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   Linton Daily Citizen (Newspaper) - July 1, 1936, Linton, Indiana                                SJT V if ammoth Parade at 10 Fourth WRtowt i d LifltoTI DAIIY CITIZEN SHOWERS Printed ifl the Heart of the Indiana Coal iti the States Finest Corft and Within 2 9io Miles of the Center of Population of the United States NUMBER olidty Airs to Feature Weekly Program at Howard Lynn patri presented at Thursday night Concert the band City park for today 1 nights program ic Vdedicated to Independence will be celebrated Fourth of He said tat several compositions of the Phillip will be in rted in the patriotic World a popular the jsyjfirl arranged by patriotic feature of tpii band wifl play Herberts fatnous selection Mill Tas well as Claiv uiiigi first trbmbbhist in the iji presentedin a Old Home JDown on Duces Daughter III D Mussolini Affairs of the nation were held Up as Premier Benito Mussolini Italyrushed to the of W Anna of setting off the with j displays to quate protection to t infantile sources UDAY EVENT Fortyminute Program Is Planned for Evening of the UNIQUE FEATURES TO BE PRESENTED Many Unusual Pieces of to Be Wit nessed by A jdazzling 40minute fire works display will cap Lin tonsj stupendous Fourth of July celebration here Although the definite time for opening the gigantic display of fireworks has not been the spectacle is expected to start some time between and 10 Several thousand here celebrating the are expected to crowd the open field at LinStock park to watch the climaxing feature of the festivi The CooperAmerican Fireworks company has been engaged to fur nish the elaborate fireworks dis Experts will be in charge of setting off the aerial and assure ade prptection to the multitude and his also the cohperts this ui of spectators gathered at the lo cal park to watch Many Aerial Features Among the fireworks will be the diamond listed as a brand new innovation good set piece jeweled cascade silver burch King Midas Columbus emerald flying pig i Honolulu and the battlein the the grand fi The list of display pieces in clude twelve 9inch flash marron twentyfour 9inch colored bomb twentyfour 12inch special twelve 15inch spe ERE ill mammoth con is expected Work of Local Camp Boys for the special pro Averts SerJOUS LiOSS Titv Concert direc will be one of un ts to appedr in the A crew of twentyfive men from twelve pieces of ground 1 parade here Satur tlie iLnton CCO crazy devil wheel saxort sun wheel and To See Niagara Falls One of the most unusual dis program for i tomorrow blaze under control before serious ightsconcert j damage wag feumperPdelis Sousa plays will be a 50foot Niagara The fire is balieved to have star most brilliant tie Red ted at rbout 11 oclock Tuesday lne devil wheel devices are spec j m i vii Liza nov morning from sparks from a pass noisy and il W eity ing trajn on the A short spon Vedd ng of the waltz time liter Sergeant Tom Cunning fv s celebra Hall march T Sousa and i Stripes Sousa Hfilll the Old Home Doyirn on trombone solo featur Clarence Young Harlow Iprican World War of war Lake of Roses tbne pbern march LSHHEALKY LAW requiring s to the with a forty late jp the flew lavvjiJJ firms con f with the government to it Supplies in amounts or not purchasable on the op0rj must tr these veflujrements A working of eight a work week the sanie he urged the ham of Company 2582 discovered stated that tKe fireworks I promises to bring the day of fes the The entire force of the camp tivities to an appropriate Uit A 1 1 t overhead was summoned from has been given that the and wth the aid of a few section to be presented is the most fought the rapidly spreading elaborate obtainable and should f James for an hour before theyweve brought under Although the fire spread over ten acres of pasture the fast work on the part of the CCC volunteers averted the flames from speading to poperty on the north side of the Urgcjs Italys Con quest ot Ethiopia Nojt Be July Br tish foreign secrfi tmy the asembly the League of Nations today refuse to pcognze Italys conquest of attract hundreds of people to the LinStock The fireworks will bring to a close what is planned to be the outstanding Fourth of July cele bration in Lintons The festivities will get under way at JO when a mile long parade is held in the down pwn The demonstration jvill include more than seventy such as va rious marching jiands and drum and bugle The colors of the American Le Frank Courtney will lead tho patriotic Plan Days Program Following the enter taining features will be enjoyed at where this week rlue Ribbon show set up nu Slerous concessions and ihows to add to the Blue Ribbon shows will re of the failure of the league machinery to halt the Ethiopia JKden suggested that of the coVenjiU m ght be jft the Main at the park the