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PART 1-PAGE URGE OPERATION FOR ASTRONOMER ACCUSED BY VIIFE Prosecutor Wants Him to Scrve Prison Term. George D. Carbery. Kane county state's attorney, declnred 3-esterday that in his judgment John E. Mellish, astronomer and telescope builder of St. Charles, who was indicted nine months ago for ravishing a 15 year old girl, should be In prison. Mr. Carbary said he was maintaining this attitude, despite the pleas of scientists who believe Mellish should be spared imprisonment In order to go on with his work, and of the Kane county Judge and sheriff. who permit the astronomer to leave the jail for his laboratory at St. Charles each day. "Should Pay Penalty." "We have irrefutable evidence and a virtual admission of guilt from Mellish," the prosecutor said. "I think he should be made to pay the full penalty. But every time the case is called In court a continuance is ordered." Other Kane county authorities concerned in the case are considering sterilization of Mellish as a solution of the problem 'which his indictment has raised. it was learned. County Judge Olney C. Allen of Geneva, In whose court the astronomer's eight children are wards, said sterilization was suggested by psychiatrists of the Elgin state hospital. The psychiatrists, upon examining Mellish, pronounced him a genius and discovered that he was a victim of an unusual disease. Discussed With Astronomer. The matter has been considered by Judge Allen. Circuit Judge John K. Newhall, before whome the criminal case against Mellish is pending. and Leonard Mead, Geneva attorney. appointed by the court to defend him. The lawyer Is understood to have broached the proposal to the astronomer, who Is said to have expressed no aversion to such an operation. For seven of the nine months since his arrest Mellish has been permitted by Sheriff Harry A. Crawford to go back and forth daily from the jail at Geneva to his laboratory at St. Charles to continue work on telescopes and lenses. Out of his earnings Mellish has been contributing Z55 monthly to support of his children. Like Present Arrangement. "The arrangement seems to be sat. isfactory," Judge Newhall said. " Mel1.sh has been able to go on with his work. The blow which the scientists claim astronomy would suffer by his Imprisonment has been averted and the state has been relieved of the burden of caring for his children. Perhaps, if Mellish will submit to sterilization, a disposition of the case may be made. He might be sentenced and the nights he ha l spent in the county jail might apply on his term of imprisonment." Scientists who have interceded for Mellish Include Prof. Edwin B. Frost, director of Yerkes observatory of the University of Chicago: Dr. Storrs D. Barrett, associate professor of astrophysics, University of Chicago, and Dr. F. A. Firestone, professor of physics. University of Michigan. Scientists of Northwestern university and the University of Southern California are also reported to have pleaded on the astronomer's behalf. 7 Little Girls Raise $6 for Hungry Children Seven little girls In the neighborhood of the 6000 block on South Racine avenue, recently organized Into the Junior Crafts and Culture club. Their first charity whist benefit brought $6. They Fent this to the Hungry School Children 's fund through Retty Farrow, corresponding secretary, with the wish " that you will be able to continue your good work." Other gifts were $10 each from Florence Farliament and G. B. Perlsteln, a frequent contributor, and $1.10 from "Fees," another friend of the fund. This brings the total to $48,111.31, received since the fund was started last October. New Drive on Autos Without Tags Ordered Commissioner of Police Allman yesterday directed police to watch for automobiles without licenses, especially on Saturdays, Sundays, and in the evenings, following a report from City Collector Kaindl that license collections are $31.499 below the 1931 figures. The collections. respectively, 1w-re $4,773,119 and $4,804.F)98. 