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JULY 11, 1930.
NEWLY PAVED ROADS OPENED IN LAST WEEK Heavy Tourist Traffic Is Reported by Indiana Highway Board. Numerous new paving jobs were completed during the week and roads went back Into traffic service, the state highway department bulletin announced today. Tourist traffic was reported as being heavy. General road conditions were listed as follows: Ro*<l I—N.rrow h*rp turn* between Bt*vtlle end Metimora Rottl 3 Twenty-flve-mile detour from Lowell to K'fcron. Run-.round at Benton. Road 6--D*tour east of Road 49 is two miles Detour from I.lgonler to Kendall- Viile la 72' j miles Road 7—Closed between Wirt and North Vernon. TrafTle detour over state roads Indlanapolit-Madlsor tr.ffle go via Road 39 Detours Are listed Rosd —Detour from Greenfield to Junction with Road 67 Is fifteen miles. Detour south of Columbia City for heavy traffic is S', miles. Light trsffle use run-around. Detour between Columbia City and Merrlam is ten miles. Detour from one mile north of Howe to Sturgis. Mich . Is five miles. Road IS—Detour from Warsaw to three miles south of Leesburg Is live miles. Road 31—Detour from Ohio line to one and one-half miles north of Boston Is eieht miles. V. 8. Road 27—Detroit three and one half miles north of Liberty is four and one-half miles. Bridge run-around Just north of Deerfield. Detour Just south of Geneva Is six and one-half miles. Detour from rt. Wavne to De Kalb-Alien county line is fifteen miles: twelve miles of which is pavement Bridge run-around two and one-half miles west of Auburn Road 26— Detour from one mile west of Romnev to one mile east of Romney is three miles (Open July 15.1 Roed 29—Bridge run-around one-half mil# south of MlchiganSown. Drive care fully past grading gangs between Burling ton and Mlddlefork. Bridge run-arounds at J'j. s. 9 It and 14 miles south of Logansport. Detour from two miles north of Winamac to nine miles nofth account paving is eleven mile*. Care Urged In Driving V. 8. Road 31— One-way traffic at north eitv limits of Columbus. Short detour tn Greenwood. Bridge run-around at north edge of Carmel, over railroad tracks should be driven carefully. Bridge run-around at two milea north of Carmel. Road 32— Temporary changeable detours between Lebanon and Shannondale. Drive slowly Just west of Noblesville. Road 33—Detour from Sellersburg to New Albany is nine miles over pavement. Ro.'d 35—Detour from Salem to New Alban is thirtv-slx miles. Roa> j.v- Detour from junction of Roads 26 and 51 to Dana Is ten miles. U. S. Road 40—Dustless detour for one half mile west of Bridgeport to paved Road 36 Into Indianapolis la two and one half miles _ . Other Detoura Given Road 43—Detour from Cloverdale north to U. S. 40 Just east of Junction la twelve miles. Detour from Crawfordsvllle to Lafavette is thirty-two miles. Detour from five miles north of Lafayette to Brookston Is eleven miles. Detour from Frances \Ule to MedaryvilSe is nine and one-half Detour from Medaryville to San rierre is eighteen miles. Detour at one mile north of Wanatah is five miles. Rosd 44 Datour from Rushvtlle to four and one-half miles west of ConnersvtUe Is twelve and one-half miles. U. 8 Road 50—Detour from one mile east of Haydon to North Vernon is seven miles. : U 8 Rd 52—Datour between Anderson- Tille and Metamora account construction Is eight miles and will go Into effect about July 14. Road 53—Detour from Montmorenci to four miles south of Wolcott ia twenty miles. Detour at four miles north of Rensselaer ia four miles. DUNCAN’S FIANCE TO •TALK’ WITH ACTOR Faces Fncountcr With Asther Over Actress’ Beating. fit ( Hitril Pm HOLLYWOOD. July 11. —Rex Lease, movie actor, charged with beating up Vivian Duncan, the ac tress, has gained a brief respite •from prosecution but was reported today on the verge of an unpleas ant encounter with Nils Asther, “Miss Duncan's fiance. While the screen colony was compelled to wnit until July 31 to hear Lease's trial on a charge of .battery preferred by the "Eva” half of the Duncan sisters’ "Topsy and Eva’* team, it was understood that .Asther was .ntent upon "talking" .Ihe matter over with Lease. : Asther, a Scandinavian film lum inary. was said to have kept a vigil 'of several hours in front of Lease’s Tlub, but failed to find him. Lease has maintained silence about the •flair. •NEW STRIKES FEARED ‘Sympathy Walkout Likely at Butte . Over Coal Deliveries. JT "rent BUTTE, Mont., July 11.—New aympathy strikes were believed pending, as Butte's clash between •union and nonunion teamsters and machinists entered its fifth day day. Violence was averted Thursday ©nly by heavy police protection of nonunion workers filling to Jobs left vacant by members of the uni-n who walked out Monday because of wage reductions. The unionists have protested coal deliveries by nonorganization men. More than a hundred deputies have guarded the latter. Seven persons have been injured in outbreaks. DANES HONOR ANDERSEN ■fiw United Prtu ODENSE, Denmark. July 11.—The people of Denmark turned today to ward the quiet brook in Munke moellestraede alley, where many years ago Hans Christian Andersen *at as a youth and dreamed the rirearfls he afterward put into some of the world's greatest fairy stories. - Today was the 125th anniversary of Andersen's birth, and a belated tribute to his flights into make believe land was begun with the dedication of a beautiful new me morial hall here. Saturday there Will be an elaborate pageant where y>ne of Andersen's stories will be reproduced. AUTO DEATHS INCREASE fin Lulled Peru • HARTFORD, Conn., July 11.— Automobile accidents have resulted In approximately 13,500 deaths in the United States for the first half the Travelers Insurance Com pifiv estimated today on the basis of incomplete country- wide reports. 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And Bond Bakers guaranteeing the purity of , • , . . , the ingredients. believe you will agree that here is a substantial, VraaN satisfying loaf, one that is nearer to home-baked C 3||\ bread than any you ever tasted before. etveT \ e es tte* V ° U wlgA Isn’t bread backed by such assurances of its (M \ ie teM £ uaT goodness worth trying? In this city today thou- YllPil v\JiL\ sands of women are finding that it is. Their enjoyment may easily be yours. " lllliiiiif The b, “ d -ffljff GENERAL BAKING COMPANY f TUNE IN h ) , T t Your next-door neighbor’ Bakers of Holsum Bread WFBM —10:00 a. m. .™ o ,mTdng s , ls , s .n , m.y J 318 W. Vermont Street Riley 6465 * * * f . > THE INDIANAPOLIS TIMES PAGE 9