The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana on May 8, 1930 · Page 5
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The Tipton Daily Tribune from Tipton, Indiana · Page 5

Tipton, Indiana
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Thursday, May 8, 1930
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TEH TIP-TON DAILY THZBBK2 *Aoa fit* RITZ Cary Cooper and Mary Brian in ' ! "TkE VIRGINIAN" The Greatest Outdoor Classic of the Pioneer West Ever Heard' in the Talking: Screen.. Also an All Talking LLOYD HAMILTON Comedy FRIDAY AND SATURDAY FRIDAY AND SATURDAY Gripping Love Romance of a Singing Minstrel All Music , | All Sound ~ All Dialogue HELEN TWELVjETREES and FRED SCOTT in "The Grand Parade" A gripping story of old-time minstrelsy, with its pageantry and parade—a heart-breaking love theme —joys, tears, laughter—a picture that will live long in the memory of allwho see and hear it. ALSO PATHE SOUND NEWS, FABLES, REVIEW Extra—SPECIAL—Extra Friday Night, Saturday Afternoon, Saturday Night The Merchants' Gift Shop ^(Picture Program Only on Friday Afternoon), Nearly $1,000 in Merchandise Free! 300 VALUABLE ARTICLES OF MERCHANDISE GIVEN AWAY IN CONJUNCTION WITH PICTURE PROGRAM. The feature of. each show will be the distribution of 100 prizes given by the Tipton merchants. Every one entering the theatre will be given a ticket which carries a chance at one of these prizes. — ON THE STAGE : .. „ THE MYSTERY MAN Who Spent Eight Years in the Underworld as a Gangster—See and Hear Him. SPECIAL CHILDREN'S MATINEE SATURDAY Lecture on law and order, that it does not pay to violate the law, given by -The Mystery Man, who knows by experience. This lecture has been-given in 3,000 high sciools and colleges in the United States. NO ADVANCE IN ADMISSION Matinee -^rlOc and 25c Evening—15c and. 35c. . Mrs. • Ed Simmonds entertain- \ ed'the Tuesday Afternoon club at ; lier home on North Independence street Tuesday afterndon with 17 , twelve o'clock dinner Wednesday and the occasion was enjoyed very much by the guests. Those present were Mr. and Mrs; Henry Webber, Mrs. William Mann, Mrs. Jane Williams and Mr. and Mrs. ! Murphy and; children. Xcw Hope Ladies' Aid. Miss Blanche Powell of New of the members preseht to-enjoy i Hope was hostess*-, for the May a happy afternoon. Some business j meeting of the Ladies' Aid so- features were taken care of dur-j ciety of the New Hope Christian ing the meeting and the remaind- j church AVednesday afternoon. The members and nine visitors were present to have part in the business session and to enjoy the social features following. Mrs. Peru; Mrs. Claude McNew and j Ethel Bozell, president, had Mrs. Will Simmonds of Tipton. ! charge of the business session cr of the afternoon gitven over "•- social features. Special guests for •noon were Mrs. Clydj the after- je ^Barr of At the .close of the afternoon, dainty refreshments with the season were in keeping served. and the discussion of Aid activities. Social . and entertainment features for the afternoon included readings by Miss Grace Ann I Gasho. Mrs. Mary Cochran also I gave a reading especially approp- Mr. arid Mrs. Ed MJurphy enter- j rjate to Mother's. Day, a, beauti- Dinner Guests. hostess served refreshments of ice cream and cake. Guests were Mrs. Will Powell and'Mrs. Oris Kinder of Noblesville. The next meeting of the society will be with Mrs. Rhea Simmonds the first Wednesday in May. Children's Party. Mrs. Fred ' Bates entertained Tuesday afternoon at her home 618 Maple street af a happy children's, party for her granddaughter Phyllis Woods, who was taken to the Indiana sanitarium at Rockville Wednesday. The party was from 4 o'clock until 6:00 o'clock and during that the little guests had a wonderful time playing games and taking part in contests. They were served ice cream and cake. The little guests present to enjoy the good time with Phyllis were: Irene and Helen Woods, Barbara Webber, Florence Matern. Louisa Lee Fakes," Edith Hiatt, Bessie arid Esther Griggs, Gladys Spay, Crystal Hunt, Mabel Goins, Madonna Wells, Anna Louise Burkhardt, Elizabeth Sallee, Maxine Salee, Phyllis Gul- liqn, Virginia Delph, Helen Porter, Rose Emma Bates, Norma Jean Woods, Lucile Goins, HaTold Bates, Earl Woods and Glennie Groves. Miss Rhine Castor, county Red Cross nurse, took Phyllis Wednesday to the sanitarium where she will be given treatment