The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on May 3, 1935 · Page 8
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:.' • ',.--•"•• '' • •.^•'-.'• •••-•>•••' T >;TTjiffipB:j^g^ restriction of production. Restriction of exportable farm products •"inevitably reacts" against the nation's economy. J?hree Measures to Pay Off Veterans Are Brought Up in Debates. BILL FAVORED MANY ATTENDIXC5. Tipton County Has Ration at 4-H Club. Dole- A number of 4-H members of HFN YEARS Tipton county are in attendance at the round-up. Those going from Tipton high school are Edith Smith, Mary Ricbeling. Maryj Hershman, Edna Horton. Hope j Wiirgins. Rufina Cage. Jean Han- WELL ta, Miriam Hanla, Julia Chain-! hers, Joan Hughes, Dorothy Hoover, Helen Woodruff, Katherino j Leist, Rachel SI oner, Norma Washington, May 3. — Open- p icker j ne , W Mda Wolverton, and Mr. and Mrs. George L. Todd Receive Congratulations of Many Friends. LOVED COUPLE ing a three-cornered battle royal over the bonus, senate proponents of the inflationary Patman Juanita Emchiscr under the lead- Mr, and Mrs. George L. ToiM. residing just one mile south c.f WILL ! BE IX i Windfall, and one of the well Also Vorland Torwilligor. Ray Mr- and compromise Harrison pay-1 (,„„<,„„,, J()hn M attingly. Ken- jnents plans • yesterday waved arms and shouted words in favor of their proposals. ership of Miss Carroll Jllount. | love( , coupl ,. s of lho roumv- ,.,.]„. bratcd their golden wedding anniversary Sunday and the occasion! was a happy one as they had their i WindTall High $ctipol Contest at Evnnsvilie Saturday, The Windfall high school band directed by Prof. Joseph Hagains accompanied by him, Mrs. Dan C.i Zehner and Mrs^ Gladys jKIcyla; left Thursday for Evahsvillo,! where the band composed; of -« mem In rs will compete in the state high school baud contest. The trip was made in a big Hoosicr State bus, from Indianapolis. Thursday night i the' Ilobart high sfhool band gave a concert and tonight the various bands will stage a "big parade! thro^b the main business distncjXof Evansville. Pal-t of their! grading will be on the marchings The Windfall band will play at 1:30 Saturday afternoon. ; neth Bozell. Thomas Cochran. Wayne Stevens, James Johnson j •.•llildren and grandchildren with i jand a group from Madison town- lhem for Uie ( ,. lv an(1 during the! Behind the scones, in tho sen-j shlp win RO und ,. r tnu direction aacl . m ,,, n mllllv "friends called t..| ate cloakrooms, advocates of «"«i O f J.-B. Oyler. - lextend congratulations middle-ground Vinson bill struck j p :lr( , Ilts <(f ,|. n c.hil. members 1 ' M _ "' ' r , " softer blows, with some observers | w ,, 0 havo nev(1 ,. attPml(M , th( J ^ -™ ^^^^^^ estimating a swing in that dircc-: Round-up should plan to make tion. Hours more di-balp remained J visi , . 1II(1 sp ,, lhp |,road program 1 ahead however, before a presented in the interest of rural test on the politically potent is-1 youth, sue. Before crowded galleries. Chairman Harrison of the finance committee opened the debate with a prediction President Roosevelt would sign bis bill. The Mississip- .pian contended bis measure would cost a billion dollars less than the cash payment proposals. Senator Long 11).. La.), was equally emphatic in his assertion the president would sign the Pat- j federal Agent Trying to Get man bill, passed by the house. A former veteran. Senator: Clark (D., Mo. I, offered without: debate the American Legion-; packed Vinson bill, providing for full payment in existing currency. Working hard for the Vinson bill in the lobbies outside the senate chamber was John Thomas j Taylor, the Legion's veteran leg- | jslative counsel. He hastened mil j of one of the ante-rooms as Senator Coiizens (K.. Mich.), outspoken bonus foe. protested his pres- \ exe ,. nl j ves ,,f General Motors Cor- was not celebrated until Sunday I • ' • | i mi account <if some of tin ir. rel:i-j_ _, _. i . . • ,. ! Reports. That Special Police PEACE PARLEYS IN AUTO FIELD Employers and Labor in Compromise. NO OFFICIAL WORD (lives not being able to come (lining the weelc. Cluest.s included a daughter.! Mrs. Kva Hunt, widow of Geofr.