The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on June 6, 1935 · Page 2
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The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana · Page 2

Tipton, Indiana
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Thursday, June 6, 1935
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T*- t'••.:•. ;.' THE TIPTON BAIL? TBlBtJNB SUGAR Pure Cane ; 101bs.,53c" Haddock Fish ; Continued from Page 1. mums or be taxed. Chairman Robert L. Doughton ot the ways and means committee said this proposal will be considered iu drafting the permanent NRA substitute legislation later this session. .•The President's stop-gap program, meanwhile, was moving ahead fast. The house labor committee accepted amendments to the Wagner-Connery labor disputes bill to bring it within supreme court requirements. The AAA amendment, stripped of unconstitutional license features, was about ready for congressional action. There were indications of a break up of the house military affairs committee statement on TVA legislation. In addition, the house ways and means committee was making every effort to get the temporary 10 months XRA extension resolution ready today. After conferences with NRA officials the committee hoped to have a brief bill ready culling for voluntary codes . and continuance of a skeleton personnel. This would be rushed through the house tomorrow. Hiked inheritance taxes already have ueen suggested by secretary of treasury,, Henry Jlor- geuthau Jr. estate taxes now yield . $lUo,uuU,U(JU annually and lie^t i : year are expected to bring in i ' Jtiyu.UUU.OUU. Forty-seven states; have similar taxes. Such a breaddown of large fortunes is along the line chuni- tlonal bituminous coal reserve and the issuance ot government bonds to-pay.the cost and creates a sinking fund to retire the bonds by taxing coal at the rate of 5% cents a ton for the first five years and 3.12 cents thereafter. Permits the proposed commission to set up a system of minimum and maximum prices. Creates a bituminous coal labor board of 3 members to protect the rights of employes to bargain collectively. 3. The Wagner Labor Disputes Bill, passed by the senate and awaiting action by the hose. Creates a national labor relations board of three members to protect the rights or employes to bargain collectively. Restates provisions or Section 7-A of the National Recovery Act. Prohibits employers from dominating or in-j terfering •with the formation of! any labor union. Prevents an em-! ployer, by discrimination in re- j gard to hire or tenure of employment, to encourage or discourage membership in any labor organization. Declares that a majority of the employes in collective bargaining, defines unfair labor practices. Imposes heavy penalties for violations. 12 Years Ago Tohn Juno 6th. Tichenor of Dearborn street was off duty at the Nickel Plate roundhouse with a badly sprained arm. * * * Frank Junior was the name given the fine big baby boy born to Mr. and Mrs. Frank Chambers on East Jefferson street on the 4th. City Attorney Frank H. Gifford was at Kokomo arranging the details of the contract with the North Indiana Power Company for supplying Tipton with electric current. Rudy Lake I a damage action. John Weakley, engineer and to 0an- s witnesses in V i BILL IS DELAYED Beverly McJunkins died at hjs home north of the city afqeir long illness from paralysis. . * * * i The county Red Cross organ!-, zation purchased a new Fonr coupe for County Red Cross Nurse Miss Jessie Van Der Plaat. SH Frank Collins, carrier at Sharpsville postolfice who been improving from an illness suffered a relapse and his condition was reported critical. Mounting Opposition, But Administration Leaders Are Optimistic. The fine country residence ! Frank Leisure was destroyed by; fire. MOTHER AND SON. and i pioncd by Sen. lluey Long •sen, Robert LaFollette. A $ !"n,ouO,OOii nuisance tax , exlensiyjj-JjHl musj.,.. be _ pusiied through' {his month. This will be other embryo FORESEE ITS PASSAGE (liy Unitoil I'rcss). Washington, June 0.