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Greencastle Daily Banner (Newspaper) - March 21, 1939, Greencastle, Indiana0 Nik i Filer Lim it warmer a my l 1 the daily Banner a it Waves for ally a a United press service All the Home news a. A a a a i v a i a a i a Bukent , Indiana tuesday March 21, no. 133 kerosene by hns fatal Huntington intl., March 21.�? chd be is Grill Ltd Dunn Miqui a nut a i Viarn Dili i ill Iii. Burns in a kerosene expo non caused the death today of Char my a die directors i. Iterator of tav Shleif tje Obue Mali monday in my Abdomen lit to ii Here whet his eni Lilion Quot As on soldered , today ye1 Mai in in a y a the n i con Iii Hospital in i in Rose of Pititti d. 05 i shot through the Vern at Roachdale As reported in a in the Putnam tue Lay. Where it. Ambulance follow 1c shooting. Roy Ltd that a tavern wit. 2<\1 he shot in self elected at dinner Mon. Today of Char ies Simmons 20 years old a farm hand. The kerosene exploded As lie was pouring it into a stove at his Home. The House and All the furnish chamber of Commerce held Ings were destroyed. Dinner meeting at go by n Quot right funeral to be wednesday afternoon Bishop i ghe5 to be speaker Bishop Edwin Holt Hughes. Of treasurers Washington. D. C., has been signed to be Spencer High school commencement speaker on May 16. Iii Rich report Given Riff la1 n the sir to admit 11 lid that a. You a Over hi.1 a later and of the Offu v Cia hum investing and said that the shooting. But m Dicot came into his ii the Day and started said lie a Billaro i and at that time be Ieav the tavern. He in the Day Young Al Lai cd another Row. Dicot Drew a gun on tend him and the i i boat then followed Man is a big fellow than 200 pounds and High. Malicoat is Well 1 Roachdale ved for several years. Reported he had been in liquor activities to m i to s shooting affair. And shooting to take i in Pic. A i county during this eri1>. Feb uary a negro was t shot in a Brawl in South Hill it ther Neghiu but it i so Yigui i to have been in sen Kirlic Monts were re by ind jury which invest that Cash. Sli Tings Are the first to jul. I this county in Many Coa shot in the Abdomen e i it rated the in tes i Cipot place. Making halt i Vor serious and attending Jia surgeons who worked uni a a my hours monday Arn a the l his condition to be a Vii the shooting Malicoat 1 physicians office and Ltd in Aid a doctor. I feel Funn a own the doctor at 1 lower part of the and v i. The queer feeling was i Hole made by a 32-Cal. I punctured the lower r. T times entering from an i passing Diagonal Abdomen toward the e Backbone where it May Issue Stop Hitler declaration will express determination to resist further aggression expected in in hours great Britain France Russia Llave agreed to take the leadership Paris March 21 up Premier edouard Daladier acting under emergency Powers announced today that the class of army conscripts due for release in april would be held with the colors. At the same time he put War industries on a 61 hour week basis to ensure a big increase in production. William a. All. Ii. Personnel director of l. S. Ayres was principal speaker services for mrs. Mary e. Wright who died yesterday at her Home in Putnamville will be held from the Rector funeral Home in Greencastle wednesday afternoon at 2 o clock. The service will be conducted by the Rev. Dallas Rissler of Reelsville. Interment will be in Forest Hil cemetery. Friends who wish to see mrs. Wright May Call at the funeral Home this evening and tomorrow prior to the service. Pall bearers will be grandsons of the deceased. Invite Public to Spring opening wednesday i \ of to night Parade and window contest planned a Spring arrived today and Green-1 Dow ,j0 Fri fury Tudle Quot a Forl a Castle merchants were Al ready to ku0ss is male is to that it Cash Valuim of celebrate the 1930 arrival with an the do play it d All persons Over pageant of dress r will be presented the Grcen Castle chamber of Commerce in its annual dinner meeting at the Gobin memorial Church monday evening elected four directors who. With the hold Over directors will form the Board for this year. This entire number w 11 meet next to Aid organization in test Friday noon at the College inn at c Hildren for tuber luncheon and will elect the officers of the organization for the current unusual Spring opening wednesday nigh. The special event will get underway at 7 of clock tomorrow Evert no and continue until 9 of clock. The local stores cooperating with the chamber of Commerce in the open no feature will remain open during these hours. The shops will follow their usual closing hour but will re of p at v. A Parade in the downtown District will initiate the evenings festivities. 