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Greencastle Daily Banner (Newspaper) - November 16, 1939, Greencastle, IndianaThe Weathi Oldy and cooler 0 ume forty eight the daily Banner tit Waves for All a is a All the Home vew8 4 4 United in rens service 4 4 4 4 4.4 4 4 Ltd Keb Castle Indiana thursday november 1 5, 1930 it on to parking is favored no of City officials ii state Highway men mesday of interest arking spaces lost arking spaces add to part problem without ap-1 Mielit Benefit vials of the state Highway Mission met with City officials Terestea citizens of the City Day evening in an attempt to the traffic and parking prob the City but without Muc i parking Marks on Road 4j h the City renewed this week. 70 parking spaces from the town District and if the Law fling them is enforced the i i parking will be a greater than at any time heretofore Are great blocks of empty it front of several stores and Corners and some of these i needlessly. Meyers traffic director of ate Highway commission was if speaker. He explained the ideas on parking and record a time limit of not less than Purs for the Down Down streets a Ted other towns where this d had been followed and said proven successfully new mayor e. R. Bartley said a sieved the Only solution to the m was to remove the Yard cd the court House and allow Ore rows of parking space or City to buy a nearby vacant i make it into a parking lot. Cartwright suggested that it ranged for All occupants of the House to Park their cars in the t lot at the jail Yard and if s done it will allow room for More cars. Agreed that the parking prob a worse because of the parking is driven by store operators and others who expressed an l i vere Frank j. Cannon. Jake r f Otu Erttis. Moss stay Wright and others. Or. W. D. S Pic sided and several of the Limen were present but after a and a half hour discussion Tho was As far from being solved a Hen it started. Vote was taken and it showed sevenths for a time limit on Ling and three sevenths for an item time limit. A a coupons returned to the daily or showed the same identical to. Considering All the time limit the Banner coupons As some de a Shorter period than two All those present favored hons because it had been Sug jul As the logical time limit. Problem will Likely come by the Council at its next meeting will remain an unsolved problem orc time to come. Mrs. Arthur r. Robinson is coming to City mrs. Arthur f Robinson of Indianapolis. Wife of former senator Arthur r. Robinson will speak to the Republican women of Putnam county on wednesday night november 22. At 7 30 o clock. The meeting will be held at Pearl o hair s guest House. 209 e. Seminary Street in Green Castle. Mrs. Robinson s subject will be Quot things of interest to a reception will follow the meeting at which time the women present will be Given an Opportunity to meet mrs. Robinson. All Republican women ale urged to attend. John Millett outlines peace for Europe strike still effective Detroit. Nov. 16 up a the production dispute Between Chrysler corporation and the United automobile workers Cio completed its i sixth week today and More than 60.000 persons were Idle. Negotiations continued in the Chrysler engineering Institute Between High company and Union officials. Federal labor conciliator James f. Dewey said that a a deficit a i Progress was being made toward set former Depauw student heard with element. Interest at Chapel on says Strong Central Pouti is the Sau tion to the problem allies oppose this plan nazi press makes charges against British no formal answer Given latest proposal for peace because of allies 5�?� new declaration alleged Luin it in it first concert by orchestra prof. Herman Berg i 1rm Ted new organization in opening concert other programs awaited music c critics of City who heard symphony wednesday evening loud in it s Praise a the Only Hope for peace in Central Europe lies in a kind of Strong single Power which the allies will never allow to be established Quot or. John d. Millett 1933 Depauw graduate said in Depauw University Chapel thursday. A any government Strong enough to meet the problems of modern cc-4 i Iju Nomy effectively would by Delim a \ i h i i r 1 tion be too Strong to satisfy either i England or or. Millett explained that the. A countries have hinted at their desire for a Central european federation preserving cultural and linguistic boundaries but bound together loosely by Low Tariff barriers to constitute one great free Trade area. A however j this seems to me a questionable Assumption a said or. Millett. A that free Trade alone will solve the problems of the maintenance of a decent living Standard the distribution of the ownership of the Means consumer Pur Mcnutt courts new. Anti dealers Relief growing that former governor May get White Iii be favor Democrat women will meet on saturday there will be a meeting of All democratic women in the Assembly room of the court House saturday afternoon at 1 30 p. M., nov. 18th. When women were Given the right to vote in 1919 