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Greencastle Daily Banner (Newspaper) - May 3, 1939, Greencastle, IndianaA 0 a Yoff weather fu�1 a it i warmer v tt9 the daily Banner a it Waves for ally 8j it of Nikki press service a i. The Home news la my forty seven Greencastle Indiana Quot wednesday May 3, 1939. No. 170 insiders proposals for Russia three Power v ux1 not a woe 1.1 fight against aggression Wiest personal it Seetin i to far a with problem of the a cry sin hostility Between Germany and Poland Bon. May 3. Up great m offered today to take Adolf a a up on ids peace promises. Min 3ter Neville chamber Tow h0 House of commons that by to con Aktor give Germany reciprocal assurances non apr Sion such As Hitler Reto give in Blanket form to knt i Sevelt but which he of to neg w the individual is. Again Chamberlain denied e or intention of encircling Jim. Annual business meeting first Baptist Church the annual business meeting of the first Baptist Church will in held this thursday evening. It will be preceded by a covered dish supper at 6 30 of clock. Members Are requested to bring their favorite covered dish with table s vice for self and family. Reports Are expected from All officers. Boards and committees. All members of the Church and congregation Are cordially invited. London. May 3�? at it a the Binet met today to approve new Sals for drawing Russia into a d three Power military Alliance would fight to defend any euro country against aggression plan was to be submitted to i Mai sky. Soviet ambassador for Mission to Litvinov. K suggestion under discussion Here that Litvinov lord Halifax. Brit foreign Secretary and Georges net. French foreign minister Ario a personal conference at the Opportunity which would come the league of nations Council to at Geneva May 15. Other problems facing the t today were the increasing Mility Between Germany and poll Over the Danzig question and tests by prime minister Eamon i of Eire against any British met to conscript men from North Ireland into the British army. A Danzig problem will reach a Friday morning when polish Ier Josef Beck addresses his lament in reply to Adolf hitlers a of last week demanding Dan a a Roadway across the polish a a Idor to East Prussia. Was reported that Beck would a a blistering reply and that he t go so far As to declare a polish electorate Over the free port of brother of clo f it Dale Man Dies Claude Beck of Cloverdale is a brother of the late Nathan e. Beck. 52 years old who died tuesday morning in Terre haute. The deceased was a retired Railroad employee starting with the Pennsylvania lines in 1912 and later becoming connected with the big four. To was born on Parke county. Funeral services will be held thursday afternoon at 1 of clock at the residence 2039 North 26th Street in Terre haute and the interment will be in the Calcutta cemetery North of Harmony. Brandon Speaks at Hijii school . Of Indiana farm Bureau spoke on perspex Tive addl1 Money awarded for enlargement Hospital Board officials announce receipt of additional $4,983 work progressing rapidly new heating Plant in under const motion and excavation work caused additional Costa a if our eyes were fixed on the great perspective Given Long ago on the shores of Galilee there would be no War no hunger no problems said Larry Brandon Secretary treasurer of the Indiana farm Bureau tuesday while speaking to the student body of the local High school on a Hwte Are today a he said a making drafts on the draft Board of life. We look at some things and it is hard to say whether they Are real but we must fix our perspective today on the vanishing Point that has no end. We must find ourselves in service self sacrifice and in helping the other fellow. We must think in terms of the general welfare and not in terms of class legislation. A America must come Back to the ten commandments to get out of the mess we Are in. We must come Back to the things that made America great in the Day of the speaker emphasized the fact officials of the Putnam county Hospital Board announced today that the government had awarded an additional $4.933.00 to the Board making a total of $43.363 to match the sum of $50,000 raised by the Hospital to Complete the enlargement of the Hospital building. The work was started some time ago and is progressing rapidly. The Annex to the Hospital will soon be available for use and will relieve a lot of the congestion that has been experienced during the past year. In addition to the addition of the Hospital Wing a new heating Plant is under construction and the excavation work is what has caused the additional costs. Solid Rock has been encountered in the work and recently the county Council made an additional appropriation which along with that coming from the government. Makes a grand total of $96,363.00 available for the completion of All the work. The interurban the fact that a dozen interested Greencastle people visited the Public service commiss