The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on April 26, 1935 · Page 1
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The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana · Page 1

Tipton, Indiana
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Friday, April 26, 1935
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Entered as secon* cla«a matter, Oct i. 1895, at port office' at Tipton. Ind.. under the act of March 5, 1879 , INDIANA; FRIDAY EVENING, j APRIL 20, 1035. ' • JAPAN SEES FLEET AS Maneuvers in "Pacific Re- gardee the Nipponese. NEWSPAPER AROUSED Fortifications and Proposed Air Route to China Are Opposed. Tokyo, naval mat: Pacific ar according to represi the Japan fluential published It is a; American disarmam fleets HIP propaganc The an speech by kiyo Taku picture w. financial and it was deal of ill; as an Affront to April 2i".—American uvers lo lie hold in the aimed against Japan, to an urtirli—asserted it directly tho view of so navy—which the in- icwspaper Xichi Nichi oday. erted further that the King George Urged to Put Kipling on Honors List London. April 2G.—To Rudyard Kipling, often referred to as "the forgotten man of English letters," may come at last some measure of official homage which his legion of admirers has thought is long overdue. N'ow approaching his seventieth birthday, the writer is being mentioned as an almost certain recipient of garlands from the king's jubilee honors list. Although his famous "Recessional" was read at Queen Victoria's second jubilee in 1S!17, he has received no official part on the program of the coming jubilee. For more than thirty years Kipling has been living quetly at his home near Burwash, in Sussex, in which he has not permitted a telephone to be installed. DEATH ENDED foreign o nee is suspicious that ] 'iMrs. Myrtle Lane, 62, Wife of Jasper Lane, Died at Home in Atlanta. official pessimism over it prospects really result of American navy [•lo coincided with M Finance Minister Kore- i ashi. in which a bright I <= painted of Japan's!ILL FOR THREE YEARS nd economic position.! asserted that "the now United States does not yet seem flully to have attained its objective.' Nichi N sational nature. mandated chi's article was of sen- Mrs. Myrtle Lane, 62 years of age, wife of Jasper Lane, died at her home in Atlanta Friday ThTmakeuvers. it was charged, morning at C:45, death being due were aim< d against the Japanese to su ear daibetes from which she islands in HIP far eastern Pacific, and were part of tin- program 'or a campaign against the far ei st. The Japanese navy's viewpoint of the American naval attitude, it •was asserted, had suffered for three years and with her passing the community lost one of its finest types of Christian womanhood. Although for more than two years, she has not had a free moment from pain, no word of complaint ever es- ARE SEEN "The sc Etitute trplning Pacific. "In est air bases and pract America the Soutl iblishing submarine and in the Aleutian islands cing attack and defense , ims a campaign against i [ for the removal of her right limb j . , . , j . ' I and about two months ago the the Japanese mandated islands in! a •'"•""• • .... I left limb became affected badly. Since the operation she had been CLEANING VP CEMETERY. FERA W Kurd >rkers Finding Data Reng Enrly Settlers. FERA workers have been busy ew days beautifying one ohdest burial grounds in cpunty, this being the Hill cemetery in the corner of Madison the past of the Tipton Pleasant southeast township. The cs metry was opened several years ago before the county •was orgt nized and at that time •was in territory which was a part of Hamil bear the low borr The c through has been conditior Jona . year old Mrs. R. heduled maneuvers con-h' aped her Ups ' and l ° the for crossing the friends who visited her often, she presented a cheerful and sunny disposition. Two years ago Mrs. Lane was forced to undergo an operation Seas. • i :on county. Several slabs dates of birth of some persons vho were born more than two hundred years ago, one slab bearing the name of George Har- confined to a wheeled chair when able to be up. She was afflicted with sugar diabetes. Mrs. Lane was born in Tipton county at the north edge of Atlanta, April 20, 1873, a daughter of Christopher and Julia (Gerber) King, both deceased. Early in life she united with the Christian church of Atlanta and was one of the church's active workers in France Gives Warning That Combat Planes Will Attack "Visitors." WAR SECRETS SOUGHT Fortifications on the Frontier Will Be Protected With Force. Paris, April | 26.