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Greencastle Daily Banner (Newspaper) - April 7, 1939, Greencastle, IndianaJ. Amp i the weather Roll Liv Vii warmer 1 a v Vul Ujj. Forty seven a it it Tom farm Bureau District meet am pointy members wire hot it its to members or Ekht counties at methodist Church pkg Filc l \ id enc of Coo iteration of in 1, cd milies wan composite Chora. Of 57 singers the daily Banner a it Waves for ally United press service of All the Home news a. I v 4 0rerxca8tle, Indiana Friday april 1939. No. 148 an audience which aggregated two Rietl or More by noon listened to. And participated in the proceedings u Tow fifth District farm Bureau cd Day convention held in the Coin Mem a Ial Church in Greencastle. Thursday. That the interest of the Udo a ice in t lie program of the Day Ray a deep was very evident. The Putnam county farm Bureau Mem ers were the hosts for their fellow urea Memi ers from the other eight bounties comprised within the Dis not which Are Boone Hendricks. Iran. Montgomery Fountain ver Lillion. Warren and Parke a Concrete and very pleasing evidence of the cooperation of the nine Tiea of the District in the Bureau work and its various activities was the composite chorus of 57 singers rom Fiven counties who Sang at the opening of the afternoon pro they were directed by Albert p Stewart director of music at Pur it University who has become Active in the formation of a District them. To sing at various gatherings of the farm Bureau membership. Their program at the afternoon Sosten included a mistress Margarita a Fly Penn a the Weaver a Adams Lullaby Quot Brahms a a country an English Folk song. The Community singing which a pent that morning program was let Russell Moffett. The invocation it by the Rev. C. M. Mcclure. Pas tar of the Gobin memorial Church. J. Walter Thompson is District director of the farm Bureau organi Tion and had general oversight of e convention but the District social d educational Leader. Mrs. Claudee Crooks of Parke county presided Jit the Genera sc3sicni. An informal talk which was interpolated on the previously announced program was that by g. I. Ferris who is state director of the Wool Pool ind sales. Lie spoke after the business session in the Forenoon. He did m venture to guess at prices for a year s clip but said the surplus that kept the Price Down last season Toad been absorbed which would react favourably on the Price this season. T vein k. Harvey of the state Board of health appeared by proxy by. He being detained away from Tore by the press of his professional duties. His substitute spoke on the Tolth conditions in Rural districts Nen Tinnin a the marked improvement Ranit Arv conditions one of the a a changes being that from the old sur ice Spring once considered the purest water obtainable to that from s. Now thought of As the a rest by far. M Stewart Leader of the massed a a poke on music appreciation. Quot n luncheon was held jointly with the kiwanis club of Green a tie the combined attendance fill roof the dining room of the Church. Speaker at th1 luncheon r. W. Blackburn Secretary oth Nati Nai organization of the Lam rur in. He addressed the Al a i 11 nerd on l no a a toni circuit court notes a suit venue Here from Morgan county is that of Dewey Albertson a against the Pennsylvania Railroad company. $15 000 damages for personal injuries alleged received by the plaintiff when an automobile in which he was rid no was damaged by being driven in part into a ditch on the right of Wiy of the Railroad at the Washington Street intersection in the West Side of Mart Neville it in claimed the ditch had become unduly wide by reason of the negligence of the Railroad company. Appointment of judge to be made soon speculation Rife Here following resignation of c. C. Helen to he made by governor William Sutherlin and Lames i. Hughes thought to be in the Lead mention John latties support reduction Washington april 7 up a poll of the Senate revealed today that 00 senators supported the House which reduced president Roosevelt s Relief request from $150,000,000 to $100.000,poo Between 25 and 50 supported tile president. Math contestants to meet saturday Deil Al w University sectional will be held in Asburt Hall speculation was Rife hero yesterday and today concerning the appointment of a judge of the Putnam circuit court