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Greencastle Daily Banner (Newspaper) - December 9, 1939, Greencastle, Indiana4 the weather a Aik and warmer it is the daily Banner i ume forty eight it Waves for All a a a 4 All the Home news 4 4 United i Kess service 4 a 4444 444444�gkekncastlk, lydian a Satla Day december a 1�n it. 4i club pertains at inner meet kiwanis head on training school conference also held y \ w a l l s presides ii a i Rani As Toast master ro-4 Man it distinguished quests madrigals Sung Castle s kiwanis club enter Kiwan ians from All Over the up Friday when members of the altered Here to Honor the of and hold a training school. A Early afternoon there was a conference of the District tree chairmen held at the Sig House and later in the of while the ladies of local Quot ans entertained the wives of Kiwan ians with a Tea the training school was held. Division training school was item by Harvey Walls. It. Gov Lect of the 7th division an i a Rhoades it. Governor elect of division. J or evening a dinner meeting 5 x a s it Messiah to i e heard in Large Groit red c Ross finds re needed for finnish people Christmas fund committee e. R. Bartley Channan of the local item Cross is in receipt of the following information on the need a for funds a in addition to War Relief needs already being met by american red or it s. Invasion of Finland has created a Idi tonal w de spread suffering among thousands of helpless men. Women and children which will be come increasingly tragic a Winter will be assisted by prof. Sudholt advances. There Are emergent need prof. Lioni it sign ii and orchestra a for medical Hospit Al and other sup and choral Union j plies and assistance red Cross has already made initial shipments hut Capac of Gorin tick i to be for oratorio on is now evening prof. Berg is Condi c tor it. Governor elect who conducted the 7th and 8th d vision train in school and was fetid at dinner evening. Garner forces la is Al cd a id at the Gobin memorial to Honor the retiring District or. Connor k. Salm of made j District governor elect first indication of the Christmas season on the Depauw Campus i Handel s oratorio. A the Messiah a will be Given sunday evening at 7 30 in the Goblin memorial methodist Church or. Herman Berg is directing tie University sym Lenny orchestra and the newly organized i choral Union of 150 voices in the a third annual presentation of the Oral. Torio in Greencastle. The change of the location from i Bowman gymnasium to the Gobin Church will make possible or. Van Denman Thompsons Organ accompaniment and will take advantage of Gobins finer acoustics. Isop its for the proc tuition Are. 1 miss Carmen Siewart Soprano miss k \ 1c i. President expect to Start n Tion i Edna t Bowie Alto or. Farrell Ide 4 vhf the Washington. Dec. 9. I Cist of Columbus and the. a it governor elect Harrya Klav to pm a of Greencastle. Dinner started at 6 30 p. M is attended by approximately iranians their wives and 1 dinner music was played bout the dinner hour by a Trio from Depauw University mediately following the dinner tubs president Russell Vermil a Traduce the toastmaster of ening. A past District cover Arshall Adams. Irn or Abrams introduced tin d guests and the other Dis Hei visiting . Short is were Given by Many of this officers and then the Proveas turned Over to the of Depauw University Section of the program con of a group of of re Igals Sev a English Folk songs a group be Stephen Foster songs and with Christmas carols and sturday and told him he was sure to a. Ush cil Kiwa mans wlm a. Dinner included u i port for a to lung term it District Secretary and Chan 1other political visitors at the White House were More cautious. R l up prepared nation next i week the vice president s candidacy for the 1940 democratic nomination. President Roosevelt remained Sij Lent concerning his plans for next. Year As new advocates of a third term for him appealed among regional democratic leaders. Vice president John n Garner. Now at his Uvalde. Tex., Home also declined to discuss whether he is available for the democratic presi a dental nomination. But his supporters Are increasingly More vocal. E. B. Germany. Texas Leader of the Garner for president movement will speak Over a nation wide radio j Nuci network next thursday an j a John Garner and 1940�?