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Greencastle Daily Banner (Newspaper) - August 25, 1939, Greencastle, IndianaI one Weathi a my Cloudy and Warmke >�T��T��T��T��T�0 plume potty seventh daily Banner 00 it it Waves for ally , Indiana Friday Al �1st 2. Elk tip. Be May Rule out of cloy limits or Pouck Row ii 111 has been Disi l Sikl pass Odin \ n i. It within Zorn of i our allies la other a Star a to it Nus to ten Miles matter which has been the sub or Quot of considerable discussion re by As Well As in times past i a Lii Ither the City government has a a a v Era of any kind but especially a a we Powers beyond the City limits has been maintained by mos Jons that the City has no Powers i Iny kind outside the corporation if Darles. 1,1 Iso it has been asserted by h a that the City a police Power o and three Miles outside the City to. Gain others have claimed tin police officers can pursue an of a Lecler a distance of three Miles out a Jim the City and make an arrest tin that zone under those Condl a Iii Ltd a a at \ j 1 Lisi Bondt new owevo1, have known the h of the matter which is tha Greencastle City Council has or to enact ordinances with m Ain instances part�cula-1�, health Are Ett tiv. With zone four Miles wide instead 36 Miles surrounding and outside City a boundaries. Also in other Anees that Power extends tens from the corporation line. He 1933 edition of Burns Indiana tubes in its digest of Laws Al eng municipal corporation it Pat Mph ten states the City has Juris on four Miles from the Corpora-1 i boundaries a to regulate the to Ion and management of starch Torles glue factories. Found Slaughter houses livery Bles and All other establishments which the business or Trade May me noxious or injurious to pub Comfort or health and to prohibit erection of such buildings or the Iti Nuaros therein of Suli noxious 1 j in Jur Louz occupations Chenev v Isi i Public Comfort or health require Uso in addition to the provision the establishment of this four 0 be Zons for the enforcement of a Rit Italton ordinances there is pus Icil Council to re kit Quot operate ten Miles from the City itts to prevent the contamination Foj the City a water Supply big jul t Creek in this instance i by cast f into the water source dead Anim i offal logs rubbish dirt or 1m--e liquids. Within a toni of four Miles the City tin. -., re 11 a acan a compel in Miu of premises or When the slim 1 or unwholesome to ii 1 the same and it nut leu cleansing to be done by the a a per Public officers an l to assess boost thereof against and collect. H expense from the owner or oct a Pfent or to impose a Lien on such Sperty for such expense and place / f name on the tax duplicate for v i Section or to collect the same by re closure of such i pm a a in 1 or. Porter to speak at a Iii it it ii or. John Emmett Porter superintendent of the Greencastle District will be the guest preacher at Gobin memorial methodist Church. Sunday August 27 at the 10 00 of clock morn j ing worship service. Or. Porter is a i graduate of Baker University and Kelati is Boston school of theology. Las. June Depauw University conferred upon him the degree of doctor of divinity. Or. Porter is a former Pas i of Lishky k tor of the Church and has served with distinction some of the larger churches of the Northwest Indiana conference. Since 1936 he has been superintendent of the Greencastle District. Music will be provided by Marion seller acting organist the choir and Charles Sheridan will give a to Al Solo. Hiotes to observe 50th anniversary and friends to \ Isit them to tiie1k Home in m Ami than in us xxx v then will 1m a Home-4 Oming their seven living in Hildren ill w Cleome friends mrs. Ellie Wise expired Frida Keli. At Hek ilme two weeks go cd ilk Oki Iciek 111 i w lilt ii a sed de Mil mrs. Ellie Hubbard Wise passed away Friday morning at 3 15 o clock in Indianapolis. She Hud been in ill health for two years. About three weeks ago she suffered a fractured hip which resulted in her death to 1 ceased Day. Mrs. Wise was born and raised near Fillmore. Survivors Are the husband Sim Wise one daughter mrs Eva Keeling one son Hoy we ise. U granddaughter All of Indianapolis one brother a. B. Hubbard of Fillmore and one sister miss Alice Gorham of Indianapolis. Funeral arrangements will be announced in saturday s Banner. Indi in leis 1.ix Estok hog receipts 6.000 Holdover 31 Market generally 20 cents higher top $6 75 to 220-230 lbs. Sows mostly $4.75-$6 160-250 lbs $6.45-16.75 250-300 lbs. $6.25-$6.60 300-400 lbs. $5.95-16.15 100-160 lbs. $5 60-s6. Cattle 400. Calves 6 h cattle Market Strong moderately Active cleanup Trade on Slaughter she Stock steers scarce most of run canner and Cutter cows at $3.50-$5.25 common and medium Grade a a of cows $5.25-$6.25 few lots grass heifers $6-$8 stockers and feeders scarce Scalers steady top $10.50. John Hinote and his