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Carroll Daily Herald (Newspaper) - June 23, 1930, Carroll, Iowa Buy or sell through Herald classified ads Carroll daily Herald six pages the Only daily newspaper in an Inland Empire of eight counties Carroll Iowa monday june 2 1930. Iowa weather Thunder showers this afternoon or Early tomorrow. Cooler tonight tuesday. Generally fair. Cooler in East portion. Vol. 184.six iowans die in week end Accident toll new contracts to bring paving to 1,000 Miles state to Lei contracts this week to bring total Over 1,000 Miles As new York welcomes Byrd six Milo strip Rill tined for primary no. To in Audubon county South of Exira Ames Iowa june 23�?a�?T \4forty-one Miles of paving bringer ing the total constructed under i construction or contracts for com j Cletion this year to More than j 1,000 Miles will be contracted for by the state Highway commission this week. Contractors bids on the projects the largest portion of which is in Hancock Linn and Monroe counties will be opened by the commission at its Semi monthly meeting tomorrow. Although the commission plans to add by autumn 1,000 Miles of paving to the 2,317 in use before construction started this Spring it probably will contract for mileage considerably in excess of that. It does not expect that the 200 contractors who have the task of Lay ing the Concrete will Complete much More than the allotted 1,000 1 Miles unless weather conditions Are extremely favourable. 250 Miles completed already the commission has an j bounced about 250 Miles of new paving has been finished this expects the total to be close to j 400 by the fourth of july and be-1 tween 600 and 700 by the time of the state fair August 20 to 29. J the projects on which contract i tors will submit bids tomorrow include a 13.731 mile stretch on Pri j Mary no. 13 from the Junction with no. 61 to Central City in Linn county and 0.276 Mies of no. 161 South of Cedar rapids at the Northwestern Railroad overhead is crossing. No in Monroe county the commis Mon will receive bids for paving wo.06 Miles on no. 6 from Albia Forth to Lovilia. The Hancock county project is for paving 9.845 Miles of primary no. 15 from Garner South. In Audubon project in Johnson county is for paving 0.617 Miles on no. 161 near the Curtiss Bridge North of Iowa City. Graveling planned Graveling of 32.07 Miles of primary roads in Harrison and Plymouth counties also will be considered at tuesdays meeting. All of this except 1.07 Miles on u. S. 39 j East of Logan is in Plymouth county where the commission plans to gravel 18 Miles of no. 29 from the Junction with no. 5 South to the Woodbury county line and 13 Miles of no. 5 from be Mars j East. Both the Plymouth county j projects involve the laying of Sec-1 cd course gravel. More than fifty Miles of Road in Washington. June 23 v pc seven counties will be placed in pita warnings of an impending the hands of grading contractors much of it being slated for paving later. In Cass county 19.757 Miles of no. 2 from the Adair county line through Massena West. Will be contracted for. The other projects Are for 10.319 Miles of no. 3 in Decatur county from the Ringgold j be their a Lopes of enacting a county line East through Decatur j suitable to president 12 Miles of no. 149 in North j Hoover upon a substitute a in pillows county 1.324 Miles j by senator Reed of Penn of no. 149 Southwest of Nort Sylvania. English in Keokuk county 6.334 p a today on the pending Miles of no. 2 from the Marion j county line cast toward Oskaloosa in Mahaka county 3.381 Miles of resembling the Antarctic snows from which they had returned was this White storm of ticker tape and confetti which greeted rear Admiral Byrd and his party of explorers As they paraded up Broadway to receive new Yorkus tumultuous Welcome. Admiral Byrd and Grover Whalen chairman of the mayors welcoming committee Are in the first car. Note the paper littered pavement and the dense crowds that packed the sidewalks and the balconies of buildings. It was Broadways third and biggest Welcome to Byrd the trans Atlantic flyer and conquer of both poles. I local Tollers defeat Odebolt at inter City tournament at c Arroll Carroll golfers continued their i string of victories in inter City tournaments when they Defeated Odebolt Here yesterday 37 to 28. The match was exceedingly close and was riot decided until the last fore some reported to the tournament committee. Hatton Light shot the Best medal score of the afternoon with a 39 and 38 for a total of 77 for the eighteen holes. E. Rex was the Low medallist for the visitors with a 39 and 40 or 79 for the eighteen holes. Following the match mrs. Roberts served a golfers lunch to the visitors and the local players who took part in the match. Twenty five players represented Odebolt. A supper tournament will be held at the local dub tomorrow night. Play will be in forc Somes and reservations should he made with the tournament committee. Lindbergh Are parents of boy born yesterday no name is be selected for son of famous aviator guests Iii Morrow Home Tea Ware of event i Nti after they have i Eft Englewood n. J., june 23 in col. And mrs. Charles a Ivind Bergh Ore the parents of a son. The baby weighing 7�?