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Greencastle Daily Banner (Newspaper) - April 28, 1939, Greencastle, IndianaA the weather pair and Cool 4 a the daily Banner a it Waves for ally it a a United press service All the Home news la at key seven pm Helmle Hay get Aid for sewer Tom is usted As one of l. Ftp Kable projects Fok hta Aid in state u Cost total of will Sener so Stan with its recent him Letiz Ltd water system will make town completely Modem lie request of the town Board of a Veniale backed by the favourable e of taxpayers of the town fur a a Grant to Aid that municipality building a sewer system Lias been Mitten f in r approval at the head ters of the Indiana works pros adm nitration it is announced John k. Jennings state adminis Lur of that governmental Agency. V Cloverdale p object is one of a Liber Lii Eli will be forwarded to Abington Fer final approval if they it wifi state requirements. Die Cloverdale sewer project will a Federal Aid to the extent of �611, if the proposition is approx die town Board held an election of taxpayers april 4, to secure i them an expression of their a bes regarding the of �?z0oo As the towns share of the to Cost of building the sewer sys i. That amount it was proposed 1 be raise i by the Sale of Revenue Els with the sewer system As Unity and no obligation it is lined upon the property owners regards the Irons. Green Pastiak i Mana Friday Ai Hie 2n, l . No. Lefiti Putnam co. May see one super Road r Loposky transcontinental May be near n National Road six is o a i s i 15 o i o s k a it president Roosevelt save hint thursday of Komis across the nation Moscow fliers Enron it to i a. Is. Lindbergh drives in Katy five policemen a Omi we her and children from liner n wig Ator and Pilot on non Stop flight to m w York for worm fair Reykjavik. Iceland 28. A up the russian Moscow to new Yolk air plane was sighted off the South coast of Iceland shortly after 8 a. M. Today. New York. April 28.�?<up> a. Charles a. Lindbergh and her children arrived today from land on the French liner Champ and Carue ashore with an escort 5 policemen. Nurse carried the younger Lind child two years old and. Jon i beside his Mother Down the gel amp no to the freight level where automobile with new Jersey Lile plates awaited them presume to take them to the estate of Dwight Morrow mrs. Lind a s Mother at Englewood n. J. 3l. Lindbergh on a tour of the try for the army air service Ichha drafted him to Active duty in Dayton o. Lie Champlain docked at 6 a. M. Mrs Lindbergh the children the nurse were the first Pas re ers off. They went Down the Plank at 7 10 a. M. Until then Nice had guarded the pier and per Ioctl n newspaper men aboard photographers were permitted torn Quot a feet of mrs. Lindbergh or children. Licen n completely surrounded a Quot until they reached the Auto a Bill. Which left in the direction of of. Fth joins the British army k Tali neck Taky becomes 1 01 1 he first to enter military service Moscow april 28. It up it two russian fliers sped across the North Atlantic attempting a non Stop. 4600 Milic flight from Moscow to new York. They encountered headwinds which Cut their Speed to slightly More than 140 modes an hour but reported that All was Well aboard. At 5 45 a. M. It est it they reported by radio that they were crossing the Zero Meridian a Point almost Heil Way Between the coast of Norway and Iceland and about 150 Miles South of the Arctic Circle. They had travelled 1,182 Miles from Moscow. The fliers Brig. Gen. Vladimir kick Kianski Pilot and maj. My Khall Gordienko navigator carried a message of Good will to the new York worlds fair and a letter to pre sent Roosevelt from the russian government. Should they maintain the 150-mile Speed Thoy would arrive in new York about 4 00 a. M. Saturday. Their course was the great Circle route Over Sweden and Norway the North Atlantic to Iceland the Southern tip of Greenland. Labrador and Newfoundland. New Brunswick the coast of Maine Over Boston to Kloyd Bennett Field new York. The plane is called a Moscow Quot. Its wings and fuselage Are red. The word Moscow is painted in White on the under surface of one Wing in Slavis characters which appear a mock bad. It is the Sanio Type of plane in which Kokk Naki flew last year from Moscow to Vladivostok 3,500 Miles nonstop. Moffet 11.1 i its Ltd Paul Moffett who was Arra Gnad in court monday on an affidavit signed by night police officer Berkley Watson charging assault Ami Battery with intent to commit a felony and who pleaded not guilty at the to to he was arraigned was before the Couit this morning and changed his to guilty. He was sentenced by judge William m. Sutherlin to serve from one to ten years in the state reformatory at Pendleton being 21 years old. Information from Washington concerning the proposal to build six transcontinental super highways across the United states Lack definite details concerning the proposed routes of these suggested roads but three of them Are