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Greencastle Daily Banner (Newspaper) - June 6, 1939, Greencastle, IndianaAl of Ftp weather a a l v no cooler i i 1 4 v 4 o a Jib flt us to seventh daily Banner a it Waves for ally a Fri United press service All the Home news 0 4 <1 a Astle Indiana to Kasday Une i>39. Nit. In i Fety was main topic at Council i vex 1 ilk asked that utter a it a a sanitation be on Sid eked Ini to stot speeding Roll. Rut i record us a i Samtino Nimir Park Board Onil Locc in their work Ilic safety As regards Bothal Protection from accidents us nubile traffic was a leading t 1t tiv meeting of the Green City Council. Monday evening. Matt of sanitation arose Conrad Gautier residing on Poplar Street asked that the government give his part of the More attention. He made his St i ii in specific by telling of arising from the open Drain a 1 Stream of Small size which in tin Western part of the and flows toward the West Fin meandering toward the North under West Walnut Street. It far from the City s sew v ant. And emptying into a Walnut. Vipla ints have been made of the Quot Mury condition of that Stream los. But thu objectionable res have not been eradicated Iii. Stream receives be matter of an illegal Char Frum residence properties. A putative of the state Board of h will be Here soon and will tie i to make a Survey of the site an i to recommend action. A Law it is claimed makes it a meaner to empty unsanitary r into an open Stream other matter connected with Sci Isal of sewage arose when attorney Marshall Abrams "1 to City docs not own a map ewer system of Northwood list Oeh a Lack has Given Rise i u i want situation in and that also he would in h a map for use in the trial liner proceeding full Speed to Cuba Miami fla., june 6 up the German liner St. Louis reported by radio Early today that it was proceeding at full Speed to Cuba with More than into jewish refugees who. After a week of aimless wandering in the Caribbean shunned at every port have been offered temporary Haven on the isl it of Pines picturesque cuban panel Island. The Mes age received Here by tropical radio said the St. Louis was going directly to the Isle of Pines but navigators believed there were no Landing facilities there for a ship tile size of the Hamburg a liner and that she would put in at Havana where the refugees could be Tak n off and transported to the Isle in smaller boats. Count team to Linter Roumell i it 1 composed of Melvin Minn Victor Salin and Willard Abbott oink it it it Praksi Djinis Kkt election c a m in a i it \ lit Ltd an today i under Binett 8pk a 8 Sii sen to opposition k Kes o p i. \ s m o \ e m e n t had of further sgt Inifi canc i Winise probability that Roosevelt will Hake tour for the first time Putnam county this year will be represented in the coming 4-h round up at Lafayette by a Corn judging Teini. And the team has a Good Chance to top place. The members of the team Are Melvin Shinn Victor Salin and Willard Abbott. Of the local High school vocational agriculture class. The team will compete with other county Champion teams from Over the state at Purdue next week. Also the county will have a very promising livestock judging team in that round up which will be held at Purdue beginning at 8 of clock monday. The members of this team have been giving themselves the final polish in the line of Effort by judging the outstanding livestock herds Over Putnam county this week which will include a Day at the Indiana state penal farm. Thursday a id they will be at the Lynwood farm near Noblesville. Also on saturday. This will be the first state a suit no ulnar the City by wide contest for tills team. Last Alim. In connect he with tin Nils in North Northwood. Or. Was told to have map year the Putnam team finished second in this Competition. The members of this team Are Ralph Call or. Russell Grimes and further use of the Street j tim Ruark. Jung material now being Given a Ltd was abhor led by Pouncil. A it i Neal asked that the a too i rate with the Roy scout in cleaning out the Well on 1� be Landing Field at g s it Cabin Back in the North of the Landing Field Chi a Dituro of $30 for4 that Pur Jim Ali City was authorized. In chief Edward Maddox ask i is of the Council Mem i i the. Limiting of parking on in m i Street to one site Only. 1 embers intimated it the chiefs rights to do if i visible in his judgment. 