1930.02.11 Judge T.N. Green dead

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1930.02.11 Judge T.N. Green dead
UECATUR HERALD tVENING, FEBRUARY M, 1930 / CARRY JUDGET.N.GREEN,PEKIN HERE )S DEAD BOARD ** MULE Mound t critical woikme sale by the Dislike of Prohibition Law ' Judge Theodore N Gicen fnr 20 years judge in the ninth judicial circuit, circuit, died Sunday If a hospital in Pekln of a complication of heait and kidney ailments. He was born Feb 14. 1856 in Taiewell county nnd lived there all of his life His father, Nathaniel W Green wai a Judge In the same judklal circuit. T. N Green leaves his wife, thcli only son died in his young manhood manhood Judge T N. Qieen in the ninth district was known for his personal dial ike for ttio prohibition taw When snoopers, without war lant of law enteicd premises and in-rested persons on suspicion, Judge Green dismissed the case and "warnftil the snooppis that another such violation and he would report Ihcrn to the gland Juiv When the Mansfield poison-liquor case conic before him, incidentally, he remarked that If (here had been no prohibition law them would have been no poison In Ihc llqui The prosecutor objected objected to such rcmaik as prejudicial to the state, and Judge Green left tha bench and called another judge to preside during the trial. His reflection reflection during 30 -yews Indicates that m eplto o( his personal opinions he was popular as a judge. He was personally known to many members of the Macon county bat APTOINTED SUPERVISOR W A' Sponsler, former town clerk of Nlantlc township, was appointed N Ian tic supervisor Monday to fill the vacancy Ml by the resignation of Scott H, Wheeler The appointment appointment was made by the town board. Mrs., « Casey, church th* Tuesday d«n Mrs, and social

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  1. Decatur Evening Herald,
  2. 11 Feb 1930, Tue,
  3. Page 4

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