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Greencastle Daily Banner (Newspaper) - August 26, 1939, Greencastle, IndianaThe daily Banner 0 Ltd All the Home news i Nikii i Kess q a it Waves for All 99 , Indiana sati Day Al lust a a it it 1k?�. No. 1270 3ith he i amba88addi Mhz a London after a Nukk Bino with u1t1.kk r i ii m in flan for speech die Asau activity la the government but there Wax not a a crib is atmosphere bulletin aug. 26 up i i Linn to urges said today Liat Dan task Home guards and storm a had occupied depots in Danzig 11 m polish state Petroleum com i and seven Grain silos belonging polish state Grain import ill v bar association considers proposal Indianapolis ind. Aug. 26 up members of the Indiana bar association today considered a proposal to recommend the amendment of the state Constitution to take a partisan politics out of selection of judges and to the constitutional limit at the closing meeting of their two Day annual session. The session adjourned after a luncheon this noon. Luncheon speaker will be Samuel k. Pettengill of South Bend. President cables new peace plea itt War or peace set it to Hitler in second Appeal earn allowance by building soil Putnam county Farmers re chive checks according to David Gill Mes Poland accepts terms asked Hiller to follow Poland so ample and agree to sell it diff frnces peaceably cd a Lily informants said also that m troops in occupying a rail station at , shot wounded a polish woman a r. _ aug. 26. I up i i of report was a that Fui Lii a Quot it Ida to Call Ali. L a a list is today press was in 11 i a that to far is the reports. A run aug. 26 11 11. Sit 111c Henderson British Anili Assa it flew to London today with a plan submitted to him by Quot if hitter. Mem Tereon talked to Hitler Lor an hour at noon yesterday. He to sad his government that he was iming to London. He planned to sat 1 30 a m. Today not but As 3 00 a m. When lie left. His i the was not Dedos. I if lie flew a Quot it he would arrive in London lie lit idd re 1l< if kit. Sala said they it expected Herider to retard to Berlin some tin a frae this was taken to indicate that Lar Asp sets an Ini mediate. Or Uri t reply to his of Long after Henderson took off. _ Nasi propaganda ministry Reaman admitted that he was la Jet hitter plan possibly i lie hops for saving uie peace of a Taftsr he talked to Henderson hit cancelled his plan to make a we tomorrow at Tannenberg. I t Prussia. A even Miles Miles from 1 polish Frontier celebrating the. Hot Rosary of a world War Victory r Russia nazi Germany a new the 1,520 Putnam county Farmers who participated in the 1938 agricultural conservation program performed Many soil conserving Ami building practices to earn their a soil building David l. Grimes county agricultural agent said today. It was possible for these Putnam county Farmers participating in the aaa program to earn a maximum soil building payment of $29,048.44. Or. Grimes stated. Decor us show those co operators earned 85 or $24.673.40 of the maximum amount. Virgil Sexson Purdue University representative on the state committee. Report that figures for the state As a whole show that the 106.997 Farmers who participated in the 1938 program earned $1,365,822.70 or 72 per cent of the total maximum soil building payment of $1.889,181.23. Putnam county Farmers have received checks amounting to $153,026.80, As of aug. 1. For participating in the program according to county aaa chairman Ora a. Day. This payment was divided As follows $137,568.54 for the agricultural conservation program and $15 026.80 tor wheat Price adjustment. Following Are among the practices performed by Putnam Ccu a it it Farmers to earn their soil building payments 1 153 pounds of pasture mixture was sown on depleted pastures. 4.098.8 tons of Lime was spread. 17,793.1 acres of Clover and Alfalfa were seeded. 3.098 acres of Les Pedreza was seeded. Timothy was seeded on a total of 1,768.4 acres. Official to visit chapter september 1 _. _ had Walti ii Tina Spighi b who belief that it would Mark the lax la the polish German dispute that in it Hitler would announce the world his plans ate Eald that Hitler probably ild postpone the nazi party anus j rally get for sept. 2. A postponement of this rally a id be taken to mean that Hitler i not certain that the Climax of dispute with Poland would be Ched by sept. 2.