The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on May 2, 1935 · Page 6
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Jtttler Program Has Forced Britain to Increase Her War Budget. LARGER AIR DEFENSE London, May 2.—Great Britain, an authoritative source revealed last sight, will spend an extra $25,000,000 this year to keep abreast of Germany in Europe's headlong air armaments race. That amount will be expended in addition to the 5105.000,000 ' already provided in air estimates for the current fiscal year, the informed sources disclosed. The proposal, regarded in informed quarters as an answer to Adolf Hitler's boast that the reich now is as strong in the air as Great Britain, is expected to be the headlight of Prime Minister Ramsay MacDonald's "important announcement" opening the house of commons debate on foreign af- faris today. Other developments of the day serving to emphasize this government's increasing awareness of the danger of war were: 1. Lord Hailsham, minister of war, told the Canadian Women's club that "closer understanding between Britain and the United States" would be "the surest assurance of the peace of the world." -2. Sir Bolton Eyres Monsell, first lord of the admiralty, questioned closely in the house of commons, said Germany's first submarine since the world war would be ready for action within six months. 3. The British cabinet was considering protesting formally to Berlin the newest violation of the Versailles treaty—the reich's decision to build-U-b'oats. 4. Cabinet members conferrad with dominion leaders and received their assurance that the empire's domains would support the mother country in any reasonable effort to preserve peace. 5. Lord Londonderry, secretary for air, presented to the cabinet plans to increase Britain's fighting planes, airdrome and royal air force personnel. G. Government quarters admitted the possibility that Anglo- German naval .conversations, already once postponed because of Germany's submarine plans, • might .be abandoned altogether. • •• ELKS INSTALLED. Officers for Coining Year Charge Last Night. Took The Tipton lodge of Elks installed officers for the coming year Wednesday night with a large attendance of members and they enjoyed a splendid lunch in connection with the annual event. John Roseberry who finished the term of W. G. Yetman in 1933 and was exalted ruler during 193-1 was re-elected and installed to this position. Other officers installed were Joe Law, esteemed leading knight; Noel A. Purvis, esteemed loyal knight; Charles O'Toole, esteemed lecturing knight; Frank Re-cobs, secretary; H. S: Matthews, treasurer; C. A. Bates, trustee and Jacob Kihler, Tyler. Messrs. Law and Purvis were advanced, Frank Recobs and Jacob Kibler were re-elected and installed and C. A. Bates, Charles O'Toole and H. S. Matthews are new officials. The latter replaces George B. Frisz as treasurer, a post .Mr. Frisz has held for many years. The lodge during the past year lias added a number of new members and re-instated others and is in good condition. During the past year the home of the lodge on East Madison street has undergone some extensive improvements and it is one of the prettiest in this section of the stain. C. OF C. HI President Resents Continued Criticism of This National Body. LIEUT FORM PUBLIC NEXT SUNDAY Matinee Musicale Presenting Ensemble Concert at the Christian Church. EXCELLENT PROGRAM County's Best Talent Will Be Included in the • Presentation. BREAK IS HINTED FIKST SHOW TONIGHT. .Kempton Merchants to Give Free Movies During Summer. Merchants of Kempton are sponsoring a free moving picture show to be given during the summer and entertainment will be furnished free to the public each Thursday night. The Hoosier Talkie Picture Corporation of Wabash, -Is furnishing the •machine, pictures and an operator,. with William M. Sholty of Wabash, in charge. This Is the second year, Mr. Sholty has operated the picture show in Kampton, and his programs last'year were very satisfactory and drew' large crowds, parking space in Kempton on Thursday nights being at a premium. • • Washington, May 2.