bringing the engagement to a close with the holiday Band athletic contests other unusual features are nlanned along with the Rib bpn specialties for the crowd tak ing part in the festivities the Fourth July at LinStock STARTS FISCAL VPAU July nest w outside of i the vesfulav cost of government apr started its neW fiscal year with work relief and drought as its chief Alderson was able to fHen to his home in ths city to WATCHES MAN HIS MOTHER Jimmy Thompson Cattle Awakening from his sleep in a Chicago hotel little Jimmy Thompson Castle his motherlbeing beaten by an unknown as shown above in a new fell back to sleep and upon awakening a The Florence a7 night club was dead when authorities told police the was a but authorities inclined to the theory that it may have been just blackface A night club master of held for Central Iresa Stricken With Philip Murray Charges Initial Meeting of the Sc ries Set for Glenburn CHURCHES INVITE PUBLIC TO ATTEND Returned in GLEN Morgan returned to his baronial estate in an ambulance Sticken with neurits while vist nghis sisters estate at West Man financer arrived at nearest station to his in a private car drawn by a spec ally chartered Hs was transferred from the pri vate car to the ambulance for the remainder of the A few minutes Before 8 he was carried in a wheel chair to the station and lifted to the ambulance that took him to his Before the Henry a had told news papermen that his father had not been well for several It had been planned for him to reman several more days at his sisters Massachusetts but there was no improvement in his condition and it was decided yester day to bring him home at At George who has been treating the noted said Mogans con diton was not He said his patient was suffering from an at tack of neurit s which affected both arms The physician said Morgan was borne on a stretcher to spare him the pain of Hes improvng and should beall right about two or three FOR DROWNING VICTIM July were held here this afternoon Tor Herschel 48 year old Washington traveling who accidentally drowned near Seymour when his automobile struck a brdge abutment and turned in The widely knqwn Daviess eownty man was paid tribute at the funeral by members of the Masonic lodge and the Knshts Templar Eula of Saymomv who riding1 with Ueafcty at the tme of the suffered only cuts bruises and Beatty js survived by hs two sister step Operators With Set ting Up July Philp grayheaded field marshal of labors drive to or ganize the steel charged that mill operators are mi i a veritable arsenal in their at tempt to defeat the union He said it fs common knowledge in steel circles that the corpora tions are setting up At the same time he charged that organizer for the commit tee for industrial organzation which is supervising the drive to amass mill was kidnaped early today from Steub He said that local pri vate detectives forced him into a train and ejected him far out in tho country after robbing Murray was in Hashington today tpr confer with John lead of the campaignto organize American workers into vehicle Murray said he had no definite statistics But said it had been reported to him that gunmen are bfiinur shinned nto kev centers of thp organizing epoted that no definite figures had ypt been compiled on numbers of new members drawn assocation and Tin is no queston thst have been flocking to the rapidly since the inauguration of the drive a week Harry Bailey to Be Principal Speaker at Protestant churches of this city have completed plans to launch their annual series of summer union services Sun July with the opening meeting to be held in Glen burn The in tal service in the sum mer series will begin at Harfy pastor of the First Baptist will address the congregation of local church His sermon will be on the subject of What Shall We Do With Christ A large crowd is expected to be present for the inaugural Local pastors are included on the for the summer The church people of Linton have supported the union services in former years in loyal and it is believed they will gather in larger numbers this yenv for wor ship and The Linton Ministerial associa tion has urged all people of and community to attend every service possible and share in the of all the churches in the union The schedule for the season fol lows July the Foster will preach in the United Breth Ifn thurch July Deaconess Nola Yoder wilj speak n the Christian church July is the preacher in the Savon Deformed church August Hofmann will preach n the Baptist church Aug the supply Of the United Brethren will be the preacher in the First church tho Foster is the speak er in Glenburn Mission the Harry Bailey will preach in the United Brethren i church youn people will i have of theservicein the First Chrstian church the j Hofmann will speak in the final service in the