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Greencastle Daily Banner (Newspaper) - April 26, 1939, Greencastle, IndianaL a the weather icim and cooler 7 a ibo or i to seven the daily Banner a it Waves for All Quot 0 u i unite press service Ltd ale tiie Home news $ 0 , Indiana Ai Kii pc 1939. No. Ltd stand to Oku classes ill a duty a Tion Wii. Be or kit Foit Kitian for first or in in i ii store a leads m. E. Conference is Kiado for War i Militar made i taxi tip a if strengthening army n a it no 26. It up it prime i Chamberlain out to his Cal it today a plan for a at. A ils Ory military Sor. A warning to the dictators a retain Wal Back its a peace with Man Power. I announced the Caslon in the Quot of commons this afternoon. In Advance of Adolf hit Lech i Quot tie Reich Stag in reply Dent Roosevelt a peace a j reported that at the same a or within the next few lays july announce a plan to dras limit profits on All Arma j order. I a. Outlining his plan to Binet and the Cabinet then api Nis own statement and a r to be made in the i Louse by Viscount Halifax fore c ret an it was understood a mined after Long hesitation a Bur a i Quot is dictators by a nn-1 vice plan that great Brit a. I i Ark its a peace front up a it Man Power Chamberlain i to announce his program two i Advance of the speech which Hitler is to make in the Ger a Teich Btag Friday in answer to ent a it. Ovelty a peace Appeal. Has reported that Chamberlain or within the next few Days announce a plan for drastic Ion of profits on All Arma-1 orders. Mediately after today a Cabinet Chamberlain received the Council of the Trade Union to advise the labor leaders conscription plans. Delegation. Which visited Wilai. At his own invitation Ltd by i it Seph Hallsworth chair and sir Walter Citrine Secre of the i Quot egress. Imber Atn had summoned the fat to meet an hour earlier than so that a would have time be he for Leanir it met to explain to i Load a Why he had reached his and to make a last attempt Lal 1 it ver to conscription. I yesterday the National labor cd announced in the name of d00 w ski is its a Sun Compromise position to but Iberlin was confident he had country behind him. Lula in Quot in with the draft Plant rain gave orders to Leslie a. The. W minister of Supply peed with the manufacture of pent including uniforms for p scale army. Inscription decision same i Ninou in Cut in commons yes a of a Cord peace time budget Fisci year which began april jives no in expenditure of i s j.949 975,000 was for defense. According to a Vincennes news Bishop Hughes paper All is not Well in the management of the George Rogers Clark two million Dollar memorial. Somebody has discovered serious leaks in the substructure that Are damaging the Interior of the edifice and Gross neglect is charged in permitting the former president of 1 pa1jw condition to exist Over a Long period University at Kansas of time without repair. The memory City meeting Ial commission headed by Lew of Bannon of Corydon has held one meeting to consider the situation and is to have another soon. The memorial represents a two million Dollar investment. In funeral thl sri \ y the funeral of mrs. Allen Huffman who died at her a canc in Fillmore tuesday morning will be held from the methodist Church in that town thurs Lay afternoon at two of clock. Burial will be in the film orc cemetery. Important to methodist uniting conference will include episcopal protestant and South in its fold suit to colled Mutual insurance Liberty Mutual co files suit Here against about 25 members tie Indiana Liberty Mutual insurance company has piled suit for the collection of various assessed by the comp my against some Twenty five defendants in Putnam county including the town of Bainbridge. Alleging the Asse scents have been duo some time and remain unpaid. According to the complaint on file in the Putnam circuit court the amounts levied against these parties were levied according to the terms of the contract entered into by them and the company. The insurance company is licensed to a the business of workmen a compe Saron and automobile insurance a a the complaint says. The defendants and the amounts the company seeks to collect from each Are As follows Fred k. Boatman. $22.00 Maurice Bryan. $12.50 c. C. Cook. $83 00 the corporate town of Bainbridge $88 00 Ralph w. Dorsett. $12.75 Roscoe East Ham. $6 50 Frank k. Everman $33.00 a uhf Elwilla garage. $31.00 Lawrence Garrett. $6.50 Clyde l Harbison. $25 25 j. G. Harper. $17.19 and $3.65 Eli Louis Kivett. $22.00 E. Mcgaughey $20 00 Clyde Myers $10.50 Roger Phillips $12.65 and $12.65 Mildred Querry $6.00 Roy r vers. $25.00 Otto Rivers. $58.00 a. P. Robinson. $10.00 Lawrence Schumaker $26 28 Donald Webster $6.25 and $6.73 t. H. Wiilliams and l h. Randall. $83.00 Walter m. Williams. $8.03. Alibi Ron and Crew perish san Francisco. April 26.