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Greencastle Daily Banner (Newspaper) - January 19, 1939, Greencastle, IndianaOf e weather Ami warmer t it the daily banned a it Waves for ally 9 h a 4 cd 4 All the Home new s 4 4 United press service 4 q44444444444� l Dikty seven Indiana Tiht Landav january 1�, no. 81 ration nos being id in co. Ii i k of county a via lace As Wouk i its Peak i i i to St a of listed under i oink informed in and by mall Jefferson and Floyd a i at Home by their neurally wednesday j of going Cut on Trio attend the meeting their communities at ration of the soil con rain in Putnam coun explained to tho3c at a of agriculturists >1u Union and the meetings wa3 very i by the Adverse driving Vas reported at the of 1 qty aaa organization. However those who placated an interest in in which members conservation . P in held in the school ii Union was attended in. New county farm Day county chair Sizer Vaitoa work. It a tar meeting waa a i Ernon Gardner of the1 of the conservation or j Henry m. Havens county comm tire. Lug the Greencastle be held in the court in b lived driving con improved sufficiently Iauch larger attendance. Also the Russell a a ting will be held in the Gyanu cum at Kimsell Quot hint Warren township Rby Farmers will Gath Unity Hall at Putnam a div afro tin Clinton Jcu Turista will meet to be in the Clinton it building. A it Ler of the Oche jul i a Tings will be held next Cal assemblies of farm car familiar with the the soil conservation its operation to those a Ewing questions and e details desired a pcs local meetings a Vic will be held for the of the townships at ill receive special in iter that county Gath a hip committee it i will conduct meet a Spect ivc Community the Farmers of those a office of tiv aaa is a , right now. This girls were added to Force. The principal eth clerical staff Juri Oil a Fon i letter to j l i to county or Para a meeting in the 500 names i the m a till conservation office a i owners or tenants it by Firma. In some Ich there in a tenant n ten lit of one farm Ich. Which f in inc Quot on the mail Connie crabby Large of Fin it 13 i the 1 Recor 1 a give ?. 7is or of farms i i the count in or front Hgt to it a. The re 1 r giving in detail Oil depict eng crops pc of irine., and it the local re i Armor will he shown f pm giving the Shapo acreage of each Field he i be the business of the end the owners or ten at some agreement As will he Plante i in each ply with the crop restricts. At that to me. Each to told the Smout r which he will Reed sea with the program. Itch at the office of the program that 67 per Putnam Farmers complied Gram in 1938. Mid year c on Ferenc e at i i b Ai a no i i Inri All the Baptist Church j each inn 1 if Bible school enjoy dinner the mid Yea conference of the a Baptist. Churches of the White licit Assoria Ion will to it it held with the fit t Baptist Church of this City tomorrow Friday. The morning sess on w 11 begin at 10 00 of clock and the afternoon session at 1 00. Spec Al speakers on the Days pros m will b Rev. S. G. Huntington Field representative of Indiana Raptis. Convention and Rev. W. R first Christian Church teachers and wives entertained wednesday Hutcheson were guests Tion. Or. William a. Petzoldt for 35 Yea 3 a m ssi onary among the Crow Indiana will bring the closing address a it 2 30 p. M. Or. Petzoldt is a captivating speaker. The Public is cordially invited to hear him. Delegates from 14 churches Are expected to be present. The conference will close at 3 15 p. M. Covers were Laid for 45 of staff and idioms at an enjoyable meeting in Church m0n0n train hits truck is derailed North round passenger train no. A derailed at Bain Bridge at noon North bound Monon passenger Trein no. 6. Due Here at noon struck a Semi trailer truck at the crossing of state Road 36 at Bainbridge and Mort of the train was Raile i. According to Early reports received hero from Bainbridge. First reports said no one was injured unless some of the passengers were Hurt and it was believed More than Likely that some of them were injured. Monon station officials Here knew nothing about the Accident when asked by the Banner at one of clock but some information was expected inter in the afternoon. The truck was driven by Leo the officers and teachers of the first Christian Church Bible school together with their husbands and wives enjoyed a charming dinner in. The Church Parlours cd Sci Day