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Greencastle Daily Banner (Newspaper) - March 14, 1939, Greencastle, Indiana# tfx in Eatwell Jet a Quot in colder the Hatty Bast steel a a a to Waves for ally xxi Ltd press Serrate 4 my the Home new 3j 4- a a be in Oliv seven a keen Ashe Indiana to la enday March 14, 1 no. \27 ugly kit on Vil. Sement i funeral at Shannon funeral Home i u elements Dis i in \ what to do m is a nil How actions i u log Iii nth living marking Effort on opinion funeral services for Benjamin Ferretti age 58 years an employee of the Midwest Stone company for 25 years who died at Terre haute were held tuesday morning at 10 clock from the Shannon funeral Lime. Interment was made in for a St Hill cemetery. Or. Feretti died in St. Anthony Hospital of injuries Given received March 3 when the automobile he was driving crashed into a parked car. Cloverdale citizens to vote april i a a a ill Ltd it a March 14. Up to development a blurred be Nemaat picture to a. It icel elements Atrev. A disabused Funda a july a what to do next Anil regarded As Gen of in ubi to restoration or. Nfn Olence included a to of the Treasury to ask i a. ,.ii for an increase in the Quot la debt limit from $45,000.000.1 $50 000.000.000. That win come ear at Ion by Senate majority Allien a. , Day. Of defense Hill amendments of he the War department and businessmen. One of the ments was sponsored by the a f Industrial organizations. That president Rose it discovered a device Wil enable him to avoid ask fax Igess for immediate approx si50 000,000 additional Reft i r this fiscal year. There it. That such a in Lieen found. Proposition . Be that town invest 12,000 in sewer system plans have been drawn receives Cardinal Vatican City March 14 up Pope Pius today received Cardinal Mundelein of Chicago and Cardinal in proposed to Levy an assessment for each connection into system u. S. Seizes i for spa fraud Kokomo mayor others indict for use of Relief labor on private work Indianapolis March 14.�? eight of eleven men including former Kokomo mayor Olin k Holt inflicted last week by the Federal grand jury for conspiracy to defraud the government in Howard county spa work were arrested today and released under $5.000 Bond each pending arraignment March 24. Two More were arrested i last night. They also provided Bonds. The indictment accuses the men i of conspiring to defraud the government by diverting labor on Howard 1 s pessimistic reports from i county spa projects to private �0 a Al labor peace conference j work. It charges the conspiracy be y in although permanent Pleto peace Between the i Marcely is expected. Likely to live a Dis effect on conservative an 1 5 opinion included kit motion by Barkley that the pen will oppose junking the option surplus and capital gains is business deterrents. A dictations that �3 Silver Agri a mor May lie forming to Force a it my into Cir Lawsn. Possibly form of Silver certificates. I i Diiuro of congressional Eoo Ili Loc leaders to propose any let program of Economy. In t m o h of the National debt 1 s40,000,000,000 level and Gen expect nation that the Treasury it into the red by close to $50,-Pooo in the next 15 months. P Sidiki Lodge ass 18tli year i i t held an part of a i its a k v Observance at c a Ike 8tl Lka Ltd a i Lodge no. 347, knights at Cloverdale is now be a regard itself As one of the a it and valued institutions of by town. It passed into its a of existence last week n instituted March 7, 1892, i s existed continuously and since that Date. It is now i is. Tentatively for its Gold Rosary. And its members Hope Diamond Lodge will ii serve its Diamond Annivera Hii h. According to the usual ring anniversaries will be h falling in the year 1967. W Lodge is the sole survivor of rights of pythias organizations Bam county. Ige had for its charter Parks m. Martin James p. I it William a. Moser George p Ell John w. Thornburgh i Hackett Charles s. Sinclair. J f. Flannery David e. Wats a. Sandy Frank e. My and Francis m. Cole Charles a is and Benjamin f. Trues Xvi Liam m. Moser and George Well Are yet members. The officers of the organization Ancello commander Fay Chancellor commander Hurst prelate Clayton e. Piaster of work v. L. Larkin of records and seals Charles master of the exchequer h Rockwell master of fian w. Mccullough master Russell Coons inner guard Granneman outer guard