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Hammond Whiting Evening Times (Newspaper) - July 25, 1930, Hammond, Indiana The weather mostly fair Toni Rhth Poss Cihiy local in Torday. Continued a Varni. Whiting evening times last night s circulation Whiting edition 2,086 combined circulation 22,434 i vol. Ii no. 97. I = Whiting Indiana Friday july 25, 1930. 28 pages Price two Nelson is forced to circulate some More Pfeif ions restraint temperature for Region Kenipe Rafarel today As by Thermo Roeter on first Trust Ond savings Bank building Hammond deft yes above Srebro at 7i30 a. 4 de reek above Zero at noon. Weat Lier fair at noon. Sunrise 5 36 a. , 8 17 p. Taxpayer says Hammond is not ready for new Gity Hati Yum hear Toca two prominent East Chicago men called up Nike Whiting Entrance of personalities into tie Battle Over the location of Hammond s new $500,000 City Hall in Maywood Park was a Boon to the Ca Jse of the opposition forces it was revealed late yesterday when Carl Nelson ordered 1 00 extra petitions to be printed. Kelson had already handed out 200 petitions to be Sig Ned by taxpayers who oppose the Bond i Stio necessary to finance the City Hall construction. Late yesterday How Ever following publication of stories that Alderman Charles Scott. Chiep proponent of the City Hall move has caused Nelson s arrest on a minor City ordinance dozens of Ang ered taxpayers called at Nelson s Torii and asked for petitions. Petitions to auditor the opposition chieftain said Thini morning that he expected Inove tha i 2,500 names to be on petitions that would be returned to him by tomorrow night. Although Only ten Sig no Tures Are necessary Nelson will present All of the petitions to the county auditor. Nelson was scheduled to explain his stand on the City Hall Piovosi Tion in a radio address Over station Wwade at 6 40 o clo Civ Daylight time this evening. Those who wish to hear Nelson Are advised to tune in promptly because the druggist has Only been allotted five minutes in a which to talk. Trial of Nelson on a wharf dec of failure to buy a ?10 City License before Selling sandwiches at his dni.? store will be called in Hammond <3ity court at o clock tuesday morning. He was arrested wednesday following Quot filing of a Compla Irit by Alderman Scott. Mrs. H. H. Gage 1363 Monroe Street today stated in a letter to the times that Hammond needed Vater better schools and track Elevation in Advance of a new City Hall. Taxes and assessments were already invoking hardships on Many families she said. Her letter follows Hammond Indiana. July 23, Loso. Voice of the people dear editor whether you do pay taxes or Rrt you May have children who go to school in portable buildings you May have children who have no place to play. We have two Little police sergeant Lawrence Vidovich is Back on the Job after having his tonsils taken out last saturday. Another record c r o w d swarmed to the Whiting bathing Beach yesterday As the Mercury soared into the nineties once More. Standard Oil company employees enjoyed their annual picnic at Whiting Park this week. A Good time was had by All. Because so Many of the Whiting elks play Golf the. Whiting Lodge has installed three new showers in its clubroom on la amp the Street. And mrs. Charles Klose of 119th Street who have a big ranch out in Brownsville Texas Are to leave today for the Lone Star state for an indefinite period. Richard Vav. Carrette former East Chicago Street commissioner under the Callahan administration and a member of a prominent Pioneer fan ily in Lake county and Ira Mcmil Ler 60-year-Oid Engineer for the great lakes dredge amp Dock company have died within the past 12 hours As the result of heart tacks induced by the heat at Diana Harbor. Or. Carrette passed away at his Home in the night and or. Mcmille dropped dead at the new York Central depot at s o clock this morning after he had been taken ill on the train. Or. Carrette completed his Day s work at the general american tank car corporation Plant where he is employed As superintendent of the scrap Yard and was apparently in Good health alien he went to bed last night. His wife heard him l reaching heavily and had just gotten up and turned on the Light when he died. Physicians were sunni one at once but