The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on May 28, 1935 · Page 1
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Entered u second class matter, Oct. 4, 1896, at post office at Tlpton, lad., under the act of March G, 1879. VOLUME XL, XO. 203. TIPTON, INDIANA, TCESDAY; EVENING, MAY 28, 1935. LOCAL ACTIONS AFFECTED BY Several Cases Pending in Circuit Court Were Given Notice Tuesday. ITEMS OF INTEREST . Action Brought for Foreclosure of Mortgage Sent to , Madison County. Americans to Dig ("anal Across Greek Peninsula Athens, May 2S.—A contract to construct a ship canal across Cassandra, the westernmost of the three earthquake ridden peninsulas of Chalsidi- ki, has been signed by Monks & Ulen Company, American engineers of the Macedonian land reclamation project. : It will connect the Gulf of Salonika with the Gulf of Cassandra. Special reinforcement is necessary to protect the canal against weakening by earthquakes. The lowland of Cassandra, however, simplifies the engineering problems and reduces the cost. Tuesday the ruling of the United Stales supremo cnurt on the Frazier-Lemkc aft. holding it invalid, was reflected in the Tipton circuit court in two cases which received notice. .Attorneys say the ruling will affect a large number of cases pending hero in which proceedings in bankruptcy have been filed under the Frazier- Lenike act. . j Former Judge C. W. Mount: who has hoi-n acting an .-ounly conciliatory .representative under the a--t. slated Tuesday mnriiin^ he was now nut of a job. LEADERS WILL GO AHEAD Patman Inflation Measure Will Probably Be Scrapped for Vinson Bill. BUT NO COMPROMISE BELIEVED NEAR Frantic Weyerhaeuser Family Making Every Effort to Regain Boy. RANSOM IS READY Federal Agents Believe Kid- naping Was for Money Only, Not Malice. The two cases in which the act I was retlected Tuesday were those | of the -Mutual Life Insurance' Company vs. Collier in 'which answers were filed to the com-: (By United Press) Washington, May 28.—Congressional bonus leaders decided to- plaint and cross complaint and a trial date asked, and the foreclosure proceedings brought against Kiloy Suite and others in which a rule to answer was made for June 5. The injunction proceedings brought by the state of Indiain against the Tipton Chevrolet agency to prevent it going off I ho code, are lliuught ended with tli decision and the restraining .order in force is believed ended although no formal dismissal of the ""action has been made in court. - . The agency was restrained from violating a code, which ai- torneys under the ruling say does not exist, .ilthouglr i'. is a part of ihe law of the state of Indiana. Tuesday Judge Frank B. Ruf sell confirmed the appointment of Mrs. Mary Holliday, as adminis- tratrix of the estate of her husband Glen Holliday, whose death occurred January 25. The decedent had compensation insurance payable to his estate. He was a world war veteran. On account of a report of the illness of Judge Meade Vestal of Noblesville the action brought here from Hamilton county in which George Tishner is plaintilf and Emma Gleason is defendant, scheduled for trial June G, was erased from the trial docket. An affidavit for a change of venue from the county was filp-1 in the case of William Pierce against John H. Osborn and it was sent to Madison county for trial. The action is one for foreclosure of a'mortgage the demand benig for $2,600. Charles Frawley placed in jail .Saturday night, charged with resisting an officer and intoxication was released on bond, furnished by relatives. The young inan arrested at the Rustic Gardens in Atlanta is alleged to have struck Deputy Sheriff Virgil • CairdwelJ. ~-» j Haworth Services, day to favor a bonus bill "of anyj kind." The decision <By Unltod Press). Tacoma, Wash., May 28.—Safe eturn of 9-year-old George Wey- rhaeuser was forecast today. His amily was believed making con- acts with the kidnapers who eized the child in front of Anie Wright seminary May 24. Shortly after the boy's father. John Philip Weyerhaeuser, requested that federal agents and police "cease to Interfere," a third classified advertisement appeared in a Seattle paper today. "We are ready. Percy Minnie," was the ad's terse notice to the jabuductors. Brothers Face Dfcath Gaily ,^>>t« Louii P.checo John p achec o Doomed to die in the lethal chamber at the state prison at Canont .City, Colo., by June 1, Louis Pacheco, 36, left, and his brother, John, 22, have nevertheless maintained the gayest of spirits. V They have been ^'the life of the party" in "death rovf", where they were incarcerated following their conviction!,of two murders.' mea]13 that the Patman inflation measure, vetoed by the President, will be scrapped in favor of the Vinson bill, unless the "Greenback" bill showers greater strength in a senate poll. Following a meeting of senate and house leaders who fought for adoption of the Patman over the Vinson bill. Sen. Elmer Thomas, D., Okla., announced that his group would "do its utmost" to , a ad wag believed to ind j cate that further word had been received at the Weyerhaeuser home. (By United Preps). Tacoma, Wash., May 28. — Fighting off the interference of federal agents and local police, the multi-millionaire Weyerhaeuser family today was believed approaching a definite contact with the kidnap gang holding its 9- year-old heir. J. H. Titcomb, uncle of the abducted child, and F. 