by gov. Clifford Townsend to fill the vacancy created by the resignation of judge court land c. Gillen. I the appointment will be made i next week but As Early As thursday j afternoon. It was reported petitions were circulated with signatures of precinct committeemen and women which in turn will be submitted to gov. Townsend As a part of the coun derm to organization support for its candidates. The announcement of gov. Townsend will be awaited with keen interest because there will be some services held for mrs. Elbert Irwin fun Neil services for mrs. Frances Marguerite Irwin whose death occurred Tuyin Day at the heme in Madison township will be held from the Long Branch Church West of Greencastle Putnam county at 2 o clock sunday afternoon with the interment at pleasant Hill. Friends May Call at the Home of or. And mrs. Robert Irwin West of Greencastle. On c ventral Honor Roll fifty two s udon s of Central Normal College made the Honor Roll last term. Miss Melr Lra Markland of Greencastle and m is Bernice Lewis of Cloverdale each and 11 Honor Points. Hutcheson find South America an interesting country in very instance to the average North America citizen. South America is a vague tri possible Harmony with the South american republics we should Cement our diplomatic Anil commercial Angle dangling Down below the Quot. _ 7 relations with them. Our future cer Equator where the seasons Are to inv 1 is on this Side of the Atlan polite ours and which nobody needs anti not w Mussolini sends army to Albania to bother about. However in looking up the figures we find that in 19?5 and 19156 the last report Given 12.000 people left the United states for America. Suoth amerini and 250.000 for Europe. Ith Europe we have identical interests from the View Point of defense and the greatest potential markets in the world Are in the Depauw University sectional of the state mathematics contest will be held in Asbury Hall at the University saturday morning at 10 of clock. Students from High schools in put 10 and several adjoining counties a a conciliatory explain vh0ns Are rejected i was amazed at what i saw on this trip i had no idea of the great South America has the longest civilization Commerce and culture and highest Mountain Wall a we went of the South american nations and up to 15,000 in the High Andos on anyone who takes that Tatj. Earth. South America has one of the surely come Home with the same pm most dangerous Jungles known to pro Sion to had on our boat a or. Man. But we did not choose to get Thomas Watson president of in a Thero. Italy to handle Albania s foreign policy and defend it Hope King zog to remain informs poli9i government Alijan it e important element Hitler May delay next move National business machine company South America has fought some and pres Dent of the International of the bloodiest wars yet recorded chamber of Commerce or. Watson s but the american Schoolboy is not company has had a Large Ware of the War Between Paraguay in South America for Many or s and the armies of Argentina nor that he was making this particular to p of Brazil and Paraguay in which a representative of president the population of Paraguay fell from Roosevelt and was to report t Hir 1,350,000 to 220.000 in five years be upon his return to the United state cause the North american mind has so far As i could Tell the people a i never sought to wrap itself around South amerini arc Happy and con South America As a land where pc tented there was no eve Dence of want orders by Erc to occupy All port by noon Mountain capital by late today. All within 18 hours Tirana. April 7. A up a official my a a a a t Lay reported that italian bombing planes had a devastated Tho Small City of a less of in Northern Albania. Pie live. Nor poverty any More than in Nam will be examined in algebra and geometry. The winners of the contests take the final state examinations in these subjects on april 28 at Bloomington. The contestants and their teachers will l e guests of the University at luncheon saturday noon with professors will e. Edington. H. E. H. Greenleaf and w. C. Arnold of the mathematics department As hosts. The following Are High schools and their representatives in the contest Amo Maxine Rogers. Myron Mccammack James West. Tom Springer teacher. E. C. Baldwin. Bainbridge Dean Elliott Thelma lean riskier Stanley Lewman Robert Phillips teacher Francis Mcclure. Greencastle Dean Chapman Aura Mae Durham. Harold Quebbeman Mery overhauls a teachers Frank a. Russ and Gilbert e. Rainge. Lizton Phyllis loves Franklin Porter Margaret Wiley Ronald Curry vouchers. Bornes Ruggera an-h8&Quot 8�?o��?