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Greencastle Daily Banner (Newspaper) - June 28, 1939, Greencastle, IndianaA the weather showers and c cooler a it. It it tiie daily Banner 5 a a i United press service 4 . The Home news 0 i a pc it Waves for All 9 Volchik Fouty Indiana wednesday Jine let a 1h39. N i. His cos Lions club plans for fourth lit tires Sive civic group cedes Roachdale a St Itoku re Hue Celebration Brollia a rail i Orgun Viallon a a ii Ili to program planned a a or monday tuesday in Achille As a Community is Itkin the town s aggressive civic Una Patlon. The Lions cub in the bration sponsored by that club on great National Holiday the fourth of july. The Lions have Spon Sueh observances in other a Are. But. This year they Promise f Celebration will be bigger and Itter than Ever. The Irwin Brothers have import Jit positions Glenn Vav. Irwin being a Osi Clent of the organization and Alen s. Irwin being Secretary. How or John Clark is general chairman the o a mittens which Are prepare the details of the Celebration Myers is manager of publicity Urey Modlin is in charge of the be acts s. K. Chastain has general re sight of the decorations and Yllic Skelton is looking after the a Terra moment features. The program arranged so far is follows monday. July 3�?1 p. M., band Cert by Fillmore band 2 p. In. Is a tamers Caroline Ami Marv me Dezurik Quot the girls with the re Yodel mighty pretty Quot the says. Monday a 30 p my a balloon ascent in and triple Parachute jump thing new but always is claimed. Monday 7 10 p. A band concert p. the vols girls again tuesday july 4,�?1 p. a band a 2 p. a Quot Starlet dance re which the program says is item by Graceful terpsichore an lists Fries i.,y. P. M., was singers. Tuesday. I p. A. Goat Derby. This real race by goals experienced to business. They Are profession it Irwin informed the Banner inter it is Quot something new ethling different the Only trained ing Ata showing before the Riean Public today fun for ting my old a to quote from the Gram. Les Day 7 30 p. M., hand concert incas entertainers. It u Day it p. M., grand display of works. Quot every year our fire is display gets bigger and bet Quot according to the program. He show Wall occupy the two cos of main Street which ii ave n used for that purpose in priced Vears. Traffic will be kept off of e blocks. Mcnutt men will attend big meeting a big delegation of Putnam county democrats will attend the meeting in Indianapolis Friday at which time Paul v Mcnutt will return to his Home City from Manila he is in route to Washington to make his final report on the philippine islands to president Roosevelt and Indiana democrats Are planning on a monster Homecoming Celebration. The meting will be held on the Circle at noon and a big delegation will go from Here for the Parade and speech making. The Putnam county Mcnutt for president club is now engaged in recruiting delegates to the meeting which promises to lie the biggest one of the year for Indianapolis. Warden Dowd Calls worker real heroine tilts kith join hit prison kit two hoi its by convicts Homi in raw okdsx1li l War Strain Pinch of War is becoming evident in Tokyo As this ancient Donkey cart appears on streets of japanese capital. Gasoline is so important that a drop of it is now compared to movies of european farms at Cloverdale at the school building in Clover Dalo tuesday evening. Prof. F. V Reeland Ltd the faculty of Depauw University gave a lecture with moving pct Urei depicting farm scenes in the South of France and in Denmark. Particularly to an audience of farm Bureau men and their wives. Prof. A Mccland travelled through the chief countries of Europe last year using his camera assiduously and bringing Home with him a number a films that have interested Many Aud fences since then. The views presented in tuesday evenings lecture inter ted the Farmers and their wives. They revealed to the Putnam county residents the a Onil lied a of i nor Tea Cloverdale episodes to re is period drop it of blood. I keen Competition Between a Koi is Ussi i i ine Xii a ally Leader decides to fight it it Uther than give them Liberty rotary installs ices first City hand a i it once induce for Junior nines announced h cd Odule for the Junior Amcri-1 True baseball teams in this in a has been issued by Guy i. S tit of Rockville. Greencastle l 1 i six games in 11 Days and h tvs will he Short of pitching a but one Flinger has been Ell Ping under the coaching of Conklin. Hot i Heddle Calls for the follow 3 Greencastle at Rockville. Ii it Rockville at Greencastle. 