Decatur Evening Herald from Decatur, Illinois on October 17, 1930 · Page 29
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Decatur Evening Herald from Decatur, Illinois · Page 29

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DECATUR HERALD 1 A 24 NEWS Rioting Reds Clubbed and Routed in Boston. Mass. * Surrenders for Questioning - . Here From France to Study Manufacturing McthMHoover t ^ - * Bring/} Girdling Jaunt Communists who hail given advance warning °' their intention to hold a demonntraVion ia Boa- ton, MHH»,, attemptwt to hold a meeting outside the Hotel Bradford, where the Federation of Ijahor is holding UH annual cou- vontiuti, and attached polite ·when onu of their speaker* was arrested. Police club* and fists f jw freely during tho meleo timl many casual tins resulted. Hero coj in )i old ing onto the sleeve of rioting rwi, white caMfntf lot the Black Mni'itt, Sought by New York police for questioning in the shooting of .lack (Lejrs) Diamond, New York racketeer king whn was riddled with bullets when gangland iruns barked from the doorway of his nuitfw in the Hotel Monticollo, In New York, Jacob Ginsberg, owner of Uw hotel, missing since the shooting occurred, ia aeen hurc as he arrived at the district attorney's office after surrendering. 4^' Troops Form Guard of Honor for R-101 Victims tin*-- ;M Sli -'31'v , ' ·-·· ·**.-: "JxWS*,^ ^·^ · ,j.r . Jr*^*'" 9 ·..' .^W -" ·?-^TM A ' : ^t '·V -t ' · - · · - · ^. ·: · -,W*|3lif · · : - · ' '^^* ··*$ ttei ,'*r8. ISM ^ » ? f / **;·. '· tho sou Jnjf ni!.!' |lii:iJ I'nr ii wcstwiiril nirjiUtii' 1 nnd slciitnship t r i p uround world, have Won completed by Blirrltiy K. Warburton jr., grand- of thi) Into John Wannnmakrr, n i i l l i c n n i r e dt-imrtmont stora find fii)n of a prominent New York brokor. Warburt^n will nir frnm Los Ancelea in tho near fntitre nwi is seen hero study- cliwrl. o( jinijio.iwl cinirMe, hctwevit tefit hops, ft:. .)·. '%?;, m f H.r I'Mirn; * AI /"'/i/J/f fi Q/7C French troops with arrni reversed formed guard of honor for caisso V/l/t'H*jf/OCO bearing the remains of the iorty-six victims of! the 1W01 disaster from wfnt of the ^iitastropha to the railrond stntinn at Bpituvni.s, Franne, where IP.nglish destroyer waited to convey them to their ewnmon grave nt Uardington, England, View of m o u r n f u l procession cnn he seen here. Rnbio's Sons in Catholic College Bone Dry c minut-en n f t e v tins lust boy had left the hiriiding, and at w*ro Nwerping up, this gymnasium o£ l.he Univcisity Settlement in (.'·hk'difo cotlnpsied vith a rouv that could he heard for miles, and although none W«K injured in the occiirence, 000 children of the section wors deprived ot rocrration facilities, Eoyn are mournfully viewing ruins, All Germany Honors Stresemann I llv I V n - l t i v J I ; AU:iiill.:) Dinjiall»(Kd with the apparently wet plunks ol tn* Dumocrntic and Hopublican party in Now York for coining gubcmntorlnl election, tho - bono "«7S haw minted Hobcrt Tnns n ftrTO U, professor nt Syracuse iitiiversity, (above) an their candidate who will run as on Independent on third party. U!-I'acHic * AiUntlc) TbJB group of men constitute the tauter* of the cut ton industry in France and ore seen her* *i they arrived in W*w York City aboard the S. S. 1'rancu far a Uur of thin country, during which they will study manufacturing melh- oils now heini; uTMd in the mills jhroutfhout the country. They are, l.tor., K, J'nifant, 1', Benurn, R, Dnndenrieschc, H. I'oiinc, JJ, Dufour, K, Kainrhille, H. (,'uepy and P, Callit*. Indicted Funeral Services for Andree ·S** V iX* :.. M V-'";fer:^ prctident Cabinet ( To For .»v '/«" . WASHINGTON font HO'tver, rt-c on w* mu*t r to thow of ' honMt dlffli § lute winter monO Tb« P' 1 " 1 P rov: Han ot organize!) fcut