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   Tipton Daily Tribune (Newspaper) - September 13, 1938, Tipton, Indiana                                ftered aa second class a poitofflce at under the act iTlTSilDAT T Tv FOR MAY MEAN WAR Czechs Law in Five Sudeten Towns After THREE GERMANS SLAIN Sudetens May Ask Hitler for Aid and if He Acts War Is Ciiba Sets trp Procedure for Closing Publications Presi dent Federico Laredo Bru has signed a decree setting up le gal proceedings for closing any publication that the authori ties consider has printed alarming or libelous The after affirming that all publications may cir culate freely in Cuban terri tory without previous censor provides for suspension in case a newspaper or mag azine attacks the honor of per the social order or pub lic The recent closing of the newspaper La Prensa has brought forth numerous pro tests on the grounds that the governments action was con trary to the constitution and nresent AGAIN BRITISH WILL M TO Sudeten Germans issued a sixhour ulti matum to the Czech government tonight to withdraw its declara tion of martial aw and remove all Czech police from the Sudeten The ultimatum was telegraph ed to President Edouard Bunes by Konrad leader of the who was at center of some of the worst dis It was not immediately an nounced what Henlein threaten ed to do if the ultimatum is not complied but felt certain that sanguinary fighting would break out if Hunea rejects i Czechs felt that withdrawing their police from the Sudctov would be tantamount to surrendering the territory to the Sudetens open to an nexation hre WAS MEMBER OF PIONEER FAMILY Frank Died at the County Infirmary Early BORN IN THIS COUNTY Frank been making his STATE 4H ENJIJRY IN NAIjlONAll If the Sutetens have their it was an early plebiscite under German would resultt and the territory would be lost to who had home at the county infirmary for the past three died Wednesday morning at Death Cabinet Will Decide if Par liament Should Be Called Into CRISIS Every Effort Will Be Made to Continue Negotia tions for By United are moving so fast it is impossible to tell what may an author itativesourceclose to the govern ment declared today as the heads of all Britains defense forces gathered in an urgent confer By Untied Brit ains Big Four cabinet ministers met to map out an emerg ency program in hope of staving off an imminent explosion in central They were understood to have agreed that was to be war it was urgently necessary to keep Czechoslovak minority negotiations going even if agree ment was obviously Adolf Hitlers Nuremberg in British had not ended a crisis but started one ert failing much within the past two The body was removed to the Young funeral1 home on West Jefferson he having made full arrangements for his demise si 10 lull arrangements lor uia ucuiiou Sudeten headquarters anfl pad for hig funeral aen 1CS ced that that the party had out his Own casket some time I situation that it was under TnonHorl that Dolice power in the HonncitoH his reouest lomatic quarters that either Europe was going to war ove Czechoslovakia in the end or tha the Sudeten German minority area was going to be incorporated in the German So seriously did British regard TROGKifl Send Out Pickets to Halt All Truck Coming Into the I NO VIOLENCE IS SEEN Froublei Started Over Dif ROBERT and Charles both near Stockwell in are the team which will represent Indiana in the Second National 4H Dairy Demonstration Contest at the National Dairj in October I The boys won state honors Purdue 4H Club con ducted by the State Extension Ser In their demonstrati n on testing for mastitis the boys use a cleverly constructed model of a cow which they actually They Show to at the were coached by voca tional agriculture Each of the has completed seven years of club carryingdairy pror jects thelast They re ceive allexpense trips to Columbus through the KraftPhenix Cheese which is also giving a total of ib college scholar ships to the two i highest ranking teams ineach of tie four Extension Last year John i Carson and Eugene Thomas of Liberty won Central States hdnors and WILL EH 1HEAIER OWNERS Mailers Will Be Hosts to Second District jat Elks NOON CHIQKJSN manded that police power in having Sudeten districts be turner overj he aulUor at the time he to a pjece Of property in Sharps The ultimatum said the party was takenfor school declines al responsibility for ctpurposes to entering the further developments if its con ditions are not accepted and car