The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on June 4, 1935 · Page 4
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THE -T1PTON DAILY I *i« DRUGSTORE CJ.8.C*' tf: WHetHer>liie-l3eginsTat"6:10/A."M.%or twenty to nine — millions I of jmenfare awake to the"factjhdt.Interwoven; Socks wear, longer/-;look: tetter/Tare smarter, and givOolid comfort.yAsK for.them.by.name. 35c and 50c Young and Mason IN DAYTON HOSPITAL. Ml'ST PAY HACK. I/oral Tuiisrj. former Atlanta lio.v Increase in Waj;es Will lie l)e- Injured in Auto P.aee. | du<;te<l From Pay Envelopes. I .Mac-op., Ca.. June 4.—Garment workers at Happ Bros. Company here have been advised by tllV ITALY mm MY STEPS' Another Report of a Frontier Raid Made by Abyssinian Troops. . 30 DEATHS REPORTED Rome, June 4. — "Opportune safety measures" of unspecified nature have been taken by military authorities in Eritrea as the result of a frontier raid by Abyssinians, an official communique said today. The communique told of two alleged attacks by Abyssinians, each calculated to make even more difficult the negotiations of Italian and Abyssinian delegates who are to meet at Milan Thursday to discuss similar incidents of last wiu- ter. Official announcement was made in the communique of the report that thirty native subjects of Italy were killed when Abyssinian 1 raiders attacked an Italian outpost in tho disputed zone between EVitrea and the Danakil district of Abyssinia. It was in this region, the communique said, that "opportune safety measures" were taken to protect the zone. The communique said a party of about twenty armed Abyssin.- ians attempted to cross the Italian lines near Mustahil, Italian Soma- liland, in the Gublei region. Italian native soldiers of the frontier guard ordered the Abyssinians not to cross the lines, the communique said, but the Abyssinians replied with rifle fire. The Italian natives fired back, it was said, and inflicted "some loss" on the Abyssinians. Maps place Gublei, or Gubli, about So miles inside Abyssinia, opposite the Somaliland frontipr. The region is in dispute. THOSE "G" MEX. Arc Too Much for Volncy Davis, Tough Little Outlaw. Loral Tansey, a son of the Kit Ed Tansey of Atlanta, is in a bus pital at Dayton. O.. with si-riou injuries received Sunday, during company here that a 10 per cent the dirt track automobile nux-s at Dayton. Tansey was driving a .car in the race and l.roke a spring ?»"~shackle in tin; iiincty-sec-or.il lap. —r His'car cTa-hcc] throiiL'h the fence i • and overturn'jcl ; inning him be- ; neatlj His hurts arc ?aid to In-! the' national administration Jan. I US. in add!:'..!, to the original Bremer kidnaping "s wage increase, ordered into effect ! Jan. 2S and continued for ten : weeks, must l;e repaid to the com- : pany by the workers. A published report said the 10 ney per cent increase was ordered by (By 1'nitecl PrcssV St. Paul, Minn., June 4. — Vol- Davis, Alvin Karpis lieutenant who pleaded guilty to charge? CAUSES EMBARRASSMENT. Donald Maple, 21, Residing Mitchell Farm Not Man Held. Thomas Maple, residing on one of the Mitchell farms northeast of Windfall was in Tipton Tuesday and was a caller at the Tribune office. He stated he and his family had been undergoing considerable embarrassment on account of the arrest of Donald Maple, 21, son of Otis Maple of the Nevada community, on a charge of extortion. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Maple' have a son Donald, age 21, and the man held at Indianapolis is named Donald Maple and he is also 21 years of age. The man held at Indianapolis is married and Donald Maple, son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Maple is single, and resides with his parents. Mr. Maple was accompanied here by Rome Findling, manager of the Mitchell farms and stated that several persons had inquired of him regarding the outcome of his son's case. He -wishes it known that it is not his son that is involved and that the families are not related. Mr. and Mrs. Otis Maple, parents of the youth held at Indianapolis, remover to the Nevada community from Howard county severay months ago and reside on a part of the Kelley farm-south of Nevada. Thomas Maple, who resides northeast of Windfall, is a stock buyer and well known through this section and the similarity of names and ages of his son and the man held at Indianapolis has been the cause of considerable humiliation to his son, he says and he wishes people to get the matter fixed in their minds. INVESTIGATED CRASH. Truck and Automobile Got Together Southeast of Hobbs. NRA code mini.num. The increase ;all amounts ii l:ic work- serious. . The unfortunate yuting man was born and reared iu Atlanta. j will be deducted in : but for the past .