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   Linton Daily Citizen (Newspaper) - March 6, 1936, Linton, Indiana                                LintmlanA It ft trading territory many ttlies ift f he Citifceh covets CITIZEN Printed in the fteirt of Indim Coil to the Statei finest Coffl and ftm and Within 2 940 Miles of the Center of Population of the United Stttm VOLUME MAttcH 1936 MOVE TO DELAY COMPENSATION lions Opening Game To EXTRA BITO 29 Girl Weds Bloomiicld Runs Wild to TurnBack Newberry Score 48 to BIG CROWD PACKS LYONS GYMNASIUM Sff S 6 Fast Games Booked for This Afternoon and Hundreds of Greene county basketball fans crowded Me morial hall in Lyons this morning to see the lid pried off the 1936 sectional basKet ball started the afternoon The Lyons Lions brushed aside round of the Lyons sectional net the iignung Mialand Middies in the tournament with a flash to defeat opening winning by the Scotland cagers by the score IJA 10 pu of 29 to Althovigh the Switzers trailed at The Owcnsburg five led Lin ton Miners iby the score of 18 to the end of first quarter of play in the second game of the afternoon round at the Lyons i WHERE AMERICAN HEIRESS IS ILL ifl Annual Campaign to Be Launched Monday This AVERY MURRAY TO CLUB AGA1PK J i j Renamed President of the Greater Linton the score 01 34 to The Bloom field Cards had little difficulty in rolling up a 48 to 15 decision over haif 11 to the charges of the Newoerry cagers in the second Snoddy made a strong finish round of the morning With the Middies entering the to down their led the Switzers tourney with a good seasons record fourteen The score was behind they were favored 6all at the end of the first Switz City kd 18 to 14 at the threequarter Stone and regulars for of the lineup due to the I E SK NS by many fans to come through with honors in the Lyons engage The Lions looked their best of the year in upsetting the charges of Coach Tom Alton Big Gun for Lyons The work of giant and accurate basket tossing featured the at tack which turned in the decision for the Alton six fleldgoals and added three more points from the foul line for a total of fifteen Richardson came through wah Barnes j Found Near Transients led the losers with five baskets from the held and a foul Midland star was ab sent the lineup due to in The Middies held a 6 advan tage at tlie end of the first quar but the Lions back in the second frame to knot the score The Briscoe boys started con necting in the third period and as the game went into the final round were out in front 19 to The Lions rolled in the baskets in the closing inning to tally fifteen i Cards Win LucilU Underwood Tyler Lucille the cigaret girl mentioned 4 in trial at of Bentori Root for killing her has Complete plans were made last night at a meeting of Greater Linton club in the basement of the United Brethren church for laundh ing the 1936 Community Chest Fund talks in behalf the Chest Fund drive were by representatives of the clubw it waa announced the campaign under way next Monday opening day of the drive will at oclock Monday wed March It was decided th at At the it was alleged that Root was aroused when her husband paid attention to Miss 18 and at a Root was convicted and given a prison I E Pert Barnes and Names Body Near at Bert capable baton and his HiY orchestra will furnish pleasant entertainment for the New Names Revue of 1936 to ibe staged next Wednes day and March gray overcoat button to at the Grand This orchestra is well known in and will form the wnen team captains and members meet in the second floor of City Hall building to receive At the close of the first aay of the drive tne workers will follow their captains to the Jof the First Baptist wherejajt oclock Monday bean supper will be servedHiAit report will the days and it is by thattime that a large of the fund contributionsare re Outline Fund John was relative to the Com munity Ghest drive nights Outlining the details of the the chairman announced the allocations made during the past year by the The bene ficiaries included the Salvation Boy Girl Blue Linton Public Linton Milk Concert emergency He stated the Milk Fund is self now and will not require Counteti Barbara gave birth to son here It is in this house in Hyde Park that Countess Barbara Hutton von American lies critically ill following the birth of her first a The countess condition has according to attending who now hope for1 a speedy day became an important clue in the slaying of a middleaged tran Relieved to be Henry Jack nucU3us forthe show Miss Ethel director of music in fchis The was found near the has to j p jf he byusiness meeti of the Illinois Central railroad tracks impersonate the sqngstress Ethel by school children on their way to and will be featured with through the right eye and was clothed only in long Members of the band in for the following John T Fdt R rtf The button was found near Charles firsti trumpet Bill by police who immediately iDayi second Hobbs started a search for a man who guitar Bob clarinet Bob I I John A Wabkns T Bloomfield opened with a team of reesrves against Newberry j was last seen with Jackson and who Myron was wearing a gray Bob Good trpmbbne Dell Sheriff Jack Brunei Said SX Wilson trombone Darwin The young Cards lopped in eighteen points in the first frame and at the same time held their opponents The Berries managed to j tally from the foul line once m the Eavl Cole Bush Lafayette second quarter At half time the R Riorden ably js the most papular orchestra vaiUS tO I m on i t and namec fficers Tor the com S T fiert A secretary Lew Warn Ceorge Olsens orchestra prob A11 served in the same