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Carbondale Free Press (Newspaper) - June 23, 1930, Carbondale, Illinois The paper with a Quality purchasing Power for the advertiser Carbondale free press the free press gives you the big news before any 1ther paper member of the. Associated press leased wire volume 27.Carbondale, ill., monday june 23, 1930. Number 78girl slashed with knife gangster named As Slayer of Jake Lingle search begun for a red for the in murder of Tribune reporter pistol traced to Capone ally a j police believe Slayer dropped weapon to incriminate pal Chicago Juno 22�?an intensive Hunt for four fugitives was begun today in the belief that their arrest will solves the slaying of Alfred Jake Lingo Tribune reporter. Chief among those sought is James red Forsythe who police said has j been identified by witnesses As the Man who shot Lingle to death in a Michigan Avenue subway 13 Days ago and then escaped across the traffic jammed Boulevard. The others Are Frank Foster to whose ownership police assert they have traced the Short nosed pistol which the killer discarded As he fled and Simon j. Gorman and Frankie noon associates of Forsythe. The search for Forsythe confirmed reports that authorities Laid the murder to the Moran Aiello gang. Within an hour of the slaying Lieut. William Cusick and his Squadron were dispatched to the organizations Headquarters by former police commissioner William rus sell to arrest All known gunmen. Forsythe was one of the members of the Moran Aiello gang taken last december in a Laid on their head quarters in the Loop and is recognized by officials As a dangerous gunman despite the fact he is hut 24 years old. Authorities did not accuse Cor Man noun or Foster of Active participation in the murder hut insisted they could Advance valuable information. Detectives who traced the pistol said Foster had purchased it from a North Side hardware merchant a year ago. They believe he left the weapon behind when he deserted Moran and Aiello some time ago. And the killer recovered it. Following the slaying they agree the As Assin tossed the pistol aside to throw suspicion on Foster. Charles f. Hath Hun Tribune counsel who last week was appointed special prosecutor in the Lingle Case was indignant because the identities of the suspects had become known through a a leak in the police he asserted the revelation of de verb ments in the investigation meant to be strictly secret would hamper the actions of the investigators. The Herald and examiner today says the authorities expected hourly to arrest Forsythe described As one of the City so a toughest gangsters As the Slayer of Lingle. Forsythe is known to police As an associate of killers and racketeers and former member of the Capone gang under Danney Stanton Capone a South Side lieutenant. He also in known As Fawcett. Forsythe also is known to police As an intimate of Frank Foster once a member of the North Side Vilello Moran gang. In recent months however both men had changed their allegiance the Herald and examiner states. Forsythe going Over to the Aiello Moran gang and Foster going to Capone. Police believe that Fosters pistol was dropped near the body to incriminate him in revenge for his shift in allegiance. Forsythe police say. Was convicted a year ago of carrying a pistol and was sentenced to serve a year in the House of correction and to pay a Fine of $200 his picture and Ber Tillon description with fingerprints should therefore have been in the Bureau of identification. They Are not there the Herald and examiner Forsythe shaving served the jail son born to Lindbergh Southern Cross to make transatlantic hop capt. Kingsford Smith announces time of Start specialist to set or. Steagall a broken Bones leaves it. Mar Nock at 9 30 p. M. Col. A has. A. Lindbaugh and his wife Daugher of Dwight Morrow who Are made Happy by the arrival of near. Illinois Rifle Lindbergh so heir Range location born yesterday is unsettled at Morrow Home Hunter Brothers of Sparta in endurance flight trip postponed repeatedly on account of bad weather by associated press Dublin Irish free state june 23.