall bearers were R. J. A. P. J. G. IT. E. A. and F. P. A long friends of the Riordan family were named as honorary pall bearers With Mexican Officials MEXICO Oct. 11 the return of General Thursday night from Monterey been engaged in with government and national Revolutionary party officials and with members of Press accounts represent General Calles as saying that alarmist reports have greatly exaggerated the importance of the recent political crisis and say it has solved favorably for the country's Steamer Crew Safe After Sea Collision SAINT K ATH ERINE'S Oct. 11 British steamer radioed that she was proceeding to with the crew of the small Mersey sank after a collision in latitude 50:0.1 north and longitude 24 The sustained damage to her bows and is leaking in the  

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