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Greencastle Daily Banner (Newspaper) - July 10, 1939, Greencastle, IndianaI a a a g tiie weather Faik and wait mkt -i-4 @ forty seven the daily Banner 0fl United in Kess t All the Home news @9 i it Waves for All a i keen Castle Indiana monday july 10, 1� not a. Is to will Tine his % Campaign Plain it a i a 2<�ha� Boen Oki eked social Seh Colter Lor and is expect pm id to accept Quot ago Cottam e i omm tonal it reports Lue it that i will be a in. I permit 1 to it it Ontic ii in Resl a / Hii tial ambitions Washington. July 10 up a Paul v. Mcnutt s Campaign for the 1m0 Democrat la presidential Nomin took a new turn Over the week end with reports that the commissioner of the Philippines has been offered the to t it of director of the newly created Federal Security administration. High government officials said offered the position latal week and that Mcnutt who waa expected to accept will give his decision this week. Poltl Loal observers believed this development would become a major Factor in Mcnutt a presidential Campaign. It was understood that a condition of which Mcnutt would accept included in understanding that his friends could continue to seek the nomination it or him. It was admitted Fiat in Fra Job would give Mcnutt an excellent sounding Board from which to expound his views on social Security unemployment Etc. In n it to of Monon robbery the raiding of a North bound Monon freight train at Bainbridge by sheriff a once Graham and Deputy sheriff Tom Vandiver saturday resulted in a. Haul of four hoboes. They were brought Here but. Later were released by Monon Railroad detectives. Jefe in said was made at the request of the Monon officers who were trying to locate men who had robbed a train in the Southern part of the state the hoboes taken by the local officers were not considered connected with the robbery. Scouts return from Camp trip ten Putnam county boy scouts spent the past week at Camp Kriet Enstein the boy scout Camp located in the southwestern Corner of Putnam county. Robert Monnett Jack Crawley. Junior Grimes and Merl Grimes were the Greencastle representatives from troop 95 of Maple Heights. Buell Ross Raymond Baker. Marvin Jackson. Richard Pruitt. Harold Jackson and Eugene Cox. All of troop 96. Fillmore represented that newly organized troop. The first four of the Fillmore boys made such Fine camping records that they were pledged to the order of the Arrow the National boy scout ser j vice fraternity for scouts of first class rank and outstanding scouting ability. Only nine boys in the Camp received this Honor. All of the boys earned Camp honors and made considerable Progress in scouting. Honeymoon interrupted by sentence flood s decoration property and livestock loss were expected heavy with 100 persons killed As result of sudden flood in Eastern Kentucky. Hundreds were reported homeless. Above Ellis Henson of Morehead ponders what to do with his car that caught flood s Force. Prison Elk at state Reaidi he i Calls experiences of Bride and himself local a. P. A. Is still at work five Lam in Puis o n honeymoon broken up by arrest following Row boat ride from Washington Brazil meeting sunday indicates Tro i ble in three nearby counties former residents ure in article _ cupping received Here tolls of Oklahoma f incident Thia newspaper has received clipping originally route 4, in treat of i a gathered i the Oklahoma news ent to mrs Fred Johns a castles telling of the i in a former resident Itle by the great crowd _ Oklahoma City on the Occo Elon of a visit there of president party. The forme i r Greencastle resident is t. J. Foxworthy a son of the late Logan Fok worthy. Remembered by older residents or. Foxworthy now 70 years old is proprietor of a store in Oklahoma. City which Sells soft drinks a a Side line. The celerity with which the 70-year old Man waited on the soft drink customers aroused their attention. The clipping said a it was a sheer pleasure to watch him in action. There was no lost motion. His intelligent fingers and Arma were poetry in motion he was opening do bottle serving the drink and a wiping the Money into Tho till in Lew time than it takes to Tell it. Or. Foxworthy talked entertainingly to the import r of the Oklahoma paper concerning the old Gold Rush Days in Reno. Worthy a former Putnam county girl talked of the excitement in Reno preceding the fight Between Jim Jiffies and the negro. Jack a Johnson. I she said a gambling was rampant Tex Rickards raw Gold c Glatty for the fight was on open it aptly. Jack