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The Evansville Journal from Evansville, Indiana • 2

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THE EVANSVILLE WEDNESDAY APRIL 23 1930 Seeks Estate MARCOTTE WILL ATTEND MEET SEEKS CUSTODY OF TWO SONS REID LEAVES TERRE HAUTE PARKER'S FATE TO RE SETTLED Named One of Four Indiana Commissioners SENATE TO DECIDE MON- Q11 of the tour commlaalonera DAY ON CONFIRMATION from Indiana to attend the General Amenably of the Presbyterian church in May will be Dr Henry Mnrcotte HENDERSON Ky April Mrs Beulah Moss Greenville Ky has filed suit in the local circuit court against the Ohio Valley Fgnk and Trust company and Mrs Betty Moss asking restoration of her two dons James and Aaron She waa the husband of Aaron Moss 'L trainman who was killed in a crash several weeks ago The children have been with the grandmother Mrs Betty Moes since Moee and hie wife were divorced at the time he wae killed TTRRE HAUTE Ind April Chairman Prank Reid of the house flood control committee left here yesterday after talking Informally with half a dozen citizens with view to collecting information for formation of flood control legislation In the Wabash valley Reid cut hie visit short and cancelled a conference he waa to have attended He said the flood control committee would make a visit to the Wabash valley In the near future to gather Its own information WASHINGTON April The question of confirming or rejecting the nomination of Judge John Parker as an associate Justice of the supreme court will be tjten up by the senate on Monday I The four were named Tuesday on Administration leaders weTe hope- lMt cay of the annual spring ful that the appointment would meeting of the Presbytery of approved in spite of the adverse yincennes vote In the judiciary committee andj the opposition of negro and labor organizations They concluded privately however that the outcome was doubtful and said a close vote was in prospect With republican ranks widely split the support rrs of the nomination had been counting heavily upon votes from the democratic side of the chamber but there were indications today of unexpected opposition developing there Eenator Borah who Is leading the opposition predicts that a vote will be reached after two or three days of drbate WORCESTER Mas April 23-' Mrs Mary Montvllle 31 and Fabian SpltalonU 89 a boarder in the Montvllle home were shot to death some time last night The police are on the theory that the Merchant Dies VINCENNES April 33 Edwin Kerr prominent merchant died at his home here of pneumonia He came to this city from Princeton He is survived by tbe widow Elizabeth a sister Mrs Oscar Thompson Evansville and four brothers Frank Alex and John of Princeton and Downey of Evansville working shooting was a double murder Raymond Montvllle husband of the woman reported that when he reached home from work In a steel mill he found the couple dead in bed together with a revolver on Mrs Montville'a breast Police investigation showed blood spots on the kitchen floor EIGHTH GRADERS WILL GRADUATE (By Journal Special Service) MT VERNON Ind April Commencement exercises for eighth grade graduates of Posey county townships will open this evening with the Robinson commencement at Zion church Consolidated schools of north Posey county held commencement exercises last week with the exception of New Harmony whose school year does not close until next month On Thursday night of next week the Point township exercises will be held at Greathouse chu ch The Black township exercises will be held Friday night at Mt Vernon high auditorium the Mam township exercises next Tuesday evening at Caborn church and the Lynn exercises Thursday night May 1 at Betheada church at Ssvah Honor eighth grade graduates of the county are: Harold Gee Smith township Lillie Pearl MCReynolda Smith township and Kathryn Stevens Black WASHINGTON Secretary Davis lays charges Involving Pennsylvania republican senatorial contest before senate campaign funds committee Mrs Hazel Glab once charged with the murder of her husband John Glab in Los Angeles in June 1938 baa opened a fight la federal court Chicago to obtain a larger share of his estate estimated to be 1500000 She Is seeking to uncover assets amounting to $250000 which she alleges have been concealed by relatives of the 'slain Chicago druggist lab's murder never has been solved IT RECTOR FOR CATHOLIC ONION Thoughtful Mothers: read this Acute Indigestion! Yon may be happy some day you Dangerous? Yes sometimes fatal read this Acute Indigestion! Dangerous? Yea sometimes fatal When It cornea into your home will yon fly around not knowing what to do till the doctor comes? Or will you calmly step up to thu medicine chest take out thu Rcll-Ana and save the day? Six HeU-Ans Hot water Sure Relief! 