—A sharp break between President Roosevelt and business Itaders represented here by the Chamber of Commerce of the United States was indicated last night coincident with reports that the chief executive had become angered at continuous criticism by the chamber. Accustomed to a speech or me#sage from the president at its yearly meeting, the chamber found itself completely ignored at the annual dinner last night. Some of the business leaders gathered here were inclined to attach significance to the fact that Henry J. Allen, former Republican governor and senator from Kansas, and a friend of Herbert Hoover, was the featured speaker of the chamber's annual dinner. From that spotlight position on the convention program, Allen compared the English and American economic programs. By following "old-fashioned"' principles, he asserted. Great Britain "now leads the world" in recovery. He did not mention the Roosevelt administration by name but bespoke more favor for England's methods. The general public is invited and welcome to an ensemble concert to be given 'at the West Street Christian church Sunday afternoon, May 5 at 2:30, presented by the county's best musical .talent. The program will be presented by the Matinee, ftl usicale. The program will be in celebration of "National Music Week," and will also be in celebation of the May Day season. The lower auditorium of the church will be used for this presentation and on 1 account of limited space prompt arrival is imperative. The program in detail as furnished the Tribune is as follows: "Andante From Surprise- Symphony" Hayden Rhythm Band, Lois Slone, Direc. "Over the Summer Sea" (piano duets Verdi "Happy Farmer" Schumann Ruth C. Scudder, Mrs. Carl Scudder "Whispering Hope" (violin trio) Hawthorne Ruth, John, Laurann Pentecost "Shortenin' Bread" Wolfe Boys' H. ; S. Glee Club, Lois Slone, Director. "Rosita" (Xylophone Duet) Dupont Mrs.- Conrad Russell, Martha Jane Mattingly "Misere" (Piano Quartet) Verdi Mrs. G. O. Runyon. Alia Mount Mrs. Carl Scudder, Mrs. P. J.Pen- tecost. "Sorter Miss You," (vocal solo with violin dbligato) Hard Fight Being Waged On It By thej Miners. [ (By Uhltecl Press). Washington, May 2. — President Roosevelt yesterday i endorsed the aim of stabilization of the coal industry, but declined to commit himself on the Guffey! bill for- special federal regulation of the industry. . : Under the NRA, he remarked, a degree of stabilization had .been obtained : and for the past year production has approximately equalled consumptio i. i As to allocation or production, the president simply, observed that it was a broad The president's Krief remarks on the coal industry, sponse to questions, conference, came as of operators began campaign against th subject, i made in rein his press a committee an intensive Guffey bill. (By TJnitp.l Press). 2. mittee of coal operators appointed at an industry meeting here launched a vigorous RUBLES CASE IS Robson Named a? Writer of Ransom Note, But Kidnaper Is Dead. GRAND JURY MEETS Anti-Lynci Law Is Shelved After llong Filibuster by Southerners. BELGRANO TO CAPITAL Washington, May | J2.—Smart- ing from a jsemiserious presidential criticism of sensational lethargy. Democratic leaders, aided by Republicans, yesterday flung off the senate's anti-ilynching bill filibuster in| favor of the contro; versial bonus issue. • A move tjo adjourn which had failed on tliree previous occasions, finally icarried, 48: to 32, after several Republicans;and Democrats had rillied to the Southern cause and Senator Borah (Idaho, Republican ^independent) had assailed fromi the floor ;the constitutionality jot the Costigan-Wagner measure to give the Federal governmentj power in lynching cases. ' • I Many senators credited Borah [with breaking the deadlock. ; The adjournment motion was supported by .forty-three Democrats, fouri Republicans and the Farmer-Lab'orite, Shipstead. Fourteen Democrats, all: from the North and West; seventeen R&r publicans and the Progressive, LaFollette, answered "No." Senators j Frederick- VanNuys and Sherman Minton of Indiana yoted against adjournment. j fund corporation today. He will succeed General James A. Drain, national treasurer and judge advocate. General. Drain resigned I because of his other Legion duties. . ' \ Generdl E. M. Stayton, Kansas City, Mo'., was elected vice-president of the board to' fill the vacancy caused by Savage's promotion. ! : Commercial Class Tonight. The .commercial class of Gicero township" meets at the