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Greencastle Daily Banner (Newspaper) - January 18, 1939, Greencastle, IndianaA weather a nil colder v 4. 4� 4� a a 0 Okay seven the daily Batter a it Waves for ally All the Home news United press service $ Ujj guard after thrown a lists plan Long bombing in sign Ikrkus guarded a of radio cars Ini Obi firearms were 1 11 or up extra a Ina were posted 1 Street the hours Cine Cut Cbpnrt-1 in Assisi today received word ? s planned a Long. Campaign a. It no. 10 a own it Ial res acc of s Ville Chamb Colaia i forced during the Joti morning. Polios in in pairs at inter throughout the area. Iio Ritin Deci to i itch guards at the a i 1 t Nemhard to 1 inside As Well a. Pics building. Til who constitute celled out to us. Police Force. 11 an 1 Railroad were warn to wreck i mobilized a special _ 11 a to go to the scene tempt and issued Del officers. La in ii policeman of or 1 not carry tit if a were convinced f 1 a Bing outrages i i provinces were per-�ent3 of the a Irish re which announced by Sun Lay that it inline soldiers and a it tit of Northern ten uce of a Cam of an Coli in. 4ng Northern f As the new state of site Cal that air treat men. Sight War held at connection with the try took its new pm jut ions today when it r ung from authorities Pital of North m inc no Campaign of bomb desperate Moil must f the special Branch of u chive i evidence that �6 irishmen with bag i believed to have Dis arrived at a Lan a from Northern Ireland i in cd Date a scattered gland. Gingham and Lfn-1 the particular targets c Iii ing gel ignite were found Lato la Pov or Pylon the Manche to Sli p Anear a. Res to the 1 it a timed to go off clock had Stoppe k wa3 rent to the London to to stud cd these explosives 1 a efforts Ortii inc nip sign Guiday to plants w iter works it is. The Pylon at e found conies pow 1 Roas. Also As wires i supports Croas the Point canal traffic 1 n disrupted. There 12 pounds of Yna mitc in the three Nocki. T. Meeting hero this j to consider outrages fully of Eire 1 Ireland met t orday under prime on Valera. A spokes-1 award that the Cabinet Turbed at developments. Handler will headline democratic editors dinner Oree n cast i j5, wednesday january 18, 1939. No. 80 Indianapolis inc., Jan. 18. Gov. A. B. Chandler of Kentucky w 11 Iver to principal address at the ind Ana democratic editorial Ai social on banquet it the Claypol hotel on saturday night feb. 11. Sharing speaking honors with the 40-year-old Kentucky governor a one of the most colourful political f cures in the Middle West will be a gov. M. Clifford Townsend of in Liana. Frank Mihalc a ional com Matt Lemon wlm represent High commissioner Paul v. Mcnutt on the program and if senators Frederick Van Niiya an i Sherman Minton a o or sent they will be asked to speak briefly. Quot the association is very Happy governor Chandler could of copt our invitation Quot said Dean l. Barnhart of Goshen pres Dent of i. D. E. A. Quot Chandler has a reputation for b ing an entertaining As Well As a forceful speaker. He will not senators oppose Smith confirmation investigate rec k snowfall beautifies All of u suspect Roosevelt would abandon him for in in. Likely candidate named could ii it avoid dispute by sending name of some other Appel Arteo j Slier of l wrench Graham and Deputy so Riff the n Vand ver were called Cut a. 7 of clock this morning to a Point on s ate Road 43, near the Thad Jones farm South of town where a Semi trailer had struck the rear of a Coupe and had caused damages of approximately one Hun dred a cd Lars to the passenger car. The freight vehicle was driven by Ralph Nash employed by the me temperature a Millen feel company of it Wayne t v i i almost replica of that which we had sunday record seven inches above j prepare for farm management school committee met tuesday ter noon with David Grimes in court House Washington Jan. Is. Eupr of a passenger and the Driver of the Well informed senators tol 1 the Semi trailer coming up b Hind did United press today that Donald not Sec in he informed the office s. Smith Coul i not be con a firmed for Anothy National labor ii11gig Vita ,4 relations Board Terra an that Percsi Joll w ii til ii in Lent Roosevelt probably would an nor him. Smith s removal under those Cir-1 cum Stancea appeared to be the in tet native to an pm Burror ing rep ration of n major new Deal a _ to tee. He is serving n v under a Defeated state candidates recess appointment but in the or obtain statewide Linary course Liis name would have recount to be submitted to the Senate for the Coupe win driven and owned had there been u we nil to cause time by Donald Morrison Cloverdale route 2. He had slopped his car. Headed North to permit the egress writer leaves Mexico Mexico City. Jan. 18 f. Ink l. Kluckhohn the first n w p ipod Man to be Expella i from a Quot co in recent year loft by plane be i y for the in ted states u 1 1c mexican Inte for Par in Cade j leave