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Greencastle Daily Banner (Newspaper) - February 14, 1939, Greencastle, IndianaA. A a a a a 0 k weather and cold 0 the daily d Anne 15 at Waves for ally 0 a a -1 a i All tiie Home news a a i Tel press service Jutt lican Joh Bill ses House k stats broke rank noted with the is i Blicaus in favor of Bill cum Iki spoke before 5sion of House and Senate it Olls. Feb. 14 up a a House of represent sell the Republican liquor proposals to clip the ver of the governor the plea of gov. Town aft Era on in a sur Ana on the budget Bill Ray in the broke ranks and republicans As the which provides for the importer system and ration of liquor Laws by commission of four used 55 to 42. The Bill goes to the democratic does away with limit number of Beer whole state and divides the Only Between the two Republican measures i part of the program to Mcnutt reorganization and providing for a of the state securities i by the Secretary of i of by the governor 46. The other would Secretary of state ire and superintend lir instruction the right heir own employees. This by the governor. This 51 to 47. Both votes strict party lines. Townsend in his speech t session of the House apparently tried to anticipated attack by in the proposed $84.-et for the 1939-41 by 1 o it that departmental lots had been a scaled 4 000 and also that of the budget was to be local units of govern explained the fact out increased welfare higher costs of opera a locational institutes nor urged that proposed i Tiona be curbed and Lief that if this were get could he balanced ing new taxes n was introduced several rep. Robert Hoover Goshen ordering the gov Nish a list of state pm a res and amount of of enter by the state was Ste Day. The previous iving the governor Only Ever was officially pro and therefore brought lie new deadline was set amendment to the state y removing the Section r election of the superin Public instruction failed Ion time to receive a is majority in the Senate i passed a Bill providing a Ages and hours Law and minimum wage of 25 or. The Bill would prostate business about the aliens now provided for Emmerce by the Federal Sam Hannah a Kook store to be closed wednesday Greencastle Indiana february 14, 1939 no. In enter school sent senior Plav class of the Clinton school will present a professor Pepp Quot at the ing on thursday and Frt by 18 and 19. Of characters is As Fol Susor Peterkin Pepp Wil or. C. B. Button Buster Ilion Howard Green to Sim Batty William Ray Dler Benson Floyd Wor Fleming Ted Whitehead Lloyd Culley Buster Newgent Betty Gard Ann Spencer aunt min a Mary Jane Vermillion Ggles Ella Mae Wright i. Eleanor Miller kit to to Chadd Vivian Drew Itchell Irene Homas Caroline Kay Liams. Sam Hanna s Book store will be closed All Day wednesday when rites for or. Hanna s father Charles Hovey Hanna Are conducted at Auburn. The 68-year-old Auburn business Leader died sunday night following a Short illness. He had served As Secretary of the Auburn rubber company and had been Promin it in Auburn business affairs Many years. Or. Hanna had visited his son and family in greeno3stle on numerous occasions and had made Many friends in the s City. Several local residents plan to go to Auburn tomorrow to attend the Hanna rites. Rites will be held at 2 p. M. House. Democrats hold conference plan strategy for combat Ting enlarged Itei a Rutan minority Washington feb. 14�?�?~up>-House democrats met in a secret conference today to plan strategy for combating an enlarged and unified Republican minority which threatens even routine administration measures. It was Learned that the principal topic of discussion was to be the continued and habitual absence from the House chamber of a Largo number of majority members. Administration leaders were prepared to Tell democratic congressmen that they must spend less time travelling about the country on speaking trips and other errands and Devoto More attention to legislation. Democratic leaders explained that until the november election gave added strength to the go p minority 150 democrats could stay Iway from the chamber during a vote and the majority group still could win. The resurgence of Republican Power has changed this situation they pointed out necessitating the presence of As Many democrats of possible during a ballot. Speaker William b. Bankhead dala., and majority ladder Sam Rayburn. Do a tex., insisted that the present situation does not constitute a party split. Rayburn was scheduled As one of the principal speakers a today s conference and Bankhead was to sieved likewise prepared to warn the democrats to stay in their scats during a vote. 200 attend elks Valentine party dinner and danc e enjoyed monday night at Home in this c Ity. More than 100 couples were royally entertained at the elks Home monday night when the Lodge played Host at a Valentine party. A Turkey dinner