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Greencastle Daily Banner (Newspaper) - March 13, 1939, Greencastle, Indiana4 Ltd Attr we. A tip a a Ralp ave War a a 0 Yaj forty seven the daily banker it Waves for ally a dotted press service All the Home news 1 i \ Astle is honors in regional i i Lis 1hiwn Linton let to min told Una Mim i Kirk a is .0 to Semi finals m out Iii team one of 16 in i to survive play in inti i Oil i next saturday , Indiana monday Maiku ii i i. 1939 no. 12ii Ben Ferretti died at Teinke haute Hospital Ben Ferretti. Age 55 years a former resident of Greencastle died sunday at the St. Anthony Hospital in Terre haute. Or. Ferretti was an employee of the Midwest Stone company for Over 25 years and was a member of the local Moose Lodge. He went to Terre haute about a year ago. Funeral services will be held tuesday morning at 10 of clock from the Shannon funeral Home. Interment will be made in Forest Hill cemetery. Pope plans Campaign for world peace Vatican settles Down to Normal Koi Tine after Coronation to Appeal t o p e o p i. E s to improve relations bet Ern Catholic Church and Nail Germany last kites held monday raw /. For William e. Shoppe i. Oll i v a Ivi \ a fuse ii sort Cea were held monday1 afternoon it one of clock at the big Walnut up that Church for William e shopped age 80 years who died saturday night at the Home of his 1 daughter mra. Jim Sadler in Washington township. The Rev. Dallas Hisler was in charge. Interment was made in the Ferric cemetery besides the daughter. Or. Shopped s survived by a brother. Charle Germany Shoppell of Dayton Ohio. Situation is Knack Soi ice close to i in mint said German Ini i rests men Mil Mill. Intervene a cubs today Hel i being one of the i tear n the state of Indi ,.&Quot the basketball Cita �., championship earn. I ight to the next week end at Indianapolis St,,d upon the local basics saturday night at the Idle High school gymnasium eve turned Back the Clinton i in the finals of the regional i it. 29 to 21. Culis kitted their Way to the if the i real regional by rout i doge 45 to 25, in the afternoon Eye opener the Waveland hornets. 24 the wildcats were Given a to the Days honors by a turn flight Sion. R. Class basketball the is Hel l the cubs to a 5-5 count g Quarter of the night hot. Fren there on in the 1st be lads were never in real with Timeir Vermillion Oppon Maritta opened the scoring Hunn with a Basket from the it George Taylor hit from belie bucket to knot the count to it by Berto put the wild irk Quot tit in front. Hanlon in by sent the game into a dead i a fancy goal from the Arietta tallied from the free Ine t a return the Lead to theand it was the last time in they were out in front. Fra listed from the foul Marker 1 the count lie fore the Quad i end York increased Green to a in to 6 with a Charity Al Berto tallied with a foul to make everything even Hanlon was the next cub to with a Fiel goal but Marik through for the wildcats be the score 8-8. Frazier Sci finitely gave Greencastle and from there on in the Rem ver overtaken. R. York a i n osted the cub total to p Marietta and Berto Aid Deal cause before the per a nth the locals out in a to. 1 from the Field and then a a Quot a i suit to put the Tiger fad. 18 to 11, soon after the Rind opened. J. Marietta s dilute found the netting a Outt and after Han i a a free throw iairoeh1. G a i Center found the hoop 1 time and then in. Mari lied a foul goal to end the the cubs leading 19 to a Hanlon and Koessler fan-1 ape ies at the opening of u Quot find to hand the cubs a de. Lavanne another i f Rve added a Point for flt Quot a from the foul line but ipod the cubs pull away 1 for the Home stretch in i h another bucket. Green-1 Gad two throws under Ket and Laroche who n 1 no nearby took Cavan h mishaps and tipped in f the wildcats. Laroche a n. Ide the score 27 to 21, in cubs and Hanlon took of the Ball and shot just final shot sounded. Hip it i feet and the cubs were t better off. L 1 As the chief Point getter Fiol goals and one flout Quot a was next High for the a it even Points. P. Marlet 0 fielders and three free 1 seven Point total enabled 1 and the visitors Laroche to Quot the top with six Points Quot Ovney used Only six players horrid encounter and the in 1 outfit came through with p to in formantes. Frazier the defensive and offensive in 1 Fine dribbling. Taylor s r t the visitors Basket and a Brill from the backboard a la offensive in motion Many 1 11 woj a of Koessler and a to played part time also it Factor in the cubs emerge the . Is Quot Quot Quot a Pine Village put St and furious game the Quot i punched the local Region a saturday afternoon by of Pine knots of Pine Vil wtl1.is Van no is Washington March 13.�?