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Bloomington Daily Telephone (Newspaper) - December 1, 1932, Bloomington, Indiana Quot a a Stei a so or Terai a. A Rry i a j it or a a a it >�.�?�. .-.v. A a. A a a. ,. A a \ v. A a a a. A. It a a k. ,. ,. J. A a a a a v v \. Univ i i of Jib by i of h. A a a a a a a a i Yore looming ton a. Indi aaa s International news m a vice largest circulation in Bloomington largest gift Calanc it Wiff Monro county largest circulation Oolitic Stowe Belt in. Covering �30ut�c Stone Bali Fly vol. Lyu. No. 63. Price 3 cents Bloomington Indiana. Thursday. December 1, 1932 member of a. B. C. It % suddenly at children tested i for diphtheria indictment dismissed for Lack of Evi a a re y a Fri Bloomfield ind. Dec. In ins �?1the trial of John Rainbolt. 74-year-old Fairrier of near Lyons ind., on a charge of slaying his ol4 Friend Johnc Annon 70 on August 22 came to a sudden close in Greene county circuit court Here today when the court a dismissed the indictment against a the a end. Ant on the ground of it Focient evidence. Attorney a Austin East. Of Bloomington represented the Dov. Fend ant. A it / a a a a a a a Quot a the Case was dismissed on motion of prosecutor Walter j. Wakefield of Unton. He to died for the disc Teal Ait i Tco Foner a John to Cox and 15 other state witnesses had testified for the state a the prosecutor explained that one of a the state witnesses or. B. F. Chambers who discovered the bloodstained Brick under the barn Quot j of the Rainbolt farm Rainbolt a indictment was based the cultures of the throats of the 56 pupils in the Fleener school have been sent to the state health Board in Indianapolis by the county health officer. The cultures were taken after Albert crites age six Pupil in the school and son of Harry crites route two Bloomington contracted diphtheria.,/ a a a a. Weir youth shows slight improvement a i i. Able to attend the trial had been originally scheduled for december 15 but had been advanced unexpectedly the prosecutor bad sought to get continuance a for the ease but that move was Defeated \ continued on Page 8. Funeral services for Maryon Stogsdill nine year old daughter of or. And mrs. James Stogsdill 425 South Walnut Street will be held at 2 of clock Friday afternoon from the Day Chapel. The Rev. Joseph m. Campbell pastor of the South Side Church will conduct the services. Interment will be made in Valhalla memorial Park. Pallbearers will be Bobby Alexander Jack Edwards Virgil Rogers and Junior Heacox. A / the body of the Little girl was brought a wednesday from fort Wayne where death occurred tuesday night and was taken to the Day funeral Home to remain until the funeral hour. She is survived by the parents mar. And mrs. James Stogsdill two Sisters mrs. Charles Walker and mrs. Fred Lawson and three Broth France and great Britain beg u. S. For Relief. ,. Warren Weir who was seriously injured in an automobile Accident. Saturday night is showing signs of i improvement vat the Bloomington a Hospital. Weir who is the son of or. And mrs. E. T. Weir funeral directors suffered these fractured 1 ribs when the car in which he was Riding driven by Ritter Howard overturned on state Road 37, near Dolan. It was feared a first that the lung cavity had Beer punctured and that pneumonia would develop but this danger is now believed to be past. A f Hattie Turner funeral Friday expected in Paris dec. 1. a Poss big Ity that Premier Herriot of Franco May be forced out of office Over the War debt Issue was threatened today As irreconcilable j chamber of Deputy elements moved j to Force Early debate on payment j of the december instalment to the j United is. To Tad we womb United gain new clues to identity of Abductor. Funeral services for miss Hattie Turner will be held from the first Christian Church at 10 of clock Fri. Day. Morning the Rev. W. E. Moore will be in charge. Pallbearers will be Charles fan Cher Omer Massey e. S. Pole Charles Stevens Thurman Kuntz and Thurston Brummett. Flower bearers will be mrs. Myrtle Huff mrs. Charles Fancher mrs. Omer Massey mrs. E. S. Poole mrs. Thurman Kuntz and mrs. Thurston Brummett. Interment will be at South Union. 