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Greencastle Daily Banner (Newspaper) - April 25, 1939, Greencastle, IndianaThe weather f1ti mgt Gnu cooler a a the dealt Bast Nero it Waves for ally United pres8 service t All the Home news 0 a a a a pm potty seven , Indiana tik nday Al Hil 1d3��. No. Tiki tone Strong Sis rerun i. H. Stewart Del s i i / 4 in i \ 1 a while visit no at the Hume of his l. \. Al my. Is Quot 1 Lesus Stewart. A til la a a i ill Douglas Stevenson Stewart so Yea s i j old of Ladoga died from heart trouble and complications monday. His Home has been Ullh his Daugh ter. Mrs. Henry of Ladou u til president kooks a. But ten Days before i a Leath he i 11 i Sot by of Tiki went to his son s to visit. I known terms or Stewart was Boin december __23. 1858. At new Rohs. He was the in Britain son of Jesse and Amy Palmer Ste wart. He was married at the age of 24 to Mary Francis Farrow who died in 1901. In a it la to Ken Delator a a a Lluhi before have h ski effects on i old in a speech Teklin april 25. In Pic Adolf l will Muse to tone Down his 0 president Roosevelt a i spite British efforts a appeasement Quot and whether or they Are accompanied by a state. Nat i Quot trip ton in Britain is event political quarters reported if a Neville Henderson British am a ador was expected to deliver to in minister Joachim von rib trop Tod he sign Ecial instructions brought with him on his Surprise in to Berlin. Died monday Funer a wed. Prominent Sll township farm he die it coi nov Hospital w As ill Sim Hal months funeral services will to held wednesday afternoon at 2 o clock at the Ladoga Christian Church and burial Wim be in the Stoner cemetery East of i Adoga. Or. Using took Active interest in county affairs. Funeral at Home. Lewis Andrew Zaring. Age 77 years prominent Fanner of Washington sprint time is lean i paint i a fix i p Greencastle. To he a real City of Opportunity must by a City of cleanliness. There must he Opportunity for its children to grow up with Strong and healthful bodies Many diseases especially among children Are spread by flies and i in Oiler to eradicate flies All filth and a rash of every kind must be done away with. Old tin cans in which water stands makes places for mosquitoes to Breed and mosquitoes carry diseases Ami cause great discomfort and sleepless Nightie. Housewives and school children Are asked to assist in efforts to eradicate trash fire hazards and accumulated junk. Those in charge ate not asking mayor Sii a it oils cd a an a it week issues proclamation Mim. L m i citizens to it x k amp Akin f he would seek a personal con a with Hitler to be held before Ler an s the president a a peace Eal in a speech before the Reich which meets at noon Friday on Ion r ports said Henderson Msten to Tell Ribbentrop and prime minister Neville Casein it Quot policy if Hitler co i rated but that if h Edid not Brit would soon impose compulsory ional military service Lotical quarters Here expressed Kcf that Henderson a message in a proclamation issued today by. Mayor w. D. Janies citizens of was it ted that at the same 1. Greencastle residents were asked to give whole hearted cooperation to clean up week now in Progress in this City. The text of the mayor s proclamation follows a citizens of Greengas tie let us join hands in a clean up. Paint up and fix up Campaign that will rofre.1 h and brighten up the cite ?_t0�?zrevlveto end. Let 1 up our lawns remove the Winters accumulation from basement attic and garage paint badly weathered surfaces and generally renovate our premises. The result will not Only be pleasing to the Eye but will reduce i Iron rib the fire Hazard always or. Air when to p and from Hitler if Hitler to him an audience before the Taitag speech. Particularly. It was reported hit would refuse to do any trailing r the threat of conscription go it was admitted a that the a r in which any instructions worded would make a difference regards their reception. 1r general belief was that there Little Nance that Hitler would p. The tone f in speech which sex peeled to be a rejection of idea that Germany menaced any or that the United states had business trying to get Germany Promise not to attack other a was k own that Hitler bitterly need Chamberlain s sudden swing i an a a appeasement policy to gemans regard As almost open Mility toward Germany he of this resentment was n by the angry personal attacks Chamberlain in the closely con a nazi press in recent weeks . The belief was express that Hitler would be much less ing to heed any appeals from to Brilain now than he had been sept Nebr at the time of the Ich conference. Junk and rubbish Are allowed to accumulate. Let s go to work now and paint clean rebuild and repair. I know i can depend upon your the clean up week Campa in was a launched Here monday and will continue through saturday. County to sell old hitch col township and a life Long resident of the expenditure of any Money but do the Manhattan Community died Mon request that residents clean up Day evening at the Putnam county i around their Home Hospital. Or. Zaring had been in ill during grown Cal. A clean up health for the last to c years. Campaign the City trucks will gather or. Zaring was bom near manhat up All rubbish plan l in suitable Eon tan september 19. 