on hearing on abandoning the inter Urban line on tuesday resulted in the bringing of the hearing Here at a future Date at which t me As Many witnesses As ure needed be heard. Greencastle people will miss the traction More than Many realize and the More evidence that can be submitted for its continuance. The better it will be at present there Are 18 men living in this City who Are directly connected with it. They own their Homes in most instances and if it is abandoned will be temporarily without employment. As a convenience. It furnishes an outlet for Depauw students who not being permitted to use autos use it extensively in coining and going to their Homes Ami on week end Hal Days. In addition it pays Sev Quot Era. Thousands of dollars in taxes in the three townships through which it passes we believe every Effort should be made to retain it. The observer choral units Convene Here next tuesday fati Iek son banquet meet \ i c tonight at Gobin Church "1 t h j Llis More than 30 1 students from five c cities to take part in festival combined groups to appear Bedford. Frankfort Martinsville. and Greencastle to be represented that we must be glad for the Rural Zig and Send polish troops to of. Communities because it is they which y it. British authorities doubted a furnish Many of the merchants lawyers. And men of substance not Only in their own communities but in the cities. A it is up to us a said or. Brandon a to be ready willing and Able to take Over and to come Back to the things which made America a a would act rashly but were de by some of the defiant Ges exhibited in Poland. It was bounced for one thing that Beck 1 mimic Hitler by having Stefan Bomurski polish charge do affaires Berlin hand a copy of his speech great in the Days of the German foreign office five nutes before he starts speaking. London. May 3 a up Britain tat ively offered Germany a Mutu pm cd against aggror8ion today i at that a a me time made counter Powals to Moscow designed to g soviet Russia into a european Agat. N pact with Britain and annual play to be Given Friday on e there was a Princess to be presented by High school seniors prime minister Neville chamber a 1 told aus Stoner in the House of that the government would 1 a it to consider giving Germany in local. Uraners against Daggres Kirby Page spoke tuesday after Noc it no the United states will never make full use of her resources until the mass of the american people has the purchasing Power to command capacity output of the now Idle machinery Money and men a said Kirby Page author and lecturer to a group of Depauw students and faculty tuesday afternoon. He added that to have this purchasing Power there must be a movement away from the congestion of privilege and Power that comes from the control of property. A to make private property available to everybody we must do away with private control of Large sources of Power a he said. A Only education can make cooperation instead of self interest the basis of each citizens actions both As a citizen and As an economic unit a continued or. Page. A and this cooperation is the Christian Way of Maurice Kivett named to office elected executive Secretary of 7th District t future Farmers of i. S. Maurice Kivett of Jefferson Tom ship. A senior and a student in vocational agriculture in the Greencastle High school was elected executive Secretary of the seventh District future Farmers of America at a meeting of delegates and advisors of All of the chapters of that organization in this District held tue Day evening in the High school buld ing in Greencastle. It will be a pail of or. Kivett s duties to handle am the business of the chapters of the future f Myers of America in this d strict a 1 to meet with state officials and cooperate with them in planning the state program. Next year or. Kivett will enrol in the Purdue school of agriculture. At the meeting tuesday even no Greencastle was designated As the place at which the Public speak contest will be held next year it will be sponsored by the local chapter of boys. More than 300 High school Stu Denis from Bedford Frankfort Martins Lle. Crawfordsville and Green Cash be Convene in this City next tuesday. May 9 for an Allday choral festival. The out of town students will arrive Early in the morning and will spend meat of the a Lay in rehearsals for the concert to be Given by the combined groups that night at Green Carole High school gymnasium. This is the second time in three years that Greencastle has been Host to his important event. Last year the group met in Martinsville for the chore. Festival. The five participating schools All Are members of the Indiana state choral festival association. The association was formed three years ago for the purpose of promoting choral festivals As opposed to contests. The s year More than 60 schools Are participating and sponsoring festivals in various districts in the state. The concert next tuesday night will he composed of numbers