Evansville Courier and Press from Evansville, Indiana on July 18, 1928 · 14
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Evansville Courier and Press from Evansville, Indiana · 14

Evansville, Indiana
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Wednesday, July 18, 1928
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--r A' THE EVANSVILLE COURIER- WEDNESDAY JULY 18 1928 14 II Deaths — Funerals (Columbia University Professor To Tram Scout Leaders Here Alleged to here peeped Into window at the home of Mr Laura McReynoldt 1101 Linwood avenue Jack Gnat 24 1001 East Louisiana etreet was arrested last night bland HJIM1KI O MILLER Annuel O Miller 45 113 Poplar street died at the Deaconess hospital j charlee P Smith proreaMr In at 10 o'clock yesterday morning scouting and recreational leadership Funerul services will be held at the j in the teacher's college at Columtua residence at 3 o'clock tomorrow aft- university at Hew York will be the ernonn with continued service at leader in the Scout leadership and 2:30 o'clock at the Simpson M E church with the Rev William P McKinney pastor officiating Burial will be in Park Lawn cemetery Surviving are the widow Anna: training course which will be conducted at Camp Powhoka Boy Scout summer camp Saturday and Sunday July 31 and 33 Smith who is also chairman of the lone daughter Thelma and six sons Boyology department of Boy Scouts Officers Williams ana &liljrami Winston Lester Gns police raid ws : Eugene and Robert Miller Emergency Youngblood Intoxicated neighbors living near the Me- ( JKndSST theMldndte'iJ-i'd daughter of Mr and Mrs Mrs phouJd ' lnyihe meantime an-1 Fred Phillips died at the home 1810 other neighbor whose name couldiEtr-t Delaware street at 536 o clock not be learned fired three shots at yrrterday afternoon Besides her par- Donald at ’ the national headquarters will arrive early Saturday morning and will be greeted by a large number of Scout leaders from the Trl -State Gnas as he was standing near the window The shots frightened the youth and he fled J Karris living at 1103 Linwood avenue raughi him but was unsuccessful in holding him Police found Gnas in an alley in the rear of the Me Reynold home Questioned at police headquarters Ones told explain Fred Stockmeyer he made a trip to the Linwood avenue vicinity for the purpose of repairing some radios but did not remember the name of the person or the address He admitted taking several drinks pollcs said PLAY DIRECTORS TO MEET TODAY Instructions on Safety Methods to Be Given by Eppley Abrecht A meeting of playground captains and their lieutenants of the safety petiole at the 18 playgrounds In the city will be held In the tty hall at 3 o'clock this afternoon vith G G Eppley city recreational director his two assistants J R Newcomb and Mlaa Geneva Mangrum and George Albrecht secretary-manager of the Evansville Auto club which la sponsoring the organization of the patrols Instructions a to their duties In helping to keep a safety program before the eye of the children at the playgrounda protecting playground property and keeping the children out of the streets will he given them at the meeting this afternoon Albrecht said "Sam Browne" belts have been given the captains to be worn while they are on duty at the playgrounda Ihelr lieutenants will be given white arm-bands with the blue monogram "8" Inscribed thereon Badges already have been given the other of- fleers sleeted at the playgrounds recently 35000 Knights Templar Parade 'DETROIT July 17— (AP)— tinder a scorching sun a great peacetime army of 39000 Knights Templar of the United States paraded for five bourn through down-town Detroit today Approximately half a million persona witnessed the spectacle It was tha high spot of the thirty-seventh triennial conclave of this branch of Masonry and the plumed hats flashing swords and glistening armor of the marchers presented a thrilling scene that brought wave after wave of cheers Mora than a score of epectators who stood for hours to watch tha panders wen overcome by beet end taken to hospitals while scores of otben who momentarily collapsed wen given emergency treatment In nearby net-rooms and drug itorea COLORED T-BASS’N MASS MEETING CALLED Citizens to Gather Sunday to Discuss Auxiliary Project A maos meeting of colored citizens of Evansville will be held at the Liberty Baptist church at 3:30 o'clock Sunday afternoon July 33 for tha purpose pf organizing a colored auxiliary to the Vanderburgh County Antl-Tuberculoals society according to an announcement last night by W E Blast