expected to Cross Indiana. These three route across Indiana arc designated As nos. 2, 3 and 4. Among the six proposed roads. Of these three nos. 2 and 3 would Cross Northern Indiana but no. 4 would Cross the Central part of the state. At Indianapolis. M. R. Keefe chief Engineer of the Indiana state Highway commission said engineers from the Federal Bureau of holds made preliminary surveys about four months ago. Hut at that time the engineers working on the surveys did not known the purpose of their work. The East West route through Central Indiana at that time was surveyed at another Point and not along the National Road he said. The proposed a excess taking a of land for right of Way would be cheaper than the method of buying Only the absolutely necessary land. Or. Keek said. Land holders arc inclined to a boost the Price Quot of Small sections of their land while an entire farm could be purchased at a smaller relative Price and then resold after the necessary right of Way taken out. Elks to be represent at Brazil May a 7 the Greencastle Lodge of the elks will be represented at an annual meeting of the South Central Indiana District elks association to be held at Brazil saturday and sunday May c and 7. The saturday program will include a Golf tourney and a Fried Chicken dinner. Sunday afternoon the annual banquet will be held. A feature of the sunday program will be the initiation of a class of candidates from the 13 lodges of the District. Lodges which will be represented Are Bloomington Brazil Columbus Connersville Greencastle greens Burg Indianapolis Martinsville new Castle. Richmond. Rushville Shelby Ville Anil Terre haute. Roslea shows now automobile o it 1 g i n a l demonstration made at motor is i a. Is Small it i Ive charter to new troop in Roach Dale boy scout organization is i u i i n d for it Omino year Oil activities planned Indianapolis. Ind., april 28. A up a Radical innovation in automobile design made its official Debute at the Indianapolis motor Speedway today with the christening of the Crosley corporation s a Economy eng neers claimed the Liny Model to to an All time Economy Chain Pion costing Only $323 and obtain j Picl Al Alim the Tiff ing up to 60 Miles to the gallon of p r mls Public meeting. Court of Honor and charter presentation planned in monday District chairman or. W. K Edington and assistant executive Jim i have presented a troop charter to the Roachdale boy scout troop for the coming year. The following men make up the personnel of this Active scout troop in Roachdale scoutmaster Howard Wilson assistant scoutmaster Maurice Sil vey or. Ass t scout master w miam etch son troop committee chairman f. B. Goslin troop committeemen. W. W. Tilomai. Or. D g. Steel. R. A Skelton and Robert d. Patton. The Roachdale boy scout troop is sponsored by the Lions club of which Glenn w. Irwin is president. Scout members of troop 42 Are c. H. Aliff Joseph Baird Morris Carpenter. Richard Edwards. John Eggers. Wiillard Eggers. William etch Eron John Goslin. Charles Holland. Richard Hutchins. Charles. Miller. Earl Mower John Mason Robert a uni William h. Graham funeral saturday at Grov funeral senders for h. W. Graham age 82 years who died at his Home in Groveland wednesday night w 11 i be held from the presbyterian Church i there saturday morning at 10 30 of clock. Or. Graham died of a heart attack. It he was ill Only a few hours and prior to that time a 1 been in his usual Good health for a Man of his age. He is survived by the following children Ray . Bainbridge mrs. Ida Shoemaker Groveland miss Emma . Danville Joseph , Cadiz mrs Elsie Lydick. Amo and mrs. Josie Brown Advance. Eland Danzig state demanded by Adolf Hitler a Emi \ a polish Friendship treaty Pac t with England denounced says attach on i s. Fraud strange Decalli r report received state chemist found no Al. Coriol in stomach of fit de strange declared All inner toni circulated concerning Aggro Nylon against America untrue termite control subject of talk i l kick entomologist gives address at Kim Anis luncheon Fri on april 28. It up it an Eden regarded As the coun coming a Man in politics joined i tit Mirial army today As great answered Adolf Hitler s Quot ii urgently stimulating its program. Minister Neville Chambcr-11 or winning an overwhelming. Vote in the House of com quoth his plan for conscript inn. Quot i to introduce a compulsory not tui in no Bill in parliament a and Force it through to in a Jar it quickly. 1 mister in Slie Hore balls a a "1 with pans i Quot raise the t a a he regular army above 1 a Quot it authorized total of 224.000 r v a Lunary enlistment Learnt Iona were made to Man 1 aft defences throughout a Quot entry on a War Alert basis. 1ui try joined the London figment of territorial and was sent at once to Midworth Camp x mry Plain the great British i it a Are a �?