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Greencastle Daily Banner (Newspaper) - January 3, 1939, Greencastle, Indiana�1 the weather ,01 by Anu cooler a 1 he forty seventh daily Banner a it Waves for ally t am. The Home news 4 4 United Tress service 4 a 4 a Ken cattle Indiana tick slav january 3, 1930. No. G7 \ Deal a a lans May i contested it Gross convened at it Roday with repub-ucan8 Strong Kuc ranks reduced Roo Tevelt to deliver an message at noon wednesday v ii p r of bulletin �3ton. Jan. 3.�? up it a Nejl Thomas r., n. J., a the House committee inline in american activities cod of Lay he will introduce week a Resolution to in Secretary of labor finances 1iing70n Jan. S. It up it styles sch k., n. A. Foe National labor relations Dir de today that to had i a ii ranch of enough votes vent Honfi rotation of Donald a eld Smiths to a i i Langton. Wan. 3. Up republicans Oday reelected l. Mcl by of Oregon As a Jority Leader. 1ington. Din. 3. A up inv to gating i it an act hiter today renew Alic nge 01 in fibres it of presi a save Ltd a Cabat and reported l a that cram in to have the Federal a Wernent. Minitte Sai hat nazi and \ definite m asked for groups also \ to to continue j years. Requested a by debate it b Roosevelt lib Lei for Perm a convinced in a to be uttered Ank Murphy ten Lay Becam ii estimation Tion will the sides. I sized the us serious Bra ted tes pit t former Michigan Boiney gut Atteo criticism a aimed at in of labor Fra is Perkins rotary of Intel Harold l in members de by rep. Ned the Bers a 4 up. Mai reports the commit to Dies a. It up cd t at noon Tus re Luc-1932 and major to dress is pm r show Evolt on i bal not Batons Ait. , Las been a and so a Quot contest temperatures today and a year ago about same the temperature for january one year ago was not far different from the present temperature according to the daily Banner files which showed it ranged upward As High As �54 degrees on the 24th of january but on tie 28th, it drop pc i to an even Zero which was the coldest Jay of the month. Within a couple of Days following the Zero drop the Mercury had risen to the twenties again the cold wave hurling Only about Twenty four hours. Circuit court notes the damage suit of Charles a. Meath against the Pennsy Vantu Railroad company for damages alleged to have been sustained by him during n recent flooded con lit Ion of the Heath land has been set for trial january 30. Cases added to docket 01 court ret i Lel entries of two is its Eor divorce and Cross com pea i it leaders in treason plot to be tried Moke than 100 Are involved with the Twenty two principals trial in a a people so charged will disseminating it Rupa Ganda against nazi Reg. Me Berlin. Jan. 3 up some California weather Many Greencastle football fans heard the thrilling game played in Pasadena monday afternoon and wondered about its finish which came Long after darkness had Settle i Over this Community. And some of the nations aporta writers also wondered about the famous California weather. One writ a ing for the daily Banner had this i to say coi it at one time using the Rose bowl game the California weather act a new High in variety. From his press Box seat this observer saw at the Samo time the Sun. The Moon Blue sky Thunder Clouds a rain Bow. And he meaning your of the greatest treason trial since the nazi s server does not drink anything the docket for the january term of the Putnam circuit court on the first Day of that term january 2, received entries of two new suits for divorce a Cross complaint in a divorce suit filed last term an important suit to quiet title and a suit to Settle an estate incapable of partition. With some other business. Cordia Butler has filed suit to quiet title to tire South half of lot no. Two others were 8el�?~�?~ctcd a is Lac first accession to Power six years ago stronger than Chicken Broth starts today before the dreaded a a people so court. In All More than 100 persons were involved and of these it was forecast that 17 or 18 at least would be sentenced to death. The Case involves Ernst Nikisch. A prominent writer of pre nazi times anti 21 other principals charged with disseminating propaganda against the regime and with plotting the death of High nazi leaders. But in addition it was estimated that 100 persons linked with the 22 principals would be brought to trial in provincial courts. Originally the trial of Nikisch and the other principals was set for next week. At a conference at the ministry of Justice yesterday however officials for some reason decided to Start it today. It was decided also that the trial should be in two parts. Nikisch and 40 in the town it. Meri Lian a was against the defendants named include William Havein or. And others. Sutherlin amp Sutherlin Aro attorneys. Edward j. Flam Ion is. Mary v Flamion divorce is a new suit. They were married March 1935, and separated in november 1938. The plaintiff a former guard at the state penal farm. Bays his wife