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Greencastle Daily Banner (Newspaper) - March 8, 1939, Greencastle, Indiana1 a Gnu a father ,.� warmer tilt. N Lloid a a Wab Meb of a a a a the daily Banner a it Waves for ally a a United press service of ti1e Home news a a i a a i j me forty seven a ser Bills passed this Indiana wednesday m Attoh 8, 1939 no. 122 county medic Al society to meet thursday evening Strong clubs to come Here Marshall rites to be held thursday morning 0 adjournment reach ire minutes after 4 it. Tuesday conferences failed 1 Public health minded assemble. Longest meeting in history Panapolis ind., March 8.�? the 81st Indiana legislature id into history today with a rec of having enacted fewer import measures Titan any Assembly for years. Tal adjournment was leached a minutes before 4 p. M., yester i about 16 hours after the con a Iona i limit expired at Midnight Bay. Thus the 1939 legislature the longest in history use and Senate conference Corneas failed to reach agreement on major questions during the a closing hours and the assemble without passing upon them were Sion of the Gross income tax a Tail merchants. Repeal of the weight tax on revision of the method of dising gasoline tax funds to give a s counties More Money than now receive. Ler passage of the $83,568,000 Ial budget Bill conference nit tees struggled throughout the tying to reach a Compromise on eight tax and distribution Bills Hen the conferees had not id adjournment late in the Oon the leadership was unable id off sine die adjournment any budget Bill and the liquor remeasured Are generally consid Ito be the most important pieces Lola ton enacted by this ass cab liquor Bill was enacted More week ago. It abolished Beer of entry removed All numerical editorial restrictions on whole a a rce taverns to close an i earlier and increased the tax or from three and one third per gallon to four cents night be said that the 81st was Fol ii health minded legislature number of measures affecting Ali of the citizenry was enacted. most among these was the Fage Law requiring prospective and bridegrooms to undergo tests for syphilis before being lie to receive a marriage License a act does not become effective i March 1. 1940. Other health Bill required that tint women submit to blood 1 for syphilis. Lund of $75,000 was appropriated i used by the state health Board or chasing and distributing Neu diphtheria Small pox and id serum to needy persons the Assembly approved an nay $20.000 appropriation to id in stamping out pneumonia other health measure would pro i for free medical and surgical i and hospitalization for needy is oct 16 Yeara of age. Coun Ould have to pay the Bill How state health boards Power regulating standards of food and cosmetics was increased measure designed to extend the is Power in conformity with the act. Neasure was approved designed p out the use of marijuana. I Day among Tho state s Young Assembly extended the life of to i 1 milk control Board for an two years to june 30, 1941, in its proponents said was a i Niove. Many persons contend Ever that the Board has done to raise tha Standard of milk new traffic code another step Lianas he Oad safety program enacted. These Bills re codify Raffic Laws and attempt to place Highway safety pro Quot Blem on a base. Outlier traffic Bills outlaw Speed traps. I Indiana municipal league won Hattle when the Assembly Apa measure exempting Muni i utilities from property taxes wrists in the future will be Able release their automobile Licens when Jan. 1 and March 1 under ions of another act. Tana youngsters will be Able to firecrackers and other fire for the last time next july of on aug. 1, a Law ban fireworks from use except the supervision of state the regular monthly dinner meeting of the Putnam county medical society will be held thursday evening at 6 30 of clock at the College inn. Or c. J. Clark of Indianapolis will be the guest speaker or. Clark Pine Village to meet Tiger clock from the Rectar funeral a Home. Expected to vote today on cubs in opening tilt i the Rev. William Walters of Coates last rites for mrs. Nora Alici re Niy trim. Marshall wife of Charles Marshall i ii a a v it i play who did monday evening at her i to a j lome on East Walnut Street will be held thursday morning at 10 30 o confident House will pass Mia surf Fine reception Given Dpi string symphony will address the group on Quot treatment of circuit court note Claude query of Greencastle was sentenced to 60 Days at the penal farm and the payment of $1 and costs on charge of Public intoxication in circuit court yesterday. If he a plays out the Fine he will have 81 Days residence on the state farm. He was arrested by City police. Prof. Boston to speak to parents second Ward Pat meeting scheduled for Friday evening at 7 30 of regional Clinton faces wave land Ville and the Fillmore Rebekah Lodge will be in charge. Burial will be in Forest Hill cemetery. Administration s re organization Bill on strict party lines Pine knots were hard to boat when brother of g. Ii. S. Teacher