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   Ludington Daily News (Newspaper) - June 10, 1930, Ludington, Michigan                                LUDINGTON DAILY NEWS THE DAILY JUNE PRICE THREE dENTS Green Plans Construction for Insane to Be Pushed Rapidly to Cost Board Transfers to Woodward Avenue and Grand Trunk June for the establishment of a new and modern state hospital near Mon day when the state administra tive board awarded contracts for a power tunnels and allied The woik went to the Otto MiSch of Detroit fof To Push According to Governor construction is to be pushed as rapidly Later other buildings for the housthR of in mates will be The new vyhich will cost several million is de signed to relievo the congestion in other state institutions for the The board transferred from the highway bond slnkUisr fund to the Wider Woodward avenue and Grand Trunk The last legislature provided Bright Resort Outlook Pictured For Season At Traverse Banquet fly JOSEPH New ideas In regional public Ity were developed at a banquet Sunday by the management of the new Park Place hotel at Traverse City to newspaper and hotel men of northern Michigan and and their weekend guesfs of the George superin tendent of the state hospital at Traverse City and a polished was He was introduced by Fred president of Traverse City Chamber of Extemporaneous Talks Following a tribute to Presi dent Floyd Clinch and his Associates of the hotel Drl Inch various guests for extemporaneous All indications point to a bumper year in the tourist and resort business of northern Michigan exceeding that of last said Secretary Ben Tay lor of Traverse City Chamber of who welcomed the Taylor based his state ment upon advance reservations and a checkup of summer con ditions throughout the Harry Musselwhite of former newspaper man and recent census super that money Tor moving the Visor for this extended Grand Trunk tracks should be advanced from the slnkine The state board of was given another to carry on its operations during the coming A like amount Was advanced from highway funds last The hoard re leased from the Mlch ifran Stnte college buldlnt ap propriation and from the for a survey ot Isle To eliminate a fire hazard in the Hartwick Pine the board authorized the expendi ture of for fire lines and removal of Vouchers for covering the states Share of advertising placed by the resort and tourist bureaus total advanced for this pi bt the state thus of tennis courifl at the Northern gtatj Teachers college at a cost 6f wjis Pays for University The board released for a second paymentto May Wing Murnari and for a final payment to Lorenao Sawyer for property acquired for the Uni versity of Michigan Lawyers and took options on ad Joining land owned by these For barns and a milk house at Marquette the board re leased Jungle Melodies Born of Sayage Instincts Wont Be Left Unsung June Jungle melodies Af born of the savage Instinct for rvthm and are not KOingr to be left unsung for Civil A note to the commerce de partment says that the South African the re search that nnd the Carnegie Institute of the United States are organizing an advance on the aboriginal which will be armed with all the latest phono graph duplicating to make imperishable records both of their grace notes and of their rough sounding but famed Inroads of civilization have been rapidly threatening the destruction of the pure African native musical the rer port particularly because American pronographs and re cords tend to enthrall the simple black with their own cords and The scientists organizing the present expldition hope to com plete their work before the im ported strains of Tlnpan alley fines have entirely replaced the pure but primitive music of the untutored Sheaffer Lifetime Fountain Pens and Pencils at Snows Drug compliments and congratula tions of first to the people of Traverse City for their progress second to the owners and management of the new Park Place Chain of Fine This now completes the chain of fine hotels from Pet ogkey to he eulogizing the fine spirit of hospitality characteristic of hotels along the entire eastern shore of Lake In he paid tribute to Austin publisher of the Traverse City for that newspapers encourage ment and other progressive movements of the city Value of advertising the natural assets of the district as a with less emphasis on publicity for single was the keynote sounded by the next Batdorff urged greater cooperation in furthering spe cial promotional plans of any one He suggested when a city in this dis trict decides to sponsor an out standing conflicting dates be and the re mainder of the district aid that particular community in giv ing the movement due import ance and hotels and chambers of com he could thus cooperate to increase the welfare and prosperity of the entire Promotion of the new Park Place hotel began three years ago decision to build was made one year Batdorff Newspapers of the whole dis trict have been very cordial in Continued on Page LOCAL COURT OF HONOR WILL MEET WEDNESDAY The final precamp session of Ludington court of honor will be held tomorrow evening at Boy Scout headquarters in the post office All scouts desiring advance ment before camp must pass court of review tomorrow after Court of honor sessions will be held at the Pere Marquette council at Canfleld lake in Manistee during the states Executive Robert been made through as to James Paxton he were determining in making the hotel and Corrects Error Iff Court Reporting