The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on April 18, 1930 · Page 8
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The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana · Page 8

Tipton, Indiana
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Friday, April 18, 1930
Page 8
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J- TOT TIWQN PAUT MAN HIT BY CAR OR RANGE ONE Nofcle McLain of Evansvi Believed Fataliy Hurt "When Struck.' ESSAY WIXXERS. Kokomo Girl Is One of .Six State Winners. | le, EUSHED TO HOSPITAL Noble McLain, 40 years of age, believed to have been -fatally hurt in an automobile accident on' Lem on, Madison , Indianapolis, April IS.-—Attorney General; James M. ' Ogden, who is. president' of the Indiana State Bar association, last night ' announced the names of the six ; winners of the association's an- .'nual essay contest. The ranking ! position'-of the winners will not : be announced until tonight at| the association's annual meeting at Bedford, however. ; " 'The six winners are Max Peterson, Montpelier; Virgail Juller- at, Columbia City; Marguerite Jra'ssotb, Kokomo; Kathryn Messner, Salamonia; Libia Mar- cbfetti, Bedford^' and Virginia REBEKAH MEET AT WINDFALL the Range Line road, just north of the Arcadia road, Thursday! night about T:.'iO o'clock, when j he j was sirurl: by, an automobile | driven by C. L. O'Ranion, of Tip- j ton. Ah'ambuiance and doctor: from Sheridan was called and the injured man taken to the Robert | Long hospital at Indianapolis.: The first examination by the doc-, tor, showed injuries to the back,' the .man bavins . been - struck squarely by the'car, and the im-j pact dented the radiator and broke) the glass of the rioht headlight. j Mr. O'Ranion had been at Indi-| Yuiapolis to vi.sit his wife and ii«jw I baby son .loc. who are in the Methodist hospital, and was on his way to Tipton. Near the residence <:f Joe Kinder, north of the Arcadia j road intersection. Mr. O'Banion ; met a string- of automobiles, the- Tend one having a very bright, headlight. He dimmed his lights as! he approached, and did not know McLain was walking in the road, until'ho felt the impact and saw the man's body raised in the air. He once and gi ing back found McLain lyinc b side the road. ' IT SELF IN CHASE Lodges of Hamilton and Tipton County Will Hold Session Monday. RECEIVED 8AI>-MESSAGE. Sister of Mrs. I Clarence N'eff at Indianapolis. I BANQUET AND Unidentified Han:Kills Himself as Police Close in on Him. IN RUNNING BATTLE Indianapolis, April 18.—An unidentified bandit placed the muzzle of his revolver to his temple and shot himself, iii the 100 block on North Illinois street at S o'clock last night.after he had engaged in a running street fight with three policemen. The suicide occurred a few None of the passing autonomies minutes after the bandit had held stopped, but Kar Roiuk. ni'i Buck-'»P Charles Hunter, 21 fears old, eye street. Kokomo, a driver : far'Kural Route 12, Box 343, attend-the K. 1. 1 & M. Transit Company, i ant at a Standard Oil. ^Company who was going south with a truck | filling station at Kentucky ave- at the rear of the autoniobiles. wit-: nue and West street, nessed the accident and stopped j Daniel Scanlon, policeman, and assisted Mr. O'Ranion to set; who was off duty and the man on some overcoats and < . = i 0 thes at the time cover him while awaiting a doc. tor and ambulance, which was called from the Kinder home. Mr'. Kmder also assisted-in caring f«v the injured'man. ; I McLain. who was conscious, stated he was walking nortli on tl;c highway in the same direction the-car was going. On ac-j in plain was filling his automobile tires with air at the station when the robbery occurred. ..'..