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Greencastle Daily Banner (Newspaper) - February 28, 1939, Greencastle, Indiana4. 4$ the weather kill and colder a a a the daily Banner a Waves for ally a a j United press service a am i Bonk news i,4,4,4, my pouty seven Reed Castle Indiana to Kasday eel Ary 28, i Kut. No. 115 services held to Kasday for Oscar Blai lulls end or disputes a Beme dirt declared sit Down strikes were illegal Kelt declined comment month Nind Union violation of collective bargaining on nuts Washington. Feb. 28.�? up a a be supreme courts decision Declar a a trikes illegal and deny a p3 to pants Protection of the signer Abor relations act was excite i today to Mark the disappeared of that technique in labor Dis a lab a leaders declined comment. A wit expected to make every j a vent recurrences of sit a. Inasmuch As those engaging them h cording to the decision y have surrendered their rights Der the Wagner act. Lamer can federation of labor lots including president William ton Alie Idy have condemned a the town and the Congress of in to in organizations a principal in Day s decision has not used a Large scale since the Michigan i strikes in 1937. A Chr result of any future sit Down Ujke probably would be immediate action of the strikers since the us Jenu courts Clear definition of Vir illegality will make easier to Tain injunctions. A in addition to outlawing the sit a tin court condemned Union Vio of collective bargaining Colecta with an employer in reversals the National labor relations eard decisions yesterday Litva ted five to two to deny pro a Tion Quot of the Wagner act to 90 Cio air. Strikers and sympathizers d refused to order their reinstate although agreed with the or that the strike was caused by air lab r practices of the Vansteel dal surgical corporation. _$7orth Rago. 111. A so refused to order f Al Imbi Bers who violated a collective bargaining contract for iding strikes in a dispute which ached off the Terre haute. Ind. Neral strike of 1935. ruled that a employer the columbian in jelling and stamping company. Haute. Ind. Had not refused bargain with them and was not hey of violating the labor Law. Iter the Deci amp ions hid been hand Down the first major rebuffs to since its inception Max to Ren attorney for Fansteel. Pre Tad that Quot the sit Down is ended in ?ica.�?� i he spoke approximately Down strikers evacuated the Ivision Plant of the Bendix up a South Bend ind. Jenir formed of the court s Deci-1 to Bendix Plant was the scene the first major sit Down strike in �6. He a Justice Charles Evans majority decision in the Psi Case Means that every sit or Vnker can be jailed on con jilt a dirges. If Plant owners can a i injunctions similar to the 1 in the Fansteel Case. Do. Assessors Start work on March 1 funeral services were head 2 o clock tuesday afternoon for Oscar Kelly Blair 55 years old who died saturday night the Clay county Hospital. His Home was in Jackson township. Clay county. He was a township trustees Are As brother of mrs. Cora Tipton. Grcen Castle. And John Blair. Reel Settle mrs. Daniel Fisher. Brazil route 5 Roy Blair. Ind Anapolis. The funeral was held from the Union u. B. Church East of Hoosierville. So Zsoks in their townships steal from sheriff new Castle. Ind. Feb. 28. A up sheriff Chat be Zornes today Felt the effects of a new Type of their Ely. Someone has stolen his 15 prize domesticated m Alanl ducks. The fowl were taken from Zornes farm sunday. Searchi brings. No Trace of a Iri a year old Lois m Stetson a disappeared monday evening bulletin a Larchmont. N. Y. Feb. 28 a ii Lois Maste son six Yea 1 Daugh ter of a former govern�-1 of the new York curb Exchange ended a 12-hour search for her by police firemen volunteers and bloodhounds today by approaching police chief William j. Kersey less than Ioc feet from her parents Home and announcing. Quot i Haven to been Larchmont. N. Y feb. 28. A up an All night search by hundreds of policemen and volunteers brought no Trace today of six year old Lois Masterson. Daughter of a new York Stock broke a who disappeared yesterday evening half a Block from Home. 9 an eight state alarm was broadcast Over the police teletype system and bloodhounds were being brought Early today from the polio Barracks Hawthorn. The Community was alarmed fearing another kidnapping. The search was entered along the Rocky shores of Long Island sound from which the headless body of the kidnapped Peter Levine. 