—Angered by four alleged illegal-flights of German airplanes over French frontier fortifications, the air ministry issued final warning today that combat planes would force down any aircraft that flew over the forbidden zone. ; ; These combat planes will have orders to surroond and force down—without i'a collision—the foreign planes, i The air ministry, in issuing_ its warning, said Hi? measures were made necessary to protect the secrecy of the great defense works along the German frontier. It is particularly necessary to protect work being done in the forests of Alsace and Moselle. Army engineers are using French troops and Senegalsese soldiers from Africa instead of civilian workers to keep activities secret, A German war plane "time table" -was published here this week: Frankfort-Stuttgart to Paris: 1 hour 15 minutes. The table continued with "times" for German attacks on British and Northern Italian 1 towns. The air ministry's action was finally impelled'by a fourth flight yesterday, when a small plane occupied by two men flew low over the surface of strong works on which soldiers were working near Waldwlsse. Dispatches from Metz said that the four flights seemed to be part of a general plan to photograph works in progress, since \ soldiers and replaced civilian laborers who included Germans, Poles and other foreigners. Dolores Gay Despite Troubles in 1719 and his wife Mary Hirlow born in 1721. ?metery has no endowment fu id and Trustee Ackelsj the FERA organization Getting Along Nicely. Thursday the Young ambulance took Miss Anna Funke to the home of her parents Mr. -and Mrs. Theodore Funke east of Tipton. Miss Funke who underwent an operation for appendicitis in \ Dolore* Coitello Barryn Arthur Byron Despite the maktal rift between beautiful Dolores Costello Barrymore and heir actor-husband, John, the {actress was in gay spirits when she made (her first recent public appparance since she left the Bajrrymore home a|nd moved to a new Residence with her children. She is shown ^chatting with Arthur Byron, actor, at a Los Angeles | night club., DEATMAUP ! BY ItALYSIS N. M. Fouch, 80, Died at His Home, 115 North East Street, Friday. ILL FOR TWQ YEARS One Judgment Rendered by Arge^ment of Parties by Judge Russell, ITEMS OF INTEREST Nj M. Fouch, 79 Jyear^ of age and a resident of Tipton ;for several years, died at his home 115 North East street, jfollowing an illness which started almost two yeari ago. Sevqraj month} ago he suffered a stroke '<of paralysis and since that time has been .confined to his bed. At tjmes within the- past ifew months His condition hail became extremjely critical but each! time he would rally and the family and friends were e n-| f or $419.18 principal and interest I Friday morning the Tipton circuit court held a short session only a few of the attorneys being in court. Judge Russell .entered a judgr ment by agreement of the parties in the action instituted by tho Foltz Lumber Company against Clifford : C. Boys and others and ordered j foreclosure of a mechanic's lien'on property on East Jefferson street. The judgment was fCENTEROF having it put in' good for Memorial Day. las the Menslc.s. Louise Leatherman, 6- daughter of Mr. and D. Leatherman of West all departments up to the time her health broke. Fourteen years ago she was united in marriage to Jasper Lnne of Atalnta, but no children were born to the union. Beside the husband she is survived by one sister, Mrs. Hattie Paulsel of Bradenton, Fla., and two nieces, Mrs. Lois Sinclair of St. Joe, Mo., and Mrs. Ruth Knepper of Bradenton. Following the death the body was brought to the Leatherman Continued oti Pafte 2. ing a fine recovery and will soon be up and around. ; Basey Services. ! Funeral services for Mrs. Roy S. Basey