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Greencastle Daily Banner (Newspaper) - April 12, 1939, Greencastle, IndianaL 9 rat weather "7 and w Armer a a a a a rhe daily Banner a it Waves for All Quot i v v United press service f All the Home news a a a 4� 4 a a 4 5j a taxi key seven Iree Nastle Indiana whine Day air Al i 12, 1939. No. 152 Rometer s to 23 Zero state farm band gives to ii Rani dial High school convocation in. I. P. Company r0ps above men think fruit had not ii Vance a Xoi go to be he Rbt inched to five o clock a on about Light for kill ii but critical Point Camo too Lite Iii the night Niy to tire degrees above Zero Rit 9 seriously considering off their Winter coverlets into the open to Start Ruit season is something for j men and Amateur producers l to think about. They arc of however that the fruit kid not yet advanced sufficient permit the freeze to harm pfisibl., there was a thinning by 3 but that is something usually. A Ion Point in the temperature ached at five of clock wednes coming. At which time the sky most cleared itself of Clouds Mergin. At convocation tuesday the students of Greencastle High school wore entertained for More than an hour by the state farm orchestra. This popular organization under the leadership of a a curleys Davis has made several appearances recently n the City and Lias met with Hearty approval by All who have heard them. In their Many selections of both old and new favourites the members of the orchestra displayed an astonishing amount of versatility in musical Talent vocal As Well As instrumental. The students were most generous in expressing their appreciation to Liia group for making their convocation one of the Niort enjoyable of the year. Will occupy new offices elaborate Headquarters Are nearing completion in Heath building to hold an opening Public to Ike invited to new Headquarters to View latest Iii elect Raj equipment search Broadens for armed bandits two escaped in Light tan Sedan taking clerk with them i nipping West wind was blow be conditions were about right i killing fild but the critical came toe Lale in the night to Maul. Mobile owners scurried around lining before seeking protect la inst freezing of the water in to diatoms of their cars and some a Housew ves busied themselves hag the and it other Early Flowers that were Ling in the gardens and on the . In in la no a Tsoi tubes held for sen. Lewis ions highest officials psf Ibi i in Senate to Pav tribute Islington apr.1 12.�? up nation s highest officials repro the executive. Jud Cial and of the govenor Aasem hed in the Senate a today to pay tribute to the sen. Janies Hamilton Lewis a. Sere.1 services for the colourful in old senator who died Sun inight of heart d Soave were at 2 30 p. M., est., in the pre of president Roosevelt Mem i of his Cabinet justices of tie1 pm court the diplomatic corps ingress it was the first state i since that of sen. Joseph t d ark., who died while pkg the presidents fight for the me court reorganization Bill la 1937 a body was placed in the Well chamber in which he often vhf Hia famous red whiskers Ian col red Vest Quot Prim to the it Quot his widow and relatives sit f the v Yor banked casket while Zub Arney t. Phipps sen Chania r conducted the Brief inking the car kit on o ther ride Hopr rident and his Cabinet sup eme court justices. A kit be t f a cantors and repro a a apr vhf i chosen to escort the try i Bur Al place in Abbey ulna nearby Virginia. Lewis Rossville ind. April 12 a up state police today broadened a search for two armed bandits who robbed the regal store Here of $75 and kidnapped a store clerk last night. The two escaped in a Light tan Sedan taking Maurice Peters the clerk with them. Peters was released unharmed about 2% Miles from Here shortly after the robbery. He was warned not to look at the car or the bandits and was unable to describe them. State police believed however that the two were the same men who had committed several combination robberies and kidnappings in Central Indiana in the past week. They said they had been unable to find any indications whether the men were a convicts or parolees. The robbery Here was the second in less than 24 hours in Clinton county. Earlier two armed men had robbed a Kirklin restaurant of $35. Police doubted that both robberies were committed by the same men. Fred Bays starts new party duties Surprise developed when James Beatty resigned com Mittee Secretary the m Indiana Power company will occupy its new office an 1 showroom in the Heath building at 14-16 South Jackson next monday. April 17, it was announced today by j. A. Bamberger District manager. Remodelling work in the now quit ters is nearing completion and office equipment records and display appliances will be moved to the new Loveat