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Greencastle Daily Banner (Newspaper) - January 23, 1939, Greencastle, Indiana
A a weather am warmer a. I it it key Svetin the daily Banister a it Waves for Alum r a d 4&Quot All tile Home news 4 United press service 4 g 44 4 4 4 ,l,40 arrived. It with n victims expect Lak get crowd at meet and five women of sea Soo Miles of land a Marrable Story Crew and passengers British flying boat Jan. 23�?cup a the Hay town arrived in n. Today with the five five women it plucked ��00 Miles from the i a remarkable Story uni Rescue suffer tin survivors of the i. Tigers of the 20, lying boat Cavalier luring one of its Reg a rom port Washington to Bermuda on Satur-�,1 floated for Over 10 i open Atlantic clinging j i one another. They ill of their compan i by one through me Ocean night they go by. Unteed i d cries and All were death when the Esso i its life boats and to the living last night and this i Standard Oil tank winds which whipped h having. Shimmering to the discomfort r i survivors and slow-1 i Here where Hospital i t medical attention had it not been for n g All of the North Ati v would have arrive f the women was i lotion to comforts i receive the news i i my possibility of i i own. Mrs. Doni. Quot in. Neb., and mrs. Kit in new York City Hus a. Is rift away he Ocean and All of the them believed they by dead. I was so constructed Cully she should have seas for Days she Cost $200,000. She of her Type a Empire id in a fatal Accident put into regular of i.7 in various lines Lii world. Sing the passengers and r a it natives rejoicing me through seeming pc. They were Gath Hudson River pier Early where the Baytown Fer the passengers i balances. First Misti heated that some of my still Captain Alderson Lious condition but t Sun. Of Bermuda one i a radioed the United u one had been Hurt exhausted from the i look off it 10 a. M. In Ort Washington Talbot of Brooklyn i d student who Cara cast and a Sling. 1 is Nellie Smith of auda or. And Mia. A and mrs. Miller and w of five. At 12 231 in i 23 minutes lat i by radio that she into bad weather and land. Fourteen min Aid the weather still at 12 57 sent the Offl-11-Ess sos. This was a a Diatel by the frag i nation that inc was at 1 13 she was on the Gnu i radio sail its last Ling a members of the local american legion Post and auxiliary unit today were reminded of the joint meeting at 8 o clock tonight in the legion Home. An interesting program has been arranged for the entertainment of Post and unit members. Prof t. G Yuncker will present an unusual moving picture series of Central America. The District auxiliary president and a former District legion commander also will appear before the joint meeting. Heads of the local organizations said they expected a Large crowd to turn out for the get together. Bainbridge wins Over Russellville 25-18 Victory entitles cd Oil a to team to play at Terre Halte saturday Bainbridge basketball boys to Lay stood on top of the Heap of Wabash Valley quintets in this Section after having won the preliminary tournament at Greencastle gymnasium saturday night. The pointers turned in a 25 to 18 Victory Over Russellville High school in the finals of the local tourney to cop first place honors in the sectional Ami earn the Light to the Wabash Valley finals tourney next week end in Terre haute. Bainbridge went to the finals in this City by Downing Putnamville 43 to 14. In the Semi final round saturday afternoon. In the same session Russellville trimmed Roachdale 22 to 20. To get the signal for the tilt with Bainbridge. The bees of Russellville gave the Bainbridge pointers a run for their Sicney and it was not until a last Quarter rally that the pointers went away with a comfortable margin. Bainbridge went into a 4 to 2 Lead at the end of the first Quarter and held a 12 to 7 Edge at halftime. The bees came Back with a sting in the third Quarter and turned on their opponents to take the Lead at 13 to 12 and finished the period with an advantage of 15 to 14. Max Whitaker sparked the pointers with the closing period. After Solomon tallied a Field goal to give Bainbridge the Lead. 16 to 15. Whitaker ran the pointers margin to 22 to 15. J. Whitaker tallied a Point and Max Whitaker dropped in another bucket to finish the scoring spree and wind up the tilt. Byrd with a Field goil and a Point from the foul line accounted for Russellville a three Points in this Frame. Max Whitaker and Byrd tied for High honors with 10 Points each. The Victory was a signal for a Tow wide Celebration on the part of the Bainbridge fans after the encounter in Greencastle. As a result of the win saturday night Bainbridge will represent this county in the big meet to be held in Terre haute next week. In the final schedule Bainbridge will meet Gosport Winner of the Spencer sectional on Friday afternoon in the first contest. The tourney finals will be started thursday evening and will be concluded Satur Lay night with <c�n1lnii� l on a in a