1 a a a the land Between Lncoln and Henderson and alien and Dodds Rensselaer ind., Dac. 1. A up a sheriff tone Karne said this morning a Ransom letter in the Patricia Pearl Tripp kidnapping Case was expected a probably a it we have several new clues As to the kidnapper so identity a a Kanne said a but we can to reveal their a streets known As the Allen circus ure the kidnappers Are going to report son car stolen Here from miss Amy Dalton a used in Marco robbery recovered a Baidi to May have transferred to Anouk. Auto stolen in Bloomington a co panic of Austin Bell hunted for Marco raid miss Amy Dalton Paris dec 1. A up a the French cabine1. Approved a note to the United states today that asked postponement of the december 15 debt payment of $11,261, 432.50. It will be sent to Washington immediately and delivered o the state department within 48 hours. Or ounces Bloomington has London dec. 1�? up a the new. British War debts note was cabled to Washington Quot today with the Hope and expectancy that the United states would Grant postponement of the $95.500,000 pay m changed hands for the first time since 1854. The land was owned by Captain w. J. Allen and went to Cecil Ball of la mesr., Ca one of his heirs several years ago. Today Pavil m. Wilson real estate dealer representing or. Ball closed a Deal Selling the land to Roy Pike. Cashier of the citizens loan and Trust company for a consideration of about $10,000. Or. Pike bought the land As an. Investment and has not announced what he plans to do with it. County agent Walter Rogers has completed his yearly report on the activities of the various agricultural organizations in the county and has forwarded it to the Purdue uni demand a Ransom we believe it will he today.�?T. Pending arrival of the expected j varsity Experiment station. A copy letter Kanne said his investigation will be halted temporarily. A we will go ahead with our plans tomorrow if the. Letter Hasni to by then a Kanne declared. Kanne said that no word had been received from kidnappers of the four year old girl since a he was snatched from the Home of her grandmother mrs. Hamline Fie and a Stoger the government we a understood by b. W. Brad Fate to be read to make the payment in Gold if necessary. It was expected that the note would be published simultaneously Heru and at Washington probably saturday morning. A postponement of the trial of Karl Lee on a charge of criminal assault has been made because of the in Baez of mrs. Carrie Parham one of the witnesses. The Case had been set for trial on december 6 in circuit court. It is unlikely that it will be tried now before next term of court. Lee is charged in a grand jury the experts who have indictment with criminal assault the a program of land without any buildings. The Deal was Cash and represents the last of or. Ball s land Here except for a few a ots in the Allendale Sec a Ond addition Between 1st Street and Maxwell Lane. Another big Sale by Ball was the Selling of part of the Buie Ditis on the North Side of the Square to c. C. Smallwood wholesale grocer recently. Smith Southwest of last monday. Of the report will also be sent to the u. S. Department of agriculture at Washington the farm Bureau the report shows has been Active in ten of the 12 communities in which work could have been conducted. The organization had a membership of 100 in the county last year. Four Hundred girls and 91 boys completed 4-h club projects during South Maple Hardinsburg ind., Deo. I Street went to Bloomfield this up a Austin Bell wounded bit morning and secured her Ford be Bandit suspect who escaped a Dan which was stolen Here tues Ture four times in 3d hours Day night and used wednesday a hunted in dense areas bet Ter Noou. In a Bank robbery at mar Here and Miltown by a hear co Greene county. The car was armed posse today. It a found late wednesday afternoon by Folice chief Bafalon Rainbolt Greene county authorities in a shed Bedford leading the Posa Emen near s. Vacant House about a male closed today that Bell shot in and a half from a Marco. No Trace right Arm As he dodged pursue of the bandits has been found. Tuesday night escaped from the robbers had evidently band Liann Mitchell tourist Camp open one it in the shed and transferred or Early yesterday. The year,./the majority of the members of Quot the 4-h clubs were Between to another automobile. It was not damaged but the robbers had traded the spare wheel to a garage Man at Bloomfield for some gasoline. To miss Dalton who is an operator at the local Bell Telephone company Exchange was notified by 1 Green county authorities that her car had been recovered. The License Many to a a. _ riven the matter careful consider on Wanda Rose Wiley 12 year old Monroe county farm Bureau. The tax Relief program sponsored by the farm Bureau will be the topic of the meeting to be held Friday evening at 7 30 of clock in City Hall in connection with membership Campaign of the All daughter of or. And mrs. Charles Ion Advance the opinion that a a a amp a i g a Bury be Oade by a redistribution of gov j mr3 Parmiani vrho was functions through the a a. A practical nurse in the Bouton of township and other to Home of i eat the time of the anal units. These experts would do eged assault underwent an opera Way with the township entirely Tion for , and her Phy persons interested in tax Relief Are invited to attend the meeting. Talks will he made by j. D. Hull of the state farm Bureau federation and mayor Joseph h. Campbell. Music will be furnished by a male quartet composed of William Wood or. Harry Stevenson. Don in in effect and would make the Simian was of the opinion