including All the trimmings initiated the evenings festivities. The Horn was beautifully decorated in keeping with the sea it Pon. Musical numbers dui gang the dinner program were presented by artists from the Depauw school of music and Joe Mccartney and members of his orchestra. Dancing featured the after dinner entertainment and those present voted the party one of the most enjoyable Ever held at the elks Home republicans to present a United front former president Hoover keynote six 1ioir Lincoln dinner John Hamilton jubilant directors made no secret of fact that they intended to la Long at a extravagance Quot cars collide on Down Tow n Street Accident occurred on Soi til East Corner of court House Square new York feb. 14 i up the Republican party admitted Mori bund until last november presented to the nation today what its leaders asserted was a a United front a infused with a a Groat spirit of fight for 1940.�?� leaders looked Back on last nights Lincoln Day Celebration Here one of the largest and mod militant gatherings of republicans in years and predicted a return to Power in the next presidential election of tar Eigi lean years. Former president Herbert Hoover who keynote the six hour a Victory through Unity party a with the assertion that Only a return to republicanism could save the nation from a inflation and expressed Delight today with the reaction his words evoked. Still stimulated by the repeated Anil sustain d bursts of applause and cheers with which nearly 2.000 White tied and colourfully gowned Republican men and women greeted his 3, 000-word address the party a chief spokesman said a it was a Groat and enthusiast meeting it bodes a great spirit o1�?T fight for 1940.�?� party chairman John d. Ham ton was even More jubilant. Last night lie admitted that prior to last november a Republican gains there had been Quot grave doubt in the minds of Many men that the Republican party would recover from the disastrous defeats suffered in the pre virus six but he turned the meeting into a occasion of Happy Back slapping All around with the assertion that a your party successfully has passed through a crisis which imperilled its very sex today he Felt even More certain a i went out West last january an 1 visited six states in 12 he said a i never have seen As Fine a spirit of Unity. And that spirit was exemplified again last night. A there Are men of varying degrees of viewpoints in our party but they Are expressing their views ins do the party. That is the test of a re publican whether he believes most of the time in the tenets and candidates of his the directors of Republican strategy made no secret of the fact that until november 1940, they intend to keep plugging at new ded d sension within thi democratic party and that n w Dea expenditures have not solved the problem of unemployment. Hoover his speech larded with sarcastic references to a a pure the now deals a new school of budgetary magic a and what he called its a philosophy of conscious or unconscious told the republicans it was their task to restore fre Dom Prosperity and peace to the nation. Suit filed to gel Aldrish a will alleged to have been m de by mrs. Mary who hied in 1911. E Scott s garage bounced tuesday that 8e hag been approved As ent for the american a Sola ton. Roscoe Soott r of the garage. An automobile driven by t. Bond of near Reelsville collided with David Houck s car on tile South East Corner of the court House Square i this City at 4 30 yesterday afternoon curing the assembling of quite a crowd of spectators but the damage of the cars was not heavy. Or. Bond was driving a Chevrolet coach and or. Houck was in a new oar. Both cars were on Indiana Street just North of the intersection facing the South and when the Sto a Light changed. Or. Houck started on a right hand turn across the path of Bond s car. Or. Houck not observing indications that or. Bowl was about to Start also the Bond car hit the Houck car on the Side caving in the running Board and fender and denting the door. The damage to the Bond car was slight. The City police inv the Accident and made a report of it. A Case just filed in the Putnam circuit court is of particular interest in North Putnam county. It is a suit to establish a will alleged to have been made by mrs. Mary e. Stewart who died sept. 6, 1911, but lost before it was probated. Its signature was attested by William r. Dean Ami s. A Job. The complaint avers. The Date the will was made is not established the alleged will disposed of land in Franklin township leaving it to her husband George w. Stewart during his lifetime to go to Sarah Elizabeth Blaydes wife of Harvey Blaydes upon the death of cedi be w. Stewart. George w. Stewart survived this wife but there were no surviving children. Later he died and the administration of his will is now pending in the Putnam court. Sarah e. Blaydes the alleged fined Legatee under