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   Linton Daily Citizen (Newspaper) - June 15, 1935, Linton, Indiana                                Invitation to buy is what creates a business Newspaper is the LINTON DAILY CITIZEN Printed ill the Heart of the Indiana Coal in the States Finest Corn and fffHit and Within 2 940 Miles of the Center of Population of the United States VOLUME NUMBEft JUNE 1935 mi 10 s Joint Committee Unani mously Agrees to WAGE CONFERENCE TO RESUME TALKS Lewis to Wire Unions in Call Off June Presidents ap peal to halt the soft coal strike ordered for Monday was agreed to unanimously today by a joint committee session representing a major ity of Appalachian coal pro ducers and the United Mine Workers The joint wage conference will resume sessions here June 24 to enter into negotiations on new wage agreements to take the place of the present contracts which were extended to June 30 at Presi dent mine union will telegraph local unions throughout the country the calling off the Union The union was unanimous in agreeing to the second extension of the wage contracts which orig inally were to have expired April but were put forward at that time until June 1C at the request of the National Admin The joint conference had repre sentation from a great majority of the 24 coalproducing Several districts in southern states were not represented but had sent telegrams OT otherwise notified the conferenc of their ac ceptance of the extension The Guffey coal regulation which is vigorously opposed by a great many southern and west ern coal was not an issue in the the chairman confining discussicii entirely to the matter of agreeing to the Presidents Ozark Smile Girl Miss Betty King Miss Betty is the selec tion of to contest with 18 other girls as Ozark Smile The girl with the most attractive smile in the Mis souriArkansas Ozarks ELKS FLAG DAY AT Thomas Scccina to Conduct Service at JOHN KRAKA IN JASONVILLEMASS Many Priests From Out ofTown to Participate in the Many outoftown priests and young men studying for the priesthood of the Catho lic church will be in this city Sunday when Thomas son of and George of this conducts his first sol emn mass at Peters Cath olic The mass is scheduled for 8 oclock tomorrow The many friends of Scecina have1 been invited to attend the Scecina will be celebrant of the The assistant priest will be Edwin formerly of this city and ncw at Johns church in Deacon of the mass will be George to Take Part in the Annual PAYROL 1KERS Project in This City Is 72 Per Cent Officials A payroll of today was shared by Linton men working on the new natural gas line sys tem in this it was announced by those in Sixtyone men participated in the release uf Todays payroll was the small est to be issued by the Linton Natural Gas company since the in ception of the work several months This fact was explain ed by bad weather preventing the crews from Officials in charge of the work stated that the entire system in Linton is 72 per cent complete They that a few weeks of good weather would rush the to Many members of the Elks lodge of Linton are expected to go to Bicknell on Sunday afternoon to participate in the annual Flag Day services of Bicknell and Sullivan Elks Plans have been made by the Bicknell lodge to hold the services at Harmon Field in Bicknell at 2 oclock tomorrow A splendid program has been planned by the host The entire public is invited to go to Bicknell tomorrow and enjoy the Scouts of Linton will accompany the Linton lodge to the Flag Day memorial and take part in the The program to be given fol lows Sullivan Erection of floral by Sul livan band and the Linton Opening Introduction by Bicknell exalted History of past exalted ruler of Linton Jere of Tor re Closing singing of The Smith school bus will take the Linton scouts to the scene of leaving from the Linton Elks home at 12j45 p LABOR UNION TO MEET The Greene County Central La bor union will meet at oclocK Monday evening in the public All members urged to be LATE WIRE BULLETINS Taken From Leased United Press Wire Direct to the Daily CLIPPER SHIP STARTS LONG FLIGHT June Pun American clippw ship started her air journey to Midway Island at Honolulu time Captain Edward Music and his five fellow crewmen were away to a perfect start on their mile DROPS OF EXECUTIVE ORDER June Roosevelt today be gan drafting the text of an executive order to provide fqr the organisation to carry on a modified The was expected to be ready for publication at 4 Just what the order would the White Hpwse was not prepared to Jt was that the per sonnel for administering1 the new setup Avould be POST BEGINS STRATOSPHERE HOP June oneeyed Okla homa began his fifth attempted stratosphere flight to New YftvU at bureau officials said ho was favored with good flying conditions along the transcontinental The Winnie Mae was fueled with between 373 and 300 gallons of That amount twould keep him aloft for m Jong as 14 flier ex d to muwtajji ground contact through his radio com which may b tuned in with commercial radio stations the ruutfr brother of Thomas and now at The sub deacon will be Joseph also a brother to the cele and now a student at Mcinrads The master ceremonies will be James of Torre a dea con at Mcinrads Thurifcr of the mass will be Donald soti of and Tim Coakley of a student at Wil liam student at Meinrads and Thomas both sons of and Henry Dorraugh of this will serve as Father August of Holy Trinity church in Evans formerly a pastor Sul livan Catholic will deliver the A guest at the mass will be John of who was ordained along with Thtfinos Scecina at Meinrads seminary early this Kraka will celebrate his first mass at Joaa of Arc Catholic church in Jason ville at 10 The Michael as sistant at Holy Trinity in Indian will be assistant tomorrow