The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on April 18, 1935 · Page 3
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Tipton, Indiana
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Thursday, April 18, 1935
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honestly priced—truthfully sold SEE YOUR FORD DEALER * A WIDE CHOICE OF VARIOUS MAKES AND MODELS IN GOOD CONDITION AWAITS YOUR INSPECTION * WHEN you buy a Used Cat from a Ford dealer you get far more than a fair price. The greatest asset of any Ford dealer is his reputation for dependable transportation—for truthful statements, and square dealing. The value he puts on your good-will alone is a guarantee laat any Used Car he sells you.must give satisfaction. See your neighborhood Ford dealer today—before the big spring demand depletes his stock. SIKORSKY PREDICTS. Continued from Page 1. •would be made in about ten hours I within a few years. Plans for his trip around ihu world in four days, non-stop and | re-fueling in the air, were • lined by Clyde Pangborn. out- | thoroughly feasible," he said. "I He [ hopes to take off from San Diego next July or August, refueling at New York, Moscow and Chita, east of Luke Baikal. "I am convinced the flight is bajieve such a flight will once more focus public interest on lh" great strides of air transport." MERCANTS ORGANIZE. Chile's sole interest wou d be to Monuments and Markers Say, if you are thinking of placing a monument or marker 'to a loved one's grave, it will pay you to sec vr e . I represent the Southwest Granite Company Atlanta, Ga. Ask to see samples of our Stone Mountain granite—will not fade or rust; bright, shiny for al! time. , ' . Would be pleased to have you call at any time and see bur different designs and prices, or by request ' will call on you with samples, etc. Phone 2471, or see m& at Coppock's Coal Yard. J. H. COPPOCK 'Salesman — Tipton, Indiana. Continued from Page 1. quarters in Washington. see that penalties recommend;d were not unjust or unworkable. It was believed that it' Germany made any effort to fortify the zone "tho league would! be eom- ' pellod to act at once tinder a i phrase in the resolution binding I league members to take "all ap- INTHEblR. Liberal and Conservative Elements in the Organi- I zation in Battle] TERM IS THREE YEARS (By United PressS. Washington, April IS. — The 44th , congress of the Daughters of the American revolution voted today for officers who will guide the organization for the next three! years. Polls opened at S a. m., and the delegates hurried from breakfast to cast the ballots which will decide whether Mrs. Flora Myers Mllentine, Arkadelphia, Ark., or Airs. William A. Becker, Summit, ^ J., will be the next president ;eneral of the organization. Mrs. Gillentine, the liberal landidate, favors open discussion on the floor of the congress as opposed to ".control by cliques." Mrs. Becker's platform calls for 'adequate national defense" and ndorses the conservative planks, '•liich oppose Communism ami all for restriction of immigra- community arid having a number of relatives including a sister Mrs. Dora Smith in the Russia- viTIe community, died at' the home of her son Everett Wiihelm at Battle Creek, Mich., Wednesday. She was the widow of David Wiihelm, whose death occurred eight months ago. , The body !was taken to the home of a son Russell Wiihelm, 1325 South Washington street in Kokomo and will lie in state there until the hour of the services. jMrs. Wiihelm had spent all of her life in Howard and Carrol coimties until her removal to Michigan 1 two years ago. Another son 1 Arnold resides in Chicago and a fourth son' 1 Sherman in Gloucester, Mass. A grandson Lester Wiihelm. resides in Kokomo. ;Mrs. Wiihelm was born near Burlington in Carroll county. January 14, 1S61 and on February 23, 1SS2 was united in marriage to:David Wiihelm. She leaves several distant relatives and a number of friends in this county. COMMENVKMEXT EXEIM'ISES. Splendid Program Was Given al Atlanta AVcdnrsday Evening. Fifteen young people of the At- close;the fifth