The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on May 10, 1935 · Page 2
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The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana · Page 2

Tipton, Indiana
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Friday, May 10, 1935
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GENERAL ELECTRIC REFW6ERATOR USES 10% TO 50% LESS CURRENT .•-• "Ageless" sealed-in;" steel mechanism in both \the famous General "; Electric Monitor Top .•and the new, beautifully ••styled General Electric * . * vllatop models. A dozen General Electric models to choose from. Van Zandt said 'he felt his unprecedented action was "thoroughly justified by the situation. He directed a house-to-house canvass by members of 3,500 posts throughout the country. VAUDEVILLE. Continued from Page 1. manding that she prove she is not his wife. "That's up to him," Miss West said. "I haven't Anything to prove. He claims he's married to me, let him prove it." Miss West said she 'planned to discuss -the matter with her attorney and manager, James Timony, but indicated she would ignore Wallace's threats of a legal action. NAVY PLANES. Compton & Son Jnc. Continued from Pago 1. tions that scouting planes of the attacking forces would swoop down from Dutch Harbor, Alaska, jwhen the theoretical alttack on Midway or Honolulu is ordered. A NEW NRA. MAY SUSTAIN. /' Continued from Page I. piore ^han needed to sustain a presidential veto — pledged to a last ditch fight against the Patman bill. Only 48 indicated definite intention to override a veto. The voting strength of the senate now is 93. After elimination of doubtful senators, there remained 24 Democrats and 12 Republicans willing presidential veto. to support a Sensing defeat in the present Twsition of, senators, bonus advocates delayed delivery of the bill to the white house. They sought to bring additional pressure upon the white house and senate. | Commander James E. Van Zandt of the Veterans of Foreign Wars, which has supported the Continued from Page 1. each class of codes, voluntary, contractual, and assent. Where practically voluntary agreements cannot be reached, the alternative will be imposition of limited labor codes. "It is imperative that the right to impose limited codes shall be retained," •Rkhberg said. Hu indicated that public hearings would be held in all cases where major revision was required. THE TIPTpN DAILY taxes equal t,o 1,000 times 25 4-5 grains of gold. Now it Is (receivable for but 1,000 times grains. Thereby, they hope to the courts that they havie i shown actual loss. 15 6-21 convince MAY PLACE CAST. L. M. Hanley Here for X-Ray Examination of Injury. Thursday afternoon thti Shaffer ambulance of Arcadia brought L M. Hanley, former Tiption fire chief, from his farm home near icero to the office of a local physician for X-ray examination of his injured back. The examination revealed a vertebra in the small of the back fractured, the break being a bad" one. Mr_ Hanley was returned to his home and Friday a consultation was being held as to whither or not to place a cast on thej injured spine. The break was caused by a fall of 20 feet last Sunday while 10 was trying to close the door of the haymow to his barn: The njury is considered a serious one. in ohe^hird the time no4 required, kith .out excessive heat or troublesome gas fumes. The other machine is a steamer which furnishes live steam which; will be used with certain medicknts for the scalp treatments. : With the addition of these two modern machines, the i DelMar Beauty Salon is fully equipped with every convenience known to the beauty world to offer the most efficient and most beneficial service in every branch of beauty culture. i ; REMAIN IN JAIL. Jcs c Lawhorni and John Roush Both Deny Chicken Theft. Jesse Lawhorp and John Roush who were placed in jail on a charge of stealing chickens from the premises of Mr. and Mrs. John Rickard .northeast of Tipton 1 , remain' In jail, although . efforts have been made to secure the Explorer and His Party Are Given Honors by President Roosevelt. AWAY FOR TWO YEARS (By Unitcil Press). Washington. May 10. — With only a few more hours to wait for their official national welcome. Rear Admiral' Richard E. Byrd and'the men of his second Antarctic expedition were told today that at last it would be all right Several old friends saw ho doctor's office, and he him at did not appear to be suffering much pain. REMODELED. i H'IMar 1 leant y Salon Undergoing Important Changes. The DelMar Beauty