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Greencastle Daily Banner (Newspaper) - April 17, 1939, Greencastle, Indiana4. A a he weather in in colder a a a the Hatty Lanner a it Waves for ally @ a a a �?���?�<5 United press service 4 All tiie Home news v i a i v v a Quot a forty seven a la Kex caste Indiana met inday Al Kil 17, no. 15c the run s \it0intrd pitnw1 judge attorney Busy today Kilt Mim Ely known in country born in run a i township and Lias lived Here since 11 05 a Wiiiam m Sutherlin who became of the 04th judicial circuit of a a a. Quot h"1 ule Putnam circuit it Mogiln morning did not hold court the Day hut is Excel to a me his official <lutie3 Cue Bench tuesday morning. Or Sutherlin is one of the older is of the Putnam county bar having practice la since it to he is a native of Jiam com v having been born in jell Toa hip on november 27. He w i i educated in tile bus township Public schools and at a Vine College where lie lived his Law training. Olla Witlip his graduation from the Mcville institution or. Sutherlin a a a a the practice of Law in Jason to where he went and where he i apr in a prosecuting attorney remained Here a year after sch a a a returned to Putnam county i Resur i Law practice in Green Nev inc itt court .11 due bilt unit above fi.001 staff monday heavy Rains or the week end sent streams in Hari roads is i i or damages w Williami. Sot in i l i ii in nov Ciatu Mil Del Stoiu died i Monda 11 11.> known Xvi Man \ t Ink in Eastern Star Fin eral wednesday mrs. Mildred j. Stone Well known local woman d de suddenly monday morning at 9 30 of clock to her Home at 318 Gillespie Street following Brief illness. Mrs. Stone was the widow of e>1 Stone a former express agent Here for Many years she was i member Black top Northwest of City Over flowed by Walnut. Surface May be gone when to has remained and or l Cal presbyterian Church an i at 8 of clock monday morning by Walnut Creek showed a flood stage natives. Of four feet above Normal at the pumping Plant of the water works system North of Greencastle. It was yet rising. The water at that time had overflowed the adjoining Bottom lands,1 and was running Over the Dunbar Road Northwest of town Over a Section that was several Hundred feet Long. This Road is Black top. With n a heavy top dressing and has resist i serious damage from such overflowing in the past but is surface is to 1 ginning to give Way to the repeated attacks of the torrents that flow Over funeral held Momia v for Charles a a. Chastain last rites were held at 10 of clock monday in a funeral Home in Indianapolis for Charles e. Chastain. 81 years old. A native it of a abridge in the s county. He a i lived in Indianapolis 40 years his Church membership being in the West Park Christian Church of that City. The pastor of that Church the Hev. In a. G. Stultz had charge of the Servic burial was in the cemetery at new Maysville Putnam county. Mrs. Mary Coli n of Putnamville is a sister of the deceased anti John Chastain of Greencastle is a brother there Are other surviving near re plan May be 01 adv nine some is recalled Chic ago i \ Kan Tine speech today Hitler a Titi l e xxx at it Hei Southwest Tornado kills More til a 100 i i ass it Iii pc ii m Ini i o z e n i e \ i ii s Sendan miss Tokoi t appointed of it stenographer Hitler will make a reply on april 28 reply will be in name of German people at Reich Stag meeting May accept in part Little Bock pril 17 i Irp it so often from the overcrowded at least 34 persons were killed in tin Channel of the nearby Stream j violent to Rnadle storm which swept the water level remained station across Texas the Northwest Corner Ary from 8 unto about 10 30, at of Louisiana and Arkansas yesler Unity for guilt which time it ii Gan to Peccile. No Ltd a it a United press my Spon dents in j Emio sement from damage was caused by it at the the stricken areas a St mated the in pumping Plant and not much injury Jurod to number 10n and reported Seto the highways of the county was Vitro damage. It or bus built up a Large Lucra it Law clientele. For. Sutlin rain has been Active in no crate political circles through his lit and when the Indiana Slature under gov. Thomas r a shall rated the Putnam Ami if court.1 or. Sutherlin was Nam attorney when judge p Hughes was appointed it served from the time of i appointment february 27. 