the country before n get. Mexico newspapers fail it m a ton the mat r. The give press department a a i it v. D pleased with his Patches on ious occasions Kluckhohn we c a respondent Here for Ike n w a a k committee to be asked to Cut Bill i other slash in deficiency me appropriation is i be ted m let i chances drifts Mould have Ren link Vahle system under consideration All but one member of the committee on arrangements met with the coun y farm agent. David Grimes in Liis offer tuesday afternoon to pm Parr foe the county farm management school which is to be held in the court mouse All Day. January 20. Which is next thursday. The committee members present veep Howard Hostetler chairman 1. A. Dicks Eugene Hutchens r. T. Coffman Francis Lane and Webb Evans. Tho tentative program includes Tny is by s o. Hessler Purdue farm management specialist find local men. The Forenoon session will open at 10 of clock. At that session. Or. Header will speak on a the place of the hog Enterprise in the farm and l. A. Dicks will talk on a profitable cropping systems and variations Best suited for Putnam at the afternoon gathering Ora Day will address the fir fryers on a adapting farm management prac to Ces to the aaa or. Day is county soil conservation chairman. During the afternoon or. Hess scr a ill speak on a the general Agri Cul Uril situation and How to take advantage of prospective conditions in. 1930.�?� there will be election of officers and prizes will be announced in connection with a tru false questionnaire copies of which will be distributed to the persons in the audience during the Forenoon with a request that they Check their guess As to the answers and sign their name to the mimeographed sheets. Francis Lano will he in charge of the quiz. Cd affirmation. My. Roosevelt could the dispute by fending up the name of some other and Smith would leave office on the confirmation of his Eccesso \ former Hep David j. L win of Maryland has been mentioned As a Likely Candi a ate for the Job. Or. Roosevelt hacked Lewis last year in Tho to Calls i a a purge Campaign against sen. Millard e. Tydings conservative Democrat of Maryland. Tydings was renominated Lewis a Socrat of Long and distinguished Floyd testified gave several explanations Why Tex Hooki might to higher in Indiana Indianapolis ind., Jin. 18 up creation of a now system whereby Defeated state candidates could obtain a statewide i count of go Rural election ballots came up for it is iteration of the Senate to Lay. Meanwhile the Senate committee investigating textbook purchases by record abandoned seat in the the state Board of education studied Fri if to carry new Deal colors in testimony presented at the first the democratic primary Campaign hearing yesterday afternoon by he is g9 years of. Considerably be Floyd i Mcmurray superintendent Pond the average of Roosevelt apr Public instruction . The civil War was re fought in the my. already has found 1 Nythy hearing us Mcmurray responsibilities for some the fended a history textbook which new dealers who suffered primary Many persons charged portrayed the or general election defeats. He Nam eme of the confederacy in a Light e l former ser. James p. Pope d., j More favourable than the Union. Idaho to the Tennessee Valley and the recount Bill a special order ministration. Former gov. Frank a of Busin is at 11 a. M. Is a direct out Murphy of Michigan was confirmed growth of last fall s closely contest yesterday As attorney general. Eri general election in whip a a defeat or. Roosevelt has not confirmed Republican candidates were the report that he will abandon nod recounts in seven counties by a Smith. Questioned yesterday at his ruling of the state supreme court regular press conference he avoided the High court held that a recount committing himself either to band of state races must be conducted in on Smith or to undertake 1�?Tie hot Alt counties not in a selected few. Fight his nomination would bring. A the republicans said they did not it is known however that or. Have i Tough Money to finance or. Have enough Money Roosevelt a representatives Canna statewide recount. The Senate Bill Ned senatorial sentiment and have is Sigrid to remedy this situation be n advised by Tome of those ques under its provision a Defeated toned that Smith would be rejected candidate would present to the us if his name were presented. A demo promo court Prima Facie evidence of cratic senator entirely in sympathy fraud or mistake in tabulating the with the National labor relations act and convince that Smith pro Purly performed his duties As a labor Hoard member told the United press that it did not now seem possible to confirm him. To. H also would Post a $5000 i n i. Tho supreme court then would decide whether there was sufficient evidence of fraud or error to warrant a recount. Of a recount was ordered the High Tuc tit of it note it Berkeley Granite comp inv. To a i in n Napolio is. First citizens Bull