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Greencastle Daily Banner (Newspaper) - June 22, 1939, Greencastle, IndianaFull the weather col of and cooler to it. A Lime forty seven the daily Banner 00 United press service All the Home news a a 0 $ i it Waves for All 9f Greencastle Indiana thursday june 22,1�no. 21. By demand to evacuate chinese City rho Ltd a complying More in Rishi in a Are sent into Swaton Harbor a t i o n very grave i in and a Point Are Swatuk -nt.dn. Shanghai jaw have no Mitote to order foreigners out Washington june 22 up it ural Harry e. Yampell comma ii of the United states Asiatic i Ron it Orting on developments far East radioed the Navy Dement today that he has notified a St naval authorities that the can Navy will go a wherever it a Sarv to protect american Sens requiring assistance am a a Loede. Report to Admiral in u Leahy chief of naval of a on ule tense situation 111 s3 where japanese ordered the u. Destroyer Pillsbury to leave my Jensin China june 22.�? up great Britain and the United defied a japanese ultimatum it their warships and citizens Swaton today and instead of implying. Sent additional warships. Be United states destroyer pills it and the British destroyer than fused to leave Swaton Hathor. N they were joined by the u. S. Royer John Pope and the so destroyer h-51 believed to a he scout. Situation in port All along the a coast was considered extreme grave. With the japanese demand Don nation and the foreign a defending their rights Vigore chief danger Points Wefer How tientsin where the British French concessions were Block by the japanese and the food image was growing acute and Ighani where British and Ameri forces feared the japanese would id their repression policy to the International settlement. A Britain Quot id the United states a stiff attitude Over the Swaton Latum advising their consular critics that the japanese had no to order foreigners out and not evacuate their nationals amounted to a showdown with ext move up to Japan. There a obvious fear that violence might British and French military Tori ties urgently consulted in i biota in was believed v to cts Patch troops from that t naval base to danger Points in a. Tientsin British naval parties led thi. Waterfront of the Cono. Miral Harry e. Yampell com. The United 8tat< s in the far East wire Essed us general Clarence e. Gauss at Ai urgent instructions to in the japanese government that United states would hold it re for the safety of americans a let v and for any damage to can property. Mell v. To understood to have in a i Gauss to advise the Japan a Munt that it was the pol United states to Send War a any Point where americans to danger. That policy he was under Quot have told Gauss to reject the set ultimatum. At once entered into Confer Elul sir Herbert Phillips. Brit Sui general at Shanghai. An a Phillips decided to draft Ati not. S rejecting the japanese lung in us my on rite two by Hope for Gehrig put very lies in Mayo 1 Hester minn., june 22.�? 1,1 Hill old c. Habein said 1 Lut Hie Only Hope for the re Lou Gehrig haae Ball Aan Quot lies in research being a at Mayo clinic laboratories b where to keep Static the �11-m which he suffer. Was expected to return i 1 Blither consultations with quoth it physician said no treat-1 in he prescribed with any 111 Hope of Success. Summer hit City Early this morning summer was ushered into a sweltering Greencastle shortly before 3 o clock this morning. It followed a week of temperatures which touched a High of 90 degrees or More almost every Day. A Survey of the records for the 1939 Spring showed it marked by weather far from Normal. In april the mean temperature for the month was nearly two degrees below Normal and the rainfall totalled More than seven inches three inches above Normal. The rainfall in May was below Normal and that of the first Twenty Days of june close to three inches above Normal. The season began officially at 1 40 o clock this morning and Loday in. Be the longest Day of the of Wade Millman protests will action filed in circuit court thursday by mrs. Huber Case of much interest do to till fact that Millman wan an eccentric character Case attracts attention. Dissatisfaction expressed by mrs. Tamar Huber sister of the late Wade Millman. With the disposition he made of his $35.000 estate at the time the will and codicil were offered for probate in the Putnam circuit court came to a definite head this Forenoon when attorneys for mrs. Huber filed a complaint asking that the will and codicil be set aside by the court As invalid. The complaint is directed by mrs. Huber against Eugene and Madeline Huber and cletis Huber Stewart grand Nephew and grand nieces of or. Millman and against John j. Gambold of Coatesville. Appointed guardian of or. Millman to assist him in caring for his property the last year or so of his lifetime. These defendants named in the complaint just filed were Given All of his property by the will and codicil which were offered for probate soon after his death. At that time notice was Given that there would be objection to the instruments being probated and the court granted until june 23 for the filing of such objections. This complaint sets out that the a a pretended a will and codicil Are invalid first because they were unduly executed secondly because they were revoked by or. Millman prior to the Date of his death. Lyons amp Abrams Are attorneys for the complaint. Twister this scene in Anoka minn., gives an idea of Tornado s fury when it