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Greencastle Daily Banner (Newspaper) - February 13, 1939, Greencastle, IndianaI weather a and cold the daily Banner a it Waves for ally All the Home news United press service @ i i i a v i i v .3 forty Indiana monday february 13, 1939. No. 102 Hdale i. Hurt Jav Accident an Young 16, is Ofin. And lbs. Koy Young to Hospital Here with Karl Todd Fordsville about 1 3� sunday in Young. 16. Daughter Roy Young Roach brought to the Putnam phial at Greencastle Early Nung. Suffering from be due to injury and to sex a a a fracture her left no a smash up the in which she was Riding Todd 19, Ciri words to 1 30 clock sunday i Point about 500 feet Roachdale town limits and 136. The couple were Roachdale. Headed a rat. 1 Young s companion to a Hospital at Craw in a very critical Condi sult the same Acci so so. Was suffering from also from head and in a Jirec who investigated the quoted As saying they Beta 1934 Ford Ert Jeh. East i the Highway on the North town the ditch at the Side approximately 300 feet a heels and struck the rc-,.f a Cement Culvert being a Small Stream and apparently went through proximately 30 feet after a he abutment. It landed ride a Fence with the left rely demolished and the buckled in the Center d muss Young Lay along peeked vehicle in sub Freez a from the time the a rred until the Roachdale id capacious mss about 4 went to a girl friends a she informed another okie Wysnt ,. Fat Intel har a Tho Accident. She Collar lately thereafter and was reveal any details the hurried to the scene lit and found Todd lying with his head about a 1 the Edge the writer in he turned the injured t and went to a nearby informed or. And mrs. Cell the Accident. Pur Erwood the n carried Todd i Ell Home where medical i ministered before he was the Culver Hospital in a ambulance. He was and the Hospital about 5 Lay morning. 1 youth had not renamed is at Midnight sunday d miss Young were in to Roach time the mishap. State Lames Gilliland and mar who assisted with the said the Light coach run try travelling at an exp rate Speed when it fell Way. Viewing the wreckage were determine the exact cause ident although some sex belief that Todd s left blow out causing Tho to Quot be control and for it to Shway on the North Side. A Nonam county Hosp Tal. No it was slated miss brought there about 6 n May morning by a Roach clan. In addition to the her Arm and Shock she my bruised. It was not Long she would be a a Hospital. It was express Ible bit the full extent Ries would not be known or. And lbs. Andy Cross daughter in wreck word has been received Here that or. And mrs. Andy l. Cross Roachdale. And daughter miss May y Ann Cross Tuscon Arizona with whom or. And mrs. Cross were visiting figured in an automobile a Cid it near that City on tuesday february 7. And All three have been in St. Merry s Hospital in Tuscon. Word received by another daughter. Mrs. J. V. Tobin Indianapolis indicates that the injured ones Are getting along n c by and expect to leave the Hospital some time this week. Or. And mrs. Cross went to Tucson from their Home in Road hide. A few weeks ago to spend the remainder the Winter with their daughter who teaches in the Arizona schools. Article outlines scout activities Hope that during coming year troops May be organized Eles where officials to my it with county nurse miss Friedman took Possession her office saturday has been redecorated Sci Siriotis rth noting ac4iiaiiit< i with other county township officials the following article is the first a series stones outling the activities boy scouts in Putnam co. At the present time there Are 8 scout troops in Putnam county. In addition there is a cub pack in Greencastle composed boys Between the Ages 9 and 12. Four troops Are located in Greencastle and the other troops Are at Bainbridge Fillmore Roachdale and Russellville. These Putnam county troops Are a part the boy scout organization known As the Wabash Valley Council including ajl the boy scouts in Putnam Clay Parke Sullivan and Vigo counties in Indiana and Clark and Edgar counties in Illinois. General Headquarters Are in Terre haute. Camp Krietenstein located in the Southwest Comer Putnam county is the boy scout Camp which serves All the boy scouts in these eight counties and which gives intensive training to hundreds boy scouts during each summer. During the past year the boy scouts have been Active in cooperating with other organizations in civic enterprises As Well As carrying on their own projects. To twee helped the american legion in con ducting the easter egg Hunt held in Robe Ann Park. They actively participated in the dedication the