'Marfield Bol- Funeral services for ; George Franklin Haworth whose death took place Sunday morning were held at the Cicero Christian church Tuesday morning 1 at 10 o'clock with burial at that place. The body lay in state at the Young Parlors in Tipton until the hour services and many Mr. Haworth ,vas. the ! ifn. Myrtle lafctason fiTipion friends service certificates, letting inflation "go by the board" if necessary. Thomas said the best opportunity for such action would be to attach it to any bill extending and modifying the NRA in light of the supreme court decision. He said no compromise such as the Harrison bill which reduces the amount to be paid would be accepted but that a combination of the Patman and Vinson 1 bills would be satisfactory. Suffered Breakdown. Word has been received here of the illness of Judge Meade Vestal of Noblesville, who has practiced in the local courts often and who is well known in Masonry over the state. Judge Vestal is said to be confined to his home with, a nervous breakdown and is out of his office for a time. During his absence Walter Shirts is looking after the emergency matters In the office. Is Very Sick. Jesse Norris, Spanish-American war veteran, who resides near Windfall and who has been in ill health for a number of years, is again reported to be very ill. com, Seattle, a family friend, made several journeys surrounded by the greatest secrecy, and early today Titcomb had completely disappeared. He was last seen driving at a furious pace in his automobile. He was alone. He departed soon after the father made an emotional appeal to federal agents to cease their interference. The agents were known to have intercepted mail addressed to the Weyerhaeusers at the postoftlce and were suspected by the family of tapping telephone wires. The family becaniS^increasing- ly frantic. Mrs. Weyerhaeuser, the mother, was reported near collapse and Weyerhaeuser, sturdy descendant - of the immigrant founder of the vast Weyerhaeuser timber dynasty, was showing signs of the constant strain he has been under since his child was stolen lagt Friday. Quite obviously the thought of the capture and punishment of the kidnaper was secondary. The parents wanted only the safe return of the chTld, cost what it might. Federal agents are completely convinced that the kidnaping was perpetrated for one motive alone — money. They believe It may be the work qf a man or men of amateur standing. Continued on Page 2. Burgess Designs Swift U-Boat Chaser; Navy Puts Yacht Expert to Work on Plan Washington, May 28. — With the aim of having plans ready for immediate use in a national emergency the Navy Department IB having a new type of speed boat submarine chaser, with high speed as the basic characteristic, designed by W. Starling Bnrgess. designer 'of the America's Cap defense yachts Enterprise and Rainbow. Measuring about 100 for overall, the vessel will be of a aiie and type not Jimled by existing naval rtt%t»Mitle«:'she Is Intended 1? during the World War to. enable the navy to combat the German U-boat menace along the Atlantic Coast. Naval officials said that the new motor boat would be in no sense a . "vest-pocket" torpedo craft, similar to Germany's newest naval craft, as she will not carry torpedoes. The department does not contemplate the construction of the boat at this time, but in >an emergency -inch -Tassels conidvot liiliHUUifflBWHlBlHIilsl COUNTY MEETING OF 4-H CLUBS Will Be Held at Kemp M. E. Church on the Evening of June 7. A NATIONAL- SPEAKER, On Friday evening, June 7, Tipton county 4-H club members, parents and friends will hold an all-county meeting at the Kemp M. E. church in Tipton. Dr. A. B. Famous Canadian Babies Celebrate First Anniversary; With Party. COO OVER THE RADIO (By United Press). Callender, Ont., May 28.—The countryside was moving almost enmasse ;to the Callender church soon after dawn today to pray for Graham of Washington, D. C. will, the lon S life and happiness of the ' Dionne quintuplets. It was their be the speaker. Dr. Graham is known national- y as the father of the 4-H club >rogram. In addition, the program will have local 4-H club members taking part. The Windfall band has agreed to furnish music. Surrounding counties are being sent invitations to participate in this red-letter day in the Tipton county 4-H club program. STRIKE VIOLENCE. Worker and a Wonutn Bystander Shot at Canton, Ohio, Plant. (By Unltod PrMs). Canton, O., May 28.