16 years of age Are eligible. Following the Parade the automobile dealers will display their new cars in a reserved space on the East Side of the Public Square. Visitor s Are urged to Stop at the display and take part in the contests planned by Tho dealers. Local merchants have Sucic tied this year in obtaining the finest of Spring Ami easter merchandise for the evening and Advance information indicates that this Springs assert Germany is made Public it ondi a ins dismemberment of Luzj a Hosi it it Una questions permanency a May arouse indignation. Merit is the greatest Ever 1 and a Mammoth crowd is expected ,. Here. The visitors Are asked to Stop t Ulkosis lion with which Young was Given by the for Law Ronce Graham l put sheriff Tom l gone to Roachdale at of Young immediately first of the disputes a Short barrelled filie makers Namand to cartridges which had remainder of the the first shot by coat missed him. The is raid Malicoat Hail by the officers. At once hurried to a Only Hospital in an ill physician whom he More detailed sex the Hospital revealed nature of his injuries it is said entered the Oon after 12 of clock dispute but was eject immediately. Young Riff and the latter and Tiff hurried to Roach-1 while they were on the i to stories of the Hap-1 oat entered the tavern out his gun. And was ung before the officers 1 f Malicoate a grievances of ins second Entrance a it a was that Young had a Triff. Several witnesses who 1 Quot it least a a it of the in booting Une of them Drew a gun on Young i 11 evasion of the former s 1 the tavern and that tall Eoal n r that head 1 o i it it which broke from a this witness said that a Ifni the tavern a of through a rear door with Hudz Keck that each of 1 h bottle of Beer and ii that Keck left but that London. March 21 up a Leclar Atlon condemning Germany a annexation of Czechoslovakia and a pressing determination to resist any further German aggression May b. Given by a new a Stop Hitler Quot bloc f Powers within 48 hours it was mde stood today. Great Britain France and the soviet Union were understood to have agreed to take the leadership. It was reported that Tho British government had sent instructions to its envoys a a Poland Rumania Bulgaria. Turkey Yugoslavia and Greece urging their adherence to a nine Power declaration 1 condemning Germany s absorption of Czechoslovakia Imi refusing to recognize its legality. 2 proclaiming their readiness to oppose any new act of aggression. 3 expressing determination to remain on constant a insulation among themselves with a View of organizing common action in event of an emergency. Great Britain s close consultation with powerful Russia whose army is new estimated to number 2,000,000 ind 2,500,000 men remained the most important feature of the site a Tion which resulted from hitlers March into Czechoslovakia. Russia had suggested to Britain it was understood thu convocation of a in Power conference including Russia Britain. France Rumania Poland and Turkey to form a peace bloc pledged to oppose nazi expansionism. Britain countered with a proposal for a nine Power anti aggression declaration. To be followed if necessary by a formal conference aimed at agreeing on a a Stop Hitler Quot program. A put two companies to be merged Northern Indian a Power <50. Dec in Art of its holding company year. The directory elected monday evening Are Harry Allan. R. E. Brown Jake Eitel and r a. Mullins. Those who hold Over Are Joe Bamberger Paul Boston. E. A. Browning Frank Cannon. Sam Hanna. Fred of hair and c. Tucker. Guests of the Commerce at the dinner meeting were David Grimes county farm agent or. Smith of the feed and gain business and or. Weasner. Of the mid West Stone company. The report of treasurer Fred l. Of hair was presented to the group and was received with approval. Seme features were discussed. President r. P. Mullins As chairman of the meeting asked it a United Effort to save the tract on line As a Public Utility far Grcen Castle and Putnam county. There will be an Effort made for this purpose. Chairman Jake Eitel. Of the merchants committee spoke of the difficulties experienced in the enforcement of the new peddle so ordinance of the City and some other phases of the work of that committee chairman Mullins introduced r. E. Brown to present the evenings speaker who was William a. Allen personnel director of the l. S. Ayres store in Indianapolis with 1.700 employees under his care. Or. Allen has spoken on other occasions in Greencastle and was received with a warmth which bespoke a very Friendly feeling on the part of those who had heard him. As Well As those who were to listen to him for the first time. Or. Allen said in a conversation before he started his address that he Felt More free in speaking publicly when there were hecklers in the audience who would ask hard questions j thus giving him pegs upon which to hang his remark. He uses no manuscripts. He said he was cured of that habit years ago. When he was to speak in the Blackstone hotel in Chicago. He had a manuscript on that occasion and had been up in his room practising speaking from it. With appropriate gestures and other trimmings All dependant upon the manuscript but. When he was presented to his audience of that occasion. Down in the banquet room he was horrified to find he a i left his invaluable manuscript up in his room eight floors