25c and 75c everywhere Unable to help the suffering men beyond the walls spectators stand on the roofs of nearby houses to watch the holocaust The blaze may have been of incendiary origin it is believed the Wabash River bridge near Clinton Ind CHARGE VIOLATED AGREE- KIWANIANS TO Resume Search HEAR COLONEL For Granger's Body MENT BY MARRIAGE Bank in New Home KUN1TNGBURO April The Citizens Trust company has moved Into their new home 418 Fourth treet Myrick Dead PRINCETON April Relatives at Fatoka today received word of the death of Myrick 73 Terre Haute a former resident of Patoka He la Survived by the widow and a number bf relatives in the vicinity of Patoka Pouring Concrete for Road OAKLAND CITY April Work has been resumed on highway No 88 which will extend between Princeton and this city The pouring of concrete Is under way HAUTE Ind April (AP) Search waa to be resumed this morning for the body of Carey Granger general manager of the Turner Glass company of Terre Haute who leaped to hie death from Bell-ans FOR INDIGESTION killed In PITTSBURGH Two plane LEXINGTON Ky April (API he married a Catholic the ceremony being performed by a Catholic priest the Rev Julius Arnold Velasco rector of Bt John's Episcopal church at Dayton Ky faced trial today before an ecclesiastical court of Lexington diocese The rector it is charged by a standing committee of the diocese which will prosecute him violated an agreement he had made with the committee It was charged that he promised tc resign as rector if he should contract such a marriuge but the Rev Mr Velasco has contended that the agreement was annulled by the committee Col Andrew Jackson Dougherty chief of staff of the 84th division Fort Benjamin Harrison will be tbe main speaker and guest of honor at the Klwani club meeting Thursday noon at the Hotel McCurdy He will talk on "Citizens Military Training Camps' On May 8 the club will stage a gathering at the McCurdy to which the women relatives of members are especially invited KIWANIANS TO AID ORCHESTRA (By Journal Special Service) MT VERNON Ind April 3 Hopeful that individuals societies clube and dvib organizations will follow its lead the Mt Vernon Klwani club has donated 115 to a fund to provide expenses for the trip of the Mt Vernon high school orchestra district winner to the state contest in Elkhart MILLING FIRM PRESIDENT DIES HENDERSON April Aaron Waller 68 president of A Waller and company nationally known milling firm died here Tuesday night from pneumonia Mr Waller had lived here for many years and was actively In charge of his business until stricken He is survived by the widow two daughters Mrs Hodge Henderson and Mrs Morgan McCormick Miami Fla a sister Mrs Henry Hughes Paducah and two brother William and Jasper Waller of Talking of Cold! Read and Shiver (By Journal Special Service) MT VERNON Ind April Talk about tbe present cold! A subscriber of The Mt Vernon Democrat reported yesterday that 36 yean ago on April 32 1904 a ilx-lnch now fell here Bury Mrs DuPont TELL CITY April Mrs Mary Josephine Dupont 88 widow of the late Hubert Dupont died Tuesday morning at her home Final rites wen hgld Wednesday morning from 8t Paul's Catholic church at 8 o'clock Father Bsmershelm officiating Burial was in Bt Joseph cemetery Tells Tale of Wild Adventure HENDERSON April A tale of wild adventures with kidnapers was told to police here Tuesday by Sterling Paulus 16 Bethlehem Fa who waa picked up on a farm He said he waa kidnaped from his milk wagon April 12 and taken by two men to Marlon 111 and forced to beg for food along the way No matter how hot the kitchen or the weather Frigidaire has the surplus power to keep your food safiely cold It has the power to freeze ice cubes and desserts quickly Theater Man Not Guilty HENDERSON Ky April A jury Tuesday found Kendall ttanager of the Kentucky theater not 1-ullty of violation of laws by operating his picture show on Sunday Frigidaire Porce laln-on-teel peel or blister even when heat is applied direct Even if your Frigidaireisplaced beside the kitchen stove the finish stays beautiful Frigidaire Porce lainon-teel is the most permanent refrigerator finish yet discovered Represents Owensboro ROCKPORT April The Owensboro Music club Is represented at the Kentucky convention of the Federated Music club at Hopkinsville by Mrs Homer Weatherholt