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   Ludington Daily News (Newspaper) - October 8, 1930, Ludington, Michigan                                DAILY NEWS VOLUME THE DAILY OCTOBER PRICE THREE CENff f ISonSaves Family From Fathers Murderous Rage Slugging Macks World Champs Score Is 7 to 1 Final score H E I 5 1 Athletics 7 7 0 FOR CIRCUIT COURT THEFT WIND AND RAIN RATTLE WINDOWS EEfflLY AS FARMER IS CHARGED WITH SORCERY the wonderful pitching of big George Connie Macks Athletics today won their second successive worlds baseball crushing the Louis 7 to in the sixth It gave the As the four games to The Athletics hammered the offerings of Wild Bill Halla their previous conqueror as well as the pitching his Sylvester Johnson and Jim with the most sustained and spectacular batting attack of the worlds The worlds champions made their seven hits count for as many runs as they went on a nmpage and quickly settled the L issue that had been so hard fought and close up to By BRIAN Associated Press Snorts SHTHE Cnrdlnals Douthlt Ktruck swinging nt the third Adams rolledto Foxx and WHS out Strike Wntklns struck out hnrti nt the third FIRST Athletics Bishop lifted o fly to FrUch near icconcl Dykes was given a hlg Dykes rirhranc hit to risrht field and Cachrnne to It wsri a Wntklns was charged with on error when the ball rolled through Simmons struck out swinging hard at the third strike Foxx was Foxx fouled the third Hallahan let it Foxx Cochrane scored on Millers double to Foxx to Wntklns made a great play to hold the ball to a Moore lilted a fly to on the first pitched SECOND Cardinals frlsob filed to who i rimniiiR ctitch In deep Hftfey Hfted a high tly to Simmons in Bottomley struck swinging at the third It was his ninth strikpotit of tho SECOND Athletics Botay rolled to Colbert and was thrown oxit to Eanshnw was struck out BWlmtlnK nt a fnst Ball hit Bishop on the arm and he took first Hnllnhan threw 10 first but Bishop Flopped Bishop went to second when Wileon let the ball get walked for the second fouled to Adams rnn nunrly to the stands to make the THIRD Cardinals Wilson grounded to Dykes and was thrown out to Oelbori was rhcorcd Gilbert filed to Simmons In Fisher latted for Fisher hit to left field for two Douthlt hit a roller to Boley and was j wciit down to Athletics bull pen ns the Inning Sylvester Johnson went In to pitch for the THIRD Athletics Simmons hit Into left field lor 5 homo The ball landed hlh in the uppsr Foxx tiled to Frisch who ran into right field for the Miller Into left field for two It was his second two base hit of the Moore struck out swinging nt th third Continued on Page Menyhart Had Employed Him to Re pair Tractor in Raymond Deliert was bound to circuit court without bond by Justice Tower Tuesday af ternoon after he had waived examination before him on a charge of larceny in the night The charge resulted from theft of worth of cigarets from Plumb Nelson Deliert was taken to the coun ty jail to await opening of cir cuit court Monday at which time he will answer to the charge before Judge Hal Cut Owned by Local LONGWOHTII GIVES HUMOROUS ANGLE ON SAYS WILL Ludington Daily BEVERLY used to try to get what I thought would be some funny political angles over the and it was awful but last night along came my old friend Nick Longworth on the air and hit on a humorous angle that 1 had never thought of and I bet none of you had He blamed the demo cratic party for the finan cial depression that is en veloping the Its really the biggest adver tisement that the demo cratic party has ever if they was that important they wouldnt be they would all be But it was a new reason at Did you ever there has never been a year when alibis WILL ROGERS Stearns Chairman of Roll Call Campaign Some Aides Three thousand dollars is the goal set in the Red Cross Roll Call campaign about to be launched under the leadership of roll call This was decided Tuesday evening at a meeting of Red Crosfr directors and interested workers Stearns to perfect plans for the Despite the rain nearly all the members of board of directors and several others were pres Chairmen Are Chairmen for nearly all of the city districts were appointed and names suggested for chair men in the Next Sunday will be Red Cross day in the churches and William Opitz of Johns Lutheran church undertook to speak with the clergymen of Ludington and the outlying Continued on Page Auctioneers Hammer Knocks Town Off Map village of Hickman was knocked off the map Tuesday with an auctioneers Four bidders stood in the rain and paid for what was left of old Peter Hickmans dream of a community More enterprising neighborhood towns lured to themselves the trade and commerce that once was In 1880 Hickmans upward curve Peter Hickman and his sons trekked from Dela ware to the site in Iroquois county and took up all the land in the The Chicago Central Illinois railroad built a branch from Cissna Junction and Hickman became the larg est grainshipping point in that part of the With the turn of the century the down curve set Oth er towns which sprang up cap tured