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August 15, 1933 - Image 4

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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The News Of The World As Illustrated In Associated Press Pictures

Vivian Tracey (above), 20-year-
old former employee in the Kan-
sas state treasurer's office, was
quizzed by Federal authorities in
the Kansas bond forgery scandal,
but she said she was "too dumb"'
to know anything about bonds.

Lucille Robinson, 20-year-old Des Moines golfeir, is shown with
the cup she won at Oak Park, Ill., by defeating Virginia Van Wie of
Chicago, 6-and 5, in the finals of the women's western golf champion-
ship.

Sheriff Thomas B. Bash (right) of Kansas City chanced on a
gang murder just in time to use his own riot gun and kill two gunmen
as they were slaying an enemy. .Here he is shown with Lawrence
Hodges (left), a deputy, and T. A. J. Mastin, prosecutor of Jackson
County, Mo., as they examined weapons found in the gangsters' car,

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William Hamm, Jr., (right), millionaire St. Paul brewer who was
kidnaped, is shown in conference in St. Paul with L L. Drill, United
States District Attorney, just before Hamm appeared before a grand
jury investigating the case. Drill said he would ask indictments
against Roger Touhy and three of his henchmen of a Chicago gang.
Senator Put In His Place NEW TOOTH IN JOHN
By 'First Come' Adage CHICAGO, Aug. 14.-(P)-John
Aichner, of suburban= Roseland, has
WASHINGTON, Aug. 12.-(P)- just cut a new lower front tooth, his
Senator Robert P. Reynolds, of North first in 35 years. After being tooth-
Carolina usually enters his office by less more than 20 years John, who
a side door, because the outside wait- is 76 years old and bald, figures that
ing room is filled with callers. But nature may go the whole way and
one day, in a preoccupied mood, he provide a job for the barber, also.
swung in the front door and made a ):><) {cm {).- :::;
bee-line across to his inner office. A ^ DANCE Jack Nelson's Band
Free adm. Park plan
big-shouldered man got up and , OCEAN or 50c couple
grabbed him..
"Just a minute, buddy," said the BEACH Via Saline, Clinton,
visitor. "Sit down and wait your P ER and Brooklyn, to
tun. l EClark's Lake
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The Stirring Picture of Young Love
Facing the Facts of Marriage
"Anot:her Language
Helen Hayes - Robert Montgomery

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THE FIRST NEWS SERVICE
HUMANITY has cause to be grateful
,to Nathaniel Butler, who published
the first English newspaper regular-
ly. Through his initiative, also,
was originated the first news-gather-
ing organization. The printed word
has contributed no small share to
world progress,
-- TODAY news-gathering, as exempli-
fed by The Associated Press, is a
highlydeveloped. and specialized -
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SEASON AJESTIC
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