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Greencastle Daily Banner (Newspaper) - August 31, 1939, Greencastle, IndianaA a Kain Ano a Kukk a a a a a a a the daily Banner q 40 4 am. The Home news United i Kems service a a tit Waves for All m Lume forty Skyko Indiana till Ukiu Ai i St i a a. Not it. Is it i any Attema a lower shot i at Fillmore i j in varieties shown Are of usually in perfect condition now \ insured by Garden cd ii hit i a Maui show was held wed i a Lay at Mason la Temple next meeting will to sept. 8 be of the annual headline events a p i Fillmore the exhibit of Flowers by the Fillmore Garden a eat to it a had Ita usual Success. Wed so of Lay. The lower room of the Mac Temple in Fillmore was again i j As the place for the exhibit an the tables in it there were shown \ by Fine specimens of the Flowers Tach Are at their Best at this sea w of the year and there were some 1cties which usually Are not in tim i feet condition now. Ned if prominent of course were the Lias asters dahlias and Mari-1s, and there were a glads Quot which survived from the earlier part the season. He displays were attractively or fed. The interest of men in the elopement of Fine Flowers was in by awards to two men. Har storm and ear Bunten Mong the awards of Honor were following Litchen arrangement 1. Mrs. R Owens 2, mrs. Glen Morehart Vars. Ada Bunten. Fixed zinnias 1. Mrs. Cecil Hul-2. Mrs. W. D. Wright 3. Mrs. To Smith. Ompona�?1, mrs. Loin Miller 2. 1 Jack Hakey 3, mrs Neva us a l Loral arrangement 1. Mrs. W. Cix cd bouquet�?1. Mrs. Mabel Herlin 2, mrs. W. D. Wright 3. J. Char. Smith. A a ted planta�?1, mrs. Sulci in 2, mra. R. S. Cowgill 3 Karl a u Colora 1 mrs. A to Smith r. B. Of will 3. Mrs crisis news briefs Berlin German polish tension Warsaw Poland decide s on increases As nazis accused poles of Quot nightly air raid blackouts As Trench a lot ing British German peace of digging is intensified forts Hitler studies latest British urges people to he Calm but finds replies to polish mobilization look gloomy. By creating ministerial Council of Lefe nac. London British concerned Over stiffening of polish attitude because of massing of German troops in Slovakia fear Warsaw May demand their withdrawal before negotiating. Paris French observers report Milia Ary disposition throughout Europe almost completed ready for War. Breslau correspondent finds Eastern German roads choked with troops streaming towards Poland. Bratislava German troops estimated at 400 000, was against polish Frontier. Rome Mussolini b loved Likely to inject his own european demands in any polish peace settlement. Vatican City Pope order High Vatican dipl Mala Back to pints from vacation for peace efforts. Tokyo further heavy fighting reporte i on Manchukuo outer Mongolia Frontier. Vatican diplomats ordered to return d the in i.7. Mattoi in my in my is 3d. To Conti m l place e efforts in Fokion capitals Pope May return Vatican City. An ill up the Pope issued a new Appeal for peace today to the envoys of All foreign countries attached to the holy see. Uby Zlnuuq-4-1. Or Jack Husk 1 we. Art Ungi i mra. Mrs. I it it la Miller Ikey 3, mrs Myrtle a ment 1. Mrs Lark Lakay i mra. Ruth s v m Mora Hart. Runcy zinnias a mrs Myrtle am 2, mra. R. S. Cowgill mrs Imi Sutherlin. U�?1, Harold Slot in 2. Mrs in 3, mrs. A Quot Ai mild ilda�?1, mrs. Gun Owens and Ellen Lane la Miler Lola Miller ra�?1, mrs. Jark Huskey 2 Neler 3, mrs. K s. zinnias 1. Miss Maud my Ivy a a celebrate wed Dir Date mrs. Frank prominent w Mimi. Ton township family r a prominent Washington town-1 \ \ in. Putnam county family. Is repro nod in the Golden wedding annl Rosary Celebration of or. And mrs. \ Ank Rosaler Friday september 1 a Ley will observe the Day at their \ me at 923 South Chicago Avenue. Brazil with Many relatives and Cinda calling to Honor them. Gay or. A Laager was born in the Vic a. Ity of big Walnut Church South of eat ant Garden Hia parents having on or. And mrs. John t. A Laager. Ii also were Well known. Inn. Rissler Wax miss Lucretia Jan Perrigo. Daughter of or. And a. Marcus Perrigo. Who at the be of the daughter s marriage a Jill cd five Miles South of Brazil. The a a oved to Westfield iii., and was there that or. Rissler drove i my his horse and huggy to claim his de. Incidentally the wedding y made the trip Back in a farm nth re a or. And mra. A Laager began to Weir Arr cd Ulfo on a farm in Perry