The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on March 29, 1930 · Page 6
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The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana · Page 6

Tipton, Indiana
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Saturday, March 29, 1930
Page 6
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PAGE SIX Over the New Hudson River Bridge The huge Wistorn Air ft ;pix:ss 32-passenger plane, t- in preparation for its hop-off on , a ; transcon- iargfcst of sis kind in ; the world, flies over the r,i"w $35,000,000 Hud; on River bridge connecting Manhattan' Island and New Jersey. The fi.^hi was a parti of -he great craft's workout tinental flight from New York to Los Angeles. The plane is one of six which will sooii be put into regular service between Los Angeles, San Francisco and Kansas City. Murder Gun Bought by N. Y. Cop UniAriiailnnal v« An inquiry was staned to determine the extent of connections between members of the New ,York Police Department and the underworld. The inquiry was sponsored by Commissioner Wnalir. after it war definitely established that the double barreled machine gun used in the slaying of Frankie Dunn, beer oaron of New Jersey, had been traced to Patrolman Edwarc Behan as its original purchaser. Patrolmai Edward Behan (inset) J and the Thompson submachine gun which killed the Jersey beer baron.. IInLernatlonaJ KnwKtoa Vienna Suicide, Ends Search Virginia Housewife Aids Sheriff Husband The mvsterv surrounding the disappearance: of Dr. Herman Watzl. Cleveland chemist and inventor of Austrian birth, was unveiled in Vienna after baff ing inquiry on three • iiinents for four months. The body of a man found shot dead in a uingy hotel room was definitely identified i s that of the missing chemist. A woman, lying near Watzl's bod.!' and also shot dead, was said to be Mrs. Mary MacGranahan, of iCleveland. . t International NcwsreeV Sculling Champ Keeps in Trim .Mrs.[ w - 0. Uraui, wife of the sheriff of Harrison County. West Virginia, cast aside her ap/os to ihsv.-er a call, from her sheriff hu:--. band to aid in r. man hunt. They traced ' the suspect (wanted on liquor charges) to a house olT the ma:'ij road. Mrs. Grimm entered the jfront door while '-he sheriff went to the rear. j driH'rnrwiiiiml Nevvsre*"' I First Woman lo Seek Senate Honors in i\. C •:;A^: •••• | jazz King Plans- Novelties , j For Next Old Gold Hour [ jyiVE new musical numbers wi!! be played for tire radio audience by Paul WhilemEM. famous orchestra leader, when he directs his band from Elation KFRC, San • Francisco. Tuesday .night. April 1. during tilt OM Gold Hour. This broadcast-raa'ris-his first step on his return lo New York from Lor. Angeleis, whore he participated in the production of the new talkie, "The King of Ja2z." On the nisiit of Ap::l S he will broadcast from KOL, Seattle,'and thoreafier ill's Old Gold broadcasts will come direct from New York. Prominent, among his IIL-V.- selections next Tuesday evening is ••I {::i ;amuiKii;Konico," the novelty ?:->•;,", from liis picture. "The King < f .10.7.2 " "Cliinnin' and (Jhatlin' Vv 'ith Mary." another i.ew song, v.'ill be done by Yv'l :i'.- r^-jn's famous Rhythm Eoys. Yhjll Will C0!!>(; "iCilCCkill' ou Wooc;," Irotn <iu: late "0:15 U'.'View." followed by "Gardiii of It**.?* -''.lid Yo <:.";: r.e'.v ci .'Ji .^osi- lij :i by the v.-ei'.-knowa song vr.-ii•-'!,' i-ete:- lie Kuse, and lurjliy "A CoLt'uEt tor !;L;le." another I CanGapcine Escape m&®Mz&6Xk i— w Fa.u.1 Whitemar, new number which is 'fa^t becom itiK popular. ( The Old Gold broadcast goes-oi the air at 'J O'CJO'J!; eastern stand aid t.iiiie over the joast-to-coas network of the Colti'mliir. Bread casting System. Koski Wins Marathon Title Karl Koski, of the Finnish-American Athletic Club, won the National Amateur Championship in one of the fastest marathons ever run. The Finn's time for the full course of 26 miles, SS5 yards over the broken contours of Staten Island, N. Y., was 2.25.05. Last year he ' won the Boston-to-Providence race of forty-four miiesi. Jack O'Reilly, five times marathon champion of Ireland, came in second in 2.33.03. - rii>T*rnatlnnol Kb W ar«« Seeks Queen of Beauty Crowi ^»i^t„' "J. , Miss. Helen Moser, of Perrysburg. Ohio, whose beauty and i-h.