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Greencastle Daily Banner (Newspaper) - February 1, 1939, Greencastle, IndianaA wtat1ier and colder t0 forty seventh Datcy baknet5 a it Waves for ally a Aix the Home news 4 United press serv ice a a q 0oheenoastle, Indiana wednesday february 1, 1939 no. 92 i jury assemble thursday through today be i absence of one member Williams tuesday try they will agree As lure of charge to be preferred county grand jury by d tuesday morning to n the killing of Wil birr by Alfred g. Withe hitter s Little Ca ing the Illinois str it m sunday morning at 2 110 not Complete its work evening and adjourned j a morning. They races today because of the absence of one of the morning the grand jury ii a in assemble in their fourth floor of the court Are expected to Complete of evidence during the f the Day. It is expected re e at an agreement As to of the charge to be prefer Williams and will repo to t to judge Courtland c. The Day thursday die last witnesses whose y heard tuesday after the defendant himself Al a Llama he was Bio Ughi die penal farm by sheriff lore he is kept in custody the razing of the Putnam to make Way for the new mimed he was questioned the grand jury men of the prosecutor Willlams us to his part in Whin at rested at his idiot Ray after the killing police he gave indication he was act no in s if de there has been no state Public from anyone Olith. Matter that he Hal itt etude in it. Additional eve Drnec to be the grand jury when a assemble thursday it the nature of it is not the Public. The sessions Are not open to the pub iams Matt r reached the Nocket of the Putnam i it 86 children receive minor cuts and bruises Noblesville ind., feb. 1 a up it a thirty six children received minor cuts and bruises yesterday when the school bus in which they were Riding was stick by a truck near Here. Fufus Ballard bus Driver and Alfred Dunn Driver of the truck were taken to the Hamilton county Hospital when both complained of internal injuries. Authorities said the Accident occurred when Dunn struck skidded on icy pavement As he attempted to Stop. The school bus had halted ahead of him to pick up several children. Asks if we Are on Road to War referring to secrecy imposed by pkg silent concerning air Mission Mussolini May state his demands Twenty thousand fascist a militiamen assembled to acclaim him Washington feb. La up a referring to the secrecy imposed by president Roosevelt upon Senate committeemen with whom he discussed foreign policy and the activities of a French air Mission in this country sen. Hiram w. Johnson r., Cal. Asked today a Are we on the Road to War a a in the Johnson continued. A every american has an interest am deep concern. A if our present dealings with the French Mission or any of the secrets now whispered about Washington indicate this the american people Are entitled to know it. If we Are playing some supposedly Clever diplomatic game that May place us in an equivocal position in the future the american people Are likewise entitled to know it. A to Tell a committee of the Senate in secrecy what concerns not Only the Senate but All our people is to invite distortion and misapprehension of the protests against secrecy surrounding or. Roosevelt a off the record talk with the Senate military affairs committeemen May reach the Senate floor. The committeemen conferred with him yesterday. They discussed the fact that the administration was aiding the French air Mission which has $05.000.000 with which to Purchase 600 american made fighting plane Many Here swung to the conclusion 16th anniversary observed assured Hitler resolved to Aid in exacting concessions from France Rome. Feb. L i up Twenty Housand fascist militiamen a assembled today to acclaim Premier Benito Mussolini and they hoped to hear him speak. The occasion was the 16th Anni Pessary of the militias foundation. Diplomatic quarters awaited the ceremony with interest in the belief that in answering the cheers of his men Mussolini might make his first move toward stating the demands he intends to make on franc to satisfy Italy a in the Mediterranean. Forty battalions of the militiamen assembled at the altar of the Fath a Lance. The first business was the distribution by Mussolini of medals for bravery to members of the militia who distinguished themselves in the ethiopian or Spanish civil wars with a review of the militiamen following. There was a particular note of jubilation in the anniversary Celebration because fascist leaders after a thorough study of the up och which Adolf Hitler made to the 1 nazi Reich Stag monday night wern convinced that he had taken a real step toward r paying h s debt to Mussolini for support in the austrian a anti czechoslovak crisis. Fascists fell assured that Hitler had fully resolved to Aid Mussolini in exacting concessions from filanc High school convocation during tuesdays activities