they faced lbs Here a few years ago expect action the dil Laii Miller school Pat has arranged a program of particular Valuo for thoughtful parents. The meeting is scheduled for Friday evening March 11, at 7 30 p. M., so that fathers As Well As mothers May be in attendance. Professor Paul Boston lately returned from the National meeting of school administrators held in Cleveland Ohio will speak upon a trends in american education Quot As reflected in sessions of that organization. It is his intention to bring to his audience High lights from the speeches of educators of National and International renown. A few of the outstanding speakers on the convention program were Jan Masaryk former minister to England from Czechoslovakia Harry Elmer Baines editorial writer Scripps Howard newspapers Hon. Harold Ickes Secretary of the Interior James a. Johnston Warden of Alcatraz. Or. Boston will review some of the implications for education As interpreted by such individuals As those mentioned above. Through the efforts of b. W. Ber Gethon of the Depauw school of music the musical part of the program will be id cd. By miss Betty Hubbard a talented Young violinist and a senior in the music school. Miss Hubbard will have miss Margaret Mccall As her accompanist. Devotions will be Given by Frank Mckeehan. Commissioners Grant franchise Illinois pipe line company May Lay line across county holds the Board of commissioners of Putnam county at their meeting this week granted a franchise to the Illinois pipe line company to Lay a pipe line across certain county roads of North Putnam county the main crossing Clinton Ussell and Franklin townships running not. Far from Roachdale. With the exception of these Crossings of Public highways the line will be Laid across privately bracket of Bisket getters. Greencastle Tiger cubs will attempt to retain their regional basketball title when they line up in the four cornered 1939 regional on the local court saturday. The Greencastle team is one of thu eight regional winners of 1938 still in the running for state Hardwood How ors. The others Are Anderson South Side of fort Wayne Frankfort 1 Delphi and Hammond Rushville and Kendallville. Although Waveland and Pine Village winners of the Crawfordsville and Attica sectionals respectively have never won regional tourneys the participants in the regional in this City Are considered Clin ton the Vermillion county Hope has been Given Only an outside Chance against Waveland in the afternoon round of the tournament. However Long shots do come through when least expected. There will be no let up for the cubs in their game initiating the regional classic Here against the Pine Village Crew. Local fans recall the visit Here a few years ago of the villagers and know they Are As Tough As Pine knots. Pine Village led the Greencastle team by a 13-Point margin with Only three minutes to play. Had it not been for a history making rally in which the cubs tallied 15 Points in less than thre minutes the Pine knots would have had a regional championship. The Brutus boys Leroy and Glen Are the chief guns in the Pine Village attack. The Brothers were Hitti Point getters in the Attica cum. Ment and will be the bombers to Lead the attack against the to Etc cubs. The team is Well balanced and the quintet is As powerful in the defensive line As in the scoring attack. The five expected to Start for Pine Village against Greencastle include l. Brutus and Russell forwards g. Brutus Center Gephart and Benson guards. Waveland a accurate Basket shooting. Which won the hornets the 193l> sectional at Crawfordsville is causing considerable alarm in the local net Circle. The hornets had an average of .321 at the hoop As compared with their tournament opponents .220. Reports from the Waveland Camp Tell that coach Lafollette is print no his charges for the local regional. The hornets Are confident of coming through with Colon against the Clinton wildcats in the second game saturday afternoon and believe they have a 50�50 Chance of taking the night tilt against the Winner of the Greencastle Pine Village tussle. Woodrow Forward and Creve Center were High scorers for the hornets at Crawfordsville. Fuller guard also was Iri the upper Dies in Seymou r Hospital miss Leona Keston r. Girls physical education director of Greencastle High school w As called to her Home in today by the death of her brother Elmer Kestner. The Brownstown Young Man succumbed in Shields Hospital in Seymour Early today a Short time ago he submitted toa Eri Gnu Oplt i at Ion. Majority leaders indicated substitute completely unsatisfactory Charles amsley expired tuesday was resident of count v several years and has relatives Here Charles o. Via Mosley 72 years old. A native of Indian Polis but a resident of Putnam county some years Ana related to Putnam county residents. Died at the Home of a Sou. Chirles Wamsley at Oaklandon. This state a tuesday. It was his birthday anniversary. Or. Wamsley came to Putnam county to live on a farm after the world War but recently lie had been living