that she j Aid a. Rogers and George Rogers Nonty the lowest unit they would would be unable to appear As a l and by a Trio composed of mrs. Yso decrease the number of Couri witness at any time during / the Roy Robinson mrs. Gilbert Robinson and miss Betty Robinson. Leu by unions of the smaller coun less and by proceeding on this line greatly reduce the number on the payroll and at the same time increase the official efficiency. Present term. Tried Fob non support Elbert Denny was tried in City court wednesday on a charge of it hey Point out that the townships his children Ald Ani Small counties were formed in Quot the old Days of the horse when 25 or 30 Miles was a full Days journey and now with the Auto and Good roads making Miles of Little concern the size of the counties the Case was taken under advisement by mayor Joseph h. Camp Bell. V son born or. And mrs. George a. Brown a of Gosport announce the birth of a a a cat and should be a tripled in size son Herman Leslie born monday. / Phillip Zoercher a member of the Mother was formerly Naomi a continued on Page 4 i Brough. To be argued december 8 arguments a on the Martinsville part of the Northern Indiana Power company used and useful in supplying electric current in Martinsville should be considered in establishing rates for electric serv rate Case will be held before the u. S. Supreme court on december 6 or shortly after the Date. Mayor Ralph a. of Martinsville and at Tony Arthurl Gilliom will ice there. The Utility company con go to Washington to represent the tends that the property used in the a interests if the City. / a entire system 9hould be the a basis the Martinsville a rate Case has for rate making purposes. A been watched with interest by the company appealed to the Bloomington officials and citizens Federal District court. Albert Ward because Bloomington has a similar was appointed master in chancery a petition pending before the Public to go into the Case and present his service commission which is set for findings to the Federal court. His tearing december .�19 attorney Williom has also been retained by this cily As counsel with City at. Torney r. G. Mailer a the rate order involved in the Martinsville proceedings was writ findings upheld the Singleton order. The matter was then taken up by a three judge Federal District court where the finding of the Mastery in chancery were sustained. The company then appealed to the Ien by f. T. A Wigleton of that City j United states supreme court and it when he was Aien Loeh of the. Pub-1 is on this Appeal that the hearing lie service commission and granted Martinsville a substantial reduction will be held next week. The supreme court May hear Lai in rates. The order also either by Brief or by Oral Are hat Only property <of-4he Wabash Gurment. In this Case the court has Valley Quot electric a Cmap amp by now-.,decided to hear Oral argument. J. Lester Bender sheriff elect of this county has resigned his Post As Deputy sheriff to devote his time to personal matters preparatory to assuming his duties As sheriff Jan uary 1. The resignation became effective today. Sheriff h. Stephens indicated that he would name Homer Terrell to act As Deputy sheriff this month in the place vacated by Bender. Bender has had but few vacations in his four years of service As Deputy sheriff and expects to spend part of this month visiting relatives in Ohio. He has not yet announced who will be his Deputy when he assumes the office of sheriff. Two deputies have been used in the sheriffs office but next year there will be Only one due to a Cut in the appropriation made by the county Council this fa/1. A a a the regular meeting held at the elks Home last night was an impressive session it being the first meeting of the Loc be since the death of John w. Hoadley. The ritualistic Lodge of sorrow was held on the death of a brother Elk an Eulogy on the life and character of a deceased brother is a part of the program. A Hon. Jess b. Fields delivered the finest Eulogy on the life and character of or. Hoadley that has Ever been spoken in the local Lodge room on a like occasion. Raymond f. Thomas District Deputy g. E. R. Of Terre haute was present on his official visit and addressed the Lodge paying a High compliment to the administration of the fraternity. A the coming the memorial services for the absent Brothers to be held at 2 30. P. M. Sunday december 4 at the elks Home to this service uie Public is invited. The Farmers Institute held wednesday at Unionville was very a successful and More than 200 persons were in attendance at both the morning and afternoon sessions. Speakers were r. A. Ogg of Greencastle and mrs. Etta m. Guil Liams of Crawfordsville. A or. Ogg is Well known Here having Visi Ted relatives Here Many time3. He is a the Ages of 11 end 13. Food and nutrition projects were the major interest of the girls and 187 out of 199 enrolled completed