it Heavin. Banquet which was a part anniversary Observance the Chancellor s. W. Swap be of and. And the grand keeper is and seals Carl Mitchell Napolis a vere guests of Honor Piquet was served by the so sters. In the Castle Hall. 1 school orchestra rendered plumbers. Cloverdale citizens will vote. April 4. On the proposition that the town invest $12.000 in a sewer system the Villeneuve of Quebec in private Aud additional $48,000 to be furnished by the works Progress administration it is believed by the town Hoard that the spa will furnish the $48,000 in labor and materials if the citizens will underwrite the $12,000. Plans and specifications have been drawn for the proposed project in order to have a definite basis upon which the matter can be presented to the voters the plans Call for a disposal Plant located in the Southeast part of town the Drain for the fluid discharge from the tank emptying into Doe Creek which extends southwesterly from the town its water ultimately reaching Mill Creek. The sewer tile will Range from 6 inches in diameter to 12 inches a member of the town Board stated monday. The tile will be Laid at a depth ranging from 6 feet in the North part of the place Down to a depth of 12 feet in other parts. There is a natural decline in Grade from the North to the South of which the plans take advantage. It is claimed that All parts of the town can be reached by the system with the exception of four houses in the extreme Northwest Section across the Monon track Ami three houses Southeast. If asked by the owners of these properties the town will include septic tanks for the service of these properties to be included in the proposed building plans. No storm water will be permitted to be introduced into the sanitary sewer system it is definitely announced. It is proposed to Levy an assessment for each connection into the sewer system. The proposed Bonds to the amount of $12 000. If authorized will be \ Lien on the sewer system Only and not on the town. If the proposition is favored by the voters in the election april 4. A Bond Issue will be made to cover the towns part of the Cost the Bonds to be of the Revenue Type the principal and interest payments to be met by the income of the system from its patrons. At Cloverdale monday it was stated that there Are properties in the town now which have Cess pools located upon them which empty their overflow into the open Street gutters nearby making a condition which so it is said must be relieved. These Cess pools and their connections for the most part were installed after the water works system of Gan in july. 1935, and ended last Jan. When the Holt administration went out of office. Those indicted included four former Kokomo City officials in addition to Holt two former spa officials and an employee of the governors commission on unemployment Relief. Identity of the eleventh Man was not disclosed pending his arrest. Those named in the True Bills Are Holt Kokomos a a Hal Bonit mayor from 1935 to 1939. George mix former Kokomo assistant City Engineer. Carl j. Broo former Kokomo City attorney. George h. Morrow former Kokomo City Engineer. Mell Good former Kokomo City clerk. Lincoln f. Record former spa project superintendent. James a. Hannon former spa project supervisor under record. Thomas c. Heady Sumpter Heady Hunt company president. Joe Tarkington employee of the governors commission on employment Relief. Lester e. Ratcliff of Indianapolis former spa area supervisor in Howard and Tipton counties. Ratcliff surrendered Here monday. The others were arrested by Deputy United states marshals at Kokomo. Under one illegal plan. District at town was in stalled. Torney Val Nolan said mix would buy Brick buildings have them razed and the bricks cleaned with spa labor. The bricks then would be sold to the City of Kokomo for $10 a thousand. Nolan said claims for the sales were filed with Good against the City under fictitious names and the names of some of the defendants including mix Heady and Tarkington. A second method Nolan said involved the use of gravel produced at a City owned pit on spa projects and the Sale of some of the gravel to private Consumers with the Money going to the City. Wil i in i s tickets Are Selling i St Green Sti i fans a Lippolt tiler c l in in big meet la mob storms radio gang this shows grand Central station new York when a mob