The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on June 10, 1935 · Page 5
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Tipton, Indiana
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Monday, June 10, 1935
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V o follow the teachings of civil war president, and declared FOR SALE OR TRADE REAL ESTATE FOR SALE — 120 acres. Grant county, 5-room house, barn, hog house, tool shed and granary, stock scales; six acres timber; $61 per acre, 20% cash, balance terms. Box 63, Greenfield, ind. B - 215 FOR SALE—Seed potatoes. Schulenburg. Phone 8X8. p-214 WANTED FORSALE PERSONAL PROPERTY FOR SALE—Pimento plants, 5c dozen. B. C. Chambers. c-tf FOR SALE—C-melody saxaphone. Hal Bridge. c-tr WANTED — You to know that Dutox is best for bean beetles, at Bexall Drug Store. c-tf WANTED—Sheep shearing, 15c; Inquire at Seaman Garage, Sharpsville. ; P" 216 WANTED— Housework or restaurant work. Phone 4101. c-216 FOR SALE—Shetland pony, spotted. T. F. Hancock. p-214 FOR SALE — 3-piece overstuffed suite, ?50.00. Mrs. Floyd Ramsay. r FOR SALE—John Deere 'tors, one and two-row. Smith, Goldsmith. cultiva- G. G. p-215 WANTED '— Paper hanging; reasonable, coynef. Phone 1270. c-214 tlons. Lowden said the balancing of industrial and agricultural return was a pressing issue. "That balance catt he maintained," he said, "only if, so long as we have a protective tariff for the benefit of industry, we give to agriculture corresponding benefits for that portion of the products of the soil which go into domestic consumption'." Lowden was asked if that objective would be gained by the all but forgotten "equalization" fee farm relief system or by the Roosevelt AAA. He said he did not care to be quoted further but thought the fee system was MALI HELP WANTED FOR SALE—Arsenate of lead for bugs 17c lb., at Rexall Drug Store. c ' t£ FOR SALE—75,000 Greater Bal- tomato plants. Phone p-215 timore 20X2. _L FOR SALE—Royal portable typewriter, iu excellent condition; price $25. Tribune Press. 219 WE WANT to select reliable young man, now employed, with foresight, fair education and mechanical Inclinations, willing to train spare time or evenings, to qualify as installation and service expert on all types electric refrigerators and air conditioning equipment; write fully, giving age, phone, pre'sent occupation, une. Box R, care Trib- p-215 LOST AND TOUND. LOST—Shank from tractor cultivator on Normanda pike; return to Tribune. p-215 FOR SALE — Tip-Top chicks, proven the cheapest for farmer or poultry man; a few'started chicks. Tipton Hatchery, c-tf REPOSSESSED refrigerator can be had for balance due; if interested, answer Box 102. this paper. c-216 FOR SALE—Tent, 10 x!2; Axminster rug, 9x1 S; all makes of oil stoves and refrigerators, used and new. Foster. c-215 FOR SALE — Gooseberries, Tuesday and Wednesday at Ekin; 35c gallon, 3 gallons, $1. Mrs. H. R. Donahue. c-215 FOR RENT FOR RENT—Four-room house, in good repair. Phone 2426. c-216 FOR RENT — Modern furnished apartment, close In. Phone 3374 or 18. c-214 one way of balancing agricultura Income and that it also of several AAA objectives. Presidential candidates hav been barred from this meetlni but booms of half a dozen are going with more in prospect. Ther is talk of supreme court jstices Owen J. Roberts and Harlan Pis Stone, who joined all other mem bers of the court in outlawin NRA an'd creating what has he- come the principal issue of thi gathering. Ezra R. Whitla, Idahoh nation al ccommitteeman, is fanning the Borah-for-president flame in the name of the mountain' states and there is evident considerable sentiment for Rep. Hamilton Fish, R., N. Y., who gained national prominence some years ago by investigating Communist activities in the United States and who recently swung through farm belt in a speaking campaign against the new deal. Kansans are hopeful for their Alt M. Landon, their Republican "economic advantage is dis- layingj liberty as the ideal of the ation> "The sanctity of contract has een denied," he said. "The national honor has