Naval Armory

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Naval Armory - Republican held to rout to of Indiana...
Republican held to rout to of Indiana conference; state Barker Cape- the assembled few field the was the least to in and the one," a STATE ACQUIRES NEW 500,000 NAVAL ARMORY AT FORMAL DEDICATION RITES 0 N High Ranking Army, Navy Officials Join Businessmen of City In Services Dinner-Dance Dinner-Dance Dinner-Dance Closes Program. Indiana came Into possession formally of the new 5500,000 United States Naval Reserve headquarters headquarters here yesterday when high-ranking high-ranking high-ranking navy and army officials, state officers and Indianapolis busi nessmen Joined in formal dedication dedication of the Armory at 30th street and white river. The dedicatory exercises opened with a luncheon, during which a brief speaking program was broadcast, broadcast, and closed last night with a dinner and dance. At the same time, the annual convention of the Naval Reserve Officers' Association was In progress progress at the Armory, the convention convention delegates participating in the dedicatory program. Their convention convention will close this afternoon with election of officers. wax Am , air H HIGH RANKING OFFICERS OF THE UNITED HTATES NAVY Joined with Indiana state officials and Indianapolis businessmen yesterday In dedicating the new I'alted States Naval Reserve Armory at SOth street and White river. Shown here at the rxerrlsfs are (left to right) John K. Jennings, Indiana WPA administrator; Louis J. Rorinsteln, former president of the Indianapolis Chamber of Commerce ; Rear Admiral Admiral Hayne Ellis, 17. S. N., commandant of the 9th naval district at Great Lakes, III., and Lieutenant Gov ernor Henry F, ISchrlcker. Parades in Hostile Crowd Against "Hague The Tyrant;" Saved by Police Jersey City, N. J., Oct. 29. (AVA. veteran political battler against Mayor Frank Hague abandoned an announced attempt to make a public public speech in detlance of authorities tonight and instead paraded before a hostile crowd wearing a gag and James F. (Jeff) Burkltt, released months' sentence which resulted from a previous effort to speak In the open, was saved by 20 policemen from the angry fists of a crowd in a busy downtown street. What-A-Relicf What-A-Relicf What-A-Relicf What-A-Relicf What-A-Relicf Society Announced Cllntonville, Wis., Oct. 29.-UP1 29.-UP1 29.-UP1 A "society to give relief to folks BBsiiiiiiiiiiiiiissiisssiiiiiSfJlBjssssssssWB9fts4SSSSSSiiiisBSRSSS4ssn -ywy -ywy f nhnmmm o o carrying a sandwich board. from Jail a week ago after a six Burkltt's automobile had been parked at the street corner all day with signs proclaiming his Intention Intention to spoak there "as an American citizen free from all isms." Tonight, he appeared wllh a handkerchief around his mouth and a sandwich board announcing: "I have been gagged by Hague the tyrant In the year 1938 B. C." J 'I 4jj.KpKprBSBBBB WOLFF DECLARES TAX REVOLT JUST Asserts Political Machines Prevent Economy, Efficiency. The people are "Justly In revolt against the ever-Increasing ever-Increasing ever-Increasing burden of high taxes," Herman C. Wolff, Republican nominee for mayor of Indianapolis, said at a meeting In tho assembly room at Republican headquarters yesterday afternoon. "Important as are tho many

Clipped from The Indianapolis Star30 Oct 1938, SunPage 1

The Indianapolis Star (Indianapolis, Indiana)30 Oct 1938, SunPage 1
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