chairman of the organ! nation committee - A report of the organisation committee will he given at that time with n special musical program presented by W F Cooper supervisor of music in the local colored schools T V Heely formerly secretary of tha colored Y M C Am will preside - Besides Beat end Neely the organisation committee la composed of Mrs Delay Newton Mrs Ellen Brown Mrs Ada Lee Mrs g E Bacon and Mrs Helen Marshall secretary of the county society rnis she is survived by a brother Fred Jr Funeral services will be held at 3 o'clock at the home Burial will be in Rose Hill cemetery Ncwbtirp Ind MARTHA JANE I’HILLII’ Mrrthr Jen Phillips six-month- territory who have registered for the course The occasion will also be marked by the dedication of the new hall at the camp which waa built from donations of cltlaens of Evansville The hall will seat 150 penons Henry P Koch on behalf of the various donors will present the hall to thr camp committee who In turn will present It to the Evansville Council Boy Scouts of America Robert H Pennington president of the local council will have charge of the dedicatory services Special music will be furnished by Virgil C Klbler chairman of the leadership and training department of the Boy Scouts All donors to the fund for erecting the hall will be special liKOIKilA ANNA TH'HENOK Mr Georgia Anna Tlchenor 72 willow of Tolbert D Tlchenor died Inst night at 6:30 o'clock at the home 1508 Gum street Surviving are two sons Willie E and Roy H of Evansville three daughters Mrs Annie Mitchell of La Center Ky Mi Eunice Heathcock Shreveport La and Mrs Sallle Fltchen Chlrago Heights III: one brother Jacob Jett Paducah Ky two slaters Mrs Hester West La Center Ky and Mrs Nannie Srhnddock Louisville Ky 10 grandchildren and two great -grsnd-chlldrrn Funeral arrangement have not been completed Tri-State Deaths MK8 CARRIE HI RST ALDRICII MT VERNON July 17— (Special) The body of Mrs Carrie Hunt Aid-rich S3 wife of Luke Aldrich former residents of flavah jpassed through Mt Vernon today eiT route to the home of Mr Aldrich's sister Mn Oscar Richards at New Harmony Funeral services will be held Thursday and the body will be In tarred in Bellcfontalne cemetery near Mt Vernon Mn Aldrich underwent an operation a month ago in a 8t Louis hospital She improved and waa taken to her home In Bt Louis where she suffered a sudden relapse and died yesterday morning Mrs Ben Mc-Faddln of Savah la a half-sister of Mn Aldrich and Ed Hurst this city brother guests during the afternoon and eve nlng Speeches will be made by Judge Herdls Clemente of Mt Vernon and several others of Importance In the boys movement In Evansville and surrounding territory Tha band will give a sacred concert in the gallery of the new dining hall during the afternoon Following inspection which will take place at 5:30 o'clock Sunday j afternoon retreat service will take place accompanied by the band Supper for guests of tha Boy Scouts will be served in the new dining hall at 6 o'clock MRS JOSEPH MEHRINGER JASPER July 17 — (Special) — Funeral services for Mrs Joseph Mehrlnger 63 who died at her home here yesterday will be held at tha St Joseph church Thursday morning Mrs Mehrlnger wee associated with her husband In the drug business here for 40 years She la survived also by four daughters Mrs K Daugherty Mrs Frank C Kuebler and Mrs Louis H Sturm all of Jasper and Mrs William C Blnckley Petaluma Cal We Assure You That Dining Here is a Pleasure 1 Y M C A Cafeteria (Continued from Page One) IENCE Three Ice chests full of beer were found in the two residences along with 34 gallons brewing It Is getting to he something awful In this town the way home brew flowing" said Sheriff McDowell "I'm not a radical on tha subject but something should be done Under the new search law our hands are tied unless some one comes In and signs an affidavit of pereonal knowledge of Boston or sale of Intoxicating liquor “The way things are now the town running wide open with one or more home brew Joints In practically every block In the whole town wish that we could find sane way to clean It up" he said HENDERSON Ky July 17— (Special)— The audience In the Audubon theater here filed out of the place In good order tonight when lire developed In the projection room No one In the audience was hurt and there wee little confusion v Harvey Culley and William Rice operators of tha projection machines were slightly burned about the hands during their efforts to extinguish the blaze and damage to films and other equipment wee estimated at 3800 The blaze was