period the students Ami teachers of Green Castle High school were treated to a half hour of delightful entertainment. A full program of Modem dance selections was presented by Gene Huber and his High school band which in addition to the director is composed of the following members Randolph Bartlett Van Denman Thompson. Christian Mcclure Leroy Mason. James Hurst James Bittles Clarence Sligh Barbara Bartlett and Frances Porter. Among the in Tupi stoically received numbers were the following a change partners and dance a a a room with a View a a a Morgan Grinders swing a a my reverie a a taking my breath away a a they say a and a now it can a a a bobs Adams very capably served As master of ceremony. Americanism was subject of address grand jury to examine conduct Manton s resignation accepted by Roosevelt effective feb. 7 new York feb. 1. Lip Federal invest go tors said today that a special grand jury probably will be called to examine the conduct of Martin t. Manta a senior judge of the second unit d states circuit court of appeals. Whose resignation was accepted yesterday by president Roosevelt effective feb 7. The investigation was ordered by at Orney general Frank Murphy and was begun by acting United states attorney Grigory f. Noonan but Federal investigators May have of wait until District attorney Thomas e. Dewey is through with the evidence they need. Dewey had been investigating Minton a affairs secretly for nine months and has All the records of the judges business affairs include John Fitzgerald invited to appear by elks and american legion a Cappella presented songs was guilt of Honor at dinner with representative from Green Costlo Williamson rites to be held thursday afternoon funeral services for John l. Williamson. Who died monday evening at his Home East of the City will held thursday afternoon at 2 o clock from the Mccurry funeral Horn. The Rev. C. M. Mcclure of the Gobin methodist Church will be in charge. Interment will be made in the Brick Chapel cemetery. Favor ten percent Cut in expenses and they regard the brain Rora link of the compile. In which he was interested. Dewey has been i Justice of the peace front. Who had received the Kroner Russell Shannon inquest to determine f the death of William d. \ dairymen Zeive Honor upon i transcript from that the administration had actively undertaken a policy of aiding democracies with a methods Short of War but stronger than Mere the administration evidently believed the Issue should not be pressed to Public discussion and it May prevail although some senators were threatening further inquiry. Their interest May be increased by the statement of air minister Guy la Chambre in the French chamber of deputies. A in helping he said a the United states is helping peace. We shall have Good planes soon thanks to president sen. Gerald p. Nye. A. N. D., one of the committeemen complained that a to be sworn to secrecy when there is so much to be said is More distressing than you can various versions of the conference were current. But there seemed to be some agreement that the president considered the excitement Over whether he wrote a letter to depart continued on Muse two tand and w. L. Bali my awards for test farms Ymon of this county c. J. I w. L. Baldwin received dinner Given in the lurch in Danville tue3-k the Host of the Occa Quot dairymen a cooperative by. Indianapolis and the o sixty milk producers t of Indiana out of 300 is were for the neatest no the producers contrib a business of the milk these awards went to or. For his farm in Marion 1 i the other for his farm it the township. The third or. Baldwin was for the it of his Dairy farm Northeast diplomatic Axis As indestructible. Virginio Galdo often a mouthpiece for the foreign office gave the first Defin vion of Italy s d sires against Fiance in an article in the Jimale do a taiga. A they air recognition of the right to colonial payment and to nation d requirements who r main unsatisfied even on the basis of present treaties with this somewhat r served definition was taken to refer to the secret treaty of London of 191.5, in which the allies promised Italy sweeping conc is on in return for her Entrance into the world War. Commenting on hitlers speech Gayda said that italian German Solidarity was not offensive but defensive. Then int up rating hitlers remarks on his support of Italy Gayda asserted bit if any nation tried to prot a vent Italy from attaining her a legitimate of Aims Quot this would constitute an a act of War in the eyes of Italy. Hatice Gayda wrote if France refused to meet Italy a demands. Hitler would regard the refusal As a declaration of an ideological War Aga not Italy and would go to Mussolini s Aid. Presenting evidence to a state grand jury since last july. Federal authorities did not undertake thir investigation until last week when Murphy came to new you a and conferred with Manta a. Dewey sunday