criticise i the ror a Parl of which thu v pm pare l ils work wherever it May be and try co it Erat ivc farm Experiment farm families and government partners to interest private capital Coolidge. Ariz., Jan. 3. Sixty farm families recruited principally from migratory labourers Are partners with the Federal government Here in a Experiment designed to interest private capital in mechanized Large scale co operative farming. The Experiment is sponsored by the farm Security administration. It. A. Faul retired As manager Jan. 1 because he does not agree with Fra. Policies. A from my knowledge of the soviet economic set up. He said i would say about the Only difference Between this co operative farm plan and that operated in Russia is that the government is paid its share of the Gross income in Cash instead of the government has invested More than $500,000 to establish the 60 that Nikisch Ami his Al families in comfortable Modem defendants charged with leadership in the alleged treason plot. Nineteen others Are to to tried later. Less serious charges such As preparing handbills attacking Adolf Hitler Cabinet ministers and other prominent nazis Are to be considered first. Then the court is to consider charges legend supporters plotted a reign of of Natonja Congress con the democratic first time is is returned b mature newly elected a Ward a aspects the president lion of the Nev National labor a it s Progress a enemies charge political purpose it finance. It sent for control of pure land May Challen l8 a Fonse plans King this Congress it to ia3 Cabinet shake up w i up at Tommy general 1a and Secretary c. Roper to to with Young and a a dealers. The sen up cited to confirm administrator Harry Commerce Secretary a. Fink Murphy o 3 attorney general make the Cabinet Gly new Deal. Cd Deal Democrat d in control of both Lerva Tive democrats a away and they a he session is very old. President John n. G to these conservatives g Seq to to order at noon. S to clerk Orf the House i of in Over the representatives in. William b. Bank Ca 1, n. 1 j installed As Speakm loj supreme court met also to fit a 1959 session and he ponderous machinery of it democratic government moving full sped to six or tal months. Tomorrow by for a a Joi of House and semite. Prest Roosevelt will deliver his in Ossage on the state of the was a curtain Raiser display r Iorii Harmony. Demour Jato the 76th Congress led or dealers who o stained he in. Alben w. Barkley. A. T Senate and speaker Bank a p Sam Rayburn in the Hote republicans continue urn Al it it in tanned in a no a Tirol 11-line Huni Hoit Mer Hood for a Tichi Dieane Over dirty . Won it objects to living in Greencastle and so on. Fred v. Thomas is attorney. Ralph Hostetter is asking divorce from Vera Mae Hostet tiv. They were married november 22, 1916, and separated nov. 16, 1938. She has Boon cruel and inhuman to him. He alleges in that she has caused him great mental anguish by her refusal to have conversations with him and her refusal to take the plaintiff into Confidence with her regarding matters pertaining to their Home. Fred v. Thomas is attorney for the plaintiff. In the Case of Muaril Lyon against Margaret Ann Lyon the defendant has filed a Cross complaint in which she alleges the plaintiff was rude and sullen toward her and on Many occasions became intoxicated and cursed her that he received $285 of her Money from her and has not returned it. That he wastes his Money. He is earning $125 per month she says and she asks not Only the divorce but $500 Alimony and $100 to pay the costs of the trial. Fred v. Thomas is attorney. Heirs of the late jams h. Job Are concerned in a suit in the Putnam circuit court in which the court is asked to partition property which j it is claimed is indivisible. The land is in Washington township. Plain tiffs Are Ada f. Mccullough. Ertis Mccullough. Florence Meek. Herbert Meek Bemia Preher and others. Mary e. Job. The widow being named As a defendant with others. Hawley amp Stewart Are attorneys. To make attempts on the lives leading government officials. There was some Surprise when it was made known that German newspaper men would be admitted at some parts of the principal trial. Usually trials before the soca Llod a a people so court instituted by the nazis Are secret. Nikisch began his political career in the socialist youth movement. This organization split after the invasion of the Ruhr by the French in 1923. In. Kisch joined a faction which abandoned the socialist doctrine of pacifism in favor of militarism and the idea of a German russian Alliance against France. Nikisch and his followers welcomed the nazis believing they would adopt his ideas. It became Clear that Hitler based his policy on a a drive to the Nikisch was sent to a concentration Camp in 1934. And his newspaper was suppressed because of its increasing tendency to criticize nazi foreign policy. Nikisch was released after six months but was rearrested Early last year on the