The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on May 7, 1930 · Page 8
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PAOI EIGHT AFFORD BY LARGE VOTE Main Ccntest in Both | Primaries Yesterday Proved Surprised Most Ardent of Gilford Supporters; Light Vote Recorded Over the County; Prank Pyke'JGets Nomination. RACE FOR JUDGE IN DEMOCRATIC PARTY WAS OF INTEREST AND BROUGHT OUT THE VOTERS Bartholomew Wins Republican Nomination for Treasurer, and Mott for Assessor; Hutto Wins Out for Prosecutor and Will (oppose Attorney Bolton; Bozell Defeats Haskett.^ Results of tlie priinarjy Tuesday were'a surprise to many and.although certain c the totals 1 were out of toniev on the Deniocrai ford, .iaiinar Lemuel Parker Dunham defeated John! P. Heaih for the Democrat nation for clerk by a vote o to 835. John" W. Mott won the orat nomination for sessov by a vole of 6 Lee'hail GDI: Francis M. Myerly r.:!3 and Roy C. Osier 61S. Oil the Republican ticket Lon zo L. Khull defeated Francis M. Henderson in this county tor uididates were picked as winners, the ordinary. In the race for the Democratic nominal ioij for .judge of the 'Tipton circuit court, GYtm J. Clifford defeated James Purvis by a vote of 215)1 to 447. A. "\V. Bolton, candidate for prosecuting at- c ticket ran a close second to Gif- MISSINO WITNESS FOUND. Mike Bower Placed in Jail i at . Frankfort For Questioning. Mike Bower who disappeared when the trial of Clyde Jones was held at Lebanon although "Wanted as a witness' and who repeated the program when the "WANTS TO SEE WORM*. Thomas Ren-oat, Age 11, Is Held by Police Here. Thomas Rexroat, 11, who makes his home with': his mother and stepfather at Orchard Inn, on the Range Line road, is still in the limelight. Sheriff Devault hearing of C. J. Cudahy, accused:™ 18 at Kokomo and brought the accomplice of Jones, was held in ) : *>oy^from' tlut place Monday, after Frankfor was picked up. at ttot| he_had waftdefed away place Monday and placed in jail Tuesday night -the lad I Was It developed at the hearings of; Jones and Cudahy that when I f cmnd there again and Mrs.1 Fern TEXAS TOWNS Fourteen Killed When Raging Twister Sweeps Center of State. TELEGRAPHER- HONORED/' C:. I. Turner On 'Way to Los An, geics For Convention.' Jones was found at the Cudahy home, the latter was intoxicated on liquor purchased from Bower, j Bower was arrested on a Circuit Court bench- warrant charg- | ing bim with selling intoxicating) liquors. Dearth, probation officer, may take charge of the lad and try to J find him a home. The little fellow has made friends with the po- I lice and they are puzzled as toj what to do with him. ! BELIEF TRAIN IS SENT Rockne's Illness. RE ILL | South Bend, May 7.—The ili- •ness which confined Knute K. j Rockne Notre Dame football coach i to his bed during most of last season, was caused by an infected tooth, the 1 Rev."' Fr. Charles L. O'Donnel, president of the university, revealed in an address i Monday night before the Notre Dame Club of St. Joseph Valley in the university dining hall. Todd hv a vote of 1937 to 518/ Harlow had 93 and Hen- Demo- countjy as- M.'Lahdy K. Leader of Freneh Army in Early Part of War Is Believed Dying. WAS FAMOUS WARRIOR nomi-j 0 f 170. l,G»2! r y 34. f Elmer P. Schell, present Democrat trustee of Wildcat township defeated James Graham for the j nomination by S7 votes, this beM . ing unofficial as number 4 had J parish May 7.—The serious ill— not turned in this morning. In I ness Q { Marshal Joffre, who re- three precincts to vote was: • turned from southern France a Graham 113, Schell 194. 'week ago, was made known last While the vote was light as Slate .Senator by .1. vote of !)S9 to compared with a. general election Reports from Hamilton Shull 1 county r.l midnir./U stated was leading in that county Frank .1. Pyke won the Repub lican nomination for jud a vote of S33. Fletcher had 2S.S voles, and Culver had n77. Troy Till to won. the Republican nomination for Prosecuting attorney over Robert E. JRoode, by a vole of 1,(135 to fil2 Thomas li. Bartholomew won the Republican nomination for treasurer by a vole of s |-J7. to S2u for Patchelor. In Cicero township John it was larger than was expected, and was larger than the vote in the May primary of 192S at which time about 4,000 votes were with P°l !ed - This year there were more than that number. IX CONGRESS. Those Alrendy In No Trouble in Office Have Primary. nomination zcll w«in the Trustee on the Democrat 'by a vole of 550 lo 4 6!) opponent Ilix •)... ll.