�?reports from capt. Chaa. Kingsford Smiths Camp this afternoon stated that the Southern Cross was expected to leave fort Marnock on her trails Atlantic flight at 2 30 a. In. Tomorrow or 9 30 p. In. Eastern Standard time today. I capt. Kingsford Smith her been i waiting Here la thai two j weeks out has postponed his trip re a heatedly because of had weather f somewhere Over the Atlantic. To remain in cast in Hospital at Bellevue o., several months according to word received Here yesterday by close friends and relatives of or. Mary Steagall who was very seriously injured Iii an Auto Accident at Bellevue ohio., a week ago today an internationally known Bone specialist of Cleveland Ohio is to be in Bellevue today and set the broken Pelvis hones and put or. Steagall in a cast. She will have to remain in the cast from two to three months before Complete recovery can he obtained. The message said that or. Steagall is getting along As Well As can be expected. Or. And mrs. John r. Brown of Benton the latter a sister of Steagall Are now in Bellevue and will remain this week. Mrs. Melissa Hodge is expected to stay with her sister until she is improved. $600,000 appropriation Bill has passed Senate i Englewood n. J., june 22�?a1 i son was Horn to col. And mrs. a. Lindbergh today in a maternity Ward especially built into the Home of mrs. Lindbergh a father Amassa i by associated press i or Dwight w. Or Row in Englewood. Springfield 111., june 23�?the the Bab it weighed 7 3-4 pounds fight Over the location of the pro j the boy arrived on the 24th birth piloting a City of Chicago at sky Harbor Airport for world record press Chicago ii june 23�?the refuelling endurance flight of the a City Mother. Anne Morrow j of Chicago had its 278 hours in the regains lost sight by a ride in plane by associated press Dit Quoin 111., june 22�?walter Wyatt today claimed to he the first person to regain the sight of an Eye from an air plane ride. Eighteen years ago Watt is posed artillery Rifle Range for the j Day of his summer training of Illinois National Lindbergh. He probably will be j air Over sky Harbor Airport at 6 40 Kilt ked by a Mue a us Hist the sight guard troops which has brought Aero named Charles Augustus Lindbergh eral Hundred Northern illinoisans to the state House to protest its con striation near the City of Rockford is not yet settled judging by last weeks legislative action. A $600,000 appropriation Hill originally designed to Purchase 6,000 acres near Camp Grant has passed the Senate and is now pending in the House where an amendment is sought which would detach the acre we clause and permit the Purchase of less land for the same Price. Rep. Leroy m. Green of Rockford is one of the greatest opponents of the proposal Quot to place the Range near Rockford claiming that it would be a nuisance and danger to Farmers in that territory and would be better situated farther from Rockford on rougher and less expensive land. The Bill was turned Over to a committee for consideration last week but was immediately returned to the House without recommendation. Rep. Green has a number of amendments which he proposes to submit this week. V in recounting the history of the action looking toward the establishment of a Range rep. Green said that in 1925 the session of the general Assembly the military department asked for and received an appropriation of $196,000 to buy land adjoining Camp Grant for an artillery Range. The appropriation was passed but it was found that no adjoining land could he purchased and the appropriation lapsed into the Treasury. The military departments request for $400,000 to buy land for the Range in the Vicinity of Camp Grant was Defeated in the 1927 session. A in the 1929 rep. Green said a the military department asked for an appropriation of $1,040,000 and it passed the Senate and came Over to the House. I was again opposed to any appropriation hut the political lobby behind this proposition was very powerful and the Best that we could do was to Cut the appropriation $600,000 and place an amendment on it that we Felt would necessitate the expenditure of this Money for lands in the poor country to the a Northwest Corner of Winnebago county or else permit the appropriation to again lapse into the said. Neither is there any record of term. Both of these angles Are being investigated and every policeman who has Ever crossed a a red Forsythe a Trail has been put on the special detail which is Hunting him throughout Illinois. Record for continuous flight. At 2 40 p. In. The Hunter Brothers had exceeded by an hour their own Mark of 261 hours made last summer functioning Well the aviators were optimistic of their chances for adding to the log the 159 hours needed to shatter the 420-hour Mark of the a St. Louis the above flyers Are from Sparta. Aged minister Dies in Centralia by associated press Centralia 