been repudiated. Class jhatreds are being fanned o white heat Government claims he right to plan, to order, to regimelnt the lives of 125,000,000 Americans. "Autocratic and dictatorial power I has been massed in the lands 'of one man in' Washington. Government is ever reaching out to take over more of the powers which | our fathers refused to concede. Eighteen Dirt Track!Drivers Will Defy Death at Fair Ground. i : '_ \ • Announcement is- made that auto racing will be resumed at Sand island Sunday, June 16, and that eighteen well known dirt track drivers will compete for the prizes.' Races have not been held since Sunday, May 19, when John Mullins a spectator, was killed when a car driven by Venard G. Trester of Indianapolis, went through the fence. All possible precautions will be taken ito prevent accidents at the races on June 16, and the usual large jcrowd of spectators is expected.. "The savings of the cumulated through generations of patient toil and frugal living, are being | confiscated. Babes whose eyes have never been opened to the light of day must labor in the sweat! of their faces to replace the appalling waste. The door of opportunity is closing in the face of the young man. "Opportunism, expediency, political temporizing—these are the policies of the day." (By United Press). Coliseum, Fair Grounds, Springfield, 111., June 10: — Edward A. Hayes, Decatur, 111., former commander of the American Region, was agreed upon today as chairman of the grass root.s 4 Elepublican conference resolution committee through which farm belt delegates are drafting an in- dictnient of new deal efforts . to handle social and economic problems on a national scale. ; Will Move Tuesday. FOR RENT f- Modern heated rooms as low as $3 per week. Miller Hotel. Tribune Bldg. t* FOR RENT — Furnished 2-rooni apartment, centrally Jocated. Mendenhall's Studio. c-tf FOR SALE—Cheap, 1928 Graham truck, 1% tons. Leavell & MONEY TO LOAN Bates, Tipton. c-216 FOR SALE — 6-year-old horse, Fordson tractor and Oliver 12- inch tractor plow; 2 I. H. C. rotary hoes; 9-in. Letz burr feed mill; 7-ft. Osborne binder. Butz Implement Store. Phone 33X3. c-tf JUNE HATCHES — Each TUCK. Large type White LeKhorns 56.35 per 100; SC.75 in 500 lots: JG.50 in 1.000 lots. Heavys $7.45 per 100: $7.25 in 500 lots; $7 in 1,000 lots. Light Brahamas Heavy Mixed $7. Add Ic per SEE US for new plan of farm loans; 5, 10, 15 and 20-year payment plan; low interest rate. Fielding & Fielding, c-tf J8.45. hick extra when lots of 50 are shipped; 2c wht-n Z~i. Clucks started :'. and 3 whs. as special orders. Order in advance for date, breed and number. Raise summer chicks—they will mean real profit for table use this fall. Hoosier Hatchery, afichieantown, Ind. r: Getting Along Nicely. David Coverdale, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Coverdale of this city, continues to get along very nicely at the Beechwood hospital where he has been a patient for the past two weeks with a tube in his side to drain his lungs. He could have gone home sev- iral days ago, but his sister is .uttering with a throat infection, tnd it was thought best to keep .hem separated for a time. FOR SALE—One Jesse French upright piano, oak finish, like new; also one Mason & Hamlin parlor grand piano, mahogany finish, excellent instrument and exceptional'value; also antiquo walnut bedroom suite. ' 226 N. Main. I C-2J5 For Sale or Trade Model AAlFord Truck CMC Truck Reo Truck Indiana Truck; 1931AA Ford Truck, dual wheels j These trucks are all equipped with {cabs and good tomato trucks. LIBERAL TERMS Upton Main Molor Co. C. E. Holmes, who recently purchased the Kinder property on North Indqpendence street, will move iTues'day. He and his sister, Mrs. W. G. Cross intend to make it their home. »Since acquiring the property Mr. Holmes has made a number of improvements, including the pointing of the house which has added greatly to its appearance. Mrs. Mable Recobs, who has been iresiding in a portion of the Independence street property has removed to' 12S North West street, the property vacated by