awaited the arrival of Charlie Mccarthy s radio gang from Hollywood. Inset Edgar Bergen Dorothy Lamour and Don Ameche who escaped with the gang to a freight elevator. Incorporate to run Mirana farm princ 11.xl purpose is to fir Sii specimens for biological laboratories Boyd Milam Gillespie .1 Kenneth Vance and Glenn ii Lyon have incorporated to operate the farm on the John Williams farm on state Road 43. South of the National Road whose principal purpose i to furnish specimens for biological laboratories messes. Gillespie Ami Vance established the farm and it has been in operation one full season during which time its facilities were greatly increased through the act cities of its founders. The farm has specialized in the production of frogs which Are extensively used not Only in education work but also in in which tests Are made of the effects of various drugs whose incorporation into medicines is contemplated depend fling upon the results of the tests upon individuals of the lower orders of animals. The address of Quot Anuran a is Given As Rural route no. 1, Box 19, Clover dilo. Or. Lyon is named As resident agent. The capital Stock consists of 1.000 shares of no stated Par value. Slovak in proclaims i Nisi Alia Luigi. N i Merit of planes flying Over \ Ien n \ new president is named troops grossed czech Frontier Lucr Lush with czech troops Belli tin pleads guilty to Kadio theft Clelon a sentenced to sex e tvo years in state reformatory beat x on Cox Mieki. Indians first on schedule for Coleii i Glynn Downey s charge it 2 p. M saturday Advance Sale of tickets today indicate i that a cot Ball fans Are rallying wholeheartedly behind the Tiger a oubs for the r participation in the Semi finals tournament scheduled saturday in the tech gymnasium in 1 the first Block of tickets receive i in this City went at a fast clip Ami i principal William Bishop immediately placed additional requests with i tech officials for tickets in order to accommodate the local Public. The tickets went on Sale at 1 o clock thin afternoon at Mullins drug store. A a beat Anderson whispering Campa in. Which started Here sunday a 1 grown louder today As local fans echoed their support in Behal of the Tiger cubs. The Anderson indians will be the first on the Semi finals schedule Foi the Tiger cubs the two teams clashing at 2 of clock saturday afternoon. The indians met their first defeat of the season at the hands of the cubs und the loss came after. Coach Archie Chad i s boys had amassed h total of nine wins in a Row reports indicate that the cubs Are prepared for u Battle Royal with the Chadil team the Glynn Downey boys backed by a mid season win Over the indians Are hopeful of re in the Putnam circus t court this Forenoon Clotan Ash. 18 years old son of Fred Ash of Greencastle plead-<1 guilty to the theft of a radio from the Hong Oil company s station on North Street this City the night of it tip ii 8 the radio la the peat Quot a la St lip Anderson Doytt property of Fred Braden. It was t m let 1 found at Tiro Home of the Young Man Are in Tournai. And its theft was admitted by Young Ash Berlin March 14 up nazi Germany completed partition of the in court this morning. Ash was czechoslovak Republic today and re Renton ced to serve two years in liable sources predicted a that Lei prison mint in the state reformatory Man troops would March into the Pendleton and was fined $50. The newly Independent shite of Slovakia charge wis second degree burglary soon after Midnight. Prague. March 14 it up it Emil Hacha and foreign minister Frantisek Chvalovsky left for Berlin on a special train but 4 p. M. To Confer with Adolf Hitler. I Willis reportedly laying foundation has no Hope of i Van Guys but will enter 1840 Campaign delinquent tax lists prepared Law required that they shall have existed 15 months of More in the office of Gilbert e. Ogles county auditor the list is being prepared of the properties in Putnam county on which taxes were delinquent at the close of the fail taxpaying period in 3937, to be published three times before the Sale of these properties occurs april 10. This publication and Sale is Rannit Atoy by Law. The Law requires that these delinquencies shall have existed 15 months or More which removes from the list the delinquencies which occurred during 1938. It was stated at the office of the auditor that the list of delinquents