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Greencastle Daily Banner (Newspaper) - March 1, 1939, Greencastle, IndianaA a a 0 the weather fair and warmer. 0 clue forty seven the daily Banner a it Waves for ally 0� o United Tress service . The Home news �5 $ j my is i grunted to a. H. Colliins i med to erect building n a or North of Christen Church manse la it a two appointments la run r i Handy and i a or new members of the Lark Board Hie much discussed question of Long a permit to Ernest Collins i the erection of a building on the i North of the Christian Church a so in or in eastly was closed by t it i april last evening when i j.,.,. Voted without dissent tothe a a a a sent asked by or. Col it was reported by the special Linfitt a named by mayor w. D. Is of which councilman a Neal chairman that the committee met with Charles Mcgaughey resenting the churches interests. Commit t o reported the deed for lot win h was Given or. Collins the preceding owner a Daugh of the l it or. Levi Marshall. Or pastor contained a provision it. U Ture erected on the lot la o t less than 34 feet Back a t line which would place in t i k As the Church manse. J South of the Collins a porch might be built 10 feet Man curb line but nothing i act the Al Libi. I the in Aryl a. A. M Itice reported the Church pre ugly been approached with Lri to sell the lot to them and the Jronh had it declined to make the Harc that the lot had been Post a for Saifi amp to least a month before tas sold to or. Collins october last year. In Collins had informed the com Kee that the building to proposes Ric it will be practically fireproof opening the meeting of the til. Mayor James called the to order with several raps ii what he termed a a Mallet sch. He explained had been Given by his wife who had received it her father. It was used the tor said by his father in Law in the latter was mayor of Green Ile. Used by him also when the. St m laying exercises for the Putnam court House were held v than 30 years ago and used by ii also when he was speaker of the Iii. In the state legislature. Now i has in come the official a a Mallet in a the Greencastle City a Niin Patron. 9 a Scott who was present in a son asked the Council for a pert Quot wreck the time crowned Struc at tie Monon crossing of North Ksor. Street which has been Jan though the decades As the Pon m Tau rant for the purpose of on it a much sight lick build to Quot i ised As a restaurant and. Ably in said for a filling station. To permit was granted and con Milmon intimated they were ii Inkul to or. Scott for pro ing to take away the old Struc a or it Rightsell representing Lillian 8 was granted a permit to up it part of the Width of the a ilk in front of the Ector build on tin East Side of the court narc with a Fence while rent the front of the building Are prot s. The building was re Tiv imaged by fire. Lat arising in connection with North Wood cesspool were discus the Council Touni Ilman Neal who is a member the City Park Hoard asked the in 1 inaction of the appointment my Ilc Nard Handy and Raymond members of the Park Board. F Quot Ling two former members who the Council made the apr Mont. The presence of these b Quot Umbers on the Board establish Silanoe politically. A Ike Castle Indiana Quot wednesday March 1, 193. President expected Mupi or to settee labor disputes i a unt Keinge in agrees on no. Lufi Washington March 1 up. A president Roosevelt is expected to make the next move in new peace negotiations Between the american federation of labor and the Congress of Industrial organizations. Negotiations in an Effort to Settle the three year old fight were renewed after Cio president John l. Lewis names a three Man negotiating committee including himself. Al president William Green named his committee saturday shortly after or. Roosevelt had ask 1 that the two factions Aguin attempt to Settle their differences. Cardinals attend solemn mass today began formal com i. We to elect 262ni Pope to succeed Pii s i Vatican City. March 1. Up the cardinals of the roman Catholic Church attended a solemn mass of the holy ghost in the Paulin Chapel today and this afternoon began a formal conclave to elect a 262nd Pope to succeed Pius i who died f it Briary 10. Two balloting sessions will he held each Day morning an i afternoon. It was forecast that the new Pope probably an italian and an ecclesiastic minded father rather than a political minded Man. Would be elected a Friday night or saturday Aid crowned ceremonially sunday. March 12. All 62 cardinals Wero expected to be present when the conclave opens in the Triangle of the Vatican bounded by the courtyards of St. Damasus marshal and holy office. They will remain there behind sealed doors and whitewashed windows. With 200-Odd aides until they have elected a new Pope. Fillmore looms As court i real c cardinals come to county tourney with record of 12 w. H display new plates r a.1-y a ill of Putnam county a au-1 uld trucks kid Ltd their r License plates the rather ram fit colors of the now plates show i up vividly against the myriad fes of the newer cars