�? Mackay radioman and ships officers aboard the liner president Coolidge were convinced today that adventure writer Richard Halliburton and his Crew of 14 had drowned somewhere in the mid Pacific. A month ago yesterday the Coolidge then in route to Hong Kong picked up the last radio message from the 75-foot chinese junk sea dragon in which Halliburton and is Crew were attempting a trans Pacific 1 voyage to the san Francisco a world s Iai \ men route Home from Hong Kong. Bishop Edwin Holt Hughes former j the liner searched the an i where the president of Depauw University. Led junk sent out its Lari position report 900 delegates in a communion ser a com 1200 Miles West of Midway is Virr this morning at Kansas City land. A Sharp watch was kept but it no to a 10 a session of the not tract of thi a 11 conference being held for the purpose found of furthering the Union of the three branches of methodism of America. From the communion service following a ritual common to All three churches the delegates and Bishops marched in procession two blocks to the Arena of the huge municipal auditorium where a gallery accommodates 10,000 Lay and clerical observers. There Bishop Edwin Holt Hughes of the methodist episcopal Church opened a worship service the first of the conference. Bishop Hughes of Washington Bishop John m. Moore of Dallas tex., representing win. Jackson aged citizen recalls Days of trial of structural steel Dyn miters William Matthews Jackson living in Greencastle at the Corner of Locust and Walnut streets is getting along in years and does not seek to camouflage the undeniable fact. He is one of the oldest of Putnam county a native sons. He was born March 2. 1851 which makes him close to 90 years of age in Marion township his father having been James Jackson a Blacksmith. The Jackson Fame ily were pioneers in that township having an important part in the development of the Community. Or. Jackson was married in 1877. Bis wife having been Jennie Handel. Neutrality Ltd Mav be a tented Effort being made Fon tim e foreign Folk x i m in next session Washington april 26 a up Senate republicans sought today to postpone action on neutrality legislation until the next a a ult it a of Congress. They contend i that pubic the Southern Church and or. James sentiment was not sufficiently Ernst a. Straughn of Baltimore president Ali Zed for determination of foreign of the general conference of the policy. Methodist protestant Church will preside at the opening business session. The 900 voting delegates working with the 61 Bishops of the two methodist episcopal churches and the Leader of the hitherto Basho Pluss protestant Branch must Iron out such problems As the financing of missions creation of a unified youth movement and co ordination of All the Church educational functions. Britain is so a bad by Hitler acts to Centra a 111., to work in another Neil Mill and was there a number of years until the Mill was closed by the Competition of the wire Nail Mills. He was too Young to serve in the ambassador Henderson enable to hoi i conference civil War hut a brother. James was in the Union army. The outstanding feature of or. Jack Ron a life came when he was put on the Federal jury which tried forty labor Union men in judge Andersons court on charges arising from the dynamite no of the los Angeles. Calif. Times building in which a score of men were killed. The jury was in session 89 Days or Jackson Ith Hiti i k today 111 by writing speech will deliver two hour talk Friday in answer to president Roosevelt Berlin. April 26 a up a sir Neville Henderson. British Amunas Dor. Her Adolf Hitler or says and returned verdicts of guilty. J unable to set c fore in min Ster pc ache a von rib Harry Handel and others whose widely known Leader. Mcnamara. Lethion to opposed amendment prs Iii drive will open for tiie legion fun Apolis ind. April 26.�? with a goal 50,000 new Mem the american legion will Nal Aerial membership Fern National Headquarters i Cut sunday it was announced from various states will a he re to pick up new member i i a tur 11 thrill to head pers. 1,11,1 i Plummer assistant na-i1 1 jut a nit in charge of member it Inonu need that the National 1, a by has 801.000 members 1�?~ a m l that the enrolment us Quot y will Bass 1.000.000. R air planes of the 113th Obser Hadron piloted by capt. Reelsville banquet Mav 6 the Redsville alumni association will holds its annual banquet and dance at the Davis hotel in Brazil on saturday evening May 6th. Music will be furnished by the Indiana state farm orchestra. Reservations positively must be made by thursday. May 4th. Dinner will be served at 7.30. All alumni and for ends Are invited. For reservations see mrs. L. A. Poe Olive Knight and Helen Jarrell. Turkey ii a no fear Istanbul. Turkey. April 26. A up Turkey replying to a German government inquiry has said that it does not feel menaced by Germany it was announced today. Training school for 4-11 Lubbers sessions will be held in High school thursday evening a training school for officers of the 4-h clubs of the county will be held in the Greencastle High school thursday evening beginning at 7 30 of clock. They will assemble in the auditor us and will then separa e . Chadwick issues statement from Headquarters on