will be .held at the. Pilgrim Holiness clfurch Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock with Rev. O. W. Barnes in charge, i Burial will be in Falrview cemetery.; Friends can tall at the home on North Conde street prior to the hour of the seijvices. Punjab Tribe Swears Off Cattle Stealing for One Year in Honor of Kirig'a Jubilee Bombay. April 26. — One of Punjab's moat primitive tribes, as n fraotui*A itnnnrln? TClnEr Georee's agar, who with the Maharanee is now in Naples. . Particular interest' has beeff oc- couraged but the i hopes were blastjed. i N.j M. Fouch spent most of his life on a farm 'at! one time farming :in Kansas and! for several yearfc resided on farms in this and adjoining counties. , l Newton Mel vin! Fouch was born in Tiippecanoe county, near :Con•cord 1 January 14J 185G and was reared on a farm. April: 9, 1SS2 he was united; in marriage to Jenettie McNew land the goad wife! and several children survive. The | children are! Ora Fouch and Mrs.] Nellie Cook k-esidingjin Hamilton county [.near: Noblesville; George and Clarjence Fojuch and Mrsj John A. i' DeckW of Tlptoh and Mrs. Hazel Kas. He Is also large number j o and great-grandchlljdren.! Although .nqt t J ' J church Newton W upright life, he during his former day* being an ,in luiftrious worker andj a good provider i and attqrneys fees of 550. • In the action of Tichner vs. Essig sent here from Hamilton county for trial 'the court fixed June $ as the trial ' date and asked: the attorneys to have the issues; made by that time. Arrangements were being made to have; John Rqush and Jesse Lawhorn arraigned on charges of petit laijceny Friday the affidavits having been served on the pair in the Tlptjon 1 jail. Both are charged with thefts of chickens and j are thought] to ha'/e i been connected with other thefts. Others are thought} to have: been .connected Da'vis of Sedan, with the operations of the two survived -by a men. Since beingjin jail someone [grandchildren broke: a; window Jn an out building at the Rousbi home and ] arc -member of any|thought| to have! removed somo Fouch'lived an Following the •' Washing ton street, is confined to , -ier. horn a with a well developed ease of i leasles. She Is a pupil of jOat Gri shaw at the First Ward jperated Friday. •JHcKinney of Grooms- "fc»kes his home -with Ballenger at ^operated tor * -' silver Jubilee, has responded to the appeal ot British Commissioner C. C. Garbett and solemnly agreed not to steal any cattle during Jubilee year. The tribe is. notorious throughout the Punjab for its cattle rustling. Rome, April 26.—Ot ; all the Indian princes who hare arrived Iri Italy en route to London- for the **«*•; caaloned by the presence ' among the Maharajah's suite not only! ot a young lion cub, but a venerable parrot, which jks said to bear the name Popsy and to be 110 yean old. Popsy is said tp have function ot chasing away spirits from the presence of Maharajah and his party. London, ApHJ 2».—Prime "•O .33. _ —2 *' Ki/At/» ** . _. \ vY the ivil the wag; taken to the Ogle & Little parlors for preparation and returned to the'ho me Friday evening to lie in state until the hour of t;he funeral. Services are to be held at the hone 115 North day afternoon] at ReV. H. R. P4ar • i , " ; _ the h'ome at any serrUes. ! death the :body .st stfi n'nlnn I'eet Mo|n-' with :yj pastor of the West'Street Christian church in charge. Burial Ceir e|,ery.y Friend* .arc 11 be in Fairvlew iivifed t(i call at time prior to the incriminating evidence. Roush had thej key to the building with him at the jail. j Notices have i been received that Thomas J. j Cottongim | of Sharpsville has been declared a bankrutt and that the first meeting of creditors will be May 7 In the federal building before Com- misslonir in Bankruptcy Carl Wilde 1 . All claims must be filed against the estate! by October 21. Judge Mount Conciliation commissioner for the ! county, has received " -_.i--Ll "- •«.- vi«i»_ ruptcjr • „ . . , Llnebac t pf Praiile township jaied unde| titiLemki-Frailer anund- mentjto the bankrupt law. Liabilities pt |5,9S6 aie listed wltflj the Northw. stern j'Mt fual Ufo Ii anoe ^pwjMd, «»«eU are Huey Long, Representatives of Fr. Coughliri and Milo Reno There. THIRD PARTY v MOVE Expect Kingfish to Launch Another Hot Attack on i Administration. Des Moines. la., April 26.