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Greencastle Daily Banner (Newspaper) - February 4, 1939, Greencastle, IndianaWeather tel warmer a the daily Banner _ a it Waves for ally r t t t t 4 my the Home news 4 4 United press service 4 0 444 4 44 4 0 a forty seven urk exc Asije Indiana sat Day february 4, 1939 no. 95 a Pek uses for hypocrisy i Zeitung asserted l l v rested on in Kment to War of denies claim did not comment on a Iosim press conference statement Eoli. 4 1 up it a refusing Roosevelt s Deli asserted the United him must henceforth be the key newspaper Nau a of Essen personal Ori i marshal Hermann Cloern a a and right hand Man i lit i i charged him today Cal hypocrisy newspapers generally did comment on the Presl to in it at a White House a but the National of a Rii a that even if he did w i is attributed to him Ani Ricas strategic from As i train that his policy incitement to War. Or Roosevelt s anti peace t the Senate military of Nitti it was a considerable said the newspaper a this aim Universal indignation due curiosity in the history m hypocrisy. It was one of official acts of the american which arrogance and rewire lacking. Apparently scared opposition never a fore at Home Hail risen in Germany and Italy had with relentless outspoken to seems also that London government chiefs were Lihue with the America War cry than the blood position. Roosevelt certainly did not reaction when five Days it it i to sabotage the of Adolf Hitler s Reich Stag e iras never been Lucky in reign affairs. Ree Days the american Liri Zed details of this meet three Days new revelations i led by the certainly not termed opposition senators Quot Hen the very powerful of the Senate committee it ended publication of his rss Uge did or. Roosevelt earful poor denial. He Clis thing. He merely Retreat unable to change exist because even if he did not Piv Sion that the american the Rhine we know Well i its on incitement to War. Roosevelt regards French ish territory As a War Buse to deliver air planes and if materials. This is his and it is to be reckoned a thankful for one Good i information which resulted curious defense action it the american people i incitement still think so and soberly that the War Leiden to had to disclaim his i he last i papers based their head i Riller reports of the Situa the president denied the it attributed to him. Depauw students to broadcast sunday Depauw will be on the air Over was Chicago. Sunday morning from 10 to 10 30 of clock. Two seniors. Wen Lel Martin and William culican Bryant will debate Chicago Kent College of Law on the question Quot resolved that the United states should cease to assist on the open door pol by in the far Depauw will debate the negative. Auditors Are invited to in their decisions to the radio station. Saws found in wrecking jail Hacksaw with a a Inch Blade and 2-Inch Nickle plate handle found the men working on the wrecking of the old Putnam county jail and the removal of the debris Are finding some unexpected things As they work which suggest that in the Many years the jail was in habitation for More or less Long periods of hundreds of criminals and other male factors some of them at least became frantic at the prospects ahead of them and made desperate efforts to get out. Some of these efforts were successful Story tells us. Out that there were plans for yet other efforts is indicated by some of the things foun v one of the men working under Oam Henry a Foreman ship found the neatest Little Hacksaw imaginable a factory made tool. It has a two Inch Blade and a two Inch handle the latter Nickle plated and the thing really cuts Metal which of course it was intended to do. The present Sharpness of the Teeth on the Blade is indication however that it was not a rally used for a serious Job. L in other however which is a make shift but is a Clever one is a Metal cutting saw made from a Silver plated table knife probably sent in to some prisoner with some meal. The Teeth on this tool have a backward Quot hang a however leaning toward the handle instead of toward the tip of Cue made and made to Cut on a draw stroke instead of a thrusting stroke. The Teeth Are Cut with a file with Beautiful exactness and it is evident a trained Mechanic did the Job. It too has no indication of hard use. Various other Freak saw Blades were found also. Another Little thin act of utilitarian