-y ! jllunt. and hi r twin d:iughiers| iTheliua and Veltita, Mr. and Mrs.! j From Reich Are Placed Along Border. CJnv (',. Todd and son Max. , ami Mrs. Hale llaiish"W and 11 ••••NEW and! GERMAN ARMY j Marks. j During the afternoon Mr. and i.Mrs. !iert Nightenhelser. Mr. and Paris. .May I!.— A dispatch from Nancy to the mw.spajper Le .Matin Mrs. Clifton Morfiird and son cirj| asl ,,j,;i lt sa j,j Gcrimin schiiltz \YVstlield. Mr. and .Mrs. Harmnn | j, o ij z ,,j (picked police) were sta- Cnnu-li and daughter P,avbai"i i.f j t j onc ,j a i6ng the Uli|inelaiid's de- Parker C'ity and Fred U'ittkainp' r j , n iji t arized zone ready to occupy of tin; Groomsville community jj t ivere those from a distance <o Detroit. May :;.—Edward F. McGrady. assistant secretary of labor, broueht labor leaders and ence and threatened to take up in the senate. C. OF C. niTTKIl. Hoosevelt Administration Denounced in Resolutions. (By Unlt..,l I'tvssl. Washington, May 3. — The United States Chamber of Commerce yesterday vigorously and formally denounced vigorously all phases of the uew deal's l!):;r> program. The action came as the, \vhit" house belittled reports of a break Between President Roosevelt and the business leaders. In. a series of strongly-worded its 23rd annual meetings by urging that— 1. The present NRA law be allowed to expire and that congress vote a "substitute bill" on a strictly temporary and limited basis. Permission of business to regulate itself must be forthcoming. 3. The pending utilities bill outlawing holding companies must not be passed, and regulation of public utilities must not be taken over by the federal government Iron the states. 4. The 30-hour week should not be made into law, nor should the proposed permanent national labor board be established. 5. The federal reserve system cannot be changed fundamentally without detriment to the country. 6. The AAA must change policies in connection with poration together here yesterday to discuss a basis for negotiation in the Toledo, O.. Chevrolet plant strike, spearhead of a situation which affected -I!.* 111 " workers in 1 eight cities by strike or shutdown. MeGrady, ace conciliator of the department of labor, discussed visit the home. Mr. and Mrs. get l ins: well advaw-Pd in years an-| wel . e stat i onP( i a jl along thelrigbt in iti-od health, although Mr. Todd cannot do any heavy work. They have spent their iMitire life 111 lho Windfall einiimuinty whore they are held in high esteem. Mrs. Todd's maiden name was Morford, her father being an early minister community. The newspancr said u , was Todd although lparlle , 1 anthoritativeily the police bank of the Rhine. Especially at Uusseldorf, Frankfort, Mannheim, Karlsruhe ami Stuttgart. "They are ready at the ; first signal to cross the JKhine," Lo Matin said, "and occupy in a mili- 58 m mm RAGE i ' i Great Contest for Places in Memcirial Day Classic j Is Assured. i SPEED ! RECORD SEEN Indianapolis, May; 3. — Fifty,eight cars: were entered officially .yesterday in the 500-mile automobile race to be run May 30. ; Mails from the east and west coasts are: expected i to bring a few more < nominations. The 33 fastest will start. ; Fourteeii of the 1 cars are front drives, including one team of ten ontenul bvi the veteran motor builder, H&rry Miller of Los Anf- geles, Calif. One other car has a four-wheel I drive. ; Kacers powered by eight cylinder motors; dominate; there being thirty, while 