this year will be Small compared with that which was complied at the close of the moratorium period some time ago. Indianapolis. Ind., March 14. Up in contesting last fall s election in the United states Senate. Raymond Willis has no Hope of unseating sen. Frederick Van Guys but is laying the foundation for another Campaign in 1940. It was believed hero today. Willis announced before leaving Washington last night that he would be a candidate for the Senate again in 1940. If he expected to take Over Vannuyse place in the Senate it was not considered Likely that he already would be entering the 1940 senatorial race. In fact Willis has stated publicly that he had no Hope of unseating Van Guys. The principal purpose of the Willis contest in the United states Senate according to the petition is to insure clean elections to Indiana and avoid the recurrence of conditions which he said existed in Indiana last fall. These included fraud irregularity and corruption in tabulating the ballots and use of illegally collected a two per cent a club Money for financing the democratic Campaign. However another important phase of the contest is that it is Likely to keep Willis in the Public Eye for the next year or so with Hopes that his Catler. Lii Kra saved in wreck trick no Semi trailer collided at intersection of roads 36 and 48 in a collision Between a truck and Ami Semi trailer outfit at the intersection of stat. Roads 36 and 43. North of Greencastle late monday afternoon the cattle on the truck and most of the whisky on the other vehicle were saved from damage. The cattle fared better than did the whiskey however As none of the former were Hurt but in possibly a dozen cases of the beverage out of a total of about 200 in the Load there were sonic bottles broken. State police officer George Hecko. Whose Home is in Greencastle. Was detailed at the police Barracks at Putnamville to investigate the happening. When the Call for an officer was received at the station. He found the livestock truck had approached the intersection from the North on Road 43, and had made a left hand turn into Load 36, on which the Semi trailer was entering the intersection from the East. The livestock Driver David d. Myers. 23 years old from Kingman made a Quick swerve of his vehicle to avoid the other he told the police officer but struck the trailer on the i rear right Corner. The latter was overturned onto the pavement hut was not much damaged. The livestock truck was considerably damaged on its front. No person was Hurt. Berlin March 14 up the Post War Republic of Czechoslovakia collapsed today under the Mali tin threat of nazi Germany a Quot March to the Bratislava. Slovakia March 14 a up sources regarded As reliable said today that an off Cial radio message to the government announced that the Independence of car Patho Ukraine had been declared Chust. Vienna. March 14. �eh1 an unusually Large number of military air planes have been flying Over and near Vienna since Dawn. Bratislava. March 14 1 up Slovakia proclaimed its Independence of Czechoslovakia today a reliable source said after a meeting of the slovak diet. Josef Tiso. Deposed by Czechoslovakia As Premier of the Semi autonomous government was named president of a new Republic of Slovakia the informant said. Ash was reported by the City police who developed the Case to have said he knew about the Entrance into the hollowed Girage on North Indiana Street Greencastle when an automobile was taken Guam the garage driven 56 Miles and left unharmed on the Lawn of the first Ward reboot building in Greencastle however. Ash refused to admit he had participated in that affair. Ash told the officers he is married his wife being at Bloomington. F i a Volunteer for transfusion school Sti dents answer emerge Nix All to Iii lib mrs elea nor Bergen indians it play and on this basis Are centralizing every Effort to break up the Anderson attack before it can get started. Anderson has requested 2.000 tickets for saturdays basketball meet and reports from the Indian reservation indicate that take All the tickets they ran get. However. It is doubtful if the Cha id supporters will tie Able to get anything near the 2.000 Mark. Of course. Franklin Hail made heavy ticket demands. While Aurora a newcomer too. Is seeking More tickets Franklin and Aurora ill meet at 3 o clock Ami the Winner of the tilt