—Administration leaders agreed today that mounting opposition to the Continued from Pago 1. to make it appear ho was intoxicated when he was robbed. Mrs. Carey confessed she and Howard did the actual slaying. She took the entire blame for tho crime, claiming she bad forcod her sons to assist her. Most of the 1- farmers nf liio death jury knew Mrs. Carey when i distinct from the measure. ,« ,Jt administration's public utility | she was the hello nf south Delu- Chuirman John O'Connor of the j llol( jj ng company bill would delay jwaro. She and Hitciii'iis wore House rules Committee and sev-1 a scnate volc until the middle of children of a sea captain. Jacob eral Democratic senators suggest-j next wce [j ed a permanent substitute for the NKA might be devised through utilizing the federal covernmeut's control over the mails—prohibiting their use by businesses failing to meet code standards. It was . suggested also that the same pre- ventativc action against uncontrolled interstate commerce could be used against prison made, . reported by the interstate com- goods. A bill pending before con- mcn . o commtilcc two wccks aglj cru*. would prevent interstate, u k arcd likely lo alidc tlin>llf , h shipment o f prison made mater- Uie scnale w , thout upprcciubl . J Hitchens. ' ' In the late. !>0' ; ; Mrs. Caivv was ' that some concessions in the biir.s| omj ot thu IK ' S| <llvsscd :lll(i "" >lil ! popular girls of tho sc-cliun. Sh- 1 married James Asher Carey, ile died in 1316, leaving her virtual-j ly penniless and with three small ' boys. Mrs. Carey contend";! she \ did not kill her brother for Hi.; \ insurance. She claimed it w:is 'li-j life or hers as lie had been m\<- i treating her. i Tlio executions be;:in at 5 a. m. i KST tomorrow. Mrs. Carey. we;ir-i It:aiso was conceded privately! provisions might be required, although its sponsors still claimed a two-thirds majority in the sen-! , ate. ' j j The measure provides lor even-I i tual dissolution of public utility | holding companies. When it was iala. The entire ".stop gap" legislative program hinged today on house developments. The proposed federal alcohol control administration continuance probably will be embodies in the liquor control bill now- being considered by the house ways and meant committee. Congressmen have abandoned! summer vacation plans. They! look for an extended session, some! •believing it will last until around! Labor Day. change. Since then, coincident with the XRA crisis, opposition has increased measurably. Democrats alone have vroposed G7 amend- ing a black dross with a smrill white collar, black .shoes an'i stockings, will go first, panied by two ministers. Howard will follow when mother is pronounced dead. has been given a new blue suit, a Telegrams of protest have come | white shirt, black tie and bla-.-It Washington. June G.—As new (dealers laborer! today over plans Sor a permanent structure to re- tplace the NRA code system, it jbecame -evident three pending pleasures -will be foundation ptones in that structure. These are the Clark resolution, [which will maintain a skeleton fiRA. organization until April ]. £1936; the Wagner labor dispute Ibill to protect labor: and the Guf- tfey coal bill, -which would set up (a special code in that industry in fwhich a strike is threatened pune 17. Status and Salient features of fche |three bills are: 1. The Clark NRA Resolution, {passed by the senate and awaiting Imminent action in the house. Extends the NRA organization Itself until April 1, 1936. 