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Greencastle Daily Banner (Newspaper) - June 30, 1939, Greencastle, IndianaA in what her t a fair and warmer 1 h. A the daily Banner a it Waves for ally j Al United press service 4 All the Home news 401 a Lity seven hard Tain is ready people expect a War ers factions to of stand and express Tukik attitude in crisis Many is Given warning a air Force Navy and other War department in England a really foe action London. June 3c up a the tish people United behind the govern today for e. Firm stand inst German expansionism y remarkable concert of sign a Echos new paper editorials reflecting n Shade of Public opinion left no i for doubt that the nation was by to accept a nazi Challenge and almost convinced that the Chal was inevitable and imminent unconfirmed report circulated parliamentary quarters that the a eminent intended to Widen the ascription plan now confined to 5� of 20 years of age. Sports indicated that the Fleet ready for action. The air Force added in recent months beyond Hopes of tile most optimistic gov Yent leaders made ready for the eat Maneu vers in history july 8. Farming reports from the Contin that Germany was calling up ervits that German nazis and Siy men were filtering into Danto join a new Quot free corps that Aid be the basis of a defense Force j and when the Danziger profiled their Independence and their to join Germany reports from saw that Poland might Quot take is Quot in the Danzig situation had ought a sudden and dramatic Jive in the British attitude toward i european situation. Inston Churchill dissident con native Leader who often says what win mint leaders would like to started a series of a mistake grave statements yesterday wit i taming to Adolf Hitler that butt patience was nearing exhaustion ext came a speech by Viscount a tan Fareign Sec tary warning a Many that Britain was now ready fwd. A is was followed by a speech last it by Gen. Sir Walter Kirske t inspector general of the Home a War time Post which he take up tomorrow to the off training corps at Cheltenham retain now has an army with Eli to go to War before she Acly goes to War a reference to unpreparedness a he said. A it is Well perhaps because we not it a modern enemy to observe chivalry of the Middle Ages and us time to get our team on the ids rearmament has been forced is by bitter experience of the fun of arguing with an armed Bur it it came a speech by sir Walter a ton. Liberal party Leader and per the country a Foremost econ Trust that lord Halifax Soni stir warning of British determinate resist further aggression May pause to the quarters to which were primarily addressed. Halifax spoke for the whole jct and most important of All. A speech by Arthur Greenwood r Leader to the India league hear rumours about War Brcak out tomorrow. 1 know is that British labor d the Challenge came stand fight. If the worst happens Cracy will win. If democracy the Victory in the West will be my. Lasting thee Castle Indiana Friday Jln no Leo 11139. No. 220 Young democrats will hold Outing the six h District Young democratic organization Han tentatively ret saturday. July 29. As Date for a District picnic at the shades at which time Frank Mehale. National committeeman and Fred f. Hays state chairman will be guests of Honor. Plan a for the Outing were discussed at the recent meeting of county club officers at shades inn. Called by John w. King of Greencastle District president. Definite arrangements will be taken up later King announced the county officers had promised to have their full quota of delegates for the National y. D. Convention at Pittsburg in August. The District quota is 110. Local clubs Are planning card parties dances Etc. To raise Money to pay delegates expenses. King rezoned much enthusiasm about the National convention. Paul Mcnutt greeted today by thousands former governor Keti tvs to Indianapolis amidst biggest reception in years dry Leader reveals local option drive penal farm remits $11,000 to Treasury institution closes fiscal year with report to trustees tuesday population has inc it Kased a a a curve funds have grown from $ �2.20 balance us in 1930 the ending of the fiscal year at the Indiana state penal farm. Friday june 20, was marked in a pleasant Way for the institutions administrative staff and for the Board of trustees by the remitting to the state finance department at Indianapolis of $11.000 which was deposited by the treasurer of state in the general fund of the Treasury with thanks pc sum ably from Floyd j. Hemmer i superintendent. This $11,000 is the net balance in j the Industrial fund of the farm and is in excess of the $50,000 unexpended balance which is retained by the a institution As a revolving fund to be i expended As such Only if needed. This makes a total of $61.000 balance accumulated in the Industrial fund and placed to the credit of the Industrial department at the close of Tho fiscal year. These matters and others pertaining to the ending of the 1938-39 fiscal year were presented to the members of the Board of trustees at their meeting. Tuesday evening at the farm administrative building. The members of Tho Board of trustees Are John Mcfadden who is president Willis Himelick. Vice president Austin e. Kress Secretary Lee Bryan i treasurer. The assistant superintend Cut is v. L. Bowers. Other members of the staff Are e. E. Swartzlander staff advisor m. E. Lindsey editor i Robert Sutton staff artist and j James Mcdowell Howard Murray and David Smith. Superintendent Hemmer pointed out a balance of $62.30 in the Industrial fund at the close of the year i 1930. I at the close of april. 