two figures Given inc i de City debt plus Ali allocations included original issues pointed out Bluit costs of water works and sewage disposal paid by users list of Central rank awards made Public a Kokx a Astigik Indiana monday Jant a y 23, 1939. Tax report 0e interest to residents no. 84 the list of awards in the Home savings Bank contest sponsored at the Central National Bank during the Thrift week Observance was made Public today by the contest judges. The award winners in the novel contest will be found by turning to the Central National tanks a Thrift news on Page 2 of today a daily Banner. Snow storm ties up n. Y. State traffic Freak storm accompanied by Thunder and lightning. Tempe ratio re Down state police Are Active the statement in the daily Banner in its Issue of january 21. Quoting frown the report of the Indiana tax study commission to the governor As regards the grand total of indebtedness resting upon the citizens of Putnam county and of the City of Greencastle aroused much interest and much concern also with the serious thinkers. Tho figures Given for what the report termed a direct City debt plus All allocations a a in regard to Green Castle municipality were $1,150.245 this it was explained included not the direct City indebtedness but also the enormous share of this City based upon a per capita figuring of the Federal indebtedness. The tax study commission gives $596.544 As the City direct debt. This it is evident does not include the City s share of the township and county indebtedness because that aggregate City township and county is Given As $669,432. As regards the $596.544. An analysis of the indebtedness of the City which is being paid by the collection of taxes indicates the comp lers of the commissions report must have figured in the total Given As the City s direct indebtedness All of the original Bond Issue for the Purchase of the water works All of the original Bond Issue for the sewage disposal Plant and All of the Bond Issue for the Airport. The fire truck and the Issue of Bonds for Street and Park costs. But it should be kept in mind it was pointed out at the office of the City clerk treason a this morning that the costs of the water works Purchase and of the building of the sewage disposal Plant Are not paid by the assessment of taxes on Greencastle property but Are paid by the users of these two utilities. The City itself is not responsible for these two Large items of indebtedness. The Airport Cost in april. 1930. Was a total of $6,500, which was financed by an insurance company. Interest is 5 i r cent per annul of the original total $4,000 has been farm Institute officers to meet will make arrangements for township institutes and Roundup tuesday the officers of the various township Farmers institutes will motorists stranded at Many Point being rescued by state trooper by Unito a pro a the worst cold spell of the Winter struck the Northeast today in the Wake of a Freak storm which generated Thunder and lightning rain and Snow near Zero temperatures and winds ranging up to 60 Miles an hour. Several deaths were reported in new England and upstate new York. The legislature the Indiana tax payers association has issued a report on the work 1 of the Indiana legislature Iodate. Or. Far As Bills effecting taxation Are concerned. Of the total of 46 introduced thus far 26 will if passed increase taxes in Indiana. Only 8 will have a tendency to reduce taxes and two or three Are doubtful. With slightly More than one Hahn of the Bills pending threatening to raise taxes with the creation of additional boards commissions and other bodies which if Given Power will Rule the state by decree rather than by Law the legislative member can Well afford to make an Effort to assist the folks bark Home i Stoa 1 of borne special group which is doing i some powerful lobby work. Major issues still before legislature meet in the office of the county motorists were marooned in Snow agent. David Grimes to make arrangements for the five township institutes and the Greencastle Roundup which will Start february 13 and continue through the week closing with the Roundup in Greeni Astle saturday of that week. The poultry committee of the county will meet with county agent Grimes wednesday at 2 of clock in the afternoon arrangements will be perfected for the poultry school to be held in Greencastle february 10. We mesday evening township leaders of 4-h club workers will meet in the office of the county agent in the court House to discuss plans for the year and i for an achievement program to be held in the near future. Confiscate 50 Slot machines excise officers and my Iii Oan City police take three into custody Michigan City. Incl. Jan. 23.