191.1, the following year at which be he was his party a candidate Wafi he cited for a two year term. Iain in 1 11 lie was elected for Anker to Quot years and it was while King the term that he became by of his party in this county by chairman which re Uible position he held for eight ise Cutic years. During this time continued the practice of Law in and for the past several is he has had associated with his son Roy. C. Sutherlin. Their ices being in the first citizens ii and Trust co., building on East Hingten Street. A or Sutherlin was Busy saturday Loon and monday receiving the grat lations and Best wishes of wide Circle of friends in this com pity. The woman s Circle mrs. St news nearest surviving relative is a son of her brother Richard Wood. She was relate i More or less distantly to most of the members of the Wood families in Putnam county. Her parents were Eliza and Willis Wood. Funeral arrangements will be announced later. Tax rum is Center of interest car we Fordsville mtg owned Utility fighting state and county taxes at Crawfort Sollic. The question of a municipally owned Utility paying state county and township taxes is to to tested ill court an injunction to prevent such tax collections being asked by that City s electric Light Plant in the Montgomery circuit court. The suit is particularly directed against the payment of the taxes due May 1, and is intended to secure an interpretation of the 193�1 Law. Which is vague in regard to the Date it becomes effective it is claimed. The matter is of interest 111 Green cattle because of the ownership by the City of the Pocai water works system. The watch works department of the City Gove no it Lias been paying the St Ile and nullity taxes under protest and the Silva town at Craw Foix Stville in regard to the Light Plant is identical apparently i in. Sev it in years the part of the Craw Fridi Ville Plant As Well As the a Greencastle water works system Iris l i been assessed i taxation and has tax have lagged in their at. A. N forced to a a county township Mam. N the office of county. Sun it land Lane the last few 111,1 1 Quot it 11.a the legislature however repealed the Law hut did make in Blear when it would be effective. A payers holding Back expected. The High water at the pumping station had no effect on the water Supply in that the recent improvements kept the raw Waters from the filtered Supply in the Wells from which the City Supply is received. A new Concrete Wall around the main Well kept the raw Waters out from places where it has seeped through heretofore and no discoloration in any bodies had been found and identified Way was experienced by the City Plant. The High Waters got out of Bounds the terrific wind first struck in Southern Texas saturday night and last night blew itself out in Northern Arkansas near the Missouri line Ita worst toll was take in Southwest Arkansas and Northwest Louisiana. It struck a country Church it Center Point Ark., nine Miles from Dermott. And killed the pastor and at least 12 of his flock. That number it f in South Washington township sunday Forenoon the result of the heavy and persistent rain which had fallen Over the watershed of the Stream toward the Northeast. It. Sunday afternoon. Was lapping at the Roadside in the Huffman Bottoms and had formed pools of Backwater in a number of Low places on adjoining farms. Cornstalk were being washed Down with the Ramg current and were being deposited on the land which in some instances had been prepared in part for the planting of com. Some wheat Fields were being invaded by the Muddy water whose Silt was a president a it have had in mind Llis efforts to bottle i p Hitler in address Washington april 17. A up diplomatic officials today believed president Roosevelt a s que etly ing effective against Germany and Italy the a a quarantine against aggressor nations which he advocated i 18 months ago. Rejection of or. Roosevelt a Appeal to Chancellor Hitler and Premier Mussolini for a 10-year non aggression pledge was anticipated Here. Blit it was believed that a negative reply woul emphasize the isolation a f those two nations foreign diplomats cited the clarity i with which the president s message fixed responsibility on Germany and Italy for any War which May develop. They said that in doing so he had acted in Advance to place response in and that Hearty major governments of the Western hemisphere had confirmed that judgment. Disappointment of the administration Over favourable unofficial reception of the plea in Germany and ital was compensated somewhat by approval of 16 latin american governments and of great Britain and Franco. Such consolidation of Public opinion against tin two nations now consider. D to be the principal threats to peace was regarded by some offi-ial3 As a first step toward Realiza Roosevelt s proposed plan of pres. Roosevelt. Many angles Xvi be possible in address. Miss Mary Trout monday morning became official Steno. Apher of the Putnam circuit court succeeding mrs. Marion Borden who had that position during the time judge Gillen was on the Bench. Mins Trout has been stenographer in the office of m j. Lurphy. Mrs. Borden will take the position of stenographer and typist in the office of c. C. Gillen who is retiring from the judgeship to enter the practice of Law. Or. Gillen will temporarily have his office in the first citizens Bank building using the rcom of Merly the office of Andrew b. Berlin april 17.up Adolf Hanna. Or Gillen will occupy them j Hitler today convoked a