charge that he indulged in treasonable and terroristic activities during 1937. Homes on 4,200 acres of Fertile irrigated land in the Gila Valley. Approximately $85.000 has been spent to provide them with equipment live Stock and poultry All of which is Community owned. The families did no to buy anything when they moved into the project and they will never own any part of Coull Niril on i Flor tool of turd escaped maniacs w ill in Koi i e to Wiik go to polic Emen and former wife Detec confirmation of Murphy expected preside n t Roosevelt expected to ask Early Senate approval file motion for dismissal in a a is it contested election Wallace Spencer As commissioner in circuit court this morning torn can representing William rits Jorge county commission i of i Chicago. Jan. 3. U1 lives guarded two Homes today while state police from Ohio to Illinois i hailed four madman Arm d with razors clubs and a Hatchet who. Were reported in route to Chicago i to kill tin ii leaders Conner wife and four policemen. The maniacs were Lei by Frank Haines. 36, former Leader of n Chicago Bandit gang. They escaped from the state Hospital for the in few claims Are allowed at meeting two commissioners m e t monday and made two appointments Many o n f i r e n c l s held Washington. Jan. 3. Up former gov. Frank Murphy of Michigan today began his duties As at let Arney general of the United states while president Roosevelt prepare a to Send his name to the Senate for confirmation. Muphy conferred with his predecessor former attorney general Homer s. Cummings who introduced him to members of his staff. President Roosevelt was expected to ask Early Senate approval of his Choice of the 45-year-old, red haired Liberal As a member of his Cabinet. Generally favourable comment with which both conservative and new i a a d senators greeted Murphy a Noni mation indicate i that he would face Little opposition. Little opposition also was expected to the confirmation of former works Progress administrator Harry a Hopkins As Secretary of Commerce he was appointed and sworn in to Bis new Post a week ago. Despite Over criticism of spa Hopkins personally is Well liked on Capitol Tiili and most senators acknowledge his ability As an administrator. The general sentiment appeared to be that the president should have lie right to choose his own Cabinet. Mow ver. Some opponents May attempt to Block Hopkins Ofin nation in an Effort to bring John ii. James succeeds ilk of As county attorney Walter Zieller appointed county commissioners Buford fall and George l. Rice meeting monday afternoon made two appointments and allowed a Small number of claims which had not been before them at the preceding meeting last week. The appointments made were that of John h. James to succeed himself As county attorney for one year and of Walter Keller to succeed him self As a member of the Board of trustees of the Putnam county Hospital. Other appointments usually made at this time of the year were passe i Over until a later meeting. There will probably be no More meetings of the Board until the first monday in february which is the next regular meeting Date and As a result no appointments Are expected until that time. Commissioner fell stated during the afternoon that he Tia 1 offered to make the appointments on the basis of one to two with commissioner Rico that is two Democrat and one Republican but that no agreement could to reached and As a result no places were filled with new appointments and because of thir failure the present incumbents wll continue to hold Over until such tiny As their successors Are named. There were a lot of conferences being held in the court House during the Day and the chances Are that when most of the office holders of Well As office seekers went Home they were a tired an i an unhappy lot. Former f love Rivale Man died at Indianapolis Lee Foj. Appleby. 64 years old die. Sunday in City Hospital in in Lian i oils. He lived at 828 West set Street. Born near Clow r Lale or. Appleby went to in ianapr>li3 in 1917. He was a member of the seventh Christian Church and had b in Iff a cd with the knights of pythias and the Odd follows. Survivors arc the widow mrs. Lota Appleby two daughters. Mrs. Ellen Poole of Indianapolis and mrs. Isabel Mcgleason of South Bend and three Lons. Paul h. Appleby and Appleby of Indianapolis and Frank Appleby of Washington. Funeral services will be head at 10 of clock to Ines Day Niomi in in the Harry w. Moore funeral Home in Indianapolis. Burial will lie in Clover Clale. Heart attack cause of infants death sati rom Judith Ann Hunter two works of infant daughter of or. And mrs Wayne Hunter of near Cloverdale died saturday of a heart attack. The infant was born december 16th. Femoral services were held Monda morning at 10 30 of clock from the Home in charge of the Rev. Arthur Sutherlin. Burial was in the Putnamville cemetery. Nineteen miners attend funeral he Suzuki from Dkl a the of Blazino Coa i. Mini. sunday