� latest to espouse a third term for or. Roosevelt were rep. William l. Sirovich. D. N v and m Michael Scott Tenor and or. Edmond Jar i vis. Baritone. Or. Scott who lives in i Indianapolis was a featured soloist j in the presentation of a Judas Mac i Cable us on the Campus last Spring. The other soloists Are members of 1 the Depauw University school of i music faculty. Or. Edward Shadbolt. Assistant professor of piano is As siting or. Berg in direction. With a part of the chorus seated j in one Balcony. Gobin memorial will have seats available for a thou san 1 auditors. Twelve Hundred attended the 1938 performance in the Bowman i memorial building. As in previous years there will be no admission charge to the oratorio. Greencastle citizens Are Welcome. Needs funds for future increasing needs. Will you please at once give effective publicity that american red Cross will receive and administer contributions designed for finnish Relief and All funds so designated will be applied wholly to that purpose. Urge you take Steps to secure generous response for finnish Iudici also inform Public american red Cross continues to Welcome contributions a designated for Relief of War sufferers of All other nations already involved in new plan w ill protect All shipping for the past few years the Depauw has been raising a Charity fund at Christmas time and Fot this year the above committee was pictured in a recent Issue incl led Aie William Welch editor Chan a a j Arnold. Managing editor Ernest Collins of the welfare Board. Mrs. Ward m. Delta Theta tau Aid Ira. Jeanette met Wethy Bills representing tri Kappa. The latter two organizations will Benefit principally from tin funds t it be raise. As it is believed the total will be split Thiee ways and last year several hundreds of dollars Weie raised and the fund is expected to go As High this year As heretofore. 1989-10 Corn now c Hanger i rom 1988 British Aumi a i.t1 announces Gigantic mine sweeping plan expected to Start soon a i plan will not Only help British shipping lint w ill a i to safety of neutrals in those Waters London dec 9 up the admiralty announced today that All shipping within certain areas of British territorial Waters had been placed under naval jurisdiction beginning Putnam county Farmers will find Only three changes in the new Corn loan program for 1989-40 As com pared with the loan which was Mude on 1938 Corn according to Ora a Day. Chairman of the Putnam county aaa committee. These changes Ai 11i the commodity credit corporation has reduced the interest rate a from 4 to 3 percent on All commodity Loans. 2 the procedure for obtaining Loans has been simplified so that a Farmer May sign his note chattel mortgage and insurance Serti Ficat All in the same trip to the county aaa office. A 3 the loan rat on mixed Corn in the commercial Corn area will be 55 cents a Bushel instead of 57 cents. In it c oct notes All sos 1 i w o today. London. Dec. 9 up an sos i message was picked up today re porting that the British steamship Brandon 6.663 tons had been tor j Pedoe. London. Dec 9. Up an and Lect of the District com Nitter Avan is history. Ward Mayhall president of the Green cast an 1 the lieutenant governor Harvey Walls past president Greencastle club. Lynn Brown. Den elect Paul Fay chairman a 1� House committee. Roy past lieutenant governor i in the Putnam circuit court today. Judge Edgar a Rice of tin Montgomery circuit court appeared As special judge in two cases and Jud a Edelstein. Leader of tammany Hall a Howard l. Hancock of the Park eighth Assembly District. They con a court appeared sus special judge i Miralta plan is nearing completion j feared briefly with the president yet another Case also today. The hear for a Gigantic mine sweeping earning before judge Rice were held in pain expected to free the British a the Library of the court. Yesterday j Isles from the menace of German a judge Hancock was Here and also. Restricted mine warfare it was a judge Baumunk of the Clay court i let stood today. As special judges on the Putnam j up to 100.000 men May be pm in minus re dangerous Winnie kith Judd still. At lame in Arleon \ citizen dem night a Loti it tm1n Earle Peters. Indiana Federal hous Ink director and former Denim crate chairman Aid that the people Lor the plaintiff in the sum court Bench. Otto Whicker Skilor joins stat it of Liia state Are As Strong for or. Roosevelt As but he would not commit himself on a third term. Of $115 Edna g. Adams is. John. A lam3, divorce defendant defaulted divorce Phoenix. Ariz. Dec. 9 up two a of the a most dangerous Quot acs in Arizona one armed with a straight Edge major. The other with a i a Sharp roamed at. I Large today and terrified citizens played in the Campaign As a a it of which there will be daily sweeping of Milf husband ulcer Ouam red armies being held by finnish indications \ re that russians Are i sets result of their f res finns have new tactics swedish regiments also aiding ten it nation. Russian Attar i bogging Down in finn swamps Copenhagen. Denmar., Dei. 9 up k Nish troop using rifles machine guns and artillery to rain death into massed russian infantry have thrown the red army Back for \ three mile loss in Eastern Karelia in what is developing into the Bigg. T Battle of the War. Helsinki dispatches said today. Helsinki. Finland. Dec 9 up Finland s stubborn Cool resistance to the russian giant Lias dealt a seven blow to the prestige of the fabulously Large red army throughout Europe incl Ling Germany it seemed today. \ a million 4 01 m x woman kills mate after Iii beats her Clinton. Ind., dec. 9 fearing a second beating after a quarrel. Mrs. Mabel Houston. 44 years old. Formerly of Edgar county. Illinois shot and killed her husband. Daniel 45. N their farm near St. Bernice on Friday. I mrs. Houston admitted to Vermillion county sheriff Allen Plennis and prosecutor e j. Dudley at Newport where she was taken that she i led her husband with a 30-30 Bolt action Deer Rifle. According to her statement she returned to the hous from the barn where she and her husband bad quarrelled and fired through the window As her husband followed her the heavy Caliper Bullet struck Houston in the upper part of the Chest he died As he reached for a handkerchief to wipe away the blood. Mrs. Houston said her husband knocked her Down and beat or during tin quarrel. She added she a i been subject to abuse from him for the past fifteen years. The Houston were said to be big game Hunters and had numerous in ads and other trophy in their Home As Well Brown founder of the interest no court Case a his club past District Govor i Kress of Terre haute in other local and District of is finally compromised attorneys a input lost will Ras d in tin a Guydes court stated teds morning that an agreement had been reached to Settle thi ease and that d would be approx following transfers of real its a in Lith circuit court to have been recorded in the office t la. which Nellie m. Denny county re j ,.,before the Indiana supreme court. There were a number of a ints in Law left unsettled by the agreement but the title to prop i i i Al estate transfers i a. Dennis to Roy m. Abram uni deed lots in Greencastle i mands for Protection channels by mme sweepers Small the b of Willie Hub wooden Huddel boat which can pass Manteca Motte re who a Cav freely into Field of front a. Hospital for the in. No incs sane last Sun Lay Light. Brno Hank granted paint Iff. And her name ed-1 reporting to a new German mum. Re a a a a torpedo wave the British Navy and. I air Force believed they Ltd accounted for three German submarines yes a ter Day. There seemed no doubt in the air ministry that a a Oast patrol air plane Sank a submarine yesterday morning. Scoring direct hits near its con a Ning Tower. It was seen to flounder Roa Icidale Dies a the water and then to sink the air Helsinki. Finland. Dec. 9 up Finland is preparing a three front counter offensive against the russians who have been hammering vainly at their stoutly defended 11 . It was reported today. It is proposed to attack on the karelian isthmus and on two mid Finland fronts report in Cater. Helsinki. Finland. Dec 9 up russian troops Are hammering vainly at. The finnish lines on the mid find an i front in an Effort to Cut the country in two by crossing the country to Tornio on tin swedish frantic. It was asserted today. Not Only have tin russians made almost no Progress but the finn counter attacked in the Kolaj Acrel and Soumou Salmi sectors and it wan indicated regained the villages of those names which previously had been abandoned to the enemy according to military informants. Relatively Small finnish forces have been holding Mick the russians for Days in the we Al a inv country along the Frontier Between Kun i Jarvi an i Soumou Salmi. This front i opposite to top of the go f of bothnia. The finns Are using guerrilla tactics in the swamps and Woods of this area visited Only occasionally by fishing parties displayed i they fall Back before massed rus several a Lori attacks take cover in the Woods and then harass end counter Attru kinds of guns. The Vermillion county grand jury i their numbers Are Small and one has been ordered to Convene next a Quot we car Hen commented to investigate the Quot one swedish regiment would be a fled j enough to it a Dean them All nag Jackson restored to her. Ruth Hewett Bernstorf is. Sanford Smith Possession dismissed. The trial of the damage suit