c l ii is Trust company. It a Guarden far i can Frank Wiley con act f n King by the Couit that it r cover of defendant he sum of $270. President said smaller amount would i it lid of to 000.000 persons county Sci tools rec Pic a h a Tota i. Of s a ii 550 in til rent Semi Ann Al distribution of teachers fund bulletin Washington. Jan. 18. Up a Hie Senate Commerce committee today approved the Nom nation of Harry l. Hopkins to be seer try of Commerce anti sent his name to the Senate floor for debate and a final vote on confirmation. Washington the Senate Appi Niit tee on Relief Day will be a it a Ajan. 18. Up of privations of com it was Learned toil to chop Ano h r a cab rvs y a i Ich pm the of the Cath. Hereabouts last night. It a n Almo t a ple i of that visit 1 us. Sin in. At that time seven inches f u the por it of last no it who a i it a deeper than that earlier in the a k Rcv Vever an i a Little to c Beautiful. Like that earlier o a this f ill coated Trees Rndall shrubbery Vea Dow. To the tiniest Twig with All the that could cling to . Apparently All that came in Contact with a Twig or limb remained where it fell. There was not Crough wind to Loo fran it. It was Damp too. But not mol3t enough to Settle much on Cheeks totalling $16.550.03 w. Tile Ferrou id Neftci it fell. That the Nal Letl la state monday. Jan a a Tell that Thor a y 16. To the schools in up Nam county in the current Semi annul dist Lution of teachers Silary funds made available by the Gross income tithe county s share is part of a Sta a Widi distribution of $6,968.850.00. The a had i to of s i a la cited school funds on the b is amount of tic real i it recipe italian could be gauged pretty accurately with a measuring stick in taking the a t Pali that was Toiv teds morn Iny. As was True with Tho snowfall earlier this week thin one wan rot drifted by the wind. Had there Boon a it ring wind drifts on roads would of 700 and rally have rendered impassible with out the use of equipment to remove . Drifts form where tie re Are obstructions to the free movement of the wind Aryl whatever now it is for each teaching payments january 16 were made for each teaching unit. Teaching units Are a sed on an average Dail carrying a Ion with it. But the attendance of third a five Uro i. Drifts arc not on the i Side of these obstructions which Are usually fence.1 but arc on the i c Side the wind being deflected upward by the obstructions carrying the Snow with it As it lines. But the Snow Falls to the around a again after the obstruction is passed. This accounts for drifts in roads where there Are we grown wire fences rail fences. Pupils or Twenty five h go school pupils. A total of 19 nil such units were allocated in making the present Strib Utu is. According to j Wiliam Bosse director of so Atisa is and finance for the in part it of $225,000.000 Fjone the deficiency Relief Appio Iati in ill reducing it to $503,000.000. Administration Cadera appear i a i Littig Chance of i the figure requested by pro ident Roosevelt $875.000,000. They were concentrating on efforts to hold Tho appropriation at least to the $725.000.000 voted by the House last week to continue work Relief until july 1. The move for a $ 575,000.000 Cut in the presid nth a estimate of works Progress administration needs will be made by a prominent member of the committee who is a close adviser to the Senate anti spending bloc. He Sai i that if the committee rejected his motion lie would a go along with those supporting the House figure. The president s statement at his press conference yesterday that the $150.000,000 reduction approved by the House would Force More Viiar 1 030 000 workers off spa Rolls by ertuo3.tic.ti. A similar distribution of june 1. Was disputed immediately by $350 a unit is scheduled for next a Hairian Alva b. Adams d., colo., july. Of the appropriations subcommittee. In addition to the school Strimbu i. Roosevelt said that because and such obstructions on the wind i tons. The Gross income tax. Which is Ward Side of the roads. With a temperature Only a degree or two above freezing the snowfall did net become an Sodden with water As did that earlier thin week and automobile drive wheels found it easier to grip the Road surface so that there were not so Many cases of stalled or skidded cars. Thi3 would to fire weather for Sleigh ing but alas there Are no sleighs. In Days of old the livery stables and Many private citizens by far the largest contributor to the state general fund has enabled the state to match the county Una s it of government Dollar for Lar on welfare Coats old ago pensions Aid to dependent children Aid to the bind Gross inc me funds provide a proximal to a Cne third of the to Al operating Copens s of in schools Gross income tax collections and distributions Are schedule i to run neck and neck during 1939, cd Jacc tons for the last y or totalling a Nouai. Tax Sale to be ii flip in april county auditor Gilbert f. Ogles my