The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on March 24, 1930 · Page 6
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The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana · Page 6

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MOI m i i NEWS EVENTS FROM OVER THE WORLD TOLD IN PICTURES Soviet! March to Atheism $400,000Fire Sweeps Ten: **ssee City | Achieves His Goal— Vicar of Vice Firemen looking for victims in j the ruins of • Four persons perished m the flames and propeity ... : buildings at Knoxville. Tenn.,-after one of the damage was 8400,000. The fire started from an *• I greatest fires the city has ever experienced. explosion caused by leaking gat; (International Newsnael) £ Wins Scholastic Award Seeks Seat in Senate In Barnard College Frora Oklahoma Some of the ten thousand Russian children carrying anti-religious banners as they matched in a grand demonstration against the foes of the Soviet camjijaign against religion. The first banner says, "Long live industrialization! Keystone of Socialism and the bulwark of the Soviet Union." Other banners upheld the Soviet' stand against rclig:;n. . (IiiternatlQtiiil NV-.vsreeU As Gentleman Jim Did It George P. Edmonds,* 25, son of Mr. and Mrs.. Frank Edmonds, of Dorchester, Mass., will wed Miss • Natalie Wilson duPont, one of the richest young ladies in the world. Miss duPont is the daughter of Lament duPone, president of E. I. duPont de Nemours & Co., of Wilmington, Delaware. ilnternaUonal Newaraan Miss Celeste Jedel, junior student of Barnard College. N. Y., won the Geneva scholarship, the highest scholastic award bestowable by .the college.. .It entitles the 16- year-okl New York girl to two months' study this coming Summer at the Geneva School of International Relations in Geneva, Switzerland. Charles J. Wrrghtsman, of Tulsa, Oklahoma, is a candidate for the Democratic nomination to the United States Senate. He is an independent oil producer, former member of Territorial Legislature and head of the Board of Regents of Oklahoma University. He is endorsed by the Farmer-Laier organizations of his State. (Interna tlabal Nowareell "Gentleman Jim" -Corbett, the grand old gentleman of the ring, and former world's heavyweight champion, teaching a. few pointers to Henry Lamar. Corbett is demonstrating how the modern boxers receive all the shc-irk of a right hand punch by blocking it with their •wn right glove bisld too close to their heads. Hailed Keystone Stated Queen Daadnga Welcome to Spring Colonel Gustavo G. Leon, foremost Mexican aviator, is conducting a series of tests in Mexico City, which will culminate in an attempt to reach Paris on a route from .Mexico City to New York, over the Lindbergh route from New York to Paris. Leon plans to use a single-motored biplane for his flight. flntanatlenal Newman Miss Catherine Flood was chosen by. Pennsylvania vacationers to represent the Keystone State as queen in the coming Festival of States. She will compete with beauties of other States. . ' " • . f IntarDaiJnnnJ N»WBr««n An interior view of'the "wildcat" brewery, Newark, N. J., which wasjraided by Prohibition " a%asts who,broke down the entrance withsledges rels with beer. More than' 7,000 barrela of itored beef and five track loads were seised in the raid, which was declared to be the largest haul in the history '^Naw.. Jeiiay.; ^ <•_> ^ ^ ; ^ 1 %^j&&&ffaiif$w&^ •* •" HXMTE. WEISS ENTSOUTE The elusive Alphonse Capone arrived in Chicago and, under the auspices of his attorney, visited -Police Headquarters. Next he .called upon the United States Attorney and upon the State Attorney. They were not interested in him and he went about his business. Picture shows TO PESISOM Capone with guard en route to the Penitentiary at Philadelphia. (I.owt-r) "Hymie"' Weiss. Chicago gangster, wh.i fore a volley from gangster's guns in the City. East "in Earl fell be- Windy (Inttfrr.att'HUil Neiv~itcl, That Failed Lu'dwig Ocenasek. Bohemian inventor, and a party of co-workers watching his largest rocket explode and , burst to bits on the start of its journey to the moon. The new rocket is radically different from the usual ones. The largest is three feet in length and 15 pounds in weight. He has succeeded in firing one of his rockets to a height of 4,000 feet. (Inset) The; Bohemian engineer,- with his son, as they made preparations to fire the rocket at Prague, Czechoslovakia. (International Nawsreell Home of Capone Raided, Six Nabbed GtPONB SWIMMING POOI/ ON G &OUr4b$. Dade County,- Fhv, officials, .armed with a search t the arrested men are described by police as warrent, raided^Al'^Capone's palace fortress on Palm Island, Miami, Fla., seised enough liquor and wina'to'Mreiiht'aacks, J and later arreted sis mea '-oiT** radteteerfsWiaterestaU. ^Two of brothers of the scarf aeed gangster whose where- abonU has reasauMd a ssystery since his release from aPhihidikjkHlait Abre isafcturat the milUoa dotkwhaw «

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