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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

FRIDAY, MARCH 4,193S

Contact Sought
With Kidnapers'
Frantic Father Makes 3rd
Appeal AfterEight Days '
NEW ROCHELLE, N. Y., March 3.
-VP)-A third appeal to the kidnap-
ers of Peter Levine to "make contact"
was made late today by the father,
Murray Levine, signalizing a disturb-,
ing lack of progress in the case on
the eighth day of the 12-year-old
3oy's disappearance.
From his home, where he has been
keeping a long, anxious and fruitless
watch near the telephone, Levine
sent out this message:
"I appeal to those holding my boy
to mnake contact with me at once.
I am ready. The way is open. The
police and Federal authorities are
not interfering and will not inter-
fere.
The kidnaping was brought offi-
cially today to attention of the State
Legislature at Albany, where As-
emblyman Robert J. Crews, a NewI
York City Republican, offered a bill1
to authorize payment of a $10,0001
reward for the apprehension and7
conviction of the abductors.
The kidnaped boy has been missing
since Feb. 23. All attempts to trace
his abductors have failed.
State Health Group
Asks Disease Report
LANSING, March 3.- UP) -- The
State Advisory Council on Public
Health has ordered that -contagious
disease "carriers" must be reported to
State and local health departments
by physicians, under penalty of prose-
cution, even though the "carriers"
are not ill themselves.
Dr. Don W. Gudakunst, State
Health Commissioner, said that while
contagious diseases have been report-
ed in the past, there was no provision
for reporting those who spread dis-
ease when not ill. A fine or jail sen-
tence are the penalties for failure
to report.
The Council also ruled that chil-
dren suffering from communicable
diseases may attend school if under
"proper medical care." Heretofore,
children were forbidden to attend. I

Pershing's Chances
Are Still Doubtful
Although Brighter
TUCSON, Ariz., March 3.-(P)-
Two physicians kept close to the bed-1
side of General John J. Pershing to-
night with Lieut-Col. S. U. Marietta,.
army heart specialist, cancelling ear-
lier plans to return to San Antonio.
The physicians were more reticent
than at any time since the early
stages of the General's grave illness.
A 13-word bulletin from Dr. Roland1
Davidson said:t
"There has been no appreciable
change in General Pershing's con-
dition since last night."
The bulletin of the previous night
disclosed the kidreys, .which once
ceased to, fuanction entirely, were giv-
ing trouble, and described the Gen-
eral's condition as "still serious," al-
though there had been no actual
retrogrescion.
POLISH EDITOR DIES
DETROIT, March 3.-(P)-John
Weland, one of the founders of the
Polish Daily News and the publica-
tion's managing director until his re-
tierement in 1917, died here today.
He was 85 years old.

Search Continued
For Lost Airliner
FRESNO, Calif., March 3.-OP)-
Aerial searchers joined ground par-
ties late today in the first compre-
hensive effort to find the missing
skyliner which presumably crashed
in the mountains northeast of here
Tuesday night with nine persons
aboard.
All hands headed for the vicinity of
Castle Peak, 80 miles northeast of
here, on the strength of a new theory
that the storm-trapped air liner was

crowded far off its course as it un-
successfully sought an emergency
landing.
The searchers previously had pro-
jected their efforts to the region of
Huntington and Shaver Lakes, 35
miles to the northeast, where aerial
flares. and mysterious shots were no-
ticed about the time the plane was
in trouble.
Fliers in the searchi concentrated
on the Castle Peak objective after
M. B. Pooling, San Francisco air-
port executive, and Wiiliain Coyle, a
Transcontinental and Western Air
pilot, reviewed the available facts and
suggested it as the most promising
sector.

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