The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on May 27, 1935 · Page 5
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FOE SALE OE TRADE HEAL ESTATE FOR SALE—Seven-room • modem house, close in ; real buy for quick sale.^E. A. Foster, c-203 FOR, SALE OR RENT)— 5-room I bouse, modern, North Indepen- > dence. Roley Smith. p-203 R SALE—5-room house, good location; see Sheridan Clyde, over J. -C. Penney Store, Elwood, Ind. • P-203 FOR SALE — Equipment of the Tipton Cement Works, consisting of block machine, power tamper, 250 steel palots, power mixer and other equipment; priced to sell. T. D. Foster, 411 W. Jefferson St. p-202 FOB SALE PERSONAL PROPERTY FOR SALE — Good work horse. Irvin Meyers. ! c-tf FOR SALE—Milch goat; bargain. 457 Green. | P-202 SUITE & BARRUM—Uaed goods; a 3, 4 and 5-burner Perfection stove; rebuilt Estate] heatrola; American coal rang^; Dexter electric .washer; vekjur upholstered bed dovenporfc; oak da- veno and davenport; S-pc. overstuffed suite; overstuffed chair and foot stood; ice refrigerator; breakfast table and two chairs; bed, spring and* mattjess; trade in your used goods on new. : I c-202 WANTED! FOR SALE—Seed potatoes, treated. Charles Beck. p-203 FOR SALE—Comb honey, 10 Ibs. for $1.00. Kathleen O'Banion. Phone 1616. . tf FOR SALE — Super clean hard coal for brooder stoves. Phone 65. Edna Burkhait Co. c-tf FOR SALE—Million Dollar seed potatoes. Walter Moldcn. Phone 14X5. . P-203 FOR SALE — Good clover hay. Phone 1183, or see Walter Kirkpatrick, Route 1. c-202 IMPORTANT—Order chicks in advance. Hatch each *Mon. Ho.-ivlcs 57.43 per 100; 117.25 per 500; 17.00 per 1,000. JUirge type White LoRhorns I6.S5 per 100: JG.75 per 500; Jfi.r.o per 1,000. Few started chirks. Hoosier Hatchery, Michlgan- town, Ind FOR SALE — Tip-Top chicks, proven th'e cheapest for farmer or poultryman; a few started chicks. Tipton Hatchery. c-tf FOR SALE — G-year-old horse, Fordson tractor and Oliver 12- inch tractor plow; 2 I. H. C. rotary hoes; 9-in. Letz burr feed mill; 7-ft. Osborne binder. Butz Implement Store. Phone 33X8. c-tf PRIVATE SALE—At Mrs. F. E. Davis home, pence street; 332 North Inde- call any time; buffet, dining beds, etc. table, chairs, c-tf FOR SALE—Manchu soy beans; fire dried; good germination, J1.25 bushel. Churchille Barr, Phono 917, Goldsmith. c-204 t FOR SALE — Six-year-old black horse. Henry Schweitzer. Phone 42X1. p-204 DON'T keep your OLD 4 AR too long... • It geU costly to nra and it lo»e» trade-in value. THA.BE IT Iff FOR A BETTER USED CAR • Ford Dealers hare late 1933 and 1934 model* «t . bargain pricei. Many nuke*. Liberal gnarante*. Buy" terms. Fortf^Dealer* Have the] " ' : ' ' '" WANTED—You to know we have plenty of wall paper jat 8 cents a double roll. Rexall, Drugs. c-tf WANTED—Paper cleaning. Rev Barnes. Phone 39. p-202 WANTED — Old ice boxes and washers as down payments 01: Crosley Shelvadors and Easj washers. Linebacks. c-206 MISCELLANEOUS KEYS MADE while you wait Phares, Jeweler. u-M-Tu-203 FOR RENT FOR RENT — Modern heatec rooms as low as $3 per week Miller Hotel. Tribune Bldg. t MONEY TO LOAN FARM LOANS—Reasonable rat Fielding & Fielding. c « GRAND LARCENY. Charged Against Couple Undo Arrest at Huntington. Huntington, May 27. — Mrs Frances Rushton, 26, and Jamc Craft, 32, were held in Hunting ton county jail today on charge of grand larceny filed by Mr. an Mrs. Bert Bare, Huntington. Mrs. Rushton confessed tha she and Craft drugged the Hunt ington couple and robbed thei home of $200 cash and household furnishings. Craft was taken into custod May'21 in Indianapolis on charge of drunkenness and was brought here for trial in connection with the robbery. MET WITH 'ACCIDENT. After Spanning Atlantic Spanish Aviator Damaged Plane. (By United Press). Fortaleza, iBrazil, May 27. — uan Ignacio Pombo, 21-year-old Spaniard, who flew the Atlantic to ee his sweetheart, planned to eave his wrecked plane today and ;o by commercial airplane to Para (Belem) to consider his course. Pombo's plane cracked up, apparently hopelessly, at Camacirn on the coast northwest of here yesterday, when 'he tried to take off from a small fenced field. The young flier suffered many scratches on his legs; and was frustrated in his attempt to fly to Mexico to see Senorita Elena Rivero Corral, a home town gir from Santander, Spain, who is with- her parents in, Mexico C.ity. It was Pombo's first accident since he began flying as a boy. He received his first pilot's license when he was 16. Pombo took off from Natal, bis- landing place after his flight fron Bathurst, on the West Africav coast, yesterday morning for Para Mexico City, May 27.