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Greencastle Daily Banner (Newspaper) - August 30, 1939, Greencastle, IndianaBy a bather Fau and hum i i a a a a a a the daily Banner a a a1j. The Home news United i Kess service a 0 4 4 it Waves for All a potty so so in jhkbxcastij2, Indiana Avedon Kasday Aldo St 30. 1939. I ice vation Appel Here starts was >1 a us Quot shall Abrams praised a. Work of army i a Quot Fleenor is chairman i Temh Hevr inn i or Liiri id contributions Luis Arn do Jap Ken with a. Floi nor with subscript Ion i Iki i. 1 Ite instructions and with a i to a us Cerii Yeo Erduy anti Rimon t. The $500.00 of the gut Mantle army 1939 annual a pinot work uie army in voiced by Marshall abran a toastmaster Ami Quot. I audrid Fleemon win. I a Campaign chairman of the drive Chaa. A. Metzger the Campaign i Ictor who is connected with the i vation army state Public rela-.1.1 is dept All of whom spoke briefly. Quot to teams have been formed to i i ure the contributions the teams composed of the following Cap i Lois Arnold assisted by Perry 111, Marshall Abrams. Or. D. W. Nigh linger Andrew Browning Lynn de a Jan prof h. T. Ross Walter bal Harvey b. Walls Chas. Rector. A. Y Abrams and Russell Shannon. Audrid Fleenor is assisted Edw. Coffman. We. Bishop or. A one j. Krider or. Russell ver Orville Stewart Chas my Righey Fred Pease. Or. V. Earle a than Albert Dobbs and Simpson a Ner. Tie director in speaking of the a Loua departments of service in the vation army pointed out the vast a Ings to taxpayers through the my i prison program. He said in it a a if is examine prison Statis a to we will find that 75 per cent of Young men in prison today never i tiled themselves of the advantages sunday school the boy scouts. M. C. A. Or a salvation army Fracter baud Long program. Warden Wes has repeated time and time Ain that 79 per cent of his prisoners be not cd with any vement of this sort that among me that have the percentage drops a 10 per cent proving without n Abt that prison programs do pay he Alio cited the work among the married mothers saving that Quot last in Tho salvation army cared for _ we than 200 ind aim unmarried Itheria at their maternity Homes d hospitals serving Indiana. The Jio unt of Good that is accomplished shown by the fact that 90 per rent theae cases never repent in any ititus Len be it salvation army or y other. These girls who have has Ned to err Are loved and respected d trained in scientific Christian other Hood. They receive t Hie Quot pre Natal care and three tha Post Natal care at Cost of each Case to tile salvation my. When they Are returned t i piety they Are prepared to regain air proper place and become an us to to society rather than a Laibl to the drive Wal close at 3 a it. In. Lay when All report Are to be in to measurer Lola Arnold however to i and will be kept open for any Lav Nora and for clubs that meet 1 at ? d wish to vote a contribution tins ii enable organizations meeting afr the close of the Campaign the so to contribute to have a part crisis news briefs London Cabinet considers hitlers reply on Danzig and corridor expected to summon parliament promptly. Warsaw joint military Mission reported sent to Poland by Britain and France five More classes called to colors. Paris informed quarters say democracies remain firmly United hut will Welcome any sincere Peac ? move. Rome Mussolini working closely with Hitler on polish situation defense preparations continue. Cristobal military., guards ride All ships passing through Panama canal As precaution. Tokyo new Cabinet presented to empower reported Mission May be sent to Washington to improve Jap anese american relations. Washington official and diplomatic quarters regard chances for peace greatly improved. Bremen Given a thorough search coast a Saiu boats move alongside to see that she did not slip to sea h u l l e t i n new York. Aug. 30. Up a the French line today ordered the Normandie largest ship afloat to stay Here until further notice. I Uit continued until september i new York aug. 30 up a Federal authorities kept the Bremen Germany a largest and finest merchant ship in port today pending another search for guns and Contra Brand. Coast guard boats moved alongside to see that she did not slip to sea without clearance papers. Capt. William Drechsel superintendent of North German Lloyd lines the operators protested that the prolonged search and inspections were a outrageous unfriendly and said he had asked the German embassy in Washington to protest to the state department. Since 2 a. M. Tuesday the ship has been under steam ready to Speed Hack to Germany without passengers or cargo the