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Greencastle Daily Banner (Newspaper) - August 17, 1939, Greencastle, IndianaA my thu cwt lamp warm ii a a a a a a a 0 the daily Banner 0fl 4 All the Home news United in Ksn service 9 l it Waves for All a a to Lumiel Kurty so Van v0\ Ioco ii a ii Kkt Asti a Indiana t1u woday Al us St 1 \ not a. 1�?Tgo an Guys oppose to �1 third term Gay to i a 98erted he could name at. Least Oetkin others with same la Quot co upholds two term idea a id Mcnutt Cunt Nikii Quot in doing pretty Well Quot mid ills return i win Hel i Indiana party a i Washington. Aug. 17. Topi sen. Frederick Van nuts a a. Ind. My today that president Roosevelt a Movably can a Cudgel Quot a third term domination from the 1940 Democrat a National conversion but. That at Ali 15 democratic senators will re Ftfe to support him. Van Guys a consistent critic Deal policies said that if the t decides against a third and is permitted to choose As % candidate Quot one those Capone a a the democrats will difficulty in remaining in pow senator said that the Only he would oppose . Roose-l4is because tie sacred two tradition Quot if we break Down that last Sac tradition the country is gone a i d a a wed Quot i can name at least 17> i it Democrat a tit i senator who icel Tho same Way s i do and who will do the same 111 Ling in their Honn states As i in-111 hid to Van Nuy an Active a Pporter a i ormer Indiana governor Paul v j Mcnutt who recently was named by i m president to head the Federal a curly administration said in an Limiter View that Mcnutt a Campaign it a the presidency Quot is going pretty a Ell Quot he said that Mcnutt s return to Lis country from his Post As High convicted mayor still in office Waterbury. Conn. Aug. 17. Up mayor t. Frank Hayes remained in office today although he and 18 others were found guilty yesterday conspiracy to defraud the City $5 500,000. For which thy May be imprisoned for 15 years. They were free Bonds until Friday. When motions to set aside the verdict will be heard. If the motions fail. Special prosecutor Hugh m. Alcorn said he would ask for sentence the same Day. Until then at least it was believed that Hayes would stay in office along with City officials convicted with him. The defendants wore charged with having taken graft attorneys fees lobbyists fees and rigged City contracts. The offences occurred Between 1950 and 1958. Hayes was serving his fifth term As mayor. He had served to it two year terms As lieutenant governor ending last year. in formation rotarians hear sen. Bruce l Ane Folu Vin g his Aih Dakss the a members it l a Stoneh him about investigation members the rotary club heard sen. O Bruce Lane at their weekly luncheon meeting wednesday at the presbyterian Church. He said All classes had different Points View and raised different questions con i Kerning legislative matters. Some lobbyists the senator said represented labor As Well As some the members the legislature therefore labor problems were Foremost in their minds. Some also have the keenest and shrewdest brains and others Are keen and shrewd politicians. He said hut regardless what 1 Over new York Goth mites gazing skyward 30th anniversary army s Purchase first fighting plane saw these modern streamlined bombers pass in perfect formation High above the tall buildings the Metropolis. Scene shows financial District with Hudson River in foreground and East River in Center. Planes visited 22 other cities. Heat wednesday very depressing Many be it hottest Day year Iii t offic Ial re i ing was 98 h the Philippines will Elp the democrats next year in in Rafana where he a Aid exists Quot a very hand Fla do ppr ppm he by a pro a Elloui division Roosevelt a pol the humid heat yesterday drove Many persons to declare it the hottest Day the year. It was hard Man and beast the air having a steamy sort element in it that made it depressing. At 2 clock in the afternoon the party is in Power the first and it thermometer Reading was 95 degree., most idea in their mind is to promote starting from 70 degrees at 7 clock i Bills for the party in Power. Sen. A that morning m i my Van Guys a Aid that . Roose to the Young Means Only i does t get him nominated he in Ell s recant message i mock to a coi mention no to Ling tii Quot a Elf i Choice end to Bolt a the president Sot the precedent 3r bolting when he supported Theo Ore Roosevelt so he can to very Well Rittcase