sent to chairman a ton w. Sumners d tex., of the House judiciary committee in Washington an outline of his invest gation. He charged that Manta nor Corpora ions owned it it a controlled by him had received in Loans $439.000 from persons or corporations acting for companies Anad individuals hav no cases in Mantonis court. Congressional new dealers promptly charged Dewey had a butted in on the Federal investigation for political motives. The new York prosecutor is one of the leading potential Republican candidates for president in 1940. But today Noonan that m Ontl Nim Fly a pm two rescuers work to reach three men a Beautiful picture of Ideal americanism was Painte i by the words of John j. Fitzgeral of Terre haute speaking in the auditorium of the Greencastle High school. Tuesday evening. Or. Fitzgerald a appearance Here was upon invitation of the elks and the american legion of this Community. And the Public was the guest of these two organizations which stress so strongly the vital need for the preservation and growth of patriotism in America. Or. Fitzgerald an exalted ruler of elks was a guest of Honor at a six of clock dinner tendered him at the College inn that same evening by the elks organization at which other guests were judge a. L. Miller former judge of the Vigo county probate court and Well known in Greencastle.1 and representatives from various businesses and professions of the Greencastle Community the list of these including Marshall d. Abrams Rev. C. M. Mcclure father Mcgrath. Simpson Stoner Walter Cox. Perry Rush. B. W. Bergethon w. E. Edlung ton. Charles Mcgaughey. Fred snively or. W. Vermillion Frank c. Schoenman. Kenneth Bennett. A. B. Hanna and Guy Wright. Or. Abrams presided at the Public gathering presenting the Rev. Or. Mcclure for the invocation and at the close of the program he also presented the Rev. Father Mcgrath for the Benediction. The a Cappella choir of the High school presented a group of four i Ltd on a a a a a two attention in scouts All cub scouts will meet in pack meeting at second Ward school building thurs a it 4 p. M. B invests you Are working on for display. Cubs in first Ward take notice i Greaten to trap loyalist troops insist that italian troops were again in the catalonian offensive would Klimuk budget to almost same figures As enacted by Assembly presented to gov. Townsend several Impo uis Fop new to Nix and divi.vo.1 of fund wore presented i Indiana Polar ind. Feb la a up it a a Bill providing far local option on the liquor question was introduced today in the state senat by sen. Larry Brandon. Auburn a. And appears certain to confuse the liquor he revision already pending b for the legislature Perpignan. French Spanish Frontier. Feb. L. �up1 Spanish nationalist troops have almost surrounded the City of Seo de Urgel near the French Frontier and threaten to trap thousands of loyalists it was reporte i today. Indianapolis. Ind. Feb. 1. A up1 legislative leaders of both a ties Fodoly expressed themselves As favouring a budget comm tree proposal to Cut 10 percent from that operating Cape Frei of All state departments As the Best method of solving Indiana a financial ills. The Plin was presented at a lengthy conference of Republican and dispatches from nationalist Terri democratic legislators with gov. M. Tory sni l n nationalist unit expected i Clifford Townsend and the budget to take do Urgel soon and thus commit e yesterday afternoon. An open the Road to Pue Cerda on the other session is scheduled for thurs second snowstorm reported on a flood warning posted in Southern sections c Ause grave apprehension la clubs held program tuesday Many of the awards were made by Guy Harris former county agent faces another appointment test committee begins hearing on nomination of Roberts for District judge risk own lives under falling Rock to save those trapped in mine two Hundred and fifty or More persons gathered in the Assembly room Picher. Okla. Feb. 1 a up rescuers risking their own lives under falling Rock worked desperately today to reach at least three men trapped by a mine Cavern. Three bodies had been brought to the surface. There was Little Hope that the missing men would be found alive. They were among a reported Crew of .38 working 150 feet underground in a High vaulted Quot Drift Section of the today Hothem Lead mine just across the one French Frontier. 20 Miles Nway. The Prospect was. It was asserted that loyalist troops in the big Triangle of territory bounded by Seo d Urgel. Pui Cerda Ami Vich might be Trapp d within a few Days. The nationalists were driving ahead again against All efforts of the loyalists to Stop them. On the coast they took the towns of Malgrat and Blanc and thus crossed from Barcelona province into Gemoa province at a Point 38 Miles Northeast of Barcelona. They also reached the Point at which the bar Colona Gerona Figueras Road turns in Day. Budget committee members estimated that the 10 per cent slash would result in a saving of approximately $4 000000 annually and would reduce the budget to almost the same figure As enact d by the 1937 Assembly previously Townsend had announced that the tentative 1939-41 budget has been Sot at $82.614.26. An inert ise of $3.924.972 Over the 1937 budget. This budget would leave i balance of Only $762,8.58 in the Treasury on june 30. 