111., june 23 a the reverend William Riemeier 71, parochial school teacher and Evangeli Cal minister for nearly 50 years died Here yesterday. Or. Quot yes they say he resembles his father a a servant at the Morrow Home told waiting reporters. The press representatives had been waiting for months at the Gates of the Morrow estate. But no formal announcement was made there some one inside the Morrow Home telephoned the press associations the news of the arrival of a son and heir at 5 56 p. In. Or. Forties Hawks specialist of the fifth Avenue Hospital in new York City supervised the event and or. E. H. Dennen and three other spen the same plan with the motor Cia lists attended mrs. Lindbergh. No announcement of the physical condition of the Mother and child was made and it was said at the estate no statement would he issued. A Anne Morrow Lindbergh a schoolgirl poetess who wrote a sonnet to the Lone Eagle when he thrilled the world by hitting Paris on the nose in his hop from Long Island wanted to present a a neb i id to the Man who so inspired her before she Ever had seen him and whom she married in a quiet ceremony May 27 of last year. The obscure mail airman of the Spring of 1927 who flew Solo from Roosevelt Field l. I., to Lebourget France and into the gallery of world celebrities met the girl who was to become his wife when after having been feted by the Republic of France and his country he was invited to Fly to Mexico City As a Good will gesture toward the neighbouring Republic on the South. During his stay in the mexican capital he was the guest of ambassador Morrow and the idol of tens of thousands of More Beautiful women was quickly attracted to the quiet Raven haired daughter of his Diplomat Host. He made several subsequent trips to Mexico City and interested Anne and her elder teacher sister Elizabeth in flying. His courtship was marred by one air plane Accident on feb. 29, 1929, when taking Anne aloft at the mexican capital his plane lost a wheel and although Lindy made a dexterous lauding the plane turned Over and his shoulder was injured. His Fiancee was Only shaken a. In the following May the wedding was so quietly performed before a handful of relatives Aud friends that the press representatives were unaware it was going on inside the mansion. The newlyweds gave the reporters the slip motoring out a Side continued on Page six a. In. Today. To break the world rec of his right Eye last week he con Oral of 420 hours 21 minutes of the tracked with James baloney a lost. Louis a Robin Quot. Kenneth and John Cal pm lot to take him to big Hunter brother pilots of the a City of enn., where lie planned a Vaca Chicago must remain in the air unt on on the up to big Sandy a til 5 01 a. In. Next sunday. Att said today the Piot did a a few Chic ago june 22-droning even fancy loops a the nation of which by Over sky Harbor Airport the plane Estore is vision a City of Chicago carried pilots Ken. 1>hvsicians be who have exam Neth and John Hunter past their Llpyd Wyatt s eyes since his return own endurance Mark today and Pom Tennessee have pronounced it j zoomed Oil in an Effort to break the Nornia. But a l they were unable to account for the restoration sight. Of Albert Morgan is victim of heart attack stricken while doing the evening chores Albert Morgan age 53, died at i Home Southwest of Carbondale this morning about 6 00 of clock. While doing his evening chores last even ing. He took suddenly ill death being due to heart disease and it is pro Able that the heat caused the sudden illness. He leaves his wife a daughter Minnie Morgan one sister Hatti Hagler of Carbondale a half sister mrs. Helen Harrel and a half brother. Herman Jenkins. The funeral is to be held at 2 of clock wednesday afternoon and burial will he made at Oakland cemetery. Viola Holt Fedus Falls minn., victim face and body Cut by three men demanding $30,000 family threat ened with death unable to raise Money girl willing to sacrifice her life hottest Day of year Here yesterday the hottest Day of the year was experienced Here yesterday when the temperature registered 103 degrees according to prof. F. In Colyer government weather observer. Motorists sought Relief from the intense heat by driving to lakes and a country clubs. The paving on the highways leading out of the City was i damaged by buckling and bursting and the employees were called out ply the Highway department to repair broken Concrete caused by its expanding under the suns rays. May gain throne a Bobo links