extinguished by the theater employes before the arrival of tha fire deportment The blaze started on a film between 8 and 3 o'clock Walther League' Rules Out Politics MILWAUKEE July 17— (AP) — Ruling all political discussion other than that pertaining to election of officers out of order the International Lutheran Walther league con ventlon named officers for the coming year lata today Shortly before X J Gellmeher of Ft Wayne was elected president question box was opened An anonymous questioner asked where the convention stood on the candidacy of A1 Smith Although several delegates were reedy to make known their position the chairman ruled them out of order sending the convention back Into tha routine scheduled for the day GOOD SCOUT Columbia U Professor to Give Boy Leaders Instruction Today’s Radio Program a CHARLES F SMITH 101 MT VERNON July 17— (Special)— delegation of 75 men members of the local Klwanls club tha Chamber of Commerce and city officials participated In a good-will visit to Union town today Tha trip waa made In the U S B Kankakee coast guard boat stationed at Evansville The Mt Vernon delegation was greeted at Unlontown by a committee of 18 business men headed by F W Ward mayor and president of the Chamber of Commerce and V L Spalding editor of the Telegram The Unlontown group was Invited on the boat and was welcomed by Herbert Leffel president of tha Mt Ver non Chamber of Commerce George F Zimmerman president of the Kl-wanla club and Mayor 8 J Miller A social period followed Permission to use the Kankakee' was obtained by Corgressiaan Harry X Rowbottom from the treasury department Rowbottom was accompanied on the trip by Taylor Jacobs of Evansville WEDNESDAY Jl’LY 1 i By The Associated Press) Programs in central standard time Add one hour tor central daylight saving ume All time la p m unlait otherwise indicated Wavelengths on I u Of call letters kilocycles on right — KVW Chicago— 37e 4:57— Uncle Bob 5:45— Organ 8 :00 — Saxophonists 6-80— 8ylvania Foresters 8:00— Music and Feature 3:30 — Gaelic Twins HKHH-WWJH Chicago — 130 5:00 — Studio program 0:00— Feature 7:00— Children of Mooeeheert 8:00— Studio feature -0:15— Studla programs: popular 4104 — W'UN-lVLIH Chicago— 738 -5-10— Uncle Quin: dinner music 0:00— Old Fashioned Almanak 7 :00— Troubadours 830— Recital 8:00— Features and popular 144J— WU Chicago— 870 8:10— Little Glenn and features 7:00 — All -State hour 8:00— Choral music 8:00 — Organ music 3:30 — Jack Gene Campus Flirts 37411 — WOC Davenport— 800 6:00— Dinner music talk 8:30— National Light opera 9:80— Pianists Reader 10:00 — Dance orchestras 5&4-WHO Dee Moines— 883 8:00— Little Symphony orchestra 830— National Light opera 830— Orchestra - 4083— H'CCO Mlnneapolia-St F — 740 6:30— Dinner concert 830— Musical program 330 — Ceclllan singers 1035— Dance organ - 5082 — WOW Omaha— 880 630— National Mixed quartet 6:80 — Venetian Nights 8:30— National Light opera 330— Studio program 6451— K8D St Louie— 550 830— Dinner donee 630— Quartet 830 — Venetian Nights 730— Studio program g 3o — National Light opera 830— Studio feature MM-gVOO Tulsa— 860 30— Oultar program 30—' rules Symphony quartet 1030— Jr Chamber of Commerce luaor-v EASTERN 4383— WLW Cincinnati— 700 835— Farm Radio Council 4 6:46— Mailbag Ooaracha 8:00— Entertainers Prof Kyrock 830— Variety Danes 1130— Organ 1813— US AI Cincinnati— 838 6:30 — Talk recorded program 7 30— Troubadours 830— Light Opera 8:30— Danes Orchestra 3893— WTAM Cleveland — 758 9:00— Twilight program Studio 7:00 — Troubadour! 830— Symphony orchestra 330— Theatrical hour 1030— Memories Garden 4403 — WCX-WJR Detroit— 883 530— Dinner music - 830— Knights Templar Conclave 830— Health Builders 830— Dance program 1527— WWJ Detroit— BOO 430— Orchestra 5 30— Dinner concert PETERSBURG MAIL MAN PLACED UNDER ARREST Brought to Evansville Jail by U Jf ' Postal Inspector McCullls Harper 14 Petersburg United States mall carrier In the Petersburg district lest night was arrested by United States Postal Inspector Walter Lytle According to Information obtainable last night Harper la being held for the theft of a letter Inspector Lytle could not be reached W E Davidson postmaster at Petersburg refuaea to divulge any Information declaring that the case waa under the Jurisdiction of Inepee tor Lytle Harper probably will ha arraigned before United States Commissioner Charles E Hannan here this mom ing ‘Extra! Extra! Read the Biographi of King uf Heat" EVANSVILLE’S MOST POPULAR HOSTELRY "Aak tha Travellni Mm" IM Rooms Exeelient Cafe Service Noon Luncheon 4Be Evening Dinner 