some of its profitable rural Grain shipping fell The railroad discon tinued in Hard roads aiding travel to more populous centers gave the final Only a a tho post office and two small buildings were left for the auctioneers customers Helen Reimer of Mil a connection of the Hick i man family by owned what had been the center of the and it was she who put it up at Proof that one animal may catch warts from another has been obtained by a nathologist of the United States department of Menyhart Szabo of 303 south street is owner of the farm on which the cigarets were by officers He was amazed at the develop ment when informed by officers No one has lived on my farm for 18 said Szabo to The The house is a log affair the barn is not I live in Ludington and go out to the farm and do some work at Early last spring I employed Deliert to overhaul a tractor at the He is a kind of The work took two Continued on Page Women Are Not Worst Car Says Traffic Chief Kreml Gels Vasi Num ber of Pan Letters He Com pliments Fair are positively not the worlds worst drivers of auto and Frank traf fic chief of the Evanston police wants this distinct ly Kreml was quoted last week as making certaih uncom plimentary statements concern ing the ability of women to direct an automobile in the way it should He was ap said the accounts at that at the traffic accidents in which women fig and therefore he proposed to open a school for women Defends Ability of But today Kreml defended in determined tones the courage and native mo tordriving ability of The amount of fan or mail he has received from all over the country use a mild has been tell the said was day for witches and Rain pelted the windows of the municipal court room in which a member of the state board of medical examiners lis tened to charges of sorcery against Henry 64yearold German Wind Rattles His Herman her family and whom Dorn blamed for the tales of sorcery and huddled on a while the barges helped the single bench in the little courtj crew of 24 lighten some of the The wind and j tons of steel in an at Freighter Is Ashore Mile Off tug Welcome and two derrick barges today aided the freighter agrpund on the rock in Lake Michigan a mile out from a The tug fastened tow rattled the windows They glanced uneasily at old sitting his long chin resting on the handle of a cane clutched between lean Occasional whispering Harry assistant district and Walter Drews of the state board of medical ex aminers conducted the They expressed themselves to day as convinced that the if charges of sorcery against Dorn j were without These charges were that by the strange power witches and wizards are presumed to have Dorn caused cows to become apples to rot on trees and hens to cease laying i Placed Curse on j He had placed a the charges on growing crops and long spells of sickness had come to the home of his In continuing the hearing to Fox and Drews said that while satisfied that the hex stories were foundationless as concerned they Fox and Drews were curious to hear more of the part Herman a may have They sought to determine whether Englehardt practiced medicine without a tempt to refloat the Additional taken out by the were ready to meet any additional surge of water into the hold when the ship is pulled from the Should the pumps seamen planned to work padding down over the beam so water pressure would it into the broken or OGLE SCOUT 27TH TOGET Is Junior Assistant Scout master of 5 of Methodist Bruce Craft and Arthur Tow er Are Given Eagle Palms by Court of Wilbur son of and William Hall of 609 north Rath won the coveted eagle scout badge at a meeting of the Ludington court of honor at scout1 off ice Tuesday He is the 27th in Pere Marquette council who has won the attainment of which requires intensive application to Severs Eyeball of Wife She II Survive Hurts Speakers Prove Inspiring Presenting Instructive and Interesting By MAUDE Teachers returning from Dis trict five of the Michigan Edu cational association meeting at Manistee bring reports of in teresting and instructive pro A cordial reception was extended them by the people of Dornsaid Englehardt treated Manistee and every comfort and him several times for an ailconvenience was provided them Once there was a farm by Superintendent Klager and house and Dorn said the spiritualist accused him of reading black books and prac ticing evil FLASHES OF LIFE I didnt mean to imply that women are to blame for most of the automobile Quite to the Sixty per of the drivers in Evanston are women and only seven per of the accidents are caused by Just think of that It means that 93 per of the accidents are caused by men A staggering figure The ladies are to be compli and I hereby compli ment 1 Says Women Wanted The school for women driv ers wasnt started because of any lack of feminine ability to it was because of popular the women being eager and anxious to learn how to drive better than they already It was mighty nice of Kreml to say doubt less it will greatly reduce his NEW Whats the reason for fewer folks playing the piano now adays Radio No Auto Back from