that Are be driven this year. There was a May Rush to get the plates on f10 cars whose owners had delay i there is one instance of the Man r Vas pushed out by his wife into my Lyl and darkness of last night put it on their new plates in order to up out of jail today and. It no under Adverse conditions he a one of them inverted a fact not f Vered until this morning. Their p sprinkling of 1938 plates yet in owe ver on possibly one car in Pozen. Liquor bile o v liquor Law Reform Bill sent to Townsend first major piece storm \ night meet new measure expected to eliminate politics from Indiana liquor set up boasting 12 wins in 17 starts this season the Fillmore cardinals today loomed As a threat in the annual Putnam county sectional basketball tournament to be played on the Greencastle floor this week end. The cardinals this season have amassed a total of 618 Points to 440 for their opponents in 17 games. What the boys have lacked in height they have made up in ability to handle themselves on the Hardwood. Raymond King is rounding out his third year As Mentor of the Cardinal club. His first years team won nine in 16 starts and last year the team More broke even in scheduled games. Coach King asserted today that the Fillmore cagers Are just recovering from a wave of flu. But added they should be at their Best by game time thursday night when they take the floor against the Greencastle Tiger cubs to open the tournament. Jim Miller Center and the Only six footer on the squad leads the cardinals in scoring this season with approximately 200 Points. He is closely trailed by Bob Cash Junior j guard. Robert Owens Forward is the next High scorer. Malcom Wade Forward anti Vernie Zennor. Guard round out the in t five. Wade. Mil it Ltd a Nunu it to a ii i a four walks backwards after losing Job psychiatrists conch John , 35, has raid disease Denver. Col March 1 up psychiatrists worked today on John Bolinger 35, who lost Job washing dishes and immediately started walking backward. Police received a series of frantic Calls about a Inan propelling himself backward through the streets. Chey found Bollinger slowly and studiously navigating Stern Foremost. They stopped him and turned him Aroun 1. He walked away from them backward. The Experiment was repeated several times with the same result. So they took him to Denver general Hospital. Physicians there concluded immediately that he had a rare disease which manifests itself in a maladjustment of the inner car. Giving sufferers an uncontrollable urge to walk Indianapolis. March 1.�?the Indiana Senate accepted a conference committee recommendation without a word of debate last night and sent the Compromise Lii for Law Reform Bill to governor Townsend. The action was in Sharp contrast to previous tempestuous scenes the measure had created. The measure which would abolish the Beer importer system and fix a Midnight closing hour for taverns in expected to reach the governor some time today. W is the first piece of major legislation to be enacted by this general Assembly the Senate action was As quiet As the House consideration was tumultuous tuesday afternoon. The House accepted the conference committee report after the Republican majority blocked democratic attempts to delay consideration of the rewritten measure. Senators Fred Eichhorn Democrat. Gary and Walter r. Arnold Democrat. South Bend. So mate conference committee members brought in the report near the end of last night s session. Arnold explained the minor changes that had been made in conference. The report was accepted promptly by voice vote. The report made for the most part clarifying changes in the Bill which the Senate completely rewrote and passed under suspension of rules saturday. As it now stands the Bill would abolish the Beer importer. Remove the limitation on the number of Beer wholesalers and restrictions on the territory in which they May sell prevent them from Selling to each other Anil Grant rejected applicants the right of Appeal to the five Marion county Superior judges if the applications have been denied by the alcoholic beverage commission for a a Caprice or political reas son. Increase the gallon tax on Beer from 3 1 3c to 4c, thus raising an estimated additional Revenue of $200 000 annually. 0 provide for uniform Midnight closing of taverns except for 1 a. M. Closing on sunday morning and new year s Day. Fix a fifteen Day limit far credit transactions Between liquor wholesaler and retailer. Compel publication of necessary advertising in both democratic and Republican newspapers where one of each exists in any county. Fire department answers two Calls a Coupe driven by an employee of Walter Campbell was damaged by fire on North Jackson Street tuesday afternoon the Blaze being under the Hood and starting possibly from a wiring or from leaking gasoline. The City fire department extinguished it with chemicals. At the Home of Gordon Prevo 405 East Wail nut Street a Small fire inside the Otise caused the summoning of the fire department. The Blaze was extinguished by water thrown on it by Viand. Japan was subject