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Greencastle Daily Banner (Newspaper) - February 6, 1939, Greencastle, Indiana4<p the weather 4 Yin and colder a the daily banker a it Waves for ally t All the Home news 4 United press service 4 0 44 p Fouty seve Greencastle Indiana monday february6, 1039. No. 9g nation Purchase v be asked t i o m s t senators Hon to penetrate secrecy is leaderless Cron Rue conference state in ii four Point foreign policy n ton feb. 6.�? up a t senators threatened to nitrate the secrecy conceal ent Roosevelt a a off the Klana Tion of Why the United a cooperating with euro Ocra cies purchasing amering planes. Imp was leaderless and Assurance that Senate Mili airs committeemen who Roosevelt a explanation a their pledge to silence a resident s Stern charge of Talion on the part of a numbers of the House and cd newspaper owners was Echo when Congress met ate was not in session Fri or. Roosevelt said the to attributed to him a that the american defense o r on the Rhine had told rate Ratey proposed was for Litreal of foreign policy to military affairs committee scions about the secret conference. Some be Smittee members might v. Sion of the conference a secrecy pledge on the at they no longer could As non Sivility for popular if what transpired f them insisted they were to reconcile entirely or. Is conference statements Quot our Point a no foreign ent foreign policy he gave i papers at his Friday Eti nce. Republicans and a of democrats were do Kiclty. Am w. Johnson re a Cali United press that he plan be my share of the ques it is an 1 Sens. Bennett Clark a Erald p. Nye re a n. A. H. Has. Re a n. He a and Arthur Inberg re a mich., were inst foreign policy should he by revelation of at least of the information Given it tee men off the record. Jute were the explanation he committee at the White 1 the testimony taken pre the committee relating to France an l Purchase it a Type american fighting High Are said by Clark to developed specifically for a to the United states hate committee was unable to Quot decide but will consider Day whether to make pub a Simony it obtained from of Treasury Henry Mur lilt lie in piece Nurl or. Slutz to speak at Depauw Chapel or. Frank d. Slutz educational counseller and adviser for boys. W Lisp a at an extended Chapel service at Depauw University tuesday morning. The Chapel is scheduled to begin at 10 30 a. M. And will be held in Gobin memorial Church. It will be the first Chapel service of the new semester. Or. Slutz has appeared on the Depauw Campus several times in the last few years and is quite popular with the student body. His daughter Louise Slutz was graduated from Depauw in 1936 the program is being arranged As a part of National boy scout week c Leb rating the 29th anniversary of the boy scout movement. Or. Slutz will appear Here under the a Lustic s of Alpha Phi Omega National scouting fraternity and will be introduced by William Parks president of the Depauw chapter. Or. Slu z has announced his subject As Quot the Case for mass army Retreat is in Progress government has fled to safety of France after loyalist defeat menus club of Gobin chuch i to meet wednesday Catalonia province lost arms surrendered to French troops unconditional surrender will be accepted second semester begins at Depauw two changes made in faculty prof. Rackison to leave registration for Depauw University a second semester began today. Final examinations Over the first semesters work closed saturday and classroom work for the new term will begin tomorrow morning. The first Chapel of the new semester will be an extended one at which students will hear or. Frank d. Slutz of Dayton Ohio speak on a the Case for or. Slutz boys Consler is appearing Here As a Pirt of the National boy scout week program. Only two faculty changes occurred Between semesters. T. Carter Harrison associate professor of English resigned to take a place with the it Ducut ional department of Doubleday Doran publishing company of now York City. Prof. Harrison who has been a member of the Depauw faculty since 1931, win represent this company in the mid went. Or. Harrt non a be fill cd by Howard a Wilson formerly of new Harmony who is now a Graditi ate assistant at the University of Wisconsin working toward his pm. D. Degree. He was graduated from d f a Auw in 1934 with Phi Beta Kappa honors and received his m. A. Degree in 1937 from the state College in Washington. Miss Lucillle Calvert Assoc tax a professor of speech tos returned from a semester s leave of absence to resume h r work and m is Octav i frees who held that Post during the first semester will return to her Homo in new York. The splendid gain in enrolment marked by Depauw for the first semester will be reflected in the on Roll it figures for the second sem enter it was predicted by University administrative officers. Almost full t recent rain Walter reports Lake to have i of 42 feet at dam suggest Mcnutt resign from Post president said he should not engage in Campaign while drawing salary county a various new lakes Fly reaching the brim Fuji and Are prov no Happy r the Many thousands of h which have been planted Quot it ugh the interest in part warder Victor Walter Ana interest of the conserva of the county. Walter reports the Thomas a Ong the North Side of the a our Road bed just East of in Parke county line to be �?