wife the former Permelia Hutcheson will have a crowd of relatives and friends in their Home on South Sycamore Street at Manhattan sunday just South of the Zaring Home but on the East Side of that Street. That will be the Day and place of the Observance of the Golden wedding anniversary but the actual anniversary is Friday of this week they having been married fifty years ago August 25. There will be a Home coming of their even children insofar As is possible and of Brothers and Sisters of or. And mrs. Hinote. The latter was one of fifteen sons and daughters that was born to or. And mrs. J Philip Hutcheson Long since de and a number of those possibly All that Are living will be at the Celebration. There will be a family dinner at the Home sunday noon and in the afternoon or. And mrs. Hinote will Welcome any of their friends who can Call. Philip Hutcheson died 46 years ago. And his wife died 31 years ago. They were married in Kentucky and a some of their children were born in Louisville mrs. Hinote being one of a these her birth Date being october a 12, 1868. The family moved to Corey in Clay county when she was a baby. Then they moved to a Home a mile i South of Manhattan. The fifteen a children in the Hutcheson family included ten girls. Mrs. Hinote has a twin brother Philip who lives East of Manhattan. Sisters of hers arc j Ellen Renfro. Urbana. 111. Emma Roberts. Riley Vigo county Ebble Wyatt Corey Lou Scofield Mansfield. A Ohio Anna Sullivan Terre Houte Alice Stoeher Indianapolis. Or. Hinote was born in a Home a mile South of Manhattan december 3, 1869. He was the son of John him note who died More than or Sigler will be convention speaker announcements have been received Here from the Bureau of Industrial service. Inc., new York City of us participation of or. Thomas a. Sigler of Greencastle in the program of i the 76th annual convention of the american veterinary medical Assoc action to be held from August 28 through september 1 in the hotel Peabody. Memphis Tenn. Or. Sigler the announcement says will demonstrate an operation on a roared during the horse and mule clinic and he is spoken of As the a. V. M. A representative on the advisory Board of the horse and Mulo association of America and he will report on its work to the convention. Mrs. Lloy d died Early Eri. Morning death oct erred it Iier Home Foi i Ohio a. I \ tended German newspapers claim polish army is disobedient to government. W ants w Al ii id Trel de i \ 11 x it a l i x services will lie hold Moi Dav morning at 19 30 o clock from tin Rector funeral Llo inc �0 the Christian Ami universalist Arches of fun Castle will have a i a coming sunday. August 27 a a. Tillitson will speak in the morn of. There will be a Basket dinner the noon hour and a program in afternoon. Sheep lr>00 fat lambs steady bulk Good and Choice s8.$8.50 others ago. Lie has no sister or brother Liv Down to mostly $5 Slaughter ewes s2-j3. Jolt Thompson died dec \ or a i. Sikokes Wile v \ ii he w \ i a o it my k at Portland Mills Iii John t. Thompson age 89 years Well known Farmer and a life Long resident of Parke county died thursday afternoon at 2 30 o clock at his Home East of Hollandsburg. Death was due to complications of diseases. Survivors Are seven children. Lawrence Thompson of Texas mrs. Ida Bain of Rockville mrs. Lena Connelly at Home. Mrs. Nelue Megaughey of Russellville Arthur Thompson of Bellmore Lyman and Omer Thompson of Hollandsburg. His wife preceded him in death several years ago. Funeral services will be held saturday afternoon at 2 o clock from the Portland Mills Church of which he was a faithful member. The Rev. H. O. Bratton of Bainbridge will officiate. Interment will be made in the it. Moriah cemetery. Ing. Two Sisters not surviving were Ellen Huffman wife of Robert hut Man and Martha Albright wife of Jos. Albright of Manhattan. The children of or. And i mrs. Hinote Are Mary Skelton wife of Isaac Skelton Joe Hinote Washington twp. Gladys Mason Terre haute Geneva Wilcox Plainfield Hubert Hinote. West of Manhattan Lola Tresner Greencastle Essie Jones. Alberta near Turin. Canada. Rani Speaks Al kiwanis Merlin the picture shown last Friday was of or Andrew Browning genial manager of the von Castle theater for the past several years. He did t exactly like the idea of our running his picture but is Long As he did t know we were running it. He could t object a lot. The prize Winner for the two free tickets to the week end Snow Hedy Lamarr in Quot lady of the tropics from the City was Melvin Knauer of the Ewan Barber shop. From the county outside the City the winning tickets went to mrs. Alva Chadd. Greencastle. R. 1. Today s picture is a a Jim Dandy it shows a local Citize n when he was All dressed up and fit to go to Sec the King. He has taken quite an Active interest in civic and business affairs in Greencastle Many years and no doubt Many