by the combined girls glee clubs combined boys glee clubs As Well As combined nixed choruses. In addition each school will present one number by one of it3 own groups. Members of the Depauw symphony orchestra also will assist in the program with sonic selections As Well As to accompany the combined chorus. There will be a nominal charge to help defray expo eos. Coach Raymond a Gaudy a Neal of Depauw University will introduce a Don lash. Americans Ace distance runner to the crowd attending the father and son banquet at 6 30 of clock this evening in Community Hall of Gobin memorial methodist Church. The affair this evening promises to bring out More than 200 fathers sons and guests to enjoy the Fried Chicken dinner and to hear the interesting talk by the famous athlete. A it was unintentionally announced in tuesdays Banner that the banquet meeting would be held thursday night tonight a outstanding meeting is planned by the menus club of the Church. Landon to speak to methodist meet will. Talk on fkaut1c ability of a world peace conference study plans for new bases May establish Aik and naval rates in Mexico and Galapagos islands fortify Pacific approaches Orr trials May formally ask state i it a air turn to sound out Mexico and Seq Moor about treaties in May 3. It up it Ger any Al Quot a Ched the scandinavian d Baltic countries today with peace Quot once there was a Princess it pounds like a fairy tale does no to it Well the s Princess Wasny to a fairy tale Princess at full. She was just a any Little american girl who had too much Money and whose Mother married her to fun italian Prince this Princess is the crea4.ion of Julia Wil Bor Tompkins and will be brought Posa is designed to neutralize this to life Friday evening by Katheryn f�?T8 entire Northern flank in 1 Boston when the senior class of a War. A Greencastle High school. Presents Tiabl urges said Germany had a the annual senior play in the High Cecii a Quot a tud non aggression pacts school auditorium at 8 00 of clock Norway Sweden Denmark. Fin the cast which was chosen selective Eft Thonia and Latvia Guaran by from the members of the senior tog them against attack by Ger class is made up of the following poster award winners announced at convocation Wilbur Carmichael Olive Mae Dean and Dorothy Bryant were awarded prizes at High school con vocation yesterday for winning the a a senior play poster contest. Following the awarding of the prizes. Wila Metta. Pease. Mary Abel. Ralph Call. Barbara Yuncker and Olive Mae Dean entertained the student body with an original skit built on the senior play. A once there was a which is to be presented at the High school auditorium Friday night of this week. Dewey predicts crime decrease Ray f. Hamm. 50 died suddenly services will be held thursday at c Roy c reek c Hristian Iii k h to u. Of Illinois received for outstanding contribution plane Burns 6 die Casablanca. Morocco. May 3. A up an air France plane in the Casa Blanca Dakar service crashed and burned today killing six passengers and the Crew of three. Formation of ice on the wings was blamed for the Accident which occurred 15 Miles South of Marrakech. Ami assuring their neutrality if Quot Quot any is engaged in War in eur 1 move coincided with a decided in for the worse in Germany Sec with Poland in which the con a Carman press strongly warn a Warsaw against rejecting Adolf is demands for the return of "7�?~ and e Road across the polish Trow r to East Prussia. 1 was announced officially that Nany had agreed to permit swed-"1 Finland to fortify the Aaland few. Prove cd maintain ant of War. Provided a Sweden and Fin absolute neutrality in an Quot it present talk at kiwanis luncheon in is of the Greencastle Kils club will hear an address on a Jact of a a a men at their Lun Quot m6pt�?~ng at 12 15 o clock a a a afternoon in Gobin memory Lac a or Chi a Community Hall. The 11 he Bitven by Kenneth p. Re i n special for the fed a urn a of investigation. Ellen Guthrie Princess Dellatorre a Kathryn Boston. Phil Lennox her american sweetheart a Charles Sheridan. Mrs. Kate Boyd Marguerite erd Man. Joe Boyd. Her husband George Taylor. Aunt Meta Trimble Olive Mae Dean. Ruby Boyd their older daughter Mary Elizabeth Abel. Hazel Boyd their eleven year old daughter Wilametta Pease. Elder Princess Dellatorre Ellen s Mother in Law Barbara Yuncker. Milton d Arcy. Ruby s suitor Ralph Call. Mrs. Purrington. Neighbor of the Boyd s Eleanor Mccullough mrs. Seaver neighbor of the Boyd s a Marian Mcclure. Signor Moroni italian lawyer George Long. Ada and Jennie playmates of Hazel Kelen Jome and Frances Porter. Jacqueline a French maid Bonnie Goldsberry. Italian servant Carl Pitts. Complete program for Muster Dav exercises Wili. Be held thursday night at Green Castle Library the program for the Annua Observance of Muster Day by the United Spanish War veterans and their Auxin Ary has been completed. The exercises will be held thursday evening in the socia.1 room of the Greencastle Carnegie Library where the auxiliary has its meetings. The program will be patriotic in its nature. It will follow the regular meetings of the veterans and the auxiliary. The following numbers Wil be Given America Sung by All. Flag Salute. Prayer by chaplain. Piano Solo. Seba Coll nos. Reading. Lula Irwin. Mus Cal saw number by Comrade Jesse Beemer. Quot patriotic poetry Quot by the commander. Fred m. Starr. A Brief address will be Given by g. E. Black. Star spangled Banner will a Sung in closing All standing at attention Champaign. 