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Greencastle Daily Banner (Newspaper) - July 20, 1939, Greencastle, Indiana, 4> a a a a a 9 to weather fair am warmer a it. 0 the daily Banner in i a a United press service . The Home news -5 i i i a $21�?oit Waves for ally volume forty seve Greencastle Indiana thursday .11 1a 20, lit ? a. N a. 2. 7 a Eastern conflict is danger Point i panese and russians at 1 Oddil Ovel i i Mimi. Let i Oil tumor in m us Dea blocked us Britain her instead of China. Hitter views expressed 1 a a Tokyo. July up an off Lal naval Spok a Man said today that Navy was k 1 in 1 Uril and Ovi a dispute Whit Island Ove .1 in Russia t part of the area Russia we i h. Bought that Japan was Loo occupied a a China the spokesman said be. Nuse Japan in amply prepared for my eventualities in the Sakhalin Dis Pute. The spokes charged that Rusia was interfering with Japan sle intimate interns s in the russian it Art of the hand and was Quot inhuman by oppressing Quot japanese by depriving them from food supplies. The spokes i expressed doubt hat Russia would attach properties it of japanese Mccaus Quot it of their refusal to pay fines total ing >112,000, assessed Aga not then Lelauh of Sll it i failure to make Ood on labor contracts. As the spokesman made his state nent Lieut pen. Zensuke Isogai. Commander in hic of the Kwangung or my the japanese army in Man Hutu of arrive of Confer with army readers on the situation which has risen along f the Manchukuo outer Mongolia bord. Where there have Jeen clashes Between japanese Man Ihu Kuan and re Sian mongolian for is. Foreign pain or Hachiro arid d5�?~onferre,l with Baron Kile Hio Hir Oinuma the Pri her today on negotiations Kwh Mcreat Britain regarding the of the British concessions at tientsin. It was Unser stood that at a con Faul Boston rotary speaker Paul Boston superintendent of the consolidated schools Spok before the Crawfordsville rotary club at its regular weekly luncheon wednesday noon. The Craw Fordsville journal and review in its comment on the meeting said a a Well known Indiana educator. Or. Boston addressed the Quot club on a youth needs a spokesman and gave an intensely interesting talk or. Thin subject. A the reviewed present school tendencies and pointed out that the emotional Side of education is too often neglected. In this respect he cited a number of examples and related personal experiences As an educator. A this address was heard by a Large audience which included a number of auditor makes tax abstracts second concert i i of series tonight much smoke democratic leaders leaving weekly conference at White House. From left vice president John n. Garner in a Cloud of his own smoke House Leader William b. Bankhead of Alabama and House majority Leader Sam Rayburn of Texas. Ham been mailed to state offic e for taxation i it poses the second of the series of band concerts played by the Greencastle City band will take place this evening on the South Side of the court House inn. The concert will Start at 8 00 p. A. Gene Pennington directing. On the program for tonight Are Gloria. March by Losey sons of veterans. March by King eyes of Texas Medley by Bays Arcadia overture by laureus slip Horn stuff by Barnes gip Payland March by Lithgow intermission thunderer March by Sousa Black horse troop by Sousa under a circus tent by Garrett basses on a rampage by Huffine Sunnyland overture by Musial stars and stripes forever by Sousa 0\ zoning or interest proposed Law before Oln it to bum. Discussed freest by citizens committee favors proposal commission named by mayor met wednesday and went on record As favouring ordinance gov. Dickinson continues crusade mrs. F. \ Lewman Hai Lull in the office of the auditor of Putnam county the abstract of the assessment of property in Putnam j county has just been completed and it Lias been mailed to the auditor of state for use in that office. The abstract gives the values for taxation purposes of real estate and personal property in the county As sub divided among the 18 taxing units these latter being the town the four towns within the county thi four town within the county. The real estate valuations Are identical with those for the years preceding this but subsequent to the year during which the real estate was assessed there not having been an assessment of real estate for some time. But the personal property assessments Are those taken from the records of the county assessor compiled from this year s reports of the township assessors and vary somewhat friends in Michigan believe Iii sincere by t lacks a m i Kienic e Terence with Sii Robert Craigie. The i from last years figures British amb , yesterday Ariter. Asked. &Quot"3 1.