of Chapel talk Kate Jiff a also addressed social science classes tuesday Atli Germany a aviation services Fabien Sevitsky spoke at meeting music and oni of its most interesting exponents presented to a. A. U. W. Music and one of its most interesting exponents were presented in an outstanding manner last evening when fibian Sevitsky. Conductor of the Indianapolis symphony orchestra. Spoke to the Greencastle Branch of the american association of University women and their guests senior women of do Pauw University at the annual guest meeting held at Rector Hall More thin three fourths of the women in the senior Olafs accepted the invitation of a. A. U. W. To hear or. Sevitsky. Achieving a delightful balance Between the personal an i the professional. And speaking in a pleasing foreign Flavoured diction. Or. Sevitsky discussed numerous aspects of his work with the Indianapolis symphony orchestra Many of them m answer to questions put to him by his listeners. One of his most sincerely expressed Points was the value which College Young people and particularly Cotlige women should place upon the advantages they enjoy in a democracy and his plea that they preserve and carry to the world the culture which is available to them. Speaking in Deta 1 of his Indianapolis symphony orchestra or. Sevitzky commented upon the youth of the members a their average age is 27his experience in accepting the invitation to Becane conduction i 1936, his a Choice players the great i v increased budget a from $7000 to $133,000. And the orchestra s Rise to a place among the major symphony orchestras of tin country. Further evidence of the organizations acceptance in the music world is the invitation to play at the new York worlds fair and or. So Vitsky spi in for a six weeks series of open air concerts this summer if suitable spoke ties. On England say cd com plot e Victory far it spun Impo Nible but a Hatm to lose some i Aitu of Ouri rapidly expanding commercial services in South America made evident Washington. March 1 up1 american authorities Are watching closely the possible implications of Germany s rapidly expanding commercial aviation services in South America it was made evident today. German lines Are surveying several new routes in South America. Military potentialities of German aircraft facilities in latin America were emphasized in a recent report to the Senate military affairs committee by g. Grant Mason or. Member of the civil aeronautics authority. No responsible officials regard such developments As any immediate threat to Security of Western hemisphere and u. S. Defences. However it w is understood that the possibility that commercial facilities could be used in military operations Aga not the can3l zone or other Arras has not been ignored in the general program of improving and extending american defences to the southward. Circuit court notes Hettie Fuqua was granted an absolute divorce from Maynard Fuqua in the Putnam circuit court. Tuesday afternoon on the grounds of cruel and inhuman treatment. Entry Keller was arraigned in court on a fraudulent Check charge backward Quot they made various Testa j dating Back some time. He pleaded and Analysed a Sample of his spinal not guilty and was released on a fluid end found him physically $500 Bond for his appearance in court healthy. I March 8. Osaka munition a Nuiji explodes fires spread prom area and troops called to Aid firemen Tokyo March 1.�? up a Gigantic munitions dump exploded today at Osaka the great Industrial Center of Japan. Casualties were unknown but Wen believed to be Large. Files spread from the explosion an a ind troops were called out to Aid firemen. A police were unable to suggest a la Flo for the explosion or to Start investigation. The explosion disrupted Street Cir Ines and blew Down Telephone wires. At once it was apparent that the situation might prove to be most serious. The nit y e Osaka fire brigade was sent to the dump and troops Weic pent to their assistance. Relief workers were mobilized within a Short time. A a Broad stalemate is possible in the sino japanese War since it is impossible for Japan to gain a compute Victory and equally impossible for China to resist some said s. K. Ratcliffe. Guy Morrison Walker lecturer at Depauw University Chapel wednesday in an address. A what next in the Orient a he added that this will give Opportunity for the civilizing Mission of great Britain and the United states to rebuild the Orient a the whole balance Between the East and West will be altered and the results Are of course Japan would like to expel All Western influence dominate Asia completely and Call the result sino Jap cooperation explained or Ratcliffe. A Tho japanese government says it is not fighting the chinese people but Only Chiang Kai Shek and communism a said the speaker. A or Ratcliffe presented a graphic picture of the misery of Tho homeless chinese millions and of the a struck Len of chinese cities. He told his audience that a the Western world is redeeming itself in the eyes of the Orient by the unselfish Relief of refugee suffering on a Large