��y hero by being Orville Blue. Marshall Helen Jones Herman Pyle Ruth Burford. Juanita Fulk teacher j. V. Spepherd. New Market Alice Clare Munns James sacks Lincoln Priebe Leslie of Rry teachers e. O. Kirkpatrick and Harold Hester. Mary Evelvn Peters Ella finances Isenhower teacher Ernest. C. Harvey. North Salem is expected to enter the contest also but the registrations of its representatives have not yet been received 1. Must their it Linin a fascist legions fought Way through Albania. Hard work done towards winning the Poland lion meted informal appointment during the next few German proposal a Yah Iii Days by several avowed candidates. German it among those thought to be in the Lead for the place arc William m. London. April 7 i great Sutherlin who was a candidate in Britain sought to include Hungary in the primary four years ago. The at h Stop Hitler bloc t Lay As Benito tit Udo of judge James p. Hughes who served Here nearly a Quarter of a Century and who resigned to serve six years on the Indiana state supreme court Bench towards the place he gave up is not known. Now he is serving in Tho attorney general a office but is making his Home in Greencastle and has always been closely associated with Putnam county politics and it Surprise some if he gets into this contest. Berlin april 7 it up Gorman rejecting conciliatory explanation a has informed the polish government that it must consider the Rittah polish Alliance an import. Element in an encirclement policy primarily directed at the pc mation of an anti German bloc it was understood to it Day. Then it is said Rex Boyd also in the Joachim von Ribb Rothrop. Gema attorney general a office is a Candi foreign minister a Ivo Nally convey Date for the place. He is one of the j cd this View to Josef , polish younger attorneys who was Grade ambassador it a Tai i. When Lipski at d from school Here and who has sought yesterday a assure Ribben Quot via but Little practice in Greencastle. Trop that Poland s not dogs d Ito although Active in state circles and British Alliance a., Aviti i Rinan or spine believe him to be a Strong con provocative. Tender for this new Honor. 1 Ribbentrop forwarded full others report that John h. James of the Exchange to a Golf Hitler who Dean of the Putnam county bar As was at his famous Mountain Vilm Socia Tion will be rewarded with a near Berchtey Garden studying Dis fitting Honor to his Long service As patches from Italy und Britain anti named his in sort to the British judge. It is believed or. James is a polish agreement receptive candidate for the Honor it was reporte 1 Here that Hill i might delay his move until Italy s to we North americans think that average Large american City and a our civilization came from the Pil Law every part of the Cit is we visit trims Landing on Plymouth Rock and of Buenos Aires was Tho most Beau in Reading out Over the Alleg Hanics Tifful City �2.500.000 people we were until it reached the nations South of Ever in and Rio de Janeiro we As the Rio Grande but we visited on a close second of the most up to Date universities we fount everywhere that am in Lima. Peru which was founded in cans were welcomed and Generady 1534. And a four of the great cities popular we found no evidence of d a of South America have already Cele boo nor distrust and most soul a rated their four Hundred it Ith Annivera americans seem in ersted in the Sari i. United states and its people. Place i think that North America s fun visited were Nassau. British we get Ture lies in Softli America. I think indies Havana. Cuba Colon. Chris that most americans under estimate Tobol. Canal zone Balboa Panama South Amer a. We have not Heel c Tyr an 1 Calleo Lima. Peru of that continent and have Para so and Santiago puerto Montt not known anything about it. I and Cape Pilar. Punta Arenas a the mod Vise americans who want to trav a Southern City in the world. Chil to go to South America which has Bueno a Aires Argentina m nth i such a great future mid is becoming of increasingly great importance to this country and not to Europe which is relatively