The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on March 15, 1930 · Page 6
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The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana · Page 6

Tipton, Indiana
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Saturday, March 15, 1930
Page 6
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PAGB BtS VS EVENTS ed In Buffalo Tragedy FROM Ghastly OVER TH Tales Have Brought E WORLD TOLD IN PICTURES Probe "Red" Thursday in Manhattan Henri <Marchari3, weli-kii -Vwn artist, and his daughter, with the dog which •fratphedjbver the jiody of Mrs. Marchand after the latter had been beaten tq death -wfth a hammer. "Princess Lila" Jimerson, said to be the! last of t:ie Indian princesses, and an aged squaw, •Nancy Bowen.j, accuse eijch other of the crime. The Indian girl is said to have;±>een enarViored of the white man, to whom she has written a pleading lette? from her jail cell asking for^ his help. "Pupils"! of the Connecticut School for Boys at Meriden.l Conn., report tales of alleged brutality and abuse upon the inmates t .nai overthrow anything told in fiction by Dickens. (upper left) General view ot the Connecticut school, which has come unuer Suiie scrutiny, wheie Big (International Newsrcell tales of horror have been unfolded. (Lower! Group of boys at the school now under (ire. (Right) John Smoarski, who was summoned behind closed doors to tell the investigating committee what he knows of the reported scourging 01 boys at the school. (International NiwurMi: Eour of the New York Yankees Peggy Stars- in Newark Nuptial Ac! Filipino Rebel Smiles at Former U. S. Enemies The attractive miss with ts-te telephone is Peggy Udell, v;ho, at Newark, N. J., lecame tlA bride of Peter Michola. one [if the Michon Brothers, noted vaudeville team. The h;is temporarily retired :frejn tht' fool- light*. • £ (Internationa! tv ?WEreell General Emilio Aguinaldo, once the fiery leader of the Filipino rebellion against the United States, finds tranquillity and friendship for his f ormer enemies as the years pass by. General Aguinaldo recently traveled to the United States on an army transport for the pur- oose of visiting his former enemies. - (International XewcroelJ' Again S ^ars to Record When Colonel Jacob Ruppert, owner of the New York Yankees, arrived at St. Petersburg, Pla., to talk terra's with Babe Ruth, he completed a quartette of [baseball /igures probably never before squalled m one picture. ' They are (above, left to right) George Herman Ruth, greatest box-office attraction baseball has ever known; Colonel Ruppert, generous owner of the New York'Yankees, in some respects the most remarkable ball club ever seen; Bob Shawkey, one-time champion pitcher of the Yankees, who is now manager of the former world's champions, and Lou Gehrig, who, were it not for the Babe, would today be crowned the greatest hitter in the big leagues. The Babe agreed to sign a contract calling for |80,000 a year for two years, ending a longstanding controversy. I International NAwcr»*» Intends to Break Alt Speed Records 4 * dfci Saattve frjrwfraB Frtepott, L. I., bein» welcomed i «j 1 kc# Mat' ta after the ariatrix had-shattered the \mii' moid j )j asrtnsinr e!mt 10,00© feet in en •fct iltbe eaeijW holograph sealed in the plane before •W'lseltsaretftlsma^iataty to an official obeerrer for At jeaaaHr^ein rlntf ni; and ia to be examined be* (wHwWMpMi ajticialk/. ,~ Mr. Kaye Don, English' racing expert, at the wheel of his new "Silver Bulle^," in which he hopes to iireak all land speed records at Daytona Beach,-.Fhv••.'• Notice the.head rest and windbreaker and- the rifle... sight- with which he wiU^iatoer'theScaV.;;:' 'Of speciel t interest are^the A disorderly Communist after his .capture' by police and plainclothes men. who wielded their nightsticks to tame participants in the annual "Red Thursday" demonstration at Union Square, New York City. Tnis picture show3 how Police Commissioner Grover Whalen dressed his policemen in sheepskin coats and soft gray caps, as both a disguise and distinguishing mark when clubs were brought to play. (International Newareell French Vineyards Rnined by Flood The partly submerged village of.Languedoc during the recent disastrous flood which resulted from the collapse of the great Tarn River dam and swept over the Toulouse region, taking a toll of- 172 lives and causing great property damage. The heart of France's richest vineyard district was completely wiped out by the flood waters, which covered thousands of acres and washed away the foundations of homes. (International NewBr*»*l' GETS HEAR? BALM. l>eprese£U U. S. at Young Widow Held , Prague Prison Congress On Hold-Up Charge Mrs: Charles D. Gibbons has'been awarded .5500,000 'heart', balm against • Mrs. Blanche Powell, wealthy Westchester. N. Y.. society woman. Mrs. Gibbon? charged that the latter had alienated the affections of her husband. The award is said to be the largest on record.' ~7 - :W. Prank Penn, superintendent of the Pennsylvania Training School at Morganza, is one of the twelve delegates appointed by President Hoover to attend the meeting of the International Prison Congress at • The Prague,. Czechoslovakia. (International Ne-wareart Mrs. Elsie Sheetz, 20, a widow, who, with nine men, was arrested at Pittsburgh recently following the hold-up of a club. According to police, Mrs. Sheetz has con- a* fessed and the group is believed /r&- responsible for thirty or forty ( other robberies in that city. / (International NewaraaO * Last -Clue to Fate of Carl Ben Eielson rudders at the end of the car showing the influence of aviation .on present day .ground vehicles. The Union Jack is shown on one'rud-' der while the American flag is painted on the other. . • .• . .!• (international NSWSTM'M The endpof an epic in heroism is clearly defined L above as it Is pictured how the wrecked Eielson plane appeared to the first tearehers. It-was almost. covered with* Winter snows and parts of • the plane wart seattered aO arooad. The can be teeB ia the foraaraaad, wafle the brokea .wing sticks eat of a ^ mi

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