The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on June 8, 1935 · Page 6
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~t"f 111 HELD VALID s of Roadhouses Lose Suit to Retain Liquor License Privileges. .WILL APPEAL RULING Indianapolis, June S.—Circuit Judge Earl R. Cox declared the W35 Indiana liquor control law valid yesterday when he dissolved a temporary restraining order obtained against enforcement of the act by Marion county roadhouse OX OLD CHARGE. Hugh Ogle Pln«fd in Jail Friday Xlght by Officers. Hugh Ogle, who last summer was given a fine in circuit court on a charge of intoxication and given until the 15th of last September to pay, was picked up Friday night and placed in jail. Instead of making payment as ordered. Ogle absented himself from the county, but recently returned and last night was seen in Tipton. officers were notified and he was taken in custody. • I 9 Resigns Office. protective Associa- As the House Votes, Donald .tion, attacking constitutionality! Richberg 1 , Administrator, of the law because of discrimination, sought a permanent injunction in behalf of all Indiana roadhouse operators. Fry immediately directed excise police to close taverns outside corporation limits of cities, as provided in the 1935 act. John A. Royse, tavern association attorney, filed a motion for an appeal to the state supreme WILL STEP OUT JUNE 16 court, and Judge Cox, setting the appeal bond at $200, ordered the appeal perfected within 20 days. Judge Cox held the 1935 act creating the liquor control board was not, a delegated authority but a grant of power. He ruled that a license to sell liquor is not a vested property right. Regulations made by trol board, the Judge held, within the state police powers, i Judge Cox based his ruling upon' the supreme court's decision in the Abe Rosen liquor case, instituted In Lake county about a year ago. Although it was the first time in 'Marion county circuit court history that a judge dismissed an injunction suit before hearing evidence. Cox explained his action by saying recent supreme court rulings tended to give that right, despite no direct Indiana law on the subject. Washington. June S. — The administration's "stop-gap" NRA plan rode through the house yesterday on the shoulders of the heavy Democratic majority, coincident with a presidential warni(i£ it not violate the anti-trust laws. An hour or so later the president accepted the resignation of i' "" v^ * ""^y ""' l Mill WAGE A BATTLE Indiana Senator Will Oppose the McNutt-Greenlee Organization. INTO THE TOWNSHIPS Indianapolis, June S.—Senator Frederick' -VanNuys announced yesterday, after conferring with nearly two hundred Democrats from all parts of the state, that he will carry his battle to release the party from the McNutt-Greenlee strangelhold into every precinct of the state. "Why, right now who is consulted and who makes the decisions in party affairs?'' the senator asked. Answering the question himself, ho declared that the persons could be counted on the fingers ot both hands. By this the senator was asked if he meant the party control by overnor Paul V. McNutt, Pleas E. Greenlee, the governor's patronage secretary, and Frank McHale, attorney and adviser. "I am not mentioning names," Senator VanNuys replied with a broad grin. "The people of Indiana know without mentioning names. "I .can tell you this, and I have received advice from the many loyal friends I have talked to to- the con- „ ,., ,-, Tl . . . . . „ e \ Donald R. Richberg as chief of i are lNRA effective June 1C. when the day> that we wj » carry the fisht original recovery act was sched-; uled to expire. Richberg announced several i for the liberalization of the or- IFO17ND DEAD IN HOME. Body of Otto George Was in Clmir When Wife Made Discovery. ,Otto George, 55 years of age, residing, on Mill street, was discovered dead in a chair at his home at 6:00 o'clock Saturday weeks ago he desired to return to the private practice of law. Mr. Roosevelt expressed the hope that Richberg might remain here "for a short period after June 1C, in order to transfer, as effectively as possible, your duties as chairman to the succeeding administration." Meanwhile, the executive council of the American Federation of Labor, which previously had denounced the president's skeleton XRA as a "surrender" by the administration, met to map the future. Dividing generally along par'.y lines the house gave preponderant approval to Mr. Roosevelt's 9 Vi months proposal that a fragment of the NRA staff be retained for statistical research— -n piece ganization and for the election of delegates