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Greencastle Daily Banner (Newspaper) - January 14, 1939, Greencastle, IndianaA a a weather and colder <1 forty seven the daily Banner a it Waves for ally Uthi Home new 1 United press Seh vice a route report 0 cabinet0reexcastle, Indiana Satla Day january 14, 1939 no. 77 Al e emphasized 5 to agree on inv Point f o it France policy of a easement a Rcd Ivr haps mortal blow Jan. 14.�? up a prime ill Chamberlain left by today to report to i Ili inet and parliament stations with Premier Lini. In communique Dei Rinal conversations be Litisha and French pre a red but to emphasize to reach agreement on objective negotiation cd increasingly certain Iain a policy of a Iii l s offered a perhaps or that there could be i Effort to Settle general m problems until the War ended. Erlain left. Viscount Iti Sli foreign Secretary and hint Here had Al Geneva to attend a the league of nations much More importantly i wit h foreign minister Jurnel of Frances every British italian talks were obviously a failure. However they were a ilium pm. On his Way to l i Ilain had pledged him i try to mediate French lances in the Idor was advised at f negotiations now he Lito Geneva to Tell boning Ami to discuss with a Ditc future one in v sued certain though Ilsc was vague that would stick close to or own Good As Well As Pean peace. Guy Harris honoured at banquet Fri. Informal gathering heed at Gobin memorial Chlu itch Man v present leaves for rip lev county Eugene Akers a Mike or reply and introduced others As Impromptu speakers Justice ill a associate Justice Louis Dembitz Brand is 82-year-old member of the United states supreme court confined to his Home in Washington with the Grippe. The Justice a Man of frail physique but untiring Energy took his seat on the High Bench on june 5, 1916. Patrolmen take charge of campers superintendent said Sci at tbb8 would have to go i t he did not know where i Putnam county agriculturists formally said their farewells to Guy t. I Harris retiring county agent at an informal gathering in the banquet room of the go bin memorial Church. Friday evening. Or. Ami mrs. Harris left today for Hilcy county where the former at once begins his duties in the same capacity in that county. There was a Good attendance of farm folks notwithstanding the bad condition of the roads. Those present participated in the pitch in supper and made it a very pleasant sociable affair. As the latter part of the program Eugene Akers of the vocational department of the Greencastle High school and former 4-h Leader for the county presided 1. He spoke briefly concerning the purpose of the gathering and introduced several others As Impromptu speakers. Lowell a. Dicks of million township. Who won sweepstakes at the Purdue agricultural conference with his single ear of yol Low Dent Corn was introduced. Or. Akers in his presentation remarks stressed the Honor that came to the county through or. Dicks achievement. Or. Dicks said he had looked and waited 35 years More Snow or rain is prediction covers Northern states from Rockies to Eastern Seaboard i res moderate Senate import House n t req17 ested for Oak Relief Sikeston to. Jan. 14 up state Highway patrolmen took charge today of an Encampment of More than 200 homeless families camping in the ditches of two federa highways near Here. B. Marvin Casteel patrol superintendent said the squatters would have to go. Hut he did not know where. He expected that Federal and state welfare agencies would offer for that one ear of com some Haven for them. He was accompanied Here for an inspection by adj. Gen. Lewis k. Means of the National guard and state health commissioner Harry f. Parker. It was snowing when they Ai Rived last night. They found men women and children huddled under makeshift shelters a few in dilapidated automobile some in tents but most of them on the ground with blankets or quilts stretched across Sticks above their Heads of Ward off the Snow. Wood was too wet to Burn and there were none of the campfires that had burned throughout the previous nights of the Encampment. Atka less than the campers sail they were 8mre croppers who had been evicted by landlords in the Vicinity anti Ilia a the y were gathered beside highways 60 and 61 both for want of any War by Spring testimony that a major War definitely threatens Europe this Spring to be