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Greencastle Daily Banner (Newspaper) - May 4, 1939, Greencastle, IndianaTo e the Wither is and a Kukk to a the daily Banner a it Waves for ally 0 United press service All the Home news p0i5ty-Sevenw�Kkncastlk, Indiana to hts Lis Day May 4, 1939. No. 171 use show acted to crowd Michigan City Kmit milks Fli cd Fok i Hison Vurr i Diu Michigan City. Ind. May 4 _ to investigation of Indiana state pril it a i u of a rown or it a inmate a dealings with Perrons lev i u outs de the Walls has led to Dis a sat of two Michigan City water wilted to attend department employees and May result in prosecutions. Warden Alfred Dowd a d today. He reported the employees made to celebrate eighty ninth anniversary a ent its Day at 7.ak-m, biding farm Fob Cli it members set statement confessing their dealings Jack Quot t. It to observe birthday sunday of Pioneer Days a us with prisoners. The two arc Henry to ride to scene Kern construction and maintenance there will be a cordial reception club group she sunday morning and enjoy various features �?z1 Hundred county residents of put pc renin and Paul Schnick labourer. Dowd said a prisoner working outside the prison Walls arranged through Kern for an attorney to an. Adjoining counties withdraw funds held in the prison Tolj to visit Zaring Riding office for another inmate prison Gouth h cd on the manhat ers Are not permitted to have Money comes around h a Home is the Mecca Ami funds taken from inc Ming Pri of a Large number of his friends. From this citizen to All visiting him at Llis Home each year when the anniversary of the birthday of Quot unde Jack Quot t Clodfelter of near Portland Mills. Sunday afternoon when Sun county Saddle club pre it first show of the season. So minion will be charged for he horse show which opens o clock in the afternoon and believed that the crowd will be g the largest Ever to be present an went of this kind in the re of Putnam county. E in charge of the show an a today that Many entries had received from leading Eques and belief was a that the total list of con a would a welled by late a for the show. Ribbons will Aried to the first four winners sch class. In a. T. A. Sigler has chosen As ring master. The toners Are or d in the prison office sch Nieke a dealings Dowd said involved trading of cigarettes. To it Bac co Coffee and other articles to con a cts for state property. Rotarians shown help of scent t new officers Fok coming Vea it elected Benton Curtis new member the rotary club held one of its most interesting meetings wednesday afternoon when h. F. Manning a also have been selected for the of fhe general mot0rs corporation in company with w. A. Steele of the Days festivities for members Saddle club will Start at 8 30 sunday morning with a ride ? Frank Deer barn on Berry to the Zaring farm. Rides on bridle path at the farm and will comprise the mornings while at noon dinner will red. Schedule of the show events . Model Las. Shown in conformation Only to count. A p. M Pony under 42 inches. Under Saddle. P. M. Pony Over 42 inches 14-2. Shown under Saddle i p. M. Boy or girl Rifle. 16 and under. Horae not to count p. M a three gaited class. Id nation 60 percent perform percent. A p. M lady rider class hands horse not to count p. M. Cow Pony class with it appointment. Conformation a cent performance 40 percent appointment 20 percent. <5 p. M. Gentlemen rider class. Not to count. 3 . Five gaited class. Donation 60 percent and perform 40 percent. Troil police capture killers i physician at 1st0i. I dint to operate with razor unit May 4. Up that i who furred an aged Phuyai Pic i i it int to operate with 1 a by i were captured Early so i ill sponsor conclave on May i Road and Bridge Man 11 Mil wiid.1c. Hirschfeld dug a program announced Blade in a Dingy Rev were orime Watson. 20. And Riley 7. And with them was or trim,.i. Susanna Smith 22. Was arrested. 11 w the Man from Whoso or Sigmund a the i razor Blade in a Dingy 0 Ming House yesterday Una we. Riley pressed a pistol no a the Efficacy of or. Ell a a hence was self evident. In Mph in pain walked in a Quot to a police station Between a Al a it s and submitted to a Long a Airai before being taken to a a i Are wanted in Chis ago a Quot Quot ring one Man and wound poli i men in an attempt to min cd Cash tavern tuesday ats a was wounded in a gun h the police. Hirschfeld. 