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Daily Globe (Newspaper) - August 15, 1930, Ironwood, Michigan THE WISi; WORM DOES- N'T fmAWt, OdT UNTIL At'- TKU TIIK KARt.lT mRl) HAS KATUN HIS HUKAKFAST. VOLUMI'l It, NUMBER 220. DAILY GLOBE A VOOt AND HTB MONET WAV BE EASILY SEPARAT- ED, IH1T THEVARB 1IAHD TO FIND. ASSOCIATED PRESS LEASED WIRE NWS SERVICE IRONWOOD, MICHIGAN, FRIDAY EVENING, AUGUST 16 PAGES SINGLE COPY 6 CENTS Program Tonight Closes A nnual County Free Fair Tournsr Medalist Elim- inates F. J. Jeppesen This; Morning. WILL PLAY DR. BOYCE Golfers In tho championship flight of the Upper Penln.siila Roll tournament went Into the second round thin aftornoor, wllu William youthful low medalist who led field In tho qualifying round ye.stf'rrlay by 10 strokes, playing Dr. W. S Boyce, fnthor of Don Boyce, tho dotnudlntx champion falle fo get Into the (lr.it flight. J. CH.S.'I won hi' motcli with Dv. Messenger three up and tills aftfr- tioon pluy.i Alex Jolly, who won from M, Thomas. Bay Carrier, sec- ond In the qualifying round was defeated six up by W. C. Jn.ri.wn, who plays C. C. Taylor this after- noon. Taylor defeated V. Mllllmun. N. II. rvtnndevfielcl won from R. A. Bowon and Clcovfcu at Peter ite- fouted Olarlc Gliwln. St. Poter and Manclci'fleld play this afternoon. In the first night consolation ie- vUm this afternoon Dr. Messenger menti M. Thomas, Ray Carrier plays p. Mlulman, R. A. Bowon play" and M. 1C. Juhl plays F. .J. Jcppe.'ien. Other Ucsults Matches completed in other flights after 12 o'clock resulted aii follows: B. 0. Hayes defeated W. E. Mum- van, Don Boyco won Irom F. X. SI Petor, C A Mailman won from Or ,7. A. Lauormivu defeated R, C. ToutlolT, Dr. I) C Ploi'pont won from Thomas Candor, C. H. Mllllmaii won from Con Drlseoll, P, R. Wall defeated Leo Sherwood and 11. N. F.ldeinlllcr won Irom Ted KlnKiiford. This afternoon Hayci plnys Baumtvn plays Lauuv- man, Plorpout plays MilHnwn, Wall nlaya Wldernlllcr. In the third W. Cudllp de- bated J. DeTlaa.1. In the- fourth r. J. SuJllvnn won from H L WUUiim Dowers fit HouKhton, low medalist nC the qualifying round In tho Upper Peninsula r.olf tourna- n.enl- nt the notable Country club voiilordiiy. ellmlniitod F. J. Joppcscn of Imuwuod from the runnlni; for t onon In tho flis! round of the flight thl.', mornlntr. Howi'is doleated Jeppe.sen six up Dr Mover at Rscanabii eliminated M V, Iiihl of AshlnnJ seven tip. thl', fon.Moulf the. only onn oi. I he championship flight '.o finish up Id noon. Rc'illlt'i to Noon In thf iccond round this after- noon Howe PI >vill moot Dr. Hoycc, while and Juhl will piny IP Itie consoliUlou Olhcr re- sults to noon- Sixth flight C'r. W. Sulllv.ui do- loatcd 1T. W. nyrne. W. L Ktan- iMtrd won by default from C Mas- lowr.kl. J. I! Krlckion defealed L H Roy, K. W. Muv'ey won by de- limit Irom Di1. O. F. and Kulvlnen won by default tiom Robert Wddm.tn. W. B. Jensen, Thomas t'i.stcll, and uoup Mclntosh drew Tin1 iifternoon Sullivan was to play 8f ann.ird, and Ji nson VB KrioiE.'ioit, Mm Icy vs Ht-jtell, Me- Intoih vti Kulvlnen. Fifth flight -AinoUi Bill won four (Continued on pnuo emni) The annual Gogeblc county free fair will close this evening utter tluee sncceifitul days during which thousands of residents ot the Ctogti- blc range have seen the large dis- plays of tlw highest quality pro- ducts of farm and garden and home art and handicraft work, as well us, the lnrge nnd unusually fine exhibits ot tho bust dilry cattle nnd other live stock of the county. In addition to having the op- portunity to see these displays the results of 1he past year'.s work, hundieds have been pleased with tho program of entertainment, which has Included horse, automo- bile, and motorcycle racing, balloon