—A hero's greeting, and a girl who now is sure she loves him, awaited Ju;i Ignacio Pombo today. The daring and 'gallantry of the young Spanish flier; only 21, who flew the Atlantic to visit his sweetheart here by airplane only to meet with accident as he started up the South American coast, appealed strongly to those here. Mexicans and Spaniards sought to communicate with him on the Brazilian coast, urging him to hasten to the. -capital and assuring him of ample funds to meet any expenses. Senorita Elena Maria Rivcro Corral, the girl whom Pombo was on his way to see. wired him through the United Press: "Thank God you escaped with your life. We always care for you very much. Very many kisses." Government Will Harness Ocean Tides to Produce Electricity. STARTING THIS WEEK (By TJnitea Press). Washington, May 27.—A dramatic attempt to . produce low- cost electricity by harnessing the Atlantic ocean as it rises and falls off the coast of Maine, will open the administration's $4,000,000,000 reemploymcnt drive late this week. The project, on Passamaquod- dy Bay near President Koosevelt'b slimmer home, will be financed bj an initial $10,000,000 from the work-relief fund. It will give work 4,000 and 5,000 Seven Army Sergeants Free from Federal Indictments. !(By United Press). Indianapolis, May 27. — Seven United | States army sergeants were free today from charges of filing fradulent returns to the government after federal court indictments against 'them were dismissed upon petition of Val Nolan, [district attorney. The i>eUU° n was sustained by Federal Judge Robert C. Baitzell- The men were E. D. Ballew, Elwood; Bernard Rome, Indianapolis; William A. Sebastian, Columbus; Ira C. Lee, Indianapolis; Bine Plunkett, Frankfort; Albert Neff, Indianapolis, and James R. Greenwood, Evansville. * Homer S. Cummings; U. S. attorney j general, instructed Nolan to file -the petition, as the army men were tried by court martial. None received severe penalty. BURIAL TOGETHER. Stubblc.Ueld and Mechanic Will Sleep iu Same Grave. OFFER OF FRKEDOM. Arrested Reich Pastors Have Been Made Proposition. Approaching Marriage. Announcement has been made of the approaching marriage of Miss Florence Hickner, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John A. Hickner of Elwood, to Charles Keifer of Pueblo, Colo., the marriage to take place at the St. Jr-eph Catholic church in Elwooi 'Thursday morning June 20th. The bride and groom are both former residents of Tipton, Miss Hickner having been born and reared in Tipton the family removing to Elwood about ten years ago. Mr. Keifer is a son of John Keifer, former sheriff of Tipton county and at one time was engaged in the grocery business here. For a number of years he has been residing in Colorado. Confined Jo Bed. Mrs. Nora Terwilliger, former Tipton resident and now living •with her father, Joe Glass at Elwood, is very ill and confined to her bed. She is 111 with anemia and her condition is considered serious. * •» THE DAILY WHEEZE Olaf: "Did your father complain about my staying so late 1 ast night?" • Gertie: "No. Ou the contrary he asked me how I could be so thoughtless as to let you go to work without any breakfast." MAYTAG SALES and SERVICE NEW Arfb USED WASHERS Used Gas Engine For Demonstration {Call 88 SERViJBE MOTOR CO. Berlin, May 27.