Mr. Holmes and his sister, it having open purchased by Miss Goldte Patorson of the Fielding & Fielding agency for a rental. Conning Plant at 6ahd Island Will Be Polly Equipped. Since the closing of the Tipton schools C. B. Stemen, and W- D. Hiatt have been putting in most of their time at Sand Island, where they are installing the machinery in their canning plant. The plant while small, will be thoroughly modern, and much of the machinery is already in place. The plant this year will handle only tomatoes and the men have acreage already under contract to insure a busy season. This factory, is located in the cement block, house on the old route of road 2S which was constructed for a tea room and is larger than most people suppose. The building is 25 by 75 feet in dimensions, giving a floor space of 1,875 square feet and all partitions have been removed. They intend to can a superior brand will sell them label. of tomatoes and under their own WILL APPEAL. SUitc Will Contest Ruling Affecting Gross Income Tux. Indianapolis, .June 10. — Representatives of the attorney general's office and the gross income tax department conferred today on plans for appealing a decision in Marion county superior court seriously affecting the state's revenue under the income tax. governor and among the delegates from Iowa the talk is of Senator L. J. Dickinson for 1936. The presidential enthusiasms here appear to be largely sectional. A single inharmonious note marred the pre-conventlon caucus deliberations. A. H. Geissler former Republican minister, to Guatemala and a delegate from Guthrie, Okla., rammed through his seate caucus a rule reserving the delegation's right to instruct its representative on the convention resolutions committee. Geissler wants a resolution to pay the bonus from the new deal $4,000,000,000 works'relief fund. Spangler and other sponsors of this meeting are anxious that the country understand that no effort will be made here to draft a Republican platform. Spangler told the convention today that the choice next year is "individualism against regimen- ; DcMolay Dance. Paul Jones and bis S-piecc orchestra from Kokomo, have been i secured to furnish the music for I the DeMolay dance to be held here ! 'Friday evening, May 14, in • the Continued from Page 1. | Masouic Temp i e . M r. Jones and vict,! was sought in Butte, >'«>«'•• j h|g mU8lclans are not unknown in MORE KIDNAPERS. where he was forced to abandon a stolen car that contained S15,- OQO of the $200,000 J. P. Weyerhaeuser paid for release of his son.; He was believed to be hiding |n the city. A good portion of the ransom .money was understood to have been recover from the Waleys. Two other men were sought. Their identities and their recent movements, it was understood, were known. Tipton, having played for the junior-senior dance this spring. Dancing will start at S:30 o'clcjck and continue until 12:30 (o'clock. A special invitation is extended to the older residents oC ~," (1 'the fcommunity, but young and old alike will receive a cordial welcome from the DeMolays. Visited Here. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Staley and family, Mr. and Mrs. James Strutebeary, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Snyder and family, and Mr. and Mrs. .Charles Lockhart, all of Indianapolis, were the Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Coffman at their home on the Berryman pike. The guests brought well filled lunch baskets, and enjoyed a bountiful pitch-in dinner at the noon hour. The afternoon was spent with indoor and outdoor games, and all enjoyed a delightful time until a late hour. d accompanied m io. Detroit. ' ! Mrs. Mabel Whisler went to Tipton 'Saturday and will visit until Wednesday with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Martz. j Mrs. Raymond Mason an<j daughter Marlene of Tipton spenjt Thursday here with her mother Mrs. Pearl Sumner and attended the funeral of John McGill In the afternoon. . j Mr. and Mrs. Omer Perkins: of Indianapolis were guests Thursday evening of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Guy and family. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Baker had as their dinner .guests Thursday, Will Walls, Mr. and Mrs. Charles WJlis, Miss Ruth and Raymond and Don Walls of Kokomo and Mrs. Howard Quarsbarth and daughter Dorothy Louise of Monon. .Miss Katherine Frazee of Seymour spent Saturday and Sunday here with her mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Frazee. Mr. and Mrs. William Hughes and daughter, Margaret Ann, and Miss Margaret Learning spent Saturday in Elwood with frienda. Miss Learning spent last week In Omega with Mr. and Mrs. Hughes. Cull Dickover of Lima, Ohio, came Thursday to spend the week end here with her sister, Mrs. Tom Barnes and Mr. Barnes.. Mrs. Lawrence Hullinger and baby daughter of Lima, Ohio, are spending several days here with her mother, Mrs. Will Kinder, and brother, Bob Nunemacher. Bobby Joe Lieurance, four- year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Lieurance who has ;been critically ill with pneumonia, -has made a change for the better and is improving nicely. • , Miss Gertrude Knapp who has been quite ill with pneumonia, and was taken to the hospital Decoration Day, has been brought to her home here and is improving nicely. •" •' 7! • • ^ Notfee4 In .the matter Thomas-S.l In the Tiptop April Tann,!19 35 Notice IB hereby, Albert Ealdns,|as estate of Thomas I ceased, has present account and -vduchei 8 In tlement ol' ea^d ral the same will eome nation and action ojf Court, on'the'Kta 1935, at which; time ditors or legatees "AJ are required to a] I court and shoiw there be, why vouchers should not Witness the clerk said Tipton circuit ton, Indiana, this May, 1985. ; RAYMOND W. (Seal) qlerk , 196-202-08-14J Notice of Admit 1 Notice Is hereby i given that jtpe undersigned has been- j appo:' by the Judge iof the Circuit " of Tipton County, j State of ana, executriji of ~ John Fraz'ed, estate! County, deceased, supposed to be so May 15, 1935. C. W. MOUNT, Attorney. ; Notice to Heirs, In the matter orj the estate o: James E. Decker, Deceased. In the Tiptoa Circuit Court, ;Aj ri t Term, 1935. L • ' '•'•'• Notice is hereby; Citizens ;National ! given that ;3 Bank, TlptJl, UKlzens ;iNauuiiai EMUI&, .itftiisu, Indiana, as administrator oif &t, estate of James IE. pecker,; ie- ceased, has ijreserit id ind filed It i account and=voudj.ers in final; net* Uement of said the same will conic nation and action! of said Ciri x. t. Court on the 27<li 1935, at which tiiji d-itors or legatees and ;t4«jt up for diy of ] Jli nn,' a^l heirp^. an K of jeaid legate are required to appear In laii court and show canjse, jif any tie! e be, why! said accnantjand ers should not he kpproved. j Witness, the cleprk jand fle* said Tipton CircuSti'Court, at; Til ton, Indiana, thifaj 3rd day < June, 1935. j | i , H RAYMOND •«!.! SIMPSON. | Clerk Tlpton Ideal leatheret desk Charges Abandonment. Mrs. Ila Brown, through her at- Waley and his young wife were held in the agents' office in the tontcys. Gilford, G.fford & Apple- Salt Lake City federal building. | ton; has filed an action in circuit court in which she is asking an absolute divorce from Milo Federal agents refused to send their prisoners to a prison, although the local jail and the Utah penitentiary were offered. The Waleys were expected to tatioa; liberty against autocracy." i be taken to Tacoma by airplan They have had little rest since their arrests Saturday. Both have worn leg irons since their capture, j Brown, to whom she was married June 4. 192S. The complaint charges the, defendant -abandoned her Jan. 1, 1931. She is asking alimony in the sum of $5,000 and THE DAILY WHEEZE Mother: "Did that yonng man alk business last night, Dorothy?