�% pounds j was Horn at 1.15 p. Rn., e. S. I yesterday in the Home where his Mother the former Anne Morrow was Horn. She became a Mother i on her Twenty fourth birthday. No announcement made aside from the statement of the baby a birth and his weight no details of the event were forthcoming from the household of mrs Lindbergh a parents ambassador and mrs. Dwight w. Morrow except the statement that Mother and baby were resting comfortably. A name had not been annoy mood for the new arrival but Charles a Lindbergh or. For his lather or Dwight Morrow Lindbergh after his Grandfather were mentioned As probable choices guests unaware of event the arrival of messengers trooping up the drive to the House was the Only sign about the Morrow Home to indicate that so momentous event had taken place As the birth of a Young Lindbergh. There were even persons within the House at the time who did not learn of the birth until they left and wore informed by outsiders. Among those were mayor c. P. Kitchen of Englewood and Daniel Pomeroy Republican National committeeman who had called on ambassador Morrow. A i am a bit surprised Quot mayor Kitchen said a for i left ambassador Morrow after 5 of clock and he never said a word about it. Come to think of it a gentleman passed me in a bit of a hurry while i was in the House but he talk to me. He must have been the doctor a. Hoover veto of pension measure seen at capital believe Senate will pass Bill Over opposition of president aged resident of Carroll Dies suddenly today mrs. George Gross 83 years old succumbs Early this morning mrs. George Gross died suddenly this morning at 5 30 in her Home on North Maple Street at the age of 83 years. Her death was a Surprise and Shock to her relatives. She had not been Well for about six months and spent four months in St. Anthony Hospital returning to her Home March i. She was Able to be about the House and last night ate her supper As usual and retired. This morning she arose # j Early to prepare for communion nearly 2,000 Register Jand her son John Gross hearing Many Farmers visit Ames on county Tours presidential veto the Senate today approached u vote on the world War veterans compensation Dill with its sponsors confident of enough votes for passage. Administration leaders however declined to admit defeat and pin i uni no first week of 1930 Tours Ames Iowa june 23�?ip�? nearly 2,000 Farmers from 28 counties participants in the annual tour. To Iowa state College conducted throughout the summer by the farm Bureau visited the College during the first week of the Tours. Grant Chapman supervisor of Wales celebrates his thirty sixth birthday in quiet fashion today London june 23 a in a the Prince of Wales Britain s Bachelor heir celebrated his 36th birthday today quietly. He spent the morning at his country residence fort Belvedere and in the afternoon he drove to Buckingham Palace to meet King George and Queen Mary who arrived from Windsor to convey their congratulations with those of other members of the Royal family. Her moving at 5 30, we ent in to her room just As she dropped to the floor. She died immediately. Funeral services will be held thursday morning at 9 o clock in is Peter and Paul a Church. Solemn requiem High mass will be celebrated by her Nephew the Rev father o. A. Dettlinger of Sac City and burial will be made in the is Peter and Paul a cemetery. Born in 1847 Genevieve Dettlinger was born a red Forsythe is hunted for seen at capital former City Hall employee is object of wide search by police the county Tours. Estimated that i m Wittenberg Germany Jan 4. 190 per cent of the Farmers had1847 and her Mother died when j never visited the agricultural col i Sho was but six year of �8e the Liege before. Thirty two other ear a Day i of her if wer0 filled county farm Bureau plan to bring no. 2 from the Mahaska county line West in Marion county 8 367 Miles of no. 66 from the Junction with no. 65 North to Humeston in Wayne county and 1.76 Miles in the Palisades Keplar state Park in Linn county. Contracts for Bridge and Culvert work will be let for Audubon Cass Crawford Guthrie Mahaska Marion and Page counties. Publish marriage banns. Bans for the Marriga of miss Eva Fitzsenry and Harry Hulsing of Heron Lake Minn. Were published yesterday morning in St. Joseph s Church. Rev. Henry c. Schneider leaves for storm Lake to conduct conference measure was assured by an Imam Mons consent agreement entered into last week. It. Had already been passed by the House and with the Senate voting its approval it would go to conference As it was considerably modified by the sen the Rev. Henry c. Schneider ate committee. Pastor of the presbyterian Church in vigorous fashion president left this morning for storm Lake Hoover set Forth his objections to where he is one of the instructors the Bill in a letter to senator wat j at the Young Peoples conference son the Republican Leader which j which is in session Al Buena Vista was Given out at the Whitehouse for publication today. He criticised the measure As a unsound and opposed to the Best interests of the veterans themselves. He warned that its enactment would probably necessitate in others will decide later to make a similar trip. Worth and Winnebago county Farmers visited the College on saturday while sunday Farmers from App noose Davis Harrison Muscatine and Louisa counties arrived to spend monday and tuesday