court house Thursday night at 7:30 and all members 1 are asked to be present. Courses of 'instruction in typing and shorthand are offered free and persons jwishing to join the class can report at the court house. fleeting Tonight. Sons |of the American Legion meet tonight at the Armory at 7:30 o'clock. All members urged to attend. ROBERT SPAY, Capt. -Try a Tribune Want Ad. NOW YOU MUST BE READY FOB THAT BAKELITE Meanwhile the .convention's resolutions committee was reported in usually authoritative quarters to be drafting more criticism of Roosevelt legislative proposals for formal submission today. It was indicated the chamber would be asked to go on record as opposing at least two bills on the president's "must" legislative program—the omnibus banking bill and the measure to abolish all but "necessary" ftublic utility holding companies. ... ''Smith Mrs. E. E. Edwards, Lois Slone "Lotus Leaves" (H. S. String Sextette) Creighton Judith Bridge, Margaret Myerly, Mary Compton, Joan Martin, Julia Ann Harting, Doris Allison. Carmena" (Accordion, Xylophone, Piano) Wilson Mrs. Carl Scudder, Mrs. Conrad Russell, Louise Henderson. 'Homing"' Del Riego Girls' H. S. Glee Club, Lois Slone, Director The Blue Danube Waltzes" (piano duo) Strauss Louise Henderson, Mrs. C. B. Stemen "Sylvia" ' Speaks One Fleeting Hour" Lee Choral Group of Musicale, Mrs. E. E. Edwards. Director. Accompanists will be: Ruth Preston. Edith Mae Ogle, Mrs. P. J. Pentecost, Louise Henderson, Mrs. Cyril Mattingly and Mrs. C. B. Stemen. Tucson, Ariz., May 2.—Details of the government'? "solution" of the June Roblep kidnaping case came to the surface in rapid-fire order yesterday while a grand jury met hek-e to follow up the evidence and consider indictments against possibly three persons. , J. Edgar Hoover,] director of the justice department's bureau of investigation, announced in Washington that 'handwriting experts were in Tucson to name Oscar H. (Buster) Robson, a suspect under arrest j for many months, as the writer of ransom notes in the mystifying crime. At the ;same time !a federal authority here made statements indicating the actual kidnaper; was dead. The local authority declined to permit the use of ; his name. • . ! "We can't say that Robson did the kidnaping," Hooyer said, ,"bnt we do know, because Rqbson wrote the ransom notes, that if he did not do the actual kidnap- ing he was an associate in this crime." - | The Tucson source of Information Indicated statements of the man now dead led to the government's solution of the case. Another federal source indicated three indictments would be returned. . Indianapolis, May ; 2. — Frank N. Belgrano, Jr., national com^ mander of Ithe American Legion] .headed last night for Washingtoif to press the veterans' demand for immediate bash payment of the bonus. i | I He abandoned an address pre} pared for the annual Legion aerf ial roundup and set ^out to take personal charge of the bonus campaign, i : America ; is not an aggressor nation, said Brig. Gen. F. M. An! ;drews, chief of the GHQ air iforces of the army . here last •night at the annual a'erial roundup of the American Lglon. , WEATHER — Showers tonight and probably Friday morning; cooler in southwest portion tonight and jin extreme south porr tfon Friday. i ! SCHOOL CONTROVERSY. Radio Club Tonight. The. Radio Club will meet tonight in' the Libray for code practice. Th'e monthly tests will be conductced and prizes awarded to the .winners. HOG PRICES UP. General j Sales Were lOc Higher: Light Weights Steady; • Indianapolis, May 2.—Receipts on hogs, 2,500; held over,-100; cattle, i500; calves, 500; .sheep and lambs 800. Hog prices early today in the local liv;e stock market were generally lOc higher, with the top, $9.15, for 220 to 250-pound offerings: pigs and light 'weights, i up to 160 Impounds, were- steady at $6.60 to $8.60; 160 ' to 225 pounds [sold at $9.00 to $9.10; 250 to i 300 pounds at J9.05 to $9.10; over 300 .pounds, $8.90 to $9.00; kows, $7.75 to ; $8.35. " Cattle were steady,' calves were unchanged at $8.00 down! and lambs were steady to strong: at S7.35 d° wn - ' Chicago, May 2.—Receipts: on hogs, lil.OOO, Including 5,QOOr direct to packers; held over, 2,000; marketi:steady, top price J9.15; cattle, J4.000; sheep and lambs, 16,000.; Local Grain Market .