2. The Guffey C'oal Bill, await- fng action in both houses. Creates a national bituminous jcoal commission of nine members (to'regulate the bituminous indns- jtry. Permits allocation of pro- Sductlon based on last year's out- jpnt. Authorizes expenditure of (1300,000.000 to establish a na- in in a steady stream. Republican opponents of the bill in the senate declared it unconstitutional and demanding its return to committee. Many of the proposed a'monel- ments are of a minor nature and may be accepted by Chairman Burton K. Wheeler of the interstate commerce committee. The two main tests on the measure will come on: 1. Motion of Sen. Daniel O. Hastings, R., Del., to have the bill sent to the judiciary committee for further study. 2. Proposal of Sen. William II. Dieteriich, D.. III., to eliminate shoes and stockings. AVERAGE LIFE. Continued from Page 1. crump declared. A few years ago. | cancer of the mouth among worn-en was unknown, but today it is j equally common in both sexes.; Hot foods and drinks are the chief j cause of cancer of the stomach, I which represents one-thirel of all cancers. Dr. Crump said. He alsoi criticized tight corsets and other i underclothing as causes of cancer, j Diabetes, another disease com-) mon to older people, has become! so prevalent that between 60,000 and 100,000 persons in this city the dissolution section and substi-1 suffer f rom j t- according to Dr. lute provisions for regulation. Those pushing the legislation said there would be no deviation from the principle, enunciated by President Roosevelt, of ellinlnat- Charles Bolduan, head educational department Health Department. He cmpha-jl sized, however, that the treatment' I of diabetes was now so well un-ll ing ••unnecessary" holding com-1 derstood lllat ..„„ diabe tic should ! panies. IRISH HOPE. Contlnucrt from Pago 1. visit to Dublin. The British, it Is asserted, are prepared to waive their land annuities claim if the Free State accepts liability for other outstanding debts. President de Valera is said to have taken the stand that he is not prepared to discuss any settlement except on the! basis of a united Ireland. Definite moves have been made within' the past fortnight to negotiate further trade agreement on | the lines of the cattle and coalj pact concluded some months ago. ever die of the disease." . j The pains of childbirth can nowj be relieved with complete safety obstetrics, according to Dr. John E. Tritsch, obstetrician and pro: as the result of a new method in j fessor of Gynecology at Homei pathic College. The new method combines "the virtues of two previously used drugs," he explained. These are either and acid derivatives of barbituric acid. Mrs. John Conroy and Mies itnfy. Catherine Ryan are visiting homes of Rbed and Mr. Mr. and •nd Sbnroy at Detroit, bavtng morning. For Z Greater Value-Giving Days! ^^ ^^^••^^••^^•••••^^^^^^••^^^^^^^^^^••••^^^^^••^^^^^M^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^•^-^••^^^^BS^^^^^—^^^^^••••^^^^•—•-^^— I I I I I ^——^^-^ Friday & Saturday Only Extra Special Values in Each Department This Will Be a Sale You Won't Want to Miss Many Special Values, Not Listed Here, Are in Store for You. \ Make Your List of the Things You Ne|ed and Get Them Now and Save—We Close! at 9 O'clock Saturdays. We Will Not, Guarantee Quantities to Last and Prices Listed Here Are for Only Two Days. C O M E E A R L Y ! i Ladies 1 SMART CREPE i Dresses $2.88 Values up To $3.95 and smart styles and colors for summer, street and party wear; you will he able to pick several for yourself. LADIES' SUITS Lace Eyelets — Fine Voiles $2.88 LINEN SUITS Waffle Cloth COATS $3.88 Ladies' Pique Coats and Honeycomb Suits Visit the COTTON SHOP! Iteautv Xew l)iesses: Seei-suek«vs Lady Love lace, eyelet hatists, organtlie-s, voiles and piques New Summer HATS AGAIN! 