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Greencastle Daily Banner (Newspaper) - March 16, 1939, Greencastle, IndianaTo e tuft fair a Quot of the daily banned a it Waves for ally a a it a a rotted less service All the h Arr news of i me niuta seven a la Kkt , ii Max a , mak<11 i 1< .10. A it it. A a a i f Sis Lanned for cd setters y of him leu Friday at a a i skim artak Gymn Siim spoilt Ark invited 0 Mph tamil Ali div blown Iri Lori it it a i Quot s Many features i Lenneil inc Aslly Tiger cubs will to a Rou Iii i it Lff to he Tournai it scheduled Satur to tech Gymn Alum in Indiana when in it Rof tiny a a Pep is Lel let 1 00 of clock Friday on in the local High school Naium. Rally r half of i he cubs Anil coach. Glynn Downey will got enthusiastic Start with a town Parade. The band under Uii Lanc f the twirling Batons. Drum majors followed by the body will March around the Square and return to the Asilum for the program townspeople and other Tiger fans Are invited to participate e demonstration and be on hand a gymnasium for the Royal Send by the Greencastle team rules my Laughey. Ever an a cub enthusiast and coach Moffett of Depauw will give talks representative members a Mier Greencastle High school tall teams who have gone to Tate tournaments also will Apon the program. A Novelty worked out by the students a be presented As a feature. A Complete program follows 30 to 1 00. Hand March through town Lis Triet and around the d plays in gymnasium As Stu March in. To to a Greencastle go on a visual yells for members of team. Irani Lution it f speakers Charles tug hey. Resenting business i. C v Der. Del Auw Ken Bennett. The daily Banner Hitt u Star of the past Reese mond on tie team which Start All Marion Hurst a state final de Stone Echo of last year Tig Hail Hail the gangs All ii spill Greencastle. Fly stunt. 11�?�?ogo-gettum.�?� is Eaks at dkpa1av directs the Nazif cation from Castle urn Elk fit Ardon no Thoi Sands of body gig Akoh police Ami troops. Czechs show bitter hatred anxiety 1 Norert Nantin. of fuehrer swept Europe Prague. March 16 tip and i f Hitler guarded by his personal bodyguards secret police and troops appeared on a Balcony of his Castle in the Prague suburbs today before a crowd of cheering German residents Here. Urdu related l Leges favored Robinson head of i Hil Opid it Indiana spoke to Iii Tler a my Diana Polis mar. 16. Contrary trends in higher education of Diana Are distinctly favourable he Church related colleges a link tul it a. D. S. Robinson head e philosophy department of i University. Akin last night before the a in 11 i club of Indianapolis. Robinson who is a graduate Butler declared a situation of the Church re Colic. S of Indiana is especially Nate just now because of the leadership of the tax supported lotions. All four of the presi of tax supported schools Are l by 1 Church rela Teil colleges Are eager to cooperate with colleges in the great task of a the it level of general culture in rna a can assure you that the supported schools have no fun in of usurping the functions of a Church elated schools. R.8iiienf Wells of Indiana Unis a it a record As being eager pm Pente with the other Educa-1 institutions of the state. We that this is the position of a pm Elliott of Purdue. Pitten Hall state and Tirey of Indi stat. Teat hers. This Means 80 far As the state of Indiana is the contemporary trends a Kher education Are distinctly r an to the Church related or. Will do rant Kairit sky a Defeated by hrs Here. .1643 famous negro team gives excellent account on court basketball fans of Greencastle and Putnam county wednesday night saw some of the fanciest court performances of thet life when the famous Renaissance team of new York Defeated the Kautsky All americans. 56 to 45. On the Greencastle High school floor. The Victory was the third of the season for the rens in Competition with the Kautsky and for the entire 1938-39 Campaign was the 104th win in 111 starts. Sponsored by the american legion Post a Large crowd turned out to see the dazzling performance of the negro artists of new York and the hand picked Kautsky a. The rens took a commanding Lead at the outset of the game and held the upper hand at the Quarter 19 to 1. The new yorkers eased up in the second period while the Kautsky a chalked up 22 Points but it half time the rens still were far ahead leading 35 to 23. Quot Tarzan Cooper dropped in 13 Points in the opening half. Jenkins. The smallest Man on