ried out by radio and published within six f It was announced officially that up to 11 had Killed and 19 wounded in the Sudeten Unofficial estimates gave 15 Wiled The Sudeten press pointed out party leaders in February declared the Czech government would not undertake any import ani steps without consulting the German Reports were circulated that the Sndetens now declare Hen leins original eight Carlsbad Re calling for absolute Su deten autonomy and equality with infirmary he resided a num ber of years alone and he at first objected to being cared for at the nfirmary but later remarked many times he was glad he had made the The death of this well known man removed another member of one of the pioneer families of this where he was iborn His parents were Grif fith and Elizabeth Prlckett Gra htt father being a brother of Eli of Prai rie His irtlatlves in this county awsdistanjfe although the Graham families among the first settlers in Prairie town stood the cabinet was considering an extraordinary session of par liament before which the govern ment might make a considerate to Three possibilities were fori Mailers owi ers of the Ritz theater in Tipto will entertain the theater owters of the second district at th Elks Home in Tipton Vednes day and at noonwill serve a free chicken The owners of moving theaters of the which Includes a strip frcm blesville to across the the were now insufficient and that a plebiscite Is damand the ultimatum was deliv official reports gave details of v disorders stongholds in ISudeten followed com pletion ot Hitlers speech and continued on JAt the reports 000 penons massed in the streets early In all the school children damonattmtfAWlth their waved at the seen as the result of a breakdown in minority negotia tions Hitler might demand a possibly with a brief time i disorders in the Sude ten minority area would result in repressive measures by the Czechoslovak government and cause Hitler to Intervene active ly to aid the Sudeten Germans against A tV n tiivMiv Frank Graham was upright citizen many friends in this meet every two mon a discussion pr Heretofore each owner at paid for his 1 ut the event Wednesday will be d fferent will be as the dinner Mailers Brothers own tpeaters in B and and are well known men in1 the minority Hitler might make his mind a definite coarse summonMs Reichstag so that he an Induscould announce has The gravest sort of reports cir connty to cnlated in responsible quarters Tipton in the George broth her son heink man field of moving pictures of a sister the mourn his passing many years he was a resident ot Sharps ville and will be burled Reside his mother In the Sharjtsville her death occnrrjiig in Closest survivors are Sarah residing at Near and a number jjof nephews Continued on Plage here One was thai Hitler would demand a the next two which persisted deaplte all Oeraan de was German troop movements In frontier areas not only continued bnt were being In j reports published re Continned on ager ofthe Rltz trii The meeting We is for all moving j theater tors of the district and wl quite a number of visitors Following the i dinner tertalnmerit will he LANGliEY Funeral of Crash Held at Hemlock Elderly Man KUled Him self and Dav ghterinLaw Suffered TRAGEDY ON FARM By tJnViod I Two elderly county j highway depart ment worker and his attractive daughterinlawj were found dea serve I today circumstances which ference in Wage Scale Bazaar in Cairo i Is j to Bo Razed Kahn el Khalilii Cairos 600 yearold j which is vrsj Jtedannually by thousands soon J will be re placed by buildiigs entirely of Arabesque style Khan el Khalili has thrived for years on most of them Few visitors Without having bargained with a bazaar merchant over iEgyptian sou venirs i Notice has been served on ail merchants to leave within a month by Princess Cheve sister of the late Kins who owns the entire 10JSGOIUY j International Teamsters and Brotherhood Chauffeurs of j sent out flying squadrons of pickets leading into Omaha and j crosscountry freight trucks erated by approximately 180 j Thomas secretary of the local an affiliate of the American Federation of La said 3 50men had been as signed t6 the It was es tablished onlyj a few hours after j the unions members voted unanimously tp stpp work in pro test againstrefusal of some Oma ha operators I to grant demands for a citiy and overtheroad wage and hour Police said they had received several j reports that trucks had been stopped but that had Friends Face Murder Charges Accuse