The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on June 6, 1935 · Page 4
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The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana · Page 4

Tipton, Indiana
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Thursday, June 6, 1935
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'" '<'" : ' •"-' - ; -.'- VS ^' "Experience and Ski To lift a pain-racked-body so that pain is minimized and not increased is a job that requires experience and skill. We accept this responsibility when our ambulance is called to move a patient. LEATHEFMAN FUNERALHOML Lee 5. Leatherman • HerbertV. Morns Ambulance Service PHONE 166 TIPTON TO CALIFORNIA. have two other sons in California. j Rev.'and Mrs. O. W. Rose have Rev. and Mrs. O. W. Rose Will j resided at 226 N. Main street for Go With Tipton Visions. 'I the past two years. Mr. Rose is a retired member of the Illinois Rev. and Mrs. R. Marvin Stu- j Conference of the Methodist art, formerly of Woods Hole, Episcopal church. Mr. Stuart is Massachusetts, are the guests of j the son of Dr. Robert Lee Stuart, Rev. and Mrs. John Ward Rose! president of Taylor University, of this city. Last Sunday they I He is a recent graduate of Boston closed their term of service in the , University School of Theology. Cape Cod church and arc enroute ' *** to Berkley. California. where Pictri Will Try. they have accepted a church. | They are driving fhrough and Paris. June «.—Francois Pietri, will take Rev. and Mrs. 0. W. ; minister in the last three cabinets, Rose, parents of Mrs. Stuart and j undertook definitely last night to of Rev. John Ward Rose of Tip-1 find a new "save .the franc" gov- tion, who will spend some time j eminent acceptable visiting relatives in California, j ineut. Besides the son and daughter | mentioned, Rev. and Mrs. Rose' Try a Tribune Want Ad. MEET IN CHICAGO. Scientific and Social Program for Former Hospital Internes. Dr. and MIS. Boyd A. Bnrk- hardt left for Chicago Thursday evening and Friday will attend a scientific and social program arranged for former Intenres at the Wesley Memorial hospital in Chicago. Dr. Boyd A. Burkhardt served his Interneship at this hospital and was looking forward to meeting a number of his old friends and also several classmates from the Rush Medical College in Chicago. A scientific program has been arranged for the doctors with several noted surgeons and physicians in charge. A banquet is to be served Friday evening and the program includes entertainment for the ladies attending. Dr. and Mrs. Burkhardt will be back early Saturday morning. TO PlAY AT HOME. Kt'inplon Cancels Burlington and IMays Gas City Team. The Kcmpton All Stars, a baseball team which has been making a good showing this season, will play the Illinois Glass Company team on the Kempton Diamond Sunday June 9th, instead of going to Burlington, as'announced at the game last Sunday. The Gas City team is rated as one of the fast independent teams in this section of the state and baseball fans will see a good ball game. Condition Critical. Parlia- Harrison Smitson received a phone call Thursday morning from his wife, who is at the bedside of her father, Frank L. Reissner, who' is critically ill at the Methodist hospital at Indianapolis, stating little hope is held for his recovery. Mr. Reissner is suffering from blood poisoning from an injury caused by a lead pencil, and word from the hospital Thursday stated that unless there was soon a change for the better, he could not long survive. BBXUBN TO WORK. Illinois Gas and Electrical Workers Get Shorter Hours. (By United Press). Springfield, III., June 6. — Workmen returned to their jobs in downstate gas and electrical plants today after settlement of the power strike which for two months curtailed service in 53 communities. Increased pay and shortened hours were granted strikers. A joint statement by Michael J. Boyle, vice-president of the striking International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, and Allen Van Wyck, vice-president of the Illinois Power and Light Corporation, announced end of the strike last night. Full electrical service in all communities affected will be restored immediately, Van Wyck said, and gas service will be resumed in Centralia