above. Or. Allen stressed his belief that the problems of a director of the personal welfare of 1700 employees Are exactly the same As those of a person who has hut one employee or j Ard Many persons withdrew Bank As those of a firm which has thou holdings in fear of International con an event of great interest to the women of Greencastle is to be pre need at Tho High schoo auditorium thursday. Maich 30. At 3 30 a a clock at that Tom group a. Of tii Kappa will present the a pageant of a sequence of models will show the Stylos and costumes of yesterday. Following which display the modes will illustrate a lecture by mrs. Freda s. Robinson a recognized style authority from Indianapolis. Mrs. Robinson will give a detailed discussion on proper accessories combination of colors and the Correct style of dress for different types of women. A make up expert also from Indianapolis. Will discuss the Art of make up. The dresses worn by the models will be taken from the select Stock of Prevo Brothers. The very latest styles and Mode will be shown and explained in detail. The Eitel Floral company is supplying Palms and plants to serve As a background for the Modele. Mrs. John Cartwright and mrs. Lafayette Levan Porter Are chairmen of the committee for this pageant. In charge of ticket sales Are miss Elizabeth Rariden and mrs. S. R. Rariden for the period style show Are mrs. N. O hair mrs. Lafayette Levan Porter. Mrs. Ned Wood mrs g. D. Rhea modern style a How. Mrs. Paul Cook mrs. Marshall Abrams. Mrs. Glen Lyon and miss Virginia Rariden in to be on hand to witness the Demon Stratton. Many specialities have been arranged by the enterprising merchants in Hope of making this years sprig opening one of interest to All it tending. The Depauw University band directed by prof. B. W. Berge Thor. Will Lead the Parade. All the Tew Model automobiles will be included in the Lin of March. Tomorrow afternoon local shops will cover their windows in preparation for the unveiling at 7 of clock. The merchants Are arranging attractive displays for the interest of the crowd expected downtown tomorrow evening for the unveiling of the windows. As Well As enjoy the other spec Rialti m. Valuable Merchante awards will be Given by each store taking part in the contest. The winners at each shop will be the contest participants guessing nearest the actual value of the merchandise displayed in the windows. Ballot boxes will be provided in each store where contestants can place their guesses after studying the merchandise in the windows. No obligation is imposed on any participant the Only requirement being that the win at All the stores when downtown tomorrow night inspect the new Spring lines whether they plan to make purchases now or later. The shops will be glad to show the variety of new merchandise to the shopping Public during the special two Hou. Opening. The. E in charge of the event urge the visitors and contestants to go to every Stiop taking part in the contest. The shoppers Are eligible to compete for awards at each of the 20 stores taking part. In addition to taking part in the window contests the downtown visitors will see the extent of the Fine merchandise by visiting each of the stores. The list of window contest awards follows cannons certificate for $5.00 Worth of merchandise. Eitele a Flowers White Ivory stand Complete with plants value $4.00. The fashion shop new $2.98 Spring dres. Floc nor a drugs $3 00 Box of chocolates. Greencastle motors inc., 5 lubrication jobs value $5.00. I it it n f i ii or it on in ii u two la nned k pling or Sld it informed on Brit i to a a in office action Washington March 21.�? up the uni 1 states made Public today a formal note to Gorman condemning its dismemberment of Czechoslovakia Refus no to recon no to the legs la to of its prot eos Rafes czech provinces. And the permanency of its Over form quash zoning seizures. The note Chi the which was delivered to be d iffa res Hans Thomsen at German embassy pcs Gerdav was lamer Likely candidate for l i Elliott Roosevelt made statement her Texas state network fort Worth Tex. March 21 it it Billiott Roosevelt said last night that vice president John n. Garner was a in the Drivers scat right now. Well in the Lead As a Likely charge of stage mrs. Democratic candidate for the Presl a Villard Sunkel mrs. Wayne Pell. Mrs. Beemer havens Ami mrs. Alice Smith. Mrs. H h. Brooks or. And mrs. E h. Collinsjr. The proceeds from this pageant will he used to help defray the expense of testing the Greencastle school children for tuberculosis. Fear increases during conference Many rum a in \ is withdraw Bank holdings in fear of conflict Bucharest. Rumania March 21 a up nervousness increased rapidly in Bucharest today As King cared engaged in a series of urgent conf Menees with Cabinet. Political ind military leaders. Hoarding of food and other commodities intense merger of the Northern Indiana Power company into its holding company the Central Power company to effect tax savings and simplify financial Structure is forecast in