on a4 rapidly As possible with the plans be no to have everything in readiness for the opening of business monday morning or. Bamberger stated. A newly remodeler service store. Building at 18 South Jackson Street just acro a the Alley South from the new office and showroom already is being occupied. The present Headquarters of the company have b? at 22 South Indiana Street for the last twelve and one half years. Concentration in Greencastle of activities of the company s Western division a program which has been carried out Over the past several months led to the need for add toned space or. Bamberger declared. Desire for expansion on the part of Horace link amp company which occupies a part of the ground floor space at the South Indiana Street location and the suitability of the Jackson Street site for the Power company a needs provided an Ideal solution to the situation. With the division engineering and sales departments housed in newly remodeler quarters an the recon a floor of the Heath building the stores department located next door and with the District office an 1 showroom in completely modernized quarters the Power company wild enjoy an enlarged and ohm pact Headquarters in Greencastle plans Are now being made for a formal opening of the new off be and showroom and announcement of this event will be made at a late Date. Or. Bamberger said. More than 100 present for elks installation another successful get together was enjoyed tuesday night by the membership of the Gre Castle elks ledge. The Affa r marking the annual installation ceremonies. More Han 100 Lodge member were present for the Stu Llanio i of officers a which time Albert 2. W 1-Llams took Over the Dut a of exalt a ruler for the coming year to Lead the list of new leaders. Jim Walker served a3 installing off cd the d Ning rom of the Home was the scene of a a melt feat following the services and Many pounds of the famous fire frn Pecan am Mich., w Ere consumed by the during the meal. Thirty file petition for reassessment lists of properties affected Are posted in court House to meet tuesday april 25 asks Russia to assist Rumania inquiry made in reply ultimatum issued by Kuma n 0111 1 a is to London. April 12 up great Britain has ask d Russia if she would Aid Rumania in event of an attack by Germany it was in Oday. The inquiry was made in reply to an ultimatum like statement by Rumania that unless she obtained a British military guarantee of n Security this week she might be a Reed to accept German Friendship and German domination it was Learned. This new complication canc As prime minister Neville Chamberlain sought to Lessen tension with Italy by obtaining from Premier Benito Mussolini a firm pledge that evacuation of italian troops from Spain would begin within the next few weeks. It was asserted in reliable quarters that Mussolini sent a personal message to Chamberlain sunday giving numerous assurances and promising g to maintain the present status in the Mediterranean and that Chamberlain sent a reply monday. Now apparently Chamberlain hoped to get an answer t his own Mes Sage before the House of commons assembled tomorrow. He hoped to be Able to announce that Mussolini bad named a definite Date for evacuating italian troops from Spain. Pending this reply the inner Council of the Cabinet already had drafted a declaration of policy which Chamberlain is to make in commons two for it in Clinton hip x. Franklin it Greencastle Russell Ami Washington township 2 a total of thirty petitions from Putnam county have been filed with the state Board of tax commissioner of Indiana asking for reassessment of real estate in the county. Two of these petitions Are from Clinton township five Fromi Franklin. List in from Greencastle township two from Russell and Washington teen ship each. A Cleon township the amounts of re auctions asked total $400, in Franklin $790 in Greencastle town hip $2,450 in Russell. $450 and in w . The total is $2,460 from to two petitioners. The petitioners and the taxpayers f each township from which such inti Tiona. Have been filed to appear it v hearing by the state tax Board a representatives in the court House n Greencastle tuesday. April 25. At 3 cd clock in the morning if they care to. To show cause Why such reassessments should to made or not made. The reassessments will be ordered by the state Board if there Are no objection. Lists of the properties affected by these petitions Are posted in the court Bouse and also it the offices of the township trustees of the townships in which such properties Are touted. Mrs. C Ora Eckles died monday evening mrs. Cora May Eckles. Well known Knightsville resident and widow of the late Eckels d de monday evening at the Clay county following a by of illness at the nge of 62 years. Mrs. Eck is was bom n Owen i county. September 19. 