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Greencastle Daily Banner (Newspaper) - August 29, 1939, Greencastle, IndianaO it hah a fair and warm i tiie daily Banner it Waves for All a u Ltd 4 am. The Home news unitei1 thess service i. I a. A i Lume forty seven a i Indiana to Kasday All St 2d. . Henderso Call z from Hitler plane Kaitim. face him to London leaves Withol t him act secrecy i res Lii 1 1� a a tie rationing Ini �si-1 Donihi. J a11 nil adm Alt my Ever. Dull i Light l Nec Welty shocked germans a in a bulletin Dundon aug. 2u up am Lorita Tive source said today that Hitler s conversant in with in ambassador sir Nevile Hend last night failed to produce courage Merit for peaceful snot the european crisis. N. B., the official German new reported that Hendy in ambassador Robert could non morning. Ink d. I Moscow aug. 29 up ratify on of the new soviet German crisis news br1kfs la it aggression pact was delayed at least until sept mar on of the soviet parliament to Berun Hitler drafts reply to London on which peace or War May depend. London governmental and defense Heads hold anxious conferences As parliament assembles to hear Chamberlain. Rome italian papers pessimistic and see Hope of conciliation waning. Paris band of 130 wives and child in of members of the United states embassy staff evacuated from Paris arrive at port of St. Malo for safety. Failure to Ralu fact significant v Iii in. This Wil l. We akan Hitler s stand so him Xio hex let pm Bratislava German troops to occupy slovak territory to guard against Warsaw official announcement. Lists 14 Border shooting incidents m last 48 hours and cites repeated crossing of Frontier by German fighting planes. Danzig jews apprehensive of German occupation and Many Hope to flee City. Tokyo Gen. Abe new prime i United states and Britain expected to take Over foreign ministry temporarily. Move Swift la to prosecute ret or Washington. Aug. 29 up a some administration officials today viewed the action of the supreme soviet Council in postponing a Atifa cation of the Russo German non-ag-1 Gressick pact As possibly a most i significant act. While news dispatches from mos a bomb i cow ratification had been Post onion at a railway station at Pond Quot until later this week these Iov blamed on German saboteurs a officials believed it May have been of Arsaw aug. 29 a up cd 18 persons and injured 30 a it the it was officially reported today Loncz vhf reports said seven persons e killed and two germans arrest Vatican City. Aug 29 up Dinal Maglione. Papal Secretary Lexwe unexpectedly returned to al12 Vatican today from u attn ils Home town Casona. His Sud Tenil return was attributed to the f Odi heal International situation and a a i sed speculation on whether the us a planned a new peace move Al ii Iii Pharis aug. 29 up i one Huml and thirty wives and children of Nebera of the United states pm it staff evacuate 1 Paris today. Iome. Aug. 29 <u1 italian Moon newspapers Banne lined to that the european situation was Wing More critical and ii ple Coli a lined that first reports of brits note to Hitler a would seem to Lude any serious possibility of dilation. A postponed indefinitely. Failure of soviet Russia to ratify the pact while Germany is at the height of her dispute with Poland it was said could postpone or Avert War. Some observers believed that if the soviet should fail to ratify the pact Hitler s stand would be so weakened that he might modify his demands on Poland. They also believe that the firm stand of Britain and France against Germany May i have been a Factor in postponing ratification of the treaty. Officials said the situation in Europe was moving too rapidly for anyone to attempt a Prophesy As to what the next 24 or 48 hours would bring. In some quarters it was believe j that president Roosevelt was prepared to Send another peace Appeal to european Leader. Events indicated that a new one would have beneficial results. My. I i save Hillins wants a i my Tutti Riding Oil Terlin aug 29 up a a special mane held for hours to take is vile Henderson. British Ambas or to London with a message for British government from Adolf Ler took off at 6 his m. Edt a without him. Tie plane s motors were warmed at Tempelhof Ai drome. Instead Henderson his aide a foreign of i attache entered it and took off. I London news Agency had riled that Henderson talked to Lon-1 by phone after he saw Hitler t night. T was not known whether the aide k any