with his son. Or. W amsley was a member of Tho Cloverdale masonic i Odge and the i. O. O. F. Fu�era1 services will a held at 1 30 of clock tomorrow after noon in Oaklandon and burial will be in Crown Hill cemetery. A survivors Are another son Allen e. Wamsley of India Polis two Brothers Frank Wamsley of Indiana Washington. March 8. Up the House was expected to vote today on the administration s new government reorganization Bill. Democratic leaders were confident tint the measure would pass. The vote apparently Wall be on relatively strict party lines. Republican opposition was concentrated in an attempt to substitute for the administration measure a Bill introduced in the Senate monday by sen Harry i. Byrd d., a. Rep. Everett m. Dirksen r 111., was expected to introduce a companion Bill to the Byrd proposal in the House today. Majority leaders indicated that the Byrd substitute was completely unsatisfactory to them and described it As a a a spite pleasure intended to Embarrass the administration. Rep. John Taber. R., n. A. A Leader of the fight against the administration Hill said that a an amendment will be offered to give the House an Opportunity to vote on whether it will substitute the Byrd Byrds measure would Call for affirmative congressional action within 20 Days on any reorganization plan submitted by the president. The Bill under consideration in the House would require both houses to reject the executive program in its entirety within. 60 Days to prevent its taking effect. Byrd also would eliminate a provision giving the president six administrative assistants. The eight hour limit set for debate on the measure ended yesterday Ami and other the Fine recept on accorded the Depauw string symphony in its first concert Tuschy night in Meharry Hall assures this newly organized ensemble continued iat Ferest in its further development. Herman Berg is the director. While there were no great peaks of interest in the music played neither was there mediocrity. The program itself did not lend itself to contrast. However the numbers were interesting and the performance indicated that Many o the numerous difficulties the beset a string ensemb1? a a Well on their Way to being overcome. Edward Shadbolt. Accompanied by the symphony. Played the Bach concerto in f minor in a Way that bears out the statement that we Hile such music seems com Pari timely simple Only the finest can play it. A Polis and Willard Wamsley of up Nam county a sister. Mrs Blanchet Byrd substitute Scroggins of Greencastle. And three amendments can be disposed of and grandchildren. Ministration strategists hoped final action before tonight. For a Tex Tion in n pm ploy de Indiana War veterans unemployed Indiana War veterans interested in enrolling or re enrol in j in the civilian conservation corps Are urged to make application As soon As possible and not later than april 10. 1939. Enrolment will he held on two Days on about april 7th and 19th, definite dates have not bar i determined yet. Application Blanks and instructions will be promptly furnished Only to interested veterans upon written request to or. John h. Ale manager veterans administration. W Riverside drive Jarl 26th Street Indianapolis. Indiana by letter or postal Emma Mcferran expired tuesday had been in failing health for yers and seriously for three months owned property casements for the right of Way having been secured. This line will carry Petroleum and coach Glynn Downey is devoting this week s practice sessions to ironing out any weaknesses that cropped its products. The work of construe out in the sectional tourney Ami Tion Lias been started. Grooming his charges for the opening there Are now at least three other combat with Pine Village the cubs pipe lines across the Northern part came out of the sectional in Good of this county and As Many across condition and every Effort the Southern part. James to Alice Are local attorneys for Tho company. Banner receives Basket of Flowers sent to editor with compliments of florists Telegraph delivery Assoc. Will to made this week to keep the boys physically o. K. And have them ready for the regional. Applications now accepted mrs. Emma Hall Mcferran. Age 7.1 years next july 11, acid Mother of Albert Mcferran of this City did at the Home of her daughter. Mrs Walter Worick in Roachdale tuesday evening at 6 45 of clock. She had been in failing health for the past several years and had been seriously ill for card. Thiv can not be furnished i t the list three months and her death Hulk to individuals or organizations was not unexpected for distribution. Mrs. Mcferran was the widow of. A Martin Mcferran and had spent practically her entire life in North Putnam county. She had resided in Roachdale for the past Twenty five years. She was the daughter of Ixo i and Amanda Hall Pioneer residents of carpenter8ville. Deceased is survived by five children. Mrs Effie Allen. Roachdale mrs. Hattie Silvey. Roachdale Ches Ley Mcferran Bainbridge mrs. Lily James c. Huber of Bowling Green Worick Roachdale and Albert to who drives