the Ren team tailed 11 Points in that round Sines former Purdue Star led the Kautsky a in the first Hoff with eight Points brazils hedge motor team Defeated the Greencastle All stars 33 to 29. In the opening game of the evening. Hoffman was the main gun in the Brazil lineup with 15 Points while Garl and Miller were High for the locals with seven each. Leroy Johnson. Dale Thompson Teddy Stone. John Hamm. Glen King. Curly Wlliams bomber Coffman and Donald Jones also saw action for the locals. The names of Whitman Cramer. Boyer. Brown. Kirshner and do Wen in the Brazil lineup were familiar ones of local net fans. Prague March 16�? ii Adolf j Hitler in a message to Gen. Walther Van Braucht sch. Command a in a Lief of the German army said today that the former Reich territory of Bohemia and Moravia Quot is under the sovereignty of greater Germany. A i to London papers denounce threats allege Hitler threatened to destroy Prague with air plane Fleet London. March 16.�? up a Adolf Hitler effected his a a protector to Quot Over the czech people by threatening to destroy Prague with passengers marooned removed to safety Marquette. M cd. March 16. A up passengers Board a Chicago and Northwestern train marooned in a Snow fir Ift were removed safely today and a second train stalled for hours in the upper Peninsulas worst blizzard of the Winter was Able to proceed. A Snow plow sent from neg Jun be to Aid the c. Amp n Vav. Train stalled near Sands took the eight passengers aboard to Ishpeming. Where they awaited another train to cont nue their journey. The Ashland express blocked by drifts in route from Milwaukee. Was freed by plows rites held today for Albert Burk Prague czechia. March 16. A up a Adolf Hitler guarded by thousands of bodyguards secret police agents and troops directed the a zif cation of czechia from h Storic Radzin Castle today while the czech people showed their bitter hatred of their conquerors. They had been kept indoors All night by a curfew so strict that not even foreign newspaper correspondents were permitted on the streets so Many of them spat on a window of the German travel Bureau which contained the Oak a picture of Hitler on View in Prague that the Glass no longer was transparent. The most intense interest attached to hitlers plans and the Prospect that he would appear in Public before the people who had shown is clearly their fierce resentment of his new Triumph. Anxiety uncertainty and denunciation of the German fuehrer a Assumption of Complete control of the czech Oreas of the dismembered czechoslovak Republic swept through Europe thiere was hardly a country so Small or so Remote that the repercussions of hitlers Swift merciless drive into Czechoslovakia were not Felt in it. In London newspapers charged that Hitler had won czech agreement to his protectorate Only by threatening to destroy Prague in a Gigantic Aerial bombardment. Newspapers which had supported the conservative party since the world War turned against prime minister Neville Chamberlain a and demanded that he Stop the German drive. In Yugoslavia crowds massed in Public squares to shout mown with. Rived Here yesterday Hitler Quot Down with Germany the government took a precautions Quot to strengthen its forces on the hungarian and austrian frontiers. In Romania. King Carol after calling up army reservists. Conferred with government and army chiefs. All army leaves were cancelled. In Poland. Gen. Stanislaw Skwark Zynski. Leader of the government trouble Here is a scene in Europe s latest trouble spot. It is the Public Square in Bratislava capital of Slovakia where heavy rioting broke out with mob dispersed by bayonets after Alexander Mach. Slovak Leader made a declaration of Independence from Balcony of theater Center. Slovakia is now a separate state. Signal to Fly. Newspapers charged today As britons bitterly denounced nazi Germany and demanded that the government prepare urgently for the possibility of War. I the news chronicle and the daily i Herald asserted that at an Early morning conference at Berlin yesterday Hitler angrily ordered president Emil Hacha of Czechoslovakia. To Telephone at once t Prague that he had consented to Hitler s decision a to tolerate no longer the existence of a separate czech Hitler told Hacha he had a already decided to Send his army into czech territory the newspapers said and added that if Hacha refused to Telephone Prague and order that there was to be no resistance he would