�?ed. I t was said officially that Hitler celled his Tannenberg speech be be of the tense european Situa a veil informed nazi quarters re ted that instead of making the ech. Be would make a formal claymation of some sort Othel Man people today. Wendenon a talk with i Dereonn a departure for i the cancellation of tomorrow s ech were about the Only specific Eio ments Here on the diplomatic i the physical Side the German thana air line suspended service All its foreign routes t was reported that Many jape residents outraged by the Ger a russian non aggression pact re leaving the country and that Mberwa of the japans. Embassy of might leave. I. United press Amsterdam Dis cd quoted Netherland lets return from Germany As saying that a Lene vey worthy grand Matron of Indiana grand chapter of the order of Eastern Star will make her official visit with Greencastle chapter on the night of september 1st. Other state officials will be present As Well As representatives from surrounding chapters. A dinner will be served at 6 30 o clock at the masonic Temple. Reservations Are necessary. Persons wishing to attend please Call 132-j or 747-m or notify any officer by thursday morning. August 31st. A pleasant evening is anticipated and it is hoped that All who can will be present for the dinner As Well As the session following. Hitler. London y had seen German soldiers has constructing barricades and dig a trenches along the nether hoc Many Border. Off Leclai orders had been flashed to Man merchant ships to remain port or if at sea to Rush Home. There was unusual activity in the . The government get. During the night but there a not a Quot crisis atmosphere. Crowd Breaks up communist meeting partially wrecked building w hic h w As dedicated to Texas Soldier dead we Ashington aug. 26 a up president Roosevelt put War or peace squarely up to Adolf Hitler today by asking him to follow Poland s example Ami agree to compose German polish differences peaceably. The president cabled Hia new Appeal to Hitler last night. His second within 24 hours. He informed him that president Ignacy Moscicki of Poland had agreed to Settle the controversy by direct negotiation or conciliation. In urgent terms lie asked Hitler to accept too. A a the polish government is willing to agree to solve the controversy which has Arisen Between the Republic of Poland and the German reign by direct negotiation or through the process of conciliation Quot or. Roosevelt cabled Hitler. Quot countless human lives can yet be saved. All the world prays thut Germany too will the president dispatched his new Appeal immediately upon receipt of a message from Moscicki accepting the terms of a proposal which was sent simultaneously to him and to Hitler by or Roosevelt thursday night. Quot i have this hour received from the president of Poland a reply to u message which i addressed to your excellency and to him last night Quot president Roosevelt said to Hitler. The government hoped that a Way still might be found to preserve peace but prepared to Quot Cushion Quot this country against the Impact of War. Acting Secretary of the Navy Chari a Edison and Admirall it uis Stark chief of naval 0� orations assure i the president the. The Navy is a ready for an the president conferred for two hours with the members of his Cabinet. Soon afterwards the state department announced an elaborate plan for evacuating thousands of american citizens from Europe. This plan the department said was worked out in conferences with the Navy department and the maritime commission. The announcement said the Normal facilities of american Flag vessels were sufficient at the moment to bring Home All the americans who wish to come. Only merchant ships passenger liners will la used. In unusual emergency the three u. S. Warships now in european Waters May be used to transport citizens from Dunger spots to places of safety where they can embark on regular passenger or freight ships for Home the department sail the government would not Bear the Cost of bringing its citizens Home. But a i Range ments have been made whereby american consuls May Advance Small sums to americans who arc stranded without funds. Arrangements also have been made for diplomatic missions to take Over Protection of foreign interests in event of a rupture of diplomatic relations. The american red Cross notified the state department it is prepared to cooperate with the american government in solving problems that May arise in event of hostilities. Four generations shown North Side of dual Lane finished the North Lane of the new dual Highway of u. S. 40 in the East sector from Brazil