Tore along 25 Miles of Countryside killed 10 persons injured 60 and did property damage of $500,000. Anoka town of 5,000, suffered most with five persons killed and 40 buildings demolished including Church and armory. Lose Trail of Olson after five Day search Hayward. Wis. Jun. 22 up Kay Olson 30. Fugitive Slayer of two deputies appeared today to have i made Good his escape from 303 a of semen who have trailed him for five l Days through Miles of dense thickets Timber and so impland3. I the to Cuenin patrolled an area 10 Miles Square Southeast of Here in the Moose Lake Region in the Hope of picking up his Trail. He a 1 Dolge l their net five times in i was believed Early today to have escaped into the wilderness. He had not been sighted for More than 21 hours and the searchers Only Hope was that hunger would Force him to acne out into open illness takes life of Japtha Green resident of Koa Tidale Greencastle for Many years d e a i ii \ me wednesday huge crowd gathers to hear f. Bays state c knt Al commit Tki chairman typical oration re Suomi to Many local party Heads attend rally Hpe Erh Lair i by it Ali with Public says . Could t in now director of i Iii if opinion in Titi of Seks trend toward proiiii1itiontownsend opens old a be meeting r r l l a truckers Quot Kivi. To enforce Law Quot Zapolis. Ind. June 22ute police arrested Quot Numor. A Vor truckers yesterday As 1 to enforce the truck weight we a intensified Don f. Intendant announced to number of arrests had n determined. Governor welcomes 12,01 9 delegates to convention in Indian today Indianapolis. June 22 Impi Moro than 12,000 a Legates to the fourth annual National Townsend convention were ready today to action to Forward their Campaign for a government Pend a of $200 a month for All americans Over 60 years of age. Headed by or Francis k. Townsend founder and guiding spirit of the movement the d Legates flocked into Indianapolis during the night prepared to voice their support of the slight California physician in his new Campaign to eliminate All congressmen who Are against the pension program. At least a dozen special trains from All sections of the country several bus caravans and five automobile caravans one said to be ten Miles Long arrived Early today and the delegates they brought headed directly for the convention Hall. The convention was coiled to Ord i. Three 1 new mail service effective after june 25th the local Indianapolis. June 22 up or. George Gallup director of the Institute of Public opinion said last night that president Roosevelt probably would have a difficult time winning a third term if the election were held today and that the nation slowly is Drifting toward prohibition again. He spoke at the International circulation manager s association convention. He said his investigators had found that sentiment for prohibition seems to run in cycles and that we now apparently Are in one of those cycles Drifting toward it again at the rate of about one per cent a year. A i done to mean that we Are going to have prohibition again right away but i do mean that something will have to be done to change the trend now evident if we Don he said the thir l term sentiment was a difficult sampling problem because to get an accurate vote it was necessary to a know if one favouring it did so on principle or because Roosevelt would be the candidate. Apparently. He said the democratic party will have to choose a Compromise candidate if Roosevelt does not run a or they will be Defeated. He said american Public opinion is a amazingly stable Quot and that there should not be half the fair of propaganda that there seems to in. A the propagandists have developed the theory that they can Sway Public opinion pretty Well but we have found that it takes significant facts to make pronounced changes in Public sentiment Quot he brother to Rule state Earl Long in line for governorship of Louisiana As Richard leche its Baton Rouge la., june 22. Up governor Richard w. Leche last night announced his resignation effective a within a week a because of ill health opening the Way for a brother of the late Huey p. Long to step into the gubernatorial Post. Lieut. Governor Earl k. Long who was at Odds with his famous brother while the latter was governor and later United states senator will succeed leche. Earl Long was taken in by leaders in the powerful machine Huey Long had built before his assassination in the skyscraper Cape tol Here in september. 1135, after his brother a death. The machine put Earl Long in the lieutenant governors Post under leche in the 1936 election. Lieutenant governor Long reputedly never had been made a member of the a dinner circles which controlled Louisiana a politics but he had grown steadily in Power since the Advent of the leche administration and had its Blessing for the governorship in 19�0. Welcome prepared for rulers return fam. Retards ships Progress As thousands gather on Shore Post office will have a better connection for the cast bound mail due to a new mall service on train no. 18 of the new York Central which leaves Greencastle at 4 35 p. A daily except sunday. This schedule will make possible an Early a Clamp of Mads Dally and for an outlet for parcel Post which previously Hai been leaving he City office for the new England states at 7 35 p. M. The mail closes Here at 3 55 p. M. Southampton eng. June 22 up fog it a the English Channel slowed the liner Empress of Britain today As hundreds of thousands of britons gathered to Welcome King George and