~freshener1�?T Ivy Quot a 1 talc rank of major Wheeli Quot it the world War he re Jet of n Batta Quot a a on a he a j ,1 he was stale in his Mill re Edge and he was mad in command. Important meet monday evening joint meeting Foit discussion of operatives at Gorin memorial Tutich Greencastle merchants and business men As Welt As Tho general Public Are invited and urged to attend the joint meeting of the chamber of Commerce and the Putnam county credit association in the Gobin memorial Church monday evening at 6 30 of clock. The speaker will be Ray Dubois of Indianapolis and to will speak on cooperatives and their growth in this county. The subject is one of vital interest to the business men of the Community and none should miss it. Reservations must be made through miss Helen Black Secretary by saturday night. Anyone desiring to attend is urged to get in touch with miss Black at once As the meeting should be one of the largest that will be Quot held in the City this Spring. A termite control Quot was Tho theme of an interesting talk presented before the thursday luncheon meeting c f the kiwanis oui in Gobin memorial methodist Church by g. E. Leh scr. Purdue University entomologist. The speaker said the termite is one of the ten most destructive pests in Tho state. Quot several years ago the termite was unheard of. But since his former feeding grounds have been destroyed he has turned to the towns and cities for a livelihood. A people Are becoming termite conscious and daily turning to ways to control the a it Ost. The termites who live in colonies and in a hive like Chambers in Tho ground away from buildings Start on a Small scale when they begin feasting on a building but the damage increases As they multiply. It is possible for a dozen colonies to operate around one House Quot. Or. Lehker said. The entomologist posted out the difference Between a termite and a flying ant. Saying the termite has a straight body Silver wings and that the wings drop off the flying ant has a Wasp like body transparent w nos which remain attached to its body. He explained that the Quot swarm or Quot termites do not do the damage but when you see them you know there Are a soldiers Quot nne la workers Quot at work and that it is time to take Steps to eradicate the pests. In reference to control he said it is necessary to Analyse the pests and apply treatment in accordance with results from the study. The approved methods for eliminating the termites As presented by or. Lehor follow reconstruction. Removing All Wood from soil and thus breaking Contact Between House and termite colonies pour Concrete Walls in basement and done to fill porch add Metal frames in basement windows and have full basement Metal termite shelds Over top of foundation Walls to break connection of termites to the wooden Section of the House use of treated Wood on top of foundation use of soil treatment to break con Only Nncel in a Ltd a a a gasoline. The car is powered by a Light two Cylinder Aii plane Type m tor and is said to be capable of speeds of 50 Miles an hour. The car has an Over a length of Only 120 inches but has inside space designed to accommodate even extraordinary tall persons with Comfort. 1� is to be offered to the Public in two models a convertible Elt upe Ami a convertible four passenger Sedan both at the same Price with Standard equipment. Weighing Only 025 pounds the car carries what is estimated try be at least a 200 mile fuel Supply in is of lir gallon tank. A Hile a die it i Ink Case holds Only two quarts of of. Gear shift and steering arrangements Are not essentially different from those of other makes. The new Model will be on display outside the Crosley exhibit budding it the new York worlds fair which opens sunday. Cars will be demonstrated on a special track. Probe a Iueli on let a tape pundits Lafayette my victim of Indiana band far stolen by desperadoes Frankfort ind. April 28 a up state police today investigated the abduction of Frances Cifen Rath 20. Of Lafayette who last night became a victim of Indiana so tape Rifenrath was accosted near he Home in Lafayette forced into his car at Tho Point of a gun. And air Ven to an abandon d school House mrs Frankfort where the bandits taped his Mouth hands and feet and left him. When they departed they told him they would be Back and warned him not to make any outcry. He had freed his hands from the tape Bonds when the bandits appeared again. They re bound him. Took his Wal let. And escaped in his car. There was no Money in the Wallet he said Ami the bandits gave him 50 cents to return to Lafayette. He said they told him not to report his abduction until he had returned to Lafayette and then to Tell the police that he had a got drunk and to t his Reifenrath said that to worked for nearly an hour to free himself and then walked into Frankfort where he reported to police. He told police that the men seized him about 8 30 p. M. And that he finally freed himself about Midnight. Monday evening a Public meeting court of Honor and charter presentation will be hold in the Bainbridge High school for troop 92 oif Bainbridge with