—Pastors arrested by Nazis have been offered freedom if they confess responsibility for imprisonment because of indulgence in illegal activities, and promise to read no more anti- pits, it was learned today. Fivo more clergymen, thrne Protestant and two Catholic, have been arrested, it was learned. One Protestant clergyman, at Breslaus, was ordered to leave the city. His arrest caused a demonstration and several persons were arrested. The other two Protestants were arrested for reading excerpts from pamphlets attacking the Nazi "new paganism." One Catholic priest was arrested, and sentenced to six months' imprisonment, for referring to the Nazi winter relief campaign as a to between needy. The plan is to construct a j huge reservoir near and above the Shojcline to trap the waves as they rise 2S feet with th-j incoming tide. TIio water then will be allowed to run out through hydroelectric turbines to, manufacture the power. The development, unique in . ngineering. will take throe years lo build and cost a total of more than $:>(>.liOO.Olio. Additional IVd- y leral funds will bo sought by the U. S. army corps after'tin; first SIO,000,000 has carried work ' to July 1, 1936. "EngiiU"Ting work will lie underway late this week." Mai. Philip 15. Fleming, construction chief saiil. "We can give work to between 4,000 and Si.fiOO persons for a year with our first $10.00(1,000." T h o Passamanuoddy project was first proposed to Public Works Administrator Harold -L. Ickes for financing from his original $3,300,000.000 fund. !!•? t.urned it down, however, because there was no ready market t'or the power. There si ill is . no immediate outlet, although backers of (ho development hope to .sell their mergy in Boston, a full 200 miles away. Several small industries may move to Eustporl, MI.-.. near the dam. President Roosevelt i.~ expected to act tomorrow to give formal approval to more than Sl,- GOO.000,000 in projects recommended by his advisory •allotment board. lie already has verbally passed them. His action will release the mon- j •jy from the U. S. treasury an'lJ put the program in motion. It is Los 'Angeles, Cal., May 27.—In (Stubby) Stubblefield, automobile race, and his mechanic, Leo Whittaker, will he together. They were killed in their ca last week, while tuning up for tht. 500-mile race at Indianapolis Both were 27 years old. Side by side, their bodies wil be interred at Angelus Abbe* Tuesday, funeral directors said. American Will Rest a Week Before the British Open. London,' May 27. — Britons were asking today if the United States has sent' another Bobby Jones blazing over the fairways as they discussed Lawson Little's second straight victory In the- British amateur and his preparations for the open, June 24. He will be among the hottest favorites for the openT despite the terrific battle he was forced to wage before he subdued Dr. Will TweddTell, champion of 1927, 1 up, in the 36-hoIe final to become the first American to win the amateur twice. To England it was the hardest last round within memory. Dr. Tweddell, who plays only a round or so a week, agreed that it was> his toughest match. 'He did not remember sinking his last putt and partially collapsed in the clubhouse. Little likewise was near exhaustion. The champion and other Americans who participated will rest here a week before going to Muir- fleld for the open. Daniel Topping of Greenwich, Conn., definitely has decided to enter, and several of Little's other fellow-countrymen probably will compete. : Tipton Removals. Alleln Goodman has located a 9 lit N<>rth Main street where Ear Moldcji lived. He moved fron 809 *,'•• I North Independence. H< had bben living in part of tin house with Mike Molden. : Ear Moldeh moved in where Allei Goodman vacated. '. * * * Ernest Purvis and family hav vacated the house at 517 Oak moving to a farm near Tipton. : » * * Walter McLeland has mover from 213 East Washington to 32 West ;Ailams whore Chris Land seadel lived. ; * * * John Hummer who has been n contiguous resident at 717 Eas Jefferson street has located a 520 North East where Roy Par kcr lived. Mr. Parker moved to 317 Xorth Independence who: 1 Lloyd: Cox lived. Robert Dwiggans and .familj East South Flo (Taylor moved from now reside at 131 Mrs. He street: where White lived. 