<up a Raymond e. Will Lis Defeated in the Indiana senatorial election last year today challenged the re election of sen. Frederick Van Guys. A. Ind., in a petition filed with the Senate. Willis asked the Senate to investigate 15 charges filed in his 345 Page petition. Affidavits signed by voters and state employees in Vandenburgh Lake Sullivan Marion Vigo St. Joseph and Clay counties were filed with the petition. Wild geese Fly North Over City noise they made Qiu Ite noticeable against Din of Celebration masonic notice Temple Lodge no. 47 f. Amp a. M. Will Confer the e. A. Degree monday evening at 7 30 of clock. Lynn Brown. W. M. F. M. Starr Sec. On Page two some of the nations Best basketball players will invade Greencastle wednesday night when the local american legion Post presents the new York Renaissance in a Hardwood tussle against the famous Kautsky at the Greencastle High school gymnasium. The rens nationally known negro team include such publicized net wizards As a a fat a Jenkins. Quot Tarzan Cooper a wee Willie Smith a Bruiser Quot Saitch and a a Speed Isaacs. The Kautsky team has Beeh hand picked from Indiana colleges where basketball is said to hit its Peak Jewell Young. Johnnie Sines Frank Baird Johnny wooden and Jim birr recognized As tops in basketball names Are among the players who will be used by the Kautsky against the rens Here wednesday night. Other headline stars from the College Field also will we included in the Kautsky roster. The legion Post expects to pack the local gymnasium for the big net feature. A preliminary tilt Between an All Star Brazil team and a Star studded Clee Castle five will clash at 7 of clock wednesday night to open the program while the Maln go is scheduled to Start at 8 15 of clock. Vatican City March 13. A up a Pope Pius today received in private audience Joseph p. Kennedy. American ambassador at London and other members of the american Mission which attended his Coronation yesterday. During the height of the noisy Celebration of Greencastle a Victory saturday night a big flock of wild geese came up at a fast Pace from tile South asking Only the privilege of continuing on northward without interruption but they ran be foul the Bright Light from downtown Greencastle and the noise of the Celebration to which was added the uncertainty in flight caused by the Low ceiling under which they were flying and the geese lost their sense of direction. The noise they made in their hysteria was quite noticeable against the Jin of the Celebration too. In the Alamo they made there was very evident a note that was patently feminine in its character contrasted with the deeper tones of the ganders of the flock. This feminine note at times overrode the masculine cries in volume and it was easy to imagine there was a bit of Back seat driving in that flock with those on the rear seats vociferously advising As to the proper directions to take with warnings to the Drivers to look out for the Many obstructions which loomed up suddenly As the big Birds sought to Orient themselves again in their confused flight around Over the town and in other ways making themselves useful in the manner of Back seat Drivers generally. The delay to the flock in their Progress northward was serious but the leaders finally determined in which Way the Region of their summer residence Lay and they went on net aces slated to appear in City Renaissance and Kautsky boast Best players in the country Vatican City. March 13.�? up Popo Pius Xii intends to Start an Active world peace Campaign at one it was reported today As the Vatican settled Down to its Normal routine after his Coronation yesterday avs 262nd supreme pontiff. Opinion was expressed in authoritative quarters that the Pope would work along general lines to further peace by Means of frequent appeals to All Peoples to seek salvation through Christ. At the same time it was said he would devote attention specifically to the problem of improving relations Between the Catholic Church and nazi Germany. As the result of the new Popes selection of Cardinal Maglione As his Secretary of state it was said Here that the Vatican had one of the strongest regimes in memory to Deal with world problems. The influence internationally the new Pope already was exercising was shown at his magnificent Coronation ceremony yesterday when crowds yelled and cheered for him. Both inside and outside St. Peters Basil Ira. Observers were impressed and some went so far As to predict that Pius Xii would be one of the most popular of Popes. It was understood that the Pope intended for the present to devote himself to the German situation and leave to the direction of Cardinal Maglione such important matters As 1�?strengthening Bonds with catholics in North and South America where countries because of thei rapid development were becoming less dependent on Europe. 2�?the future of the Catholic Church in Spain after the end of the civil War. 3�?the question of missionary work in China in View of japanese conquests. 4�? the racial problem in Italy which May develop in such manner As to conflict with the Vatican Italy Accord. 