12. Was washed last summer. The Levine family lives in new Rochelle Only three Miles from a Large Masterson estate which extends five blocks to the sound. Lois was a venturesome child and had been missing for Shorter periods on several occasions. Her parents Etil 1 hoped that she had wandered away and had fallen asleep somewhere in safety. Lois attended . Augustine a Academy. She started Home 3 p. M. But stopped in front of the Home of Green Castle is exception dogs listed As personal property and owners must fix their value tomorrow. March 1, is the Date set by state Law for the beginning of the work of assessing property in the state and the various persons in Putnam county entrusted with that work will take the Field along with the others. They Are to Complete their task within 60 Days. Personal property Only will be assessed this Vear. Mayor s court spencers mayor D. James held Fourt by lamplight last evening and assessed fines and imprisonment against three Greencastle men Philip Sellers. Edgar Stone and Cleo Murphy. The Fine in each Case was $1 and costs were added making a total of $11, and. In addition a 30-Dav imprisonment was handed to each defendant but was suspended. Each pleaded guilty to a charge of intoxication. Defendant they had been arrested by the City police. Trial nears finish tees. Prosecuting witness Dorothy Spencer completed testimony put on stand tourney tickets go on Sale today ducats available drug Stoke interest is keen in tilts tickets today went on Sale �01 the the township trustees of the coun Putnam county Section basketball to Are by reason of their trusteeship tourney scheduled to of ten thursday evidence from the states View denied All allegations made by his daughter hum nine children Hie trial of John Spencer. On statutory charge in the Putnam circuit court this morning reached the Point which the attorneys occupy the stage presenting their arguments. The giving of evidence closed last evening. This morning upon the convening of the court prosecutor Albert e. Williams beg in the principal speech for the pro caution and he reviewed the assessors in their respective a no a continue through saturday on townships Frith the single exception the Greencastle High school hard in Putnam county of Greencastle township in which an assessor is elected. The trustees will be helped by their wives in most instances. In Greencastle township. Mrs. Clara l. Reeves is the elected township assessor. She will he assisted in the Rural District of the township by Maynard Grubb. In the first Ward of the City. Mrs. Grace Dean will he her Deputy in the second Ward. Mrs. Vav. A. Shelley in the third Ward j. E. Courtney and in the fourth. Mrs. James Mcintyre. Dogs Are put on the spot this year in the matter of assessing. This is to be a test of the degree of their owners affection for them. The assessors Are obliged by Law to list the canines As personal property their value being fixed by the owners and these owners will have to pay personal tax on their pets or Case the own Wood. Tickets Here Are available the Mullins drug Ston West Side of the Square and the ducats for the entire toui Ney sell atom Ollar each jul def ing by the interest in the tourney throughout the county would be Wise for fans to Purchase the Little admission slips an Early Date. This years tourney promises to be one of the most interesting stage a in the county in recent years. Although Bainbridge and Greencastle Are Given the Edge by the Dop Steft to go to the final round there s no telling what will happen in the preliminaries to use the Well known a a Apple cart. Fillmore Cloverdale Belle Union. Reelsville Roachdale Russellville and put amp Mavillo will Send determined quintets to the local tourney. is known to Many fans that Fillmore ers will have to declare the dog Roachdale and other county teams worthless. J have amazed spectators in Hardwood if the owner declares the dog of no performances and might be counted value and is killed by other Par-1 on to land a Surprise Wallop in the ties the owners would be in an pm Putnam county s a tonal. A amp Grassing position if Thov were to reek compensation for the loss of the pets. But if an owner puts a value on his or her pet. And the taxes Fillmore will have the Opportunity to do in a stuff in the first game of the basketball classic Here meeting Greencastle Tiger cubs 7 00 on As personal property Are paid of clock thursday night to Christen to the county treasurer there might the tourney. Cloverdale will Lake basis be considered to be a better for a suit for damages. This tax on the dog As personal property is in addition to the regular dog tax. The dog tax is to be paid 7 00 Friday evening the floor 8 00 the same evening against the highly touted Point tra of Bainbridge. Russellville meets Putnamville and 8 00 to the assessor. The tax on dogs As o clock Belle Union lines up against fixed by the state department is As Reelsville. Roachdale will meet the follows in Huc two deaths prompt investigation say Traci inks lax in protecting morals a 400 students in Joliet Winner of the Fillmore of Greencastle one Dollar for each male or spayed game 9 00 of clock to conclude the female dog. A evenings entertainment. From there three dollars for each uns payed on in the schedule is hard to follow. Female dog. And that a where the fans Colne in five dollars for each additional for their part of doping out the win dog. Male or female. A Nerc. The value placed by each Erncr on Aills or her dog is written on that per Sou s assessment Sheet and i turned in to the county assessor. That value finds Way onto the tax duplicates of the county and is taxed As any other personal property is taxed. A a the recent meeting of assessors political control of id in the townships with county asses of go expected to att a i so Robert l. Pierce the following More a than million votes your was fight Liiv set record valuations for Persona property. Particularly farm property were Joliet. I Quot feb. 28. up a the fixed described the sit Down As Lover so anew deaths of a Liilo a school horses $150. 