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Greencastle Daily Banner (Newspaper) - January 30, 1939, Greencastle, IndianaA weather As in colder a <1the daily banners it Waves for ally 0 r t t All the Nome news 4 United press service 4 s forty seventh Heen Mantle Indiana monday january if1939. No. 90 00 it talk m Hitler \ by from expect a to acute anxiety \ lil Sahy of Reich All sorts were Fla Sli Eross to la a continent a in. 30.up a eighty nans and the 550,000.000 pc generally awaited varying from expect it it anxiety today Theurer Adolf Hitler at a commemorating tii Mcreary of the nazi 111 hoists flashed across t that Hitler would an a Lalifi i support of Benito his demands on France i of Italy s Quot Aspira or would demand again to Germany erf her in lie might even open a or payment. In some s �0.000.000,000 paid in reparations by pre nazi i laments that he Wou d no Range foreign policy ambitions for a a drive that he would deliver a list president Roosevelt the United states san rotary of Interior Harold a at More than half a knew exactly what hit to say and his speech farm Institute dates Are announced the Farmers institutes for Putnan county will to held during the week of feb. .13-18, with dates As follows Marion township monday feb. 13. Washington township tuesday feb. 14. Jefferson township wednesday feb. 15. Cloverdale township thursday feb. 16y Monroe township Friday feb. 17. , county Roundup saturday feb. 18, at which visiting Spca Keia will be mrs. Calvin Perdue. Lafayette and Howard Kauffman Martinsville. Rivers Rise As rainfall persistent marriage License George m. Kerry Road worker Coatesville and Margaret Haverly housekeeping Greencastle. Hopkins flans peace program intend to Settle strife Between Industry and the new Deal subject to revision uner with Hopkins. Washington Jan. 30. Up business sources represented Secretary of Commerce Harry l. Hopkins today As contemplating a four Point program to bring about peace Between Industry and the new Deal. It was understood that the program was not presented As such to the business advisory Council which met Here with Hopkins last week. But the United press was informed that it was outlined to some of the business leaders who conferred Earl Many Blanc has overflow Banks As streams Rise fast b Liz z a r i is predicted River at Stilesville Ejmi Rcd nearing the floor of the new Bridge ent he took the platform opera House to address Ambera of his hand picked to 2 p m. Est 8 p. It. General aspect of his i inv nazi sources sex of that to would refer As fact to his general Supli it a dictator Mussolini a take occasion to men a any 8 determination at to regain her colonies a fthpftifiss%t3t4 Solidar .000,000 people of be he would review the tri Star through which the just lived absorbing Aua sudetenland and Inci from those conferees word sifted through the business Community that the new Secretary of Commerce has in mind 1. An Effort to conciliate the administration s dispute with the electrical Power Industry. 2. Obtaining agreement among the Congress of Industrial organizations the american federation of labor and business on amendment of the National labor relations act. 3. A plan to Mak the business advisory Council More Active and influential in effecting an appeasement policy. 4. Constructive Railroad legislation. A spokesman for Hopkins neither daring great Britain and denied nor confirmed the foregoing a lock their Way. I report but said there was a no com understood that an influx Washington representatives i it including Paul Joseph a of business groups however were Pilot Pagan i minister and convinced that the outline was a substantially accurate forecast of what is coming Here to be known As a the Hopkins old Man River meaning thereby All the streams in this area began muttering Early last night because old Man Pluvus was crowding him. Old Pluvus was pouring water into the streams faster than it could be cared for in an orderly manner and it ran Over the Banks onto adjoining Low Fields where it has no business to be. The rainfall was nearly incessant All night saturday All Day sunday and sunday night. Monday morning coming in dark and Rainy too. Big Walnut s Waters overflowed the Banks during the night and some of the roads in South Washington township through the Creek Bottom were thereby closed to traffic travellers in that Region having to take the Hill roads to arrive where they were delirious of going. At the water works pumping Plant North of Greencastle at 7 of clock this morning it was reported the water was out Over the lowest of the adjoining ground. The water level in Mill Creek at the Point where that Stream intersects the National Road just West of Stilesville before 9 of clock this morning had risen to within two feet of the floor of the new Bridge Over that Creek and was rising rapidly. Americanism program 1 the coming appearance