set Oil by Mussolini s ambitions to imitate Hitler in territorial pains was Given by Joseph p. Kennedy. Ambassador to great Britain and William c. Bullitt ambassador to France at a secret joint meeting of the House and Senate military affairs committee. The envoys Are shown above with the committee chairmen. Loft to right representative Andrew j. May of Kentucky senator Morris Sheppard of Texas. Or. Bullitt and or. Kennedy. Cubs Romp Over Rushville 10- subdue re in rough encounter Here air liner crash kills four persons Elvin Harlan president of the Putnam county farm Bureau will Padgett head of the Putnam county older youth organization Ivan Ruark of the farm Bureau co operative association mrs. Raymond the fray. Wright of the county farm Bureau department of education and sociability Ora Day county chairman of soil conservation work All were introduced by or. Akers and they responded briefly expressing their appreciation of or. Harris and his work and of mrs. Harris As his Helper. Mrs Wright aroused considerable Good humor by a Story she told in which or. Harris was the Center figure. She said he was at the Wright place Early in december at which time he culled their flock of chickens. There was one however which capitalizing 011 their opponent s poor defense and an erratic passing attack the Greencastle Tiger Culis romped Over the Rushville Lions Here last night 40-32. Only in the opening minutes of the first Quarter did Bob Hinshaw s aggregation prove troublesome for inc local quintet. The Downe nun grabbed a 3-0 advantage at the outset wreckage was consumed 111 flames but witnesses disagree tax Stamps show property amount c Lima treasurer Sells i. Re Ltd i red to be itt on intangible in Kopek to blinding snowstorm in new y Ork metropolitan area caused traffic Jam by i Nitro i Ress Snow Anil ale. T covered Northern states from the Rocky mountains to the cast i n Seaboard today disrupted communications and tied up land and air transportation in Many Section. Temperatures generally were moderate however. In Northern Illinois and some Western states Spring like to it nor lures cause i Snow to melt As r. Fell. A blinding snowstorm in the new York Meti poll to area Las night caused one of the a greatest traffic jams in the City a history. The Jam started during the Rush hour when trucks without chains became stalled on Slippery approaches to the Brooklyn Manly than and Williamsburg Bridges. Thousands of motorists were caught in the Jam Many for As Long As an hour in one spot. All air traffic in the area was at a standstill. Plane schedules through i Cut the Midwest were irregular. C. A. Donnell. It. S. Weather fore Chicago. Said the heaviest Iliad Al St taken off and were never headed throughout a 1 the scor it Marker the cubs -6 at the Hanlon and York Start ing York hitting the i from the coffin Corner ran their advantage to 1 Quarter. Hanlon. Coffman and Frazier scored As the locals broke through the visitors defense Casity and the count was 15-11 at half time. Rushville a weak passing offence proved the locals greatest Boon during the third stanza. The bail changed hands frequently us both teams raced up and Clown the floor. With less than a minute to play in the third period coach Downey removed the first five from tin floor. Ton. Jan. 14.�?<up> appeared ready today to where close loan 1 be refusal to appropriate against their treatment 725,000.000 $150.000-president Roosevelt re a linux work Relief in Alva b. Adams d., Senate appropriations i Quot in charge of the Dei f measure announced i missed by the House la3t i he considered monday dieted that it would be the full committee ice causes wreck or. E. R. Bartlett narrowly escaped serious injury Friday when the automobile lie was a riving was involved in a collision at Washington Anil Bloomington streets. Or. Bartlett a new Ous Mobile was extensively damaged. Following the Accident he walked the rest of the ind might reach the Way and met his scheduled classes next week. J heavy slush on Washington Street 0 be fair about it a Adams was blamed for tile mishap As he 1 feel that $725,000.000 skidded Quot Light to be appropriated when he applied his brakes. ,1c the Burden of proof he put off to one Side As not up to and the Rushville squad settled Down the Standard As an egg layer. Haw for some scoring. When the Lions Ever said mrs. Wright she served advanced