Salon on East Jefferson street is in the hands of workmen, and is being remodeled and enlarged and new equipment added. | One of the outstanding! changes to be made is the installation of a men's department fdr scalp . treatments which will be (entirely of the Supreme court that con-| se " arate from thc ""lies' | section gress had no power to declare thei of lhc sllo »- This department will gold payment clause invalid when < bc ° llcn Ior appointment? every NEW GROUP. Continued from Pago 1. contained in government bond,. In the case then at issue, it added j Patman launched bill from the start, a nation-wide drive for an avalanche of 1,000,000 messages to President Roosevelt urging' him to sign the measure. d:l - v as is l!lc olhor P art :° C tlle ' that the holder of the bond could ! Tlle dresses, coats, hats, and show no damages and therefore ! othcr merchandise which! have was not entitled to collect tilt; ] I)ec " under consignment arp being present equivalent of the old gold ! removed and the entire ro6m will va l ue , I be devoted to the beauty work. Those behind the new test in- i In addition to these changes, tend to insist that when the ; two new pieces of equipment arc Treasury note was bought i:i > being added: One is a six-unit gas 1932 it was, by its own stipulla- dryer, being installed by j Butler tion', receivable for an amount of j Brothers, which will dry the hair release of Roush on bond. Both for them to steam right on up the deny stealing chickens, although several of the fowls taken from the Rickard premises-are : said to have been found at the home of Roush on Wabash Ave., by the officers. Roush asserted Lawhorn brought the chickens to his home and Lawhorn denies this and asserts they were' there when he went to the home. Neither of the! men have insisted on a hearing and the.officers are letting them alone. The men are separated and do not communicate with each other. Roush and Lawhorn were taken in custody on April 23 and have increased in weight under the good feeding of Sheriff Cardwell. ; Change Residence. Potomac to Washington. President Roosevelt rearranged his week end plans in order to do honors at the dock when Byrd's stout old ice breaker, Bear . of Oakland, pulls into the navy yard about 4 p. m., E S. T. "A special congressional delegation will join in welcoming the explorer, returning after two year's absence. The expedition, its members anxious to get home after their long isolation, could have landed two or three days ago, but the receptionists weren't ready, so they had to stall along down the river, meantime polishing up their ship and uniforms. Afte"r greeting Byrd at the dock, [ President Roosevelt will entertain him and Mrs. Byrd at tea on board the presidential yacht Sequoia Members of the expedition Why Pay More? Size 11.3 by 12—SEAMLESS | Axminster Rugs QlIB DdV $39.50 Saturday Only i Just received new extra fine rugs of fine quality, all new patterns by ' famous makers. ' " , ARMSTRONG'S FELT BASE RUGS Size 9x12, speciaj ..$5.95 Size 11.3x12, special .$8.95 FARM IMPLEMENT TIRES; Local Dealer Has Contract With Goodyear Company. Mr. and Mrs.! Lloyd Cox, who w jn then be banqueted by the Na- have been residing at 326 North I tiollal Geographic Society. Independence street for several I The society tonight will give a years, have moved into the Mel reception at which Byrd will "Thousands of farmers are changing their present tractors and farm implements from steel wheels to rubber, or are buying new equipment on rubber," declared J. C. Hull of Hull Bros., local distributors for McCormick Deering tractors and farm implements, who has also just a contract as a dealer in 12 Years Ago Justus double at' 232 on the same street. They moted most of their furniture and furnishings Thursday and finish Friday. is connected wi(h the Mr. Cox Farmers mako his first address on his latest explorations in Antarctica. Oil & Tire Company, which has a station at the junction and one on East Jefferson street. Tribune Want A,da Get Results. Euchre party, St. John's hall, Sunday, May 12, 8 p. m. Everybody welcome. p-18 ( J Hand stapling: machines. Tribune Press. If PURE PAPER FOR CHESTERFIELDS They use 300 gallons of fresh water a minute to purify the clean flax linen pulp that Chesterfield paper is made of signed Goodyear Farm Implement tires, manufactured by the Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co. "Farm Implement tires offer very definite advantages to th-j tractor owner," he continued. "Heading the list of benefits for .most farmers