The foews was in error when it stated in its issue of June In report of circuit court pro that Ward Paxton had secured a divorce from Evelyn Ward Paxton has filed no pe tition in circuit His marital relations are and The News deeply regrets that this mistake should have confusion was the plaintiff against Evelyn Paxton Judge Hal Cutler granted this decree of divorce on the ground of TO OPEN WEDNESDAY OR THURSDAY Everybody set Whether you are a golf fan or not you will all be Interested to know that the new Golfus club the construction of which every one has been watching with a great deal of will be open for play either Wednesday evening or We are trying hard to have the course completed and ready for play by Wednesday night Freeman Ste News this impossible to finish our work by we know that we will be all set by The little work left to do is Just putting on the finishing touches and cleaning up and it shouldnt take us LUEST OF CITIES Persons Counted with Suburbs Population Ex pected to Reach June 1930 popula tion as shown by the first official preliminary census report today is an increase of or 57 per over June Enough of Detroits population already has been counted tabulated to insure the citys re tention of its place as the fourth largest city in the United Incomplete figures announced today show a total of with an estimated to be added when the count is corn In 1920 Detroits popula tion was and In 1910 it was The copulation of Greater including the numerous is expected to be close to Detroits 21st with a population of is larger anv citv in Michigan ex ceotinp the one of which it is a census officials The from per sons 10 years is at the rate of per Freeman Stearns told The If we find it The For Ludington and vi cinlty Partly cloudy to cloudy and unsettled to night and Wednesday not much change in temperature moderate shifting District Vote for School Trustee by Dorrell Ostendorf 356 347 210 224 Third 79 74 654 645 Cuthbnrtsou 106 32 3 141 Ely 108 40 4 152 Much We want our hundreds of friends to know we ap preciate their votes given us yesterday in election for school It was a wonderful and we pledge ourselves to try to be worthy of the confi dence reposed in We will give our best to the school BERNARD Commencement Exercises Are This Evening for Class of 23 One Young There are 24 members In the class that will graduate from Mason county normal at Com munity church this The class consists of 23 yourig women and one young all of whom are graduates of four year accredited high previous to their one year of normal Training Is This gives these young people excellent training and scholar ship to carry into the rural schools of Mason A few years ago students could enter Mason county nor mal with previous training equivalent to 10th or llth This standard is no linger per All students now to be eligible to enter the normal must have four years of high school educa The class graduating has been unusually successful in secur ing positions for the ensuing year there are only two mem bers of the class not located at the present time and these nave excellent prospects of securing positions before the opening of school next The average salary of the class is per Positions Following Is a list of the class with the position each member will accupy for the ensuing year Irene North Bass Lake school Lake Lil Con tinned on Page Herb Doctor Again Faces Court Trial BIG June picturesque 70 yearold Indian herb was placed on trial here today for the second time on charges of practicing medicine without a His first a year ended in a Opposition to Chains Looms as Major Plank Wisconsin King Punishes New Enemies but Forgets Activities of Foes While in June Carol professed today to have the ac tivities of political enemies against him while he was in French but he moved quickly to punish those of his enemies who committed new Upon learning that who was minister of education in the last liberal cabinet of Bra had spoken disrespectful ly of him at a liberal meeting he ordered him prose cuted To Prosecute mayor of and Demetrescu former minister of were ordered prosecuted likewise for similar Their named but actually was said to have voted yesterday not to support the al though not suggesting revolu In contrast to the moves to suppress objectionable political King Carol ordered that all charges of a pardonable na political and growing out of ternper caused by ex treme persons still accountable for military offenses during the World be All acts and ordinances promulgated during the reign of the boy Carols were To Be Crowned in It is still mooted whether the princess will be come reconciled with very from Latest reports say that Carol will be crowned in Octo ber at Alba Julia without a queen at his but attended by his little as prince of Alba It was believed oday tical circles that Princess Helen will choose a home away from the capital but near enough to watch the education of their She is a princess of and has no status in hei own country and so may not return Strong forces being brought to bear to gain her consent to annulment of the divorce from Greatest Murder Hunt Is On In Chicago Seeking Slayer Of Reporter June stories as to just what hap of the greatest murder hunts i Chicago has seen was organized This morning the investigators states attorneys private detectives and the or ganized power of the press joined to track down the man who killed Alfgred fJake revisited the murder subway that dips under Michi gan boulevard at Randolph