-c.vi-ral years the ! from pay envelopes family ha.-; resided in Indianapo-1 ers. 11s. His father died several years] ••» ago, but the widow, who is a sister of James and Nathan Buo- her and Mrs. Klmer Harvry «l Tipton, rc'sid'.'s in Indianapolis. where the unfortunate young man At the Diana. Tii.' sere; n's .strangest, most wienlly thrilling motion picture c-o!iK.-;-to town on Sunday, June 'J, has been employed as salesman for iwln-n "The Hride of Franken- the Model Bakeries. Will Strike. | .stein" opens an engagement at the Diana theater. i Three years ago the original ("Frankenstein" started the hearts of conspiracy in the $200,000 because "you can't beat those 'G' men," awaited his fate today. The tough, little, quick-trig- ;ered outlaw, worn haggard with the? strain of fleeing federal men who finally trapped him in Chicago Saturday, will be sentenced for the Bremer crime later in tlu week. Five others also will be sentenced: John J. (Boss) McLaughlin, Harold Alderton, James J. Wilson, Byron Bolton and Elmer Terre Haute. June •!. — Frank Barnliari. piosidcut of DiMricl 11, United Mine Workers of America, said yestiTday Indiana of theatergoers to pounding at the exploits of "the Monster," that, grotesque creature built up from parts of dead bodies by a "miners are preparing to carry out ! half-crazed scientist, and brought order. 1 ; for 17. national strike Jiini-jto life to pursue a bewildered career of murder and destructi ,,, - Now Universal has produced County Clerk Simpson spent j hair-raising sequel to the origiu- last w<:ek end : daughter Mrs. ——und husband. Waliash with hih'| a ] s t ()ryi following the further ad- Frani; Mc.-Vic.-kcr j ventures of the Monster and .showing how a woman is con- ; |striicli.'d in the same manner and brought into the world as his companion. Sheriff Cardweli received a telephone call Monday afternoon during the heavy rainfall to go to a point southeast of Hobbs, where an automobile crash bad occurred and w.ent there immediately. He found that a truck owned by 0. S. Freeman of Tipton. and driven by Russell Anderson, and a Chevrolet car driven by Doretha Ray, had collided at the Beach corner and the Chevrolet had a broken window, damage to the running board and body. Neither driver was injured, and it was believed insurance covered the damage. The Chevrolet was coming nor.th and expecting to make the turn west at the corner on old road 2S. Anderson was going east with tbe truck, turned south at the corner the cars sideswiped. Farmer. Arthur and Oliver Berg '.New Pineapples, each, lOc Large Lemons, dozen, 23c McGraws' Food Store (Doc) Barker already havs been sentenced to life imprisonment. Davis arrived in Minneapolis by plane yesterday from Chicago, shackled hand and foot. Since February, when he dashed, a glass of beer in a guard's face at York- villc, 111., and fled, he has been a fugitive. . Authorities said Davis' arrest ended reports that he was involved in the .$200,000 kidnaping of 9-year-old George Weyorhaeuii- er at Tacoma, Wash. Former Secretary to Herbert Hoover and a Professor Give Views. IN SERIES OF ARTICLES (By Unlteil Press). Philadelphia, June 4. — Responsibility I for the bank panic of .March", 1933, and for continuation of the depression is laid upon President Roosevelt in a series of articles begun today in the MUBDEB GUN FOUND. Indianapolis Young Man Kills Sweetheart and Flees. i Indianapolis, June 4.