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Greencastle Daily Banner (Newspaper) - December 7, 1939, Greencastle, IndianaThe weather 4 \i1c and colder 4 4 4444440 a me forty eight the daily Banner a it Waves for All 9 a 0 4 All the Howe new 4 United i service 4 a a a big keen Castle Indiana t1hksdav, deem her 7, lib a. Not a. U display \1erchants re windows kiss a Ringei it bowl str it ets at open wed piday evening i prize was opening of Holiday shop Kason a grand Success for participating merchants drastic a main thoroughfares Hosier wednesday night than m. E. Men s club enjoys dinner speech the attendance at the methodist men s club dinner last night in Gobin memorial Church represented the largest attendance of the year. The splendid Chicken dinner served by the Lades of the Church was greatly enjoyed by every Man present. The program with Walter Ballard chairman. $10.00 proved most interesting the speak her was Oliver Hobbs of the Hobbs Nursery. Bridgeport Indiana who spoke on Quot the divining he printed out How dowsers Down through the centuries had made use of the witching St cd in locating water Vains for Wells and Sites for ave been for the past several f�use3 the m do a Quot Bonstra. Tons were so interesting that the majority remained for More than an hour after the program was Over to ask questions and use the various devices brought by the speaker to the meeting. The next meeting of the Depew Goff of Russellville died thursday was assistant cashier 07 state Bank and widely known in Russellville w a s e 1.1. K n o w x ii e it e or. Goff often \ Gree Castlo. Underwent appendicitis operation a vember 211 is when townspeople and Citiz-�1 All Over the county came in to guess on the value of the Vise in the windows main award of $10.00 in Cash to William Alexander of 200 nut Street with a total score 52.78. The actual total value merchandise in the windows of 1 teen merchants was $3,371.-guess was w Hin $19 of Ual total while h. Clay Trank the grand prize of $10 by Puta total guess of $3.400 and the actual total by $29. J business men in neighbor awards made were i town do not Eire Ford s. Lucian Lelong col j the plan mrs. Harold Duncan of 401 j _ culinary Street who guessed j in connection with a proposal that my Down a merchandise value parking meters should be installed a in Greencastle As a solution of the Viu s Boot shop ladies slip j Lack of agreement concerning Park Man and wife Are held on theft charges Delphi. Ind. Dec. 7. Lup Russell Staley. 46. And Bis wife Ruby. 42. Both of Delphi today were i held pending investigation of their confess on to More than 50 robberies in Carroll and adjoining counties. The pair confessed to police detective Harvey Hile of West Lafayette who said they admitted robberies in Carroll. Wells. Clinton and Tippecanoe counties. Included in the thefts were chickens taken from their own children. Seeing Eye dog will be shown tonight Belle Union juniors to present play i kill school Park n t team 11-ers association is sponsoring program other peat i res \ lib listed Public in Corgi my invited to in Imi Rhent meeting to lie ibid Iii auditorium tonight Depew Goff age 56 years assist ant cashier of the state Bank of Russellville for about Twenty on years died at the Culver Hospital it Crawfordsville thursday Mornin he had been sick for Sev Crul months and was taken to the Hospital or. Sunday november 26. When h men s club be february 7 1940 i underwent in operation for append iritis. A a or. Goff was the Only son of Wil j Liam and Mary Clay Goff. He was i married to Effie Wilson Gardner in april 12. 1927, she departed tins life to ring r meters two winners who both a d the window at $153. Actual was $152.75 and prizes go to Kersey of r. R. 4. Green-1 and Margaret Kendall of 1011 i Street. Hannah a Book store award of stationery went to mrs. E. A. Of 401 South Jackson who cd the value of the window High. Is award of a window shelf Svel ties went to f. A. Walbring St Hanna Street. The window ing hours in Down Down Street the following newspaper dispatch from Shelbyville is interesting August 22, 1939. Survivors include one son William David who is 11 years old and four Sisters mrs. Maggie Hall of Bain i Bridge who has been living with him since the death of his wife in August j mrs. Cintilla raquet of Indianapolis and mrs. Bertha Doyle and mrs Alma Carrington of Russellville. Funeral arrangements will be announced later. Dewey holds n. I. n. Y. Slayer la a Injo hunted aide to German Leader Bui tally slain by unknown assailant new York dec 7 up authorities rounded up ail the Quot friends Quot of Walter Richard in Gulberg. Murdered Secretary of the German Consul general today hoping to learn whether his Slayer had la Yeti motivated by personal or political hatred. The Junior c ass of Belle