128 Vij South Main street. i * * * Mrs. Ella Hamilton has chang ed her residence from 228,'/-> N West to 21S 1 ,i on the same street i * * * Leonard Rohbins has movee scheduled to end reaching a peak 13 months. mid-Novt inform of the Roman formula of | uer of this year, "bread and circuses." The other was charged with criticizing the effect of the "new paganism" doc-trines on ; the Hitler youth organization. He was sentenced to five months. HARNESS RESIGNS. Kokomo Attorney Will Leave Department of Justice. Richard Arlen May Ride In Auto Race Washington, May 27.—Forest A. Harness of Kobomo, Ind. N ace prosecutor of the United States department of justice, has resigned. He has asked to be replaced because he is a Republican — the only Republican left in an important department—but Attorney General Cummings, who has an appreciation of the intelligent, loyal service given by Harness, is not yet willing for him to quit. Harness, the government specialist in the Insull case, has been asked to defer his retirement until the second trial, beginning next month in Chicago, of Samuel B. Insull and three associates of the one time utility magnate, consented. He has Queen's Birthday. London, May 2T.—Queen' Mary celebrated her 68th birthday yesterday' by a surprise automobile King; George. iHlii'and Shi INDIANAPOLIS, Intl. — A handsome adonis 'of the screeii with a rough andnready disposition may ride the bricks in the annual .500-mile race at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway here May 30. [ He is Richard Arlen,. star of the movies and an expert on combustion motors in his own right : Arlen has made a bid to rido as mechanic' with his good frjena Peter De Pablo, winner,;in 1925, who is attempting a come-back this year. De Paolo has accepted the application and Arlen must now pass muster before the A. - ' /A. Contest* Board an£ tecer c-Jermission^ironj his -._,g ! from 119-West Washington stree to uOfii-l- North Main, where Clyde Pickett lived. ; » * * Johii Legg and family have changed their residence from 23b Northj Conde to 30-1 on the same street: Robert Underwood has movei from ^25 South East to an apartment !ln the L. R. Lee block at 2j'fi '.ii East Jefferson street. Henry Ebert and family, who have been sojourning in Florida are nchv residents of Tipton. The location is 402 Kentucky avenu?. He isUhe father of Harry Ebert, who is a mail carrier out of Tipton. Robert Mundell and family residing! at 222 .West Jefferson has moved- ito 417 West Jefferson where Harry Allen lived. I * ;* * Charles Washington and family are uo\y residents of Tipton, moving frpni a farm southeast of Tipton!. The family is located at 439 EJaiU Jefferkon street. Mr. Washington operates the East End filling statjon. ' Clai do Robinson has movad from : 119 East Adams to 511 Co- lumbii I avenue Iwhere Roy'HooJc lived. ' Rosary Chapter. Memorial Meeting Notice. The committees of all women's patriotic organizations of the city are requested to meet Wednesday evening at 7:00 o'clock in the G. A. R. hall of the courthouse to make wreaths for tho Memorial Day services. All ladies are requested to take as many flowers as possible. This meeting will include the Legion Auxiliary, Ladies of the G." A. R., Relief Corps and Daughters of America. Were at Frankfort. Agnes AHherr, Robert Bieri and Mr. and iMrs. Carl Simmons, all of this city, were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and iMrs. Rudi Bieri of Frankfort. WINDFALL. