The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on June 15, 1935 · Page 2
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The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana · Page 2

Tipton, Indiana
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Saturday, June 15, 1935
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JULY JOBS. Continued from Page 1. not to provide secondary employment in Industry," Mr. Hop- kiqs explained. Secretary Ickes admitted thai unfler the rule that not more than 'Jl|l40 per person could be spent on>an average under the program, "it? is pretty hard to bring in any EobElantial projects where steel, cement and stone has to be used." The PWA administrator adikd that the reason BO few public warks projects had been approved toidate by the advisory committee on. allotments was the "low-mate- rial--;ost ruling." "If we have to make both loans and grants to cities, it is going to be very difficult for us to carry out PWA projects." he said. . Asked whether It was not true that all works progress administrators appointed to date wero Democrats, Mr. Hopkins Replied: "I don't mind dealing with politicians. I think Mayor LaGuardia is competent, for instance, and nobody could accuse him of not being a politician. I am getting men in gram." sympathy with this pro- CONCRETE STARTS. Continued from Pago 1. ry work a number of skilled workmen will be employed. LoraMahnr Is f;mployid as far as possible and this will also apply to skilled labor and mechanics. . H. 3. Hinos, construction engineer for the government is dividing Jiis time between Tipton and Alexandria, and watching the .progress of the two jobs. Alexandria also .building a poGtoffico. The federal oncinecr is in Tipton Monday, Wednesday and Friday of each week. For the next two and one-half months this corner will be a busy one and local residents will watc-i with much interest the construction of a federal building on a si:i•which within the memory of resident- today was occupied by a pioneer frame building, housing a bakery and shoe shop. NEXT WEEK Gigantic MEAT SALE ?eanut Butter 2-lb. jar, 33c miting occurred, until, 2 a. m. there were minor clashes but no serious damage was done. One of the^more menacing incidents of the evening occurred at the city jail where the arrested persons and the wounded were received. A crowd of- nearly 1,000 jeering rioters gathered and threatened to storm the jail. Police Commissioner Myers blamed a so-called "radical" element for the riots. South Omaha is a community of more than GO,000 persons who derive their livelihood chiefly from the livestock shipping and packing industry. Most o'the labor'is unionized. Last nigM's riots apparently were in sympathy with the two-months-old strike' which company officials are attempting to MEXICAN CRISIS. President of That Country Breaks With General Calles. Mexico City, June 15. — President Lazaro Cardenas summarily dismissed the cabinet today in a bold challenge to General PIu- tarco Ellas Calles, for years tho unquestioned overlord of Meyi can politics. The challenge brought swiftly to a crisis a split in the government and the dominant National Revolutionary party, disclosed 0:1 Wednesday when General Calles in a public statement, criticized General Cardenas' policies, particularly his liberality toward ambitious union labor. In Iiis blunt, direct defy to the ! man regarded as the outstanding i national political figure, Car-; fruin i HUH precipitated a situation prob- | fight with strike-breakers. The outbreak resulted Wednesday night's incident when j ably more serious potentially than! police broke uy a demonstration! a ny since the assassination 01' with tear gas..A six-moiiths-oM 11'resiclent-elect Obregon in 192S. child was overcome and taken to a. hospital. Thursday night the false report was circulated the child had died. that CHINA CALLS. THE WHITE HOUSE. Continued from Page'l. reports reaching foreign military ntelligenco officers. The railway runs from I'eiplng hrough Tientsin to Slianhaikwan and on up the r<jast to the Gulf of iaotung to Manchukno. In taking over the lines, the Japanese high command asserted hat its own telegraph and tcle- ihono lines were unable to carry he full load of communication. Railway authorities were told no', o report movements of Japanese .oldiers. of the Tien- tsin area has been about completed, and there Vas little doubt in tho minds of Chinese and foreigners that a Japanese move was Imminent in an apparent plan to demilitarize all ifirthorn China and leave it under Japanese domination. More "replacement" troops were moved into. Peiping last night. j It was learned authoritatively I that the resignations j: not only of Matias Ramos as-president of the Revolutionary party, but of tho entire party executive committee would be submitted to an emergency meeting today. Cardenas was expected to rule tho country alone over the weekend and to announce a new cabinet, loyal to him alone, Monday. For the moment Cardenas was dominant. Tho position of tho real power in Mexico—that of the army—-was not known. Hopo for a peaceful solution of the crisis lay in the united determination of leaders to head the country toward a new deal under a six-year plan of economic development. To an extent unusual in any country, ambitions have been subordinated in recent years to united effort to develop and enrich the country. The present dispute is one of fellow workers toward one goal, a dispute 'which concerns methods rather than tho end to be obtained. Mrs.