�1. As a result of the recent a ill have a depth of 42 feet Jet when filled and is now feet deep at that Point. It an area of almost 40 acres land owned by Frank s. Ter said also that the Lake Akers land near pleasant now full with a depth of 20 Vruth a Happy population of he also reported the body n the Isaac Skelton farm in Washington township has by the rank and it too is Tion of a multitude of e fish planted there spec Khz the interest of the Clov use ration club within Story it in located. Perpignan. French Spanish Frontier feb. 6.-�? it up the Spanish loyalist defeat in Catalonia became a debacle today. The Rich Provine was lost. The government and fled to the safety of France and the main body of the army began a mass Retreat Over the Frontier surrendering its arms to French troops. Fleets of loyalists fighting pianos landed at French airports. Long columns of artillery tanks and munition trains jostled retreating troops and civilian refugees on the crowded highways at the Frontier. There were persistent r ports that the Republican government sought an armistice. From nationalist territory came Back word that unconditional surrender alone would he accepted. Thousands of French troops along the Frontier were on War footing. They mounted Field guns and machine guns at commanding Points in the pyrenees. Ready to repel any nationalist encroachment. Fernan anti aircraft guns already had gone into action against approaching air planes which flew Over French territory. President Manuel Azana of the loyalist government was expected in Paris today of. R crossing the Frontier afoot yesterday. President lui3 company of the catalonian autonomous Republic entered France with All members of his gov rement. And it was announced that for the civil War was Over. Jose Antonio de Aguirre president of the Basque autonomous Republic Lik Wise arrived in France. Reports of loyalist efforts to arrange an armistice circulated persistently despite denials from authoritative sources. From the nationalists site however came the a Erse demand a there a re reports that Premier Juan Negrin and foreign minister Julio Alvarez Del Vayo had left by air plane for Valenc a and Madrid to organize the gov emm it anew and it Conelli Iima Ilmi a Nico in Wiiri the regular meeting of the menus club of Gabon memorial method St Church will be head wednesday. Fco Rumary 8 in Community Mil at 6 30 p. M. The dinner committee is offering an unusually at a Active menu. The speaker will b a l. Shackelford who is associated with the Indiana department of Publ welfare. His topic will be a welfare in or. Shack Lford has the reputation of being a splendid speaker and he plans to illustrate his talk with to Ion pictures. Robert Hahn. Welfare supervisor for Putnam and Adjoe Ning counties will introduce the speaker. The last meeting of the men j club was exceptionally Well attended and everyone enjoyed the splendid program. The meeting is open not Only to the men of the Church bushmen in the Community who would enjoy an evening of d rightful Fellowship with a Fine group of Fellows Are cordially invited. In order that the diner committee May know approximately How Many to provide for reservations should be made through the Church office or Charles Mccurry chairman of the committee. Ernest Collins president it a be in charge of the meeting. Assembly to consider two major issues finances and liquor to be dealt wits in second half of session study ten percent it liquor Bill would abolish state excise commission establish new hours plans Complete for poultry show three injured in unusual accidents mils. Ida Dreyer is fee iced a a Ninfi l Burns when stove exploded Washington. Feb. 6.