2 year did. $100 41 its Conception and prose j football Star and his 16-Ycar-ol i and said was Quot not the sex 8weeuleart prompted investigation tar the right to strike to which 1 to. In of general moral conditions among the 4.000 students of Joliet High school and Junior College school a Autho Iles defended student morals and said the investigation was based on Quot politics. I r. Lond a b Brannon. Will coun tor act yearling $40. Mules $150 2 year old $100 yearlings $40. Milk cows Good $80 common. $50 other cattle and Stock cattle. Chicago. Feb. 28. Hjp1�? a vigorous four Way fight for political control of the nation s second largest City attracted chicagoan today in mayoral primary expected to set a record of More than a Mill in votes. Of y i Cal is lies were involved. Factional alliances of the two democratic candidates anti tile size of ii Ditl reported rut of committee possible influence on National Poi wheat 60 bus in .040. A i Eli to ii App Koyko Hii Viky Kittle changes by the House $5. $6 and $7. Sows and pigs $40. Fat hogs $7 the Republican turnout injected a per Hundred. Rye per Bushel 40 cents.�?. To Corner opem i the investigation on 20. To Moth Hay $2 Ami a the democratic race Conten .1 the strength of a startling revela. A fax a a c oath on a fact orial Nghil Between mayor to ions concerning student activity a a a Edward j Kelly and states actor which he said were revelled during j contain re a a a rage two n y Thomas j Courtney. Kelly and Point. Interpreting As Clear Cut proof of the guilt of the defendant in regard to thi defendant s alleged re lat on ship with his daughter. Or. Williams was allowed by Cha Les Mcgaughey. For the defense and he advanced Points in the evidence which he. In turn. Interpreted As proof of the innocence of the defendant. S. C Kivett of Martinsville spoke after or. Mcgaughey for the defense making a Strong p Mesenta Tion of the defense s attitude toward the evidence. A the indications noon were that the oratory would continue into th1 afternoon session. Or. Williams closing for the state and the charge to the jury by the court would Como Early in the afternoon session the conclusion of which the jury would retire to consider the evidence. The prosecuting witness Dorothy Spencer now 13 years old. Daughter of the defendant completed or testimony yesterday giving a do tailed narrative of a series of avenged efforts by her father upon her. Early in the afternoon the defen-dan4. Himself was put upon the stand by the defense after he state had concluded its presentation of evidence. He. In response to questions from his attorneys Todd of his poor health his inability to work of his wife a sickness Anil death of his efforts to have his daughter stay Home and help with the housework after his wife died oif the daughter s proneness to leave the House and visit with the dishes unwashed and particularly stressed was his statement concerning her unreliability from the veracity standpoint. Spencer said he had announced Aroun i Home in North Jackson town he the s county that he was planning to go to Georgia to work in Timber. And a that he left his forwarding a Idress and also when he arrive 1 Homeland a. He gave the postmaster there his new address to have i is mail forwarded and he wrote letters Back Home. This evidence apparently was introduced to combat the report circulated Here that he had fled from arrest. Spencer denied All allegations made by h�?~8 a laughter to the effect he had improper relations with her. Spencer is 66 years old. Has 9 children living by two wives both of the wives being dead and there were 5 other children who have died. He had a 1�?Tstroke&Quot two years ago which left him incapacitated for hard work and also rendered him deaf in one ear. He stifled he has been receiving welfare Relief in this county. Spencer became ill noon and h in ti0i two owners huli to buy Nom licenses Speaks Chapel ties. Harold Talbott appoint i i f / i r a x a a a x Edfield examiner \ 1 l Harold a. Talbott who has been the manager in charge of the unemployment compensation offices of1 Clay and Putnam counties has re a Cei ved notice of his appointment As Field examiner for the state Board of a accounts. The department is said Hitler will continue the Only one in Indiana operate a on drive for economic a non political basis. Examinations penetration for the position were Neld last de Combe re Mes Short sighted policy or. Talcott will continue to make his Home in Brazil. Fred Cline of Indianapolis has been appointed to succeed or. Talbott in the unemployment compensation office. Quot Austria was doom d from Days of do of miss who destroyed democratic Force a Quot coming weat liar hard to pm Lirt Lamb a i Ion tradition a plied to tuesday Wol lip confusing Quot Hitler will continue his drive for i economic penetration of the Balkans land will formulate his demands for the return of Germany s colonics from