in ship near Cory which they yet in and which is operated by theh in. They have reared a family of four Gilldren. Three boys and a girl. Clem a lab of Bainbridge Guy e. Of near Wapl Rall Roy a. Of Center Point mrs. Adorothy Emmert South of Brazil a a Hoy have eight grandchildren four j2 a Quot oys and four Girla and two great grandchildren. Otic res sleds Are Christ Ian people a longing to the Brethren lurch at Hoosierville pictures and mottoes that adorn the Walla of their reflect their religion attitude. Vatican City. Aug 31. Luti a High Vatican source said today that Pope Pius through Secretary of state Magione had ordered All vacationing Vatican diplomats to return to their posts As soon As possible to continue peace efforts in foreign capital. Among those who would he affected by such an order Are monsignor Landete Cicognani. Apostolic Delegate at Washington who is preparing to i return to Washington As soon As he can monsignor Angelo Rotta. Nuncio to Hungary and monsignor Paolo Marella apostolic Legate to Japan. It was reported that the Pope himself might return to Vatican City trom Castel Gandolfo his country estate within a few Days hoping to might facilitate peace work. He had kept in close touch with every development but informants said that he did not want to he even 18 Miles from Vatican City and its diplomatic corps. An informant said that vacationing Vatican envoys were ordered Back to their posts soon after Cardinal Maglione returned to his own Post yesterday from his summer Holiday. It was intimated that the Cardinal himself was summoned Back from Casoria his Home town by the Pope but it was said that this did not mean that Vatican was pessimistic rather it was said Cardinal Maglione was recalled so that he could maintain direct Contact with foreign diplomats accredited to the holy see and could keep close to the situation he. Like the Pope had been advised of ail developments during his absence. Nazis seek new Way to Stop peace act i so Poland of seeking to sabotage British and German efforts Hitler so oils new note indicated that order creating min in i a trial Council a is reply to polish mobilization mrs. Mcferran is expecting new licenses automobile numbers will be somewhere Between 689-201 am 698-800 go on set be in december will in Black Wili aluminium col Oil figure tii Hii 25 loft of thin year Imi Ilen your next years automobile truck and trailer License plates will be Black with aluminium coloured figures an letter. Your automobile License will be somewhere bet wee and 69.1-800. Your truck number will tween 118-851 Ami 119-750. Your trailer plate will to numbered Between 51-826 and 52-125. Mrs. Lillie Mcferran in charge of rutnam county a Auto License Agency. Said this morning she had not received her shipment of plates but looked for them tomorrow. They go on Sale Early in december and she has had her shipping notice. With some Pride mrs. Mcferran pointed to the Small number of License plates for 1989 which she yet Han. She will have to order an additional consignment of truck plates she Saivii. A fact contrasted with the fact that two years ago. Out of the 900 such pairs of plates shipped her. She had. That year 200 pairs of plates left one Yeffe ago out of the same number sent her. There were 100 left for air raid Protection number 689-20l be to Berlin. Aug. 31. Up nazis accused Poland today of seeking to sabotage British and German efforts to preserve european peace. While Adolf Hitler studied a new a British note regarding his demands at �?~�?~i080 of the year. This year on Poland. Nazis in what seemed a a it a the same original shipment new drive to spotlight Poland As a i Thore Are now le8s thaa 25 on hand Barrier Between British and German which will not meet the demands of understanding denounced polish to the remainder of the year. There i ligation As h political Man Euver to Are on y a bout 25 passenger car i sabotage British German exchanges. Cen8� Pintea out of the original j it was indicated that hitlers order 4.6 h tension is increasing in Europe tic re to Ken Britain and Gakic Man Ark i Kos m to not Vokk i Kight no sign that any a Dent f on Cori Hsi Wei it giving in after ninth Day i lie bulletin London. Aug. 31 i up Telephone Exchange at 6 40 p in. That All Telephone service with Germany was suspended. Berlin. A 31 it us competent German quarters described Britain s mobilization order today As a definite