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   Linton Daily Citizen (Newspaper) - November 27, 1936, Linton, Indiana                                No Home should be without a daily few Llhtoft homes VOLUME NUMBER Printed in the Heart of the Indiana Coal in the States Finest Corn and Fruit fcfid Within 2 oio of the Center of Population of the United SUtei WEATHER WARMER Price Per Three Cefcta mm Time Out For a Little Fishing jL Ermal Jasou Drunk CITY COUNCILMAN FIGURES IN CRASH Scholl Was Returning Home With Children From Lafayette Ermal 28 year old truck driver of Jasonville was held in Linton jail today follow ng an accident Thursday night on one mile south of in which he is said to have driven his truck into an auto mobile driven by Linton city council Young Liffick faces a drunken driving since it is alleged he under the influence li quor at the time of the Of ficers reported a pint of whiskey was taken from the cab of his truck following the v Scholl was returning to his home in this city with his three Sophia Tickic and from where they had spent Thanksgiving with rcla1 when thc accident took The Scholl cling was in front just south Liffick in his is said to have truck Irttd the city The impact was the Scholl automobile around and fenders arid strewn along the highway oral The front knocked out from under the Old Rivals to Battle on the County Seat Towns GAME IS EXPECTED TO BE THRILLING Many Linton Fans Booked to Accompany Team to Foes V i Action galore is promised tonight when the Linton and Bloomficld highschool netters clash on the hardwood at the county seat The curtain raiser game between the schoolsvsocond sched ulcdfor 7 The feature tilt is booked for always a danger ous team1 ori the Miners opened their season Wednesday nght by winning a close game over the Midland Coach Harry MEETING INTERVENTION OF ITALY IN CIVIL WAR ALLEGED BE m LIKELY 10 5E Madrid Government De mands Consideration by May Get Judicial Appoint ment From President My KUGKNE CAIHJU Staff Correspondent future of Governor Paul which perhaps is the most pressing political question in may lie along the path EXPECTED TO HOLD SESSION NEXT WEEK Note Sent From Where the Govern ment Has BULLETIN The Spanish government re in inn v mj txiuiiK vinj of judfcial according lucstcd special meeting of to indications Word has been received here With Melriiyre left White House and President Roosevelt arrow in the waters off Port of in one of the motor of the cruiser PI i LOCAL PEOPLE ARE CALLED TO OHIO CITY and John Watkins left today for whore they were called the death of Carl 35 years Trial Against Boy From dock haftgone tbthtrftotrfheastcrn AUNT NELL HAYDOCK IS INJURED IN FALL locals indicated in their game with Mary Aunt Nell arcr lje plenty ot fight and 72 years suffered a iractured j Brazil fans wore enthusiastic in their praise for the Miners after the Red Devils were forced into an overtime to defeat the Goodman Linton is expected to send a large band of net the county Koss majority of lettcrmen from Washington that President from last years squad to report for Roosevelt may appoint Indianas the 19P637 net while Coach Jere Goodman of the Miners started Lintons hardwood season regular from last years Although the Miners squad is without cxperiencgcd the arm Thanksgiving day when she accidentally fell to the sidewalk on Fifth street Accompanied Thomas pf West seat town tonight the leet eyeryJihi The front in i under mf s jUt Respite loss of the and thc Liffick truck traveled more 50 yards in tho highway n i ci i c iu a hunibQiirbf teitiitfrv COmes on the lett side ot the Miners against heir pldcrft basket ball Goodman today as on the left side of the a Linton high school football was thrown Carl grahfti T as dismissed today a local physician and later taken was scheduled to be heard to the home of Thomas to re before a jury in Greene Circuit Benham was charged with sault and battery on Caff idy i saicj to have developed ing trouble between the two young men during threshing The trouble is said to have taken place at the hpmc of an uncle I Young Benham appealed jusr Local NeWSDHDer nMv 1 M L IT to tice oi peace decision of en a short time after the disagree to the Circuit It was understood that the case i was dismissed on agreement of 5 i of welcoriie ever given a j Aidcn Benham to pay certain jus Schqll escaped with minor lodge officers in attend distinguished visitor to Liffick was The Sch6ll j ancc were Russell Daliymnle of Tens of thousands of cheering oar was Liffick chancellor spectators waved flags and demon ber term was taken into custody a short time tno presented the new strated their friendliness as the vis The lodgeWith its chapter Carl iting sitting beside Pres Price and grand keeper of records i ident Getulio was driven township Clark and John and seals Paul Worthingdown the magnificent Avenida Rio Richland township Ben j tJCe of peace court costs The regular jury of the Novem to Carry Advertising of Starting and con tinuing period of 26 weeks the Quaker Oats company will after the CLUB ALL TO OPEN NEW RANGE r The Frank Courtney American Legion