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Greencastle Daily Banner (Newspaper) - July 24, 1939, Greencastle, IndianaI 0 j the weather us am a Kier l. A me forty seven the daily Banner in Foj v United i Hess service t am. The Home news 0 4, a it Waves for ally a ree Castie Indiana monday .11 24, a. Not. 124 1 1. Crowe i appear to Centennial i isl i k it of i a i a a wife Xxiii. Be on sunday Prog Axl k a k e Violi n Enny. Chairman of sunday am announces additional a events Europe expected to escape general War coi incl to during the present year u. P. Writer says a a a j e vitors note Webb Miller euro press diplomatic reporters in eng Pean general manager of the United land and on the continent. Press canvassed his diplomatic re. A.1 Only a month ago men in Wasli porters abroad by Cable Over the week end for their latest confident consider new Law tonight in ton with Access to secret reports from All Over Europe told me that reports the of look for peace the chances of War in 1939 were or War. Today the famous War Cor unday afternoon program of Verdale Centennial Cerebra i week is to be enriched by Dpi nce of Morris Crowe. 81 at one time a resident of ale township but much better jus a citizen of Carp on state several Miles South of cart mrs. Crowe will be with ill the two will recall old Days no. He fingering the strings line Stradivarius which has the Crowe family 75 years. A quire by a trader ancestor Crowe in new Orleans from Ard. Mrs. Crowe will be the Anist. Or. And mrs. Crowe men featured in City news Pap were the subject of a special i the daily Banner a couple s ago. Partly because of their a served ability As performers music and. Also because of of the treasures which they respondent and foreign news executive present against his own background of Twenty two years in Europe. A digest of the response to that unique canvass. Miller is in new Yorken route Back to his Post in London after a Holiday in Michigan and California. New York. July 24 up1 in All probability Europe will scrape through 1939 without a general War. But in september or october when this years big show Down comes Europe will work up to a dangerous crisis that will make almost As much news As the outbreak of a War. Adoplh Hitler must have a Victory. If he is walked at Danzig it is Likely that he will snatch a cheap Victory in Southeastern Europe at the expense of Slovakia Hungary or Yugoslavia. After bringing his people up to their present pitch he can scarcely Mark time indefinitely. Those Are the net conclusions arrived at after a personal off the record Cable canvass of leading United fifty fifty. Since then despite London foreign office denials there Are definite reasons to believe that the British a it urging Poland to be As a provocative As possible toward Germany on the Danzig question. And As at the time of Munich Britain a attitude is a controlling Factor. After parliament adjourns on August 4 those in the British government who want to satisfy Germany on the Danzig question will have More Elbow room for their efforts. Already there Are sign that Britain s advice to Poland to go it easy with Germany is having its effect. Cables from the three most interested capitals Lindan Berlin and Warsaw agree that the chances for some sort of transactional Deal it a Danzig Are fairly Good. Current private negotiations Are for the purpose of finding some basis for a Deal which would satisfy Germany on Danzig and not be wholly a accept <1 ii i rave two i it important session of coi n to on proposed zoning ordinance i i in a shop i re heard preaching a Michigan governor of these treasures will be on at the Centennial possibly platform from which they presented to the Centennial e. Sunday afternoon. By an Donus Denny. One of valued things is a hymn Book was Given to or. Crowe s pan Mother by Martha Wash a life of George Washington Lizit Vernon in the year 1785. Particularly the property of i Washington smother. Mary Seton and Many of its pages a Comers turned Down Indi mrs. Washington a favorite one of the hymns. A Home v a was Sung at Mary Wash a funeral. Or. Crowed a great Walsh Lovett. Rather As a girl was in the of mob. Washington some or. Crowe will Wear on the of his coat a thirteen Star Flag Pim by Michael c. Kerr then Albany who was speaker of National House in 1875. When Rowe then a lad. Recited the at Ion of Independence so Well at political rally at which i was the orator at Salem state. The Flag was worn by the american patriots at the Der of Cornwallis