7. Greencastle at Williams us 10, Williamsport at Green Thuiy 12 Greencastle at Crawford a Fly 14, Crawfordsville at Green a it to local merchants have con d d to a fund to buy purple and v 11 Quot a forms for the locals and a it a Quot ill be available for the first Quot i Une which will be played at a Knock Field next wednesday. Public is urged to come out and let it the team. 11 n Hmoih of Annivera of \ ersaille8 treaty i by United press p s military preparations 1 a 1 a new High today on the 20th Quot usary of the historic events 1 a Sailles treaty that ended the Al War. Quot a i Japan and great Britain i Quot formally agreeing to negotiate a Krave Disi it Ute at tientsin the a on of european nations of on Danzig and the polish Coras Quot result of suddenly increase Quot a that Adolf Hitler would i a to expand the Northeast frontiers of the Reich. Michigan City ind june 28 up Warden Alfred 11 Dowd of the Indiana state prison praised As a heroine today a slim Brunette social worker whose life he unwillingly gambled yesterday rather than give a guns and Freedom to three desperate convicts. She is mrs. Ruth joint1, 25. Attractive Divorcee and Mother of a three year old daughter who for two harrowing hours a knife at her Throat a was held prisoner in a Penitentiary office yesterday by a murderer a kidnapper and a robber the convicts demanded their release guns and an automobile As the Price for her life. Dowd faced with one of the gravest decisions of his term calmly talked to the desperadoes conferred with state troopers and decided to shoot it out. Guards and slate police stormed the office with guns and tear Gas thwarted that a life or death outbreak and rescued mrs. Joiner she and six others including the convicts were wounded before the outbreak was quelled. Today she Lay in St. Anthonys Hospital waiting for physicians to determine whether it will be necessary to amputate her Lef Arm. A the Best we could figure Dowd said a was that not Only was one woman a life at stake but that if those men got out they would terrorize the Countryside. Mrs. Joiners conduct and courage were marvelous. She kept her composure and helped us All she she was making an inspection tour of the prison Hospital with seven other welfare workers Lour women and three men. When the attack was made. In a corridor were convict Richard Sweet. 2d. Leader of the plot serving a life term for kidnapping Alphonse Skusewicz. 20. Serving a life term for murder and robbery and Earl Niverson 32. Serving 10-25 years for robbery when they seized mrs. Joiner a guard Joseph Piotrow i Iki 37 and Ai t u 31. Ran to her Aid. Sweet slashed Piotrowski in the neck with a knife and his accomplices dragged mrs Joiner and Hunt into the office of the prison physician and locked the door. After mrs. Join r telephoned Dowd he stalled for time summoned 50 City and state policemen and stationed them in the courtyard outside continued on re two pet show open to All children will be Helix in Kobe Ann Park on Friday at 9 30 p. The pet show which is to be Bel i Friday afternoon at 2 30 at Rohe Ann Park is being sponsored by Delta Theta tan All children regardless of age Are eligible to enter their pets. First and second Piare ribbons will be awarded the following most unusual pet prettiest pet. Ugliest pet pet with most stripes or spots largest dog smallest dog dog with longest ears dog with longest Tail whitest cat blackest cat largest cat smallest eat. If possible or. W. D. James will act As official judge of the contest. In Case of rain the show will take place saturday at 10 a. A Large crowd of children and parents Are expected for this pet exhibit. I of Sponn i k. In Van in i 111 n it. I k Heads Loc Al organization Fok coming x i a a officers for the coming year were installed by the Greencastle rotary club wednesday at the weekly luncheon of the the organization. Or. D. W. Killinger who has been Secretary of the club for the past several years was installed As president. The new vice president is prof. Lester m. Jones. He was unable to be present As he is spending the summer in California. Lois j. Arnold was selected Secretary and John Etter treasurer. Benton Curtis is the new sergeant at arms and the new directors include Walter Ballard. Andrew Browning and Frank c. Schoenman the retiring president. Order Home russian embassy official Tokyo. June 28 top a the newspaper yom Iuri reported today that Constantine Smetanin. Russian embassy charge d affaires had been ordered to Moscow and would leave july 5 the newspaper said that the foreign office had not been notified of the recall order. Finds a in in mid mistake arrested As drink Mill a Keller. 