— , Leaders of three national armies j of dfecontent convened on Des Moines today to address 15,000 farmers guaranteed ripe for a 1936 third party. On the same platform in the state fair grounds tomorrow, when the annual convention of the National Farmers Holliday association reaches its climax, will be Sen. Huey Long, two personal representatives of the Rev. Charles E. Coughlin, Detroit, and Milo Reno, president of the radical Holiday group. [ Reno wishes with heart andj soul for a 1936 insurrection j against the new deal. He invited Long and Coughlin to the farm-j ers' convention with Ihe idea of furthering his aim. Thousands of farmers speculated eagerly today on his possibilities of success. Coughlin's representatives are H. Ralph Burton, his 'Washington attorney, and B. F. Stephenson of Detroit, his personal agent. The radio priest was the Holiday asso-- ciation's principal convention j speaker in 1934. Long, who thinks Coughlin and his national union for social justice have "a damned good platr form," is expected to take full advantage of dramatic possibilities j In the fact that he will speak almost in the dooryard of secretary of agricultre, Henry . Wallace, i Reno and other members of the: Holiday group applauded heartily j Monday when the kingfish, speakr ing iff the senate, called Wallace "the ignoramus of Iowa." | No one in DesMolnea knows j what Long will touch in his ad-j dress, but Reno hoped frankly ho would say the word that might throw his "sharejour-wealth" forces behind .the third party | hinted at Wednesday ] night whenj Coughlin addressed 17,000 persons In Detroit. ; ; "I believe 88 per cent of the farmers here would follow a liberal third party candidate for the presidency," Reno said. Burton and' Stephenson arrived yesterday, 25 hours I ahead of Long, and participated in c'omj- positions of resolutions- condemnj- Ing the AAA, attacking President Roosevelt for failure ! to fulfill promises to farmers,: and demanding "cost of production" for farm .products. The j resolutions will be !submitted to jthe converij ConttniiPd on Pn«rc 2 : ; Historic Documents Aro Sold In Soviet as .Waste, Paper Moscow, April 2C. — Faced with the problem of bringing order into an accumulation of half a million uncatalogued historical documents and propaganda leaflets, some dating from the seventeenth century, the keeper of the archives at Tomsk, Siberia, solved it by selling them as waste paper. He brought down ofiicial wrath on his head. Those that were blank on one side .were sold to the city Soviet department of agri-cul- ture and other organizations as writing paper, of which there is a chronic shortage. '• Soon after, the village Soviet's collective farm managers and others were astounded to receive letters of instruction on' the backs of which were appeals for- restoration of the czar, prayers for the preservation of the Orthodox church and propaganda for Kerensky and Kolchak. Action of County Council on Appropriation Thursday May Be Tested. ATTEMIW I SOLVE DEAll Murder, Suicide and N&air Fatal Shooting Provide Bizarre Mysteries. ALL ARE CONNECTED TEN CAN TAKE APPEAL he paper^l In the bink- iroceedlhfcfi of Stephen Following the meeting of the! county council Thursday John 3. Mitchell, on behalf of the Mitch-1 ell investment Company, informed j Auditor Jo'e Mattingly that the action of the body in including a $14,546 item in its appropriations of monies collected and re- j ceived in 1935, to pay a bill made! in 1 1934 would be appealed. ! The law provides that an ap-| peal can be taken from the action j of the county council in the mat-j ter of making appropriation, ifj ten or more taxpayers file their petition with the auditor within i ten days from the time the action! of the council was taken. j The Mitchell Investment Com-! pany of which John S. Mitchell is i president is contending-that the action of the council is illegl for the reason that the 1933 law forbids the expenditures of more j money than is secured through i the budget. . j The ruling of the