Union High school announces that they j present Quot professor Pepp december 8 and 9 at 7 30 n the High school i gym. The characters have been chose i i As follows professor Pepp i 1 am 1 Leo i jul or. A b. By Trombus ter Marion Grubb Howard Green Charles Bradstreet Sim Batty. Elan Gaston peddle Benson Guy Gaston noisy Fleming Herbert l. Low. I Pink Hatcher Kenneth mulls bus a ter Brown. Charles Hurst bely Gardner. Mary Phillips aunt min Russi ins break the finn lines re 10 ims from Moscow Ark to tul that a it mils Ark still deadlocked weather is bitter finn Art ii it it ing for a fair tiny i Tiomi of Isiom w hot i w ill he to up runs Lull 0h Nettit it ill Man it Post is in is me Eft Bouer rub Petinu j Moscow. Dec 7 up rus looking Forward with interest to the unusual program to be Given at 7 30 of clock this evening in the High i school auditorium under the sponsor-1 ship of the p. T. A. Beilin Caldwell will present Cleo his a seeing Eye dog. As one of the Fen-1 lures of this program. Or Caldy ii1 will Tell the fascinating Story of How i Muggins. Mary f. Horn i Olga Stop-1 a an troops have broken through the Clover fran main finnish defense lines in the it so. Ruby Alice Kitty eos White Vivian Drew Eastern part of the karelian Penin Bennett Irene Van Hilt Eloiso me a 8u,a was asserted officially today organization. I Cammack Caroline Kay Gladys a communique of the Leningrad Cline. I military Headquarters said that the i russians had smashed finnish defences along the duo ski water sys la Teni. Which extends southeastward a uni i Atli if Morristown. New Jersey and will. I o i also Demonsi Alc How he leads him nil it safely through his everyday activities. Another unusual part of the pro isthmus of Karelia to Ladoga Anil the russian i the brutal bludgeoning of the nazi j Gram will lie a gymnastic demons i. Shelbyville merchants opposed to i parking meters in the local business i i Ili strict. Tonight rejected a City coun a a Ell proposal for a moratorium on met groups alter opening j their use during the Christmas shop a address in Minneapolis j Ping season and instead prepared to j j Start immediate Legal action against \ the traffic regulating devices. The City Council had proposed the moratorium at the suggestion of last night and the Ayr Shook who said Merj chants feared the pay As you Park plan would affect Christmas business adversely. Appraised at $63.10 value was $63.57. G. C. Murphy award of a $3.00 Jan die certificate went to beams of South Illinois the Council proposal called for his guess was $41.93 and abandoning the use of the meters in Ndow was valued at $41.51. A til Jan. 1. When their pc Montha trial Charles Fox of 401 Werc period would be resumed. To become effective the plan needed the merchants approval. Minneapolis dec. 7 up Thomas e. Dewey conferred today with business men. Farmers and politicians for advice and Aid in a Campaign to Lead the nation away from what he termed the now Deal philosophy of a defeatism and despair j to a Republican Victory in 1940 Jin Street won the Provo award overnight Case with a guess 6.50. Or. Prevo had Merchan talked at $196.13 in the East i official confronted them with All the elements of a fictional murder mystery. A Case fraught with possibilities of International complications. Police announced today that 15 of his Quot friends a associates and neighbors Hail been unable to give them any information of value. The Case was listed As having an a open motive with robbery definitely Engel Berg was a found beaten to death in his bed at his Brooklyn Home shortly after i p. In. Yesterday. Medical examiners said he had be a dead at least 24 hours. Because he was in bed Clad in a Nightshirt it was believed he was Slan monday night or Early tuesday. Thu posit i. M of the Baxly and his Uncle Ched Handy indicated that he was killed while asleep. Detectives sought seven or eight men who had shaved the five Roor two Story House with him at different times during tax past year. The Bod in a room adjoining that in which he was slain had been slept in repressed drawers and the Tion by fifteen boys and girls from acting health Dit icer is sues statement concerning Seal Sale in count across the Ward Lake Frontier. The finnish Lii a was described As l he a Maginot Kirke the manner Heini line of defense which extends across the isthmus la understood to be Between 25 and 30 Miles in depth so that a Success at the Indiana state school for the Blind. They will be under the Dir a a a no int tip Section of miss Louise . A a a the to by a a Ltd Quot la., head of to. Physical education d Al Ink in connection with Quot n the commune our Par it at Bute univ empty. To >u1ort. Chrt Atn 8�. Now Uii Lei Way a it is Kitaif Yunc to 111,1 11,1 russians Wei quote miss Schut Mcyr. The evil n a now within about 23 mile of Al Raul cd loss control. Thirty years Ako a Quot a it seeon.1 my of Finland. A tuberculosis was re us i Quot no quoth Gulf 8l,ll�?