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Greencastle Daily Banner (Newspaper) - June 8, 1939, Greencastle, IndianaTo 0 flit weather rugs a a warm a the daily Banner a it Waves for ally $ 4j fkic98 service a All the Home news of 0 it forty seven a re Jena a Astle Indiana Tiu Day jink 8, a Nomeky Ards new Stoke opens commissioners want bids for a new roof a it in it in in c. C. Limo or. Manager Wake ready e, Floo ski by company wore Busy a a a stopping found they wanted a Merv wards new store the jul ton to Quot the business Dis Oreen Eastle was formally morning by mayor Llos Nii company official.-,. A a a a a opened promptly at a Eck and the new store re splendid reception in the by i o Nonni of the store incl us. To manager and of the score or More of i was ready for the throng a if Etel the new store open although workmen have aged in remodelling the in. The past eight weeks Anil score men and women have in eng god for three weeks North Stock on the three floors j were amazed at the Quantity a noise displayed and the at it f the Many lines car Tho Board of commissioners of Putnam county Are advertising for bids for the placing of a new Copper roof on the court House the bids to be received at the office of the auditor of the county not later than noon saturday. July 8. The plans profiles and specifications for the work Are on file in the office of the auditor and Are open for the inspection of any interested person. The time proposed by each bidder for the completion of the work is to be stated in tin respective bids and there must be a Bond of not loss than $2.000 payable to the Board of commissioners guaranteeing t he a faithful compliance with tie contract. Lua Lockwood. 60. Died wednesday so Kvek is will be ill Friday afternoon from Reu tor i ii Oak -1 thousand visitors thronged. With the opening of the my with a delightful summer every be connected with l Tuti n was unusually Busy after the wants and Requiro a the visitors. Rce floors of the store were a Bee hive and those inter it How Ping easily found what med. The entire first floor he is devoted to personal ngg and everything that go pm. The basement includes vier supplies such As hard uto Mobile accessories arh i everything that is used in on the farm in the Garden third floor is devoted sex la Home furnishings i furniture rugs radios re Etc and every floor is Fly stocked with All the Mer a hat such a store carries. Wolgamott said Only two items failed to arrive that Figi Nally scheduled out of a lumbering some 60.000 items. Probably arrived today or vote. A a the company officials Here opening of the states third Mon t g on cry Ward com y Fere Harrison. Regional manager to Region l. Moore assistant Reg Duning District super in i ton service super Eikost mail order super s ii. Located in Greencastle Nln Tisil Frimi i Hui one mrs. Ina Browning lock l. Age 60 years wife of David Lockwood it of the City died wednesday evening at 9 30 of clock in the Putnam county Hospital following an extended illness. Mrs. Lockwood was born in Paris. 111. December 12. 1878, the daughter of John and Anna Ball Moore. She was prominently known in this Community where she spent the greater part of her life. She was a resident of California for some time returning to Greencastle six years ago. Mrs. Lockwood was a member of the methodist Church. Besides the husband she is survived by one son Isaac Browning of Huntington Park. California. Funeral services will in held Friday afternoon at 2 of clock from the Rector funeral Home. The Rev. C. M Mcclure will officiate. Interment will be made in Forest Hill cemetery. Friends May Call at tin Rector funeral Home. Earl Taylor not injured by kidnappers two men of Kaki him to drive them to in his own car operator at Cement Plant Harmon sentenced fined $50 and costs Russell Leroy Harmon was in the Putnam circuit court this afternoon charged with vagrancy and was found guilty and sentenced to a Fin. Of j>0 and costs on a charge or vagrancy. He was taken to the penal farm to Lay out the Fine. Harmon earlier in the week entered the residence of in it wis just East of Manhattan on the National Road Ami is said to have threatened mrs. Lewis whom he found in Tiro House. It is believed that he entered with the intention of robbing the place but the state police Larking evidence of the burglary intent placed the Vag racy charge against him. Harmon claims his Home is at Canton Ohio hut he came to this Vicinity from Arkansas where he has been working. Rites for mrs. Hazel Brickley will be he by friends in Green lining that they a funeral of mrs. Hazel a Buckley who was shot and a her Home in Huntington in Lay morning by her Di-jlbp1 my. Silas h. Brickley held in Huntington Friday a i f the friends of the John a Ray were planning to attend mrs. Bric Kiley a father a let Sam Johnson and he f ily lived a Short distance the Torr