The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on May 3, 1930 · Page 4
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The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana · Page 4

Tipton, Indiana
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Saturday, May 3, 1930
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SAY CAPONE HAS SAILED. tMSLt Ship OJRcialaDeclare He Has • Left Havana for New York. |r 3 A— A ma l'laii Jaunt.Out of Xow York I- Tho Thirst. New York, May aid Tribune says the Cunard line Havana, S^iy 3 .4— A man who United Fruit Company 1 officials say | was Alptionse Gapone sailed for New-York-on-^ihe steamer Toloa at 1- o'clock; Thursday morning under the name, of 'Anthony Penopato. Capone, it is said, went away feeling resentment against local newspaper men, who, he declared had treated him badly after he had done many favors for them. A local Spanish 1 paper said the United States Embassy had asked that the gangster be requested to leave Cuba. Embassy officials would not confirm this report. Capone had been pointed out on all sides because of his orgy of spending money while here. Cabaret entertainers, bellboys and other hotel attache bene­ fitted by large tips and presents Capone and his companions, who were taken in secret to the police station early Wednesday morning soon after their arrival at their hotel after a night spent " ! in local cabarets, are said to have The Her-i Members of the Indiana Farm j told police that they came here ! Bureau have been, informed re-1 Ior pleasure only, and denied any lor j On Tax Question Being Sent I (Farm -Bureau Members. with permission from the State • gardihg The 'positions of Legisla-I connection with liquor running Department, is planning to char-{live candidates in their respec -j activities or ter three ships of its .Associated j Uve counties according to an 'an-' houses here. Anchor line to'the National Tours j riouncement made by Lewis Tay -I ' —~ opening i gambling Company, which will opera'te! lor .| director of the tax and legis-; them on a series of three five-djay] la t iv e department at Indianapo-j '•lis. A Hospiptal Case. ihe cruises out of New York and re-j turn without-touching at any oth ,er port, all of the time 'to passed at sea. Aside from the unusual plan sending a liner to sea without set destination. , the nowspai: says. American shipping men wines large supply of liquors, ale, stout and beer. Foreign ships are allowed seal'while in territorial waters L, S. Lealherman was an In 1 I When young Roscoe WTlkins, Attitudes of the candidates re-j'soiv of Mr. and Mrs. George Wil- ga.rding the holding of a state i kins, Jr., of near Hobbs, was tak- comsiitutional convention, oppo- 1 en to Goldsmith Friday morning of! sition. to bills in the next legis-'for a tonsil operation by Dr. Cot- aj lature-.that ^wpuld make neces-]ton his condition was found'to TJ» crjsary an:increase i n property tax- ! ,such that hospiptal care was reeves, and the enactment of tax laws! quified. He was taken to the in the coming cruises something- tlle ; proceeds of which would be, Mercy hospital at Elwood and new in the way of .rblieving tjhe. used to replace part of the pres-jwas operated by Dr. Cotton Sat thirsty, bee-'use the ships carry a : ent property taxes, are given.; urday morning. ! Questions regarding these .mat- j ters were suhmitted to all legislative candidates of the state re- The young man was employed at the Perfect Circle plant in to|lative candidates of the state re-; Tiptori, but has been off duty carry an unlimited supply of. l£q-: cently and the replies form the| for tl)ree months on account of nor provided they keep it under: basis of the information that is'j nlness His jlftess nas been dit£i . being submitted to the farmers of the-state. This information is being furnished to presidents and secretar- . ics of the various county farm ' bureaus which officers are being j directed to immediately call anapolis business visitor day morning. li- Satnr- best prices. Fred Losey. Phone 50.1 for taxi service and; meetings of township officers who tf!in turn'are to impart the infor- : | mation ' direct to the farm bu- i j reau-members. Mr. Taylor states! the P° isonin B ; that a large majority of the can• didates responded "to the ques- TSnlAII apAlinffsr i tionn ! aire an( * that the replies in HlflUll V'tFlflllV ' most] instances were very favor- 1 ; able to the farm bureau program ; of legislation which is designed Prosecutor Bolton's denialI ofi to relieve farmers of burdensome the Purvis cliarge is political linnk property ta'xes. and provide cult to diagnose on account r-f complications but he is in a serious run down condition and suffering with dropsical complications. It is believed the infection of the system is due to the tonsils and these were removed Saturday | morning, in hopes of relieving To the Voters ol Tipton Coonfy —he is irying. to pass ilic hueii to equalities in jliving standards. Sheriff Devanlt. At the police