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Greencastle Daily Banner (Newspaper) - February 25, 1939, Greencastle, IndianaBe # the weather Snow am colder to the Dahy Banner a it Waves for ally #3 United in less service All the Home news Umb forty seven js4t0r Lane is charge Book probe democratic members committee trying to Whitewash a situation it nine indictments kor adjournment a senator a Kyl leave to submit report Ator 0 Bruce Lane of Bain chairman of the Senate school adoption probe committee charged that democratic Bers of his committee Are trying Whitewash Quot the Book situation. Democratic members have id him a report which sets out no evidence was heard by the litter to substantiate charges the committee started out to Ligate Ator Lane and two other re-9 have prepared a report Cong nine specific indictments St the present textbook adopt setup. Tempt by senator Lane Yeater to submit the two reports to the the was blocked by a Hasty ailment engineered by senator e. White of Indianapolis demo floor Leader. On senator Lane asked leave to it the committee s report sen White sprang to his feet and d for adjournment. A chorus of a Rose from the democratic Side senator i Ane was left standing i desk waving the report aloft. E democratic report is a wilful tement of facts in order to Wash the situation a a senator said. Id nce in my report will Indi that he said. 11 1 ask is for anybody to read it and see for themselves a sided probe committee report if or Lane is Able to get it submit will be a divided one. The three Halican members indicating sen Lane. Senator Thurman a. Bid of Marion and senator How. Johnson of moot Favlle have d a report containing the nine tic counts. Democratic members include senator Walter Chambers of new a diaries r. Morris of Salem Walter it. Arnol of South Bend a red a report which said tha Greencastle Indiana sat i Day february 25, 193� no. 113 tournament schedule is made Public nine teams begin i it Lay in Greencastle thursday night Mee t sword game to to Between Clover Dale and Italy Ldridge at a o clock Well again a Jimmy Strachen 3, Well and smiling As he appeared in a new York court against his father convicted of beating the boy brutally. Sentence of father was postponed until March i. A r swings for the sectional Basket i Ball tourney which begins thursday j evening were announced today. The 1. H. S. A. A. Representatives met j Friday afternoon in Indianapolis to arrange the names of 779 teams for the sectional regional Semi final and 1 final tournaments. The 64 sectional j tournaments will be held next thurs Lay. Friday and saturday. Arthur i. Trester is commissioner of the Indiana High school athletic Assoc action. The schedule for the nine teams which will play in Gie Castie is As follows thursday evening Fillmore is. Greencastle. Cloverdale is. Bainbridge. Friday evening 7 00 Russellville is Putnamville. 8 00 Beile Union is. Reelsville. Roachdale and Winner game 7 00 8 00 0 00 flu epidemic is serious Here or. George Mccoy retorts that about one out of every five has disease or. George a. Mccoy City health officer reported that the flu epidemic in Greencastle was affecting about one out of every five persons. All of Marion township schools in the county Are closed due to the epidemic. Or. Mccoy Rupo a that most of the cases Are not As serious As those of 1918. He also said it was thought that if the cold weather remained the epidemic would cease As it is the warm unseasonal weather which brings the illness. The City schools saturday afternoon Winner game 2 is. Winner adopt new program to Aid recovery Harky i. Hoi Kins Dkteft->11 Ned to promote program headed for Washington outlined in Folk ele fridays Mph ii at de Moines night two die Here is the scene after a Crew less runaway locomotive speeding Down a fog shrouded track near Harlan Iowa crashed head on into a great Western passenger train. Passenger train s Engineer and fireman were killed and 23 persons were injured. Locomotive picked up a freight car on the Way. Winner 2 00 game 3. 3 00�? Winner game 4 is. Game a a. Saturday evening 8 00�?Winner games 6 is. Winner game 7. The officials will be Robert hold and Karl Dickerson. County 61st in taxpaying units an insight into general 111 is Ness is provided in this an Ai it Sis Kathryn Boston j contest inner Coverdale will serve founding have been affected in attendance but of the charges or intimations i not to the Point where it has been Argos set Forth in the Resolution considered necessary to close the been sustained by a particle of schools. no further cases of smallpox have we ver the democratic members been reported Bui one Case of Scarlet conclude that a your committee fever was found in commercial i that some wholesome Chang place. The other Scarlet fever cases uld be Well effected in the Laws 1 have All been Depauw University e subject of textbook adoption a students report said this was not the of the committee. Statesman Dies Friday in Berlin Prentiss i i i. B e ii t w a s charge do affaires of the american embassy Berlin. Fell. 25. Lupe a up Prentiss b Gilbert charge d affaires of he american