aggravation of the situation. Nurses dig in nurses dig a Trench As Protection against air raids on the grounds of the Guys Hospital London. Thousands wielded shovels and lifted sandbags As England took Evory precaution to protect citizens against enemy bombers. Creating a Council for mrs. Mcferran is National defense was a reply to a Sam a number of she receiving the automobile Anil received for this admit end Lions worse than it div government i s to keep Calm 8a1 hit i i proposals Quot Pri he Quot Continua my Ohl Kkt two polish mobilization. Truck plates Voel Kischer Beo Zachter official a a to Ai but he Burves they will not newspaper of the nazi party said of be sufficient for the motor vehicle Tho Council owners of the county. She. This year. A its formation emphasized the j ,88ued but few sets of plats to Resi fuehrer a determination not to re-1 Trent one hairs breadth from what Germany considers its just i sir Nevile Henderson British ambassador. Handed the new British note to Joachim von Ribbentrop foreign minister a Little after Midnight this morning. It was under Russell Alexander convention speaker err Castle City and Depauw University will furnish the key Man for the annual banquet of the Al beet Ian stood that the note arrived by special legion sunday night when the or air Lanc at 10 58 last night and that i a animation holds it sixth internal Henderson took it at once to ribbon-1 tonal convention at the Lincoln trop Henderson and Ribbentrop hotel Indianapolis. Saturday Sun talked for a few minutes it was said. Day and monday. The toastmaster and then Ribbentrop took the note to of the banquet will to Russell Ander of Green Natl. Publicity Dir nazi political i pos Toffic e to c lose the Greencastle Post office will be closed All Day monday labor Day. There will be no Rural or City delivery. Mails will be received and dispatched As usual. Quarters asserted Ector of Depauw University. Rep i pint i Linn i resent Tives of the Elbe Eirin legion i from Twenty states in the Union several Canadian provinces and South american countries totalling 150 or More an expected to la present at the convention. The Elbe Etian i Region is composed of men who. As Hoys Between 1915 Ami 1924. Had Short stories serials articles cartoon and photographs published in Lone scout Magazine. Fair broadcaster Painti ill crushed \. R. Coleman received ills Many injuries in i n usual Accident county schools opened thursday Isic he cd tii Kib Buchik lists and instructions and by Kkt dismissed Putnam county s three Tho Saml or More pupils in its county school system we Mlod their Way to their Twenty schools thin morning received their Book lists and Home instructions. And were dismissed they were now flocking into Book stores intent upon securing their text Hooks their serious school activities to begin monday morning. Their 113 teachers have girded themselves for their Many months of strenuous duties Center upon their principal responsibility which is said to be the leading of their Youthful charges along the paths ascending toward the Heights of Scholastic knowledge teachers arc supposed to be i aders. Also in Many other aesthetic activities it is claimed. There Are nine High schools in the county educational system and three town tips have All of their Grade schools consolidated into one Central Grade school and including these there Are Twenty distinct schools in the county under the supervision of Frank Jarrell county superintendent Education. There arc several changes in the teaching staffs of the county. Painfully crushed Abou the face head and Chest a it. Coleman of a Huntsville who has attended fairs in Putnam county in charge of the Dit Man a son broadcasting equipment. And who a Well known in the county by reason of that connection is in the Ixo no Hospital at Indianapolis. He Rece veil his Many injuries a week ago last monday night in r. Very unusual form of automobile Accident which occurred near Tipton. Or. Coleman had been at a fair with his broadcasting outfit anti returning Home at night he unavoidably ran his car into a horse which 11 ont Iii Icil hit a nut Moi labor Day Parade a labor Day Parade will be the principal feature of monday in Greencastle. It will be directed by Ruzell Mace and Cecil Flint chairmen of the arrangements. The Par Warsaw aug. 31 up a government spokesman said today that German secret policemen had occupied the railway station