-" Dorothy: "Yes, and he said it was rotten." Some people seem to think that the only thing their head is for is to keep their ears apart. Daughters of America. The regular meeting of the Daughters of America, Council No. 39, will be held in the hall Tuesday evening at 7:30 o'clock. A full attendance of members is desired, as the state councillor from Indianapolis will be a special guest. Phi Beta Pal. The Theta Delta chapter of Phi Beta Psi sorority will meet in a special called session tonight at 7:3.0 o'clock at the library. It is very urgent that every member be present as there is important business to be discussed. In Is: He complained that Mr. Roosevelt had chosen as his advisors "largely nuknown persons" whose records indicated "they are not in accord with American ways." Springfield, 111., June 10.— From the tomb of Abrahad Lincoln, former secretary of agriculture, Arthur M. Hyde today delivered a sharp attack upon President Roosevelt and the new deal. "We do not join Mr. Roosevelt in his admiration of the powers of Mussolini, Hitler and Stalin," Hyde told delegates at the first Republican "grass roots" convention. "We would first of all preserve liberty," he said. "Other nations may take such action as fits their character. We do not envy and we shall not ape them. They may abandon liberty and fly to dictatorship." The Hoover cabinet officer declared that Lincoln, if alive today, would urge his fellow-men to "flght if we wish to be free." "They tell me," Hyde said, "that the party of Lincold, in defeat, .has been' destroyed and can today to face the boy victim for identification. Acting Chief of Police O. B. Record said Mrs. Waley had nothing to do wit'i the actual crime, but she was caught passing ransom bills. Mrs. Waley is a small woman, the' restoration of name of Ila Heals. her maiden With Prudential. ijVilliam MeC'laflin, who for the past several years has been an instructor in the Westfield schools, has taken . employment with the Taken Home. Mrs. Ida Shaw has been removed to the home of her mother, Mrs. Laura Hughes., on North ain street, after being a patient or the past several weeks at the ..obert Long hospital at.Indiana- olis, where she underwent a scions radical mastoid operation. Her brother, O. H. Huhges, of harpsville, brought her to- hev ome here and she stood the trip ery nicely. She is improving teadily, although the gain is low, and it is thought she will ow get along splendidly. Miss Tranbarger Home. ' just five feet three inches ta '-l-j Prudential Insurance Company, She is 23 years old, weighs 12n pounds, and has brown hair and blue eyes. Agents described her as i "plain." She speaks with a German accent and her face is too broad to be pretty. — cau. no longer serve America; that it , and has been placed in charge or thq Arcadia and Cicero debit under the superintendency of N. O. HaHing of this city. Mr. McClaflin takes the place ot iJ. M. Warfel of Atlanta, who has resigned. i (By United Press). Tacoma, Wash., June 10.—The entire story of the George Weyerhaeuser kidnaping will he told for the first time in Pierce - coimty superior court when Mr. and Mrs. Harmon M. Waley fight for their lives against conviction under tho dristic state kidnap law, it appeared today. Judge E. D. Hodge, senior superior court jurist in Pierce county, probably will be the trial judge. He said today that the alleged bo because the Washington law is more kidnapers undoubtedly will turned over to state courts will be weak and powerless before an opposition which is entrenched behind -a nation-wide Tammany ball served by hundreds of thousands of paid' henchmen. "We do not blink at dlfflcul- tties. But the issue is the safety of •Individual liberty under free institutions. Who falters or lags behind deserves~not the title— ' fAmetlcan." Hyde, a former governor of stringent than the federal Lind- be-gh law. State law permits the jury to impose the death penalty whether! or not the • kidnapers have hai-med their victim. Under the Llidbergh law; harm must be proved to obtain a sentence of deith. Federal authorities could try ths Waleys If they wish, because thi> Lindbergh! law was violated when the abductors held George more than seven days. Xot So Well. Mrs. Mary Mjtchell, mother o! Harvey Mitchell of this city who ha's been ill at the Beechwood hospital for the past several days suffering with bronchial pneumonia, was not so well Sunday anil Monday. The bronchial