were unable to help him. The deceased had suffered from High i blood i pressure for some time and it is believed that the intense heat aggregated his condition. Richard car i Ette avas born in South Chicago 42 years ago and raised in Whiting Indiana and was married 27 years ago to Elsie Kock of that City. Soon after their marriage the couple moved to Indiana Harbor where the Mills were just i ullring and lie became in the reste Ltd in political life. He had worked at the general american tank car Plant for Many years and had Roken his Span of employment Luiey once when he accepted the office of Street commissioner under the last Callahan administration. Or. Carrette is mourned by his wife ind daughter Marjory Sisters mrs. C. A. Dodde of Austin i s. Glen Boone of Chicago and mrs. William o veil formerly of Whit ting now living in Michigan and a brother to Hii Irles of Whiting and hundreds i it of friends in All sections of the county. He was an Active Mem it or of the elks Lodge. 2,500 Are Cyclone 8n Italy earthquake zone kills Twenty seven expected to oppose she captures Golf title for 3rd time she is 3-tme Champion or. Mcmiller was on a new Yor ventral train going Ironi his Home a Soth Adouth Chicago Avenue Chicago to his work at Indiana Harbor when he complained to fellow workmen that he Felt ill. He died a few moments later leaving the train. A hiting boy scout troop no. 8 has an Imi Toutant meeting scheduled for next monday evening at the methodist Church Parlours 7 15 o clock. Whiting is annual Kite Fly ing tournament will be held at the Whiting Pirk this afternoon. A Kite flying Marathon will be started in connection with the tourney. John Mcna Mara. It has been Learned has taken up the game of Ffolk recently. He s some Nice scores right off the Start say some of that be who have played with him. The s a n d a r d Oil Crown Ball team plays the line generating Plant in a Tive game at Calumet i Ark. Chicago tonight. Red state prac South Henry heckler Clark Hurt in hundreds of victims Are still burled beneath Crumm masonry Saddle horse Hammond City treasurer had to be driven 33 Miles to Hospital big a Liowns have been pass ing through the Whiting Post no. 80, America n legion Model Home on Davis Avenue. The Home is open for inspection every Day until november it 1930. Whiting immaculate con caption ii Amish will enjoy its annual Pien sunday at. St. Francis ind. A rate plans have been completer for the Outing by the Rev. John Lach pastor and his committee continued on Page Twenty three mfr what la july 2,5. A final arrangements have Lieen completed of it a the picnic to i get held sunday july 27 at i i Ingri und Park South Bend sponsored by the knights of of Northorn Indian. Whiting Council is enthusiastic Over this coming event and assures All attend Iii an enjoyable time. Arrangements have Quot Yeeu made f to a special train on the Shiuh Shore with special rates. Cli Ildren it tween the Ages of five and twelve years of ago will ride for half fare it his been announced. Tie Stecial train Wil leave a Inmond at 10 15 a. And will leave clinic ago at 10 20 a. M., Dayli Glit saving time. The return special will leave Sovitch Bend at 7 30 p. The majority of f be Whiting representation will leave from the East Chicago station. An Opi u invitation is extended to All knights of column is their families and friends to attend this picnic. Transportation tickets May be procured from any member of tiie committee. These same tickets w u also be sold at the East Chicago station platform sunday morning by various members of the commit i a. Those on the committee Are John j. Byrne. William Walsko d. W. Hynes a t. Fora Iier John Hanusin e. L. Riordan Thomas Harmon and Raymond p. Koch. East Chicago East Chica .0 Lions beat Whiting in the inter City Tournai spent this week. Kit asians Quot civics Day Quot at londay or on. Will hold a their meeting next an Othir group of boy will leave fair Camp on the Tippecanoe River sunday morning. Are the new Library Harbor budding. Complete addition to for the registration for the baby Haltli at City Hall Park on tuesday closes tomorrow. Henry heckler Hammond City treasurer avas seriously injured when he was thrown from a horse while vacationing at the great North Woods club