his of ice staff arc now Busy transferring delinquent taxes to the r w tax books and making arrange Menta for the annual publication of i intr it taxes which wll be Don a in March. The annual tax Sale that formerly was hell ill february Tris a b or change t a april. Or. Golca stated this morning that there is a great Quantity of Oclin int tax on personal property probably More than usual. This is sub to to delinquent penalties the same or applies to real property taxes. He i Quot serving now under a recess court would appoint two state . Hin first term As a mint commissioners one from each heard member having expired after political party. They in turn would Congress adjourned last june. N Une county commissions to count the ballets. After the votes were t Hula ted the results would be turn appeared Long age Over to the supreme court and i pc uld Deci e which candidate was a h i Winner. Should the Defeated candidate be adjudged victorious by the recount a in Bond would be returned and the int a woul 1 pay All costs of the Case. Had sleighs even though they were. A a. A two million and 1939 Schmo rot used oftener rom years than.,. R a a Mil lit. Once or twice. Other years however they were co Etimos in use through a number of Coka. In 0 10 former Greencastle livery Man Clarence Vestal this week had an inquiry from a student for a Sleigh. Or. Vocal told him he could furnish tit Sleigh b 1 is and the Lap Robe but the inquirer would have to go elsewhere for the Sleigh itself and the horses. The livery Dable Sleigh Dia hut there m in be u of distributions stacking up fourteen million for the schools six million for regular welfare re views. And two million additional As a r suit of lowering last year the minimum age requirements under the of i age program from 70 to 65. Paul Williams died a to Lihs la discovers wife killed in Horn o. Hes Dunt e c. Minton of pin 1 delved word 1 Zinath. Top Boly will it i e Early morn ices will b held from Unertl at to -1 will be in him Vas a form resident 4 it tel Deposit a Ani Quot titles. Hli wife who several Motha ago Vai of m. And mrs. We daughter. My. Win. Nohn Nebr to nil on of Chicago survive. Blow from Ham old takes life of Indianapolis to Man a seek visitor Indianapolis ind. Jan. 18 min. Corrie let. Ii Rolff Blond 04-1 year old wife of a 28-Ycar-old 10-Ront store Miloye wan found dead in her an ramen Here Lart night her and beaten n with a claw Hammer j Deputy Coron r Norm in h. Boo i in a Biow behind the Temple hard enough to break the a mme handle. Old Ltd h r. Her husband. Daniel Romig foun l a be Belv in the bedroom when he returned for work. It Active Sergt. Jesse Mccarty rid eve Dence showed she had a visitor. In a he living room a Silver tray two cum of mrs Romig s Best can i in which Coffee had been 8 red. Two Ash t ays full of cigarette Butts and some Candy were found. Beria Othea were mused up a Mccarty said several rings bracelets and a brooch which Rumig said his w be or Ned were missing. . Anna Mcmahi lapsed to Vav tuesday mrs. Anna to Mohl age 74 year i. Died to Lay afternoon at her Home in Mai Ion township following an illness of several months. Survivors arc three sons. Albert at Home o e residing in California would be forfeited to defray expenses in i another i siding at Birdseye. Ind and one sister mrs. Ida b i to Htiu band. Uicha-1 Mcmahel a it Atco that charges against the his preceded her in Cath three years try Book notably Tinl it contained j a Rea of Abraham Lincoln friends nay Call at the Shannon a rounded and showed Mem funeral Homo this afternoon and four Ruch pictures. It develop evening thursday morning the holy Quot i that the Book previously used in be taken to Eckerty. Ind. Where i Quot a Quot to pictures of funeral 8crvlce3 will be held at 10 30 c clock. Services will be held Fiji Day afternoon from Rector funeral Home a he lost again however the Bond r Tho recount. Mcmurray told the textbook com a few of those pleasure giving vehicles stored away in Sheds on farms around Over the county. All and truck Drivers who w re forced to travel the High ways duing the Snow Futorm last Paul Williams ago a Bou 56 y r night had to exercise the utmost Well known local resident lied i by Ute on. To keep on the morning at i Hom Quot on the Slippery condition of the Ronda Martinsville Street following a two j t Jvn a her to a 11kblr funeral to be held thursday afternoon 20 y oars Alio in grfenca8tle and the obscuring of vision by Snow years illness. Accumulating on windshields and or. Williams was Horn january windows being the causes of the Dif 26. 