mrs. Seaman Bassett bin Xyth Wieglow came in Painter is burned Dies of injuries the Depauw University symphony orchestra played its first concert of j wealth the current season tuesday night in Meharry Hall. This occasion marked the debut of professor Herman Berg As conductor of the group and he led them in what proved to be their most successful concert in recent years. The program included works by Mendelssohn. Beethoven Howard Hanson and Johan Strauss and was of production and chasing a another problem arising from the War is the internal working order of the Allied nations after the or. Millett continued. He tool of promises that have been made by the British government to the munitions manufacturers and trades unions to insure their cooperation in received with warm applause from a a War preparation. A if these Promise sizeable audience. J no Joss profit an no Joss in the playing of the orchestra was Wor Tang conditions Are to be kept notable for its Fine shadings of Dyn a and Ternai chaos avoided when Amic phrasing and Tempo and Washington. Nov. 16 up Federal Security administrator Paul v. Mcnutt stuck a Compro Tylre Feather in his presidential Campaign hat today As he and his manager bid for the support of both pro and Antl Roosevelt wings of the democratic party. Frank Mchale Indiana s Democrat National comi teem amp a and head of the Mcnutt Foi president organization is bickering with anti Roosevelt men. Mcnutt from the Vantage Point of High position in the administration is beckoning new dealers to his Banner. They appeared in those roles yesterday Here and in Chicago. Mchale in the latter City met with anti new Deal gov. Leon c. Phillips of Oklahoma for the avowed purpose of discussing Mcnutt a presidential aspirations. Here a few hours earlier Mcnutt appeared before a luncheon meeting of the National lawyer s Guild with an address based on the fundamentally new Deal doctrine that professional medical and Legal serv vices should be easily available to the masses. The Guild is Friendly to the peace comes a new kind of economic showed marked improvement in the j Contro an 1 direction Wim Hayto be i new Deal. Precision of its ensemble particular uru retaken by the English govern Mcnutt a Campaign is proceeding by in the brass and Wood wind Sec Lent the old kind of internal eng a methodically quietly and efficiently. I Lish Economy is gone or. I Millett stated. A whether human intelligence will brass in the Mendelssohn. The Ahlow cop with the new Wor a a strings played finely through out. A has War Rem Hans t0 he . or. Millett said. A however the demand that England and franc tons. Particular mention May b made of the Horn solos in the Hanson and the Wood wind solos and the orchestra May Well congrats us ate itself in its new conductor under whom it has realized not Only considerable technical proficiency but vital and interesting musicianship As Well. When he appeared before the Liberal group of lawyers yesterday he was just returned from a Jaunt into Florida where he a Polit before the Southern College Congress on democracy and found occasion for two breakfast meetings in Lakeland and Jackson define in some detail their War aim j Ville. The Jacksonville gathering con and plan for peace now is one of the slated of 600 democratic leaders i hopeful features of the War and May eluding most of the party a Florida old Bridge is d d i a or be in a Kip Lacen p i stressed to indicate a will to avoid the Pitfalls which beset the peace of Versailles the peace that was not peace a he prophesied or Termany says latest British constitute new declaration of War Berlin nov. 16. Up the nazi press charged today that great Britain and France made a new declarations of War in rejecting the Belgo dutch peace mediation offer and hinted that Germany now would intensify the War in spite of approaching Winter. Germany did not even make a written reply to the peace message from Hollands Queen Wilhelmina and Belgium a King Leopold but foreign minister Joachim Van ribbon trop. Informed the Belgium ambassador and the dutch minister Here yesterday that a in the name of the fuehrer a Germany considered the peace move a disposed of because of the Brusk Way great Britain and France a a rejected it. It was made Plain that this was Germany a official and Only reply. Today the newspapers discussing von Ribbentrop a communique scathingly attacked the allies particularly Britain. A England which carefully planned the War and launched it also very quickly condemned the Bulgo dutch peace step to failure a said the Voel Kischer to Ebacher. A War Monger Churchill i Winston Churchill first lord of the British admiralty took care that the British reply to the Belgo dutch note should be Bare and Blunt though of necessity concealed the rejection. The brutality with which the Hopes of both Neutral states were wrecked shows once again that England and its corrupter nip in the Bud every possibility of peace. Founded the first women s democratic club in Putnam county she also served As president