Johnson a White wife a Little Blond woman weighing a i than 198 pounds wore so Many and Gold rings on her fing arcely could raise her her a unique heart gripping and humorous narrative comes to us from the Indiana state penal farm. It was written by a Man at the farm and is a True Story of the melancholy happenings in the honeymoon of another Man who also is serving a term at the farm. Others who were concerned in the mishaps that interrupted the honeymoon Are in women a prison and menus prison elsewhere. The writer of the tale Heads it Quot Rowboat honeymoon jails. Mayor interrupts entourage by penal farm the mayor referred to is the chief executive of Loogootee this state. You w111 sympathize with the Bride and bridegroom in their woes Quot a combination honeymoon and Cherry picking adventure ended with the voluptuous Bride languishing in the women state prison and the bewildered Groom an inmate at the Indiana state farm. A was the posies came in Bloom Walter Bailey 44, and his Bride of an age Short six years decided that it was High time they took off on their belated honeymoon. The weather was Ideal an l besides work was at a standstill in Muskogee Oklahoma. Of course there was the very Small j matter of having necessary funds i to provide transportation but love always finds a Way. Then too. Dame Rumor had spread the word that the Cherry picking season was in full Sway around Hart Michigan and that is the Mecca for those that Bow Down to Eros. Without further Adieu the carpet bags were stuffed and tulle Mae packed a shoe Box full of liver sandwiches and they were on the Way to show the world just what two folks in love could really do. As they trudged Down the Road they talked of the land of the luscious cherries where Romance never Dies. On i in Ikumi on l him Liri a the dissensions within the ranks of spa labor in Many parts of Tho United states in protest against the recently enacted congressional regulation of the spa administration has not affected the spa situation in Putnam county. There arc 265 spa employees working in this county mostly on Highway jobs principally widening and grading. The Putnam county employees began work the first week in july on the new hour schedule which requires 150 hours per month in place of the 110 hours formerly required. The wage schedule for the 150 hours has not been announced yet for the 110 hours formerly required the employees were paid $44. No one connected with the work in Putnam county has any information in regard to the wage scale. The increase in the number of hours was accepted without open dissension in this county. Posted in the office of the spa Road projects in the county is a copy of a letter from w. P. Harington spa commissioner at Washington which emphatically states that any spa worker who Absents himself or herself from his or her Job five Days consecutively shall be dropped from the Rolls. Rkia Lik License Spencer route 2. Roach Elizabeth Mcgrath route Wisconsin Man kills employer farm Ham goes Berserik following round of drinks kills self Elmer i g. Hammond teacher it. Route 3, Greencastle. And Wanda Zel la Bailey housekeeper route 1, fill-11 More. William j. Pfister alumni Secretary Champaign in., and Helen Elizabeth Kin. Teacher Greencastle. 1 is elks Lodge will meet in regular session tuesday evening at 8 o clock. Sparta. Wis., july 10.�? up authorities believed today that liquor and jealousy caused Henry Stark. 56. Usually a quiet farm hand to go berserk club his employer to death wound the employers wife and daughter then kill himself. The tragedy occurred Early yesterday after the employer Robert Williams 51. Had trapped Stark in the bedroom of Williams twin daughters Bernice and Eunice. 19. Stark had worked on Williams farm. 11 Miles Southwest of Sparta for 13 years. He was separated from i j his wife. Saturday night he came a i into town visited several taverns. And returned to the farm Early in the morning. He took off his shoes and crept into the twinks room. A if you scream ill kill he told them. Both girls cried out and Williams ran into the room. Stark picked up a Ball Bat and beat him to death. Mrs. Williams ran into the room As Stark ran out. The three continued on in Aue two spa projects in three Hoosier counties were at a standstill today As workers carried out a strike voted unanimously at a mass meeting at Brazil yesterday to protest new regulations increasing working hours without providing for wage increases. Work was stopped in Vermillion. Clay and Sullivan counties and approximately 200 workers set up picket lines to prevent anybody from reaching their jobs. About 3.000 men were thrown out of work in the three counties. A a we re not going to let anyone work a a Volunteer picket said yesterday at the conclusion of the mass meeting. Court no longer preserves liberties san Francisco. July 10.