First Methodist 28 OTHERS SOME IN WRECK TODAY His Hats in Ring Harman Peery He has tossed his a ten gisllon one at the ring for governor of He is Hnrman cowboy mayor of has entered the race as an by rodeo throughout Mor Ioery founded Pio neer Days celebrations in The 1030 rodeo contest are to beheld July SE AIL Weather Bureau Reports Condition Serious in Many MERCURY STANDS AT 86 DEGREES Moderate temperatures here todav following a onceighth iniVi ranfulj latn The hghest noint reached bv the rnpvenry was reached at 200 oclock thp Despito an fa11 njers toctoy claimed that more rain is needed immediately to ton in the isSJONiSY NOTICE Womens Missionary society of the Fvst Bantst will at the church at pelok A good Miss Gladys For merly of at Miss Gladys of near Wor a missionary teacher for the past live years at Farming wJl be chief speaker at oclock Friday night at a m ssionary in Glenburn Miss Hays will display blankets and other articles made by the Nuvujo many of whom have been taught by the former ngton woman dur ing her wovlt in New In she w II show pictures of New Msxico and the Indians dur ng her spada While on furlough this Hays is school at Indiana Teachers college in Terre The v sit Friday is expected to be Miss Hays only trip to L nion this The work done by Miss Hays in Farmingtin s under the sponsor ship of the Womens Home Mission ary society of the Methodist I The Navajo tr is one of the 1 tribes of Indians in tho United JUNIOR Junior league softball games postponed Tuesday pn account of ran w 11 bo played after it was amv unced today by those in charge 91 the Junior July Need for rain in droughtstricken regions is more widespread than in either 1930 or the bureau reported today in its week ly crop Government emergency massing forces for the stupendous task of combatting effects of searing sun and lack of were advised that there is urgent need for rain nearly everywhere in the The wather bureau said that in 1930 and when the worst droughts in history ravaged agri cultural the situation was nearly so critical at the end of June it is The report added that in both OILS the situation be came more critical and caused the greatest crop damage during1 July and The discouraging report came while emergency under leadership of President made plans to aid droughtsir cken farmers of the nations bread vast agricultural areas as the midami northwest Secretary of Agriculture Henry Wallace left for a threeweeks inspection tour of the drought Workrel ef resettlement adminis and fiscal officals started raising funds to relieve distress among1 farmers and to move thirsty and hungry livestock to regions where feed and water is more LUCILLE SCOLLABP HEBE Miss Luc lie Scollard of Terre Haute is the house guest of Miss Margaret Ann of Mtin Miss Miss were roommates at Large Bus Overturns Few Feet From Brink of SIGN POST SAVES OTHER PASSENGERS Bus Held Back Only by Marker From Catapult ing Over NATURAL july Greyhound carrying 33 passengers through a wild rainstorm across historic Natural skidded and over turned today a few feet from the brink of a sheer precipice 212 feet Five of the thirtythree people aboard the large bus were killed All of the twentyeight others were several seri Only a sign post advertising the wonders of Natural Bridge saved the big bus and its human cargo from catapulating over that same natural bridge at its highest The bus started last night from bound for Washing Immediate identification of the crash victims was not announced by who extended ef forts to remove the injured from the bus and taken them to Several of the injured were report ed in a serious i i FARMERS TO LEAVE FIELDS July droughtstiicken Dakota and Minnesota farmers abandon Lheir seared fields and start build ing dams and roads WPA Administrator Harry Hopk ns announced Hundreds of projects have been they aie good pro Hopkins He stopped Ji Ch cago on his retuin from Paul where ha conferred with gov ernors and other off clals of the stricken E Several Chapters Repre sented at Session Last Distinguished members of the Western Indana Royal Arch Chap ter assoc ation were in Linton last night to attend a meeting of the association in Masonic Chapters represented included Terre Rock Sullivan and Lintonv1 The Royal Arch degree was ferreil in an manner a class of iii It was decided to hold theineactl meeting of the association on1 Fri day at The Most Excellent Masters degree will be exemplinud at the Brazil The Linton host to the association served re freshments at the close of last nights MOINJ than fifty members attended the RETURNS TO SULLIVAN Dicie Smith returned to her home in Sullivan after spending the past week visiting with fend Corwin Smith and Orval Smith and family of this Webber ajyi Clyd Aim of were 9   

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