�?that great Britain admit that its far Eastern p has been a Neutral and had favored China. 2.�?>that Britain Promise to cooperate with the japanese army in the fun org toward a maintenance of peace and 3.�?that Britain recognize that present conditions in China were Ruch As existed in War time. Japan and China have never declared War on each other these figures Are the basis upon which the tax levies Are figured in the budgets to be prepared at once in the various taxing units. The slight variance of the valuations of property in the county for this year compared with the valuations for last year would mean a similar drunk Driver Given a Fine Harry Woods was before mayor w. D. A amp Sci in the City court this c i morning on e charge of operating a w i motor vehicle while under the Influ-9% i ence of in Toby ing liquors july 11. J a asked by pres Utor Alport e. Wil _ Liams concerning his guilt or no guilt or. Woods replied. A a Well i was drunk by i done to know whether i was driving or mayor James fined him $10 Anil costs and suspended his Driver s License thirty Days. Rites Condi ted thursday for mrs w \ later tor it slight difference in the amounts of Rad log taxes levied if the rates of taxation were the same but these rates May be radically changed when the budgets Aro prepared. The grand total valuation of real estate Jam its improvements plus the valuation of personal property As shown on this years abstract of values is $ 16.5 14,430. This total in eludes $3.831,800 valuation of personal property. Last year the grand total of prop Charlotte. Mich. July 20 up gov. Luren Dickinson a neighbors thought today having listened with attention to his newest attack an sin that he was a Nice old Man but a a had t been around the radio brought the voice of this most prominent citizen into every parlor last night. The 80-year-old governor was extending his recant dissertation on tin temptations obtaining in Quot High life Quot and the methods whereby girls go wrong for the Benefit of his Home state. He deplored that women and girls were drinking More than they had wondered if a they Learned the a formula advised by a prominent lady of our he said after the broadcast that the a prominent lady Quot was mrs Franklin d. Roosevelt. Bert Collins the towns druggist who knows everyone thought he reflected not Only his own opinion but that of ins townsmen in saying Quot i respect him for the courage of his convictions. But he has t been around very gov. Dickinson s radio speech had been Well advertised and at dusk last night everyone turned on their it uni in a a a a him to no a twin holding an american missionary for $5,000 Jerusalem july 20. Up eleven aimed Arab rebels Are hold inc be Koukl r. Goldner an american missionary of at Iron Ohio for $5.000 Ransom authorities were advised today. It was believed that Goldner was i radios. In the Homes in the gasoline stations. In the nine places in and around this quiet Little farming town of 5,500. Which sell Beer in the two places where whiskey is sold by the drink in the four drug stores which dispense it by the bottle people listened to Quot the governor Quot come to i blows with sin. He was speaking from the studio of station w Jim in Lansing the capital which is 18 Miles from Here. Unaccustomed to radio speaking he had to be introduced to a microphone instructed How to stand and How to address it. Stoop shouldered his eyes glittering behind his spectacles. The Light glistening on his partially Hald head looking his 80 years the governor launched into his speech enthusiastically. He was to have had a state network hut he did t submit a copy of his speech de i robbed of $10,000 friends in Putnam county will regret to learn of the loss suffered in Indianapolis tuesday night by mrs. Frank Lowman who will be quite Well remembered a Here. Mrs. Lew Man was visiting her sister when thieves entered the Home and got away with jewelry valued at $10000 this information was carried briefly in press dispatches from Indianapolis yesterday. Or. Lowman was born and reared at Bainbridge and at present is president of the Richmond Bros. Clothing co., of Cleveland. They often visit their old Home near ban Brit the and Are Well known in that Community. 