69, was summoned Quot Ling House and instructed a Man moaning in agony on 1 pleaded he did not have u in a its and the wounded he razor Blade off Greencastle motors demonstrated some of the things science is doing in making life More abundant for americans. Or. Manning showed specimens of Woolen goods made from skimmed milk suitable of men s clothing. He was wearing a neck tie of the same material. He likewise showed a Silken materials suitable for women t. Dresses made of Glass. He showed parts of motor cars including steering wheels knobs Etc. Made of p. Waste Cotton material he showed advanced lighting effects through the use of some kind of a a a scope and he showed Many other interesting things that science has accomplished in recent y a. Lie forecast the same amount of Progress in the years to come. He showed synthetic Lubber which is being used in Many ways including tanks for gasoline for air planes. Within the next Quarter of a Century it is no telling what science will do in the Way of making Progress hut it is Safe to believe that As much advancement will be made As in the past Twenty five Benton Curtis welfare director for Putnam county was introduced As a new member of the club. He was presented by William b. Peck. The annual nomination of officers for the ensuing y a were named at wednesday s meeting. Rex Thorlton was nominated for president but because of the press of time and additional work place 1 on him for the next year he declined and or. D. W. Killinger was nominated. Other officers nominated were Lester Jones vice president Lois j. Arnold Secretary John Etter. Treasurer Richard e. Sandy Walter Ballard Ernest Collins and Andy Browning directors. Benton Curtis was named sergeant at arms. Who go there to congratulate him upon his weathering the storms of another year. This coming sunday the Clodfelter Home will in thrown open again this time the anniversary observed b gang the 89th, but his birthday is May 6. There will not be a formal Observance of the event but there will be a reception from this citizen of Putnam county and from members of his family. Or. Clodfelter some years ago retired from hard work on his farm but while he was in working condition he did not shield himself from any of the hard jobs. His health is Good considering his age. Two years ago when a daily Banner writer visited him on his anniversary he found the old gentleman peeing because his son. The preceding Winter had taken the father s Pony into a Back pasture on the farm to discourage the father in his former daily rides Over the place which the son thought were not advisable. Sponsored by the Depauw chapter of the daily Banner writer who visits Sigma Delta Chi. The Mother chapter or Clodfeiter on these Anniversar 0f the National professional journal occasions always films Ivy ready to of tic fraternity. Narrate stories of Pioneer Days in following two afternoon sessions Putnam which had been handed featuring several of the outstanding Down to him by older residents of newspapermen in this part of the the Community. There is always country. Ford c. Frick president of Ruksi cwt n of Litvinov stops Powers negotiations agreement Aily Fok military Are temp Oil Frozen next mom it to Britain Royalty gives aids Crown Prince Frederik of Denmark left helps president Roosevelt dedicate the new Post office at Rhinebeck n. Y. He and Crown Princess Ingrid were House guests of president and mrs. Roosevelt at Hyde Park. Above Crown Prince Waits for camera Flash. Nationally known Jokn lists chiming for one session final plans were released this morning for the huge journalism conference to be staged on the Campus thursday. May 11. As the third and final feature of the present year in the University so lift looks at the colleges series. The conference is Deans to speak Dean Louis h. Dirks of Depauw University and Dean Charles j. Sem Bower of Indiana University will be the principal speakers Friday when the Deans and advisors of men in Indiana colleges and universities i meet at Indiana state teachers. College. Dean Dirks will speak at the evening session on. A the Deans responsibility in dealing with students emotional and Dean sem Bower will speak on. A the Dean sees the freshman come to mens flub held father son meet available upon request the tale of the time h s father travelling the Trail to Clinton Falls saw what he thought was a big limb from a tree lying across the Trail which he kicked Anil Frund was a Blacksnake eight feet Long that had just swallowed a Fawn. Then too. There Are. Stories of the indians who onco frequented the Portland m us Region and tales of the White settlers. of these or clo Felter tells in a most manner. Or. Clodfelter was bom May 6. 