us for bolting away from a ome his Poticki a he said. A but Here s me difference. No one can it rive me out the democratic arty. I la fight my Battles within to i sen Ted have selfish motives at the Chi Pense the taxpayer. He continued by saying that the majority the people do not pay enough attention to the Bills before the legislature and depend too much upon the Good judgment other people. The senator said he had always been for conservative legislation and had done his Best to serve the people who had sent him there. Following his talk the members the club asked the senator questions concerning his textbook investigation. To pointed out the fact that the committee had reported their findings in nine Steps each which Cov the Day before at 2 clock th1 Reading was 90. And monday it was 89. An even week before August 9, people were positively shivery because the coldness the air. Thermometers rend 54 at 6 Dock and Only 78 at 2 clock that Day. At 6 clock this morning the Reading was 72, but there was a freshness in the air which made tha heat More endurable. The 95 degrees yesterday at 2 clock was 7 8 degrees below the High Point for the season which was reported by some to have been an even Hundred and by others to be one degree higher. N i no it she i nov week eight game Iule eur Tiger ele come Raymond k in i Auw a in Versley football Mentor will be in i tenth Aea Aon As Pilot the r till Ron tigers this year. Serving line coach in 1923 under w. L. By ghz Hughes he was alerted head Ait Hall coach the following year Hen Hughes resigned to go to col Mola Yaj Inveraity coach Neal announced today that utter would go out shortly to nil under Claa members last years Ity a Quad and to All members it years freshman squad inking to report for earlier septem 8, the earliest Date allowed by e Indiana conference rules. He is Lect Long a squad forty More answer his cell. The tigers will play in eight Amo schedule with half the games t Home and half foreign Fields be tigers will open their season tember 30 against Hanover the instruct local men in appraising representatives Federal land rank met with county unit cred one particular piece evidence. The teachers he told the rotar�an.-. Walter \ were asked to vote upon textbooks As t j to whether not they were incl Crisc Quail to amp null i factory and the Hoard disregarded ill ill m a. Oil i the v tag he teachers twelve the Quali Post Lauon Putnam out 14 textbooks in question. Manv t unto was considerably increased other Points interest to the Rotar what to conservation dubs ians were explained by senator . Ninny head these Birds v u to Quot i a Walter Putnam county game Warden announces that three conservation clubs the county has raised More than three times As Many Quail As the state conservation department had freed Putnam soil this season. The old Verdale Junior and senior clubs freed Birds 258 being placed Clove Dajc Washington and Jefferson townships soil. The Roach amp la club released 178 in Franklin and Jackson townships this number were the survivals from 225 Day old Chicks furnished this club by the Stute department. The Morton conservation club Pul out 140 a head Quot these Birds in Clinton Monroe and Russell townships. The a were tuned Loose in groups in most instances that number being considered about right to form movies. All these Quail were raised from Day old Chicks the Stock being sup plied by the state and a Niti Nuil i rum f. I. Mcdonald and de Santoli appraiser working out Louis Vui for the Federal land Bank , wore Here wednesday in conference with the Board director the Putnam county unit the farm credit association in the office Lynn Brown Secretary treasurer the Putnam county organization. The principal purpose the visit los these two men was to give instructions in the matter a Praia ing land for Loana from the Federal institution. Instructions have been will be played Blackstock a Given the local appraisers heretofore pan1 Hui am Ltd i the it tif Thil need in Noi the fold. The Franklin game novem 4th has been designated As old old Day Depauw s traditional ome coming event. The Earlham a Une armistice Day has been is Ignatc As dads Day. The a Ash game which closes the season the tigers is at Crawfordsville his year. The big game As far As Many de Auw fans Are concerned will be the Coal Nelm in a nit two i named by Mem to Washington. Aug 17 up Security administrator Paul v. Mcnult late yesterday