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CHINA GIVES PERMIT
TO 11. S. EXPEDITION
Roy Chapman Andrews’ Gobi
Desert Work Receives
Official 0. K.
By the Associated Press.
Permission for Dr. Roy Chapman
Andrews to conduct another expedition 1
Into the Gobi Desert region of China i
and for the shipment to the United j
States of the collection of fossils and '
other objects collected in his 1928 expe- I
dition will be given by the Chinese !
government.
Dr. C. C. Wu, Chinese Minister here, |
made public yesterday the decision of
the Chinese government after the ques
tion had been discussed with him by
Secretary Stimson at the request of
President Osborne of the American
Museum of Natural History in New
York City, under whose auspices the
Andrews expeditions have been con
ducted.
Permission for the new expedition
will be given by the Chinese govern
ment, Dr. Wu said, on the understand
ing that his finds will be dealt with
according to a proposed law now being
drafted for enactment in China to pre
vent indiscriminate exportation from
the country of ancient objects.
At the same time, in order to promote
scientific knowledge, the- Chinese gov
ernment has given orders that some 35
cases of fossils, collected during the
1928 expedition and which have been
held up in China, be allowed to be
shipped to New York.
The American scientists contended
the fossils did not constitute Chinese
relics, but were part of the record of
the prehistoric world and, therefore,
belonged to all people.
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ALICE RHINELANDER
PLANS COUNTER SUIT
Kip’s Estranged Wife Ready to
Open Divorce Action From
New York.
By the Associated Press.
NEW YORK, June 13.—Counsel for
Alice Jones Rhinelander, daughter of a
colored cab driver, yesterday disclosed
plans for a counter-offensive against
their client’s husband, Leonard Kip
Rhinelander, who was reported prepar
ing a suit for divorce in Las Vegas,
Nev.
William B. Cunningham, one of Mrs.
Rhinelander’s attorneys, said that for
more than a year he and his colleagues
have sought to serve Rhinelander with
a summons in a separation action, but
had been unable to locate him.
“It Is likely,’’ he said, "that with
fthlnelander now located we shall go
forward immediately with the sepa
ration action.”
Rinelander, a member of one of New
York’s oldest families, who started so
ciety in 1924 when his marriage became
known, was reported from Las Vegas
to have lived in Nevada since January
1. under an assumed name, and to have
virtually completed the six months’ resi
dence necessary to start a divorce ac
tion.
■' ■■■■■•
EX-DRY AGENT’S SLAYERS’
TRAIL IS LOST BY DOGS
Intensive Search Being Made for
Men Who Ambushed Ala
bama Officer.
By the Associated Press.
HUNTSVILLE, Ala., June 13.—The
persons who killed R. Hugh Craft,
former prohibition enforcement agent
and Madison County deputy sheriff,
from ambush as he drove from his
farm home near Ourley to Huntsville
early yesterday, have been made the
objects of an Intensive search under
way in this northeastern section of the
State.
Craft’s body was found slumped over
the steering wheel of his car in a ;
thickly wooded section at a spot about
half way between Gurley and Hunts- |
ville, which are 17 miles apart. The \
left side of his head had been practi- ‘
cally tom away by a charge of bird- '
shot fired from a shotgun. In addition
a pistol bullet had been fired into his
forehead between the eyes at close
range. Officers expressed the opinion
that the pistol shot was fired by the
■layers In the belief that the shotgun
charge did not finish Craft.
Bloodhounds traced tracks from
Craft’s automobile, which was wrecked
against a tree trunk when its driver was
shot, to a roadway across a mountain.
The officers believed the slayers entered
an automobile, where the trail was lost.
MURDER TRIAL DELAYED.
Attorney for Dennis Saylor, Ken
tucky, Twice Objects to Jury.
PAINTSVILLE, Ky., June 13 (£>).—-
The second technical objection to a
Jury In two days yesterday caused the
postponement until October of the trial
of Dennis Saylor, charged with killing
four persons and wounding another in
a brawl In a remote section of Johnson
County several weeks ago.
Saylor apparently was the only un
wounded survivor of the fight in which
Lee Gibson, Wallace Hannah, Gibson’s
wife and his 14-year-old son were kill
ed. Wayne Hannah, brother of one of
the victims, was wounded and had been
summoned as a State’s witness.
Two panels were summoned, but Say
lor's attorneys found legal grounds by
which both were rejected by the court.
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