Stop or the Interr org. Eliza Johnson the incr. Has continued to reside and the family is a Well one in that part of the k King of mrs. Brickley by her husband was attended by a usually pleasant features a crime of that nature. Brickley who since her sep or i her husband n year ago Quot berating a Beauty parlor Mington at times during that i 1 been forced to Call the to leers of the City for protect ing to and from her work of threats made by her tuesday night she at-1 Lodge meeting and one of Captain Vernon t. Pink Kcf it a panned her Home As a Ion. Woman and the police i the House. Brickley appeared from a i Din in which he had \ Ling. And started toward a sawed off Shotgun in is she ran with Brickley d in Huntington Friday at Danville Man Tummy him and threw Taylor onto Back seat and drove to Indiana he Lis Earl s. Taylor residing in Greencastle at 302 South Indiana Street arrived at his Home Here wednesday night at 10 30 of clock exhausted from trying experiences which began during the Forenoon in Greencastle when he was kidnapped by two men in his own car. They forced him to drive them to Danville. Where they taped him and threw him onto the Back seat of the car. Which they then drove to North Indianapolis and abandoned with him bound in the rear seat and where he remained until late in the afternoon. With All windows of the car closed in the intense heat. He was unconscious much of the time and when he arrived at his Greencastle Home he was yet dazed by hardships forced upon him by the two men. When the daily Banner reporter called at the Home this morning he was yet asleep and mrs. Taylor said she wanted him to sleep As Long As possible. He is an Opi Rator at the Cement Plant working nights this shift. The two men. Roughly dressed and uncouth personally from Lack of shaving and from their general Tram like appearance accosted or. Taylor at an intersection in Green Eastle. When he stopped his car in recognition of the Stop sign at that Point. One of the two men forced some object against has Side which he thought was a revolver and ordered him to drive on East. They stopped him at Stilesville. On a Side Road where they bound and gagged him. Putting him on the Back seat and proceeding to Indianapolis with one of them driving. On 30th Street in North Indianapolis the Taylor car was abandoned and the two men disappeared. That was at about 11 of clock in the Forenoon. Or. Taylor remained bound and gagged in the rear of the car through nearly All of the hottest portion of an unusually hot Day. Until police officer Arthur Schlanger. With his wife Anil child he being off duty at that time happened along and saw or. Taylor lying unconscious in the car. And released him that was about dinner time. He was scarcely Able to walk or talk when first released. Or. Taylor remained in Indianapolis a few hours to recover enough from his experiences to enable him to a drive Home. The police department of Indianapolis were working on the Case and he was told at Headquarters that there was some Hope of arresting the two men who had kidnapped him. Mrs. Taylor this morning said her husband and she while driving on the National Road near Harmony Natl Neil on 1n�r to Al after her. The officer leaped the Fence but waa met by the insanely la alous former husband who put the a nuzzle of the Shotgun at the officers Throat. The officer was compiled to take off Bis k in Belt and a to into the House with mrs Brickley. A another police officer. Fred run let in the police pm at the curb did not dare risk a shot at Brickley because he was too close to the other persons. Brickley tortured his victims inside the House with threats of death and fired two shots through the Wall of the House to keep other policemen Awny and held them there three hours. The insane Man at times talked Over the Telephone in the House to the police station trying to induce the men there to Exchange the City chief of police for the other officer. Pinkerton whom he had prisoner in the House. The crisis came when the police outside turned off the nearby Street lights and in the darkness attempted to Rush the House. It was then that he standing behind a protecting stove fired a charge from the Shotgun into the Back of his life a head. Pinkerton May have saved himself from a similar Fate by dropping off the Davenport to the floor As the officers outside began breaking in the door. Brickley was hit by a Shotgun charge fired from outside but he caused ids own death. The officers said by shooting himself with the revolver which he had taken from officer Pinkerton the muzzle of which he placed in his Mouth. Special meeting of co. Council called a special meeting of the Putnam county Council 1ms been called for tuesday june 20, at 10 o clock at the request of the trustees of the in Putnum county Hospital to consider the Transfer of not to exceed $16,000 from the