the will died Lotesta i april 17, 1938, and left surviving her husband j. Harvey Blaydes and the two plaintiffs Hubert s. Blay Des and Buford c. Blaydes their children. These latter Are seeking to establish their rights under the alleged lost will. Former resident died at Denver colo., sunday mis. Elizabeth Hamrick of tilts City has received word announcing the d ath of her sister mrs. Joan Stanley at her Home in Denver col sunday february 12th. Funeral services and burial were _ held tuesday mom no at 10 o clock supreme court seat was a at Denver. Expect . To appoint Westerner Dili. Intro i Ltd is very tim Fly in c county for survivors Are one Vaughtt r. Miss Auta Mae Stanley at Home two Sisters mrs. A. J. Keller of Chicago mrs. Hamrick of Greencastle anti one brother Fred Bryan of Colorado Springs. Calo. Mrs. Stanley a former resident of or Eneas tie was the daughter of a and mrs a. S. Bryan. She was we11 known in this Vicinity where she spent her girlhood trustees to meet with r. L Pierce will receive instructions concerning assessment of personal property Cater by Justice Louis Brandeis fourth new court member Brand is will probably devote Eli orgies to aiding jewish refugee Robert l. Pierce county assessor will soon Issue a Call for a meeting of the township trustees of Putnam county and the assessor of Green Castle township to meet at 10 o clock february 25, to receive instructions from a representative of the state tax Board concerning the assessment of personal property beginning on March 1. Or. Pierce conferred with Orville Shock representing the state Board tuesday morning. Or. Pierce stated he did not expert much of a change from last years schedule of valuations of personal property from the 8che a ule in effect last year. The Putnam schedule will be in Harmony with he assessments on such property Over the state but will be fixed by the Oral assessors under the direction of or. Pierce to conform to local conditions. Yote min Neman pension Indianapolis feb. 14. With two dissenting votes. The Indiana Senate approved yesterday it a House Bill appropriating $5,000 As a pension for the widow of state Patio Man Paul min Man killed nearly two years ago in a gun Battle with i he notorious ail brads gang. The Bill already has been approved in the lower House and now goes to the governor for action. Senate vote for passage was 32 to 2 discrimination a Bill is been introduced in the Indiana legislature to exempt All property. Both real and Persona from taxation owned by the Rural electric membership corporation. Kiwan ians expect crowd to dinner ladies night is scheduled wednesday night at Gobi Iii Ruh forty members of kiwanis club plus their wives Are expected to enjoy the organizations a ladies night dinner wednesday evening feb. 15. In the Gobin methodist Church. The function is scheduled to Start at 6.30 of clock followed by an in tej. Sting entertainment program. Dean Louis h. Dirks is in charge Ltd of a he entertainment. He has not divulged the features of the presentation but has promised the program will be of Paramount interest to All attending. A ladies night is in charge of Dean Dirks Herold Ross Ward Mayhall. Paul j. Fay Anil Lynn Brown. Washington. F b. 14 it up administration and congressional quarters today expected p resident Roosevelt to appoint a Westerner to fill the supreme court scat vacated by Justice Louis d Ubitz Brand is there was no hint of White House pans. Or. Roosevelt wis expected to fill the vacancy quickly. It will be his fourth appointment to the High court in the two years since he advanced his supreme court reorganization plan. The 82-year-old Brand is gave no hint of his plans for the future in the Brief note to or. Roosevelt in which h announced his retirement after 23 years on the Bench. He was the oldest Justice and exceeded in years of service Only by Justice James c. Mcreynolds. Brand is friends have suggests a that if he retired he would Dot vote his energies to aiding jewish refugees from Central Europe. The first jew to sit on the High b Nch. Brand is has Long been intensely interested in the zionist movement the list of persons most prominently mentioned As possibilities for his seat was headed by westerners. Among those names Are those of Justice Harold Stephens of the u. S court of appeals for the District or Columbia a native of Utah sen Lewis b. Schwellenbac i Wash one of the new Deal s staunchest sen Ato advocates Dean Wiley b Rutledge jr., of the University of Iowa Luv school. Solicitor general Robert h. Jackson and judges san Bratton and Joseph Hutcheson of the u. S. Circuit Bench. Of these the first three were regarded As having the Best Chanc Stephens was considered for the vacancy created by the death of justic ben>3inn Cardozo. Which was fillet1 last month with the appointment of Justice Felix Frankfurter. Shortly aft award the White House made Public under the same