their annual report released today. Applications for authority to effect the merger be filed shortly with regulatory bodies a letter to the stockholders said. Also announced was action by officials in seeking to acquire that part of the tract on Light and Power company a Utility which is adjacent to Northern a holdings. Reporting a reduction of Industrial consumption of electricity during 1938, the companies together showed a net increase of $61.133.90 Over be. Income of $359.173.70 for 19.17. A deficit of $3.147.017 26 remained at the close of 1938 in the consolidated surplus account due to write off of property abandoned and providing for investment reserves. The report said that average Sands of them. What the speaker had to say about the various ways in which the Large businesses that ire Modem in their method handle the welfare of their employees doubtless gave Many of his hearers new lines of thought he said the Day has passed when an employer can say to an employee do it my Way or he spoke of the continued on i nist two insurance men elect officers plan r e g i la a r m o n t ii l y meetings to be held in the future Flint. It was announced that the signing of a commercial agreement with Germany set for yesterday had been postponed a for a Day or two because seme details which off vials said wore minor r remained to be settled. It was rumoured Here hut not confirmed. That hungarian troops a 1 been concentrated Neir Tho rumanian Frontier and that four German columns were advancing rapidly across Slovakia toward Tho car Patho Ulm Indian area which Hungary has occupied. Reservists of Tho rumanian second army corps stationed Here expected a Call to the colors at any time. President Lehnin leaves for London Plency in the 1940 however to withheld opinion on the final out com a the second son of president Roosevelt. Who has been reported at Odds with the vice president said that Garner was a by All signs and portents the Leader of the conservative Branch of the democratic party. Speaking Over the Texas state network Young Roosevelt said a there is Little room for i doubt that or. Garner and the president of the United states have travelled Sepa Rato roads since the Winter of 1937.�?� a reports have it that the vice president became so incense Over the administrations handling of the sit Down strike situation that he quit Washington and returned to Uvalde a garners Texas Home for a six month a vacation a Roosevelt said. A since his return his opinions have been at variance with the presidents As to the path being taken by the democratic Roosevelt said that As a a party Man. And seeing p. Return to conservatism As evidenced by the election results of last Garner was reported 1 to have requested frequently a that the administration sense the trend and bring the democratic party into a Moro conservative align men a he described Garner As having a tremendous Power in governmental affaire. A the is regarded by Many democrats As the surest stabilizing influence in Washington a Roosevelt said. State visit expected to assume status of urgent conference Paris. March 21 a up Percsi Dent albeit Lebrun left for London today for a four Day state visit t it King George which was expected u assume the status of an urgent. Franco British conference on preparations for a War. The president s last official a was to sign 16 emergency decrees giving the Cabinet Blanket Powers to put France on a War foot no by or do ring Industrial and partial military motorization under the near data trial Powers conferred on the gov run mint by parliament. Premier edouard Daladier acted promptly on the decrees by starting a a secret partial mobilization of thou meantime i Sands of Reserve officers and Specia-1 Reat Britain lists to reinforce Tho Maginot defense line opposite the Gem an Frontier and provide Skeleton organizations for Many Reserve divisions. Fewer tourney tickets received ducats will be disk ii ted first among Sti dents. Team Tea it piers expected t amuse the ind nation of Adolf 11 Der Anil o her High nazi of fico als it w s prepared by acting Secretary of state Sumner Welles in collaboration with president Roosevelt As an answer to Germany a formal not Ficat on of its action. The note repeated the denunciation of nazi a Wanton lawlessness a which Welles made at a press conference Friday and informed Germany that the United states cannot Grant Legal recognition of its acts. Welles has condemned nazi a facts which have resulted in temporary extinguish ment of the liberties of a free and Independent delivery of the note climaxed a series of a Short of War moves by the administration As a protest against nazi aggression. 1. The Senate foreign affairs com m t tee plea red to begin consideration tomorrow of a Hill by chairman 1 key Pittman. D Nev. That would permit munitions sales to it any country on a a Cash and carry basis and free the president from Many of the a Estrict on of the present neutrality Law state War and Navy department officials were expected to endorse the Bill. 2. The Stile department ordered to legation at Prague to be closed and summoned its minister to Czechoslovakia. Wilbur j Carr to return heme. 3. The Commerce department ordered its Commey Cal attache at Prague to close his office thus virtually cutting off 111 Trade Intercourse with Germany and its new territory a acquisitions. 