1876. And or Early life was spent near Cave Dale. She was married october 10. 1906. To Marlin Eckles who did Abs us ten years ago. Funeral serv Ces be h id at he knig Tavill a m e. Cd i cd 1. Day afternoon. All forces prepared for any emergency k \ n c i s Mediterranean Fleet steadied of it of Toulon naval base no details available i ii v Fleet we moving to beit a nation dec ded upon under plan conference for women on Frida Indianapolis april 12 up it a pledged to perfect an a unbeatable organization for the 1940 Campaign Fred Bays of Sullivan today started his newly acquired duties As chairman of the democratic state committee. At a a a Harmony Quot meeting of the state committee yesterday afternoon Bays was elected unan Mously by acclamation to succeed 1 ally. Gen. Oiler St civics Jackson who had resigned formally a few minutes before. Charles Sheridan Speaks at rotary will represent Loc Al club in state discussion con test May if. The Greencastle rotary club pro Gram Wedner Day n cons h 1 Ted of the address of Charles Sheri-1 Ian. Grce Rastle High school youth a us prise Levy la no when James a.�10 w a a represent the local club in l. Beatty. Or. Secretary of the com state d scission contest among Mittee since Jan. 1. 1937, announced rotary Eluba at is annual meeting that he also was resigning in order a a a s a eth Ben 1 on May 16. To give Bays a Clear path in develop it. Sheridan represent i tile to to make Albania joint monarchy Italy night Albania would be monarchy similar to old Austro Iii Gary Arrence Bassett ton embed tues. 1 4t ills Home at stood up following a years illness eng whatever new policies he i. It was believed that Beatty worm be named to a state Job. Father of local resident is dead Parent of Harold James Taylor succumbs at Kalamazoo Mich. Harold James Taylor of the Dole apartments today received word that his father. George a Taylor. 68-Ycar-old retired business Man cel club last year and won the group contest and pieced second in the St no Eil scission at Indian aprils. He stands a Fine Chance it r believed of winning the. S ate contest this year. H r Drill very is splendid an i he has incl led some unusually is tor Al a his Addre a. The subject Quot the value of a rotary club to big a four resumes i replacement work Clarence Bassett born in. Partlo 50 years ago. Died at his at 3 of clock this morning Goodland tuesday after an j Home in Kalamazoo. Mich. Of a tinting a year or More. 1 Toen compelled to retire from practice of Medicine some time c1 1k0 of his ill health. Barrett was the son Pri. T. J died at his of Rev Bassett being related f h path family of this in unto tin i Mother 1 dip nine he graduated University in 1898. Gang of one Hun Keo men started not far West of North Fillmore although or. Taylor had been in failing health for the last five the big four in Road corporation months news of his death came As a monday resumed its Strel replace Sudder Shock to members of the fam ment work starting a gang it it a a friends. He had been suf Hundred men not far West of nor h Fly More. That town to be reached Scriba. N. A. L Medicine at the Wisconsin 1 ment eight years ago Ria Quot end surgeons University Mazoo. He was a member =ukr-., locating at got hand presbyterian Church upon the practice of med-0lowtng his graduation from j1,1 1 a Quot rank of lieutenant in Var and had been Active r american legion and in the Reserve corps since that a riving re the widow a son. Ily and Fering from heart declared engaged in the Furni by the steel layers wednesday. This Ture business for Many years in work was begun Lari year and it is an i upon his retire 1 intended to Complete it to the West went to Kala Side of Indianapolis the s summer it of the was discontinued for the season late j last summer at a Point Eari of Grcen can be where it was resumed this week. The Hundred men which were up to work at the Start of the work this week arc former employees of the Road Many of them being regular Section employees brought from As far As West Illinois and the greater part of the number now at work were on that Job last season. The w ash1 Noton town ship resident died to estai mrs flan Evans ago 91 yens widow of William Evans and a Well known resident of Washington town ship died tuesday evening at 9 of clock at her Home South of Highlands. Funeral arrangement w 11 be announced inter. Bloc trying for j it reorganization i fighting appropriation for Relief in coming fiscal year Washington. April 12 a a up the congressional Economy bloc successful in slightly whittling this years Relief funds will try to prevent any appropriation for Relief in the coming fiscal year until the Wortas Progress administration is materially reorganized it was indicated today. The fight Over the last of this years Relief funds ended last night when the Senate passed and sent to president Roosevelt p. Bill appropriating $100.000.006 $50.000 000 Leda than to asked to carry spa until july 1. The president will ask $1.500.000.000 for the new fiscal year beginning Mien. Word of that figure to be formally submitted by or. Roosevelt within r few Days was cheered by Economy advocates. A total of $2.250 000 000 was voted for Relief thin year. Tirana. A Bania. April 12. 