Ludlow plan Indianapolis. Ind. April 26 i up i Stephen f. Chadwick National commander of the american legion. Today issued a statement opposing the Ludlow amendment providing for a National referendum before War could be declared. He predicted that such a Resolution would destroy National Unity in emergencies and asserted that such Unity is essential in preserving the nation through a crisis a we believe in our representatives government and if our represent i minority Leader Charles i. Menguy r., ore., is negotiating for an agreement to extend the a a Cash and carry provisions of the present neutrality Law. Which expire Mon Lay until next session and i Lay an Utica rated Senate Battle Over revision of the act. Meanwhile the United states further cautioned dictator nations by word an i by acts of preparedness to abandon policies or aggression. The warnings Coin i Ling partly by Accident and partly by design Only two Days before Adolf hit. I replies to president Roosevelt a Appeal for a non aggression agreement were Secretary of Stab Cordell Hull a the annual red Cross convention said there is no room a for a single nation or a group of nations a trying to a enslave and loin Nate All the lie said this nation was prepared to contribute its share toward Pecac it but also was ready to defend its interests and institutions. The Senate pass 1 and sent to the president the War department appropriation Bill carrying $508,780.000 for the army including funds flt or 58i new fighting planes. Of Monroe township. Her father was John Randel brother of the late against 38 of the 40 defendants. Bontrop. Made an appointment today Horn. Was a mile South of Bainbridge. Was one of them. Or Jackson tells f pc sent. Ernst von or Jackson. John t. Crawley and of the decisiveness of judge Anderla kor Civ Arv o state of the George Browning Are. So or. Jack ones rulings he having no toleration Forir nah me8ange to n rays the Only local survivors of for attorneys or witnesses who seem brr it from hta government the old Force of employees of the darod to be disposed to waste the time Nell Nail Mill which was located on of the court. Henderson had sought vainly to the South Side of the Vandalia tracks. Or. Jackson has refrained from be so Ribbentrop and he Mer. Both had several Hundred Yards West of the coming a member of social Organiza Benn Quot too Busy Quot Ribbentrop was Bloomington Road. The Mill made Tion. Or of a Church but he was a entertaining the Jugoslav foreign Cut Iron nails sheared from Sheet member of the Union of the bold go minister and Hitler was working on Iron and or. Jackson a Job was to and structural Iron workers during the speech he is to make in the nazi operate one of the shears. He went the time he was in the Nail Mills. Re chs tag Friday answering Presl-1 a 1 a by a a a a a a a a Lent b i 1 i i a nazi quarters expressed doubt that either Hitler or Ribbentrop would a have time to see the ambassador before the speech a Vas made and 1 British quarters believed that Henderson was being deliberately snubbed. Hitler knew that Henderson s instruct on8 were to urge him to tone Down his Reich Stag speech and to Ray that Continua Ion of european Church will hold their annual ladies i tension compelled the British gov dinner thursday evening at 6 30. The eminent to take up the question of inner committee is making every conscription though not As a threat Effort to make this one of the Cut to Germany. Standing meetings of the forum Hitler was reported to be thorough year. La angry at the British decision to prof Hildebrand of the religious Send Henderson Back after five of Depauw a weeks us since. To try to get him to modify his speech. Nazis saw the British move a an Effort to put Germany in the wrong. Bains Ririe . I flus commencement interesting i i is address delivered a Gerald Alexnder menus forum meets tomorrow or. Hildebrand will be Dpi \ k i r \ i ladies night meeting of cd Hui Timen the menus forum of the Christian the commencement exercises of the Bainbridge High school were hold tuesday evening in the gymnasium of that school before a capacity crowd. An instrumental to o furnished the musical numbers including the processional and the recessional. The players were Marv Alice hous 1 a. Judith Wright and Ichii chantes education department Kohler. The invocation and the Bene University will to the guest speak diet on were pronounced by Cranston plot a Hildebrand has been in out Bernstorf. Co to he topic of talk Tives Are not capable of deciding such questions we suggest they get . Dilt ii Iii. Quot. Vian am chamber of c a pm out of Cong re 78 and let men and women go there who he asserted. A if we Over become Dobat no societies to determine whether to enter War. We would be a people divided if we did enter. The machinery re i quire for such a vote would mean creation of a minority party. We Rex 0,c Ock would be immediately the victims of Rule propaganda from one Side or the o he said. The Ludlow Resolution was introduced by rep. Louis Lullow d., of Indiana. It provided that a National merge