1850, in Russell township the son of Solomon Clodfelter. Who came into Putnam county in 1828, from North Carolina. Solomon being about 20 years old at that time. Jack clod Fri ter has lived Ion h s present farm some 44 years having bought it from Holland Hammond an Uncle of James and Fay Hamilton of Greencastle. Lindbergh a s no War danger if program started Here it c an surpass German production officers Fok next year announced Don lash was main speaker the methodist menus club of go bin memorial Church held its final meeting of the conference year in Community Hall last evening. The meeting was in the form of a a father son banquet a and represented the largest attendance of the year. Don lash of olympic Fame was presented sex by coach Raymond Neal. Or. Lash told of his years of training and final realization of his ambition that of being the worlds Champion two mile runner he is training at present two explanations were most generally accepted evident it had close connection to negotiations Berlin. May 4. Up Germany moved to extend her non ogre Sion front today with tentative offers of Mutual non-aggress1, on pacts to Greece and other Small european Powers in add Tion to the Navian and Baltic states. London May 4. A up a British and French negotiations for a military agreement with Russia were temporarily Frozen today when the soviet government failed to provide an explanation for replacing foreign commissar Maxim Litvinov with Premier Viacheslav m. Molotov. Speculation was Rife in every european capital concerning the causes behind Litvinova a retirement and its probable consequence. One fact was evident it had a close connection to the prolonged negotiations for a British French russian military Alliance. The next move in these Neotia ions was up to Britain. She still is to reply to russians Oliree Point proposal. 11 a that the three Powers sign in Alliance for Mutual Aid against aggression in Europe �2� that they sign a military pact designating the cart form of collaboration applying to specific cases a 3 that they pledge their Ai it a to Rumania. Poland Lithuania lit via and Estonia in Case attack on any of them. Since Britain has not been willing the Depauw alumni association Ami of the National baseball league will deliver the principal address at the journalism banquet Spon ored by the University and the publications Board of control. Eugene put Litfin one of the eleven co founders of Sigma Delta continued on Page six Washington. May 4 up col Charles a. Lindbergh has told friends that he is confident there is no immediate danger of War in Europe. It was Learned today. Persons who have conferred w the Lindbergh since he returned to the United states and began a Survey of aviation research facilities for the of tha 10 000 meter race to be Liem of a pcs Quot on commitment in 1940. He spoke also of his pres la a fear 01 alienating Rumania Ami ent work As state policeman and of Poland who Are averse to allying the need for safety. I themselves with Russia and for fear officers for next year include. Such commitments would Dave Ernest Collins president d. W. Kill Japan Spain an 1 Ita y into linger vice president James Pence secret a by treasurer. The advisory committee consists of Gordon Sayers Russell Brown Challes Mccurry. Wayne Pell Reid Winsey Gerald Warren. Fay Weaver Rex Thorlton recreation plans rein of formulated committee expects to have program in Al i i it i in Early june to be financed this year with state i nos totalling $5,157,100 Indianapolis. Ind., May 4 a up the state h Shway commission announced today the details of a Road and Bridge construction and improvement program to be financed with state funds totalling $5,157.400 and to be completed this year if possible. The program includes improvement of 157 Miles of Hoosier highways by grading surfacing paving or relocating and the construction or repair of 44 Bridges scores of culverts and Widen no of shoulders and various structures. This program is entirely separate Quot arrangements were going Forward today to put into effect Greengas to cd a summer recreational program Early in june. Plans for setting up a Model program for the City were discussed wednesday night at a meeting of the Greencastle Community recreation committee in the office of school superintendent Paul f. Boston. Clifford Parr member of the state Matins German ministers leave for Italy Kei of Tiki the it Mussolini s attitude Tow Ard France was softening Rome. May 4 up1 Germany a j foreign minister Toachim Van rib