1937 Short one month of the full fiscal year Zubil Naff on i Iii two Gross income tax collections Rise 100.000 reported in Circle Moro than fifty bands and democrats from Over stale form big Parade fur presidential it candidate Indianapolis ind. June 30 a up former gov. Paul v. Mcnutt returned from two years in the philippine islands today to receive the Homecoming plaudits of thousands of Holt sier democrats who Hope to see him As the party a president Ai nominee in next years election. The handsome White haired u. S. High commissioner to the philippine islands addressed a throng at noon estimated at 100.000 persons packed densely in Indianapolis famed Monument Circle. He spoke from the identical platform from which president Roosevelt spoke in the 1932 Campaign and his supporters Hope this will be symbolic. To impress democrats in other states of the Potency of the Mcnutt candidacy via the moving picture newsreels the radio National chairman Fred Hays prepared the most elaborate political display for years for this state famed for its political enthusiasms. Delegations from every county in the state representing Mcnutt for president clubs trailed 53 bands and drum corps in a Parade carefully timed for the noon hour to attract thousands of office workers. Banners Bunting flags pictures and a Welcome Home a signs Adorne i the downtown District along the line of March. Fair weather prevailed after thundershowers yesterday broke a heat wave. Mcnutt was introduced by president Edward c. Elliott of Purdue University after Brief remarks by gov. Clifford m. Townsend and mayor Reginald Sullivan. After his address Mcnutt spent the afternoon in the statehouse shaking hands with thousands of democratic friends and Well wishers. Next week Mcnutt is expected to go to Washington for a round of official conferences winding up his administration of the Philippines and the announcement of his resignation As High commissioner probably will be forthcoming soon. In a speech at Denver Enro Ute Here he said he was Home a for their Diana legend is that Mcnutt a entire career has been care fully planned and executed with the White House As the ultimate goal diverted Only for reasons of political expediency. After being Dean of the Indiana University Law school state and National commander of the american legion governor of Indiana and then an important Federal executive in the Philippines Mcnutt today actually is starting his stretch run which either will see his primary ambition dashed to pieces or crowed with phenomenal Success. Mcnutt s open candidacy for the White House started in january 1938 when the democratic state committee elected the Burly me Hale As National committeeman. The democratic 1938 state convener Onti mull i i nge two i Joe Luib draws Down 3114,332 neutrality snarl holds spot Light House was in session until Midnight without reaching a dec Ision l. E. York of Indianapolis superintendent of the anti Saloon league told the Northwest Indiana methodist Church conference in session at Battle ground thursday a a Call will be is mod soon for �1 conference of All forces and individuals in september at which time ways and Means will be devised for a Campaign for a local option York said. A Verm Ulon county has the greatest number of saloons per population of any county in the stat a one Saloon fur every 34 5 people. This same county has the great est percentage of its Citi zit receive Washington june 30 using Public assistance 11150 Cut 0f a rank and file democrats forced the a population of 23,238, or 48 per vote May com e today Alp artes May be exempted in final c Hange of question of neutrality legislation cent of the population. John Kimiji died Frida w is Well known citizen of City. Underwent operation rec entry John King. 619 East Anderson Street Well known citizen of Greencastle and a life Ion resident of Putnam county died Friday afternoon at the Putnam county Hospital. He underwent a major operation last week for Relief from an ailment from which he had been suffering for several year or King spent much of his lifetime in Washington township where he operated a farm. Several years ago he purchased the East Anderson House today to continue consideration of the administration s neutrality Bill for the fourth consecutive Day