�? up it a president Roosevelt was reported today on Good a authority to have suggested that Paul v. Mcnutt resign his position As High commissioner of the Philippines if he intends to Campaign actively for the democratic presidential nomination. Mcnutt is scheduled to leave Manila probably wednesday for the United states. The president was said to feel that Mcnutt should not engage in a political Campaign while drawing 118,000 a year As Island commission Mcnutt was reported unacceptable to or. Roosevelt As a presidential candidate although not to the Point that he actively would oppose his political aspirations. Mcnutt s advisers including Frank Mohale. His a Campaign feel that Mcnutt should defer his return to the United states until his presidential Boom is further developed it was understood. For that reason it was considered possible that Mcnutt might delay his scheduled sailing this week. He has planned to be in Washington by March 10 to report to the president on the far Eastern situation and to Survey his political chances. Three persons wore injured in unusual Acci Lento Over the week end. It was reported today. Mrs. Ida e. Dreyer East Columbia Street suffered painful Burns when a stove exploded in her Home. The Blaze ignited her clothing and she was severely burned about her shoulders and arms before the fire was extinguished. The blast occur red sunday evening. Jackie Vermillion son of or and mrs. John Vermillion of Clinton township sustained a fractured ankle sunday when he slipped and fell under the runner of a horse drawn sled. The youth is a Junior in Clinton Center High school. While at work in a downtown building today Hayard Vermillion son of or. And mrs. Mace Vermillion of this City the flooring gave Way and cause 1 him to fall. The Young Man suffered a fractured rib As result of the Accident. School to be held Friday in Assembly room of the court House plans have been completed for the Putnam county poultry school and egg show. This school will be held in the Assembly room of the court House at Greencastle Friday. February 10, commencing at 10 of clock in the morning and lasting until 3 30 in the afternoon with time out for the noon meal. Featured on the school program will be talks by w. P. Albright Extension Poult Ryman who will discuss a Chick feeding and management and also discuss a hatchery and flock owner the a a world a poultry Congress will be discussed by Fred Dietz of Center Point who is chairman of this District for its promotion. Mrs. Charles Knight will discuss a the benefits of record keeping to poultry flock entertainment will he furnished by the Greencastle High school choir under the direction of b. W. Berge Thon musical director. Classes in White and Brown eggs will be exhibited it one dozen eggs for each exhibit and very attractive prizes will be awarded by hatchery men and feed dealers of Putnam county. Condemnation suit in court Highway commission Slit arises from improvement of state Road 267 Indianapolis. Ind. Feb. 6. A up a liquor Law Bittle flared on the poor of the House today Over a proposal Ito name a joint Senate and House committee to draft a new liquor act for passage at this session. The move was Defeated by a voice vote and left the question of liquor Law revision As badly Angl d As Ever rep. George Wolf Peru i introduced a Resolution today calling for the Appo fitment of 12 members of the House. On from each Congress onal District and equally divided Between both purties to meet with a like committee from the Senate to draft an entirely new liquor Law it would replace the Republican sponsored measure now on s cond Reading in the House which has been attacked by both republicans and democrats. Mrs. Rose died saturday at Russellville miss. Minty Gill Rose. 70 years old form Ray a teacher in the russe Lvii e school died of her Home in Ladoga saturday afternoon. Dea h was caused by cancer. Mrs. Rose taught in the up Nam county school it after her graduation from the la Loga Normal school later taking charg1 of the millinery department of the Ashby amp Mills store in Ladoga in which own she resided until her death. Funeral s vices will he Heel tuesday of at 2 of clock in the Ladoga Christian Church Board met to consider appointments marriage licenses Waldo Woods i. H. C employee Fillmore and Lola Lisby at Home Fillmore. Richard h. Whelan postman Greencastle. And Lavere Singhurse at Home Greencastle. Commissioners in regular session have important docket before them Indianapolis. Ind. Feb. 6 up heading Down the second half of the 81st session Indiana a general Assembly this week is confronted by two major subjects finances Anil liquor. Trying to ave id an unbalanced budget in 1041, the state budget committee continued slicing away at proposed expenditures which still Are approximately $2.000.000 above the amount appropriated two years ago. The budget Bill is expected to be introduced late this week or Early next week after 10 per cent cuts in of rating expenses have been made for a number of departments. The immediate problem before budget committee members was whether to apply the 10 per cent Cut to employees of the state Highway commission. Operating budgets of a Tato benevolent charitable and penal institutions already have undergone the slice. Also receiving consideration of Fis 4fontiiiimmi on in Nur two Powers try to Stop hostilities and France maintain constant Contact regarding mediation suit is filed against county $200 damages asked for death of $150 English setter dog hit by truck Putnam county is made defendant in a suit for