The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on March 21, 1930 · Page 6
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The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana · Page 6

Tipton, Indiana
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Friday, March 21, 1930
Page 6
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ft MOB nz NEWS EVENTS FROM OVER THE WORLD TOED America n Matador Hurt inKing Russian Ace Escapes in Plane Crash Gandhi Opens Drive for Self-Rule Sydney Franklin, /jnerica's only bull fighter, of Brooklyn, N. Y., toet his match in a" bull. He was .carried unconscious from the 1 arena at Madrid. Spain. Standing by their hero in his defeat, the excited crowd cheered wildly as Franklin was carried out. His condition is not reported serious. (International Newsrwl; Youth arid Age— Roth Champs '(Left to right) lira, Dorothy C Hard, oldest wonWs golf champion, with Hel«n Hicks, the youngest women's champion, before their benefit exhibition match on the Kirkwood green at Camden, IS. C Kiss Hicks oatdrove\her opponent every time, but the steady iron shot of Mrs. turd won the match for her, 2 up with a score •f 79-81. : <UW»tl«—I MmraW. Rift in Women's Party,., Champion Sculler and Hu Mermaid Bride The wreckage of the' big Sikorsky plane in which f cut shore line, Sergievsky brought the flaming Boris. Sergievsky (inset), former Russian ace, narrowly escaped death when it burst into .flames, while he was attempting to set a new. speed record. Flying at a low altitude along tlfe Connecti- plune down into the' water and dived overboard. He was picked up immediately by officials of the Sikorsky Company, who were watching the speed trials. < International Newsreeli Senate Hears Unemployment Facts The Senate Conference Committee that heard unemployment facts at opening of its hearings on labor - legislations, with their first witness. (Seated, left to right) Senators Vandenburg, Couzens, Johnson and Nye. (Back row) Senator •f Wagner, N. Y., and Professor Benjamin Squires, professor of economics of the University ef Chicago, who stated facts about unemployment in the State ef Illinois. . ICWnTWl} Seeks to Lower the World's Speed Record Dope Shipment Held in New York •v aplendia portrait ot Raye; Don. 5n£h.;h dr:ver, who v.-ill .Jm th« newlv designed "Silver Bullet"| a: i nciv laud speeii record should preliminary test !prove satisfac- sory at; Daytona,; 71a. The au, .omof-'ile .is extremely long| .inc imbo lies many hew principles. I; s steered by a rifle sight and air' plane rudders are; used to keep it on its coarse. The trunk full of dope which smugglers attempted to' ship into the United States with the baggage oi Sir Duncan Orr- Lewis, noted English peer, being examined by V,. S. Attorney Tut- tlel The trunk arrived on rhe S. \S. Majestic with Sir Duncan's other baggage, but he refused to claim it and turned it oyer to the customs • authorities. '•• who discovered thai it was . packed with: I drugs. S--JP \ViUipique, 19, It 'riead.fCleo W" " ' jatitecity jail. WtaiadeBi S. C« tea, IS. \Misa mad Low VOttpiam «i» 1 AT pmct? IH THE GREAT JUMMA MOSQUE, DtxHr. Mahatma Gandhi, Indian leader and mystic, led his pioneer band of volunteers out of his quarters at Ahmadabad a few days ago and started his march to the Gulf of Cambay, opening his cam- u- • I paign of civil disobedience to the Indian Government. Gandhi's followers have reached a colossal figure: One of his ablest disciples is Miss Madeline Slade, daughter of a British admiral. • tlauraatlmal Ni,«wf Girl Pilot Holds 3 Records at 18 > _ FLYING UNDER MANHATTAN ©RIDGE. Htaor Smith is the holder of three world's flyfagf. air wer^Roosevdt Field, L. records—and she is only eighteen. In a few days she is going to take tests for a commercial .pilot's license - and when she passes she will be qualified to compete with men in every branch of aviation. She was only eight years old when she took her first air ride, and made her first solo flight'four years ago. On January 13, 1929 she stayed in the VTTH KOTHES AFTER ENDUfiANK iXCORO. _ L, thirteen hoars April, 1929 she set an endurance mark of 26 hours 21 minutes and 32 secords. Within a few days tht records will credit to Hiss Smith an altitude record of around five miles. The barograph which sht carried' to. something between 30,000 and 32,00( feet is being celebrated. (Intaraattenal Nmz—I Primed for Flop-Off to Buenos Aires Althongfa , , . , „ proclaimed OsddeiTo/ Beauty It;,.. Onew 'M mm ilei-te'JCkrreisBA after

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