at York by Michael Kerry a grand Fath Mary Lovett Dies a sanitarium ii i been receiving treatment in us i ords Yeeee when death c ame the death of miss Mary Lovett of Greencastle. Occurred at 10 30 of clock sunday night at the Ben Hur sanitarium at Crawfordsville. Where she had been under treatment since november. She was 78 years of age and her death was attributed principally to causes arising from her age. Miss Lovett was a life Long resident of Putnam county and was the. Daughter of Thomai and Catherine s4ie had been in ill health for Many years and had been confined to her bods i March 1933. Survivors Are three Brothers t. J. A and w. D. Lovett both of Roachdale Anil or. F. Lovett of Carthage. Ind. And four Sisters mrs. G. N. Thompson of Delphi. Misses Kate and Nelle Lovett and mrs. Charles e. Crawley this City. There Are also several nieces and nephews. She was a member of St. Paul i Goldner in Good health As captive Jerusalem july 24 up it Ger Ould r. Goldner. Akron Ohio preacher reported in a letter today j that he was in Good health and spent most of his time playing cards with the Arab rebels who kidnapped him wednesday. The letter disclosed that Goldner was being kept in a dry Well most of the time so that lie would be Sale from search parties. An unidentified Arab called fit y. M. C. A. Headquarters today Ami said he had mailed the letter for it Iii Bethlehem because he feared search by military patrols on the Jerusalem Road. He was sent Back at once with foil for Guldner who mentioned in his letter Itiat he was tired of arb food. A. L. Miller of Sioux City. Iowa general Secretary of the y. M. C. A., left for Bethlehem in Hope that Gold nor s Safe release would in effected within a few hours. Goldner s letter was addressed to his futher or. Jacob h. Goldner of Cleveland who suffered a heart attack saturday b 1 tonight s meeting m ill give All concerned it Haiie to air their opinions the Greencastle City Council will hold a special an-1 an important meeting this evening at 7 30 of clock at which time the proposed zoning ordinance will be discussed. Several have voiced opposition to the ordinance while others Are heartily in favor of such a plan to protect the residence sections of Greencastle from the encroachment of any business that might damage adjoining property. Those who Are opposed to the ordinance and those who favor it will have their Day in court when the Council meets tonight. At this meeting is the Tina for them to express themselves. If they remain away and then criticise any action the Council May take they Are at a fault if the Council acts contrary to their views. No doubt the Council will act in favor of the majority and tonight in the time for citizens to appear and to heard. That is tin purpose of the meeting and if everyone Speaks the City officials then will know How to act for the Benefit of the majority. Catholic Church from which funeral i it aus of sleeplessness services wm1 be conducted by father Mcgrath. Tuesday morning at 9 00 of clock. Friends May Call at the Recto. Funeral Home. It is requested that no Flowers be sent. Ordale is now flaunting some Street decorations honouring Muing Centennial Celebration. I most prominent feature of Indianapolis i Estonia orations so far. Is the word hogs 6.500 holdovers 130 Market a i a in Large letter on the generally steady 160-250 lbs. $6.55-Jners that Span the principal $6.90 250-300 la $5.80-$6.45 300 400 lbs. $5.15-$5.60 100-160 lbs., $6.10-$6.35. Sows mostly $3.75-$5.25. Cattle 1.300 calves 1.000 steers and heifers Strong bulk steers and heifers $8.50-$9.35 Heifer top $9.50 cows slow and steady dealers 50c lower top $9.50. Sheep 1,800 lambs weak to 50c lower Early top $10 later bulk Good and Choice $9-$9.5c. The sentiment is a fitting the town is inviting the whole to attend the four Day Cher the Community is backing flair originating in. The coun of the american legion solidly first program will be that of Day afternoon and there will 12 rams each afternoon and g following that until the close be last Day sunday. Any persons vitally inter a in the Success of the big affair hold Liv Asim for the open air a at Clover i the latter part of this week i i been much concerned in the Ber in Prospect for those four the United states depart of agriculture a bulletin for the says it Cal showers wednesday or a Day. Otherwise generally fair. July Hunt a role in Ash to be awarded teams winning big hint on thursday afternoon at 2 30 cooler monday warmer i o clock there