The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on April 29, 1930 · Page 1
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v. r Entered as second class matter, Oct. 4/ 1895, at'post office at Tipton, Ind., under the ;act oMIarcli 5, 18 .79 VOLl'MK XXXV, XO. 17:-S. TIPTON; INDIANA, TUESDAY EVENING, APRIL 20, 103OJ L E Annual Meeting cf Women's' Organizations of Mun- c:e Group. AT LOCAL CHURCH Visitors' Segistraticn Tuesday Morning- and Pro'. ' gram Follows. Device to Clean.and Cool Air Pi:* in 15. & O.. Railroad Car New York. April 29. — The Baltimore & Oliio railroad lias put in .service a passenger ear ventilated -.vhh cooled and cleaned air. The system was' installed in tha Martha Washington, dining car in the Co- huahian. operating between Xew York and Washington. The Atchison.. Topeka & Santa t Fe railway lias installed the sys­ tem'in a dining car on its ex- pn>?s. The Chief, but the B. & '}. installation ! is believed to be the first in the east. - The i new' ventilation is s.iir. to provide a tempi-rat lire of iron; ..fin to 70 decrees in sum- m-r. it keeps the air free from scot, smoke and cinders, and provides control of heat and humidity.' Until,recently it has been used onjy in hotels and similar places. ' R. T. JONES KILLED ON RANGE LINE Long Time Resident of Goldsmith Community Died" of Broken Neck. Father and Son Combination A HIGHWAY WORKER T':i" annual session of the Mii:i-' ; oi<> l'reshylcrial -convened in Tin-: ton TiK-sdny . afternoon at the'. First Presbyterian church at ; 1 : :;<i o'clock. The chiirch was a J. busy place Tuesday morning bp-'; ' ins given over to the registration i anil assignments for delegates. ! this being, in cliar.ee of the local •church committees. "The . a i'tertnooir 'session opened ivitli devotional services led by Mrs. Campbell McKay of I-Mfcharr. Synodical president, and a ni"s- Siige in sroeiing by Mrs. G. If. Warne of tlic local church. Other feature-* of the afternoon session werp rep'irts of committees, a review of I lie year's work by. Mr.s, .1. ('. Carlier.. report, of miminai- Uiz. .onitniii-.-e ai.d i(istallation~">f" : s '"f ! I " the new officers ami a'special ad-j the dress by Mrs. Andrew Todd Taylor of Chicago, district secretary. Spi-i-ia! feat uri-s -of the evening session at 7:"e o'clock include , a violin soio by Caryl Oakes special music by th" choir, and iiie address "Onr.Giri of Hi WALTHER LEAGUE PLAY WEDNESDAY i "Now Adolf,"; Comedy, Will ; Be Given al the Luth- j eran Scliooi. Truck of Tipton Ice Cream | Company Struck Unfor- i l tiraate Man. i Tit j Richard Ti Jones, an employe fit the State Highway department, was fatally injured shortly be| fore 9 o'clock Tuesday morning {when struck by a truck of the Tipton Ice Cream Company, driven by Rolla Conoway of South street. The unfortunate man's neck was broken, and he sustained a fractured skull. The truck, also made an ugly wound on the left side of the face, tearing- away a portion' of the left cheek. The injured man lived but 1 a j few minutes after) the accident I and never regained consciousness. ~- " | He was carried to the home -of I Roscoe Hinkle, near which the local .Walt her League will j accident occurred hut was dead •• the play "Now Adolf" 'at j before Dr. S. M. Cotton of "Gold- Lutheran parish house,' Wed-1 smith, who was called, reached ORATIONS SCHEDULED n'c-sdiiy evening. The performance wiil begin at 7:4Si. The. play is a comedy featuring two 'Carman j characters owners of a the Young Undertaking estab- j lishment, where Coroner E. L. Webb held an inquiry ' and ex- saueri amination. 'j kraut- factory, who keep the audi- According to Conoway who was bv owe in constant laughter by their i driving south with the truck. Mi«s ' original humor iand.quaint antics, * Jone * was working along/the side sli.