1 up it Italy intends to make Albania a joint monarchy with King Victor Emmanuel As King it was reported today As a constitutional Assembly met to approve a new Constitution. Tims Italy and Albania would to a dual monarchy along the l nes of the old Autro hungarian monarchy. Albania would have a separate go Emmen. Count Galeazzo Ciano. Ital an fore in minister arrived by air plane to Day to attend the constitutional Assembly. Members of the a ban an Parlia me representatives of albanian prefectures and Delegate representing the prof of ions anti trades were selected t a serve As assemblymen for the meeting. Italian Trcopan yesterday reached Bilisha. The last Southern albanian immune near the greek Frontier. Three fascist tia battalions of 1 at Valona and occupied the Oglon nearby. Noted speakers comic for second educational conference an educational conference that will be of interest to women in this area its scheduled for Depauw University it Green cattle. Indiana. Friday. April 14 the conference is the first of a series of the a continuing Depauw a scorching inquiry into the place of the Liberal Art College. The women a conference w 11 have As its theme Quot women a service through education Quot and will have a3 featured speakers the honorable Florence e. Alien noted woman Jurist who is judge of the United states circuit court of appeals in Cleveland Ohio miss Beatrice Dvorak of the. United states employment ser a co in Washington. I. C. And m s Elizabeth Lyman professor of family Case work and director of admissions of the school of applied Soril sciences of Western Reserve University. Cleveland. The conference will be divided into a mom no and afternoon cession. Miss Dvorak will be the first speaker on the subject Quot women serve in she will be followed by prof. Lyman. Panel discussion will follow each address. Mrs. John h Harrison of Evanston. Ill. Will be the Leader for miss Dvorak stalk and miss Jeanne Smith of ind Mapo Lis will Lead the discussion of prof. Lyman a remarks. Mrs. Joe Mccord of Greencastle. State president of the american association of University women Wal preside at the morn no it con linux Al on in wot Paris. April 12. A up it a Frances steamed out of the great tour on naval base under Roc i d today As the government mad a the land air and sea forces ready for any eventuality. No details of the sailing were available but it was understood that the fit t was moving to Destin teens decided under a franc cd nitrate ships from them to Terranc an. New Mea air prepare one c. Formal Cou upon months ago i British plan to con rat strategic bases and lice the entire med s concerning land and were expected after in i f ministers today a sudent Albert presid j. H. Flummer 78, Passi d away tues. Services will be held thursday afternoon at Shannon funeral Home k. I. Mcco to Addi to is student will six eak on in for sonnet. And Industrial problems Friday Ermanea r Ful besides the son of Greencastle Ether survivors include the widow. Mrs. Carrie m. Taylor two sons Thomas e Taylor of Kalamazoo and George l. Taylor of Syracuse. N. Y. Tentative plans have Heen made to conduct funeral services saturday in Kalamazoo. Burial will be made in p Kalamazoo cemetery. ,t of decatur�?T.,., and or. And mrs Taylor of ,9 red. Hirte. K Schmidt off a the ni1ch�?~gan y ring new men for Takh work Cal. 20 years ago o in Greencastle the High school auditorium cd. Tain had been o . At a Cost of $378. The newspaper said it would is Quot an exquisite one and an ornamental addition to the new the newspaper of the Day announced a jazz music is going to flood the United states Quot and How mrs. Mary Mathias was hostess of the women s club. Russell Pierce of Emmetsburg Iowa and sergeant Ralph Pierce of Camp Dix. N. A. Were called Home by the death of their grandmother. James Harvey Plummer age 78 Wara. Died tuesday evening at 10 15 of clock at the Home of his Ritter. Mrs. Mary e. Cox s uth Indiana Street Road following a three years illness. He had made h a Home with his Sis Ter for the last 20 years. Or. Plummer was Well known in j made son town hip. Where he was born and where he spent Many years of Hia life. He was Bam november 4. 