inspecting the College facilities. With hardships especially during the War of 1870 and in 1872 her lather John Dettlinger with Genevieve who was the oldest of the family Hor sister. Amelia and two Brothers Frank and John Dett linger sailed for the United states and settled in Bureau county in Illinois. She we As married to Mathias Chicago june 23�?ip�?james a a red a Forsythe gun Toter and former City Hall employee was hunted As the Man who killed a a Jake a Lingle Tribune reporter Forsythe whom judge John Lyle a year ago characterized As a a potential killer Quot is under a years jail sentence for carrying concealed weapons. The sentence recently was affirmed by the appellate court. Judge Lyle recalled today that there had in much political activity in Forsythe a behalf at the time of the latter a trial on tho gun carrying charge. A this Forsythe friends among the politicians almost ran me to death to vacate the sentence a a judge Lyle said. A i would not do it a. Forsythe the police recalled Jefferson woman will celebrate 100th birthday mrs. Mary Dolan will touch Century Mark tomorrow miss Mary Dolan of Jefferson. One of the oldest inhabitants in this part of the country will celebrate her one Hundredth birthday tomorrow and in Honor of the occasion one of the councilman has arranged for a Celebration to be held in the City Park. There will be speeches and songs beginning at 2 of clock and the Rev. Father Murphy of St. Josephus Church at Jefferson will be the principal speaker. Mrs. Dolan was born in Ireland. June 2 4, 1830 and came to the United states at the age of 19. She located in Greene county near Jefferson in the fall of 1862 where she lived for 46 years on a farm four drowned in attempts to seek Relief from heat automobile crashes slay two plane crashes injures two passengers sudden wave of hot weather blamed for increased deaths saturday and sunday by Atto Cutty Prato week end accidents in Iowa were fatal to six Persona. Thirteen others were injured three of them seriously. Automobile crashes claimed two lives and caused injuries to to. A falling plane trapped two both of whom were injured. Four drowned when they sought to escape the heat wave by going swimming. Killed in automobile accidents Leona Roberts. 19, Fairfield. W. Rowe Cherokee. Drowned William Schribner 18, Des Moines. Lester Reese 25, Des Moines. Ben Craven 21, fort Dodge. Martin Mats 16, Dubuque. A tire Blowout caused the mishap resulting in the deaths of miss Roberts and injuries to her three Youthful Fairfield companions. She was the daughter of or. And mrs. Oscar Roberts an had recently completed her freshman year at Parsons College. Injuries sustained when his automobile overturned sunday on a Highway Between Sioux City and Lemars eventuated in the death of j. W. Rowe. He was picked up unconscious and died two hours after having been taken to the sacred heart Hospital in Lemars. Two drown at Dee Moines Lester Reese drowned in Ashworth Pool. Des Moines and William Scribner drowned in the Des Moines River three Miles from the City sunday. Martin Matz was drowned sunday when a stepped off into deep water while wading in a Creek with several companions. He could not swim. Firemen worked Over him several hours in an attempt at resuscitation. When their plane crashed from a height of 60 feet sunday afternoon Dallas Fidler and Clifford Chamberlain both of Clarinda suffered cuts and bruises. Craven was drowned at fort Dodge. Spiritualists to hold forty ninth convention in Clinton this summer Clinton Iowa june 23�?ip�? members of the Mississippi Valley spiritualist association will hold and t Hen moved into town and has their forty ninth annual session made her Home there for 20 years. Her husband died 50 years ago and she is survived by the following sons. John Dolan of Dana Tom Dolan of Clare Mike Dolan at Home de Dolan and Jim Dolan of Chicago will Dolan of Jefferson a daughter mrs. Rose Lynch has lived with her Mother and kept House for her for some time. College. He was accompanied by miss miss Marjorie Schnable miss Geraldine Tryon and John Maze who i will represent the presbyterian j Church of Carroll and will attend j the entire session of the Confer county agents of the visiting delegations cooperate with the sex and l of a in Illinois until 18s2 tension service of the College in j when they came to Iowa and sett arranging the programs which b 4 a Carroll county wha h was differ Only insofar As the agrarian Bome or years 20 years interests of Farmers in different Bce a no spent in town. Sections of the state vary. J left a widow in 1903 feeding problems soils and mrs. Gross was the last of her crops improvement studies and i family her father Sisters and experimental work in crops Are Bro Bers being dead. Her husband some of the subjects discussed and a d March 14, 1903 and three Chil explained for the visitors by mein a in Are Al so Dewid mrs Joe fim where to go today Earle theater so this is London Royal theater words and music tomorrow Earle theater song of the flame Mcnabb dance Palace Smith Belding orchestra. Creased taxes if a deficit at the j ence from june 23 to june 29. Close of the next fiscal year is to j the three were sent As delegates i be avoided. J from the sunday school the Chris communications from Secretary Tian Endeavor society and the Mellon dealing with the measure s j missionary society j effect on the budget and from Cli j j Rector Hines of the veterans Bur eau criticising the Bill As inequity i Able were attached to the presi dents letter. Bets of the College staff. Women who visit tile College Are Given instruction in homemaking horticulture and poultry. Gross Fob. 2. 