of Albertson is. The Pennsylvania rail the Putnam circuit j a Tod corporation venue Here from Morgan county has been postponed until january 8. A a tale cemetery association Nat of Brewer lot $50. Fat Les Morgan it us to Samuel Ursol lot in commercial place. A it Lovett to Albert and Harry take. Lot in Greencastle. $1.00. C h h. Allen it Al to Albert and Lutteke. Quit claim deed 1 it i Cen Castle $1.00. Mas Lovett it Al to albeit Rry Lute up claim deed n Geo Castle. $1.00. A Rone Lovett it Al to Albert and j Lutteke. Quit claim deed lot t Een Castle $1.00. A Hie in it Vett it Al to Albert and a it Lutteke quit cd aim deed lot Green Castle $1.00. M Seymour it us to Carl Spiegl. Us. Lot in Greencastle. $1.00. Diarist a m Corwin to Mildred f03-��?�minueil May a a inn erty in dispute is agreed upon and 12 arc 0 Christmas Stals protect a tour Home a a trom a Tyrer Culosio 1 a the Arch killer of the youth of i country. Christmas Seal ote the a Tori that help our Boya Ond girl to Tabor living. The snails of Law Are sidestepped. The agree in effect acknowledges that a will was made by Mary k Steuart. Who died september c 19u. Liat it was i1 d. This lost will is admitted to probate by the agreement. In the settlement. The former Home plan of mrs Steuart West of Koa Cli Dale. Which is on of the Best in Franklin township becomes the property in fee simple of the plaintiffs in this suit who Are j. Harvey Blaydes Hubert s Blaydes and Buford c Blaydes. They now reside or. The place. The Home is on an 80-acre farm. The value of the property is placed at $10.000. The defendants in the suit lose All interest in the land but receive 5.000 Cash from the plaintiffs. The original principal beneficiaries named in the will Are All dead As Are the witnesses of the signing of the will attorneys James amp Allee originally were attorneys for the plaintiff and Hughes to Hughes for the a defendants. Or. Sutherlin now Asso i cited with the Hughes in Law prac Etc not being in the firm at the time the it Gatton originated. Former judge c c. Gillen joined the attorneys for the plaintiffs after he retired from the Bench. Funeral services will be held sunday afternoon at 2 of clock at the family residence in touch Dale for mrs. Lodusca Ellen Oakley 85 years old who died Friday after an illness of two years. The services will be in charge of tile Rev. J. R. Sides of Ortli Salem and burial will be at new Maysville. Bom in Putnam comity april 13, 1854 mrs. Oakley was a daughter of Adam and Maragret Chatham Ader. She was married to James v. Oakley. November 5. 1876. He died in 1915. Mrs Oakley was a member of the new Maysville methodist Ehu ii and the Rebeccah Lodge. Surviving Are two sons. Otto Oakley near new Maysville and Clarence Oakley near North Saem one daughter mrs. Oscar Higgins near new Maysville one grand Man Stry said. Another Easl patrol plane attacked a submarine the Pilot caught it As it was submerging the air ministry said and dropped nearly a toil of bombs on it As it Lay a few feet beneath the water. Flying at about 900 feet because of Low Clouds the air plane commander swept Down and let go several bombs. First Oil appeared the Pilot reported than the Bow and conning Tower of the submarine emerged. Oil poured out of the a boat. Suddenly the Bow Rose vertically the Pilot said Andi the submarine plunged Stern first. Two destroyers arrived the air ministry said and to make sure dropped depth charges. Early today it was reported that a third submarine had been sunk the one which yesterday torpedoed and damaged the British destroyer Jersey. Royal air Force air planes and 20 years ago in gkeenca8tlf Vav. D. Or. Cassel Tucker was Secretary treasurer of the county medical society. The newspaper said or. James of Martinsville 111a graduate of the Indiana University veterinary College with Post graduate work at the Chicago veterinary College formed a partnership with or. T. A. The Putnam county Council i l Sigler and expected soon to enter. Monday at 19 of clock to con upon his practice Here. T ests for transfers of funds Section 4 of the Christian Church from excess a in other funds. Met with mrs. Dora Sweet. Child and three great grandchildren i destroyers in a combined attack Sank the a boat according to reports. The admiralty seemed confident that it could combat the German _ submarine Campaign and destroy us boats faster than they could be built and manned. The mine Campaign Wax something new. The Long Winter hours of darkness and heavy Clouds favored mine laying submarines and air planes but Navy quarters said that the British answer would