ascensions, thrilling acrobatic stunts and music, The climax of the entertainment program will be the public legal wedding to be performed on the stage In front of the grandstand, with an elaborate setting and more than a score of gorgeously costumed attendants, ond solemn music. Fol- lowing the wedding there will be dancing to the music of an unusu- ally good orchestra. All exhibits, at the fair are to remain in place until the fair closes, to permit last minute visitors to ex- aniine tho displays. Presentation Made by Hoov- er in Recognition of Achievements. LEAVE FOR MOUNT CAMP Story of Plot to Kill China- men Revealed in Arrest of Four Men. Now Yorlt, Aug. the dark msd mysterious haze of a fitfully warring Chinatown today moved tho menace of tong slaughter en a strictly eash basis. For behind the arrest yesterday of three Chinese and a Filipino lay a story whoso ferocity startled oven detectives. The story was told by two white youths whose identities remain n secret with the police, to protect them from the fate they wore hlrod to mete out to four On Leong tongmcn at a murder. Just Needed Guts A 19-year-old youth, fviond of Detective Rosenberg, told him that ho WSH sitting In Byrant park despondent over his inability to find work, ho wtvs approached by tho Filipino, Lamberto Eullaran, 38 who asked him whether ho was workintf. Slayings Lead to Belief Hoodlums Are Scattering Over Country. Chicago, Aug. sinis- ter shadow ot gangland spreads over tho Middlftwost. Three near St. Paul, Minn., another dropped by machine gun- ners at Rockford, and new slay- ings at Detroit and Chicago add weight to the belief that the hood- lum element is scattering. The first tangible evidence that organized' outlawry is seeking new ;crrltorles lor its rackets, liquor, gambling and vice, is the usual sym- bol ot the bullet- pierced body, nhot from behind Mcunt I'or Oangstcr. The latest victim is Joe Vlovlngo, Rockford bootlegger, killed instantly by the s jvarn of bullets that poured from automobile speeding through ,one of the town's main streets, lilst night. Eleven bullets were I'lrcd Into Viovlngo's body, but i police folt sure they wore intended Washington, Aug. A, Lindbergh today was presented with a Special congressional medal of honor in recognition ol his achievements In the air. In his offlee at the White House with high officials of 'the govern- ment grouped about Hoover smiling broadly handed the medal to the young airman saying: "It is a real pleasure to preseni you this congressional medal on be- half of congress and in commemor- Home News! Range Residents in Rus- sia Like to Hear From Friendu. That Charles Hany of Montreal every line In The Dally Globe ncluding the advertisements when t arrives In Russia and that the daily visit of the paper Is eagerly coked forward to by the Oogeblc ange residents was the Information conveyed In a letter to J. C. Flan- agan from nls daughter-in-law, Mrs. Joseph M. Flanagan, the former Hattle James of Bessemer, Mr. and Mrs. Flanagan, Charles Harry of Montreal and A, L. Foss ol Ramsny reside in a villa at Vech- erny Kut Kreval Rog. District U. S. S. which, believe It or not, Is a small village In Russia. Four women and eight men are Included lr> the American party. AH of the members of the party reside at tht villa. They have em- ployed a cook meals Jointly to and prepare their have severa! The Filipino, the youth said, then Tommy Abbott, well known Chl- ke some mone kold him he could make some money "If ho liacl any guts" "That's all I have the youth said he replied. the pro- "Murdor Chinks at a was the answer. The youth said he agrwd and promised to bring a companion into the scheme. Arrangements were made to meot at n 26th street laun- dry last nlifht. The