Date the presidents acceptance of the resignation. It follows a my dear or. Justice Brand is a one must perforce acc it the inevitable. Ever since those Days Ion. Ago. When you first took your seat on the supreme court Bench i have come to think of you As a necessary and v by permanent part of the court and since 1933 As one who would i continue his Fine service there unto Long after i had left Washington. A the country has needed Yor through Roll these years and i Hope it it of Ligueri i i no two services held for reek \ Letim Eari Todd of Crawford Yillik w is filled in Accident near Koa Tidale o. Bruce Lane of Banbridge representing Putnam and Montgomery counties in the state Senate has introduced a Bill with senator Vermillion As co author which is very a me a in Putnam county. It provides Vatric w \ persons buying farm land May continue to Manta n the same Pait of partition fences that their predecessor owners maintained. The Bill has an emergency clause. It was referred. To the committee on county and township business. There hive been intentions within accent years concerning the liability of property owners in instances in which predecessor owners have maintain i to left hand half of . The general Rule of Law. However. H n that owners should Man Tain the right half of such fences. Pilgrims pay last tribute Pope Pils county Board Host to superintendents All Day session will be held feb. 28 at High school m Dito Kium thursday. February 23. The Putnam county Board of education which includes the to nah p Trust a ind the county superintendent of schools. Jul be Host to the sixth District trustees association in nah Day session to h held in the High school auditorium in this City. The presiding officer of the meeting will be the District chairman. Or Odell Archer of clinton., who is n town Asp trustee. There will to speakers Here from the various departments of the state government who will discuss with the trustees Many of the problems of the Day i i which the township officers Are Par Tacui july interested dinner will he revived at noon eve Ryone who is interested in the matters coming before the Conven t on Are invited to attend even if not office holders. Mov ies shown at menus Seitz ice it u b prof. F. M. Vreeland of the do Pauw University faculty showed a number of movie f 1ms of european a cents at the supper meeting of the menus service club of the presbyter an Church monday evening. The films were made by prof. Vreeland ind his wife in color and present d Many views that were new to his ppr Clotive audience. Especially in cresting at this Tinte w. Re pictures Ionut a it o n Ted Iron Gates closed at noon notables. It Herd Early three spec Al cuff in p r a red for burial service shortly i fore 8 p. M. Vatican City feb my up it a italian Anil foreign i paid their last Tribune to Pone Pui it today. Crow Ling to pie past his h or during he last few Hourn a Vrh his body Lay in at be in the Chipel of the by Ess d sacrament at St. Peter s. Vatican authorities ordered the great Iron Gates of St. Peters Mother Church of . Closed at noon to give ample time to Prev Are for the burial services this afternoon. There was room Only for it few Hundred persons in the restricted 1 space in which the services were he a and members of the diplomatic corps and roman patricians an 1 a f w other specially invited notable s gathered Early. The Popes body still Lay this morning on the inclined red covered oat Falque in the Chapel behind an Iron Grilis As additional hundreds of thousands passed in homage. Three special coffins had been prepared for the Pope an inner one of Light Cypress la Ned with White and Gold silk a Lead one on and a i f inches thick weighing 830 pounds and embossed with a Skull and crossed Bones and the papal coat of arms and an outer one of Elm. Seven feet four inches Long thre feet wide and two and one half feet deep Bearin the coat of arms of Tho dead Pope the figure of the Cross and an epitaph in latin. The burial Servic was set for shortly after 3 p. M. And the actual Bural at 4 p. A 10 n. M. Est first were a series of absolution hem diction before the Cathedral altar near which Tho body Lay. The Climax approached As numbers of the vation choir prepared to sing the solemn ing Edior and Quern a o Modem Des Derat chant while chaplains held the Rod draping in which the Pope s body still in its Ali t and red pontifical Robes and wearing a Mitre was to be wrapped before it was placed in its three coffins. Noble guards standing at Atten 20 years ago in go Kunc Ystok from Center Madison Ralph Call Ami Mother visited mrs. Nettie Law Niar. And family at Lena. On the program of pupils of miss Craik miss Rutledge and prof. H. J. Barnum were Mildr d Caviness who played a twinkle twinkle Little violin Paul Sweet. Imogen and Crystal Cooper Gertrude Cook diaries Brown and Roberta Goldberg. Geor e Knaur elected Chai a Man. Charles