of the club. Mrs. Cora of Brien was appointed to serve As the first Putnam county chairman the same year. The following year the club became a Mem Ber of the state federation of democratic clubs and Are still affiliated with that organization. The meeting saturday is called for the purpose of electing off is tor the coming year and a number of other business to attend to. Of his meeting is for All democratic women of Putnam county and a Good attendance is desired. Vacancy in hich St court fifth tiv1k death today of Justice Butler creates another vacancy for president Contact with High voltage line at Power Plant it ice ignited his clothing cleaning fluid being used made him living Torch As High voltage started fire Paris. Nov. 16 up the journal carried a dispatch from its coi respondent at Zurich. Switzerland today saying numerous German Gen will change majority new Deal appointee will give president majority since nation wide court fight Washington. Nov. 16 up supreme court Justice Pierce Butler one of the two remaining conservative members of the nations highest court died Early today after a Long illness. He was 73 years old. His death creates the fifth vacancy to occur on the nine Man Bench during Franklin d. Roosevelt s second term As president. Appointment of Butler s successor will make a majority of the court or. Roosevelt u appointees. The others Are justices Hugo l. Black Stanley f. Reed Felix Frankfurter and William o. Douglas. Butler died at Garfield Hospital at 4 14 a. A. Est. He had been a patient there since september 22 for Kenneth Wing of 23 years old. Of Bara boo wis., an employee of Richardson paint company was fatally burned by Contact with parts of an Oil circuit breaker carrying 33.000 volts of electricity at the North Madison Street sub station of the Northern Indiana Power company in Greencastle. At 4 of clock wednesday evening. He died in the Putnam county Hospital at Midnight from the injuries he received. Vlieg of it is said met what May be termed an inexcusable death in j that he apparently without Good reason. Left a unit of the Plant where h a had been instructed to work and which had been Quot killed to Render it Safe for him to work on. And had gone to a unit which had not been a a killed and where it is claimed by some persons he was not expected to work. The Oil circuit breaker on which Wieglow was working has a Concrete base whose top is about five Foet above the ground and on it is located the Metal Structure which carries the High voltage circuit. Wieglow was standing on the top of the Concrete foundation using a fluid to e Ean the Metallis parts and the insulators after they had been painted when apparently he came too close to the parts carrying that High voltage current and a Sparl. High voltage current and a apart j leaped across the Gap. Igniting that i a a Earl no fluid. I or. It is otherwise suggested h j May actually have touched the nig tension conductors. Lewis Hubby a shift operator the sub station happened to Lor out of the door of the building a joining the High tension Tower an said Structure Over Monon near Shirley filling station in bad shape j. Mccammack died wednesday Monon Bridge men from the Lafayette shops who Are Here rebuilding the Timber Bridge Over the Monon Railroad at the Highway crossing im-1 mediately West of Vern Shirley a Fil j Ling station on the Manhattan Road came not a bit too soon. Although a the present Structure is not old it big shots. It was a quietly organized gathering but some More like it will round table awaken other party leaders to the the correspondent a fact that they Are in for a fight to reaching Zurich indicated that get Millett outlined european de a Stop Mcnutt. A Many would be willing to give up from 1919 to 1939 and belief that Mcnutt is being Given Bohemia. Moravia. Slovakia and to the inability of the Small i a run for the nomination by presi-1 rtn<1 to permit the austrians t it newly created countries of Central j Dent Roosevelt is general in Wash-1 vote on their own Fate. Germany Europe to command diversified Economy to achieve inter not yet commit the president to sup Nal strength of . A weakened Austria succumbed to Germany unable herself to agree on internal Industrial organization and Ripe for Hitler in 1933.�?