-. Yes— a can of Granitoid I No one would live with a dingy bathroom for a day if they knew how easily and economic dly, jit may be transformed into a. dainty, colorful spot, with Granitoid Enamel. ; . • . • . i : '''• ..r[:.| J ' Granitoid spreads as easy as a linseed oil paint. It dries quickly with a lovely gloss surface, ' as tile, and washable, Granitoid is adapted for walls, woodwork, furniture, linoleum, floors, etc., and comes in numer-r ous enamel and stain colors, and blends for each. Make your selections from our color chartj Bryan Bros. . - Phone 168 1)8-140 East Jefferson Tribune Want Ads Get Results.! 3ats Corn, per llOO Ibs ____$1.12 Local Produce Market. (Moore & Moore) Eggs, per dozen —; .-—— 22c Indianapolin produce Price*. Eggs!—-Indianapolis jobbers offer country shippers . fpr strictly fresh sioc!i; 20c at country points; 21c delivered at Indianapolis. • Poultry !•— Jobbers paying- for' heavy hens, 16c; Leghorns, 14c; broilersi 2 jibs, up, 18c; Leghorns, 2 Ibs., |l6c; cocks; and stags, 8c; geese, 6c; ducks, 8c; guineas, 15c WAS PLACEti JAIL. Frankton Man Found Intoxicated in Court House Basement. Peace Poet Beady. Paris, May 2. — French officials announced i yesterday that France final their and Russia had reached agreement [on the text of mutual ass [stance pact. Rumored Thnt Change Is Wanted By Union Township Trustee. Differences between Trustee Palmer Dean, trustee of Union township, Howard county, which borders on Tipton county north of Wildcat township, and .J. C. Cooley principal of the Union township schools, are said to have caused a rift so wide that the trustee is seeking to demote Cooley. According to a report reaching Tipton, the trustee has offered Cooley a teacher's contract. It was reported the terms of the contract call for a substantial reduction in Cooley's salary. Cooley A young -man, who was: too drunk to answer questions intelligently, was placed in Jail about ICE We are """"g our Ice de- Urery dally. Hang out your card for fecompt Mrrice. Buy 000 Of oof new refrigeraton on midnight Wednesday after; officers had ibeerf notified that a man, drunk and sick, jwas in the men's toilet at the court [house. , Night Offlcersl whitcome : and Utterback plated tym In Jail after he became belligerent anjd refused to' get into his automobile and allow a young lady who was with him. take him htrne. He; gave the name of Prank Tresner or Trealer of Frankton, to the officers, and will have to do some explaining to the court. | After ; being looted upj tho we s Groceries-Meats 130 4- Phones;— 27 Market _!»•__^— AUTO POLISHES CLEANERS POLISHING CLOTHS I - •; i • TOP PUTTY and )RESSLNG OIL & TIRE CO. | Phone lp2. Wheat.iNo. 2, 86c; No. _ . I. 1 ___ 86c 4-2C , Butter— -Jobbers' selling prices for cream^ry butter, fresh firsts, No. I,|33-j84c; No. 2, 3l-32c; in 'quarters and halves. Ic more. young woman who has been connected Thursday 'morning, with the Union township school long enough to he protected by the teachers' tenure law and can be dismissed only by preferring charges and having a hearing: Whether or not he can be demoted and 'his salary reduced is a debatable question. • , Both Qooley and Dean are ?le- publlcaiw, io .that-the inatter not was with him waited In Tipton until 3 o'clock trying to persuade the officers a turnl him loose,, but they tea no condition to bt her care. Fonndatloi Day. Bloomington datlon Day orating,the 5S ed he was in entrusted to laj? 2.—A i lion Foun- I _.|_.1_ : Mo| POULTR We for Cunnii lerrblet Co. Car Prices ..... KURFEES •Finest Selection of USED CARS, i Thousands of Unused Miles In v Onrj Guaranteed Used Cars All Cars Displayed at 214 East Jefferson Standard Coach • ' '»4 Master Sedan .! . Master Sedan Sedan Truck ' '-' Conpe Ooach Sedan Town Sedan, Conpe Sedan Coach Public Auction! Starting at 1:00 P. M. and Continuing All Day Everything in the Store Must Be Sold ' Saturday, May 4th : • ' : ] "H- _ & NOT GOING OUT OF BUSINESS, i BUT NEED THE CASH — OUR LOSS IS YOUR GAIN. Bed room suites; living room suites; dressers, beds, springs, mattresses, Congoleum rugs, coal and oil stoves; in fact, everything needed in the home. Prices are to be made by. you as everytning will sell 50 NEW MATTRESSES FOR THIS SALE, Foster Furniture Store ;F. H. 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