1941, he said Whilo a was a matter of Good business the from the coast and Gerona Lay ahead Zajanc. Should be about $7.000,000 of them Only a Little More than 20 Miles to the North. On the West part of the catalonian front the nationalists continued t Advance several proposals for new taxes it n i diversion of exist no funds were presented at the Confer acc and some of them May to needed to prevent toward the Barcelona Vich a thu u a8ury for bad mine in Bali Pui Cerda Road a a separate army a need shortly afer the end of the 1941 fiscal year it was said. The 10 Washington feb. 1 up a president Roosevelt faces another test on a major appointment when the Senate judiciary committee Kanaah state line. The. Mine is begins hearing on the nomination of and n,i0.s Northwest of Pich Floyd h. Roberts to be a Federal District judge in Virginia. Sens. Carter Glass and Harry f. Byrd both democrats from Virginia and members of the Senate conserva three Hundred tons of Ore broke from the ceiling of the Drift late yesterday. A terrifying Roar accompanied the collapse and most of the Fand gives the men located. J. Fins much of the credit for Bons gathered a As Emoiy room Tulve bloc nip of Oso to the Nomina men ran t0 safety through the falling those places received on of the cd Urt House tuesday evening Uon on the grounds that it la per. To users Wero pm nth Ned but "1 township farm Arp for the Chleva it ment p10"�?T 0ftonally obnoxious Quot to them. ,.uickiy rescued. Officials of the incs and , clubs of the 1 Lainis Between 60 and 70 Senate company owners. Thought ice Castle township place Vonda. These men or. Id have taken a deep per rest in their part of the by dairymen in the state d the awards computed basis including physical of buildings fences and sanitation the milk equip Oiler details. Borah in Hospital a ton. Feb. 1.�?fup> a e. Borah. R., ida., was a emergency Hospital in an today and it was report Coti formation that he w s rom pneumonia. Part of those present were recipients i of certificates or awards in other forms. For something they had done in connection with the work of the 4-h organization in Putnam the last year. For instance there were 150 pins awarded the first year club members and there were cups and medals and certificates for achievements. The awards went to every part of Putnam county touching the greater part of the county families. Many of the awards were made by Guy t. Harris former Putnam county farm agent now Ripley county farm agent who returned Here for the Jet impose. Amusing numbers were Given by the locally famous ramp Creek ram Votos against Roberts confirmation. Roberts is one of three presidential appointments to important posts headed toward Challenge and prob Able rejection by a rebellious con press. The others Are Donald Wakefield Smith to a second term As a member of the National labor re a Lions Board and former rep. Thomas Amlie. Wisconsin progressive to be a member of the interstate Commerce commission. Glass and Byrd were scheduled to appear before the judiciary committee to Lea l the opposition to Roberta. The appointee May have the per anal support of gov. Janies h. Price and the attorney general of Virginia. Both have been invited to testify. Possibly five men were missing but they usted Only Harry Bertram and Orval Campbell of Galena. Kans. And Frank Porter. Riverton. Kans. One Hundred fifty volunteers Des-4 in i a. Two by Erst and the program is a whole j Hilberts nomination first was Eort was entertaining. A Cuuthi used in re to 20 years ago in Greencastle Indianapolis. Ind. Feb. 1. It up it a the forecast of More Snow and rain today caused grave apprehension As the Northern part of the state recovered slowly from its first serious blizzard of the season and flood warnings were posted in Southern Section. By United tres the second heavy snowstorm was moving rapidly eastward from the Rocky mountains today and mid we Stem cities and communities still digging out from the first onslaught pet failed for another blizzard. It. S. Forecaster c. A. Donnel at Chicago said the weather map indicated that the Snow would be heavy and accompanied by Strong winds. He said the storm resulted from a Low pressure area which formed Over Pueblo. Colo., and which was entered today Over Northern Nebraska. If the Center of the pressure area swerves to the Northeast he said there May be Only a one or two Inch fall in the Chicago area where 14.8 inches of Snow fell monday. He predicted widespread precipitation