moment customs authorities permitted. She was detained All Day yesterday while inspectors searched every compartment tapped on Walls measured rooms and compared the measurements with Blue prints examined the machinery lifted tarpaulins to look for gun emplacements and even peered behind the bar and furniture in the lounge at the request of Rhea Whitley counsel for the Dies congressional committee investigating in american activities police also watched the Bremen to see that Fritz Kuhn. German american bund Leader did not go aboard. The committee has been investigating the bund. It was on the Bremen that or. Ignatz t. Griebel. Former German nazi Leader in the United states fled to Germany without a passport in May 1938. When a Federal grind jury which had subpoenaed him started investigating a nazi espionage Case Here. Or. Griebel was a Central figure in the Case. United states consular officials met the Bremen at Cherbourg. France and asked that he be surrendered to them. Capt. Adolf Aherns who still is the Bremen a master refused to give him up. At Bremer Haven or. Griebel was fined 00 Marks for Landing without a passport and permitted to stay. On the Bremen a next trip to new York capt. Aherns was called before the grand jury and four members of the Crew including Wilhelm Bochnke nazi political commissar aboard. Were jailed material witnesses under $40.000 Bonds which were supplied for them. The Normandie was scheduled to sail at 10 a. M. But it was believed that customs inspectors would delay the sailing until afternoon when the Cunard White Star liner Aquata la and the Anchor liner Transylvania also were sailing. Coverdale hand to Leo on program the Cloverdale school band will be one of the headliners for the Bowling Green old settlers picnic to be held next Friday and saturday. This will be the 71st anniversary of the first old settlers picnic at that place. Bowling Green former county seat of Clay county is South of Poland and in usually reached from Putnam county by the Road South from Manhattan. The festivities of the occasion will be staged on the Public Square of the town formerly the site of the court House. There will be an address by congressman Landis of the seventh District saturday afternoon. Two Powers Send Mission to Warsaw spokesman said Gevoian mobilization c Complete and steady to March Warsaw. Aug. 30.�? up a France and great Britain have sent a joint military Mission Here it was reported today. Maj. Gen. Adrian Carton do Wiant of Britain who has lived in Poland Many years and Gen. Jacques Faury of France former head of the polish Railroad May be compelled to fix Street belief was expressed by mayor James Cost would not Fau. On City Henderson arrives with message interesting to note record a franchise states that track May in taken up but must be restored to same c condition mayor a. David James yesterday expressed the belief that the Indiana railroads successor of Tho t. H. I. Amp e. Traction company can be compelled to restore the part of Seminary Street now occupied by its track to As Good condition us it had before the track was Laid. If that can be done the Cost of the repair of the Street when the track is abandoned will not fall upon the City nor the abutting property owners. The franchise of the present owners. Giving them the right to operate their traction line through the City was inherited by them and the franchise originally was granted to a Albert Lieber. His successors and april 22, 1903. John h. James was mayor at that time he is the father in Law of the present mayor. And the councilmen were Charles Broadstreet de k. Black. W. E. Grogan. W. H. Peck. De mag. Walls and Jas. Vermillion in franchise is this stipulation a said grantee May take up. Any track. But it shall put the vacated Street in As Good condition for travel by the general Public jus it was immediately let before said track was taken the franchise was to run fifty years. Some persons recently discussing the situation and cognizant of the provision in the franchise regarding the restoration of the Street surface claim the stipulation cannot been carries Hitler s bid sir Novillo Henderson British ambassador to Germany arrives by piano in London carrying Hitler s demand for Danzig and polish corridor and that Britain break its Alliance with Poland. Tho British Cabinet Rofu cd. Military school head the Mission and orc i against the company because several officers and members of it. The pr0perty is now in the hands of have arrived at the polish capital. A receiver and. They say. It is cd the reports said. J need singly difficult to get any sort of the polish army meanwhile was financial expenditure out of a re being reinforced with five More to Cen ver the existence of the com Bili Zed classes reportedly of men Pany May soon come to an end. By aged 30. 