d. A. R. Cabin and the memorial program the Earl Fisk chapter the Spanish american War veterans. Boy scouts escorted and guarded the 150 children from the Ward schools to the theater and dinner party Given Christmas by the elks for underprivileged children. They cooperated in the Christmas welfare work the City by helping to collect and sort the foodstuffs that were received by inc Heaters in the place Cash admissions. Thy have attended the several patriotic meetings sponsored by the elks and the american legion. All this has been done a ostentatiously As a routine part their scout training and their sincere desire to be some real service to the Community. All the scouts in the county arc Given the Opportunity to participate it it noun Nuil on in Wol former student killed in crash miss Antoinette Friedman Putnam county s newly appointed county nurse took Possession saturday her office in the court House and today is meeting with the county health officer the City health officer. The county superintendent schools the City school superintendent and others with whom she Wal be More or less associated in carrying on her work. Miss Friedman expressed herself As very much pleased indeed with the office which the county com or a sinners assigned her. It is on the third floor the court House North Side. It is a room that was not needed for other uses Ami the commissioners had it redecorated the furniture re varnished. And the room otherwise Majde attractive for its new purpose. M is Friedman will use it More in the sense a Center for her various activities rather thin As an office in the usual sense inasmuch As her work will take her out Over the county most the time. Asked for some details her work miss Friedman asked to lie excused from replying to that query just now. As she is delirious becoming acquainted with other county township and City officials and others not necessarily in an official position before she even outlines her work. In general however it is known that she will in her work mingle with the people the county especially school children and with a most sympathetic a attitude. Tho Scarlet fever epidemic now existing in the county and the few cases smallpox with their possible spread to others not yet announced As patients. Will come under her care to some extent. Miss Friedman will receive any Telephone messages for her which Are sent to the office Frank Jarrell county superintendent schools Telephone 531. Miss Friedman at least temporarily. Will be in her office each morning from 8 to 9 o clock and later when she has effected the organization her work she says she May be Able to announce additional hours for meeting the people the county who Are interested in the work a county nurse for any reason. W Illiam Blum hard Farmers met at Fillmore today out town speakers were Howard a Kauffman and Carrie Perdue do. The Young Man who g the automobile which mashup and who was Hospital in Crawfordsville monday morning from Shannon Putnam county As called into the Case he in the Hospital Here to Lenco on which to base his Daniel Ragon was Harter member Del Auw University flying club Dan Al Ragon 22 years old a newspaper reporter Kenosha was. And a graduate Depauw univer Sty in the 1937 class. Died in in air plane crash on the Lake Michigan Shore 10 Milea Sou h Kenosha sunday. With him was David Anderson. 23 years old also Kenosha who died in the same Orack up. A gon and Andersen were licensed p lots and the plane in whose wreck the series township Farmers institutes being held in this county this week opened this afternoon with the gathering at Fillmore where the out town speakers were Howard a. Kauffman owner tin Indian Springs place not for from Martinsville and mrs. Cirrio Perdue Acton. These two speak at All the township institutes in the county this . This Forenoon at Fillmore or Kauffman spoke on a spiritual value agriculture a an inspirational address. He Dov Elope 1 the relationships Between god and the soil Man and the soil god Ami Man and Many a interdependence upon the soil and the work agriculture Quot a half As he expressed it. Or. Kauffman will speak on other to adjourn in tribute to late Pope attention scouts two budget every boy scout is urged to be action was most unusual As u. S. Has no relations with Vatican crowd to St Peter s Square w. G. Blanchard to manage concert former Greencastle is instructor in music at Pomona College Success Story for another Depauw University graduate is being written in California at Pomona College where William g. Blanchard is instructor in music and at present is a an Ngor an event making musical Lisl re in the West. g. Blanche is the