today for All North Central states. The heaviest snowfall he said will occur in some Northern and Central areas. A Light Snow was falling intermittently in Chicago Early today. Donnel said temperatures will be slightly higher in Southeastern areas a nil Nutil a in Vuu Elvei former resident Dies at Spencer services for Mark Hector will be held thursday afternoon at 2 t. M. Drove directly up the Road. On the coast the nationalists asserted. They were beginning to take quantities of motor transport and Railroad cars they were moving too fast apparently for the loyalists to get their transport northward on the refugee crowded roads the nationalists assert i also that among the Gigantic spoils which the v took at Barcelona were two submarines left in dry Dock. And four War ships apparently Small ones such As armed trawlers. Nationalist communiques asserted also that they continue i to take Large numbers of prisoners an 1 deserters. And that they had trapped one loyalist column. A a a y t unidentified not far from the coast. Loyalist sources insist Ltd that italian troops were again in the Cata ionian offensive. According to the nationalists Only moors and spaniards Are in the fighting at present. The loyalist Cortes or parliament opened a session today at figuers to make plans for the future. Per cent Cut was approved almost from Moudy however. A eth one thing upon which everyone agreed was that the budget must in balanced a said sen. Walter s. Chambers. I. New Castle. Proposals discussed in addition to the reduce on in operating expenses wore 1. That a two cent to per package be places on clarets. This was i f a in i a to a nut two britons observe a Lih Vonni Versari had no in Bill Observance of the let a at their Home Northwest of b a in Bridge Charles Barnaby was elected a me Nib r of the Hoard of trustees of i Pauw University succeeding Charles Fairbanks. Samuel Holbert. Janitor at the pop Toffice. Went to Terre haute to attend the funeral of a relative. Mrs. Van Denman Thompson was ill with Neumon a Mark Rector a Well known former resident of Green Asme and the father of mrs. Pauline Mas in of this i City died tuesday at Spencer. The Rector family formerly resided on East Walnut Street. Survivors Are the widow on son. Floyd Rector at Home and three daughters. Mrs. Maston of the s City mrs. Anna Sheppard and mrs. Doris Dunn both of Spencer. Funeral services will be held thursday afternoon it 2 o clock from the Christian Church at testily for Lovern Ideiil had been assessed 10 percent of their wages for a politic Al Campaign Albuquerque. N. M feb 1 i i7p> the government a ailed a pro cession of spa work s today to testify that friends of senator Dennis Chavez had assess i them 10 percent of their wages for a political Campaign. They were testifying at the trial of Chavez a sister. Mrs. Anita Tafoya. His son in Law former assistant United states District attorney Stanley Miller and 33 others Churgel with conspiracy to Une spa Job a and funds for political Purpo a the witnesses said the 10 per cent Levy was assessed by the Rio Grande j social club which other witnesses had testified forced spa workers into its membership on penalty of losing their jobs. Walter Oglesby a clerk in the state welfare department and a former spa worker testified that the club was forme i to fight former gov. Clyde Tingley a proposed amendment to the a Fate Constitution which would have permitted officeholders three instead of two. Consecutive terms. Tingley and Chavez opposed one another on three state issues. Tingley lost them All. The government charged that spa jobs and resort a t but Louvil a a two or. And mrs. Glaser Britton at their Home Northwest of Bainbridge today Ai vary quietly observing the 54th anniversary of their marriage. There wan no Public Observance of the Day As neither of them is in Tho Best of health these Days. Last sunday their two daughters were with them with their husbands or and mrs. Albert Mcferran of i a m Antle and or. And a mrs. Ollie Broom living East of the intersection of state roads 36 to 43. It was in t it nature of a fan veil 1 i he latter couple As they leave next monday for the Vicinity of Kingman where they will be in partnership with or. It a formerly of Greencastle in the operation of a 400-acre farm. Last sunday was the anniversary also of the birth of mrs. Broom. Or. Britton formerly was Active in county government matters but has retired from All forms of responsibility. G g g g g g o g g g g g today a weather g g and g g local temperature g g g g g g g o g g g 0 rain in Central portion thursday generally fair colder in South Central and extreme West portions late to right much colder thursday Strong Brut East win is shifting to Northwest late tonight. Minimum. 33 6 a. A. 33 7 a. M. .w34 8 a. A. 36 9 a. A. 38 10 a. M. 40 11 i. A. 43 noon. 45 1 p. M48 2 p. A. 48
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