station at Kr. ko nio. Thursday morning the charge that Prosecutor Bolton dejiies through tiie press, was confi to me as the truth by an ofii; I called at the office of Glen] Hillis and had a tall; with him Hillis has charged Purvis conspiracy to coemmit a felony and iixed the amount at $|00 Hillis says that the prosccutio Purvis is with the Tipton cotknly officials, particularly the pijo'se- Leather .purses make fine graduating presents for the ladies; firmed i a ' s0 uooks £or tne J'oung man. c-193 leer. | See them at Trittschuh's. R-i prosecute Tedam Purvis. Prosecutor Bolton can not A what Hillis and police officers me and I am asking ynu, Mr. At the Diana. MI;STREET ASSESSMENTS. , . Monday, May 5th, is the last day to receive payments on street improvement as- cuting attorney, who has failed to' sessments. After Monday delinquent charges, must be CI1V rnade. All taxpayers who are itoidiimyinff urtder the Barrett Boi-ilaw are urged to make pay ton. if you refused to prose mite; ments MondaV Tedam Purvis because you were a; ITATTT QUTTVT candidate to succeed yourseljf as! i nAML 9WUl, prosecuting attorney. jHerte is the status of the Case- as I gathered from my conversation with Mr. Hillis: That the conspiracy of Tedam Purvis with I Hickman and Jumper,.-residents of] When the "Cohens and Kellys" aren't waiting for a Kelly they are waiting for a Cohen. George Sidney and Charlie Murray, famous stage and screen comedians, piayed the leading roles in the first ] and fourth of the hilarious Universal series, the latest of which "The Cohens and. Kellys in Scotland" comes to the Diana theatre Sunday and Monday. Producction of the first of the.series, "The Cohens and Kellys," was held up for nearly a year because Charlie Murray was unable to get out of previous stage and screen contracts. When the picture was j ^rnade, Universal executives de- I cJared the results more than justified the delay. .Kokomo, was" committed in was ton county; the wire was stolen in Howard county, taken to another county, the insulation burned off and wire cut in lengths so Tedam Pur\-is could pack the wire -iti rels and the stolen property (delivered to Purvis in Tipton county. " Hillis is trying to make a case of conspiracy to commit a felony by Tedam Purvis. t. I that Icourt c-182 City Treasurer. Tip- TO REPUBLICANS— Francis M. Henderson . The same thing happened to "The Cohens and Kellys in Scotland." Production was delayed for months because George Sidney couldn't.get away, due to th^ stage success which he was scoring in "Kibitzer" on the stage. And the picture,-Universal executives again declared, more than made up for the jdelay. < As I see it, the only thing] will give Howard circuit jurisdiction over Purvis is thfe fact that the conspiracy was made with residents of Kokomo to commit a felony. ' j Mr.' Hillis can not prosecute Te­ dam Purvis for receiving stolen goods for the reason the goods were received in Tipton county. The prosecution lies with Tipton county officials, according tlo Mr Hillis. Mr. Bolton, as you, are asking to • be .re-elected to the office ot prosecuting attorney of - Tipton] coun bar- jhe Farmer Candidate for State Senator for Boone, Hamilton and Tipton Counties. Stands for lower tax an farmer and lot owner; more home rule in local affairs. Favors,all reasonable and expedient measures for en forcement of the prohibition amendment ! Thinks there are tbo many boards fin the ; state home; wouU drive soms < f thtin "' rai^ tiiavn; anltrge t^ stiii team. • E. J. Ratcliffe, William Colvin and Lloyd Whitlock also have important parts in the cast. Indefinite Visit. PUBDiri: BUMMER COURSE. More Tban 700 ed to 'Attend! Stndenta Expect. Thl» Summer; Lafayette, Ind.,—May S.— More than 750 students are ex pected to attend the L eighteenth annual summer session of Perdue University which opens June 12 and continues through Aug. 13, 1930, according to Dr. G. U. Brandenburg, director of the summer session. A faculty and staff of 114 will be on hand to take care of the increased enrollment and will offer courses in agriculture, home Trial education, vocational, education, as well, as academic courses and courses . for credit toward advanced degrees. i To meet the needs of ' certain individuals who-find it impossible to leave their work for Uie entire summer, a number of short intensive courses in farm management, organization and administration of vocational education, advanced animal nutrition, and architectural-drawing will be offered for the first time during the 1930 summer session. A two weelcs course! in the psychology of personality will he given by the educational department and a 10 day, non credit, course in lunch room management will be offered by the department of home economics. . The second annual two weeks school for-rural leaders will be held at Purdue from July 14 to July 26 for the purpose of giving additional training to .persons who are now serving as rural leaders and to young people who are preparing for leadership in rural communities. Regular work offered at the Purdue summer session is equivalent in method,, content and credit value Jto^that of the regular academic session. Regular, class and laboratory periods are doubled in each -course in order to . complete* the work required for the regular semester credit. Four summer sessions may count as one year of residence. THE DEATH TOLL. Desolation Murks Path of Tornadoes of Thursday. Chicago, May 3.