son i r. William m. Blanchard Depauw University who j spending the Winter this year at Pasadena Calif. As manager the second annual All state intercollegiate band conference and concerts to be held at Pomona Fob Ruardy 2d 24 and 25, Blanchard is supervising an undertaking which has met with wide acclaim throughout the state. Travelling from now York City to conduct the 113 piece band the Best collegiate musicians in the state chosen by Blanchard will be or. Edwin Franko Goldman nationally famous Dean american ban masters. Goldman will rehearse the students with Blanchard s assistance for three Days and then present them in concert on saturday. February 25, in the afternoon and evening. Blanchard who conducts the band at Pomona Collego Ami teaches music courses and instrument playing graduated from Depauw and then attended the University Michigan to receive his master music degree. Heavy reinforcements troop called out to control tile crowd Washington. Feb 13. Up both houses Congress adjourned a few minutes after noon to Lay in tribute to the late Pope Pius i. Inc action was most unusual it being taken technically in respect for Tho head a foreign state. The Lateran treaty 1929 restored temporal Power Over vat5can City to the papacy but the United states does not have formal diplomatic relations with the Vatican. Present at the meeting the City count l tuesday evening at 7 30 clock 3,t the City Hall. Arrangements will be made for the boy scouts to take charge City affairs in Green Ca tie saturday. The entire City gov would appropriate approx emment and All offices Conn cited mately $8-1,800,000 for Bills to be intb0duced with it will be taken Over saturday by the boy scouts. Hospit a notes Drav 1939 ii biennium a i ate committee Elmer Hurst or. Succumbed sunday funeral services will be held tuesday it Knoon at Stilesville Elmer Hurst or. Age 65 years Well known Jefferson township Farmer. Died sunday morning at 6 clock at his Home South ast it. Meridian following an extended illness. Survivors Are the widow and three cd a Drin mrs. Edith it Good Maynard he rat and Roscoe Hurst. Funeral services Wil 1 be held tuesday afternoon at 2 o clock from the smiles Villa Baptist Church. Interment will to made in the St Sosville cemetery. Vatican City feb. 13. Up italians and foreigners from All Over the world crowded into St. Peters Square for the third Day today to pay homage to the body Pope Pius i As it Lay in the Chapel the blessed Sacrement St. Peters awaiting burial tomorrow in the cathedrals crypt. Heavy re inf Ore Menta troops were called out to control the crowd which yesterday broke through three cordons and wooden barricades to reach the doors. Rain Cut Down today a crowd but Vatican officials said that by noon fully 200.000 persons had filed past the Bier added to nearly 1.000,000 who viewed the body yesterday. The second the nine daily masses to be held for the Pope was read this morning at the Cathedral altar n a where the body 1 is by a Canon St. Peter s. The College cardinals met. As it will daily until a new Pope is elected to discuss arrangements for the burial tomorrow and for the elect in conclave. Prelates the apostolic chamber took authority Over the apostolic tribunal and prepared formally to destroy the Seal the late pop a the Symbol his authority. Cardinals meet no yesterday decided that the Pope would be buried at 4 p. M. Tomorrow in the crypt St. Peters which he had selected himself besides the remains his predecessors. Benedict Xiv and Pius x. It was decked also that the formal conclave which is to elect a new Pope would meet not before february 26 nor later than March 1. Previously it had been announced that the conclave would be held when All cardinals who had sent word their departure for Rome had arrived however. The conclave must be held within 18 Days a Pope s death and there was some question whether Copello Argentina and Cardinal Lenie Brazil could attend. Ltd Iii Lii Al a nil Nult two governor to deliver or Reo Nal Bud or m a g. To joint sri mrs. Bessie Finney Cloverda e Sion tomorrow was admitted to the county h spa Al _ monday for treatment. Indianapolis ind. Feb. 13.