to the state convention of IflHC into every county of Indiana." Ea'rlier, some of the callers on the senator warned him that a fight on th<> Greenlee organization would bo j'toiigh." They pointed out that tlje statehouse organization is entrenched ^firmly and has the power-' whicl* comes from patronage. The senator declared he Is not daunted by this supposed power of patronage. "I would rather have ten loyal supporters than 100 who follow because they are on the pay roll," Senator VanNuys asserted. The senator grinned about reports that there is dissatisfaction within the 'McNutt organization over the potential candidacy of Greenlee for the nomination for morning by his wife, who sum-l o£ legislation carefully drawn to E° vernor - According to these re- moned neighbors by her cries. Mr. George -had not been 1 in good health for some time but his .condition had not been considered leave the way open for voluntary codes. Just before the/Tmal vote the- house refused 107 to 2S2 to send .serious and the shock of his death | the resolution back to the ways land means committee to draft a substitute to give the trade coni- was a severe one. The deceased had resided on a farm all of his life until recently when he removed to Tipton. .Coroner H. V. Morris was called and pronounced it a heart attack and the body was removed to the Leatherman funeral home .for preparation. No Improvement. Mrs. Etta Davis, widow of J. D. Davis, remains critically ill at her chxpne In Tetersburg, there being no '.improvement, and she is growing very nervous. The telephone has -been muffled as the noise bothered this patient, there being many .calls from friends asking as to the .condition of this splendid woman, has been suffering for many with rheumatic troubles. •''. ]$$?*• now entirely helpless. THE NEW Severin •ess mission instead of the president the power to approve voluntary codes. The proposal was by Representative Tread way (R.-Mass.). Washington, June S. — Four Indiana members of the house— three Democrats and one Republican 1 —voted against the "stopgap" NRA bill. They were Representatives Lutl- low, Gray and Griswold, Democrats, and Halleck. Republican. • * • LEGAL OPINIOX. Would Be Sought From High Court on Laws By Congress. lABUJTYAND- IOUS r Guaranteed mattress 1 Washington, June 8.—The president or either house of congress would be permitted to require "at any time from the Supreme Court an opinion upon the constitutionally of any act passed by congress," under a proposed constitutional amendment intro- )orts, some of the close advisers of the governor are extremely Hostile to Greenlee as a candidate. As to this the senator thought, if the condition existed, the opposition to Grc-enlee within tlie ranks of the statehouse organiza- ion would not be carried to any great lengths. Such opponents of he patronage secretary might not ike to see him nominated, but they are being taken care of too well by the party to get very wrathy. . Senator VanNuys reiterated his position that he is not seeking to deny to the present controllers of the organization, or any one else, the right to organize and the right to have-candidates of their choica. But he insisted that there are too many old-time Democrats left out in the cold in the present setup and that they must be heard from and must be given a voice in the party. Reissner Services. Funeral services for Frank L. Reissner, father of Mrs. Harrison Smltson, who died at the Metho diet hospital in Indianapolis Thursday night, will be held at Children' EANX ,SUNDAY! ; Day Exercises at the Church, The pateeant "Shut-Up Posy" will be g^ven "by the children of the First JBaptlst church, Sunday evening Jane 9, at 7:30. The characters', as they appear: Mother Earth, Sarah Louise Salss- line; Angel, Wilma Roush; Spring, Barbara Perry; North Wind, Edgar Adams; South Wind, Billy Green; East Wind, Robert Plake; West Wind, William Neli son. Sun Beams—Jeanette Carter, Mary Perry, Betty Williams, Joan Beard, Barbara Williams, Wilmeta Hancock. Moonbeams — Dick Williams, Donald Jean Burket, John Edwards. Rainbow Fairies—Zella Adams, Wilda Kleyla, Phyllis Williams. Daisies jand Buttercups-^—Jean Smith, Mary Jean Lambert, Alice Beard, Mary Agnes Mason, Phyllis Ingall, Ruth Carter, Deloris Williams, Rosemary Fox. Easter Hare—Larry Massey. Jack-In-the-Pulpit — Fillmore Williams. Violets—-Tommy Perry, Junior Bockover, j Jeanette Legg, Jean Andrews, Phyllis Burket, Joyce Ann Burket, Nancy Perry, Phyllis Burket, Betty Townsend', Juaneta Horton, Wayne Irwin, iharles Horton, Wilda Harper. Dutch Boy—Cecil Adams. Forget-me-nots — Mary Jean Land, Delia. Jean Land. Lads and Lassies—Katharine Roush, Valora Massey, June Laxon, Mildred Warner, Jack Kleyla, Albert Harper. Shut-up-Posy—Mona Perry. The public is cordially invited. Replies iFrom Platform to Criticisms Offered by Texas Governor. WOULD REGULATE ALL: COMMERCE President Outlines Laws He Deems Advisable for the Proper Control. AN IMPROMPTU DEBATE Amarlllo, Tex., June 8.