embassy died suddenly last night of heart disease Gilbert had had a distinguished career. He was the first Man to represent the United Stutes in the league of nations Council. During recent months since the withdrawal of Hugh r. Wilson ambassador to Germany. It had been his Dut. To maintain Contact with the German foreign office and to present the series of notes which the state department sent in an Effort to safeguard interests of american jews in Germany. Farm residence razed by fire was owned by mrs. Susan Bittles located eight Miles East of town k Days program Spon it Kurt by Hurst Collins a Osi of american legion is announced that the Century i Ersary of the founding of the n Cloverdale will be celebrated year with a four Days program sorted by the Hurst Colllns Post a i american legion of that dammit ties to handle the arrange i were appointed by commander Arndt at the recent meeting he Post. An historical pageant onto plated with prizes for the floats. The latter Are to depict o important period in the devel ont of Cloverdale from its orig Forest site. Enforce dog Law Law demands that because of i epidemic in Greencastle. That Dow in the City must not be Al-�1 to run at Large for sixty Days Law will be enforced. Stray dogs Quot right to the City Hall will be a leu of in a humane Way. If Yuu e no Way to bring the dog. Call in olice. Please help us Aid our of the Rabi danger and also surplus of stray dogs. W. D. James. Mayor Hines Case goes to jury new York. Feb. 25.�? it up it a the Case of James j. Hines Consort of gangsters Benefactor of the poor and strongest District Leader in tammany Hall went to a jury today after judge Charles c. Nott jr., made this charge. Ralph Hendricks. 109 West Berry Street is confined to his Home by illness. J Nam county unit no. 58 Rihao legion auxiliary will hold stated meeting monday evening 0 Block at the legion Home. Beatrice Ratcliff will have re of the program. Mrs. Elsie of Bainbridge will be the guest Kef. A the residence on the farm owned by mrs. Susan Bittles was completely demolished by fire about two of clock Friday afternoon. The farm is located about eight Miles East of Greencastle on the Indianapolis Road. The origin of the fire was not known. Everett Coffman and his family had been living there but were preparing to move and had already removed some of their possessions. The new tenants had not moved anything in yet. Some things in the basement belonging to the Coffman and some of the children a clothes were burned by the fire. Absence of wind yesterday afternoon saved the other buildings from any damage. The two Story House was completely covered by insurance. With total Gross rec Flats reported for taxation of $9.211.054, Putnam county ranks 61st in a comparative tabulation of Indiana and non resident taxpaying units recently completed by the Gross income tax division. Clarence a. Jackson state director announced today. An insight into tin general business picture is provided in this analysis which reveals to it Putnam county a reported receipts in 1937 were 65.71 Quot a greater than Tho $5 558.446 reported from that county in 1934. Comparison is made with 1934 since it represents the first full year of the operation of the. Gross income tax Law which became effective May 1, 1933. A the steady increase of Gross receipts reported in Indiana is an Index to better business conditions but it also reflects the vital role tax Revenue from this source now plays in meeting Tho Cost of our Public schools and welfare programs a or. Jackson said in pointing out that the operation of the Gross income tax has saved ers Pant five years. Since the Gro i income tax payments made by Putnam county residents through 19 7 total $206,938 Good citizen pilgrimage to Washington d. Cd a a conducted by i it. A. It. <1 Putnam county property tax pay thus Elei is a total of $111,982.12 a luring the former trustee of state farm Dies John g. H. Klinger. 68 years it it i i a trustee of the Indiana state penal farm until three years ago. A tied at Brazil his Home town last night he has lately been president an i general manager of the citizens Telephone company of Clay county. He was bom in Brazil and is first Job was As a Street car conductor. He was appointed trustee of the penal farm by governor Mccray. He was unmarried. Or. Klinger while on the Board of trustees of the penal farm was associated in h8 work in that capacity with we. B. Peck find c. C. Huestis. Of Greencastle at different times who also were trustees. He was known to Many residents of Putnam county through his various activities. Funeral services for or. Klinger will be held at 2 of clock monday afternoon at the Miller funeral Home in Brazil. Miss Kathryn Boston daughter of prof. And a mrs. Paul Boston has been selected As the Winner of the Good citizen pilgrimage from Putnam and Owen counties conducted by d. A. R. For four years the National society daughters of the american revolution has been conducting this pilgrimage which was originated by Ruth Bryan Owen. Tho aim is to help build character and Good citizens. Thus developing the Type of american womanhood which can and will assume greater responsibilities in the coming years. Senior students in each Public High school having a four year course chose by votes three girls in their class who possess the following qualities to an outstanding degree dependability. Which includes truthfulness. Loyalty punctuality service cooperation Courtesy consideration of others leadership personality self control ability to assume respond Ihil Ity and patriotism unselfish interest in family school Community ind nation from the three girls looted the High school faculty one who became the Good citizen for her school. As Owen and Putnam counties Are under the jurisdiction of Washburn chapter i. A r. Questionnaires were sent to each Des Moines la. Feb. 25.