~ of the lsthmu8 Iii tax communique the russians claimed important successes All along tax Frontier area from the Gulf to the Arctic sea. A at the Eastern Section of the ? . A. Karelian isthmus soviet troops after c sible for out Fri j e v e r y s deaths. Dren Are Able to participate in Many of the activities engaged in. By nor Mal boys and girls. They equal a u Christmas Excell in gymnastic performances j in basketball they will i or about a the same number of Points As a Normal the program will include tumbling and Pyramid building pupils name the pyramids according to the mental picture i Voois seals i d. Spon sible for 11 out f every Hundred the occurring in United states. Today it is respond for five out of h u n d r e d the. Prize Heel to to i Vii lion vow he a to protect your Home from before. Most of the a people today arc More tuberculosis conscious than Ever results have winning steer was from Texas and was to be sold a to bidder today the Youthful Racket busting do. Strict attorney from new York City i gently. Declared loot mtg it i closet empty were open in the oct his Campaign for the Republican Ond indicating that its occur chan.pi�. Steer of the i presidential not Nason that Quot a. packed he red 40thkex a Lions Nasonal feats my was the cause of the break 1 be Back door of the House was in Chicago pee i up been accomplished by a process of i education and organization. Through these mediums the message of tuberculosis. Its cause its its common liability and its Preven. Tion has been spread far and wide. This tremendous process of education Lucky has Horn fostered and promoted by the voluntary tuberculosis Assoc a artillery preparation broke through the main defense line of the finns along the duo ski water system known among the finnish Whit i guards As the Maginot Kirke line and forced tax River Taipale Niokla and Are advancing it was line with its policy of refusing recognition to the finnish government the russian government now referred to the Fin Nish army As a White Helsinki. Finland dec. 7 tue finnish authorities Are engaged in i spy Hunt which includes the state and local and , up 0f common ats and other Schoonman jewelry store win Jad the highest merchandise the windows value with its j i a jewelry clocks and other a amounted to $990.80 and the r mrs. Maurice Kersey a i the windows value at $990. Horace link furniture store dissatisfied with the plan the merchants rejected it Nanini girly tonight and ordered members of the Legal committee to prepare for immediate litigation. It is believed an i Down in the con try a economic a Effort will be made to obtain a tem Chine. Quot our greatest National enemy is he said. C of he called on Minnesota rep bit damage Mill cans and locked the key on the outside. Tion. Goes to the auction Block today it has received almost its entire in j with the emigre Gas the costliest offering in a a million Petus a i Dollar payday for America s farm-1 Sale it ers. Horary restraining order on opera j a nationwide radio Audi ence to poin him in smothering the 1 Tion of the meters the Holiday season. I of a Mirror went to mrs. Roy of cast Washington Street. Putnamville lady mrs. Anderson i los. Bray appraised the win-1 Bainville. It $259.25 while the actual value effective during Quot economic quackery of the new Deal j Charger that the new Deal had failed a to solve the unemployment problem a and said administration leaders had 1 lost Faith in the american system and that a apostles of despair Quot now 1 Are echoing what was said in the same Starin 50 years ago. He Prelc i As thu costliest offering in a a million Petus and support from tile annual Erna Cut which Russia formed in a of tuberculosis not no. It a karelian isthmus it i was understood today. 1 informants said that the round up and was continuing. The 1210-Pound Hereford bom on the Plains of Texas 16 months ago ii i i won the coveted Blue ribbon for May. >1 my i to aril i Field Roth Nunn 18. Mason. Tex who. Met Quot a m c i i i n the Earlie those interested in tuberculosis. Had been in Progress for several a eradication know it is not enough to \ \ Ulkosis. It must be a Helsinki dispatch to the co wins coat award cask starts after re inti vim i Iii tik from coi Xiv in the put uni circuit court thl to morning tin damage suit from found St. Possible stake of can be co pm Nha in newspaper Lauona $4.00 1 from the. Sale he i ought j Troi cd it can b. Eradicate the i e "1&Quot Sally Lent to ice s,1, s m l 1 Quot pm a calf for $35 when it was two Davs. I Elj Arbouw Luht log hot yeat enday for a ending radio Mea i expected to pocket a profit of almost to a old. These this award was made by. I 