The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on April 22, 1935 · Page 4
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The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana · Page 4

Tipton, Indiana
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Monday, April 22, 1935
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• • " j~.y fci<3BFOttR Strained Honey, 8 oz., lOc Telly and Preserves, lo-oz.ijar 15c McGraws'Food Store TlPTON DAILY TRIBUNE ENTERTAINED CROAVD.I Visited Here. Charles Lewis and Barbara Joan Warno o£ Indianapolis were the week end guests of their grandparents, Mr. a n d Mrs. Charles Warne of Xorth Independence street. Mr. and Mrs. Allan ilVarne of "Indianapolis were Sunday evening -guests in the home of the former's Iparents here. But Nazi Racial Discrimination Is a Factor That Is Now Hurting. Cicltinji Along Xi Homer; Vandevender is reported to lie gelling along very nicely at the hiijno of his sister, Mrs. Argus AclH'iilia'.'h southwest of FOREIGN OFFICE TALKS Tipton. after undergoing a minor j operation at the Beech wood hospital a few days ago. Berlin, April 22.—The growing German demand for colonies, voiced by Keichsfuehrer Adolph Hitler in his conference with Sir John Simon as part of his pro- [sram for restoring Germany's Rosary Chapter. Stated meeting ^ of Rosary Chapter. No. titi. O. E. Masonic Temple," Tuesday evening at 7:.10 o'clock. Members are urged attend and visitors welcome. MKRLI.V MAISH, W. M. to complete equality, is beginning to focus renewed attention on the National Socialist racial doctrine in its implications for inhabitants of such colonies. The British have expressed opposition to Germany's colonial program because of Nazi racial discrimination and German official quarters are seeking to disprove the contention that Nazi ! Germany's administration of co' lonial possessions, would be char- BESSK BEYERSDOUFEK. Sec. • artorizcd plus," it also provides that only those can be Germans who are of German blood. All others shall be permitted to liye in Germany only as "guests, who must stand under alien legislation." This principle is used specifically to exclude Jews from citizenship, but obviously it excludes all other "non-Aryans" as well as it is believed to form the foundation for a new citizenship law, the early enactment of which has already been officially announced. If this law carries the principle to a logical conclusion, it would' thus became impossible for any German colonial population to acquire German citizenship. ., T -, mmti costs Two American: Women and Three Canadian Doctors Brave Rebels. IN CHINESE PROVINCE No improvement. There is no improvement in the condition of Mrs. Roy Basey, who is critically ill at her home on Xorth Conde street, suffering with uremic poisoning and high blood pressure. The attending physician gives but little encouragement for her recovery, as she is very weak. Attorney Dies. Indianapolis, April 22. — Edward E. Gates, Sr., 63 years old, prominent Indianapolis attorney and a descendant of a pioneer Indiana family, died yesterday afternoon in his home, 1901 North Delaware street. He had been in such discrimination | in health two vcars. American J,egion. j and point to Germany's success ' las a colonial administrator in j Regular meeMm; [ pre-war times. j of Charles Sturdo-i It. is admitted that the German vant r'ost No. -16,1 racial doctrine presents a certain r > American! embarrassment -for while the Na- Famine. their hall in (he armory Tuesday i tional Socialist program demands famine conditions in eight prov- Nankiiig. China. April 22.—An estimated 12.000,000 persons are suffering from drought-induced night. Memb-.Ts ur.m-d to aiu-nd'among other things, "land and promptly. LITKOY (colonies) for the nourish- inces of China and hundreds of thousands have been reduced to I'LAKK. Commander, j incut, of our people and for set- . eating tho bark of trees, roots HAROLD MOTT, Adjutant. Itlemenl of our population sur-I and even clay. Special Sale BEDROOM SUITE Bed, Chest, Vanity lied, clicst and' vanity, walnut finish, ;il a real saving. I'wo days .special— $34.50 LIVING ROOM SUITES REOTJAIE Home Furnishings Paper Sale! Fade Proof, Heavy Paper Make the Home Like New! 10 A Double W Roll. Neat, New Patterns BEAUTIFUL NEW PAPER 15c, 20c, 25c, 30c HEAVY PLASTIC PAPER 36c to 52c Per Stick LET US ESTIMATE YOUR NEEDS WE DELIVER —:— WE SAVE YOU MONEY .Mohair Frieze Beautiful new Mohair Fiieze Suites in nf\vc>t style— $79.50 COTTON MATTRESS •4;" Ib.s., single or doulilo; all new cotton, guaran- ( tct-d first quality; fancy cover _- $5.95 9x12 Seamless (Low AxminslerRugs $10.50 19 -Now ilcsiRiis in wool niHN heavy <l«'i'i> |»ilo, of harmonizing colors. Six Piece Kitchen Set Green or Brown Oak Matched Sets Five-Piece Breakfast Set and Kitchen Cabinet $ 41.50 Set Complete JJrcss up your kitchen with one of these matched set*. gave . money. . . Window Shades .......'