-' Immediately after the holdup Hunter ran from the station and informed Scanlon that he nad J .been? robbed. Scanlon started the pursuit in his car, following the fleeing on foot, to Geor- Eden Lodge, No ; 270 will entertain the district meeting . of Rebeka.h lodges at Windfall on the afternoon and night of April 21. The afternoon meeting will be an open one and the public is Invited! For this occasion an inter-! esting program has been arranged by Mrs. Daisy Henry, district deputy president of Windfall. | ; j • Rev.'R. L. Wilson will deliver the welcome address to the representatives of the various lodges and the public and a response will be made by a member of' one of the visiting lodges. Splo by Miss Nellie Fouch of Windfall; j playlet by jinembers of Tipton! lodge. Memorial service by mem- bers~'ot'Elw'ood lodge; school lot instruction by T Miss Anna Raess of Tell City, president of the State Assembly; business meeting and election' of ojkeers, Following thei afternoon program a supper will be served in the basement of the 'Methodist church from 5 to 7. At the night session the degree staff from Beatrice Lodge of .Kokomo will confer the initiatory degrees on a class of candidates. Lodges of the . district which will be represented at this meeting, in Kokomo, Tipton and several other places invitations'hav­ ing been extended to lodges outside' the district. Thursday morning j a message was received at the Ogle & Little undertaking ' establishment asking them lo get! in touch with Mrs. Clarence I Neff and ; notify her that; a sister, Mrs. ; Melvina Lowery had died at the i • T * I-' • ' * i city hospital in Indianapolis. The j message was from an Indiana- j .polis undertaking firm. • L_! The message! was delivered by WORK' i " caNins the residence of Charles Kinder northwest of. town and having Mrs. Kinder tell the Neff family which resides j across the (road on the James Ray farm. The message stated the death had been unexpected; It also Friday, stated that the funeral service would be held at CrotKersville | Friday afternoon at [2 o'clock. Mr. and Mrs.! Neff left for that i 1 • | • ! place Thursday! morning. Money Teller in Bank Took to Aid Her Husbind, v She Confesses. < SHORTAGE IS Peru, April 18. —Mrs. Historic Cup Emblem World's Hockey History M $4,500 ARE Three Drug Store Proprie tors Charged With Selling 'fJakei" NEW DAMAGE FILED REMONSTRANCES. Several Property Owners Object to Assessments on Ditch. SUIT min- i were re­ count of Clie serious condition of j llaildit ' the injured man little attempt,was! # a ani streets., made to question him. except -to -learn his name and address. Mc- (Tliere Scanlon saw Motor 'Policemen Moriarity and I Pettijohn. Lain stated jhi.s 1 wife lived ntitheiHe informed them of the robbery address given in Evansville, but that • lie had no children. i Mr. O'Banion asked Mr. Kinder to notify Sheriff Ramsey of Hamilton comity of the accident | and then came on into Tipton and re- pored it to"Night Patrolman jRos- coe Jones. • ! The doctor accompanied the in- i jured man to. the hospital and Mr. O'Banion made arrangement!; for him to have every possible-attention. [ The accident, according to those who were at the scene was an unavoidable one, and is deeply regretted by the 'Tipton iman. Mr. O'Banion and Mr. Roark. driver of the truck, stated j thf O'Banion car was traveling about 35 miles an hour when thej accident occurred. | and they joined the chase, pursuing the running bandit north on Illinois street. •' The bandit drew his revolver and fired at Pettijohn, who replied with four shots. -As the bandit reached Tracy's restaurant, 113 Nortli Illinois street, he paused, raised' the revolver town 's temple and fired, falling to. the pavement before the eyes of pedestrians. ' : ; Yesterday Attorney A: A. Fletcher filed separate remon­ strances for six property owners affected by the John F. Legg ditoh. The proceedings are brought on the grounds that the assessments are greater than the benefits. The property owners contesting the assessments; are Dr. G. jH. Warne, Mrs. A. j. Hobbs, Ed Hobbs, George Witkins, O. P. Coxen, Martha J. Barton and Cleo McCiillough. Cincinnati, April 18.