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May 13, 1930 - Image 2

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National GGuards Patrol [otwn
EN S IDSA T Ri s Governor Poclas n j
WA a and Rovirosa Crash IntQo atalLw
S" O Lurg Electrical Stotr (u AII)N3GGQS )TO
0 Costa Xica 7C
W i 1military court was called here to -
Distanc.Fligh Mrrk Ws Aii day to inquire into action of 'a mob,
Y~Ar~ nI-o on. which Friday night Yiredl the court- -
An-~eica oast.hou c, killed a Negro who h ads at-
(Bly Assoraled FThsc -t~e htewmnadte
SAN TOSS, Costa Rica, May i2-! . c cstryed three blocks of property m
The bodies of two Mexican air-iai ieNgo eto. O T
men, who 'surivedl bullets but died Cal. Lawrence >. McGee, con- ~edxesday, May 1, 8:15 p. in.
In an elecrical storm, lay todayV in "Em<S :a n)c:i in g eofficer of National = ( ^.. Soloistp-tn
a norglwe at the. Atlantic coast' Guard smen1 who took chrge of the P9tC'Y' GRANGER Panio
town, Porto Limon, after a gallantciyatr1,nihuneGo.Dn1 I CCAY TOK
bu tfutile attem pt to break th e ' i SPraHiht u d r G v ~ n F ~ E 1 K S O K ON dY cOR C
but~~~ Moody' ma~tial law prolamation-o cr
wrd's lon~g distance flight record.; ! said he would leave nothing un- Program
Col. Pablo Sidar, ice of the Mel- ! done to "get at the bottoml" of the12 Overture '"Lebsfruhlng'....... .. ...... .
lean aviation corps, and his co-pilot . occurrences. Aria, V Sulsajna Nonx Vin" from "The Mar
and mechanic, Cat Carlos Eoi -~-~.Car u
f ll ito the sea about three____________ Sixteen men were held awaiting I Fantasia, "Francesco Da Rimini".....
r--a __ - actin o this court. Fourteen of= Concetinlo for Piao and Orchestra....
miles south of Porto Limon about - .. r the prisoners also were charged bye Percy Grainger
ci.t. un~y Whil ,nyig tls- a lg at; the etpense of the governmnt a large dleation of muothers, whaoe sons died in actionl federal officers with violation of a ogs W Gh rche lstr n
cape an electrical- and hall storm. durriig lte Wold war and who were b uried in Europe, sailed recently to vist thaeir sons graves. Ybefore their the prohibition laws. Other arrests a renkcVson
Wihtercahda f ii e~Partpre, the gii star mothers wvere tenderedl a farewell greeting at the New York city hal. Sbtown in were expected to.. follow..........gen
Wihtercahfroftethw-eepcedt olw satihn
einset arc represeitatives of file city and o the Amnerican Legionr presenting the first badge sigifying A coroner offcally declared .Mn.Di
tlne oedown ithe ame'a arsscan atiembershi ,pfin the first groutp of mothers to vst the b ttlefeldls andi cmeteres gin urpc. -George Hughes, the obs' victim = Syphonic Variations for Piano and Orchestr
Pacific ca--o-hlean-crs--_
hc rg n ne a ditn e o 6,0 nl T fl Ito have been suffocated in a record ' Mr. Grainger-
lull 11''-' iadistnceofr6000iu(vault in the courthouse. Hs body
riT O iles, they tCraldo utLoco ([flJ I,1IrLUiill' neve rtheless, was dragged through- SECOND CONCERT
~4es ~'ey eftCeiro oco(Qrzy ,uRU ~I I1UII~ cre ri.the streets and then burned aa-
~~~~~~~~~{~~~~~~~til) near $an G~eronimo, Oaxaca, reen iR eJ.1ectiO Y'1S cre nteNgods TusaMy1,81 .m
Shra oaywsbgnnn ojkxico, at 5:21 a. i., alniaost 12 4 I N roit ere nteNgodsTusaMy1,81 .m