so that they might attempt to write into it a provision that would prevent a another Lusitania their Effort appeared to Lack sufficient support to succeed but it served to delay the administrations drive to pass the Bill last night. Leaders gave up just before Midnight after More than 12 hours of oratory on foreign policy during which the House in effect voted temporarily to exempt air planes from embargoes. The House met at 11 a. M. Today but. Must consider several conference j reports on legislation facing the fiscal year end deadline at Midnight before resuming debate on neutrality. When the House adjourned at 11 40 p. A. Last night it appeared the Bill would go to the Senate substantially As proposed by the democrats on the foreign affairs committee. Its main purpose is to repeal the arms pm beverage Board Powers a upper Indianapolis. June 30 the Indiana supreme court reversed a joint decision by Marion county Superior court judges that the Indiana alcoholic beverages commission can refuse on a economic grounds a to Grant a Beer License. Omer Klipsch of Petersburg refused a wholesale License had appealed from the com Mission s decision to the Superior court judges. When they upheld the commission he carried his Case to the supreme court. The commission refused Klopsch a License because one wholesaler already was operating in the Petersburg area. Commission members said there was insufficient business for another. Klipsch Conten led he had met commission requirements As to financial m i moral responsibility and that the commission had no authority to deny him a License if he wished to assume the business risk. W. Millman will Case is compromised sister is Given Twenty per c ent of estate in settlement documents Are probated dispute Over age Man s estate s titled and executors give $40,000 Bond. Grand jury Waits return 0edr. Smith investigators find thousands of dollars of state funds Are missing Street Home and removed with his Bargo in existing Law. Family to this City where he had resided since. Recently he had been however one amendment runs directly counter to the philosophy of a lost in wheat Market loss May run close to $ 1.090.0 h. Mansion entered by court order of investigators employed at the Indiana state farm free hand for the president without where he was a trusted officer. Embargoes by providing in embargo he is survived by the widow two confined strictly to a arms and Ani sons John Vav. King and Myron King and three daughters mrs. Rex Thorl sponsored by rep. John m. Vorvis. I Louisiana state University until he Baton Rouge. La., june 30 up investigators searching the deserted mansion of the fugitive i James Monroe Smith president of ton mrs. James Loveless and Helen King. Miss r., o. A vote of 159 to 157. Democratic leaders expected to dislodge it with Jack Dempsey ill a Roll Call vote today. New York. June 30 up Jack the practical effect of the Vorys Dempsey Lay gravely ill in polyclinic is to release air planes a Hospital today Anil from All Over the from the embargo of existing Law. Nation came anxious Calls inquiring they come under the head of a mini about one of the most popular boxers pm Emonts of of a time. One other Republican amendment the former heavyweight Champion. Now a prosperous business Man. Was operated on for a gangrenous appendix last night and Early today j exists a peritonitis set in. It was sponsored by rep. Bruce bar it won tentative approval by j resigned and fled sunday night. Found today a striped convicts uniform that he had worn at a masquerade party recently. They found a scene of wild confusion Over which he and mrs. Smith had scattered clothing and household goods in their hurried departure a few hours before the then gov. Richard w. Leche announced there was a shortage of a several Hundred thousand dollars in school funds. Was accepted. It provided that Congress by concurrent Resolution might declare when a state of War Between two foreign nations. Hatch Bill reported Washington. June 30. Up the House judiciary committee today reported favourably the controversial ton a. N. Y. The Effort to write an a anti Lusitania provision into the Bill came in the form of amendments to prohibit the travel of american citizens in Bill by sen. Carl a Hatch a. N a. Time of foreign War on any Ameri forbidding Federal administrative employees to participate in National to i Lotical campaigns. Free corps in Dan air confirmed can or other munition. Neutral ship carrying Mothka of 1.04 Ai. Man died at in Alt agon till is. Chess of Windsor has rheumatism jux , France. June i0 i a Chiba of Windsor to report -1 be suffering slightly from Natisin and visited the Baths to Jyh it funeral to be hei.1j saturday morning Noral services for Bily Leo Ekht. 10-year of l son of or and a Charles p. Wright of Reelsville died wednesday will be held p a a More Long at 10 o clock from i family residence. Interment i l 1 b in cottage h u cemetery. Boy is survived by the parents go Brothers. Robert and jos30 a a a also a half brother we half slaters. Goo. Richard it 1 Uon and mrs. Nellie Wal. 1 Brazil and mrs. Leatha Lek. Of Detroit increase of shown Over same a Kitoi East year Indianapolis. June 30. State income tax collections during the second Quarter of 1939 were approximately $265,000 greater than the collections during the same period last year Clarence a. Jackson director of the Gross income tax division announced today As the tax division s books were closed preparatory to receiving tax payments due july 1 to july 15. A Gross income tax payments from april 1 this year to Date totalled $4.052,229.92 and in the second Quarter of last year $3,787.582.23,�?