and even though the International settlement of Shanghai is crowded there is less disease and Rowdy ism than one would expect he added a the conflict has entered its third phase with Chiang Kai Shek building up Western China industrially and training new soldiers for regular military action a said or Ratcliffe Japan still Calls the greatest Continental invasion history an she expected Little resistance from the chinese who instead were unified and inspired to patriotism by the ruthless japanese army. In outlining the westernization and modernization of Japan. Or Ratcliffe made a Point of the skillful timing of that country a colonial enterprises under a militaristic government. A however she has not taken advantage of her colonies As the japanese do not emigrate in Large numbers As the chinese do a he stat 20 Viires agn in Greencastle Depauw Defeated notre Dame 41 to 20 in basketball. In the election by the Christian Church sunday school among those chosen were mrs. Cora of Brien. Mrs. Henry Bicknell mrs. E. R. Bartley Gerald Handy Charles Mcgaughey. Miss Jane Farmer mrs. Fay Hamilton. Mrs. Elmer Stratton. Lieut. Elmer Wells was Here visiting his parents. Or. And mrs. Jesse Wells. He had been at Camp Bur eau Gard la but Hail been discharged from the service. Or. Anil mrs. W. O. Timmons went to a Indianapolis to attend the concert by Alma Gluck at the Murat. Donald Maxwell a now managing editor of the Chicago Tribune walked with a Cane the result of a fall in a local newspaper office in which to worked. The present government of England is n coalition Cabinet a nationalist party led by uie conservatives a said s. K Ratcliffe. English journalist at a social science class meeting in m Hirry Hall tuesday afternoon Quot England is conservative at the present time because Tho old class system has broken Down and the workers in the new lighter industries form a new bourgeoisie. They have educational opportunities social activities and savings they Are not a Good Field for Trade unionism or class Organiza or Ratcliffe added that Tho present labor party is without powerful leadership and suffers from internal friction which places it at a disadvantage. At the same time it c ont Lnu for a two i or i a a agrees in Spencer. reported members were divided 5 for conviction and 7 against Wabash students o to study marriage Cira word Stu Jle. Ind. March 1. A a up a four Hundred and fifty Brawny he men of Wabash College today were preparing for instruction in the simpler things of life. In compliance with students requests for courses on marriage. Prof. Stanley Baker was planning a general study of the grand old institution. To indicated that Matrimony would considered from every possible Point of View citing particularly the sociological biological and religious angles a. Fordice passed away wed. Morning weather writer wrong in Story Lamb like appearance of Earia tuesday changed with dust storm Tho weather Story writer yesterday morning enthused by the bal miness of the atmosphere at that time wrote a Story referring to the Lamb like appearance of the Rolny. Having reference to Tho indications at that Lime that the succeeding Day. The first of March would come in like a prominent Russell township Farmer had been ill Foft three years funeral a later my. For dire wan candidate for joint representative two years ago Lamb. However As the Day advanced the to it a Ter of Green towns p two sons Morton w. Fordice age 74 years prominent Russell township Farmer died wednesday morning at .5 30 of clock at his Home Southwest of Russellville. He had been in ill to ill a a for the pm three years. Or. Ford be was born in Putnam county May 26. 1864, the son of Asa o. And Mary Chambers Fordice. On december 14. 1893. He was United in marriage to Ella g. Of Wlliams. Who his been Active politically and was a Candalatr two years ago for election on the Republican ticket for joint representative from Putnam and Owen counties. Or for 1 be was a graduate of in 1 Ana University in the class 1896 11 h a on u life Long resident of Russell township survivors Are the w two a laugh ers. Is. Mary Noecker of Saginaw. Mich and mrs Marjorie Lamb like appearance changed to lion like and an Effort was made to remodel the Iamb in the Story to a Ion with poor Success. The Day yesterday came to an end with indications that the of Nin. Lay of March would be far from mild quite indicative in fact that the new month would come in like a lion and. Hence according to tradition would necessarily go out like a Lamb the lion who came in with the change of the weather yesterday along about noon was heavily�coat.