�? a up Secretary of Commerce Harry l. Hopkins headed for Washington today determined to promote a new program of recovery a program to said the administration has adopted to replace Reform. He outlined the program and its policies last night in a speech before the Des Moines economic clubs. It was his first declaration on business and government since his appointment to the Cabinet last month. He did not say whether he was speaking for himself As Secretary of com merc. For president Roosevelt or for the new Deal. Some of those in the audience believed however he was speaking directly for the new Deal on the basis of one statement in which he referred to a your difficulties while talking about the new Deal s problems with lawyers in the Tennessee Valley authority litigation. A with the emphasis shifted from Reform to recovery a he said a this administration is now determined to interment services for Frank m promote that recovery with All the Conner 73 years old. Of Indianapolis. Vigor and Power at its command will be held at the Cloverdale Cem-1 a the government is not. And never every at 1 of clock sunday afternoon 1 has been opposed to business. The funeral exercises will be held at it has not desire to punish or harass 10 o clock sunday Forenoon at the business. The government is Flanner amp Buchanan mortuary in desirous of doing everything it can Indianapolis his residence has been to create an environment in which at 609 East Twenty fifth Street in private Enterprise is services sunday for Frank Conner died of heart attack in Indiana oils wednesday night the county has profited to tile extent of these schools and a committee of $208.043.27. A this a profit rope judged the replies thus selecting the sents a purchasing Power turn d to girl who shall represent the chapter the county from the Largo Industrial m the state contest. There can be centers which depend or Putnam Only on Pilgrim from each state and county for business and where Large mis Boston will represent these two populations pull Down the per capita counties in the state contest this Cost of comparable governmental Winner will be announce some time services a me. Jackson declared. That City. He died of a heart attack in the masonic Temple at North and Illinois streets wednesday night during a Lodge meeting. Or. Conner retired last August after 53 years of Railroad service. At retirement he was train master for the big four. I. Conner a War torn in Cloverdale and married miss Loulou Home in that place 49 years ago. She died last August. Roachdale woman succumbed Friday a Reid Ort russian killed Tokyo feb 25 up the newspaper Alchi Nichi reported today in a d snatch from . Was pm pruned of mine Dade Shoaei. Manchukuo. That one russian Soldier in March and she will make the pilgrimage in april at Tho time of the National Congress of d. A. R. In Washington. D. C. The committee judging the papers bid been killed and several wounded thursday in a clash on the Western Manchukuo Frontier. It was alleged that 50 russian cavalrymen twice had attacked japanese main Chukuani Frontier guards and had been repulsed i. Mrs. Charles Rector Robertson. And miss Ruth services for Mary Catherine Stevenson will be held monday Mary Catherine Stevenson. 89. Died at her Home in Roachdale Friday afternoon following a ten a lays serious illness with carcinoma of the liver. Mrs. Stevenson was bom oct. 22. 1kp4. The daughter of Ennis an i Joemina Davenport Dodd. Her husband Wiley Stevenson preceded her in death. The dec Vasej was a member of the primitive Baptist Church in Roachdale. Surviving nr�1 three sons. Arthur Stevenson of Dallas. Texas and he recommended breaking the a blog Jam of private investment in the Field of utilities railroads and housing promised to Aid Small businessmen urged an increased National income to provide jobs for the unemployed and to balance the budget recommended a a tolerance from labor in its relations with employers and warned labor against abuse of its new Legal Powers. St Ven Hundred ,.the majority Iowa Busin is and agricultural leaders received the speech with quiet attention. The Only representative of big business present was Averell liar Riman. New York president a it of the Board of the. Union Pacific Railroad and a Hopkins supporter. He told the audience that a few Days after Hopkins appointment to the Cabinet the Union Pacific bought 2.300 freight cars and 