FALLpllr 'malie olci What Now? stituting a would-be actress for the! resume its normal activities.A RDLY eo
E at's w oiPro~ton~___-IMR E Y ,COTen onrat
l3~ h broies o f tn iet ovn- r rtu .Sak~ iitrToday's openhing is "Let's Go'j ihale, forms the basis oDutr ursehoeesilwi AN, RL LDGEBs
that of Col. Sidar being dashed into IIIhere fr2 er edr Places" atth uet''nidnal- i Kao'stliei tsls- dya stationed at the corners of tleH PAUL LYSSCNxrao
1r~et.Te mnpae ffr2 erTnesa h urn ~cun ~i u atuya courthouse square with machineW THE CHICAGO SYMPHONY OR
fl~ag e n ts T h e on op an e; of l , sh uld i h a v f ail d y o r n o th e ichi a n .MKat o n iL se n.as !i-LEA D,.R HC ontinnin oo ( Pig
Airian make and known as the Rlesignation of Post. lyIhudi aefie orn- h ihgn etni ena guns and w re patroling the streets PALMER- CHRISTIAN, Organ.°
ice, thpe opening dates of the threes the manager of a beautiful but of the town?. A heavy guard also THE UNIVERSITY CHORAL UN
"Morelos," after the Mexican in-
de endent hero, was smashed into PLANS TO REMAIN HERE local houses are so arranged that1 vapid beauty contest winner from was,- maintained about the jail,!R FREDERICK 'STOCK and
ait. <___a new film opens every day of the 1 where the tall corn grows. Anita where the 16 men arrested after- o EARL V. MOORE, Conductors
Trhe two airmen rose at Cerro After forty-six years in the mnr- week except Monday. The Majes- Page portrays the latter givingth the Qiets preaild.in herityram
Loowithout difficulty, despite the yQ-etpProldgrameciy l
fioe isrr wnyfv fwihhv i pn nStra n ens mrsinof being too well suited dyc uda, reteti = King lDavid," a Symphlonic Psalm, in three
-to wei ,00gallso f garshp;wic solinolyfv f hc ,tetooes e nspent, inAnn Arbor as pastor J day, the Michigan on Sunday and lto~ -the part to ever become an act- difficulty being in directing the =_- - Rene orax ....
Their progress was reported' oeca- of, the First Methodist church, Dr. Thursday, the Wuerth on Tuesday traffic of swarming thousands of o SpaO chAltoandOrgSli ana
ionaly throughout Sunday, and Arthur W. Stalker will preach his nd Fiday "Free and Easy" is ex- hsadFrdySunday -motorists drawn by curi- j Passacali anad Fugue Organir.:..:
~ve sifin ofth cure romth lsfseronnet epembr.Heof Itiemelv funny in spots due mainly oshty to sec the ruined courthouse, (Tascribed for Modern 'Ochestra by
?acisfti g h coaste too the Atatcc astsemnexSptbrHof I The schedule is suoject to change Ito Keaton's antics. A B comedy. and the Negro residence district "Magiificat," D major-
aused no anxiety, since it was pre- ficially resigned his pst yesterdayi as when the Ma holds a picture-I stormed by the mob. E For Soli Chorus, Orchestra a
;umed adverse 'weather confditions after an announcement to officials thraeniciganekst ar thismdweek I "; nai Oo"ecoses oaya A military order prohibiting theJ'
(ad been "encountered on the first! of his church on Friday inight,. te iciaattracismi-wektiontnaMon oossioayatWednesdayf or ha tre, THinsteadttacio n edetheistadIteMajestic followed tonmorr-owby prc n ogega tire ~oesthndeltr TICONCERT
Abot 4p. n. he lan pased During his ministr y in Ann Ar- of Thursday. "The Rogue Song" 11"City Girl." At Detroit's Fox this discourage the sightseers.- Friday, May 16, 2:30 p. M.