District chairman or. W k Kington and assistant executive Jim Molter in charge. The personnel of troop 92 includes scoutmaster John t. Goodhart troop committee chairman of l. Van Cleave and troop committeemen Howard Hoa totter Ami r. W. Etch Eson. Troop 92 scouts include Dae Baker George priest. Warren etch Escen Wallace etch son Kenneth etch son. Paul Tate. F. L. Priest Robert Berry and Hubert Comer. This charter will be presented with a very impressive ceremony by or. Eau Nylon or. Moving pictures of cub and scout activities will be shown. Scouts of troop 92 under the d Section of John Goodhart Wal present several demonstrations. Flags of foreign nations will be used in demonstrations presenting the idea that scouting serves the world. The general Public is cordially invited to attend this meeting. Monon graduating it lass m is Rev. C. M or it i re Rev. Claude m. Mcclure pastor of Gobi memorial methodist Church delivered tin commencement address to the 1939 graduating class of Mon on High school thursday night in the motion gymnasium. A Ythi game of life was the theme of Rev. Mcclure a interesting presentation. Enjoyed by he 28 members of the senior class and a Large audience. Claude York former Greencastle resident is principal of the Monon school. The local minister was a dinner be t of or. And mrs. Fuller Huffman. Formerly of this City while in Monon. A preliminary report had been received i today by Coroner Russell Shannon from or. R. N. Harger. Professor of biochemistry and toxicology of Indiana University school of Medicine. Concerning the analysis on the stomach of the late Fred strange. The report disclosed that there was no alcohol present in the stomach and contents and spleen of Fred strange also tests made for other poisons including cyanide phenols chloral strychnine arsenic and barbiturates showed none present. It must be considered however it was pointed out that alcohol is rapidly absorbed from the stomach and that some 18 hours had elapsed from the time the specimens examined were secured and the time the alcohol was presumably consumed. A member of the family disclosed in a recent conversation it was stated that or. Strange had not been Well for some time Ami Hail complained of a urinary and kidney Dis Berlin. April 28. A up Adolf Hitler demanded Danzig from Poland today Ami denounced the German polish Friendship treaty and the British orman naval limitation treaty. Declaring that Danzig was German and never would be polish he compared the position of Poland today. Allied with great Britain and France to that of Czechoslovakia which he had torn asunder. Addressing the nazi Reich Stag to answer president Roosevelt a peace Appeal of april 15. Hitler took up the presidents Points one by one dissected them and in effect rejected them All. But. He insisted. Germany did not want War never had wanted War. It wanted Only its rights. There was a fundamental clash of interest in Europe calling for �?ogrt<i4 answering the presidents request that to guarantee 31 specific nations against attack by Germany. Hitler said he would give them the assurances desired under conditions of a flute reciprocity provided that the state concerned makes the request itself and direct to Germany a together with the appropriate As regards allegations that Germany might some time plan aggression against the United states Hitler said a i Here solemnly declare that All to Banc and that or had not sought tins circulated in any Way con medical attention for this condition a it May Well be assumed that a subacute or Long standing chronic urinary disease existed and which was exacerbated by recent consumption of alcohol. Physical examination and the character of the coma existing before death As disclosed by examining physician was characteristic of Urmia or to Xemia due to impaired kidney function As Well As marked Cernig an Intel Ler German attack or invasion on or in american territory Are rank frauds and Gross turning to great Britain he said a the Only demand i have made from England is restoration of a he made two direct and unqualified demands on Poland whose Security against attack is now guaranteed 12 to 14 hours after Tho state began. It was this condition that prompted them to remove the prisoner to the Hospital a the Coroner said. Roosevelt did not hear Miller speech of do it Tator i me too Early today for president Pic a a selected senior Jas a on it i Tineke a \ Prim Ess Quot in be presented Fri Day May 5 Kkt k makes statement Tho Rev. V. L. Raphael of this wil.1 conduct the funeral service of a or. Graham at the Grovel an 1 presbyterian Church saturday morning at 10 30 o clock. 20 years a no in Greencastle new York. April 28. Up the new York times in a dispatch signed by its Washington correspondent. Arthur Krock said today that sometime Between the May and september czechoslovak crisis last year. President asked to attend the National chamber of Adolf Hitler and Benito Mussolini to Commerce convention As a represent meet him at sea or on some Neutral a Tive of the Indiana manufacturers Island to d Russ their terms for a association and the National hard permanent peace. 