to within six Points the that Hen at the supper which she and her family gave this week for or. Anil mrs. Harris and he admired it very much As the Center piece of Tho menu. David Grimes the incoming county farm agent was also presented by the chairman and he spoke his farewells to or. Harris and greeted the men and women with whom he and Vic 30 his wife will work. J Rob Hinshaw lion Mentor was unas a tangible testimonial of a a in to be with his team due to ill Precia tion of or. Harris work or was presented a manuscript Book of testimonials from some 75 of his friends in this county autographed into an electric Light pole by them which he received with deep i fee Ling. Who Are recommending genre. We should approx or theory that things Are better not uni Stratton suffered t of the 76th Congress when the House refused. Modesitt Sells business j. Frank Smith recently of Chero. 1 Kate Low. I and Chicago has purchased the Modesitt Fred and Grain co., of tills City it was disclosed t to restore the $875,000. J or Smith has devoted the past and has practical a a nation requested by the 2r> a a a of 1,18 Elf it to,1 ? despite warnings that a n 88 and Ham practical experience in Dituro would Force 1,-1 a very i>ha8cf the . Us. Quot is off Relief Rolls. A to Democrat a most of them inns creatives joined 110 a to scuttle the administer. Ling the Bill with Amend-1 uding one to separate poli Relief the House sent it f 1 i tin on Ihl Irr two sink two a fanese warships 1iai, Jon. 14�? up a mrs. Kennedy 31, expired saturday services will be held monday morning from Reed funeral Home mrs. Gladys Terry Kennedy age ,. About 31 years wife of he Rachel. Cd asserted today that o clo Vordale led Satur. Planes Sank two japanese it at 4 at the Home off the Bocca Tigris forts v Ina of her Mother mrs. Bertha Terry in Anton River in Southern _ a a. A Jefferson township. Mrs. Kennedy demolished japanese Bat. A in. 1 been ill for several months. She shot Down japanese planes. The Ponton i was Well known in both the Belle asserted that 20 chinese Union an Quot Clove Rivale communities survivors Are the husband her mrs. Thelma Sta women on sit Down strike St. Louis. Jan. 14 gup More than 65 destitute mothers dismissed by the spa. Today continued their sit Down demonstration in the City Hall in protest against the refusal of the Board of aldermen to Grant them immediate Relief. A a we la stay Here until we get adequate mrs. Helen Mckinney Mother of two children in 1 Leader of the demonstration said. The women All mothers of children ranging in number from two to six. Began their demonstration late yesterday in the Balcony overlooking the Alderman Chambers. They were dismissed from spa. Along with 1.000 other mothers because they have dependent children and thus Are eligible for Relief allotments under the states Aid to dependent children program. They have been unable to obtain assistance however due to the Lack of adequate personnel in the social Security administration office hero. Earth where it fell was gouged out la three place w Reckage scattered Miles City Mont. Jan. 14 a up a twin motored air liner crashed a few minutes after taking off last night killing four persons. Three fed dial investigators were Rushing Here today to look into every phase of the acc Lent. The planets wreckage was con Numond by flames but there was disagreement among witnesses As to whether it caught fire while still in the air or after it crashed. Operate 1 by Northwest air lines it was bound from Chicago to Seattle. It had been held Here almost two hours by Adverse weather. When it took off at 9 14 p. M. �11 14 p. M. Est visibility was fair Ami there was Little wind. Four minutes after the Takeoff it again reappeared to those on the Field and the Pilot seemed to be making a desperate attempt to land. It crashed within 1.200 feet of the Field. I the dead were Captain c. B. Chamberlain Pilot. First officer Ray Norby. Co Pilot. Mrs. Morgan Morris Mandan n. D. K. F. Zauzmer Billings Mont. . Hewitt. Spokane. Wash., a Mechanic employed by the air line was first reported among tiie dead. He had Boon a a dead head Passeng-1 or Enro Ute to his Home i he grew tired of waiting while Tho plane was being held Here and went to visit relatives at Terry. 