use is a door key made from a tin tobacco can. In some unexplained manner the artist Laid three thicknesses of the tin upon one another so firmly and exactly that he was Able to work them As one thickness but the three superimposed one upon another have sufficient thickness to provide the needed stiffness. end of this makeshift key is shaped carefully and this tool maj have been used with Success. Not Many if any residing in this county now recall the picturesque Effort made by a desperate and resourceful prisoner in an Early Day to escape from this late Structure. It was not successful because the Man did not have time to Complete the tedious operation but he certain a in two my %. A. Pt33 automobile and truck involved in collision leaders to continue to sell planes miss Waneta Guen Holtz of Putnamville employed in the Greengas a tie production credit association of fice in this City suffered injuries of a minor nature Early today in an automobile truck Coli six non state Road 43. T miss Gruenholz was driving to work on the Highway South of town when a truck in front of her Auto to Reid Mobile made a left turn without a a a warning to cause the crash. The Quot equal balancing of military Guen Holtz machine was badly dam pm. R on bulwark against aged. I War miss Guen Holtzm a injuries did not prevent her from taking up her Dut administration to co operate with european Demock \c1es v is restated ies at the local of fice. Expect revision 01 Cross income City Ril death death and desolation stalk nand in hand through the ruined streets of chilian. Chile where More than 15.000 were killed during the recent earthquake. These survivors their Homes destroyed. Have set up temporary shelters in the debris filled streets. Suffering among survivors is intense and there is grave danger of epidemics. Meanwhile the Volcano Antico dormant for two centuries Lias started to erupt. Iss two suits a i not Sutherlin explosion occurs in plane Faetz a causes it a tilt terrorist Campaign spreading to defense Industry. J. Mcfarland succumbed Friday services will be Willd is Day afternoon it the met i Kry funeral Home i i s filed in Marion a Atvin violation of a statute a suits for damages for false filed in the Marion Superior court against John Jilin a sheriff last year Rii dismissed through the Ini of James amp Allee atom or. Sutherlin. Ain tiffs were Donald Crosby j Mccloud of a Jackson town were brought to the put fity jail for investigation by lice officers and kept in the against them. In an sued for $5.000 Damag Lse imprisonment. The suits in Marion county court in of a statute. J. H. James hich requires suits for dam inst Public officials involve action of duty acting in Icia capacity to be filed in a which the officers $37,500 received by county unemployed 700 of the payments represent partial benefits i King last 40 weeks it is stated by h. W. Talbott manager of the Indiana workmen a compensation service in the District which includes Putnam county that during the last 40 weeks Quot Putnam county res dents have received 3,550 checks for a total of $37.500, with 760 of the payments representing partial benefits. Quot average checks for beneficiaries working part time have been $6.96 in Putnam or. Talbott said. Quot Putnam claimants have had 21.3 per cent partial Benefit weeks with High of 31. Per cent in june and Low custody on instructions of 138 a december these Putnam a late officers the sheriff i a a Jires contrast with a statewide a even and a half Days when a lbs of 20 4 in june and 161 in released and no affidavit december. The statement of or Talbott does not give the number of persons in the county who have received these checks but that number is very inaccurately reflected by the number of checks distributed because the greater part of the recipients received a Check every Day. A comparatively Small number of persons thus absorb he the greater part of the Nientsu. London. Feb. 4. 