-iYr.-i will count heavily in her favor when she represents IIK- Bi '-.-keye State in the Festival of Stoles at St. Petersburg, Fla. Sh> was elected to her present post by-members of the Ohio.tourist colony. Crime's Reward? 'SCARFACS a *3 CAW What is Capone going to do [now, and how can he escape the doom rival gsn;: leaders are said to have'marked for him in retaliation for execution ' of'other • racketeer "czars,-' is the question the underworld and police authorities are asking themselves.' They are also-wondering if "Scarface" can rally "his henchmen around him or whether hia-power was sha'-tereil by his ten months in the Eastern Penitentiary, Pennsylvania, from which he was just released. Capone visited the authorities in Chicago and it is reported that He has been officfally warned to get out of the Windy City. Miami has also taken steps to keep him away—he has a palatial home there Eclipse of Sun Visible in California MS2S- ISABEL/ K I'tMS CHART -SHQTSAKTG PATH OF THE ECDfP^t:. In order to maintain unbroken the historical record of solar eclipses, jit hasbecn arranged to scifil Mrs. Isabel M. Lev.-i;.-, the observatory woman astronomer, to Ilonev I.nke, Calif., to observe the total eclipse there at 11:05 a. m. on April 2S. A •speciallv built camera with a 4 (i-inch focal length and a powerful lens will be used by Mrs. Lewis to observe the sun's corona>—a !>?autiful gaseous glow that is visible only when it projects beyond "the sun's disc during the eclipso. The chart shows that the total eclipse will be visible only in California. The eclipse will last a socond and a half and the moon's shadow will bv only half a mile wide. i Imertuiuotiiil r^'-A'arcnll Relatives Cheer Him in jail White House Widows Still Active iBext Barry (forenound), present world's sculling champion, train- =iag ! aatha Thanes Biver, London, England, for his match with 1 ckallencer Phelps I Bert's brother is shown acting ss pacer, during ' fto votkout. - * Mrs. E. L. McKee, of -Sylva,'- N. C, has' announced her candidacy for the State Senate on the Democratic ticket She has jdng been promi- neit in and political circles. It is said that she is the first woman to seek a Senate seat in the Tar Heel State. • OaMrasUvaat HnnrMll - ..or Henri Marchand, noted artist, in jail at Buffalo, N. Y., awaiting the call to testify as a witness for the State in trial of Lila Jimerson, an Indian princess, for the murder . of his wife, receive; Mis relatives- for a visit. Seated on his lap are his two children. Henriette and Henri. Jr., while standing are Mr. and Mrs Paul Marchand and Mr. and Mrs. Zeayes Marchand. -They are also attending the trial (IniiriwMoDftl NofrarML' MRSMLMArf H. TAFT - KR3 THEODORE-. P0O?EVEyr. - >rRS^00DR0y TSTT/S'ON"* MKPGR0VEE Although we have only one man living, the Hon. • Calvin Coolidge, who has had the proud distinction to serve as Chief Executive of the Nation, BC have as pictured above some charming women who have stood beside: their husbands during their respective terms !of office and filled the important post of First Lady of the United States. That they have done so with credit to their high position is now a matter of history. Seeking no honors for themselves, content to bask in the reflected glory of their distinguished husbands, they still take a keen and active interest in the -destiny of the country which . called their husbands to the highest place within its power. (UtwMU «a*> N «ww «aD,

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