Quot give the order immediately for the destruction of Prague by an air Fleet which was being held in it was believed possible that the 9 allegation came from a group of mysterious czech officials who a by air plume under close Scotland Yard guard. Reports said that among the refugees were Rudolf Benin. Czech Premier and Gen. Jan Syrovy War minister there was a further report that officials of the great Skoda Mun i tons works of Czechoslovakia i caped with secret plans which they did not want the germans to get. There were Many signs that the party announced that Poland was re Imph War a 1 7noaooo ready to roly on its own strength to guard its frontiers. North East South and West of Germany nations waited for a new move by Hitler each believing that it might come in any direction and at any time. Parade to Mark Spring opening automobile 1 1 a l its cooperate to give color to special i \ ent Greencastle a Spring opening planned next wednesday by local business firms cooperating with the Greencastle chamber of Commerce will be Given color through a Parade of the distinctive 1930 Auto Miles it was disclosed today by those in charge of the annual a vent in this City. Led by the Depauw University band the new automobiles from Greencastle motors inc. King Morrison Foster co., Putnam motor sales and Holly a Friendly service will be driven through the downtown business Section around the Square and then parked in reserved spaces on the East Side of the Square for Public inspection. The local motors dealers too will participate in the contest feature of the Spring opening. The dealers however will have their special contest merchandise displayed at their reserved spares on the East Side of the Square where the visitors will submit their guesses and thus make it unnecessary for them to go to the various showrooms. Along with the other merchants the Pautonu bile dealers ate planning to give valuable prizes to contest participants. They too Are anxious to have the shopping Public to inspect the Many new models to be included in to Parade. The Many local merchants participating in Spring opening Are making elaborate plans to make the event one of the most successful Ever county Home be. Leaders met wed. Miss Martin of a mite Shiki on general is it-,11 t of will Iii re it Nokk at Dupai w ii Pei. Former Hoac Dalk resident passed away tuesday czechs who remained in Bohenna and Moravia after the separation of Slovakia and Caryalho ukrainian meant much More than did the Triumph at Munich when if11lor got sudetenland. There were s Igns also that this new Triumph might. Mean More for or me minister Neville Chamberlain. After the Munich conference newspapers and people though show j ing their dismay that he had con d am not offering you a Utopia heated to the dismemberment of but the. Blue print for a slightly bet Czechoslovakia a partial Dis Mem Ter America and i think you will Berment preliminary to the big of make will Duranl poll Sophei Erat Lon it proved he had at least and historian told Depauw univer safeguarded peace sity students in a Guy Morrison a a a. Walker foundation lecture wednes pm Denman of Cal. Day morning. He offered practical hot s of Vav l suggestions for improvement of the five weak links in the National Chain the possible decay of our political i system our moral code our family the Putnam county Home eco Nomica loaders training meeting was held in the court House wednesday March 15. Miss Meta k. Martin Purdue specialist spoke on the general subject of Leisure. She defined 1 Leisure As Quot having time to do the things you want to do after you do the things you must she stated that women of Indiana quite generally. Do have Leisure time. This is evidenced by the fact that the number of clubs and club membership have increased during the past year. Increased interest has also been shown in chorus work and increased attendance was noted at the conference at Purdue in january. From a study of 559 women it was found that they had an average of four hours of Leisure per Day miss Martin gave the following quotation it would be utterly futile to give any person detailed instructions As to How he should spend the particular portion of Leisure he happens to have. It would cease to be Leisure if he had to use it according to Rule. All you can do by Way of educating him for Leisure is to make him familiar with the Field where the liner opportunities exist the Field of skill in games und still More in Art and Craft and then train him As an All round Man a Good judge of values capable of making his own Choice and developing his own technique. Or. Lawrence p. Jacks. Miss Martin spoke of hobbles As Leisure time activities defining a rating stores will unveil their win i of at 7 of clock wednesday evening at which time the downtown visitors Are urge submit guesses As to the amount of merchandise displayed. Each store will Gilt a valuable merchandise prize to the person who guesses nearest the total value. Don la is. Fails to equal own record Denman. And our Ket ,iv\aioi.is livestock re cel Ptg Hob lovers 155. Of neurally steady. 