1 Wood lumber menus association. High school a the new curtain is one of Beauty and richly sets off the Large stage of Tho High school. The color of the curtain is Brown and is made of Francis Hamilton ago 9. Was quarantined in the Fay Hamilton Home with diphtheria. Charles Barnaby went to St. Louis a romantic comedy drama. Quot once there was a Princess Quot written by Juliet Wilbur Tompkins has been selected for the annual senior play of Greencastle High school. The three act play tells the Story of a Modem Day. American born italian Princess who returns to her. Izall mid Westem Home town after an absence of sixteen years. As May be expected she meets Many amusing and romantic situation. The problems of the family whom she visits provide interest in the plot and Are an effective backing for the main characters. Members of the cast who have been working on the play Are Katharine Boston Charles Sheridan Marguerite Erdman George Taylor Olive Mae Dean. Barbara Yuncker Mary Abel Wilametta Pease. Ralph Ca i Eleanor Mccullough Marian me Clure. George Long Bonnie golds Berry Frances Porter Helen Jome. Carl Pitts. The directors Are we. Bishop. Miss Charlotte Donnohue miss Mary Hall and miss Mary Alice Van turn. A the play is to let a presented at 8 00 of clock Friday night May 5. Tickets Are on Sale now and May be obtained from members of the senior class. Alcoholic intoxication in the Early v a re at Britain and France stages. Police officials and those in 1 solution of the problem of Dan custody of or strange were aware a a a which or want a returned to the Anil advised that if Only a state of German Reich intoxication existed improvement a strategic Road across the should be manifested not later than j polish corridor to connect Germany and East Prussia. Germany he said considered the new agreement Between Britain and Poland an unfriendly gesture. A Danzig must be returned to the he said. A the polish Borders must by rectified. A the polish government has declined my suggestions. I regret such an attitude. Like Czechoslovakia Poland now stands under the pressure of the International War mongers. Rather than accept the generous German offer of n 25 year past they prefer to Arm against an imagined lashing out at a War mongers Quot he said a if conflict comes the German nation will oppose a resistance compared with which 1914 would he the speech was one of the most momentous Hitler has made in his dramatic life. Or addressed the 888 members of the Reich Stag of the greater Reich answering the Appeal the president made to him and to Premier Benito Mussolini to Guaran tee not to attack 31 specific nations 1 for a period of 10 years and if pos Siulc for 25 years in return for the Promise of a world conference to discuss disarmament and Trade. If complained bitterly and scornfully that people had read of the presidents Appeal in the newspapers and a heard it Over the radio before he if had received it. For that Ison he said he had called the m uni cum a a Al ii tfx twin Hyde Park. N y april 28 tup a while Adolf Hitler addressed the Gem an Reich Stag and every Man. Woman and child in Germany the Man whose Appeal for peace he was answering president Roosevelt was in his bed. Sleep no. Or. Roosevelt regarded speech it was said authoritatively As a speech Only and in no sense an answer to the Appeal he made to Hitler and Benito Mussolini on apr i 15 he anticipates a direct reply from both of them. Mussolini made a speech a week ago which Many considered his reply and today Hitler Nindo his. Persons familiar with diplomatic usages and Courtesy said that when Tho head of the staff conveys n message in any form to the head of Ano her. Custom in crates a a it renal acknowledgement if not a reply. To i Date. Or. Roosevelt had received not even an acknowledgement. It was understood that he would read a text of Hitler s speech sometime during the Day. Hitler began speaking soon after 6 a. M and a Roosevelt does not got up that Early. The White House secretariat announced last night that or. Roosevelt had completed the speech he will deliver in open no the new York worlds fair on sunday. This announcement strengthened the understanding that hitlers speech would have no official interest for him. If he cons dered it a reply to his Appeal. He could have used the worlds fair speech to comment on it. It was said. Mrs. Willis Miller has returned Home after visiting with her sister mrs. Grace Wiseman at Altamont. Illinois. A a a a a a a a a a today a weather a and a a local temperature a a o a a a a a a a a a mostly Cloudy tonight becoming fair saturday slightly cooler in East and South portions tonight. Minimum. 49 6 a. M. A 7 a m. 54 8 n. M. 59 0 a in. 60 a m. 63 11 a. M. 04 12 anon 66 1, p. In. 04 2 p. A. 64
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