The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on April 16, 1930 · Page 6
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The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana · Page 6

Tipton, Indiana
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Wednesday, April 16, 1930
Page 6
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PAOB SIX •I < THE TIPTON DAILY (TRIBUNE . V NEWS EVENTS FROM• dfi/Efl !T1E: WpRLK ! 'TOED fflclent for France and Italy ^cing Home to Victory Hovering Over Hurdles at Harvard Germany's biggest battleship, the - "Hessen," with the new cruiser, the "Schleswig-Holstein," following in the distance as they make, their way through the Kdiser Wiihelm Canal on their way to the. tropics for maneuvers. Although these .•.'lips uore constructed in adherence to the dis- •f armament pact they are nevertheless the most efficient of war vessels, and it was Italy's and France's fear of them; that 1 caused many disagreements in the five-power parley in London, according to authorities. » (International Newsrc«r Vanderpool, crack; two-year-old, witlj thunders down the Bowie, Md. He is track! to 'victory in- j owned by' Mrs.' M, one of the best horses now running i: fiftlj consecutive victory., 1 Mystery in Hutton Romance Jockey W, the kindergarten^ f. Aleen and is Maryland. Thia Kelsay np, btakes at considered Was his These crimson trackmen were' caugnt by; the camera just as they all-hovered over a hiirdle in one of their early Spring workouts. They are, left to right: Dick .O'Connell, Charles At- wood. Warren Howe and Te!d Cole. The cantabs are hoping to roll up some big scores via the hurdle route this Spring. {International Now.src«I> Commission Clerk Says Documents Mutilated Miss Minnie L. Ward, ex-file clerk sf. the Federal Power Commission, Washington, D. C, has placed, in the hands of Secretary of the Interior Ray L. Wilbur a list of charges involving ( the alleged mutilation and destruction of documents and letters which, it is further declared, would have bared the intimate relations between the "Power Trust" and the Federal- Power Commission. Nancy Hoyt, niece of: General Daises, United States Ambassador to the Court of St. James', will be presented to King George and Queen Mary shortly.. She sailed for England • recently with her mother, a sister of General Dawes. | , UnUroatlonai Nevsnd) Elinor Smith, who holds the woman's altitude flying record,! has obtained a transport pit Sh ?i ! ing: is one of the few w the- highest rating! may obtain. She tool j fori transport pilot license at Le jftojf Airport, Rochester. I flnternallonial Newsreerj Society is still in the dark regarding t3ie elopement of fashionable Eleanor P. Hutton with the young playwright, Preston Sturgea, Miss Hutton made her debut amid a colorful pageant representative of New York society, in 1927. (Her mother inherited the millions of| her father, inventor of Post cereals. In 1928 she was one of the eight American women presented to the King and Queen of England. The young heiress is pictured'above with her playwright husband. ' I • i {International Nawarcal) Shires Beats Reese to Base Rumor Links Name as Hoover's Running Matje Friendship to Youth Curb on Delinquency ot license: omen havj any pilot her tests Captain jFrank M. Hawks, guiding his glider Eaglet; to an easy landing in . IVan" Cortlandt Park, N. Y. (right). In 'cockpit of'the Edgleti greeted by his wife at the -end of. transcontinental flight, after his epic .(eight-day jrlide- trip from -San ' Diejro, .Cal., to : New - York. The glider• was cast loose from the ; tow plane (piloted by J. D. j"Duke" Jernigin) at an; altitude of 5,000 feet and coasted to its landing place about ten miles alighted at Newark Airriort, N. J., northward. Jernigin and was Bubc, Still the rushed by automobile and| motorcycle escort to Van Cortlandt Park to participate in .the welcoming ceremonies. • I (International Newuri?*.!) Hero of Youth About to Enjoy Canter On Capital Bridle Path air Sponsor f oi Sportsman s Yaclil •1mm Alt for the^Me* Tor* Giaata, umUmttkUmm for tWOUcaf* HUM •fat* fcta,to Mm Virginia Murray, director.of the IWoman'i Division! of the Buna* of Crime Prevention of the. Police Department, believes she] hae, summed up in one sentence her eoaehHriaaa in ameliorating youth-, fnl 4eitnquency. She i iayi, 'The] nMBt erine among! > them feel iUt under-! triada aid act withj Postmaster-Genera) Wjalter Brown, whose friends) brand las "too ridiculous ! to be i dignified through a public denial'!; the rumor tnat he is seeking the'nomination, as the Hoover running matej id 1)932. It is said rumors emanat-j ing from the f'higherrups" that there is no great ! enthusiasm among the Hoover men to have jMr. Curtis renominated! for second place on the ballot. II • | • i «*j to prevent crime amongi ... awlgirls is to make them feel tat* the/are diiallnc witt nnder- |te3burv wil pton's cljal- Cup.Vwhitjl has ! manj . The fab godmother will bestof tae: nam< I The Countess of ShlaCi cHnsten Sir Thomas! L: lenger if or America^: the noted sportsman times failed to secim bof>< %4- * 3 t At. "Shamrock the Fifth;, mbuth, England; i cini with which Sir Thomas he will capture thje;! • x at Ports the i yacht: .is confident trophy thii (IM«rtt«l«aa> Ntwirtolj iBabe Ruth, the highest paid ballplayer in the world, gfrmg an ani|e-" ! graphed- ball to Dick HoDiti .i Sr.,- aon of the manager of the i Charlotte nine during an exhibition game at Charlotte, N. a • The '; i bambim*. fa. atlU wearing'hit Floridian coat of tan and ia looking ' aa fit as the proverbial fiddle.] - : I.-. • '• UatwasUtatlNmr Katrina McCormick, with her hor'• "Baby," enjoying a morning rni> at Washington, D. C. j Katrina i.< the daughter of Mrs. Ruth Hanna McCormick, the Republican no:.-, inee for Ithe Illinois Senate &ea:. The noted woman politician anc' her daughter are accomplished honewomen. (InttroMlonW Xtweiwrt} 'I; !

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