1-11 huh members g ave for Camp to be held at Sha Kamak state Park i a 23-27 500 will attend of More Putnam county 4-h club members and 10 adults will leave sunday for Shaks Ink Park near Jasonville. To attend the 4-h Camp during the period rom july 23 to 27, inclusive. Forty of the number going from Here will be passengers in the bus which will leave the South Side of the court House Square in Greencastle at 1 30 sunday and the remainder of the number will go in private conveyances. There will be 4-h members from Putnam Clay and Sullivan counties making a total attendance of about 500, it is thought. Among those who have enrolled for the Camp arc the following Juanita Mcclure Fern Cantrell Ruth Morphew Dorothy Bryant. Wilma. Jean Hster. June Smith Helen Shepherd. Norma Jean Baldwin. Elsie mkt a ban John c. Cantonwine. James Bruner. Dale Bush Ong Myron clo Felter Dale Cue Kathryn Boyd. Frances Knauer Hazel Sanford med. Elizabeth Long. Joyce Jarvis. Merle Vaught Loma Thomas. Doris Campbell George golds Berry James c. Spencer. Dorothy Rader. Pauline Kendall. Phyllis invade Newport 2,000 Are expected to invade Swanky Atlantic Oast resort town Newport. R. I. July 20. Up two thousand shouting Harlem negroes will break the stand serenity of this Swank society summer Colony next week or the following one with an open air revival meeting on the Lawn of mrs. Angela c Kaufman s mansion she disclosed today. The gathering to Marn the opening of father divine a Newport heaven will be within easy earshot Ltd mrs. Kaufman a millionaire neighbors. Who had sought to protect their privacy by keeping her from getting a liquor License. Walked in her attempt to turn her Home into a hotel she turned it Over to the negro cult Leader. Mrs. Kaufman was Busy today arranging for til. Construction of bleachers on the Lawn to hold the ?. 000 and for a Steamboat Large enough to bring them from new York. She also said she was ordering engraved invitations for the Barbecue picnic and fish Fry to be held on father divine s arrival. They w. I a. Lunion galls protest Lassek Sis for cessation of one by against new wage Law Washington. July 29 up1 the workers Alliance ordered its members to leave their spa jobs today in a one Day protest against provisions of the 1940 Relief Bill Alliance officials estimated that 500,000 workers in More than 1.0 h cities would participate in the demonstrate pm. Alliance Headquarters said the time of demonstrations in each City was being fixed by local units. President David Lasser said a preliminary Survey indicated Quot at least a. A million workers would protest and support demands for chances in Quot unjust and unworkable Quot features of that it i new Relief Law. The Alliance called the demonstration after abandoning participation in spa strikes against a provision of the new act which substituted Security wages for the prevailing Union pay scale for skilled labourers. The american federation of labor and the Congers of Industrial organizations which supported the walkouts against elimination of the prevailing wage were invited to join in today a demonstration. Approximately 100.000 workers have been involved in the strikes and will he mailed to All her neighbors. 1 a i Don t want anything too Elanor i ate for a pulpit Quot she the. Carpen-1 n of it it Han 32 000 a Ltd dismissed tors who will build the bleachers. For violating a spa Rule against staying away from projects for Mot than five Days. Lasser said that contrary to pro. ? reports based on official spa Fig a father divine s principles demand simplicity and i want to do what he would she said one of her neighbors she give his name had of or its thl get that a strikes were decrease struggle is gaining new % being held dead sea. In the Vicinity of the a nil Iloh la a my i Lului last rites for mrs. Nancy Jane Torr wife of Walter Torr. Who died Kilt civil Sci tuesday evening at her Cine South we it of Greencastle were held thursday aft croon at 3 of clock from the Rector funeral Home the Rev. V. L. Raph pastor of the presbyterian Church w us in charge. Interment was in the Boone Hutcheson cemetery. Gets new Post be Meier. Doru Smi 1 1 i i i Komek go Kent youth to Skaf h in Florida Jun lot College this Winter Doris injured in act id \ i w id Esi it it Dort 8nr?. Daughter of or. And in. A James Smedley East of is confined to the Putnam a a at Tea ital due to injuries suf iras la an Accident in Marion town a hip. Late pm afternoon. It Wau Smedley was injured Whin Thep truck on which she and Chat full a Bdrm were Riding struck a a Tho St. Petersburg Independent says or. Carl Vincent Confer for the past three years a history teacher at the University of Pennsylvania has been added to the faculty of St. Petersburg Junior College for the coming year in the department c f history it was announced today by president Robert b. Reed. Or. Confer is a graduate of de Pauw University of Greencastle ind., and is a member of Phi Beta Kappa National minor for icy. He is also c member of Sigma Delta Chi. Nation Morris. Mary Linn Coleman