communication from Hitler whether on had been sent telc to fiscally. Kit it was expected now. That Nderson would Telephone or tel Mph any further word he had had m the Feuhrer. D-3w j Ondon aug. 29 up Cabinet listers departmental experts by Navy and air Force leaders hered in anxious conferences to Lay awaiting a message from Adolf a Ler. Lour passed and the reply did not be. Berlin reported two hours and minutes before the House of com is met that Adolf Hitler was still King on it and that there was it that it would Eracli London Ore the session a Tarter a strictest secrecy was preserved As the nature of the Hitler message j to the British government Mes a delivered by Henderson last Fht to which it was a reply. Absolutely unconfirmed rumours of i feet through Berlin this morning it Britain had modified its stand d that what had seemed almost a fat a 504- a Daub Peless situation might still be in tved. It is necessary to emphasize that Ere was absolutely no known basis the rumours. But they spread in e Early hours with great rapidity. First circulating among late stay i at restaurants and clubs they a re mild Britain had taken a it defied position regarding Hitler s Mand. Later As they spread rough the City with the a id of taxi a Drivers and others they were Ibell shed Britain had agreed to prime Mimsi Kkt in said n ution a ready for any sex Antua Lityn by Webb Miller House of commons. Lon a Don aug. 29. Up a great Brit Ain has Given Adolf Hitler her a final answer on Poland and the danger of War still is acute prime minister Neville Chamberlain told a tense session of the House of commons today. The prime minister said that although Hitler had left no doubt of the urgency of demands on Poland he had expressed his wish for a British German understanding of a lasting Chamberlain stressed the Unity of the British people and said the nation is a ready for any Britain joins Germany nevertheless. In wishing for an he declared. $1 he emphasized Britain s preparedness for War especially in the air and on the sea. Declaring that a your air Force is in a state of instant readiness and a your whole fighting Fleet is ready at a moment s a the Issue of peace or War a the prime minister said a is still undecided but we will Abate no Jot in our Resolution to hold fast to the lines we have Laid Down for the British note to Germany Chamberlain indicated urged an end to Border clashes and circulation of a a atrocity reports against germans in Poland. The German polls dispute he said can be settled without Viscount Halifax foreign Secretary. Spoke simultaneously in the House of lords and informed the Peers that everything is ready to mobilize great Britain a regular army. While parliament listened War preparations continued at top Pace in Europe. Chicago. Aug 29 up the government moved swiftly today with prosecution of Joseph Paul Cretzer 27, a men s Public enemy no. 4 and a most wanted Hank who was seized with his wife. Edna Mae in a North Side apartment late yesterday. Agents under Daniel m. Ladd. Chief of the Chicago office of the Federal Bureau of investigation made the arrest. Cretzer had a pistol hut did not attempt to resist. Agents said the couple would be taken before u. S. Commissioner Edwin k. Walker today for a hearing on removal to los Angeles. Cretzer is wanted for eight bans robberies on the West coast. His wife is wanted on a charge of having acted As Lookout for him in several of the robberies and for having harboured him. Both also had been sought for shooting a Michigan City ind. Policeman who stopped them for questioning last june. Jamks Furrow Dif i it noon this in if on review of Kly 150 is tractors to in Titi of Manx \ it i d in it Hoki s singing i i d la Ision it Mil la uni mils i Kink i x k i l l. Mil i i i a it it it is i troops March in Danzig nazi troops in that City. Nami seize City and a step toward a Albert Forster new supremo head of Danzig Arrow reviews no of Forster As Leader was regarded As hitlers first move to partition of Poland. Forster is a Rabid nazi. A Eli. Know \ m an 1 is \ fixed Liy tiie xxii e. Mrs. Fan no Crow Farrow xxx As Mil x e x it s o f x. I funeral arrangements xxx ill be in not in cod liter lived Northeast of a rec Eastle James t. Farrow. 