�? up the supreme court no longer preserves constitutional liberties. Frank j. Hogan president of the american bar association said today in opening the association s 62nd annual convention. He said the present court had reversed constitutional doctrines a a established principles and that therefore. The legislative Branch of government would have to protect the people against a arbitrary exercise of he praised Justice Janies Clark Mcreynolds and Pierce Butler for a courageous efforts to preserve landmark after landmark of the Law a and to Stop a the procession of precedents to the Allen rites held last rites for Robert Allen a former resident of Greencastle who died in Boston. Mass., were held monday afternoon from the Rector funeral Home in charge of father Thomas Mcgrath. Interment was made in Forest Hill cemetery. Pallbearers were Simpson Stoner Frank Cannon. Marshall Abrams Russell Welch Wilbur Donner and Henry shoptaugh. Indiana Roadside Council aids fight for safety conservation and Laws the Indiana Roadside Council is a talk about this at the meetings of squirrels were killed saturday the lure of the squirrels in the i ods near Isaac Skelton a Lake in South Washington township brought. Wee to one Man from Indianapolis and one from Muncie saturday. The Muncie Man George Morris had gone to Indianapolis to visit Vincent Rector Wall. And they decided to come Down to Putnam county and Hunt in cur Woods. It is the closed season on squirrels of course. Victor Walter Putnam county game Warden heard them shooting Anil arrested them for Hunting squirrels out of season. In a Justice of the peace court Rector Wall paid a Fine of $10 and costs total $23.50, and forfeited his .22 Cal. Rifle and his Hunting License. Morris paid in the same amount and lost his 410 a. Shotgun and his License. It was a big Day for the two men. My at wave ends after 57 deaths $53,268 awarded Cloverdale for \ sewer Anno m ement m i e by sen. \ \ \ \ i its at Washington monday morning plans Well underway bids Llave been asked for project Oil Jelly 25. S her w ill Complete water system. Group of organizations who have banded together to beautify Indiana promote safety on highways preserve natural Beauty and to help enforce legislation. The organizations from which it is formed Are the Federated clubs p. T. A. A. A. U. W. Garden clubs Home economic clubs farm Bureau country life i. A. R. And business and professional women s clubs. The state is divided into districts. This District is called the Crawfordsville District of the Indiana Roadside Council. The counties in the Northern group of the Crawfordsville District Are Clinton. Tippecanoe Warren and Fountain. The counties in the Central group of the Crawfordsville District Are Montgomery Boone Hendricks Parke and Vermillion. The counties in the Southern group of the Crawfordsville District Are Vigo Clay. Putnam or. Gun and Owen. Mrs. J. H. Pitchford is chairman of the Southern a a roup of the Indiana Roadside Council three objectives have been adopted for the coming year by the Roadside Council 1. Safety on Indiana highways working for a National uniform traffic code and in the meantime learn the present Indiana traffic Laws and talk for their to Force ment. Also learn what the Highway department has done to build safety into roads. 2. Conservation preserve the Nat the various organizations and Community gatherings. When you talk at meetings of Young people talk to them about saving Trees vines and shrubs along roadsides also to keep fences at their own Homes Clear of trash. Beautify your own Yards and Flower Gat Lens. The Highway department is landscaping at proper places along the Roadside. 