will be surprised As to his Correct identity. But so far some one Han always come along and made the right id Tifi cation. Relieves that till non aggression pact Liioi 11 not 4 Al be com ers prof. Gerhard Baerg of the department of German at Depauw University speaking before the kiwanis club yesterday said the recently announced German Kussian non aggression pact should not have caused excitement among diplomats of the world. Observers should have foreseen he said that the removal of foreign commissar Maxim Litvinoff by Joseph Stalin several weeks ago paved the Way for the treaty. Prof. Baerg sail that Litvinoff was a jew and that Hitler would not negotiate with him and for this reason Stalin put in the Post an official acceptable to the German Leader. The germans and russians have been on Friendly terms for years the so weaker said despite the Alliance with great Britain that lined up Russia against the Kaiser a forces in the world War. Russia and Germany also have provided each other with great markets for their got is. Russia buying manufactured products and the Reich taking vast quantities of raw materials. The economic link How Ever was coupled with Germany a fear of France her Quot natural enemy to strengthen Bonds with Russia he Pointer a out. The Spector of foes on two fronts has haunted German War lords constantly and with tiie present treaty removing a threat from the East Germany now can direct All her Power toward other frontiers particularly the Western. Likewise prof. Baerg pointed out a Ontl Niitme on Rii Ltd i Wal maw events of interest flannel is y Oil in Rei Mon Wil l. Ill heed it Home of Oscar of Iasic con tim i eel Rixer meeting Arm nth re Ilu school pupils to return Floc Tustle Church 4 on Gre a gut Oiin 1o Het events of deep interest in the county. Sunday will include the following the reunion of members of the o hair family at the Home of Oscar o hair North of Greencastle. The Home coming of former pupils of the carps hers Volle school to be hell at the school building in that place with a picnic dinner and an entertaining program. The Home coming it the former Putnamville residents now living away from that town and a general in gathering of the people of Putnam Ville and Warren township. There will be preaching at the methodist Church at the usual noon hour with a picnic dinner on the Church Lawm at noon and a program in the Church after dinner. The continuation into sunday of the meetings of the eel River Baptist association at the Grove of Oscar Irwin South of Brunerstown. There will be sessions that Forenoon and afternoon in a addition to those of Torlay. The congregations of the two Church a at Fincastle the Christian and the universalist will have a joint Home coming program sunday All Day. With a Basket dinner at noon. Other congregations of the count have been invite d to attend the services. And a Large crowd is expected. The speaker of the morning Servos will be the Rev Tillotson of Greencastle. In the afternoon there will be talks by former pastors and other interesting features. Mrs. Tirom is i died in Washington township mrs. Stella Jane Thomas. 6s years old died it a 45 of clock thursday evening it the Home of mrs. Raymond Tyler of Washington township. She is survived by the husband. Isaac Robert Quot Thomas three Brothers diaries and Jame stakes of California and Newton stakes of r r 1 Reelsville several nieces and nephews and a Foster daughter. The body was taken to the Thomas funeral Home in Terre haute. Funeral services will be held at 10 of clock sunday morning at the Lena methodist Church with interment in the Calcutta cemetery. Mrs. Sarah Lloyd age 85 years Well known Greencastle woman and the wife of Samuel Lloyd die i Early Friday at her Home Ltd West Walnut Street Road following an extended illness. Mrs. Loyd had been a lifelong resident a of Putnam county moving to Greencastle from Clinton township where she was bom on May 29, 1851. The daughter a of Henry and Ellen Houck Davis. She was married to or Lloyd on March 25. 1880 by the Rev. G Xiv Switzer Well known in the methodist Church in Indiana that being Bis Fust wedding after entering the ministry they spent twelve years of their married life in a la a a Cabin. Last March they observed their 59th wedding anniversary. Or. And mrs Lloyd travelled extensively during the latter years of their King and Happy wedded life. They visited in France and Belgium in 1925�, were on the Ilici fic coast in 1924 anti again in 1927, and in 1933 made an extended visit with their son in the philippine islands. Survivors Are the Luis band two it children. Mrs. Grace Rhea of Seattle. Wash. And j. R. Lloyd a it of Manilla philippine islands one sister mrs Lilian Smith of Clinton township and other relatives. Funeral services will be held monday morning at 10 30 of clock from the Rector funeral Home. The Rev 1,400 will