160-200 �7.55-17.75 250- i00 lbs., $7.20-wm00 lbs. $6t0-$7.10 100-lbs s6.60-i7.35. Sows $6.50-$7. Ole Koo. Calves 500. All classes no fairly Active and fully a medium and Good Short fed �?T#�25-110.50. Mostly $ll.25-$10. Medium and Good heifers Scalers 50c higher top Albert Burk 91 years old. Formerly a resident of Roachdale. Passed away after a Short illness of pneumonia at the Home of his daughter. Mrs Anan Lane in Lebanon tuesday. Two daughters preceded him in death mrs. Lou Burk of Montezuma and mrs. Lillie Bymaster of Ladoga. Surviving also Are nine grand children and twelve great grandchildren. The body was taken to the Roachdale Christian Church at noon thursday and funeral services were held at two of clock with Rev. Stanley Hall of Rosedale in charge. Burial Wai in the Ladoga cemetery. A a a. B. Hanna was admitted to the Putnam county Hospital this morning for treatment. 20 years ago in Greencastle life our economic system soil. A we need statesmen not politicians a said or. Durant. Quot we need schools to train statesmen a Public a cottage prayer meeting for col opinion which will make use of these a Ege Avenue Hureh was to be held men and will Rise above he political at the Home of or. And mrs. H. C. Machine Type of he rambo West Walnut Street cup turned that the machine wants at the meeting of the High school dramatic club. Cena Brothers gave a piano Solo. Gertrude Cook and Antonio Cancilla gave readings. The Penelope club met with mrs car Confer. High school notes John Allee jr., r graduate of last year received Woid of his admission to West Point in june. He was editor in chief of undertaken in this City. The Coop Hobby As Quot the Pursuit of a chief interest Over a period of time for pleasurable this was followed by a discussion of the Educa-1 to View the windows and tonal value the social economic psychological and physiological aspects Anil the recuperative value of hobble. Quilt making As a creative Hobby was discussed. Miss Martin displayed three quilts and told of their history. Thirteen quilts were exhibited by club members. County officers attending the meeting were mrs. Walter Dorsett. President mrs. Dennis Jones Vic president and mrs. Leo Terry Sec continued in a no two i do Neluie Home damaged by fire roof badly burned and w Ter damaged one Story ii ouse considerably not Able men. But manageable men it will nominate exceptional men Only rarely and then for political expediency. To fire employees . Ind. March 16. Up John k. Jennings state spa director today promised to fire in last year s annual mediately and prosecute any a it ministrative or supervisory employees of the we a who Are caught engaging in politics. Activity Captain Glenn Tucker sent a wireless message from a transport nearing new York that to would a Toul in new York within a Short time. State farm Eire causes $20.000 damage Short. Before ii of Louk Robert w likes noticed Blaze employees ans Weed All Goth Mirasolo it in Tern haute d it a risen it idled no Seq trip Mcnol saved fire fighters Early today brought i under control terrific a Sze at the Indiana sent farm South of this Cit it. Which raged several hours Anil caused r Loas estimated As High As $2-\ Khz by supt. Floyd Semtner. Shortly before 11 of clock wednesday night Captain Robert Wilkes of Manhattan noticed a Blaze in the Vicinity of the farms Blacksmith shop win n he reported for duty an immediate checkup revealed that the entire shop was aflame and that the fire was rapidly spreading to other Section. A Crew of Between 75 and 85 state farm employees answered the Call to fight the fire As soon As the alarm was Given. The Greencastle fire department was summoned to the scene when it was found that the fire was out of control. The Brazil and Terre haute departments too were Given a hurried Call and responded Long with the