appointed a Owler v. Harper University in Lann Law prof Asci. General counsel f the Federal Security Agency a Arper formerly taught Law at 4orth Dakota. Oregon and Texas Miniver Sitiel. Hut the conference wednesday put the matter a More definite basis. The local men were reminded that the basis appraisement for Loans agricultural lands under the National farm loan association is the estimated value the producing Powers the land taking farm prices the period 1909-14 As the basis rather than present prices. That basis is considerably higher than Otie taking into consideration j present prices . Brown Secretary treasurer said. The officer the Putnam county farm credit association Are Ira Hutcheson president h. O. Brattain vice president Lynn Brown Secre tary treasurer and the other directors Are Paul Frederick. Charles me Ferran and Guy Wright All these reared Tny a coach Neal goes to Grid school coach Raymond r. Neal will attend r football school at crimp Cros key this month and has been asked to show motion pictures Depauw a 1958 football games. Last year was the first time that Depauw took action shots and slow motion pictures its football season. These were used to study faults in Plav by the coaching staff and were also used before alumni clubs and service clubs. Coach Neal made a number athletic talks before groups Over the state last year and used these Dain Farmers so Rick lout i Mies Rei Oki violence milk Ihmi Ino and death \ i Icil t Utica. N. aug. 17. Up the Dairy Farmer Union strike for higher prices in that new York City Mil shed entered it third Day today with a poits viol to i milk dumping and the death a picket. The strike spread from Eastern new York state into i nil Sylvania As Farmers Barry used highways dumped hundreds cans milk and hurled eggs at trucks. To Herbert h Lehman ordered county sheriffs to Quot appoint As Many special deputies at you May desire prevent violence. A truck Alten doing to break through a picket line at the East Smithfield farm West Burlington. I struck and fatally injured Paul Hicks Bradford county a. Police said Hicks had refused to move from the trucks path. The Union which claims a membership 15,000 producers in new York Pennsylvania Ami Vermont deman la $2.55 a Hundred pounds 47 quarts for milk delivered in August. September and october. The present Price under the Federal state marketing agreement is $2.25. To enforce their strik Quot the producers withheld milk from plants supplying them Tro Politan area. Reports null dumping were received froth i Quot id. Delhi Russell and South Russ ii. A new Fiti re today a trailer Vagabond a written by Warren Bayl who travels about tin country visiting the different Points inter t will be published weekly in the i it Ai a Banner commencing with today. Readers will find it to their interest to follow this a trailer Vagabond travel series each week for the articles will take them to strange and prominent places in the p item states Canada and Mexico. Liter the series articles Are to a a published in Book form with 10 pictures illustrating each article and made available for those desiring thin Type travel Book. It in it i it Ltd it notes h. K. Shannon Lias been appointed guardian tin persons and property Quot Jules i. Shannon. Al menu convicts i abduct motorists i h Alf tells melt to a plan Madison. Was. Aug. 17 up Paul v Mcnutt is running for president and will not accept a vice presidential nomination Frank Mcl Lale. In socratic National committeeman i r Indiana an i Campaign manager for the former Hoo air governor disclosed Here. A we re running him just for Mychalo told Wisconsin democratic leaders Wilh whom he conferred last night a 16-state tour a Omak. Mcnutt a we Are pid Cating our Campaign Roosevelt not running for a third i Hale said Quot we Don t think lie will. When Roosevelt announces his intention not to run As we feel he will do. We will have Oil candidate already Mellaly left today for Minnesota where he said he would Confer with state democratic leaders at St Paul. From St Paul his itinerary includes Fargo n a it. Westward to Washington. And a swing South which will have covered 16 states by the time lie returns to Indianapolis sept. 22. Poland in Ioune a arrest t Irma us asserted they were part espionage and Vio in it k organization films to illustrate his remarks. They were meeting with messes. Mcdonald were Well received by All who saw and Ranton. Them. The