at Danzig last night and had hoisted Swastika flags Over it. Warsaw. Aug 31 up a government spokesman said today that conditions were worse than at any time ainu i the crisis arose last april Over Germany s dem amp ads for Danzig and the polish corridor. It was believed Here Tomt great Britain s negotiations with Germany were close to a breast Iovin and that at any time Adolf Hith a might shift the scene of operations by making direct demands 011 Poland government leaders requested tha everyone refrain from excitement and a a panic tendencies a and newspapers co of crated by devoting Only scant space to a yesterday a new mobilization order but cml miss was u i Chi sealed. Hitlers proposal a i yesterday to Britain for settling tin crisis were considered Here to l a a cruder than previous ones he h pm j made to Franco. Trench digging was the chief nativity and Many men went to to ditches directly from their offi a and work i through the night will Little or no sleep. Several America i films were and Drew size Able crowds but night c sub life was curtailed by on order forbidding that Lelir a Yosr it Kea Ltd w a Lviv True told i ii i War or pea it e is to be l Elt i did be m a \ Send message Paris. Aug 31 a up the Council it i ministers was summoned to me t under president Albert Lebrun at the Keysoe Palace it 6 p. M. It is highly exceptional for the Council of ministers which is the Cabinet Anil the president to meet without a prior session of the Cabinet. London. Aug 31 up the i government announced tonight it hat decided on Complete naval mobilization. In addition to the naval mobilization the army Reserve and supplementary Reserve will la called up. Also the Royal air Force Volunteer Reserve will be called into service. London aug. 31 up the ministry of health announced today that evacuation of school children and other priority classes to safety areas would be started tomorrow. Tic Pianta will gather at the City j Sale Al Ika Ami Othi. Spirita Park where the Indiana state farm band is scheduled to play and the Greencastle City band according to the chairmen will Lead the March. The line of March will include a circuit of the court House Square. Entry from Boesen Dairy wins first one of the Fine representatives of Putnam county a splendid Bovine population won honors at the Vigo county fair this week. First place for 3-year Holstein Bull went to the animal owned by the Dairy farm South of Greencastle. And i also won grand Champion Bull of the show. These two ribbons the Blue for first place in the Holstein Bull class and the purple ribbon and Rosette for grand champions it is needless to say were not pinned on the coat of Winner As it the custom with Many other sorts of winners but were Given the representative of the Boesen Fann who was in charge of the big animal at the fair. He will be shown at the Indiana state fair in which awards in his class will be made next tuesday. 20 years ago in Okee Nastle or. And mrs. Maynard new it were Here visiting or and mrs. Harvey Newgent. Maynard had spent More than ten years in the Navy. Donald Maxwell now state editor of the Chicago Tribune came Home from Cleveland o., where he had been working on the Cleveland press. He was ready to resume his work in Depauw. Frank Vaughn moved to Greencastle from Jefferson township. Janies Zeis gave a party for his Cousin. Miss Marian Morris of Bloomington. Among Tho guests were misses Edna Curtis Cornelia Allen Cena Brothers Blake Conley Tarvin Massey. Philip Maxwell. Frank Bee was Drill master for the Ben Hui Lodge. Or. And mrs. De Rossok and their two child in drove to Lasalle iii., to visit. The government s immediate concern wus t a report that Germany now Hal an army of 400 000 in Slovakia. Within striking distance of tin polish a .1 Fields. Three reasons were listed for the Quot cd Call to the colors �1 the completion of total 4 i i Nur twill one injured in Accident to links. Miss Harriet Winship re eyed painful injuries taken to Hospital Washington aug. 31 up president Roosevelt was believed ready today to make one More Appeal to Europe a leaders to Avert War. Some of his chief foreign policy advisers counselled him that a final decision Between War and peace a Likely to be made before the end of the week. There were ample indications in official quarters Here that this government believes the Quot Zero hour1 near a it hand. There was u perceptible lessening