Ignacej Jan Paderewski broadcasts It is the automobile whose pernicious and dangerous com petition has caused untold thousands to abandon musical practice for the It is now the habit of those who formerly gained inspiration from the keyboard or strings to enjoy the intoxication of swift WHITE Isabel Mitchell of Mount who is seeking cruel to her he COME AND PLAY PIT Hudson First Church October 9 Admission NOTICE This Store Will Be Open THURSDAY EVENING UNTIL 9 MONTGOMERY WARD THE For Ludington and vi cinity Unsettled tonight and probably occasional showers not much change in temper ature southeast or south NOTICE TOMORROW will be the last day for payment of 1930 City Tax without Maud City threatened to sell his two big the committee hi charge of lo cal An interivew with Haw ley brought out the following facts Education for Samuel Hume of who had as the Training for said edu cation in the past has been di rected entirely towards ways and means of best gaining livelihood and employing ones time and talents to the best ad i he since Continued on Page Ksticiif f7Exhibit Enlivens Party of Doug and Mary fisticuffs exhibition be tween Ernst promin ent motion picture and Hans film which enlivened a ball given by Doug las Fairbanks and Mary Pick ford here Saturday ap parently had reached the sim mering stage Lubitsch and once if Troop sponsored by First Methodist Episcopal Two Eagle Palms Two eagle palms were allowed by the court of Bruce Craft won his gold palm and Ar thur Tower his bronze Both scouts are of Troop sponsored by Community Scout lite guard awards were granted to Oberhugh Fred Upthegrove and Arthur Scout Harry Gosling of Troop 1 won his star scout Nine scouts won merit They were Wilbur camping and life saving Shirley first aid Arthur scholarship Bruce Craft reading and elec tricity Arthur reptile study Harry handi craft Lyman cook ing Charles carpentry Walter leathercraft and Gets First Class Louis Kupper won his first class badge and Arnold second class Members of the court of honor in attendance were John Otto Starke and Robert scout Wants Shoe So He Kills Woman Venting a murderous rage upon his whom he dragged by the hair Tuesday night while striking with a double bitted Mike Lithuanian farmer near was prevented from carrying out his avowed intention or killing his whole family only by timely intervention of His 20yearold who disarmed Two other and Benny to secrete their unconscious mother during the fathers temporary ostensibly in search of another Wife Loies Sight of One Julia victim of the brutal is in Paulina pletely severed her left eyeball in but although she wijll lose the sight of that eye it is barring that she will President Condemns Non Voter as Abandonment of Self Hoover re turned to Washington this completing his speaking HOOVER SPECIAL to Hoover JPUF neyed homeward tired but contehtect accorded him in the southland which climaxed the most stren uous speaking tour undertaken theTamily7fiv7werrii since his I home last including Enroute to the national capi tal from Kings Mountain in the Carolinas where he made his fourth address in six days yes the president last night found hiding in his was arrested by SherflBC George Colyer last night is held in county He may be arrainged this whom the sheriff as serts was under the influence 6f liquor when made Sri attempt to get with the He used offensive lattgr uage and made some show ttf resistance but was loaded IngS the car and brought to Ludirigf ton without force being i Just what started it seems t be a even to head swathed responded weakly questioning this Wife Tells of Hes always like told The Four or five1 days now he tells me hell kill and hits me many times He says Til chop you when I get a f The story told by oldest is There are eight C in 1928 and appeared with Hoover on the rear GLEN 8 JP yielded to requests for nearly McClav nalf a dozen stops of his tram 18yearold negro inmate of of the four states of the Glen Mills school for boys was solld south that gave him a held prisoner at un unnamed j place today as the confessed slayer of Vida a matron at the institution which houses between 600 and 700 The attractive housemother was found dead in her bedroom Friday with 38 stab wounds in her after his confession to Major super Anna aha Baby the latter only ra year The family has livejil for years on the farm south arifl east of Holmes Sheridan rw At last Benny told Sheriff he was the house with the younsjejr children and his parents in the Suddenly platform to greet the crowds heard his mother Opeti Continued on Page awaiting Hears Strikers m Tk IT j At he asI n KlirV VlPTllTIC sumed the role of humble AU T listener while a textile in working told him of the textile strike in that city and heard the president repeat intendent of the school district Continued on page Attorney William MaoCarter i of Dirigible Crash in Single Gravf prisonment at Mac Carters or a possible Mitchell weighs There are more female voters in England and Wales than In London male electors i opera performance Tuesday night and acquaintances said many glares were Hits