Hough scooter accident 28 jul 1927

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- ' - ' forwltBd,mrik N. Wiiigce. ,tate entomd - asl to to of of A.1NT" A THREE MORE TOWNSHIPS, MAK, IN0 B.1 IN ALL,' REPORT ; . , ;: . CORN 1QRER . r 'INDIANAPOLIS. July J8. - ftN8J" - With a new attack ot the European corn borer reported in 81 townships of sit. counties in Indiana,. the stata entomologist's office, today . was ; preparing preparing to lay down a strict quarantas in the affected district . - .i. ; ' Three' more townships reported the XmUT'7h .'ri.. ::.T crop destroying insect tooay. taui V lUlOU, US' V uug. SB.V a,s v tviwm vs. va - .... ... KmaiI tjL.m - nm t I 1aM ami lahA. lnt v..doil.ff.r Auhufn tod.. i ' . - logist, mat the Dorer has been louno In Monroe 4nd Madison townships of Allen, county, and In Wayne township The first activity of the state, an - ibmological forces will .' be - directed against the movements ot green cord, Wallace .said. t . . r - . "These Insects are threatening, destruction destruction of the agricultural Industry.!' Wallace said. "If the state and federal federal forces are to gain any headway, w must see that no new corn from the infected, areas passes out There will be no restriction on the importation importation of - new corn into those counties from ones which are clean, however.!' Wallace anticipates no .trouble . ip enforcing the quarantine, in vleW ot the support of the farmers..' ; K . , "It is generally realized v that unless unless measures are tken to chepk - tha spread of the borer, Indiana, and'lhe nation .will - lose billions of dollars in farm' crops ruined." . i Mi . DIEt OF TROPICAL FEVE OAKLAND, Calif., July 28. (lNS) - 4 After, a year's battle against a. tropical fever contracted in Afrtean exploration, exploration, H. A. 8now, famous big game hunter And. explorer, died here at his home today. . . BOY ON SCOOTER IS ' Percy Lyeette, nine years old, ot Salamanca, New York, a guest st the Claude Hough home on McCrum street, suffered Injuries to his arms, legs and head late Wednesday afternoon afternoon when he was struck and dragged along the street by an automobile driven by Gaylord Adams of Wright street. . ... t . , : The little boy was riding, a HIT BY AUTOMOBILE JUST KIDS TIME" "scooter" from an alley into the Street. He attempted to cross the street and rodr directly into the path ot the machine The car did not pass over his body . but dragged him. Tue child's . arms and legs were burned by contact with the street surface surface and his - bead and face were Scratched.; . It, was thought that he suffered o. serious injuries,, , . . . j HERE'S MORE ABOUT' 11 FROM PAGE ONE with, Stephenson. 1 i EDITORS GATHER 1. LAFAYETTE, July 28. - (INS) Scores of Indiana Republican editors and - state G. O. P. luminaries were gathering here today, for the annual two - day mid - summer outing of the In diana Republican Editorial associa tion. The editors are registering at the Journal - Courier office. The program wilt open this evening with a reception at the home of Mr. axd Mrs. Henry W. Marshal, publisher of the Journal - Courier. Tomorrow morning the editors will go to the Marshal farm for a visit; will eat lunch In a nark and In tne art - ernoon Inspect the campus of Purdue university. The big event ot the outing will be the banquet tomorrow night at which the principal address will be given by Dean Stanley Coulter on "(jonserva tlon InNndlana." Talks will be given by. Senators James E. Watson and Arthur Robinson, Republican state chairman Clyde Walb and other O. O. P, leaders. Saturday morning the editors will enjoy a motor trip over the city and surrounding country. 'Mildred Meade, pretty confidante of Stephenson . who formerly lived in Daviess county where prosecutors found the black boxes and .other, material, material, was summoned as a witness before the Marion county grand jury today. A man named Hohl, whose connection connection with the investigation could riot be learned also was called to testify."" testify."" testify."" - - ' Miss Meade and members of her family were close to Indiana's most active life termer. She disappeared last October when prosecutors were hot on the trail of the black boxes but later returned to testify before two grand juries, which failed to return return indictments for political corruption. corruption. Deputy Prosecutor William H. Sheaffer was in Michigan City today today to Interview Stephenson in his cell at the state prison. Special Assistant Assistant Emnley W. Johnson had left on a mysterious errand which Prosecutor Prosecutor William H. Remy said would take him much farther away than the state prison cityi Eras lwc. ih FUR . MiM.wm -

Clipped from The Huntington Herald28 Jul 1927, ThuPage 11

The Huntington Herald (Huntington, Indiana)28 Jul 1927, ThuPage 11
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