4 A happy, charming, beautiful bride. Bridesmaidsall lovely. A host of well-wishing friends a pardonably proud family. A setting smart, distinctive supremely in keeping with both the dignity and brilliance of the occasion. An enviable wedding. Corred in every detail. The soft light of candelabra,calla lilies, ferns, palms...everything that bespeaks an understanding of all that is comme ii foot! Gossip treats it kindly. Society welcomes it. An affair of importance...A Shoreland Wedding! Hotel Shoreland is the setting for more distinctive weddings than any other hotel. Nor is it prohibitive in cost! HOTEL SHORELAND R5th Street at the Lake, CHICAGO Phone Plaza MO ,11, rx HAWAIIAN DISASTER FEARED AFTER SUICIDE IN GODDESS' VOLCANO HMO. T. H., June 4. ---(A)--The Goddess Pe le is angry, old Hawaiians say, because a Portuguese youth slew his sweetheart and leaped with her body into the firepit of Kilauea volcano, which is the goddess' traditional home. Natives construe the tidal waves which swept the mouth of the Wailoa river and lower Kuhl() bay yesterday as an omen that Pe le resents having two lifeless mortals at the threshold of her fiery kingdom. They expressed fear that the tragedy which ended the lives of Sylvester Nunes, 20, and Margaret Enos, 17, may lead to some dire calamity. Nunes leaped into the crater Wednesday with the body of the girl who had spurned his love. The bodies have been located on a hillock 900 feet below the rim of the deep firepit and only 50 feet from the restless molten lava smouldering at the bottom of the crater. There has been talk of recovering the bodies, but just how to reach them remains an unsolved probl2m. Summer Camp to Care for 1,000 Mothers, Children Olivet institute expects to send 1.000 underprivileged mothers and children to its camp at Lake Geneva during the summer. In the past only 300 to 500 were accommodated each year, the Ilev. Norman B. Barr, superintendent, said. A plea for funds for the camp has been launched. The institute is a social settlement located at 1441 Cleveland nvermP. . k... .., .., , ,d...''''''',.. i ......' '....-..... '-'"........ ' 'r.s...:.' 14 tt,71.5.; tt-Z-s z-z; ; 1, '-z-----:... 10' .,t,-....... :., , ,., -...... ,. s..... i.c......,::;0........., ,,:.-n tt't,. ..., ir--- 24 lia-T.T.-7,:r 7.-'i 4 (-71...:.'",.. ----- e, -'- :I,- 1- ,,,f. . 1 ....4 ' --4. 4.,........... 17;74 : ' - -: 0 1 .: r ; 7.S...........-,.........-----, , , :,:' " - 4 - 7, - -- - - - Z Z.---- e ;-- :-..'-----:.-.----.--- ....-2. .' . ---Zr A,..-- ,..' 1.7,F, r .1 - ,,---, ..---- -min.... ... Z.---- '--. '. -0.'1 J'-,.'"1---, -- T:L-----. . . ;,-0(...-- -7 : - t!'":,. .11- , 'I -4 , Y - l'tH T------- I ''''''' 114 PIf --lt, 4 , 1 , 1 0 0 , o4 1 , , 11....z.s, 'St) t --' ra ' ---.r.e-- 1' ',1i .--,-- ;.----;--,,,,,.? ' .., ; ; - , , ,; -',-!-:----,----,, ,.' , .., 7 7,--- - - ----- .- '' - - .::,..-- , . ...,..