formerly Miss Pauline Mayhall of here Piyor Unimproved ROCKPORT April 33 Herbert Pryor the man who was severely cut nd beaten by two unknown men last week in a mysterious assault Is reported unimproved In Hospital BOONVILLE April Mrs Paris Rudolph at here is in Walker hospital at Evansville for treatment WASHINGTON Senate reject proposal to place restrictions on immigration from aU countries of western hemisphere cJne rnrface of the cabinet is so hot it mil burn your hand yet the temperature inside is Come masuS SeeMatyafee pat ifeulaiss On Illiteracy Board HENDERSON Ky April Klmbler superintendent of county schools has been notified he hae been named on the advisory board of the Association Against Illiteracy Case Dismissed HENDERSON Ky April The case of breach of peace agrinst George Davis has been dUmi'ed Conferees virtually finished with tariff revision Helpless After 15 Years of Asthma Oil Heads to Meet HENDERSON Kv April 23 A district meeting of oil distributors will be held here Wednesday Observe (Ity Journal Special service) BOONVILLE April 23 "Ladies was observed by the Klwani at their regular meeting here Tuesday The mechanical unit is in the hot tom where the air is coolest It operates inexpensively in the warmest room or on the hottest day Cough anil Whrexr Stopped Two Yean Ago Well Ever since malic mal to fhe this is Brady Found Guilty BOONVILLE April 23 Found guilty or a liquor charge Hoover Brady Yankeeiown was fined $100 and coets srd aentenced to 30 days on the penal lurm Vote Down Roads MT VERNON April 23 The Pocey rounty council has decided against the construction of two roads The roads were to have been 11 miles long at a cost of $6431840 Manzy Loses Case BOONVILLE of Charlev Marzy against the railroad In a cult here ai o-i Th a a Evansville Any one tortured by asthma or bronchial cough will be glad to know that Mri George Kiefer 35 8a Vine St Indianapolis found lasting relief She eays: "I suffered from asthma IS years I was so bad I could hardly walk across the house and used to sit up in a chair four or five nights at a time The second night after taking Nacor I slept in bed all night I have not noticed any asthma in over two years breathing fine no wheezing and I sleep fine" Hundreds of people who suffered for years from asthma and bronchial coughs state that their trouble left iand has not returned Their letters bookIt of vital Information sua swsMss ind Write for tbis free Information and find out how thousand have i found lasting relief -Advertisement Frigidaire is sold with a definite guarantee backed by General Motors And still more important to you as a purchaser is the fact that year after year Frigidaire continues to give satisfaction long after the guarantee has expired If service should be required it is rendered instantly and without removing the machine from the premises Duncan Found Guilty ROCKPORT April 23 Lawrence Duncan 39 Troy was sentenc -d to one to ten years in the Indiana state fefornsMoty when he pleaded guilty forg-rv WHY YOU SHOULD NLA ER CUT A CORN If you are troubled with corns oi callouses do not run the risk of blood poison by paring them 8U-151178 show that many deaths have xcurred from this seemingly innocent practice or paring coina CTWEIL April 23 Mrs Martha wof-lunM callous disappear snort time the corn or cal- band two children and fvo grand- Ions will loosen and lift off eaailv children Manna a lew cents worth of Ire-Mint HMklns 45 wife of Joseph Haskins little on an painful corn or died at o'clock Monday morning Immediately the paid will dl from drepsy Surviving is the hue-load In a short time the CArn lous will loosen and lift ait! the root and leav-'k surrounding skin In a health normal condition t08ethr the fact that ice-Mlrt overcomes such affections a sore tired aching puffed or burning feet and makes them cool eas ana Probably respcmslblei 7 Mj fid one's feet of ever hard com NT VERXCN Ap'i! 23 Kj iolt corn corn between the low Ruth Oliver austainrd a broken railousee In auch a pleaiant! arm while playing on a trapes way makes it seem the' Tuesday 'J or enyon to pars -orn and People are warned to stop it -Anvtrt'-tsnent 1 ROCKPORT April Foster Cal vtB formerly known her aa Charles Calvin has wired that he waa unhurt In the Ohio state prison fire Cblvin in prison on a charge C)TT Ttgl Quick inra ro- XEjJCils 0 r1 Satisfied cuatomera Aik MYTH Porte OI1L former fat Hoosicr Pile Ren provisional president elected head sent direct for 15 cats of Mexican Bailout revolutionary HEW 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