bro»d«n« th- nnt«« elowr cod eftlei with t IV Mr. Hoover: 1, Co-Op*r*tln ml employ Of *t»t»« «r HIM, mr(hnt* w! I. Direct f»iei public work X tommtttee 01 Mr* *·» 'named irtgrim * ft d PO ,.»n, The ·*« ijrlcultur*; M1 T f ( , Labor; l*rn Wilbur, Interior The proa rem f iqnt men l of Bit*ur* undci-t ,ent nine* l.h« u itfon Developed. [iMilIt* »re being Hoover'* order tlon 10 exclude Finite work pi r ,«s)d«(it con.'' tier* and bns-ine ind Mr, Hoover With hovei-nori- i nit in their »» -ill;- I 1 . . - i ! u - *LI.11,111-1 Maj. S, Duygherty, bunker and brother of forrotsr nttorney (jen- er»l Harry M, Daiijjherty, was Indicted on 58 counts the other day by grand jury in Fayctle county, Ohin, on oharywi of misapplying (77,000 from tvco banks in Ohio, which he heiulfd. He atnn ftgui'sd in the investigation uf the TeupoL Uomu oil lease The reliiriouit works of I fit 1'«.'11t.'l A I lull' 1 look down en the btniii's of WHhoui pnhl ki been callins urlnjr the rc^nn ontrol or Infln* ·r financial Into tnntraiiL to the tn h« calt«il tb* WWHi HOIIB tV,»y nit cam* com* tn line I* ' are with prtval* dir »v*r tht cle»tH "Durtaft 'he p Bit Pr*f(d»nt'ii haw been In f (nine fit (h* c' of methcc August Am)r*e, Xilw Slrindberg HIK) K n n t 'rnnkr! as tlwy J»y ) . -state on calnfaltiuos ivilhin (he Imlloucd fircl* of the ('(uiKi) MMyt*!!" 1 " . . kan, Stockholm, Swivli-n. during the linn) si'i-vici'p fur ihi'si! lardr adventbriTi whoTM hodivit luid lost in Awlic fttsiiif*s f-ir ihiriy-inn* years. Here is a view during the services, Jlodios were A*k . "Th* eebtnet BB lh*sc con Model Home of Health Becomes Mothm A c h a r m I n ir pwlrnit of Philip Lovcll, M, !,, noti'l I,o* AntTi'lcn nnttire doftur, has int of the most unique homes, in Southern California, Tt is conHnifM^d of «l«el and concrsle, and c\nn,t throntthout IB of ultrn violet rny ()ualjty. There is an inside living ronm and an outdoor nloqiinp _porch for every m e m b e r ' o f .the family, A ««m))lct«ly equipped gymnasium is nlno on the premises. }lire i* front view of home, (he Dultc who wi'on lilt)* ilBUItl Iv 1'riw*** .Aimi', ler of the Hno ric Uuiw;, !*«· tender to (ho ihrmi* of r" rlt * y K»VC tiirih iT. SI" 1 w«» Will neek t tmt bwritiftw )* Uonal Indiiftrii h*d on (o Km th« liift y*nr. th» fed*rftl f work* Nnd the tlon nmont *h Vg»ih(r with trhlrh w* *"M ttntence." ASK HI FRENCH I.I --Pr««ldent H (tiled upon by ·til Kewnpapei umblcd at thi conference het Uooaey Clllins Character kit 1"(" the courc tbut far In cot the Students at Northwestern University Vaccinated be placed crime in editors but Mrnbl* to n them In w . A rtudy of All Germany jutntiil hntula in rritilering a tribute Lo cvne o.f their most prominent post-war figures on the flrxt tinnivpiraary uf his death, nnrintr the ceremonies far the late Gustav Strewsemann, former foreign minister, a monument was unveiled in hi* honor. His widow and her son, Wolfgang, ore seen hew en their way to the grave. iB? Puolfkfc Atlniiliot Despite el] agitation against churches in-Mexico, t\vo sons of Presi dent 'OrtlK P)io have arrived at St, Benedict's college, a Catholic insbitntiun ;-. Alchison, Kansas, for a year's study. They are Guillemo (U ,), Fernando. Behind them are Salvadur Cocte» Rubio, a cousin, v i i . is a senior at St, Benedict's and the Rev, Sylvester Schmitz, dean ji the college. Widespread vaccination of »tudentn, both co-wto and men. aimroxlniiitely 6«rt In all, t« at Northwestern university, Rvannton, III., to guard agilnftt imBllpox epidemic, that Hank Bruder, ntac halUpack of the univerRlty '· gridiron squad, wu nlttting from thnt diswse. Hera co-edg arc being Inoculated in the »irl»' infirmary. A . . (Copyright 1930; hy PfttWc ft AtlMtUe i » : - . . VSPAPERl

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