—Elliott Roosevelt, son of the President, and (Governor James V. Allred-staged! a sharp Impromptu debate on the issue of state's rights versus principles of the new deal last night j on the floor ' of the Texas convention of young- Democrats, ""i '."" The Governor, addressing the convention, made a strong appeal •for retention by states of the right to regulate their own affairs. Addressing the Governor directly, Roosevelt said: "I thin|c Governor Allred is hot under ;the collar about something he doesn't have to get worried about.. "Governor Allred made City of Tlneennea Makes Purchase and Reduces Rates. VIncennes, June 8. — The city of Vlncennes last night purchased the city water plant from Charles Edwards and Benjamin Perk of Indianapolis, paying $1,125.000 obtained through issuance of 4% per cent revenue bonds. Mayor Joseph W. Kimmell announced a -20 per cent reduction in .water rates to domestic users will go Into effect when the city takes possession June 30. Tango party, K. of P. hall, Saturday night; public invited. c-213 «• • Chnrch of the Nazarene. (Rev. G. R. Coyner, Pastor). Revival services will be held tonight at 7:30 o'clock; Sunday at 10:30 a. m. and 7:30 p: m., and every evening next week. Rev. Gail Shaeffer will be the evengel- Ist. Tuesday evening at 7:30 o'clock, the Knipper Brothers and Parker trio will be present to furnish special music. Purdue Secretary. (By United VressV Lafayette, June 8. — Etheridge some i B. Baugh, Batavia, 0., was named IN SPECIAL MESSAGE remarks about the NRA, how badly formed jit was—the doer of a great many injustices. The President of the United States agrees with him. ; "All I know is that he accepted his office to serve the people of this country as he knew best." Young Roosevelt drew rousing applause when he said "I think we can honestly say that you In this hall fe|el a darn sight better than you did two years ago. Whether it was the NRA or AAA or several iof the other unconstitutional acts that have been 1 passed, I can not say. "But anyway, the country is coming back and the country will continue to come back and the President will abide by the will of the people,! and if the will of the people says he is overstepping his bounds, I am sure he will withdraw his acts." Governor Allred joined In the cheering. I ASSIGNED HERE. William Mntheson and Don Chapman Arc : Stnte Excise Police. Washington, June S. — President Rooseyelt asked congress in a special message yesterday for legislation : which ultimately would give the interstate commerce commission control of highway, rail, inland .waterway and air transportation. He called for enactment o( bills Help among railroad refinancing. | Put air transportation under the interstate commerce commission. Regulate; highway motor carriers. Put Inland waterway and coastal carriers j under the interstate commerce commission. Broaden and reorganize the interstate commerce Commission into a federal transportation commission. ; ' • Continue the work of Joseph B. Eastn^i as transportation coordinator. Of the six bills, the president said that giving the interstate commerce i' commission, broader powers might have to go over to the next session. "It is fi the nation Assignment of state excise po- today.to succeed Owen M. Booher as executive secretary of the Purdue alumni association. Booher resigned recently because of 111- PRICES ARE STEADY. No Change Indicated at Indianapolis Market Saturday. Indianapolis, June 8. — Receipts on hogs, 2,000; held over, 165; cattle, 100; calves, 100; sheep and lambs, 100. Hog prices early today In the local live stock market were -unchanged, with the top. 910.10, for best selections; pigs and light weights, up to 100 pounds, sold at J8.50 to $9.75; 160 to pounds, $9.90 to $10.00; 275 275 pounds up, $9.70 to $9.85; .sows $8.50 to $9.50. Cattle were steady, calves were unchanged, lambs steady. Chicago, June 8.