1860. Survivors arc the one sister mrs Cox. And no Eccl and nephews. Funeral services will be head thursday afternoon at 2 o clock from the Shannon funeral Home. The Rev. C. M Mcclure Ltd the Grbin myth dist Church w i be in charge interment will be made in Forest Hill cemetery. Friends May cull at the Shannon funeral Home. Speaking on personnel and Industrial relations problems As applied to his own company. K. D. Mccoy of thu Kroger grocery and baking company a Industrial relations department at. Cincinnati will talk at the University Friday to members of prof Paul j. Fay a two classes in pen Onnel psychology. Mccoy a graduate of Depauw University in 1925 is a member of Phi Gamma Delta fraternity and scabbard and Blade honorary military organization. Starting with Kroger in 1931 As manager of one of the company a Indianapolis stores. He has served successively As fun per visor and grocery training instructor. Later he became personnel manager of Cleveland Branch directing personnel work for of. M tlr.,. Employees of offices warehouses and the branches 200 stores. Last year Mccoy was transferred to the Industrial relations department w the already it was Learned the gov a rement lad cancelled easter leaves of All army re n individual rest a St we i i in a called quietly to the colons. As in the instance of the Fleet sailing details were unavailable under a recent decree forbidding publication of military secrets. But an idea of lie extent of the army nil May be gained from the fact the without any mass orders few families in France had been unaffected. It was understood that the Cabinet had made All preparations to put the railroads under military authority in vent of an emergency. These preparations were Frances contribution to the British French program for halting the expansionist policies of Italy and Germany. The Maginot line defences opposite i Germany Hail been put on War footing. Trained reservists had been stationed immediately in front of and behind the main fortifications in a a sacrifice positions where they would hold off an initial attack with a a most no Hope of life. Though particular attention was pad abroad to French and British warship movement at the Entrance to the Adriatic it was understood Here that the fleets were being stationed All Over the Mediterranean under a general strategic plan. Main Fleet units were reported going to French and British bases with the heaviest British warships concentrating at Malta Between Sicily and North Africa and lighter units in sheltered French North african Fri Nch naval movements seemed to to destined Chi Fly to strengthen be a a the uses in the and Tunis a in act 3ritish-fr it Alian move French Isi lot i i under git Ana i the Eastern Medit which would in event of a h retort to a British naval Mediterranean to be now at by As regards a Depauw receives $10 000 under provision of Wili Depauw University today had been be year prior notified that. It w 11 receive $10,100 under the will of Jonathan b. Morrii 91-Ycar-Cjd retired Florn. Ind., farm or. Morris will was adm Ted to probate monday in Phonix. Ariz. He died March 18. The will also provides that Taylor University at Upland ind., receive $2,000. At. The company a general offices in Cincinnati. Prof. Busoni Lairg sex Pill tue a former principal of Givi in cantle school die at Crown Point wed wan Recey Ved i e tuesday by or. And mrs. H. K w Miami. West Poplar Street this City of the d Ith of prof. F. L. Busenburg former principal of the Greencastle High school. He died at 1 30 of clock tuesday morn no at Crown Point where the family had resided since leaving gone incas pc or Busenburg closed has work Here As school principal in the Spring of 1928. He had come Here to that time to become principal having been teacher of Matha Matics in the schools at Columbus before that. His widow and the r son. Charles who is now Abou 23 years old Are the survivors. The funeral services will be held at Fulton this state at 1 30 of clock thursday afternoon the condition of Queen Albania who Contra childbirth a fever i be eve to Ion in at week was Imp today after a 3uddt n night. Her condition std v so serious that the gig a lot attending her was Liucc a Berlin specials Larissa where she ize a. Re 12 it up go Aldine of up armero1 her flight a Ove 1 slightly relapse last trying to in dualist to a ush to has been London april 12 it up a the daily Mirror said to Lay that a Crit police uncovered i a plot of a group of czechs to shoot Adolf Hitler k Dipilli Nril of Puse two s o a it o o o a today s weather a and a local temperature a. A a a 9 o a a a fair and continued cold tonight heavy Frost of temperatures below freezing thursday increasing cloudiness and somewhat warmer. A. A minimum 23 c a. 24 26 9 n. A. 30 10 a. A a 32 11 a. A. 34 12 non. 36 1 p. 36 2 p. A. 36 Day
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