The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on June 14, 1935 · Page 2
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The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana · Page 2

Tipton, Indiana
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Friday, June 14, 1935
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p^flS?p^^ *:!:^^?^';^^ ' • ' " ' •' '' ,*UO» TWO ii r j&tBttttM QIANT AMERICAN. Continued from Paee 1. Sand bland for several days while MnilcK makes exploratory flights In theirea, mapping weather con- dlUoni, meteorological data, and landing •possibilities. Th* flight from California to Honolulu—the - second for the giant ^four-motored plane and its crew of six—was uneventful. Although no effort was made to set a record, the crew slipped hours-. Si minutes of their takeoff. During the flight they deviated from their course In search of year, thus splitting the costs' of the library In two years instead of baring it all come at once.. If any action is taken In the matter in this county it will have to be within the next two weeks as the petitions must be in the hands of the trustees* or school boards by July let. Babies Burled. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Crumbaugh southeast of Tiipton were 43 minutes from their former among those attending the brief time "by landing here within 17 funeral services Thursday morn- African in Open ing at Windfall for their twin grandsons, born-Wednesday afternoon to Mr. and Mrs. Henry Ren- cyclone. They flew 200 miles in! fro of Anderson. a so-called "soft spot" over the ocean, testing the plane's performance under unfavorable conditions. MUSSOLINI RESENTS. Continued from Page 1. the Italian people'in their leader just when they were about to em-j bark hi a difficult venture ID Africa on which their future might j depend- I It was admitted that many newspapers In the United States and cUcwherc- printed things about j Premier Mussolini that were con- tld r -red here to have been even ir.orr unjustified than The Times editorial. It was explained, however, that they wen? newspapers • of less importance and that the j Italian government could not re- j main Insensible to what newspa-j The babies lived only a few hours after birth. Surviving besides the parents and grandparen'i are five brothers and sisters, Paul Sible, Joyce Ann; Donald, and Myron. Burial took ^.pldtfe Thursday morning in the Brookside cemetery at Windfall. IJnby's -''uneral. Several Tipton residents were I In Atlanta Wednesday where they 'attended short services conducted j for'little Thelma Marline Phifer, baby daughter born to' Mr. and Mrs. Claude Ph'*er of that place one week ago. The child weighed only 1 Vi pounds, and was able to survive only fife day*. Mrs. Phifer is r»- ported to be getting along as well as possible. that shape nillPd States and | Drntist . s Xuwe . .. Doctor . u O Sid Brews Sid Brews, champion golfer of South Africa, third favorite in the U. S. National Open tournament at the Oakmont coQrae, Pittsburgh, Pa., is considered the only foreign threat to the U. S. title. HEARINGS START MONDAY. Hoard of Review Kndiug Second Week of Their Session. world public opinion write about ; (ook y()u a loug Umc (Q pnl , that Italian aflaiis. No tlin.- limit was placed on the ban on The Times. last man's tooth." Dentist: "Yes, confound him' He married .tho girl I was In love with." FREE TEXT BOOKS. T\VO KILLED IN CRASH. Continued trom Paso 1. I,,; the rounirtd fifty-one percent j JM „.,„„, ,,;,„, „„,, I>I1SSC11B . cr Die iii Accident. Mishawaka, June 14.—An In' j experienced young pilot and his ! youthful passenger were killed I instantly today when their air- i plane crashed "n a wheat field ; three miles east of here. u! the vmers, is lir^t checked! u?ainsl til" re«i,--tnitidii lists by| the 'tfu.-:l'''.-. ur school board to! v.-biMi i'. i.s pre.-i-nK-d and if found tu be r<-iru!ar calls for the ^ut.llsl,in R of a school library. !