33. 35. 37 and 39. In calling dissolution anyway it is pointed out. Them up. The government charged there is also made a statement to that the German occupation of Slot effect that la Ltd company when it Varia constituted an act of Daggres paste 1 under uie control of the Slon against Poland a vital interests Lawson filed suit against Earl is therein and town ship Board e it the suit of Ray Lawson against a Iff Lyrl Sutherlin trustee and the and Sory Board of Floyd township to Ive the recent awarding of a school a full driving contract to another Man t aside Waii argued in Flarty Efon Edge William m. Suthe Iun of the Anam circuit court this Forenoon id Tho Case was continued until 3� of clock Friday september 1. The argument was on a motion Ade by Tho defendants that the cond paragraph of the complaint mid be dismissed. This a restraining of Ier to print the carrying out of the contract j Ade with Verne Lydia k employing a a m to act As school bus Driver. The objections of the defendants attorney who Are mat j. Murphy Foj id Charlea Mcgaughey were that Here had not been a Bond posted As quire in an application for an in it ont Linurd on Png a four teachers Institute was held today time was taken by its Forelock so to speak when a report of today a meeting of the Putnam county teachers Institute which should have appeared in today a Issue of this paper appeared because of the last minute Rush in yesterday s Issue. The Institute was held today with its program carried out in All its details. Farrow rites planned for Friday afternoon funeral services for James t. Farrow Well known Farmer who died tuesday noon at his Home Northeast of Greencastle. Will be held Friday afternoon at 2 30 o clock from the Rector funeral Home. The Rev. William a. Millis of Crawfordsville will officiate. Interment will be Marie in Forest Hill cemetery. Friends May Call at the Rector funeral Home. Marriage Lic Ense James f. Anderson track Foreman Greencastle and Okay Neal Cook Greencastle. And Security. A spokesman at the foreign office said the government had Learned that German mobilization now was Complete and that German troops in Slovakia were ready to March against Poland. The newly mobilized reserves report to Barracks Friday noon. Placards announcing the Call were posted All Over the country contrary to Poland a past practice of mobilizing a As unobtrusively As possible. There were widespread fears that a Ger 1 Man thrust across the slovak Border would jeopardize the Central Industrial area and vital communication lines to Rumania. The government was ready to decree general mobilization at the moment the situation became critical. In reply to messages from Queen Wilhelmina of Holland und king1 Leopold of Belgium offering to serve As mediators at a conference on the polish question the government said mediation of that Type was always Welcome and referred to the reply sent previously to president Roosevelt who suggested arbitration. Courts surrendered its franchise and since then has been subject to the i of Simril i Nof twill band to Civo final concert Betty Vanlandingham will be featured vocalist and tap dancer the Greencastle band will give its final weekly concert of this season thursday evening on the North Side of the Square. R. H. Trembly will direct the band. Miss Betty Vanlandingham will be the featured vocalist and tap dancer. The program will be As follows March salutation a Roland f. Seitz Majestic overture a Carl Lawrence Lassus trombone Henry Fillmore wishing Fox Trot a. G. De Sylva Tuscarawas March k. L. King intermission colonel miners March Geo. Rosenkrans Beer barrel polka Browne Timm and Veroda bomb Aston March of. R. Farrar daughter of the Elm overture w. L. Skaggs laurels of Victory March a. J. Woods Bun mattresses for county jail specifications for i a Nisi Ings drawn up to give rest possible service really tall men and women who contemplate residing in the new jail of Putnam county should think twice. They will have to sleep with their feet hanging outside the bunks if the measurements of the mattresses being bought for the jail Are indications. These mattresses Are to be 0 feet 2% inches which Means cold feet for the tall persons. However this is a Mere trifle and does not concern 99 per cent of Tho prospective boarders at the jail it is believed. The ninety and nine out of each Hundred will find the length of the mattresses to be quite sufficient. The specifications for the furnishings of the jail have la a drawn