will be a treasure Hunt of week and cooler by thurs i for anyone up t a and including the or. Goldner was induced to leave his bed this morning so that he would to Able to meet his son if the release was arranged. Be Slayer confesses to attic killing Thomas Boyce ground keeper a i ii a coi try cub m Kes confession today buried hied on Friday Elizabeth d Brue i on was t i it Lub i party eat a killed while a r \ swimming Fridev raps first lady Michigan s governor lurch d. Dickinson 80, who thought he saw sin in new York broadcasting in Lansing. To criticized mrs. Roosevelt first lady for admonishing girls to learn their drink capacity. Of Snow slide takes six hikers lies Twenty six College Sti dents and the Chieks in party Hospital Hoard to it Mil be fill inns it on ii it i it i Sitio Lys 1 ale Seoul amp new signs on state highways it j Max be expected in coi nov is Tiesi of m a traffic a Iii it tui itt to of it notes huk Cutler is plaintiff for of property occupied by Don Gasaway. Attorneys for the Tiff Are James amp Alice and an e. Durham. The Chapman Lentz is asking ourt to Render a finding in her against John w. Miller of Oak West of pleasant Garden i no the defendant made a note 200 in her favor which is past a inside the Paik and unpaid. She asks a total of her attorney is Milton j. Fine notice be Greencastle municipal band have an important meeting Hay evening at 7 30 of clock. All it is please be present. Xiv. W. Welch mgr. Age of eighteen at Robe Ann Park. It will be conducted by the Greencastle recreational program. There will be Cash prizes offered for the winning teams a team to be made up of ten members. The first prize will be $2 00 in pennies the second prize 1.00 in pennies and the third prize 50c in pennies. 1 the treasure Hunt will be can i Dutreil 011 the code basis to Advance from one place to the next the team she will have to Delphi r the code. The entire Hunt will be conducted grounds so that there will be no need to worry about accidents. This past week the recreational program had the largest attendance in its two months of existence. There were Over 3240 people that took part in programs or were spectators at various activities. A Friday was the largest single Days attendance when 650 people attended Robe Ann Park alone. A number of new signs regulating traffic May be expected to be Seca soon along the state roads in Putnam county developed from the enforcing of the states new Highway traffic code. Putnam county has sections of five state routes within its boundaries nos. 36. 40. 42. 43, and 136. And along each of these at least a pail of the new signs will soon be of oses ved by the travelling Public. The new signs designate parking and other rules. It is illegal to Park along any business or residence District on the travelled part of the Highway when it is practical to do otherwise trouble parking and parking with the right wheels of a vehicle More than 12 inches from the curb also is prohibited. Other regulations make it illegal to Park on a sidewalk. In front of a driveway. Within an intersection. Within 15 feet of a fire hydrant. On a crosswalk. Within 20 feet of a crosswalk at an intersection. Within 30 feet of a Stop sign or traffic signal. Between a saftey zone and the adjacent curb. Glacier. Wash july 24 up tons of slowly thawing Snow piled in a 100-foot Crevasse near the sum Nitt of mount bal it r were expected to relinquish today the bodies of four j victims of an Avalanche which swept Down upon a climbing party of 26 College students and teachers saturday. The bodies of two had been recovered. The 20 survivors who had set out from lure on the Western Washington College of education a annual Mountain climb had returned to their Campus at Bellingham. Several score searchers dug All night. Digging begun sunday morning by rangers and volunteers 8,000 j feet up of the 10.700-foot Peak had turned up the bodies of Alice James i of Arlington. Wash., and Julian i Dornblut of Alder Wood Manor Wash. The missing students were Maynard Howat. Seattle Verne fish r. Coupeville. Wash. Beulah Lindberg. Simms Mont and Hope Weitman Thornton. Wash. Forest rangers j directing the search held not the slightest Hope that any would be found alive. The survivors two of whom tie i scented the Peak and hiked several Miles to summon the Aid of rangers at the station lure related harrowing experiences of fighting for life in a wild torrent of Snow. The party had left the Campus Early saturday in automobiles which brought them