�? a up three persons Wei under arrest to Lay and a 50 Slot machines were confiscated an i prepared for destruction following a raid conducted jointly by excise officers and City police. Taken into custody were Joseph muck Way. 56. Charged with Possession of untaxed liquor his Nephew sum Muckway 43. Held on a similar charge and mrs. Marion Conover paid. This is a Lien upon the City an i 38. Charged with Possession and Sale the Money needed to meet the con i of liquor without a permit. They tract payments is produced by a tax Levy. The original Bond Issue of $9,000 to meet expenses of Street improvement and Park expenses was incurred in 1936. And on that debt $2,000 has been paid it is raised by tax 4 4 Oil i i it ii it Al �11 la a a two a state police to conduct seminar will by in Griek Nastle Friday feb. 3 to give instruction s the state police department is sponsoring a Day school or seminar to be held in this City Friday february 3, for the general pm pose of giving instruction especially to Law enforcement officers of the county and City in regard to traffic matters. The seminar Here is but one of severing the water the Hull of Al to a evil in the state for the Plit and the sea poured a a a me purpose. Oed by Alderson. Each the program received in the office Tan grabbed the life of Sinei Iff Graham covers Forenoon formed the Cushion of Aftel noon am evening sessions the my dropped into the Zirat being called to order at 9 Wasny to time to strap o clock the second at 1 of clock and there Wasny to time to the latter at 6 of clock he rubber rafts from the 0n the assisting staff Are named last person was barely Lieut. Don Franklin of District three when the Cav amp Lier went which included the Putnamville and Jasper posts of the state police Post sergeant Frank Gray of the Putnam vice Post. Traffic sergeant James Watts of District three traffic Corporal very Clark of fhe Putnamville Post. The Hon. Albert e. Williams. Putnam county prosecutor is on the program for a discussion. Sergeant Mongrel kills repair menus let spotty w a for three be ups pet dog of Monon Cement loading Crew a Mongrel dog which is spoken of As a Bull dog but has the Bloo i of r veral other varieties of canine in him and is an alleged sheep Killor besides is not wanted at the car repair Shack Down the track West of la medal. The Mongrel a big fellow killed a spotty a Little fellow who it re released on $2.000 Bon is. Agents j Lyme. Gerald red nor Fer Mack Krajewski and r. Manke aided by police raided the Muckway saturday night and said they found alcohol an 1 numerous empty Littles. In the basement they said Vas a Cache of Slot machines. They were sized and taken to the state i Dice Post at dunes Park. W. F. Jameison died saturday services Mill be held to is Day at 2 o clock from Maple Heights Church ii William f. Jameison ago 75 years died Satur Lay night at 11 of clock at the Home of his daughter mrs. Elmer Cox West Elizabeth Street following a months illness. Survivors Are three daughters. Bout automobiles. A Man an 1 woman were Frozen to death on a Lake near Syracuse. N. Y. The wind at times reaching a velocity of 42 Miles an hour caused considerable damage in metropolitan new York. Barges were ripped Loose from their moorings and got a rift in the Harbor electric signs were damaged on Broadway a number of store fronts caved in and Chimney stacks were toppled. A one legged Man suffered a fracture of his remaining log when he was blown across a Street. At least three were dead in new England where the temperature fell 10 degrees in 13 minutes to a Winter Low of 5 degrees at Boston. The storm started with a rain Squall accompanied by Thunder and lightning and turned into a blizzard. Trees Street poles and roofs were damaged by the 60-mile Gale. Heavy Snow blocked highways in Western and Central new York state and main traffic arteries in other sections were covered with a Glaze of inc. Two were killed in traffic accidents in the Western part of new York state and scores were injure 1. Martin b. Newell 22, and Catherine Burns. 20, of Syracuse were found Frozen to death on Oneis la Lake half a mile from Shore. They had been fishing through the ice when the Blitz and struck. Newell a brother the Rev. John p. Newell of Utica fought through the blizzard to the Shore at Damon a Point and reported that the others had refused to accompany him. State police were attempting to reach marooned motorists. At the Oneida Barracks it was reported that at least 70 motorists were trapped by the Blitz and. State police warned motorists from states to the West not to attempt to enter new York. The drifts were mounting by the moment Ami the temperature had dropped from 40 to 6 degrees it Buffalo some Rural sections reported even colder weather. The wind in the Buffalo area reached a velocity of 58 Miles an hour at the height of the Blizard. No Relief was expected in the storm area before late tonight or tomorrow. House and Senate committees Sti by most important measures begin 3rd Yew of session Battle on acceptance of delayed committee report is expected Indiana Polis ind. Jan. 23.