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where the could from this county . . famous horse.died attend? —M— OUT OF THE May 1 meeting here in Tipton will no doubt come some good suggestions ... end we should be the first {taper in the state to ask for contributions-from contributions-from subscribers.. That we can d,o! • —M— •CONGRESSMAN •CONGRESSMAN WALSH «>ports «>ports that the battle coins on at present In ' regard to the location of an Air Academy at the site of the Bunker Hill naval Ibase ... with farmers in the community presenting the opposition opposition ... is getting" hotter and hotter. A protest meeting was held which Walsh attended. 'The farmers do hot wish to be •displaced . . . and they argue that the presence of the academy might make it a target for air raids. This. Mr. Walsh thinks, is unsound reasoning .and unfair. However, he will exert effort to see that they are paid 'a fair for any land vacated. *£«•* fcj-^wj** se * »*«» through. IF THE PROJECT goes known as through the academy might be u nown ' as Wright Aviation Academy, a fitting tribute to the early pioneers of the aviation industry. . . —M— Stars and Stripes Mauriee F. Kirkwood, Tipton, Tipton, son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Kirkwood of this city, was recently appointed executive executive manager of the Stars and Stripes, unofficial daily newspaper newspaper of the United States -] Occupation Forces in Europe, which was eight years old yesterday. The newspaper is now published in a former German Air Force training school at Darmstadt, Germany. —M— ARE YOU WARMING UP for that Spring clean Up—Paint Up | _ y campa i gn due May 7 tQ 2Qi ^ Chairman Millard M unt 'promises some new ^^kles in regard to parade work and we are contacting "the £chool this a . i n regard contest for a KING and QUEEN of the affair . . . complete wita rf Qf honor and maybe even " A «.-»« T m/~\-n « n mrA«*tiHlpQl { w OPEN T QP c | SCARCE BATHS London, April — (INS) — Round Town Pictured at top are Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Sutton and Mrs. 1309. The horse and carriage belonged the late Dr. Repp. | Bottom: Picture of the old Tile Factory at Kenipton, taken 54 y^ars ago ... 1 to r: William Bozell, Harry Osborn, Orla Lindley, Frank Sind'ejy and Gilbert Lutjtrell. Standing: I to r: Sam Foutch, Frank Foutch, Frank Tunis and Fletcher Jeffers. APPEAL PLANS RUSHED Herbert Hoover THE TIPTON DAILY TRIBUNE, Dying Bomb Victim Keeps Death Record -Nagasaki, Japan, April. 27 — (INS) —\ A ^Japanese doctor, victim of the .atom bomb attack on Nagasaki, is awaiting death today happy in the belief he has received a "gift of God" through a commeridati'on from Pope'Pius XII. ••Dr. Takashi Nagai's day by flay chronicles of his own slow death have become best-sellers in Japan, He was accorded' a special blessing by the Pope for his work as an author. The doctor, who received the blessing on the^sickbed to which he has been, confined for almost five .years, describes, the blesv sing from the Pontiff "greatest reward." ANIMAL DISEASE ;Laramie, Wyo.,' April W (INS) —'-A Saratoga, Wyo., veterina- rai'n says farmers and ranchers should have a better understand-, 'rig with veterinarains.and with research : and diagnostic labro- tories. > ,Dr. R. E. Pierson, in a talk before' t'-ie livestock secti'on of Ranch, Farm of Wyoming, described described a number of animal diseases diseases and indicated methods of treatment. '.Dr. Pierson showed pictures of animals afflicted with warts, ringworm, lumpy | jaw. woody tcngue, calf dipht- < heria. necrotic stomatitis, -foot- j rot, enaplasmosis, swamp fever,! navel or'joint disease, shipping j fever, water belly, X disease, j and Brisket disease. ' i , ATTEND 'CLAUDIA,' i Mr..and Mrs. J. E. Booth and! jMrs. Otis Moon were at Koliorno'j j Wednesday evening attend int*-| the play, "Claiidi'a,"- given at the Kokomo Civic theatre and sponsored by the Indiana university university center. '. ' • as.»hisJ5 . LAMB GRILL ! Busy days are here, .but there's j not disappointment for .the fam-' ily at mealtime, when you sorve a colorful lamb patty and pin-- |>pple grin, • Simply shape j ground lair.b into l-mrh patties, wrap with bacon and arrange] with pineapple slices on broiler rack. (Adjust rack so the to;) surface of patties is 2 inchc; ,,'roni heat.) When patties are j browned, lay browned sid_> .Washington, April 27 —(INS) 'complete cooking. down on pineapple slices and J

Clipped from The Tipton Daily Tribune27 Apr 1950, ThuPage 2

The Tipton Daily Tribune (Tipton, Indiana)27 Apr 1950, ThuPage 2
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