youth tipped off Rosenberg, wlio with four other detectives outside the lann- .Iry while tho youlhi went In. Marked far Death The two were introduced to the Chinese1 whc gave them the Instruc- tions. Eullr ran was to RO with thorn, Tliu> were told four Chinese (ConnmitHl on trnce ten) Will Meet With Hurley City Council and Two Committees. Word was received this morning by Eugene Darin, city clerk, lh.it thr state engineer will come to Hurley on the morning of Wud- netjtliiy, Aug. to Investigate the water sllunllon. The engineer will meet with the Hurley city council and Mill also Inventive the Gary wa which trtKcn from the Cille river, and (ho Hurley w itcr, whldi comes from Lake Ui.'in.i. Recent U.il'i have pi llv.it tho water fiom Laviua Is p'ire, hut. officers of the NoithUud Flpott-i dub are attempting to convince the of i he wr.tet company that spring.'! In tho Ukr can bo hnrn- for the water supply and In Ihlfl way provlne biithlni; for ictil- oonts of Hie r.v ige Oary residents an- priiVslInK their water supply. A eommltte" fr Nuthland Sports club will rotifer wllh the engineer on the m.iUfi. If you uui't >i Iliilithouso you c.tn be a If you can't be u inultl-inllllon- iilic you r.ui ill lensl becumc prosperous liv tnkliu; advant- age of the savlnif.1' and prolltn made po- murder of he- husband, Fred, eight yea' s IXRO, once said "There Is only one to get rid of him. and It Isn't dr was ir> the court recoid today Mrs. Alvia Judkins, Oesli-ivelcli's office girl, brought here from Mil' waukec, Wis., as a prosocutlo i wit- ness, yesterday lecounUd n conver- sation with the defendant In which the latter alluded lo her dl.'llke for her husband. "Why don't .sou divorce Mrs. Judkins stvid she asked, "No, there Is only one lo not rid of him, and it Isn't Mrs. Ocsterroieli replied. ACP trding to the witness Mrs. Oesterrclch wns Indleled jointly with Otto S.xnhuber, hi r "ftt- tlc but the luttor won i --op- aratc trinl and went free under the statute of limitations after Vie had been convicted of nmnslmiRlrer, Following Mrs. Judkins' testi- mony the trial was recessed until next Monday. Dr. De Mello at Death's Door Following Dramatic Episode. Dr. Adli.'iiur 1> Mcllo, Bimllinii consul, nt death's door In a hos- pital here tod.vv an attempt pt stiirliie In a strnr.Rc nnd dramatic setting He probnbly will nn( live The Mtxif of Ills hole) snld tlvil enily last veiling n smurtly die.vscrt, benudlul blonde woman, unknown lo them, nnd saw Hie consul III his room. Attor MIC left He Mello will two lot'ois lo be mulled mid or- dered ulHss of wine. Then iippnren'lv sis nil iittwllioimht lie ,11 nt lor Sofiiil, Arijcnllne ronwl ,uul nlA Intlnnto It lend, HoRiil, loiind him nglluted and dcpifssed. "Ho sobbed like n child nnd unfolded a snd tulfl to me. tollln.i mo Inw iinhiippy he .Si'Kiil eonllimed, I tried to rlieoi him up when Midilenly n shot was flicd. vho lind spivnd Ilns his ohest, cmmpk'd. I did not iilitl lire or see the Rim. So I presume ho held It in Ills pocket nnd shot him- self. RESUMES FLIGHT Altoonu, Pa., -Eddie Schneider, IB-years-old pilot took off ftom Stultz field near here at 11M a. today to continue his m tempt to set a new Junior recoid for trans- continental east to west THE WEATHEM UH'KR ORKAT LARKS' OonUn to model nt? variable wind; partly cloudy InnlKht >yid Saturday TJI'PKR MICHIGAN. Tnrtly cloudy tonlKht and Snlurdny, sibly preceded by n shower In ex- treme oust portion tonlRht; some- what warmer In northwest portion Saturday. WISCONSIN: 1'nrtly cloudy to- night nnd Saturday; no! much In tcmpcrnUire. TBMPKRATUHF! -Maximum the hours ending o'clock noon lodixv, 83; minimum for tlw pome neilod, 56, IN SPA PERI NEWSPAPER!
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