meeting of quarters until he can fit up a suite the nazi Reich Stag for april 28 to j make his answer to president Roosevelt s Appeal for peace. A communique of the official news Agency announced a the american president Roosevelt requested the fuehrer to take a stand regarding certain matters. The fun Piror considers this affair so important that la has decided to make k or his answer to the american president in the name of the German people before the Reich Stag. A for that purpose he has called the Reich Stag for april 28 to hear this before the announcement nazis had predicted that hitlers answer would be an angry and abrupt rejection of the president s Appeal if he lid rot. Ignore it altogether. But after today a announcement Well informed quarters expressed belief that he might accept parts of the presidents proposals As a basis for further consideration and offer counter proposals of his own. It was suggested that he might take the View that the proposals came from the american people and discuss them on that basis at the same time refusing to agree to the of rooms in some other location. Ferrell Tungett funeral tuesday and still other victims were expected a pm of or to be discovered today. a Short time by fms it struck the. Chicago on oct. 15. 1937. The Church its path had Cut through. President referring to broken treaties and acts of International Aggras la., killing eight per Haynesville son the dead by communities Center Point Aik. 13 Haynesville la. 8 Colling. Ark. 6 pipe Creek. Tex. 3 Glade water Tex. 2 Athens Tex. 1 Tillar Ark. 1 Center Point is a Cluster of a few houses and a Baptist Church in a Community of farms. Some 125 persons including a number of negroes gathered at the Church about 2 p. M. Ing deposited on the newly ploughed sunday for the funeral of j a. Best ground. A planter. When the Rev. Thomas even out in Fields on farms which West had said the last Pray i and were not subject to overflow from Best s grave had been filled in. It the streams there were shallow was raining and blowing hard and lakes standing on Fields which Hal de about 40 of the mourners took he a pressed areas and in the furrows of Ter in the Church Fields that had Quot been ploughed water the Rev. Xiv t sought to quiet the sign said a it seems to be unfortunately True i that the epidemic of world Lawless a s is spreading. A a win in epidemic of physical starts to spread the Community approves and joins in a quarantine o it he patients in order to protect the health of the Community against the spread of the officials stated however that alienation of Public opinion of great i world areas must carry with it. To be effective heavy economic penal i Tica through voluntary refusal of people to Purchase products of a quarantined Quot nations. The presidents action was expected to precipitate debate in Congress today when both the House and sen ale Convene after three Day recesses. The hods foreign affairs commit was standing. The entire Rural world. Fear of several a Unen in tax Church j,.,. Ucli resumes hearings on pm am Kek Lane says time Foi Spring payment a a thing Short in i it missed the hardest of the rain earlier in the evening. A High not much time re 8n unil the period closes the St m in in May and Many tax 1 to have not been paid. 1,1 i t said monday that the it in Ati Are those who Are delay in Al their payments will find Emsel in a crowd in his office Pult pm 0 lost in or two if they wait that ast it it us 1 it Council Mel in monday Boston singers coming the Seminary singers of the Bra ton University a a did >��1 of theology a ill University Chap i Al program thursday at 10 30 in Meharry or m it he e. Sokolsky who was Chad no i for a speech thursday is ill in new York. In enc Astle is Mie of the four cities to hear the group it it a their trip to Kansas City. Missouri where they w 11 Rug the uniting conference of the meter lbt Church. April 25. Was saturated and supersaturate.1 and Calle for a hymn As the mix-1 with rain water. Voices were raised in the South a a a n gauge which was emptied traditional funeral hymn. A god but of its contents at 9 of clock sunday with you a till we meet the evening showed an Inch and a tornadoes funnel same roaring out Quarter of monday Mornin of the West dipped to Earth and struck the Flimsy Frame building a broadside. Its planks pews flooring and the bodies of victims were sucked up and carried for several Hundred Yards. The wind caught up with under taker Raymond Stevenson who had a left the Church when his official 1 a duties had been finished about five a Miles away. In turned his a bile and sped Back toward the Church. The debris of Trees parts of roofs and outhouses blocked the Uhi my a Iaeck is universally p Road and it required him More than China today but Only so an hour to reach the scene of thus. Session of j,�,.sr a Ruth Lutc Sok a a Pauw posted neutrality Law changes has invited col. Charles a. Lindbergh