„ the county «-hc, U l.s the system ha, been employed hereto water or loss extent fr, r several j The victims were cljfford Ort> .»arn. Hooks are provided and rc-| lc _ thc p ., ot an( , Caro , Hninl , ton , |JS both Q£ &m ^ Bent Oj ., ^ '^^ at g South Bcnd . h|gh ^^ made his first golo |fljglit here several weekg a!?o Ki( . har(J Rep . , s _ a mechanic at follows th~ .same plan. The Planj the loea] ainp(/rt was , lle onlj hualho been in use to some ex- (w ,, nesB of (1 , 0 accident . tent in the Tipton schools for sev- j f , , " THRKK talned in the schools, some of | them having been in use- for .sev-, oral >v,ar«. The pupil is held re- npon.ible for damage ,, r KIM of | the book loaned anil the new law! I Deputies Kirod In Group of Pickets at Stover Plant Strike-. , As the new law works every taxpayer of the county would pay it ohare of the cast of the text books used in the school and unmarried and childless persons j ,riv l;m,«j would assist those who do have; .Freeport, 111., June 14. — children in sharing the cost of. Three men wee slightly injured books. I today In the fn :-weeks-old Stover The new law provides that Manufacturing Company strike when first established the school > here when deputies fired 30 tear library shall consist of books to ! gas bombs into a crowd of pick- be loanded up and including the.cts. fifth Krad<; and the free books forj The injured were Charles thc .sixth, seventh and eighth Reedy, 55, Jac*i Groves, 25, and grades can be added the next O. Brunner. 3a. A<rE COSTS ONLY I 5c OR 6< U DAY TO OPERATE Loo eta ttre more money with ~ ' " Electric-it aieVlen JU longer. 1-ia-fteel mechahum carriei Performance Protection ' ll • year. Gf»ei yon re- Art Aft it equivalent to . of ice for approximately " of electric current. > Geoenl Electric model* tfeonl—all modern con- ftfttottt, ofccvne. The Tipton county board of review is ending the second week of its four-weeks session and on Monday of next week will begin hearing personal grievancps, if there are any, from taxpayers. Frank M. Lucas, new member of the board, who started Monday is proving a valuable aid to the other members and they have been making good headway. Nothing but personal properly and improvements are being considered at this time, no -changes being made in real estate, except where ommissions are shown. The board in checking the entire assessment of the county, has made changes which total several thousands of dollars, some of them up and some down, and a few ommissions have been put on the duplicate. ( Prairie township will he heard Monday; Jefferson, Tuesday; Liberty, Wednesday; Prairie, Thursday; Madison, Friday, and Cicero, Saturday; of next week. The residents of the city of Tipton will have their Inning on Monday. June 24th. KXC-AVATIXH FOR KASKMKNT. Big Steam Shovel Scooping Out For I'ostofficc B:iM*mrnf. Although rain stopped proceedings for a time Friday much dirt was moved at the postofllce sit? Friday by the big steam shovel which is excavating for the basement of Tipton's new postofiice. The dirt removed is being piled at the rear of the lot and on the sides as the ground will be graded some distance above the sidewalk line. The shovel is working In yellow clay and the shower of rain softened this so that the bis shovel was enabled to dig in without difficulty. The work is offering entertainment for a number of persons who stand about the lot watching operations. CARRIERS AUXILIARY. Momlwr.s of Tipton-Elwood Or- Knnlziition Met nt Tipton Park. The Auxiliary of. the. Letter Carriers Association of Tipton and Elwood met at the Tipton Park Thursday evening with a good attendance of members and several, guests and- enjoyed a pitchln sapper for the members and their families. Following the splendid meal the park amusements were enjoyed by the party and the auxiliary hold a short business session. The next meeting will be at Elwood. BELIEVED MURDERED. Bofly of, Wealthy Kcclnse. Found In Home A'car Petersburg. ' (By United rn>*i). Petersburg, June 14. — Roy Willis, 51, wealthy recluse, wan found dead, a bullet wound In tlit: back of bis bead, at his lionu; three miles southwest of hero today. -' '•-.': Authorities believed he had been slain by robbers. Willis, a bachelor,. was reported to have hiije sums of money .with C*ifcu?i _ Guerilla Forces Attempt to Divert Japan's Attention From Chahar. THE JAPS ARE READY Will Take New and Large Section of China Under Their Cntrol. Tientsin, June 14. — Chinese guerillas were reported to have risen in Manchukuo today os Japan massed