Steuben .lich., it was Learned by the times this morning. Word was received by Tver. Heckler s family of tie Accident last night. Information was meager and it is thought that tie incident occurred a can Isle of Days ago. Or. Heckler at last reports was resting easily at Shaw Hospital Manistique Mich. According to his daughter lie injured his bad it a in the fall. Vacationing with or. Heckler is e. N. Bun Nel Lof Hammond. Following the Accident it was necessary to travel 33 Miles in an ambulance from the Camp to get the City treasurer to the Shaw Cutter h i i, the Viso. Italy jul y i. Pm them Ltd i Tell it it and Monte Bellzina a it of dior Horii Italy next no blk Ltd a Biittler Clil to maj from Tho rav Nett n Ltd of a Liureri Oak Amy Liin to the already Ireat of the a a Oiin try. were kno in dead on late St Fri pm Relief a workers a who set to work immediate la after the Hiir reianes kept Over the a my Intro inor Iliin. Iii Idrez is of Ivere injured and and Iii dings Laj seat Teredo or the a ii intr Side. The i Irieane Stryiek in the a Lent of Here to join in Relief Ivory for a i Ltd Lithern Italy Ichieh was Laid avast by ?-. Mrs. A. E. Bulson successfully defends title in state tourney e. Chicagoan injured in Auto crash Ira m . Aged 60, fell dead at the new York Central depot from the , this morning. I franc Lions have Chal Lenge Ltd Loc in club men to a. Return match at Caca Del to Lar wednesday. Pop Elliott. Tif ton High Schod is it opening of the football washing Ady for the . S5 0st of East Chicago s municipal government Are getting the 1931 budget in shape for the Council. Richard Carrette. 40, 34 Parrish a Enue former City Street comm , died with a sudden attack of hear trouble this morning. Davis has found someone who is s5 of him i stroke and Hole ill a Golf match. Finally willing to a half per f111st work on the new i Quot Asi i hic go Post office building at Kennedy and chicag-0 avenues was started be Stordal. A. Pm 4u pm first National Bank of Albia. La., today filed suit in Hammond Superior court against Roy Miller of Highland ind., on a note. Quake a new zealand Wellington n. Z., july 25 a . A a Sharp earthquake lasting about one minute occurred today at we is Tinort and Karimea East Chicago s nutrition Cam started yesterday at the Crown Point Fairgrounds. Fifty five will remain of two weeks. Friends of or. And mrs. Charles f. Edgar 4142 Northcote Avenue East Chicago Learned today that they had been injured by a hit and Rtin Driver last week end while on a motor trip to Springfield Iii., and Are both in a Hospital. The Edgars were going to Springfield to visit with mrs. Edgar a sister. On a Little travelled Highway near Springfield an unknown Motorist hit the Edgar car and turned it Over twice rolling it into a ditch. The unknown Driver then fled from the Accident without giving the Edgars assistance of any kind. According to the report reaching the twin City or and mrs. Edgar Laid in the car unconscious for More than an hour when a motorcycle policeman found them and got assistance from a farm House to take them to a Hospital. Mrs. Edgar is said to have several fractured ribs and Imp. Edgar an injury to his head. Both will recover. Charles w. Clark of Community service in Hammond narrowly escaped serious injury last night when he was forced to Turki his Autonio bile Over on Calumet Avenue in order to avoid or with a string of approaching machines. Clark was driving to his Home following a picnic he had conducted at Wicker Park for the Shore line motor coach c it. Employees. He was proceeding North on Ca Timet Avenue when an unidentified it River Cut sharply into Clark s path after passing him. The Community service head Cut Bis wheels sharply to avoid a Erash but the momentum pitched the car into a Small ditch. I passersby lifted Clark from the wreckage and carried him to St. Margaret s Hospital where he was related for a Seal laceration and bruises. Quot that was the closest Call i be Ever had Quot Clark said today. William Nordyke 68, of 28 Hoh Man St., Esca de with severe bruises yesterday when knocked Down by a m Mon passenger locomotive at the Yohnian Street crossing. Nordyke had just left the train at the depot a Block South and was walking Home when the northbound train pulled out. Joseph Scheive 15, of 1202 Jefferson St., was attacked and bitten in the right thigh last night by a police dog belonging to Carl Fred Erichs 11 so Jefferson. Liy Tho is h. Flo Itti a Al jilt re prism sin Corr Stoit Leaf 1c o it a a i a h to 1 30, b unit e d i e s a Benevento Italy july 25.