-iskelt. In Madison township wh| tercst was keen, Kraut Ho- for ticket by his pre m- \ckels de- or t lie feated .lames \V. Swinford nomination for trustee byia vole of 234.to 224. j Sa.m Hinds, present trustee, defeated Pearly B. Resslir for the Itcpubliruu nomination for trustee by a vote of 158 to 89 in Madison township. Republicans had for trustee, the votes were; lows: Mrs. Lulu Cage 31; Indianapolis, May 7.—The po- '. litical fences of the present Indi'• ana delegation in congress ap- yn.rently held fast in yesterday's ; primary election. '. When the election is held next November the thirteen men who 1 now represent the state,in the lower house at Washington will again be in the field as candidates to succeed themselves,. unless more complete returns provide some unexpected upsets. The- primary was a were formality in the ease)'of five Republican and two' Democratic con- 1 gressmen who were unopposed, j James W. Dunbar from the Third (district, Fred S. Purnell.from the night. The celebrated marshal of France, who is 78 years old, had to be assisted from a train to his automobile when he arrived and gave strict orders that no information be issued of his whereabouts. • J His weakness was marked and it was evident he had aged greatly during his absence. He did not take up residence at his city home in Passy, indicating he would be at his country estate. at Louveciennes, near Paris, but his estate there was barred to keep outnewspaper man land telephone queries went unanswered. In Libertv township where the four candidates \ Nint1 '. n - Wood fronl t,le as fol-i Tenth, David Hogg from the Fr . (nk i Twelfth and Andrew J- Hickey S. Pugh Luther Holer 201. and Albert N. Wooldridge The vote 011 the Republican members for advisory bo: Liberty was as follows: son, 237; Herro'n 245; I. aiid Wilburu 213. from the Thirteenth were the five Republicans who gained the nominations without contests. ;iril in' Tlle Democrats unopposed were Header- 1 -Arthur K. Greenwood from the 264 [Second and Harry C. Canfield j from the Fourth. Kokomo Group Meeting. FARM BOARD PLAN ENDORSED Co-operatives Will Get Be .hind Relief Program of the Government. IS AN IMPORTANT MOVE ee In Prairie township Guy Graw for the Democrat nomina- j votes tion for assessor had 212j to Denton Scudder's 113J The race for the Democrat nomination for trustee in Prairie was: an interesting one and won by Arthur Adler with a vote Me-' Tne Ninth district was another that produced no race,. Fred S. Purnell of Attica, Republican incumbent, being withdut opposition, as aJso was Harry L. Matlock, Democrat, of Kokomo. !- A. Bridge Dentist Tipton, Indiana, If Ton Need a Security Loan Or Money to Pay Taxes See WEATHER—Probably showers tonight and Thursday. The Kokomo group meeting of the Woman's Foreign Missionary society of Logansport District, will be held at the Methodist •church in Windfall Thursday, May 15tli in an all day meeting. Mrs. R. L. Wilson '*t Windfall '*s. president.of the district and h-s arranged the program as" follows: 10 a. m. Song, congregation; devotions, Rev. Turbeville of Kokomo; music. Windfall! Parts of the Whole,. Auxiliary presidents; Forward Together, Mrs. Ben Kendall; departmental conference; * 10:45, The children's half hour with Miss Pauline Place. .Sermon by Mrs. A. II. Radius of Peru; noontide prayer, Mrs. Plonglr of Kempton; dinner in the basement of the; church 12:45, song, "followed 'with scripture, Mrs. Pendergrass; prayer, Mrs. Mohler; awarding banner; business,-Mabel Michel, Mrs. R. L. Wilson; music, Windfall; address by Missionary, Miss Pauline Place; collection; demonstration, ".The Magic Box" Greentown; consecration service, Rev R. L. Wilson; benediction. Chicago, May 7.