we ot iineigsuhaogbor, Dr. Stalker has seeni his Icn- I.will be so presented.I week is "Double Cross Roads" fea- Most of Sherman 's Negro popu-
he coast. A few minutes later, as gregation expand from slightly (tilting Robert Ames and Lila Lee!I ation of 1.500 to 2,000 was back Solists R WG IE; RICIioin
the skies were darken'ing with an more than 500 to a pret enroll- But- - in a story of gangsters and ro-I at home after having fled at the JHLN'SHITE, AL CHORU
ipproaching s torni, it reappeared et fnary24p.Hs etn- Bc to "Let's Go Places,"' a mu- , 'nfihe and what not. Frankie ICHeto ftemo cin O ILDE EST IV CC A jHQRU7
pparently making for the town to !j"- g sical ofering with a more or less I Jeniks 'remains as Master of Cere- ficers were paying espe'iai atften- PALM R CHRISTIAN.Orgait
ad Asfthe first drops of rain ' tiori to officials on Friday indicated coherent ,plot. The story revlves monies with an "Overtures" revue. tion to protecting their lives and j = 1JUVA.HIGBJ3E and FRDERICK
ell the plane wobbled and was seen that he believes the local organiza- about the 'andsome 'ro, fired from B. J. A. 1 property.
.o fall into the sea.Iion has grown too large for slim to hd job who, starts for Hollywood 4 - - --- ------.----- ---- ------- Program
Searh for IVehani.bepyilyaletcoines with an ambitious manager to i M Concerto No. 4. for Solo Violin, TWO Pfflets at
Sp is .sgoopreCO~ieredl the bodies b guidyingllhad.e taotied cash h iem.Ukoinlve --- I-Sns ith Orchestra
if t airmen frpn-x the shat- its giighn.He satdthat lhe casIhecnea Uknwngyhes Lotus"Flower..
tO' "wditotecnrgto toassumes the name of a noted Hak-akteLr------
tw water into which the plane fell. oe tt h cnrgto of'rnhsne n ohsete ..1ESn
:-arch cogntinued for the body of a leave the leadership of this great ;fe igrads a nreIIHrHr h ak.. nepie to the sacred studios. He goes over IICide' etvlCo
uir man at mechas icenaead -entrpiin younger and stronger big, falls in love wyith the leading S -cherzo,, from "Midsummer Night's "Dream" . is:hn
shpb oMk-gregation has accorded him since us, but Frank Richardson as the ; - ( LI E YCr inlemao for Vioin and 'Orchestra
C ase ofresen c etr w as u de - eaijo ned. ioredsoo illn w i ch sh eir n- A U N E R S C A NEsL V ERanaonc rto inisma orfhim oenreF sti al o
anzealou s ang r o m oreer if or- iOnRiugrogRveraoheFo tRied rcire
~riebti a eivdt eueof his famcily and himself of Imonies (appeared here at the! i O= T ° CONCER
he unusual weight of the plane to-- the present parsonage at 123 North ! Michigan last year) who went over i Friday' May 16, $:15 p. .
;ether with hazardous atmospheric State streetfoaslnapeids big as the ambitious song-writer
onditionis brought on by the ap- he desires to occupy it. i"Sny Side U p-Alaska? That =- =-- -__ ~- Soloists: DUSOLINA GIANNINI, Soprano p
iroachinig storm caused the crash. - ice hs arrival as head of the gives me a geat idea for a song! I'I <'' --! RICHARD BONFsLL, Baritone
The accident recalled the death1 local body in 1905, Dr. Stalker has' Ill-ask-er if she loves me!" THE CHIICAGO SYMPHONY ORt
f Capt. Emiio Carranza, at Mount dvlpdtersucsadpy Lola Lane has the feminine lead ! SHOWS STRTN FREDE RICA; STOCK, and
oly, N. J~, two years' ago, afterW ftU rE 1% H, sical property of the church about doing- quite well. Songs and dances TODAY'-I JLMRECnutr
to had set out from New York on 400 percent in estimations given aren't bad, but the frequency of ________________________________ Program
non-stop flight to Mexico Cityr., out yesterday by members of thea this type of show only earns this a IRJ~W(T Overture, "Fingal's Cave"---------
,i htning was. believed to Have F AN board of trustees. The church now (good C+. You may like it consider- I _' Aria "Vision Fugitive" from "Herodiade" .