5�? relations with Mexico. 6 relations with soviet Russia Cardinal Maglione was represented As agreeing on All major Points of foreign policy with the new Pope whom he succeeded As Secretary of state and this was expected to facilitate the Popes peace work considerably. Cardinal Maglione was to receive the. Diplomatic corps of Vatican City the College of cardinals members of the papal court and All foreign missions to the Coronation this afternoon at the Pope a summer residence at Cartel Gandolfo. It is the first such reception to be held there Plantation raided sunday by state police Indianapolis. Ind. March 13. It up state police Early yesterday morning raided the Plantation an alleged Swank gambling House 12 Miles Northeast of ind an amp Polis. They said they arrested 10 men and confiscated $18,000 in gambling equipment and $2,200 in Cash. More than 100 alleged patrons were freed after state police took their names. Us los place three on regional five Fine Village and Linton each receive berth with All stars known that in t f u lha it. brought in Mhz ii on Prague Berlin March 13 Ltd High nazi circles today ind catch the it fuehrer Adolf Hitler was considering a a Stern measures to end at once the czechoslovak my some sources talked of a possible ult to i turn to Prague within 24 hours thu controlled nazi press re doubled its attacks on the czechs i a manner reminiscent of the sudetenland crisis. The All regional team selected by newspapermen attending the tournament Here saturday was announced today. Greencastle earned three regular places on the first five while Pine Village and Clinton each received one berth. Forwards a George Taylor of Greencastle and Leroy Brutus of Pine Village. Center Ben Hanlon of Greencastle. Guards Tony Berto of Clinton Ami Don Frazier of Greencastle. Second team selections included Johnnie Koessler of in enc Astle and Thompson of Clinton forwards j. Greve of Waveland Center Raymond York of Greencastle and Paul Marietta of Clinton guards. Rec gives $1,256 Richmond ind., March 13.�? up Wayne county banners today were Richer by $1,256 the Money waa distributed by the county to those whose farm animals were killed by dogs during 1938. A tabulation of claims revealed there were 124 sheep killed 134 chickens. 10 Turkey seven hogs seven ducks four goats and one calf. Shorthorn cow develops rabies shot and killed to protect other animals owned by Ray Clodfelter Berlin March 13 Llop a source close to the government Sai i today that German interests were menaced by the situation in Slovakia 3nd that it could be assumed that Germany would intervene the informant did not indicate whether intervene on was to be expected through diplomatic channels or by some More direct Means. A i do not know what n or in what form but it can a assumed that Germany will water inc in some form or he said a a the czechs Haw violated the spirit of the Munich agreement furthermore German interests in Sio Varia have been menaced German citizens As Well As members of German National groups living in Czechoslovakia hive been m treated this can not go it became known Here that in the last few Days the nazi government had brought pressure on Prague. In diplomatic quarters it had been noted also that Adolf Hitler was due at Vienna 30 Miles from Bratislava on the slovak Side of the Danube wednesday to review a troop Parade on the first anniversary of his triumphal entry into the City after the absorption of Aust a by Germany it was suggested that for ome thing Hitler might take the Opportunity to give a word of advice or admonition to the czechs continued reports that troops had been seen moving within Germany were denied in off Clad quarters. It waa denied also that there was significance in the fact that the feature of Vienna a Celebration wednesday would be a big military Parade Samuel Skelton Pashol a Sun last kites will id held tuesday afternoon at met i Rry Home Depauw student undergoes tests to determine whether disease is usually fatal streptococcus Viri dans Jack Grandt. Depauw Sophomore who is in the holy Cross Hospital at Chicago for treatment for what has been tentatively diagnosed As the usually fatal Street occur Viri dans is undergoing a new series of tests to determine whether his disease is that form of infection or not. The infection arose when Grandt skinned a knee in a basketball game. Or. John f. Ruzic said sunday the Viri dans organism had not yet been isolated. He added that this Type of streptococcus was a slow growing organism and that it would be several Days before it was known definitely whether it were present. Meanwhile at holy Cross Hospital Gradt was reported a doing the Mother Superior said More than 200 persons had volunteered for blood transfusions that seven had been accepted. But that a transfusion was not contemplated at present. A registered shorthorn cow owned by Ray Clodfelter. Tenant on the Longden farm in Clinton township