756 (Served In tha Coffee Shop) CHAM J BCHOlZ Pres ELMER A B08SE Mgr- ’yOU ire not in faihion nnleii you can fffBaisrt diacusc oil burner intelligently Write for the “Biography” It will make folks say of you “That fellow talks like an authority” Anderson & Veatch 8th at Chestnut OILBURNEH no noise -i GENT’S SUITS 25 Cleaned and Pressed BURNING OLD and NEW In the crater ot Mount Vesuvius Nature found a natural kiln for burning die rock used by Romans to make concrete nearly two thousand years ago Today rocks used for making Portland cement are pulverised end burned in a kiln at n temperature of 2500 to 3000 degrees Fahrenheit— hotter than a volcano This kiln e revolving steel tube that looks like a I ‘ ' ia the largest piece of moving machinery In nil industry During burning the physical end chemical changes place that give the product its cementing qualities Because of Its invariable quality Kosmos Portland Cement la eafe brand name foe you to remember when ordering cement It passes a high test for fineness strength uniformity higher than standard cement specifications say la necessary KOSMOS PORTLAND CEMENT - CO Incorporated Mill Kosmosdale Kyj Salee Offices Louisville Ky ’ Mala Itftal CsaMiwctsd ml Kasmaa Pot jgn CawttaU 630— Gypsy Barons 7 :0O— Troubadours 8 30 — Light opera 330— Organ music 4813— WEAF New York— 313 630— National Mixed Quartet 330— Venetian Nights 7 30 — Troubadours 830— Light Opera "Mikado" 830— Dance Music 4543— WJZ New York— 833 830— Dance Music 830— Wayside Inn 8 30 — Slumber Music 8156 — KDKA Pittsburgh— ISO 3 30 — Happiness Program 830— Power Period FEATURE ON TIIE AIR Wednesday July IB (Central Standard Time) 7:00— Tha Open 8ea: Vocal and Instrumental — WOR V'AbC WAIU WKRC WOP’I W1IAQ WOWO KMOX XMUC rXXth WSPD WMAF "Tha Idol’s Eye"— WJZ KYW KWK WHA8 KPRC KVOO WOW WHO WOC WCCO WTMJ KDKA WJR WREN KOA WSB WMC W8M WOAI 730— Orchestra and Quartet— WEAF WRC WOT WOR WTAM WWJ WBAI WON KSD WCCO WOC WHO WOW WDAF KVOO WFAA KPRC WOAI WHAS WSM WMC WSB 830— National Light Opera "Tha Mikado”— WEAF WRC WOY WWJ WOR WBAI KSD WOC WHO WHA8 WOW WFAA KFRO WSB KOA WEBC 2893— WOAI Han Antonio— 1070 830— Dinner Music 830— Utah Hour WENTERN 8253— KOA Denver— 820 8 30— Orchestral 835— Variety Orchestra 1030— Negro Spiritual 1030— Orchestra 4803— K II Los Angeles— 840 8 30— Bymphonecte Features 1030 — Motorma tes 1030 — lauan Ltmles 4223— WOR Newark— 718 730— Open Sea Military Band 830— Roister Hour 830— Buccaneers 035— Orchestra Witching Hour 1783— WOY Rchenec tidy— 790 830— National Light Opera KOI' THERM 4753— W’HB Atlanta— 830 630— Orchestras 10:45 — Entertainers 4613 — KKLD Dallas— 883 730— Baritone 30— Musical Pastures -1130— Music - 4337— WBAP Fort Worth— 803 8:18— Orchestra 830— Features 1843— KTHS Hot Springs— 780 930— Concert 1030— Mrs Thoe Avery Bongs 1030— Lon Cheesy Violinist 1130— Orchestra 8983— KPRC Houston— 1020 30 — Btudlo Concert 8223— W1IA8 Louisville— BSO 430— Musical Features 830— National Light Opera - 8883— WSM Nashville— 630— Theater Program 830— Dinner Concert 830 — Concert Organ Frolic (2 hrs) 2983— W8MB New Orleans— 1010 830— Concert (8 hrs) (Contiruad From Pegs One) chosen aa the official name of the organisation Governor Smith’s message to the Houston convention In which be i affirmed his stand tor modification of tha prohibition statutes was characterized aa "treaaon" by several speakers The nomination of tha Haw Yorker waa termed "tha vilest insult ever hurled at southern democrats" Dr J WL Hunt president ot Mo-lturry college Abilene attacked Ben-star Joseph T Bob) noon running mate of Governor Smith declaring the Arkansas senator "sold hla name to the party for tha sake of a v nomination and a wet vote’ V A Collins Dallas former state senator and a dry worker acted aa temporary chairmen In opening tha 216 Meters WOBF 1370 Kilocycles 81SM Mala Bt Welcome to visit Stadlo WEDNESDAY JULY IS 730 A M — Betting Up Exardaee 7:18 A M — Morning Worship 30 A M— Radio cooking school 1230 Noon — Time Signals — Kruckemeyer Ai Cohn -13:10 P Mw— Stock markets U B weather and river forecast 1330 P M— -Purcell Bead Co 1335 P Id— News Music 13:45 P M — Bhoa Service Shop— Musical Program 130 P M— Musical Program-Nows 830 P M — Loew’a Victory 430 P M — Record Hour 830 P M — Roes Marie Shopping Tour 030 P IL— Baseball Scores— H Pendrlch Go 730 P M — Pedro Krause aololst Hugh Hazeingg violin oh- “ ito Cornelius Koch llgato piano P M: 30 P M — Milton Parrish and Hla Calumet Byncopators 35 P Mw— Jerry Bump and Cornelius Koch— trombone - 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