who returned to this country last we k. To testify. To was expected to accept. In the Senate debate will continue pm ii second deficiency appropriation Bill carrying some funds for part of the administration s National defense program. Or. Lig Toli i Del m i it i i Iii Xiv of conditions in Iii x Indiana Bandit East Tull in a Iii Dickerson ii i i ii my Keek of in Kiil Banket taken Midwest Stone l Lan i fore my died after Short illness Ferrell i Tungett age 48 years. Mart Neville Street Foreman at the m i West Stone company d e 1 sunday morning at the Putnam county Hospital following a Brief illness. Or Tungett became ill a Short time after he reported for work saturday morning. Ii was taken to the Hospital and saturday evening he underwent a Mast o d operation. Or. Tungett spent practically All of his life in Greencastle he had been employed with the Stone company for Many years. Survivors Are the widow mrs. Josephine Tungett one brother a cil Tungett and two nephews who made their Home with the Tungett Short funeral services w ,11 be Hehl Reg ent eng a a Hort of Melddie Man tuesday morning at 10 o clock from re a Many and other nations tie Home in charge of the Rev. .1 we quarter8 expressed drover Forward of the first Baptist it of a i he r worm make Church. The Baxly will he taken for a Road 0ut Orleans. Ind. For burial. Fiends May pm it f f w Kropman situation Call at the Home on from the nazi . Street. Rome. April 17 a up Italy and Germany have drafted joint plans for an angry rejection of president Moore pc its peace plan it was said authoritatively today. The newspaper Messager urged that the message Quot should he cons dered As an act of Premier be Nito Mussolini count Galeazzo Ciano fore in minister and Field marshal Hermann goer no. German nazi no. 2, had spent almost an entire Day n conference Over the presidents note to the totalitarian leaders. Adolf Hitler had twice been in consultation by Telephone. The result was said to have been i that Mussolini and Goeing dec de i that the presidents Appeal Murt be i ejected in unmistakable terms. It was understood that Hiler ?-1 gusted ignoring the note but that Luis Olin persuaded him that it was necessary to reply if merely As a i mat or of diplomatic routine. As the result Mussolini and Hitler were expected to Send separate but similar Ruples within the next few Days rejecting the presidents Appeal an 1 questioning at cat tacitly its justification. For the present the anger which he newspapers n a country where newspapers Are closely under gov a i Ern ment control so wed the fascist trans Atlantic service read x a knee it litter ship makes ret fun flight await government of no. Indiana to Tekem e Xit ointment is made i blk Pular n China today but Moty so Long As he continues the War against Flova station. Japan without surrender will the Chi a h police and hospitals in Nese keep him As their Lea f Al said or. Hubert s Liang pro pc Sor of journalism at Yenching University to Depauw University social science students a urday or. I Ian. A Depauw graduate of 1926. Visited the Campus this past week end As a part of his american tour Asun Quot Quot ii Kin m. Ail Koril tion All to be needed Fok the Jai the list of a ent ments of or can n it of a Cibij representative of China. I Cra who Art members of the Oonfer-1 a we Are convinced that we w 11 to pm Nam county Council As Cnoc Mark it la closing session it 1 ii at 10 o clock to con hot not that it or. at financial matters connected Marion. in do a numb t i a the operation of the county gov Depauw men to pastorate in the con a in int. And also the construction of frence an a also tin following i jail and sheriffs residence. A in assignments to take v. E. Pit tenge superintendent of of that the Kokomo District. I the or of shortages in Dermott Warren an i Monticello Over the first to it be phone he could reach. Ambulances were started but could not negotiate the Road a Guille i by heavy Rains. Stevenson managed to bring out i lie bodies of West an i Elbert Hart a Farmer but wagons were sent in last night to remove the other 11 into a morgue at Monticello. Bodies of some victims. Stevenson win the War. Although it May last said were found in Fields lying Ami even Twenty years unless outside twist d wreckage several Hundred economic pressure is brought to Ben Yards from where the Church stood on Japan a i it a. Liang said. He added he said bodies of other victims prob that chinese authorities Are taking ably would he found today. A Cheek no chances by hop no for a japanese of hospitals in Monticello Dermott economic break up. But arc pre Par and Warren showed a total of 20 to ing for a Long War. A in spite of lost Jurod had received treatment. And were met by transfers 1 ther funds of the county. Th0 largest item on the list of fans. History it Chicago University Greenfield quarterly conference. H. B. Goush. Professor of speech. Barca College at Bera. Ky., first Church Anderson quarterly conference. W Henry Mclean National chaplain of Sigma Chi fraternity. First Church. Huntington. Elmer i. Carriker feel Drepresenta-8cribner7of�?