� he said. Treatment of a bladder ailment. His condition turned suddenly j saw Wieglow s Arm Jerk upward an eras now believed that nazism Wasj worse car y this morn no neither j saw a Flash of fire he instantly i outmoded and should be substituted j his doctor nor member of his i us that unit and ran to help Rescue by a reconstruction regime wifi the family were present the Man. He had fallen off of the his illness began in the Spring of i Concrete base and was so tight 1938, but he continued his work on i wedged Between the Side of the coi the Bench through june. 1939. After j Crete and Metal parts Only some u the court recessed for the summer his doctor ordered him to the Hospital for observation. He responded Well to treatment and in three weeks was allowed to return Home. Object of ending the War and discussing differences with the allies at a sufficiently in ton although that of course does would retain Only the sudetenland. These reports indicated that Joa sentenced to death Benton. Iii., nov. 16. Or. George w. Gore sr., u known Jefferson i a soup Farmer 8 u o i lbs funeral Friday ram j. Mccammack 86 year Arm of Jefferson township pass Way at the Home of his son. Mccammack. Near Belle wednesday afternoon. Surfs Are three children mrs. Edgar it mrs. Venard Smith and Floris pc Mack All of near Belle Union one brother Robert Mccammack two grandchildren mrs. Kimball Tom and mrs. Charles Duncan it a inca Sale. Une ral services will be conducted the Mill Creek Baptist Church 11 00 of clock Friday morning with c. L. Ayrhart of new Market charge. Interment will be in les Viii cemetery. Circuit court notes in the partition suit of Walter c toning it Al against Gladys Rhoads to. In the Putnam circuit court y c. Sutherlin was appointed to Dian and item for the minor decant. The other defendants de cited and the court ordered the Perty sold being incapable of i Ernest h. Collins was a need commissioners to sell toe suit of or. George a. Collett tons Ray George was dismissed action of the defendants. A divorce was granted Nellie own Dobbs from Otto Dobbs jr., a on the payment of court costs. Up wealthy surgical specialist today was con evicted of murdering his songs at Toras fixed at death in the electric chair. The verdict was reached at 3 a. M by the jury of 10 men and two to was in a condition that made it unsafe for even an automobile to Cross it. And particularly hazardous four to w heavy trucks heavily loaded with Stone from the o and i. Plant West of Here. It was reported by persons living j Deli Cre near that Only four of the umbras in j or. Gore shot and fatally wounded Carl Choisser 46-year-old Benton attorney and publisher of the Benton evening news last september 25. At that time Choisser was port his Security administrator. He already has announced his candidacy with a provision that he wants the nomination Only if or. Roosevelt to out of the race. Vice president John n. Garner the More or less avowed democratic candidate will seek the nomination regardless of what or. Roosevelt does. Head of the nazi foreign department Mcnutt is lengths ahead of All or Baron Konstantin Van Neurath other contestants for the nomination former foreign minister and a pro few weeks and in september he re a turned to the Hospital for further Chim Van Ribbentrop. German fire treatment he had shown no improve Ign minister was on a a Tough spot a j ment since then although in recent the correspondent said and the que s weeks his condition was reported in tion had Arisen of replacing him by j changed and he was said to be restore of Field marshal Hermann c.>er-1 Jinjr Jih comfortably As could in sex inches from the Concrete that a Piee of scantling had to be used to i him Oul he was living but his cloth ing Vas burning All the time the me worked to loosen him from the Nai however Hia Star ennui declined in a j apace and by the Lime they p. Him out and Laid him on the ground nearly All of his clothing had burned off. His Foreman. E. E. Aeon. A working close by. And he and a sub Foreman known As Quot red Needham a helped Rescue their fellow worker. The two Bents were sustaining All of the weight of the Bridge and the traffic Over it. Out of the total of twelve timbers in the Bents. The others had rotted. The Road a closed while the re Fqy 65.year.old 8ur pairs Are under Way but the to May be completed monday possibly by Friday. The men do not work on saturday As their time limit for the week is 48 hours. The Foreman told the inquiring reporter that his name is William Weisenbach. Quot that sounds Irish does no to it a he asked the reporter. Quot divil a bit Quot said the latter. Quot but i am not for Hitler Quot the Foreman assured the reporter and the world in general. Or. Weisenbach formerly worked Only As a Stone Mason Foreman for the Road but now he said he looks after All sorts of structures for the Railroad. He and his gang of husky workers live in High style in a Camp car. A with a Cook and everything Quot he said. The new floor sleepers Are 6 by 14 inches Laid on Edge and or. Wels Senbach said a Quot Nice looking nicely dressed Youngish woman came up to a con a son. George w. Gore. Or. 32. Who was awaiting trial on charges of murdering his Stepmother i Nancy Gore. Al Capone is Given his release Justice department a announced he w As released to his family Washington nov. 15. I up the department of Justice announced today that Al Capone the onetime Chicago gangster chieftain was released to his family this morning at the Lewisburg pa., Penitentiary. Capone has completed his sentence. Having done so three Days ahead of the scheduled Date because of a credit of three Days in Federal custody in in so far As his personal efforts Are concerned. Since july 7 he has made 26 speeches in 12 states and the District of