—.Livestock cooperatives moved yesterday to participate in the' government's agricultural relief program, voting to accept the farm board's set-up of a National' Cooperative Livestock Marketing Association": Representatives of cooperatives which, it is estimated, handle 52 per -cent of all livestock marketed cooperatively in the nation, voted to approve the '^program. The farmers' union and the Central Livestock Producers' Association declined to joi?i because of certain provisions! they did not approve, but efforts will be made to reach accord. Delegates .chose three incorporators for, the million -dollar organization which will be formed under Delaware law. They also chose a slate, of sixteen directors to be elected by the incorporators under the by-laws of the concern. Dallas, Tex., May 7.—At least fourteen persons were believed killed late yesterday, in tornadoes which struck Texajs, centering m the central part of j the state near Waco and extending as far south as San Antonio. I High wind storms, hail and rain were reported . from ' many other sections' of the state. The only dead person identified was J. C. Kleespies, iron worker at Randolph field, near San Antonio. " | I.-*' He WAS fatally injured when a windstorm struck the field, iin ! juring fifteen other workmen.! • The entire: business district! of Frost, a town of 1,000 population in^Navarro county, was wiped but and at least four persons killed, according to :B,' N. - George, who returned to JBlcomin^ Grove from the stricken city and telephoned his information to Coi-si- cana with a request for aid. ; George said he -counted four bodies and said he believed many more were buried in the debris of business buildings. The storm apparently aid little damage in the residence section. George added that many injured were in thej streets crying •for help.- Physicians and ambulances were dispatched ,to the town from half a dozen neighboring cities. Corsicana sent a special train. j \ \ Fragmentary telephone messages received by the Waco News Tribune indicated the death of at least nine persons in McLennan, Hill, and Navarro |county communities. The Tribune's reports showed one dead i near Abbott, three at Bynum, two at Mertens and three near Brookins. C. I. Turner of Ambia, formerly principal of .the Third Ward school in Tipton, left Tuesday for Losi Angeles to attend the national: convention of Order of-Railway; Telegraphers... Mr._ Turner was! re-elected quite, recently as acting general chairman - for. the association for the ' Ljake Erie and j Clover Leaf divisions of the' His term is. for i Nickel Plate. : ! : • • three years. Mr. Turner has been station agent ati Ambia for many, .years. Body Found. Indianapolis; May 7—-The.body! of a man whose description; offl-j cials said, tallied with that of Charles JGhambers/ age fifty-six, 2933 Hillside avenue,, who had been missing several days, was found in Fall creek near ' Macpherson iavenue, Wednesday. The man was Wearing shell-'rimmed glasses, dark trousers,, a- blue shirt and black Oxfords, def- tails of the description given -of Chambers at the time he left home. It was said that Chambers had ;been ill and despondent for some time. Methodist Choir. The choir of the Kemp Methodist: church will nieet Thursday evening at 7:30 o'clock at 'the church for rehearsal. It is very urgent that all members-of the choir and also those having special numbers are requested to be* present. ' HOGS 15c HIGHER. lip I'riie Was $10.50 Wednesday 'altie Steady. Indianapolis, Ind., May 7.—Receipts on. hogs, 4,000; there was an advance of 15c, with the top $10i50. ' Cattle were steady, top for 'calves $11.00, and sheep and lambs were steady. - Fine Baby Girl. Widow Gives Cincinnati U. Fund as Memorial to Charles P. Typewriter ribbons for all machines. Tribune Press. We Will Make £o4ia on FURNITURE Oft, ••: ] MAY ll* * to makt the occasion memorable! Cincinnati, O., May 7.