--<up> Indiana s 1939 legislature started the third full week of its sos son today still confronted by every major Issue with which it began Jan. 5. House and Senate committees were studying the most important measures however with indications that several of them would come be Haye not been permitted Ore the Assembly for preliminary to return to ihe1r Homes according to Union both Chamb convened at 1 p. M. Following a week end recess a and a St. Louis. Mo., Jan. 23.�?<up Battle loomed pm fwd lately in the the Southern tenant Farmers Union House on Aoa up tank a a of a delayed charge eviction of share croppers charged today that Many of the sharecroppers who staged a demonstration in Southeastern Missouri last week Hall not been permitted to return to their Homes an 1 that others who did return had been evicted. Owen Whitfield negro Pracher and vice president of the Union who led the demonstration in protest against Allig Tel evictions. Sail at least 262 sharecroppers were homeless and some were without food. He said the homeless include i 33 ways and Means committee report in favor of a Bill to modify the Mcnutt governmental i a organic Ilion act of 1933. Republican members of the committee have voted to report Tho Bill out with a recommendation for passage. The minority democratic group will submit a re commendation that the Bill be postponed indefinitely. These committee reports originally were scheduled to be presented but that Republican members wer absent and g. O. P. Leaders hold families numbering 46 Persona. A Quot in eng 0>,Yus Avol a. Margin in tha House. Varod the d Morats would sheltered at the Sweet Home Church near Wyatt Missouri nine families. 69 persons at the Bethlehem Church near Charleston 23 families without food or shelter on a Mississippi liver levee at Dorena and five families without food or shelter at Pinhook a successful in killing the measure. If All republicans Are present this aft it Moon. The re port will came out Ami another partisan Battle will to waged. G. O. A. Lines have held firm on virtually every test of party a a definite Check has not been strength in the House and the Raa made a he said. A these persons a Vivo Jority report was expected to be not been allowed to return to their adopted. Shacks and some who went Back the Bill would return to elected have since been driven state officials Tho Power to appoint he spoke last night at a mass All their employees a Power which now meeting of a committee for the a res s exclusively the governor habilitation of sharecroppers which High on the hot us Calendar was was organize i by Josephine Johnson Smoot whose novel a How in november won pulitzer prize in 1934. A a measure t a repeal the weight tax Law enact i by the 1937 legislature late i to p i un-1 the. $650,000 which has was for three years the pet dog of mrs. Cox of this City. Mrs. Florence the Monon Railroad Cement loading Williams and mrs. Jin 1� Brown both Crew at i modal c. Of Indianapolis two sons Clyde spotty Wand re 1 into the Shack Jameison of North Salem and a Ralph one Day looked the place Over liked Jameison a sister mrs. Anna Hoag it liked the men. And stayed. Mem land of this City and a half sister to is of Tho Crew fed him. And the mrs. Lizzie goo a Man of Rushville. Shack became his Home. Funeral services will be he la a tues spotty was smart. He even learn Day afternoon at 2 of clock from the cd to distinguish Between the whistle Maple Heights Church in charge of i on engine no. 531 and those on other elder in Aronce Athey. Interment locomotives that passed the plan will be made in Forest Hill cemetery. No. 531 interested him especially. _ a. A because it carried the Cement Crew and spotty would Tush out to meet it when he heard the whistle. Some infraction of Tho canine code of Honor led to a Duel Between spotty a and the Mongrel which was to be the Quot Jennie John pressing shop on death As far As the Little one was Vine Street was robbed 12 concerned. Now. A Monument carved from j trousers from Center mud Isoni or. And been received that a i of Cloverdale was Paini one Day last week. Struck by an Automo Lau Pohs. Or. Mcgill is the Home of his Qon a. Indianapolis. He is the 20 years ago in Greencastle to 14 menus suits several pair of menus Ami some women a suits. Orphans spend night in cell on Way from Philadelphia to Texas to find Uncle Only relative proximately 800 persons att Nile i Tho be n Collit 1 from truckers during meeting Ami contributed $100 to a Relief fund. The meeting passed a Resolution urging the farm Security administration to develop other Pic meets similar to one at la forge. My a where a Model government Community provides former sharecroppers with Homes and 40 acres of land for a a it h family. Agents of the farm s Tii Rity a i ministration now ate investigating the sharecroppers plight authorities in the cities involved said they considered last weeks a Lemon station p. Closed incident. The demonstration was staged by approximately 1,300 sharecroppers against alleged evictions and t a in phas Izo their refusal to work As Day labourers. They charged that Many landowners wanted them to work As Day labourers to avoid having to Shaie government crop reduction payments with them. The croppers lived a in the is Les of highways until thy were ordered away by state police. Vast crowd rank collection l Hijii at c a Tifai. Nation Al i King Thrift Uuk attracts into kist they were n a Quot girls a that wit the remark in the sheriff s office this morning concerning two girls who were guests of Honor in the two berth Ceil on the fourth floor of. A. A. A and 4,000 persons viewed Tir pc Cal the court House. Sunday night. They 1 loll ool inn or hymn i it Ino j Futi were Jane Gray. 17. Blond. 