20 years old. Was picked up on a downtown Street by City police officer Logan Woodrum last night and put in the detention cell in the courthouse charged with intoxication. Keller told tile officers a Story of How it All happened which did not Cheek in parts Anil the officers arc investigating. Keller said he had been sent from a acc Camp in Arizona to fort Benjamin Harrison to be discharged and had made an Effort to get to his Home at Jeffersonville. But found himself in Greencastle. Police seek sex maniac for murder Hollywood. Calif. June 28 hip police today sought a Man described As a sex maniac for the Hammer slaying of Margaret Campbell 56-Ycar-old former actress. Mrs. Campbell whose body was found in a Hollywood boarding House appeared to hive been beaten with a Carpenter s claw Hammer. Her night clothes were torn and body bruised. First appearance original its planned for this week it has been found necessary to postpone the premiere performance of the Greencastle band for this season until probably the second thursday evening in july although it was at first planned to have the first performance this week. The postponement of the first night s program was made necessary by the absence from the City of too Many members of the band to permit a program to be Given this week. The members of the Greencastle band under the direction of or. Pennington now feel that they have the proper sort of foundation in that the director is also director of the summer band of the Greencastle High school and he uses some of the players of this Junior organization in the City band which thus establishes to sort of Reserve for the City organization from which trained replacements May be taken from time to time As needed to fill vacancies in the senior organization. Heretofore when a vacancy occurred in the City group it was Chance Only that some one could be found to fill the place. The City band is working up a repertoire of numbers from which they will make selections for their weekly concerts. Expect local wheat on Market in 10 Days s. Consulate rejects Jap Nole i Onsi i Eneix. Tention to treaty rights Parade to be i i Vii i d pageant itis a i xxx ill in on stage reeled East of Kenol passed away Ner Morton n ent Farmer die in wednesday Vitek an extended illness i i Neli i. To be i kid xxx Ewing xxx As Well known Here As in resided Smith of it for a lung years Charles m. Ewing age 73 years prominent Putnam county Farmer d wednesday morning at his Home or there has developed a Friendly an 1 healthy rivalry Between groups a Cloverdale in the matter of the episodes which they arc respectively. To present in the pageant which iien1sin, june 28 up Clar is principal feature of the Cen no e. Gauss. United states Consul Tennial Celebration in that town the general at Shanghai today rejected four Days beginning july 27. This japanese note warning foreign soft 0f Competition insures a High ships to leave the blockaded ports of excellence of each of these parts of Soochow and we Chow by noon to the pageant. All Ages and All occur Morrow and announcing that Japan potion of the town Are involved in could not be responsible for safety of the affair. Foreign citizens or property after there will let a a Parade in which that time. All Ltd the features will have a part. He called the japanese govern As far is Thoy can. Hut the pageant ment s attention to the rights of proper will be depicted on a stage americans under treaties to enter erected on the town s picnic grounds leave or reside at the ports and said eat 0f school House. There has that Japan would be responsible for. J Een prepared a text recounting the the safety of american citizens and i history of the town from its Redskin property. Lavs which will it a read As the it was understood that Admiral develop by Donus Denny and f g. Harry e. Yampell american Fleet nur8t miss White of was Broad commander in chief in the far East. A casting station who is thoroughly would Send a similar note concern a ver8ed in thj4 presentation of paging the right of United states War-1 eang in come we the a a Day or twp. Ships to sail anywhere in chinese and Wil at once Bogon the training 1 in Morton. He had been ill of pernicious Enemia for some time. Or. Ewing was born in this state .111110 12. 