evening. Or. And mrs. W. It. Hutcheso who Are leaving soon for a leisurely a t Iuis around South America were j invited As guests of the staff. Covers were Lai. For forty five. Tile parlor was beautifully decorated with the ship Motif. Red candles set in Crystal holders and a sailing ship Model lamp which diffused a red Light through its Parchment Shade shod a soft Light Over the daintily appointed tables. Place car is bearing the sketch of either an oceangoing Steamer or the map of South America had been prepared by mis it Dorothy Knudson of the Art department of the High school. Individual bricks of ice Cream each bearing the figure of an old Spanish Galleon w re served for dessert. Following the dinner a Short pro Gram of music was Given by Mem Iris of the staff and their families i miss Mary Louise Hoffman and Maurice Kersey Sang solos. A male Quartetti composed of e. R. Bartley to a Mck Ehnen Maurice Kersey and Cecil Fellers presented three num Bora. Or. Hutcheson was asked to give a sketch of their coming cruise which he did in his interesting and witty manner. Mrs. E. R. Bartley unon behalf of the staff presented of Vincennes. The car. The Honor guests with a bouquet of a tar was loaded with Henvy Rolls of 1 better times roses paper. When the train hit the truck. It unconnected the trailer from the cab and As a result the cab was not imaged. Bringwald drove the cab Down the Road and brought it to a Quot top following the crash. The truck wan headed West. The Impact derailed the locomotive five cars. No one was injured. Indianapolis livestock s7.40-$7.95 100-160 lbs., to Strong -100. Steers i log receipts 5.000 Holdover 98 m Uklet 10 cents higher 100-200 lbs. $8 $8.15 200-300 lbs., 300-400 lbs., $6.90-17.10 $7.25-$8 sows steady mostly $6.25-.$6.85. Cattle 900. Calves Strong heifers steady bidding weak 10 lower on cows Moat steers $8.75-$10.50 Choice 1.340 la. Steers $12.15 bulk heifers $8-$9.50 veal cars 50 cents higher top $12. Sheep 2,500. Lamb steady bulk 11 tier Grade $9-$9.25. The guests of the staff were completely surprised As they had been called to the parsonage by the minister and his wife under pretext of joining the family in a simple dinner. The Surprise Clement adde to the enjoyment throughout the even ing. Appears Here tomorrow night Ivy pm a a a t a a or t1 r automobile Industry is a a enrolled ready to use factories in army s preparedness drive to produce plane parts the gue Castle High school a Cappella a Clr Unic. The direction of Bjornar Bergethon will male is formal debut tomorrow night at 8 00 o clock n the High school auditor us. Members of the choir an fir t Low a from left Dorothy utter mar Era a an Anna Man Eit cd. Joan Crawley Mary k i a the a Quot Ceca and Row Mary Lou Hoffman Mary Neal Lane Smith can of Eiteljorge Evelyn Crump. Jeanne a. A. Mary Jolman Effie brat Lorraine Eren be. Marion rec third to a Charles Sheridan Jimmie f Ilman. Andrew Walbring Eugene new gent. Pauline Johnson Fern Alexander Aileen York. Bonnie holds Berry Ruth Daggy Giorge Taylor fourth Row Harold Craver Frank Overhalser Eugene Huber Kline r. Ves Joe Bamberger Junior fish Lson Thomas Roberts Howard Buis Eugene Myers. A not in picture to up hmm ade., Mil ire a of Neal. Denies Selling planes to Japan c okie ovation Namkit by state when no be i out was made oppose repeal of labor Rill favor stir by of nation a i. Labor relations act Lee sire to Amend it asks for report of company fees indicates that out of state finance companies have not paid tax. Washington. Jan. 19. It up it democrats on the House labor com-1 Mittee indicated today that there 1 was Little Chance for adoption of a Bill presented by rep. C. Arthur Anderson re a mo., for repealing the National labor relations act. Rep. Robert ramspeck d., ranking Democrat on the committee Ai that he in opposed to what he knew of the Bill. Chairman of the committee is hop. Mary t. Norton Champion of new Deal labor legislation. Who engineered passage of the wage hour Bill at the last aes a Sion. Although opposed to Andersons j i c Nosul ramspeck said he favored a study of the act with a View to amending it. There is a Strong bloc in Congress especially in the Senate Winch plans to change the Law at this session. It contends that the act should be revised to eliminate alleged inequitable features for eni East Hartford. Conn. Jan. 19 it a Fps the United air Cfaft Cor portion denied today that it has sold air planes to Japan since july 1. 