of the Hon. John. Fitzgerald is creating a great Deal of interest. The me ting will be non partisan and because of the Fine ideals behind this program it will undoubtedly prove to be not Only an exceptional Opportunity offered to Greencastle residents but one which is worthy of the deepest interest of the Community. Those working on the arrangements have spent much time and the speaker is on who will be Long remembered. A americanism and patriotism in a changing world is a subject which should interest each and everyone of us particularly in the stress and turmoil of our present world. The Hon. Fitzgerald is an exceptionally interesting speaker and it is hoped everyone will make an Effort to be present tuesday night at 7 30 of clock at the High school auditorium. The observer License Bill is passed by House monday Advance to third Reading Bill to repeal truck weight tax Law marauders steal car from garage Bill a Oes to Senate now fire department to Donne the City fire department was railed about 9 30 this morning to the Danner building where Soo. In the Chimney was burning an i ukr i some alarm. There was no Blaze outside of the Chimney however. The firemen erected a ladder in 1 made an examination of the roof for indications of any fire having spread to it. But there was no Trace of fire there. Or build no w. I. Manire killed by Al Williams miss Evelyn Hill car taken from garage sunday morn. On Ribbentrop foreign a Ltd urged Hitler strongly president Roosevelt an 1 Riean critics of the euro worships. Such men As n l Iti Bentrop. It was 1 Hitler that he ought emphatically statements in Ign critics and notably a a Lent hut that As usual opposed by Field Marshall t ing Quot nazi no. 2&Quot an i it led conservatives Quot who a Ermany s relations with entries built up in the in the four year plan of eco a sufficiency. Tin was to face the House in London tomorrow to statements on foreign tit them to give Britain s n to Hitler s speech. W is expected to state his head on crash occurred saturday Slippery condition of Road approaching Deer Creek was cause the Slippery condition of the Road surface on the Hillside approaching Deer Creek from the East at Chadd Valley on the Road was responsible for the Headon crash of two automobiles at 9 of clock saturday night. Richard Pei acc or Indianapolis driving a Dodge �?T38 Sedan from the East lost control of his More fully and More car in going Down the Hill cast of the in a speech wednesday la. Was expected that by at the latest the basis been Laid for the drama Itic events which this w perhaps february Are to rats which in anticipation a opening pronouncements Ltd and Stock markets All i hesitant and anxious indicative of the a to re Hitler would take. The National Zeitung of essm. Goering said in the first on Chamberlain s speech of a that Chamberlain was not in his remarks. Ruled that idea that any Arm notation agreement must Britain was Strong this said the Quot hence there is not much agreement soon. For while rms other countries also Bridge and so he said could not avoid hitting a Ford of about the year 30. Driven eastward by tiny Lee Van Sant Coatesville route 2. The fort was very critically damaged and the Dodge received considerable damage also. Sheriff Lawrence Graham and Deputy sheriff Thomas Vandiver were called out to investigate the occur Ranee. By United press a a blizzard swept northeastward across Missouri Illinois and Northern Indiana today disrupting land and air transportation. The storm entered Over Southern Illinois was accompanied by a Sharp drop in temperatures. Freezing Rains bordered the Northern and Eastern fringes of the storm area and extended through Pennsylvania to new Jersey. U. S. Forecaster c. A. Donnel. Chicago predicted lower temperatures. Gales and heavy snows for the entire Eastern half of the great lakes area and an extreme cold wave in North Dakota and Northern Minnesota by tonight. Indications were he said that the blizzard would extend Over All the great lakes states within the next 24 hours. He said Snow fell last night at Buffalo n. A. And that High winds were sweeping Eastern Iowa and Northern Missouri. Rain and Strong winds were reported at new Yolk Newark n. J., Washington d. C., and generally along tile Atlantic Seaboard and throughout Southern states. Freezing Rains fell in Ohio Southern Indiana and sections of Pennsylvania. An electric storm accompanied by a 50-mile an hour wind forced Concel lation of air plane schedules at Atlanta a. Storm warnings were posted from Cape Hatteras to the Virginia capes and from port Arthur tex., to Carra Belle Fla. At Chicago traffic was re routed from sections of the Lake Shore drive. A Gale which at times reached a velocity of 60 Miles an hour made walking and driving hazardous. Attendants at the Chicago municipal Airport said no air planes had left the Airport since 10 p. Last night. Marauders