the work in these projects three boys also engaged in nutrition work. Members of the boys clubs raised 553 animals. Mitchell who connected Ben with the manhunt after observing that be was wounded in the Arm attempted to hold him for author ties. Bell fled Mitchell said. Fired three shots at the but none took effect. A Bell stayed at one of my Ca tuesday night a Mitchell told Bolt. A while he was eating Uuuiun-3 id Fly fun itt a w fast. I noticed that a Tut right plates had not been changed by the Dan robbers. They secured $500 in theto drive him to Bedford 80$ commander to have inspection Bloomington commander of knights Templar will have its annual inspection next monday evening december 5th according to graduate of Indiana uni ver,-5 to and Melvin r. Currie commander. 748 Hunting licenses sold1 the opening of the Rabbit Ancl Quail season in november was responsible for an unusually Large Sale of Hunting licenses. Seven Hundred forty eight licenses were sold during the month by county a clerk Samuel j. Hinkle. Is a member of the Alusani Council. At the opening of the afternoon session a program of entertainment was Given by pupils of the Union vile school. The program consisted of songs selections by a Harmonica band and a Short. Play. John d. Robertson was chosen chairman for next years Institute and mrs. C. N. Richardson was elected Secretary. Officers for this year were i. A. Siuss chairman and mrs. C. , Secretary. Diphtheria the inspector general of the commander Elwood Barnard of Greenfield will b-2 in Charee. A Turkey dinner will be served at 6 of cd Ock and the commander will open on the Temple degree at 7 30 to be followed by the order of the Malta. Several of the grand officers Are expected. Here for this masonic gathering including John t. Boyd of. Vincenne>3, grand commander Hinshaw of Newcastle Deputy grand commander Rov d. Smiley of Washington grand Generalissimo Ralph Howard of Pendleton Captain general and Robert a. Woods of Princeton grand reviewer. Delegations from Martinsville and Bedford commander ies Are also expected. Could see a doctor. I a just then a truck Driver by and ask fid if officers had tured the Bank Bandit they Hunting. I immediately dec \ the Man who was waiting in car was the one wanted so i revolver and told him i was to hold him for swore and jumped from i machine. I fired three time As started through a Field for Woods. None of the shots hit Ingle Blair Indianapolis it live assisted a Rainbolt in dispute Over dog Davill Taylor Lettelleir age two son of or. And mrs. Taylor Lettel brings court suit a dispute Over the ownership of robbery of the Marco Bank. Police believe that the. Car of mrs. Pearl Skidmore r. R. A which was stolen from in front of the grah8.m Joitel at the same time the Dalton car was taken was used by the robbers in their getaway after they abandoned the Dalton car. Bedford police assert that Grady Sherrill of Bedford was one of the bandits in the Marco Bank robbery. They also say that she Rill is wanted for complicity with Austin Bell of Bedford in the Freetown Bank robbery the first of the week. Sher a a. _ _ Rill is a fugitive having been sought a search. It 4 since his escape from the Lawrence i rambo it said he believed county jail at Bedford. Weakened by the injured. A would be. Captured before nig Bloomfield ind., dec. 1�? fall. Z / 4 Ains tuesday night Milo Moffett i Bell escaped from authorities local garage Ryan helped push the Ter they sighted him later i automobile of a stranger stalled in Day in a Thicket. The pre Viertz the Street into the Moffett garage be fled from an aunts Home r the Youthful car Driver gave Here As officers approached Moffett a spare tire for three Gal few hours later dodged away ions of gasoline saying he was in j As posse men came upon him a Huny to get to Petersburg and Woods. This time posse men would return the next Day to Reed tire with a High powered deem the tire. A a Quot today a Check of the License number on the car of the Bandit who robbed the Farmers Bank of Marco in Southwest Greene county revealed that the License tallied with the one on the stranger s car whom Moffett assisted. The description of the Marco Bank Robbe was a Bell staggered but reached Woods and vanished. Bell is accused of being one three bandits who robbed Farmers state Bank of Freet of $2,000 monday a Bank by the Holdup Man mrs w. Pope assistant cashier was identical to the stranger also of the institution alone when the Leir 609 North Dunn Street died at a Hunting dog is the basis of a re-9 30 of clock wednesday evening Plevin action filed in the court of from diphtheria after an illness of Justice of the peace Arthur Parks student has operation Ray Miller Phi delt House underwent an operation for appendicitis at the Bloomington Hospital today. His Home in at Logansport two weeks. A. A the child is survived bar the parents two Sisters Roselyn age 11, and