The Huntsville Daily Times
The Huntsville Daily Times
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Description: Sunday's Son Faces Serioius Charges;
Husband Is Jailed As Wife Rebels At Last;
Shires Reaches An Agreement On Salary

Date: March 26 1930

Newspaper published in: Huntsville, AL

Source: Library

Page/Column: Page 1, Columns 4 & 6; Page 2, Column 6

================ Page 1, Column 4 =================
SUNDAY’S SON FACES SERIOUS CHARGES
CHICAGO, March 26 (AP) – Geo. M. Sunday, 36, son of Billy Sunday, the evangelist was held by police today for Los Angeles, Calif., authorities who telegraphed he was wanted there for bond forfeiture and adultery.

================ Page 1, Column 6 =================
HUSBAND IS JAILED AS WIFE REBELS AT LAST
EVANSTON, Ind., March 26 (AP) – Harry Gordon, wisecracker and practical joker, has landed in jail.
Mrs. Gordon had him put there last night. For years, she said, she had endured the usual line of jokes and tried to smile when Gordon admonished his friends not to take any wooden nickels. She had eaten salt for sugar, been squirted with water when she smelled fake roses and seen any number of cigars explode.
But last night he introduced a new one. Mrs. Gordon brought a girlhood chum out to the house and introduced her to the husband. He shook hands, looked his guest over quizzically, remarked that she needed a shampoo and dragging her to the bathroom, gave her one.
That, Mrs. Gordon told police, was the last joke.

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SHIRES REACHES AN AGREEMENT ON SALARY
CHICAGO, March 26 (AP) – Charles Arthur Shires reached an agreement with Charles A. Comiskey, owner of the Chicago White Sox today. He turned in his signed contract and will leave tonight for San Antonio, Texas, to join the club.

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