2 ii Ian Ltd Between curbs a it i t of the Street is hut 20 3 inches and that when two a Quot inked abreast another Auto a n Between but a truck think monoplane in Ocean is identified Ardmore. A. June 6 up Edward Walz owner of the Mono plane in which a student Pilot took i off from Central Airport Camden. I n. A. On an unauthorized flight last j night said today he was virtually certain a plane reported Down in the Atlantic Ocean North of Boston was the missing Craft. Eastern Star meets hairs to he Dedic ated Green Castle Eastern Star will meet wednesday at 8 00 p. M. For the regular monthly meeting. The District Deputy is expected to be present. There will also he a a dedication a Washington. June 0. Up a Campaign to re elect president Roosevelt in 1040 begun today under Cabinet auspices and led immediately to an announcement by sen. Rush i. Holt. D., a. That he would ask the Senate at this session formally to oppose a third term. Secretary of Interior Harold l. Irks opened the draft Roosevelt movement with the statement 4,i want Roosevelt for a third his announcement written for this weeks Issue of look Magazine came within 48 hours of revelation that vice president John n. Garner would seek the 1010 democratic presidential nomination regardless of or. Roosevelt a plans. Ickes charged that anti Roosevelt democrats were Back stabbing the president. Without naming Garner lie ridiculed his candidacy As that of a one whose a strength is that of knowing nothing saying nothing doing Holt said his Resolution would be a simple proposal that of Cut Senate express its sentiment against third terms. He has contemplated offering it for some time and told the United press today it would go in this month. Holt and the new Deal Long have been feuding. The Ickes article jarred the capital. It seemed to end the period in which it could be argued that talk of a third term was confined to those who sought to Embarrass the president. And it had further significance because of the probability that or. Roosevelt will leave june 15 journey which would be accompanied even without his cooperation with a tremendous third term build up. A third term Call from the Cabinet Circle scarcely can do less than Start the Ball rolling. Tentative plans for a presidential visit to the san Francisco fair Call for an outward journey through 11 a Mirihm in i Ira a in ivc sentenced for spa i valid former mayor rets 1 11 teen months and Fine of $3,000 Britain and other a Hencir Clersy warned Berlin. June 6 up fuehrer Adolf Hitler warned Britain and other a of Germany Tolla y that they will be sharply repulsed if they attempt to attack the Reich. Hitler and Field marshal Hermann Wilhelm Goering Ilia chief aide reviewed a Parade of 12,000 German soldiers an i aviators who fought for Gem a i Lissmo franc Seo f r a n c o in the Spanish civil War. Addressing the veterans in the Lustgarten Hitler said a my comrades i can Greet you at last. 1 am Happy to be Able to see you and i am proud of you. Accept the thanks of the German people who press All of you to their h. Arts. Accident \ a dim s let of la Roii old Mere in \t1 of Harold Gardner m it i re in a we i monday the body of hard-1 Gardner who was killed in an automobile wreck North of Indianapolis Early monday was returned Here monday afternoon by members of his family who were called there to identify it. Walter and Jerome Gardner Brothers went to Indianapolis Mon Uay in Resky use to Calls from the police saying they believed the Young Man who lost his life was their brother and this proved to be the fact. Or. Gardner was fatally injured shortly after Midnight when his car crashed int it it a Cement Culvert in Road 67 a mile Northwest of Oaklandon in Marion county. Police at. Indianapolis who investigated said Gardner apparently lost control of his car. He was alone. Police said they reached the scene of the Accident twelve minutes after it occurred hut that death had already occurred from fracture of the Skull Ami loss of blood. Th1 wreckage of the car was lifted from the body by passing motorists. Or Gardner was in uni in Madison township on april 26. 1912, hut Canuto Greencastle at an age and i pent the remainder of his life Here recently he had been employed in Anderson and was Enro Ute to Indianapolis from there at the time of the Accident. It was believed he fell asleep while driving and lost control of his car. He is survived by his Mother mrs. Mary f. Gardner six Brothers Grover i it. Forest k. Walter c., Russell e. Jerome a. And Lawrence f. And one sister mrs. Guy Tilley. The funeral will be held from the Shannon funeral Home wednesday afternoon at two o clock with burial in the Little Walnut cemetery Northwest of the City. The Rev. J. Drover Forward of the first Baptist Church will be in charge of the services. Kansas editor sees finish 0e dictatorships e. Graduates a dressed by William White last night asserts they Are in a sneers sees democracy s problem to he training a top dog Quot rather than preserving underdog Bloomington june 6 up totalitarian govern Nunt is the greatest threat to a coming democracy that will result from achievements of College trained scientists but totalitarian nations Are doomed. William Allen White Emporia Kan editor told 1.300 graduates of Indiana University at commencement exercises last night. A the totalitarian state is he asserted because it hampers checks tiles to guide and control the Man who under the free democratic process by reason of his talents and Powers would assume be i Pership an i give the Forward command to White described