111., May 3. Up a Thomas e. Dewey. New York District attorney predicted last night that organized crime and alliances Between the underworld and politics eventually will be stamped out completely. A the extermination of organized crime is generally progressing from City to City a he said. A the people have Learned they need no longer tolerate the furtive Alliance Between the upper and underworld. # to High places it has been Learned that clean government can also be Good he spoke at the University of Illinois after he had been presented the 1938 John Cardinal Newman Gold medal for the most outstanding contribution to the enrichment of american life and welfare. He accepted the medal he said not As a personal Honor hut As a tribute to the hundreds of business men. Jurors and Law enforcement workers who aided him in his drive against racketeers in new York. A it will take years to finish the Job a he said a but the Good news of today is this America is cleaning its own Kansas City. To. May 3.�? up a former gov. Alf m. Landon of Kansas wiil address the United methodist conference tonight on the practicability of a world peace conference and his remarks will be carried by radio through the United states. South America and Europe. It will be the first International broadcast by a political Leader since Hitler in his Reich Stag speech last Friday answered president Roosevelt a peace conference proposals. It was reported that Landon a speech would serve As the american have answer to Hitler. Landon has said that he is in agreement with the administrations foreign policy. The speech entitled a is a world peace conference will be carried by the National broadcasting Day Washington. May 3.�?<up>�? High War and Navy officials Are studying plans to establish american air and naval bases in mex co and the Galapagos islands of Ecuador so As to fortify the Pacific approaches to the Panama canal. It was Learned today. Tho a officials May formally ask the state department soon to sound out Mexico and eau Dor on the possibility of begot a ing treaties authoring establishment of such bases. It was indicated. It was understood that officials Are considering Many possible arrangements for use of the harbours desired. It was emphasized that there would be no question of th1 nations los no sovereignty of the Iland or water involved. It was pointed out that Guantanamo Bay. Cuba the Only naval base of this country not on its own land a is leased from Cuba at an annual Quot rental of $2 000 such payment would be con do re cd nominal in return for development of a Harbor and its defences. Both army and Navy officials Long derived air and naval Bason several Hundred Miles from the can it a considered by them the most vital link in pc ident Roosevelt a plan for hemispherical defense. The War department created Mon separate military depart mint in the Caribbean area with Headquarters at san Juan. Puerto Rico. It was described As a first step toward securing the canal against attack from the Atlantic Ocean. Or. R sad last night company Blue network and Mutual broadcasting system beginning at 7 p. M., c. S. T. A translation will be relayed to Europe and South America. It will be delivered under the auspices of churches Al the regular evening service of the the air had conference which is uniting that is on of defences in the Caribbean. He Church with the methodist episcopal said the War departments order was the methodist episcopal aboard his train a route to the Cipi commission on world peace tal tha possibility of attack from made necessary expand 20 years a to in Greencastle Ray f. Hamm age 50 years died suddenly monday evening at the Henley Harris farm South of Buffer school n Washington township Tut Nam county from a heart attack which came As the culmination of a protracted illness. Or. Hamm was brn a 30. 188s, at Bringhurst. Indiana. He was the son of David and Adeline Peterson Hamm. He was married sept. 3. 