decadent and a has so Little to offer us in the future. It seems to me that this country every minute of our vacation should pursue a policy of the closest or. Anil mrs. Yvo. K Hutcheson Deo Uruguay Sntos Sao Paul Snake farm. Rio de Janeiro Bahia Para and a 160-mile trip up the Amazon River to Trinidad Mak n. 15,000 Miles water trip. Yyi a enjoyed but probably will not make an Active contest for the place. Information received Here today indicated that or. Sutherlin. One of the prominent older members of the sit Ion in Albania had been consolidated. By that time it was expected that he full implications of the British Putnam county bar. And the prob polish agreement and reported British Able candidate of the county political moves to include other natio a in organization would win the appoint Carl Rhor i spa Viator Lye furl ment from gov. Townsend. It was also understood that judge Hughes was not a candidate for the Post and that or. James would not make any Effort to secure the appointment. A step Hitler Quot bloc would have be. Clarified. Political quarters predicted that when Hitler arted. His action would in directed at Poland. There was some expectation that probe hums of Large warehouse to to a Mote mine Cai Skok hit. Which of ill so Vrka films no tio Tilting with in Van tor Fob co i Makiu Iai rights i . Tax. April 7. Up Henry Garrett 7fi an electrician Ami inventor of some note supervisor of the municipal signal system said to Day lie had patented an automobile Carburettor which would permit the use of water and Ordinary Lye As motor fuel Quot the Only adjustment necessary with the Barking of the county to a German declaration i f p lies. Quot kit Ileal organization it appears that tie sent to Warsaw. Or Sutherlin will be named Robab Gen Wilhelm Keitel chief of the by Early next week. Or. Sutherlin is High command of the armed fore widely known Over the county hav was expected t go direct to be icon ing been born and reared in the Teagarden from Innsbruck Austria North West Section of the county and where he has been engaged in see a has spent his Antii a life Here. He conference with Gen Albert Quot a i has been Active in political circles Ani. Italian under Secretary of a. Throughout his life time having a Quot be served As prosecuting attorney of this county for two terms several a is vim a Milfs in a s ago. H also acted an county chairman of his party and has taken an Active interest in local affairs throughout his residence in this City. Sgt it ears Hendrick Youil legion to hold an nil easter egg Iii it sign Day the american legion will hold the Hunt sunday makes plea in abatement for 11 to my Vitok we i commissioners John h James As Putnam county i Jurre haute. Ind. April 7. 1 f1 investigators today probed of i three Story warehouse ,0 a termino the cause of a fire a ditch Lato yesterday razed the in-1 a Quot it a of the building and burned furn valued at $100.000. La a Braze. In the warehouse of the Noral furniture co., started about p or. And quickly spread Over All Iree Cors. A general alarm was out and All available firemen 1 quip Niento were ordered to com bag the fire. 1g-Niture company officials Esti that the furniture All new a was Worth about $65.000 with huilf1ink valued at $35.000. They the furniture loss was covered a Nus Ranee. N a f Lemen attacked the Alu f Ames were shooting from and it was impossible to Suie the building. For More a a Quot an hour they could fight the fire a through windows. In present he said Quot will i annual egg a. Hendrick he to adapt the Piston Chambers to morning at 7 50 o clock on april 9th torn. Quot and n the a at the City Park for children up to Llic Uit coup u. Gallon of water mixed with o can of Ordinary Lye. So hum hydroxide will with my carb Ureto. Do Tho work of 2,000 Gallons of the car Buret the More powerful explosion. One it the City Park for children up to Al . Ror the Audito the age of 12 years. Those serving p,0<. And the Board of coi missioners of on the committee to Mak#8 the Hunt n a Success Are Eddie Buis chairman put m a Quot Quot a a a. Lawrence Crump. De Coffman. Fred brow trustee a a the h. Tamil fir irks court. Brown asked la gone Hun he raid Breaks the Pease Cecil Barnett. He Williams. A. Water into explosive Hydrogen Grimes Raymond Gau myi eight t Mes More Neal. Kenneth Vest Gwinn Ensign Teni a Era stun has