Bentrop and Field marshal Herman j go ring leave Germany for Italy to night in the face of reports that j Benito Mussolini attitude toward France is softening and that he is grumbling about Germany a policy toward Poland. Von Ribbentrop is going directly to Lake Como to Confer with italian foreign minister Galeazzo Ciano. In Berlin where i. T in was announced unexpectedly Neutral observers believed that som urgent mutter had precipitated it Goering hitlers right hand Man is going to san remo on the Gulf of Genoa officially for a a few Days rest a he returned to Germany from a a a rest in Italy Only last week. At san remo he will be Able to Rush South to Rome it North to Berlin As developments warrant. The for gathering of nazi leaders in Italy is supplemented by the tour Walt her von army. Said he was discounting War g. A Mccoy. F. Pease Hanna. Walter Ballard. The meeting will be held wednesday. October 11 in Community Hall. Pointy to be represented in song fest Putnam county representatives Jav will take part in the song fest which will to held at Milligan Park Craw Fonsville monday evening. If the weather is unfavourable the gathering will be held in the United Brethren talk in the s country with the Contention that people a Broad 1 Are not concerned about War. To made his views known in conversations wih influentia.1 men close to the aviation problem. He expressed the Opin on that unless the unite 1 states hastens its air expansion program it will find itself at least five years behind Germany which he now rates first in planes and first in research facilities. Once this country s program is started. However he believes it can surpass Germany easily in mass production of planes. These View of Lindbergh were Learned As High official circles indicated that France is planning to increase its Purchase of Milf tary planes in this country to More than 1.200. France already has contracted for ppr a Xima Tely 800 american plan s ,.i. Secretary of Interior Harold l. Mckeit was hinted in military quarters1a a that France would i be to double that number but. Because of the s country a own huge air expansion alliances with Germany two explanations for Litvinova a removal were most generally accepted 1. He did not make enough headway toward the Alliance 2. He went too far in offering rus Sam Days military strength to the West next can anti aggression bloc and soviet isolationists got the upper hand. Soviet circles Here have predicted for several Days that unless Britain and France accepted t he soviet plan for an Alliance quickly Moscow would Cut off the negotiations entire there also had been reports that Litvinov who favored a a Western policy a for Russia had been subjected to pressure from Home because of the sluggish trend of Nego Church. This will be a District of to nations for the military Alliance and fair in which nine bounties will Par Thal gov isolationists who include tic Pate. The program will be under Many military leaders Felt that the the direction of Albert p. Stewart time had come when the soviets director of music at Purdue univer should withdraw behind their fron sity and mrs. Claude e. Crooks of prepare to defend themselves Bridgeton who is District social and Ami East. The Chi 0f Europe go its educational director of the District Way. The fact that Molotov who is almost unknown abroad and who will not be Able to leave Russia so Long As he is Premier As Well As foreign min was asked at his press conference to a isto tended to support the isolation Day for verification of rumours that a Joa Ickes questioned Washington May 1 a up program production facilities worm not allow for More than 500 additional ships now. He is about to become a father answer was a i have his behind All the visits outlined on Page six observers re creation department and in charge of the departments activities in this inspection co Gen District attended last nights meet Brauchitsch commander in chief of ing and worked with the committee be German army is making of ital in planning the summer program. An fortifications in Libya. He suggested schedules now in of feet in cities the size of Greencastle. Although this summer will Mark the first Community wide recreation program in Greencastle Assurance has been Given that a Model program will be worked out and that the schedule will present activities for All ago children and adults. The use of the school playgrounds. Robe Ann Park and University Tennis courts the Boston club met with miss will provide centers for various Rutledge it the music Hall. Read events. And the committee is working a nos were to be Given by Blanche on other locations in Hope of Broad Bicknell. 