-1 with dust and along with0 Tho dust a it a his coat was a thick Deposit also on automobiles on windows facing the West and on everything in fact which was expose 1 to the wind blowing from that direction. The dust May have come from nearby Illinois or it May have been picked up by the wind in More Distant St Atea in tin West or sout Hwe it there was not quite so much As has been deposited on Putnam county in some preceding dust storms but there was quite enough doubtless Farmers Hack in the a 9rea from which it came would like to have it Remine i to them As it was a part of the Loam covering their farms judging by its appearance As viewed in Putnam county an i Green cast be. Renominated a a vol in Chicago Oto had greater popular Yoti than combined total of three others Chicago. March 1 up m Yor Edward , head of a democratic organization which has held political control of Chicago since 1931, won Renoni nation in tuesday s primary with a greater in Putin vote than the combined total of one democratic and two Republican opponents. Almost Complete returns shewed today. Dwight h. Green 12-year-old former u. S. Attorney who aide i in prosecuting gang Leader a1 it scar Ficeti Capone for income tax evasion re Ion Phi Ltd lie of near Rush Ellvine and Dan Al k of Memphis. To in. One , mrs. Alice Ashby of Bloom Egton and nine grandchildren. Two infant sons and one Gand it laughter have preceded him in do a ath. Fun ral a arguments will to announced later. Sav German air Force i nhe table Goring told nation this was deciding Factor in Munich conference Berlin. Mir do 1 up Field marshal Hermann Goering told Tho nation today that its air Force was unbeatable. He said the German air Force was the decl no Factor in the Munich conference when Germany caused great Britain and France to agree to the dismemberment of Czechoslovakia. He promised that it would be made even More powerful because of Tho world arms race. The occasion was the official fourth birthday of the new German air Force. Goering. Minister of aviation commander in chief of the air forces dictator of the four year plan for economic self sufficiency and right hand Man of Adolph Hitler it lamas cd the nation by radio. A let us not deceive he Sal d Quot the pot Tica 1 situation is disordered. Moreover the armament fever has gripped Nio t countries of the world. Thus further expansion of the get Man air Force is no Messiry. Quot the German air Force is the most Modem and most efficient in the world. Quot the German air Force is the terror of our opponents and it will remain then a Cert no that at Munich respect for the nazi i r Force brought the agreement t it dismember Czechoslovakia. Goering said Quot it was a caution to All who were eager to attack i Many. 1 am proud that the air Force Piyu a this role. T i in the invincibility of Tho German air Goering appealed to youth to be won the Republican nomination and come air min i d and to Volunteer for the right to oppose Kelly in the april air service 4 general election. 0 the jury in the suit of the state against John Spencer formerly of Jackson township on a statutory charge which retired at 3 of clock tuesday afternoon to consider the evidence Given in the trial reported at 11 30 tuesday night to judge court land c. Gill n that they were unable to agree on a verdict. The court discharged the jury members from further service in the Case. It was reported the members of the jury were divided 5 for conviction and 7 for non conviction. The Law under which the charge against Spencer was brought is limited in its provisions and it appeared the state could not show positively that All of those conditions were met in the alleged crime. As the matter now stands Spencer is yet charged with the alleged crime and the procedure May be that a new trial will be ordered or that he will be released on the Assumption that a new trial would not result in a conviction. Kelly rolled up an almost two to it one margin Over states attorney Thomas j Courtney in the do mock i to race. Green beat William a o a big bad Thompson thrice mayor of Chicago by almost four to one. Bitter contests Iff both parties i ought out the heaviest mayoral. Powers of the courts primary vote i Chicago history. Election Board officials estimated the total vote would Reachi 1.134.000, almost double the record of 658,25l�in the 1935 primary. Kelly set i record in that year with 481.572 votes. Support inn litigation Ini it Cainap it ii u m ii ii in a i a the hons with i ii a St unanimous democratic support today approved a sweeping investigation of every Branch of Indiana s government. By a Republican Domann cd committee endowed with inquisitorial 0 0 Indian atoms i in Koto k today a weather and 0 local temperature 0 0 0 a a 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 fair tonight and thursday except Cloudy in extreme South portion thursday Somi what colder in Northeast portion tonight slowly rising hog receipts 3,000. Holdover 76. Market steady to 15 cents higher temperature thursday 160-250 lbs. $8.10-$8.30 250-300 lbs. S7.75-s8.05 300-400 lbs. $7.45-$7$5 100-160 lbs. $6.7r>-$7.40. Sows 10 to 15 cents higher mostly $6.75-17.40. Cattle 80c, calves 500 steers and cows Strong to 25 cents higher heir 1 ers Strong most steers $8.50-$9.50 j Hulk heifers $7.50-$9 25 dealers weak to 50 cents lower top $12. Sheep 1.000 Little done Early on lambs most bids 25 cents lower. Minimum 27 6 a. M. 27 7 a. M. 27 6 a. M. 28 9 a. M. 29 10 a. M. 31 11 a. M. 33 12 noon 33 1 p m. 35 o p m. 35
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