maintenance fund of the Hospital now on hands and in the Treasury to be used if transferred for the Purchase of necessary equipment for that institution. Some of this equipment is to la used. To becomes available in the new Wing and some of it will he used the other parts of thi Hospital to take full advantage of the increase i space provided by the addition. Hull Surlet maj Stils to Niagara mrs. Hull solved problem did not to Ken it to till Queen scouts will have picnic at Camporee All scouts Hoys interested. Parents friends invited jink 13 to take moving pm tires or. A. E. Koinig toni will present cub charter to Ltd ted Mckeehan and or. A Iran Giddings mrs. Ralston to Oft degree a i Kex pre it action taken Irish threaten to Boycott reception i a less Leader is released from arrest in Detroit Washington june 8 up it pres Klent Roosevelt s handshake thundering Cannon and the ringing cheers of Plain citizens Uxley welcomed George i and Elizabeth of Britian to the capital of the United states. It was the first visit in history of reigning monarchs of the Empire from which thirteen infant colonics by revolution and War hewed a democratic destiny. The King and Queen stepped from special train of Royal Blue Washington a Union a station. A moment later president and mrs. Roosevelt surrounded by the highest officials of government bade them Welcome. Outside in the warm Sunshine of a cloudless june Day echoed the cheers of the americans estimated unofficially at 600.000 p. T King the mile and a half procession route from the s action to the Cape tol and on to the White House. A your majesty on behalf it it of the government and the people of the United states 1 have the Honor and pleasure to extend to you the wan nest Welcome a Hull said. A two Are delighted. Tolje people of my country in a generous spirit of cordiality hospitality and Friendship have every desire to make your stay a thoroughly enjoy Ash the wants and the occasion will have p. Place in american history. The King stood solemnly wearing a business suit to hear them. He thanked Hull and smiled. Mrs. Hull then addressed both t in King and Queen a it is a great Honor for me to meet and Greet the quit in smiled warmly and advanced toward Mir Hull. Floodlights were on. The cheers of tens of thousands of americans were drowning out the lust strains of a god save the King a Sung by a crowd on the Canadian Side of the Bridge. The cubs of Greencastle under the direction of cub master Frank me Kethan and District chairman will e. Edington will enjoy a picnic in conjunction with the Putnam District boy scout Cam porch tuesday. June 13 at 4 p. M. A number of contests and games Are scheduled for the afternoon and every cub boys interested in rubbing and parents and friends Are Eneyar aged to participate in the picnic supper to be held in the boy scout Camp near the Airport. The picnic supper will Start at 6 30 p. M. Moving pictures of this picnic outdoor meeting. Den cub and pack activities will be taken. The cubs and their parents will Aid in the Porti Ival of cub activities in this Morion picture that is being developed by in Wabash Valley Council As an Aid in organizing and developing cub packs throughout the eight counties in the Wabash Valley Council. When this cub film is completed the organization and function of a cub pack will be clearly demonstrated. Phis is a real Opportunity for the local cubs and their parents to Aid in this worthwhile event. Every cub who has completed any handicraft work or any materials used in the a cub program is invited to bring materials to this outdoor meeting o that a picture can be taken. The Public is cordially invited to wit a thin event. This meeting will be in the form of a parents night and outdoor Outing for All persons interested in rubbing and or. Will e Edington will prevent the cub charter to cub Mas ter ted Mckeehan and cub chairman or. Glenn biddings. Cubs who Virv registered last year include Charles h. Boston. Frank Cartwright Glenn Fulmer Vav. Allen hug Gard Jack Newgent Ben Rockhill. Jimmy Taylor Robert Williams. James Black. George Green. Howard Stockhill Paul Short. Melvin Steeg Miller Harry Mcgowen Ralph Davis a love Hickman Charles Lee Nelson. Wayne Mckeehan vein k. Smith and i aurence Stellings. And the following cubs have registered for 1931 Keith Hall Richard Rowland Claude Monnett Paul Frazier Howard Harr is. Glenn Stiles Robert Robertson Robert Cross and Richard Fulmer. During the past year under the direction of cub master Mckeehan Many cubs of i in local pock have made outstanding achievements. A partial list of these advancements include Glenn Fulmer Charles West George Gnon Jack Brown Ull advanced to Beni rank George Green lion rank and the following to it Mill a a a a a a it a a f twin or Jennie Ralston wife of the late governor Samuel Ralston will j be i he first woman to receive in honorary