The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on June 7, 1935 · Page 2
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The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana · Page 2

Tipton, Indiana
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Friday, June 7, 1935
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!**•"• i • :•• -.. •'• ;. ' .' > •-.•;•: :-%VH3v-^'''?"? : ^~v" ; ; ! '''^'i- K - • • . . " '•••-••• ! •'••-'-.••••• -•---•• •-••.' :•;- •- ' • •. ,>'-~?~^-i •$?'''•'. ^;^ff3;:V:i*'r: - \- ':-"\;ff!"£"t; f'-^& ••:;'• bens' its* fresh and pure .grief sweet - OseiteacHda TBEAT "CLEAN SLATE." Conthttted from Page 1. work of the League of Nations. "I think this is a desirable development, provided the pacts are not excessive and do not become rival alliances. Through such pacts It may be possible to reviv? hope of securing limitation of armaments," he declared. He also Bald a word of warning •jtnust be spoken In regard to Ger- •aiany, where the authorities were cot standing apart from religious (juertionfi but were actively engaged in propaganda. TAXPAYERS. Continued from Page 1. The board is in session for the remainder of the month of June, wlieo a full report is made of the property values afleT~the figurjs as .corrected by them is made for the 'state board of tax conimis- tfopers. I.t has already been estimated tfiis ^report will show an increase of approximately fifty per cent over the personal property assessment of 1934. ! • ' —••».'». .. NO LOJ4GEB INSANE. Man Rdeased Prom Prison Hospital After Operation. (By United Press). Shelbyville, June 1. — Wyatt Jeffries, 29, Newcastle, was released from Indiana state prison hospitaj for the criminal insane today following '" an operation which was believed to have removed his criminal tendencies. A physician of the state hospital and two local physicians attested to his normal mentality in a hearing here. According to tes- ti.mony, Jeffries- suffered a skull I fracture when.a cyclone struck Newcastle in 1917. After that he demonstrated criminal tendencies, it was said, with the result that he spent most of the following years in jails and prisons. Record Breaker SKEMS IX>XESOME. Sheriff Cardwcll May Decide to for Prisoners. Sheriff Cardwell- is beginning to' get "lonesome. For three day.s his jail has been without a single prisoner, not even a plain drunk, and he is wondering if the 3u- preme court ruling on the NRA had anything to do with -the situation. '• : The sheriff states that prisoners come in batches as a rule, and that when the ice is broken after a lull, the jail fills rapidly. There have been but few times during his terms as sheriff that the jail remained more. - empty three days v. COMING. MONDAY. • • KNOCKED MAN DOWN. s '• i Hearing on Communistic Charges Thrown Into Commotion. (l!y United' Press). Chicago, Jine 1.—A state senate inquiry into charges of Communism on tlje University of Chf- cago campus ; was thrown into up^ roar today when the husband of Mrs. Elizabeth Dilling, author v of "The Red Network," knocked down a spectator." Albert w. Dilling, attorney, sent a blow to thiE unidentified man's paw and floored him while Mrs. Dilling was testifying. The attack, according to: Dill- ins, following a remark that Mrs. Dilling's name "ought to bo Dillinger instead of Dilling." "I had boen standing at the rear of the room listening to those sort of remarks throughout the hearing, and I Tiad enough of it," Dilling said. ' i I Sandbank Ladies Aid. * *v * *-* " California's great sprinter, George Anderson, finishes the 100 metre dash at the Intercollegiate AAAA meet at Cambridge, Mass., in record time of 10.5. Ben Johnson, Columbia U. negro star, equalled Anderson's time in a later heat. . go on the work Monday morning of next week. The shovel will clear away all debris in a fcxv days and there are many truckloads to be removed. Farmers are getting this mate rial for filling miulholcs and building drives and a fleet of trucks will be here Monday as or many want some of the broken brick. The site' will be cleaned oft' in good manner and as soon as this — '^—z— . j is done excavating for the new Steam Sliovel Will Be Put-to I'M- building will be started and tin