England in the near future probably in 1939 he will not break his new strength against impenetrable said s. K. Ratcliffe. English journalist. In the first of the Guy Morrison Walker lecture series Depauw University tuesday morn a gang. Quot the world is approaching the the Lamb which according to tra momentous decision that must be edition. Has some connection with the made Between the fascist theory of weather that is to prevail during the War As the nations glorious destiny month of March working contrary and the democratic Ideal Quot Wise with the traditional lion in that or. Ratcliffe outlined hitlers prognostication must have been on growth in Power since 1933 and Par Daylight saving time or something to Culanay since the occupation of the like . Or else today should be con Rhineland by German troops in 1936 Side Rcd strictly a part of february he called the most dangerous a and not indicative in any manner covery from War and reversal of to whatsoever of what will Conn in the a a Tion to a Lern world has known month which begins tomorrow. But Hitler must go on to keep alive however the change in weather exaltation of the German people conditions during the Forenoon de Aru to achieve a toil amelioration of eloping into a blustery. Showery their 1 ving conditions so far his spell near noon was some indication victories have brought him Only to that when March ready arrives Lili Fajg Power not Concrete Advant Midnight tonight will be ushered a the ultimate blame Ftp the dismemberment of Czechoslovakia or. Ratcliffe placed on the Short sighted in by the lion instead of the Lamb. The High Mark of therm Pieters for the fore part of the Day was 47 5 of clock a Mark reached again 9 of clock. 6�o�?Tclock. The Reading was Clown 4 degrees or 43 7 a i 45. A year ago. The Reading was 33 1 and 2 of clock reaching that Point from a Reading of 19 Midnight. I that was a year ago. However. Last night the rain fall washed1 away much of the Snow but what remained of on the ground when workers started to their jobs this morning was a deep very wet slush that made an unpleasant condition for walking or a having. The Iain fall during the night added to water which was developed policy of i net and Britain in first in courage no that to resist Germany a demands. Quot the czechs Ltd us invt made better terms with nazi Germany the beginning of the crisis if they had counted on no i explained. He caved Munici a diplomatic a Sofiat for eng-13 and. Quot however Chamberlain was representing the sentiment of All european people when he could not bring himself to say the word to plunge the continent into a general War an 1 sacrifice the fruits of peace in med Atchly. Or Ratcliffe called the a conflict Between Chamberlain and Eden symbolic of the sides of world preliminary inquest into the deaths of Wiliam in Girmann. 18. And his House Bill Reti knew sweetheart. Ruth Virginia Underwood. Bolius of Enkin Annn 200-Pound with Senate amendments Indianapolis. Ind. Feb. 28. Up a House Bill originally de Democrat la National Patiick a Nash head of a powerful organization which has dominated the City administration since 1 121. The Republican lace a Between football player and High school sen signed As a Repealer of the truck Dwight h. Green. 42-year-old former i Day tho8ef them who shebeen for am. His Auburn haired Sweet weight tax Law. Came Back loathe Fetera prosecutor who a ded in and the same school. House today for concurrence in sen ,., Leader Al Capone to Federal Indianapolis. Ind., fell. 28.idle hours ways and Means orly Lodi voted to rc-1 Quot i a b Annial budget an Cunt a h2.800.049.15, a reduction of he1,.t a Junior in &Quot>6 85 from the measure re Werc f0un, yesterday in an autumn Ato amendments. The Bill As Amend pro son in income tax evasion charges mended to Tho legislature by the m in rep 1 in ,0 a levers Lane Quot Sec de by the Senate would miso place in Villiam Hale Thompson three . Budget to on of a k Al Lair Miles from the a Flat License fee of $1 on All Auto Ime Mayo an l most picturesque i y the girl was nude. Mobiles and raise the gasoline tax pontician Chicago has seen in years. Brannon a d postmortem reveal from 4 cents to 5 Cenia a gallon. Cd she died of strangulation and the the amendments were attached in Hoy from car ban monoxide per zoning order to make provision for the loss or he called Quot a Clear of Revenue which would be entail 1in the weight tax repeal. Republican opposition to the Bill in the Senate indicated that the going in the House As far As amendments were concerned. Would not to easy. By fhe melting of the Snow pro Luce i op�nj0il a moderate increase in the amount of the Poasi mtg of czechoslovakian water in the Putnam county Stream. w.,s so a Ltd when her hut there was not a flooded comb front or was exposed a by a be occupy. T on this time. Tion of Austria Quot said or. Batel Iff Quot however the streams in the South a Mani aug Tala a ,c,.nlrd hmm he Ern part of the state especially d3yg of do fuss who ,le9trovcd the were feeling the inflow of the ram democratic forces he water and Snow water and were a is with threat of dangers from peal to mix flooding streams