5 feet 3 a combined crowd of i twi in 3 0no collection of Home diving Banks on exhibit at the Central National Batik during National Thrif week it was conservatively estimated today. Nearly two weeks ago the local exhibit of Noval Home savings Banks the last two yours. The so Nate will begin work on Sev to ral important subjects by holding Public hearings. Tonight i hearing will to held on a let 11 which would restore the direct primary for nominating candidates for governor and the United states senators. Another Public hearing will be hold in the Senate Chambers wednesday a menus Sompi nation benefits to injured labourers. Claim no that Tho Bills would double their insurance rates business and Industrial leaders m 1 Opi. A i Bill vigorously. The hou.-. Will hold a hearing tomorrow afternoon on a Bill to in Creaso authority of the state Board of Barber examiners by empowering it pm regulate prices and working hours. Virci it court notes Bow a re i of Flamion is. Mary v. , divorce Doc main ruled to a answer by feb. 4. Raymond n Cox is. Beulah f. Cox. D voice ordered that plan tits pay d. Fen want $25 by Jan. 25 for attorn yes fee for defendant. Home owners loan corporation is. Dorsey Ellis it a. Foreclosure set for feb 22. Home owners is. Juanita Bly it for feb. 22. A new suit is that of Pearl Ward is. Charles k. S i Tel a i. C plaint to satisfy mortgage. Charles Mcgaughey is attorney. Loan corporation til of a a a e la 8urv. Set inches in height and Joanne Rhone. 20. 5 feet 2 inches orphans from Philadelphia. They were on their Way from their Home town to Texas to find their Uncle their Only nor relative the girls being first Gnu we it on a i i la v at the t Cut Quot to a Quot where he a h a ill of re Union hundreds of local residents saw the a the sea i son of or and mrs. goodpasture of near Bello Union a n t urn Horn from them t Modist Hospit o in Indianapolis Ston in the Swenson Mill at Stines Volle Marks his resting place but mrs. William gov an spent Sun Lay there is bitterness in the hearts of with their Niece. Mrs. Claude Canton the Cement Crew toward Tho Nion i wine and husband. A Road had been Gritl and they Are convinced not Only surveyed from no. 10 school House that he is a shop killer but that he a a a sins of one another. The two had been waitresses in Jphn Ladelphia but i were out of work Ami started afoot i and by bus. To cover the Long Road to their uncles Homo. They refused the offer of the sheriff to buy Bieak fasts for them As they bid a Little Money. Where their uncles Home in the Lone Star state is located they a main Yuth. Rte is in. A. A a a. W. A Patterson a nuts. Of Tho Putnamville Post will times of this City. Preside at Tho evening session. Also is everything else that a dog should not to. He should stay away from the car repair menus Shack or else. The car repair men Are my Sara. Baldwin and Clendennin. 4 Carey to the Little Walnut Bridge. Payne a had a sick baby. Mrs. Louise k. Zaring had two paintings at the exhibit of the Indiana artists at Richmond a the pier girls a and a the Provincetown i a a sure they would find it anyway. Local display before the famous Andrew Emetine collect1 on of Fistori i. Ohio supplemented the special exhibit. During Thrift week. Jan. 17-23, i continuous crowd was Ltd bind at Tho Central to View the two unusual collections the interest reached a p k saturday when visitors we e greeted from Tho opening to the closing o o o o g o g o g g today a weather g g ind g g local Tern Pesature a g g g g g g g g a g a Snow sleet or rain in South Snow in North portion tonight and tues did a . Orders to sail Nice France. Jan. 23. Up Admiral Henry e. Lackey Commin 1-ing the Cruiser Omaha announced at Villefranche today that he has standing orders to sail to Calderas. 20 Miles North of Barcelona to embark 30 americans Quot Whin Ever the americans request hour. Not Only were Greencastle re minimum. 13 silents present hut. Many guests 6 a. A. 1 came from a Long distance to fee the 7 a. M. 16 rare and novel Home savings Banks 8 a. He. 10 on display at the local Bank. 0 a. In. 01 besides the Novelty to the exhibit. 10 a. M. 26 the special display served As an Edu 11 a. M. K National feature. Several teachers 12 noon. It brought their entire a ifs m be 1 in. A. 01 a p to study the collections. 2 p a. 28 had no idea but they were quite
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