for an indefinite time. Phyllis is only 7 years old, but was found to havean infection of tuberculosis. With the treatment to be given at the sanitarium this- can he overcome in a short time. The little friends of Phyllis who bade her goodby at the party are all expecting to have her back again in a few months. She. is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Woods of North East street. Merry Hustlers. The Merry Hustlers class of the First Baptist Sunday school, will be entertained Friday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Walker Davenport, 4 37 North Main street at 7:30 o'clock Every member of the class is urged to be present. Meeting of W. It. C. Regular meeting of the W. R. C. Friday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at the G. A. R.Jball in the courthouse. It is urgent that all members be present as arrangements are to. be made sending of delegates to the nual encampment to be held Wabash in June. ATTRACTED MANY. Court Room Filled When Dickover Case Was Heard. The divorce action brought by Mrs. Lulu Dickover against her husband, Fred: Dickover, created much interest'among residents of Arcadia, where the couple reside. When the case was called before Judge C. W. Mount in circuit court Thursday morning there was a larger number of spectators in the court room than there has been in many weeks. ' The case was not called immediately and in the meantime attorneys for the parties got together and effected a compromise, greatly to the disappointment of many who have resided in Arcadia for a number "of years and who have many friends there.- The only witnesses were< the resdient witness of Mrs. Dickover and herself. She testified to acts of cruelty on the part of the husband and stated it would- be iin- rossible for them longer to live '.cgether.' Judge Mount gnnted the wife :> divorce and gave her the custody -of the two children, Jean and Marion, with the provision that the husband could have them in his keeping- during school vacation. Both mother and father were given privilege to visit the children while in the .care of. the other. The custody of the eldest son, John Newton Dickover, was given to the father until further order of the court. Judge "Mount also made an'or­ der that the father pay to thp clerk of the circuit court the sum of $8.50 per week for the care of the two' children in custody of the mother, and allowed her alimony in the sum of $200, payable at the rate of $50 every six months until paid. • First payment on the support order is tc be made to the clerk on Monday, May 12, and first payment on the alimony not later than June 10. The court also .ordered 'Dickover to pay $50 to the wife's attorneys not later than July 1. CAPONE -C'LURS RAIDED. Five - Acrested, Lienor Seized Prohibition Agents. by for an- at Standerford Class. There will- be a meeting of the Standerford class of the West Street Christian Sunday school at the home of Mrs. Carl Williams^ - 209. West Adams street Friday evening at 7:30 o'clock. All members are urged to attend. Chicago, May S. — Special prohibition agents, acting under or­ ders'from Washington, raided two Capone-operated night clubs in Cicero today, made live • arrests and seized a small quantity of liquor. The Cotton C! u o, a popular re ; sort operated by Ralph Capone, brother of Al (Scarface) Capone, and the Greyhound inn, also a Capone night club, were the places raided. At the Cotton Club the raiders, led by Alexander C. Jamie, special agent, seized records which they hope may give information showing Capone's reputed connections with the beer" traffic in Cicerq. The men arrested were bartender arid waiters.- Ralph- Capone, recently convicted of fraud in connection with his income tax return, was not found. ' Back Home. taincd a number of Chi DHEUMATII I» ments, and; ination—-the pi !}ara wibich p* the kidneys, properly el Chiropractic friends at a ful tribute to Mothers. Later the ropractic Rheumatism is one of the more common ail- indicative of improper kidney elim- mary cause being spinal nerve preSi Ly shuts off the nerve energy from iving them weakened and unable to ite poisons from thelMdy. adjustments remove nerve pressure, opts np the ^ Mr. and Mrs. Brooks Delliiiger, who have spent- several months away from their home southeast of Tipton, returned Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Dellinger who have been in failing health for several months, closed their home early in the fall and were at the home of , their daughter, Mrs. Dean Froate- and family at Claypool until the first of April. They then Want to the home of their son, Lou Dellinger and family in Elwood. Both Mr. and Mrs. Dellinger are in their usual health and glad to be back home although .they have had a very fine winter. 