Hilda in Advance to station Xyz Dot j an Knol Mary la Alexander troit the network s key station and Kog Elynn Ferrand Dorothy Mae Fin-1 Ney Anna Belle Rogers Donald Hoskins. Estle Cantonwine. Billy temp Leman. Warren Foster Stanley Lew Man Mary due Paula Eiteljorge Emily Ann Long Eva Covert. Betty Lee Baker Doris Grace Giri. Eliza 14 Outi Nim in on i ii re our feed it Send his yacht fur father and his Angels but that Shi had decided on the Steamboat because a i want to have As Many disciples As possible see their Newport a Deputy sheriff arrived a few minutes after mrs. Kaufman had completed a Survey of the bleacher site with the carpenters. He was forced to push attachment writs for j $137, obtained by a hotel Supply company under the door. Mrs. Kaufman said she was not worried regarding threatened court action to prevent her from turning her House into a heaven. A Lien against the property has been obtained by countess Dorothy Killip Poni widow of Richard Washburn child tie former owner. Ing. A the a we have been As ured by friends of changes in the Law in Congress that they Are ready to move ahead vigorously for the passage of amendments Quot he said. Marion toys is Lull trustee ads school contracts trustees plan meet at Turkey run inn plans for the Semi annual meeting of the sixth District township trusted association which will be held at Turkey run inn. Thursday. August 10. Are being rapidly completed. The trustees of Parke county will be hosts for the meeting. Otto Jensen of the state Board of accounts will give an address on the subject. Quot budgets and budget Muk ing Quot which will be of value to the trustees. Other educational and entertainment features Are being arranged. The association includes All the trustees in Vigo Parke. Vermillion Fountain. Warren. Montgomery. Putnam. Hendricks Boone and Hamilton. A a Ltd it head or. Hodge in the Al professional journalism society son at Belle feed crash. In. And mrs. Dallas Hodge of 1 1 r Confer did his graduate worn the Young woman suf a at the University of Pennsylvania ies to both legs in the where i received the degree of a. M and . In the Field of history. Double rites commuted for love i ale residents double funeral services were held thursday afternoon at 2 o clock from the Reed funeral Home in clo Masoni it notice Temple la a it no. 47 f amp a. M will cancer the e. A. Degree Friday evening july 21 members Are urged to attend. He has also travelled in Europe and Verdale. For William Coffman age studied at the Institute do pantheon 80 years and his sister. Mrs. Alice at Paris France. His particular Field Mcavoy. Age 83 years. Both died in Larkin i signs from tax Board reason Larkin who was reappointed a member of the county tax Adlus ment Board by judge c. C. Gillen last Spring yesterday presented his resignation to judge William m. Sutherlin because of the pressure of his private business. Or. Larkin served on the Board in 1037 and 1938. Judge Sutherlin appointed Philip Hutcheson to fill the place Marie vacant by or. Larking a resignation. 20 years a of in g keen Astle Putnam death due to a rare disease Marion Sears trustee of Marion township has awarded contracts for school bus routes during the coming four years. They Are lower than heretofore and the contracts went to the lowest bidders As follows Leon Buis Ollie Sutherlin Earl Case George Smiley. Ira Nichols Nathan Curtis and John Mccammack Price ranged from $3.45 to $4.24 per Day for the various routes the committee of business an i proves ional men and members of the City Council appointed by the Council at its meeting monday evening to consider the proposed zoning ordinance. Met wednesday evening Al but two of the committee members being in attendance. E. B Taylor and Frank j. Cannon were unable to attend. City attorney Marshall d. Abrams who is a member of the committee was present and explained Legal phases of the provisions of the ordinance. The members of the committee expressed approval of the ordinance in general and recommended that the City Council pass it. There will be a called meeting of the Council july 24 to consider the ordinance Anil to hear remo Strant is to its adoption. Mem ebors of the Council have expressed a desire to discuss the terms of the ordinance in detail and it is considered unlikely that it will be Appi Ovod at the special meeting at. The committee meeting wednesday evening suggestions were made of changes of a minor nature in the text of the proposed City Law and it is probable that these alterations will be made before the document is presented to the Council for final consideration. Also the Council itself May make Radical alterations in