1912. To Enri Harris. They located at Oklahoma c to where or. Hamm was employed As an inspector in the Bureau of animal Industry for 21 years retiring in 1933 they resided in Brazil fat about two years and on the Harris farm sine that time. He a i been in poor health for some time and suffered a heart attack shortly after he had finished his evening meal and died within a few minutes time. Or. Hamm was a member of the Christian Church. He is survived by the w Low. Mrs. Emma Hamm and one brother and one sister. David Hamm of Indianapolis and mrs. James Sibbitt of Tampa. Fla. Funeral services were held at the Croy Creek Christ an Church at 11 of clock wednesday morning. Rev. Dallas Rissler officiated and interment was in the Croy Creek cemetery. Two Loc Al teachers receive invitation South and methodist protestant churches. Landon As a member of the Kansas delegation has taken an Active role in the conference and is chairman of the important standing com bated on a study extended Over a period of several years. Sheridan won in oratory Charles Sheridan. Greencastle High Mittee which will decide disposition or i Stu Lent won the re iry club of the numerous publications now oratorical contest of the 155th Dis supported by the three churches. The to it at Anderson yesterday and to conference began its second week to a meet the Winner in the contest Day with most of its important Busi of the 154th District at South Bend Ness still in committees. May 15. Young Sheridan was the or. Bert m of Brien buried Here wedge Dav Choice of the judges in the contest. His Victory gave him the j right to represent tin Northern half funeral services for or. Bert m of in state in the Indiana rotary of Brien prominent Danville phys contest. His opponent in the finals clan and a brother of or. W. O Brick of this City who died monday were held wednesday afternoon from Tho Danville Christian Church in charge of the Scott so rite. Intermen4. Was made in Forest Hal cemetery. Among those attending the Flint ral from were or. And m w if. Oil m b. Of Brien mrs. Cora of Brien. Will represent the Southern part of the state. The finals will in held at 3 of clock monday , May 15, in the Oliver hotel at South Bond Greencastle rotarians accompanying the local High school Young Man to the Anderson Competition were Lois Arnold j. J. Eitel Frank an 1 Paul f. Boston. Fair directors to meet poles celebrate National Molina Frank Ross and Reese Hammond members of the Greencastle High school faculty were both extended an invitation to the Reserve Section for Honor students by president Wells in connection with the Indiana University foundation Day program today. Both or. Ross and to or. Hammond had excellent Scholastic records at Indiana University and both have been elected to Phi Delta Kappa honorary educational fraternity. Or. Ross received his masters degree last summer and or. Hammond will Complete his work for his the directors of the Putnam county fair association will meet in the office of the county farm agent David l. Grimes in the court House tuesday evening at 8 o clock to a governmkn1 Dpi ads i i i n8i measures by doubling of the number of officers arc i a in int to the Diree a a a Loci Atu a i it All Mem Warsaw Poland. May 3. �up1 bc1>s of the Lair a. It Riat on Are invite poles celebrated a National holi Yilo Aue Al the meeting Day today while the government t. named on Board the new Golf links of the Greencastle Golf club on the Allen farm Northeast of town it was announced would be officially opened May 10 j masters degree this summer and 11. The club had 57 members at that time. H. Howard Barnaby. Just released from the army went to Louisville to visit his Uncle colonel Chandler Robbins who also had just been discharged from the army. Ralph Knoll auditor elect announced the appointment of Elmer Blue of Jefferson township As Deputy auditor. H. T. Broad8treet of Cloverdale was named pm the list of fifteen members of the Board of directors off he ind a Nna to ail liquor package stores association at the convention of that organization at Terre haute. Tuesday afternoon. Seeded its defense measures by doubting the number of army officers a command of the country a 1. 300.000 soldiers. Oblivious of the approaching Cri Ais which comes Friday when pre Public is invited to attend Mier Josef Beck addresses Pat lament in reply to a Golf Hitler s de j mands for control of Danz g and it Roadway through the polish corridor a to Bast Prussia crowds swarmed the streets in a festive mood there were Only Small detachments of troops for parades in towns because mod of them on the Western and Southern fronts thursday increasing cloudiness facing Germany. Marchers chanted Warme. Slogans which also were painted on sides of hours. The most prominent one read no Quot we demand nothing from others but we relinquish Noth ing of our a marriage licenses tin Depauw men s glee club will give a concert thursday night at 8 15 in Meharry Hall. Friday afternoon at 4 30, Dorothy Larkin will give her senior piano recital. The a it o o o o 0 0000 today a weather 0 and 0 local temperature 0 various 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 fair and not so Cool tonight and were Milton Singer merchant. Greencastle and Phyllis Greenberg at Home Greencastle. Minimum 6 a. A. 7 a. In. 8 a. A. 9 a. A. 10 a. A. 11 a. A. Noon 1 p a. 2 p. 39 8 56 54 56 58 60 61 62 62
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