The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on April 7, 1930 · Page 6
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The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana · Page 6

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FAOS SIX THE TIPTON DAILY fTRIBIfNE I 1- NEWS EVENTS FROM OVER THE Vestris' Hero Given former Mates Sudden Charge of Larger Ship demise Investigated Leads Anti-Prohibition i Crusade in Capital Zeppelin Base atf Norfolk, Va. War Aviators in Endurance Fligfc Cup '^ii Schuyler F,. Cuinmmgs, i isidr of the United States liner ;.' ii »rican ?':::?;:•_•! and hero of "' je -Vestris disaster, has been promoted to command of. the Prcsi- ..i-mt Harding He. succeeds William IJind. who died as he was tak- ii:g the vessel into Plymouth on her I: s: trip. i liiitrrnational Neu-s.-eel) An investigation into the pected death of Basil Miles, •American diplomatist and former husband of ! Mrs. H. H. Rogers (above), is under way in jWiish- ington, D. C. Miles, declared to be on the road to recovery in! June. 1028, died suddenly in Washington Emergency Hospftal. 'Thelau­ thorities decline to reveal the motive behind this belated inquiry. (International Nejwsreel) Nathaniel Holmes, 2d, commander of the newly organized Washington branch of the Crusaders, a ha- i tional organization of young men, who seek real temperance, but are' opposed to the present prohibition' law. , • 1 . ilul-ftr <Ijatern»t!oiutf Kcmreel) ! Dr. Hugo Eckener, of Graf Zeppelin lame, and Norman R. Hamilton, Norfolk industrial commissijoner,j| examining the proposed site at Norfolk., Val, for a trans-Atlantic Zeppelin terminal. U?. Eckener was much pleased : with the Meteorological Bureau. : Carrier for Miniature Planes At Trial oflndi reports of the Government (lntanmtlonhi N«wsici-h Four war aviators are planning to^make one of the most unusual and daring- endurance flights ever attempted, under the leadership of Chief Pilot Donaldson. The'y will start the flight at the Suneagles Country Club, at Eaton, N. J.' Not alone will they refuel in the air;at regular intervals, but the pilot of the plane will be changed f and a fresh one will r?plac<- n ~ »--r\ ' ' hours. The:above photo-diagiam ?;,„:\? ;.%-\ •• daring aviators will, by means of i • leave -the' 'endurance plane: and I " i i .-• load on the accompanyingi elaa.- u*'->izi- o... chute- leaps to earth. n Love Murder Intrepid Explorer Homeward Bound C'M'-r planing down to land oi. the "runway." of in.- "Fellowship" for the- purpeve of demonstrating the practicability of mosquito aircraft carriers equipped with runways for a single light plane. The irlidur is beinc piloted by Clyde Schlieper |( inset) while the speedboat with its 12 -foot runway, is under the control of' \Toe Fellows, power-boat expert. The tests being made at Long Beach, Cal. .-,.'• "i (International NewsreaA Court Crier Frank Hess admiiiisteimg Jr..- when the boyj squaw, and Lila testified atjthjsirial <Jf Nancy B.owen. agejd Indian Jimeison. Indian riWdel. accused of s boy's mother. MrL Clothilde Marchand .father, a noted artist, foi whom the love, is held''as a material witness {model has i confessed a deep (international NewsreeO at Buffalo. N. :Y. aying the The hoy's- With the citizens of Dunedin,. waving farewell from the waterfront and merchant craft jn the harbor; saluting the City of New; Vorli,, the 'flag- < ship of Commander Richard Byrd;' set ^sail for Tahiti pn the homeward voyage with bis Antarctic' expedition. The above i-.cr---~ .< trate the- .penfi. »-u!fh .1.1 "codnterfld. In his e» J " ' wastes of the. Antarctic a[ 4 ere : of the expedition 'to i-a.h b»e I'l Leaving "Jail" With Presents It Jfruig Donnie old |ti>,. Shrader smiles happily at the, gifts from his mother, which he was verrriit- .red to take. ! with him \whct "''.he left ]the " Detention' ... Home at, Pittsburgh. Pa.,, where j he.' has been- h'eld while his mother and \hei alleged lovet, W.Glenn i Dague, were; convicted ot \ the slaying] ot Corporal i Brady Paul and both sentenced ' to daathl '•". (latariMumai Lieutenant S. A. Robbing was chosen by the Alaska Airways > if from hundreds of available avia- i Harbingen i of the 1930ipopp>[saleto De found in this typical I III tort as the successor to the late j 'il Cari Ben Eielspn. Robbini ts ,a; iSt^^i^^JS^ M fprmtr army pilot and wa» chief i raiM fnnda for rallrfi work. FA jw »f tbajrobatda fnim thaaala flight inttraetori for an avtadon iipta totta.V., V. W;. Natteakl Bona tot WMoiwi ud Orphaaa of .ehoolatSan Diego. California, at ..feSS^^^lffiS^ft ^•^^ ,..;;.;.!.[';[j ' the time of bit appointment. : • llaiaroMtsMl NtwamlK

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