At Postofflcc Site. dirt from the excavations piled at [the rear of the lot to be used fo/ superintendent of j landscaping the grounds, for Tipton's new Al Rayl, construction postoffice building, has made arrangements for a steam shovel to The,Ladies Aid society of the Sandbank church met Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Oscar Hoover at her home east of Tipton, with twelve members present. The devotional period was in charge of tlje hostess, and was followed by a brief business session. During .this time, a committee was appointed to purchase dishes for the church kitchen. ! Members of itbe committee are Mrs. Claude Hoover, Mrs. Hujlie Achunbach. ;uul Mrs. Earl Achenbach. | Three new; members were taken into the society at this time, Mrs. Forest Thomas, Mrs. Carmel Hoover, and Mrs. rtaymond Thomas. The remainder of the afternoon was spent in a soi-ial way, with the hostess nerving delicious refreshments at the close. The next meeting will lie the first Thursday in July with Mrs. Claude Hoover. -( -[•:;' •.;-:• ;^:r^-:-:,".-. •' • v : -^,^:^-. J;- - ' •''•^^^K $M ^^^^^^^^^-••: ....•;;-.:.-;.:.••:-••.r'tr-'xi'-^n-,;-^ i ---; •^^^^^T?????^^?^^^^^f^=av^8tga;'i'gj;8|?i^fe^.! f i' v :'. J, '••.<•< AIIIMim- inmSnl «^MHiMMBBMiBBaBBBBMi|M|HiBlpBpMBiB«PPIMM|liBBB ;;V' • Stella Wal.h Stella Walsh; Cleveland's ace dash star, shown above as she clipped a half second off the former national record of 7.4 seconds for the 60-yard dash, will meet her sensational new rival, Helen Stephens, 17-year-old Fulton, Mo., speedster, at St. Louis, June 1, at the Ozark A. A. U. meet.. CLEJIEXCY BOARD. Deluxe ring binders and sheets to match. Tribune Tribune Want Ads Get Results. ., . in my opinioq. they are mildef and they certainty : have a pleasing taste and aroma Has Several prisoners Asking for Review! of Their Cases. . (By United Tress). Indianapolis, June 7.—Denied leniency five; times, Frank Hock, Ml. Vernon, itoday renewed application for parole from the state prison where he is serving a life sentence on a murder charge. Hock entered the prison 12 years ago today. According to officials of the institution he has maintained a perfect record and is described; as a "model" prisoner. : He was sentenced in the Posey circuit -eourt on a charge of killing a friend during a scuffle. Hock claims the shooting was an accident. • Thirteen reformatory inmates, several of whom are serving lonr ; terms for robbery and auto banditry also sought leniency from the clemency commission today. Among then] were: Harry Meadows, Muncie, 30 years, robbery; Claude Lancaster, LaPorte, 12 [years, auto banditry; Melvin DeLq'ng and Glenn Lashbrook, Evansville, 1-10 years, vehicle taking: Gilmer Turner, LaPorte, 15 years, robbery; Roy Martz, Fort iWayne, 10 years, auto banditry;; and Thomas Brick- Icy, H'untington, 12 years, robbery. Climax to Forged, Bond Scandal in Kansas Is Banker's Death. OTHERS IN PRISON NRA SUITS. Four In South Bend Court on Violations to Be Dismissed. (By United Press). Emporia, Kan., June 7. — The story of the wrecking 'of two banks, the flooding of a state witii forged bonds, and the ruination of the lives of four men was closed today with the.suicide of Warren W. Finney, banker., .realtor and politician. Finney shot himself while ofli- cers waited to take him to prison to serve a sentence of from 3u to 600 years. He was found unconscious on a divan in his summer cottage, five miles from here, a mirror propped before him and a revolver in his hand. Shot through the brain, he died a short time later at a hospital. He was 62. Finney's fight to clear his name and evade prison began in 1933 when forged bonds were found in the state treasury, placed there in the name of Finney's Fidelity State Bank of Emporia, now d2- funct. Investigation showed more than a million in forged securities had been floated in Kansas. Among the results were: Arrest and trial of Ronald Fin- aey, son of Warren, as the per- pe'trat6r of the ^forgeries. He no* is in the state prison. Indictment of Tom Boyd, state treasurer and his subsequent'pria- on sentence. He, too, is in the Lansing prison, as is Leland Caldwell, called young Finney's "man Friday," who was sentenced for complicity in