* Rernle Lee Former Ekln iQirl In Hospital at Elwood. ; Happiness in the home of Mr. and Mrs] Bernie Lee of. Elwood, occasioned over the arrival of a baby son; Thursday, was turned to sorrow, the little one dying Friday morning at 7:20. Short services were held at the home, 310 South Third street in Elwood Saturday afternoon with burial in the Elwood city cemetery. The bjibe had been given the name of -Billy Edward and besides the parents is survived by. a sister, Marilyn, age five. The mother was formerly Miss Manzel Lynch, and nor condition is said to be serious, she being <il the Mercy hospital in Elwood, where tlie babe was born. Mrs. Lee is a i daughter of Mrs. Bertha Pearson,; residing near Ekin, and was borri and reared In the Ekin community. ' ; TO •' ' '• ' ; - ' ' ' ' ; - ' ' ' ' '• Merchants _ Beauty Berne to , Held at. Rita June 28. be Announcement was made Saturday that a beauty revue sponsored by a number of Tipton merchants will be hed at the Ritz theater Friday, June 28 at which time judges will jrick Miss Tipton to represent the city in a district revue. The intention is to limit the contestants to about 35 young women, but the management states there is no age limit. Given State, Job. (Dy Unltoil Press). Indianapolis, June 15.—George Evelo,' Democratic chairman of Vigo county, and Grover Garrett, Frankfort, former state police chief, became bus and truck inspectors in the Public Service Commission today. Tribune Want Ads Get Results. June 15th. Charles Miller employed with the state • highway commission at a point near Anderson -was here spending the week end with relatives. * • » . Mrs. Ebal Teter, 73, died at Marion, she being a sister of William Bitner of Tetersburg. * . * * An infant son of Mr. and Mrs. John Roush lived ,but a lew hours after birth its death occurring during the early morning. * * * Hogs took a 15c jump top iprice| corn $1.05; oats and butter 30c. 36c; eggs 17c Miss Gladys Morelqck was seriously ill at her home in Kempton with an attack of brain fever. * •:•-!". |! -' I Mayor Standerfordjj Chief of Police Louks and JotiV Gj. Swift were at White' River tryinjg their hand at fishing, j * - * • i ! Mr. and Mrs. Franjt J. Bower received word of the| arrival of their first grandchild at th|j home of Mr. and Mrs. PanJ Bower in Indianapolis. j * * * i i George Muudell, 3, feu from the arms of his sister Nornia Lee, 10, and suffered a broken; collar bone. ! i Ring memo note books, DeLuxe grade. The Tribune Press. : i tf BOARD STUDIES. Continued from Page 1. was Installed some time ago. The changes for the kitchen nor was any refurnishing to the room itself to facilitate access to pantry and stairs, further! electrification, a new refrigerator | and addition of storage s>pace uv ] extending the underground.rooms now available for the purpose. No alterations would be made elsewhere in the White House, nor was any refurnishing to be done, the President's wife said. Continued from Pago 1. attend'v meetings called by local school and state officials. School busses are to be used for the purpose of. transporting passengers to and from activities un| dor the direct 'auspices of the i schools. Permission to use buses I for other purposes must be se- I cured from the township trustee ! and the Public Service Commission of Indiana. The condition of the -bus (chassis and body) must at all times meet the appro* ul of local school and state safety officials. Any person employed as a school bus driver must drive his conveyance on tile time schedule and route stipulated by local school officials. _..,,. , ... A person employed as a school She added, however, that a "pic|, ms f]rivcr crust" table had been donated; for the Red Room by Mrs. Harold Pratt of Glen Cove, L. I., referred to by Mrs. Roosevelt as "an old and dear friend, though of another political party than my pwn." Of her personal vacation plans Mrs. Roosevelt was certain only that she would be "off the rec- tord" until after mid-August. She remarked that "until then I'll not 3>e doing anything of intere^tr^o JMjybody." With the President, she will (take part in the IJoy Scout jam- 20, and in the human welfare ftoree here Aug. mobilization for 'on Sept. 28, and she will deliver an address at a. Chautauqua meet- Ing on Aug. 23. Her activities in lie meantime will depend on the plans of her family. OMAHA HAS RIOT. -Continued from Pago 1. &t 26th and "Q" streets, at the '.-, at the viaduct, the rioters and fired three more cars f V»«t fire to the bridge. City ~aen were repulsed three times f, s tones before they could beir way to the fire and ex-, protected by 20 po- The bridge was badly ."; Six more persons were l,.when the police fired is .""ibjecl to dismis- ime for in negligence, failure to perform bis duties or for any other just cause. BAD CRASH. Continued from Pago 1. it would get over on its own side of the road before getting nea" tho truck. When he saw a collision was Imminent he swerved sharply to avoid wrecked his own the crash car. It and was stated tho loss to the truck and contents is covered by insurance. A meager description of • the Ford cur was given the. officers and slate police were notified. Deluxe ring binders and sheets to match. Tribune Into smaller groups spread throughout the '-portion of them cross- Omaha, At 16th in.the heart INVITING ARV SCIRCLH, Kempt on As a guttet of The Tipton Daily Tribune at the New KHz Theatre to witness "KKCKLESH" Explanation: This invitation is not transferable and is .good only for the party- whose name and address appear above. The party named above, accompanied by a member of his family or a friend should present this Invjtatlon at the Ritz door the same as two regular admission tickets. THB TIPTON DAILY TRIBUNB Entered an Second Clans Matter the PostofRbe, Tipton, Intl. Ramsay ft O'Banlon, Props. Establflhed J>ct 4. 1895. > ,\ pn Bat«, to J TIT e sure e name is on ne renaera v • t i ' , f • : .-':•See the Frigidaire '35 ... now on display at Ffigidaire showrooms. 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