1 turial at Indianapolis. Funeral services for Mrs. Amy Marie Foster of Elwood, widow of J. B. Foster, a civil war veteran were held at the late- residence, 1631 South A street that city Thursday afternoon and burial followed at the Washington Park cemetery at Indianapolis. • Mrs. Foster who was 81 years of age had resided in Elwood for the past 15 years. A granddaughter, Mrs. Helen dinger resides in Indianapolis arid is 1 a friend of Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Ferguson of- Tipton, they also being well acquainted-with the grandmother. Mr. and Mrs. Ferguson were grieved to learn of the passing of-Mrs.' Foster. EMDAC FURNITURE DRESSING Works Wonders O ;' f •'" UEMDAC deans—in the twinkling of an eye. A smear! A rub!. A shine! That's ail have to do with this effective cleanser and polisher. It's an emulsion-that leaves no streak behind; It brightens and preserves the finish — and the brilliant gloss it gives to furniture and lacquer surfaces is durable. Try it today— At Your Healers , SEMDAC Liquid Gloss for fioon and woodwork Standard Oil Company (Indiana} ' - . • ' \ • ' 5147 SUDAN' IS TREATY SHOAL. BITZ ATTRACTION. Two Big Daya of Free Gifts Of. : i fered at the Theatre, i Friday and Saturday, the. Bits theatre will hold Gift Day and hundreds of presents, furnished by Tipton merchants' will be given away. The affair startB Friday night and ends with the.Sat­ urday night show. There will be a matinee Saturday, afternoon and gifts.will be distributed then also. I A.-W. Ditmore, handcuff king, is in the city and-is in charge of the two-day event and will, .appear at each show to put on his 'demonstration; Saturday afternoon he will deliver a lecture oh law and order. Mr. Ditmore says that he spent eight the Chicago underworld. ' BOUGHT BUILDING. S. D. Henson Purchased' Building Offered to the City. S. D. .Henson who owns Tipton's monument .shop 'located at the corner of Independence and Jefferson streets, has purchased the building and lot Just east of the city building arid he will move his shop, to his own. property, it is understood. The property was for sale at. a reasonable price and Mr. Henson used good, judgment- in. making the purchase. . This property was offered to the city and it would have proved a good investment, no doubt, but action .was delayed -too long: Attended Funeral. Anglo-KR.v;itiim- Negotiations Reported Broken Down.! QUESTS see your porch floor first— V a coat of Kur&ea Porch Fjaint will keep it bolting new. \ Kurfees Porch and Ddrx P^t.» naoV cspecatty to -intfe-stand the fBkxzymxdiMxfi^w&ixiA the extremes of weather. & bd&Mbnauaae longer. It's cadjr ; to use. right out of the cm* Punt the porch tbu evening, after auppcr. London, May S.—The | prolonged Anglo- 1 Egyptian negotiations for a treaty were reported in well-informed quarters j this •afternoon to have broken down. The negotiators of the foreign office here had one session of nineteen hours. | Discussions have been iii' progress several weeks between British foreign office officials j and Egyptian leaders, led by the premier. '• { • .j- The chief point of disagreement apparently has beerij over the provisions.| of the treaty regarding the Sudan, which territory the Egyptian-, asserted it was impossible for them "to sign away." j j j The negotiations-were said to have been entirely friendly, but to have been) suspended'tempo­ rarily. The Egyptian delegation will leave for j Cairo tomorrow. ; A British statement said the present sessions are closed and no future meeting was arranged. : Rev. Church, pastor of ;the Goldsmith and Hopewell -Methodist churches and Mrs. Church of j Goldsmith were at Indianapolis Wednesday | and attended the funeral of Rev. Wood, a retired minister of the Methodist church with whom Rev. Church had formerly been associated in ministerial work. ' They also visited at the City Hospital with Benjamin Myers, 80 years of age, the grandfather of Mrs. Church. He has been at the hospital for a couple of weeks under observation and treatment in preparation - for an operation which it is expected will be per- foriried in another week. ' They visited with Rev. Church's mother, Mrs. Sarah Church at her home in Indianapolis before returning home. .'