4 up an explosion and fire in an air plane Span parts factory caused fears today that an Quot Irish Republican army Quot terrorist Campaign had spread to the National defense Industry. As Scotland Yard after mobilizing All its vast resources investigated bomb explosions in two l Ndon subway stations there was an explosion at 4 p. M. Today in a Rheostat factory engaged in making Small parts for air planes the Royal air Force sorely needs at Slough two and a half Miles from King Georges historic Windsor Castle. Whether or not the explosion was a a i flashed through shed after shed. Within an hour the Blaze was so fierce an urgent Call was sent for fire fighting reinforcements. Scotland Yard executives and officials of the Home office in chair of police All Over the country hastened to the factory. Reinforced patrols guarded All Public utilities. Railroads Assisi in special guards to stations Pari it i ally baggage rooms and to a relic is and freight Sheds. The cent electricity Hoard took special r cautions to safeguard its net re of Power station and grids. Wat i Supply Gas and electric Compaq and units of the new air raid pm nations organizations were adv i to stand by in Case they were needed to Aid firemen. All these organizations have experts and apparatus to d d with incendiary bombs. More than 100 picked Scotland Yard men specially armed spent the night raiding Irish populated areas of London seeking bombs and us posted bombs. All squads carried warrants authorizing them to search houses of known Quot Irish Republican army sympathizers. The reason Scotland Yard mobilized the entire police Force after to a a subway explosions was made known today it was suspected that Large supplies of explosives were missing from factories and that the explosions might assume a National Seal it a a pm a tto it William j. Mcfarland age about 69 years Well known resident of this City who resided on Lincoln Avenue died Friday evening at 6 of clock at the Putnam county Hospital following a two weeks illness or. Mcfarland was a member of the presbyterian Church where he was employed As custodian. Survivors Are the widow mrs. Daisy Mcfarland two laughters miss Crystal Mcfarland of Indianapolis and miss Alma Mcfarland of Chicago three Sisters mrs. Wallace Demoss of Greensburg mrs. Anna Worland of Shelby Llly and mrs. Emma Bash of Elkhart. Troops repel russian a tracks eight c i Sites olt i Kali Between japanese and russians on Frontier merchants look upon two suggested measures with favor Indianapolis. Feb. 4. Early action by the House on one or More a of several Bills calling for revisions and would be non of the Gross income tax Law was sex Pittman d., nev., peeled from the Indiana general Asj Wembly. Before a sub committee of the House ways an 1 Means committe. With the Prospect of an Early report to the full committee were two Bills providing for a reduction of the tax i on retail merchants from one to one half of one percent and a Cut in the exemption from $3.000 to $1.000. Both measures arc looked upon with 1 favor by merchants generally Over the state and comment about the state House was to the effect that the sub committee would recommend \ favourable action on one of these Tokyo. Feb. 4 a up eight clashes have occurred Between japanese and russian troops on the Manchu Kuo Liberia Frontier within the last four Days a dispatch Ltd the automotive Domet news Agency said today j measures or perhaps a consolidation an i it was feared that another period of of dangerous tension was in Prospect fortified by a statement by a the dome dispatch was from Jackson director of the Gross income sinking. Capital of Manchukuo. It a division before a hearing on the reported that japanese Manchu Kuan Rev i on proposals that sixty per troops had repelled five russian Cen for 1,10 rat a i merchants of the Frontier attacks tuesday and that United states arc operating at a loss according to news from Harbin three More clashes caused by russian attacks occurred yesterday. Presumably the attacks which funeral services will be held Sun were alleged to have occurred on a y afternoon at 2 30 of clock from tuesday were those about which rus the Mccurry funeral Home in charge of the Rev. V. L. Raphael. Interment will be made in Forest Hill cemetery. Friends May Call at the Mccurry funeral Home. Sia and Japan already have made diplomatic counter charges. Dom i today place 1 these clashes As 60 Miles Northeast of Manchu i which would 1 0 on the Northwest Side of Manchukuo. Ral i. O. O. F. Notice e Fillmore i. O. O. F i to inc no. 798 will Confer the second degree at Clayton monday night. Feb. 6 on a class of three candidates. All of the Fillmore members Are urged to make the trip. They will la ave the Fillmore Hall at 6 15 of clock. Or. And mis. Gerald Handy have n turned to Nazareth pa., alter