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Clifton and little daughter Sharie Dlaji Clifton of W-ilkinsou came Saturday to pay a visit to Mrs. Maude Clifton. This is the first visit of the new granddaughter at the Clifton home. v Mrs. Kenneth Kennedy, and daughter Queena of Aliquippa, Pa., came Thursday to be the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Felix Crouch and other friends until after Memorial Day. Miss Kennedy is a registered nurse and is taking "a brief vacation. " The Mother and" Daughter banquet at the Methodist church Friday evening was a huge success in every way. It was a very pretty sight to see more than a hundred mothers and daughters seated at. the tables at one time. Approximately one hundred and thirty-five were present. The men waited table. The program was carried out as -was previously announced. Leslie Graham and children and Harry Alley were at Atlanta Saturday. Mrs. Margaret Croyle who has" been employed in a restaurant at Elwood has returned home. Mrs. Flora Terwilliger has been quite ill at her home southeast of Windfall for a few days and under the care of the family physician. Lewis 'Meredith of B'urkett visited his sister Mrs. J. T. Frost and husband this week. not get to see Mr. Guy until Friday evening as the latter is 'also employed on the railroad and he arrived-in Paxton'Friday on the train that Jean took tor home. Dr. Roy Fisher was at Indianapolis Wednesday where he attended the State Medical Meeting at the Columbia club. Dr. Fisher gave a talk at 10:30 in the morning on the "Treatment of Heart Disease." Albert Rollings and Floyd Glaze were at Noblesville Thursday and visited at the Hamilton .County hospital with Harold Knapp of Arcadia who underwent an operation for mastoid Monday. Mrs. Rose VanCleave of-Gary spent Wednesday here as the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Alva Davis. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Cunningham of Texhama, Okla., are spending several days here as the guests of the former's uncle and /-aunt Mr. and Mrs.' Floyd Cunningham. Mrs. Sam Stokes of Fortville and Mr, and Mrs. Ben Nagle of Noblesville visited Thursday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Garnet Nagle. . Mrs. Nagle who recently underwent a serious operation is recovering nicely. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Snyder, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Snyder and, family of here and Miss Lavaughn Snyder a nurse at Sunnyside Sanitarium at Indianapolis were entertained' at a fish fry at the country home of Mr. and Mrs: Will Snyder west of town Friday, evening. - i Mrs.--Rose Jackson of Atlanta spent several days here last week with Mr. and Mrs. Silas DeVaneyi Mrs. Elizabeth Jordan had as her guests Wednesday Mrs. Jini Henderson and daughter Louise; Mrs. Ella Pierce and Jennie Jones of Atlanta and Sarah Jones of Marion. Mrs. Jordan who has been ill for the past ten days with symptoms of pneumonia is better and is able to be out again. Dr. and Mrs. Bert Bryant were at Anderson' Thursday being called there on account of the death of Leo Schell, a "former tenant on their farm. Whi,le in Anderson they also called at the hospital to see,Mrs. Bob Waltz who underwent a serious operation Tuesday. They were not permitted to see her as her condition was critical and no one was allowed in the room but Mr.-Waltz. Miss June Baker was at Noblesville Thursday afternoon and attended a meeting of 4-H club leaders. Fred Martz of Gary spent a few- days here last w«ek with Mrs. Elizabeth Coslow and family. Bob Bray, who is employed in the Rodenbeck drug store has purchased the late James R. Doan Insurance agency represeting the North River Company. Mr. Bray has worked with Mr. Doan for the past three years and is well qualified as an agent. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Foxworthy have returned home from spending several days in' Lexington and Cynthiana Kentucky. I - The Queen Esther Circle met Monday 'evening at the home of Mrs. D. B. Dickover for their regu-- lar meeting and to entertain their mothers as their guests. The regular business period was held after which a program of songs and reading.by Genevieve Hartley and Myra Mae Whisler were givj en.' At this meeting Joan Kibler became a member. A social hour followed the program. Those present were Mrs. R. B. Shaffer and daughter Martha, Mrs. Ralph Waltz and daughter Rachel, Mrs. •come ation and action j Cburt, onjfhej. V '«laV«< 1935, at which timbfsll jdltors or legatees I attire required! to appear in; court and* show cause, It I there be, why said ace vouchers should not be : ; Witness the clerk 1 an said Tipton Circuli Court, ton, Indiana, this 118th ' May, 1935. i ~. RAYMOND W. SIMPSONJ' (Seal) Clerk Tipton. 