Post Rifle club has moved into new quarters in thc large hall over Mack Tylers shop on West Vinccnnes opening of the grand who spent Grant township Sam Flo range is scheduled for Monday All members are re quested to attend practice next and arrange to be on hand for the grand Charles club re gards the clubs range as one of the best equipped and safest in the TALKS AT KOTABY pastor of First Christian addressed the weekly luncheon meeting of Linton a stroke recently at his home in Rotary club at the Legion home the Blackcreek today Wednesday Jackie was reported slightly son of and Clifford j Thomas f el on the top of a cook entertained the Rotarians With stove when he was suddenly considerable time in Sullivan dur The crowds broke through heavy ry Ernest Meredith Center 1 J 1 l I township Charles Smith Charles ing the past few weeks assisting police lines and surged behind the in orfiranizinT the new presidential Officers chosen for the Sullivan Vargas conducted Roosevelt 10 H NEEDY roum 53 FOOD BASK of lodsrc fp ow Ernest to the suburb of Ti for lunchi Stockton chancellor commander eon at the home of Harry vice chancellor Brazilian prior to the Lawrence keeper of records visiting Presidents address before and seal Claude master i the Brazilian congress in the after of arms prelate noon George master of finance Charles master of ex checquer Qcorge inner guard outer guard threeyear icrm Bert trus twq year term Harry one year to have heard the tumatically and continuously ad included David the bcnefits to th Wright to be derived irom eating Quaker To insure the success of this campaign of the ers all over Greene as well as those in arc cooperat ing with the Linton Daily Citizen in the start of this Groceries appreciate the value of an established brand know their customers will appre S indicated he start the same five players against the Cardinals tha tnoened for the locals at Governor to the Seventh United States Circuit Court of comprising Illinois and Wisconsin Friends of Governor McNutt said today that the Governor has not solicited any favors from the Presi but added that thc judicial appointment probably would be more disirable to the Governor than any other future berth which has beftn mentioned Although these lieutenants of thc Governor made no mention of there Was belief that if the Gov ernor is named to the Federal he might be in line for appointment to the United States Slipiemc Court when the next va cancy President Roosevelt is eager to sometime designated as nine old and Governor McNutt has sponsored one of the most liberal programs of social legislation of all states in the For a time it was reported that Probable lineups follow Linton Uloomfield Beaslcy f Brown c Laughlin Corbin g j benator Sherman Minton would rcsiKn to accept a Seventh district I Federal court but in recent weeks this rumor has died Thc followup would be the naming of McNutt as successor to the League of Nations council today to consider thc alleged intervention of Italy and Ger many in thc Spanish Civil League circles said the council probably would meet next week to consider the sit regarded as one of the greatest menaces to Europe an peace in The Madrid government in voked article paragraph prescribing League action in the event of war or threat of Madrids note was sent from where the govc eminent has moved because of the insurgent threat to the Emilio GermanFrenchCa nadian mystery man of the battle of was named today to the supreme command of the northern city key position in what may be the decisive engagement of the He arrived here at the darkest Senator Minton for the uncxpired nf u 1 hour ot the siepe when military ex Aged Seller of Munitions Dies Suddenly of Heart MONTK term of four how has never encouraged this although it has been said that he would accept it as a last The fly in the ointment with re spect to the senatorial prospect for Governor McNutt would be that j he would have to run the gauntlet Nov of the 1938 All Indiana political writers have jitters with respect to what happen to Governor His superambition is his long during which he traced a finger of blood across of ANNOUNCED Tank Explodes in Local Rips Through Roof B NYA Project Announced to Assure Santa Clous Visit to Baskets helped spread riuns to repair broken toys and j yesterday them like for wjah fco Children for Christmas were an to to make it possible to send out the baskets to those who needed them their Thanksgiving might be a We desire to thank organizations outside the l nounced today by Willard I Greene countv recreation supervi county recrei Fiscus stated work filiop super1 mt a Santa sot up Church Committee Issues Thanks for Support Given Fiftythree baskets of food were distributed to aged and needy resi WIMUlWIIIvj iiiv 1IJV M Thanksuiv Daily Citizen is because Sinclairs arge nutional companies do not spend large amounts of money Coca Colas unless they know the medium through which they are spending i Wolfords j The first advertisement of this i Basil mak1 er of kings and died Thc agad seller of munitions to any government which had the price amassed a fabulous