not affected buds James e Strain says the Apple bids too near dormant stage the Low temperature of 25 degrees a Hove Zero reached at 4 of clock this morning and continuing through an hour or More did not react unav rally on the prospective fruit crop. James f Strain said. His Orchards ire a uth West of Greencastle. Or. Strain sad the Spyk buds Are vet too nearly in the Dormont stage to be affected by the Low temperature. And. He added they had but Litho me nature on them which contributed to their Freedom from injury. At the Strain Orchards there Are a few peach Trees which survived the kill experienced by most of such frees several years ago. Hut All of the budded Peich Trees of the Strain Orchards wore k Llod at that time he Aid. These survivors of his have shown indications of a determination to do their bit in the production of a crop this season hut the fruit buds of them May have been damaged Harry g. Brown whose Apple Orchard is several Miles Northeast of Greencastle and who was in this City Yuste Day. Expressed the belief that p to that time Apple fruit buds had not by a in damaged by the Low Tom of dures that had been experienced. They were not sufficiently developed he said. So far. The prospects Are that there Wil be a Large crop of apples in the Vari us Orchards of Putnam county Hospital notes blame woman for death of Dickson Kansas Bauman yes killed i ast night by in St. Loeis St. Louis april 7 up Gloria Cambron 19 a nitty a. T ii today that Benny Dickson. Kaos i badman who was killed last night by a men. Had been a put on the a pot by a woman in Black who sat with him at a hamburger stand while he ate his last meal. A men denied the Story As they did when Anna Sag. Known As a the woman in red Quot betrayed a desperado John Dillinger at Chicagon 1935 and led him to a spot where he fell before a men s gun Rome april 7. Cup a Albania May a r w proposals to Italy today for a of moment of Italy officially Banian towns by fascist troops. Up albanians famed in warfare As the f to Quot left their Fields and w i shops today to figh n in in army which landed on their i a clan Rocky coasts this mom re. Off Icin l a urges announced that us Nril a of pliers policemen and my Eli civilians attacked the invade i and forced them to ice Hack toward their warships. Italian War planes and battleships a re report bombing and shelling High 7,<>. \ a lib and Santa Quaranta Ftp Rev tin. Fierce resistance gov Nimmerd advices said. The albanian army of 12.600 men was opposed by a Landing Force Esti lat i at in i i 30,000 upward with Lai a in is of air planes and a Navy be a Iino a it. P Sants were reported firing a then Homes and throwing great a a. A from Mountain Heights n n Fig lit that was hopeless at the moment. Advices to government quarters dict. D that the italians after Over-�?�omin1.the first a distance were a dancing Rek it Lessly with three Mot 1 bombing planes blasting a path f v them and tanks leading mechanized 1 infantry. King zog had two air planes 12 inks and it s than 100 pieces of artillery. Romu april 7 a up a italian it is occupied albanian ports to i. the resistance of Des a at defer lers and marched into Interior to Mak the Mountain Dom an italian protectorate. Feu Hundy a War planes and the t i l lion of the italian Navy Over cd the Landing. An official communique said a our troops la led at the ports of it Anli Quanta Valona Durazzo Anc an Civa m la i at Iua at Dawn to a there was no Rosis Tanc worthy Quot Sicular mention except at Dur it on pay immediate oxygen gases powerful than the Vapours condensed Russell Vermillion and John cart from gasoline in orthodox Carbury Wright. The merchants of Greengas tors. Its operation he said is Sim a tie have made it possible through pie. When the water is reduced to their donations to give several Nice Hydrogen it is carried into the in a prizes. Take manifold thence to the Piston i chamber where it is ignited by the spark plugs. Garrett said Quot several firms Quot were negotiating for commercial rights to athe Carburettor but bit he had de-1 played closing with any until he had made it Quot Foch until 32 years ago when he 20 years ago in Greencastle a ired thousand dollars damages from the defendants a severally and the list of defend in s being Long and including a number of others residing in this county As Well As others living in Hendricks county. Or. Janiese plot in abatement set out that the auditor and commissioners of Putnam county never were and Are not now connected in any manner with any of the defendants named in complaint whose domiciles Are in Hendricks county and there loan fore he said suit cannot be brought or and a mrs. Karl Neuman. 