Here. They his d several Miles to the foot of the Peak which is about 25 Miles South of the Canadian Border. Shortly after noon the climbers tin members of the Board of trustees of the Putnam county Hospital expect to meet this evening to consider the bids which they received Friday for equipment and other supplies for the Hospital. The bids were not As numerous As they expected and those received have not yet been seriously scrutinized to determine the Quot lowest and the bids included figures on equipment in the Way of furniture for the Lew wards and rooms and other items of less Cost. At 1 of clock tomorrow tin town Board of Cloverdale will receive Bills for the Many items of materials needed to construct the proposed sewer system for that town. Horace Frazier Dies in Florida Loriet Onstein is to it vied in desirable spot on pit Nam it of via Strem sign Ltd vex it Oil former to resident Sivc i lbs during illness it it it of in ii ii i ii us two i 20 y cars ago in Greencastle the state Highway commission received a bid a it of $50,380 for the construction of Brick pavement in Putnam Anil Hendricks county 8.12 Miles. The lower House of Congress Pas sed the prohibition Law 287 for it and 100 against it. Or. L. R. Eckhardt addressed the Epworth members of the Northwest conference at Battle ground. H said Quot the trouble with most freshmen at Depauw is not that they Lack proper High school education but be within 50 feet of the nearest rail i cause they have no purpose in or. And mrs. Roy Abrams and son Mai shall and mrs. Fred Lucas and daughter Louise drove to Indianapolis in the Abrams car. Work has begun on the erection of a residence on West Poplar Street for Elmer Blue. Mrs. Cora o Brien sold her East Seminary Street property. At a Railroad crossing. Within 20 feet of the driveway Entrance to a fire station. Alongside a Street excavation. Upon any Bridge or other elevated Structure. Within a Highway Tunnel. At any other place where official signs prohibit parking. Horace Frazier age 60 years a former resident of Greencastle. Die i Friday in the Miami Hospital in Miami fla., following a Brief illness. Or. Frazier was general Yardmaster of the Florida East coast railway in Miami. H was a member of the Miami Calvary Baptist Church and the Greencastle masonic Lodge. H had been away from this City for about 10 years. Survivors Are the widow. Mrs Landis c. Frazier a son. Edward Frazier and grandson Robert Edward Frazier All of Miami two Brothers Bruce Frazier of Green Castle and August Frazier of great Falls Mont. And two Sisters mrs. Flora a Furlane of Ladoga and mrs Adelia Denton of Indianapolis the body arrived in Greencastle monday and was taken to the or Curry funeral Home where funeral services will be held tuesday afternoon at 3 of clock. The services will be conducted by the Rev. V. L. Raphael of this City and the Rev. Gil be it Mccammack of Cloverdale. The masonic Lodge will also give its ritualistic service. Interment will be Nide in Forest Hill cemetery. Funeral services were also held from the Miami Calvary Baptist Church. Police identify in of found in stolen car Brazil. Ind. July 24. Up a police Here today identified a body found in the wreck of a stolen car near Danville. Iii., As that of Lloyd Crawford a department store Section manager. Crawford a employers vouched for his integrity and said they believed someone else took the car. Crawford apparently was returning to Danville from Champaign when the wreck occurred. Announcement was made sunday that boy scouts of the Wabash Valley area through their Council had purchased forty acres of land ad-1 joining Camp Krietenstein the boy scout Camp near eel River in Southwest Putnam county. The work of developing it will soon Start so that the local Camp will be the Moat outstanding in the Middle West. The new land due West from the amp site was bought from tin heirs of the de Huffman Estat it is All wooded territory. What adds to its interest was that old was mined on this land Back in 1390. Howard Patt it it. Scout execute said sunday that he was told the that of the mine is still there and that scouts Are going to conduct a Hunt for it. This new part of the Camp will be Icv closed by building natural trails and troop units. It a it Vera 1 natural Civ a amp Cabins Wie a Camp land. The week at sunday was a r a i dance there Bici officers there. Tin to Hunt out a ill the it the Camp for u Cabins built for to accommodate twi i this week will 1 the Camp with an mint. On sunday order of Arrow w for two Days cer no. Lafayette ind., july 24.