86 years old. One of the few survivors of one of the Best known families of Putnam county died at his Home on the Crow Road at the crossing of that Highway with the Rig four tracks North East of Greencastle at 12 of clock today. Or. Farrow had been in poor health for some time but his decline came suddenly. Ii Tinawi ship let held let a officers passengers on Norm and ii. In St Ste of a it Iii mint radios i d new York. A 29 a up customs agents searching every Inch of the giant liner Bremen disclosed today that they had delayed the sailing of the North Lloyd liner to determine whether it was carrying i a implements of War proscribed by i presidential new York a 29 up the Bremen Pride of the let Man Mer i chant Marine was held in port today ii custom officials ver tin protests j of the operators we wanted to Rush 1 her Home without passengers or cargo. She had been hurriedly loaded with fuel and stores and was to have slipped away before 3 a. In. Pin hours after arrival but when a representative of the North German Lloyd line went to the customs House for clearance papers usually granted in a routine procedure he was told they w Ould the delayed. It was necessary customs officials said for Gregory o Keefe assistant collector to Insp. T the ship la forc she sailed. O Keefe said he might make the inspection about 8 a. M. The Bremen had arrived at 6 p m or. Farrow s father was Marion a six late and he Quot Farrow a Pioneer Fanner of the mor Rud 1 we p �74 passengers Sion of Danzig to Genua in. And cuss the corridor with a British 1 111 Oill med or Png a two Box set of r let xxx Indian x state fair scouts in uniform or those presenting membership cards will be admitted free to the Indiana state fair Friday. September v Plana have been made for local groups to be represented. All scouts interested in attending pleas a see Walter Baynard regarding transportation. Ton neighbourhood and Marion far Row. Now living North of Green Aatlo is u brother of James f. Farrow they have a sister also surviving mrs. Douglas of Clinton. Mo., and there Are two half Brothers whose Homes Are in Kansas. Or. Farrow and miss Frances Crow were married a number of years ago. And she survives him also. She and or. Farrow have reside in their present Home not far from the former Crow Homestead on the same Road for several years. Or. Farrow was widely known in j Putnam and adjoining counties by reason of his former Active interest in Stock raising particularly horses. Funeral arrangements will be announced later. Services today for. H. Bird sail relatives Here have received word of the death at his Home in Bronx Volle. N. Y. Monday of c. Ii Birdsall whose wife formerly was miss Flor ine Gobin of Greencastle. Or. Birdsall became ill about a month ago with rheumatism but his demise was due to pneumonia which developed very suddenly. The funeral senders were held today in new York. Or. Birdsall had been engaged in the manufacturing business and had visited Here several times subsequent to his marriage forming friendships. Particularly among the University circles. Mrs. Birdsall smother mrs. Gobin. Was with her at the time of the death of or Birdsall. Including 1,072 americans. Passengers said the delay was caused by a Zig Zag course the ship had taken presumably in fear that War was imminent and that the ship woul 1 be a prey of British warships. Capt. Adolf Aherns the Bremen master said the ship had not zigzagged that the delay had been caused by Conlen or trouble. 11 said no radio message had been sent because Quot Static was the Bremen arrived a few hours behind the giant French liner Normandie. Whose 1.417 passengers were in a state of High excitement Many believing that War had started. The Normandie a radio too had been silenced All the Way and she had been darkened at night the lights Cut off in some parts of the ship and shades drawn Over portholes in the lighted sections. Passenger had received no news in the four and a half Days crossing they had been unable to Send radio Grams they knew they had been carried North of the regular course because saturday they encountered extremely cold weather. Word has been received Here that the Rev. C. M. Mcclure pastor of the Gobin methodist Church in this City became ill while on his vacation at Grassy Creek ky., and has just been released from the Lexington Hospital. The Rev. And mrs. Mec Luio Are expected Home thursday. 