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 - coi form] with requirements of. the Sti te Fire...
coi form] with requirements of. the Sti te Fire Marshal's office, which will include a general clean upj of the premises surrounding the, bu [ding. Changes are to be made. ?:00 and interment will be.beside in' he appearance of the front and an r unsafe! condition is to be renedied.j under the agreement, ac< ordlng i to a statement given th< Tribune by Carl Shiel, repre- sei .ting! his mother, who accom- pa lied him 'to Tipton Monday and wi I remain with • friends until Wi dnesday morning, or possibly loi ger. Fire Chief .Loseyi stated also the agreement .had been reached, r ; t was announced following the seiving of the order to raze the bu Iding, j by William H. |r Hanco( Hanco( k, real estate man who has his offices in the building that J the order to ! tear down the building would be contested. He pointed on': that the building was a solid on s and with a few repairs could be placed In excellent condition. "he !•building Is one of .the; lai dmarks of .Tipton and | 'was erected soon after the disastrous fin i in the seventies, which swept! corner inow;•' used by I' the; ' " 'H«oni,;-jH Informed the Tribune! unsuccessful robbery attempt. It was decided to wait j in ambush for another appearance. of the thugs. : ; ••'.-.. ' Three deputies aided Sheriff Van Antwerp in the firing. They were Jerr>' Lar : kins, : \VilIiam- William's, William's, and Harr Neal. The Detroit Detroit post;;I inspectors were Roy La Forge and Earl A. Barnmir:. None of the |ufficerS';Was hurt. Sheriff Van .| Anjtwern, led the raiding party tiha?£J«llj;d Howard Youngblood, Negro: who escaped from the Crown-'Point. .Ind.. jail with John Dillinger in ,1934: Youngblood had taken refuge in South Park. Port Huron's Negro quarter. i • I •«•'.••.'' • 'MaMer Mmoa the wife in the Arcadia cemetery. Friends jnay call at the funeral home at any time. . . John Belser was „. bjBrn j on a farm near Arcadia December 3, 1852 b'nt never knew his parents. Daring the' cholera plague which swept jthis section in the summer * •'""'• - 1 his parents! John ,• Thursday evening the past mas- ten pf Austin Lodge No. 128, F. & A-. M., will confer .the Master Mason degree on a group of eandi-. date*; and members: arer'airtieipat- ing an enjoyable evening.;' ' * The committee in charge^ has arr ranged for refreshments at <^30i for Which there Is no: charge. ,'•'-• .Mary Y(Jones) fiBetaer, *ing the deceased and a ve years of age. They were the home of tkelrj Hanaah ' Belterf Jones, huband illedj •"iT™!?-'.' 5 ?^ '"^MIBM '*!*• T ^rtj^ft^-'' y jjyp^ni 5^*£®&&^jjimMt£ m$m^M%i3i*. FurrvFishofTfi^ Underground St. Louis. Nov. J Ing «sh; e»SW*!fel ground lake on a jan"und«r-iBird ty. Mo., to r, possible' catorlal life. But, profe kl...COUI>T 'reversion iype of >U-

Clipped from The Tipton Daily Tribune02 Nov 1937, TuePage 1

The Tipton Daily Tribune (Tipton, Indiana)02 Nov 1937, TuePage 1
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