damaged which was filed saturday afternoon. It is a unique Cuse in that the ?2 m damages Are asked for the death of a $150 English setter dog. Which was killed in May 1037, by being run Over by a county owned truck according to the complaint. It is claimed that the dog. Owned by Henry Bond of Indianapolis was listed As personal property by its owner and taxes paid on it As such that on the Day it was killed it was accompanying t. C Bond father of the plaintiff on what is known As the Bond Road which is in North Washington township this county and that the county truck which killed it was being driven in an unlawful manner. It is said in the complaint that a claim was filed by the owner with the county commissioners for the death of the dog but that the claim was not allowed. A total of $200 is asked. Fred v. Thomas is attorney for the plaintiff. Professors to publish articles prof. Middleton and prof. Fay Are members of i e a i a psychology dept. Four applicants for nurse must appoint successor to Clarence Crosby As superintendent of infirmary the Complete Hoard of commissioners of put m county met this Forenoon for their regular february session in their room in the co Airt House with one of the most important dockets of the entire year before them. Come Isva. Owners William h. Kit Jorge built re fait and Edgar l. H a Are the members of the Board and i All wet present. In addition to the Long list of claims to in acted upon the commissioners h id before them the matter of county App ten ments. Including a successor to Clar Nee Crosby As superintendent of the county infirmary. Or. Crosby having resigned several months ago effective March 1 also a supervisor of the county Road system a custodian of the court House and a Matron for the women a rest rooms. The naming of a county nurse also on the program for this meeting of the commission is has aroused considerable interest in Advance. There were four or More applications before Tho Board. It is probable that the list of appointments will not be completed unil tomorrow. Also coming before the commissioners was the biting of a contract for the furnishing of sanitary supplies for the county. British train to la exhibited a Coronation Scott win be ferried across Atlantic arriving february is the Putnam county credit association will banquet in the presbyterian Church social Rooma his even ing. B g nning at 6 30 of clock. Youn it Bride is shot by husband jealousy Given As motive took own life by lying in front of train Louisville. Kyd a feb. 6. Up a police said today that jealousy apparently had been the motive that led John h. Hooper. 34. Unemployed to kill his 17-year-old Bride then take his own life by lying in front of a train. The couple had been married Only a month and the Bride. Irene had returned to her mothers Home last week. Yesterday Hooper went to the Home shot his Bride with a Shotgun and wounded her sister slightly. Then we went to the Railroad Yards stretched out on the tracks and was killed by a Chesapeake and Ohio freight train. The Calendar of the Putnam circuit court was reserved this morning for the hearing of the condemnation ult of the Indiana state Highway commission against Dorsey Ellis and others of Plainfield arising from the improvement of state Road 267 in that place. The plaintiff appears on the complaint As the slate of in Liana on the part of the attorney general but it is the Highway commission which is asking for the land. Attorneys for the plaintiff who were in court this morning ready for work were judge Caleb Lindsey from the office of the attorney general and for Ellis and the other defendants were Harney f. Semons and Edgar Blessing. From Danville Wyman j. Beckett of Indianapolis. A jury was asked in the Case and la Elln Iurii. two 20 years ago in Greencastle London. Feb. 6 it up it it was y id in a usually reliable Quarter today that Groat Britain and France were try no to arrange a cessation of hostilities in Spain. The two governments Are maintaining constant Contact regarding the pc Sibilio a of mediation it was Learned and British and French representatives consulted loyalist anti nationalist authorities regarding stops to prevent Furth r bloodshed. Reports were current in Parl a entail circles that Premier Juan Negrin of Republican Spain had aug a sted three Condit on for settlement of the War. They were 1. Elimination of foreigners Spain. 2. A plebiscite by the Spanish people to decide their future form of government. 