3. Legislation. Learn More about zoning the roadsides and what Benefit it will be to taxpayers when handled properly. Also be informed As l a out Iii uni on inu4 four i school Hoard opinions differ attorneys i feet a to who 1ias authority in selecting new Board member there is a difference of opinion among attorneys in Greencastle in regard to the meaning of the new Law affecting the election of a member of the Board of trustees of the renewed rising temperatures seen for tomorrow or wednesday Hail Mic ii i Rill drought c condition in new England c Orn damage in Midwest Are report i d by United press showers and Cooling breezes ended today a week Long heat wave which killed 57 persons and caused heavy damage to crops. U. S. Forecaster j. K. Lloyd at Chicago said cooler weather was general throughout the country except in some sections of the West and Northwest. Me said temperatures might begin to climb again tomorrow or wednesday. A mass of cold air moving eastward Over the Midwest and scattered thundershowers in the East South and Southwest combined to Tumble temperatures. A severe Hail storm with stones on Inch and a half in diameter ended the heat on old Mission Peninsula at traverse City mich., but caused approximately $50.000 damage to fruit Orchards. The stones damaged Greencastle consolidated school. The j cherries and apples and broke Many advisory Board of Greencastle town ship will take the position that the Law makes it the duty of the advisory Board to elect a member of the windows. Twelve of the heat deaths were in Massachusetts. Illinois had six Michigan Pennsylvania. Iowa and school Board residing in the township i Wisconsin five each Missouri four outside of the City of Greencastle. Alabama. Minnesota. Kansas. Indi and. At the meeting of the advisory Ana and Louisiana two each and Board wednesday a school trustee will be elected to succeed Guy Wright. Ural Beauty along our roadsides and Black will be chosen to fill the place the person elected will be listed As a Chamberlain is making guarantees Arkansas Tennessee Oklahoma Maine and Rhode Island one each. It is believed that Robert a in addition the new England states London. July 10. Up prime minister Neville Chamberlain told the House of commons today that great Britain is a firmly resolved to fulfil her guarantee of military Aid Democrat. Opposing this attitude is the opinion of it least one other attorney who maintains that this vacancy is to be filled by the Greencastle City Council. It is said that an opinion on the Point at Issue was secured from the attorney general of the state who to Poland if polish Independence is supported the Contention that the Chr catered at the free City of Danzig election to fill this vacancy is to Blip. An anxiously awaited statement a the advisory Board of the town approved by Poland in Advance ship. Chamberlain said i _ a a we have guaranteed to give our assistance to Poland in Case of a Clear threat to her Independence which she considers it vital to resist with her National forces adn to arc fully resolved to carry out this divorce e asked Virginia l. Hoadley 1006 South College Avenue is applicant in the Putnam circuit court for divorce from John w. Hoadley. They were married May 21 this year and separated on the ninth of the next month. She alleges desertion and non support. Her attorney is Theodore Crawley. 20 years a it o in Green Cablk the members of Delta Theta Tail and their men friends surprised miss Mildred Gardner at her Home in Parke Street in Honor of her birthday. Mrs. Henry Ostrom returned from a visit at Perrysville. At fish put in Albin lakh Albin s Lake North and ast of Greencastle Friday had its Catfish population very greatly increased. Victor Walter game Warden put an unnumbered lot of 3-Inch yellow Catfish in the Lake possibly thousands of them which he and other game wardens had rescued from a Bayou left in a Corn Field near Clinton by the receding water of the Wabash liver. The other wardens were Walter flicking Janies Hughes of Clay. There were 10.000 Catfish taken from the Bayoff altogether but big Walnut Creek in Putnam county received the thousands of Young Channel and Flathead fish from the Bayou. The Channel cat were about 6 inches Long. The Flat Heads Are the kind that sometimes attain a weight of 100 pounds. Another activity of the game wardens. This last week end. Was the seizure of a 30-foot Seine hidden in a Metal Container in a hog Bam on Floyd Allan s barn near Ladoga the reported that 30 persons had drowned while seeking Relief from the heat. Drought conditions damaged crops in new England and mid Westem Farmers reported that their Corn which in some states was damaged two weeks ago by too much rain had j Wang Ching Wei suffered from the heat. Arizona was the hottest state in the country yesterday before temperatures started to drop. Phoenix and Yuma reported highs of 112. Temperatures in the High 80 s were reported Over a wide area. Other representative readings last night Memphis 80. Des Moines 85 Minneapolis and St. Paul 79 St. Louis 88 Boston. 