r. 1 e Ganline finds a flood warning to Ohio River i div. D. Janies mayor today re i Cei ved p. Message from Vav. Vincent i Youkey executive Secretary of the i Indiana municipal Leagur asking i support for the Senate amendment to 1 the budget Bill which proposes to j return three million dollars to the towns and cities of my. Youkey in his message said i a a director Etc Hunt of tin budget omm Itu the Highway comfy Siaion land High powered con Ractor if and a material menus lobby Are opposing the return of Money to the smaller Paris. Feb. 2h up French unit Peop of municipalities Pav and British warships were believe i >10 per capita into the motor vehicle waiting off the Spanish med terran10,f fund yet receive Back Only i for local streets. Remind your senator that he represents Nome folks who pay the Money As Well As Highway commission and special group who town was issued by the weather Bureau of the state. M 9 a warships waiting to Sar Leader fighting ii a eased mgt collapse of Republican cause in imminent report local Agency that about 10 h sets remain on hand Putnam county automobile truck owners during the last and few budget committee Ligh democratic represent will attempt to restore Many to Quot reductions the s measure is ,"1 to be approved with very changes by the House but the a critic Senate probably will the total near the amount or ply set and the Issue will have Settle i in conference commit 1 o. O. F. Notice a Nam like no. 45 i. O. O. A 1 a give first degree work thi3 nil All members of the team org d to be present. Otha Ellis Sec. Cae of murder and the Quot startling revelations of student activities he said were presented by other lugh school students hwltnesse3 said that High school was estimated that the switch girls 14 and 16 years Odd have been of the tax Burden from License fees taken to hotels by older men during to gasoline tax would increase reve 20 years ago in Greencastle the Brannon said. Quot testimony indicated that teacher s president Gross announced the completion of thi Effort of the University to raise $450,000 endowment to secure the Rockefeller $150 000 Rush the Putnam county Auto License Branch Agency. the Agency was stated this that Only about one thousand a ets of plates for automobiles remained on hand and that Many of these would be sold during the Day Ean coast today to evacuate loyalist leaders. Reports reached Paris and London that the collapse of the Republican cause is imminent. Nationalist dispatches asserted j that Gen. Joe Miaja commander in. Chief of the loyalist armies plan not i to Board a ship for Mexico on invitation of Presil Lent Lozaro Cardenas. And a that Premier Juan Negrin i intended to Fly to France. The 800-mile Battle line in Central Spain was now a ghost front dispatches from Spain said. Fighting 1of court lift Vear. Said today the pad ceased. Loyalist troops were. Sycel workers have no further a plan time Trees in the shatter d Parks. Pm and must serve their prison of the suburbs a Madrid dispatch. Terms and Piv their fines said where a few weeks a of they were fight inf Bil g q j $ $ i. Premier Negrin. In Miaja and a today its weather a and amp their final @ local temperature a. Want the Money to remain in the under in a hands of the commission within easy Mist serve terms of Springfield. M. Feb. 28 a a up Edmund Burke counsel for 39 Fansteel metallurgy Cal corp., sit Down strikers convicted for contempt or iding off in their payment Fogt a now License plates for their vehicles realized that there would he no and w Vantage accrue to them in further loyalist foreign mini to i Lulis a waiting and the result has been a Varez Del Vayo Wen i Doo i.& be in Valencia preparing decision. A a a a 0 a a a a a confident that collapse of the Lay Cloudy and colder tonight Occa Alist resistance was near the nation signal rain or Snow in North portion Alista sped preparations for a Orlum tonight wednesday generally fair Voys were massed an roads convert of i nue of the Highway department by k of Quot about $500,000 a year and that the the first National Bank kept open and the High school Hoard have been tax would be made , s Nee hours in to new Bank building. 1.x in protecting the moral of Tho the amount pah. Would be proper George Garrett move from the their banal to the amount of driving done., Dull farm to Thia City. Having about the usual number re j no on Madrid and regiments quire for the demand during the re pc Vil guards were waiting to main in and take Over the capitals polic Mailer of the year. Many motor vehicle owners had delayed their Purchase of new plates in the belief that possibly there would be a reduction in the Cost for Thia year but their Hope in that respect was not fulfilled. The reduction May come next year however. Ing. Dispatches from loyalist territory told of appeals to the people to resist of radio programs featured by martial music and patriotic speeches. British government sources denied All reports of British activity. And colder. Minimum 37 c n. In. 43 a. In. 45 f. A. M. 47 0 n in. 47 10 a. M. U a. M. 47 12 noon. 45 i p. A. 41 2 p a. 41
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