West 2.7 Miles has been completed and the construction j Crew has turned Back East and is now pouring Cement on the South Lane r. Mccalman co. Of Danvi pc Are making fast strides in finishing their contract. While rapid Progress is being made in the construction of the Eastern sector of the new dual Lane Highway contract Iota work on the Western sector has been delayed by the mid i West construction Cone ret being tied up on an Illinois Road contract. File com it lust to set aside Velion w. O. Moser Cloverdale is Here shown As he was photographed at Mayfield. Ky., a few Days ago. While visiting Roy evens and family and other relatives there. Or. Moser is the Man standing in the background and standing by his be is mrs. Marion Hume. Zionsville ind., who i the daughter of Cecil Moser seated and in front of All is two year old Barbara Ann Hume daughter of mrs. Murion Hume. These Are representatives of four generations of the Moser family. Ii div receives in Man messages my Reh Iii immediately to first message Rome aug. 26 up Premier Benito Mussolini has received two messages from Adolf Hitler through the German am Baas Lor Here it waa announced today. Mussolini replied immediately to the first message i was announced through the italian embassy at Berlin. A the momentous nature of the Exchange was indicated by an unofficial communique which said 11 Duce Mussolini received Herr von Mac Lonsen the German ambassador who was accompanied by count Ciano foreign minister. The ambassador gave 11 Duce a Long message we hich had been telephoned by Adoph Hitler. Ii Duce i a a Rcd the message immediately. His answer was Given to the fuehrer by the italian ambassador Attolico at 6 p. M. A at 9 30 p. M. 11 Duce received the ambassador again. The ambassador welfare to take a a applications the local Public welfare office is now receiving applications for the october acc enrolment Linton Curtis county welfare director. Announced today. Boys interested in entering the civilian conservation corps Are urged to report to the welfare department As soon As possible in order that preliminary i Vestiga Ray Lawson was one of losing bidders for i a on tic it t in Floyd township of particular interest to taxpayers of Floyd township. In Putnam county is the complaint to set aside action of the advisory Board and the trustee of Floyd township filed Friday in the circuit court in tie interests of Ray Lawson who was one of the losing bidders for a contract in Floyd township to drive a school bus for the coming four years. The complaint sets out that the Law requires Quot at any session of such hoards any taxpayer of the township May appear and be heard As to the advisability of any est mate or estimates of expenditures or any j proposed Levy of taxes or l in approx i Al of trustees report or any other i j matter being considered by the a Only allegation in the comp Ardnt to that at the recent meeting of the advisory Board and the trustee Waii Sutherlin held july 3. At which bids were opened and contracts were made for school bus Drivers was held behind closed doors and inter ate i taxpayers were not allowed to attend ballot poll turns out super team All of Best Putnam a a Oil a Tyr a players in game tuesday Lien Hanlon leads list Elmer Hammond placed High in Mentor h position Don Cooper assisting him Putnam county fans turned out a super Hardwood team As the ballots that poured into the Banner office last evening were tabulated and a team took shape in the top ten players. When the local stars take the floor on tues Lay evening it the Green cast be High school gymnasium against the team of All stars that were balloted from All Over the state there will tie All of the Best that there is in Putnam county Misket till on the floor. Leading the list in number one position is Ben Hanlon Greencastle High school Flash who kept a close Lead through most of the polling and finished with 2466 votes. He is closely followed by such other county stars As Coffman. Greenu Astle 2017 Bob Michael Bainbridge 1752 Paul Hurst Belle Union 1471 m. Michael Buin Ridge 1405 Floyd Goodman Grcen cattle 1345 Floyd Bond Reelsville 1226 Malcolm Wade Fillmore 1202 Charles Hodge Belle Union 1187 Vornle Zeiner Fillmore 1168 alternate Embert ii. Russellville 1053 James Miller Fillmore 1021 tons can be completed before the next enrolment period. October 1 to a the meeting 2 a. Or. Lawson alleges that his bid under new regulations any Unzem i Lor Driver on route 4 was the Low played youth