� or. Jackson said a indicating the continuation of Tho upward trend in Indiana Busi Nasr. Conditions All Tho a owing More than $10 in tax on incomes received during april May and june must file returns before july 15. All taxpayers Are granted a $250 exemption per Quarter. Qualified retail merchants however Are entitled to an exemption of $750 per Quarter upon receipts from Selling at retail As define in the amended Gross income tax act. This exemption is not in addition to the regular exemption. Of filial Ommi Mai k iss i d by Poland refutes state me its of nazis mrs. Of i. Hess Mother of Charles Hess of Greencastle died thursday morning at her Home at Paragon. She had been in 111 health for about nine years. Funeral services will be conducted from the Home at 2 of clock 1 saturday afternoon. Burial will be Warsaw june .�?T�0 up Poland in a Quot Para on cemetery asserted officially today in face of nazi denials that Danzig was Orga-1 sizing a a free corps a and news i 1 papers said that anti aircraft guns had been mounted in the territory 1 head re elected boy Stoiu chief new York. June�0 official revise i figures on wednesday night s heavyweight championship fight revealed today that Joe Louis will re a civic $114.332 for Hia successful defense of the title and Galento $00,020.60 As the beaten challenger. The Gross receipts including movie a did radio rights were $333,302.68 and the net receipts $289.232.17. Federal taxes took $28.022.44 and state taxes $17.648.07. kites to be conducted saturday within the last Lew Days. A government communique on the Danzig situation caused some Surprise in diplomatic quarters because of its firmness. Issued in the Early hours of this morning it said that organization of a free corps Quot units Quot has been established beyond doubt and can easily to observed notwithstanding nazi denial both in Danzig and Germany it had been denied that a free corps was being formed according to reports with the Aid of German nazis. Until today a communique there had been Only unofficial reports of the a in in nue two new York. June 30-Walter w. Head of St. Louis president of the National Council of boy scouts of America since 1926, was re elected today. Harlow rites held Short funeral services for mrs. Lillian g. Harlow Mother of miss Virginia Harlow of the Depauw faculty who died wednesday were held Friday afternoon at one of clock from the Rector funeral Home. The Rev. V. L. Raphel was in charge assisted by or. Henry Ostrum. Following the services the body was sent by train to Auburn n. Y. For burial. Funeral services for Oscar Allen Shepard former Roachdale banker and business Man who died thursday will be held saturday morning at 11 o clock from the Roachdale presbyterian Church in charge of the Rev. Quigley. Interment will be made in the Roachdale cemetery. The casket will be open at the Church one hour preceding services. Softbai.1. Meeting tonight a meeting of the soft Ball association will be held this evening at the City Hall at 7 1 0 of clock. All prospective players and sponsors Are urged to be present. Contracts will be Given out at Pic meeting. 20 years Ajio in greenca8tlf. American Mission bombed tientsin. June 30 up japanese planes bombed and set fire to the american Mission Union High school at Soochow dispatches said fire damaged the Home of Charles today As the British gunboat grass herring or East Hanna Street. 1 Hopper landed 36 Blu jackets at the the Baptist missionary society blockaded port to protect British met with mrs. Charles Ewan. 1 property. John Haspel was sick. A or. And mrs. Paul Wright and son. Suffers heart attack Paul. Jr., drove to Rockville. The East Baton Rouge Parish grand jury delving into the financial chaos the missing academician left behind was ready to recess today after establishing these findings he had lost $430,000 in the wheat Market in the few weeks prior to his flight. He had borrowed $500 000 from three Banks in his position As University president signing notes by that title. He had used or attempted to use $591.000 in University Bonds. He had done something with $50.000 in Orleans Parish levee Bonds. The investigators got into the mansion with a court order. The grand jury had done about All it could until or. Smith has been