Decatur Evening Herald from Decatur, Illinois on October 22, 1930 · Page 20
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Decatur Evening Herald from Decatur, Illinois · Page 20

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Wednesday, October 22, 1930
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'·V^'^Ky-^r: 1 ^^ D E C A T U R H E R A L D , ' · - · . . - · · ; - , · ' ···"" . . . . . *«. tfacteior Taes Bride Diamond Mow* to Prison Ward on Welfare Wand 17. S. Cruiser Oft the Brazilian Water* "" · -^i ·^·t 1 ' (Ily 7'ni-lHi'A A i l n t n l c l A f t e r wlth*rnmlinh' the wile* of Iho opposite sox for these many yonm J. Nicholas Brown, richest bnohclor in the United States, ro- putMl to tic worth over 1M million do) tarn, stiectimbed to the charms if Atin SenMon Klnsolvlng of fiultirnoro, Mnr p 1nnrt, and they -were ·wod the other dny h«frru largo itathurlnfc of soriul elitu. Here the rouplo t«n bo scon lonvinj; thu church in Baltimore After the ceremony. Illy I'M'HIu tt A n n n t l u i While police probed squealer's tale that Jack (Lega) Diamond's bodyguard stole the gangster chiefs gun, just b e f o r e the shooting in the Hotel Monticello in New York, the ace racketeer himself, snarling and kicking at attendants, was moved from the Polydinic Hospital to the Prison Hospital on Welfare Island, in thu East River. Here crowd of curious are seen gathered about during Diamond's removal, Egypt King in Public Appearance · . · ^ American Fishing Boat Wins Race and Lipton Cup Uij I'jirilJf* Ailmulo While much h e a v y fighting raited between the F e d e r a l troops and the revolutionists in tbe vicinity of Sao Paulo, with both sides claiming heavy gains, Secretary of State Sftmscn, as a precautionary m e a s u r e , for American subject* who would like to evacuate Brazil, ordered the light cruiser Perwncoia (seen above), to Brazilian waters. It is reported that a large order for arms 'and munitions for Brazilian government is on way to this country. President Acts Lowers Laura's Mark 44 Minutes Kings and sunshades don't usually go together, yet here in his majesty Kins Fiiari of Egypt, holding a white sunshade aloft while on an inspection tour of some new public buildings, which were recently completed and opened in Cairo. The regent Is surrounded by his ministers and attendants, and received ninny a cheer from the populace aa ho made his -way about on inspection trip through the town. In an effort to alleviate the unemployment situation President Hoover named committee, headed by Eugene Meyer (above), governor of the federal reserve board, to draft plans for action. Under spur of the tcdernl government's AugRcntion and example the committee hopun to tsee · vast new program of construction arising throughout tht country, With the record for the e*nt-w««t trans -continental plane for women (lien slit I warm in tbe gra«p of Laura Ingall*. Mr*, Keith Miller, Australian avialrlx, KW(50|»*d down from the «k(«» at Iot Angeles after flight from New York, cuttinc 41 minutti frnm Laura's time. She IK Keen here lien in IT the register at t-oi An|l«i just after landing. Sh* negotiated the flight in !fi hours. First Train Over New Bridge i l t y I'u.-illr 4 A t U m l l c ) Making itoud the boimtn of the fi [oncost or flu her folk llutt she wuj tan bent flshtnir croft attout, the (Jcrtrudo L, Thebnud, American eon- tender for the Thomas Lip Ion cup, became the dmmpinn of tho north Atlantic by virtue of her victory over the Cutiadinn defender, Blue- *nM, In tho sec unit rnco of the serica flit' Gloucester, Mass, Rldinjt before a fair wind, tho American vktur In soon here crossing the finish line 7 minutes nni C? seconds nliund of her Canadian rivul. Three in a Row for Glenna Mayor Convicted Army Noses Out Harvard, 6--0, at Cambride iVIiiynr Thomas H. Godeon of Kj-ringfleld, Mo. {above), was sentenced to two years in the federal penitentiary and flned ft0,1)00 in federal court at Springfield following Ma conviction on charges of conspiring to violate the prohibition laws. Bawling a capacity crowd pf 59,*78 persons gathered in Soldiers fleW, Cambridge, 'MawTtoWitness the gridiron clash between Army and Harvard, the Cadet eleven tendered a 0--0 defeat to'the hard were pretty evenly matched, i'* A i l n i i i n r Preliminary to formal opening · of the Southern Pacific's new $12,000,000 Martlnei-B e n t c i a bridge, epannintf C a r q n i n e i straits, the first train crossed t h e * gigantic s t r u c t u r e recently. Special party if rnil- TMd cWci " lf ' mwlt the «« « i n « l » »«« New Envoy ihas ifrwwrts »c c £r^^ Mrt^rfc)*^^ m ^^- gp*vra «£ New French Cruiser After Going Down the Ways Latest in Fighting Ships i l i r i c l f t u * AUiBtlc) Winning her third wiccessivo ntktlonnl women's golf championship, Glenn* Collett dtfented Virginia Van Wie of Chicago e and 5 before fag* gallery at LM Angclw. Gtonna (left) is shaking hands with MlM Van Wi» befoM start of OU-hote nnnl match, with trophy between fhftt. U w»* Glenna'a Afth title in til and her second time to bea HIM Van Wi*. Statw L* T. , t ^ ' ' f --»«r ·"·"I* ** f viuci* t j,' iB|¥uc* n«n V11 r IB HJn DM '4TK1 recently as President Doumergiw, of France, and many other notables looked on. The new French war dog, 15 seen here prondly tiding at anchor shortly after she hud slipped down the ways. Throng* can he seen gathered on pier in background. ng Waap-powerod alnglt tester, capable of per hour. Through synchronization, machine ilana li in the air. TbtM l (Ctnrftttt Httt i J. Reuben Clark jr., who wti rt cently appointed niw Unit** ·mbasMdor to M«*le» *# Dwlfht U«rr»w, It tfM ben a» he le»m tht W«*t Houu In Waibinfton* D. kfttr aMlat PreaWent before l«avmf for hli Mr. Clark wan ttttmw! ot AUwtie k SPAPER

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