and Mount Vernon, center of the strike area, in four or five days. Efforts to end the strike previously resulted in widespread vandalism. Reported Gang That Has Cuba's Second Richest Man Asks This Sum. CHAUFFEUR IS FREED Reported Quite 111. Mrs. Frances* Winfield, v.'ho makes her home with Mrs. Fanny Knowles on Armstrong street, la reported to be seriously ill, being irrational a portion of the time. She has been a semi-invalid for some time. She is a sister of Mrs. Clarence Law and Blount Wright of Tipton, and has been a widow many years, having two sons, Ray in Buffalo, N. Y., and Charles at Fort Wayne. Quarantine Lifted. The quarantine at the home of J. C. Tolle of Oak street was lifted Thursday and Mr. Tolle and members of his family, who have been having a permanent residence at the Commercial Hotel, returned. Mrs. Tolle and her son William, who have, been suffering from a throat infection, havo. recovered nicely and the last test made by the state laboratories showed no diphtheria present. in 5500, ' (By United Tress). Havana, Cuba., June C.- -Ransom of $286,000 cash has been sent to the kidnapers of Antonio San Miguel, his associates said today; The money was paid in fifty $1,000 bills, 1,180 $100 bills and 2.360J50 bills. : (By United Press). Havana, Cuba, June (i.—Kidnapers who abducted the agt'd Antonio San Miguel, reputed to be Cuba's second wealthiest man. were '. reported uncontirmedly today to have demanded S500.UHO ransom, one of the largest sums in modern kidnaping history. Police revealed that San Miguel's 'Chauffeur, Simon, who was seized with the millionaire an'l his valet, from an automobilo. had been released today with a letter. San Miguel's attorney, Herrera Sotolongo, delivered the letter to police, who did not divulge its contents. It was reported to havo contained the ransom demand. Police said Simon, blindfolded, was driven into the suburb ot Badado and put out of the -car. Tribune Want Afls Get Results. BENEFITS THE 1'UBUC. ^lil ltat«' «" Telcplioiic Call-Starts Hour and One-half Sooner. ELWOOD MAN PROMOTED. Edward DeHority Made Superris- or of Banks and Trust Companies. Edward DeHority, well known here, who has been connected with the department of financial institutions of the state of Indiana for some time and has served as liquidating agent in several banks taken over by the department, has been promoted acord- ing to an announcement made from the office of Governor Paul V. McXutt Wednesday night. M:-. DeHority has been made supervisor of banks and trust companies of the state, and succeeds Herman B. Wells, who resigned to become dean of the Indiana university business administration. Mr. DeHority has many friends in this city and county who will be much pelascd to learn of liis promotion. He was for many years connected with the banking IJUM- •ness in Elwood. = Federal and Local Officers at Outs in the Weyer- hoeuser Case. EPSOM DEKBY. .\g-.i Klian'.s HOI-M- Wins lliMori,- Ilaco in England. (Hv Unitoil Prcss'i. Epsom Downs. Juiii- II. — l Til•' Asa Khan's Bahrain, heaviest fa- orite in year, won'the; loGth Epsom Derby yesterday before n madly cheering crowd of nearly 500.000. Sir" Abe Baileys Robin Cood- I'ellow was second and Lord As- tors Field Trial third. , The Asa Khan, Indian potentate, whose anniud income is estimated at more, than .$11.000,000, was given an ovation as he smil- insly led in the popular winner. The race is for a purse of abou: $-14,500. Bahrain is now established as England's greatest three-year-old, and many regai-l him as the greatest in the world. « • a SISTER DIED. R. W. Wickersham, manager 01 the Tiptou Telephone Company, announces that effective as of June 1, a change has been made in station to station telephone toll calls at night. The night rate for such-calls will start at 7:00 p. m,. instead of S:30 p. in., as has been the rule for several years. The change gives the public the benefit of one and one-UaH hours on the night rates which are lower than day rate calls. .Heretofore there have been three toll rate periods, day, evening and night and acting under the recommendation of the Public Service Commission of Indiana, there will in the future be but two.i a day and night toll rate, the latter starting at 7:00 p. m. and ending at 4:30 a. m. ' * • * 