3. No reprisals by either Side. Professors Paul Fay and Warren Middleton of the Depauw psychology department have Reed receive i notice that four of their research studies have been accepted for publication in psychological journals. Three of these article. S will appear in Aerial form in the journal of social psychology while the fourth one will be published by the journal of educational psychology. The Depauw professors report in these studies the results of their in Tensive research in the Field of attitude measurement in which an attempt was made to determine to what extent the social attitudes of College students May he classified either As Liberal or conservative. They administered to approximately halt of depauw�?T8 put Den a the five Thurston Scales for n a curing attitudes toward communism Law the Constitution labor unions and Cen worship. The scores on these tests were Cor m a Tiu ii in i tui in Wiiri hints and time savers featured in Banner Rookin it school Here feb. 20, 2, 22 when you attend the sessions of j is doing and Why it is b d to do it Evan Snyder was mustered out of the army service and returned Home. Willis Miller was named defendant in n $3.000 damage suit filed by a Bloomington Man for alleged injuries growing out of an automobile Accident. Or. And mrs. Eber Hamilton were sunday guests of William Newman and family at com stalk Valley. From Corn stalk Valley or. And mrs. Charles Rector entertained a few neighbors saturday evening. The red Cross sowing club met with mrs. Forest Mcnary. A from Somerset or. And mrs. Neal of hair were sunday visitors at Harry of hairs. The banners Happy Kitchen cooking school. Feb. 20. 21 and 22 in the Granada theatre done to do so expecting to hear about Only the party dishes. They will have their place of course but the main things you will Sec and hear Are the simple easy Little workaday hints and Tini Quot savers that create More pleasure and less Drudgery in the Kitchen. The Happy Kitchen cooking school sponsored by this newspaper and cooperating merchants will be conducted by mrs. Gertrude Burbank who is widely and favourably known throughout the South As an unquestioned authority on the subjects she discuss. Not Only is she thoroughly familiar with the problems of the House wife but she is Able to share her knowledge with others through her ability As a lecturer. Working in a Model Kitchen she will demonstrate her lectures step by step As she prepares various foods under the eyes of her audience meantime explaining just what she that Way. The Range of her lectures is Large and in them she will discuss such problems of the household As marketing budgeting preparation and y re ing of both Plain and fancy Foo. Short cuts to efficiency with Leris Drudgery and More fun in the Kitchen As Well As giving Many of her famous recipes. At the conclusion of each lecture any woman in the audience who has a particular problem that she wishes a to discuss with mrs. Burbank is Cor Greencastle residents and Putnam county Rural residents along either the big four or the Pennsylvania lines will have an Opportunity soon to see another crack flyer among great Britain a steam trains. The Royal Scot passed Over the Pennsylvania in 1933. Through Greencastle. This train is the a Coronation a streamline i articulated speeder from the London Midland and scottish railway. Its regular daily run is Between London and Glasgow. The train will be ferried across the Atlantic Ocean on the team ship be Pamela. Arriving at Baltimore february 13 and being Sci Luied to make exhibition runs Over seven trunk line railways of America. The itinerary of the. Train includes St is at Indianapolis and Terro haute Ami inasmuch As the big four system is named As one of the systems Over which the train will run it May be assumed that Road will be the one traversed in making the trip Between Indianapolis and Terre i saute. J the steamship Bol Punolia carrying the train sailed from South amp to it i january 23 and it is expected 20 Days will be acquired to make the trip across. The body of the train is painted a Silver he. And it has handsome exterior decorations. The crossing of the Atlantic by Thoft Pamela will Mark the 110th Anniv Rosary of the historic crossing by the first 1�?Tiitish locomotive. A the Stourbridge lion a which was in 1829 and ran Over the line Between Carbondale and Honesdale a. Built by the Delaware Hudson canal company. A Phis was the Start of american railroading. Cecil Brown has resumed his work at tin a ocal Post office after a recent illness. It $ a i i it o o a a a 5 Cut today a weather $ and 0 a local temperature 9 dually invited to remain and Lay the 0 Jujj Jug pfc $8 problem before the lecturer. There is no charge for admission end no obligation of any kind is incurred by attendance. The Happy Kitchen cooking school has been arranged for the convenience of the women of this Community with the thought that every woman will he beef ted by hearing Home Economy discussed by a practical woman who has gained her knowledge through experience with Over 100,000 other. House wives. I rain and colder tonight generally fair and colder. Tuesday. 37 6 a. A. .40 40 41 .41 10 a. A. 42 .42 12 noon. 41 1 p. M. 41 2 p. M
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