1h66. The son of Robert m. And Ella Mcknight Ewing. He was a member of the first Baptist Church in this City and was Active in the Church activities As Long As his health permitted. Or. Ewing and his family moved to Morton about a year ago when he purchased a farm from James Albin. Prior to that time he and his family resided on a farm four Miles South of Greencastle on state Road 43 for Twenty six years and was Well known in this Community. Survivors Are the widow one daughter. Mrs. Ruth Davidson of Indianapolis three sons. Orville Ewing of California corals Ewing at Home and Henry Ewing of Greencastle a Foster sister mrs. Sue Edrington of Lebanon and other relatives. Funeral services will be held Friday aft noon at 2 of clock from the family residence in charge of the Rev. J. Drover Forward pastor of the first Baptist Church. Interim it will by made in Forest Hill cemetery. Friends May Call at the Horn at Morton. Indi a my Estop k hogs 5.000 holdovers 110 Market 25 cents higher 100 to 300 lbs., $7.25 to $7.60 300 to 400 lbs., $6.95 to $7.15 100 to 160 lbs $6 65 to $7 sows 15i to 25c higher mostly 5.40 to $6.75. Cattle 1,400 calves 600 medium and Good steers steady most Early sales $0.00 to $9.75 heifers and calves fully steady most heifers $8.50 to $9 35 dealers 50c higher Putnam county wheat is expected to begin arriving on the Market within ten Days elevator men report and the yield will be lighter than usual due to the Winter Kilt and the acreage allotment by the government. Dick Smith of the Fillmore elevator reported today that the Price this morning was about 65 cents and because the government is loaning about 70 cents on 1939 wheat he expected the top to be not higher than 65 or 66 cents for no. 1 wheat and As a Rule there is but Little of this Grade of wheat. The other grades will be several cents under no. 1. Waters to protect american lives and property interests. Americans Here predicted that j Yarnell would Send a warship to a Soochow. British consular authorities it Soochow regarded the situation there with such anxiety that they made arrangements to remove a number of British citizens by warship despite a message from sir Archibald Kerr i British ambassador urging him to d line to remove britons unless he believed them absolutely in danger. There were potentially serious situations at Soochow. We Chow and Swaton which the japanese Are now blockading As Par t of a series of new military drives tientsin where the blockade of the British Concession continues and Shanghai. It was reported at Hong Kong that British warships would escort the British steamships sics an and Kiangtung into Swaton Harbor late today in Defiance of the japanese blockade As the result of a japanese refusal to admit them unescorted. Worst fire in forty two years in London Iii. Lon. Honors assassinated brother of the participants in the pageant. All of the Talent used in the nine episodes of the pageant will be local persons in Cloverdale with the exception of the red men imported from Quincy and it is probable the participants in the performance of the knights of pythias play. A Damon and pythias a a by a troupe from j Indianapolis. This feature if it is i Given will occupy All of one evening and will compress the pageant into i three evenings instead of the four originally planned for it. This play j if it is secured will be presented 1 with compliments of the Cloverdale knights. Other contributions to the a Cunt will include a log rolling by the farm Bureau of Cloverdale township with real logs a real Cabin to be erected a scene from the world War by the legion tire Busy Bee 4-1 club will have a feature the Parent teachers organization will put on a scene in an old time school the Mason will stage a scene from the civil War Days and so on. The has promised More free acts than they have had in their past annual Home comings and there will be Spucci provided for family picnics. Ike Loyille boy died wednesday morning Billy Lee Wright 10-year old son of or. And mrs. James Robert Wright of reels Vil 1c, died wednesday morning at the Putnam county Hospital. He had been a patient in the Hospital for several Days. Funeral arrangements will be announced later. Will tour Europe prof. A. Reid Winsey. Depauw University Art instructor will sail from new York monday july 3, on the liner new Amsterdam for Europe. Professor Winsey plans to tour Germany Fiance Switzerland and Italy before returning Home August 15. London. June 28 up fire described As the worst in London in 42 years destroyed a Block of buildings in the barbican District last night. Thirty persons trapped in one building escaped Over rooftops. 