who Early sunday morning used the 38 Chevrolet Coupe of miss Evelyn Heitz Home economics teacher at the Greeno Istle High school were kindly Dispo ii toned persons leaving her car not Only undamaged but with More Gas in the tank than when they took it. It was parked saturday night in the hollow ill formerly Occam Mon garage with a tank one third full of the motor fluid. When the car was found next morning it had a half full tank. Figure it yourself if that Isnit a kindness however that is not All of the Story. The Gas they put in the tank was not paid for. Nor did they pay for the damage to the rear window of the garage through which they effected Entrance to the building in order to get a car. They drove the car around to the gasoline pumps in front of the building. Out in the open Street probably about 2 30 of clock in the morning after the night Man went Home and took an undetermined Quantity of gasoline. They then drove the car 54 Miles As revealed by the speedometer an 1 parked it in the front Yard of the first Ward school building where it was found by the City police Early the next morning. A 54-mile round trip would just about make possible a Joy ride to Rockville Crawfordsville Danville or Spencer. Vocational Glass taken to Tipton were guests of Pioneer seed company or. Akers w As in charge establishes permanent 60 Day a Raee period from a unitary i Tomarch i Indianapolis. In. Jan. 30 it it the House of the state legislature today passed a Bill establishing a permanent 60 a Lay Grace period from Jan. 1 to March 1 for the Purchase of new automobile License plates. The vote was 87 to 1. The Bill now goes to the Senate for its consideration. The measure is one of several submitted to the legislature on Extension of the License plate deadline after it was recommended by gov. Clifford Townsend. A similar Bill passed by the Senate is in the House roads committee. The Senate May substitute today a Bill for its own measure. The Licens. Extension Bill was sponsored by reps Robert a. Hoover of Goshen and Roy. Harrison of Attica. The House reconvened today after the week end recess in a mood to accomplish something after three weeks of partisan debate with Little Concrete legislation. The Senate was to Convene at 1 p. The House advanced 21 Bills to t i id Reading and also passed a Bill by rep. Jack of Grady. Terre haute Democrat prohibiting sessions of City courts on Legal holidays. Most important of the a Bills advanced to third Reading was a measure to repeal Indiana s truck weight tax Law. As recommended by governor Townsend. It probably will be passed this week. Other Bills moved up to third Reading would create a state Liberty certification Board to fix qualifications for Public Library service and examine applicants. Permit establishment and control of county hospitals in Eon Junction with county infirm Aries by county commissioners in counties of 23,000 population or under. Prohibit the Sale of prison made goods in the open Market. Notice boy Sci is All boy scouts of Greencastle an 1 Putnam county Are requested to attend the patriotic meeting sponsored the 1by the american legion and the elks crimes of grand ii by has been called for 10 o clock tuesday morning outcome of an argument shooting occurred at Little eating Shack Early sunday morning put Greencastle High school auditorium. Committee Mav request letter allegedly written b \ president ski a cooperation with French of Freedom from viol i a enjoyed by this Lodge tuesday evening at 7 30 in the a Omi Unity was broken Early sunday morning when Ai Williams about 39. Coloured fired a charge from a a shot gun. At a Range of Only a few feet into the right Side of William d. Manire 49 years old coloured causing a the death of Manire within less than an hour. I the shooting occurred at the Little eating Shack on the Corner of Illinois and Ohio streets of which Williams was proprietor at about 2 30 of clock. Sunday morning in the presence of four witnesses Theodore a a am Quot Forepaugh Morton Allison. Howard Evans and Charlie Brown All coloured. The charge of shot fired from an old Type pump gun entered Manire a right Side immediately under the Arm pit making an opening where it entered and Inch and a half or More in diameter. The shot remained embedded principally in the lung tissue. The killing of Manire was the outcome of an argument Between him Ami Williams Over the payment for a ten cent Sandwich. Williams claimed Manire did not pay him. And Manire claimed he had according to Washington. Jan. 30 it up it the Senate military affairs committee May request today a copy of a letter allegedly written by president Roosevelt to government department Heads asking cooperation with a French Mission buying military planes in this country. The committee met in secret session to continue its investigation of negotiations whereby France is purchasing the latest