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Batesville Tribune (Newspaper) - September 23, 1920, Batesville, Indiana october 4 d. Mccallum Mauiri Arnot the but the Quot Best Quot tebmsl75 Pes annul vol. 2� Bat a Ville. Ripley county. . September 23. 1920 no. 16 is we if g. Hule Brand and wife present fair grounds for Park. City officials accept the gift Mindl creates Board of trustees to assume get Tiol of Park and carry out conditions specified. Through the generosity Jand the civic Pride of George m. Hillenbrand and wife what has Long been the dream of Many of our citizens that the Batesville fair grounds the converted into a City Park has become a reality for or. And mrs. Hillenbrand recently purchased the fair grounds and a deed for the grounds accompanied by the following self explanatory letter has been tendered the City officials september 16, 1920. To the honorable mayor and common Council of the City of Batesville. Gentlemen mrs. Hillenbrand and i have acquired and desire to give to the City of Batesville for Park and playground purposes for the use of the Public generally and particularly for the use of the citizens of Ripley county and the City of Batesville the real estate now known As the fair grounds. We have prepared a deed conveying this property to the City of Batesville which we hand to you. We have made this conveyance subject to certain conditions limitations and reservations which we believe will better serve the purposes for which we Are making this Grant. We Are info ined the City of Batesville has the right to establish a Park and that by ordinance the common Council of such City May create a Board of trustees for the control and management of such Park. See Section 8774d, bums supplement of 1918. It is our purpose that if the City elects to acct this gent to put the buildings on the premises in repair and t6 make some improvements on the ground. In addition to this it is our purpose to donate immediately upon the acceptance of this Grant $200.00 in Cash and the sum of $100.00 in each year for the next five years for the purpose of Aidin he City in carrying out conditions As recited in the deed of conveyance. We feel that the plot of ground we Are now offering to Batesville is a natural site for a Park and that its maintenance As a Parkwill result in a great Deal of pleasure and Benefit to the Public. We sincerely Hope you will see your Way Clear to accept this donation from mrs. Hillenbrand and myself. Farmers Hou Loti if the Outing of the federation of Farmei of Adams township in the Frank fed re Grove near Spades exceeded All expectations in the Point of attendance and the general Good time enjoyed by the Many who attended. George Trautman of Sunman who was one of the moving figures on arrangements had taken the Wise precaution to consult the weather Man and for once found him perfectly willing to accommodate the Farmers and their friends and As a consequence the Day was Ideal for an out door gathering. The Outing was scheduled for the afternoon and the noon hour no sooner passed than the crowd began to gather and it was estimated that fully a thousand were in attendance during the afternoon. The arrangement committee had provided plenty of refreshments and the program was one Well fitted for the occasion a great interest being Manifest in each of the talks made. Or. Trautman presided and the first speaker was one who needs no introduction to the citizens of Adams township to w. W. Sunman. Or. Sunman gave an interesting account of the history of the Adams township Farmers club which flourished a half Century ago and of which or. Sunman is practically the Only survivor in the Community. Everett Mcclure of Aurora vice president of the Indiana federation of Farmers followed or. Sunman and his talk was thoroughly enjoyed by All who heard him. County agent Griffith was to have addressed the meeting but As state organizer Patterson was present or. Griffith not desiring to curtail the address of or. Patterson yielded his turn to the latter. Or. Patterson spoke for an hour and a half on the theme of organization citing what had been accomplished in other lines of Endeavor by a cl98e organization and. His speech while practical from beginning to end was also so eloquent that his hearers accorded him rapt attention and he made a deep impression on his Large audience. Not alone was it a great gathering from the practical Points brought out by the speakers but it was Quot equally successful from a social standpoint and All who attended Wei a More than pleased with the afternoon gathering. Blow to mrs. Hyatt his devoted wife and that such Steps be taken by theland companion. City Council As May be necessary to create a Pard of trustees to take charge of the control and management of the premises As a Park. Yours very truly George m. Hillenbrand. Realizing that or. Oberting of Lawrenceburg intended to dispose of the pair grounds to private parties which would mean the loss to the City of the finest natural Park to be found in any of the territory adjacent to Batesville and that the City itself was not in a position itself to Purchase the grounds or. And mrs. Hillen bad have by this gift preserved to this generation and generations to come this Beautiful Park which presents so Many possibilities for the future. Under the leadership of or. Hillenbrand s father the men of Batesville and Vicinity of the older generation in order to promote the interests of our City first acquired this ground and gave of their time and Money to Lay the foundation of what now Many years after becomes a gift to the City. Through the kindness and benevolent spirit of the son and his wife. The conditions which or. And mrs. Hillenbrand refer to in their letter to the City officials under which they present the fair grounds to the City Are As follows 1. That said premises shall be used As a Public Park and play grounds by the Public generally and especially by the people of Ripley county and the said City of Batesville. 