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July 22, 1933 - Image 4

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Michigan Daily, 1933-07-22

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY
ProfThe News Of The World As Illustrated In Associated Press Pictures

Solution of the kidnaping for ransom of August Luer, aged banker of Alton, Ill., was claimed with
the arrest of four men and two women. Three of thase held were, left to right: Miss Norma Vaughn of
East St. Louis, Ill., Anna Musiala and her husband, Michael, on whose farm near Madison, Ill., police

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Isaac McCarty (left), cashier in a bank at Altamont, Kas.,
proved his deadly aim and courage when, concealed in -the bank, he
shot twice and instantly killed a bandit, Kenneth Conn, who was
using Mrs. McCarty (righ ), as a shield.

"Along Came Bud" replaced the dreary blues songs of Helen
Morgan as she introduced her husband, Maurice "Bud" Maschke, jr.,
of Cleveland, before a Chicago night club audience. Their marriage
last May 15 at Newcastle, Pa., was a secret until Miss Morgan in
characteristic position atop a piano sang her "Along Came Bud" and
the young Harvard law school graduate walked over to her side.

Jack Dempsey and his bride, Hannah Williams, former Broad-
way actress, are shown at a Nevada resort shortly after their mar-
riage at Elko.

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Shore, Jack Pulford, Chris Kennedy
and Tim Costello, all of Sarnia, suf-
fered severe injuries, and six more
were taken to a hospital for obser-
vation.
Physicians said all will recover.
Although volunteer workmen con-
tinued to dig in the wreckage this
afternoon, they said they beleved
all the men had made their way.
from the wreckage.
Describing the sudden storm, sev-
eral who were caught in the col-
lapse of the loading shed said two
gusts of wind, trgveling in opposite
directions, met -just) over the build-
ing. - With a sudden roar, the long
shed was lifte~d into the air, drop-
ping on the men beneath.° All were

at work loading sacks of flour onto TOBACCO HABIT DANGEROUS
freight trains of the Canadian Na- CHICAGO, July 21.-(P)-Her us-
tional Lines. ual evening cigaret caused the death
The sheds are located along the of Mrs. Cruz Martinez, whose son
shore of the St. Clair River, near said that she was 108 years old. Sit-
the mouth of Lake Hur'on. They ting on the steps of her home last
serve as a transfer point from night, she fell asleep. The cigarette
freighters of the Canadian Lines to set her dress on fire. She died in a
freight trains. hospital today.

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