visiting Here with friends Ani relatives for the last month. C inc fit it Hurt notes Laura e. Hamilton is. The Pennsylvania rail Roa i company damages defendant Railroad company has made a general denial of Ull the allegations made by the plaintiff. State sex in i Laurence f. Sullivan auditor of state is. The Green Cas tie water works company on account the plaintiff is ruled to reply to Aff Ima Tive answers or defendants Alexander. Edwards and perk by february 10. Supporters of the propose i Cut in the retail merchants rate prepared a Ull tonal data on the in Indiana for presentation to the legislate ref. Basing their arguments on r ports Conci Mittl i in ii be two Hills introduced by Ken. Richards Quot Quot 1. Names of sen Day school members in 1867 inscribed in old Bible joint representative from Putnam and Owen backs additional my Seres representative Richards of tic Coburg joint representative from Owen and Putnam counties has introduced two additional Bills in the legislature which Are h. B. 342 a Richards it regulator Sale and advertising of appliances for prevention of venereal disease. Sutill Cense fees for manufacturers an i wholesalers at $50 a year and retailers $2 a year. Penalty for violation maximum Fine $100 an i maximum imprisonment 90 Days or both. To a administered by stat a Board of Washington feb. 4. Up a despite dive interpretations of president Roosevelt a foreign policy there w. Every indication today that the administration would continue to co operate with european Urcino crazies King to buy fighting planes on the american Market. In silent Roosevelt restated his foreign policy yesterday in four Points. No Point conflicted with continued co operation with potential customer. For Anie rican Maje planes so Long As they Cash. On the contrary he said there had been no change in his foreign policy chairman key of the Senate foreign relations committee chosen by the president to convey his press conference remarks to the Senate subsequently issued a statement which said that an Quot equal balancing of military Power in Europe was the Only bulwark against world War. Mrs. Roosevelt a newspaper column Quot my defended plane sales to France saying that France was a natural customer for american fighting planes because she could produce Only 100 Craft a month while Germany was building 1.000. The published 1 statements that he had bold Senate military affairs committeemen the american defense line now was on the Rhine or in Fiance. Or. Roosevelt characterized a a deliberate he told his press conference he did not doubt the statement had been made to reporters by some person professing to know what had transpired at the committee conference and suggested that produce the Quot boobs who had misled them. But confusion about what has been said in the secret conference continues to prevail Here because senators themselves disagree on what they heard and on the extent to which or. Roosevelt a policy restatement covered the ground gone Over while the committee was at the Louse tuesday. A canvass of members obtained conflicting versions some of which still continued references to France and great Britain. The Percsi Lent and a group of senators were headed toward showdown on foreign policy Ami publicity of secret discussion of armaments sales to european democracies. 20 years a Quot of in greenca8ti.e or. Ami mrs. Howard Doan an 1 Little daughter Virginia Carolyn o Crawfordsville vis Tod mis. Doan s parents. Miss Ruth Stewart was a guest of Brazil friends. In a High school play members of the cast were James Zeis Cena Brothers. Philip Maxwell and Edna West. Harold Talbott of the High school basketball squad was ill with the mumps. S. C. Savers had the flu. Jennie Gardner was w. M. Of the Greencastle chapter. O. E. S. Or. And mrs. Robert Pierce were in Indianapolis. Mrs. Will Kocher entertained the ladies of the West Section of the a Bible now in thi Possession of the Rcv. V. L. Raphael a treasured by him. Came to him from or. And mrs. Benton Curtis and they had it hum the former s Mother. Mrs. Myra Cuitti Quot. Who. In her turn received it from the estate of Hei relatives. Or. And mrs. John Jennings. To this most estimable couple it was a Christmas gift in tile year 1hi.7 from the members of the sunday school of the first presbyterian Church of Greencastle Presenal 1 As n testimonial of the fact that