to be monday nigh there will be a joint dinner meeting of the Putnam Bounty credit association and the Greencastle Chanil r of Commerce in the Gubin memorial Church monday evening at Hull Gerald Alexander superintendent of schools of Parke county a former Pupil in the Putnam county schools delivered the commencement address developing tin theme contained in a Cpd Csoma without principal w. F. Summerville pro seated the diplomas to the members of the Large graduating class whose members were the following my ton Soole a William adar Claud f. Wilson Edwin Phillips e. Cranston Bem Storf Byron f. Cass to. Dominick Maurice Costa Hugh m Douglas. Noble Cassel Fry. Benton Giltz. Orris c. Johnston. Edna Judy Virginia Lenore Mccammack Neville l. Mcvay Robert Michael Javon Michael Glenn m. Michael. Helen Etta Miller. Mary Elizabeth puff Fusie Porter. Frederick i. Pries William h. Scobee Hershell Scobee. A is Marie sconce Mary Mimril Sutherlin. Margaret e. Tate. Standing Leader in the religious education Field for a number of yearn. His subject will he a is modern life Worth the devotions will be in charge of or. Charles Mcgaughey. The music will be under the direction of or Manrice Kersey assisted by Mirs Kline Church organist who during the evening will also give a special number. Hie following dinner committee will serve. I chairman. Paul Boston. John Boyd. Charles Mcgaughey. Otis Gardner Walter Gardner Charles Gardner or w. R. Hutcherson John Sutherlin. Harry Talbott and Albert Dobbs. Everyone on this committee re it was forecast that in his speech Hitler would he uncompromising and would 1. Scornfully and sarcastically reject the president s request for a non aggression pie Ige. And in doing so quote replies from a number of Small states to a German inquiry whether they Felt themselves menaced. 2. Reject the presidents proposal for a would peace conference on the ground that Germany had been misled in the past by conference pledges and in future would depend on its own armed strength 3. Demand that the Western democracies recognize once for All Germany a right to a sphere of economic and political influence in Central. Ata is and ii w a it Iii i quests that every member of the forum attend this meeting and bring a a Stem and Southeastern Europe their one and Only too. 4 demand that Germany be Given full Access to raw materials an i be Given Facun ties for increased exports posts ably demand that Germany s colonies be restored. 5. Deal at some Leng h with Oer Many s claims to Danzig and per after Unladen to Japa the polish corridor which music fied Perrons threw hydrochloric ae.separates Germany proper and East. A 14 Prussia. Prague april 26. A up jews fifty were i and Max Whitaker. Tin baccalaureate service for this czech marxists and 10 class was hell last sunday in the arrested in Pilsen auditorium of the school the for the occasion being furnished by on German soldiers sunday it a the speaker Wil be Ray Dubois from the speakers Bureau of the Indiana association of insurance agents. His topic ill be a the trend towards in his talk he will discuss the danger to the vote 1.0 Tonkon on the question who 8 �1 Man it jts a citi/., is ther America should enter a War. Mrs. Frank Don Ner sly Oke before a Brazil meeting v a Sweeney capt. Matt j. Car into groups each having a room for r maj Oliver h. Stout and Howard h. Maxwell will con Ian Indiana membership drive simultaneous with the a a Campaign Enoy will visit Lafayette. Gary uth Bend Carpenter goes to haute. Vincennes Evansville a to Hington Stout to Columbus. J1 11 n w Albany and Conners and Maxwell to Muncie fort Angola and Kokomo. P Mai 1�?~iiemiek to in s. Has re France. April 26 Grin last Premier of re pub pain arrived with his. Two i by to embark in the liner pan Rise for new York. Its program and there will be an instructor for each of these groups. The presidents of the 4-h clubs Wibo addressed by Gene Akers agriculture teacher in the Greencastle school the vice presidents will hear miss Schott the secretaries and treasurers Ami receive instruction from Ralph Spencer county 4-h Leader the newspaper reporters wih hear g. E. Black talk on their work the recreational leaders work be cussed by mrs Robert Mcvey the song leaders will hear William Padgett and miss hers of Bainbridge will talk to the dramatics supervisors a press communication from Brazil Speaks in the most complimentary manner of the address delivered by mrs. Frank Donner of Greencastle at a county a convention of re publican men and women which jammed the convention Hall of the court House at Brazil. Monday evening. It Speaks of mrs. Donner As a a Republican orator of state wide she discussed present Day problems of the american people. says the communication Quot was one of the largest pot Cal meetings of an off year Ever held in Clay county and Republican leaders were elated Over the turnout and the interest shown. In the formation of co operative movements. Or. Dubois is said to la one of the Best informed men in the country on the subject he will discuss and it promises to be an interesting meeting. 