�?rapidly mobilized Relief forces poured into Italy s Earth quake trikes provinces today to attack the critical problem of food clothing and shelter for the survivors of wednesday s disaster and to continue the search for hundreds of victims 1 still buried beneath the i crumbled masonry of their Homes. A i a r i c h a m i o \ Sii 11� c o \ s of a Tio \ i. I h t it miss i-31i/.aheth Annii Indianapolis befit Ier Alizine Kinf , z and 1. O it 1 it i a u <11 a it Sipio Al kit mrs. A. A. 31< Clinin Roek , Defeated Alice Liello , Lafayette a and 5. W o 01j it a11 r o s Vito a pm fit mrs. H. H. Hor St. South Bend Defeated . \ Wietor Dyer. A Amnion i n f i 1. A a 0 f a r to \ i. I out a irs. W. Ii. \ an Home Hammond i Defeated >ir.s. I. A. Crane , 1 up. A s s o i 1a tilt \ c Osso l a Tio \ fi-1 it >1rs. Ii. N. Stikin Hammond Defeated ->ii.s. It Florence inn six Ker Law Iye Ite. I up on the la the Hole. P ii r a 11>v. Toi i i it mrs. Kotte Nian Indianapolis Defeated it los. J. A c Arroli of Hammond no. Or i l k x f s c 0\ so l a Tion flight it los. I. Velter Gary beat mrs. H. It Neiler. Ila Inmond. 5 find 4. \ i c i pit k Sid r \ t a s f i. I g h t mrs. 11. Striker. So Mith Bend by at mrs. Clark Wagner. Hammond re and 4. M c i v p i u s h i \ r s t o v s o i. A ti0\ mrs. Harry Marshall. I Lafayette detect edit irs. .1. Campbell him Monck 1 up. No work at mine bids for the new $30,000 Section of the Indiana Harbor meth Odist Church will be opened on August 6. Prince Al r. W. Feik at Washington High school breathed a sign of Relief when the last Pupil left yesterday. Quot battling Quot will referee the main bout at East Chicago s big prize fight tonight in the open air Arena. Details of the fight Are on the sport Page. Clinton ind., july 2.5.�? up a no work had been done at the Vermillion Coal mine West of Clinton today it was reported one week after operations of the digging s advertised for men to work at a wage lower than the Union scale. Few men had reported to apply for work at the mine but were turned away by pickets stationed near the place. No disturbances other than verbal clashes Between the pickets and those desiring work at the reduced wage were in evidence it was reported. Kavork on Woodman Coti try club s new $00,000 club House was started today let a contractor h. B. Olney of East Chicago. The contract Calls for a two Story dub House of modern american architecture to be ready for occupancy by dec. 1. When completed it will be one of the finest in the country Wood mar member said this morning. Contractor Olney had a group of men at work today starting excavation. The f old club House was destroyed Early last Spring l y fire of an unknown origin. The plans were drawn by l. Cosby Bernard Hammond architect. The morale of the entire Region shattered by widespread death and appalling destruction was further depressed by slight Earth tremors and the continuance of heat and violent Avins which the a peasants describe As a Semi of ii Ial e s t i to a t e of authorities within the devastated provinces is that at least 2,000 Are dead in the i province of Vellino where the greatest if the temblor was exerted. The a province of Benevento also suffered heavily in loss of life though probably to a lesser extent than Avellino. The lightest casualty list will be Folind in the province of Naples. a phone pm. The problem of feeding the sur Vivol s is pressing. At Prmt Etelvo this correspondent found the entire living population congregated in the Public squares hungrily awaiting the government expected from Beneventi. Quot we want bread Quot is the first cry of these people at the a i Roach of an automobile or truck Over the rough. Broken roads from the provincial capital. Moving in with the military Forres which Are in command of the Relief work Crews of linemen were repair ing Telephone and Telegram in lines As rapidly As possible today. The Rescue Kavork has been hampered Lack of communications. There were pathetic scenes