75 Philadelphia it it on t i ii ill la on i Liue to we a workers picket Pontiac Fael Orv Force it to it As a showdown against general motors Pontiac. Mich july 10 up or of Parke county and United automobile workers pickets massed at the Gates of the Pontiac Fisher body Plant today and forced the factory to close in what was described by the Union As a a showdown in its strike against general motors corporation. There was no violence. An estimated 700 pickets were assembled at the Plant s two main Gates. Fifty police under personal direction of City manager William p. Edmonson who had promised Safe the approval by the administration of Washington of the request of the town Board of Cloverdale for the allotment for the construction of a sanitary sower system for that town is announced in h Telegram to the daily Banner from United states senator Frederick Vannuys today. The allotment is $53.268. And is to to augmented by a much smaller sum raised but the Sale of Revenue Bond s at Cloverdale. The Board of trustees of clovers at have advertised for bids for the materials required for the construction of the sewer system and treatment Plant the bids to be received Unm 1 o clock the afternoon of july 25 at the regular meeting place of the Hoard. These bids Are to Supply tile lumber. Rotary distributed filter Stone sludge collecting mechanism sludge pump and motor manhole covers Concrete blocks and blasting materials. Commissioners live out roof contract the Board of commissioners of Putnam county. Saturday let Tho contract for replacement of the Metal covering of the roof of the court House to Fred Williams of Green Castle. The commissioners als selected the lighting fixtures for the new jail and residence of the sheriff for which Goldstein Bros of Indiana Olis have the contract. Discus formation m Yural or it Ian out i pied .1x1 territory May be it led by exp remier tientsin july 10 up blockade of French Concession at Hankow was threatened today As delegates of the japanese sponsored d regimes at piping and banking met to consider formation of a Central government to Rule Over Japuncic occupied territory. Today a conference of delegates of the piping and banking a puppet a regimes was convened at Tsin Tao on the sea coast. It was indicated that it probably would result in the nomination of former chinese Premier is head of a centralized government which under j api Vise sponsorship would Rule occupied territories and purport to supplant the government of China. Wang was believed to have left Shanghai during the week end for Tsin Gato. Ills newspaper mouthpiece Chung Wajih Pao Rea Peund at Shanghai yesterday after a Long suspension and published a statement by Wang he said that it was to i question who would win in the contest Between China which was just now trying to make herself Strong an Ltd prosperous an l Japan which was already powerful and prosperous. He urged chinese japanese cooperation and said that after the War Japan and China would form an economic Union. Wang is 54. He had been known As the handsomest Man in China. In 1935. As Premier he was shot and dangerously wounded by an anti japanese Assassin. Wang left chinese 11 in i i ii i Al in i Iik-1 two 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 today a weather 0 a and 0 0 local temperature 0 0 0 0 0 0 a 0 0 0 0 0 fair tonight and tuesday some what cooler in Southwest portion to entry for any person wishing to go night warmer in North portion tues to work also were on hand. A Day. A few workers entered through a a a the picket lines but a majority of farm being on the Ladoga mail route 2, Northeast of Roachdale. The Seine them either stood across the Stre Tcharles Fay of Rockport visited was 10 feet High. It Cost or. Allen from the Plant or left at once. Police his sister mrs. Elmer Vancleve. A total of $40 in the court of Justice once attempted to link arms and Paul Wright returned to his worn of the peace a. A. Watts at Craw form an aisle leading to the Gates in the Gautier drug store after visit Fordsville. The s. Ine was found by but pickets in a flying wedge Brok ? ing his parents in North Vernon. Warden d. M. Vermillion Wilbur through and thereafter it was agreed or. And mrs. Warren Newgent of Flickenger. James Hughes Clifford that police would not attempt t it Greencastle visited his father Silvus Charles Baxter. Walter landform a Barrier if picketing Contin Quot Uncle Ned Newgent in the country. Captain Cha Lea Weser. Used on a. Orderly basis. Minimum 6 a. M. 7 a. M. 8 a. M. 9 a. M. 10 a. M. 11 a. M. 12 noon. 1 p. M. P in. 68 78 80 81 83 83 83 84 84 i
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