trouble is practically all cleared away, but a kidney infection has developed which is {causing much trouble. Sunday Guests. Mr. and Mrs. Lester and children, Shirley Ma'y Byram anc Bobby, and thej formerfs mother Mrs. Henry By ram, all 1 of North Vejrnon, were the Sunday guests of i Mr. and Mrs. Frank Brlngle and son Lester of West Adams stieet. They started for horn ea -ly Monday morning, going by w*y. of Marion,! where ; Mrs. ran will stop to visit iwith rela for a week: Housing Contracts. K. of |C. Notice. Tipton Conncl No. 1265. w» regula ilori, at Miss Bessie Tranbarger, who_ las been spending the winter in lorida, arrived in 'Tipton Monlay afternoon and is now at her lome on West Madison street. .liss Tlranbarger returned! last veek and Monday morning called icr neighbor Mrs. Float Jolly and isked her to have the gas and water and electric lights turned on so that the house would be ready for occupancy. She reache-i E. Tranbarger, at Kokomo, several days ago. GOLDSMITH. The Normanda Missionary Society was entertained Thursday 2 OS-14-20-26 afternoon at the home of Mrs. •Harry Smith east of Normanda. Ideal leather There were eleven members pres- fjilowie Press| ent. Mrs. Dewey Alderson's group had charge of the program. Mrs. Alderson' conducted the devotionals. Their next meeting 1 will be with Mrs. Frank Perkins west of Normanda with Mrs. Lee Brinson's group in charge. Rev. J. A. Land and family were given a. pleasant surprise Thursday evening when more'than fifty friends and neighbors of the Goldsmith and Hopewell communities gathered at the parsonage' and showered them with a pound party. "They received a number of various articles of usefulness and the entire evening was very pleasantly spent. Refreshments of Cookies and coffee were served. The Goldsmith Ladies Aid so- i >f CfircuitiCtn^M Notice to Practice. All young people taking part in the Clhldren's Day exercises at the Kemp Methodist church are requested to be present Tuesday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock for practice. Children of the Sunday school See the Nejw Leonain Electric R^l.-«, ,- , H, J; SCHRODER & (Wf. 110-118 Booth Main BC ciety met Friday afternoon at thej home of Mrs. R. F. Smith. An} apron social was planned for Wednesday evening, June 26th, at the church basement. Miniature aprons will be distributed and ones receiving them I can place a penny for each inch of their waist measurement and hand them in at this time. A program committee consisting of Mrs. Lela Teter. Mrs. Gertie Foutch, Mrs. Clar Summers and Mrs. J. A. Land will arrarige aj program for the evening and refreshments will be served. Myrtle Bouse of Frankfort, a former Goldsmith resident came Thursday to visit a few days with Mr. and.Mrs. A. N. LEATflEKMA FUNER^i HOBEE Ambolanui Serviea Furnace GAS WA 1 Public oe of: Teter and Bouse -owns property here and Is looking after business i matters. other friends. Miss and their parents are requested Mary Elizabeth Smith, daugh- to take note of this ment. announce- Rehearsal Tuesday. All chifdren who wish to take part in the Children's Day pro;ram at the Kemp Memorial Methodist church are asked to meet at the church Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'cl&ck for assignments and rehearsal. . ARCADIA Mrs. Ha'rvey Hiatt. Mrs. Eliza- Vane Learning, Mrs.- Ray Hllde- brand, Mrs. Walter HalKand 'Mrs. Floyd Cunningham and Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Cannean attended the Eastern Stai; chapter at Sheridan Friday evening. MrV.Jwnej Smttb and Mrp.$ son* Cl£ve Jtave"' home *~ ,'. Mr?' ^ • Cleve .e z^unea and rnedi to .their H BREAD— KROGER 00. ter of Mrs. Dena Smith has entered business college at Kokomo for the summer course: Mrs. Effle Paul of Huntlngton is here [visiting for a few'days with her, brother Frank Flstiback: and family in' the Tetersbnrg) community. 'Mr. Fishback -j who ; .has been! quite ill with pneumonia is slowly improving. j ; Convfi SMTT &D ' Your Seed Potatoes With 4-oz, Can Treats • .to, 18 Bpshels

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