1861. The son of trainers and get at the curb. Lets Daniel or. And Lucindia i Jewis a clean up our Yard our streets and ing. He was the Only surviving Mem cur alleys and Mal. Nea tie Safe interesting petitions filed in Putnam get circuit court by Young Man and woman her of the family and was a brother of or. C. T. Zaring Well known local physician who died four years ago. Or. Zaring was a past member of the masonic bodies. In 188.�?� or. Zaring was United in marriage to leu Crotia Huffman who preceded him in death 11 years ago. Survivors Are three daughters. Mis Philip Hutcheson of Washington township. Mrs. Wilbur seller of Terre haute and mrs. Lola Long at Home also four grandchildren. Mrs. Eleanor Mcvey and Lewis Long at Home and Wilbur seller jr., and Mary seller both of Terre haute. Funeral services will be held wednesday afternoon at 2 of clock from the Home in Manhattan. The Rev. H. C. Fellers pastor of the first Christian Church will officiate. Interment will he made in Forest Hill cemetery. Friends May Call at the family residence. Depauw honors Bishop Bowman Foi my is \ my Iten a factoids Observance held on i in \ i sri i \ %mpu8 for growing children. For City trucks Call 595, act Street address. Giving sex Wii l hoi i \ confers it on Lwy tomorrow another Seril s of disc i s signs on Edi ution planned by no noted speakers listed a particularly interesting Story is Back of at least one of two petitions filed in the Putnam circuit court by Greencastle Young persons for change of their names it often happens a wife who asks for a divorce from her husband asks the court to restore her Maiden name. But. In these two instances neither of the petitioners has been married. However. One of them asks the change partly because she is soon to to married and her prospective husband wants to know just exactly whom he is marrying As regards her Legal name. This reference is to the petition of the Young woman known in Greencastle As Geneva Beryl blown the daughter of or. Anti mrs. L. C. Brown 201 South Indiana Street. Or. Brown is local agent of the Indiana associated railways. In her petition. Miss Brown says she finds she is known in some connect ions As Geneva Beryl Brown and m other instances As Jeane Beryl Brown her insurance papers contracts and other Legal documents sometimes using the name Jeane Anil in other cases she is known As Geneva. For the Sake of clarity in the future she asks that the court declare her name to be Jeane Beryl Brown As such she will be marred Juno 2. Miss Brown has become a widely known musician having been in Public appearances through a number of years. For two seasons she was pianist and accordionist with the organization known As a the fourteen Brick she has. For two years now. Been music director with the radio stations at it. Wayne designated As a it Ayo and a vol. Owned by the Westing House interests. She will continue in that work aft or her marriage. The other applicant for a change of name is Joseph James Adams who desires to be known legally As Charles j. Arnold. He asks that name to bestowed upon him by the court but he has been known by that name Here in Greencastle for some years. It is the name of his late Uncle who was the brother of the petitioners Mother the latter having died when the Petitioner was a Small child. 11 was raised by or and mrs. Charles j. Arnold in Greencastle and has become one of the Best known Young men of Greencastle. I is a student in Depauw and follows in the footsteps of his Uncle in newspaper work. Pro Ltd a to by \d0ptei ten Meek schedule booked for ism Al com my mtg this summer All x a s re to take part commit Ltd plan to launch activities on june 19 Board program to it followed Paul Mot let in nol Milts plea liders in Lei in Merici a ill Pear on All Dio program in Eal men to Partick Pale a Public x1ction of historic spot Mill be made after a ppr Aisel on Fin april 25. It up it an Olcen lit that the government has 1,1,11 ii Wincille that conscription a great Britain is necessary May be a it ill mini to ii is two a iils agents Lor Putnam do. A Chance is to be offered by Putnam county for some one to acquire a half interest in the county City s hitch lot across the North end of Vine Street in Greencastle. Some of these Days. The county has maintained a garage and storage room for its Road equipment on the lot but has acquired other property for that purpose and has no use for the spare a the hitch lot which it has been using for that purpose. Roy Abrams Frank Stossel and John Rightsell arc to appraise it for Sale purposes and it will he offered for Sale at Public auction before Long the Sale to be advertised. The purchaser will thus become a partner with the City of Greencastle in the ownership of the hitch lot but that purchaser whoever it May be. Cannot stand on any definite