20 years a it to in Greencastle Baton Rouge la. June 28 up gov. Karl k. Long piled Flowers on the grave of his assassinated brother the late Huey p. Long on the Lawn in front of the skyscraper statehouse and set out today to help a grand jury clean up one of i the worst political scandals in Louisiana s troubled history the Case of i it a. James Monroe Smith fugitive former president of the state University. Fri want Lee Dies of heart Stark on the children a Day program at the Christian Church were Charlotte Etter Sarah Harris Clara Lucile Conklin. Imogene Cooper Willis Akk Angemi its for ii orse show near completion the arrangements for Bainbridge s big horse show will soon be perfected and the detailed program will then be. Announced. Committees Are Blackwell John Talbott. Blanche to have a general meeting at once to Bicknell Charles Walter Brown take care of items in their depart Mart a Sweet. Dwayne Longden. Meats which have not yet had final t. J. Nixon of Cloverdale had a be attention and when these Are re rious Accident when his Driver lost ported upon the final announcement control of his ambulance truck re Ean be made of the event. It will be turning from Indianapolis. The top one of the big Days for North put of the machine was torn off. Nam this year. Bainbridge in an Louis tiny Hirt and Joe Gardner earlier Day was the scene of the big went to Kansas to work in Che har Putnam county fair and was Visi a Vest Fields. J ted by Many hundreds of persons. Ii a been in . Ill i i ii Iii i to stroke in january Edward Lee Well known resident of Warren township died suddenly tuesday of i heart attack at his Home in Putnamville. He had been in ill health since january when he suffered from a stroke. Or. Lee had spent most of his life in the Putnamville Community an 1 was Well known. Survivors Are the widow two daughters. Mrs. Paul rising of this City and mrs. Madonna say Les of Chicago two sons Charles Lee of this City and Edward Lee of chicag funeral services will be held thursday afternoon at 2 30 of clock from the methodist Church in Putnamville. The Rev. V. L. Raphael of this City will be in charge. Burial will in the Putnamville cemetery. Friends May Call at the Rector funeral Home. Sheep 1.000 Spring lambs weak to 50c lower top $10.25 sparingly bulk better Grade merely Good lambs. $�?T.75 to $10. A a Rue to negotiate dispute peacefully Tokyo. June 28 up Japan and great Britain have agreed to negotiate their dispute Over the British Concession at tientsin through diplomatic channels on the basis of demands which Japan has formulated at Britain s request it was announced today. It was expected that negotiations would Start Here next week with foreign minister Hashiro a Rita and sir Robert Craigie British ambassador. An principals. Is it filed to Lee it i Are be ii xxx eight t \ \ illegal fort Wayne. Ind. June 28 it p a suit asking that the state i motor vehicle weight tax be declared unconstitutional and the state be prevented from enforcing it. A is on file in the u s. District clerks office today. Filed by t h e trans american freight lines ind., of Detroit the action named As defendants gov m. Clifford Townsend s ate treasurer Joseph m. Robertson auditor Frank g Thompson attorney general Omer Stokes Jackson the state police Board members Albert l. Rabb director of the division of Public safety and Don Stivers head of the state police. A o it it it it it it it it a it today a weather it it and it it local temperature it it it it it it it it it it it it local thundershowers tonight or thursday somewhat cooler in East and South portions thursday. Minimum. 72 6 a. In. .82 7 a. A. 82 8 a. 85 9 a. M87 10 a. A. 89 11 a. A. 90 12 noon. I 1 p. 92 2 p. A. 92 a
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