compete in Indiana state pair Indianapolis. Ind. Aug. 25. Up manager Harry Templeton announced today that 4.400 exhibitors will compete this year in tin state fair a gain of nearly 200 Over Art Yeats total. The biggest gain was in the open class exhibitors which will compete for $155.218 in prizes $7,871 More than last year. Roost cell sends Tsoui Al i a said is for third time within x x i. Or Iii seeks the sax e Al Koiv Ean Pex it e Washington aug 25 up president re a a it Sevelt for the third time within a year sought to save european peace today by direct appeals to european leaders. Last night lie dispatched personal messages to Adolf Hitler of Germany and Presti legit Ignacy Moszocki of Poland. Earlier he had appealed to King Victor Emmanuel of Italy. To Hitler and Moszocki he made specific suggestions of Means by which a Pacific solution of the present crisis could be found. In the absence a f other a or More preferable alternatives he said Germany Ami Poland could submit their differences to mediation by one of the republics of the Western hemisphere. His Appeal to the King of Italy was delivered through the american ambassador and an answer was expected today. Those to it Hitler and to president Moszocki went by Cable ii n i a spent hoi is in of n ii Xxiii no oink i i. Inn of n ex1ent s xxi Koi o i. I no Epi a Lyle Misli troop. It is assert1, Are eager to attack and a a Al Yunt a i on Germany i Laletin Warsaw lug 86 the Poland brought her army to full strength today while women joined men throughout the country in a Lig Ging air raid shelters and trenches in Parks and in the outskirts of towns. Danzig. Aug. 25. Up the nazi newspaper Vor Posten tonight reported that two polish soldiers were shot and killed by Danzig Border guard is London aug. 25. Up great Britain and Poland signed a Mutual assist am pact Tiluy in the midst a of tin climatic phase of Europe a War of nerves. V. L Raphael of the first Presby 1 directly from the White House Terian Church will officiate. Interment will in made in the Brick Chap 1 cemetery. Friends May Call at the Rector funeral Home. Faris streets completely dark it to Eli x men i Kelt a icons Aee fa4tories working on Gox Ernie it contracts x Eion Mia i in m pm a Mem Silvey successor As mail Carrier out of Roachdale for r. G. York who received fatal Iii arms in an automobile Accident Fincastle recently. Also was in i near wreck not far from the scene a tin York Accident. Wednesday morning. He and mrs. T. L. Terry approached the Ellis Myers Road intersection in their respective machines at the same time Ami mrs. Terry believing she did not have room to pass the other machine. Drove into a ditch to avoid 20 years ago in Greencastle the Xiv. P. Sackett store was robbed. Or Sackett and wife being with miss Garnet who was in Chautauqua work $75 was taken. Richard Cowgill of near Fillmore who had two blowouts of the same tire on his Ford touring car found half of a horse shoe in the tube. His Little daughter watching him remove the piece of the horse shoe said to him a look Good daddy you May find the the woman Scircle of the presbyterian Church met with mrs. Otis Gardner. The Martha Washington club met with mrs. Otis Gardner. Or. And mrs. R. H. Richards god daughter Dorothy drove to Patricks Burg to visit. Comparatively minor injuries. Japan via Moons Limp Ian Folio i Paris. Aug. 25 up the government today requisitioned All factories working on government contracts of any Dis Critton. Together with their personnel. The mobilization of men was proceeding As fast As trains could transport them toward the German front. By the end of the week it was Ester mated that 1,900,000 seasoned soldiers would be ready to take the first Shock at and behind the Maginot line. Paris streets darkened completely last night were almost deserted except near Railroad stations where thousands of civilians mingled with troops awaiting transportation out of the City to the safer Rural areas. More than 1,500 motor buses and hundreds of taxicabs had been requisitioned for military use the ministry of Public works had requested everyone without urgent business in Paris to leave men women and juveniles employed in factories making War materials had been forbidden by the minister of labor to leave their jobs under penalty of five years imprisonment. J Tokyo aug 25 although general mobilization i decided to abandon which would raise an army of 6,000, i 000 trained men. Had not been order edit was considered imminent and was in fact under Way to the extent that transportation facilities permitted. The British government armed now with extraordinary emergency Powers proceeded deliberately with its preparations for War. The great Home Fleet reinforced by the 1.33 ships of the Fleet Reserve was reported to have spread out to Battle stations from the Orkney islands North of Scotland to the coast