part of it Ami say a tins is because the a county Sells a half interest in the Del ii xxx worked Silt it ass u x in pts team county in 20 years do pan w University pal i tribute to the late Bishop Thomas Bowman Dean of Depauw presidents in the annual founders and benefactors Day Chapel tuesday in my Harry Hall which was finished during his administration. President Clyde e. Wild Man introduced As a special guest mrs. Sallie Bowman Caldwell who has Given Depauw the Caldwell the second in do la Auw in Virsil Serios of educational conferences under the general tit. Of a life books at the Liberal Art will be hell Here wednesday it will 1m a conference on Law Ami invitations have gone out to it ome two thousand attorneys in the mid we t inv t ing their participation. The principal up a Kora on the program will lie or. 1011 Green Dean of the Law or Hope at Northwestern University. Or. Murray Seissen Gowl of cinc Natl Ohio or Alvin Rockwell of the National labor relations Board. Washington i \. And or Roy Massena of Ltd hic ago. Those attending the conference will in guests at a special Chapel at 10 of clock. Tile first conference ses Sion will begin at 10 10 with prof Alfred evens of the Indiana univer sity Law school presiding. Dea i memorial Orga i in a Oharry Hall my j Qreen a make. Lyhl m la a a of the morning on the subject a heading toward the a panel discuss on will follow with or the Bowman memorial bumming in a memory of her father. Mrs. Caldwell i came from her Home in new Jersey to attend the services. Or. L. R. Eckardt discuss a Thom As Bowman. Educator and administrator. Miss Barbara Conser a Juu for in the University from Toledo a Ohio told of the introduction of co education at Indiana Asbury a luring or. Bowman s administration. President Wildman talked of a Thomas Bowman the a during his fourteen years us president or. Bowman guided the University through the trying civil War period Ami through the subsequent troubled times a said or. Eckardt. He mentioned the significance of pies fun Flims re Ltd pm two a i. Baker to lome Boad Boik Max i. Ini. Iii i n Xxiii xxx Rox Mission Koi i yaks lot Anil not any a i Taiti p�.11 Quot. Dent Bowman s attitude As a Christ the City has the same soil of Hill scanning of records devel thi fact that David l. Grimes 1 Quot a t county farm agent for a the eighth Man to occupy 1 position in Putnam county. He a a i Quot Quot Intel january 1, this year first farm agent was r. S. Who came to the county on 6. 1918 and remained Here 15, 1919, which was by twi Ity years ago. Or. Fonts try of the Federal i 1,1 v a citation at Lafayette. He l remembered by Many in the �8 the Pioneer of the county it h work in Putnam at a time Quot us duties were quite simple basted with those of the later u ent who has Many things to Ufa r All of them of interest and of it title to its share. The lot was bought As a space in which Farmers especially could hitch their Horst while shopping Uptown but it. Was never a popular place for that purpose because of its distance from the stores. Bishop i indies David Ilcus inti ii Kim n miss. Ism a pm it miss. In bios Rit i at hav Tonj kill s not so kill s mrs will ii i Ziy of Indianapolis and mrs. Carol or Hanlyn of Washington. Daughters of Bishop Edwin hot u Hughs �1 a Quot Ijuro in an automobile Accident in Dayton. Of. Were reported not in a serious condition at the Miami Valley Hospital Ian educator a a Man with a Visuri of and listed the accomplishments of his administration the liberalizing of the curriculum to include a Choice of electives Ami the admittance of women to classes. A however Bishop Bowmans greatest service to the Rich future of the institution came after his election to the High office in Church a a continued or. Eckardt. He explained that it was Bishop Bowman who jets made i Washington u. Depauw to endow Indiana Asbury m. D. Baker who has been with the Indiana state Highway commission for the past sixteen years announced today that effective May 1. He is resigning in order that he May become associated with the firm of a. F. equipment company of Indianapolis which Sells Road building machinery and equipment. Or. Baker will continue to reside in Greencastle Ash a territory wi.1l comprise 17 counties in Central Indiana. Or. Baker has been in the Engin the methodist erring and be Nunez department Highway com miss organization and was in charge of the Greencastle District several years. Ltd it i. Vol n a my n held 1 n her Bond of s5h0 pending trial Paul Moffet a Greencastle Young Man who rushed to the defense of i. Friend the late Fred strange at Midnight saturday in the Public Square armed with a Butcher knife a i paring Knif by attacking Berkley Watson night police officer was before judge William m. Sutherlin in the Putnam circuit court tuesday morning. He was charged in an affidavit signed by officer Watson with a assault and Battery with intent to commit a when prosecutor Albert e. Williams Road the affidavit to Motet and instructed him to answer either guilty or not Quilty Moffet answered he