The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on March 22, 1930 · Page 6
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The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana · Page 6

Tipton, Indiana
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Saturday, March 22, 1930
Page 6
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NEWS EVENTS FROM OVER THE WORLD TOLD IN PICTURES Fifteen Hurl in Wreck Crowds examining the wreckage of the Creole, Illinois Cem-i-p 1 . Railroad Irani, 'derailed- at Bates- ille. Miss., on its way from Chicago to Xew Orleans.- Fit'lesn persons were'Injured.—International •) ihi =.t rat od News [photo. IT V . Terrible Disaster Averted I- Prime Minimer' Kajinsay MacDon- aid was advised byCommander J M. Kenworthy. prominent member of the Labor jParty. in the House of Commons.; "to close up 1 ' the London Nava! Conference. Kenworthy said _ the: conference is a terrible failure an<3 that it would &e better to close up indefinitely. i v <lntem; : tlonal N«trs2-«at.) i - • I; Rift in Ranks Looms In Woman's PaKy A view of the. wreck on the Northwestern ftoad at Arlington Heights, a few miles out of Chicago. Both engines were smashed into shapeless piles of junk. Piled over twenty feet high, one coaoa seen in picture hurdled over the engine and only the fact that the cars on both trains were steel prevented, perhaps, one of the most awful disasters in the annate of American railroad history. On Trial in "Ouija" Murder iSf * Lila Jimerson,. Senc-ca Indian princess, conferring with her attorney, John S. Knibloe, in court at Buffalo, N. Y-., during the selection of jurors. The Indian woman is on (rial for murder in connection with the -laying of Mrs. Clothilde Marchand. Henri Marchand, husband of the slain woman is held as a material witness, (Isurutlgul Nnmtli Dr. Emma Wold, nijted feminist, whose selection by the State lie- partnient at Washington as a_"irm- spr of the Americanildeieiration to toe International law Codification Conference at The Hague ha? K > upset another-wing of the Woman's Party that -vanted Doris Stevens to go'that jvholesalc retaliations are promised for May 1 <Intern;*; r ioual rc.-wsr,-,-' Scarf ace Al Cupone Quits Penitentiary Years (lid i factions other in I the, polict are aria lioth. The ob faction to the life , which Us forces fNttet with their TUliMMmd his mi i Una to ntora iwA'tHnihr^n Chicago American League to Giants 1 Asks iNavyto Tell Why Williams ^iiit Batting pose of Johnny Mostil, 'former American League outfielder, who is now playing with the New York Giants at $an Antonio, Texas. (International Syewsreell .PM ?JE BUILT FOE SrHNEIDeR CUP RACE, :.- N'.ivul Affair;: Ca.;,...i.---.- .-uiToundi:ig the c- u! Lieutenant All'crd let. particularly us to ori -ed «ui by ndi'iUir-U CM. v.-;>^ :,vopo^f-Q in & resolution introaucea oy Senator Tyding.-", of .Maryland, a member of the committee. Many see a similarity in the resignation of "Al" Williams and that of Colonel WUliam E. .Mitchell, which ' aroused so much comment some time ago. Scarfaee Eludes "Welcomers'' Workman m the bows of the new "Shamrock V." work on which is now being rushed to completion at Gosport, England. In this stout craft Sir Thomas Lipton (inset) will make his fifth attempt to win the America's Cup, which has been in possession of the United States ever since 1851. (International N«wsr«el] Max ee-os 111 g^'TSO-S-lTTITlO' a. ^JL^liy Josephus Daniels, a veteran prohi- . bitionist, whose order as Secretary of the Navy made the navy dry, charged that the Federal Government itself, and particularly some departments of : the government, have failed to use the power they possess to enforce prohibition. Paniels appeared as one of the dry 01P"j}Y5 witnesses^ before the House JodJc- ,<J1L iary Committee,.which is <uasidsr- ,s( *odiA*aiienJh*rU&tlon. While a matcn Detween Jack SharKey ana tne European neavy- weight champion is still in the offing, the latter is taking no chances of being out of condition should the bout be arranged. Max Schmeling is shown working on the punching bag to gain speed and accuracy ai Berlin, Germany. His meeting with Sharkey for the world title may take place late this Summer. t Interna MITIH' v»wsr*«l Declines Post in i D. C Supreme Court Miss Gladys Pyie, the first woman elected 10 die State Legislature of South Dakota and now serving her second term as Secretary of State, has announced her candidacy for the Republican nomination for Governor in the May primaries Four men are already in the field.- , . i International Nowsr'vell ' FRED DAME, "Scarfaee" AI Capone, .- 31-year-old gangster chief, on whose shoulders fell the mantle of leader of the underworld after the St. Valentine's Day massacre in Chicago, releasi'd from the Eastern State Penitentiary of Pennsylvania a few day.- ago, fully dodged the police of Chicago and rival gangsters. Above illustration pictures the youthful king of the underworld, with his predem-s- sor on the gangster throne, "Bugs" Moran. (Centerl The arsenal, of Fred Dane, alias Burke, seized in a sumptuous home a f< w months ago, who is alleged to have played an important part .n the St. Valentine's Day massacre. Dane is wanted in several States for muTder. but has successfully eluded capture. <!ucernattopal Smwsr**t. Named' to Head Chase World's Biggest Bank jfi Professor Philip Fox, chief, of the Adier Pianetar um at Chica-' 'AfjmUfiiMBiiit* go, using an astrolabe, an instru nlent to tell latitude, longitude 0«yMMiOM>lf nnd the time of day from the sun, which was made in England in tm- t ^rMMit $*f(' the. year 1500 and is still workab ie. It has been acquired for the Jt •mmi0§mii\'kfi collection of astronomical and n avigational insUument| of the ymn^m™'" " planstarium,— International IHns trated News photo. W! neii Fire Rav age d Air Field Rockefeller, .Winthrop W. .aw of John , •.:id presidc-ut of the Eo.uitab.le Trust Companv.- will, become president of the Chase National Bank, .vhich todav is expectea to becom? he largest in the world. The Chase Mr.tional rtanlt will merge with the Equitable Trust Co'pany and the ntorstate Trust Company. The resources of theses institutions: wii!, Mtal^mori-'-.-thaiiftWiSOOiOOO.OOC,;. IUitrai(i»B»i XMSfStl) """Me"'"""""" "" The: rains of of ths^ $100,000 fin i^^il^m^Ji^^^m^ I Saran tios to

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