�? Fred Parks returned to his Homo up two it j budget Bills Call sunday from the Hospital. Ing for total appropriation a Gerald Bruce left the Hosp Tal Mon proximately $84.800 000 for Opert Day. Ing state government during the mrs. Henry Vaughan is improving 1939-41 biennium were to be Intro at the Hospital. Tuned today in the Indiana leg Sla mrs. Anna to Aglid is reported tur. Improving at the Hospital. _ drawn by the state budget committee. The measures recommend expenditure approximately $3.740.000 More than was appropriated two or irs ago for that current biennial period. Included in the measures is an allocation about $3,000000 in Federal funds for operating the unemployment compensation division leaving a total state expenditure about $81.490.000. Budget committee members sex the United states Navy began its planned that although the Cost an annl Maneu vers today with the rating this department is paid by greatest peace time Cone titration the fed ral government it must to Navy begins its j Quot annual Maneu vers greatest peace time on ent ration fighting strength. Washington feb. 13up fighting strength in the carib can sea. It. Will be the first time since 1924 that Maneu vers have been Hel l in the Atlantic. They will be significant because observers believe that they will go far toward determining the potential effectiveness the ability the Navy to patrol the Western world in accordance with president Roosevelt s newly projected Continental defense program. Budgeted by the state which operates the Agency under supervision Federal authorities. Gov m. Clifford Townsend has announced h will deliver a personal budget message to a joint session the House and Senate and his and dry h8 probably will be made tomorrow afternoon. He studied the budget commit e s report Over the week end. This report informed him that expenditures the 1937 legislature and last summer s special session have so Deer ased the state Treasury balance that on june 30, 1941, the figure will have been reduced to $1. Involved in the naval War games will be 140 ships including All this country a battleships 58,000 en-1 listed men. 3,000 officers and 600 planes. Fighting ships participating 922,648. Will include 12 heavy battleships 9 the committee suggested several Light cruisers 60 destroyers 16 heavy nie>h0lis by which the state s Rev scouting cruisers 14 training Battle nuo mint be enclosed and townships and 12 training a destroyers. Send was expected to mention them a Fleet problem 20.�?� the tactical in his address. He has indicated the Riddle which the Navy will attempt ast few however that he Beto solve involves separation the Lioves the state s finances can be Fleet into two groups the a Black a and kept on an even Keti without any the a a White Fleet. The Black Fleet will new or increase. Taxes. Committee suggestions for increasing state Revenue were 1. Raise the taxes on liquor. Marriage License. Albert Franklin Bassett Farmer. Coatesville anti Eva Merle Staggs at Home Greencastle. R. R. 1. James Henry k Udall. Farmer. Greencastle r. R. 2, and Waneta swim at Horny Brazil r. R. 3. Added indictments returned by jury also Reti knew scorching Herkt state Board accounts defend the Panama canal ag\in3t attempts by the White Fleet to penetrate defences. The War games will continue for three weeks. War time secrecy surrounds plans each a fleets newspaper men being barred from the area. President Roosevelt tentatively planning a Caribbean cruise beginning the end this week May see some the Maneu vers from the Tluck the Cruiser Houston the attacking Force will be commanded by Admiral e. C. Kalbfus the defenders by vice Admiral a lol plus Andrews. Kalbfus will simulate an attempt by a european Power t 2. Levy a tax on sign rets and to h Nulli Tiec a in i Liu it twin father 01 Loral resident is dead s Hovav , age to a Dies at Auburn foil Loyying Brief illness w it d Vav y r Elvod Here today that Charles Hrvey Hanna father Sam Hanna this City died shortly be Stablish a Baso in the. Western hem m night last might at his Home Auburn. New Albany. Ind., feb. 13. A up a Floyd county grand jury today returned additional secret indictments in Tho shortage $128.117 in the county treasurer s office it also returned a scorching report against the state Board accounts. Asserting the Board and Ducal Lav Sphore As the starting Point for an attack on the Panama canal. Fire school to la a held tuesday general let in it ii to attend meeting to fire department building Harry Ragsdale chief the enforcement offic is Wero Quot Gran to own Natl Firo department b s or age they were killer a hut recent Yenh hot to other s tie by been Blu Fht by Ragon. It was a racing Model. A witness said the plane circlet at an Altitude 500 feet then got out control and Dove downward into the ice. Smashing it. Flames burst from it instantly. The bodies occident occurred in put-1 Tho two Young men were burned y. He went to Roachdale Ragon became an enthusiast Ornsville and interviewed plane flying while he was yet in de Pauw. He was a charter member o. The Depauw University flying club founded in 1935. He along with Robt. Oxnam son by hop