Attorney j General received here Tuesday is I in effect that the claims if legally j contracted can be paid out of 1935 monies. . As to this the council in mak-j ing the appropriation was informed that the claims could have been eared for, had not the state j department .made deductions from j the county's share of the gas tax.; which county officials thought! would not be taken. j Another angle of the contro-; versy is protests filed by Mr. i Mitchell in Octber 1934 and by'j County Commissioner Oscar Van-) •nes in February 1935 against the! Continued on Page 2. | Panama Malcesan Appeal to President Roosevelt foil Payment in Gold on Canal Washington. April! 26.—A dif rect appeal to 'President. Rooser velt tor^the United SJtates to pajf the Panama Canal in j gold coin ot the annual rental-ot $250;000 for the standard of |1904. ;.as.',pre| scribed lib the treaty j>f that year! has beenj made by Dr, Ricardp Ji Alfaro,Tp Minister,' of Patama, by direction of his i President, ^ar|. modlo-£rlas. ; •'- ;?j ' . ,; ! Dr. Alfaro was presented to tli President by Snmner! Welles, - slstamt;ja of State j ernment would be made by President Arias. Ths White House and Mr. Welles were silent. On the -last itwo payment days, the United States tendered checks for |250,000 in devalued dollars, whereas the treaty calls for gold coin of the standard of 1904. The checks were returned. : Other questions also have been under negotiation by Dr. Arias and a mission! from his conn try with Mr. Welis and other State Department- officials tor . six itns In efforts to draft another" Wealthy Young Studio Die- signer Bailed and Suspect Is a Suicide. Hollywood. April''26.—A murder, suicide and near fatal shoot-. ing today provided police with, one of the most bizarre mysteries on record in the film colony. The slaying of Paul Wharton, 25, wealthy motion picture de^signer, was followed! iff rapid succession by the shooting of Henry E. Bolte, 39-year-old University of California at Lost Angeles fa«r j professor, and the suicide of Wil-. liam M. Howard, sought as a sui-/ pect in Wharton's murder. Wharton, former protege of Aimee Semple MePherson, wa found last night iff his fashion/ able studio apartment in th( heart of the film colony reside area, shot three times, thron the chest. He died before he COB identify his slayer. Search for a man who leaped through the window shortly afterl the shooting and fled in an anto-;\ mobile was interrupted Bolte was found at the door of.; his apartment, neaj-by' critically; wounded. Upon reachingj the scene of tilt} shooting, police found Howard's body sprawled on the floor with a bullet hole through the head. Police said Howard answered the description of the suspect who was reported to have fled' from Wharton's apartment following the murder. . A photograph ' found in the slain designer's rooms was identified as a likeness of Howard, police said, and i an • automobile found outside the apartment In which lie committed suicide answered the description of the one which -was seen! leaving Wharton's apartmentj following the. murder. : Officers said ithey wera^ life formed the man who fled froiMr >' Wharton's aparment was attlfeS '.' in a gray suit and wore a" gray fert.- ; 'J?| Howard was said to have dressed in a gray suit and similarly colored- Fedora. Investigators were at a when they attempted to motive to the murder and sulc and were further baffled wJBS they tried to fltj the shooting^iil Bolte into the -picture. Bolte, near death in a ho i -. . - . told police' he Lwas flred-; : ;j from the rear as he ! attemp open the door of his apari after returning from a party at a downtown cale. He denied he! had atten dinner in Wharton's which preceded the young ;'d er's slaying, and said, he acquainted with Howard ton. | ' & Police said the law suffering from two bullet?; in the back, told them he 1 a man walking in front" apartment when; he lent offered no explanation shooting. Meanwhile police soil other man and Itwo were said to have ton's dinner guests. , Mrs, W. A. Wha and eccentric ed Wharton five he was a designertjl pheraon, at the. I basic »replace .tfiatiPf

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