20 years a of in Greencastle from Putnamville. Relatives and friends of a. L. Evens gave a Surprise dinner in Honor of his birthday. From Poplar Grove. Or. And mrs. Galvin King spent the week end with relatives in Illinois. Among the Greencastle men attending the elks carnival at Martinsville were c. C. Gillen or. J. A. Throop de Coffman John a. Wysong n cd sop Woods. Frank Cannon Charles Mccaughey. Estel Brothers and Talbott Christie Fred Masten held a Sale at his farm South Vest of it. Meridian. I it ii xn4.i St i in \ i i i i i i rom i Ini k John g. Life of Kokomo a june graduate of Pup Auw University who had been awarded an Exchange scholarship to study in Challes University at Prague. Bohemia was recalled from the liner Hamburg yesterday As he was about to sail because of the critical conditions in Europe University officials announced. They also said it was unlikely that an Exchange student from Czecho Slovakia would attend Depauw this year. Miss. Ink ii i of it it it my tio legion Ali Lisky held in St ution Xio Dax night at legion Tiomi it of mute s ski. Inn of m de my. Buis presided Watermelon served to is glow and auxiliary after meeting Putnam county unit no. 58 of the american legion auxiliary held the last meeting of the current year and installation of officers monday evening at the legion Home. Mrs. Rachael Buis the retiring president presided reports of the state convention were Given by Florence Baldwin and Phoebe Brown. A lengthy discussion was held on the adoption of the department newspaper. Mrs. Phoebe Brown Junior past president of the unit acted us installing off Eer and Sarah Pease As Sargeant at arms. The following officers were installed. President. Florence Baldwin vice president Jonnie Thomas Secretary Phoebe Brown treasurer Kathleen James chaplain. Clara Hubbard historian. Rosetta Etche son. Mrs. Buis turned the meeting Over to mrs. Baldwin and Short talks were made by the new officers and also by a guest mrs. Elizabeth Jordan a past president of the Arcadia unit. Almeda Brackney presented a gift to mrs. Buis on behalf of tin unit and Phoebe Brown Ulso presented her with a personal gift. Mrs. Baldwin announced the following committees to serve during the coming year rehabilitation. Alma Grimes service Sale Gail Arnold child welfare Alta now gent Knight own Home Bessie Green americanism Merle Nelson National defense. Esther Snider Jones Community service Estelle Limmick Junior activities Charlotte Doniehue Maude Friend Sarah Pease emblems trophies and awards Clara Edwards membership elective officers scholarship and education of world War orphans Gretna Stoessel fridae Beatrice Ratcliff poppy Edna Best music Alma Clodfeiter publicity and radio Phoebe Brown Constitution and by Laws. Mabel Vermillion legislative. Almeda Brackney National news Jonnie Thomas pasc presidents Parley Rachael Buis Telephone. Mary Bittles sick. Kath let n Canary finance for september october and november elective officers. Due to the kindness of Claude Webb Watermelon tvs served to both the legion and auxiliary members following their meetings. Liml a a Ltd to iumiik�?~1 a Oil possible Illi id x Xii Nii Xii \ h in Ken m i i k i. A Xibi its i or Xii to it Mil Oki n a reduction a of $2.378 in Putnam county Public welfare budget for 1940 will possible As a result of amendments to the Federal social Security a a t passed at tin recent session of Congress which increased Federal i for Aidt Ltd i pendent children. Thurman a. Aptt j today advised Benton Curtis county welfare director Quot since your budget for 1910 h i i already been filed with the county j auditor an l published you cannot j now change the estimated reimbursement Elguie Quot or. Gottsc Luik wrote the local director a however veil May appear be on your Council an i request a reduction in the Levy m i rate As a result of this add led the county welfare budget flu 1940, As published Ramea u Risques for $33,972 for to depend i ont children. As the requested wad far budget was prot a us i prior to Tbs enactment of tie social Security am and intents. Tin f in lire does not made allowance for Inrig used Federal Frank Larrell closed sessions in with Xiii Oiin it end its sectional fleeting held the nearly 150 persons attending Tbs Putnam county teachers Institute opening session in the auditorium of the Greencastle High school this morning were for the most part a Petru ctr a is i the Putnam county schools. Whom there Are no proxy a it a in 11 hut there were others present who found the program interesting. The greater part of the members a t the audience joined heartily in the singing led by Eaton Cooper and mrs Frank Jarrell which with the of ill in religious service a Piid the first half hour. Clinton i huh so Law of Fin wished one feature of this opening which was the singing by the Miller Sisters. I. I Dirks Dean a of men at de Pauw University appeared in the l apm it v of reprise Illa Tive it of the Matt Hoard of education of which in i a mein tit and the local school men an i women. He brought a message from the state superintendent went into some details concerning tin text Ikioka to be used this school year. After the intermission Mary Jane Vermillion of Clinton township gave i so rules of unusual numbers and she is fellow i by or. I o Kosher Ltd of Indiana University whose theme was bused on phases of teaching. 