g. Bromley on him some other students secured the granting a course instruction in flying at Depauw. He was a member Sigma Delta Chi professional journal so fraternity and the Delta Kappa Epsilon greek letter fraternity. Shannon r turned at a Fords due and Roachdale had Secu de the available e stated the Dorth the was caused by a fracture Obra. Nor stated he will hold a Best probably tuesday. Week. Mrs. Perdue who is Well known in farm women a Ami farm youth activities in the Futato will have interesting subjects she was president Tho state Home economics association an i has spoken at Many National gatherings farm women. The Jefferson township Farmers Institute will be held All Day wednesday february 15. The morning session will begin at 10 o clock. Howard a. Kauffman Martinsville will sneak on a Quality Farmers and mrs. Calvin Perdue Aeton will speak on laugh Ami the world laughs with Quot you a there will be two attendance prizes. A pitch in dinner will be served i Outi uus l us in Tiff two Negl gent the grand jury Sai i to teamed Quot the chief examiner paid no attention to reports Field examiners and that both the chief exam Iner Rand Field examine is we a not even familiar with the Law press Rah among those on the Honor Roll at a for the operation their departure High school were Edna w St or it Quot. Philip Maxwell juniors cd Mel a Al 20 years to in Greencastle revived Ward from Cena Smth. So Ato fire Marshall that the regular state a Gioimo fire school w 11 to held in this City tuesday evening. F Briary 14, at 7 30 o clock. Tho Well known Auburn resident suffered an attack thursday and his Doah i to sunday came its a sudden Shock to his wid a Circle friends n i members it it his family. Or. Han a w is so a rotary the Auburn rubber co. H a had resided in Auburn most his Lif Ltd and had been Jav Nirve Nutly identify i with business inter St in that City for Many years. H was 68 years old or. Hanna hid visited in Gro Castile Many Timos and had Many friends Here. M and mrs. Sam Hanna went to Auburn to Tei Lay and were at the b Dsida or. Hanna s father when to passed away. Besides the son in this City other Surv Vors include Tho w Dow one a laughter mrs Lester Richardson Auburn Throe grandchildren Lila and Danny Hanna this City and Ion. Cona Brothers Sophomore a Ace Mcgoughey. Freshman Flo w warn to it Cosgrove we to Ostifin 1 before Tho jury previously headed Tho Board. H resigned seve Al or. Smith says a an inti re no v program b s been work d out by Iho Richardson Auburn Indiana firemen s ass Ciati nor hem ind Ana industrln1 and in Unter As oblation five chef s a among the guests Harold now months ago. Two the Field it. Star bask team Forward at a in cars Joshu i t. Crandy a. Now Al panty at his Homo were Pearl Gib Bany and Claude m Gladden. Scotts son Lillian Daniels Thelma Kessler Burg wore indicted by a former Jacob flirt. Ray Michaels. Buoy grand jury on charges being Acracia 11 on and Jpn do University and it will be in charge Emmet t All the 1c ,.h1 firemen Are a a sked to do is to provide a place for the meet a it a o o o o amp o 0 0 today a weather 0 b and 0 amp local temperature 0 0 0 0 0 o 0 0 0 0 0 Incio fing c1-�?� i or Ari l con Lnu Wright in wis Hurt. Cornelia Allen. Cd Sporles to the embezzlement they ing. Mrs. Clay Bro he s and miss Bro Are awaiting trial. In add tron to a demonstration pm tempera ure tonight tues liars gave a musical program at. Identity oif the persons indicted modern fire fighting a sound to Jav rain it renew and colder. The m eng the twentieth Cen yesterday will not be made known tion picture will a shown. Tury club at the Home mrs. J. Pend no their arrest. Cloverdale Bainbridge and Roa Ojo Courtney. I meanwhile. Form r treasurer Dale and the Indiano state farm will Frank a Hoppenjon is preparing a he asked to Send representatives to defense for his second trial in March the meeting and. In addition the his first trial several months ago general Puhl c is most cordially in Section i the Christian Church met with miss Laura Watson North a Dickson Street. Clarence Vestal received word that is ran George was wounded in France hut halt recovered. Elmer Vancleave returned from u visit with friends at Rockport. Ended when the jury reported they were Quot hopelessly the shortage was revealed with cited to attend. The meeting will be held in the ure department building where ipe the suicide Deputy treasurer to rial preparations will be to de to a i Bert a. Liest. 1 commodare the audience. 3434 34 39 42 46 49 noon. 50 1 p. Or. A. 51 2 p. M.-. 61 minimum 6 a. M. 7 a. M. 8 a. M. 9 a. In 10 a. M. 11 a. M
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