— Two j dic'tments, involving flfty-one dividuals ami ten firms turned yesterday by ; a federal grand jury for jthe alleged sale of Jamaica ginger that, resulted in 300 paralysis cases here among persons who used -it! as a beverage. | The indictments charged conspiracy to violate the prohibition law. Twenty overt acts were contained in the first indictment and thirty-six in , the {second. Among those indicted were George Hennigan, Henry Berger and James B. Rowan, all of Marion, Ind. , . | Funeral of Aged Man. i BASEBALL RESULTS. ) American Association. Louisville, 6; Milwaukee, 5. St. Paul, 0; Columbus, 5. j Kansas City-Inidianapplis,; rain. Toledo, 5; Minneapolis, 1 (game called at end of sixth ining, rain.) A. A. Bridge Dentist Tipton, Indiana. Funeral services for George W. Land, 87, .will he held at Vevay Friday with burial at that place. The aged man was the, father of Willis and Jesse Land of the Sharpsville community; 1 Mrs. Cora Brown of Kokomo and Frank,. Land of Bennington. Mrs. Ed Weaver of Sharpsville is a granddaughter. The aged man died at the home of the son Frank Land at Bennington. American League. .Detroit, 6; St. Louis, 1 (called at end of sixth inning,-rain) L , Chicago, 8; Cleveland 1; i (terf innings. ' •; Others postponed, rain. ft- IP YOU NEED THAT SEE US/TODAY Beady Cash Is Always Available i National League. Pittsburgh, 7; Cincinnati,.!. Chicago, 3; St. Louis, 0 (called at end of sixth Inning,, rain). Others postponed, rain. , <i.i WEATHBR—Fair tonight I i and Saturday except some cloudiness Iii extreme north tonight;-1 cooler in south. . ' i i I Will Succeed Six-l-n. President of Exchange $1 Marion, April. (18.—Indictments against George Hennigan, Henry Berger,! and \ James B. Rowan, charging conspiracy to violate the prohibition law in the sale of Jamaica ginger, were the result of a visit of federal under-, cover men here several days ago. AH three operate drug stores here. Henry Berger, one of the men indicted by the Cincinnati federal court, was made defendant in a damage suit for $10,000 .which was filed in the Grant circuit court yesterday afternoon. The suit was filed by William Brown, who alleges that on March 16 and 17 he bought from the defendant eight ounces (of Jamaica foe which he paid $2.40. He alleges he drank the Jamaica ginger and' that within^forty-elght hours he suffered from | cramps, paroxysms of pain, became unconscious, that his feet and hands became affected and that his legs from his - J *-'-• feet.and toes said prior to glass worker to make . f 25 ' a knees down and his were paralyzed. He was a.h.lej this attack he and week. The suit is) here recently Wilma Cushman,: age thirty-two, signed a confession in which she outlin- edfthe me'thod by which 1 $4,500 was embezzled from the Pirst National bank of Peru, in which she was empl'oyed as teller for thirteen [years. She left immediately for- Fort jWayne to surrender to District Attorney Oliver li. Loom's- I . I ' ; _ "j Mrs. Cushman said she started E ASTER marks the triumph of life over death, i faith over fear, hope over despair. As such, it is one of t'he happies da /3 celebratey by Christianity. It is the earnest hope of this hank that its customers and friends may enjoy the happiest of Eastertides and that it will bring! to each and all a rekindling of all those things which make life worth while. making false entries thank's books seven years former husband, when her J. Becker, a postoffice on the ago Carf employe, was jarrested for a shortage. She took; about $1 ,500 from jthe bank funds to Becker in an ral- rs. "Cush- jhelp him she said recently was indicted at Marion for participation leged radio theft ring. Ml man probably will be arranged in federal court at Fort Wayne, or South Bend. She faces a penalty fine; or not mjore than of five years' imprisonment, $5,000 OT both. BACCALAUREATE , SERVICES. Program Will Be Given odist Church in Kcnlpton. at. Mcth- Tlie Keiripton high school baccalaureate services for , j .he graduating class of 1930 will be held at the Kemp ton Methodist church on next Sunday afternoon, April 20h!at 2:30 o'ciock.. The program for the ifternoon is jas ! follows: /j High School Graduate March Maclde JBeyer,Scircleville . high school orchestra. Minuet in G—-Bethhoven—- Scircleville high school p'reh'estra. Invocation — Rev. VSanHough- iVocai' solo Wilderness,' I Address van.!'- ( iViolin !duet, The Voice in the Eloise Wheeler. Rev. Wllbert Sulli- Burgett and Souvenir"—Drdla Mildred Blanche Manlove. Bene'dijction— JRev. VJanHou, ton. [ An in|itation, is extended' the public to| ices.j Tie famons Stanley Cup, emblem atic of the world's hockey" cham- . pidnship. which the Canadians won \ when they defeated the Boston i Brains for the second time. Notice j the scores of engravings which -t cover the cup, forming complete history of championship hockey, for i foe the past seven decades.