-viile j i In connection with the play sev-'l oral orations will be given ljyji j zone | next contest to Sunday. be Southern Highland." Esther I.audon of- the Xormal School. The congregation of the local |members of the .League. A com, church is exti-uding a cordial iii-'miltee will judg^e the oratorical vitation to members of all thei-efforts to select the orator to 4 'lnu-'-!:<'!5-io. ;he ciiy and comniu-j represent, the^local league in tin nity and any one interested to attend all the services of the- Pres- hyterial. Rev. N. Y. Andrews In- j cal pastor will-have charge of the i evening session aiuj. Mrs. Andrews ! will render an opening organ j number. There will also be two j sessions Wednesday with ad-; dresses by outstanding women of i the church. ' '. i PHYSICAL TRAINING. Annual Kvhihil of Ti|it.on~Sidiool Will lie Next Friday. The aiimiai. physical trairiinc exhibit of the Tipton schools will also ana „ v beautiflU ftora] offer _ tie., given Friday evening at 7:30 furin £ s . BuTia , waa in Pairview o'clock at the gym. -Tim program cemetery, beside the' "husband promises io be' an exceptionally whust , (lcaUl occun . e(1 . fmn . ycar ' s fine one in which 1,000 children | a?0 „ of the grades in the schools will have part. John Ward, who director of boys' physical training in the junior and senior high school, and 'Miss Esther Elliott; director of girls' phvsieal training in junior and'senior high school, •and also supervisor of physical traminc' in ths grades will have charge of the affair, -i Kor the past, few'years the physical training and health program have been especially stressed m the school work and the program offered Friday evening, will in a /way exemplify some; of the results of the year'straining the pu- of the "highway fixing the berm with crushed stone. A fellow em­ ploye was with him and warned him of the approach of tlig^ truck but just as it got opposite him the man for some reason walked into held at Peru | tn ' 5 naln of tlie t'' 110 ^- When Conoway saw the situation he The play is presented by a com-'j swerved to the left but the right potent cast and the small price of | s,de of the truck^ h(t the man. The :iami.-!siou should compel a large | ood y was lifted and the side- of atendiince. The orations will j tne '.nan's face and head struck prove, interesting. The public has l t,lc upper'paTt of the truck, in- a corilial invitation to attend. j ilicting the.deep wounds. Rolla Conoway stated that he saw the two employjes working l^along the side of the road, hear the Hinkle home .and slowed down."'"When both stepped back out of,'the roadway, he put on speed to pass them and just as he got opposite Jones, the man stepped in the path of the car. . The accident greatly unnerved the v driver who stopped immediately and assisted in carrying the body to. the Hinkle home. Richard T. Jones, the' unfor- (Continued on Page 2) Honnoid Rites. Fupieral service for Mrs.. M. S. Honnlold were held at the Lutheran cliurch in Tipton Tuesday aft- n. Rev. Theo Schwann he- charge. The services; were ^led by many persons, the ernoi •ing i atlen church being filled There were Methodist Board Sees Dry Law Stir as Originating in Acts of Privileged Few - _ >£-~ jjlls have received* i An-unusually '. r 'V 'lafge crowd Is always attracted . itr-this featuii'flti^tlie clOBlng of <\$^~J*JtTfre *choal year and this is anticl- oted !agaln tWs year. la^evamtrofas^Jespeclally and the ggpiiblic sialliivrted. to attend 2.H oWyrrnrtilood o^^Cufe Washingtpn, April .29.—Based j editors and publishers of. a few on some phases of the testimony! powerful periodicals v^hich a'J-e ot -Henry H. Curran, president of I carrying on a propagindaAgainst the Association Against the Pro-[ prohibition closely i, approaching hibition Amendment, before the j the .propaganda which immediate- Some Party Leaders Think J ,| : . He Seeks Better Health First Thinsf. / .BEFORE PRESIDENCY Several Others Discussed By Democrats as Possible I '32 Candidates.; i Eight 'Impnrtiint Treaties Signed Sine-' AVorld War "1919—Treaties of Versailles-. St. flertnain, Xeuilly and. the . Trianon,. known as the "peac- treaties." " , .1922.—'- Washington naval treaty, signed by the tnited States, Great Britain. France. Italy and Japan; an agreement on limitation of naval armaments^ .