at every cemetery in towns i visited. At Many of them the available Siace is completely filled and the dead Are being taken to other communes. Continued on Page Twenty three in basement a mrs. A. I. Bulson of fort Wayne Defeated mrs. Carl Mccaskey of Indianapolis in the finals of the ninth annual Indiana state Quot Ponien s Golf championship tournament at Wood mar country club today 1 up. To Vin today mrs. B i son established a precedent in Hoosier Golf history for women by winning the title three times in Svic cession. The championship match today was nip and tuck throughout. Mrs. A Mecaskey took adva quatre of mrs. s hard Luck driving on the fourth Hole which i she made in i a while the Champion Cas Content to take a. Six. However on tiie next mrs. Bulson squared the match jarring the Hole while mrs. Rocaskey went one Over Par to get a 5. 1"he Chain Uon went into the bul on the 7th getting a i a while her opponent went one Over. Displaying grim determination and a fighting spirit that has characterized her Golf game mrs. Mccaskey shot the St one Over Par to win the Hole and even the match. Driving straight and True Down the Fairway on the 4 u Yard ninth the Indi i a Judis woman Quot who would t change her dress or hat during the tournament for fear of ill Omen parred the Long ninth while mrs. Bulson avas fru ced to Quot a 6 after slicing into the rough to give mrs. Mccaskey the Lead at the turn. Medal scores for the first nine were mrs. Bulson 49, and a sirs. Mecaskey 4 4. Recovering her deliberate and steady Stylo of play on the 4&Quot 3 Yard tenth mrs. Stilson went out in 6 to Square the match again while mrs. Mccaskey took a 7. Insi ired by the Breaks that she avas getting the cd Amnion took a on the 300 Yard eleventh awhile her opponent. Noav seeming to crack under the Strain of the play Avent out in 6. Mrs. Bulson continued to add another Hole to her score by Conti Mcd on Page Tio Enty five in Trade forbidden by judge first in years in wit inti old anti Trust Law is invoked mrs. A. E. Bulson of fort Wayne Avo successfully defended her Indiana state Golf championship honors at the Woodi har country club at Hammond today by defeating mrs. Charles Mcclaskey of Indianapolis 1 up. Valparaiso firm peeved it loses a a. S. Business fighting Over girl Vali Paraiso ind., july 25.�?uncle Sam and the Hoover administration at Washington Are going to be asked to Quot practice what they preach Quot. ,. Support for and encouragement of am Riean Industry and labor. The demand and Challenge is going to come from Valparaiso ind. It is going to lie made in the name of the Vali Paraiso Chanier of Avith ignited states senators James e. Watson and Arthur r. Robinson and congressman will r. Wood As the . Not Only that but the Indiana and ignited states chamber of Commerce Avith each of Avrich the a air Paraiso civic organization is linked Are going to l e asked to bring Avha Tever pressure they May be aide to bring to hear Back of the Valparaiso App e a 1. Reason for the stir is found in the action of the Post office department in splitting u the business it has Given the Mcgill Metal company of this City for years supplying the department Avith l All bearings required for postal traffic equipment the nation Over. By the action the local concern is awarded contract for Only such products Are used in the Central Section. A German firm has been a awarded the contract for supplying the Eastern Section Avith the same or similar products and an italian firm the contract for the ave Stern Section. This comes As a distinct bloat to the Mcgill Metal company. It is understood that the company was but v slightly Over the bids of the German and italian rivals and has offered to meet the prices of their rivals. The Valparaiso chamber of Commerce through its Board of directors Nieting in regular session wednesday afternoon had the facts of the Case placed ii fore it by Walter Brownell of the Mcgill to Metal company and Avent on record As joining the Campaign to get the government through the postal department to rec outsider the proposition. Ruling under the provisions of the Indiana anti Trust Law. Judge Harry Crumpacker of the Laporte Porter Superior court has enjoined the Hammond news Agency from business discrimination