Obit 1932-John Leiper, JR Nashville Banner

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Gil DaUij vaa SJournal Published daily except Sunday by the News-Journal Publishing Company. Olflces 218 West Main Street Murlreesboro, Tenn. TELEPHONES: Call 22 to give news. CaU IiU lor Commercial Printing. Entered at the postol'flce ak Murlreeo-boro, Tenn., as eccoud-clo&i mad mat-ten - ', . bLBSCKIl'TlON KATES By Carrier 1 Month, 50c 1 Yea?, $5.00 By MaU 1 year . fcj.Uu Outside Tennessee ,. $b.0U "All suDscilptlons payable in advance. The United Press Is exclusively entitled to the uijp lor publication ol the news dispatches not credited. National Advertising Representative Frost, Landis and Kohn . Death notices, short resolutions passed by clubs, societies or other organizations and other articles which fcave a distinct news value are published in this paper as news, and without charge. Caids ol thanks, notices, long resolutions, obituaries and other articles not classed as news are charged lor at the rate ol threecents per line per insertion, minimum charge, $1.00. tally and continuous churucterlsllcs of hia career. ' As a member of the locul stufl ol the American and market reporter he came in close contact with the dully life of the community, and firmly established himself In the public -regard. He had charge' of the market department on The Banner when he first formed a connection with thl3 paper, but after an Interval was transferred to the telegraph desk, serving for many years as the highly efficient assistant to the late Frank C. Allen, telegraph operator, whom he succeeded about v year ago. ' Mr. Lelper was a man of unassuming bearing, courteous, considerate ol others, conscientious .and .capable. His passing brings a sense of personal loss to the entire membership ol The Banner lamlly. Nashville Banner." I Burleaque Paper Stirs Loiighorns Democratic Nominees For President FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT For Vidfe President JOHN NANCE GARNER For Governor HILL McALISTER For R. R. Commissioner JUDGE L. D. HILL v For Congress J. RIDLEY MITCHELL " For Senate J. J. JEWELL, Jr. For Representative C. C. WOODS Austin, Tex., Nov. 3 (U.RV-Texas Uni- 1 verslty was agog today over the appearance of ".The Sexan," take-off on the , name of the school's daily publication, The Texan, . Especiall so were the faculty members. "The Sexan" made veiled charges against unnamed professors, and declared if they were not removed by the board of regents, the charges would be lepeated with names included. impulsion is the penalty for Issuance of a publication not authorized by the board of publications. : . f.- John Leiper ' The death of John Leiper, which occurred after a brief illness, will be sincerely regretted by a wide circle of friends, and is , a distinct loss to the staff of The Banner, with which lie had been connected lor twenty-two years. . , . ' . Mr. Leiper was a native of Murfrees-boro, a community which has furnished to Tennessee journalism some of its most notable ; figures. He prepared himself by private study for the practice of law, receiving his license in 1900, but the newspaper field was more attractive and he came, to the capital city. Sound intelligence, devotion to his work, and trustworthiness were Man Leaps From Empire State Top ' r-New York, Nov. 3 (U.R) An uniden tified man today leaped from the. topmost Dinacle of the Empire State build ing, world's tallest building,- and fell to his death on the Observation floor, 17 stories below. The man was seen at the base of the dirigible mooring mast at the 103 floor. Before he could be stopped ,he leaped. The observation floor,, a parapet going entirely around the building, is on the 86th floor. . Porlerfield School News J we have oeen-very busy ipr tne last week on some improvements for the school. We have remodeled our-bas-ketball couit and purchased a new ball, painted the blackboards, bought a new supply of drawing material for the entire eight grades, and some new color posters for the wall. ' Cur attendahce'ToOhe past month was 99 plus, o which we were very proud. , . James H. Cummins, . representative from Cannon county, will speak here Friday night at 7 o'clockA band from Woodbury will assist in the program. We are asking that the patrons of the school meet at 6:30 o'clock as wa have some business to discuss before the regular program starts. wooded

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  1. The Daily News-Journal,
  2. 03 Nov 1932, Thu,
  3. Page 2

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