—Scenes " cf desolation today marked . the paths of tornadoes and storms wheih curveted over nine states of the Middlewest Thursday, leaving twenty-three persons dead and scores' more injured and homeless. The. whirring black funnel of the tornado dipped to four widely" separated places—Tekaham, Neb., Westby, Wis., Norborne, Mo., and Russell, la.—and . cyclonic winds dealth death elsewhere in the affected area. Property damage, it was estimated, ran into seven figures. Tekamah, Neb., had four dead; Norborn, Mo., five; Russell, la., one; .Westby, Wis., one; Lake City, Minn., three; Duluth, Minn., two;, Kickapoo, Kan., two; Lawton, N. D., one; j Rockford, 111., one; Galesbirrg, 111., one; Chicago, one, -and Antioch, 111., one. REALTY CHANGES. I-Transfers of >Pit»perty Daring the Week Ending SMordiy Kfiqr S ' An examination of the.records in the office of Mrs. Merlin Maish, county recorder for the: week; ending. May- 3, show \that real estate changes were not numerous and other .items affecting, the title of property was'at a low ebb. J ' i . Irvin Myers has conveyed to C. 5. Norris lot 16 in East Park place for a consideration of $1- Lloyd Fuller has conveyed to Alta R. Campbell, part!of lot 4 in block 3 VanBuskirk's addition to Tipton for* a consideration of $1,500. • . [. - R. C. Marine has conveyed to Harry M. Mundell, part of outlot 50 in the original plat of Tipton for a consideration of 91. Frank Richey has conveyed to Alva Hewitt, lots -61 and 7 in block 1, Marshall addition to Nevada for a' consideration of $1. David Dunn, Sr., has conveyeo to Alta P. Dunn, lot 7 j in block 2 in J. I. Young's addition to Tipton for a consideration of 51.- T ola Coy has conveyed to Sara' 1 Hanshew, part of lot 18 in West Slwood Land Company's addition to Elwood for a consideration of ?100. | Noel Todd has conveyed to. lorence Mae Todd 6^0 acres in Wildcat township for a consideration, of $1. C" Thomas E. Dean has conveyeu 0 Guy Dean lot 5 in block 1 in lark addition to Windfall for a Consideration of $1. | Fiorence Mae Todd lias convey•d to Noel ! Todd 4 Oj acres in Wildcat township for a consid-er- ttion of SI. Florence Mae Todd has' con-eyed to Noel Todd 40 acres in Tildcat township for a consider- itioh of SI. I During the week mortgages on •eal estate to the amou'nt of S1S,- '85.49 were recorded I and five 1 i nortgages amounting !to $10,80r •ere released. f - J Five chattel mortgages were tlaced on personal property dur- 'ng the week, they amounting to "•619.44 and one chattel o 109.60 was relea: During the week two mechan- c's liens were released they -irnountin-g to $141.40 ^ . Eight assignments of mort- ages were, week. listed during the "i Gentry Brothers Circus. Premier aerialists of the circus world, the Johnson - Willard Troupe are the one . outstanding feature attraction of jthe Gentry Brothers shows, which is coming here for afternoon and night performances on May 14th. These noted flyers] •eturned from abroad have just where they Liquor Party. South Bend, Ind., May 3.—The St. Joseph grand jury, which will convene here Monday, is expected to investigate j reports of a liquor Vera'coTdonand Kate Prlc4 party attended by twenty-five high again make up the feminine half V? 1001 b °y s and ^rls at which a of the famous Cohen and Kelly "-year-old girl was attacked by Mrs. Howard Browning of Detroit, who was called here by ihe death of 'her sister, Mrs. Herman Goodman a few days ago, is remaining in Tipton-for an indefinite"* visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Falconberry and! family on Second street. Harry Falconberry of Chicago, who;' has been apending! the winter with' his gran4parenU. ' Mr. and Mrs Isaac ; ^Iconbarry, returned home laet WMI. ' several boys'On the complaint of the girl's parents, State's Attorney Harry. S.j Taylor refused . to llle affidavits against .the young people, hoiding the matter open for grand jury action School althorities in issuing ah official statement] "deplored the conduct of the -youngsters and' promised to take] drastic action if the case came within the purview of their jurisdiction With .