troops along the once impregnable great wall for the culminating stage of a plan for domination of North China. The guerillas, loosely organized volunteers, were reported engaged in a desperate sally to divert attention of the Japanese army in Manchukuo, to the north. Reliable Information fro ni Shanghai was that Japan had 8,500 men available for action at any moment. Belief that Chahar province would be the scene of the next Japanese move grew when Japanese scpokesmen began to r:n- phasizo the seriousness of an incident June 5 when four Japanese were arrested in the area. In Munchukuo, tho guerillas appeared yesterday In strength at Chientii. attacked Japanese polieo and plundered pro - Japanese townspeople. Foreign observers b e 1 i n v o Japan will establish — and really has already almost established — a demilitarized zone that will lo;> off most of the great C'hihli area from China proper. . It was indicated no Chinese government soldiers are to I;-; permitted in the large area northeast of a line drawn from the Gulf of Chihli, on the coast, northwestward through Tientsin. Peiping and Kalgan toward far in Mongolia. The zone would include Tient- sin, Peiping and Kalgan. the three important cities of the north, and the railway system which links these three cities with the coas:. Further northwestward :t would enibrace the Urga highway, the main trade route into Mongolia, as far as desired. Thus Japan not only would exercise political and military control of a largo new area but would be in position to control trade. Tientsin is the main outlet for an enormous range of territory in northern China and inner Mongolia. The Tientsin zone will be completely demilitarized by tomorrow. Reported Aceldrnt. Leo Clark, residing southeast of Tipton, phoned Sheriff Cardwell Thursday night that he had been in an accident east of Tipton on state road 2S, in which his car was slightly damaged, but no one was hurt. According to the report a car passed the Clark machine, and struck the front end doing som« damage. The driver of the car did not stop but tho license number was secured, it being issued to a resident of Hamilton county. Tonsil Operation. Mr. and Mrs,-Sam Mettlln were at Elwood Friday visiting with their grandson', Robert Mettlln, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mettlln. who underwent a tonsil operation at the Mercy hospital Thursday. Latest reports from the home stated the little lad came through the operation In A splendid manner and Is'getting along very nicely. IH •SATURDAY! WHILE 150 LAST! 14-qt. ENAMELED DISH PANS Heavy large gray enamel [pans; none sold to children. Hurry! REAL SILK HOSE Slightly irregular of the reg- C A ular I deluxe quality, pair .. — vUC ON SALE 6 P. M. SATURDAY! 18x30-INCH RAG RUGS Hit and miss patterns, crowfoot borders and fringed ends; limit 3 . ! MEN'S $1.19 SLACKS White and striped, extra good value 98c 5c ON SALE 2 P. M. SATURDAY! 42x36 HEMMED PILLOW CASES Fully bleached, firmly woven; limit 4 to a customer Men's Wash Ties Men's Summer Cans, 19c QUALITY WHITE SHOE VALUES FOB WOMEN Anniversary Sale Priced The pick of tho new styles for summer. Oxfords, Punips, Kids, Linens and Other Xew Styles Men's Patterned Dress Sox Reinforced- Foot Checked ami striped patterns on brown rj 1 / and gray mixtures/ /2C Child's Colorful Anklets 9c to 15c Values Plain colors and fancy .stiipcd patterns; p.iKorned cuffs Men's Athletic Shirts or Shorts Real 19c Value Fast color patterned shorts with clastic inserts at sides; sizes to 41i SUMMER STYLE HITS . ., AND LOOK AT THE LOW ANNIVERSARY SALE PRICES! Men's Higher Priced Suits $8.95 Pleat patch pocket, light cocoa worsted, form fitting back! Finely tailored! Celanese lining throughout. The Last Word in Fine Style and Quality Suits New Styles! New Fabrics! Fine Tailored!A group we're proud to offer at such a low price; never before ;such fine materials, such good tailoring, *| M such smart patterns and If* colors at so low a sale price. * " * Compare Quality! Men's Soil STRAWS Compare Price! Good Quality Sailors $1.49 Black and Striped Bands— MEN'S WHITE OXFORDS Lowest Prices of the Yi-sir $1.89 Wing Tip and Punts Crrjtse;' Also Other Now Styles. Men's Black Oxfords Doctors in Convention Hear of a Remarkable New Discovery. TRIED i ON HUMANS Atlantic;City, N. J.. June 14.