six-weeks' period of the school year for the students j of St. Joseph's Academy, Tipton. The students whose scholastic standing .entitles them to a place j on the Honor Roll are as follows: Seniors: Gertrude Magers, El- waod; Florence Krebser, Kokomo;-Betty Ertel, Tipton; Bettyj Cummings, Kokomo; Katkryn! Ewig, Winamac. I Juniors: Anna Louise Tolle, i Tipton; Phyllis E. Boylan, Marble-j head, Ohio; Jean Kahler, Tipton. i Sophomores: Helen Gall, Tip-j ton; Martha Quellhorst, Tipton; ! Acnes Gall, Tipton; Beatrice Quirk, Muncie. Freshmen: Jean Smith, Tipton; Mary Wagner. Kokomo; Pauline Huse, Fort, Wayne; Anuamae Duncan, Tiptou. White Perch. Fish; White Perch Fillet, '. Channel Catfish, Ib".' . Bbneless Herring, Ib., 20c Catfish Steals, Ib. ... -25c Halibut Steaks Ib. ...25c Salmon Steaks, Ib. .. .25c Seaplane, Ib. ........2oc Haddock, Ib. 15o Ocean Fillet, Ib. .. . THE ' BARGAIN GROCERY WE-/"T .TIDE CIRCUIT COURT. th, 'Continued from Page 1. late Mary J. Young the n; port shows a total value of ?2ij,- 510.(H. The John W. Shuck nut estate is given as Sl.9uO.SO and the Airs. .Margaret Bates estate as •52,105. ' 12 Years Ago April 18. Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Land residing southwest of Sharpsville wero rejoicing over fine twin baby girls born on the 17th. * * * Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Holman and .• daughter Helen of Greentown ! were here visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Don Coffin. Neal McCorkle was here from A demurrer was filed to the | amended complaint in the action brought bv Oliver Gossanl as,, • . ' • .! Lawrence countv and reported administrator ot the estate PL| •' " ... ... ,,. , . . farmers were deserting their Minnie Gossard, against the guar- , , ... places there and seeking emnloy- antors of the Kenipton State ion. lanta community have passed the | Dank: The demurrer alleg-rs the j Thq result of the election will i milestone marking the successful j complaint does not .state a cau.-e t be known until tonight. Bal- completion of twelve years of 'of action. ots are counted as fast as they j school work, receiving their di- ment in other lines. otes are in. re cast, but the DAR does not plomas at the-commencement e-> nnounce the result until all the i ercises held Wednesday evening [ in the high school auditorium. ' W. Henry McLain of Ilmuirig- ! ton was the out-of-town speaker for the evening, and brought i-> LARGE NEON SIGN". Vcrknicn Krected One in Front of Miller Hotel Wednesday. Wednesday workmen wens Hie class werq held Sunday evr- Answers were filed in the action brought by Mrs. Connie L. Etchison administratrix of t lie- estate of Pleasie.Etchison against interested parties in her suit for s^!(> of the real estate. In the action brought: by Assessors reports were showing a big decrease in valuation of persual property as compared with 1922. the young people a most interest-1 Il:l! l>h Thrpii for sale of the real ing and inspiring message. Tho baccalaureate services, -fur estate, of .the late William C 1 . Bdiombers, the court overruled j a motion tiled by Mrs. Ella Bock- ! Col. James Hopkins sold the I Frank Mc-Keown property on j North Independence street to Mrs. Tilda Clark who removed here from Jefferson, township. ere and completed the erection < nirig at the Atlanta Christian j " Vl ''• ' tl) sc-p'arate causes of ajtusi. f a large Neon sign in front of j church, with-Rev. H. M. Thrasher j Tm> c( Wt overruled a demurrer he Miller hotel on the upper i of ! the Methodist church preach-! 10 t!u! Petition filed by John ii. oor of the Tribune building. i ing the sermon. A feature of tin The sign at night can : be seen | evening's program was the lovely Miss McCarthy in the action again.-;: t.he State Bank of Kempt on for preference of claim. or a long distance on State Road; violin music furnished by S, through Tipton and flashes j Judith Bridge! of Tipton, accom- Tllc- court in the case of tJu; le word "Hotel," to travelers. | panied at the piano by Louise! l^mni's .