1873 in Henein 111. I was arrested in a raid on the Moran Aiello gang Headquarters last december. He was released when he identified himself As an employee of the corporations counsel office. Police said they had no photographs or identification of Forsythe. Explaining that no rogues gallery pictures May be taken by police until the High court has sustained convictions. Miss Agnes Doherty of Omaha is making a visit with miss Opal Jacobs and at the Vincent Collison Homo. Col Dale. Here this year beginning july 13 and continuing through until aug. 24. Cottages at mount pleasant Park Are now being renovated and placed in readiness for the visitors Many of whom stay through the full six weeks course. Speakers at the forty ninth session Wil include the Rev. Hugh Gordon Burroughs National lecturer Max Hoffman of Lincoln neb. B. F. Austin of los Angeles. Calif., editor of the reason Magazine and prof. W. F. Peck of Hollywood. Calif. Clamor to end Chicago killings makes and Breaks police chief miss Edna Atkinson who has i been visiting her brother Ralph i Atkinson since wednesday and calling on mrs. Ralph Atkinson in St. Anthony Hospital left this morning for her Home in Waterloo. Official count gives Greenwalt Lead of 304 ballots Over Saunders Des Moines june 23 a g. C. Greenwalt polled 304 More votes than w. E. G. Saunders in their race for the Republican nomination As Secretary of state the official vote completed today showed. Third Home project session to be held wednesday afternoon the third meeting of the women a Home project work will be held wednesday at i of clock in the Home of miss Helen England. Women of districts no. I and no. 2 in Maple River township Are Merman died april 30, 1915. Otto Gross died july 16, 1923 and Frank Gross died oct. 6, 1928. Those who survive Are George Gross and William Gross successful Farmers of Carroll county and John Gross at Home and mrs. William Pietig of Carroll. She also leaves 24 grandchildren and five great grandchildren. I seventeen weddings in one week sets record for Little Brown Church Nashua Iowa june 23�?ip�? seventeen weddings in a single Day at the Little Brown Church in the Vale recently set a record mrs. Gross was a member of is for the Church which inspired the Peter and Paul a Church and of the w rating of the hymn of thai name Rosary modality she was a devout the Rev. William Kent pastor Catholic and zealotry attended i said. To All her Church duties. Her Home and children were the things for mrs George Nestle is Laking a cordially invited to be present. The i which she lived and her d supplies that will be required in children were very dear to her. Ithe Saleswoman in the ladies tog the work Are lamp Shade Frame. I Gery and miss Collison resumed figured Wall paper coloured Bias mrs. Delia Beck returned Satur her duties in the alteration depart tape scissors and a tray base if j Day to Odebolt after a visit in the intent this morning after a two any wish to make trays. J Home of mrs. Hilda Mcgowan. I weeks vacation. Chicago june 23 pm a wave of civic revulsion against hoodlums and gangsters swept William f. Russell into office As Chicago a police commissioner and a second wave of popular indignation washed him out the clamor against his administration which resulted in his resignation. Arose after the fatal shooting of Al Lingle Tribune reporter anti intimate Friend of Russell. Genial a a Bill Russell before his retirement from the commissioners office never had gone backward in the 30 years of his police service. In August 1928, he became j a a Bossy of the department. There. Had been gang killings Reform or i a animations complained the City i we As a wide open a that vice Wras i rampant. They demanded and got the of a facial head of a a Mike Hughes vacation from her duties As one of i whom mayor William Hale Thompson had called up the year before to a a ride Chicago of crime. Scarcely had Russell comfortably fixed his bulk in the commissioners chair when Tony Lombar do a Leader in sicilian circles wa3 killed in Daylight downtown. Russell then began the practice he followed for the next two years rounding up All the known hoodlums and tossing them in jail. And at the six month Mark of Russell s tenure the St. Valentine s Day massacre of seven was enacted. A a prohibition a to blame Quot shouted the commissioner and he explained that the profits in illicit liquor was the Pawn of the rival gangs. Twenty years ago when Russell was walking a beat he became a Friend of Al Lingle who developed into a crime reporter. When Lingle was shot Russell said a i loved him As a the commissioner did not have any children. A a in a glad to get out of this mess Quot said Russell As he handed in his resignation and he looked it. During his term Russell instigated campaigns to provide cleaner stage and movie shows and to Stop after a week of activity the a a jaywalking a ordinances were repealed

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