25 locomotive twice during his speech Hopkins blamed lawyers for some of Tho new deals problems. A some lawyers by their shortsighted he said a added greatly to the uncertainties of the business while discussing that to a Case to said a i do not think any one outside the government can realize How much Freer government can operate in its relations with business such As the Frank and Robert Stevenson of in utilities now that both seem to he one daughter. Mrs Stanley r cd 0f the incubus of the self style Chastain of Roachdale a half Bro fog by constitutional Rev. Flew resigns As county pastor Twenty Hurt As four c ars leave tracks Kuktis shake recital playing with Assurance and with an excellence that merited the enthusiastic applause accorded him. Curtis shake Depauw student pre scented his Junior piano recital in to Harry Hall Friday afternoon. Aside from the interest of the compositions themselves the most interesting feature of the recital was the marked advancement or. Shake has made in his piano study recently. Not Only does he have a greater command of technique but he also shows a better understanding of what the composer intended. Tone production which presupposes skillful praying and peddling was Good throughout. His staccato notes were especially effect among the guests at a party Given by miss Beu a Yeager a Hig 1 school senior were Lillian Daniels Frances Rector Ruby Wright. Or. And mrs. D. Ora Moffett moved Pozda Quot Grov a mrs Galvin King or. Shake is enrolled in the school of it was taken. The exit was returned Home saturday. In it a her a of music and is a student of Edward j through a rear the Rev. Leland plow has resigned his pastorate of the Roachdale Christian Church and of the universalist Church at Fincastle to become pastor of the Christian Church at Madison tins state. The resignation will be effective March 1 at which time or. Plow Ami his family will move to Madison. The congregation of the Christian Church at Roachdale will give a dinner in the Church basement at noon tomorrow for or. Plew and family and there will he an afternoon program for the same purpose beginning at 1 of clock. Union Pacific s crack in ony express cars Are derailed the Quality meat Market on Vine Street was entered by marauders Friday night by the breaking of a Glass in a rear window but a Check of the Stock of goods disclosed the disappearance of a Small Quantity of Candy and the breaking open of a cheese Container but the flavor did not Appeal evidently because none sever Al injured critically wreck occurred after lost Pullman occupants Llanil retired ther. Edgar Stevenson of Bainbridg a Sis or mrs. Angie Blanton of Arkansas. Ami six grand children and three great grandchildren. Funeral services for mrs. Stevenson Cit i it court note Michael k. Abrams. Indianapolis Wiki he conducted at 2 o clock Mon attorney for the two former Putnam Day afternoon at the Chastain Par county men who file 1 suits for dam Lora at Roachdale. Burial will he in Ages against former sheriff John t the Roachdale cemetery. Friends Sutherlin and Deputy Russell new May vew the body from saturday evening until time for the services. Spencer Trini May close Mon. Visit. Sharbor. I inside and left closed but unlocked. Bobler wyo., feb. 25. Up Twenty or More persons were hospitalized Here and in nearby towns today for injuries received when four Pullman cars anal the diner of the Union Pacific a crack Pony express worn derailed. Several of them were in Jurod critically and May die including the wife of e. M Mccoy Joey Des Moines. In. Vice president of. The Bankers life insurance co. The wreck occurred after most of the Pullman occupants had retired fur the night and some of the injured had to be pulled from their berths and carried out by ambulance attend a on i Bop four gent was in court and a filed a motion for a Chango of venue from Tho county. It Wiki tie passed on by Tho court monday. The a men Allego false imprison ment. Donald Jones son of prof and mrs. Lester Jones has been pledged to Sigma Chi fraternity at Depauw University. Tho trial of John Spencer on i statutory charge which started in the Putnam circuit court be term a morning occupied All of that Day and will be continued into monday. It was not on the court program today. It is possible the Case my or a those Ltd by monday evening at least $6$ As far As the introduction of Evi go a 0 a @ 0 a 0 0 0 Dence is a inc Ltd Mcd. And a verdict ass o 0 0 o 0 0 0 0 0 today a weather 0 and 0 local temperature 0 should be ready tuesday. The evidence that was introduced yesterday was from so note s witnesses and the state s Side was not Complete when court adjourned late in the afternoon. The Cross examination of states witnesses by attorneys Zivott and Mcgaughey for the defense occupied More time thin do their evidence for the state when they were questioned by the states attorney Albert e. Williams. Kan South rain or Snow North saturday and probably sunday morning. Wanner saturday somewhat colder sunday. Minimum 6 a. M. 7 a. M. 8 a. M. 9 a. M. 10 a. A. 11 a. M. 23 23 23 24 24. 26. 26
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