27 havie four-cyIin T der power' plants. One speedster lias a IG-cylinder motor. ; Drivers for -II cars have been selected, among them being Louis Meyer, of Huntinglon! Park. Calif.; twice winner. •< ; Wild Bill Cuinmihgs of Indianapolis, national driving champion and winner last year, will drive tho s.ime four-cylinder front; drive spnedsler he used to set :J new record of 104.S&! miles por hour for the 500 miles. \ 'Colonel E. V. Hickenbackeri president of the Speedway, be-- lieves the race this month will be| the fastest in history.' He said the cars are faster and more durable.; if? lolj (Program Paul i Gfieorge Richman, - local teacher] oi voice, -has' received word that Boyd Ringo, his fra.- ternitJ I brother ,in Tulsa,' Oklahoma, is again 1 staging his piano carnival in a coast to coast broadcast. It will be a highlight of Columbia's program tonight and will be hpard at .10:15 o'clock. Two hundred pianists, playing 100 instruments, wiU'b'e heard in this unusual concert. A boys choir jj of 500 soprano voices Will aug- 'J ment the piano symphony,, forming a itotal of TOO musicians on the broadcast. Mr. pingo says they have been rehearsing six months- for this program. Indiana Strike. Rloomington, May — Demanding increased wages, 1.100 members of the United Furniture Workers' Union .went on strike at the: Showers Bros, factory here yesterday? Ambulance Service j ; '• f It is not only when accidente occuf-] that our amhulanee service is .valu- | able; it is the most comfortable way 3 j to move invalids or expectant mothers j between hospital and home. In charge i of skilled attendants, it is a safe;ahd "| dependable form of transportation i that is not expensive. A telephone" call will bring 1 the ambulance to you" quickly. j DiapVr Contest. j (Hy tJnitod IV«sK). , Chicago, May 3.—The Chicago Better Homes exhibit has invited j mothers i ,at babies less than a) yoar old to enter the first mid- west diaper changing contest. The race will be against time —each i mother using her own baby—and an expert will -be in P. E. NICHOLS charge to judge technique. -*- rnprotPctrd Crossings, Roy Is Champ. Lafayette, May 3. i— Franklin; Coltingliam; 17-year-old Union' county 4-H club boy, made history; yesterday by winning first plnce in the baking judging contest at of the Westflclcl | i tary manner the entire region, j tne c i u i) roundup at iPurdue uni j George L. Todd has been a resident of the county since 1S6-I. and was the third child of Oorge \\ . and Mary A. (Sixelove) Todd. ' parents. be and Lemuel S. Todd, residing northeast of Tipton. he- survivors. His father's which. according to the Versailles treaty, should not jreceive any garrisons." i (At Berlin early in the! day versity over IS girls who were district champions. This is the first time in the 17 years of club roundup programs at the 'univer-j the situation with Francis J. 1)11-;. !nig th< ion, American Federation of La-! ,,,..,„, 0 ,.,. ul . rpd in this ,-ounty Feb. ] . , bor organizer, as soon as Dillon ... , c _ r .,, ,,,, , ,„• (; ., | m ,ito guard against disorders.) Minister of Air Hermann.Wilhclm sity that a boy has -won a cham-, (Snoring told newspapermen the : pionship in contests listed as girls'; reich had no intention of sending events, troops into the lihjncland, at though hi! ! (Hy ITnitiMt Press). India:napolis, May 3. — More than 10.000 of the 12,726 grade crossings in Indiana are unprotected. | a survey conducted by R. C. Gilbert, chief, railroad inspector! for the Public Service commission, shows.. HO«S AGAIX HIGHER. General; Sales Advance li»c, Light Weights 15, Friday. coutendejl the police, b Wren B t Uenad arrived from Washington. He went then to the office of William: F. Kniidsen, executive vjcc-presi-i dent of General Motors, and later j L'o. 1S7S. at