1 Throe merchants for the nearest aps u Antral National Bank had to it f the Merchan. Two awards of $2.00 in Cash As win own the h p Mullins and j. W. Gough ,. A a re while the a guess handed in was Onue in it Statern actual value was $653. Hillis appraised the windows $510 while the actual value. T w 1506.35. An award of a coat was made by i ted that the frontiers of social and a Montgomery county of Ora 1 of non a award of a $3.00 Mer the fashion shop Glasscock a jewel-1 economic expansion of America have against Orrin l. Hat tic. For Tom use certificate went to mrs. I by store and Snider a wallpaper and not yet been discovered. Bray of 614 East Anderson i paint store to Helen Elmore of put he spoke at the City auditorium unde i sponsorship of the state re waa opened for trial with judg publican committee it before represent a Howard l. Hancock of the at i ves from five farm states. A crowd circuit court or. The Bench As spec of 11.500 filled the auditorium Lin a judge. Ing the a Sles and Walls and 2.500 the regular Holt jury panel was a listened outside Over a iced Peake i carted to Hoar the Case the Meni his icing subject to excuse by attorneys sensation for injuries alleged received in a fight Between the two men. Tax fact that tuberculosis contribute in i problem that affects every i Divi a Kothmann already had realized a profit of Nion than 250 per. 1.1 n 1 it Fromm Unity in the coun Liuva from ins in. Winning. Try. I inc Intel Niit Lonny. First ii Lime which the Sicer wan entered. I i i in it wills John d. Ash Dies North of cite 1 South Indiana Street both d $68.75 while the window s a i indie was valued at $68.81. We electric awarded their lamp _ a Jei Martin of 302 South Indiana j ars loll me less of $298 while the window actually valued at $297.85. Northern Indiana Power 1 of a pin up lamp went to mrs. Jird Brown of route 2. She a the window at $157.60 while a Power company had in Mer Dise valued at $158. Most incredulous guess was by miss Genevieve of hair who lately appraised at $94.98 the a Penney window. Miss of hair the $3.00 merchandise certify co first citizens Bank gave their in Cash award to Maurice Ker it of route 2. Or. Kersey appraise value at $15.50 while the act value was $15.35. He r. P. Mullins award of a do alarm big Ben clock went to it it oni Nuvil on mire two 14 us Vitkar end collision cause ii make to it alts it t no one was Hurt 0#c Christmas protect a tour Home whom a tuberculosis v knowledge about Tubor Cutola Meono a wer to conquer thai disease help a Pread Thia knowledge. In a rear end collision Between automobiles about 10 o clock wednesday night on Road 43 North of town u car driven by mrs. Estelle Frank Hall of Madison township a school teacher was hit from the rear by a car driven by John w. Rose. 18 years old. Of Bainbridge. And damages of about $30 was inflicted upon each car. Mrs. Hall driving South on 43 signalled she said that she was about to turn into the Dunbar Road leading West from 43. And had just started to make the turn when her car was stick by the car driven by Rose also South bound. The Hall car was turned in the intersection of the two roads so that it faced almost due North when it i came to rest and the car which was being driven by Rose was turned toward the West with its front end against the embankment rising above the Road level aged Warsaw Man kills wife and self Warsaw ind. Dec. 7 up a after writing a note in which he said life had not been Worth living since his marriage 75-year-old e. H. Sidelinger Early today calmly put four bullets into his wife a body and then committed suicide by shooting himself in the head and heart with a .22 revolver. Pastry shop on Square changes ownership the pastry shop operating on the cast Side of the Square has changed hands and is now being operated by i Russell Emerson of Jasonville. The shop recently opened under the name of Ruby a do nut shop and with the change in ownership it will operate under the name of Rusty a pastry shop. The world War 25 years ago today by United press Hindenburg began three weeks Battle in second struggle to take Warsaw. Russians bombarded forts of Cra for either Side either for cause or on peremptory Challenge. For the pm Alliff were attorneys m. J. Murphy of Greencastle and Foley and Fine of Crawford Svall a for the defendant attorneys Charles Mcgaughey of Greencastle and Arthur Mcgair Tiey of Cra a Fordsville. The fight out of whom the Damag suit develop i occur Rcd Muir i 4. 