.. .39c Window Shades — All SUee. 9x12' Pelt Base iRngs $4.75 Standard Felt Base, sq. yd. .39o (By Unltcfl Press). Shanghai, April 22. — Two plucky American .women and three male Canadian colleagues braved torture and death at the hands of Chinese rebels today by sticking to their mission and hospital posts in war-torn Szechuau province in the western part of China. Disregarding ithe advkc of authorities and the pleas of other foreigners to flee!from the rebels, members of the; same armies which last year j executed two Americans, the live remained on duty in the city of Chengtu, capital of S^e-chuan. Almost the only foreigners left in the threatened city, Miss IJou- lah Bassett of Los Angeles, -Miss Esther Nelson of'Minneapolis, and Drs. A. E. Best ijf Ofhkawa, Out., E. C. Wilford ofj Toronto, and K. N. Meitser riskedj a fato which has overtaken many i mission workers in the heart of | China in recent years. [ Even after tlile Chengtu wom- i en's hospital had been closed :in>! all but one of tho Chinese attached to the institution had (led Miss Nelson stood by to rendisr what medical aid she could to Un- people of the city. The Canadian physicians remained with her. Miss Bassett. leader of the American Baptist FJire'ign Missionary society forces in! ilie proviii'je. directed the evacuation of her as- soiates but at last reports sh>- herself was still in the dangi>r zone. ' Reports from I the interior said that the rebels j wire swarming over the province, pillaging as they drove toward Chengtu. They •captured twelve) busloads of Chinese refugees ill the Longcliur-iii hills and robbed: them of all their possessions. i Mississippi Jubilee; Singers Rendered Pino Program Saturday.! The MississippiiiJubilee Singers who sang at the; Rexall Drug Store Saturday, made a hit with the [crowds and j they rendered some splendid numbers, singing Megro spirituals, !old well known ballads and some popular songs. They -were a I'happy bunch dressed in painters' outfits, as'the concert was being furnished by the Perfection Paint Company of Indianapolis, which was putting on a special exhibit of its products. During the; day the quartet sang many request numbers, readily responding to requests for any special song. The leader of the quartet was formerly supervisor of music in the colored schools of Indianapolis and is a finshied musician. AVAS BIG SALE. Foster Furniture' Company Made Big Hole in Gigantic Stock. The Foster Furniture Company's big auction Saturday cried by auctioneers Fny Hulick and Russell Burkhardt of Indianapolis was a big success and a crowd was in attendance all day. During the day, hundreds of articles, consisting of furniture, stoves, mattresses, budding aud tools were disposed of. both second hand and new goods being included and a big hole was niadi in the stock. Hardly Likely That Brown Derby Will Oppose President Roosevelt. PROGAM OF O. 0. P. Washington, April 22. — Word iias reached tlie capital that soma of the eastern banking and brok°-r erage fraternity would like to seq Alfred E. Smith oppose Franklin 1). Roosevelt for president next year. Bi- •St. Louis. Mo.. April 22.—En- couragud by prospects of increased iiasscnser and freight traffic, three southwestern railroads with headquarters here yesterday listed l!K'r> liud'.'et allotments totaling $5.2i>r>,S!)fi for retail' and reconstruction projects A[T KOKOMO. i Kd.lie It. Gnlloxyay Died at Hospital at Indianapolis Saturday. (',. B. Galloway of Frankfort, former Tipton resident, was here Monday nad left for Kokomo to attend the funejral .of his brother Eddie B. death occurred in an Indianapolis hospital. 3alloway, whoso Saturday mornins Services were held at the Ellers Mortuary in Kokomo Monday afternoon at 2:00 o'clock -with burial Point cemetery that in Crown city- Eddie B. Galloway had been in failing health for six years and was blind and almost ' deaf. He was well known to a large number of Tipton people having spent some time herej with his brother G. B. Galloway when' the latter resided on a farm southeast Of Tipton. For many years Eddie B. Galloway was engaged in the grocery business at Kokomo, where his son Russell resides. Besides the son a|nd brother, he is survived by two! .sisters Mrs. C. M. Kcpner of Toledo, O., and Mrs. J. H. Daughert^ of Kokomo. Another brother Henry also survives and is a resident of Kokomo. WAKEUPYOUR LIVER BILE- WITHOUT CALOMEL And Yoo'U Jump Out of Bed in the II you IM! MOT tad rank «od th« world leoki punk, don't • riUlow a lot ol nlta, rain- inttr, oU, Ui»t In candy of ch««ring c^im ttn>i«o "»»k» ynu niddwljr ifNt Rarin'toGo thi 'tgM «t out ,two Making Much Money. Per.u. April 22.