soon be apparent it was pointed out that different types of mines were sown of varying sensitivity and that methods must be found to Deal with All types. Elected Putnam Bee hive Rebecca Lodge no. 100 will meet in regular session at 8 90 of clock monday evening. The 900 inmates. Attendants Sai he Pirk Crl the la it re on a floor and then Cut through heavy Iron Meshig a with i Sharp instrument Quot to a gain Freedom. Brie had been dubbed by fellow in Matt Quot the living he weighs Only 90 pounds Dot pm the ills feet tin Inch height sheriff inn Jordon a entire Force was called out an i Rosi were warned to keep their doors locked and their children especially off the streets. Before his incarceration Hanks habitually preyed upon Young girls he was sentenced to prison for assault and rape in 193�?�. Later certified a insane placed in the Hospital. President fives reports attention confidential information on european situation takes Presto knt a time Washington. Dec 9 or president Roosevelt studied today confidential reports on the european situation brought to him by Joseph p. Kennedy ambassador to great Britain. Kennedy conferred with the president twice yesterday. When lie be t the White House last night for be v York and Boston it was noted that he Hail left Here a bulging Brief Case which he brought from Europe wednesday. Thursday dec. 14 death. Mrs. Houston was conf in the Vermillion county jail Newport on an open charge. A i i Freak pig reported War conditions Felt on agricultural exports Washington dec 9 up by Thomas Mace War conditions mul British French Market control have curtailed exports of american agricultural products. But have not affected imports of farm goods the department of agriculture reported today. Assuming that the War will last it least during tin current marketing year tin Bureau forecast that exports will continue to fall off the of lost markets imports forty six thousand pigs can come into the world in Putnam county and there is no news in it except As to the Large total number As Long As each pig has one head one body four legs and so on. But when on a appears with one head two bodies eight legs and so on. It is this newsy pig is at the Home of Tom Mace just North of former it will remain comparably stable an i i fan Pri i will Incie aae to tilt result of slight speculative rises att of he l i Bombl a. Ii fills Siviia i n xxi Iii Slitor explosion sinks ship Copenhagen Denmark dec 9 up Twenty one members of the Crew of the danish coastal steamship Scotia. 3.600 tons were killed when their ship Sank during the night in the North sea after an explosion. It was announced today. It was not known How Many men were in the Crew. Heard Olive Church site which is on the Manhattan Greencastle Road but the Mace Home is on the Road due North from the it Olive intersection the weird creature is now immersed in alcohol in a Glass Jar at the Mace Home and is of course j lifeless but that it Hvid awhile after Berne ind let being born was shown by the fact Zer awakened in that it walked on its eight legs or crawled some Little distance from its ten Little Brothers and Sisters before it became lifeless. Its dam is a Poland China. She raised six of the ten in the litter not counting the Freak. The Isi Dity. As it appears in its alcohol Bath looks very much like an octopus or any other octo pod Crea Ture with its eight Limber White Little legs sprawled around in tin Jar. The two bodies Are United into one in the shoulders in front of which there is but one neck and one head but Back of which there Are two a Complete bodies with the Normal equipment of attachments for each. Or and mrs. Mace. Thursday somewhat Pride fully showed a ban what warmer sunday Ner reporter buds from a red Tea Rose the buds having been gathered minimum that morning from the Bush in the a m Yard after a heavy Frost had appear 7 a m. De during the night but the buds g a. were unharmed. They also had a 9 a m. Vase full of chrysanthemums gather 10 a. M de in their Yard that morning. 11 a. M. 9 John Spielt Tho night and a thief in his thought he cd can Coop. Clad Only in his underwear he grabbed a Shogun rushed to the we Ultra House jerked open the door and called a come out or i la Smeltzer s dog bringing up tha 1 ear Stin k his cold nose against his master s Bare leg. Sine Tzer jumped discharging his Shotgun and kill no sixteen chickens. No Trace of a thief qua found. 3 0 a o q b a 0 m o 0 a today a weather 3 and go a local temperature a far saturday and sunday some 35 37 37 39 43 46 46
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