*- ': , . Ilnternational: NawarMl) j l|; THE BANK OP THK PEOPLB A Voluntary Member of the Federal Reserve System • '{'•. Only Btiak ta Tipton Cointy llaider Both Bute ' federal Sweet iiaby. Girl. Near midniglit last'; night- a j sweet baby girl was born 'to jMr. j and Mrs. Charles Hershman, west-j of; Ekin. The little igirl . weighed i 7%'jpounds and has been named \ .Shirlfy Ann.'She is the.first child j in tlie family. The mother was; .formerly Lillian Dobson, dangh- '• ter of Mrs. T.rH. Small of Ekin. j The jfather Isihe son iof Clyde I Hershman-. ' • I , Basketball Receipt|. ^•nderspn, April 18.—The annual financial report of the Indiana Highj School Athletic association basketball tournament reveals that Indiana fans paid! jii $210,705.15 to watch their teams) in sectional,'-regional and; final! touranment play. . • i WE ARE SHOWING A 3-Piece Lloyd Loom Weave Fibre Suite IN OUR WINDOW—AT (Less 10% for Cash) Suite & BarrDm : Hamilton-Beach Electric Sweepers, Now $39.50. HOGS TE.V CENTS-HIGHER. Cattle Generally Steady Friday— il Calves at $11.50 Down.! Lps bonds be present at Illicit Iiove. Angeles, April °3 illicit love which were Indianapolis, Ind., April. 18..'—. Receipts on hogs, 6,000; cattle; 500; calves, 600; sheep, 300. C 1 Hog, prices early .today; at the local live" stock • market were, steady tolO'c higher With-general sales ah $10.50 to $10.75; under-, weights sold up to $10.50 land sows at $9.50 down. ' Cattle jwere generally steady,calves sold at $11.50 down,! and sheep^were quotably steady: some ing lambs for Easter tradeUold '$16.00. the serv- 18.—The alleged to have existed for eleven years between Mrs.- Walburga Oesterreich and Otto Sanhuber, were replaced yesterday by a joint murder indictment from! the county grand Jury for the killing eight years' ago of her husband, tired Oesterreich, wealthy waukee manufacturer. the second filed in which damages are asked fori the alleged 81116 of poisonous Jamaica | ginger. ; The first suit asked $20,000 and was filed by E. j. Baker, a barber. RECEIPTS! INCREASING: Streus of IMsi Payers ia Getting lancer <aa Time Limit Neara. : Inquiry at> the. ofQce of the county. treasurer reveals thatj the receipts of the office are increasing almost daily., aferaona who can should pay prior to tbe j last nay ; In order: to avoid the rush which la aura to come.- . $:|iondaTi ?l^*i:^ ^ay -for .^iiajrji^t^ Ua avrlnr li^l ^t ;ls not jpaltt Mil- NOTICE. Wb Have a Well UtfM Park- Space in the Rear of j .Our Store. I ': ; OROXIERT ing BARGAIN Chicago, 111., April 18.. — ; . Receipts on hogs,^ 12,000; carried over,-5,000; the market was LOc. higher with, the top $10.60; there werje l.OQO-cattle and 12,000 sheep.. .'•''..- ('• ::-..\ Local Proacde Market. | (Moore. & Moore) j.. Butter _j ______36c Eggs i '_ —_ . 24c Local Groin Market. -J (Hobbs Grain Co.) No.| 2 Soft Wheat _____ ___| .97 Oats ..--—! -3?' New Corn, No. 4 yellow, per 100 lbs. _ :______; 1.00 Indianapolis produce Market. Eggs—Indianapolis jobbers offer | country-shippers fori strictly fresh stock delivered at Indianapolis, loss oft, 22c a dozen. | ' Poultry—Jobbers . paying!' for tovf\s, 4% lbs. up, 23c lb.; Leghorns, 19-21c; roasters, less] than 4\£ lbs.,! 20-2lc; Leghorns; 14- 17c; sick, cull and'-humpback poultry not bought; roosters, 8- 11c; ducks, 8 -12c; ; geese,' j. fuli- feathered, 8c; guineas, young,-16 a do-en; old, $4; squabs, li-lbs. to dozen; $4.60; old pigeons, 75c a dozen. Is a pleasure 1I7HEN your eyes are fixed on the ™ goal that lies ahead, on the day that will.hear the fruits of your self-discipline: the happiness and freedom of financial security. Citizens National Bank The Only National Bank in Tipton County i »W H . ».".'K 'v'.tV'i" tv> t..'> l 'i >ri .»y(tv.»v >./>.-• tvif *'* al, Uxa> time; tfce taxaa brakanf* ^-Ar'hM-uauittue. >^ : v :'it,'is All raeslpU arc mMV for 4ia- trttmiloau an^t l^mt «» Dress Up Your Living Room for Easter With One of '.•i Our 8ale Suites. 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