Type american made planes with the administration s cooperation and of circumstances surrounding the presence of a French air ministry official aboard an experimental bomber that crashed near Loa Angeles last week. The committees meeting was i i.ep0rk� major congressional event As nation-1 to it Kmin a did Al Vale Mcnac an i the administration s for now us. , foreign policy became the chief Issue a it 1 Lufler a. In forc both houses of Congress. Pas it is claimed Williams also left Sage of the Relief Bill by the Senate du.,. , Quick y with the saturday with the amount of the up a hot Bun he a and Down Back Propri Tion definitely sell i. Cleared of Uncle count a a it is said the Way for emphasis on the Prest aft a a. Ivanor appeared again Dent s preparedness program. Stepping int0 the Loonay from the military affairs committee chair. ,.j outside. He advanced a few paces into the room toward Williams when the latter seized his Shotgun and fir 1 once at Manire. The latter not immediately Maui re left the change of words Man Morris Shepard. In. Tex. Sum Nion Evl g. Grant Mason head of the civil aeronautics authority to determine whether the plane that crashed precipitating the French Purchase controversy was Intel led As an addition to the air Force or As u commercial product. The letter a copy of which tie committee was expect i to request reportedly was written to tin state War. Navy and Treasury departments asking Extension of court est is to French representatives who were understood to have $65.000.000 with which to buy the most Modem fighting planes. Poultry school scheduled feb. 10 local poultry men will be featured along with Purdue specialists Ota for Depauw is announced National youth adm Nistra ounces today its various Aid to Indiana colleges n a red and fourteen students us University May receive total sum of $1,710, per a yearly allotment of a Putnam county poultry school and egg show w la be held in the Assembly room of the court House in this City february 10, continuing through the Forenoon and afternoon. Local poultry men will be featured on the program and in addition there will be specialists Here from Purdue who will talk and also demonstrate the Points of the display of the local producers. Fred Dietz of Center Point who is chairman for this District in sponsoring the world poultry Congress will speak during the Day. Prizes for Best exhibits will be of Fer a. On Brown and White eggs there will be door prize also. Senators sister in Federal court ii arged with trafficking with spa jobs for political purposes Albuquerque. N. M., Jan 30. A up a senator Dennis Chavez s sister son in Law and 45 other defendants went on trial in be Leral court today charged with trafficking with works Progress administration jobs for political purposes. Twenty four other persons will he tried later on the same general charge. Chavez was Here and May testify As a defense witness. Carl Hatch new Mexico a other member of the United states Senate and John. Dempsey one of its members in the National House of representatives indicated that they too would testify for the defense if they could get away from Washington. To testify they would have to waive their congressional immunity. The vocational class Eugene Akers of the High school had an interesting and informative trip saturday when they formed a bus party to Tipton where they were guests of the Pioneer seed company of that City producers of hybrid seed Corn. Or. Akers was in charge of the party and All of them Ere guests of tile local distributor of the Pioneer seed. The party during the Forenoon were entertained at the Plant of the company inspecting the different methods employed in the drying shelling and other processes connected with the preparation of the seed. At noon they were guests at luncheon of the company and in the afternoon they studied methods of producing from pictures. Greenlee considered for appointment Washington Jan. 30 it up pleas Greenlee member of the National bituminous Coal commission was reported today to be under consideration for appointment As collector of internal Revenue in Indiana. Sen. Sherman Minton. D., of Indiana who with sen. Frederick Van Guys will recommend an Appel leu for the Job said no decision has been made yet. It was understood that Greenlee i \ i by would take the Job if it is offered to Mil do Chi i. �.