—A 25- caliber automatic pistol found at the home of Thomas Weishans, 22 years old 324 South Missouri street, wanted as the alleged slayer of Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Ferguson Hamburg, 20, Speedway City, was the weapon which, ended the young woman's life, Sergt. Arch Ball, police ballistics expert, said yesterday afternoon. ' The pistol, wrapped iu old rags, was found in the house by Mrs. Elmer Welshans, mother of the fugitive, and was given' to Sheriff Otto Ray. Sergt. Ball fired a test shot from the weapon and compared it with the fatal bullet which 'was removed from 1 the young woman's body. The fact that the nistol was found at the Welshans home dis- Saturday Evening Post by Walter! closes that the young man went H. Newton, j once secretary to for- j there immediately after the mer President Herbert Hoover. ] shooting and left before deputy and Prof. William Starr Myers of sheriffs and police arrived. Princeton university. The authors accuse Mr. Roosn- velt of wrecking a recovery they say had begun -before the 1932 election. i Gang That Snatched Weyerhaeuser Boy Apparently Safe at Present. OFFICERS ARE SILENT (By United Pross). Taconra, Wash., June Search for the kidnapers George Weyerhaeuser, 3, who received §200,000 in eral reserve bills marked fed- when they turned him over to his millionaire j father, John P. Weyerhaeuser, appeared today to be settling down to a routine job. The first flurry of the search Police throughout the middle j has passed. Highways and water west have spread a net for young] routes leading from the state still \VeIshuns, who is fleeing: in a stolen automobile. Highways leading into Louisville, Ky., were "It is now clear," says tho first heavily guarded when it was arti-cle, "that the world wide de-i learned Welshans might possibly pression add reached bottom June, 1932, and the forces seek refuge in that city. "It was insane jealousy," and and recovery had triumphed over the forces of destruction with a general beginning of recovery over the entire Hvorld in the summer and fall of 1932. This decided world wide economic upturn continued in the leading commercial nations after the American election, but halted in the United States." ' Quoting an offer of Mr. Hoover to cooperate with Roosevelt in the short session of congress before the Democrat took office. Myers and; Newton remark that "it is at least unique in American history that during the closing days of his! predecessor's term the president-elect should take an active part in directing the policies of his adherents in congress, and should do so in active opposition to the responsible president in office." They proceed to trace events preceding the bank panic which brought the national bank holiday immediately after Roosevelt took office,' and to quote a previously unpublished letter Mr. Hoover wrote to former Sen. Simeon D. Fcss. They charge that fear of tariff changes curtailed prpducti6n; almost overnight b." millions of dollars, whispers of inflation promoted the flight from the dollar;and that Mr. Roosevelt's aloofness fro"m the Hoover i were under guard, but there was a general belief the gangsters had made their escape or "were temporarily secure in a hideout near here. Discovery in Seattle of the car taken from P. R. Titcomb when Welshans' mother said. "They he carried the ransom to the gang were deeply in love' and if it hadn't been for her father objecting to Thomas and keeping them apart this never would have happened. It is an awful thing for a mother to say, I guess, hut if my son 1 is caught and it is proven that he did it I want to see justice done.. We have had a hard time since my husband died a year ago. We haven't any money to defend him." LINER \ORMAXIHE. Prepared for Duali Eastward Across tin- Atlantic. • Married at Courthouse. He Sure lo Order Case's Honey Krust or Twin Bread CASE'S BAKERY Hits 1'neumonia. Frank Fishback residing southwest of Tipton, is reported to be quite ill at his home suffering with pneumonia which developed Monday. ije has been feeling fairly well, unc] was able to be up and about his work all the time until Friday when he had several teeth extracted, and ,1)10 poison scattered through his system. Pneumonia developed Monday, and since then he jhas been under the care of a registered nurse. Reports from the home Tuesday stated he remains about the same. - • • :•_] Ir._ and Mrs..