street and leads to the Illinois Central They wanted to recheck every possible means 38yearold reporter for the Trii of escape the slayer may Rewards Rewards totaling were by the Tribune and by the Chicago Eve ning The Press club of have They sought to learn whether some pre viously might be re Have Killers Already they had the killers Dorrell and Bernard Ostendorf Elected to Serve Three Economy with Efficiency Ap peal to Voters Who Set High Mark in George Dorrell and Ber nard Ostendorf were elected school trustees Monday in a spirited election that brought out the largest number of vot ers in the history of the dls Chicago issued a statement that a pocket revolver of 38 cal It stood ready to post an and they had the black tional silk glove worn by the killer to Two hundred or more persons prevent telltale fingerprints be were within a few feet of Lingle ing left on the pitol That I Approximately 800 ballots when he was shot yet the was about slayer not only escaped but left i There were many witnesses with a confusion of Says Carelessness Is Causejrf Blast Complete Investigation of Detroit Is Under and almost as many different stories of what tentatively identified rogue gallery pictures of Sam Capone as closely resembling the man who killed carry ing a shotgun in a golf was arrested a fortnight ago on the northwest side shortly after a f gang gunning in which the body of the victim was spirited He is out on bond under charges June of carrying concealed A complete investigation of the explosion in a water intake tunnel under the Detroit river pausing the death of six men and the serious injury Lingle is the first newspaper the Tribune pointed to be murdered since Don Mel was slain in July following his cru Continued on Page which the king desires remain apart Former Senator Talks to Bankers of six been under taken by city police and the coroners The blast was laid to a piece j Contracts Awarded of carelessness by Torris tunnel engineer for the Detroit water who said that ap parently a search was being made for an unexploded charge of Eide said that Plas day was care less in ordering so many were placed on the pro I Orvo tm i i for 4 State Improvement Jobs June were awarded for four projects and several men to work near the where the dynamite known to Tollison place gram bv the highway committee I of the state administrative was i was one of those All of the men in the vicinity board Contracts were let for 20 miles of gravel resurfacing on vtACfc vi w IWAAAiUJr t jf j of the blast were killed or from Painesdale south and others more distant the county line in were The engineer told Investi gators that 42 charges of dynar Houghton county concrete on approaches to Thornapole river mite had been placed in the tunnel headto be exploded in r and Kent relays Sunday or more failed to and it was reported to the engineer in It was then Tolli duty to look fof the un exoloded We know he did Eide because the handle ahd tracks on US127 near Devils Len awee and miles gravel resurface on On tonaeron from Bruces crossing Projects authorized concrete approaches for the were Dorrell received 654 and Anna Cuthbertson re ceived and Anna Succeeds Dorrell has served one year as trustee by appointment to fill He and Os tendorf are now elected for threeyear which begin July Returns will be cah vassed June Ostenddrf will succeed who is closing 15 years service and is now president of the board of The election of Dor rell and Ostendorf is testimoti ial to their personal Both have been identified fOfr several years with every worth while community Thefy are boosters and workers for every progressive and have the confidence of tfjg community in their integrity Continued on Page Tom Mix Daughter Elopes with Actof BEVERLY Junfe cowboy filin hero who on the screen has pursued villains many al ways with started minutes too late to pursue his eloping Ruth and was Douglas The 17yearold bride and Her actor hUsjbarM tfffe expescteft here today ffoitti Yunia where they were married Olive Stokes the girls mother arid divorced was waiting to give them her said today that she had opposed the Carriage because the yearold bridegroom had beeii of r lack hammer used rade seParation with the old married ot k GRAND June TheTeTriai was transferred to the 44th from the March when Big Elk surprised Judge Earl Pugsley in circuit court and the entire crowd by staging a spec tacular return the court had issued a warrant against t him for nonappearance and was I declaring his bond The Indian explained had annual convention of the Michi Bankers ooen Ing here this heard William Alden former United States senator and chairman of the board of the Grand Rapids Savings refer to chain banking as an interesting study but deny any Tollison i ne the spot The engineer said should have kept all the workI uTPin men not engaged in looking for 01 concrete US2 in Sault the explosive out of until it was the way iof Marie a total of 14 concrete on from been delayed in returning from j intention of praising or con i to trip to the west coast in quest aemning i of cherished Anyone can do he stand against chain banks in his first trial Big Elk At tne same time he de and stores loomed as a major i niecj violation of any statute in Iclared tnat for the good of June i of cherished as conservative republij following his calling He has cans met today to select can didates and form a platform for the fall studied herbs for 60 since he was a the business he hoped enter prising rivalry