2. The said premises Are to be and remain under the control of a Board of trustees for the control and Man Ai Tenent of the Pul Lic Parks of said Citer of Batesville to b6 created and appointed a provided for in an act entitled Quot an act empowering any City of the with class to create a Board of trustee for the control and management of Public Parks of such City and declaring an emergency Quot approved february 15, 1917, or such other Board or body As May from time to Tima be a ref by Law with authority to control and Liu Iafe Irwin in county official Dies suddenly Newton Hyatt of county assessor passed away very unexpectedly monday evening. Or. Hyatt had been enjoying jigs usual Good health and had been about Osgood in the evening returning Home but a few min before his death. His unexpected death comes As sad news to his Many friends and acquaintances and must indeed be a great Farmer suicides a or Claut Kama Tom am a a Junoes. Spaan discusses league natio is presents arguments of democrats in favor of league. Fuys attitude Tif republicans quotes part of league Best suited for his argument and Akes Strong play for German vote. Would Quot do away with War proceeding to show the awful Cost of the world War in treasure and in blood As compared to previous wars he then plead with mothers for support of the league As it would Quot make War absolutely and after a few More generalities he opened the discussion of the i be Gigue proper by treating the As i Setti Bly. With 41 nations in the league 1 ea<9i with 3 representatives in the Assembly 123 members now constitute the membership of the Assembly but Oby 41 votes Are permitted one for eath member. Spaan said this Watson said this and so says the league. I in. Spaan went further to say that the cry of the republicans that eng land would have 6 votes to our 1 in the Assembly was false and we need Haye no fear in the Assembly As he had an extensive Circle of friends who admired him for his Sterling manhood and d s a Public official he has Ever been conscientious and just in the administration of the affairs in connection with his office. Fire at american factory a fire alarm was sounded Early on Friday evening when a Blaze was Dis covered near the ceiling of the carving department in the american furniture factory. Although Many of the members of the fire department were at St. Claim s Hall to hear the speech by Henry Spaan the department responded promptly to the alarm and the fire was extinguished in Short order the loss being probably in the neighbourhood of $500. The Blaze was caused by a broken switch and fortunately was discovered before the fire had made much headway. At last greatly to the satisfaction of the editor of the Herald a gentle-1 Heie must be a unanimous vote in Man from Indianapolis a Democrat body. Too came Down Here to explain the i Watson said that the great danger democratic viewpoint on the league came in the Assembly where Only a of nations for it seems the Herald of votes was necessary in editor could not meet Republican Arcase of a dispute which was referred Gurment on the league in his columns the Council at the request of and in answer to our charge that he a ther disputing party to the Assem devoted but one paragraph to they solution As provided for in league in his criticism of. Watson s league. Speech a speech which was entirely now contrary to the statement by in the league of nations while the i Spaan that republicans do not remainder of nearly two columns was the league we have a copy of taken up with foolish twaddle please league and we did not get it ing no one but himself he merely Anfu a Quot democratic Headquarters and Swers the charge by inviting us to i the league of nations come Down to St. Clair s Hall to hear i that in Case of such reference Quot the re lir. Spaan discuss it. I port made by the Assembly if con we wanted the Herald editor to Dis-1 curved in by the representatives of cuss it before or. Spaan came but those members of the league repro instead he devoted another column rented on the Council and of a or More of his paper last week to a Quot Quot majority of the other members of lot of hot air about the postmaster i the league exclusive in each Case of ship at Batesville and a lot of other the representatives of the parties to nonsense seeking thus to divert the i the dispute shall have the same Force attention of his readers from the All a a report by the Council concurred important subject under discussion Hyall the members thereof other the league of nations and As a than the representatives of one or consequence from a political stand the parties to the dispute. The retire Community was shocked to Leam that John Selke had committed suicide at his Home South of town wednesday Ming by shooting himself with a shot gun. Or. Selke was ill last Winter since which time he has been bothered greatly by one of his feet and while Able to be about was unable to do much work. His children at Home were working in the Field and or. Selke was at the House