& -Merchants Nation;:! State Road 2S, through Tipton i Henderson, t night is becoming an attractive! .The Atlanta .school will close lace, with its boulevard lights i Friday, and the annual alumni nd the many Neon signsjon eith-} banquet will be held Saturday r side, and many have comment-! night in the high school gymmis- d on its beauty. ium. READY TO POUR. MAKING OF I.I-J2IJKII. ; Film stowing; 1'nxluct From F.-Hj inn of TITO to Be Kxlii'iitcd Ifor:-. Pointing out that the various i propriate action " with " tho branches of industry, such as oili loasue I™»ework ! « ev«|nt of producers, steel and automobile manufacturers, railroads and farmers. . "have long organized into national associations truly representative of their industries, Mr. Kirstein said the need for treaty repudiation which! endan: gercd socurity and peace-j I Berlin, April IS.—A speech or ', ja proclamation by Adolf Hitler was forecast today as Germany's single spokesman group for the most likelv of Nations' reply to the| League entire retail field became marked-!": """""- council's cokdemna- I lion of German rearmament. :tvttl - r • Government circles, atilfirst in- ly evident during the early days! of the NRA, when he served as a 1 I member of the NRA Advisory Board representing industry. THE LEAGUE. Continued from Page 1. ally,' is to receive a report on means to end political terrorism in Europe—an echo of the assassination by Croatian terrorists of King Alexander of Jugoslavia and dined to scoff at the league ac- I tion, made no effort todayj to con- l-'jeal tha seriousness of t I which they took of it. They indicated that an uncompromising reply .— uncom'promis- ing insofar as admission of improper action was concerned — was certain. Germany, it was added, will fulfill treaty obligations 'and con- minister, at Marseilles. tirnio in force its offer toj negotiate eastern European norijaggres- Thc'- ill-' at 10 A. M. and Continuing All Day ; : ! Everything in the Store Must Be Sold irday, April 20 OUT OF BUSINESS, BUT WE WEED THE CASH—OUR LOSS IS YOUR GAIN, suites; living rooni suites; odd " , Springs, mattresses, Congoleum oil stoves in ff r — ' everything are to to made by league assembly is to meet at the 1 same time to study means of ending the Gran Ch'aco war between Bolivia and Paraguay. Imposition of strong psnaltles against treaty violators under tho league covenant seemed assured by tbe mafcenp of th'e .penalty •committee authorized yesterday by the council vote which rebuked Germany before: the world for violating .the VersftilUs treaty by decreeing "compulsory army service and Inaugurating a military air forcie.- ' | ' : Of .the 13 members,- Franca, i sion treaties and a western Euro- Continued from Pago 1. ark to fill in low lands. ' The suit for injunction filed by the Public Service Company j Thursday night at the Tiptn:ij against the Winton Engine Cor-; Furniture Company's plant sin I poration, and tho city council. hoard of works and mayor, is duo shojwn by-a representative of th interesting movio picture will for a call Monday, April 22nd|Dierks Lumber Company of Kan- that being the return date whenjsas: City, Mo., and an invitation the action was tiled. At that time j is extended the general publi,-. i some action may be taken in the! The film is being shown free uiitl | way of answering the complaint, is of an educational nature'. It although action may be delayed, will be of interest not onl'v to this depending oil the insistence lumber men, builders and wood- of the plaintiff in the action. In working crufts^' but to the gon- the meatime the plant is being eral pnbli?. erected as if no suit was pending' The pictures show the trcai- ' Sheridan 'against Leur.i M* "-lynde-r. overruled the motion i'or al new trial and gave an exception. George Shinlanl) guardian of Ci:!reitce Shiiilaub who lui= reaclied the age of 21 liled a final report showing full settlement with the ward. The final, report of Le'e Lcavell appointed to sell real estate in the action of Anna .. Graham against Sherman Graham and others v.