became insane from rabies saturday an it i finally was shot and killed to protect other animals and to get her out of her distress a veterinarian had been called to examine her. Before she became too violent but there was nothing he could do to alleviate the malady. Her worst attack came on her while the veterinarian was with her. She Tore Down some of the Bam fixtures in her wild dashes inside the Structure and could not be subdued. The cow is considered to have been bitten by one of the dogs of Clinton township which have developed rabies recently. One of the effects of the general scare in that part of the county Over there cases of rabies has been the seclusion of practically All dogs the owners fearing they too have been infected with rabies germs and fearing also that they will be bitten by other animals if they have not been attacked already. Samuel a Skelton age about 70 years a Well known former resident of Madison township died sunday at the Home of a son. Nick Skelton in Plainfield. Besides the son in Plainfield he is survived by five other children. Carl Skelton of Greencastle James Skelton of Harmony l e Skelton of East St. Louis and Sam or. And Mary both of California a sister mrs. Fred Goddard i in Cash and two Brothers John Skelton. Greencastle and Joe Skelton of Terre haute. Funeral services will be held tuesday afternoon at 2 of clock from the. Mccurry funeral Home. Burial will be in the pleasant Hill cemetery. Elks Lodge will meet in regular session tuesday evening at 8 of clock. 20 years ago in oreenca8tle or. Anil mra. Horace a Kew became the parents of a ten Pound non bom yesterday a John h. Aillee was out after a two weeks illness. Sergeant Ralph Pierce was Here visiting his parents in route from Camp Funston Kansas to Camp Dix new Jersey having been transferred. From Corn stalk Valley or and mrs. Eber Hamilton spent sunday with William Newman and family from finc Asue or. And mra. Ross Tustuson. Or. And mrs Earl Watson spent Friday with or. And mra. Elmer Watson tourney ticket on silo tuesday after one ply lock May be bought at Mullins. West Side of Square tickets for the Semi final basketball games at the tech gym next saturday Are on Sale at school for school children and teachers tint la one of clock tuesday after which time they will be on Sale at Mullins drug store. The advanced reservations will be accepted by prof Bishop prior to placing the balance of the tickets on Sale tuesday afternoon. Indications today pointed to the fact that Greencastle will probably have at least 100 tickets less for the finals this year than last year which Means that if local fans want to see any More basketball they had better take in the Semi finals. Greencastle a Semi final seats Are All on the Side of the gymnasium t was reported today. All seat not sold by six of clock Friday will be offered for Sale to one of the other three schools taking part in the semifinals. Talbott Christie watches Waters of Mill Creek Talbott Christie spent the weekend at his Cabin Camp on Mill Creek und watched with a lose attention the raging of the High Waters of that fast flowing Little River past his domicile. The Road near his Cabin was inundated but the water a lit not cause widespread flooding of the ground. Incidentally or. Christie this morning spoke with Delight of the a a hundreds of Robins which for gathered the last few Days in the deep Ravine of the Region surround no his Cabin. There they were protected from the cold wind from the Northwest and. Incidentally found much More food in the shrubbery than they would have foun Ltd out in the open Robins eat dried berries and seeds this time of the year. Mrs. Reeves 6. Fired sunday finer a cry ice in will be held ii est a morning from met i Rry Home mrs. Rosa Alena Reeves age 69 years wife a a Charles e. Reeves died Sanilay afternoon at 3 of clock at her Home at Morton. Although she had been an invalid for about seven years she became seriously ill Only a week ago. The Reeves family have been residents of the Morton Community for the past five years coming to Putnam county from Mattoon Illinois. Survivors an the husband two daughters mrs. Leo Reeves of Madison township mrs. Thomas Young of Gays. Ill a son. George i elder of Sullivan. Iii. And two Brothers Frank and Thomas Janes of Mattoon. Funeral services will be held tuesday morning at 9 o clock from the Mccurry funeral Home. Interment will be in the Zora cemetery near Mattoon. Indianapolis livestock hog receipts 7,000, holdovers 132 Market steady. 