Each j Other of WHO IS TORCH MAN9 By United Czechs Must Grant German Minorities or War Will Come SAYS GOERING PAPER Immediate War Unlikely as Hitler Asked for i ther i By nailed j Sudeten German complaint that three Sur deten Germans had been killed in Czechoslovakia swept through Germany today Marshal Hermann Goerings own newsr paper announced that Gerj many was prepared to take up arms if necessary to aid te German A semiofficial on Ger manys attitude said Inasmuch as the Fuehrer haf said he will not tolerate further maltreatment of and inasmuch as Sudetens lave been i Twoj iulefi and the friends facing murder charges standpoint must be clearto anyj aecusedeach otheh today of bej ing the man in s of the trucks carried and other Smith said the drivers had been orderedout to protest a lockout Omaha operators created by gang ing up on the He said three ion Watson Brothers and Holdgroft brought the iituation to a last Friday when they took The afternoon devoted I big headlines to killing of that eight gudetcn Germans April i i The death toll was raised Attaches of the states attcjrj officially to nine this afternoon Henleinite dispatches ac knounced three additional said deaths had occnrred at anestioned length to termiue which of the two actiu ally ignited gasoline soakpd rags that sent flames urtihg through hotel By Unllwl Mar shal Hermann Goerings own Both were the newspaper commenting to attorneys office by Suite day on Hitlers speech at Marshal Shermain a3sened that 5er had signed I many was Prepared to take up arms if necessary to ait1 the Ger said he had tracks Jff the He said j himself and she had fallen down 5 the had claimed they atoirmov and aiifTereri a broken i aisrnprl a labor agreement hs for Hiding a stairway and neck when she by the i report elf the Inesday opera 1 bring to Tip an en suffered a broken inad notj signed a labor agreement became frightened j executed at Chicago three iago by the union and some i trucking i Representatives of those com the he Scott Dead were and May merly of James found bodies his Ijather and wife as he returned from milking on the LeVoyj farm 110 miles northwest of herein i He iound his fathers body in a jsorher of the kitchen and hi wifes body in a heap at the bat tered the elder to Be torn of a j i Deputy Shei Iff Hermann Larson said acharge if I buckshot had encontract not be but now the companies claim that the men had no aur iipage statement in who was man minority in said he and Guerri ri plotted the fire to get hotel owner wa The tenor of this and other Lfamment in Geimany was that it to up make cocessions to on me mae cocessons ovicted Coultas1 andify not onjy its German minority named Guerrieri as the one ho Hitler personally failin actually set the Coultas said KQleslak had signed it is up to the powers of thorityito do I related that Guerrieri forced Europe to say whether they want heftb go to defend Czechcralo no icmicu j LAs a1 he the unionihlm into the plot at a called the walkout and ordered and that Guerrieri had the pickets to stop all trucks of i 180 operating through which did not the trucks operated 9 There seemed no Goerings newspaper National took the lead as it has done on past a sixpage iia uuo diminutive pool blnnt room who was seized Sesi lnterpretatfon of Hitlers denied he had a Nuremberg 1 LeVoys an LCI CU UC rf that tie shotgun was In a position to indicate tha t he had shot him He said iLeVoy had been brooding islnce his wife died nine years ago trequentlv spoke I of taking his Larson said marks on the were no own there womans body that I would Indicate foul He that LoVoy Seriously The leadership of the German j 4l J and German Labor j prepared and has pledged its word to take up arnis i If necessary come to the aid of illy i necessary o Conj 3 00o Suieten fit Geiman lulled Pru8H I lept Walter tract covering wages and Whitemack fa in seriona conditions has been Blgped given what is due them po i tlon in the Jay county hospital by the United Motherhood here from injuries received yesf Carpenters and an terdayl afternoon when the and the Caswfell ing niachini he was nsfag Company weeds along The union recently won lnev wanl lo luc 27 eight miles east of against the United Furj cjvjUzatJoi frora waa struck a truck driven hy nttnre Workers of al C of their Democratic CT T loHtv mand is that Sudeten Germans e after the Fuehrer has may the cabinptas Paris and London SPO what lojts anl thev want to Inw for the   

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