-;i:i approved and the' commissioner discharged. The report Albert (Crip) Barger and John F. Bynim wore at Marion and ran into a real blizzard on' the: way home, it snowing Iiard for ' some distance. i * * * I The Tipton high school alumni j association met at the Library i nnd elected Jack Albershardt j president:' Paul Walker, vice-' | president: Omer Boyd treasurer and Don Montgomery secretary. SHE- Alice Downes at SLAUTER'S for Your Easter Permanent shows "distribution of the proceeds from the'sale among tho six licirs I of the estiato. STATKSMEX IXTKHXiri). Portugal,' Russia', Italy, Canada, Great /Britain, Turkey, Holland and were regarded certain 0 work together with the and le and Hungary, „.?* F 's.-tt«i_>'_34_ _» i«_ n » pcan air defense league.! At the same time, it was said, :the government will continue tpilitiild up Its forces on land and sea and in tho air to what it considers ; I he minimum necessary for intensive security. The immediate effect ;!jof the leaps resolution has been to ond all jtalk of Germany's posit Ible v e - adheslon to the league G jrmany gavje tho necessary twoi years' notjce of resignation Jn £ cipher. 1933, and it was suggest! ovepts could hardly move' and so satisfactorily as Ib Cfermany's withdrawal oft slgnatlon before its'effect ate months Hence. '—. and there is a possibility the plant will be operating before : the' action is 1 -finally determined.; • i > i BELIEVE LAW, Continued from Pago 1. valued in excess of $1,000-or who are receiving assistance from charitable or publk- institution 1 : r ineligible to old ago pensions, but a glance at the list here shows none came within that restriction. Residence and •rhildre'n able to support the applicant could h> the only local objection raised. Tho last semi-annual Irepor; which was made for tho state in November, 1934 showed [23,7(i4 persons were drawing -old ag< p8nsion« and that the cost Wr th &i.x months was $834,8!>4. ment of lumber from the time tho tree is felled until it is handed the| worker or ibuilder as a finished product.' P'elling the tree. conveying it to! the mill.-,, sawing, stacking, drying and seasoning and, finishing are depicted in an entertaining anil interesting -man-. Hul;;:iri;i Takes Two I'oniK .Action AK ' Premiers. d that BO fast assure the ro- date/ Bring This Coupon TO THE "I | are Kjw LABOR; UNREST. Continued from Page 1. A threatened-strike ot" 1UO.OOO millhands and loggers in live far western states I gained impetus when 2,500 Lorlg-Bcll and Weycr- hatijiser m llinen at Lon<\iew voted overwhelmingly to (lull May f> unldss their demands wcro granted, j ' Employers-wpre to confer with leadjers of the ^awmlll and Timber j Workers Union on demands for a wage increase of 32'/i cents. an nour and a! 30-hour weeks. In' the struggle between oil tanker seamen {and their cm- ployjars, violoijico occurred in Portland Rewajids of $1,000 were offered bjr oil Companies for cap- (I'.i- ITnit.-il rrf!."«>. Sulia; nulgaria. April IS. — Former Premiers Kimon Cheorgh- ieff and Alexander Tzankoff havi | : been arrested and interned at! IJourgns. it was learned today. Reasons for tho arrests wero not divulged. Hut they wore at the government's order and weri | balicvcd inspired by • the former j premiers' connections with the Ueptiblican element. Former Chief of police .Vladimir Natcheff, M. Karakolakoff, an adviser to (ilieorghieff, and several others also were arrested and interned. W E ARE now taking orders for the rental of our new floor sander which will be here in about ten days. Have new floors in your home at a low cost. Place your order now. Comptoii & Son (Incorporated) ; Congressional Directory. wrei fnre |bf the men who bonibed and Ked ^Portland and Seattle JDesptte th^ ret fire to aiiot!|.- The' Tribune acknowledges receipt of a. copy of the congressional directory of the 74th Congress, which contains much in- formattpri, about the .members of that body and other valunbh. knowledge (The copy wus sent by Congressinan' jDlena Griswbld of the Fif|th dirstrlct. f - Join the Moose Class Forming for / April 22nd Reinstatement for Pay- " ment of Dues. - . 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