Decatur Evening Herald from Decatur, Illinois on October 3, 1930 · Page 28
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Decatur Evening Herald from Decatur, Illinois · Page 28

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Friday, October 3, 1930
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DECATUR HERALD *^^^*^****^u^U^MlMttMlM Hawks Shatters Another Record in Mystery Flight Gouraud Arrives as Legion's Guest Probe of Soviet Wheat Trading Gets Under Ship on Rocks, Crew Lands Safely ilti Rat ins hi|;h above the clouds at an hv^niRc speed of 254,1 miles per hour, CapL Prank Hawks, do luxe diw, unofficially shattered another record, this time his flight being mnclti from Detroit, Mich,, u. Curta Field, Ii, I., a distance of (MO miles. Ho flew in a Travelair Mystery wltin*, powered with a Wriffht Whirlwind racini; motor and covered distance in li hours and 41 minute*. Hawk;' plane is seen here rolling to stop after landing. Grab Probed f Of Pacific / Accompanied by ft stuff of Frwich oflicers, Gen, Henri Gouraud of the French nrmy and hero of Paris ) n the late world conflict, is seen here aboard the 8. K. He Do Franco, as the liner docked in New York. Ho conies to attend tha animal convention of the American J^ejrion in Boston, Mass. Vessel wits dressed with American and French colors, A congressional inwatitmtion headed by Cungrrefwroan Hamilton Fish jr., is seen her* an hearings get under way in Chicane, Into ihc recent action of th« Soviet government in sellinp short Home 7,1)00,000 bushels of wheat on Chicago market, Prob- ccs seen here itt opening are 1. to r, ( Congressmen Kohert Hill Miss,. E. Kslick of TCDD., JlamiJ- ton Fish or N. Y., John Nelson of Muino and C. Bfechmanti of West Virginia Relics of Andree Expedition Troops Pass Before Hindenburg in Maneuver Finale Wlti-n th* V«1f1an »t«»m»hlp Ida went en the rocks off Devon, Inland, entire crew were wnveywl »uWy in shore hy miins of ···'jus pulley. Seaman Vaavoalx, hero of the episode, leaped into thu ·fit and «w«m asuor* with life line to which pulley WAS attached. Hi'i'e a member of tho crew Is itva striking tho water as he slides n*htire bj menu* of pulley. Swirotnry of the Interior Ray Lyman Wiliiur, declined to accept the resignation of Ralph S. Kellcy (above), n.i chief of th« Keneral Iftnd office at Denver, and suspended him instead, pending «n investigation of ' hia c!iurges tlmt bip oil companies htwl been shown favoritism in ndniiniatration of slmle oil lands. C1 1 * t* t mi SV » / " ( · ¥ A » « * Sophisticate Takes Command Cruiser Division ·^ Paul von Jlindenburtr «t»l his militnry of artillery corps PASS in review as the final bell rings on ,.,, elaborate autumnal maneuvers of the German army. The former German war lord, who Ivd (icnniin army n^ninst Allied troops in tilt World War, t* jwon mounted in left ' ' Th« remaining relive of the ill-ffttd Andr*c MnMiliw wtikh cm* to ifrief on Whit* Ifl«nt, in the Amic rritionfi, whon t l i ^ i r Iwlliwn flight to the North Pole wn» unfHioriwful, lire tfn In?!-* fl* (hoy ·rrivod on the liner lctbar nt Troinftoe, Xorwny. In foreran)'! (* * *loJg« used in lr.k across fruxon wast03 ,it)i just o)ove ()il4 can b* »ecn Andrce's U. of C. Take Santa Clara Into Camp, 19 to 7 Vets Coax Last Drop at Reunion I Hv IM.'itl ' A A l l , , , , t n r ' lel«t*bl* In th* woril fur this silk CT*P* pftjantft In Vionf I jrrcvn trimm*d with a narrow limd of lil*ck, whit* nod ff.-.lnYn rod. Th* upp« part of th» blouw flharirn into pal* yellow which is ro- In th« HninK of the 1 A d t n i r n l (Icurjfy iMurvvll, is here reiulinK IIIH irdt'ra di- ti(( luin to natmmp vomluitnd of HIB lishl cruiser division mid litrht criiiwi' division \\\\, at the r. S. noniKintr tlt'ut, as his two stnr llnjt wnvcit proudly f r u m tho Mnin Truck of Ihc U.S.S. N'nrth- amptan in Eiruoklyn N';»vy Yard, Members of thu Hilci division, world -war veU'ruiw, sloped llnir annual re-unum nt Cnwji Cordon, AUimtn. Ucorgm tlie other dny nnd a ^ootl timi! wits had by all, a hupfu burbccuo being jwrt of tho program. Near hoer wn* timunK the refreshments ami here a group of the hoy* are seen tis Ihoy VOHX last ilroji from keg, High Seas Batter English Coast in Recent Storm Water Plane Gives New Thrill I t l v I ' . H ' i n . ' * A l l a n l l v i In thw* «lr minded days, cvi-fythmjc. it scornc, is ukinc win«,s. N'ow wo hnvp'thln new type water pliine. whii-h whon ttiwed hehmil specdbont can furnlnh th« riifrr w i i h plnntj' of thrtlld. }i«ro Younjr. tiopular movie star, ia seen in one of these new thttll dovieoa. The University of California, in their opening tilt of th« season, ticked. S a n t a C l a r a College eleven into their vest pocket by a score of 1!) to 7 before moro than 40,000 fans who jummed Memorial stadium, lkrkcley, Ca). nnil this timmial picture pur- truys ono uctive moment in which, S a n t a Clara player hurdles U. of C. man to tret at forward about to be losacd by East, of Cal. For Congress Ace Golfer With Year's Trophies Attempting to hrsnk a precedent that women cannot run well politically in West Virginia, MM. Mary McKondree Johpson, of Parkersburir, W. Va,, a former newspaperwoman, is aeon her* after having boon named l)emo cratie con(rre*Rional choice in the fourth district of that state to iucc«d th« )aU J, A. Hughet, Shortly after his reception on arrival In AtlnnU, OB. Behby who not the unprecedented record of cnplurlnBi four major titled one year, finally nuccumbcd to the pl«tlini[« of tewn of " " lrt rephcrn anil pulled tills year'* four trophfeo from hi* vast ·' and in men here standing bo«itl« them with 0, C, KellT Cups an I, to r. British open* American Amateur, Brit!nil * and American open. (Copyright 1930: by P*ctte Altantte Photo* »«· » NEWSPAPERflRCHIVE®--

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