3 he fill Nior school hand opened a he session with a it a Ltd i i rom 11 it i extensive repertoire pro i Ben Miller of the Indiana uni in Day. Discussed health and l. Us Tyas important matters in the Pettlon of schools of our Clay. It Ink Jarr. In. County a id of education closed the sessions n tin auditorium \x�111 and the team la id adjourned then to t e i Al i a under the direct Vioti or th�1 various Principe is of the county schools. Fumes which will january 1, 1040. If the county c welfare director a Erras a in the Xvi la a permit a reduction county welfare t 1 Schulk said. "1 am sure that a a but in Antii Pat will come As we in a i Izz is of indio1 said. Quot county to a fare in Makin gets have placed a a Tures at the Low i w Ith Federal and guarantee Deceron 1 needy aged and id Quot receiv�1 i after i a i in in a a a a a a it a quest e Bud Atn iut 1� rate meet. The a de it will ill tiv Gott the a i 1940 a possibility of taxes tews to tin or. Gottschalk i is of Public Wel it la Weir 1910 bold a a Stiina ted a open ii figure in keeping state Laws which Ami health to 1 persons and a a a they now have line the Anticis it without the listed in w hich they Ai extend t a the Pement it Hill i to re in county welfare Bud pairing the serve a a legally obligate l to dependent group amendments to tin social Security act raise tin Federal Shaie in Aid to dependent children program to 50 a i a int on awards up to $18 a month for one a held and i for each add Liti Omil child in under the original act the a a a i d government pai i about one third a it i expenditures for Aid to a dependent a children. Fillmore Flower show wednesday the Flower show at Fillmore sponsored by the Garden club of that. Place will he the Center of attraction in Putnam county tomorrow. The exhibition of Flowers raised by members of the club and others will he held in the masonic Temple of Fulmore. And Many Flowers w ii be on display there will be honors award. For the Best in Many classes. The ribbons will be awarded Duran the Forenoon and a Large crowds a a pm a to it it visit the exhibit during tin afternoon. Many Fine Flowers arc raised in that Community. Indi in i fix i Stock hog 7.000 holdovers 153 Market i 10-15 cents higher practical top a $6.15 on 220-230 la. W eights Hows 15-25 cents higher bulk Good sow s 25. 160-250 lbs $6.65 $6 95 250-300 lbs. $6.45 $6 80 300-400 11km so 15-86.35 100-160 lbs $5 75-$6.25. Cuttle 2.200 calves �00. All killing Active to Strong several loads Choice steers $5.50-$9.75 a a in a Yar Lings in by $10. I Ulk steers and yearlings $8.50$9.75 Choice Light weight la ii is $9 75, other loin is real he lifers $8.50-$9 50 sausage hulls $7 Down veal cars steady top family. 1 $uv5c Sheef higher. 2.000 fat to a a $9 50 Hoice $8.75-$9,25 t. Ady at $2-$3. Lambs 25-50 cents bulk Good and Slaughter ewes i Al Xin ii xxx nil it i in i n a High is Dent Quot icon oils Truman Xiv. Hays of Bainbridge. Putnam county achieved tin a a a distinguished students Honor for High grades at Purdue University a luring tin second semen Ltd a of the 1938-39 academic year. President Eward c. Elliott announced 1 today. Hays was a freshman in agriculture and Xmas one of 428 to receive grades that averaged a a a or better. This Scholastic attainment will mean a $30 in fund on semester fees for each Honor student returning to the University for further study. There were 6.517 a tue cents enrolled in Purdue University turing the second semester. A o o # o o o o o o a a today a weather a it ift and a it a it local temperature a it o a it a it a it a it a it a it a it a it b a it generally fair tonight and wednesday somewhat warm wednesday. Minimum 6? 6 a. M. A. 7 a. M. A. A 8 a. A. 73 1� u. M77 10 a. In. 80 Lar. A. M2 12 noon. 84 t p. M. 85 2 p. A. 85
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