relative to three downtown newspaper and Magazine stands in Hammond. This Case is the first in years in Avrich the old anti Trust Law forbidding restraint of Trade has been in a oked. Judge Crumpacker heard arguments in the matter on july 18, and yesterday handed his decision to attorneys. Michael Watso Avo operates the nears stand at the Corner of state and Hohman streets avas the principal plaintiff in the action but in Vola de Avith him Avert Felix Novak Yavner of the stand at Sibley and Hohman streets and de Kaczynski Avo runs the business at Russel and Hohman streets. They were represented by attorney Jay e. Archie Murray proprietor of the Hammond Mcaa s Agency avas the defendant in the suit and was represented by attorney James Clark. The affair dates Back to last february Ashen the Mcfadden and Street and Smith publishing concerns with Reav their Magazine circulation from the Hammond news Agency. The three newsboys in june started to buy the magazines from the Bav distributor for these two publishing companies a Man named Henry Stross while at the same time buying newspapers and other magazines through Murray. According to the plaintiff s complaint Murray threatened to refuse to Supply the three newsboys with papers and magazines unless they discontinued their connection with Stross and bought the Mcfadden and Street and Smith publications from him since he had established a connection where by he could obtain them despite the fact that he was not the official out threat Murray was alleged to have carried out this threat on june 12 when Watso Novak and Kaczynski did agree to his terms for several Days. But Early this month the Case was placed in the hands of , and on july 5, judge Grites granted a temporary restraining order without notice prohibiting this discrimination in Trade. The temporary in Junction proceedings were then transferred to judge Crumpacker who ruled that Murray s conduct in shutting off the Supply of papers and magazines from the Neav boys amounted to unfair discrimination and restraint of Trade. The court accordingly authorized the injunction. Under present Day business conditions the provisions of the state anti Trust lava enacted years ago had practically been forgotten. It has been several years since Indiana courts have been confronted Avith a care under this statute. Gary merchant fails listing liabilities at $9,720.46, Toni Revicki Gary merchant 2713 West eleventh Avenue this morning filed a Ouin tary Bank Tintcy schedules in l. S. District court of Hammond. He lists his assets at 1,419. He asks 600 exemption. Suit for $20,000 damages against the Michigan Central and Neav York Central lines avas filed in Hammond Superior court today by attorney George Eder of Hammond representing the people s co operative state Bank administrator of the estate of John b. Groff Hammond drayman Avo avas fatally injured awhile driving his truck june 6, 1929. The Accident happened at the train crossing near the great lakes warehouse in Hammond. Groff left a Azife and several child i in. While investigating the tangled affairs of Louis Baumwohl Whiting clothing merchant in the Hope that they might discover assets in a Cost gators looked into the basement of his Home. There they found a Large Stock of men Salomen s and children s clothing valued it More than $300, Charles l. Burnett Lafayette referee in bankruptcy was informed a Hill holding first creditors meeting in u. S. District court of Hammond. Or. Bauni Vohl is now going through his third bankruptcy the Deputy clerk of the District court said today. W. B. Van Horn. Jr., trustee filed a petition Avith the referee ordering the bankrupt merchant to turn Over the hidden assets. That avas Only a technicality Hoa Voa eras the clothing is already in his Possession. Attorney John g. Capouch representing the creditors pointed out that Bauni Vohl had also been unfortunate in having a fire in his referee Burnett continued the hearing. Charlotte Siedentop s quota of boy friends was Cut from Elca in to nine in the City court yesterday Ashen fudge. Virgil Whitaker released Mike Kitchell and David Harasty. The two boys it seems Avert Only spectators in the gang fight Over the is year Oid red haired girl s a of e c t ions e a r 1 y y e s t e r d