- Pa^l' Bunch' wh,o spinf thejVeek hefe at'tjieihijine Bpnoh on . n 'street, rituineil.J 3 ^^- 1 ' Have New Son. .Mrs. .Olive Goodnight of South Main street has received word of the arrival of a new baby son at the home of her brother Hector Hobbs in Frankton, the youngster being born Wednesday of last week and is the second child in the home. The parents formerly resided in Tipton- Mr.. Hobbs being employed at the light plant. Ho is now superintendent of the Frankton plant and also town marshal. Monday evening Rev. H. R. Pearcy united in marriage Ohmer Fleming and Mary K. Shafer, both of Kokomo, the ceremony taking place at the office of County Clerk R.' W. Simpson. Both have lost a previous mate. They will make their home in Kokomo where the bridegroom is employed. Ne \v (Dy United Press). York, June 4. — The French liner Normandie, with the blue pennant of speed supremacy snapping on her main truck, was being prepared today for an attempt at new laurels on her first eastward crossing of the Atlantic. Seamen, carpenters and engineers swarmed over the 79,280- ton ocean monarch while thousands of New Yorkers, accustomed to looking at the once^ mighty Leviathan rusting at a Xew Jersey pier, marveled at her bulk and grace. Advance passenger I reservations indicated she will carry many more persons to England and France than the 1,013 administration induced fear of his policies. "The da'y will come." they quote Mr. koover's letter to Fess, "when the 1 Democratic party will endeavor to place the responsibility for the events of this period on the Republican, party. When that day comes I hope you will Invite the attention of the American people to the actual truth." ] she brought to America on he- maiden voyage. The prospective voyagers, although <?nencou raged by officer.-: of the French line, expected confidently that tftey would make the fastest Atlantic crossing in history. IF YOU COULD SEE FOR YOURSELF Card of Thanks. We wish, to express our sincere thanks to the friends who remembered,us: in. many^ kind r4B Uhetf k)M of our lpy«d one, MJ». Cl« B.-H<?i4ch.. TWlr MMttlKl* Very few people among the many who come to Battle Greek to see Kellogg's Corn Flakes made are content to eat any other kind afterward. If yon were to make such a visit— and we cordially invite you to do so —yon would appreciate why Kellogg's Corn Flakes have become the world's largest-Willing ready-bveat cereal. The finest materials, ehpsen with expert care. Spotfew cleanliness at every step of maBufaeture. Delicious flavor and criipMf* th«t cannot be imitated. tven tbe packaging of Kellogg's 'is a revelation.The cartons, fitted with FIIEE TO MARRY. THE KEYES GIRLS. Famous Quadruplets Are; Now 2O Years of Age. Ploughing past Ambrose lightship at 11:02 a. m. yesterday, th" Xormandie easily bettered tho 2- year-old Atlantic speed record of the Italian liner Rex. The Rex crossed from Gibralter to Ambrose in 1033 in 4 days, 13 hours j Former Wife of lord Ashley May and 38 minutes. The Normandk 1 Marry Fairbanks. (By United Pross). London,] June 4.—The divorce court today made absolute the decree nisi of divorce granted Lord Ashley, who had named Douglas Fairbanks,* Sr., co-respondent. Lord and Lady Ashley now are free to reinarry under British law. ' j Lord Ashley was granted the decree nisi November 28. Costs were assessed against Fairbanks. Since th!en Fairbanks and Lady Ashley, |the former Sylvia Hawkes, musical comedy star, have been! cruising in the yacht Caroline, chartered -by Fairbanks. They were reported off the Ea- clfic coastl Mary. PJckford was granted a ; divorce fr^>m Fairbanks in California January 10. It will become final Janupry 10, 1936. onr patented WATtm inner bag, are filled by machines Uwt automaticaBy weigh each,pacltaa«-v> assure fall con- lent*. Then tbe WAXtm bag* are folded and sealed 1 byi beat, and the top* of &• caripnt an sealed. It fa tbJi ««el«srte KeBon of Corn ethod of |'s erica in > W«4 at CoimersvlHe. Mrs. Jesse Mclntoah ! and • children and I Mrs. William . Havens and children spent Sunday ,at Connersvillo with Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Harlan 1 . Mr. Hailan is an 4n Havens aid-Mr. te of Mrs. *- crossed from Southampton in days, 11 hours, 42 minutes. Baptist Notice. lent weight to the latter theory. Department of justice agents took charge of the car, presumably to