---,,, ,. The court further suggests to the commissioner of police that he should give some attention to the vagrancy bureau, so that evidence against gun-min and gangsters will be properly pr.?sented. Defendant discharged.", Before a packed courtroom In South State stNet court yesterday, In the presence of William ii. Luthardt, at. torney for the police department and head of the vagrancy bureau, Judge Thomas A. Green made his terse rec. ommendation as he freed James tel. castro, sprucely attired " king of the bombers." The defendant, who Is pub. lie enemy No. 4, was charged with Va gra ncy. :3elcastro had been arrested on May 7 on a warrant issued by Judge Green in a special drive against hoodlums, lie was not carrying a gun at the time. - No Comment from City Hall. City hall officials refused to corn. rnt nt on the arraignment of Luthardt by JudzA Green, who lost natipneo OnmonvormummmemilESISSIMMEIP BOMBER BEATS 1111GRAUGY 'RAF; POLICE SCORED Case "Poorly Prepared," Is Judge's Comment. - 41.t0r1V401,1allmolle107 - TUNE IN on Chrysler Motors Ridio Program, personally con. ducted by Flo ZiegfeldColumbia NetworkSunday evening; tITICA.G0 SUNRAY TI1TflTT1 17N.E. N.. as the state's evidence was refuted by defense counsel, E. M. Libonati. But they pointed to the items in the new city budget, waiting approval by the city council, as indicating that Luthardt's position will be abolished after the budget is adopted. No provision is made for salary for the head of the bureau in the new budget. Failure of the prosecutors to present evidence that Beicastro was guilty of gun toting, that he had a criminal record, that he was a bomber, or, as charged in the complaint, that he was " an idle. dissolute person habitually frequenting tippling places" brought about Judge Green's criticism. Belcastro proved on the witness stand that he is a property owner and taxpayer, that he holds a partnership In a business and has an income from his real estate. ' " After listening patiently, practically the whole day. to evidence introduced, and some fiftten police officers' testimony," Judge Green said, " it is peculiar to me that not one officer testified the defendant was a gunman, a public enemy. a vagrant or an idle and dissolute person. All witnesses admitted that so far as they knew, he had legal and lawful means of support. No Preparation Made. "The trouble has been that in this kind of case there has been no preparation, and twenty-five or thirty of. ficers are sent to court without being interviewed. The assistant state's attorney has admitted be has no law to sustain a conviction and the court is compelled to find the defendant not guilty." "All the evidence was submitted to Assistant State's Attorney Russell P.00t," Luthardt replied. "Mr. Root approved the evidence and a warrant was therefore obtained. Mr. Root has ably represented the police in the en se." .vrrTITrifr --- 1111,.. "'APS COT 711110 , 1 1 1 1 1 3aStbrt 1 1 i, ; f isc........ .e......4.11,p V MURDER RATE OF IL S. CAPITAL NOVI TOPS CHICAGO'S This City Drops to 45th Place in Country.. Chicago has sunk to forty-fifth In position among the cities of the United States rated according to the Percent age of Fs 1511215.11100MMell murders per 100,000 popul a- ' Fewer num- , ders are now corn- mitted in Chicago in propor- AZ)ter-, tion to its popu- , ; t lation than in ,t Washington, D. C., seat of the , national government. s r In 1930 Chicago -', r ranked thirty- A ninth in the list- 1. ing. A decrease in the murder rate sent it six HENRY BARRETT places lower in CHAMBERLIN. the list. And the year of 1932 promises to send Chicago even nearer the bottom of the list if the firet five monthe of the year are 11)3r1. IIENIE.MIIMMFAIMM .1e..''siNavsT(312 taken as an Indication, Col. Henry Barrett Chamberlin, director of the Crime commission revealed yesterday. 130 Murders So Far. Other large cities in addition to Washington, D. C., which Chicago trails in the rate of murder, are Cincinnati, Kansas City, Miami, New Orleans, Louisville, Memphis, and Houston. Only 130 murders have been committed in Cook county thus far in 1932, the figures compiled by the crime commission revealed. A table showing murders committed during similar periods in previous years follows: Year. Murders. Year. Murders. 