The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on April 15, 1930 · Page 6
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The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana · Page 6

Tipton, Indiana
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Tuesday, April 15, 1930
Page 6
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*AG» SIX NEWS EVENTS To Celebrate Anniversary of • ; - "S .hapsody In Blue" • Listen i;i Tuc?ifcy evening if you wis::- iu eajuy "i;!:;:osody in Blue", over the air for the iirst time in its entirety.' This, fouture 0 :1 the Old OA-i hour i.'::y!:s the sixth anni- \< '::ry oi Paul jiVMtemfen's associa- 1 with (iiyjr&h fitrshwin's grea^- wiii'ic. written especially for item.'iii. ii!.'•famous composer himself piano soloist for the premiere forniaiiie in an orchestra i.cilal that, overnight made "White- l:.r.n the worlii'.* leading interpreter 0: jazz music. Strains of the rhap- sotiy are now familiar as the signature and musical interludes of Old Grid broadcasts. The 'anniversary "/proirram.also iviR include a specialty by no less a celelirity than .Mr. Ray Bargy, in the V.'hiteman ensemble. It: addition to a veritable parade of ]*:<iiu>ar new melodies. Tuesday's l>r-a«:.-sst will star a new one from .M Jolyon's picture "Mammy," cn- t icd "Looking at You." as well as M .;'ii ::l si;lei:lioJ.'s-'irnm "Fifty Jttl- l">r: Frenchmen"-and the "King of v.r." It on the air. from .'•T .'iti .'r, KVI. in Seattle, April 15, at 9 p. m., Eastern. Standard Time, over the Columbia Broadcasting System's, coast-to-coast hook-up* I Winning a British Classic Cyrus E. Eaton, leader in the fight against the" proposed merger of, the: Youngstown Sheet and Tube Company with the Bethlehem Steel; Corporation, labeled the desire for- merger as "mere lust for size" and denounced the merger as a scheme for Wall Street control. i {International Newsreel). -rn stoicism gone, Mrs.; Edna Mum bulb: accused of pbttino- her' steri -daughter ;to the torch; with the cjonnint of the child's! father .-0 i 5°? ld col 'ect the 11-year-old igiri\s insurance, became: hysterical in| a jjail at Norwich, N. Y:| Meanwhile 1 Ralph Mumbulo. father of the 1 creihated child, maintained !a sullen 1 sildnce in a cell a 'few 1 va-ds awajy.| They were I arrested on warrants! if rom Erie. Pa., and' wWhe returned to Erie, where;! the State! will ask . the . chair! for' both '!• Mumbulo and the woman. i 1' !| <•„,„,.„.,„ 'Jv 11 .1 ' (international] Njpwsreen IIP U.S. ARMY HEADQUARTERS ^-PEKING. jAEXSTrG&h. CALVli! P TlTUS Red Chiefs En Route to Prison ! • . • '-mi. ! ' : !-' : ii : ' ! "Shaun Goilin" (nearest camera) winning by a nose from. "Melleray's Belle," in the historic Grand National Steeplechase. 1 Shaun Goilin at 100 to 6 was a popular choice to win the classic and for! the first time in years a favorite cantered jn a victor. I Seeks New Fields to Conquer The presence of detectives, posted iSnsirJe B and outside of the Criminal Courts, New York City, probably averted a Red demonstration when the five ringleaders of thV Red Thursday riots on March 6 were found'guilty of unlawful a'ssembjyV They jface the maximum sentence of three years in jail. Here's Robert Minor and William Foster (left) on their way to the. Tombs Prison, New York City. * (International Newsreel' JI ir- American Pilot to Fly Do-X in Atlantic Hop lieutenant-Colonel Titus gained' world fame as_a -f and his brave! act !in' helping t|j liberate the "foreigners" from! untold horrors,! won for him the, medal of honor, which was pinned on his breast by President Theodore Roosevelt. At his own request, having j given thirty years of service, Lieutenant-Colonel! Titiis ;plans retirement, and has returned to his home at Vinton, Ija. (International Newsreel) bugler at the Boxer rebellion, thirty years [ago. He was: ithe tfirst man to go oyer the wall at Piking. iThe armies of six foreign powers .were massing out- fcide [the (great walls, of Peking, when the gallant young .bugler volunteered to go over the}, walls of- the beleaguered city. He- was hoisted, over on the tnd of 'aj jpole into a city of- desolation .arid, horror, Fir sit Woman Nominated for Senate lauer, will when "Dutch' perfej American power H.' Schildj Navy flyerj ieutenant: Clarence United States |)|iiot the giant Dornier-l)o-X it starts its flight from.east toiwest across the Atla'ntic in July: " Schildhauer is s^id to be Jitly familiar with the twelve engines - wnich will the huge air bird. j (International | Newsreel) The 1 yi.ctjry of .Mrs. Ruth -Hanna' McCormiok in f the Illinlls primary brings- the: prediction from ' Waxhinglop that President., Hooifer,; in view ofI the landslide in favor of. the-foe of United States wiry into the Lcajjue Court,-may defer indefinitely the submission -if the | revised, pact. Mr^. jMct drmick is not alone a successful politician, she is a successful farmer, and her farm at Byron, 111., where ;the first woman in the United States to receive nomination of |; Senatorial . honors! is pictured prize Holstein [cows. Mrs. McCormick is popular among the neighboring farmers, as she is pictured with A. Rood, an eighty-yiar-old farmer and neighbor, who* wishes her Polls," as she sets out to recofcd her vote. (international Kewvree!) a major party for with one of her Hard-Boiled Regime fteacty to Represent U. of P. Follow Prison Riot If :•«••" *i i -«f • Fast Ti^vel of Seventy Years Ago

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