Columbia he has hit every part of the country except the far West and the Southwest and Early appears in those areas Are almost inevitable. A belief that i. Roosevelt is a giving Inge a Straw men such As e. Von Weis-1 pc Ted. Zuccker Secretary of state for the j Butler is survived by his widow foreign office Wilhelm k. Bohle a four sons and two daughters. Mrs. Butler and three of butlers children have been with him nearly constantly during his recent illness they were his two daughters miss Margaret Butler who lived with the Justice and mrs. Butler Here and mrs. Edward k. Dunn Baltimore. One of his sons. Leo is a Washington contractor. The other three sons. Iron Lipil on a Nige two l acc torn of Bohemia. A i Only Nuil do i Airi three 20 years ago a a _ 1931. The West Side of the partly completed the department of Justice said Structure the other Day and asked that Capone had been transferred to you d she go across. J Day the Federal correctional Quot sure if you can walk the tim just Tut on at los Angeles. Ii Linurd on rag two in Greencastle or. And mrs Hal Royce and infant daughter of Wabash visited or. And mrs. Roy Abrams. In its announcement of the services at the presbyterian Church. A emr. George Edwin Black will said the newspaper believe it or not. Mrs. Fred Thomas entertained the s. C. C. Club. Lieut. Gilbert Cole received his discharge from the army. Miss Sallie Hirt was confined to her Home by illness. Justin Godwin spent sunday Here with his Mother. Mrs. N. J. Comstock returned to Monroe mich., after visiting her Mother mrs. Marshall. The modern Priscilla club met with mrs. C. N. Mcwethy. A mayor Rupert Bartley was so enthused Over the said the newspaper a that he could hardly sit to 10 Moscow. Nov 16. Up the soviet press hinted today that Finland May suffer the Fate of Poland for breaking off negotiations on Sia s territorial demands. All newspapers carried Long dispatches from Helsin fors saying that finnish reactionaries had a instituted a Campaign of lying against the soviet Union a and that they a think of extending the finnish Border to the j the Komsomol Skaya pravda Organ of the Young communist league published a cartoon showing col. Josef Beck former polish foreign minister standing outside a foreign hotel asking Eljas Erkko finnish foreign minister to follow him Erkko is shown fishing in. Leaving behind him a Street littered with Tom finnish flags and Coats of arms. The newspapers charged that great Britain had a goaded on the finnish reactionaries who do not want agreement with the soviet the Campaign intended to break Down the finnish morale had been expected since the finnish Mission headed by j. K. Paasi Lvi. Left monday without settling russians demands for strategic finnish ports and islands to protect russian interests in the Gulf of Finland. High school Rand p to give programs. Re Ati. V enlarged band and other organizations to be Beard it i l Blu with a number of other men including the Emp orcs of the Northern Indiana company. Wieglow was hurried to the Hospital in an ambulance and was Given a hypodermic injection to ease Hia pain which was effective but a treatment could overcome the Shock of the injuries he had sustained. The physician who dressed wic lows injuries stated it seemed they were caused by the flames of the burning cleaning fluid rather tha i from electrocution. The Man had third degree Burns on a part of ins face and elsewhere the flesh being i cooked. Second degree Burns were found on both arms and both legs and his Chest the skin the re being badly burned but the Burns not in a tag As deep As those on his face. The first Aid c ass will have a meeting in the third Ward auditor Green Castle Defeated Amo 25 cum Friday afternoon at 1 30. Anyone interested is Welcome the High school hand under the direction of Gene Pennington we 1 give a series of three concerts this year. This band has been working All summer. Several members after having passed the Entrance examinations were added to the band in the fall. The band now has sixty one members. The first of the three concerts will be december 12 at this time the band wiil be assisted by the Helgn school orchestra under the direction Otho Ellis Greencastle entered the Putnam county Hospital thursday morning for treatment. A today a weather amp and j a local temperature v mostly Cloudy tonight and Fred rain probable in South portion a of or. Liegl. The second concert will Mer in East and Central portions be february 15, and the band will be assisted by the a Cappella . The third concert will be on May 5 this will be the concerts of All bands inc uding the Junior bands from All the Ward schools and the High school. The tickets will go on Sale november 17. They will be sold by band members and members of the orchestra and a Capel la . The Money from the Sale of tickets will go for new uniforms for the band. Night cooler Friday in North port minimum 6 a. 7 r. A. 8 a. In. 9 a. 10 a. To. 11 a. A. 12 noon 1 p a. 2 p a

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