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(By Onlted Press). London, Mar. .2.—An size. DEATH ENDED LONG ILLNESS Bolton. Lifelong Resident of Windfall, Died Friday. WIFE SERIOUSLY SICK 1 official American source informed the United Press today that President Roosevelt was eager to have a world non-aggression treaty effected effected slmultantously . with, or parallel to. any disarmament agreement. - This.desire, the informant said, was behind the American proposal made this week in reply to a Charles British disarmament memorandum, memorandum, that signatories to any dis -i armament agreement pledge themselves themselves to refrain from sending! armed.forces across their neigh- 1 bors' borders. It was explained that the President President was convinced that besides limiting, or abolishing, large.of-! tensive weapons it' was essential to insure that remaining ' arma- Tipton county lost another pio- ments were "to6THTie8 TtfFlrrvaslon. neer resident Friday, with the. This news came a few minutes death at Windfall of Charles Bol- after Great Britain, in publishing don, 77, life-long resident of that its air force estimates for 1934- community. Asthma and heart 1936, offered Europe a clear trouble were given, as the immei- choice between reaching a dis- ate souse of his death which oc- armament agreement and match- curred at 10:55 Friday morning, ing her ih vast expenditures on-Charles Boldon was. one of the aerial armaments. best known residents of the Wind- 'The estimate figures—for the fall community and one of its best fiscal year beginning April 1—- citizens. For many years he was were but little above those for the engaged in farming and stock current yeaT. But they were;held raising and for a number of years low only because Britain is mak- operated the farms of the late ing. a final effort to break the long Dr- G - C, Wood. For the past sev- disarmament deadlock .between eraJ weeks Mr. Boldon's condi- Germany and France. tion had been serious and his It was learned that Britain as good wife and long time compan- part of the plan is considering the ion is also seriously ill. she he- advisability Of calling before the >ng afflicted with cancer, meeting of the disarmam'entsteer- Charles Boldon was born on a ing committee April 10 a special farm near Windfall, being onto conference of big powers. The fol- of several children born to lowing would be included: Thomas L., and Mary (Deer) Bol- United States, Ja'pan, Russia, don his birth occurring; on No- Britain, France, Italy, Germany," vember 3, 1856. Belgium, Spain, Poland and one; When a young man of 20 he representative of the little entente was united fri marriage to Miss nations (Czechoslovakia, " ftou- Rosa Howell of the Windfall mania and Jugoslavia. community and five children sur-j Fred of; Indianapolis, Mar. 2.— X gen* eral rebellion among 2 ,000 inmates inmates of the state reformatory at Pendleton in which officiate found, that inmates were making* knives by the score was discovered and ^ quelled last week, Wayn& Coy* 'secretary 'secretary to Gov. Paul V. Mo Nutt, announced today. Recent unrest because of overcrowded overcrowded conditions and lack ot employment came to a head last Friday when a fight toyk place- ia 'he prison yard and rumblings of wholesale riot were heard. Coy said. As soon as the riot plot was discovered, Supt. A. F. Miles ordered ordered all convicts to their cells. and has kept all but 500 confined? since then. A "shakedown" of all convicts. in their cells revealed scores of crudely fashioned knives, hammers, hammers, blackjacks and other weapons weapons which' were to have been used when the riot signal- ,waa given. Coy said. The weapons had been made 'n the foundry and passed out during chapel rest periods and other occasions when the convtela- wcre assembled. Coy said. /A WHERE ARE YOU "ABE"? landlord Forey Looking 1 for P>0* motor of Home Talent ShOW. + BowUh Funeral. ! vive that . marriage, I Springfield; 111.: James of Ham'mond: Ham'mond: Mrs.. Mae Caylor, wife of The late home.of John R. Bow-'George Otis Caylor of Kokomo; lin on North Independence street Ola Owen, wife of Loyd Owen of was filled to capacity Friday aft- Windfall and Miss Cora Boldon, ernoon for the funeral services an instructor in the South Bend held for this splendid titan whose schools. He is also survived by death occurred Wednesday even- two brothers, Cal and Newt Bolding Bolding as the result of malignant on of Tipton and two sisters, Mrs. liver trouble.. Flora Holloway, residing south of Rev. A, H. Moore ot Indlanapo- El wood and Mrs. Allie Parker, lis, former pastor of the west residing at' Kokomo. Several Street' Christian church, had grandchildren and great grand- charge of the services, after which children also survive, the body was 'sealed in the Tipton j The Boldon family is one of the mausoleum. I . Continued on Page 2. 810 Concerns Earn $441flOOflOO in 1933; Ed Forey, proprietor of the Commercial Hotel is anxious, to get in touch, with Dard-FJ Nb*«; cross, who has been in -Tip|unviot;< several weeks promoting a - lfemV talent show, sponsored by tile; li* dies Auxiliary of the America&L**" rion. The plav "Abraham Lin. coin," with Norcross impet*6T »ats ing the president was given. tlijie*^ the first presentation being & at small audience A the high 8ei#>T-' gym and the second at the lUiii theater. '• Norcross roomed at the- Sds^*j- mercial Hotel since coming Ufv ton and was there Thursday* called Arcadia from the" d^K-ta^; the hotel Thursday in the. JpjMi*\'\ ence of Mr. Forey and apparc||^^ made arrangements with'*,' Mitit,^ person there for the presen$|| oX the play at the Arcadia- by the Tipton cast. After h up he informed the landlord the Tipton persons in tJiifej were eager to present tfiaCS there and was told that's ment would be made as sooa$ was staged. • '' Thursday evening Forey casion to visit the roonv cross and found it~d' man had taken all hie and departed without

Clipped from The Tipton Daily Tribune02 Mar 1934, FriPage 1

The Tipton Daily Tribune (Tipton, Indiana)02 Mar 1934, FriPage 1
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