Hendrich Secretary of the county Farmer so ass a nation. Ora Day was Marion township chairman. Art Stone leased cd rights on his farm four Miles West i town to a Terre haute i Oal Init i there was a three vein. George Christie a Stevens car was stolen in Indianapolis. Or. Christie and Frank Cannon had driven to indi.anapoli8 in it and parked it on Meridian Street they returned 30 minut s later and the car waa gone at two of clock this afternoon tin pral services were held at a mortuary in Crawfordsville conducted by the Rev. Carlyle Scott for Earl Tod i who received a fracture of the neck in an automobile crash a Short distance West of Roachdale. Early sunday morning. His death occurred at 2.10 o clock monday morning at the Crawfordsville Hospital where he was was taken following the Accident. He did not regain consciousness. In addition to the fracture of the neck , be had internal in juries. Todd was driving a Light coach and it May be assumed the Speed of the car was terrific As it evidently went out of control As it was nearing a Culvert with head Walls and hurdles the Stream which is spanned by the Culvert. It finally came to rest upright astride a Fence about 30 feet from the headwall which it had grazed in passing. Todd was received at the Hospital at 5 o clock sunday morning Only an hour after he was discovered lying by the Roadside. He lived approximately 24 hours after being injured although his neck was broken. The Young Man was the son of or. And mrs. Clarence Todd and had been a lifelong resident of that City. He formerly Rode a motorcycle for a delivery firm in Crawfordsville but More recently had been employed by the Crawfordsville seed company. He was 18 years old. If St. Peters in Rome now com icon mourning of the epaulettes and minding Public attention especially sword knots of their mir Tiangelo Heta Iise of the service there for uniforms had ready to hand to the Pope pious i. And also of so lies papal Chamberlain. Cardinal Pacelli if the marching of nazi troops in Throe leather purses bearing the pm Gem any and reviews of soldiers in him dared papal coat of Amas. In Italy. Wot Ikic Board i a Hill proposed in til Indiana leg Slature will create i state vegetable and fruit commission. With Power to deny permits or licenses which gives them Tho legit Power of denial to it enter business t any Orv hey deem unfit. Masonic notice called meeting of greenes Quot chapter no. 22. Royal Arch masons tuesday evil no. Feb 14. 1939. At 7 30 p. In. Work in the Mark an i lib ast master degree. Monroe township Institute Friday purse were 17 m a Ais. One for each year of the pop a h reign and be r no his effigy in Symbol that they w o coined during his reign. In a one purse were Gold coins in the second Silver and in the third Bronze. The penal Chamberlain was to put those in the inner coffin. Also a Csc ined for the inner coffin. To be Laid at the Popes feet wan a Metal Cylinder containing parchments recording outstanding events of his life and reign. A White Vril was to a place Over his lire and a Crimson one Over his to by As it Lay in its red shroud. The next step was to lift the Pope s Boly and put it in its inner coffin. As the coffin was closed the no. To y of St Peters chapter together with notaries of the apostolic Chamh-�?�1 the Ponti Kial Palace were to 1<n a 1 t i l an Art affirming that it. Kauffman and macs pet due to speak. Arthur Giltz is chairman at the Monroe town hip farm Law Institute. Friday at which Arthur Giltz w 11 be chairman there will be lectures by mrs. Perdue and or. Kauff Munji. The forme w la speak via a checking up on ourselves Quot a the morning session. And on Quot Quality women of the world Quot in the afternoon. Or Kauffman Wim talk of a Quality Farmers. Farms and farm the r Mains of Pius i had been placed in the coffin and were thereby handed Over to St Peters Chap-11�?� which assumed care and custody of it for burial. Alva t. Layton. Road was removed to the veterans ho3-p Tal in Indianapolis tuesday in a local imbue acc. It it it a it $ o $ o o o a a o today a weather 0 and 0 local temperature 0 products in the Forenoon and on 0 a 0 Vogt 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 a the Farmers poultry Quot in the after Cloudy and colder tonight rain in noon. Extreme South portion Cloudy the Forenoon s Sion opening at wednesday could or in extreme South 10 of clock will be opened by music portion. By the h go 8chool band. The invocation wll be Given by Howard he g Nisum 34 totter followed by selections by the g a a. 37 h go school Chons. 7 a. M. 37 David l. Grimes county farm 8 a a. 35 agent will talk also at the morning 0 a. M. 35 gathering. 10 a. A. 34 there will be Community singing n a. A. 36 get the opening of the afternoon sea noon. 35 s on. An i a representative of the j p m34 s ate milk boat d will talk i 2 p. M34
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