-r- Dlscovcry of ' gland extract which may produce a race '•'of "supermen" wasj reported this week as 12.000 physicians of the United States and Canada met fpr a joint convention' of the American and' Canadian Medical Associations.! A colony of squeaking white rats in tiny cages' demonstrated to the gathering scientists a development; of \thymus gland extract, from the sweetbreads of calves, which speed growth- and maturity to an unprecedented degree. The extract is being tried on humans. . '. i Laojnard'iG. >: Rowntree ofc Philadelphia Institute 'of''Medical Research knd the Philadelphia General hospital; directing the pertinents, reported . that ted ullth ' tfte 1 fte rats' of their species. Rats in his cages have attained six days after birth the physical and .mental development of other rats at the end of 72 days. Their eyes opened in 36 hours, contrasted with the normal period of 16 days, and they reached maturity In four days. Tho first generation of animals that Dr. Rowntree treated with the extract is 27 months old. equivalent to 75 years in human life. Rats normally live about 24 months. Dr. Rowntree refused to comment on the possible effect of administration of thymus extract to his human "guinea pigs." Tho experiment has not progressed to a point where conclusions can be drawn, he said. Dr. Martin G. Vorhaus of New York, reported successful treatment of 92 of 100 neuritis sufferers by oral administration of a newly isolated crystalline fprm of vitamin B-l, the "nerve" vitamin. The crystal is so potent that a granule the size of a pinhead ,s equal in vltlmin content to 100 cakes of yeast. The cancer preventatlve, developed by Dr. J. R. Davison of Winnipeg, Ont., is a high concentration in diet of vitamin E, found particularly in the wheat germ. 4 In experiments reported Dr. Da- vfson applied a cancer Irritant to twelve white mice. 'Six of the rodents were feoV a diet High In vK amln B, tne ot'ner. six normally. 12 Years Ago June 14th. The County Red Cross Nurse accompanied. Miss Flora Gappins to Rockville to enter the state institution. James Booher was advertising for a lost Illinois watch somewhere on the streets. lost Card of Thanks. The police department issued a statement and order forbidding the sale uf fireworks prior to July 2nd. * * « Workmen were erecting a new garage for Harry Benson at the rear of his North Main street residence. * * * ' Funeral services for James Ogle, civil war veteran 1 •were- 'n-ld at thc Box ley Methodist churc-i . * • ' * Vern Horton was seeking the] owner of a young heifer which had come to his premises. - .* * * Several Tipton" people, were at Elwood attending the funeral of Miss Jane Diamond, sister of Mrs. Glen Rhoades of Tipton, which were held at' the St. Catholic church, j' We wish to L-xpross our sinc---ro thanks and appreciation, to^ our kind friends and neigbors for their generfous assistance dui'inj; tho illness and after the death of oiif beloved father :uub brotti'T, Joseph Smock. HspeciiUly are wo grateful to the Cupher & !VM< r funeral directors, the -minister. Rev. Polly Couch Hiiwman, tbo singers, -fohii Hatznc-r' and Jlrs. Ray Henderson, and all who' »-x- pressad' their love and .sympathy with the beautiful floral, tributes. —His Children: Mr. and' Mri. William Vanncss. F. H.-NuU, former county clerk. was here from Windfall Friday attending to business matters and greeting Jlrlends at the court" INVITING U •; OMA MOTT, Kcmpton- &a a guest of The' Tipton Dally Tribune at the Now'RIU Theatre to witness i "MAKK OF THK V.VMli'lKB" Explanation: This Invitation la not transferable and is good only for the party whose name; and;' address appear above. Trie party named above, accompanied by a member of his family or a friend should present this Invltatlou at the Rltz door the same as two regular- admission tickets. j THE TIPTON DAILY TRIBUNH Entered aa Second Claiui Matter at the PoatoflVce. Ttpton, Ind. Ramsay &_ p'Banlon, Prope. ' EstabUahod Oct. 4. 1»S. i Subscription Rates. One year, l&'itate ...... ||.....||S.M Six months,; in atate One <*«•;; months, tn atata U "irth^'iB); : at«iui^...M JU1..0UUH J.04

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