1923 171 1929 147 1926 153 1930 167 1027 163 1931 146 1928 161 1032 130 In the month of May only 11 murders were committed in Cook county, an extraordinarily low total, Col. Chamberlin pointed out. The usual average in the county for many years has been at least one murder a day. The eMcacy of capital punishment as a deterrent to murders was proved by Col. Chamberlin in statistics be cited. Back in 1919, be said, murder was a frequent occurrence in Chicago. The Crime commission started a drive against murder and succeeded in having four Criminal court judges appointed to bear murder cases alone. Hangings Stop Killings. As a result there were eight hangings in 1920 and 10 hangings in 1921. Those 18 hangings sent the murder , total to record lows for all time. slash-ling the number in those two years to one-third the usual total. There was only one hanging in 1922 and one banging in 1923, with the result that the total of murders immediately rose to the former average. In the last four years, the number of executions for murder has been slightly above the average. CHARGES THEFT OF GAS; IS SHOT BY MERCHANT Frederick C. Heller, 2252 North La Crosse avenue, an inspector for Peoples Gas Light and Coke company, was shot three times in the legs yesterday when he accused Ernest Santoro of stealing gas at Santoro's confectionery store, 9644 Commercial avenue. Santoro Bed after the shooting and was sought by police. Heller told the police that he discovered Santoro had piped the gas main around the meter in order that the gas consumption would not register. When he called Santoro to the basement and accused him, the confectioner drew a revolver, Heller said. Heller ran to the sidewalk. Santoro followed and shot him twice in the left leg and once in the right leg. Heller was taken to the South Chicago hospital. POCAHONTAS 00 MINE RUN, 40670 LUMP , Ton IN IN-ton leads. Delivered within eihr limit. This Is the best grade of Pocahontas Mine Run and the lowest price quoted in 15 years. We have contracted for a lance tonnage of the highest quality coal and must ell. regardless of cost. for cash. This coal is sold to you under our absolute guarantee that If you don't like the coal and notify us In writing within three d3vs after delivery. we will remove coal and return your money. CHICAGO COAL SALES 501 East North Water St. PHONE: FRANKLIN 0277 Shop Upstairs and Save! We Moved to Save You Money! LEBOLTS for over a quarter century State Street's leading Diamond, Pearl and Jewelry Store, has moved upstairs to save ycu money. WEDDING RINGS Hand carved 10 lridio Platinum wedding rings. All sizes. Formerly $15 LEBOLT 31 No. State St. STH FLOOR Manufacturing Retailers Subscribe for The Tribune .. ;;i-i;;; .44otol Share of This 11011e31 1st prize - $1,000 e, 2nd prize :y I), 500 4 3rd prize rt.., 250 50 prizes of $100 5,000 100 prizes of $50 ., 5,000 200 prizes of $25 5,000 I n riZeS Of $10 3,000 5,250 141 . I LA, a Y - -- u Any person Of legal driving age is eligible to compete. , 1 2. All entries must be on official enuy form which may be secured only trOra DeSoto, Dodge or Chrysler Dealers. 14. 3. Write on the entry forra the best de- e scription you can give of a Plymouth ,,,.. Floating Power Ride-- in 50 words . ;!i or less. . .: 4 judges svill be appointed by the Ply. mouth Motor Corporation and their decision will be final. In case of ties, tv- duplicate prizes will be warded. A 5 have the dealer sign your entry form. ......, Then sign your name and address and mail it BEFORE MIDNIGHIluly 61, 1932, to the Plymouth Contest, 341 Massachusetts Ave., Detroit, 1.ich. Tell, in your own words, how and why Plymouth FLOATING POWER makes riding so much smoother and more economical CAN YOU DESCRIBE the