up with the idea apparently of giving the Best service possible to the county a boarders in the hostile the furnishings to be of Good Quality and intended to make the stay of the boarders in the jail As pleasant As possible. About the Only complaint that they can make to the sheriff is that they will be locked in. And the Locking arrangements for the cell Block Are f the latest pattern and seemingly perfectly proof against tampering. Otherwise the prisoners will have a Nice visit in the jail. Representative of tax Hoard scheduled a representative of the state tax Board will hold a hearing in the office of the county auditor thursday at 11 of clock to hear remonstrances if any against the recent action of the Putnam county Council transferring monies from certain funds to other funds principally in the Highway department of the county government. It Nam Barr Dies to Russellville u e a t ii follows extended illness survived by daughter and son mrs. Emma Flora Barr for Many years a resident of Russellville died at the Home of her daughter mrs. Dora Mcgaughey. Living South of Russellville. Tuesday morning at 9 o clock. Death was due to complications. She had been in failing health for four years and had been bed Ait the past five weeks. Mrs. Barr was born in Russellville. September 12. 1857. The daughter of Isaac and Mary Sharp and on August 20, 1885, she was married to James w. Barr who preceded her in death. She was a member of the Waveland methodist Church. Surviving Are one daughter mis. Mcgaughey at whose Home she die i. And one son Harry Barr of Natch thex la., also two grandchildren. 1910 thanksgiving changed Washington aug. 30 up a president Roosevelt following up his advancement of thanksgiving by one week this year decided today also to Advance it in 1940 by one week and proclaim the Holiday for thursday. November 21. James sex Tryx ocl Siml tuesday message asks Fob emissary was confirmation of it estion to Germany of Danzig and c corridor Selt is Al \ i rounds action outline of Chamberlain s Menzago indicated Imanil it or Llad refused to give in to Hitler services Lili sri w morning from Home North of Cloverdale James m. Trusdel age 82 years passed away at his Home one mile North of Cloverdale tuesday afternoon it 2 30 o clock after an illness of several weeks. Or. Trusdel was a Well known Farmer and had spent practically All of his life near Cloverdale. Survivors include the widow eight children Fred and James Truesdel and mrs. Ethel Scott of Quincy Elmer of Osgood Glen of Bloomington Thomas of Gosport. Glee of Cloverdale. And mrs. Dorothy Schroeder of Indianapolis and seventeen grandchildren. Funeral services will he held from the Home at 11 of clock thursday morning in charge of tin Rev. It. H. Masten of Belle Union with burial in the Cloverdale cemetery. Bulletin Warsaw Poland. Aug. 30up the polish radio warned All vessels approaching the polish coast at the Mouth of the Gulf of Danzig today to beware of a a danger Point a about three Miles off the coast. The warning was sent both verbally and in Morse code in French English German and polish. Berlin aug. 30 up reliable sources said today that fuehrer Adolf Hitler May leave Berlin tomorrow. It was not stated what his destination would be. It was expected that some declaration by Hitler May in broadcast within the next 48 hours. London aug. 30 up a usually Well informed but unconfirmed source reported today that Adolf Hitler had asked that a polish representative arrive in Berlin within 24 hours to Quot confirm Quot polish consent to surrender. This report Cama with signs that Germany s dispute with Poland was suddenly moving toward a Climax. The same source reported that Hitler also had requested a British answer to his latest move within 24 hours. Sources acquainted with hitlers message said that careful study of his note inspired belief that Tho 24 hour Peri Oil might be less rigid than it appeared on the surface and thus might be subject to Extension. Informants had said that Hitler had agreed to open negotiations with Poland Only if the poles agreed in Advance to make important territorial political and economic concessions. Drowns i Winona Warsaw. Ind aug. 30. Up Lavaughn Friend. 