20 years a it it in Greencastle Jack Gillespie of Greencastle. The invocation and Benediction were by senator o. Bruce Lane of Bainbridge. The Sermon was delivered by the Rev v. 1/ Raphael pastor of the first presbyterian Church of Greencastle. Vallori ices in Defauw a1wtinj> Tekl sting discussion from leg Al Talent heard on c amid us wednesday a every Good senator judge and lawyer in the country a i a coterie of Able Young men just out. Of Law school for i search and said Dean Leon Green Dean of the North w Stern University Law disclosed today. Putnam o. Men in Spanish War a today marked i Okte first a n n i versa Roi Coli. For of steer Wynn in forty one years ago today april 26, 1898 Putnam county a first contribution to the american army that participated in tin War with Spain was called into Camp Greencastle and immediate Vicinity sending company i and Roachdale and its Vicinity sending company f they went into Camp at Camp mount at the state fair grounds that Day both of these companies then being units of the old first regiment of the Indiana National guard later then among those on the committee to a school. In the oing Echaide . Elcome the Putnam county Mem Pauw University Legal Cenie Renc. A ,.�?zmpilnl<. Wry a visitors barred Plymouth. England. April 26 up a visitors were barred from the liner lie France today when it arrived on its Way from new York to France. A French Dine official said that he had received strict instructions from Paris to refuse visitors permits to this morning. He said that there is a Premium even in Field on Law school Jones Frank Ashworth Roy Brack Ney. Thomas Chenoweth Frankline of the Law Young Lawrence Crump Dane a and understanding of everyday life Donnohue Elmer Vanda pc Glen and. Who have the capacity to pass Welcome the Putnam county Bers of the Rainbow division on the return Home were Harry Mccabe. Gilbert Knitzer. Russell Ash Thad War hoax have Lea me 1 the language and Discie who have a grasp the crowded Loyal a a a re nth numerically Ulm were he ,1 Grade atm whole by recruited. Place g economic problems were expected to bulk Large in the speech. Nazis expressed Brief that Hitler would be most bitter in has comment on the presidents pro it i they exceed him to speak flt Between t and two hours. The Reich Stag meeting starts at noon Friday. Foreign my Nister r Bentrop. Who was Quot Loo Busy to. See Henderson yesterday. Met Alexander Cincar Markovitch. Jug so a a minister. At the temp Elu f Ai drome then received him at. The foreign office a i i aft raw i wus Host at a dinner lust n get in the visitors Honor. Two y l n a my n killed Sandpoint Ida. April 26.�? it up it a slender gunman who wore a White handkerchief Over his face killed two Young men outside a roadhouse near Here Early today after they had knocked him Down for insulting one of their women companions. David Houck. Glenn ski Al Gardner ton. Among the officers elected of the woman s Circle of the presbyterian Church wore mrs. C. C Hurtak m is Jennie Throop mrs. Will k,>ch.&Quot mrs. Jacob Eite mrs. Otis f. Browning. A temperature of 21 Abov Zero killed the fruit Butts. Louise Bicknell was Leader of the Young Peoples Christian Endeavor until further notice. Presumably the of the Presb Terian Church Helen order was due to the destruction by Wom Ehe led the Junior Endeavor. A thae will be no cub scout meeting pm thursday. Fire of suspected incendiary origin of the liner Paris. Cassell York. Tucker Lahden in judgments. Professor Alfred evens of the Indium University school of . Presided Over the morning session which was primarily concerned with preparation for the Law. Dean Green gave undergraduate colleges and particularly Depauw credit for turning out men who have the grades the experience and the ambition to he Good lawyers. A specific courses in College Are not important everything you learn will help you in the he said. Alan w. Boyd of the next a Indiana state Board of Law exam cont Liqued on Page six Pany i receiving Many recruits from 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 today a weather o a and 9 0 local temperature a 0 0 0 .0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 considerable cloudiness tonight and thursday sightly cooler North portion tonight. Brazil. Company i was commanded by Wilbur f. Starr Captain Charles k. Donnohue first lieutenant and Benton Curtis second lieutenant. These three officers retained their respective ranks when the company was mustered into the Federal service. In the succeeding May. The members of the local company were called together that morning by the prolonged ringing of the fire department Bell a signal previously agreed upon and the departure of the company later in the Day. On a Vandalia train bound for Camp was watch be i with deep interest by a Large gathering of relatives and friends and citizens generally at the depot. 1 minimum 6 r m. 7 a. M. R a. M. D a. M. 10 a. M. 11 a. M. 12 noon 1 p. M. 2 p. M. 5s 6 63 64 66 69 71 73 75 75
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