posts last Reports j i the Bloomfield continued to vUJe police quesitloned Wlllle famous collegiate musical comedy r i P in Tenn Walter ion the stage and in radio to Coach Frank Koss sent in his cus N Y and Daniel The bands accomplishments fogulars for the first six minutes Gf did report on the diversified activi past As a Captain after a description or Jacksons companion had been broadcast by state ENLISTS ARMY Floyd Nolan Partlpw of Jason ville has enlisted in the Army pile up the led 38 to 6 at end of the third a paced the Cards with thirteen The other scores were well distributed be tween six Mullis tallied seven points to top the Newberry Expect Crowd Another large crowd returned to the gymnasium this afternoon to see City take the floor against the highpowered land iLinton will meet Owensburg in the second game of the afternoon Jaspnville will open tonights round against while Bloomfield and Lyons will play the second The opening game js setter 7 odpck and the second at 8 Tonights program promises to be pacjked with thrills and should pack the Lyons gym nasium to The semifinals are scheduled for 3 oclock Saturday with the final game of the tourney to be played at 8 oclock tomorrow I f all Good and as for many movies in Deluding Follow Thru Happy Whoopee and numerous Miss Lorraine staff rep resentative of the College herie T Wi He from Jasonville high I ducting the local hashed school atthe end of the first seajj amateurs planning to enter the meater this school He js starevue to niake application by Sat Ot UsMtt IU in I mil rimt E v tioned at Port Benjamin shestated the dead line for enrolling is Monday HOSPITAL REPORT Vera May who recently 1 0 0 Totals 8 3 referee Web underwent major was Bloomfield 48 1 0 f 3 4 2 g 6 g g 2 0 g 0 Clifford Isaacs of the Salvation Army reported the posts activities in the year Entertainment was provided by Junior Graves and his Hot Shot Midget A reading was given toy Norma Jean Betty Sif ford presented a vocal selection and a piano The list of community chest drive workers announced by the chairman follows Team 1 All business sections both east and west of Main north of A Sherrell Oscar t Dale able be to her home this Roy Prosecutor Gives Order to Resume Service in Thebody of Dfra Ann 73 years former Linton resi was returned here today from where she died Thursday at the home of a daugh 111 West Eleventh About three years ago Home delivery of stopped early today in a threecornered con troversy between striking truck dairy companies and farm must be resumed under armed guard if Prosecutor Herman Werner order ed Warning that anybody stopping njilk delivery is going to face Werner advised James Flower that it is his duty to see that milk is brought in to the iHome delivery was stopped early this morning by producers they a wage disagreement be tween drivers and the Averill Dairy I About 75 per cent of the citys normal supply was being trucked i and since his death into Aikron but ing delivered to homes Flower promised his cooperation Werners order and said weire going to arm the drivers necessary EKF MH Dora 73 Dies in Indianapolis Rites REPUBLICANS OF ASSEMBLY DOUBT LEGALITY OF ACT 500 CHICKS PERISH IN FIRE AT LYONS More than 500 chirks perished in a fire which destroyed a chicken house at the home of Ezra living in the north part of The origin of the fire at the Deckard place is Another lire was reported Thurs day at when a bed in the Oral Hubbard home accidentally caught on Only slight dam age was done before the Lyons Fire put down the Attempt Is Temporarily by Jacob I it MOTION DENIED BY MAJORITY LEADER Lawrence Carlson Lost Resolution on Proposed PEACEFUL GEIS EO March A Republican attempt to delay action on the unem ployment compensation bill until its constitutionality can be determined was frustrated temporarily today by Ja cob majority floor The bill was being considered by the sitting as a committee of the when its constitution ality was requestioned by Republi Lawrence introduced a resolu tion which said Motion Is In view of the grave doubt as to the constitutionality of the un compensation bill I 43 of the Peabody Coal Com actlon on the Progressive Miners As sume Posts at Pea body countys general strike reached the peaceful picket stage today with 300 Progressive Mine Union members taking up positions around the tipple of Mine in protest against alleged employment of outside IDespite the 250 mem ure until after the attorney gen eral of Indiana gives his on its of the rival Mine I further move that a copy of Workers of America went that opinion be placed desk watchfully to work in the pits unof each member of the dera contract the Progressives Motion responded charge advocates work for strang are out of ers and unemployment with star Resolutions can not be entertained when the senate is sitting as a vation a charge UMWA has de More than 50 Illinois state high way patrolmen were on duty to preserve The in holiday simply milled Meanwhile flying pit commit of striking some drawn from the ten Saline county mines shut down by the nn i i i it 1 u j in 11 LI u n 11 u v Page sutfered a stroke pi called on all business and had been fading since that cstablishments here urging them time She had been seriously ill to untu 3 m tor the past three work Jn the mjnes Page was born on in Greene the daugh ter of and Hamilton She lived on a farm near Bethel for many and came to this city with her husband about Vote to Remain Open committee of the They must be made while we are sittirig in the regular order of Senators William Ralph and Merrill Winchest all joined Carlson in his They claimed the law would be class legislation