1883 the son of Jesse Aryl Eva faculties tiie Snow was s it heavy the Burnett Williams he had up it most wipers became clogged of his life in Greencastle and was and were unable to a clean j a employed at the Cement Plant for in removing it from the gins. So Vera a years. Due to these conditions lust night. Survivors arc the Widm Fred Pease of this City us two Blanche Williams his or Lier is. Hours time in returning Home from Eva Williams of ind Anapolis. Two Terre haute and other Drivers had Sisters mrs. Charles Jacobs it of to i similar experiences. Tana. Miss Hazel Williams of in Lia the state and Federal highways Napolis and two Brothers. Clyde end were kept cleared of Snow by the Lee Williams. Both of this City. H state Highway Force that pertain Only daughter. Freda preceded him ing it a Flo to the route of Sta e Road 43 in death june 28, 1938. Through Greencastle but there was funeral services will he held Friso much moisture in the air that it Day afternoon at 2 30 o clock from accumulated on the pavements and the Rector funeral Home. The Rev. Foze in such rape tha the soar c. M Mcclure of the Gobin Metho plows could not remove it. There was very go neral Happy will be in Forest Hill cemetery. This morning upon tha friends May Call at the Williams each spa worker has Between three Anil three and one half depend Lents an appropriation of $725.000.000 would deny Relief assistance to 4,000 000 or 5.000,000 persons. Referring to it the figures Adanis said a tie \ create a a wrong impression. Tin whole tiling boils Down to a question of cold Hoo l mathematic a lit said that an estimate based on the $150.000 000 reduction and on re ii costs of $62 per month per Man the net reduction in the Rolls Over the next five months would be approximately 500.00c. A those Are the facts Quot he said. Or. Roosevlt indicated agreement we i mayor Fiorella h. Lac Guardia a a new York who told the sub com to it it a Laj that cities through a i to Robin try would he unable to a. It f a a i a worker., removed from be a i Rolla a who will pc these people. If the refuses to it and Ike a a a i at unable to a the president w. 1 asked. Ill a. I i to at he was a King him tha. Question. A a la a i a j that so far As new Vork a concerned the problem w so leg rot a the legislature has placed re inti Lens on new York City spend a the City is not at its financial capacity. I of its Legal capacity right to go before Tho of Tho limit its at the the mayor ii 4 is hit ii re and have that situation la Guardia who said he a begged an i pleaded with the committee to support an $875 000.000 appropriation was followed on the witness sound by David Lasser head of the workers Alliance a Union of spa worker. Lasser who raised the threat of a i in omit i ii ni�1 on thu two funeral services for Addison he Frank bittle3 Rcpt ted the handle her Well known local resident who factory which burned Down the night died monday Midnight will be hoi 1 before was fully covered by insure thursday afternoon it 2 o clock from Ance and that work would be started tin Home on West Franklin Street at once on a new Plant. Quot the fire the Rev. V. L. Raphael pastor of was first noticed by a Little Daugh a. Presh Terlan Church will off Sci ter of Frank Bee the Little girl cad comment. Lee. Interment will be made in for the attention of mrs Alice Bow a Beauty of the views nth s Klein to Home at 80 Martinsville Street. C3t Hill cemetery. Pall bearers will Man who turned in the alarm Quot said enhanced by the i mind coating of he Paul Grimes Clarence Vestal the newspaper of that c. County clerk Harry w. Moores once of Trees and shrubs. Ont Man annual report give 170 As the number of marriage licenses to the year before <185 this last year 28 divorces 58 this last year 36 pen in farm escapes <26 last year. Ail cub scouts and All boys 0 to see vices of the Christian chuch 12 interest l in cub scouting Are mrs Clay Brothers Sang with mr3. Urged to meet in basement of second Luethge Quot whispering mrs. Boy scout troop no. 43 will meet Cen be will he installed a Treasu or word school building thursday of Young Sang Quot of divine redeemer Quot by tonight at 7 00 o clock. All members it r Latch Dnad a l Ipp i tiv at 4 Oplt a 1 Gounod. Quot Art. Urged to be present. Cerise i stalled. It Job i olt to t a a a it Justl Ell a e 1 1 a a a 0 e amp a it o amp o o # # i today a weather a it is and a 0 local temperature 0 dust Church will officiate interment 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 mostly Cloudy Snow in North portion somewhat colder tonight Frank Robert. Fred c. Gautier an i Henry a Verneke. Attention cub scouts the otherwise drab want r appear 1. O. O. F. Lodge he�?T.installation tuesday who drove from Crawfordsville Early Putnam Lodge no. 45 i o. O. F. Raid the View out of the big Wal installed the following officers at nut Bottom lands from the Hill North regular meeting tuesday evening of the Bridge Over that Stream was Noble grand. Phillip g. 11 rim vie a most grand. Robert Dean financial Secre tary o. T. Elllis. Robert l. Pierce. Who was unable to be present last thursday becoming fair in South considerable cloudiness in North portion. Minimum. 30 6 a. M. 33. 8 a. M. 32 a. M32 10 a m. 32 11 a m. 32 noon 30 1 p. M. 30 2 p. A. 30
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