The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on March 17, 1930 · Page 6
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The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana · Page 6

Tipton, Indiana
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Monday, March 17, 1930
Page 6
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IPAOB BHT rjIEWS EVENTS FROM OVER THE WORLD TOLD IN PICTURES RedsSied|lood mX Y. Fight Smashing Out His First Home Run For and Against 18th Amendment Babe 'Ruth, highest salaried base hull player^n ihe bijr loajni'is. smacking out .lis lirsi home run of the 1930 s^asun in a Spring 'training against the Boston-Braves. Homer wasn't enough to pull Yanks out of defeat. Babe's homer followed signing of $1150,000 contract. i Inlei national Newsreel* Nation's Tribute at Taft Funeral Knives and sheafs swung I jft and right as "right" and "left" wimred furriers clashed! in" a pitcKfcd battle on the sidewalks of New York. The->p.icture s-hivs two vijtim's of the fight, one lying prone with possible skull fficture anij another stabbed in the thigh. (Upper) : Police assist on of the i any persons wounded in the fight to an ambulance. i I \- KRS. JESSE/ V NICHOVSOT KR&THOS.A-EDISOM KRS. CHAJ5T/CS H SAE.INT. Their defense of prohibition brought the organized dry foices of the nation again before the House Judiciary Committee with statements from several well-known people, throughout the United States. While 1 many of-the nation's prominent women are in favor of enforcement of the 18th Amendment, many are also straining every effort for its repeal-' Above is pictured Mrs. Sabln and Mrs. Norton, noted political and social leaders, who denounce the prohibitioa act as a failure, while other prominent women, such as Mrs. Henry Ford, Mrs. Edison, Mrs. Nicholson, Mrs. j Ruth Bryan Owen, are firm in their assertions that dry . law aids business and morals. 1 Cfaautemps IjreirJer^of France f|*r One;jDay Oregon Committeeman . Acts in Huston's Post The flag-draped casket. containing the body of the late former President and Chief Justice William Howard Taft being borne to the flower- banked grave in Arlington National Cemetery, Washington, D. C, where thousands paid silent tribute as the casket was lowered to its last resting place. Three salvos were fired. over the grave' after which a bugler sounded taps. Standard OH Heir Skilled Climber Grid Pro in Harness Again Flames; Destroy Ferry Terminal ;M. Camille Chautfmps lea-vug the Elysee Palace af;;^r being >.-called upon | by President Gastori i Dou- mergue to form:: a new prench Cabinet, following; the fall ijf the Tardieu Government. Chaiiiemps' Premiership :was <L s short deration 4 arid lie resigned fcie post ofSe day ilater. !•' • li <lnt<: National NOjrsreel) Police Si Iph Williams, of Oregon, vire- cnairman of the Republican National Cpmmittee, will be in charge at the Republican headquarters; Washington, until November, when the Congressional elections will be held. After the Congressional elections it is thought there may be a new chairman. ' (international Kewsreet) Boston Reds Firemen Dattling the naming W eeh.iwken Ferry terminal in New York City. Fire, fanned by a high wind from the upeD river, completely de- J stroyed the structure. Ferry traffic, handling • hundreds of New Jersey commuters, had to be rerouted to a distanrrtetminal. causing hours' delay. Nelson A. Rockefeller, youngest son of John X>. Rockefeller, Jr., pictured in the outfit he used when, with a group of fellow students of Dartmouth College, Hanover, N. H., he climbed to thg sumnjit of Mount.Wastjngtoh.^ * = irilrre to the healing sunshine and , breezes of Miami Beach, Fla... Knute Kockne, famous Notre Dame coach, hurls his crotches away and says- he is completely cured of the ailment which has troubled him since last year's football season. Knute is gomjg back North to take charge of the Spring football training at Notro Dame and says he is feeling as sound and vigorous as he did in his own college days. . Qu­ asi Net Tightens Round Irene Schroeder

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