160-250 lbs., $7.70-$7.90 250-300 lbs. $7.35-$7.65 300400 lbs$7.05-$7.25 100-160 lbs., $6 75-$7 50 sows mostly $6 60-$7 cattle 1.200 calves 500. Fully statly on All classes most steers $9-$ 10.50 bulk heifers $7.50-$9 50 dealers 50c lower top $11. Sheep 200. Not enough Early to make a Market. Bosstown founder dislikes system said we Are making criminals of children in Reform schools Indiana Polis. Ind March 13 a up the nation s reformatory system is Quot stupid a according to the it. Rev. Edward j Flanagn. Who yesterday addressed Inore than 1.000 per sons attending the annual St Pat Rick s Day breakfast of the ancient order of h bemoans. Better known As just father Flanagan. The founder a of Boystown neb said a it is sad to think that All Over our country we Are sending hundreds of thousands of children to Reform schools we Here too often they learn How to be criminals. Quot we need a Blaze of Christian love toward unfortunate children. Their proper development Means that the Anie rican saw a cherish will dead Hills dump Earth in Valle electrical Power line we a had of strange i Utah movement Gilroy cal., March 13 it up new pressure piled up behind the moving Mountain of the a a dead Hilt today and it dumped thousands of tons of Earth into the Pajaro Valley. Ahead of the strange Earth movement was the Only Power 1 be carrying electrical Energy into the Salinas Valley. A the nations lettuce bowl a vulnerable stretch of u. S. Highway 101 and a Bridge across the Pajaro Valley. Thomas Joyce superintendent of the state Highway maintenance division said he Bel eved there was Little danger of the slide blocking the Highway or damaging the River. Oth i Era were not so optimistic. Out of the to Flung Hills and Range land of Tomerias Puertas known for Ages As a the dead Hills Quot it had Cut a swathe a mile Long and a Quarter of a mile wide since it Start ii off a week ago with a Boom heard Miles away. Hard Rains Cai is Rivers to overflow big w Ai m t reached its Peak of flood about 9 o clock sinday dropped foot 111 noon dam at water works a emf could not it found rut w kit damaged old Man River meaning thereby All of Putnam county a streams again broke jail saturday night Ami escaped into the adjoining country causing damage where he kicked up the a Oil in exuberance of his spirits. Sunday Forenoon to had enough of Liberty and again returned to his bed. The Putnam county Road department will pay most of the Bill having to repair a number of roads and Farmers will pay the balance replacing fences filling washes in their Fields and removing debris and Road material carried from the roads into the Fields. The liar Rains of saturday and saturday night especially affected the larger streams that flow through the county having their sources Northeast of Putnam county where the heavy rainfall drained quickly into the streams and sent floods raging Down thei channels to join the local Contr buttons and form a volume of water which the Banks could not restrain within Bounds. Big Walnut Ere u reached its Peak of flood at about 9 of clock sunday morning and began to recede dropping a foot or More by 12 o clock. It was so deep Over the dam at the Greencastle water works Plant that the location of the a Lam under the water could not to determined recent improvements of the structural work in the Stream itself at the pumping Plant rendered the Plant immune to High water of the depth reached sunday. No damage was Jone at the Plant. Downstream the water spread out Over the Bottom Fields South of the Creek and it rushed Over the Blacktop roads leading Northwest from Greencastle known As the Dunbar Road Road men expressing expectation of damage to the roadbed and the adjoining right of Way. Because of the Force of the current. The Road Down the Creek from the covered Bridge West of town on the Walnut Street Road was closed to traffic saturday night by the rising of the w Ator Over its surface a regular occurrence where there is a flood stage. And a an expensive one to the county As always there no e holes washed in the rail surface which it conf Neinl on i my bound 11> flans to be officers of township i pm ers Institute to Mefi saturday the old Anil new officers of the township Farmers institutes of Putnam county will meet in tin county agents a office saturday. March 18. At 2 of clock in the afternoon to elect county officers for the county round up next year and for the distribution of the county appropriation among the different institutes of the county. The presidents of the Home economics clubs of the county and others interested will meet Friday March 17. At 10 o clock in the Forenoon to discuss the organization of a county wide chorus under the sponsorship of the Home a clubs of the out it the meeting Friday will be in the office of the county agent. Wednesday March 15. The Home economics leaders of the county will attend a Trail no meeting for leaders in the Assembly room of the court House to be addressed by Mina Martin of Purdue. A a a o o o a o # o o 0 today a weather o 0 and 0 0 local temperature 0 00000000000 generally fair tonight and tuesday rising temperature in West and South portions tuesday. Minimum. 31 6 a. M. 7 a. In. A 37 8 a. M. 38 9 a. M. 41 10� u. M. 43 11 a. M. 47 49 noon 1 p. To 51 2 n m e. 51 o
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