will Eugene Whiteside recently deceased left $500 to the presbyterian Church Greencastle. Announcement was made the marriage miss Catherine Allison and George Christie at the episcopal Church at Petoskey Mich. About 35 Depauw and Greencastle friends witnessed the ceremony. Captain Edgar m. Carver who had been stationed at Chicago As District engineering manager for the ordnance department received his discharge. Albert Moran and Roy Ash arrived Home from the army. They had service in Frange. Ill and items i we prison go ads searching for cow its Chicago. Aug 17 up hundreds police and prison guards were searching today for two Short term convicts win went to More trouble than necessary to escape from the state prison at Joliet yes j Ter Day and made their offence More serious by kidnapping a guard and elderly Ohio couple the fugitives Are John Mcguire. 53, who was serving a term one to 14 years for manslaughter and Charles Emmerson 37. Who was serving one to 20 years for theft in automobile Warden Joseph e. Kaneti a did both men were trustees and that Mcguire would have been eligible for parole in four months and Einerson in two years. A i cannot understand Why the men used the methods they did in he said. Quot they could have walked away any the convicts made their escape from a Quarry outside the prison Wall. Emmerson was painting signs in tin Quarry under the supervision guard William e. Frew 47. To Guzic drove tip in a truck in which he was carrying supplies for the Quarry and said he needed water for the Radiator. He suddenly leaped onto Frew from behind grabbed the guard s pistol and Hgt in cd it at him. Pm m err joined him. They forced Frew to get into the truck and they drove about two Miles. There Emmerson left the truck with the pistol and compelled Robert Lindquist . Joliet to surrender his fathers automobile. The convicts drove away leaving Frew and Lindquist unharmed. Near Chicago Heights. 111., they stopped an automobile in which . And mrs. W. B. Rice both about 60. Were returning to their Home at Bucyrus o., from a vacation in the Black Hills South Dakota. They said they were a desperate Quot Force i the rices to get into the Hack seat und drove to Chicago. Mcquire h it them in South Chicago and Emmerson gun in hand ordered Rice to take the wheel. In downtown Bel Oldert Iii. About 100 Miles West Chicago Rice upset by his experience collided with an Otic. Automobile. None was injured and the automobiles were damaged Only slightly Emmerson fled foot toward Rockford his Home town. Rice who suffers from a heart ailment fainted at the wheel. Both he and his wife were taken to St. Josephus Hospital suffering from Shock. I. David b. James said their conditions were not serious. Monnett Rodeo opens with Many new stunts the Monnett Rodeo is opening at the Monnett ranch with a new Bill riders and stunts after Berkig the Road several weeks. There will be pistol Pete and his Clown mules As Well As Beverly Harnett Billings Montana. Then there is Bill Noble the movie double and Tom Hacks the All around Cowboy. This and other big stunts await you t at the new Monnett Rodeo. V. R. A kill passed away Wei. Evening Warsaw. Aug 17 up Poland. Announcing the arrest about 100 Young germans including several who Are German citizens asserted today that they were part an organization a founded by Ami controlled from Germany for the purpose espionage and it was charged that members the organization reported movements polish Border patrols and police to a a German quarters Quot and attacked guard and police. The arrests were made in the Katowice Region upper Silesia. The official German news Agency reported that among those arrested were Rudolf Wiener h former member the polish Senate and president Jankowski the Union German workers in Poland those arrested the government charged had been proved by investigation to be part a a Large scale organization throughout upper Quot members this organization Quot the official communique said a were entrusted with investigating and reporting to German quarters the exact movements polish Border patrols and police and also carried out attacks polish police and Border 1 guards which recently led to the fatal shooting a polish policeman. Quot an investigation initiated As the result this murder led to the sex pos Urc this official quarters to used to divulge further details to give names person. Ltd rested because tin