Carolyn age five months a brother Billy age seven the maternal grandparents or. And mrs. Willian thrasher 709 West 1st Street and the paternal grandparents or. And mrs. Phillip Lex Tel Leir 500 East 11th Street. Pm late funeral services will be held from the residence 609 North Dunn Street at 9 30 a. M. Friday with the Rev. W. Henry Mclean first methodist pastor in charge. Burial will be in Valhalla memorial Park. Final rites held for m. aged Man badly burned so i a final rites for Mccamey g. Mcneeley Well known Washington township Farmer were held this afternoon at 2 of clock from Simpson Chapel and were conducted by the Rev. W. A. Confin. Eulogies on the life of the deceased were Given by John w. Cravens and attorney t. J. Save who Avert close personal friends of or. Mcneeley. A pay beavers were Carl Lemon Milton Hite Lassie Jones Jesse Jones Fred Brown and William Robinson. Interment was in the Simpson Chapel cemetery. Serious Burns a were suffered shortly after noon today by Lewis c. Shelley 71, in a gasoline explosion at his Home 601 West Dodds Street. Both hands were badly burned. There was a Burn almost the entire length of the left leg and Small Burns c n his head and other parts of the body. His eyebrows and Huir wore badly singed. A Shelley was removing a Faucett from an empty St Jel gasoline bar Rel in the Yard in the rear of his Home. He was smoking a pipe and when the fumes from the tank rushed out after the truce to was removed they ignited from the pipe causing the explosion. He was rushed to the Bloomington Hospital where a physician dressed his Burns. While his condition was not regarded As critical it was said that the Burns were serious especially in View of a his advanced ago 1 by William Jackson against Homer Allen of Salt Creek township. The dog has been in the Possession of Allen some time and Jackson claims that the animal belongs to him and had strayed away from Home some time ago. The Case has not yet been filed. A a a a a Felt said. The License number was Indiana 243,510 which was issued to Amy Dalton of Bloomington ind. The car was stolen from Blooming ton tues Ajr night. Dit entered. Daughter Bornor. And mrs. Robert h. The Bandit �90s South Madison Street a Nalt probably ran out of Gas Here Short a the birth of a daughter by after stealing the . Louise on november 25. She is loot amounting to approximate first child born in the family by $500 was taken from the Marco Hill was formerly miss Dulce Tufte at Bryant Home fire which started in leaves in the guttering from Sparks from the Chimney caused $5 damage at the Roy Bryant Home 5th and Lincoln streets this morning. The fire ate under the slate roof into the attic but had not gained much headway when discovered. Firemen extinguished it with chemicals. The loss was covered by insurance id miraculous escape from a Horri poles before the cur could be Quot v n a so ble death was the Fortune of l. C. Smith of Dayton o., travelling Salesman for the Foote and Jenks company of Jackson mich., when a number of polos loaded on a de. It was impaled on the a several of the . A a Ellis Shaw who was aiding the Wagon with Brown was the into a nearby Field by. The Force the Impact but was not s a _. Y a a or in the weather Indiana partly Cloudy tonight becoming unsettled Friday what warmer. Wagon with which his car collided penetrated the front end of the. Brown was slightly bruised. Car All around him wednesday i Quot a i evening shortly before 6 of clock. Indian Creek Bureau Smith was driving a Chrysler / meeting Posi of a Ettote re t a amp amusements Princess theater a a even mrs for Sale starring Herbert Marshall. Feature picture starts at 2 00, 3 55, o 5c7 45 and 9 40 p. My Indiana theater a a breach of Promise starring Chester Morris. Feature picture starts at 2 20, 4 05, 5 50, 7 35 Ancl 9 20 p. M. A 4 interest of the farm Bureau Ber ship drive. Some j Sedan North on state Road 37, three a the meeting of the Indian Miles South of the City and Collid township farm Bureau which Heel with the rear end of a Wagon set for Friday evening of loaded with heavy poles and Riv week has been postponed on Eri by Ona Brown when blinded count of the general meeting 3$r by the lights of a approaching from the opposite a direction. A number of poles went through the Radiator and dash of the Automo in Unton Hospital bile All around . One of the mrs. Guy Myers formerly of1 poles Tore a Large piece out of his City is ill at the Linton Hosp overcoat but by a. Miracle of or. And mrs. Myers were end Chance his body. Was not even to St. Louis to live and had touched. /. Ped at the Homo of mrs. Deputy a sheriff j. L. Bender was parents or. And mrs. Frank called to the scene of the wreck Ard at Worthington when a and found it necessary to saw Tho \ Myers became ill. Six m a j so .r.ii. 2? a a. Jew. Of k j l a a a a a a a a a Vav

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