The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on April 25, 1930 · Page 6
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The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana · Page 6

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PAGE SIX THE TIPTON DAILY TRIBUNE ey Set. New Record in Hop Across U. S. r Straight as a die is Mayor James J. Walker throwing the first ball into the catcher's mitt as he starts the'game between the New York 7 Giants and" the Boston Braves. It was the first game of the season. (International ICcwsrccU Metal-Faced Skyscraper Is • Ghost of the Old Waldorf Colonel and Mrs. Charles- A. t Undbergh seated in their plane J after landing at Roosevelt Field, % 1., completing their record- I Lady Liberty breaking trans-eontlncnta! flight from Glendtfle. Cal. The (light, which was' one _ol the most dramatic in the history- of American aviation, was made in 14 'hours, 45 minutes and 'seconds, t i nlci llutlutiut .\ L-;VSIU-J Waves to Giant of the Air An unusually excellent photo- f graph of the „ giant 20-passenger "Commodore" flying over the Statue of Liberty in New York harbor during one of + will be used as a pan ; American! its test flights. The "Commodore" is the largest flying boat in the United States and air liner de luxe to bring tb«| two continents closer "than ever before. (International NcwsreclJ i. n Drawing by Hush Ferris Symbolical of the new" age of alloys, the Empire Statel Building being erected on the site of the famous old Waldorf-Astoria Hotel In New York City, will have a pilaster facing of Allegheny nietnl, the- new stainless and non-corroding alloy discovered during tho war as a gun-lining and recently developed for industrial use. It will be the first building faced with metal, and will present a color blend of window-black, gray and silver. Rising to 83 stories and topped by a dirigible mooring mast, the new metaUfaccdl building will be the tallest in the world as well as the largest, and it will afford offlre space for 80,000 people. Defeated but defiant, Olga Ed- entered the Women's Prison in New York City; convicted of extortion.! After nine- tees noun' deliberation, a jury feud her guilty of demanding ' from Nathan Leo nflroad financier, i of •xpotiaclan aiidt re- ik* *>Tc7»rt of! .fund tween one three!: and yean! Lee, parentage, iday and *' period of one-half to seven her«MM of disputed ' of h|s mother's plight, pending the; set- the suit oVerj : the . by Amster, remained to tfceeare of the GouM CkUttrta'a fsfudattoa.' Senorita Lsonor jLaorente, of Hex loo City, I whose engagement to General Pfatarco Elias Calles. for- saer President of{ Mexico, hat been UBHraaiMBM MewsrtMW- 'Escorted by a miniature -fleet of bobbing tugs and-.-small: craft, with the Statue of Liberty in the background, the: S. S. Mucnchen, of the North German Lloyd Ljne, makes its triumphant reappearance following the disaster which threatened-to end her career when flames swept the great liner at the dock in the North River. The ocean greyhound is being towed into drydock for a complete overhauling prior to resuming its proud position in-the transatlantic service. I •International. MmnltU Hundreds Die* Locked in Prison Cell Telephoto of a scene at the Ohio State Penitentiary, where. more than 30.0 prisoners.-• w'.iq were confined in theiri ce!!.-:. were burned to death [when.- f!::r;'es swept through one of-the ^•_• i 1 blocks, completely destroy iiis c '"1 the. entire, structure. • Firemen. State Troopers and National Guards strove in vain to subdue the llsme's. Two score' of the injured are so senou-Iy burned that they face permanent blin'd- ru-s.s. .Warden Preston E. • Thomas (inset), in charge of the penitentiary. ha- lived for fifteen years in fear of fire within the walls. Keys of the cells could not he found in time co liberate the doomed nif.n. (Te!*runo:o to Interniir.or .rLi Newmee :e„ i ! 'Gff -Blind, .Hits Power Wire V •Trapped in the fos, • a • plane which; for bair an hour had swooped blindly, abovs the- - roof tops of Jersey Cily.. N. J., .play *.ni( a mad" ganie • .'with panis stricken pedestrians, struck -the . high tension wires of the. Public Service power plant in the Hackensack meadows, instantly electrocuting the.pilot and three passengers. Among the latter was Count Henri de la Vaulx (inset), famous pioneer In the air and founder of the -Federation Aero' nautique Internationale. ths| world's highest governing body on aviation records. , { (International Newsr «0t| Willoek Srleir Sued by Maid tor Love Balm i. • HONBYMOOM William Wiliock^Jr., social reg- istcrite, heir to -the W,illocfc steel fortune of $120,000,000, caused a social earthquake when he iwas discovered married to his mother's second chambermaid. The shock was mild compared with the-one that followed when it was revealed'that; the ''bashful" young man is - being sued fbr $250,000 heart balm by another < of his. mother's servant girls.. He contends that any understanding he might have had CHAMBERMAID with^ her was j shattered by mutual consent when! he. and Adelaide Ingebretsen. his ehamber- maid-bride, I found they could not live apart: . i I (IntrrMtlOTHU W«w*rwJJ| I . 7 si. 1 v.P.-:SMii :-.*,Wl'..

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