Between the a a of 17 Cost or Dost a that it was the duty and 23 j years who is in varied in j of the Hoard Ami trustee to award Good health and in need it i employ a him the contract. He says his bid was ment May enrol for membership. I for $4 47 per Day but that the con preference will be Given those who j tract was Given vein. Lydick it have needy dependents. Be Muse of $4.80 per Day. Recent interpretation of Lega provisions governing the age limit of Jun or. Lawson puts his loss As a n suit of the alleged wrongful letting for enrol Lees it was necessary to set of the contract at $2500 and he i so 231 j years As the maximum Entrance that the court declare the my on age since no Junior member ran the Board and trustee of no effect a i legally remain in the corps after that it be set aside reaching the age of 24. J Hamilton amp Hamilton Are attorneys the county director explained that1 for the complainant the welfare department has been taking care of acc applications Only. Local lax Kut it since August 1, when the state Board of Public welfare approved a plan making the Public welfare office responsible for investigating the gave him another message which had of applicants and selecting been received by Telephone. Quot count Ciano w is also present at the second rites for mrs Lloyd to be held Mon a \ a. M. San Antonio. Tex. Aug. 26.�? up a crowd of 5.000 angry citizens including several Hundred world War veterans in fraternal uniforms. Broke up a communist meeting in municipal auditorium last night and some of them partially wrecked the building which was dedicated to Texas Soldier dead. Police chief Ray Ashworth. Sergt. Wallace Waltersdorf patrolman a. B. Gonzales and George Bartholomew a newspaper photographer were seriously injured and several demonstrators received minor injuries when l30 policemen attempted to disperse the crowd with tear Gas. Water Hose and nightclubs. It was a demonstration protesting what Many participants vociferously claimed to be a the dese cratic of the auditorium by the communists and by mayor Maurey Maverick whose refusal to rescind their permit to use the buildings lecture Chapel Drew Sharp criticism from scores of j patriotic fraternal religious and civic groups. Fresh Oil on Ico a 58 travellers on state Road 59 North of Carbon this week get into fresh Oil on the Oil bound gravel Road All the Way to state Road 36 at Bellemore. In an attempt to avoid the fresh Oil some travellers return by the old Bridgeton route from Rockville but find the county Road also freshly oiled in Parke county. 20 years ago in Green Castle mrs. Andrews Durham and children returned Home from their Summers visit in Milford a. Otto Dobbs had a Sale at his farm East of town which he had recently sold to Fred Vaughn. The Martha Washington club met with mrs. Otis Gardner. Captain Thomas manual arrived from France and visited his parents or. And mrs. A. H. Manuel. Funeral scr vice for . Sarah Lloyd wife of Samuel Lloyd who died Fri Lay morning at her Home on West Walnut Street Road will be held monday morning at 10 30 of clock from the Rector funeral Home. The services will be c conducted by the Rev. V. L. Raphael pastor of the first presbyterian Church. Interment will be made in the Brick Chapel cemetery. Enrol Lees. Before this month boys were selected by the District visitors of the governors commission on unemployment Relief. Now there is an enrolment Center in every county where boys can go to apply. Carrier boys to will be l powered different e is \ Fry slight by t actual rate May be yet lower i the of coach for the Putnam county All Stum is Green Castle s Elmer Hammond who will it Ach at Fillmore this year. As ids assistant will tie Donald Cooper Dean of Putnam county coaches. Cooper bus seen i longest service in the county anti is Well qualified to fill the i position Ummond received 2258 votes to i named Couch and Cooper polled 48? to be named assistant. C the rival squad there will be two flaying against Hanlon. Coffman and Goodman that played with them in Many a Hardwood tilt. These two i Are Greencastle s own favourites i the state balloted All stars Don or and George Taylor. Then to. A a will Aso to such other stars As Crow of Franklin Field of Moores Villa. I a Toro of Spencer Mitchell of Crispus at tucks. Goodwin of Bloomington Krampe of Short Ridge Williams of Southport and Bundy of a Salem. I the Putnam county team will be in h Oulu Icid on a nut i our i rec of i Jis from alleged attack it is now assured