the age nf fi:'.. the mother lived to a ripe age. old all -were closeted in conference at Knudsen's office. The three avoided any statement relative to the Toledo plant strike. Effects of tho Toledo strike Tribune joins th« % many of this excellent couple in and (extending congratulations I wishing them many happy re- tn'rns of their wedding annivcr- sar . Rerlin, May :'.. —j Minister oi ' Mr and Mrs. Todd are grand- Air Hermann Wilhelm Goerinq uumber ot persons, i declaring Germany's! air fore The diplomats o£ (France and Russia last night signed a pa"t designed to send tht soldiers of either nation on tho march in defense of the other under circum- • parents of ;x spread to Kansas City and St.,. ind thpjr vOUnKest K randson, Max Louis as Chevrolet and Fisher^ Todd ' graduated from, the Body Company plants closed each city for lack of parts. Coincident with the conference' all niversary. in Windfall high school last Friday, it being on their 50th wedding in Detroit, M. E. Coyle. president pf the Chevrolet company, an-j nounced at Flint, Mich., that the: company's plants at Flint, Sag-: M))m . v Devalued 'anil Spending 1 DANZ10 KXt'ITEU. "will always be as strong as any outside combinationj" yesterday revrtiled the first recruits for Germany's new conscript army would be drafted Oct. 1 to serve onu Indianapolis Robbery. ] (V:y t'nitt-d Pri-s.«). j Indianapolis, May! 3. — Two fashionably dressed ,bandits yes-| Indianapolis, May n—Receipts on hogS, 3,000; held over, GO; cattle, -JOO; calves, '500; sheep and lanibs, SOO. Hog prices early today in the local livp stock market were-generally l:5c higher, with the top, $8.30, for 225 to 250-pound offerings; j pigs and light -weights. 100 to 160 pounds, were up 25c at $6.85 to $8.85; 160 to 225 pounds,! $9.15 to $9.25; 250 to 300 pounds,' $9.20 to $9.25; 300 pounds Up. $9.05 to $9.15; sows, $7.75 to 1 $8.50. Cattle were steady, calves, held steady at $8.00 down, and lambs were unchanged, S7.35 for best clipped kinds offered. Chicago, May 3.—Receipts on hogs, 6JOOO, including .3,500 direct to packers; held over, 1,000; • ' - ' ' lOc ,',! market Jopened steady t o terday snatched a.$2,000 payroll, n j gneri top '$9.25; cattle, 1,000; " " -'"-"sheep and lambs, 5,00.0. Local Grain Market Wheat, Jfo. 2, 84c; No. 1 85c Oats from employes of the Hamilton Harris Wholesale Cigar Company while the money was being taken to a bank, j j The bandits escaped on a busy, downtown street in a stolen' auto-| mobile. i ! j 42c year. The disclosure was! the first intimation from an ofllicial of Goering's rank 'as to whtin Adolf Hit- inaw and Bay City would remain open regardless of the situation j in units elsewhere. At Toledo, Fred Schwake, business agent of the United Automobile \Vorkers' Federal Union, said the plant of the Motors Products company at Muncie, Ind., is being equipped to produce Chevrolet transmissions the strikers would and declared carry their Spree Is SlarK'd. Danzig, Free City ot Danzig, May 3. — Financial panic bit the j Free City of Danzig when the population, learned yesterday the gulden had been devalued by 42.37 per cent. Runs on 'banks and stores began immediately paralyzing the j ier's "big army" program, announced by the fuehrjer March 1C, would get under way. , Mcan.s Good Harvest. j Sam Dickov'er former county! commissioner was here Thursday attending to business;matters and! greeting friends. Mij Dickover says the prospects for a bumperj fruit crop iind fail , harvest is good and relies on the old saying •j\Vet April: and cool! May, make: plenty of fruit and I'otS'Qt hay." srnnKX Sixty-Five Persons: Slain In Riots In Philippine Provinces; Manila, May r 1 — Sixty jfive its | flBht there if the plans were carried, out. A group of pickets were the NOW YOU MUST BE READY FOR "Warco" THAT 