of optimism As the general nature of yesterday s Exchange of messages Between Britain Ami Germany became known Here. One High administration official said Quot the Mere wording of the messages. Which were very cordial in View of the Gravity of the subject with which they it la Alt would ind. Cate that a meeting of the minds and a solution of euro a s present dilemma is possible however the fundamental issues appear to remain completely unsolved and barring a Radical change of viewpoint in the very near future by one party or another the situation definitely must be considered unaltered it the very an apparently heartening development in the situation however was Tho reply of italian King Victor Emanuel to president Roosevelt a peace Appeal of last week stating that Italy was doing Quot whatever is possible to bring about a peace with on the basis a it this reply received 1 Hii Ichih us a a in it us i Wii derail killed in Aillo Widen Kasai cd into Bridge on state Road 36 West of l Ille crashing into a Bridge on state Road 36. Two and a half Miles West of Danville lust night. Patrick Davis 55, a world War Veteran of Toronto. Canada was killed instantly and his companion Sim Talbott. Toronto was seriously injured. Talbot was taken to the St. Vincent a Hospital in Indianapolis. The men had crossed Putnam county on their return Home Ami were nearing Danville bound when Tho crash occurred. Details of the happening could not be Learned As Talbot was too badly Hurt to talk. The indications however. Were that the car got out of co it Rol and swung across the pavement Senkir g the Bridge head before la it Webb Miller London aug. 31 up British German diplomatic negotiations on the polish German dispute were complicated today by an increase in direct tension Between Germany and Poland. Poll Cal experts Here expressed belief that the presence of an estimated 4 h ,000 German troops in slovak i would stiffen polish resistance to German demand ail might Causo Poland to insist that the German troops go Home before any negotiations were started. In Benlin nazis accused the pole of attempting to sabotage British German negotiations by their mobilization of army reserves. Britain had sent a new note to Germany Ami the next move was up to Adolf Hitler. The situation was regarded Here As a completely open one in which Tho British government continued to seek every Means of keeping the polish Gennan dispute on its present slow moving basis. Admittedly the prospects were not Over bight. It was reported that if there was any change for the worse in the diplomats atmosphere the 11 i it i it it in in i Nof to Vul unconscious from pain and Shock. Miss Harriet Winship of Chicago was taken to Tom Putnam county Hospital at 10 of clock today h a principal injury being the fracture of one rib. She soon regained consciousness after receiving treatment. Miss Winship Wah the Driver of i 37 Olds Mobile Sedan which waa struck in Tho Side As it crossed the National Road going North by a 38 Ford Sedan going cast driven by l. H. A Hender of Indianapolis. Both ears were damaged considerable the car could by straightened. Davis miss Winship was accompanied by a was wearing the insignia of the woman Friend who was shocked Queen s own rifles a Canadian vet some what but not injured it wad emus organization attached to his reported. Coat Lapel. Most stores will lose labor Day Greencastle stores and business houses will in moral close for the Day next monday in Observance of Zgibor Day. It has today been announce i by miss Helen Black Secretary of the Greencastle chamber of Commerce following a i canvass Sho ins made among the merchants Regula. Closing hours will he resumed starting tuesday sept. 5. By stores that have by a observing summer a losing hours miss Black Lias also announced their regular cloning hours for Greencastle stores Are 5 30 and six p in. On week a lays and nine and ten p m. On saturdays. An exception to the labor Day closing will be the Sam Hanna Book store which will remain open owing to the Rush of Baek to school preparations. It it a a a a a a Dei 8 a it today a weather amp Andes @ local temperature Ltd generally fair tonight and Friday eastward i slightly Wanner in extreme Northwest portion tonight. Minimum. 60 6 a. A. 62 7 u. In. 66 8 a. A. 7 1 p a. A. 79 10 r. A. T 81 11 a. A. 12 noon. 83 1 p. In. 84 a a p m. 84
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