1938. When Secretary of state Cordell Hull requested All american aircraft makers to withhold their products from nations engaged in bombing civilian populations. The corporation was named by the state department last week As the Only manufacturer that had failed to accede to the request. The United corporation said in a statement that it was under a previously signed agreement to furnish propeller forgings and parts to a japanese manufacturer but announced that Quot arrangements have been made whereby United aircraft is relieved of this voluntary action of plane manufacturers in refusing to a amp products to Japan at Hull s request was disclosed in a report of the National munitions control Board to Congress. It showed that United obtained a License for the exporting to Japan during december of 600 prop Der Blade forgings valued at $102,000. Properly tax is subject of Rill would exempt All property taxes on first $5.000 valuation of Homes Indianapolis. Ind., Jan. 19. A up the property tax for Home owners in Indiana would be reduced rustan Lilly by a Bill ready for in try in the state Senate today. Draft i by so n. John Bright Webb i Indianapolis the measure would exempt All property taxes on the first $5,000 valuation of Homes occupied by their owners. Frankfurter to take Moalli to make first official Row to society by attending White House dinner Washington. Jan. 19.�?�up Felix Frankfurter. President Roosevelt s third appointment to the supremo court will take the 03th of office As an associate Justice today. The 56-year-old Harvard flaw proves or and mrs. Frankfurter left Boston last night by train they will make their first official Bow to capital society tonight by attend Webb emphasized that there would the annual White House dinner Williams rites to be at three o clock k funeral services for Paul Williams who died Early wednesday morning will be held Friday afternoon at 3 of clock instead of 2 30 As was previously announced from the Rector funeral Home. The Rev. C. M met Cluro will officiate. Interment will be in Forest Hill cemetery or. William was formerly employed at the Zinc Mill in place of the Cement Plant Ley roads make driving dangerous c inders on state roads and route of 43 through City a a who of now on Trees a a my Shuli cry which i was deposited there during the Snow fall of tuesday evening remained there yet this morning hut the Snow which fell on highways had Ben turned into in by the thawing Anil freezing process making the roads too Slippery for Drivers to traverse them in automobile and to Nicks with feelings of reason Why the labor r fort. And safety. Indianapolis. Ind. Jan. 10.up Secretary of state James m. Tucker said today that he has asked state auditor Frink Thompson for a report on whether out of state file no company have Hen paying frs of All no an estimated $350.000 p a a Herb. An required by Indiana . Quot a acc no the possibility exists that the state committee should not study the and May revoke the licenser of these i Vlast Utility of amendments to the Quot companies if the y have not Vagner act a ramspeck said. A i their fees of 50 cents on Cash so by whether they Are needed $100 of annual business imposed in or no Nec Dod. The committee ought Der 1929 s acute. To go reply into the operations of Aff c cd would be is l company a jaw it commits itself which finance automobiles radios Uherc is a goad Deal of smoke in the and other items of personal proper Anderson described his b it As one to cute indicated that the be s substitute a new set up for the never have been collect try. The at ift por Board s Power of Quot judge and t Quot qty general a office has tik n the jury Quot the Board w a 1 retain Power View that the 1929 Law is unions i to conduct inv Stag aliens and hold Tut because it discriminates bearings but would fit comp in s Okanst out of state finance compan f0r violation of the Law w ii Federal is. District courts. At present the Boa Skull no a an the deputed Law gives my citizen issues the orders against offender u w to right to sue for collection of no appeals to the court when com is jes fairs in behalf of the state if pm Ance Jug not forthcoming does not act. Ramspeck said that he doubted Many cars and trucks skidded around Ever the Road surfaces and some of them threatened to go into f itches and other places not intended for them but in most instances that tendency of the vehicles