—A striking Republic Steel .Corporation worker and a woman bystander were shot today In a new outbreak of strike violence here. first birthday, the mile-stone of assured life for the tiny tots that resulted from nature's miracle — five babtes born from the same mother at the same time. The quints themselves snoozed contentedly on the veranda of Dafoe hospital, while in all parts of the wcjrld men were saying to one another: "Think of it. The COURT RULi ARE JAMMED NRA, Powers of President, Mortgage Act Will Be Campaign Issues. DARROW HAS OPINION tongress Waits for Administration to Move to '.Save the NRA. Germans Who Listen in on " Moscow ' Radio Risk Jabs Berlin, May 28. — German employers are justified in dismissing without notice any em- ploye who listens to a Moscow radio station, according to a ruling made by -a labor court at Marienwerder, in East Prussia. In the case in question an employer in the Marienwerdu- district discovered that one of his employes often listend after work to a program from a Moscow station. Although he had no other complaint against the man, he immediately dismissed him. Dismissals without notice, except for the most serious offenses against plant discipline, are forbidden in Germany. Asks His Parliam ;nt to Ghrfi Him Extraordinary Po erslOverJMoney. WOULD AVER^ CEISIff (By United Press). Washington. May 28. — Dazed new dealers, under direct orders of President Roosevelt, sought 'everishly today to salvage some- hing from the wreckage of NRA. The president directed adminis- ration lawyers, experts, and others to study from every angle the emergency created by the supreme court's decision outlawing lis foremost recovery agency, and onsider ways of meeting it. Half a dozen conferences were ailed hastily in various parts of he capital as the administration nalyzed every angle of the crisis. Mr. Roosevelt put aside other vork to devote himself to the IRA situation. By the end of the week, the vhite house said, the president may have enough facts at hand to nable him to map out a definite ourse of action. WILL MEMORIAL DAY Appropriate Services Will Be Held Here on Thursday Afternoon. (By Unltnl Pr.i-?s). Washington, May 28. — Con- ressional leaders decided today sidetrack the pending AAA mendments because of the UQ- ertainties created by the supremo ourt's NRA decision. COMMITTEES SELECTED Washington, May 28. — Tho three unanimous supreme court decisions which jarred the new deal and repudiated a left wing more toward redistribution 1 of wealth are loaded with big political and economic consequences. The court dealt with blazing issues. It wrecked NRA, sharply curtailed powers'President Roosevelt sought to exercise over inde- qumtuplets are one year old to- ^ federa , agencfes au(J ,,.,. day. Life was marvelous to their big eyes |as they surveyed the greening Jworld, but their participation in: it did not seem to impress them at all. This afternoon there was a "party" fpr them in which they participated only , by staring out the windows of their nursery at the Canadian government officials, provincial! dignitaries, the clergy, Several men in a black- sedan their par ^ nts ' Mr ' and Mra ' O1 . iva pionne, their guardians, and people of {heji countryside. They were carried individually to a microphone and invited to -chirp, coo, or bellowjfor the benefit of Canadian and American radio audiences. They were privileged to look at five cakes each bearing u 'single candle. Then off to bed. reportedly opened fire on pickets at the Furnace gate of the National Alloy Plant as pickets strengthened their lines with barricades. Those shot were John Motta, 45, a striking worker, and Mrs. Mary Reed, 22. Leaders of the Amalgamated Association of Iron, Steel and Tin workers which called the strike, said they planned to.order a sympathetic walkout later today in the Republic Steel units in Massilon, where 6,500 men' are employed. Taken to Hospital. Tuesday afternoon the Leatherman ambulance rem'oved Cella Mae Flndling, daughter of H. G. Findling west of Tipton, from her home to' the Methodist hospital, at Indianapolis, where sue will be under observation-and treatment for a time. Miss 'Findling has not been feeflng well for the past three weeks, and the attending physician has been unable to [locate the exact «anse of .her trouble. Ue at the^cipIUl .be will ' .-_£'. La. JiViEcfA -ii*-*-* '-- v - birthday started \ The quints With a bang — or at least with Marie's ufeual 5 o'clock chirping. phe songj awoke Annette, who kreeted the - day with such enthusiasm phe almost kicked .over the tab'le, which woke Ceclle and Yvonne and Emelie. Awaltin? them were new dresses and new es were i dressed i in necklacesJ j The babi new, sheer white batiste birthday dresses, pin-tucked and lace-bordered and exquisite, and perhaps in new wjhlte organdie bonnets. The five tiny diamond rings which were presented at the radio broad :ast this afternoon wero the gin of the Ostranders of Toronto, a Jewelry firm jot five brothers. -Today an qld gentleman from fended private property against the Frazier-Lemke bill. The ruling In the Humphrey case was aimed directly at Mi'. Roosevelt. The court repudiated his successful effort to our from the bi partisan, independent federal trade commission a commissioner who was believed to be unsympathetic with new deal policies — the