or. An i mrs. Jennings instituted that Sabbath school. The interest to readers of the Dally Banner of lot Lav la that there is inscribed a Roll of the members of that sunday school in the year the Book was presented and All but a very few of the names in that list Are family names in Greencastle now or Are relatives or else Are those of persons Well remembered by others now living Here. The Complete list is As follows copied As accurately As possible from the script Myra colliding. Anna Milligan. May Rossiti a Ella Jones. Mrs. Hannah Claypool Frank Milligan Charlie Hammond Eddie Cookerly. Gus Tyvus Verneke. Walter Whitworth. Millie Cookerly. Millie Detrick. De Wari Buffington. George Hathaway miss Ella Chapin. Mariah Stevenson. Eva. Smock. Ella Ragan. Flora Turman. Dora Cookerly. R. W. Jones. W. Stevenson. Charlie Jones. Charlie liar los Schmidt passed was Fri. I Fanny r it Sorci Ida Hathaway. Adda colliding Alice Applegate Lucy Mcginnis. Anna Claypool Alice Smock. Hattie Rossiter Bril Lane Bell Werneke Eliza Converse Ida Black Kiln Black. Mary Chapin Chauncey Hammond. Eugene Hawkins Jesse Lewman Charles Werneke r. Applegate. Miss enu iia ice Fanny Lee Millie Duncan. George Perkins Frank Perkins. Miss Alica Chapin. Alice Werenko a Arrie Buffington. Alice Knight. A lira Chapin. Bet tie Graham Emma White. Sallie Newton mrs. Mary Hathaway Gertrude Hawkins. Helen Hathaway Matilda Kidder. Myra Bulger Lucinda Smock. H. Rossiter James Shields. James Buffington. Eliza Daggy Jose pharmacy. State Medicine and Public health. H. B. 343 Richards a provide for county local option elect on at periods of two year intervals upon petition of 10 per cent of the voter. Jenny Ragan. Ahe a the vote cast for Secretary a of state in the county in the preceding election. Public morals. By. I of r Ali leg k a ill Ope rat or ii a 1,1 y de Here for fourteen years pre by irian Church. A from Center Fred ror Ziter w. Jones John Buffington Johns opened his sugar Camp. Mrs. Sarah Hawkins. Mary Steven conservation c dinner is planned Quot sportsman a dinner to by held Monda i to High school Gymn Hii m the annual Quot sportsman a dinner Charles Schmidt age 59 years a lied late Friday at his Home in the Lames apartments Comer of Jackson and Poplar streets death was believed to be due to heart disease. Or Schmidt had been a Telegraph operator for the big four Railroad a or about 35 years. He had been a resident of Greencastle for 14 years. Survivors arc his Mother three i others anti two Sisters i us wife preceded him in death in 1932. Funeral services will be held from the masonic Temple at 9 45 of clock sunday morning. The Rev. V. L. Rahpael and the masons will have charge of the services. The body will be taken to Pana. 111., where further vices will to held monday afternoon at 2 of clock from the Kirkpatrick funeral Home. Son Joseph Woods. George Woods. Jas. D. Stevenson Kitty Stevenson. Sallie r. Chapin. Miss Cookerley. Libby Coates mrs. Mary Stevenson. Lida Detrick. Edith Daggy. Henry Rossiter. Jacob Kiefer Sherman Hammond. Katie Hammond Homer Ragan. Nellie Applegate. Mary a High school gymnasium Legate Eddie Whitworth Oscar february 6th. 6 30 p. Werneke David Stevenson. Charles Cipi ent of a Carl is asked on his the Putnam county Connei Button club each year will this year be held monday evening cards have been sent out and on them is this Quot Here it is. What you have been waiting for. Bring a Friend. Sportsman a dinner and entertainment. Monday each re in funeral Home. Detrick. Jennie Perkins. Minnie citation to bring a dish of food. Knight. Luela Knotts. Emma Kiefer.1 these annual gatherings of county Maggie Kiefer. Topsy Secrest. Mrs. I spor Umen have been the one Occa Garah Chapin. Rev. Jno. Chapin o Sion of the year locally when our m. Hensley. Sophia Newton. Myrtle Hunters and fishermen and trappers Chappie John Williams George can get together on in occasion de Daggy. Edith Whitworth. John r voted in particular to their entertain Mahan. Lucius Chapin aupt., Thos. Ment. The programs always Are c. Hammond. I Good. @ @ o @ @ @ o to a today a weather 49 amp and 0 a local temperature <9 fair saturday and sunday slowly rising temperature sunday and in Northwest portion saturday. Minimum. 17 6 a. In. 17 7 a. A. 17 8 a. A. A a 9 a. A. ___________________________23 10 a. A. 27 11 a. M. 27
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