Decatur Evening Herald from Decatur, Illinois on October 20, 1930 · Page 14
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Decatur Evening Herald from Decatur, Illinois · Page 14

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Brings Bride Back From West TFar on Prohibition Act (ily Pncllh! fc All:mlk) Evolving a new theory of the Jack Diamond ahooting, New York police sent out an alarm for Jim Dalton (above), once the vice overtord'g chauffeur, ·who, it ja believed, led the fang that shot his former bosa the othtfr in New York hotel. Detective* believe Diamond was shot in street first and later in his hotel. * Ailqnoc) Fifty thousand ^pounds of dyna- mite'created this artificial water- ·pout in New York harbor the other day at blant wa* set off to remove the hulk of the once proud S.'S. Fort Victoria, which had been endangering navigation for the past year. The charge ·was set on* from a rowboat by a hand detonator. In ceremony at church at Valley Forge, Pa., Chirln G*)b*rt, *b ·how » brilliantly for the St. Ixiuin Cirdinuli in their world itrin clash with the Atnletlci, became the husband of Minn Cnct R»tit, and many perionn prominent in bancbtll circlet were prcient Hm the bride and croon can be »e*n aft they leave the church efter tfet ceremony, ' * Reds Storm City Hall in New York; Routed A three yettr, campaign,to repeal the prohibition act began officially in Cleveland, p., the other day following a dinner at which the Crusaders, nation reform group, .opened National Cruidera week. During the three year period crusaders will attempt to raise 110,000,000 which will be used to fight prohibition. Here Fred G. Clark, commander in chief of the campaign, is welcoming Frod B. Coudtrt jr., New York attorney, principal speaker at the dinner. I l l y l'tiHII! A l l r l l H t i r J . Haymond l.unn, son o[ Public Service Coin miaaio tier HeorKU K. Lunn of Schonocttidy, N, Y., vixitotl his itmndparenta in Denver, Cot., ho mot Mist* Kivlra V. Anderson, lovely Denver miss. It wan love at first Right ond thulr murciaite resulted a few weeks later. oean hero at Scliunoctftdy where they have takcp up their Fire Rages in Yale Dormitory, Two Slightly Burned Power Plane at Will I H r l'K''i'if » A i l n n d . - i The (lying bathtub, 1* what Df.le Hamilton, hivenUir, colls this intur- ehangeablo glider and power plane seen hore boiiiR dumon^trnted nt tot AnKeltti hy Pilot It. C. Wcynnt, It Is the first cm ft of it* kind and It can be changed from a glider to power plnne by the insinuation of A motor which tokon but a fow moments. Missing Broker's Plane Still in Dies in Crash Solder than ever, 1,600 ndluli Btaged four rioU in New York City in the one day. Thli one ouUlde city hall culminated in a free-fowl riot when Red* attempted to itorm a meeting of the hoard it MR* mate. Mayor Walker, ju»t out of sickbed, nemonally meniew a Communist apeaker with hii aravel, W«r* a fallen red in being aiM to her feel; by fellow Radical*, M police usher mob (violently atw) otherwise) from the park. Son of Noted Producer on Campus n . . . . . . . ")' Ciii'iiii! f c Auanitet Dormitory full of. students was perilled by this fire that started-in room of Vanderbilt scientific hall at Yale, in New Haven, Conn, Two sophomore occupants, J. L, Lillet)thai of New York and G. E, Woodruff of Louisville, Ky., were slightly burned. They spread th« alarm and fire was rapidly extinguished. (BrPuUht* Atlutk) Lie.ut. William W, Caldwell, ,*rray flier (above), met death in' a mountain bli«*rd when nil fast pursuit plane crashed near Lookout, Wyo,; aa h« sned^act- ward, .accompanying- Lieut. Edwin Woodrtng, army pilot, on flight to New York with the Japanese ratification of the London naval treaty, whkh they had picked up from ship at Victoria, B.'C. - . . · . Women's Amateur 'Golf Tourney Gets Under Way Still parked in hang .nd tS? pl^brottjtS f r * 'LP 1 *'" 1 * 0 . Municipal airport, this Bellancti monoplane which Charles V, Bob i* .h*» C !£'l .r^H% f 2 ri ;* tl i'; tl °* We missing New York millionaire promoter. «« n «. B «?i*J'^'? (1 ? tof ^ h * "·*·! "d Mi"'"*' »"·« h«d been dissipated by wat presented to district attorney in New York. With a sizzlmg tace that produced some of the mwt spectacular golf of the tournament, favorite* swept through to victory in quarter final matches of the thirty-fourtf .womb's national amateur cham- p "J^S* ^°» A"K«K Cal, Here Is » ; ffeneral view during: the opening pli'y at to* AngaUi club. Title is being defended by G)enna Collett for fourth tiiiw. * ««·««· ,\ Lookinf M If they were about to break out In a buck-ami- wtiff4M** for the cunera, George M. Cohan jr. (right) of New York-iwi,**. »· , noted «tor aid producer. Is ie*n with hli cousin, Tom of .MonteUir, N. J., on tb «»mpua ot 0*ot««town' in WMblntton,,D. C, wh«r* botV boyt art atadente, quite decided whit IwMjia* to do *h*n M frti «ut of ifthoo premt-lw aerieuily aim* for tin wari*rb»*k potltion OB wt . . ... . . · ' ' · . inidtet ' ' ' Copyrltbl 19JO; by [tb* n to help e-ibe IV Mrt, OWelH. , r William taraow "America a tow ye*M ago. ' · ' AttwUe ' 'SPAPPJll

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