fortune universally and it is agreed gener jally that it will be hard for enemies to submerge The Governor always has an ace in the He can become presi dent of Indiana University at any according to His friends are in the majority on the board of trustees of that institu tion and William Lowe now is nearly ready to retire because of McNutt also has access to a berth in a prominent Indianapolis perts predicted the citys fall with in a few Leader of the In ternational column of foreign he went into action on the northwest front of the city His men paraded across from the Valencia road to Since then the na tionalists have made no Today dawned cold and was no change in the nationalists the map of Sir Basil died suddenly heart attack at the Hotel where he has been in Mo awakened at his regular hour this morning after a peaceful When his valet arrived at 0 with his he found Zaharoff supporting column to a little force besieged in University in the clin ical ciatc the privilcdge of calling for a particular article by its trade especially when that article is a nationally known and used item such as Quake Oats which is on more breakfast tables than other And when a large BOWLING I concern like the Quaker Oats corn puny decides to support their dealers with advertisingin their own it means Games to be played next week in j salesfor And whqn a large the Linton Bowling league at the i concern like Quaker Oats places local bowling alleys were announc CIKCLL IS FORMED their efforts in Greene county ex d today by those in charge of lea in the Daily it gue shows that the supremacy of the Thfi complete schedule follows I SH H R 937 law firm any taking time he feels like school ImildiiiL under a National Youth Administration Boys and employed n tho NVA project he1 wil1 wolk the church and individuals wh MUhS VISITOR I COll An explosion of a 30gaHon hot water tank early Thursday in East only a whan it feet h errifi n l h ihl in flu toy All local to tributed to this worthy m tho Chatter and Stitch when it appears wil carry the names of all grocers jn Greene county who high school and Indumi university Quaker that means star was u visitor in Lin this who Queen Esther circle was organ ized this morning at a breakfast meeting at the Glonburn Officers for the group were named as follows Mary Ruth Robey Mary Susan Charter members include Kmely Virginia Mary Ruth Ruth former j Mury Susan Morgan and the spon Fancy work ns damage to the unexpected occurred shovtly After 5 oclock yesterday movning soon after MOBS had opened the earjy morning Although wn kjtchen iiUeijov state of havo been the toy I that sufficient supplies available to toys of the they burn school the VISIT TISNNKSSE i ore m recoheii cHfB was in thosu working on the following the to Mt was sum pick nptoy dullIlS to th duinis to lio wishing t0 take ti cleared niid restored in tjnu ahonoi1 to r the He said ct will homes to of this Persons Mi8S Cleo Colvjn of accoinp8nietj by moihe Colviij and sister is to the inn hetid for visaed with all of They will be ton id by Quaker Oats salesmen and their cooperation offered immed In addition to the names Scout of this first the ton Harbor high Daily Cltisen will youngsters in copy of UK Trick Book for one trade mark from a large package of Juaker Oats or two trade murks from two small They merely bring thei trade marks Smith former Mis U llis office and get their will also mention Quaker with tbs They also Louisvill Oats in theiv advertising on Fri day of that week and at any other times when IS relatives in Jasonvillu through the Thanksgiving now head football coach at i Harbor high schoc SARON REFORMED CHURCH The Womans Missionary society will be in charge of the Sunday eve ning service ut Saron Reformed The annual thank offering service will be at which time An interesting talk was given at the meeting by Mary ex Iaul today pre dicted the budget appropriations of the legislature will those of the last The governor refused to esti mate the ultimate total of the state budget lint pointed out it must be expanded to finance struc ture and personnel improvements at state increased dis tributions to teaching units and Social Secuiity He said thu state treasury bal ance now is nearing and he plans to repay the state department borrowed by the general fund in a hudgetliuliincing attempt in during the administration of Har T I AIUXiy all who have boxes are asked to bring Tho Girls Missionary guild and the Mission bund will have u part hi the a branch of the Home Missionary society of the JJREWKRS ENTERTAIN A delicious Thanksgiving Uin iu was enjoyed at the home of and Oscar Brewer Covers were laid for and John Mullis and daughter Suzanne of ami Floyd Ntsty of and Dorsey Woodward and son of this city and the host and HEKE FROM DETROIT and Darroll Ported and daughter Rosemary of are spending a few days visiting relatives und friends in Duggor and Porter was Mary Harrsion of Jasonville uror to nor SONS OF LEGION Sons of the American Legion wilt moot at oclock tonight ut thu American Logioit All bens please be   

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