20 years a join gkeenca8tle hit told him to use it. With from that which is being conducted ening the program. Anaesthesia he probed on Indiana highways which Are a 1 v or than a half hour before part of the program and lha Bullet meanwhile the for which Federal funds Are used in use Giri a pack Kenneth Smith and miss Yeona Kustner who will supervise the local recreation activities during the it cd quietly around the part addition improvement of the summer season will attend a state or bags. E Cal j and Early today a no a and the in an Automo Quot get Home of Watson Quot Quot re was federa Aid system is planned and school for recreation leaders May 8-the program is new awaiting a 12 in Terro haute Preval by Washington officials the Highway department said. To 70 a Chase of several Highway commission said that n Mil a an hour during state program will provide a in Tavvo policemen fired five greased motoring safety and be a. The their t res. The men Flung contribution to the convenience of patois during the chase.1 Waii Kiark License Gerald Clyde Poynter. Farmer Russellville and Laverne Kathleen i Grimes at Home Russellville. The fortnightly club met with mrs. He Ober Ellis. Miss Naomi Snyder accepted a position with the Nance Creamery. The marriage of miss Lilia Fay of Rockport and Elmer Vanc eave. Was announced to occur May 7. Or. Van Cleave drove through in his car for the wedding. Mrs. Baser Bittles entertained the Progress history club. Mrs. Blanche Allen reviewed a the dark by Poole for the Over the teacups club. Epworth i to meet sunday j District t meeting to be at Gorin Iii inc h All Young people invited the up Ortii leagues of the Greencastle District will hold their annual District convention in Goblin memorial methodist Church May 7. Afternoon and evening. The local league of which Mary Elizabeth Abel is president is planning to take care of the 325 delegates planning to attend. The keynote address will he Given by Rev. Robert Ellsworth president of the District at 2 00 . Religious dramas will be presented by the older Young people at 3 00 p. M. The presentation will be Given in the auditorium of the local High school. The banquet will be held in Community Hall of Gobin m e. Church at 5 45. Two religious dramas will be Given in speech Hall nominates knot r Washington. May 4 up it was believed that the British reply to Russia would be further delayed until Litvinova a removal was explained. The Cabinet discussed the russian negotiations in a three hour session yesterday but failed to agree president Roosevelt today nominated 0n anything More than a plan to Send Norman amour ambassador to More instructions to the British am Chile and former minister to Canada Bassadore in Mosc a As a basis for conversations with soviet leaders. Tokyo. May 4.�?�up� a Japan it was Learned today will refuse to join Germany in i Italy in a military Alliance against the european democracies. Government sources disclosed that f in a nire twin to but ambassador to Argentina. Mrs. Dit Imore died at a Obj mgt it Mother of Jesse Eileen and Emmett Green of this City died late wednesday @ 0 amp o o 0 0 0 0 0 0 _ 0 today a weather 0 mrs. Zelema Dittamore. Age 88 and 0 years d de at her Home in govt it at 10 50 o clock wednesday night a _ local temperature 0 following a four weeks illness. Mrs 0 0 o 0 0 0 0 0 000 Dittamore was the Mother of Jess. Generally fair in South portion of Green and Emmett Green of this Caa ional Light showers probable in City. She was born and reared in North portion tonight and Friday Gosport and spent her lifetime in somewhat warmer tonight and South Owen county. She was one of the portion l riday. Oldest citizens of the Community. In a a a addition to the two Pons Here what survive. Mrs. Dittamore is survived by a third son. Burl of Gosport and at 7 15 p. M. The local league will two step sons. Bert and Gayilor Dit present a drama arranged by bar j tame re. Both of Gosport. Bar a Yuncker and Barbara Bartlett. The sessions Are open to the Public and a special invitation is extended to All Young people of the Community to attend. A funeral services for mrs Dittamore w 11 be held from the of Tristian Church in Gosport Friday afternoon at three o clock with burial in the Gosport cemetery. Minimum 0 a. M. 7 a. No. 8 a. M. 9 a. M. 10 a. M. 11 a. M. 40 48 5.t 61 65 67 72 12 noon. 72 1 p in. 7a 2 p. 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