sensation of a Plymouth Floating Power Ride? Briefly. Simply. Dramatically. We'll pay you handsomdy if you can. Pay you at the rate of $20.00 a word many times the prices paid some of the most famous writersif your description wins. Read the simple rules in the box at the left. Follow them carefully. Get your entry form today. Any DE SOTO, DODGE or CHRYSLER dealer can supply you. You'll want to ride in the new Plymouth, of course. Look at the car. Be observing. Ask Plymouth owners you know about their carsabout Plymouth performance. Describe the sensations of a Plymouth Floating Power Ride. Tell what Floating Power does to an automobile. Write your impressions of Plymouth's patented Floating Power. Fifty words is the limit. Brevity will count. Ten wordsfive words may win the first prize of $1,000. Remember that Plymouth alone in the lowest-priced field has patented Floating Power. That Floating Power wipes out all vibration. That any car that hasn't floating Power is out-of-date. Look at All Three Lowest-Priced Cars Comparisons will help you. And don't wait! Get your entry form today. At any DE SOTO, DODGE or CHRYSLER salesroom. What an opportunity to win ready money Plenty of it! And what a thrill riding in a new Plymouth to win it! alt7-"Isb 10 NEW PLYMOUTH M iDELS$495 and up. THRIFT MODELS: 2-doorSedan,$495;4-doorSedan,$573.F.0.B.Factory. 5 9 2 T Ir1 I .-7 117.7P IMAM W diodombi:AHO algadda. inrimatSialeb IMMEDIATE DELIVERY - DE SOTO, 150DGE AND CHRYSLER DEALERS 7 Sa LEE cen Dia Sic 1 1 1 The Tribune MIME mMEININEOMINIIIMINI, , ' , , . , . e : e ,, , 1 j 4 1 ......, I "I) 1 ri - rhy m g ical ay win in the .oating out all boating ! "S 1 today. YSLER 1 money riding D D p. THmrr 13.Factory. 592 SWir. ..,11 1 I. ki. iiiii...1- AMP LLERS 7 r.--------,,,,---P' ..,,mmilmo... stemsomossoillsassususe taken as an Col. Henry , ORDER RATE nr Barrett indication Chamberlin, director of the CHARGES THEFT I., i Crime commission revealed yesterday. OF GAS-P IS SHOT Shop Upstairs and Save! 130 Murders So Far. l BY MERCHANT -, fatiii-Al - 1- , - ' si cripin tam NvOasthhienrgtloa ecit Washington, ddi , which Chicago to cago 1 ...La.:, ,1 Pi Frederick C. Heller, 2252 North La i f ' t S stealing f ng gas a antoros confectionery ..,, ll-l'A--4.'11 trails in the rate of murder, are n- , , t p71,.. ,, , . ,1 '111:1;,'i, i i :r 0 I Crosse avenue, an inspector for Peo- , OPS MIMI-1007S cinnati, Kansas City, Miami, New 0Hrolueastnosn, . Louisville, Memphis, and pies Gas Light and Coke company, was shot three times in the legs yesterday : .-. - 1 ill .71::-..N Li....., . 4 I 1 - , :.-:'.... c- , , 3 .,. , ....,,11 i s, i . ,11 li --I- - 1,,,j: - r - '; .. I i- "' I , ,-.' Only 130 murders have been corn- when he accused Ernest Santoro of I'DU- n 'c!-T.L.,..., ;44n -;4 n li I l mined in Cook county thus far in .' - 1 1-11.,, 1932, the figures compiled by the crime i, i 1 Il :t ri i ty aj 1 'll. -49 commission revealed. A table showing store, 9644 Commercial avenue. 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Dramatically. Remember that Plymouth alone in the -----,' :- , . ks.. z,-,,:" ---,.---, of $50 .4, ,,,,, -t 5,000 ----------- 14 tc't!E--i,":----,''--::z.7-,i' 100 prizeS it ,,, it ., --; '7 ; ,:c-II's1----.;;:-. 200 prizes of $25 PC13 We'll pay you handsomdy if you can. lowest-priced field has patented Floating ..; 3 - i ,,,-,-,,.,.. .-s ': p-, ,-;-,-- f-, 300 prizes Off slo . 5,250 :- - .. :.-------' -,,-------4,',-,1--.---,-- ',1---:.;31 ..-- . Pay you at the rate of $20.00 a word Power. That Floating Power wipes out all -fr-14 ,;-- -s---:---- - ,.-,-----,- -.-.-''''7-1---ri- , 1050 prizes o$25,0 - S5 ---- i 0 , -1 many times the prices paid some of the most vibration. That any car that hasn't floating t----- - ---.