1938. Not far from Crawford Vil e. In the encounter the complaint of Tho plaintiff Ora f. Offitt. Says the defendant. Orrin l. Hartle Quot in a vicious and violent manner St tick boat and assaulted the s plaintiff knocking him Down and while plaintiff Lay upon the ground As a result of the blows struck by the defendant the defendant climbed upon the plaintiff and struck this p Paintiff several times violently with h s fists in the face neck shoulders and Chest Quot and so on. The Healing opened with the questioning of the jurors by attorney Murphy for the plaintiff. Munc1e, ind. Dec 7 i up i at he emf on thursday 1 111 111 tentatively identified As liar at howl n in Uljua adj k., wig it of Kokomo waa Jol. I Asli age 76 passed a killed today on state Road 28. At the Putnam county Hospital Eaily. Wills was a candidate for the be thursday after an illness publican senatorial nomination in the of six weeks. He was born in Green-1 ibo election and was one of the Castle and attended the local Par Mort prominent party leaders in the Helal and Public Sain it is and finished fifth District his education in Indianapolis. Or. Ash had been a life Long real j Dent of the City and had Many to Mosci today began dark and foggy a lie City was quiet and Hopes inertia <1 that the russians might have to wait still longer to renew their air plane raids. I increasing cold and heavy snowstorms Over tax country during the a i last two Days led finns to Hope that the War might Settle Down to a Long drawn siege. They believed the russians did not want such a development. There have been Many reports of inadequate clothing and food in Tho Russ an attacking armies. Fun Tiger the finns receiving reports of i sympathy from All Over the world i believe they have Inore to a n from delay than have the re asians. Germans m lie raids Paris dec. 7 up German troops made 60 rads Ltd the French London. Dot Ial resources me f f Oki coi lit a s 7. Up mater flowing to Finland Nevi Fui i to in l friends throughout tax county. He took a keen interest in civic affairs and was widely read. He kept in touch with til news pertaining to the government and also present con Luom abroad. A frill Vaj la cell Ltd in a month. Survivals Are one mater. Mrs. Preloh Werc Julia Leo hey of and Anapolis in Ltd Amonjr l a to in e line Between the m a from great Britain. Italy Germany advanced lines of the Western front j her in her Light against Riri sri it during the Early hours of this to a was reporte i m Well informed , it was Learned today in Tho tors today arms and Musil runs raided All i sent or Are being sent have his a to Finland two Brothers Thomas of indians rite anrhi7 e re vet a u the go a. And Andrew of this City. Funeral services will be held from St. Paul a Catholic Church Satu Day morning at 9 of clock with Rev. Thomas j. Mcgrath in charge with interment in Forest Hill of mystery friends May Call at the Home 412 n. Jackson anytime after 2 Friday afternoon. Yugoslavia Hungary and Sweden it l not it to of 20 years ago in Greencastle mrs Hall was treated by a Phy a cow. Siculan for slight injuries and both French pounded German line on cars were driven away. The sheriff s office investigated. The new Era club met with mrs. J Yeager on Elm Street. The Boston c us met with the misses Adams. C. C. Gautier was Able to be at his Western front and captured ver place in the owl drug store after Melles. &11 Elneas. Only a few rescued Amsterdam dec. 7 up a sixty seven persons a few of them passengers were missing after the dutch freighter Taja doen 8,100 tons was torpedoed or mined in the English Channel today. The Nederland steamship company. Owners of the Taja doen said that the exact cause of the sinking was not known but there were indications that it had been torpedoed. The vessel had sailed for Java from Antwerp on december 4 in co Nimard of Captain Roetering. Mans sought to find weak places in was assert and Franco is expected the French defences and obtain in to Start sending them soon formation regarding troop do so a Osi j it was l la ved that cold snowy tons. T weather and foreign supplies might rifles machine guns grenades and \ mines made a bedlam of the front and finally artillery was brought into action to Clear the no Man s land Between the French and German lines. Briliant rockets reported heavy o uses among the German raiding parties and numerous prisoners hut admitted they had lost some dead and wounded. The biggest German attack took place in the Wisse Bourg sector v the East end of the line. An entire German battalion perhaps 1,200 men raided French lines with the sup no l of their artillery. Germans in All 60 raids used a new technique. They advanced series of files or columns. In a h raid the germans tried to cover French outposts from front and a it Una Lubird on i a two a a o o q 0 0 0 0 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 i fair tonight and Friday colder tonight and on Friday except Lake Michigan. Minimum 6 a. M. 7 a. M. 8 a. M. 0 a. M. 10 a. M. 11 a. M. 12 noon 1 p. M. 2 p. M. 43 45 45 45 40 53 55 57. 58 58

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