was guilty to assault and Battery but he wanted to talk to Watson about the rest of it. However when he was admonished by the Couit and the plead one Way or the other and re answered a not a woman in the audience spoke up and said. A a he a inasmuch As a trial would have to be held the prisoner having pleaded not guilty and a jury might be asked by 11� a defense requiring considerable tim the court carried the hearing Civ i until Friday fixing the Bond at $500. A Well rounded and Well planned recreation program for Greencastle today was assured for a 10-week period during the 1939 summer season. According to arrangements being made the recreational activities will in varied in nature and will have a wide Appeal to children an i adults. Details of the program Are being worked out along lines to bring the most interest to it it All groups in the City and belief has been expressed that the activities will have a Large following among All Ages. A committee headed of representatives of the school Board Park a Boardl and a citizens committee has planned for miss Leona Westney girls physical education director of the Greencastle schools and Kenneth Smith. Depauw University senior in physical education to supervise the summer program. The two leaders will be assisted in their Broad program by others familiar with recce a tonal work. Members of the committee Are Joe 1 Bamberger an 1 or. G. D. Rhea representing the citizens committee Paul f. Boston superintendent of schools prof. H. E. H. Greenleaf representing the school Board mrs. Handy representing the sible discontinuance of the Indiana Park Board. D. C. Moffett Depauw Railroad line through this City. University athletic direct. And r. It. Plans were going Forward Here to Gaudy Neal. Depauw football Day to Send a Large delegation of coach and also a member of the City give Castle residents to Indianapolis j Council Are serving in an advisory next tuesday May 2, to appear to capacity. It was explained that fore the Public service commission. I coach Glynn Downey would not be when a hearing is held before that Ava Ilab e for the task of supervising body in regard to discontinuing the tie inaugural recreational program traction service through Here. Since he will devote his summer to the Greencastle chamber of com a work toward a masters degree Mcrae is extending every Effort to the Public school playground continue the interurban service on Tennis courts baseball Field and the the Indianapolis Terry haute line which serves Greencastle and will have a Large representation at the interest aroused in traction a a to xxx in expected to Iti my lit ring by fore it commission i of sax considerable interest was manifested Here today concerning the pos Bernard facilities at the City Park will he available for the 1959 activities being scheduled by the committee. The commission hearing to support its program is to by launched in full work. Swing june 19 and continue until the chamber of Commerce is August 26. Thus giving the prosecutor to upon sort a amp r special car to a in Liana a 0f school age taking part a few Olis from this City next tuesday in weeks time to take up other Active order that a Large number of persons tie8 school closes and before it interested in the move to maintain j opens next All. The traction will have an Opportunity it the Hope of the committee to appear before the commission. That the schedule will Cal the local group backing the move for various features morning after to impress upon the commission the noon an a night with the morning need for the traction Points out that the line serves a Large number of commuters offers employment to numerous persons in this Community and carries a part of the tax Load in thu county. Inland in it let tax funds distributed i of n i x i Mitok Skinis 1,1 i i locks totalling m i of 82838.95 and afternoon periods being taken up by the youth activities and the evening period by the adults program. Aside from athletics the program will include Story telling for the youngsters hand crafts musical and i All other forms of recreation for All Chicago Polk i attempting to solar >1 Koi on s my Roek _ i school Board. Chicago. April 25. Up a to a a the purpose of the lice questioned today former patients or. A re written tuesday in of or. James Mcdonald Scott. 