local department. V. L. Bowers assistant sup Rin pendent of the farm took charge of the fire fighting Crews. He called out 120 inmates from no. 6 a Lor Mitory to assist the rep farm staff and out of town 1 depart a ments in battling the abroad Long flames. The fire had reached such proportions in the Blacksmith shop when discovered that it was impossible to save any equipment and the Crews through fast work were Able to remove the 40 officers passenger cars and farm trucks from the garage before that Structure was destroyed by the fire. The fire fighters were aided in their efforts in preventing the fire leaching the farm s Power Plant by a Strong wind Cut of the West. Located just South of the burning Structure. The Power Plant was in constant danger for nearly two hours during which time the flames were at a Peak. The cold wind although it increased the Strain under which the firemen and volunteers carried on their difficult work was sufficiently Strong to keep the Blaze Clear of the Plant. The machine shop located immediately North of the blazing building and where highly inflammable materials had been stored also was kept from being a total loss through a severe West wind. However the South Wall of the machine shop was badly damaged. In the Large building where the fire did severe damage was housed the farms Carpenter shop and when this unit was destroyed the equipment was damaged. To ravaging flames left saws lathes cutters and other valuable equipment just a mass of worthless debris. The administration building dormitories. Hulls and other structures on the West Section of the grounds were never in danger although a change in the wind Likely would have caused the fire to spread to these units. As it was the pieces of flying fire were carried by the wind into the Quarry where they did no real damage. The Brick Walls separating the Blacksmith shop from the Carpen terms shop gave in to the terrific Blaze soon after officer Wilkes made i the discovery making it impossible for either building or its equipment i to by saved. The fire was visible in the sky for a distance of from 10 to 15 Miles i Between 11 of clock wed Ltd in night and Midnight and hundreds of persons were attracted to the farm by the spectacular sight. Tie building which was destroyed was approximately 150 fee Long by a a Del nerd on in Nizic i Woi Don lash former Indiana in Lac sity track Star and a nationally known contender and Winner in track events but now a state police officer Sta omd at the Putnamville Barracks failed it the Dartmouth College track at Hanover. N. Yesterday. To equal his own record in the indoor two mme event by three full seconds. John Bolcon. Negro who is the sensation this season of the indoor events was Winner of the event in which lash competed. Boric on after the contest said he would hive made even faster time had there been the fire department was called to Job. 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Pace makers working with him and the Home of mrs. Ralph Doniehue on today a weather 0 the absence of such Pace makers is East Hanna Street at about two of believed to have slowed lash a we. Clock wednesday afternoon. It is a a he ran his first mile in 4 25.5. Only supposed that Sparks from the Chim a one second behind his schedule with Ney fired the roof of the residence. 00000000000 Paco-m., ahead of him. But when the ent re roof was badly burned and fair tonight and Friday not so they retired he was unable to meet water did considerable Damn a to the cold in Northwest p. Etton tonight one Story House. Most of the fur a a we it nature my clothing was saved but masons to enjoy a a new were lost and some of St Patricks Day dance the clothes were badly soiled the members of the Greencastle a House was partially covered by in sonic xxx age will enjoy a St. Patrick a Durance. Day dance at the Temple this eve living in the House besides mrs. Ning at eight of clock. The music Wil Doniehue a re or. And mrs. Robert be furnished by foe Mccartney ind i Etter and baby and or and mrs. His band. To addition to dancing. Johnson. They were not Able to there will be chinese checkers and estimate the amount Oil damage Bridge for those who do not dance. I caused by the Baze. His pre arranged schedule. Rising temperature Friday. Minimum. 2.3 6 a. M. 23 7 a. M. 23 8 a. M. As 9 a. M. At 10 a. M. 9. 10 11 a. Tit. .31 noon. A a. .32 1pm. 34 2 p. M. 34
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