40 Miles from. Hero without saying anything to anyone. Therefore when the piano crashed he was believed to have been aboard it. During the Hunting s asm rabbits a a heard later that to had been in the South part of the county Are imported Dea l and said a i Don t smart enough to Tak Refuge in know just How i feel Sha Kamak Park where no Hunting is the air safety Board of the an idea of the amount of property in this county which comes under the a Caster intangible classification is Given by. N is ital Over Illinois in Liana Ken the report prepared in the office of Tucky Ohio. Pennsylvania West virtue treasurer of Putnam county this a Nia Iowa. Minnesota and Wigeon week of the sales of intangible tax sin. He said a Light fall had been re Stamps. Last year. To. Ted in parts of the Pacific North the county treasurer Sells All of we the Stamps require 1 by state Law to he i. Listed additional Snow or be placed upon intangible prop try rain in practically All Eastern and principally local notes and mortgage it to icon portions of the North cent is. Also upon foreign securities held i states today and in most extreme in tiie state. And a a few other items Eastern states sunday. The Snow first stringers were sent on the Hardwood to finish the tilt. The play was fast anti rough. Greencastle had some difficulty in connecting from the free throw line scoring was fairly Evi n during the last minutes of play but the cubs a i Little difficulty in setting the Pace. Final Greencastle 40. Rush the tax rate is one fourth of one n. R cent of value represented by the face of the papers to he stamped. The treasurers a office in 1938. Received from the state a total of $4.050 in Stamps of different denominations. And disposed of $2.847.50 Worth of them returning to the state $1.202.50. Those returned were of the larger denominations which were not required Here. There were 127 of the $2.50 Stamps. 109 of Tho $5.00. And 34 of the $10.00 Stamps. If some of these had been in smaller denominations they would have Beer rold it was said in the treasurers office. The largest number of the Stamps sold were in smallest or the 5-cent denomination of which 1000 were disposed of. Three thousand of the 10-cent denomination were sold 2,000 of the 25-Cvnt 700 of the 50 cent 700 of the $1.00, 41 of the 5 00. 173 of the $2.50. And 16 of the $10 00. This year the treasurers office Lias been sent $4.800 in Stamps by the state department. Will be accompanied by lower temperatures. Investigations forced by g. 0, p. Republicans prove powerful As legislators con Uli i k first full week on i a. Two. Rabbits trapped in Park Are released two net tussles scheduled hen1 Independent a i <111 a it ii out gifts to play monday at gymnast m permitted. If All of these rabbits were permitted to remain in the Park the Young Trees am shrubs would be badly damaged so each Winter after the Hunting season has closed the state conservation department sturts trapping rabbits in the Park and freeing them Over the county. Last year Mere than 50 rabbits Sci trapped and arc released in various parts of the county. State game Warden Sam Morris ays the trap civil aeronautics authority ordered three investigators to the scene. Philip Waiteman representative of the authority in los Angeles left it it nce. Thomas Hardin a member or the Board accompanied by Frank Caldwell chief of the investigation Section left Washington by plane for Here at 8 30 a. M it est it. Persons on the local Airfield said a Doubli Hailer basketball program has been arranged for monday night. Jan. 16 at the Greencastle High school gymnasium for the pleasure of local Hardwood fans. The Greencastle independents will launch the activities at 7 of clock against an All sir pick up team of this City. The Index Cmunt roster will include such players As Garl. Hamm Stone Brackney Thompson w Wiliams an i Bundy. The pick up aggregation will he comprised of coach Indianapolis. Ind Van. 14.