degree from Central Norma College. The degree will be Given on Friday morning of this week others who will receive such degrees arc honorable Elmer Thomas. Mrs. A. Kate Huron Gilbert and or. Vav. S. Sanford. Mrs. Ralston was a member of the Central Normal College graduating class of 1884. Since that time she has been a Leader in civic endeavours and is known for her social and benevolent work. Swimming Pool in to City a de possible through i Ahl. Reo Cross chapter Lepai Xiv. Rec. Com i. Residents of Greencastle will have at their disposal for the entire summer the Depauw University swimming Pool. This was made available through the cooperation of Depauw University tin local chapter of the american red Cross and the Greencastle recreation committee. The Pool will be open for a ten week season commencing june 19ti and running through August 26tli. Residents of the City can Avail themselves of the kx�1 by buying a family ticket Good for every member of the family for $5.00 a s. Son or an individual ticket Good for the season for $3.00. The single admission for adults not holding a season tick d will be 25c and for children 10c. Open six Days the Pool will be open every Day except sunday from the hours of 2 00 to 5 00 p. M. And 7 00 to 9 30 p. In the life guard will be Spon Sorc i by the local chapter of the american red cry s and wll be Charles Sheridan Holder of a senior life saving certificate the Pool is considered one of the cleanest in the state and is kept clean with a recirculating system. One killed in occident on Hoad ii Delbert it it it of uni Gizis ii in8tant de i la xxx Eon Esi x y died of fractured skill driving Rockville Road and Watt unable to skip car truck Driver and passenger Unini Iarud tin recreation committee is composed of or. Paul Boston. Or. Harry or on loaf or. Joe Bamberger i 1. G. I. Rhea and my. B. F. Handy. Pool tickets Are available from Vuner. Or. Smith o. From Joel Marberger. Delbert Heacox 25. Of knig tits Ville was killed instantly wednesday evening about 5 30 of clock at pleasant gardens on National Highway 40, West of Greencastle when he drove his car into a dump Druck driven by Ralph Bullerdick also of Knightsville. Heacox was returning from work and according to g. J. Sarasizen fort Wayne who was Riding with him came up the reels vice Hill too fast. As he realized this he attempted to Stop but skidded in the Loose gravel at this intersection. Heacox was thrown from the car and died instantly of a fractured Skull at the base of tin brain according to Coroner Russell j. Shannon who was called to the scene of the Accident to investigate. Sarasizen and Heacox were employed As Section men working on the Pennsylvania Railroad. Heacox was completing his second Day of work after having been unemployed for some time. An inquest was held thursday morning at 10 o clock by Coroner Shannon. Bullerdick was not held. He suffered no injuries except Shock a n d Sarasizen suffered m i n o r scratches and bruises. According to Coroner Shannon neither car showed signs of being driven at High Speed and Bullerdick St pred his tick within ,�?Tj0 feet of the scene of the Accident. Heacox is survived by two Sisters and one brother. The body was taken to the Lawson funeral Home in Brazil. State police officers Rawleigh and Stevens from the Putnamville Barracks investigated the Accident. Program Aims at kidding China War Tokyo june 8. Up a program aimed at ending the chinese War is being discussed at various conferences of High japanese leaders. It was understood today. Discussion entered on the possibility of forming a coalition government in China under either Wang Ching Wei or we Pei fun chinese leaders alienated from the present chinese government. The possibility was a to discussed of reversing japanese policy and negotiating directly with Chiang Kai Shek head of the chinese government but leaders realized that such a course would bring bitter criticism from some japanese quarters and that if negotiations failed tilings might be made worse. James represents former 01 Liria is m it is stains imm Tuil to or in it nil ants is Ami new Lent in the Owen county circuit court at Spencer. Wednesday afternoon attorney Lohn h. Jamen representing former sheriff John t. Sut Cril and former Deputy sheriff Russell Newgent argued before the court on a demurrer filed by hint the complaints of Donald Crosby and Estol Mccloud asking damages for an alleged imprisonment in the up Nam county jail while those two de Pendents were office holders. The Quot court sustained tie demurrer of the defendants. The demurrer was the the complaint did not share sufficient cause for the Bondsmen of the officers to be held liable for the illegal imprisonment. Following the ruling of the court asked to the plaintiffs the latter and were granted the privilege of filing an amended complaint Whlon will be done at once and the