that the total Tux rate in Greencastle City for next year will tic lower than the rate this year. The difference Between the i present rate and that proposed of visit state fair four Carrier boys will be the guests of the daily Banner and the Indianapolis news at the Indiana state fair on september 3. Those receiving the award in the subscription contest Are Keith Lyon William Shelly. Harold Quebbeman and Ben Cannon. Were shipped by truck. Their House on Washington Street in this City will be occupied by Paul Grimes City clerk treasurer and his family. Or. And mrs. Zeis came to Green Castle in May. 1899, and both of them have been identified with the social and civic activities of the City. From 1899 to 1920. Or. Zeis operated his grocery store and bakery store which was located in the present rooms of the a. K p. Store on the South Side of the court House Square. Later he became engrossed with his farming interests. At St. Petersburg or. Zeis will be associated with he son. James in a grocery store and Market on North ninth Street. Mis. Pics has been a Busy Man. In or. And mrs. Zeis left today for a years stay at St. Petersburg or. And mrs. Charles v. Zeis left addition to his private business he this morning by automobile for a served two terms As City councilman years stay at St. Petersburg fla., two terms As mayor three As re pub where they Hope the wonderful Sun lican county chairman and two As Shine of that climate will Benefit the City chairman. He has served on the i health of both. Their household goods county Board of finance and on various tax boards. He As mayor established a reputation for progressiveness standing for the betterment of the City always. During his administration Many new hard surface a pavements were Laid the Street lighting system a was bettered the Park was developed i the sewage system was put in operation and the water works system was Tucen Over by the City. As Cam pen tation for his various official a jobs Quot or. Zeis says he received a total of but $4,800. He says he Hopes to return to Greencastle frequently and. Above All he says he wants to be Back Here in 35 years when the last of the water Purchase Bonds will have been paid off and he we amp its to help Burn the retired Bonds. Next year is so far. Very slight hut it actually is lower and there is a Chance that it will be yet lower than the proposed figure. Last year Greencastle taxpayers paid taxes on a Levy Ltd $3.00 Flut. Am the figures for next Yuer now stand subject to reduction the total rate for next year is $2.979. The county auditor Gilbert e. Ogles. Has not yet received formal notice from the state Treasury department of the total state rate for next year but it May be assumed to be the same As that in effect this year of $2.979 for next years tax collections. This assumed state rate and the proposed rates in effect in Greencastle City Are As follows state 15 cents. County 84 cents. City civil corporation 86 cents. City twp. School corporation 82 cents. Township poor rate. 16 cents. Township Road Bonds 5 cents. Library 7 cents. Township general fund $.029. Total proposed rate collectible or. City $2.979. Brazil ind., aug. 26. Up two Brothers of Leslie Barker. 60. Kansu City electrician returned with him to his Home today after he r a had recovered from an alleged attack by worlds fair bandits. Barker was taken from a transcontinental bus Here thursday after he Hud attacked the bus Driver and tried to leap from the machine. Police believed he was u victim of a mental disorder. He told them yesterday however that he Hii been doped and robbed of $400 while at the worlds fair in. New York City authorities believe tin robbers had put him on the bus still under the influence of an undetermined drug. Wise funeral to be held at Fillmore sunday p. M funeral services for mrs. Ella Hubbard Wise who died at Indianapolis Friday will be held sunday afternoon at 2 of clock from the Fillmore Christian Church. Interment will be made in the Fillmore cemetery. Thompson rites last rites for John t. Thompson. Parke county Farmer who died thursday were held saturday afternoon at 2 o clock from the Portland Mills Church in charge of the Rev. H. O. Bratton of Bainbridge. Interment was made in the it Moriah cemetery. Today a weather 0 a and 9 a local temperature a i fair saturday and sunday Little a Chango in temperature. Minimum. 50 i m 60 7 a. In. 63 8 a. M.-. 71 1 i 74 1&Quot a in 77 11 a. M77
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