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Berkeley Daily Gazette (Newspaper) - June 23, 1930, Berkeley, California A clean newspaper All the Berkeley news United press leased wire Central press association news pictures and features. Sykes cartoons. Berkeley daily Gazette b8botjcy \ a Etty of be Zaufal Bones Sassy is lug fees by Ost tet " the site of the intr entry a a established 1877. Twelve pages Berkeley California monday evening june 23, 1930 twelve pages Charles picked As name of s son Englewood n. J., june 23.-"Charles," it was understood today is the name selected for the son born sunday to or. And mrs. Charles Augustus Lindbergh. What the Middle name of the famed aviator s child would be was not revealed. Lindbergh went to new York today to Greet at a hotel rear Admiral Richard e. Byrd who arrived from Winchester va., Byrd extended congratulations on the baby s birth and Lindbergh replied with congratulations on Byrd s latest exploring ache vents. A Rumor had it this afternoon that mrs. Lindbergh was insisting on Charles Augustus and Lindbergh was holding out for Charles or. And mrs. Morrow it was said were not participating in the discussion. Has Black i Lair the. World s most famous baby weighs 7% pounds has Blue eyes and curly hair. The son who was born yesterday afternoon to col. And mrs. Charles a Lindbergh May get two More name today. When the christening is Over he is Likely to be known to the world either As Charles Augustus Lindbergh of jr., or Dwight Morrow Lindbergh the latter in Honor of his Grandfather. Mrs. Anne Morrow Lindbergh gave birth to the child at 3 15 p. M. Yesterday her 24th birthday in the Morrow Home Here a White House on a Hill where she herself was born. One Wing of the mansion had been converted into a Hospital where the nurse and two specialists who attended mrs. Lindbergh found every facility available. Today mrs. Lindbergh and the child were reported to be doing nicely. Seldom has the birth of a child been surrounded by such secrecy. Reporters who waited at the Gate of the Morrow Home were unaware of the Mother on 24th birthday naval treaty advocated in report mrs. Anne Morrow Lindbergh mrs. Moody defends Wimbledon laurels skies. The weather was warm with a freshening wind. _ or. Daniel Prenn of Germany de arrival of the boy until More than Jfe ated Guy Jameson of great Britain two hours after the event. Inside i9"7 6-0, 6-1. The Home however the news was be i _ c a Malfroy second ranking new by Wallace Carroll United press staff correspondent Wimbledon eng., june 23 Wilmer Allison of Austin tex., Defeated Edward Moon australian Champion in the first round of the British Tennis championships today 6-1, 6-3, 6-3. Moon was seeded at no. 8. Berkeley Bell also of Austin tex., won Over the English player a. W. Vinall 5-7, 6-4,6-3, 6-1. Today s play was held under Cloudy by Lyle c. Wilson United press staff correspondent Washington june 23.-the London naval treaty moved a step nearer ratification today when the Senate foreign relations committee voted a favourable report on the document. The vote was 16 to 4 for the treaty. Today s vote ended a six weeks fight by a handful of committee opponents who sought to forestall favourable action. The treaty now May be formally reported to the Senate at any time to await the extra session at which it will be considered. Senator Johnson California Moses new Hampshire and Robinson Indiana All republicans and Shipstead Farmer labor Minnesota voted against the favourable report. Chairman Borah announced he expected to report the committee s action to the Senate today in the form of a Resolution in favor of ratification. He said there would be two or perhaps More minority reports explaining that All senators voting against the treaty reserved the right to submit their views. Minority to report Johnson said his minority report was not ready. It will be directed against the treaty As a whole. Ship Stead explained he has prepared a minority report objecting to consideration to the treaty until president Hoover permits the Senate to have All the related papers. Borah said the question of some of the secret documents was not closed. He returned to the papers supplied the committee by Secretary of state Stimson which the Secretary said in a letter saturday could not be made Public. Borah said the committee might decide to make those papers Public. I hardly think it would be practicable he declared to consider the 6000 chinese nationalists Are captured by United press piping june 23.-capture of 6000 government troops and the Pursuit of the troops of Chiang Kai Shek to the southeastward was announced today by marshal Fengyu Hula fee co Leader of the Northern troops at help Long. The Northern troops engaged the banking governments armies Lri a three Day Battle marshal Feng s communique said. Marshal Feng the so called Christian general said his troops had trapped the forces of Chiang head of the banking government who had an army of 30,000 men. Chiang had sent his men out to Cut off the withdrawal of the Northern armies but they were Cut to pieces when trapped the communique said. The fighting in the Honan province de tween the arabs and jews in pales Region has been Sharp recently the j to sat today for the first time Northern rebel forces under Feng and j run in a i.i-. Y afternoon Stuart Dunlap 30, of sb14 warring Street received  to edited ankle. Paul Dunlap 22, Del str of the machine told police that be mis parking the Auto in front of is Hymna and failed to see his brother Stu Page near the curbing. Thrown from his motorcycle Irnen the front Axle broke As he was old Mac on san Pablo Avenue fat rms saw Street saturday evening Robert to. Belt 20, of 1821 Che taut Street Oakland was stunned and received minor bruises. He was treated at we of repro elves 1jickey _ can Stop j at Phila. 1st game . Chicago .000 010 000-1 5 Philadelphia .000 001 lox-2 8 0 batteries Faber and Berg Grove and Cochrane. I Mitchell selects new dry director _ a United Preis at Philadelphia . Washington june 23.-appoint is a 060 300 9r10 e0 ment ot1philadelphia .304 303 04x-17 20 2 cock new states d act Ala batteries Henry Thomas Weiland Torney at Baltimore As a Alecto i of and Tate Mahaffey and Cochrane. The a up pm was announced today i at Boston apm to. Ass a sons a i Jufer 1 the prohibition invest la btst0" a a a 000 02r2 a tic staff is transferred from the men in dts Vest &. Washington june 23.-the War department approved today the application of Alameda Airport inc., Alameda calif., for permission to construct a yacht Harbor in san Francisco Bay near the outer end i of Alameda mole. The work includes dredging of the yacht Harbor construction of two i wooden breakwaters filling of the area i shoreward and mooring of a steel vessel to be used As a clubhouse. Three men were taken in custody Early this morning when residents in the Vicinity of Virginia Street and Shattuck Avenue complained to police. Those arrested Jerry o Gora Man 42, of 1710 Grant Street Kmil Braumiller 24, of Albany and Tony George Mello 25, of 1816% fifth Street Are to be arraigned late today before judge Youngs for Possession of liquor police report. A Berkeley Bank Cleanos c Bank Clexx Lars recorded today at tha Berkeley Clearing House association Weff j485.25c. I youths arrested in stolen Auto a becoming suspicious of a parked automobile at the Alameda and los Angeles Avenue Early yesterday morning patrolman j. H. Chavez investigated and found two youths asleep in the rear 6eat, a loaded pistol lying in the front seat and evidence that the machine had been stolen. Further investigation revealed that the car had been stolen from prank l. Doty 4621 Park Boulevard Oakland. The two youths whose names Are being withheld by police Are be. Ing held in the county detention Home. Local Teanye at Bxs local temperature Lortta p. Ending at 8 a. M. Today As the University. Of California station were a Moxum Psi Char weather Man prances co Bay b Tot tool she Antt re winds. Northern tuesday with _ Erate Northwest. Mal temp avatar

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