-, -------- ,..'-f-------, d., 1703 prizes ,.---- ,-- ''., ,. ---..---cti;-- fo En ter famous writersif your description wins. Power is out-of-date. ,,,, -, t4-, - -'.., ,, ,---- .,,, !, o El a S y t, . is . , , - ,... ,. . , ,,..,,, , .. MIROPMEMEtiONMENEMEM .". ..,::: :; ;, ''. .1. ,. iNt, Read the simple rules in the box at the Look at All Three ?i lpst KIL'... iii,,-t- ;-. gl ust be inn nil Iron' left. Follow them carefully. 2., Alt entries ln a be secured o Get your entry '"',. "gC) ,.:;,1; ,:i-'.. .filc,' 1,':',;I7,:::Ii;'!!:!:.. form whch tno, y or ..!ii.. t '''...--:.:.141-t:Z77'.''''''''-'(:.'''' 1' le'r-retts:ncoOmf Pleetge .11 .. Ab" 00 ., i geentri DeSotn Dc'db wren the best de form today. Any DE SOTO, DODGE or Lowestced Cars -Pri . frizE ,, . ,--?rt-- 0 :::: $1,0 4 v. , CHRYSLER dealer can supply you. Comparisons wi n the eau,. f a plymouth 3. Virile o ou can give() 50 words :. : :, al e: e scription :,ower itide'ln will help you. Floating drtsfritocgiast .:?..,i,,,,:,,,. .14:" 'Pse"'', ,! tt...., -' -'..,.,4. . viol, i i , ,:.. ,,, .,, ;; , 5 or less. ill bre a I, You'll want to ride in the new Plymouth, And don't wait! Get your entry form today. Corporation aend ttieeisr, . - Judges w . ..,....z...,. .,,,,,. .. !1;:,,,, 1 , 191:1 1)ealers.. At any DE SOTO, DODGE or CHRYSLER , aeciston W11! w II9 ' al be aard a of course. Look at the car. Be observing. N , ,,,-, :ii:ii:i rues sy try form. r0 . ' - '''--,,- duplicate P n your en . - '' -'7.:- :.,-e; t r.V. -01-,:i .;.:-:i,:' , . ' - . the dealer sig a address and Ask Plymouth owners you know about their salesroom. ,-,,-, ,.....- , ,,-,,,,, ..:,-- -,;,, 5 Ilave our elnie lin In luill 61 .....:t; ,r .. c; ... , .,e, 4. mottl? Istot.?.e. :nahLry appointe b the PIP' Then sign V at miDNIG 541 ..".....0----7,-;-, --. - i ,,I.:m , !I, - ..t.!,i. ii- '''r ' ,,,t . is. ;:;,.;!i 0- -.' 1932, to the s ye., Detrott, Mich. carsabout Plymouth performance. What an opportunity to win ready money 4,0 0 !;Oi:.!,f;:,!,0 $ I 0 ty7,-- e r Massachusetts i-k Describe the sensations of a Plymouth Float- . . . Plenty of it! And what a thrill riding o :',Ztop 0 ,.,-,-. 's::ii.l'ii,i;,',:lifilit?,, P RIZ P4) ,.,,,,, .e., :las .eoi. in a new Plymouth to win it! ing Power Ride. Tell what Floating Power :,.: dk,Slo ,t,,,,.,- .C-2.. .,.:,. Con.test! does to an automobile. Write your impres- 4,4 to-) E'D ,.,.. :.,:.. . ,,.,r,,T........:. mail it DEF Plymouth f . .t'f i rt- ' ' ( 1 i 4; 1 '":7'2'11 '' ;IfiLzi.N .t, sions of Plymouth's patented Floating Power. , , r ,... z i --1-1, , , . ,L,,,:,, . ,,..,,......c , .,...,..... ,..., ),........v.......mme;pmr2nri.....----- ai A :lir.....1 ,.---lionsiiii...;...,,,--- Fifty words is the limit. Brevity will ...,.. U 1 ,.....-- ...z.,,,, ..., , --',,P , ,, ,, 0,. 7-7,17,,,,' ,,,o,,,.,. , ,, 1114Ici , --, J , J ,i,,;,,;44.404;;1777TM.,1-,,;,11;;;;);:f i7( 1 i ii 1,1 )........ , , C)e- :!,:;,--2-&:----:.-- I ' .;,,'H. ' ''' :44:1- I' It'.' 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TUNE IN on Chrysler Motors Radio Program, personally con. dias ducted by Flo ZiegfeldColumbia NetworkSunday evening; A IMMEDIATE DELIVERY DE SOTO, 150DGE AND CHRYSLER DEALERS j. : , I-. 1 -:'- .-: I.,:,, : l'I', ,c4.. ,1 0,ir:4. . :.:::.06,' -1, ta -:: 4 t.,,,,..,:,, s it' ., 1 i 4 ., , ii, . .4 ''' ''''' ,. i .. t ''.., Z. ..i '4,. ,... A sr , ,,P,,,.. '..4,, 1 ,,f , ', -1.1, 2 :04 c- -!-v '. , ' 4, . xr,,- .4., -,,, - i t A f- ,..,,,, 0 , ,,,,,,,, -,-, 4f .- . o'Ar,. . , - , -4 ... ',.' .' . ' f ' 4. $ , ' , 0 6 ,, s k';''; e-i'''''''(11 l.' 4,, ,,, ,.s., si . I- 44, 7' , zv; - lf 4'1 LI . ,,,, ,-.....,.,..'il., ,-, ,I, I Society News! I b

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