a livestock truck Over the Ferran of this City. She is also sur Vived by eleven grand children an i two great grand children. Mrs. Mcferran was a life Long member of the methodist episcopal Church. Two men Hijack Driver of truck James hirer of Bowling Green was driving livestock to Indianapolis National Roll an i Road 43. In Dellve ing Stock from the Vicinity of his Homo to the Indianapolis markets was hijacked not Only of his Cash and his tobacco but also of his truck a Short distance West of Plainfield monday night lie was stopped on the notional Road by two men. Who ordered him to drive onto a Road to Fok april Cuc enrolment Ward the South and. Down it a Short a j distance they dumped Huber and there will be a acc enrolment in went on with everything he had Exall counties in Indian some time be j Hepting his clothes. He caught a tween april 1, and 20, 1939. Ride into Ink Napolz s and reported for says he will not ask added Relief surprised 200 reporters when he said report cockeyed message to Congress Mon. Leaders intimated that he would reiterate request for appropriation seniors to stage big show Friday a a a. H. S. A pares promised to be hit Many be turks on program it has been an age old Greencastle High school custom for the seniors to present an annual show presenting to the Community Tho Talent of the school. Under the name of a a a. H. S Cap ado a the 1939 production will to staged at 8 o clock Friday night. March 10 in the school auditorium. The current edition will include humorous skits a Lancing singing and other entertainment. Miss Dorothy Dunlap local dancing instructor will present her pupils in Novelty song and dance routines. Featured in thus acts Willa Patsy Selvidge 7-year-old acrobatic Star who performed before president Roosevelt in the Cotton bowl in Texas Marcia of Brien a charming youngster Beverly trembly. Barbara Hagar. Dianne Martin. Betty Evans. Ramona Lee Glover. Doris Jean Rowland. Betty Anderson Janet Hammond Mildred Greenleaf. May Lou Brown. Patsy Ross. Barbara Goodman. Us smythe Betty Hardy. Charles Bamberger and Don Akl key. Miss Rosemary Tully will presen her sensational new dancing team Mosely and Bills in a number never to be forgotten according to reports. A 1939 streamlined melodrama also will be presented. Gent Huber and his swing sters. A ten piece dance band which recently made a great hit with the g. H s. will a one of the highlights of the evening. The band s presentation will include the latest swing arrangements with bits of wit added spontaneously Charles Sheridan. Whose Fine Bass voice has won much acclaim will ing the Ever popular a old Man River a a As a grand finale professor Ber Githon s a Cappella choir the local High school unit which has won statewide rec Ognit will present a group of Light classical numbers including Gershwin a immortal Washington Yarch 8.�? up a president a Ltd a Evelt who sharply reminded Congress on fib. 7 that he needed an additional $150 000,000 for unemployment Relief now says reports bit he will insist on the appropriation Are cockeyed. Or. Roosevelt surprised upwards of 200 reporters with that remark at yesterdays press conference he i ii re a in a d a his week that the president had intimated during their regular conference with him that he would Rei Tenity his Relief request in a message to Congress scheduled to go Forward next monday. Congress onal members of the conservative Economy group were planning to make the $150,000 000 appropriation a test vote in their Effort to Cut government costs. Or. Roosevelt s position now. However is that he will not know until receiving further reports from spa How much additional Money will be needed is Relief message might request any sum of Money from $150.000.000 Down he said. The consensus waa that he will ask for additional funds and probably the entire sum but business observers Here Are wagging their ears for some word of fur her Appo sement or approach ment from the White House. Their first fiction to denial that another big Relief appropriation had been decided upon was that the president might contemplate at least that much Cooper Ilion with the Economy group in Congress. Interurban hits and kills woman believed to have suffered stroke am Coc enrol docs who have had More than eighteen months service since july 1, 1937. Will be discharged at that time. Due to the number of i the office of the daily Banner was vacancies ,au8eil by thi. All youths brightened today by a Basket of inter std in enrolling in one of the Flowers of a number of varieties sent Njo Ana Omps Are urged to do so to the editor with the compliments once of the Detroit office of the florists Telegraph delivery association which is in convention at Indiana the theft to the police. Mrs. Conrad Gautier found by husband lying on floor at Home to be eligible for acceptance a youth must be Between the Ages of seventeen and Twenty three unman Olis this week and which is being 1 unemployed and in Good phys attended by j. J. Eitel. Of the Eitel Floral company of this City Kenneth Eitel