alone. The children Meard the report of a gun but thought it some one Hunting and great was their grief upon coming to the House to find thir father lying dead in the Yard. Ten children survive two children and the wife having preceded the father into the great beyond. Or. Selke has Long been a resident of this Community and has a Host of friends and acquaintances who greatly regret to hear of his to Agic death and who extend their sympathy to the family. At the time of going to press no funeral arrangements had been made. St. Paul Surprise on locals Batesville Defeated by Decatur Shelby county aggregation. Twu games Here next sunday Strong Adington club we i be Here for double header with locals a see these two Straw vote a great Deal of interest is being manifested in the Straw vote for presidency being taken by the 8,000 Rex All stores throughout the United states As Puon the basis of their states As upon the basis of their people forecast the election. The last count at Blank s pharmacy showed 57 men and 21 women a total of 78 voting for Harding and 71 men and 36 women a total of 107 voting for Cox. The returns from All the Rexall stores in Indiana up to monday evening showed 5,673 men and 2,164 women a total of 7,837 voting for Harding and 3,520 men and 1,245 women a total of 4,765 voting for Cox. The first report Froni the compiled returns from All the states has not yet been received by the local Rexall store. Point his reply was plainly evasive or. Spaan says it requires a unania with no argument whatever and most j vote in the Assembly Lych a wit. I or. Watson said a majority vote this was to be expected As the editor was t capable of discussing the subject As two issues of his paper show but had to wait until the keynote of democratic interpretation was sounded before he dared break into print with a discussion lest he might a use he quotes the league As Only was necessary. The foregoing quotation from the league covenant says a majority vote Only is necessary in the Assembly. Now is Jim Watson a liar be it speaking we attended i col. Emmett f. Branch Republican candidate for lieutenant governor spoke twice in Ripley county last Friday in the afternoon at the court House in Versailles and in the evening at the Bartling Hall at Penntown. Both meetings were Well attended and col. Branch spoke upon both state and National issues presenting the facts in a manner which made a very favourable impression upon his hearers. On monday evening Rollin Turner of Greensburg and representative j. S. Benham addressed a Large audience at Menke s Hall. The Eureka band Fuit wished the music of the evening and a number from Batesville accompanied the band to the meeting. Veterans attend reunion practically All of the members of August Willich Post g. A. R. And other veterans of the civil War of this Community Are at Indianapolis this week attending the annual National g. A. R. Encampment. The City is crowded to Over flowing with veterans who have gathered from All parts of the Union to attend the National Encampment and big preparations have been made for the entertainment of the Quot boys in Blue Quot throughout the entire week that they will be the guests of the City of Indianapolis. Opt tip my of t. Dance and vaudeville on saturday evening october 2, James Withers will give this Community something new in the Way of an evening s entertainment at St. Clair s Hall when his dance will be inter Speed with an excellent vaudeville show. You cannot afford to miss this combination dance and vaudeville. Admission $1.00 per couple spectators 25c. Pie social there will be a pie social at the Straus school on Friday evening oct. 1. Ladies Are requested to bring pies. Everybody Welco ipe. Lucite Wachsman teacher. H. C. Of lets Jolt with the drop in the Price of Fords it l a a Kif As thou tit at Layat a of the a Biolette Iju a cml Tiea of i if was a Ira Mimi to audit it to to �0xwi1. Inadvertently take a wrong View and thus get himself out of the position of publicity agent for the democratic party in this Community. Representatives of the Batesville Tribune accepted his invitation since no explanation of the democratic position on the league was Foi Tchoming from the Herald and listened with interest to or. Spaan s presentation of his and the democratic party s attitude on the league. Or. Spaan is a candidate for Congress from the seventh District and has won a reputation for himself As a Crini Inal lawyer so when a gentleman of his mental Caliper appears upon the platform his audience May expect to hear a logical discussion even though their views May not agree with his. A Fine audience composed largely of men greeted him and he held the close attention of the audience throughout his discussion of the league As this is the vital Issue of the Campaign and a subject in which All voters Are much interested. Many of those present had also attended the Watson meeting and consequently were in a position to weigh both aides of the question and to know just what Jim Watson said and what or. Spaan credited him with saying As he progressed in his speech. He began his address wet ii the state poot that War is no longer necessary. And to. The Man who says it is Niece Ary to development is a of said Tike Diw what of peace stands ? is he a liar when he says England can therefore because of this provision control 6 votes when Australia Canada new zealand India and South Africa her possessions each have a vote in the Assembly the charge of liar was made by or. Spaan