was chocked by the Drivers in time to prevent tit win \ state roads in this Vicinity were Given a timely sprinkling of cinders that applying to the a Cut of Road 45 the. Ugh or ene i tie As Voll As roads outside of Trio City. The cinders were especially welcomed by Drivers on curves and Hills where the Gritty a trial was an. Effectual prevent i was an Aid in climb to no exemption if the property owner was not living in the Home upon which the reduction was claimed. All property above the 5,000 valuation exemption would to taxed at he prevailing rate Webb said. There would be. No property tax if the total valuation was below $5.000. A we have a desperate condition in this country today because people think they cannot afford to own property a Webb said. A the Best citizens arc those who have roots and the government can afford to help a the Home la an institution which is vital to the welfare of our nation a High property tax with no exemption is not conducive to Home building a local governmental units the counties and cities were expected to oppose Webb s Bill vigorously Foi their principal source of income is from the property tax. A commission appointed by the supreme court prepared to begin an investigation it it of the state Board of Law examiners which conducts the examinations for admittance to the a findings of the committee will be turned Over to the legislature for its consideration. A Bill already has been introduced in the House to per Mit persons to be admitted automatically to the bar upon graduation 1 from a recognised Indiana Law school. The committee armed with Pooi to 8ubpenp. With and examination papera will hold its first meet i i Jan 2g. Chief Justice g. L. Tremain said the supreme court decided to or Orthe investigation after receiving Rev Nar Lane Richards authors of rills one permits dismissal of Dimuil petitions and other is for teachers Given by the president and mrs Roosevelt in Honor of the supreme court. Frankfurters nomination was unanimously confirmed by the Senate tuesday after he had appeared personally at committee hearings to defend his economic and political views. The oath Frankfurter will take today will be the general one taken by All government officials. The St it a of 1 supreme court oath probably will to administered when he appears for Tho courts next open session. Jan. 30. Tie frankfurters taking advantage of a two week court recess will return to their Cambridge. Mass. Homo just off the Harvard Pimpus after tonight s dinner. They will prepare to move to Washington before the end of this month. Frankfurter said that he would maintain a permanent residence in Cambridge and bit he and his wife would spend As much Timo there As his new duties will allow. In a extreme National emergency would help on mass production basis Washington. Jan 19. A up it a tie automobile Industry has Quot enrolled a in the army a preparedness drive and is ready to Uso its great resources and factories to help turn j out air planes on a mass production basis in event of Quot extreme National it was Learned today. High military authorities although emphasizing that the aviation Industry probably would be Able to fill president Roosevelt a air expansion program said that if War should come soon automobile plants would be asked to help in producing Many plane parts. The presidents program now before Congress Calls for an increase of at least 3.000 planes in the army a air strength at a Cost of $300.000,000. That program according to m a a. Gen. Henry h. Arnold chief of the air corps will provide a a test of the maximum production capacity Quot of the aviation Industry determining what the United states could in an emergency. This was regarded As indicating that the War department May not be satisfied that present aviation plants could meet a full wartime demand in any event the army h is approached the automobile Industry regarding air plane production As a precautionary or a a safety first measure. Military authorities said that officials of All the major automobile manufacturing companies general motors Chrysler Ford Packard and others expressed readiness to cooperate fully. Except in Case of immediate danger of attack on this country contracts would to let in the usual Way to aviation companies. However it was said in event of a major War which might eventually involve the United states but was not an immediate threat contractors would be at