is fuel saving, while greater speed and flexibility of operation, more power released for useful work and increased comfort and health for th» operator are also extremely important. The .tires enable the same amount of work to be done with about 23 per cent less fuel in most cases. "The Farm Implement tire is a development of the Goodyear Air- wheel tire for airplanes, and during the .comparatively short time it has been on the market has indicated that it will revolutionize agricultural processes. "A thing that will prove of interest to; many farmers is the ability of the tractor mounted on Farm Implement tires to be used in high ;gear on the highways where steel wheels with lugs are prohibited. "It is ;evident that the rubber tire is becoming of increasing importance to the farmer and we intend to supply our customers with May 10th. Boy Scouts announced they would collect bundles of clothing for needy families on the 15th. . * * * Arthur Folk was suffering from ^ a piece of steel in his left eye and confined to his home in Arcadia. * *' * Children of the first and second grades at the Third Ward school taught by Miss Lelia Good and Mrs. Crumbo presented Mary's Garden. * # * Funeral services for Mrs. Mack Street were held at the East Union church with Rev. Mr. Mallott of Leisure in charge. * * # The Holman estate purchased a forty acre tract of Albert Showers for $150 per acre. * * * . Rev. W. E. Carroll united in marriage Ray Glass and Cecil Rogers the ceremony taking place at the West Street Christian church parsonage. *• * * * John E. Burton was advertising for a head light and rim lost from his automobile on some road southwest of Tipton. *i ..... ; Charles Hoffman residing near Sharpsville was believed fatally injured when a truck crashed into his automobile. the best pneumatics available," Mr. J. C.' mill- concluded. Getting Along Nicely. Champagne Paper, Co., mill where Chesterfield paper'is made. Over and ; over again they and wash the pure flax linen shreds before they are rolled out into thin crisp paper and; cut into rolls for Chesterfield cigarettes. Every step in the manufacture and everything about the big modern factory ^vhere Chesterfield paper is made is spotless and clean. ! \\' •• .!;••• ' ' ' '1 • " ; . i,.. •'• '•• *' -; ! Before the paper is shipped to this country it is tested for three things— E. E. Pritchard is reported to be getting along as well as possible at his home on North Main street where he is confined with a broken : leg following an accident -Wednesday evening. After the bone was set, he was removed to his home in the Leatherman ambulance, and latest reports stated he was resting very well. Visited at Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Hughes of Sharpsville were at Indianapolis Thursday where they visited with" Right burning quality l>fo taste or odox "There is vo better paper \ < L. ~ _ c_. than fat Thurston Services. Funeral; services for William Thurston will be held at the Ekin Methodist'; church Sunday afternoon at 2:00 o'clock with Rev. Charles E., Taylor newly assigned pastor of Ekin and Shiloh in charge. The body will lie in state at the home west of Ekin until the hour \ of the service and friends are invited to call. Burial will be in the Ridge cemetery, i ; the former's sister, Mrs. Ida Shaw, daughter of Mrs. Laura Hughes of this city, who is a patient at the Robert Long hospital there. She is suffering with a disorder of her head and one ear which was at first thought to be a gath- ' ering. She will undergo a thorough examination' Monday by ia group of specialists and surgeons, and at that time the exact cause ! will be determined. The examination may be followed by an operation, j '-.•;•' It was stated by hospital authorities Thursday th'at'she taay have to remain there for several weeks under treatment.--- |^ s ..- ' :' ^' ~ -• -" \S '" tribune Want Ads Get Result*;-, ' . : • r 1 * ". ; .? .•* .? •j-j-> -- • • .' Lettuce green, the new shade ini enamel at Bexall Prog Stojre. ' c-tf MECHANICS ~ ENGINEER! LEARN Jacob Schn Aa a gue Trlbunel 5'] not tat 10 Itt, Bte t, SharpsvUle of The Tiptoa Dally at the New K1U itre to iritoese HOT TIBES" This invitation to and to good only, IN Tons spare time, it home, , mechanical engineering. Just as „ successful enfineen hive done. Frcfl .ate IttaraatUial CirrmxdiiiM S«a»l«---i. . Bn,l3«l. S4rMHl, P«a«.' . ~ .1, FtaM Mod fun tiftoiitlon itooj i OMektd: • -• • "— • ' '••;''!.. Jade Guimiiittii.1 18648. A THE the

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