Queen Elizabeth Home from their triumphant visit to Canada and the United states. People were already beginning to i line the 60-Milc Railroad route to Southampton As the train moved Down to the South coast. News from the Empress of Britain said that when the princesses boarded the liner after lunch first to Greet their parents and Welcome them Home they would be presented with two wooly giant Panda toys by the Crew. Southampton had been filling with visitors for two Days and it was packed today. Sidewalks windows and roofs along the two mlle route from the Dock to the Central Railroad station were crowded for hours before the liner arrived. The crowd Here was the biggest Ever assembled in the City. Queen Mary the Dukes and Duchesse of Gloucester and Kent the King s Brothers and Sisters in Law and the Princess Royal the King s it on 1�?~iikt Tny county Council closes meeting will consider budgets i next session approved Hospital request the Putnam county Council closed its culled meeting wednesday afternoon Ami adjourned. Its next meeting will be to consider budgets unless another emergency Arisen which makes another called meeting necessary. At this meeting the Council approved the request of the trustees of the Putnam county Hospital for the Transfer of $16 000 from that institutions maintenance fund to a special fund for the purchasing of equipment. This Money is already in the county Treasury in the Hospital maintenance fund and the Transfer is made without additional Cost to the taxpayers. The Council also authorized a Transfer of a minor amount from the building fund of the Putnam county infirmary to a repair fund.20 years ago in Greencastle Walter Heath secured an injunction from judge he hcs against the county commissioners to Stop their letting a contract to the of hair Brothers for the repair of Bridges in Putnam county they having submitted a Blanket bid for a fall or none of the Job. The injunction was granted on the grounds the commissioners had asked for bids on the individual jobs and not for a Blanket bid. De Brock Way and his Mother sold their 160-acre farm in Warren township to mat Murphy for $10,000. Little miss Josephine and Janies Rubush of Edinburg Wen visiting their Uncle and aunt. Or. And mrs. W. O. Timmons on East Washington leaders Lull fax measure attempt to Avert filibuster on other a a mus legislation Washington. June 22 up administration Senate leaders called up the new $1.644,300.000 tax Bill today in an attempt to Avert a filibuster on other a a must legislation. Laid aside temporarily was a Bill extending presidential monetary Powers. A group of Western Silver senators led by the two Nevada democrats key Pittman and Pat Mccar ran has delayed action on it two Days. The leaders hoped but were Uncertain that the Silver bloc would refrain from employing dilatory tactics on the new Revenue Bill which was designed to answer business demands for tax Relief. Provisions of both the monetary and tax Bills expire Juno 30. But the leadership preferred to Gamble with the monetary measure and make sure of getting the tax Bill to president Roosevelt before the deadline. Should to tax legislation be scuttled the Treasury would be faced with a $1,800,000 daily loss in Revenue. The Silver senators seeking to Force the administration to boost Tiiu Treasury Price for1 domestically Silver said Little about their future plans. There were rumours however that they might try to exert additional pressure on the president and Secretary of the Treasury Henry Morganthau. Or. By threatening to it filibuster the tax Hill and possibly the $1,735.000,000 it by Relief appropriation which is scheduled for consideration next week. Against the monetary Bill the. Westerners tactics were Long speeches on monetary problems. Sen. Elmer Thomas d., okla., talked nearly six hours yesterday outlining his program to raise Price Levels through issuance of a greenbacks Quot. He defined inflation As the issuance of irredeemable paper Money and said he was As much opposed to that As any other senators. Surviving is a widow two daughters two sons and a brother funeral services Friday Japtha p. Green. 80 years of age. Died at 5 45 of clock wednesday afternoon at his Home 801 Lincoln Avenue in Greencastle. He had been ill fifteen months with a complication of diseases. Born nov. 1. 1858. At Westfield. Ill. Or. Green was the son of Henry and Sarah Wather Green. He married Sarah Jane Bowers on june 2, 1889. The deceased who lived near Roachdale from 1920 until a year ago was a member of the it. Gilead Community methodist Church near Tuscola 111. Surviving in addition to the widow. Are two daughters. Mrs. Edith me William of Toulon 111., and miss Lois Green of Bloomington. 111. Two sons. Or. J. W. Green of Springfield Iii., and h. Glen Green of Jacksonville. In. A brother. W. A. Green of Ashmore. Ill. And seven grandchildren. Funeral services will be conducted at the Chastain funeral Home at Roc Hdale at 10 of clock Friday morning in charge of the Rev. Or. Mckinney of Roachdale. Burial will he made in the Brodus cemetery near Camargo Iii friends May View the body at the fun ral Home thursday evening and Friday St a limn died morning ius i Ikon confined to Iii-1 Fob two a i Lis w Ith . L j. Baldwin Dies in Toledo was formerly Marie Merkov weather was born and reared in this City John Stamm age 26 years died thursday morning about 4 30 o clock at the Home of his Mother and Stepfather. Or. And mrs Homer l. Frazier. 