investigation was being continued. Alabama faces danger m flood r torrential Rains ii i been Almos i Messant singe m Nidai Prattville. Ala. Aug 17. Up the business Section this town 2.500 was under water today and National guardsmen patrolled the Bridge Creek dam. Seven Miles North which was threatening to crumble under the pres Urc flood Waters. The flood was general Over South and Central Alabama it was caused by torrential Rains that have been almost incessant since sunday and were forecast again today. In this Vicinity the danger was worse and the first casualty occurred Early today when a Mobile an i Ohio work train overturned a washed out roadbed the engine and one car plunging 40 feet Down an embankment killing fireman m e. Chisholm Tuscaloosa the Engineer e. D. Maharry 44. Was injured. The lower Section Prattville had been evacuated and 100 families had moved Here from the Vicinity the dam. They were sheltered in the courthouse schools and private Homes. Militiamen were aiding in the evacuations. A Tauga Creek had overrun its Banks and poured four feet water Over most the business District. It was estimated that if the dam broke the town would get three More feet water. J. H. Pitchford East Franklin Streng is confine i to his Home because illness. know \ i Mon school teacher Dill Futek Long illness widow two sons St Kwiye was Lam interested in common it it affairs represented state Lili insurance company Virgil Kay nicer age 46 years Well known school teacher run Tanner. Died wednesday evening bet in 7 and s clock at his Home Southeast Belle Union following an extended illness. M Neier was born August 7 1895 in Putnam county the. Son Eliar Aly Neier and Nannie Mccammack Neier. He taught school for Many years luring which time he made a wide acquaintance friends . Neier attended Indiana state Normal at Terre Haiti ind Central Normal College at Danville. Or. Neier was a member the a Nice Valley Baptist Church and was Active in Church activities As Long As his health permitted. He was also deeply interested in Community affairs. Or. Neier was a representative the state use in franc. Company. Survivors Are the widow mrs. Hattie Bourn Neier two sons Malcolm Ray Neier. Age 13, and Roland Lee Neier age 8 years his father e. A. Neir two Brothers Glenn Neier. Of Jefferson township and Robert Neier Chicago and four Sisters mrs. Ethel million and mrs Mae Curtis both near Eminence and mrs. Nola Vaughan and miss Thelma Neier both near Belle Union. I it a a a clinic a aim tomorrow in ii fill Cica. 11.it let tailor will be in iiist4 tie4 making game Greencastle a two act Hardwood players Don Kruziki and George Taylor will in in the he by making clinic game at the Butler Field House tomorrow Viking at to when the most popular senior players the states High school to i Iii will meet the Frankfort lint dog Champion a. Frazier who polled a third place and Taylor who Cam a out in eighth will be in there with such 1 her Slat As Crowe Franklin Fields it it a Mooresville goo i win Bloomington. Payton it it Spencer Krumpe Quot a Shortridge. Williams i South a i. Bundy Salem and Mil Dull Al Cris pts Attucks. The All Star play is will be under the coaching i co a i Downey Ros Sitlie and As i i my coach plunkitt Southport there will be some the biggest coaches in basketball history there to witness the first stat wide Allstar classic in the history Llu in a basketball. Coach Downey l thrilled with the lads and said Quot tin a a a just what a coach would give to have a Bunch a is Lik that to Start with at the beginning Quot to the Tali Many local fans plan i Quot a i Quot in Diana a list its the Gam tomorrow evening. From the pro i it 1 Al tickets it is believe <1 to Lela a will be plenty available at the. Gal tomorrow evening. Parke him i ii the Parke county fair will open next tuesday and will continue through five a Lay Stillman get a is president the fail organization. Harry r. Mccabe is one the directors. O 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 today a weather 0 0 and 0 0 local temperature 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 partly Cloudy local Thunder shove Jers Friday and in extreme South and extreme West portions this afternoon tonight warmer in Northeast portion . Minimum 79 6 a. M. 7�?o 7 a. M. 75 8 a. M. 79 9 a. A. >1 10 s. Til. 84 11 a. M. Al it is Ftp Ion 87 1 p m. A. 87 p a. 87
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