�? up Thomas Boyce 27-year-old Attica greens keeper today confessed the slaying of pretty Elizabeth Debruicker. Attica High school girl whose mutilated body was discovered saturday in a crude grave in a washout on the a merest country club Golf course office is announced. Before making the confession Boyce told several conflicting stories i pot co said. At one time. Sheriff Ramsey said he denied knowing the i Luthc ugh he was a native of Attica and had lived there All his life. During the Many Long hours of go lying questioning Boyce steadfastly maintained his innocence police said but when they confronted him with the fingerprints from the sowing Basket he broke Down and a cried like a baby Quot and mud the statement. Boyce had a previous criminal Rcc-1936 was convicted on a contributing to the Delin i nine year old girl. He a suspended sentence of it the state penal farm and fined $1 and costs. In 1929 he was convicted on a Petty larceny charge. The comely High school student . A it 2 p. M. Friday and her body was not discovered until about 2 p in. Saturday. She had attended a i ii club sewing meeting in was to meet her sister. Loretta 15. To go swimming at the Golf club Pool. Witnesses ii i she left the meeting place and started the half mile walk to the place where she was to meet h r 1st. T they watched her they Iid Lorth first two blocks of her walk and then she disappeared in the dim . She was the daughter of or. And mrs. Peter a Bruit Ker prominent formers near Attica mrs. Debruicker collapsed when informed of her laughters death. When the girl fail Home Friday evening party was organized Ord Char of ency of was Given six month Eady contains 4ves. Part of the be moved to this amp which closed word breaker in at ing 126 scouts and Camp stuff had old Beils and cots Jse. M it St of the uht scouts had to it a closing week at Lother Large unroll a aug. 30. The vill take the Camp a Iuorio and Camp Low grave was i. Stewart cd Renville. Prosecutor r. It ��?�<1 that Boyce or an Oral statement treated the girl. In to Fei i to arrive a searching my the. Shal red by orm Flor and announce Down and made admitting he Misad then strangled her aft r office had questioned him in Jap Beatini m clerk n \ a am pm ii water Purchase \ ote it u i Wood men wind own works local Plant to Rien it As i . Shanghai icon pm Buss investigated it of a unit japanese i i \ i d men at Kow july n in or uting re by in Previn a plaints extraction n Ai us be. The last will and testament of the late Elijah w. Flint of Marion township has been offered for probate in the Putnam court. It leave it All of his property to his widow. Mol Ilic Flint and she is named executrix. The will wus signed March 31. 1930. Purchase of the Elwood water company by the City of Elwood at a Price of $475.000, was voted by thi City Council in special s. Salon last week. A negotiations with Benjamin perk. Charles Edwards and other Indianapolis owners Are expected to be close 1 by August 1. When the City will take posh Sion. The Purchase Price i a $51.000 less than the report on the appraisal by the Public service commission and $30,000 less than the estimate of an Independent Engineer. The Purchase will to payable from company Revenue and an ordinance authorizing i Bond Issue to provide Money to Cov a or the Price of the transaction and necessary improvements was passe i through All three readings at last Friday nights session. Masonic c alled meeting there will be a called meeting of Temple Lodge. F. A a m., tuesday at 2 30 of clock to attend the funeral. Of brother Horace Fuzier. I had by. Lean flu Soldier i miss Hannah a Conn. And wins id american let it pm it sentry at \. Baker r. 24. Up a Ami naval aut Borlo Lay the severe i states Navy pay army m n at Han. I Lints this month h n made of the japanese soldiers of at Chengling i by Anil the slapping of rocks of Bristol it i u . 13 year in by a japanese Wuhu. Of Anderson ind., Iii Iii ii i i Liucy o o o o o it it o it today s weather 0 0 and 0 0 local temperature it tit 0 o 0 0 0 0 it o o 0 partly Cloudy local thundershowers in Southeast portion this after noon or tonight sonic what warmer a in Northeast portion tonight tuesday increasing cloudiness thundershowers and cooler in extreme North portion by late afternoon of night. Minimum. 70 6 a. M. 72 7 a. A. 7 a 8 a. A. 77 9 u. M. A. 80 10 a a. A. 83 11 a. A. 89 12 noon. M 1 p. M. 96 2 p. A. 90
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