-�? �up1 the let Slature concluded first full week of the 1939 cession to i u. Note of governmental investigation. Or the first time since the demotic Cimi. Enc it it of the Early 1930s g. O. P. Legislative bloc proved it. Till enough to Force i i. In 1� a suitors to Sanction four separate investigations. To Dpi twin re that these four a it. Hut the forerunners of a num lit of similar proposals to be by Republican senators and rep a stat Iva. The unwilling democrats were expected to a go along Opall of the resolutions. N a. He Lule i for legislative set tiny in Ier t mis of resolutions a it a cd us week Are operations of the a workmen a compensation rating Bureau the Purchase of school text by , thi $11,000.000 institutional building program enacted by last in Iii is special Pescion. And uie Gross income tax division. Further investigations arc expected to Quot in launched into the state High a y commission the Public welfare department the democratic a two per cent club alleged excessive operating expenses of several state departments awarding of state print ii. Contracts administration of the in a i act and the state ii n i ill my a nil engaged in the warship ent and that 14 plan a Hall Mother one 8i8teron. Brooks of Dubuque. Iowa and two Brothers Lester and Glenn Terry both of near Belle Union funeral services will be held monday mom no at 11 of clock from the funeral Home in Cloverdale. Interment will be made in the Cloverdale cemetery. Koru Moon raid it was the planes at Kong Moon the 20 japanese planes and some of them. A it t came a few hours of it that China had obtained foreign air plane pilots and War i Mes. The Lockheed Zephyr transport with n capacity for 10 passengers und n relation will lie comprised of coaril1 masonic notice Ping this year promis i to result in crw 0f three though it was carry Glynn Downey it no cml by. Marion a i Arch masons it Ecton in a much larger crop of bunnies. The eng four persons apparently develop Hurst Harold a Riopi Crawley Ami the Mirk and fast Mast is degrees first Day this week the traps yield ,. Motor trouble immediately after Rodney Godfrey will be held tuesday evening Janu i 24 rabbits which were freed in the take off. The Earth where it fell the Rev. Beck formerly of this 17th. A pitch in supper for Mem Northern Lewis township. The Rah was gouged out in three places a to will tiring his Christian Church be and the r families will be served bits caught in the Box traps from eating that Chamberlain had tried to basketball team of new Castle to a to Day to Day will be released by the game wardens Over the county. Holdup killer gets life Evansville ind. Jan. 14 Paul a Hinton 20 years old was sentenced to life imprisonment today 20 years ago in Green Castic Pancake to a Landing. The plane was broken up by the crash Anil the wreckage was scattered for More than 300 feet. By the time Field attendants reach local court to meet the Green Aab Christian Church outfit in the see Ond Gam Quot of the evening Ai 8 o Rock. The Chr skin Church boys and the new Castle team will be feted at it 0 30 o clock members Are asked to bring a covered dish. Prosecuting attorney Fay s. Hamilton wan in Spencer on business. Or. And mrs. E. B. Taylor went to for shooting Charles Mcjohnson in Indian polls to attend the Pei hmm the Abdomen and hand in a liquor Unce of a Flo Flo Quot it English s. Store Holdup Christmas eve. Mcjohnson has recovered. Hinton after hearing circuit judge John w. Spencer or. Pass sentence held up his right hand and said Quot thank Ance of James Hughes ton of judge Lames p. Hughes was confined to his Home by illness. Elmer Crawley went to Danville to assist in organizing the county for armenian ar.syrian Relief. Al the wreckage the fire covered it. A banquet at the Church following it was some time before the fire had burned itself out sufficiently to permit removal of the bodies. The encounter. Senator o. Bruce Lane from Putnam a. N Montgomery countries in a am an i Montgomery counties is named a member of the committee from tic Indiana Senate which will investigate the recent selection of school texts by the state Board of education. Senator Lane introduced the Resolution which asked for the investigation. O a a a a a a a a a a a today a weather a a and a a local temperature a the Public in general has been in. A a a a a a a a a a a cited to witness the two games no Cloudy or rain saturday admission will he charged no probably sunday colder in the a North portion sunday much colder a representative it. H. Richards Aigbe. From Putnam Owen counties on Friday introduced into the lower House minimum of the state legislature a Resolution c a a m providing that the office personnel 7 a a of the g. A. K. To housed in the and g a m mutant general s office As n health p it. M. Measure. The Resolution was adopt 10 a. M. De unanimously. 1 11 a. A. 31 82 s3 33 35 37. 37
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