26 of Pittsburgh. Pa., drowned late yesterday in Winona Lake while swimming his body was recovered immediately but resuscitation attempts failed lie was Delegate to the Brethren Church National conference. Circuit coi it notes Jomes k. Mcaninch and others Aro plaintiffs in the Putnam circuit court against Maude Mcaninch and others asking for the of land in the estate of John Mcaninch. Of township. James amp Alice Are attorneys for the plaintiff. Webb Miller London aug. 30 up great Britain a reply to Adolf hitlers latest word if not his last a in his drive to get Danzig and the polish coi Ridor was studied today by prime minister Neville Chamberlain and his Cabinet colleagues. Hitler s answer to a the British message which sir Nevil Henderson ambassador to Germany had taken to Hitler by air plane monday arrived Here last night. It was put at once before Chamberlain and Viscount Halifax foreign Secretary. They conferred at length Over it. Ind afterwards Halifax conferred with his Forcin office aides. It was expected that Chamberlain would summon a full meeting of the Cabinet this morning and it was partition 1 forecast that he would Call in Ella the lat a in Cut into session tomorrow or Friday Frank Day monuments of Stone on his farm 20 years ago in grmcnoa8tlf. Miss Hazel Fox. Daughter of Henry Fox of West Poplar Street was injured in a wreck on the water works Hill. She was accompanied by Floris Runyan and they were returning from the band concert at Banbridge. She was taken to the Home of or. And mrs. Jesse Young for first Aid treatment. She was employed in the office of or. R. J Gillespie. Manager Paul Wright of tha Greencastle band announced no More concerts that season. Frank v. Day has erected two memorable monuments of Stone or Stone. Rather at his 208-acre farm three fourths of a mile West of the Ragan Day Corner North of Fillmore. These Are not the markers of the resting places of departed human beings but of to nerf that come and went in the past life of this particular part of the great Globe on which we live so far in the past that an error of a million years one Way or another would mean nothing in reckoning their time. A Geog Logist could go to these Well ordered collections of Stone formations mostly in fragments that Range from a Yard in length Down to a few inches and could with considerably accuracy it May be assumed relate a More or less Complete Story of the life of each piece of Mineral formation. The specimens collected principally from or. Days own farm Are so numerous that he has been Able to arrange them in attractively shaped collections one of them on his exceedingly Well kept Lawn and the other on a graded plot not far from the Lawn one of the collection being something like fifteen feet in length and Broad and the other not much less in measurements. Or. Day has lived on that place sixty years or had this Hobby of specimens through More Ami has collecting Rock Many of those years. In the assortments Are Granite fragments from boulders which geologists say were trundled Down from the great area by the ice flow of Ages Long past there Are geodesy Ono of them larger than a Many a head containing crystals of Quartz in their interiors which were formed in eras Long ago under Tho action of intense he to. There Are specimens of Coral the Mineral Zed remains of the polyps that once developed in sea water Over this part of the face of the Earth there arc Many oddly shaped Limestone formations. Born in Ages Long departed when water was in a dense Sheet Over this Region or when water ran in torrents Long dried up there a specimens of Stone that sparkle with Mica particles specimens that Are tinted with Robin Ogg Blue or Rose Pink or Pale Green and so on. It is an interesting collection particularly to the Layman who likes to picture to himself the circumstances existing when the formations came into existence. Without bothering with scientific accuracy. Anyway collecting it has helped keep or. Day out of mischief these Many years As can Linuell on i Liu i a a a or to hear what Hitler haul said and the British government reply to him. There had been no situation la Many years in which such secrecy surrounded diplomatic negotiations. False reports and Hnz of truths were easy to get. This situation was so grave so susceptible to an explosion through an ill advised move that secrecy was maintained. Hut the importance attached to Hitler s reply was shown by Chamberlain s own speech in Tho House of it Ltd a Militon la a in twin Man died in India n a Colls Hospital a a Wash a Stewart age about 60 years Coatsville Blacksmith die i tuesday in an Indianapolis Hospital of Rifle wounds. Details of his Dutli were not Learned. Funeral Arange Menta will be announced later. It o o o $ a o it it o o a today a weather a a and it it local temperature it it it it it it it it it it it it generally fair tonight and thursday cooler in extreme Northwest portion tonight. Minimum his. M 62 7 i id 66 8 a. A. 72 9 a. A. 76 10 a. M. 80 11 a. M81 12 noon. 83 1 p. A. 85 2 p. A. 85 i
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