Momm. At Lima. O. Sunday no it with Fuith rally the Issue of spa Ailman a companion who was captured in1 will a notion for the dismissal of the Quot a of or. Kate Jorke Corle hip the election of Wallace Spencer Republican. The action asked by the actor a is War Laken by the Youit or. Byte Jorge now in the methodic Hospital at Indianapolis continue to serve As through this year after which will he sacred de by or. Spencer no further action has been taken by the attorneys connected with the contest suit of Hay Vaughan. Republican. Against George l. Rice. Democrat t re latter having been declared Oleet. U commissioner from the third in court this morning the court form i can. Cleveland yesterday. Front the captured Man. Russell Nuckley 2s, police obtained information which prompted them to set traps for the fugitives. Me told authorities Haines had confided he was determined to kill his sex wife. Margaret Haines .10. Commissioner who Obla neck a divorce in 1022 and four policemen who were instrumental in breaking up his gang. Two of the policemen. Sgt. Redmond Gibbons and detective Louis Olson fought a gun Battle with Haines and two companions during a Holdup of a handbook july 8, 1931. One of Haines pals. Orle Lehman was killed ant the other. James is ration. Delay May to encountered in the Senate judiciary committee which mayor James presided at first session a 1.1. Abrams appoint Edify attorney to keep it Ity employees to my r on tuesdays toa Quot mature to open thursday statehouse Iii med w Ith activity As final preparations were made Clinton. In Ltd. Jan. 3 a up Nineteen of the 20 miners who were rescued from the Depths of a blazing Coal mine Early sunday morning attended today in a group the funeral of the 20th Jesse Hayes 35. What die i before Rescue was effected. Work in the mines Here and in nearby communities was forgotten an the miners and their families drove Here of the services. In the group of the 19 miners an i their families was George Merritt who broke away with Hayes from the huddled prisoners an i made r mad dash for Freedom. Deadly Quot mint Damp Killel Hayes Merritt escaped death by finding Refuge behind n Canvas clothe until to was rescued hours later by Volunteer workers who had Given him up for dead. Hayes Hail been a Miner for 14 years starting when he was 21. He is survived by the widow and three children. Meanwhile a fire continue to smolder in the mine at Centenary near Here where the men were trapped for 12 hours. Workers have sealed the burning Section an 1 mine of must pass on Murphy s appointment., f rials warned All air must lie pro of anti new Deal forces should at vented from reaching that Section or tempt to question at length the for spontaneous combustion would set it mar governors handling of sit Down burning again. Strikes in Michigan. Ami the attorneys discussed the Cark was captured. Haines escape tie entry should take in the120 years a to in Greencastle the temperature was two below or. And mrs. Russell Pierce were in Indianapolis today. Or. Pierce had just been mustered out of the service. Or. T. A. Sigler addressed after other attempts at Rescue proved futile the miners were save when bulk heals in an abandoned Pas Sag Way were knocked Down and that men helped and carried out just few hours before almost certain death. The state tax Board hearing on the jail Bond Issue and additional appropriations for Putnam county Hospital set for wednesday january 4. At 1 the a. M. In the county auditors office but was captured two Days later meeting of the Indiana horse Breed has been postponed until 9 a icon Taino on Pas a a a a cars association at Indianapolis. Thursday january 5. Indianapolis. Ind. Jan 3. P1 Indiana s state House hum or with activity today As final preparations Wero made for the Slat legislative session open eng thursday morning. A corps of workmen was Busy scouring the House and Senate Chambers. Installing telephones and closing the committee rooms which have housed the overflow from Many state offices. Desks tables and filing cabinets Wero moved into the statehouse Cor lors and set up into makeshift open air offices. There they will remain until March when the legislature adjourns and the committee rooms Are vacant again. Many of the 100 represent tat Ives and 50 senators already were in Indianapolis. Milling about hotel lob and wandering through the statehouse. They discussed the Many controversial issues impending and the chances of the two houses one con oiled by democrats and the of her by republicans to reach comp of Mises and return wyme with a record of constructive legislation. The House will have a membership of 51 republicans and 49 democrats while the Senate will b composed of 34 democrats and 16 republicans. There were Many who predicted that the bipartisan complexion of he Assembly will result in deadlock on Many controversial questions an l hat the 81st Assembly will adjourn after having passed the least number of Bills of any