— -Mrs Annie Taft, sister-in-law of the late Chief Justice.William Howard Taft, yesterday gave $2,000,000 to the University of Cincinnati as a memorial to her husband, Charles, P. Taft, philanthropist and publisher, who died last December. The fund will be used to further the study of humanities in the college of liberal arts and the graduate school. IlreakB Ann In Fall. Clasine, the 3-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Wimmer of Windfall suffered a broken left arm above the elbow Monday evening when he fell from. the cement fence In .front of tbe Dr. E. B. Moser home. Dr. B. V. Chance W&B called and dressed the injured member placing it inj splints. Scarlet Fever. The home of Leslie Cllne of near Kempton Is under quaran tine. Their littfcr daughter, Mary Francis, 4.year old . Is afflicted with the disease - and word from the nome 1 Monday afternoon was that she ,was - getting along very nicely. ' ^ r '\ 92,000,000 TAFT GIFT. Mr. and Mrs. Armon Helmeth of Windfall are the parents of a fine baby girl that was born Monday night. The little Miss weighed 7V& pounds and iwas given the name of Mildred Helmeth. .. : j j The proud fatlier is employed at the Romack Hardware store. BASEBALL RESULTS 1 American Association. Indianapolis, 7; Minneapolis, 2. Toledo, 12; Milwaukee," 3. j • St. Paul, 7; Louisville, 1 (called in sixth, rain.) j . Columbus at Kansas-City, rain. American League. Chicago, 4; Boston, 3. j Philadelphia, 4; St. Louis, jl. Cleveland, 7; New York, 6. Washington; 5; Detroit, 4. 1 : Taken to Hospital. Rev. Russell Siferd was taken to the St. Vincent hospital at Indianapolis Wednesday morning and will undergo an operation for appendicitis. Rev. Siferd has been under observation for some time -and It' was thought'beet that his appendix be removed at once. He was. accompanied by Dr. Burkhardt, Mrs. Siferd and his mother. :. , 1 Parker Vote Today. Washington,Mfay 7—The senate will Vote at 1 : JO o'clock - this afternoon .on the severely - con^ tested nomination of Jndge John J. Parker'of North Carolina, to tbe supreme 'court with the result beliaved' to, fctng* on. three senators still in* the donbtfnl National League. New York, 11; |Pittsburgh, 9. Boston, 4; Cincinnati, -3. 1: Chicago, 3; Brooklyn, 1. | Philadelphia at| St. Louis, rain THOR and EASY WA8BSR8 ' y Wife Saving Service T 71 NOTICE. We Have a Wcilf lighted Park- inc 8rnw fa the Bear of j ) Oar Store. j BARGAIN GROCERY Chicago, III., May 1.^— Receipts on hogs, 15,000;^ held oyer f| 5,000; the market was steaily with the top 1 §10.25"; there were 9,000 cattle and 14.000 sbeep. Local Grain Market. (Hohbs Grain Co.) No. 2 Soft Wheat .92 Oats !35 New Corn. No. 4 yellow, • per 100 lbs. . 1.00 Iiocai frortcoe Market. (Moore &' Moore) Butter l 36c Eggs _i __20c Indianapolis Produce Market. Eggs—Indianapolis - Jobbers - offer country shippers for strictlf fresh stock, delivered at Indianapolis, loss off, 20c a dozen. iPoultxy —- Jobbers paying for fowls, 4% lbs. up, 21c pound; Leghorns, 17-18c; broilers, 1% to 2^ pounds, 23-27c; sick;-cull and humpback poultry not bought; roosters, 7-16c; ducks, .8-10c; geese,' full-feathered, 7,c;. guineas, young, $6 a dozen; old, $4; squabs, 11 pounds to the dozen, $4.50; old pigeons, 75c dozen. j Butter—Jobbers' selling prices for ; creamery butter, fresh firsts No. 1, 40r414c a pound. Butter Fat — Indianapolis buy- era are paying 38c a pound delivered atl Indianapolis. :. - ; MIXED DANCING : 1 " Wednesday,May 1 •'• \ POLO ON SKATES i ELWOOD vs. MUNCIE I j Friday May 0 -1 ! BASEBALL Sunday, a P. M., Perfect Circles ( [ vs. Greentown Cdbs. ' GENTRY BROS, CIRCUS ! i." May 14. . . SAND ISLAND Bee Us Before Ton B «r Y« ! Tires arid Accesaoriea H. J.D0HRADER4CO. 141 K. JeCenoB. HAS THE "MOTHER" IN YOUR HOME A h CHECKING ACCOUNT | If not, what~better time than this/ on the eve of Mother's Day, to provide her with a bank account of her own, so that she miy pay the household bills in i a systematic; sensible and trouble-saving way? '.; Sixty-five per cent of all purchases are made by; mothers. They should <be paid by means of check. Why not open a checking account for your own mother, or the mother of your children, today? j i THE BANK OF THE PBOPIB A Voluntary Member of the Federal Reserve System Only Bank in Tipton County Under Both [Mate end Federal Supervision. ; We Are Now Shov7ing Ten Beautiful Patterns for Your Selection at $1.00 yd. 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