would be con tinued on a high in his address of learning the secrets handed The convention was to open down for generations from reviewed for the dele at 2 informal meetings or to of party leaders last night in The fight of the aged Red man j as n uir of the lauS dlcated Walter for the right to practice the arts reserve of nitoni banks would be nominated without of medicine man has attracted nauonai opposition to succeed statewide The colorful Governor Kohler was recently background of the eged defend acquitted of charges of violat ing ant probably has as much to do been easily impounded by With tills fls hns tlin notiirn 41i r J with this as has the i the ditures In his 1928 Green j PORTER TRUCKS PASSES recognized party was to AWAY AT SONS HOME Promptly give the keynote Fon Hl Hl d numc taine several weeks ago Issued a statement against chain j banks nnd stores and said he would bring the subject before That currency heart and soul of the repub he and could have J na1 their lawful re serve without the slightest risk of and the end i less chain would have been and automatically Shortage Found in Accounts of Cincy Concern June The Cosmopolitan Bank and Trust companv was closed today by state superintendent of after a shortage of from to was found in the hank ac counts of the Henry Doherty Cincinnati June shortage of or i more in the accounts of the i Cincinnati branch of the Henry Doherty of New York to dav was responsible for the ar rest of former dis and an Adrian to M50 and from Te cumseh to Clinton 34 mile pavement on M22 in North port miles on M21 from Port Huron west and from Port Huron south to the county but that she help make the best of The elopement became through a Mix behind in the traditional fashion before she departed Itir the Arizona line with Gilmdfe about The Mix family lawyer was informed and Ke telephoned Sheriff Hunter of Yuma county to stop tHei Hunter found tWe couple at a They dls played their certificate of mafc rlage and informed him he wal too NORMAL STUDENTS DISPLAY ATTRACTIVE NEEDS OF RURAL TEACHER TODAt the convention for considera The announcement that John June Porter Trucks of Baldwin passed away this morning at the home of his Ray Lake county prosecuting i disconnected and millions upon millions of gold FLASHES OF LIFE Bank Trust Although Shafer specifically is chnreed with embezzlement of Assistant County Prosecutor Dudley Outcalt and officials of the Dohertv firm indicated the total shortage be between and Shafer was arrested at his Seeks to Regain World Record LE Maryse pretty little French bru nette and noled as an aerial passed the halfway mark today in an airplane en durance flight by which she is seeking to regain the world rec ord recently taken from her by a young naturalized Russian Lena Madame Bastie took the air at Time and within thfr memory of many Dally when a student who could barely pass the eighth grade could secure a certificate to teach in the1 rural and a parrotlike knowledge of what the text June j books contain until very Bas recent years considered all suf home here ate Mondav shortly P m Monday night in a 4 Ultt l UUJill J M W Puehlicher Milwaukee oresI 20 vears tne family resid Juno ed on east State street in like poison as well Trucks passed away as tin cans in fact they thrive ident of the Marshall and Ilsley a nonchain had been mentioned as a can didate for secretary of gave credence to the belief a plank against chain organiza tions would be Greeting Cards for the June Bride and the Sher mans Book Art three years on after New York officials of the Doherty company had announc ed his dismissal because of ir He was released The body will be taken to the Efforts to rid the estate old home at Plymouth where Lorillard SufTern Taller of interment will be Five Kenneth and wv caused gardners to have swollen under how vastly and more varied are for the run one should step into the Mason county normal rooms today and study the Beyond Text The work reaches beyond the text books into the heart of the nations the states and the the dally civic needs of the small 40horsepower monoplane with enough gas for 40 She hopes to stav aloft until noon tomorrow in un effort to out where Na beat Bernsteins record of i Shafer according to 35 hoills46 55 into the fields and stock yards ion obtained by XiafiSrSe All weir says notes she ffiS lion company and suf has dropped from tune to and the delight of the goats was i discovered by The cost of living in Russia The herd was increased from and The ability fered heavy losses in the stock I The wwther was little gardens surrounding the Continued on Page increased 5 per last j six to 23 and the ivy disap market collapse and attempted to recoup by By the time unpaid checks and drafts were returned he SPECIAL DANCE WEDNESDAY JUNE 11 at RAINBOW GARDENS Music By CHARLIE FISCHER and his internationally known Globe Trotters Thrice Around the Dont Miss It Park Plan would cover them with other j oauers to keep his firms bank ARATOGA 1 balance it was June of 107 sweet i on the advice of his at Sirl graduates of Skidmore coli refused to lege never have been so admitted at the sen ior June Mason for four years an honor has been graduated from Brad 1 M A N I S T I Q ll j awakened and warned to Theodore was over come bv smoke and fatally burned when fire stroyed the Lupton family resi ford She is the daughter dence at 20 miels from here Other members of che Greeting Cards for every otca 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