it and. Too. Tho Council has the privilege of passing on the ordinance in any form. The a tor has been freely discussed since its proposal by the Council and most people feel that some Fonn of control should be exercised by the City on building within the City. The matter of gasoline stations has let Een a Thorn in the Cost cil s Side for some years and this probably has brought the matter to focus More than any other thing. It is believed that any zoning ordinance which the Council Nav pass will be sufficiently elastic to allow for the natural growth of the City in an Industrial Way and in As much As the City is known More for its Home atmosphere than As an Industrial Center most people feel that whatever move the City promotes to add to its attractiveness As a place in which to live the better the City will to. Ther is much discussion in the City concerning one or More of Tho provisions of the ordinance. Section 10 of the ordinance provides penalties for violations. That Section provides in part a any person Fonn or Corpia Tion who shall violate any of the provisions of this ordinance or fail to comply therewith or who shall build or alter any building or any premises or any part thereof where anything in violation of this Odi Nanco shall exist or any architect builder tractor agent person or corporation the1 employed in connection therewith and Wiio May have assisted in the commission of such violation with of interest is modern european his toy. At the University of Pennsylvania. Where he taught history he tuesday following a Brief illness. The Rev. Harold Mccammack of Belle Union conducted the services. Was also supervisor of an Intra Mur a interment was made in the Clover \ Fry left for a two weeks trip Charles Barnaby bought a silent six roadster from George Christie. Or. And mrs. Nelson Taulman and son Roland returned from a visit in Southern Indiana. Frank Thomas was driving a new Monroe touring car. Miss Effrey Voliva and miss Myrtle to or. Verne k. Harvey state health commissioner has attributed the i death of a 5-year-old Putnam county i girl at the James Whitcomb Riley i Hospital for children to Rocky Mountain spotted fever. It is the first j death in Indiana this year from the. Disease he said. The victim was Mary Woodall daughter of or. And mrs. Fred Woodall living North of Greencastle. A new treatment used by the indians. University medical Center in combating other cases of the disease failed to save her. Or. Harvey said the treatment discovered Only this year had been tried successfully on two earlier cases. The disease relatively new in Indiana has a fifty per cent mortality rate in the state or. Harvey said and the state health Board is making efforts to acquaint physicians with its symptoms and proper meth ods i f treatment. Al athletic program. Dale cemetery. Denver Colo. Notice members of boy scout troop 99 wishing transportation to All night curing report at the Christian Church at 9 00 a. M. Friday. Insurance l or wheat growers need Only my in in Tion before rops y re seeded wheat growers who want to take a out insurance on wheat for Harvest in 1940 need Only file an application and pay the Premium before they seed their crop or before the final Date set for applications Ora a. Day member of the Putnam county agricultural conservation committee stated today. A the procedure for taking crop insurance under the 1940 plan has been simplified so that the grower can insure his wheat in Only one or. Day explained. A under the new plan the county committee figures the insurable yield and Premium i ate for each Farmer and notifies him of his yield and rate. Then tie Farmer applies for insurance to cover the number of acres of wheat he intends to sow. The total amount of his Premium is figured when the Farmer files his application at which time he also pays his crop insurance premiums May be paid with an Advance on future aaa 4 on i in Cuil on i aug Twu 4 4 o Iii Ili Iliili ill 11 i our i polish customs official wounded Danzig. July 20. Up a Danzig customs official shot and wounded v polish custom. Official at pos Belau n a Danzig today. Danzig nazis asserted that the pole standing in polish territory fired without warning at the Danzig customs Man who returned the fire in self defense. 0 o 0 o 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 today s weather 0 0 and 0 0 local temperature 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 fair tonight anti Friday somewhat warmer Friday except along Lake Michigan. Minimum 68 a i in. 71 7 a. M. 71 a i 1 i m 78 1c i ii .81 11 a. A. 82 12 nor it a. 83 1 p a 83 2 p. A. 83
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