—Receipts on hogs, 5,000, including 4,500 direct to packers; held over, 1,000; prices steady, top $10.00-; cattle, 300; sheep and lambs, 600. ELWOOD MARKET Phone 53. I. DUFFEY & SONS CO. No Commission - No Yardage Elwood, June 8. — Hogs. 1BO to ISO Ibs., $9.85; 180 to 200 lice for the various districts of its., $9.80; 200 to 225 Ibs., $9.65; the state has been announced and two men, William Matheson and Dan Chapman, are assigned to this district. Tipton county is In a district iwith Miami, Howard, Grant, Hamilton, Madison, Hancock, Henry, Delaware, Blackford, Jay, Randolph and Wayne. Matheson resides In Muncie and Chapman in Richmond. The state is divided into ten districts and twenty men are named to pjatrol the districts, two being assigned to each. WEATHER—Generally fair tonight and Sunday, preceded by showers this afternoon and early tonight, extreme south; warmer.' gh time to deal with s transportation as single, unified problem," Mr. Roosevelt bald in his message. " — ~ 225 to 250 Ibs., $»;70; 250 to 275 Ibs., f:9.65; 275 to 300 Ibs., $9.60; 300' to 325 sows, $8.75 down; Ibs., $9.50: calves and Little duced yesterday by Representa-j th? Hlgey & Tltuti f unera l home, 951 North Delaware street, at 11 o'clock Monday morning. The body will lie in state at the funeral home until the-hour of the services and friends may call. 'Burial will be .in Crown Hill cemetery at Indianapolis. live Tolan (Democrat, California.) His resolution specifies that the Supreme Court opinion shall be given in 1 writing. Tribune Want Ads Get Results. 1C! For Refrigeration See the NEW AIR CONDITIONED REFRIGERATORS At Low Prices and Easy Terms I/ooking for Location. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Harker and children of Chalmers' are here visiting with relatives, Mr. Harker being a son of Mrs. L. T. Harker of Tipton and his wife is a daughter of Mrs. John D. Kleyla residing southeast of Tipton. Raymond Harker has been op- ing a drugstore at Chal a number of the by TO PRESENT PAGEANT. Children's Pay Program to be Presented at Hopewell Sunday Night. night a splendid pro Sunday gram will be presented at Hopewell Methodist church thirty-six children and the public. is invited to ; be present. The children ; will present the pageant, "A Summer Pete," which Is Interspersed with musical specialties and the 'program will start at 7:45. The general public will be- welcomed. | : ' Carl of Kempt to lose hi Lost Hb BUlfoM. Neu mann, residing sontb had the i mUtortune -billfold at-Kokomo pn LEAVELL & BATES Fdr Oiling Floors and- lambs Wednesday and Thursday. Local Grain Market Wheat, No. 2, 72c; No. 1 73c Oats __ 29c Corn, per 100 Ibs. $1.10 Local Produce Market. (Moore & Moore) Eggs, per dozen 19c Indianapolis Froonce Price*. Eggs—Indianapolis, jobbers offer country shippers for -strictly fresh stock, 19c at country points, 20c delivered at Indianapolis. Poultry — Jobbers -paying for heavy hens, 16c; Leghorns, 15c; broilers, 2 Ibs. up, -17e; Leghorns, 2 Ibs., 16c; cocks and stags, 7c; geese, &c; ducks, 7c; guineas, 15o. Butter—Jobbers' selling prices for creamery butter, fresh firsts, No. 1, 27-28c; No. 2,, 25-26c; Jn quarters and halves. Ic more. Butter Pat—Buyers paying 22c a pound delivered at Indianapolis. Furniture SUITE &BARRUH Moon's Market Grrcerte«—Meats 130 — Phones — 27 PAYING Hennery Brown Hennery "White Hrsto 90e ! POULTRY Hena Pen, Ceghorn Booster* ______________ To" r e_aiu,4ni- Xrar Pouter Dexter PRICED 39.95 We Carry Several Mdd^ls of Electric and!! Gasoline Baxters M - • i ; . . . ; ; Suite £K Barrum BfW/ff If You Need Extra : • ' . • ' ! Vacation Funds! Don't let the state of your finances interfere with your summer's pleasure. Don't deprive yourself of the good times'you should have, merely because of temporary shortage of funds. You can do what you want—have the most glorious vacation ever —and pay for.it in a simple, easy, convenient way. Leavell&'Bates Tipton, Ind. Phone 16 l!i!!lllllllllllllllllllllllllll'lllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllim Your More.than 80^. of all men's shirts, stocking^ uni- derwear, neckties; and handkerchiefs are purchased by women. Why? Men prefer to have their wives; and mothers do the shopping; because they realize! that women are better shoppers—that they have a sixth sense for qualities and values. ; ._ ' . How do women keep themselves informed-? They have formed the habit of reading the pdvertiset- ments in.the newspapers. .And they, read themj regularly.) whether they want to buy anything orjnot.1 Then they know exactly where to go to purchase; what they need, and they know to a penny just what they will have to pay. , j From the advertisements any one can learn Wherei to buy better clothes, better foods, better hous&ioldj goods, better EVERYTHING. Read them parefully • They have news and suggestions; for, you! ; THB DIANA. SUNDAY,. MC ~~ I* I • i *" *• I

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