check it closely for : fingerprints and other minute clues which ulr Innately may lead to apprehension of the mob. Whether Alvin Karpis and the remnants of the once powerful Barker-Karpis gang engineered the abduction, or local hoodlums played the central role, was undetermined. Federal agents apparently had a definite group under suspicion, hut they refused to eonfide their views to anyone, eVen local officers. Pictures of the suspects have been distributed to the 30 agents grouped here. The arrest in Chicago of Volney Davis, at first believed a break which linked Karpis with the Weyerhaeuser kidnaping, an-, peared today merely another step in the relentless work of the government in clearing up the Edward G. Bremer kidnaping in St. Paul. It also tended to discount the theory Karpis had a hand in the snatching of young Wuyefhaeuser. The bank notes of 55, S10 and/! ?20 .denomination with which th'3 boy was ransomed, seemed likely to prove the stumbling block that eventually will trip the kidnapers, just, as it provided the break in the Lindbergh case. The long list of serial numbers on the ransom bills has been distributed widely. Some newspapers printed the entire list and called on readers 'to watch closely for the tell-tale bills. A spokesman for the federal agents denied the truth of a published story that agents had traced the kidnapers to a .certain house.in the Seattle area and were ready to strike. "The story is false," he said. We have no definite house under suspicion, we have no stores of machine guns available." vBy United Press). Hollis, Oklahoma, June 4. — The Keyes girls, who two decades' ago created almost as great a stir as the Dionne quints do now, celebrated their 20th. birthday today, the nation's only quadruplets to reach maturity. The sisters, Mary, Robert-i, Mona and Leota, pretty brown- eyed brunets? are combining the- birthday celebration with a high school class reunion. : "We hate to leave our 'teens," Leota said, "we've had !a lot of fun, and also some criticism, but on the whole people; have been very nice to us and we've received gifts galore ever since we were born." All the sisters are interested in the Dionne quints, and i also in their college work. They have just finished their sophomore year at Baylor university, Waco. Their grades are uniformly good, but the four similar faces sometime^ cause considerable confusion for teachers, the girls agreei In two weeks the girls, all of" whom play the saxophone, will go to North Carolina to appear before various civic clubs, i GOES OX TRIAL. Sister of John Hamilton, Outlaw, Faces Serious Charge. (By United Press). Sault Ste. Marie, Mich., Juno 4.—Sirs. Anne Steve; sister of John Hamilton, last : of : the Oil- linger gang, today went; on trial in federal court charged with harboring the outlaw shortly before Dillinger was slain; Foye Hamilton, Mrs.; Steve's brother, faced charges of impersonating an officer 1 . ! The regular mid-week evangelistic service at the First Baptist church Wednesday'- evening will open with a short address by the pastor, Rev. C. A. Wade on the subject, "Making Self Government Safe for the Individual." This will be followed by the monthly business meeting and the weekly choir rehearsal. Settled Damage. Trustee John H; Small has settled the claim of Francis Smelser residing south of Tipton who had five sheep killed by.dpgs last Friday night and several injured. The damage was appraised at which'was paid • from fund. the $30 dog Triplicate coal and grain receipt books. Tribune Press. AAAAA to EEK $5 — ENIfA JETTICKS — .$6 America's Smartest Walking Shoes. NU-WAY SHOE STORE North Sido Square — Upton Attending Exercises. \J Rev. and Mrs. J. W. Rose and Miss Nellie Heath were at Upland Tuesday attending;the commencement exercises^ at , Taylor university. Alvin Strong of TIpr ton, is a student at Taylor university, fitting himself j for the ministry. ', ; j "» OUR 1EADEE 0QPFEE A Remarkable Value. 15c Per lib.! Sterling Gkdcery Phone S34. -i4QO Walnut Stl Tonight and Tuesday BRACELETS NECKLACES dress <mt " class ft --003- pJ'^4 f* «-t<t^' l< "- m FT Also Comedy and News Pathe Wednesday and< ' TIPTON MEE< ' rHEE

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