...'.'-. FREE CLINIC. Tuberculosis Court House May Examination at 16. the The Tiptonj County Tuberculosis Association is sponsoring another free clinic to be held at the county Red Cross nurse's rooms in the court house, Friday, May 16. The 1 clinic is for all the county and it is specially, urged that all suspects avail themselves of the opportunity of clinical examination. '"';'] Dr. Stygall, of Indianapolis, will be the examining physician and will be assisted by the 1 county nurse, arid members of the association. •' ' t Patients who have been examined, before are also asked to come' for a check -up on their case. Morning Delivery. I The Abso-Piire . Ice & Coal Company, successor 'the; J.' N. Russell Coal & Ice Co., is inau->~ gurating a new. delivery system, that will prove of benefit to their customers. Under the. new management, morning service will be assured patrons and/up until 2:00 o'clock p. m. It will be necessary now for the housewife to display her ice card early to secure this delivery. . George FreemSri of Kokomo, the new manager - of the'. Abso- Pure Ice & Coal Company who assumed his duties May 1st,'is very well pleased over the volume of business already handled by his company and believes that with the additional, delivery service,' that he can take care 'of the public in a way that will be appreciated by alU - EXAMINATIONS SATURDAY. Pupils of Parochial: Eighth Grade Schools to Take Test. County Superintendent of schools F. L. ' McReynolds announced an eighth -grade- examination for students of the parochial schools of the city to be held at the high school building Saturday. The examination will start at 8:30 and students are asked to be in their places at that time. year there was enrollment. Of jl» students in the parochial eighth grade department. • ^jTbiM will be the ft-lst test tor: students who desire a' . diploma' aho wing they - have completed* the ahjrhth grade .work and ; have H^ined" satisfactory tests:: No, 442—> Our New Full-fashioned For Only A real achievement fat value - . . No. 442 • »Uk top ro eat . . . with •U had (a Fmck ked, tool), •olt sod sup-as tat giaWdL [Taa tattwahchatiaV- Mthmmd the colon MB| JC PENNEY CO PRISON TEB3IS. Are Meted.Out by Baltzell in the Federal Court. Boy la Killed. Indianapolis,' May 8.—Four persons, two of Indianapolis and two of Lawrence, a suburb, were given federal prison sentences, others were meted out jail sentences and a large number pleaded not guilty to charges of violation of the. liquor laws when arraigned before Judge Robert C. Baltzell in federal court here yesterday. Thirty persons, indicted last week in connection with an alleged rum ring in and around Vermillion and Vigo counties, pleaded not g,uilty. Joseph Traum, alleged head of the conspiracy, was not present at the arraignment, and Judge. Baltzell said .his bond j ot-$10,000 would be forfeited if] he was not brought into court by Saturday. His' brother, Jacob, was among those pleading not guilt, trial for whom was set for June 9, at Terre'Haute. Seven persons, all of Indianapolis, were sentenced on charges of violating the anti-narcotic laws and two for auto theft. Lawrence, Mass., May 8.—Donald Donovan age seventeen, right fielder of the Lawrence High school baseball team, was killed and tour j other persons were stunned here last night as lightning struqk the grand stand; at Sullivan park. Donovan, with players of the Lawrence and Nashua, N. H., high school'teams, and fans attending the games h :id sought shelter in the stand when a thunderstorm broke. ' Extra Dividend. E. A. Foster was an Indianapolis business visitor Saturday looking after some real estate deals. Read Tribune want Ads. An extra dividend has been declared by the Indianapolis Insurance Co. In a short time $50,000 wilfbe distributed to policy holders. This dividend is in" addition to the regular dividend for 1930. j This will be the sixth time since 1915 that extra awards have been made. This company is represented in Tipton; by the Citizens National Co. NOTICE. The Abso-Pure Ice & Coal Co. will give patrons mora-. ing service; out card op early. c-186

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