defendant s attorneys May then file x demurrer to it As was done with the original complaint. These two suits were taken out of the county on a change of venue one going to Morgan county and the other to Owen but the defense secured another change of venue of the Case sent to Morgan. It being transferred also to Owen. Monaco okla pa., Jun. S. Up tin Royal Pilot train pieced-1 Long lire special train carrying King George i and Queen to Washington was delayed Here today More than 4.1 minutes with a hot Box on one of the Cal the Royal train passed the Pilot Linin running on toward the capital without its Pilot. It was the first time during the Long journey across Canada and return that the Pilot train has not preceded the train carrying the Royal party. Among precautions taken for the i to i Llu two 20 years Airo in . Valedictorian wins Keazer digest award William Bishop principal of Grcen Custic High school announced today that the coveted readers digest award for Scholastic achievement has been won by the valedictorian of the class of 1139, miss Kathryn Boston 106 Taylor place this City. She has received an engrossed Parchment certificate personally signed by tie editor of the readers digest. The readers digest confers this annual award As encouragement to Young men and women throughout the nation who by their Scholastic achievement give Promise of growing Clu Ltd let s Iya l or Inton Calion it it iiik�imi4 Stearley is fined Johnson found guilty miss Jessie Bucknell and Paul m it Mana of Chicago were married. Or. And mrs. Clarence Royce and son Allen of Terre haute were commencement guests of prof. And mrs. F. C. Tilden. William perk and his Brothers i vices and consented to their destruct bid in the old evens farm on the George Stearley formerly of Brazil. But now of Putnam county who pleaded guilty some time ago to Possession of Slot machine gambling file Cloverdale Road and then sold a part of it to Frank Crawley who sold it. In turn to Alfred evens who now owns it. Miss Laurle Davis a teacher of Peru was a guest of or. And mrs. N. C. Of hair. Miss Mildred Crawley had the Best graded manuscript of any Putnam county school child on a Why is the Victory loan necessary a she received a Gem an army helmet As the prize. Tion by the sheriff was fined $25 and costs in the Clay circuit court thursday and paid the Fine. Pearl Johnson who was tried on a similar charge on his plea of not guilty was found guilty by judge John f. Baumunk on two counts. On motion of Hoy v. Tozer attorney for the defendant judgment was deferred until june 17. The last conviction is the third for Johnson on similar charges. Judge Baumunk overruled the motion of the defendant to return the confiscated property. Is Noay morning is Olexo line Hope turns Tow Ard the United states aboard refugee liner St Louis. At sea Jun. 8. Up the 907 jewish refugees aboard the St Louis steaming Hack toward Germany after having Horn refused adm Inri on to Cuba prayed for divine intervention today to it find to lieu a place of Refuge. Sunday morning is the dead line. Unless a decision is made by then it will be impossible for technical reasons for the St. Louis to turn Back. Hope now turned toward the United states where Bernard h. Sandler is trying to arrange for their entry. The Hamburg America line owners of the St. Lulls. Said they would turn the ship toward new York if Sandler posted a $50.000 Bond to guarantee payment of $5.000 a Day costs for holding the ship off new York. Miss Ruth Daggy to give recital Friday Ruth Daggy daughter of or. And mrs. Boscoe Daggy. Will give a piano recital Friday. June 9, at 7 00 p. M. In music Hall. She will be assisted by Charles Sheridan Bass a student of prof. Edmund Jarvis of the Depauw school of music. Mira Daggy is a Pupu of miss Elizabeth Herr. The Public is invited to attend this recital. Surrenders after killing gangster Chicago. June 8. Up John Falcione 31. Surrendered to police and said he had killed Dominic de Carlo 32. Whose body was dumped from an automobile onto the Steps of Mother Cabrini Hospital shortly before Dawn today. Falcione said h shot Carlo in Sel defense when Carlo a member of Chicago sold �?�42�?� gang pulled a pistol during an argument Over Money. Falcione did not explain How Carlos body was taken to a the Hospital. He Wais held for questioning. Fail to raise is it Liverpool England june 8 up an attempt to raise the sunken submarine failed today when a Northwest swell snapped i one of the lifting cables. O 9 o o a amp 0 o 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 generally fair in North portion tonight and Friday thundershowers in South portion this afternoon or tonight. Becoming fair Friday cooler in North portion tonight minimum 67 8 a i 7 a m. 73 8 a. M. 7. B n so 10 a to. 08 1 1 a in. A a 12 noon. A 1 p. A. 87 2 p. M. 87
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