c~ hinpane. vMxiac. !owns a spuid block of frontage, ori ably, however. IRC A D O LANE'RihrBoei

,MUAY, MAY 11, 1930
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Artists Concrt

4c'-,utruyinu~w I its equivalent, onl Huron,' Noth= "Scene by the Brook" from "Pastorale" SYmp
"ol Sia alyhdtkn the te and Washington streets. ? More Inside Dope. JOSEPH UJAcGTA i+ - Aia "Pis Grand ans Son Obscuite1' from"
lace in Mexicani affection left +va- Ine A imilar stoi-y to the abocve, sub - Sutefrm Dusolina Giannini
ant with the 'death of Carranza.1 ,illV IIIlIIIlIIIIIIII1iIlJIII uI IIIIll--- Su------------6ro "The Betrothal"........
ist 27 years old, he had earned a' lil11111I1II111111I1II1li11F 9 Ai,"Crdo" #ostn "Otello" .........
a.e 'for daring and skill. During RENTA RARes.WII 22266IH1Mi. OiIc 249 e, M. onll
psA D nc'wssotda n h: CRS. 26 P.AfCADE2145MYeUE i Bolero ....... .-.
Fic revolution of 'a year ago his, R sLE A M R D TAIU RDNG AC DE Y a, Co..s." Mss.in.~
liee besid o e adhim.e Ce R S HOP I =RSTDIM IDN South Main and Keech Yu'l cvS oGtte ong teysl gndte dances a,'Cchna(is ersion)"afdoFinale from
wan bsadfataist. RcetlEwenRiding Lessons by Appointment wYo 'l n ve' Atge teaon snhei511aaduseda ce
Ssitafatin lint e tin- wern 615 E. William Dial 22812- A. W. COWAN, Mgr. EI they do. "Tnhue-........
fstx IohrLtn-mrcn'a1=1 ntiry, he placed a wreath on the '11l 11 111 u1lII1i11t11iIIIiiiIIIIiIIIJ'.-dtI1iiIEI1111lIIIIlIlIIII1E[if ~:kinhere's a wonderful love story wh'ich'i is cast with _I
ae of its aviation hero, and spoke- brilliant singing and dancing stars. I FIFTH CONCERT
I.e woaids, "hasta luego,"-"untSatu.a.Mayall _3
ilmet a au1nF''When quetioned j LAST TIMES I---Sat ~-~ _____~ y, Ma-x , :3p. m.
e s h u g e d h is s h o u l d e r s a n d s a id T O A Y- -ol ist:_U Y A_ u ria is
fy was a dangerous gain -G o LEE PATTISON, Pianist
he woUld somnp day beTECIGOSPHN(?i
t~ldupn o ayit pic. .:~. FREDE~RICK STOCK. Conductor
t _"._ , .., ":Program
- -' Overture to Egmont ....... .. . ...
29% DISCOUNT ON The NDellini[toJO rgoA lgoModerao
F~ATR~hT JEWLRYScreen Presents Aai
J,1rr, Patterson 0.& Auld Dain Allegro vivace~insad rhsr
60 hrc aeDaigEConcerto in Ei flat for two inoadorhta
,; - [ ______________ IanAdat con ioto
A pdpt c-r g /:, B _ondoAllegro vivaee
yBeautiful Joan in her peppiest - Saturday, May 17, 8:15 p. .
S HUBERT LAFAYETTE talking role. She sings-and . Soloists: NANE TTE GUILFORD, Sarano
Alxne(cai rsns Ihow she makes love! There's e-bO(3 PAUL ALTROUS3E, Tenor
R ichard Bennlt t plenty acio, oo ard ralI HAE CHIAOIOBass- OR
Iia Saticia 'Dbunkng Cmed TII CHIAGOSYMPHONY Ot
In ASatnc alI~eunkig Coedyal-star cast. With- Z0) ALV.MOECodtr
________MACK__BROW___i_00 PALMER CHRISTIAN,, Organgist- S M~
,. 5:00___ _BUSTER KEAJHNTACKONRON{7-(1Program

shorty. ......-,Beethoven
"Refine. de Saba":. -Gounod
-. . . . . . . Verdi
Overture, ane
" Concert

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