-Gentry \Shott -B. former:. Charles 'Seward Jr., Tipton resident J and tormer '•iBtant 'DJa^iser,]; of :'. the ; ?Iir||] theatre under iMr .l.WHeefhi Proved the;]e *yl ««-'0^e;a^« met with wonderful success. j I I The women participate in many ensational feats which have made the name of Johnson-Wil-; lard famous. Double and triple somersaults are executed by the] girls, as well as the men. An add- ad novelty Is that many of the' catches are made byl a woman] which, is most unusual, as practically all the catchers are~malesi Many other big acts will be found on the Gentry Brothers program, chief among them be ing the Crandel family , Equestrians. The CrandellsJTroup :has a trio of woman riders without^tn ?qual, while Fred Crandell is] said to be the funniest riding] clown before the public. All of the. wonderful horses will be seen in the Gentry Brothers Seventy Five Thousand dollar- daily, parade. . —-j-,—r- A "MO" BUSINESS. When; Others Lag, the Indnstry Forges Ahead. (By John-F. Sinclair.)' New York, May 3.-^-TKe strtkf ing part of jthe Parajnount-Fam- ous-Lasky Corporation report for 1929' is [not the fact that the net profits almost doubled, but the fact that In the last three months of 1929, when business­ moralised- and at a standstill, the net profits of this company more than! doubled over the last three monthts of 1928, when business was booming. In the old days, when times were hard,'; the saloons got the business. From these figures it would ^eem. that in - the -hard times; of today the' movies are getting the business. Paramount's net for 1929— $15,544,000-—equals a share' oh the average number of shares outstanding in the year.. Rut-net profits for the last \quarter -of 1929 were J5,8'l2,000, as compared to $2,737,000. in the .same perod of 1928. The movies are "big" business. Paramount's balance sheet reads like] a railroad's balance sheet, with totatl assets at the end of 1929 exceeding 236 million dollars. What' of the future? Where is the ; motion picture industry moving? Has It a future as large as its past. "Their present development will] look small and insignificant twenty years from now," said Adolph Zukor in commenting on the business. A nr THE DBEMISST HE! Start Right... From the Top Col. William J.- Donovon ' of New York believes the whole bankruptcy law today is wrong, especially in the field of procedure. Eliminate the receiver, and substitute a trustee, is one sug- estion; handle it as any other business is handled; make the procedure simple . and businesslike and relieve the courts of the administrative responsibilities. Think of only $S out of every $100; finally getting to the creditors—yet that is the United States bankruptcy record hi . the last four years. In nearly two-thirds of the country's bankruptcy cases, no assets were recovered. _ SNAPS WELTS CRUSHERS HOMBURGS $1.50—$4.50 OERE are Hats you'll ad* * mire for their style, their color and their workmanship. As complements to the grey suits we offer various ihades of this color in every wanted shape. The Boston Store (A Home Owned Store for 74 Years) THIS INTERESTED US— MAYBE IT WILL YOU, TOO Bukcr III. Cleveland, O.. May -Newtoln does "hand glove* I). Baker, former secretary v/ar, is confined to his bed wiljh 1 i:n attack of bronchial pneumonia. I Mr. Baker's attejndancec at a re- rally is said to tiens. Cheap money is plentiful in the money centers. Shortly every city and town in the land should feel, its: stimulating effect. Road! contracts tota-Iing 56% million dollars were placed in January and February, as compared with 37% million dollars for' the jfirst two months of 1928. There will be no quick business recovery, however. ' The declining commodity prices of the las* few months have had' an unfavorable effect. Still business is looking up=— in spots. . The spring -acttivities have begun. Steel puttput is higher than it was four weeks ago. But cheap money increased construction, more activity in the motor car centers, are doing much to revive business from" what has been a discouraging quarter. , What mean? To say that'two" people-or or- ;cent .Democratic ganizations work together hand] have br()ugllt o;li and glove is of course to betoken a state of close intimacy or co-operation between them—as close ,as hand and!glove. The plirase is a peculiarly ' felicictous one^— there'are'few], which fit the sit'u- ation more neatly. For it we owe credit to Cowper in whose ''Table Talk," published in 1782, the expression first appears. And we are indebted to him undoubtedly for its introduction into the literary world, and thence into popular usage. the complica- Hard Coal for Brooder StOTCC Phono SS. T*CO The best speed pf the U. S- navy battleships is. aboiit- 21 knots. Anderson Circus. ]Anderson, May '3.—Anderson golfers took what refuge tee boxes ] offered yesterday when buffalos owned by a wild west circus showing here 'escaped from the circus lot, swam across White river -and ; charged . through tjhe municipal course. Cowboys pur sued the animals and succeeded in rounding them up after two- greens had been badly damaged. HOUSE PAINTS A (iiMHl Quality Fit;I"RE WITH IS REXALL DRUG STORE Last Showing Tonight Shows 7:00 to 11:00 Admission: 10c and 25c. WARNE& BAXTER in ] "The Arizona Kid" Also I 'Tafzan the Tiger'' and One Reel of Travels TOMORROW AND MONDAY . (Tomorrow Matinee at 2:15} NO ADVANCE IN ADMISSION Matinee—10c and 20c. Evening-|-10c and 25c.

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