and by the Herald against or. Watson. Let s have the proof. Did or. Spaan Ever hint in his address that a dispute might be referred to the Assembly or that the disputing nations had no voice whatever in the proceedings or that a majority vote might control in the Assembly where the British Empire could control 6 votes ? not a word. He did t try to explain this but merely answered the "6 to 1 vote Quot proposition by saying that the United states could control More votes than the Empire. He said we could control Cuba Hayti san Domingo Panama Costa Rica Guatemala and All the South american countries. These countries Are Independent while Canada Australia new zealand South Africa and India belong to the Antish Empire and hence great Britain could control them while our control of the Afore named countries on this Side of the Ocean is entirely problematical depending on the nature of the dispute to be settled and the uned states runs no chances. T next he discussed the Council an teaching corps filled the St. Paul baseball team accompanied by a Large number of fans came Down Here sunday and surprised nearly everybody who saw them play As Well As themselves by taking the locals into Camp the score being 5 to 2. Nieman did the twirling for Batesville but seemed to be out of form and he had practically nothing on the Ball in the first three innings when St. Paul secured eight of their thirteen hits and did nearly All of their scoring. After the third Kiemm pitched his usual Good game and Only run scored by the visitors after the third was due to an error. Fischer who did the pitching for the visitors must have carried a Horseshoe with him As he was twirling in Luck All afternoon. Our boys Toudie him up for fourteen hits including three doubles and hit him safely in every inning but the first and eighth but they were Able to score in but one innings the second. Under Ordinary circumstances the locals would have scored seven or eight runs on this Large number of hits but the Quot Breaks Quot seemed to go against them in this game. The visitors made two fast double plays one in the third and another in the fourth and they were Large factors in keeping the score Down As our boys were in the midst of a batting rally on each occasion. The game was interrupted several times by Quot rag chewing Quot Over the decisions of Umpire favors of St. Paul who seemed to favor his team on All close decisions and some that were not close. On two decisions in particular one at second and one at first his work was so poor As to raise the ire of nearly All the local players and Many of the fans in the stands. There is a treat in store for the fans next sunday when the Strong Arlington club comes Here for a double header with the locals. These two teams Are pretty evenly matched having met twice earlier in the season each team winning a game. Nieman and Moorman will do the twirling for the locals and every one of the Home players will be seen in action in one of these games. The Eureka band will give a concert during the afternoon. The. First game starts at 1 30 and the second will Start immediately after the first game is finished. Be sure to see these games and enjoy an afternoon of real fast baseball. Greensburg comes Here sunday oct. 3, which will no doubt wind up the season on the local Diamond. Summary Batesville Lightner cf.4 a a. Wernke.1 Weigel 3b.3 , 2b.2 j. Wintz ss.5 Benz rf.5 Bloemer c.4 Brummer if.4 Nieman p.4 e. Wernke lb.4 g. Wintz 2b amp 3b. 4 a r h to a mrs. George w. Gunder of Browns town ind., who had been engaged As principal of the Batesville High school resigned last Friday but very fortunately the services of miss Helen a. Goff of Franklin ind., were secured and the school is going ahead without interruption. Miss Leona Stuart who has been connected with the Batesville schools. For several years succeeded mrs. A a. Gunder As principal and miss Goff toward 2b.4 will take Over the subjects of latin i Isher p and history. 0 11 2 14 27 16 2 totals .40 batted for Lightner in ninth. St. Paul a r h to Garrett of. 5 0 favors if. 4 Teller c.4 Moore cf.4 blown la. Totals .36 5 13 27 18 2 Batesville .0 2000000 0�?2 St. Paul .12100010 0�?5 two Bas hits w. Wernke Benz g. Wintz Howard Brown. Stolen bases j. Wintz Brummer Teller 3. _ _ double plays favors to Howard fun Quot Raish the mu8ic."pientrof refresh Pic Quot Brown. Hit batsman Nie ments a big dance floor and excellent a a an 1. Struck out Nieman 9. Us music. Come and enjoy yourself. P is Hammerle and favors. Dancing gents 50c ladies 50c. Dance at Jai grounds the Prell Bland Post of the american legion will give a big dance at the Batesville fair grounds next saturday evening september 25, for which the Quot Brookville jazz band will awarded prize Public Sale on saturday september 25, begin among the Many prizes offered by Ning at 1 00 p. M., i will offer for Sale lae Sunman business people during at my residence in Huntersville of their big Street fair and carnival household goods some Garden tools was a prize for the Best write up of Carpenter tools and also tool Diest the affair contributed by v. W. Big-1 Emma Stiening prop almost his first stat ent about this Ney Whoso Chelf for the same found Fred Schieron Bok act Quot Quot its Way to the Bateau due Tribune of Luce Early this a and for which i dance and Vau device it St Clair a we hereby extend our i saturday eve diag out Obi 8. Was to say that Jim Watson said that cd Oad of Page 4.

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