will meet the Winner of the Anderson Green Castle game. Even talk of the fair weather has taken a Back seat this wok. For the Tiger cubs in i their possibilities at the Semi finals Are Mono it lazing the conversation in circles of All Ages. Annual dinner meet my planned London March 14 of Exchange Telegraph dispatch Bratislava said today that Tiso. Slovak nationalist Lead in an f rom Josef a was five boys who Are students in the Iree Castlo High school won new respect among the i teachers and fellow pupils when they eagerly to. Unte ered themselves for blood transfusion when an emergency Call was received at the school from the Coleman Hospital Indianapolis for sue ii service. The Hospital patient whose condition. Following an emergency opera tion required the blood transfusion is mrs. Eleanor Eiteljorge Bergen wife of Charles Bergen jr., who be Home is in this City. She a recent student in the High school . Ii Tho five boys who volunteered for proclaimed president of an in depend v 1i the bloc a transfusion were Robert Cut Slovakia. Adams. Lynn e Vine. Donald Long. Budapest. Hungary March 14. Howard Brackney and Bob Steele it lip a hungarian troops crossed the five were taken to the Hospital the czechoslovak Frontier into car by William Kocher. Patho ukrainian today after a clash at the Hospital a test Revea de 20 years ago in Greencastle from Putnamville mrs. Ralph Howard visited last week with her parents or. And mrs. John Mcdowell at Sumner. 111. Mrs. Will Glidwell and children Are getting along nicely name by the 1940 election will be As j Sara entered school monday Well known to the mass of voters As a. B. Hanna after an illness was Are names of Long time politicians. I Able to be in his store again. With czech troops it was officially announced. Hungarian troops occupied the car Patho ukrainian town of or Hegy Alja near Munkacy 1 Munka Ceva i As it was reported that German forces were preparing to enter czech territory. Hungary and Poland have sought to form a joint Frontier through car Patho ukrainian. So far Germany had opposed the idea vigorously.1 at Prague the czechoslovak Cabinet. Refusing to count Nunce demands made by Germany for a a a final Quot solution of the czechoslovak problem resigned at a meeting coincident with that of parliament Here. It was indicated strongly that the solution would be another dismemberment of Czechoslovakia this one into three nominally Independent slates Bohemia the czech area wit i a population of 7.000.000 a slovak code Lucil on in Nao too the blood of Bob Steele was compatible with that of mrs. Bergen an i the needed amount was transferred from his veins to those of the patient. The latter was critically ill and it was considered of vital importance. By the surgeons that the transfusion occur at the earliest moment possible. Chamber of Commerce to elec t directors to meet at Gorin c Hurch Mon. The annual dinner meeting of the Greencastle chamber of Commerce will be held monday evening March 22, in the Gobin memorial Church at 6 30 o clock it is expect i that there will be a Large attendance As a splendid program has been arranged. In addition to reports of the organization. Directors for the coming year will let a elected. The directors will Complete the official organization of the chamber some time after monday s meeting. Tie principal add Ess of the evening will be made by William r Allen personnel director of l. S. Ayres whom Many will remember quite Well because of the excellent panel d sous Sion he Lead at the Centennial meeting of Depauw University. Or. Allen will speak on the subject of a a current personnel guard Plant Viter riot Goshen ind., March 14 up Asp Cial guards patrolled the Hetrick manufacturing company Plant hoc last night to prevent repetition of an a f. U c. I. O. Union Battle earlier. The c. I. O. Organization at Tho Plant struck and repulsed a. F. L Union members who attempted to enter the Plant. No one was injured. Company officials refused to make any statement regarding the dispute a a a @ amp o a a a a today a weather a @ and @ a local temper Atiye a a a a a a generally fair rising temperature tonight except in extreme Northwest portion mostly Cloudy and much colder wednesday. Minimum 6 n 7 a. 8 a 9 a 10 a. 11 a noon 1 p 2 p 41 m.11 m. 48 m. 46 m. 51 m. A m. 61 m. 63 m. 63 i
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