88e White and Dark Ladies' Crepe BLOUSES 88c Light and Dark Colors Also Taffetas ,Children's Light DRESSES Piques and Prints Sizes 7 to 14 Years Ladies' Sheer DRESSES 88c Voiles, Batiste, Light and Dark, Sizes to 43 Greater Savings for Men! " Fine Summer SUITS Extra Pants, $3.88 Worsteds — Tweeds — Flannels Plenty of light colors in the newest styles; " also conservative styles ami colors; sizes ;£J to:5U. Young Men's Dress Pants, checks, stripes, English drape Style Straw Hats, imitation Panama, Milans, Tayos ... I Wash Pants, light colors, ' nubfced anCt white duck Work Shirts, of fine grade hlue chambray, sizes to 17, 2 for Men's White Sox, Munsing fine Turkish absorbent, '• DO 3 pair'for ; °OC fc- I Fine Mesh Panties, Shorties, Stepins ing: M> A nrv -;;;;;;;;• 2 pr. 88c Tailored by Mlinsing: MI «:iil. M> neat foi v.e.n- you will want :l FINE RAYON UNDIES Fine open wravo ill slie>r- ties and |ialllie>; a regular !*e' value 6 pr. 88c FINE KNIT RAYON UNDEWEAR .\M Ijpes of garments—gowns,, panties, bloomeis, all iu a line iissiirliuent; up to 2 pr. 88c I.aelie-s' Leather . PURSES '• 88c White and dark color pui'M's; all good styles. ; Ladies' Ilayou HOSE Fine };<"»<le hose, ex- Ira wear. Rood colors, big assortment. Wear Real Silk Irregular Hose Companion Sale of These Fine Hose as a Two Day Sensational HOSE SALE! I!ree/e Knee Full Fashioned, Knee Length, KMra Fine 55c Pr. TWO l).\Vri OXLV Kegular Quality, Slightly Irregular JJCpr. TWO DAYS OXLV K.vtra Si/c Irri'gulars, Fine; Chiffon TWO UAY.S OXLY The DRY GOODS SECTION WILL Save Yon Much on Things Yon Make PRINTED SEERSUCKER—Make dresses of cool; OO fabrics that will wash and wear .. 5 YDS. "*^ PRINTED SHEER GOODS—AU fine fabrics for OO summer; voiles, dimities, batiste 6 YDS. 00,C PRINTED BROACLOTH—The fabrics for gay OO -•'smocks and beach pajamas 4 YDS. OOC PLAIN COLOR BROADCLOTH—Vat dye colors in all good plain colors, full ftft/» 36 inches wide .' 5 YDS,: DOC 80x105 BED SPREADS—All krinkle cotton in gay OO colors, neatly made, color fast OOC 36-in. FLORAL CRETONNE 7 yds. 88c FINE CURTAIN MARQUISETTE 6 yds. 88c OPEN MESH CURTAINS, 36 in. wide Pair 88c STEVENS UNBLEACHED CRASH 7 yds. 88c 18x36 TURKISH TOWELS 7 for 88c EXTRA HEAVY TURKISH TOWELS 4 for 88c PRINTED KRINKLE CREPE 4 yds. 88c PLAIN COLOR KRINKLE CREPE 5 yds. 88c il I Sale of Women's Novelty SHOIES 1 White and Black $1.88 All Sizes High Heels Scort Oxfords Cuban Heels Dress Oxford? Values in This Lot ; Worth Up to 52.95. CHILDREN'S WHITE SANDALS ." [ 88c MEN'S BLACK OR WHITE OXFORDS .$1.88 MEN'S HEAVY WORK SHOES ...! ;..... .$1.88 BOYS' VENTILATE OXFORDS .. .j .$1.88 'BOYS' WHITE OXFORDS, composition sole .$1.88 MEN'S WHITE BUCK OXFORDS . I j$2.88 LITTLE CHILD'S OXFORDS AND JSTRAPS .88c MEN'S HEAVY WORK SHOES, whi|e they last : . .88c Special Sale WALL PAPER 101°l le 88c Rolls WALNUT END TABLES, 88c String and durubli*; nently finished. Innerspring Mattress What a bargain; Spring ftlli-il with si- snl top and a geiod strong tick cover. THREE-PIECE BEDROOM SUITE This is a neat bedroom out- lit; bed, cbest and vanity, finished in light walnut color ' i'i i • :B 11 111 • 111 * i • a i«'»11 Washable Top CARD TABLES 88c Good, strong, durable t al> 1 c, well supported, and washable top. STEEL UTILITY CABINETS Blwi IJMni-h by I'^-lnch and 00 inches hlgli, with sixjshelvos; well built of solid steel. SIX-FOOT GLIDERS Knjoy the summer with, one 4)f tlu-se ensy gliders; spring seat and back :—•NEW BLACK - WHITE STUDIO COUJCRf Xew black and white ci;vcr; kupok filled cushions; use for single, double or twin beds.

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