10 BRUSH BAKELITE . FINISH reported to have moved to Mun- rie to observe the situation. To Kokomo. irmal activity oj the city. A j persons were report! majority of stores shut their doors in the afternoon, but the banks faced the music until the regular closing time. The volstag 1ield a hurried special session yesterday afternoon and the senate named a price Ft. Wayne, May' 3. — Selection commissioner to keep prices from two battles growing slain in out of bitter of the First Methodist Episcopal church of Kokomo as tho site for the 1936 convention of the North Indiana Conference of the Methodist Episcopal church is expected to be made by the convention del- Agates today. . ' • rising. ICE We hre making our ice dc- Uvery daily. Hang out yoar- card for prompt service. Buy one of our new refrigerators on BUT easy nayment plan. Fear Tuberculosis. Word .from the Rlley hospital Thursday regarding the condition ot Robbie Johnson,,son of Mrs. Marie Johnson, telephone operator at Windfall, revealed that tests show the lad is 'suffering from tubercular trouble. The lad is a grandson' of Asher Burkhart of Tipton, his father George Johneon being deceased. and widespread uprisings in the provinces;today agaiist the iproj- ected new commOn venlth ; governmental system.: The suddenness^ a n,i extent of the insurgent movement ncd high authorities south of Windfall ;w: suddenly Jill with jpt oning Wednesday evening, ip, re- AUTJ5 POLISHES CLEANERS POLISHING! CLOTHS TOP PUTTY and FARMERS OIL & TIRE CO. Local Produce.Market. (Moore & Moore) . -. Eggs, per dozen; — : 22c Indinuapolls proance Prices- Eggs-Plndianapolis jobbers of : fer country shippers for strictly fresh stojc!:, 20c at country points; 21c delivered at Indianapolis. Poultry -— Jobbers paying for heayy hens, 16c; Leghorns, 14c;. broilers,12 Ibs. up, ISc; Leghorns, 2 Ibs., 16c; cocks and stags, 8c; geese, 6C; ducks, 8c; guineas, 15c. Buttet—Jobbers' selling prices for creatnery butter, fresh firsts, No. l,"32-J3c; No. .2, 30-3IC; In quarters and halves. Ic more. .. Buttei! Fat—Buyers paying .28c a pound) delivered at Indianapolis Try a Tribune Want Ad. BE WISE,. And Be Carel Where You Borrow TEMPORARILY short of funds? Don't let it * worry you, for we have a plan that can bring you assistance while you are getting your affairs in better shape. A sound, practical system similar to that any modern business Would use. We apply business principles to your personal affairs and finance you. Loans are easy to secure, interest rates place no strain and you repay as you are able. Come in today and find cut more about our plan. Leavell 6- Bates Tipton, Ind. Phone 16 Furniture Rugs Stoves Lineleum Philco Radios T - T orse Electric Refrigerators. Dexter* Washers and Other Home Furnishings, Suite 6* Barrum; "a. ! Chevrolet Co. Cunning 7 m Car Prices Slashed! Tipton's Finest Selection of USED OARS. WEATHER—Cloudy * colder la south* rain In east and north portions tonight; Saturday,, partly Thousands:! of Unused Miles in Had Ptomaine Guaranteed Used Cars All Cars Displayed at ' 2J].4fifaast-i Jefferson ' '84 Standard Conch' '»4 Hasfer 8ed«n '34 blaster Sednn 'S3 Coach •88 fora Sedan. '9» Bnlck ••.-': •SO, '81 Mrs. John Shockriey, suddenly !lll with ptomain'e Spols- ported tojoe getting For a tlnie her cond OULTR _L ll-li-:. 46C Sous and ishe was :Ui der the: care of a physician for! saveral hours. The poisoning waa eating some food wtich had l.ett 'Btandlng.! AUCTION Saturday, May 4, at 2:00 p. Six-room Brick House, '325 South Main. S1 1% Squares South of Commercial **-*"' *-'' Sells Without Reserve to Hi ••-. One-Third Cash, One-third in One-third in Twelve Months* Jennie JOHN NASH, Agent. R.C.FQI .3 ffl .,~ : fc .« *1 1 _ [ Eyerythihg frofn art

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