- 1925 — Tnaty of Locarno, signed by Great Britain, Germany, France. Italy and Belgium; essentially -a treaty of F.aropeah securit'. . • 1927-4-Kellogg-Briand treaty, entitled the Pact of Paris: a general treaty for renunciation 6f war. 19.'!0—London naval treaty, prividing limitation liy IVJ U';i- .ted'*-States, Great Britain and Japan; • with additional agreements on" c-rtain naval iities- (ions accepted by Fran, a and -Italy. REVOLT IN JGu.1r.is Open Fire When ! Iviob Surges Towalrd the i Gates and Liberty. 100 MEN ARE INJURED Harvey Braun (left) comes by won the 1929 his. taste for the national sport so naturally that he may shortly be a team-mate of his father on the Sheboygan, Wis., nine. Harvey is trying out for third base with the Chairmaker3, who Wisconsin State : League pennant. The elder ;. Braun is star hurler for the ag- : gregation., The Brauns are be- \ Iieved to constitute one of- the ; world's few father-and-son combinations. ,| I * {International NewsreelT; I ; -Washinc ' doubted it : here that : Wheeler's ion,. April 29.—-It' is i some .political circles Senator Burton , K. suggestion of Gover- TIPTOHCOUNTY | PENCIL CLASP . U. STUDENTS WAS SWALLOWED j iior : Fraigklin D... Roosevelt 'of j New York- Ifor the p.e'mocratic; j Presidential nohtinatiori in 19-12 RtiTiorted Several Convicts Were Killed in Atjterrpt- ed Break. I Coluiiibus, O., April 29, — Guard believe several convicts in Ohic state penitentiary were killed when rhey opened fire on from ii:- This County Has Twenty- one Enrolled.at State. School~ twill appeal as much.to-the Cioveir j nor as to his many friends- iiKtlie | party Who would like to,back up. J . 0 ndon Gets Word of "Un- what was said by Senator Wheeler at the annual Jefferson Hay dinner of the National Deino- j cratic Club in- New York City. ;'. I The doubt . referred to does re vol tors toda>. Kiportij side the cell block said more than I no pris(mers were wounded. Two wounded prisoAers were removed from the cell block and carried into the guardroom. satisfactory' : Conduct of Native Troops !-not"imply that Governor | ve\t would prefer to bo Rooae- elimi- SITUATION IS ANNIVERSARY SOON Baby Rushed to Indianapo-j ,!atC(1 fora, . , . Hme front-wnsidera-. * TT ., U T* j. T\ " ' ' •< tion for the Presidential noniina-- lis Hospital, But Danger.; .. . . .. - . . : r tion, but it represents tne opinion: Had Passed. Senate Lobby Committee,." a charge that hired-agents of a few "privileged families", apparently are Inciting "all of \he apparent feeling against^the prohibition law" is conthined ^n a publicatioir of. theVBoard ; of Tem- ly preceded the. declaration of-a state of war Vith Germany." _ - Not only areY ^publisherB inflm- enced, according tp. jthe. charges captained in the, article, which '18 entitled ".Wet^Money • v«; > Dry Paople," but ^alMfced/ ac perance, P&\lb«tion'anr Puplic' tlvtUeBiwere'deBerfbeM'liiV^nly Morals of the MettiodUt Epiico- veiled attafck/ojj.New^YoVi, BBV • pal Glmrch; . Citing thei large .proportion of: popular the a8sociatioh'». Incoie donated by> a-icompafitiTely?few : /men,\^Cr. cording 'to^Mff' {cni[ranV »t**tl| 'la their; cominiiiiltiearevan the wlar ;«6ni8 '«ndvpopolarx«lang orlgio.ta.;j-14*UwircWmiaitli. Bloomington, Ind., April 29.— Tipton county on the 110th. anniversary of the founding of Indiana university will be represented by 21 students, according to the registrar's-records for this, semester. On Wednesday, May 7, alumni and former Students of the state university will gather together in. -cities and towns throughout the country in celebration of- the founding' of their alma mater. This semester, whfch mar. the' 110th birthday of the state j university/, slibws an enrollment of 3932 students at. the university's .divisions at Bloomington! and at. Indianapolis, according to figures of the registrar's office. Thirty-two hundred and fifteen of these students, including 1.SS3 men-and 1,332 women, are enrolled at Bloomington, -while the remaining 71'7 are enrolled in the university's "divisions at Indianapolis. Included hr the Indianapolis enrollment are 438 men aiUl 279 w4)hien.' .'