miniature Golf course opens at the opening of the Bobo line miniature Golf course on West Jack son Street saturday evening the management announces the prize win ners for Low scores As mrs. Lloy it Troutt and W. Charles who will receive a weeks free play starting tonight and continuing until Satur Day night. The course was crowded with play ers saturday night and is one of the most attractive in this Section. The Wixcel service station across the Street from the course furnished free parking space for autos for which the owners Are grateful. They also extend their appreciation to the Val Entine Sorgen hardware store for its Beautiful Flowers sent on the open ing night. By associated press Fedus Falls. Minn., june 23 Al found with her face and body slashed Viola Holt 18, daughter of a healthy Ottertail county Farmer told i Story of an attempt to extort $30,-000 on threat of death of members of her family. The girl who is in a Hospital today told authorities she met three men last night after she had received a note threatening the death of a her father Mother and a younger brother unless she paid the writer $30,000. While she was unable to raise the Money the girl said she would die in order to save other members of her family. Angered the Story goes the men threatened and bound her. Afterwards one of them he said slashed her across the face and body with a knife. Banks robbed in Kansas Oklahoma a Short tried in Reaa 1�?~hntn rumours have been revived throughout Rumania of the likelihood of new efforts to place Archduke Otto upon the throne of both Hungary and Austria. By associated press Kansas City mo., june 20.�? three Hanks were robbed in the Southwest at almost the same hour today the Holdup men escaped in each Case. About $2,000 was taken from the first National Bank in Towanda Kansas 25 Miles Northwest of Wichita. Mrs. Sybil Stearns cashier and a customer were forced to lie on the floor while two men rifled the vault. The first National Bank of Paden okla., was robbed of approximately $2,000 by three men who fled in a motor car after Locking the cashier and bookkeeper Iii the vault. An unmasked Man held Bank employees and customers at Hay with Ai revolver at the state Bank of Ferrelview mo., near Kansas City while he scooped up All tile lose currency and change in the Cashiers Cage. He drove away with a companion who waited outside the Bank. First meeting weather partly Cloudy probably showers somewhat cooler tonight. Tuesday mostly Cloudy. Cloudy and cooler tuesday in North and Central por Tio is. Former s. I. N. U. Student drowns in Okaw River believed a victim of stroke while swimming with friends Roland Eise 23, Collinsville drowned in the Okaw River at Venedy station near Belleville while on an Outing with a party of friends yesterday afternoon. Eise said to he a Good swimmer went Down so suddenly physicians believe he suffered a heart stroke while swimming. Several friends dived in an attempt to Rescue him but were unable to find him. The body did not come to the surface until after he was dead. Eise lived with his sister mrs. Alvin Allen in Collinsville. The body was returned last night to Nashville where his parents or. And mrs. H. O. Eise live. He Al amp of is survived by a brother Harold and two other Sisters Helen and Thelma of Nashville. Eise attended school Here at the teachers College last year and played trombone in the s. I. N. It. Band. At the Homecoming Celebration Here last november he played in the s. I. N. U. Band in the Parade. St. Louis ans swelter in heat wave Relief is seen in the weather predictions for District associated in Ress i Hnton la Malcolm p. Hanson radio operator on the Byrd expedition Taw hit boy for the first time when the explorers returned to new York. By associated press St. Louis mo., june 23�?showers and cooler weather were in Prospect today after Missouri had sheltered under a record breaking temperature today. A temperature of 101.4 at 2 30 p. I. Yesterday was the highest since that of 103 degrees on september 5, 1928. Centralia 111., june 23�?a moderately Strong Westerly Breeze brought Promise of Relief to this City which yesterday experienced one of the most torrid Days on record with a temperature of 106 shortly after 4 p. In. Today the temperature regained at 96. Fred Blackburn Marion county farm adviser stated that the wheat had not been damaged by the severe heat and although the Corn is twisted it has not been damaged

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