�- him because of his desire to return to Indiana. Pointers denied Wabash Valley title lit Basket in it losing so on a it Bainhunt go nosed n taught by up Greencastle Yvo Lurt is 20 years ago in Greencastle the student body generally petitioned for dining at Depauw it being claimed among Oiler Points that Quot it is not a r to Force students to leave Depauw in order to dance Quot dancing is universally recognized As one of the most wholesome forms of and Quot the dance ban has had a marked tendency to create a state wide feeling that Depauw is narrow in other mrs. Donner attended a reception for grand presidents of Kappa Kappa Gamma at Indianapolis and or. And mrs. Donner saw Otis Skinner in a the Honor of the family Quot at English a that evening. From Center mrs. Fred Johns and Little daughter called on mrs. John Quinlisk. Planned tonight new cd Astle Christian outfit to face locals in feature game fast action is promised look a Hardwood enthusiasts tonight at the Greencastle High school gymnasium when a double header net program a presented free of charge. The feature tilt is booked for 8 o clock Between the Greencastle Christian Church quintet and the Newcastle Christian Church team the Newcastle team being brought Here by the Rev. Robert t. Beck former local pastor was to have appeared Here a few weeks ago hut was unable to keep the Date owing to Una avoidable happen nos at Newcastle. The Rev. Beck has served notice on the local Church team that til a a n Castle boys Aro a plenty Falcon Bain Bridge pointers non i out of the Wabash Valley Crown to Lay Hel i the distinction of Bem of flu crappiest basketball teams in the i sweep of the Wabash Valley. The Putnam county boys wore denied the Valley title when Bui Catt dropped in a bask t from near the c enter of Indiana Sta e teachers col legs gymnasium hard a l in Terre haute to cop the title for Decker in the last two seconds of the tilt making the score 22 to 21 in favor of the boys from the Watern i n country. Decker got off to an Early Lead and was out in front h to at the Quarter Mark. Bainbridge came Back Strong in the second half an i tied the count at 8-All. Decker was held scoreless in the second period by the Bainbridge Crew. The crowd of 3,000 spectators saw plenty of action in the third Quarter at the close of which the deck i cd held a slight Edge. 19 to 16. The was tied. 20-All, with less than fell to the floor in a spasm of agony with the blood flowing copiously from the wound in his Side. Allison ran to the Manire Home across the Street West of Williams place notifying mrs Manire of the trag by. And calling the police. The Call was received at police Headquarters by William Lawrence night merchant police officer who located night police officers Berkley Watson and Logan Woodrum. Who Wero i out on patrol. The y drove hurriedly to the Williams place and found Manire Down on the floor suffering intense agony coughing with the exhalation from his lung coming chiefly from the mapping wound in i Side. Watson went after Williams Woodrum remaining with the dying Man. Apparently it was during that Brief period of time that a revolver found a resting place on the lunch counter just above Manire As he i Lay on the floor which was not there according to witnesses when Manire was shot. Officer Woodrum stated to a news papi r reporter that he did not see the revolver in Manire a Possession but that Manire in struggling in his pain several times lifted himself on Hia left Arm and the officer thought it possible the wounded Man took the gun from his own pocket and place it on the counter with Hia right hand that Arm being uninjured the shot having entered his body below the shoulder. The revolver was an old one of a Chi in make and. It is reported by the police contained two Blanks cartridges loaded with powder but no build an i witnesses said it was following the tussle a cow red my nuts to go m a supper Wii it served at then it a. A. I foul toss with hut 13 secon Tian Church and All members of that congregation Havo b in invited to bring i covered dish and Partick Pale in the feed. The two teams will be honoured guests. A Fillmore Independent team comprised of outstanding net Talent of that Community will appear again to the local All Star independents at 7 o clock this evening to open the two game affair. Albert of hair returned monday to the Home of his neice. Mrs. Howard Dean from the county Hospital where he has been confined for several Days. Rom lining in the Hall game. Then with about two seconds to go Bill Catt 1 a i Fly from far out on the court and it cleared the rim for the winning Point for Decker. The pointers went into the finals after Downing he Wiley streaks 49 to 40. In the Semi final round Decker won Over Brazil 25 to 24. In the other Semi final game. Besides the hundreds of Putnam county residents supporting Bainbridge at the tourney the pointers had gained hundreds of other follow Oul Nie two Onlin Tietel on a nne two o 0 0 o o 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 today a weather 0 0 and 0 0 local temperature 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Snow Cohler tonight much a older in extreme South generally fair South and mostly Cloudy North tuesday colder in extreme Southeast portion. 32 6 i a. 38 t i b37 8 a. �97 0 a. 37 10 Ftp a. 38 11 a m noon. �36 1 p. 32 2 p. A. A 32
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