—Despite ti' reductions iii tho last vcars and through the rteprcssioi tho Peru .municipal electric plan! s continuing to make impressivi ains in net earnings that are near 573,000 a year. " Mae \V«st Story. Hollywood. Cal.. April 22.— Mao West last night dispelled tho story of a ' reported marriage wenty-four years ago, to " Brooklyn actor named Frank Wallace, with the typical terse and unequivocal statement: "I never heard of the guy." Going to Kentucky. Indianapolis. April 22. — Troops of Fort Benjamin Harrison will participate in the regular army maneuvers of Fort Knox. Kentucky, May S to 19, Brig. Gen W. K. Naylor, .post commander announced yesterday. It probably would make no difference to anti-Roosevelt 'financiers whether Smith stopped the new deal in the Democratic national convention or in the November election. Wall street has many counts against" the administration. Among these "are: 1. Substitution of expensive work-relief for the cheap dole-. 2. New dual labor policies a: developed so far and projected. :i. The Roosevelt effort to abolish public utility holding com- i>anies and the possibility that it may lead finally to a compromise lax on utility holding' company income. That, in turn, might lead to special taxation of all holding *:oinpaiiy income. I. The Erclrs bill to create a .viilral or political hank on th.f: foundation of the federal rts'-rvt system. That would take from private banks control of credit in .his country. Practical politicians do not consider the S:nith-for-prj>sidi'ii; idea fi-'aaililu nor even remotul;. likely. A re-alignment of politica iiarlies >uoh as a Roosevelt-Smith ontesl would imply is more prob- .ilih- in I'J'.'i than in 1!).'!'J. .Formation of an anli-Koosevoli. coalition under leadership of . :< famous Democrat doi's-not !H iult (he plans of Republican leaders. A. group'of !iiid-\\Vsti!rw:V8 is cir- ^anizing lo put the party right willi the farm belt' and. perhaps .o gain the licit! munination foi mi.' who votes west of the Alle.T- hanies. John D. M. Hamilton. Republican national committceman foi Kansas,i Harrison Spangler, lowt ;.'ommitte'..'iiiaii, Arthur M. liyd of Missouri and Patrick J. Hurley of Oklahoma, both member.-, of t'ac Hoover cabinet, and Frank Knox, Chicago publisher, •.(Uietly arranging for a mid-West political pow wow at which it i; hoped to achieve a rebirth 'o;' annual meeting of the American; Society-of Newspaper Editors ported variously on political pros-- pects.. Some Ney Yorkers heard WJalt street's talk of Smith. From up-state New York came re-? ports that Mr. Roosevelt's pres-j ige was tarnishing:but probably! would shine again next year her cause of relief .expenditures and tepoblioan party troubles. Michigan editors reported the Democratic party disjointed therej Kansas ; spokesmen said their state was anti-new deal and hot or a shot at Mr. Roosevelt in 1936. Oklahomans were critical of the kill-the-pigs, plow-under- the-erops new deal farm economy- Texas was more kindly and onei free hand estimate was made that n Houston Mr. Roosevelt would! poll 93 per cent of the electorate if an electioa were held today. Missouri was rather critical o£ the new deal hut deeply suspi-- •rions of the eastern-conservative wing of the Republican party.,An old guard Republican nominee or: even a doubtful easterner would have hard going in that part of the country. This Interested Us— Maybe It Will You, Too j^ujii^, I — n •n — miii — ii — n»m• « Arc radios anil telephones used extensively in England? •There were 2,133,000 telephones in use in England in l!