910 South Indiana Street following a several years illness. To Hod been confined to his bed for the past two years with arthritis. Survivors include the Mother step father one brother Glen Stamm of this City one sister mrs. Roy Whitley of Indianapolis one half i brother Donald Frazier a step sister. Mrs. Paul Garner of Indianapolis and two step Brothers Paul an 1 Clifford Frazier of this City. Funeral services will be held saturday afternoon at 2 of clock from the Frazier residence in South Indiana Street. The Rev. Cecil kellers of the first Christian Church will officiate. Interment will be made in Forest Hill cemetery. Friends May Call at the frasier Home. Or. And mrs. James merry weather this morning received word of uie death in a Hospital at Toledo. Ohio of their daughter. Marie wife of l. J. Baldwin. Her death occurred at 6 of clock this morning in the women a and children a Hospital at Toledo where she had been in a critical condition for some time. She had been operated upon previously an inflammation of the thyroid gland being one of the Causer of her decline. Mrs. Baldwin was the youngest child of or. And mrs. Merryweather having been born in this City. Surviving is her sister miss Velma Merryweather. At Home in this City and another sister. Mrs. Ethel Lee of Phoenix Arizona. A brother. Harry died in an Formy Hospital on the mexican Border Many years ago. Funeral arrangements will be announced later. Small boy hit by taxi thurs afternoon James Neeley three year old son of or. And mrs. Charles Neeley was injured thursday afternoon when he a struck by p. Stoner taxi cab driven by Scott kit Ham. The boy was taken to the office of or. Hutcheson and sent to the Hospital where it was said his injuries were not serious although he was suffering from concussion. The boy had two bad cuts on his head. It was said the child three years old. Ran directly in front of the taxi. Chief of police Maddox investigated and said the taxi stopped within 18 feet after hitting the boy. The circuit court room of the court House at Greencastle was packed and there was a considerable overflow in the Vestibule by the audience which gathered wednesday evening to listen to Fred f. Bays of Sullivan recently elected chairman of the democratic state Central committee of Indiana and to witness the vaudeville program which followed the address of or. Bay. The transition from or. Bay a oratory to the performance of the female contortionist the gymnasts and trick roller skaters the Chil l Singer from Hollywood and the other numbers on the amusement program was abrupt a n d even startling. However As or. Bays himself said a fall work and no play makes Jack a Dull and having that idea in mind the entertainment numbers were provided to give a Little recreation to the audience. The speech and the vaudeville performance was All Good or. Bays and the men and women and youths on the amusement program All were artists in their respective lines of activity and each received vigorous applause from the audience. Carl Hurst chairman of the put a a m county democratic Central committee presided. In his few sentences of greeting he said the great audience before him was evidence in itself that the people of his party in Putnam county had not lost Faith. A at the present time a he said plans Are already being made for the Campaign of 1940.�?� or. Hurst introduced the a distinguished visitors present among whom were Ray Smith editor of the Hoosier Sentinel a a Bill Stuckey formerly of Greencastle now with the Public service commission of Indiana Floyd Hemmer superintendent of the state penal farm Claude Silkwood chief clerk at the penal farm Walter Shead Secretary of the stae democratic state committee John Elsberry Deputy state auditor Howard l. Rhea Hendricks county chairman Gorge Barnhart Clay county chairman judge James p. Hughes formerly of the Indiana supreme court and now assistant attorney general miss Hamilton vice chairman of Parke county mrs. Mary Elkins vice chairman of Clay county Frank Eubank. Morgan county chairman mrs. Lillie Mcferran Putnam county vice chairman or. T. A Sigler former Putnam county chairman mrs. Georgia Fisher former Putnam county vice chairman William h Sutherlin. Judge of the Putnam circuit court o. If Weatherman chairman of Vermillion county committee Roy Etter. Of Newmarket. Sixth District chairman Stroud Swaim. Parke county chairman Paul Sturm Secretary of the fifth District organization ted Bays of Sullivan Nephew of the state chairman and others. In introducing or. Bays. Carl Hurst said the speaker of the evening was radiating enthusiasm and optimism since entering Putnam county on this visit. The speech of or. Bays was a splendid example of a Campaign oration even if it were delivered in a Between Campaign period. It. As h frankly said was intended to help the democratic party in Indiana present an unbroken front to their opponents. He was delighted he said with the attendance of the gathering. Or. Bays pictured the Short com Mil in tii Ilmi i Ikic to my Dennis Welch 7 year old son of or. And mrs. James r. Welch. 109 West Columbia Street is ill at his Home. A q a o 009000 amp today a weather a @ and 0 0 local temperature 0 000 0 0000000 mostly Cloudy and cooler toni lit. Local thundershowers in East and South portions this afternoon or tonight Friday fair somewhat warmer in East and South portions. Minimum. 75 6 a. M. 80 7 a. A. 82 8 a. M. Is 9 u. M. Is 10 a. M. 87 11 a. M. S7 12 noon 86 1 p. M. 86 2 p. M. 86
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