of Norway and the Skager Rak at the Entrance to the Baltic. The admiralty refused comment. Quot the ships Are at their station was All its spokesman would say. Admiralty orders flashed out Over the world directing movements of the British merchant Marine. Ships were being commandeered As far away As Australia where an admiralty Flash directed the liner Morton Bay. At Melbourne to proceed urgently to Sydney and report to admiralty authorities. Travellers report Buklin. Aug. 25 a up polish inti air nil 1 guns fired ten shots to it any at Gormar Airliner a Nail named Rudolph Klein the official German news Agency 1. N. B. Announced. Washington. Aug. 25 up a president Roosevelt said today that there still to Hope that War May be averted in Europe. Because that Hope still exists he said he can not make any decision now As to calling a special session of Congress to consider revising the neutrality Law. His remarks were made at a press conference while he awaited replies to these three urgent appeals for i peace efforts which were directed yesterday to the rulers of Germany a Poland and Italy. Although or. Roosevelt described 1 european prospects of a or avoiding War i was a lonely Hope he made it Clear that he regards the current International situation As a gone of the utmost Gravity. Berlin aug 25. Up newspapers asserted today that the polish army was refusing to obey government orders and was eager to a attack Germany. Official quarters awaiting Adolf Hitler s word for the show Down with Poland they regarded As certain and imminent said they had not received president Roosevelt s peace Appeal in refusing All comment. Appeals for peace by Pope Pius and King Leopold of Belgium had brought no response. Hitler spent hours last night in a War Council with Field marshal Iler Miami Goering nazi no. 2 who is commander in chief of the air Force Gen. Wilhelm Keitel chief of the High command of the armed forces Gen. Walter Brauchitsch co Minand the threatened collision. She received a in chief a it Fth it Uraj. And Joachim Van Ribbentrop foreign minister. It was not until 12 40 a. M. Today that this meeting adjourned with the it was noted that the president Hnz a not this Lime addressed King George of great Britain and president Albert Lebrun of France Heads of the other two nations whose preparations for War Are on a scale similar to those in Germany Poland and Italy. It was recalled that the last j time or. Roosevelt appealed to prime minister Neville Chamberlain j of Britain in behalf of peace tin Munich pact was concluded Between Britain France and Germany with the resultant partition and later the absorption of Czechoslovakia by Germany. Kesi Lei i rom so ii i Ltd i k xxx Paci onside is Ren i n i x i Ion up Japan has her european foreign policy As a result of tin new soviet German part Kozo Ota. Cabinet Secretary announced to Lay the announcement said that a meeting of the Cabinet agreed to it it t Tison the policy a previously being prepared Quot in regard to Europe where Japan has a a no operated Undril the anti communist Alliance with Italy and Germany in the future the announcement said. Japan will pursue an ind Etc and ent foreign policy it us i on the government s moral views without regard far the a National situation the government was understood to have taken the attitude that go Many violated the anti communist Elmer Crawley attended the elks ted that destroyers were escorting carnival at Martinsville. Liners through the North sen. I Gre Sion pact with Russia. The Domei news Agency Sai that the government had instructed its ambassador at Berlin to protest to Germany against conclusion a it Fth German Russiun the Agency said the Cabinet considering formal de renunciation of the anti communist Alliance dispatches from China indicated improvement in a a t a i i lations at Hankow and tientsin. Terse statement that there would be no official announcement. A Wolf Uhr Blatt first of the afternoon papers led a new attack on Poland. Blazoned across its first Page was the headline a Advance on own initiative polish army refuses Obj silence to Warsaw a it was asserted that polish troops were eager to attack and that in such in Tinis Tuin a s a it. Is g in Lily probable that the polish army in Blind Faith in the Western democracies will lose its nerves and Udvance upon pending word from Hitler nazis said that any new proposal for negotiations must come from Poland a a a Mutti Iimori Ltd a it to a i a o a o 0 o o 0 o 0 0 0 today a weather 0 0 and 0 0 local temperature 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 partly Cloudy possibly scattered showers in South portion tonight and saturday slightly Wanner in Southeast portion tonight. Minimum 6 a. M. 7 a. M. 8 a. M. 9 a m. 10 a. M. 11 a. M. 12 noon. 1 p. M. 2 p. M. 63 65 69 74 77 80. 82 83 84 84
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