The James McMahon will be deacon at Krakas first solemn Gecrge Sceeina will be sub deacon students at Meinrads seminary will other officers of the The Edwin Sahm will be preacher of the The choir of Peters church will render the music of the mass at Linton and Following the two masses of the young Scecina and Kraka will be honored at a dinner at Sunday afternoon in the dining room of Hotel Roosevelt in this The Bradclock Knocks Crown From Baers Head Local able toftlght and SttB SINGLE COPY 8 CROWDS DISPERSE TO SOUTH SECTION SCENE OF FIGHTING James new heavyweight champion of the is pictured above sending a left to Max Bacrs head during their 15round bout in Madison Square Garden in New York Braddocks vic regarded as the greatest pugilistic upset in modern history of the boxing suiprised many fight Baer reported to have broken both hands in the declared he was through with the fight of the fighters was knocked down in the J Oldest in Closes Yield of 20 Bushels Per Acre Are Expected This Wheat is scheduled to be cut several sections of Green county next according to ports made by various wheat grow ers A general average of 20 bushels per acre is expected to be hit ia the early reports Harry Landis of the Worthingtoi Grain company has predicted tlu grain this year will be of good Continued rains may slow wheat cutting in various parts of tlu but for the iiost part the work is expected to get under way early next Greene county wheat crop aver age is expected to be greater than the average yield predicted in the A yield of nearly 20 bush els the acre is expected here while the condition of Indiana wheat crop indicates n yield of 17 bushes per acre with a total production of according to the June 1 Indiana crops ami livestock report released yesterday Justin the Indiana public has been invited to attend Department of Agriculture and the Purdue University Agricultur the At the opening of Sce cinas first mass here tomorrow boys and girls of Peters Catholic school will march in procession from the school to the It is a custom in the first solemn mass of tho priest there be a bride and flower The little girl acting as the bride will be Martha Ann age niece of the celebrant She will be accompanied by Teresa Cur daughter of and Frank and Rose Marie a eUusin of the U G ATES FOUR Term Is Completed Yes terclay Here 70 The 108435 term jit Peters Catholic school Juno whoufour girls of the sshool completed 8th Members of the graduating cla 5 included Margaret Earnestine Oorothy Mad dison pml Angel Sistor Loujs Jpseph superi of Peters scljool this She was assisted by Sister Mury Seventy boys girls were on rolled in the school thv al Experiment The wheat condition is reported at 84 per cent of normal for the entire Justin Rye was reported at per cent an improvement ol 10 per cent over the June 1 repci of lust with an expected total production of bush els for the state and an average yield of 12 bushels per The condition of outs on June reported lit 78 cent 1 was which showed an improvement over when the condition on 1 was 40 per Wet weiUhfi kqpt many fields from being ed in good the report Heavy rainfall in this section of the state in when twice the normal amount of rain great ly retarded corn planting and the preparation of the ground for all spring LINTON THEATERS OPEN PARIS SHOW The oldest mine in he slate properly of the Linton Summit Coal company operation with work according to an an nouncement from com Todays work at the inino completed nearly 33 years of operation at Twin set ting up a record for length of service of out mine in Workmen today were busy getting out their mining while the company prepared to pull out the iron and machinery of the The reason for closing the those in charge is due to tho of coal land owned by the At tho time of the clos more than 250 miners were on the payroll at Twin Several men had work ed at the mine since it was first started and appeared lost with news of the mines clos FALL IN OLD MINE DAMAGES PROPERTY A fall in an abandoned mine re cently caused considerable damage to the home of and Her schel of state road near The wenaroused from heir slumbers by the sound of the plaster on the walls and thought at first the house was 071 Failed to Reach Verdict in Damage Suit in Greene June The jury in Greene Circuit court which heard the case of Gertrude May Ellis Dorothy Hall was discharged liy Judge Raymond Powell shortly before noon Friday after a failure to agree upon a The jury had deliberated since four oclock Thursday after noon and had taken nineteen bal lots without any progress toward a The plaintiff sought damages as a result of injuries sustained in an automobile accident which oc curred while she was a passenger in the defendants car and they were traveling in the state of The accident occurred Junfi The case was filed in Sullivan county and came hero in February Camp Krietcnstein on Eel River Will Be Outing OPENING DATE SET ON JUNE 30 Many Linton and Greene County Scouts Expect ed to The official White River Coun cil Boy Scout camj will be hell at Krictenstcin on Eel river starling June oO for two oneweek Linton and Greene county scouts were notified Word ivf the annual council camp was sent to local and county scout leaders by Harry scout executive of this Several scouts from this section are planning to atttul this years camps at This camp is very complete in its facilities and is being routed for the two weeks by the White River Area Camp Krietenstein has a large dining a handicraft build eight cabins for holding eight scouts a special cab in for the officers and a directors The equipment also includes water front equipment of a div ing tour canoes and two There are facilities for shower baths under the Scoutmasters Addison Stew ard and Arthur Bcrns of Linton have