4 the Commerce department also reported that Germany a annexation of Austria and Tho sudetenland has a influenced profoundly and a Iver Selys Germany a Oconno c is Tion that co1 Man finances Are a showing f Stra s. Ambassador to Joseph p Kennedy the Putnam county association of insurance agents met monday night at the Lucaa Collins office. At the organization meeting the following officers were elected president. John Rightsell vice president. Homer Sands of Bainbridge Secretary treasurer Galen Irwin of Russellville. Monthly use of electricity by resident regu a month a meetings will be tial customers in 1938 was 48.2 kilo future wry dinner wat hours a gain of 15.6 Over 19.12, average monthly service Bills totalled a $2.49 compared to $2.35 in 1932. Act v i and started to a cording to the report avenge con Quot a it i to curse Young and sumption in 1938 was nearly 50 per it even with him for1 cent greater than in 1932 but costs a Quot in Gourd of pact inti increased Only 6 per cent. Meeting planned for May 3. There mrs. Jesse Allee Byrd was among the sick. Miss Margaret Emily Mcgaughey entertained the boys and girls Home guard. Seven owners of land on big Walnut below the interurban Bridge West will be an outstanding speaker pres of town filed suits for $2.000 Damag ent at this meeting. Directors will is each alleging the construction of also be elected. The Bridge and elevated approach fifteen agents were present Mon Jover big Walnut diverted he regular Day evening. I course of the Stream. Protest troops William Bishop principal of the local High school reported today that Greencastle has received Only 170 tickets to the state basketball tournament to be held in Indianapolis saturday of this week. This is 100 less than was sent Here lust year. Or. Bishop said he had already orders for 270 tickets and had had some of these for several months. The students teachers members of the team and the coach will be Given a Chance to buy tickets first and the remaining ones will be distributed in the Best Way possible. People who have asked for More than one ticket will be disappointed Public school As the number must be limited. Was keeping the prod it informed on British foreign office aet on and the stiffening res it once of european democracies to hitlers a March to Tho it was doubted that this country would take any direct part in a concerted move to a Stop h tier other than to continue invoking economic sanctions such As the placing of the German him czech prov tones on the foreign tide blacklist and imposing 25 per cent penalty duties against nazi goods entering this country. Major Obs Tad to any direct participation was Bel ave 1 to be s Roug Congress a Nal sentiment against involvement in european affairs. Although Pittman a Bill was expected to be approved there will by Strong oppo tic n firm is Dation iat senator to Sale of munitions to any country even on a a Cash and i carry the Public school Spring cat on will Start at Tho end of the school Day wednesday. April 5. Rather than the week previous As had been announced earlier. The s will make the and College vacation come in the same week. Ca1ko. Key it. March 21 1 i Ink sent pkt1tion Premier Mohamed Muhmud Pash a has pro Steil to italian ambassador count Seraf no Mazzolini against italian troop reinforcements on the Egypt Libya Frontier and advised him the t if they continue Egypt and great Britain Wal take adequate measures to Frontier. O a o o a o o 0 0 0 0 to a1.1.0&Quot smoking 0 today a weather 0 Richmond ind. March 21. A up sixteen Earlham College Stu a. It Lents have petitioned the faculty for l0c�u temperature a an a Boas so in the desert. 0 �9� 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 they presented a petition to of fair tonight and wednesday War facials asking that the 92-year-old Mer tonight and wednesday except Rule prohibiting smoking on the Cam in extreme Northwest portion cd pus be modified to permit the Stu mesday. Dents to smoke in one or two specs parliament called Kaunas. Lithuania. March 21. Up parliament met in emergency session today. Members had been summoned by Telephone. Deputies for the Memel area did not participate. The session came after reports at Berlin that the status of Memel. A former German territory under lithuanian sovereignty would be a a settled this week. Tied spots. Rutledge Nomin vied Washington. March 21 up a president Roosevelt today nominated whey Blount Rutledge. Or. Dean of the Iowa University Law school As an associate Justice of the District of Columbia court of appeals. Minimum 6 a. M. 7 a. M. 8 a. M. 9 a. M. 10 a. M. 11 a m. 29 30 31 35 41 47 50 noon. 55 1 p. A. 55 2 p. M. .0 55
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