�.�en township. Lve of Depauw University assigned merr it Ber of the body was Dost Home by illness. A v. Sweet professor of Church territory China is stronger than be it was one of $2.500 addition of Quot the jail and sheriffs residence ,0 be taken from the county so neral fund. Members of the Council pres the it wer John Sinclair Herschel Quot George Ensign Roy Hills res Mcferran and George Akers fore the japanese he asserted. Calling attention to the amazing morale tile Polit Cal in to of All parties and provinces the Industrial development of both heavy and Light industries in the Interior sup ply routes through indo Chan and Mongolia and the Strong credit and currency which is backed by Silver in foreign capitols. A a the mass immigration Westward of to the Koght town quarterly Confer Over a Hundred million people and Juilu Ziril on Faff two ence. New York april 17 a up Claude Dickerson. 30. Described is the inst of tin Perkins gang which Tenor inc i the Midwest from 1934 to 1936. Was held today As a fugitive from Indiana Justice. To was capture i by four detectives outside his Home yesterday. Not a shot was fired because lie had left i gun inside. A Small slim Man Dickerson had been living quietly in Jamaica filet is Borough for a year with his wife and working As a Glazier. He is want <1 in Indiana for the murder of Wood Carter cashier of thi Hank at Bloomingdale. On March i 20. 1936. A luring a robbery. The hold i up was paid to have been staged by Dic Kerson and a Man named mls to. Caite.�?T, cashier walked in. Saw the bandits and opened fire. Mills was killed. In making his escape. Dick upon was alleged to have killed Cartel. The gang led by Bish Perkins who a was killed in a night club raid near former St Louis committed 15 Bank Rob of $16 Helios several murders and jail Cllvin Cash and a lot of silverware. Eri one of which freed Dickerson or and mrs. Samuel Hartley were from the jail at Houston. To. Of the giving up housekeeping in Green a eight gang members five were killed tie to go to Arkansas to reside. I and two Are in jail. Baltimore i april 17 up operations manager c. 1 Schildhauer announced today that pan american airways was ready to begin regular trans Atlantic plane passenger service As soon As the government Appi orcs. The Yankee Clipper. Pan american s giant flying boat landed Imre yesterday of turn Quot a after a 11,017 Miles inspection flight to Europe and return. Sui Bildhauer. Aft i conferring with capt. Harold e Gray commander of the big ship said the flight was per be in every detail and that no further proving flights ire necessary. A we Are ready to Start us soon us the government gives the Schildhauer said. The Clipper Carriel 22 passengers and Crew item la is. It ended the Long flight within a few minutes of eyed used elapse tin and within Flo Gallons of anticipated fuel consumption. A flying the Atlantic presented us with no new problems Quot Gray said a your flights Acrons the Pacific pie pared us for by y condition we met or this journey. Passengers Gaw Gray the first trans Atlantic rial birth Lay parly saturday night on Hilt 34th Annivera Tempe. Mus Olin s Owr i >�?Ti1 i i i of Mil 1 a paper a Aid dual a Vincnt is in in 01 wreck i a s male Reading of the document i reveals its immeasurable superfine Ian to and Mccarso incoherence its Typ ical demagogic pretentious mental i Hie Populo i r Nia of Rome Ca a 1 the message a new Manl Fresta i tion of lust for publicity showing frightful ignorance grotesque pre sump on and Adcul m arrogance -1 an unheard of but the message a. In an editorial s Mii arly Regar i i it. Inspired charge i r i ii ii i i ilk in North Lane of nation Al Road Seine of head on it on so a xxx 20 years ago in Greencastle the Home of Kalph Knoll county a Clito. Was robbed o o a it o a amp a today a weather a a and a a local temperature a a o o o o o o o a a a try Cloudy ton get and tuesday to rain in Central and n rth a portions tonight and rain or Snow tuesday in North port on. Much crier in South a head on collision of two automobiles on the North Lane of the dual Lane Section of the National Road near it. Meridian at 4 o clock sunday morning resulted in the damaging of both car. Byron Curtis of Crawfo is vile portion travel ing East on the North Lane of the Roa 1, which is reserved for wed minimum bound traffic in a Ford v-8, col id cd 6 a m. 61 with a Model a Ford being driven by 7 am 64 Earl Surber of Greencastle. 8 a. M. 65 state police officers South and 9 am. 63 Scofield from the Putnamville bar 10 a m. 65 Racks wore called and placed Curtis 11 a. M. 6.� under arrest for reckless driving. He noon 60 was instructed to appear in court 1 p. M. 58 monday morning. I 2 p. M58 id
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