>:'>:t or about 22 to each 1,000 in population, which make approximately 1,430,000,000 calls annually. There were about 5,220,000 railiu sets in use in 1934. Both are controlled by the postal department. A Third Trial. At the Diana. Ono of the most amazing thefts - r of a race horse is thrillingly depicted in the Universal film^ "Princess O'Hara," the exciting Damon Runyon story, now showf ing at the Diana Theatre. Based on a true incident in turf history, the plot of the picture is woven around it. A few years ago the racing world was startlec with the news that a famous BLUE DRUG STRATOSPHERE FLIGHT. Trial Flight to Test Instruments Was Made Sunday. (By United Press). Bellevill, III., April 22. Army stratophere balloonists -who will attempt to reach new heights this summer from Rapid City, S. D., today studied results o£ an experimental flight late yesterday. Cat. Orvil A. Anderson, who will .pilot the stratophere balloon from a rockmound shelter in the Black hills, and Capt. Randolph T. Williams took np a small racing type balloon to test scientific instruments to be used in the larger exploration 1 . They left Scott Field here at 3:12 p. m. and landed at 6:48 p. m. on a. hillside farm near Farrar, horse was stolen out of his harn| 60 milej , soutn . Favored by a several days before the big race j light . ground w i n d, they landed ' in which he was to run. The horse was recovered later and found to have been repainted so as to hide his identity. In the annals of horse racing there are many strange and daring incidents of this sort recorded, but none that quite ex- c-eeded this one. Runyon. perhaps America's greatest sports commentator, is well known for his "inside track" on everything that goes on in the sports world. There is little wonder, then; that his stories have become so popular to millions of readers. "Princes O'Hara" is one of Runyon's most thrilling tales, and was read by millions last year when the story appeared serially in 'Colliers Magazine. The motion picture adaption' by Doris Malloy and Harry Clork. two well-known Kcreen playwrights, leaves nothing wanting. Awarded Mattress. plains states Republicanism. (Dy Unilcil Tress). i ; \Villiamsport,' April 22. I—j A third trial for Mrs. Hazel Adams, 42, Cayuga, charged with killing Miss Aileen Randolph, IS, ! Lodi. became necessary today after, a jury in Warren .circuit jcourt failed to. reach Jan agreement.: •Mrs. Sarah'Qakos. of Miami, Florida", ;waa tlie; week end ! guest of; Mr. and Mrs!.; John Werner; of North Main street. | j Plane Crash. ' ' i ' I [Portland, Appli !2:2.—In a icra'sh of a light monjjplano, Orlo| Bishop, 28, ia seryi|4 station prjpprio- tor, wad Ikilled and Harry Berior, 23, an ataatenrj pilot, su£tered|8o- thV'Brig As Republican presidential strategy develops it is • evident that the party high command will incline to limit its choice to the mid-West. F o r m e r President, Hoover does not figure in tlv- prayers of most party leaders tor i 19:!(! miracle man.' If Smith could be persuaded to lead a conservative bolt from the new deal the Republicans probably would profit less than if Senator Huey P. Long or some .other left winger beckoned the radicals cut of the Roosevelt camp. Kr- publican strategy is tp keep the comparatively conservative elements which remained loyal in 1S:>2 and 193-1 and to gain so.-nf- liberal support which must he- won away from Mr. Roosevelt, i j It is argued in behalf of Smith that he would poll heavily in Nti^' York and atract a big vote ^ other great northern and eastej'n states. Big business, big banking and the brokers would be expect;-, ed to regain .confidence at sight of the brown derby. But to expect Republicans to accept Smltl leadership against; Roosevelt i ijs too much and, if Smith led a servatlve-Dcmocratic third, ho probably would improve n deal chances. Anyway, Smith hjap not been a party bolter. Visitors gathered hero for Mrs. Walter Overdorf, residing in the Albright community was a "' awarded the mattress given away by the Foster furniture store Saturday night. Mrs. Overdorf was in the crowd at the store when the award was made and was delighted with her good fortune. Daily Bible Quotation. with ease. ^ "It was. a perfect flight under ideal conditions," Capt. Anderson said. : 4ff| They attained an altitude of 26.000 feet. Capt. Williams conducted scientific observations. Instruments tested were one to determine the electrical conductivity of ratified atmosphere and a battery of electrical thermometers which automatically Trill record temperatures in the stratosphere. Mooro Meeting Regular meeting of Moose I» o d go Tuesday evening. Members are urged to be present.—FRED J. NELSON. Dictator. : Smoking and Drinking? Watch Your Stomach For quick relief from indigestion and upset stomach due tp excessive smoking and drinking try Dr. Emil's Adla Tablets. Sold on money, back guarantee. Bine Front Drug Store; in Windfall by Schell's Drug Store. ; ; Why art thou cast down, O my soul? And why art thou disquieted within me? Hope thou n God; for I shall yet praise him, vho is the health of my counte- lance and'my God.—Psalm 4>2:11. 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