of that firm Wal also be present at some of the sessions. J. J. Eitel is District representative of the association and was Active in preparing for the Indianapolis gathering. In connection with the meeting of the association Fri style show will be Heid at the Claypool hotel thursday afternoon and again at blocks Fri liar. 20 years aim in Greencastle Cal condition. Verification of birth Date will be necessary for each applicant. Applications Are being accepted by the governors commission on unemployment Relief at the office on the fourth floor court House. Greencastle. Every wednesday morning until april 1. Indiana won from Depauw 17 to 16 in basketball. Mrs. The Jones received a Tele a Gram from her husband Corporal Thad Jones stating he had aft ived safely at Boston from overseas mrs. Conrad Gautier who was found by her husband in a nearly unconscious condition on the floor of the reception room at the Gautier Home moriday evening after an exposure there of More than 30 hours it is thought was believed today to have suffered a Light attack of apoplexy. Symptoms of such an attack became noticeable Affer she had been under treatment for some hours at her Home. The stroke if it occurred is considered to have been the prob boy scout notice w1i there will be a meeting of troop on the latter Day there will ,9 thursday evening at 7 o clock in be a Floral display at blocks also. The Christian Church basement. Or. And mrs. Charles Barnaby re Able cause of her falling to the floor turned from Florida and Points in an j remaining there in n helpless the Southwest. Condition with the outside door George f. Sage was commissioned lieutenant. He waa in Camp at san Antonio. Tex. Miss Anna Phipps and Roscoe slightly ajar Only a few feet away during the entire period. Her exposure to the cold aggravated her illness she is being Ca. De baggy were married at the Home of for within her oven Home the latter a Mother North of Green or. Gautier was out of the City on Castle. The ceremony was perform a business trip from sunday morning de by the Rev. V. L. Raphael. I until monday evening. A was in charge of A. I it Witt Groeni Sale due Here it 8 16 the Indiana Railroad company s car due Here at 8 40 we Unesda morning from the cast wis involved in a collision with an automobile on a Street crossing in Bridgeport n Short distance West of Indianapolis in which a woman was killed. To car was in charge of a. Green Cash Man. As Motorman conductor. The car left Indianapolis at 7 35 and was due in Bridgeport at 7 49. The car was in charge of W Dowitt. Of Greencastle hut he was not injured although the Quot traction car was damage 1 somewhat by the Impact with the automobile. The woman who was killed was Tho Only person in the Auto. Another car completed a he run in place of the on which was in the collision it arriving Here it 10 15 this Forenoon. A the woman who was killed was mrs. Nellie Millhouse. 42 years old. A teacher in a Bridgeport school. Her car wreckage was strewn along the track Many rods. She was killed instantly. A St Aliw debate team to meet Rev was tonight an Intel i Ith n a debate in of Sinh Depauw University will meet a team from Austral will be Heid tonight in the Little the entre at 8 15 o clock. William Welch and Edward Dunton Depauw students will take the at of Amati pc of the question resolved that nationalism is the enemy of the visiting team is composed of Hugh Bobson graduate in Law of Sydney University and or thong Man student of Law at the University of i Bour no they Are Mak no a tour of Canada and the United states under the. Auspices of the National student be dentition of America. The debate will be open to the Public without charge. Coaches to Lohl annual meeting Moffett is president of association Sci he Ules to be Arnol Nch de Indianapolis. Ind. March 8 a up members of the Indiana Cal lege i Iche i ass tat Ion will hoi i their annual Spring meeting Horo Friday it was announced today at the opening session baske�?Tba.1 schedules for the coming year will to set. D. C. Moffett at tet c direct tor of Depauw and president of the association said. Business sessions will follow recommendations of Rule changes will be made and Sint to the National coaches association fire department makes run the burning rut of a flue at the Homo of Dan a Veland 118 West Berry so Reet jut before noon today caused the fir Ltd department to make the. Run. It being foal d the Haze inst de the Chimney would find a Crevice a and cause Damag to the House. The firemen permitted the soot to bum out without interruption. 0 0 a. By 0 a 0 today s , r and a fit a it local tonin Rny us a o a gift it it it it it it it partly Cloudy Toight and thursday rising tempera ure tonight and in Southeast and extreme South portion thurs ii. The teachers and officers of the first Christian Church school will meet in the Church Parlours thursday evening at 7 30 of clock. Minimum 6 a. 7 a. 8 a. 30 30 a. 3337 9 a. A. 43 10 a it. 47 11 a. A. 50 noon. 55 1 p. To. 58 2 p. 58 o
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