Former Helene di vorced wife of the ac companied Kraly to the It was Lubitsch who ended the Saturday encounter between her former husband and Kraly COLORADO with a resounding open handed parachute arrived at the airport looking like he had landed in a I ran over a thoroughbred police dog and Im afraid he is going the lacerated jumper I captured him and put him in my went to the aid of the injured but sud denly Donohues police dog was a full grown prairie NEW on petition of coeds smoking has been forbidden as a nui sance in the girls social hall of the Washington Square branch of New York London the odds arc 100 to that telephone users get the right Outside of London the odds are 100 to The figures were given in a speech here by ard is serving 90 days in the county jail through an inadvertent desire to obtain a nights Jersey asked for lodging and was admitted to While there he was recognized trolman Under questioning he conies blow to Lubitschs She accused the director of jealousy and said he did not want her to have other men pay attention to confirming reports of the said he struck Kraly because the writer and Lubitsch taunted him and ridiculed his Kraly declared I dont know what it is all He de nied he had broken up Lu bitschs as the director Not Sure If Shell Wed Commenting on reports that she and Kraly would be married some time in the Lubitsch said she was not sure that she would wed the fllm declaring only time will Lubitsehs divorce was in Revenge Robares an instructor at the for a and a plan to steal her keys so that he might obtain a bottle of shoe polish from a locked were motives for the Wil liams confession He went to the Robare home r to Watch Break Grid Truce Rogers would like to join the rest of the Cherokees Friday in watching Haskell institute break a football trace of nearly three decades with the Univer sity of The cowboy humorist will miss of the 47 victims of the cr and destruction of the R101 lay today covered wfM Union Jacks and flowers in tfte Westminister mortuary i awaiting the final honors ot their nation before burial in a common It was not until that the last of the coffins ranged side by side in the litttfl chapel after a trip through mil ty streets from Victoria where Prime Minister Mac Dop when no one was there but the game and twoday powpow members of the govern Q A 11 w i i i a School He took an icepick to open the then saw Robare in her bedroom She ordered him away and he attacked her with he Robare was in City Fathers to Let Mayor Run Pittsfield Pittsfield city council went on a strike The city fathers did not ask more money or shorter What they did want was the discharge of Police Chief Jeff Until he is they informed Mayor Herbert not one bill would be No specific charges were made against the couneilmen merely saying he was not the man for the of the tribesmen here because military representatives moviemaking and a great throng of spectators Hows your football team i aefc thei as they arrived front Rogers asked officials of Has a government Indian in a telegram Thats about all there is in col leges But anyhow us Injuns has got to stick I n m I still got hopes of us getting fu th palace of Westminister which now is used to house Arranger ments are being made for greajjj crowds to pass their The public will not be admit ted view the remains of 1J victims of the dirigible until when they will in back the country some The republicans cant make a living on MOTHER OF EMIL GRAMS PASSES AWAY AT IONIA Emil 106 north Ferry A memorial service will be held Friday at Pauls cathed with the Prince of Wales presenting King aM members of the government has been called to Ionia j by the death of his interment will take place in John aged a singie to be marked Grams passed away at j with an appropriate monument oclock this the j pr0bably at Satur message the foriu of an de wants to run tne city said Alderman Ju sed to the theft of a bicycle a mail granted two months also married said he expected any time to receive word from Berlin that his from whom he has been separated seven has obtained a divorce from Lubitsch asserted Lu bitsch had told him she and Kraly intended to be I shall send them a mar velous wedding the di rector I hope they are married 100 He de serves Many other drinks seem to have a paralyzing lius so we have decided to let him run it and see how long he can make the grade with no way to pay the Salvation Army to Captain Bertha Gilbert and Lieutenant Margaret of ficers in charge of the local Salvation announce a special meeting of the organiza tion at 8 oclock this Adjutant Turner of Grand Rap divisional will have full charge of the j Vanishing Americana The I when the time comes to pay the ones who bumped off Rothstein and LYRIC Tonight and Tomorrow U I Double Feature SINS OF THE CHILDREN Kirds leave the children the home though hearts And SWEET KITTY BELL AIRS The exploits of historys most alluring woman in brilliant setting of gorgeous Matinee tomorrow at Admission IQe and 4Qe First evening show will start at   

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