been provided with some printed camp folders by the coun cil headquarters These are available to the Scout Executive Dowell will bi the camp director and will be as sisted by a staff of college men trained in scout includ ing Murray drum major of the Indiana university Leroy James Mosier and Jack The camping program is the most interesting and important jhase ofscouting and every scout should plan to attend this years Dowell Over Residents En gaged in Rioting Early FEAR RENEWAL OF VIOLENCE MOB Only Six Persons Are in Jail Following Bit ter on a change Walter Both the well and cistern at tho home was and ran dry when the water escaped from the chambers to the cellar of the of represented the The defendant was repi resented by Olias Vanier of the firm of Hays and of and Webster of The jury which tried the case was composed as follows Moses William Paris George Marl Curtis Franklin Truman Clar ence Ralph Kodenbeck and James June j City authorities Jj appealed frantically to state officials today for troops and f martial Crowds of riot werq the J South Omaha packing district where in sanguinary fighting last night one man was killed and at least 55 injured when police fired into a The street car strike f two months ago when company officials refused to meet demands for a 20 per cent wage increase and union Many Engage in More than residents of South Omahas inflamable packing planta ml stock yards 4 most of them of foreign parentage I and strongly engaged in the rioting which subsided shortly after 2 Authorities feared renewal of violence after tonight and hoped troops would arrive time to take control of Killed in last nights rioting was John an was injured danger He still was unconscious early Flying squads of po lice using riot guns under orders of Police Commisioner Frank My ers to shoot into the crowds sent at least 38 persons to hospitals with buckshot Only Six Only six persons were arrested none of them Nel head the Omaha Street Railway Workers said no union members were involved in the There were five major battles between police and rioters during the night and a few minor Six street cars were de stroyed by another was dyna mited and partially and others were Freel Bender visited hr Barrel 1 Gab bard Ordination of Priest Unites Sister Former Resident of Lin ton Succumbed ouple Separated for 50 Years to He Together A modern fairy laic will be en here tomorrow when u broth er and sister are united after a of a hull The setting of the tjction episode will bo at Peters church Susmuv when Thomas Sie Tho Roxy tho latest unit in the Linton Theaters com pany of this was Wednesday night in According to the now Boxy has been receiving consider av i able support from the theater1 The Inifiul goers in the Pans area and gives wjH jjrju George ot being one ol the most popular tiiuuixunuiit centers in that The Uoxy is modern in every way and is equipped with KCA sound equipment along with tlm latest producing fine sound re The eapucity of tho theater is bliyhUy over were soon Nehila that nis sisters last name Siiiiin ntter Re read an uccounl in oia Sceciiia liov being u member of the class of young priests lit Muuiails lie imiiKdialcly communicated with Hiidim in this town was identified with the young man on the graduating to see if the youth being ordained u WHS if his Tho wires bussed between Lin tMi it nd Sixeinaa rid Nehila check ed ttnd Jid really werj brother und t planned wt onco co be in this city lier Mathias ictcimV conduito yf Inrt will be at gethei after having bucn apart oclock toinorrow Tho first muss Wt 1 be a honv vr for Scocina and r newly tifty Beeiina and NuhUa lost of each other many years Although the two came this from Kurope lutu lust they Nohilu as well us of Linton d whu be juvsent to wt tonducted by Louis former resident of this died at his home in Dugger Friday morning at 10 oclock following an illness that had confined him to his home for the iiast Rupp was bcrn in Cernmy but had lived for the past seventy years in Linton and Since the death of his in he had lived with his Katherine He is survived by tho following and Kvan of Dugger Walter Puckettof Sullivan Albert Webster of Linton Charles Hrilev of Toledo and Barter of West Terre The body was prepared for buri al at thi Aiken funeral home and returned late Friday to the resi dence where funeral services will be held this afUutiooti at 4 Tatem of the Baptist church and Clark of the Church of Christ will officiate and burial will he made in the Failview HOSPITAL llKlOKT Hiram Lacey of this city was admitted to thu hosjiital late Luo of who underwent an is to be released thia William Roof and son Jatkit Joe aro to be taken hoiue this Sunday atternorai will mark tho rpeniwa of thu Wabash Valley Horseshoe league play when meets Other in the loop includu Brocksmith of Terrc Haute Jorico and West Two Haute vs AllStars of Tv re Ltutous sviond contest will bo with the of Tcrre June officials today refused to1 send troops to Omaha until pitm ha and Douglas county officials exhaust their own resources in at tenjpts to control the strike vl 1 Miners to Play Giants and Lincos Out of Three games are to be plsyed tomorrow inthe White River ley leading the league A with live wins and one will meet at the Jasonvilld Uhe Coalmont nine is running second in the league three wins and two 1 The Linton will plaw Odon at Bloomtield 4 meet Gambill en the Grays ond at The Linton Miners and the LiuJ5 ton nonleague h are slated to play bull tome The Miners will vide local fans with a game meeting the strong more and Ohio railroad team Indianapolis at MilLinton park The Lincos will IKTUKES IN MAGA55INB In the June tJition of e faoguzine by tho Indiana a pictwo which Barter ami WaHcrs WQlftW fll jnirk   

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