•:.• f The following: Tipton county students are refistered at Indiana Universjty this semester: Goldsmith: Allen P. Cotton, Kempton: Margaret M. Harlow, Rojkert' K. Kemp, tuciie G. Ri-chman, Elizabeth M. Speneer. - Sharpsville: Otto H. Hughes. , Tipton: Kenneth E. Allen, Harry-.H. Binkley, Alice J. Brady, John H. Cochran, Martha .Col-, lina, Bobert'"'!: Collin? (dental school,! Indianapolis), Hanson S. Olfford, Jr.; Troy N. Hutto, Flor-( ence J-- Richmah, Tictqr'G^Small, Gerald'Todd . ~j \\ ,_' "/^tadfall:S Robert ^W. Cutrie, Harold*!.. ,'Ericlon, Ejigeniai M. Nunemaifer'.sLouiri .NJUlfftf. " - • " - •' • 1 that the Governor' would prefer i to let the 1932 prize go"^to 'sohiei i other Democrat. It is believed : here that Mr. Roosevelt desires: to; SURGEON |NOT NEEDED! test'fully his\conyictio'n' that ;iie,.' - I i ; will'be able to regain-ihc.use of; —i — j his crippled limbs with | ; | tinuation of treatment' at .Warm Wanita Maple, the 20-iuonths- j Springs. Ga., which lie purchased - London... April 2 bare announcement of unsatisftu - f'olumlms. O.. April 29. — Shooting started in the idle house <n" the Ohio state-penitentiary, today. The convicts ronfii ed to this | cidl block have been in revolt since ^ j the disastrous fire of Esster Mon- GRAVE day, when 321) men locked in their epfls were burned to death. Guards, stationed in ;he ettard . room opening into the "white Behind a city." were shooting into ih? cell block. The prisoners made a cin- tory conduct -by % Gai'wahli native certed effort to rush the .guard troops in the rioting at Peshawar ; room and gain the main Wednesday, observers this after- ;They also tried to break noon saw a con- ''""sequent in India. Until now there has been noi word that loyalty -of the native Andley Maple | near Sbarpsville. | j With his hopes of a-ciire ful- ; troops. or ; Sepoys. ever had been swallowed a pencil clasp Monday j filled, however: Governor Roose-i'l ilestioi,pl1 - despite their having evening and after' being bfougiit j velt would be available for tjiej l)<>en called on at various times to to the otficn'o't a Tipton physi-i first; prize of his party''in- l'93G.! D ut down ' disturbances growing threat of mutiny, with .'"s lother doors. Thb guards new danger to peace -opened fire when the ma|ss of con­ oid daughter of Mr. andj .'Mrs»j wH.h that object in view. virtsi made a break for libertv. Mare than 200 rounds were -fired! into the block front autonia- -. tic rifles. entrance. i out from STIXXETT RELATIVES HKRE cia'ir. where an x-ray located it, lodged crossways in the adsopha- gus, she was r lshed to the; Methodist hospital to have it rqinoved: Just after reaching the hospital and before the;: could operate the iclasp passed into the stomach giving the child the first relief. | 116 then would lie r>l,• an younger than that of-,many- most men 'who have entered Presidential race. . • agei out of Mahatma Gandhi's i civil Father, ltro(h »T and f'oiasin Seek - or : disotiedience campaign, the j ' [The Sepoy -mutiny of 1S57 is -'"Still too fresh in British memor- Scntinient Apiinst Man. Monday, William Stinnett, the father of Briney Stinnejtt, Hobbs 1 i Various names have figured; in. ies not to make the government ',,„„,, hamUt accompanied by a this preliminary-gossip:. One j.of i liere'worry at anything implying ; son nnt j a nep h eWi th e latter an them is that of former: Governor j loss' of discipline among the na- | attorney, was here fron Nirhols- Alfr'cd E. Smith of New york.jtive soldiers. , viile,; Ky., meeting perstins at tho The physipialns are hoping, thtit j \othiiig has developed jto • iiitli-j The Garwahlis are recruited : CO nrt house, i foreign snlistalico '.will .pass- nat- j e » t " e . a ">* widespread mo'veraentUo] from the hill men of Rajputana, 1 The elder Stinnett sjtatrd urally from thb stomach ,ahd she was brought to'-the. home;. Sh'e will be taken again Tuesday ation unless it time. Officers and to the ' hospital night for. an oper- has passed by that INSPECTED BANKS. Noiilesville Bankers Wore. Tipton Visitoirs Tuesday. : . ! directors • of the Citizens State bank at Noblesville were in Tipton Tuesday mspept- ing the Citizens National : Bank and -flie Farmers Loan .