the 1939 College graduate As 44 Joe College great grandson of Daniel Boone a and said he was As truly a Pioneer As his forbears but he worked on a a chemical problem which would take the Sunshine out of the Wayside weeds and put the Sun to work in the engine of a motor car so that we can hit it up to seventy on grass instead of the Quot real problem of democracy Quot he stated was to Breed and train the Quot useful top dog in the Way of peace and Justice Quot rather than to preserve the he declared that we a need a new source of wealth Quot for the new democratic life and predicted that the new wealth would result from achievements of College trained scientists. A these modern pioneers a he said Quot Are crashing into new economic frontiers Are conquering new social areas Are opening up new spiritual states new regions of human happiness wherein will Rise vast accumulations of wealth comparable to that which came with the opening of the West Ami the Golden Era that followed the Conquest of the land beyond the the destiny of America depends he said on whether democratic processes Are a sufficient to hold the in a ont Linurd on i nut three reek v Intini on Way to meet wife Lily water fountains for four House use thirsty persons who visit the court House will before Long Fin i ice cold water in fountains one on each of rho floors with the exception of the fourth floor. These coolers were ordered monday by the Board it it of commissioners of Putnam county during their june meeting Hel i monday in their Rooma. The court House. The seniors will be of the electric Type that on the first floor being larger than the other two. The three will Cost $419. Bought from the electric appliance company inc., of Indianapolis. Other i is ranged As High As $618. The commissioners will me t again monday plans for fair were Hoard o 1 i i r act o r s of coi it i air is k Ivision met monday Milt Broun is retiring Omer Kern that one Hundred in or cent of Roa Eullale Lions Luh were member wednesday at i matters an lug in the build Vig of the sheriff s residence. O clock to act on n connection with new jail and Washington ready to erect to Valex Secretary of state Iii 1.1. And other off gals prepare to leave the Board of directors of the Putnam county fair association met Vui ing and made preliminary preparations for the horse show and 4-11 club fair which will be held August 10. Ii and 12. At the Robe Ann Park in Greencastle. At tin meeting o the directors Milton Brown announced that the requirements of his own business make it necessary tor him to retire As president of the association and Lynn Brown was elected to that office. In the place of his father. Til retiring president was very Liberal in his Praise of last year s committee workers and he expressed deep regret that he is forced to step aside this year. H it wished the incoming officers the Best Success. I will remain Contact with the organization As p. Counsellor. Other officers elected were Vire president. John poor Secretary Gene Aker treasurer Lois Arnold. The directors of the Nusso Cattor Are Paul Boston representing the chamber of Commerce Charles Mcgaughey the rotary John poor the kiwanis Oiler Akers the Roach Dale Lions club Orr Kelley the Russellville boosters club Ralph Washington. June 6 it up hundreds of British Union jacks and american flags were unfurled today along the streets Over which King George i and Queen Elizabeth will pass during their his Oric visit Here thursday and Friday. Decorating of the Parade route. Began Early today As the capital prepared to Welcome the first reigning Monarch of great Britian to visit this country. At every electric Light Post along Pennsylvania Avenue clusters of 0. A Spencer the Iii organizations c Arl three flags were placed above shields., _ _ Arnold tin horse show group David l. Grimes the county agent Wayne Indianapolis. June 6. Five former k Komo City officials among them Olin r. Holt who held the office of mayor and a former win a Supi visor were sentenced in ked Jim Kilrnan Neal said Ltd Iii Liuato i a i i Man had to of something lacking in the Way of a Safe is lacking at the inter Quot of state roads 43 and 40 a 11 this is being proven by �?~uinerou8 accidents the lat a a Quot i which proved fatal to one it is easy to see How a ?1 a Ranger approaching the pavement might not see the North or South Lane in it to Stop to prevent a fatal in my Gna Are posted and paint a a Quot i the Highway but these do h Stop traffic. The roads Are a Quot a for some distance in each Lut in spite of these warn pashes Aro taking place Al weekly. To some heavily travelled High it we have been a Stop and goals either these signs or an h Flasher Over head might a it to additional warning at these f Eions. Which Are far More w Oua than a Railroad Cross a they would have a tendency slow traffic at both Crossings i thus might avoid further fat wrecks too Many of which e taken place at both Points. Hope the state Highway to Mission will