a y. Nine youths Avert Given fines of and costs and suspended jail sentences. Thoi to fined were Henry Davis Oliver passage Gilbert swing. Oli a or Peterson. Raymond Hurley Loe Matovina Vern Pizer Ralph plut Chanson and Larold Curtis. Standard next week residents of the South part of Hammond and motorists Avo Avold like to visit that part of the City will be elated to learn that Avi thin another a Eek there should be some Relief from the mess of blocked intersections along Standard Aventine. All of the Concrete has Noav been Laid for the Neav pavement and the contractor expects to Start tuesday on the Tavo Inch a earing surface of Asphalt. The Street Avill be Throan open to traffic As rapidly As sections of the top dressing Are completed. Is forced Down Indianapolis ind. July 25.�? i. . A Palmer Mccloskey 14-year-old local tree Sitter Noav the Champion of All Indiana tree , completed his 260th hour Quot aloft Quot at is a. Today. Palmer heard Avith satisfaction that illness Al inundated his closest Indiana Ria Al Kenneth Ross 14, at Hammond Avo avas forced Down by a cold after he had been up a tree for 211 of Urs. Agitation developing Here for police a it Tion against the numerous local tree Sitters thus far has not affected Palmer. Two policemen visited the Mccloskey Home late yesterday and Avat Ched the boy for a. Time but left Avit Hout any move to order him do Avn. Havea or the police chased Down a number of of her boys from lofty perches Tinong the Trees. It avas estimated that about 15 boys remained in Trees in Indianapolis today. Muehlberger pledges care in new work commits suicide Indianapolis july 25.�? . A John c. Taylor 7s, committed suicide by hanging last night in the basement of his Indianapolis Home. Despondency Over ill health was blamed. Chicago july 25.�?dr. C. W. Muehlberger assistant director of the scientific crime detection Laboratory of Northa Vestern University a graduate of the Hammond High school took up his duties yesterday As Coroner s chemist Avith the de Clarion that accuracy and carefulness Are the first essential of Success. Quot one Little error might permit a murderer to go free or take the Liberty or life of an innocent Man Quot or. Muehlberger said in telling of his plans. Quot so much May depend on so Little that i intend to use the utmost care in All my examinations. Quot i recall a slip made by a toxicologist in a famous Case of a dozen years ago. He assumed that a Poad ered rather than a liquid Poison had caused a certain clothing stain and As it turned out the Eti tire Case practically hinged upon this Point. Quot one mistake of this kind can ruin an expert s usefulness As shrewd Laa vyers would always recall that mistake in future cases where he is called upon to testify. In dealing Avith poisons examinations of stains an analyses of substances that May be of importance in deter raining a Hether a murder has been continued on Bage Twenty three at Hieland of the citizens Grade crossing elimination committee of Hammond and their a tests some 60 in number Avert entertained yesterday afternoon and evening at the Hieland country club near Kankakee Iii. Golf avas the principal business of the Day and Ashen the athletes strolled in from the Isth Green it was found that Carl Lennertz. Secretary of the City plan commission had a on the first prize with a Low net score of 68. Or. Lennertz broke do Avn and confessed that yesterday avas the second occasion in his life upon Avrich he had managed to break 100. His Gross score was 93. The City plan commission further dominated things Ashen or. H. C. Groman president of that body came in Avith a net 72 and a Gross of 86 to Avin third prize and avas closely trailed by Fred c. Crumpacker whose net 73 Avon the fourth prize. Several members of the citizens committee chose to play Bridge during the afternoon and for his skill at this Enterprise w. G. Paxton was a awarded the honors. A repast of banquet proportions concluded the evening. Dies from Auto crash Indianapolis july 25.�? . A Charles Coleman 69, of Sheridan ind., died at a Hospital today from injuries suffered in an Auto Accident on state Road 31 near Westfield yesterday. He suffered a fractured Skull in the Accident
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