because it applies only to businesses employing eight or more Thurman replied that firms employ ing less than eight persons could Clerks of the the county come under the act voluntarily if generally observed the strike but business men of Harris UU WlkV 11U1 ilUnUClllU CIUUIIU l 1 I fifteen years Her bui8 voted at a last mpht rmnsnn fintn Hiram died on had resided to remain There was fear of a possible re they He also pointed out that if the federal unemployment compensa tion act is declared unconstitutional the state bill provides that the emg irucueu f i ti of violence such as forced money paid into the Indiana coofi none was be in Ninth street northeast in this 01 VIOIUILC hutn IOILLU i fn For the past few winters closing of mine 43 in pensat on tund can be lettuncd to cooperation she made her home with daugh when several were the fmployeis eastside of Main to north side of Vincennes to Second street northast Wilson cap Leonard Jesse Mor Walter Floyd McCul Percy Joe Will Cushing and Claude Team ter and granddaughter in Indian i The deceased had many friends in Linton and She was a member of the Baptist Surviving are the of Indianapolis one Miss Opal Bruce of Indianapolis one of Bloomfield three Emma Moody of Maggie Bedwell and ISouth side of Vincennes to First poole of street cast side of Main of Linton rural Elizabeth shot from ambush as Peabody at tempted to work the min with UMWA The progressives charge that UMWA is the agent of Peabody to exploit the rich coal deposits of the the mining of which PMA insists is its prior MOORE BABY DIES AT LINTON HOME Rites will conducted at Ray infant son of and Carl died The condition of Alfred Minton Team I South side of A north 0 of who suffered census west side of Main street to Vin sipn of the brain as the result of a north side of West Vin Summary of this mornings games follows Lyons 34 f g g f o c e g g i 0 Totals 4 1 1 1 0 0 I I 2 was reported ascennes to second street northwest Max Thad Ed Cal the same Neon Shonk of r rt Wj 4414 11J j 2 patient iu the hQapitaJ for the past Earl Baughman and c removed to of 0 a Chester this ter 1 1 0 SPEAKS Totals 20 8 Newberry 15 Edwin Team South side of WesJ Vincennes to street west side of Main to A street south 11 f a g f 0 c o g 18 PF l fTTT Q g j WteMlt c 0 04 f f returned west William Henry Klink misjonary will speak Gray Mack captain 1 before the Homer 2 The speaH 0 is ft native of graduate 3 Simpson eojlegei a member of and west on Main sputh of A Team 4 All business sections both east to A street southeast Max Saturday afternoon from I 1 oclock this afternoon at the Ruthe Cornett Funeral family 124 F street north dolph Ersel Stewj nome in this city with Harry wust the Northwest He is here on Conference of south of the Linton Ice Rose and Thad Welty Stalcup and Mollie Team All outside business east from Second to 12th street Otto captain Kd Rex Winters and Lew Team Ail outside business west from 2nd street Arthur Harbin Marley Hurley Ru fus Edington Creal Robinson and Leo Team Lodges Herbert John Team city and township Ira Jesse Kiggins and Clyde Team U City employees Team and women Hftldon Lou Fleet Bailey Interment will be made in Fakview The Moore child was born at 2 oclock this The condi tion of the mother was described as satisfactorily this Besides the two sis Bonnie 4 years and survive along with the Shott rites are expected to be held Saturday The New I kirk Funeral Service of Pleasant ville has charge of government instructed Sir Eric ambassador at t make an immediate protest to the Italian government against the bombing of a British Red Cross unit in The government was gravely concerned over the in EXSERVICE MEN TO ATTEND MEET HERE He also pointed out that if the federal unemployment compensa tion act is declared unconstitution the state bill provides that the money paid into the Indiana com pensation fund can be returned to the after jwenty Totals 55 9 five years the missionary referee Heath Tonights at Jasonvilje i opens at 7 Paul captain and Vernon Team Team 13 lists which the Red Cross stationed post to attend the initiation of now at was bombed members and a countywide Legion by an Italian to the administra tions old age pension program col lapsed virtually assuring ad journment of the special session by March The led by Wil liam had been demanding that the age limit be reduced from 70 to 65 years on July The administration bill provides for the age limit dilution July il have become convinced our plan is financially impractical and we now are willing to abide by the administration Black House adjourned until to morrow at 9 oclock aftera 30 minute session today in which they sustained Paul McNutts veto of a 1935 approved a com mittee report on the up propriation bill and received eight new AT CONFERENCE Among members of the iUnited Brethren church of thi scheduled for city to attend the Conference Washington this week were All exservicemei today were is sued a cordial invitation by the Frank Courtney American Legion Bjritish government was oclock Saturday night in the local officially of the bombing Legion by Sir Sidney minister to Addis Who not men tion any It was an nouuced in howtwr and Raymond An outline of Logion activities Bris Roush and daughter in the future will be a feature of and the which will attract Decker and little son posts from JasonWalter Brewer and son Jim South side of A street Fiank Lennini east to Third street juiiii that three Kenya eplpny natives at ville and A big feed Mr John BUI and Mur Uicheu to the are British will close the evenings Harry i I wove George i   

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