captured. Rewards totalling $2.750 have spurred a widespread search for him and mrs. Smith. It entered today along the Canadian Border and Northern seaports. Tho Smiths have passports. The will and codicil of the late Wade Mill in were admitted to probate in the Putnam circuit court late thursday afternoon and Eugene Huber and his sister mrs. Cletis Huber Stewart grand Nephew and grand Niece of or. Millman. Were appointed executors of the will they having been named for that responsibility by or. Millman their Bond As executors was fixed at $40.000 and was furnished. The prorating of the will disposes it is presumed of any further Effort to change the disposition of the property in a manner other than that set out by or. Millman. He lift All of his property to his grand Nephew and two grand nieces who Are grandchildren of his sister. Mrs. Tamar Luber. Who filed suit to have the will set aside. The prorating of the will and its codicil and the appointment of executors automatically closes the connection of Wilbur s. Donner with the estate. As special administrator As soon As he can turn Over the estate to the executors. Judge Sutherlin made the following entry on the court Ducket in regard to the disposition of the complaint of Tamar Huber a the defendants each file answer in general denial to the plaintiffs complaint and the plaintiff and defendants file a written agreement Between plaintiff and defendants to Compromise and Settle the issues and All the issues thus raised and the agreement filed the cause is submitted for trial a the court finds for the defendants that the instrument in writing purporting to be the last will and testament and tile codicil thereto of Wado Millman deceased should be admitted to probate it is further ordered that the distribution of the estate should be made according to the the agreement which is made a part of the courts order makes the following provisions that All debts arc to be paid and that Eugene Hub r and Fihn j. Gam bold Are to receive their respective bequests of $150 and $100 that the remainder of the estate shall be divided on the basis of 80 per cent to Eugene Huber Madeline Huber and cletis Huber Stewart and that the remaining 20 per cent shall be paid to Tamar Huber. All Are bound by the agreement not to file any further claims against the estate excepting for services rendered. Bernard , rites held at Indianapolis question student about murders catch Iii As he Iii uhes ride on Hollywood Boulevard Elmer Blue purchased the John Young lot on Poplar Street on which to build a Home. William Stuckey built a dancing Pavilion a on eel River near and installed a player piano. Or. And mrs. Joe p. Allen and cd Illren. Miss Cornelia and Percival. Spent sunday at Turkey run. Leavenworth. Kas., june 30 up t. J. Pendergast fallen Kansas City political Boss suffered a heart attack today and was taken to the Federal prison Hospital in a serious condition. It was the second attack that Pendergast had suffered since he began serving his term Here a month ago. Los Angeles. June 30 up. Campbell Mcdonald 26-year-old spiritualism student was questioned today about the murders of his Mother formerly a popular stage and screen actress and Anya Soso Yeva. Pretty russian dancing student at los Angeles City College. Police said that Mcdonald arrested late last night Asho was attempting to catch a ride on Hollywood Boulevard admitted bludgeoning his 56-year-old Mother mrs. Margaret Campbell to death with a carpenters Hammer but denied any knowledge of the slaying of miss Soso Yeva. There was some similarity Between the murders and police had believed. That they might have been committed i by the same person. Mcdonald who was an almost constant companion of his Mother said he killed mrs. Campbell because a she was going to Send me to an he was booked tentatively on a charge of suspicion of murder. Authorities said a formal murder complaint probably would be issued later in the Day. Funeral services for Bernard Hill a former resident of Greencastle. Were held tuesday at the Walds funeral Home in Indianapolis with burial in Washington Park cemetery. While a resident of this City. Or. Hill was employed by the big four Railroad. For the past several years he had been employed Indianapolis by the Griffin manufacturing company. The widow mrs. Florence Hill and his Mother survive. Tax Bill signed Washington. June 30 up a the White House disclosed today that president Roosevelt yesterday signed the 1940 tax Bill terminating the Levy on undistributed corporate or pics and granting other tax concessions asked by business groups. 0 0> 0> 0� 0> 0� 0 0 0$ 0> 0 a today a weather a 01 and 0 a local temperature a 0 0 0> 0> 0� 0 a 0 0$ 0 0j fair tonight and saturday slightly cooler in East and South portions tonight warmer saturday. Minimum. 68 6 a. M. To 7 am i $ i. A. 79 9 a. M. 79 10 a m. 80 11 a in. 80 is Book. 82 1 p. M. Is 2 p. M. .82
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