the frauds, of $63,000. Finney contended he sacrificed his wealth to pay depositors of his banks-'He moved from his palatial home to a small house, and the cottage in which he ended his life was for sale. It was a salesman, showing the place, who discovered the dying Finney. Finney, who had not expected to be taken to prison until next week, did not see '.. Sheriff Roger Davis when the officer came with the supreme court mandate yesterday. Mrs. Finney met Davis and pleaded for "one more hour" in which she, her husband and their daughter, Miss Mary Jane Finney, home from Washburn college, might be together. Davis agreed, drove away and returned shortly. While he waited for Finney to "come downstairs" the • coroner telephoned that Finney was dead. CAUSE DCOMMOTION. South Bend, June 7.—Four j Federal suits charging violation ! of the NRA jwill be dismissed immediately, F. K. Bowser, deputy district attorney of the northern Indiana federal court announced today. ' The dismissals will be asked in view of 'the recent U. S. supreme court) ruling on the recovery law, he isaid. Letter openers for the office or home desk. Tribune Press. | tf Hatching New Birij? House in I'prour Over Visit of An Eccentric. Washington, June 7.—A man who identified himself as H. G. Franklin of Sugar Run, Pa., strode calmly into the House In the midst of debate on NRA today and marched down the center of the chamber carrying a fluttering white handkerchief on a stick. The man, calling himself the supreme prophet on nature, walked past the doorkeepers and down in front of the speaker's dias. Guards seized him and hustled him out of the capltol. BRING HANDSOM You'll want this modern cleaner ... the Sentinel 35 Hoover... because if s so good-look- — ing... because it cleans better than any other ' cleaner. Try it in your own home, without obligation. New features of wonderful convenience. No increase in price. Down $/J 50 payments as little as x" THE NEW SENTINEL 35 HOOVER Compton £K Son, Inc. The revocation, followed a personal investigation late yesterday by Paul P. Fry, state excise : administrator and .Judge David' A. Myers', member ; dif 'the state Alcoholic Beverage Commission. "The commission found that the character of Mr. Liebig was excellent and that his place of business was worthy of a permit with the exception of the location qualification," Fry said. The law gives the commission the authority to issue permits to sell beer in places located in, or in close proximity to, an unincorporated village which has been in existence more than ten years. Following numerous telephone calls questioning the permit they found on investigation that the ] Liebig place was located the bet- [ ter part of -a mile from Highland i Park, north of .this city. ADMITS KILLING. Girl Held «j- Police Says "He "Violated My Honor." Chicago, June 7.—Police today held 16-year-old Ida Soli, who shot and killed Caesar ScagHone. 43, married and the father of three, because "he violated, my honor." Ida said Scaglione assaulted her in August and again in November. "So last night." she said, "I threw a rock through bis window and shot him when lie came out. He violated my honor and I hated him." June 7th. Funeral services for Mrs. Adie Clouser killed in an auto accident at Sail Jose, Calif., were held at Windfall. £'J * » * ~ ..F. A. Callahan, chairman of the committee to raise funds by donations for paying premiums' at the county fair, reported over $500 bad been subscribed. * * » It was announced the Legion baseball team would play Elwood at that place?, on the coming Sunday. ''> . * * * Rev. George D. Foster united in marriage Vern Rayls and Miss Margaret Adams. • * * * Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Mitchell returned from a visit of several days with the daughter Mrs. J. J. Cottingham and family, east of Sharpsville. * * * The electric light plant was put out of commission and the city was dark on account of a portion of the roof falling in and .striking the switch board. T • » » * Announcement of the marriage of Dr. Bruce Summers to Ruth C. Traylor of Boonville, to take place on the 10th was made by the Tribune. Daily Hible Quotation. 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