196-202-OS-14 [Circuit Conr. Notice of Administration.' i Notice is hereby 1 given that-thb undersigned has been appointed.* by the Judge of the Circuit Court of Tipton County, State ot fridi- ana, executrix " " - • • * ^John Frazee; County, deceased. Said estate Is supposed to be solvent. JOSEPHINE: FRAZEE, May 15, 1935. : i Executrix;. C. W. MOUNT, Attorney. : 196-202-08-1)4 of the estate, of late ot Tipto i ARCADIA. Mr. and'Mrs. James Schick and daugher Agnes spent' Friday In Dunkirk with relatives and .attended the high school commencement exercises in the evening, their nephew being one of tho graduates. Charles Fey, father of Mrs. Schick who had been visiting in Dunkirk for several days accompanied them. home. Car} Fey, a brother of Mrs. Schick and who makes his home with them is visiting in Muncle. Mr. : and Mrs'. Olvie Meyers of Broad Ripple spent Saturday night here with his mother Mrs.* Otie Meyers. On Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Meyers and Mrs.'Otte Meyers and Edna Stout were dinner guests :of Mrs.-, Mabel ^Whisler. -, vr£z~^ Vk/-iJir£j._^'JS.C* *» Executrix's Sale of [Real Estate. The undersigned, executrix ot .the last will of Amanda Ev Neall. deceased, hereby gives notice that by virtue of an order of the Haa- cock Circuit Court, bhe will at the hour of 2 o'clock !p. m., on tl:e 15th day of June, 3.935, on the premises at 507 North Mill street, in the City of Tipton, Indiana, offer for sale at public sale the- following described real estate sitt- ate in Tipton, Tipton County, Indiana, to-wit: ; • j • ; Lot Number Twoj(2) in Block Number Eight (8;) in Park Viejw Addition to the City of Tipton, Indiana. j i Said sale will be made subject to the approval of said Court, for not less than two-thirds of the ft 11 appraised value of said real estate and upon the following terms and conditions: ! ; At least one,-third of the- pujr- chose money cash Jin hand, -the balance in two equal installments, payable in not to exceed 9 and J8 months, or all cash,I at the option of the purchaser;^ ithe- deferred payments, if any,: to! be evidenced by notes of the purchaser, bearing 6 per cent interest from "date, waiving relief from [valuation and appraisement laws, ! providing for attorney's fees, and; secured by a mortgage on the jreal estate sold., Said premises will; .be sold^lree and clear of all ihcumbrancesJ IDA M. JACKS,' Executrix of the Last Will and Testament of Amanda E. Nealj [Deceased. RICHARD T. LINEJBACK. Attorney for Estate.! 190-96-202-08 See the New-Leonard Electric Refrigerators H. J. SCHRADER & CO. . ' Ml'--. J J.C.PENNEY-GQ! 116-118 South Main St. .1 -* ',: j 1 LEATHE FUNERAL Ambulance ,; .' j ' BMAH HOME, Service lore :.*&$& Charles Wann and daughter* Mrs. Jack Mahan and . daughter Juanita, Mrs. Frank Hartley and daughter Genevieve, Mrs. ii. C. Baker and daughter June, and Mrs. Ed Whisler and daughter Myra Mae, Miss Elsie Bualer of here and Miss Mildren Senour of Bourbon. i Mr. and Mrs. Walter Nash have received a letter' from thier son Gerald and wife in 1 Nysland, Africa, in which they tell of the illness of their daughter Virginia who has. been ill three weeks] The family left here in Decem- bpr to return to Africa and the iittie girl became ill on. the | boat and] was taken to a hospital in London , for treatment. Mr.! and Mrs. "Nash h,ave been misslonar- lesj In Afrlca.ibr seven yearsj and l«|£t-in Deceinber after a year's urlough- in I ' H the states. .Notice to Heirs, Creditors, Etc. Furnace Coils Replace Your a Self A_ F GAS WATER'! HEATER • | |j - -. •• Public Service Co. BREAD— 1%-lb, loaf EROGER GROCERY t- B. ca Comforts,: SMITSON'S & DRY Phonel: See— YOUNG Suits and! 106 East J€ " LINES

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