SISTER-IN-LAW FOR BARBARA?
Broadway hoars that Elsie | Conjectures are ha a*-if on Ur
tiossi, above, termor Zi. .• f«• I*i newed att* mi ions being paid
i hoi me, may In I'uinr -i t«- i-in law the showgirl by Henri von Huug
of (. ounte.-s Kurt Haii/wit/.- witz, brother of the count who
Reventlow, the former Barham recently became hue
Hutton. 10-celit lore lioness. band in Rena.
TRIPLETS BOOKED WITH CAMERA
triplet liaby daughters born to when first introduced to a cam-
Mr. and Mis, Halley Ilollings- era. Two of tlie thive lept. peace
worth, fanners living near Slay- fully while the third made no ef
toii. Minn., failed to he impressed foit to stifle a healths' ynsvn.
German Ace Now U. S. Soldier
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The Lieut Max Mueller (left), German flier, who was shot down behind
~*; 'r** ~‘ 1,1,4 * yf ' a,s a K° a,, d made a prisoner, is the same Corp.
q* * f ''.‘Lht), who now is serving with the 81st Bombardment
i-ujuAiiton, ~ Air Corps, at Hamilton Field, Calif. He becaimFan
Atie-i icon citizen and joined the Army 12 years agp.s
TOBY WING VISITS INJURED DAD
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Capt. Paul Wing
Recovering in Samaritan hospital
at Macon, Mo., from injuries suf
iired in the plane crash. May 6,
to which five wars killed, Capt.
I ohy Wing
Raul Wing, executive for a Holly*
wood film company, is visited by
his daughter, Toby Wing* youth*
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HENDERSON, (N. C.) DAILY DISPATCH, SATURDAY, MAY 25 1935
PUBLIC ENEMIES MULCT PUBLIC OF $100,000,000 A YEAR NOW ON U. S, EXTERMINATION US] "
Owaey Madden Dutch Schulte G«org« DeMange Ciro Terranova Joey Weiner Louie Buckhouse Jerry Sullivan Abe Zwilman Aug.* F lSauo
These were named as chiefs of gangs mulcting public of at least $100,000,000 a year.
“G-men’' moved to cooperate with New York police in enforcing new Brownell state law,
«tucc presumes criminal intent as lb* part of police-recorded persons.found associating
ANOTHER BIG DIONNE FAMILY
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Exclusive photo shows a Dionne
family of Waltham, Mass., lately
increased by a second set of
twins. The mother, Mrs. Evelyn
Marie Dionne, i holding the two
week old newcomers, Raymond
and Roland. Another et of twins.
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fn the> most serious disaster of a
series that have marred the Lfnit
ea States fleet maneuvers in the
Pacific, six naval flyers perished
when seaplane plunged into
the ocean after circling above a
Candid Camera Reveals Coughlin Mood as He Invades New York
Candid camera-portraits by Arthur Sasae, artist-photographer, reveal swiftly changing I
ui&OiU ox B*v. r athwi** Of iletroit. mb< laced barrage of- New York new#- |
I three years old, Richard, left, and
! Robert, right, and another daugh-
I ter, Jeanette, live, are shown m
j center. The father, Joseph IM
| onne, is a World war veteran,
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i Dionnes of Callander. Out.
second plane that had descended
in distress 90 miles north of Mid
way island. Layout shows the
relay station at Midway island
and a map showing the spot
where the nlaim went down.
I with each other While their activities center in New York, the jamincation of the 1 ,
strike-breaking, poultry, extortion, “policy,” laundry, bucket-shop, .whisky fakery «„.
I vegetable, rackets extend in many other sections of the countr*. jCe)u,ul pi
I Anno Domini 1935
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This striking cartoon is the work of the noted German cartoonist, Godal. now in the United .States. It
Was drawn on the occasion of sentence to imprisonment ot German Catholic mins bv the Nazi government
Mrs. Roosevelt Spends Two Hours in Coal Mine
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‘Very interesting,” was one of
she comments of Mrs. Franklin
Roosevelt after spending two
hours in a coal mine at Mellaire,
0.. watching operations, and dis
paper questioners before addressing monster gathering in Madison Square Garden on
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cussing wages, working conditions
and safety precautions. Mrs.
Roosevelt is pictured with miners
in the car in which she rode into
the side of the mountain drift
mine, operated by a company
founded by Mark Hanna, Republi
can boss of the ’9o’s. An ad
dress?at commencement exercise*
of People’s university followed.
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