& Trust. The visiting bankers. have - ^plans tor tbe remodeling of their institution and .they wished to,see the recently rebuilt Citizens Nations;? and v nlso the-Farmers - Loan— & Trust wWch is 1 provided with ruhr ber-proof steei wire and steel plate equipment. : - i v ' Among^the visitors was Pi O. Duncan,- former Tipton citizen: r- ? • si* i i Conteat Decided. C :.' c; '•' '•'-:, ^ 'c ^fk impression prevails that, the delegates, to the' national convention of 1932 from the.last two states may be expected to .vote for "him, find that even if Governor Ropse^ velt shou-id he brought- forward by the New York -delegation, i'i will be strongly impregnated wijh Smith'sentiment. -..''• j!.; i The names;off.potential ndmi- . (Continued on Page 2). the and are a professional military I purpose of thsir visit hdre was to caste of fine physique, proud of;ascertain the sentiment ntateM their uniform and military sen--, the son and brother. in this com- snch that lantry." on many battle' fields. nominate him again,.but he has a strong follpwjng'"-among party workers in Ne\y' • Yor,k), Massachusetts and Pennsylvania. • The! f ce . They have, proved their gal- 1 munity. whether it was I an effort to secure his release on ith oppo- | parole would he met 'tion. Stinnett, who was witih Stanley "i -i 't r-e ' J •- 'The;comaieiicial contea^: held\at Muncle"j3atorday in- whith iMlaa' Ruth KVlley ^dausbteA "*— v — a Mrs. H V .ey ;^rfc ^i tbisdi^icVfiht ^tnrf sail] Argentine Paper Says Monroe Doctrine / Is Non-Existent; Just Chance Phrases Buenos .Aifes, April 29. —.Laj the republics of the'Americau con- Prensa, commenting on -the ire-i^'nent. then there can be ;io •case for a refusal of recognize the Bombay, India, April 29.—-! Orthodox-;Hindoos and untdiicli- ables clashed before the temple ; Cantield and Everett V|'alker on at Nas'ik-Sunday. The untouch- • their first visit to the Hobbs- Stat a able's ' held a - demonstration ; Br, a It on the morning ot April a, against the liigher caste Hindoos j 1923J. was .sentenced to- 1 ffenty -ftTe finally drawing from them a'lyear.-j imprisonment by Judge, bombardment of stones and dirty j Brenton Devol. of Franl fort, who iv.-as sp fial judge at hk trial. ' TUere is a qnestiox as ^lo ! v. hetner tht. man is eligible to Irele, as he was sentemed undeir 1 the law which precludes a, parole, according to some of the local j bar members. Stinnett was sentenced in May, 192C, and has. not been conSoed water. one ycir It is doubtful If cent speecli~of-Dr. L. G. Rowejidi-| rector^ general of the ^Pan: American Union, on.-, the Monroe doc-- t,rine;• says .that no .-such;docirlne lias ever existed and - that United -equality" of- sovereign republics" j»nd. Haiti, Cifba and .Nicaragua, jw'hieh; have beeni recognized as Independent sovereign:naiions, can hot be.interferedVwith- by foroa,?' States "has merely, sought.-by,'..ca-TLa Prensa continue*. v pricfous-phrases in„a presidential] ^"All the niceties of language ni68*ago-"of 1823,to glvi a itfdVsianwhereby it is-sought to embrace defect to a thesis which is nothtogi w, l Mn the..so-oalled doctrine the -• <! ---'' 1,1 • -" r; " - " '*^ordjara of occupatihn/and'• treaties r«fCe ^layMnent 'fan -lio^KiBK : more , ^marleaniism. ^ a nd ->; infernat ional headway could be made republic.-.| (nB p aro l e for the imin at tbte ' timej sven were he ellgiple to pant-role.! which some do no^ thinl ts< the case. ^^^Ukofept's'.-the'i ^^'^Ithout a ^declaration of war 1 ^^^^^ Xow At Ho Miss Lois Bozell Elisabeth George who hawr- 1 residing on South IW«I *.• during the winter, are • homes of their parent*.. ell Is the daaghter .eC^ KraJjlohR Bosell,; .WallW ewtraw. WW^r •aatWlti in seenr-

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