312 Melrose ave., Are the a rents of a Sony in this morning at the Putnam county Hospital. Miss Helen King underwent a tonsil operation at the Putnam county Hosp tal Friday morning. Billy figas. Umler went a tonsil operation it the Putnam county Hospital this morning. In a new Victory Liberty drive a War tank visited Greencastle. In the Hendricks court against these eighteen Putnam county men in Putnam county parties in the a placed in charge of the Dallas police Rainbow division were prepare hence of such connection in Hendricks and fire signal system. Lri onto return Tome front Germany. County crated an construction and h a in on the Golf course or. James also As an attorney re apply firm Here. Many of his in North need picken8 amp Dorsett. A put vent Lons have been incorporated Hea it was a a. The systems and in signal systems East of the City. It. A. Allen farm. . Then the Nam county firm named among the 1 defendants in the Case. 11 n indicted Kansas City. Mo., april 7. I a Thomas j. Pendergast. Leader of the Kansas City democratic machine was indicted by a Federal Brand jury today on charges of income tax evasion. R. Emmet o Malley former Missouri insurance commissioner who was fired from office by gov. Lloyd c Stark was indicted on the same charge. If True miss tan bronc atom y Veals Dickson s it la Ifni As a on can cd parallel of Dillinger s the Small town boy from a ice Ovd family who followed the path it of Cristn 1 gain Money and notoriety Only to be betrayed by a woman and killed i Dickson 27. Was a two gun Bank robber and a kidnapper he and his gun toting wife Estelle. 16 an Ltd cent locally attractive blonde had terrorized Midwest a in states for More than a Ymir. Last night four agents of the i i a in of identification acting or an informer s tip. Surrounded him at a we d Side hamburger an Ltd tiled on him to surrender instent he i cached for one of two it guns to carried in his Belt. Each a Man fired once and he fell with two bullets in his cheat. He died without saying a word miss Cash in examine so. Photograph of Dickson a wife it was not Tho likeness of the woman she said she Hall seen in the hamburger shop with Dickson. Mrs. Dickson s whereabouts were not known. A men reportedly were searching the City for her. Miss Cambron said sin Una working behind the counter when the Man who turned out to be Dickson came in and a sat Down. A a few minutes later a a miss Cambron said a a woman a it 35. Came in and sat Down alongside of him she wore an expensive Black coat and hat and had curly Black hair they started to talk to each other and when they had finished eating Dickson paid both checks and they walked out together. A when the agents grabbed him and the firing started the woman backed into the shop she was crying. After the shooting one of the agents came in and asked her a is i out Nik i on i trite l a to it troops m it blazed at. Bari in l St. Crossed the narrow and it t during the night to occupy Tho qua a Ron r a role Squadron Quot a Quot Cov theft St naval the coast and air Ere d the Landing Mussolini s orders were to occupy ill ports by n on. He mount Aln capital. Tirana by to today if practical �1 and the whole country within 48 hours. It was announced that under a protectorate such is that which Adolf Hitler exerted Over Czechoslovakia it in would handle Alban a a foreign p lie. And i sum. Fit a responsibility for defense of its territory. It was Hope that King zog i remain on the throne but Tho country is to become an integral part of th�1 italian Empire with King Victor pm Maud its Cun Perot Mussolini acted swiftly when King it it ii i in it it it Lnu it inn it o o o fit @ today a weather a and a temperature 0 o o o o o 90s a Insil Lerable cloudiness tonight Foj saturday probably some Light r tin in North portion rising temperature tonight and in South portion saturday. Minimum. 25 fat n. A. 27 7 a. M. .30 8 a. A. 81 t n. M. 88 10 a. M. 40 11 a. In. 42 12 noon. 45 1 p. M. 45 p i. 45
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