Liberty to let. Out parts of their contracts to automobile manufacturers. The automobile sub contractors officials sail probably would be asked to Supply Only motors and accessories for which equipment is to a u a two i Guam l ii Riendl gesture spoken a compared it to placing a gun against \ neighbor in a Tokyo. Jan. 19. A up ration of Guam by to in i would be an unfriendly Glt Ward Japan a comp Rabie a a gun against a incl Gobo Navy spokesman said a we not under St a 1 City for the expansion of states Navy a a the a pc a from the viewpoint of pert the establishment a and aviation bases a great from tin american a ii fort if i a i Stater tute to i pm a i a door a r Quot distance i rid could of Banc a i a Ilia y fun at come general Orvices for or Anna died tuesday a her a on township Wero he l Eckerty 13d. With by. Nave Indiana lawyers remster Bing such a Pian Vic Ulm Quot the Job Ham and Oscar Hagem r. Hive filed that the Abor Board was set up to Only Aga not 11 Quot foreign finance . Connies under this provision in fed a cml and Marion coun y courts. A a Votice yesterday attorney ornery Omer commander no i it k Vokos a arson petitioned to inter the commando a Vene in the cases com no his of 11 k. T. Will Confer he order of thebe never has been informed that Temple Friday Ever ing. January 20. 20 years ago in grkenca8tle the Best hogs sold at $17.75. Andrew Hurt and Lacy Stoner left on v business trip to Mississippi. Or. And mrs. Ray Fisher were the the foes have not been paid. Fred m. Star., ret go ctr of Frienda in Plainfield. A Bill introduced in the Stato or ate which bears the names of senators Lane. Stout and Vermillion por mits dismissal of ditch petitions if owners of one half of the affected area remonstrate. It was referred to the committee on township and county business of which senator Lane in chairman. In the House. Representative Richards name is affixed As one of the authors to a Bill which automatically Renews contras of teachers other than permanent teachers in Fless notification of terminations Given by school corporations by registered mail on or before april 1 of the year fixed in contracts for termination or teachers deliver written resignations or contracts Are superseded by others. School superintendents. Principals and supervisors defied As teachers within the meaning of the Bill. Education. Mean Only the establish it 0 for Long distance attacks a the Navy s poker Man 11 state mint. The French Cuba levered a note to Trio flt it sign offic nip porting the United states an great Britain in oppo i l to a denunciation of til1 k m a treaty governing Chin c r any v it Lati or. Of the treaty a provi a a it had been unde it to France would join with to u states and Britain in oppo in pants a new order program 1 a China involving As it docs in n ice with the Trade of foreign nation 1. Joseph claim grew am Rienner 1-Bassador. Visited the foreign office dec. 31 to make Esfir Secta ions against Japan a course in Chin a i sofar jus it concerned foreign nation. Sir Robert Craigie. The British ambassador. Made similar pro. Inatio Jan 14, in pursuance of the a parallel policy which the United states an Britain have employed on pc is or. A Jose Sale it l War materials v Ogg i action headed e. Stimson App yes Adf support m you Jan. 19. Up a organization opposing the Sale r materials to it Japan and head try i. Stimson. Former Sec a 1 a a. A a a i p it persons by mall. I for support. A a a a american commit a spation la Jap in 11 it i i and charges that Luk knowledge or in be a americans continue to aggressors a with is of a r scrap Iron Oil More necessary the. 11 Muni Ai. A a a pay lib a Wii a Njal Nimtaj a inn w re Menton Vvhs 10 Han Lei ills we dims. I apply the is ten japanese line. With the other id billion for Nrma a will protect us against Dir threat of aggressor a Tain not rail. A it a Loes Ron that die i a 1 0 0 0 o o 0 0 0 today a weather 0 rvs a o a it and 0 or local temperature 0 o 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 generally f ii in extreme South a a a Nettic i in Central and North port on tonight an 1 Friday slightly Warme. Friday. Charles Lan Les. A Depauw Ftp Lent was admitted to the county Hospital wednesday evening. In Laura r. A. M. 7 n. M. 8 a. M. 9 a. M. 10 a. M. 11 a. M. 12 noon 1 p. M. 2 p. M. 25 25 2� 26 28 3ft 33 31 3232 jewel. Director of Christian Eilsea a i
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