realize the Dang hot to and take some drastic act before another person loses a the observer Eastern stars Are invited to be present. Fillmore flub gel theas iils for the new Star Point chairs. All eral court monday after judge j. Leroy Adair overruled motions for a new trial on a charge of conspiring of defraud the government by diverting Relief labor to private Enterprise. Prison sentences of fifteen months and fines of $5,000 each were irn posed on Holt Carl j. Broo former City attorney and George h. Morrow. Former City Engineer. George mix. Former assistant City Engineer and Mel Good former City clerk wire Given prison sentences of two years and also fined $5.000 a three month jail sentence was imposed on Lincoln f. Record former spa project supervisor. Holt and Broo indicated they would Appeal to the United states circuit court of appeals at Chicago and would file new Bonds so that they could remain at Liberty. Judge Adair said the men could be free until 10 a. M. Friday under i Ltd Mlina a a a a in i Neft uni asserted Leader of Irish army arrested a six m l it i ii working on Al. To Harbor the Fillmore conservation club is receiving 210 baby pheasants one Day old to lie raised to adolescence in the club s Brooder House and released later in the Vicinity of Fillmore. In addition to these pheasant. 12>0 Day old quid will be distribute i in the county this month 500 of these going to the conservation club to be Rais cil in their two Brooder houses 250 will go to the Green Castle club for their one Brooder House and 250 to the Roachdale organization and Hie same number to the Morton club. These will be released at the proper age or. Putnam county land. The Cloverdale conservation club is working on in enclosure to he used to Harbor a.11 desirable specimens of wild life which it can procure. It will be a sort of wild animal Park similar to those which arc maintained at state Parks and other similar places. The club members Are said to be desirous even of procuring a pair of Deer. The Park is located on the main Street on the Quot route of state Road 43, on a vacant lot North of the Pickens amp Landeis garage. Founder starts company with one room $2100 Cash How Ono Man with a simple idea and a Small amount of Cash founded an organization which is now nationwide in scope and employs thousands of persons is one of tin most interesting a a Success a stories in the history of business. In 7872. A. Montgomery Ward conceived the idea of Selling merchandise by mall to those thousands removed from Urban shopping centers. His business policy was simple a satisfaction or your Money in 1872 this was a novel approach to merchandising now it has been adopted i by every reputable retailer in the country. Finally Ward and his partner. George Thorne scraped together $2.400 and rented a 12x14 room on North Clark Street in Chicago. A one Page broadside the forerunner of the present 900-Page Catalon was s it out listing items of merchandise and their prices. Then came the nervous wait a will the idea Prosper or not a very shortly it became apparent that the mail order system of Selling filled a big need for Many people. A i Vii red intern ally Piikoi a ii crushing of ii est died monday. To it of pared. Detroit. June 6 up Sean Russell asserted Leader of the outlawed Irish Republican army was arrested As he arrived in Detroit last night a few hours before King George and Queen Elizabeth Are to visit Windsor. Ont., directly across the Detroit River. Agents of the Bureau of investigation of the department of Justice arrested Russell a moment after he stepped off a train at Michigan Central station. He was taken immediately to the Federal detention quarters and was being held there in com Muni Cado. 20 years ago in Gokke Castle Ward l. Farber who died in the Putnam county Hospital monday from injuries received when Hii Hurt Mollie was struck by another car at the intersection of the National Road i and state Road 43, saturday evening was in route from his Home at Omaha Nebraska to join his wife of to Only a few weeks at i my Anapolis it being their intention for her to accompany him Home. Mrs. Farber had been visiting her sister in Indianapolis and other Rel natives at Logansport. Or. Farher was unconscious when taken from the wreck and remained in that condition until sometime sunday afternoon when he regained his mental faculties and the state Polce and his attending surgeon were Able t it learn something about him. He told the police of his plan to meet wife at Indianapolis and gave them her address at her Sisters. The police located her and she and others came from Indianapolis at one. Sin remained with her husband until his death monday. Or. Farber was injured internally through the crushing of his Chest and he died Fri it a these injuries m Nolan m-�1 in put Tinl miss Florence Earlle was vice president of the Greencastle High school alumni association miss Genevieve Ames was Secretary and i miss Genevieve Daggy was