late William E. Humphrey, or Seattle, Wash. No charge, of incompetence was brought against Commissioner Humphrey, a ^Republican appointed by President Coolidge and renamed by President Hoover. But Mr. Roosevelt demanded his resignation, explaining he thought the commissioner's responsibilities •could best be discharged by a man of his own choosing. . . Continued on Page 2. Arrangements have been completed for the Memorial Day observance, to be held Thursday morning at the cemetery by the patriotic societies of the city. Members of all patriotic organizations are requested to meet Thursday morning in their respective halls, and assemble in groups at 10:00 o'clock Thursday morning at the armory. From there they will march to the cemetery, headed by the American Legion drum corps and firing squad. Short services will be held atj the mound, and wreaths will be | placed there in honor of the de- 1 parted'veterans, and the firing, squad will fire a salute. Following this service, the organizations will separate and will visit the graves of their departed members, placing - there wreaths and other decorations. For this occasion the graves of all veterans will be plainly marked with flags arrangements, having been made for the flags to be placed on the graves Wednesday afternoon. There will be no church, service Thursday morning, : this part Premier Says Danger to tbs Franc Is Caused by the Money Speculators. (Bv United jPr# Paris, May 28. Violent op- the cabinet icsition to granting ull power to deal with the finan- ial situation developed among eputies today as j the chamber onvened to hear Finance Minia- er Louis Germain IMaptin outline e government's program. The life of the; cpblnejt ap- eared to be in danger. Despite the government's iusis- nce on the urgency of the aitn- tion. the deputies; continued to lay politics and the fate of the overnment's ouht. program was in Paris, May 28.—The discount! ate of the Bank o£ France was aised from 4 to 6 pjer cent to- ay. ' i i The raise is the third within 9s than a week. Thje bank's rate as raised from 2 % Wr cent to 5- last Thursday, and again to 4 per cfent Saturday. ! | j They were designed to cheek the outward flow of jg^>ld and aid the immediate financial situation, j i At the same time that It . its discount rate today, the bald: raised the ingot ratd tpj 7 per cent, ' advances on bonds jtiol 6% per cent and the rate i on 30 day loans to 6 per centj of the program having been held Sunday morning at the First Presbyterian Church. Organizations which are expected to take part in the service on Memorial Day are as follows: Spanish American War Veterans, Sons of Veterans, American Legion, Legion Auxiliary, Ladies of the G. A. R., Women's Relief Corps, and Daughters of America. I Paris, May 2SJ. i -j— Premier Pierre Etienne Flahdin appealed to the nation to support the cur-j rency today as he stale >d his government's life on a I i • - i parliament for emerge leunand to i broken arm, Flandltt* SOB Rate Hearing. Washington, May 28.—The Interstate commerce commission to day ordered hearings on a date to be set later into emergency freight rate 'surcharges in Georgia and Indiana. Authorities in both states protested the increases. Fish Industry Asks New Thanksgiving Date to Promote Sea Food Consumption ' May 28.— A rec- ; that President Washington, ommendation Roosevelt] by proclamation change Thanksgiving Day from" Thursday to the last Tuesday , in November, to encourage the I consumption of more fish -and other sea food, has been made to Secretary Roper by the fish advisory committee, of which Bernard MeFadden, publisher and' physical culturtet, is chairma The mit In a special re-. struction of immature fish be eliminated, and, that a fund of ifSOoloOO be allocated toy the Relief 'Administration for', a study for more' orderly marketing; ' of fishery : products. ;•" i - j An additional fund of $100,000 was recommended for an extension service to instruct the house- wifejon proper methods for hand- of ash. ; , i discussing the proper changi iianksglvlng Day\ the "report f>t --'.-. SJk; t \ * "r !• *is T*: > I ;rr cv pow j-As the'cabinet met In preparation for submission 1 ; of, bis niand to the Chamben in mid-afternoon, the issued a statement bla la'tors for a sijid: I "Resolutely hostile zation (of the currency]) the:, ernment calls for sniijort Frenchmen, to defend t IB money." | Directing ibis fight; frjom flcial residence, palace to which he a most a blanket r strengthen the currejuj nances generally nary measures. The powers he askbit resembled those whip! Roosevelt obtained American 1 congress .to his new deal measuna. He was determine^ through a program, avert the necessity! tbt the franc, and to budget to its! normal , "t cabinet met was t quash alarmist reportjs "The government/ proceeded to a minutb tion |of the ! I conntry » and monetary sit "and; afflairal that technically jpJresentaVi impehlHng money. "the present ed by the brisk, speculators. 'The government;* W l r*. *J* t

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