legislature in recent years. More optimistic observers claimed however that the two parties will submerge their differences and attempt to work diligently for the enactment of a Good Quot legislation. The first party fight probably will Bryk out when the almost evenly divided House attempts to organize a though the democrats will nominate former speaker Edward if St in Bloomfield As their candidate speaker there has been no ind cation they will try to Sway Republican votes to their Side. Republican in Moll Nuril on Rnic a a a a i tint Duns for Llu Quot ult a Mun Larrer \ Angelo time on e identified As alleged killer Oil no w Albany meet work with members of water i department monday evening Indianapolis. Ind. Jan. 5. Up to Oral Bureau of i Vestiga Ion agents today widened a Hunt for Angelo to Mono 33, of St Louis identified Sis the alleged Machi Vuin murderer of a new Albany. Ind. Businessman in 1937. Tim Pone a identity was learn Al through a study of fing print it of Joseph Cornell Olaik. Who Aller div entered a night club near Jefferson-1 Ville. In july 2. 1937 in com Nam it with two other armed men. Clark county authorities charge tin Pone alias Clark machine gun no i Clar 1 Ncry Anistes. Fri Headquarters Here said tim it one is also known As Angelo tim Pool. Joseph costello and Robert Amos. He in wanted in Illinois for the robbery of the Venice. 111., state Bank in 1930 and served a five year term in the Missouri state prison at Jeffersonville in 1924 on a charge of first degree robbery. Fri agents Hete entered the when Clark county authorities claimed tim Pone fled across the state line nto Kentucky. Timpone was married in St. Louis mo., and has relatives Resi ing there Fri agent said. The new administration of the City of Greeso get set itself monday evening for four years of labor. The new Mayok d w. I it. James expressed the Evir it Hopes of All of the new Persona 1, when he said he hoped it would be a successful administration the Council met in its first formal meeting monday evening in Tho Council chamber on the second floor of the City building with the mayor presiding in i the new Elk to surer presiding of r the records. The e was quite an audience too. Composed of City employees and friends of see the wheels Start turning. Cigars were distributed to All present. A gift it was announced from Fred l. O hair. Mayor James stated that the meeting was hold to comply with the requirement of the Law that the Council shall meet on the first monday in the year. But the regular meetings. He said will be on the evening used for that purpose by the former a Ministro Tion. Which Are the second and fourth tuesdays of Oach month. The mayor announced appointments As follows City attorn v. Marshal d. Abrams. Street commissioner. Roland Smith. Chief of police. Edward Maddox. Night policemen. Berkley Watson and Logan Woodrum. Secretary of the Board of health or. a. Mccoy. City forester or. T. G Yuncker. Board of Public works mayor James City attorney m d. Abrams councilman Fred Star. Public utilities a Council Ven Robort Stoner and Leon Welch. Fiance councilmen Gwinn Ensign and Leon Welch. Park Board and Airport Board councilmen R. Neal and Gwinn Ensign. The mayor announced City employees now working will be retained at least for the present. Councilman Ensign chairman of the new Board of finance stated his first inspection of the City a budget for this year reveals the fact that the expenditures permitted under it have a been shaved Down to the he called attention to rave rail items in which the former administration left no leeway for the new Council Evi a to m it emergencies. One of or items he mentioned is the $600 earmarked for a new presumably for the file department of which $500 will have to be used at once ill Ali Purchase of additional file Hose to meet the requirements of insurance men. Thor Are at Loist two Small areas in the City which cannot be reached by the use of All the fire in h which the department h i an i other areas to which the Den fitment can Only in one line of to v. I a Ards is of a necessity for an additional line in combating a fire. There was some discussion of the Motif d which must be followed to a Iii i a Money for emergency sex Oendi urls. City attorney Abrams explaining the Law. It was agreed by the member Quot of the Council that tiny will meet with the members of the we ter works Lapaz tent next monday evening for a conf a it Nee it n matters of Mutual in Eres the desire of the water works boat it Ltd work harmoniously with the Council was expressed by bin inv in Stoner a number of the Board. Who was present at the in i a it o o a o o a @ today s weather @ and @ local temperature a o 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 considerable cloudiness tonight an 1 wednesday somewhat colder wednesday and in Northwest portion ton Ghl minimum 9 a. 10 a v a 12 no. 1 f 2 p. 44 44 45 46 47 49 52 57 57. 57
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