corresponding Secretary. At the banquet. Miss Lenora Alspaugh gave the Toast Quot mosses from an old manse Quot Andrew Durham presented a Quot twice told mrs. Lucy Black was the caterer. None objected to proposed expenditure Orvel Schock special representative of the state Board of tax commissioners was Here monday afternoon to hear objections if any to the proposed expenditure by the Franklin school township of $7,000 for the remodelling of the school building at Roachdale. No objector appeared. Or. Schock will report on the matter to the state Board and it is presumed the members will approve the proposed expert iture. The school building has been condemned. If the expenditure is approved the school township will Issue Bonds to raise the needed Money. Of the two countries shopkeepers decorated their windows with flags Ami Hunting. One owner displayed a sign proclaiming Quot Long Jive the King Quot most it them were Selling Vantage Points m their windows at prices As High As $10 each. As excitement Over nearness a Al the Royal visit mounted Secretary of s ate Cordell Hull and other state department officials or to entrain for the Canadian Border to accompany the Royal party t it Washington. Hull five a of his aides and army and Navy officials leave tonight for Buffalo they will Welcome their to american soil at Niagara Falls n. Y., Toner Row. Official plans of a or the two a Lay visit were complot a Ltd a last minute conferences a m o n g officials remained. These involve plans for handling the thousands expected to pack the Parade routes. Fred v. Thomas Hurt in automobile wreck Fred v. Thomas received minor injuries about the head hit monday afternoon when the automobile a was driving Collid �1 i h Anotnie machine on a curve on the Manthai tan Road. His car v. Is consider damage he. The he a i injuries it a reported were limited to cuts som of them near one ave. Eiml a c Duchess it m Krill \ in it Mellil my 11. In Vitai i in flasks Krisi a i s 11 ii London. Jun. 6. I up Vincent Pawlow 45, arrested in Bel grave Square last night As the Man no fired a a awl a off Shotgun at the Duchess of Kent was charged at Westminster police court today with being in Possession of a firearm and ammunition with intent to endanger lift or cause damage to property. Pawlow was described As a Weldorn a assistant from Newington causeway in Southeast London. He was taken to a ourt at 11.40 a m. 6 40 a. M. Edt from the Gerald Road police station where he has i been questioned nearly All night by so otlans to Yard aces. Pending completion of tin Yards investigation several possible phases of the Case were suggested in Public and police speculation. They included Branneman Cloverdale business men miss Bur Browning the in a a Hustle business and profession a nit to players Are needed for Greencastle band the building up a get tin Man Power the Greencastle municipal band preparation for the series of concerts to be give a in the City this summer requires Tiu enlistment of players of Alto hums bases and tron Boms. Volunteers for these positions Are asked to report at the band room Over Mullins drug store in Greencastle monday Evi Ning june 12. At 7 .10 o clock. Also. The band Iii Nib is including the it so joining tin organization now. Arc expected to attend n he Arsalus gulag by and lie ready to Particia a a in the weekly concerts. Teni i in a min men i the grand of the United Spanish at Merican War veterans and their auxiliary at Bedford closed today with an election of officers. There were approximately 400 of the veterans in attendant a and some 300 member s of tin auxiliary. Among these attending from the a re a cast la Camp and auxiliary were or and mrs. Jesse Bremer mrs. Walter evens miss Florence evens i and i Otho Vermillion. Mrs. Paul Tucker or and mrs Alvah bribery. Or. And or Frank a. Ashwor a Everett .l��n�.s, Una led Brock Way. No ii e All men who Are interested in organizing night softball horseshoes volleyball Badminton and Archery la i Llu Rife Jimski a i to in at t or High Schof building at v i it of clock wednesday. I. O. O. Putnam la a do it i notice no. 45 1 o. O. F. Will me o clock. I tuesday evening at All Brothers Are urged or present. O 0 0 0 0 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 mostly Cloudy occasional local thunderstorms in Wert and a South portions tonight or wednesday and in Northeast portion we lne Day warmer in Northeast portion to right not so warm in Central and North portions wednesday afternoon. 1 an australian Angle the Duke of Kent has been appointed governor general of Australia from which the suspect recently came. 2 an a Irish Republican army Quot Angle. The Duke and Duchess of Kent have twice postponed an official visit to Northern Ireland this year on the advice of authorities who feared a demonstration again tit i out Luud jul in so tui minimum a a m. A. M. A. In. A. M. A. M. Noon p. M. P. M. 61 70 75 79 84 85 87 00 03

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