7. Year old surgeon in a search for clues to an Assassin who shot and killed him last night at i Busy inter checks a the office of the county auditor. Gil Section Bert k ogles distributing a the. The slaying puzzled polic Scott the we Liipa of Tahr Cut unto a Bald slightly built Man practice thou share of the $2.398.95 received a in Chicago for nearly 45 years. He by the county from the state s a Lis was a staff Memir of two major Tributino of intangibles tax for six hospitals and maintained month. The Liffor county re us no 871.8� in a West Shle italian hu9inc��-Tene of the a Tali since jul nine that it runt Nuril in puri1 two it i i. In Likiu k i Xii it 121 Indianapolis. Inti. April 25. I tip i Paul Pierce is capote lifer win was captured at Hen Jersan. By. Last Niht. Will he brought immediately to Indianapolis for question no before being returned to the state prison at Michigan City. Don f. Stiver 20 years it to r in Greencastle in Dayton where they a a a i of the state police said today following the Accident particularly to the Farmers a red saturday afternoon mrs Remy their families. Received fractures of several ribs and 1 i uts was succeeded unon his mrs Hardin Suffy it Ltd a Quot Cussi on of the brain with cuts on the head. They were taken to the Miami Valley Hospital in Dayton. The car in which the two women were Riding was completely wrecked in the collision with another machine they were returning to Indianapolis from Washington. Bishop t8 was succeeded upon his 1,1 went Here by c. A. Jackson. Wak connected with the local k until March 31, 1923. Or. W is now Secretary of the fed 1 farm Hen. Loan association at 11 Mcnary a Putnam county be it came the farm agent rimmed of a after or. Jackson a work Clos. The county remaining Here in a March 31, 1925. Or. Mcnary is i m a Minaird on i Nur two Pierce whose Crape from or son feb. 20, baffled prison officials for mrs Charles Gardner and mrs. E. E. Greene attended a meeting of the grand chapter it of Eastern Star a Indianapolis. Among the pupils in the children s classes of the Depauw school of music who appeared in a recital several Days was captured without were Roberta Goldberg. Charles resistance in a restaurant at Hend Brown. Frederick Thomas. Mae mud As the proportion set by Law for its general fund and the remainder was distribute d to the townships on the Ion basis of their valuation of real Esta e. Each township to Deposit its share in e ther its tuition or special school fund according to the greatest need. The respective townships receive the following amounts Clinton $72.07. Olo Verdale $84.74. Floyd $72.97. Franklin. $124 81. Ireen Castle $535.50. Jackson $104.36. Jefferson. $86.86. Madison. $44.71. Marion. $95.50. Monroe. $88.94. Russell $103.75. Wai Ren $40 50. Washington $72.21. Ment District. Might. Stella 11 nil Man died a Lillmon i ram is to bring planned activities into the daily schedule of Bys a i 1 girls in Greencastle Community during the 10-week period this summer the program also include no cult , and it is believe i the grownups too i i enjoy i it schedule of this said a member of the committee. Although the recreation plan is new to Greencastle thousands of towns and cities throughout the country have found summer recreational activities of t Ortii Eldous Benefit since a i opting. The systematic schedule meets with approval of person of All Ages and the program he r will follow those now in effect ther cities. A son last night. Kentucky state police Suid he admitted his identity. He escaped from prison in a truck loaded with prison goods and for a time prison officials were unable to Lacerta n How he had managed to get outside. He was serving a life sentence for the murder of an India Lins. Mrs. Frank Donner was declared elected first vice president of the Depauw alumni association. Mrs. Racer bit ties purchased a new Mitchell touring car. The marriage a of Verna Anna of the attack and worse until her Hughes visited the Hospital at Day to jct Orville ton. Departing monday for r t a c dec. 8 a to to attend the Metho it list Church conference to it a Union. 1935. Musk festival this week local persons will be interested in the second annual Spring music festival which will be held at Depauw University april 27-30. The four Day program will feature distinguished Stoner and William p. Koehler of guest artists visiting choir groups Brazil was solemnized at the Stoner i and music ensembles from the Cam Home just West of town. They were pus. A state wide attendance is an to live in Brazil. Tick rated. It Nepal to by held from methodist Iii in ii it two o clock wednesday mrs Stella a Huffman widow a of Allen Huffman Dilt i at her Homo in f. 11 More tuesday morning at 7 15 o clock Hwo or age us Fried a serious illness and never fully recovered. Three weeks ago. She had a reoccur Anc gradually grew death. Mrs. Huffman was 68 years of age and had spent practically her entire lifetime in the Vicinity of Fulmore. She is survived by a brother. Joseph Smith and three Sisters. Mrs. Lena Stultz of fort Wayne. Mrs. Lillie so in of Indianapolis and mrs. Amy Mcintyre of Danville. 111. The funeral services will be held at two o clock wednesday afternoon from the methodist Church in Fillmore with burial in the Fillmore cemetery. Lima a violent at 7 55 u a. I it Iii Ike Peru. 25. Up earthquake Ihu Elk was Felt m. Today. The Shock was on of the most violent since 1932. A a it e a a a a a a a today a weather a a and a a local temperature a a a a a a a a a a a a unsettled tonight and wednesday showers with local thunderstorms probable somewhat cooler wednesday or wednesday night. Minimum 6 a. M. 7 a. M. 8 a. M. 9 u. M. 10 a m. 11 a. M. 12 noon 1 p. M. 2 p. M. 55 59 69 71 73 77 79 79 73 73
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