1 At the Diana. Mr. and Mrs. I>ynii Smith Callfd To Kostoi-ia, Ohio. Lynn Smith, harbor at Tolle':: barber shop, and wife left Thursday afternoon by motor for Fostoria, Ohio, where they will attend funeral services for the former's sister, Mrs. Donna .McMillan, age 5:j. whoso death occurrec Tuesday afternoon at her home in St. Paul. Minnesota, as the re suit of heart trouble. Mrs.XMcMillan, who was :h- youngest of Mr. Smith's brother-: and sisters, formerly resided ia Fostoria. and will be buried there Friday afternoon at 4:00 o'clock besides her parents, whose death occurred several years ago. Surviving besides the brother in Tipton are two other brothers. WORKING TWO TRAILS DRUG STORE (By Unitr-d Tress). Tacoina, Wash., June 6.—Dissension between the department of justice and local police today duplicated the search for the kidnapers of nine-year-old George Weyerhaeuser. The two groups apparently were seeking different sets of suspects. They agreed only that a former Tacoma bootlegger may be involved. O. K. Bodia, chief criminal deputy of Kings county (Seattle) threatened to withdraw his men where the boy was held unti from the search for the place $200,QOO was paid. "II think we could find the kidnapers' hideout near Issaquah if the federal men would give us the description provided, by the boy,' Bodia said after a fruitless searcl of the area. The divergent views of officers were revealed when a United Press correspondent was shown a purported list of suspects sought by federal agents. It did not tally with the list released in Portland by captain of detectives, Jack Keegan. NEW FRENCH CABINET. President Lebrun Asks Laval to Form One While Guarded. (By United. Press). Paris, June 6.—President here Lebrun, after talking v Edouard Herriot, decide today to call again upon Pierre Laval to form a cabinet. Laval accepted. Helmeted mobHe guardsmen, with rifles, massed in the Place de la Opera as President Lebruii I called upon Laval. j | Several hundred guards were | in the square and some were lu f r!-.e courtyard in. the heart o£ I Paris. Others were ctncealed i|i ? the basement of the opera. Pci- ' : lice guarded every corner iK-caus 1 ; j of recent political: demonstrations, j \ Laval previously had failed to | ,' form a cabinet in the crisis. { Goldsmith Ladies Aid. The Ladies Aid society of the Goldsmith .Methodist church will Keegan named five men' wanted"! meet Friday afternoon with Mrs. Robert F. Smith in Goldsmith. All members are urge*! to be present. for questioning. They were Herbert Lester Johnstone, one-time northwestern bootlegger; Richard Franseen and Elliott Michener, •former Oregon state prison inmates. Jack Bailey, another bootlegger; and Harold McAtee, asserted burglar. The "pot-bellied" former bootlegger sought .since Saturday in and near Portland remained in hiding. Portland authorities say he formerly operated a still near Issaquah and supplied the Weyerhaeuser family with liquor. He is suspected as the "brains" of the gang.' The name under which he is known to federal agents does not appear on the Portland detec- Ring memo note books, DeLuxe grade. TheTribun.6 Press. ; tf AAAAA to EEE ! $5 — ENNA jEimctts — $o; America's Smartest Walking ' Shoes. 1 NU-WAY SHOE STORED North Side Squiire — Tipton j On Way Hume. ' % V-8 PERFORMANCE, ECONOMY AND RELIABILITY PROVED IN SERVICE WHEN Ford first introduced the V-8 truck in 193?. you heard people talking about "V-8 Performance." Last year, track owners discovered that "V-8 Economy" was as impressive j as "V-8 Performance." And this year/ they have once. Economy and Reliability . . . that truck must be outstanding. The 1?35 Ford V-8 is more than ever "AMERICA'S GREAT TRUCK VALUE." We would like to have you come in and see the New Ford V-8 Truck. . .lotted talking eiUut "V-8 W.T1 be glad to give you ; a free dem- rjtanai to r any one truck of Aese features Economy'and'V- ^Reliability with your own loads, over your own scute*. That's the tett that tell* <h««tory.v _ _ A Real Truck... Built to Do a Truck's Work 80-horMpou'<r V-8 Track Engine . . . Improved Cooling . . . New Crankcate Ventilation . I . Fall-floating Rear Axle with Straddle-mounted Driving Pinion . . . Full Tor'tnte-tabe Drive . . . New Quick-ttopping Brake* . . . New Long- life Clutch . J. New All-iteel Cab with Wider Seat, Clear-Vition Ventilation and Safety Clot* Throughout at No Extra Co*t . . Low-eott Engine Ex* change flan and Qther Porte Exchange Privilege*. , PRICED AS LOW AS B ' t EC*. Human speech will fall fur the first 1 time from the grim lips of the (Frankenstein monster when UniVersal's "The Bride o£ Frank- enstbin" comes to the Diana theater! Sunday. Ten people, including a psychiatrist .and a school teacher, worked eight days selecting the forty-four words which form the monster's • vocabulary. Karloff, who created the monster role; in the original "Franken- steiii," acts it again in this seauel. As the monster he not only speaks, but also smokes a cigar in- the new film. According to the plot o£ "The Bride of Frankenstein," which was: written by William Hurlbut and John M. Balderston, the monster [is found still alive in the cellar Of the burning windmill where the Iformer picture left liim. He begins another career of terrorism. | Pursued T>y a posse of peasants, he reaches the hut of a blinfl hermit-violinist played by O. P. Hegg^e. The music proves its taunted power to soothe his savajge breast. He stays; awhile with; the hermit, who slowly teaches Tiira to talk. Mayor \V. A. Compion. wh'> went to Xuw York several day:; ago with Mrs. Compton and her mother, Mrs. Sara Nicholson, is supposed to have started for home Thursday morulus and is dir; ere Friday night. .Mrs. Couipton s remaining in New York for a ongcr visit with relatives and it s believed her mother is also emaining. — Mayor C'ompton is bringing >ack his sister, Mrs. W. T. Hard- ng, who will visit in Tipton for few weeks. i Daily liiblo iQuotution. Beware lest any man spoU you throjugh Tihilosophy and vatn deceit] after the tradition of men, aftei- the rudiments of the World and! not after Christ.—Colossiaus 2:8J . I i ' ibu ne Want Ads Get JRegnlUr. 3, 25c Had Relatives Here. Several Tipton people, some of hem relatives will attend the funeral of John Mcdill, held at \rcadia Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock, with Ilev. C. W. Montgomery of Converse, former pastor of the Salem church, in charge Burial will be in the Arcadia cemetery. The deceased was an uncle of Delton and Ben McGill of Tipton. Authorities have eliminated Milo Esgers, former Tacoma rumrunner, from the list of suspects. Eggcrs, recently discharged troin Utah state prison, was found at Aberdeen, Wash., working in a cannery. Officers questioned him .Monday and were convinced he knew nothing about the kidnap- ing. Aberdeen police said. Search for Bailey shifted to Seattle when'- it was learned he had been registered at the Hotel Savoy there since .May 10, and had been in his room as late as Tuesday. A check of the city and county prisons did not reveal him. Authorities at the federal immigration headquarters, where there are several cells, were evasive. They said they didn't know Bailey. It was possible he was in custody although police were uninformed if an arrest had been made. OUR LEADER COFFEE A Remarkable Value. 15cPerLb. Sterling iGrocery Phone 2JW. **> Walnut St. Tonight and Thursday TIPTON MERCHANTS' FREE £HOW ; Get Your Ticket From Yonr Local Men-hints and See me TRANSIENT LADY With Gene Raymond, Henry : Holland, Friincbi Drake. ; Also Comedy and Fables ASK FOR DePasse POTATO Bread AT ALL GROCERIES DePasse Bakery Keep On XRA. Indianapolis, June 6.—Indiana retailers were urged to maintain the hourly wage scales established by the NRA retail codes, despite suspension of code enforcement, arising from the recent Supreme Court ruling. 111 a short statement given by officers of the Associated annual meeting in the Hotel Lincoln yesterday. Will Play at Ritz. The Donald Coy orchestra will EAR —comfort to the wearer of glasses, depends upon the service you get after you get your glasses. Such service is valuable only if it is close at hand. Dr. Louis Foster 'Optometrist. be on the stage at . Cheater Friday night at 8:30 and .will play feeveral numbers. Tbe or- Friday an<j Saturday ; .BUCK JiOXKS m ' ; j :< Stone of SJilver Creek!!' Also HEX MAYXARD in | j "Mystery | Mountain"! : and ! '• i Scrappy Comedy j! Our Late Shovir Saturday BRUCE CABOT in 1 'THE NKrKC ALAS" SUNDAY COKE M

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