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Greencastle Daily Banner (Newspaper) - December 12, 1939, Greencastle, IndianaA a a a a the weather of by and cooler Ltd a i me forty eight the daily Banner Ltd it Waves for All a t All the Home Newm 4 United i keh8 service 4 a License ates go on Sale in Cit Green Castle Indiana to had a de ohm her 1j, no. 41� reported Russia to refuse the league Geneva. Dec. 12 up a report reached the league of nations secretariat today that Russia had Dei cited to quit the league rather than. Ii Ter r Hutcheson i 8umit la pre8sure to ��?~a8��?T Al on her War against Finland and to agree s first set of i lates to mediation under league auspicc8 a a the coming tear the report we a Nulf ref Quot it it checked with Advance reports Els to Russia s Robab e attitude. A committee of 13 met this morning to await Russia s reply if any to the league Assembly a note de 1 manding immediate cessation of the 1 War and the Ope Tang of peace neg i own old c�o8to >1 s had first set for several mrs. Mcferron opens Ruth year in department merchants asked to Aid Xmas shoppers Down town parking lems discussed at meeting held monday parking congestion Rao j and brr use of this merchant and clerks Are asked to leave cars at Home Tationa. Walter it. Hutcheson had revived the first pair of 1940 plates issued in this county mite possible his recuperation is recent illness might have it Back. But now with plates 9-201 in his Possession and his ver s License also he bids fair e use of both within a comely Short time. Or. Hutche a had the first plates through a it tier Gimes of mrs. Lillie Mcferron j against finnish Arm in Rightsell in the county reported by Moscow License Agency which is a to j Hod of seven or eight years Kalns along All fronts ave Back of that time. Nevi Iii. Ssi a drive started against finns i Ike Greencastle merchants had a meeting monday afternoon in the Assem i Bly room of the court House on the j problem of Down town parking is i specially during the Holiday season j when Pat King is More of a problem i than Ever before. The census of the opinion that the merchants ask each other a not to Park Down town and also to movement ask their clerks to to Elk exist tar. J applies to professional men anti to i men who work in offices and who j May be parking their automobiles i i areas around the shopping District which is left vacant will allow More tally mrs. Mcferrin began red forces claim to in advancing space for out of town visitor. A Section with the License Dis business in Putnam county j years ago tuesday and the Blates she is now distributing far into Knynn territory near i since there is no parking limit of i cake i Ulogar any kind on Down town parking so i far As the time limit is concerned. Moscow. Dec. 12. Up rus Many of these people As Well As her fourth year in the of Sia has started a new drive along the some merchants and clerks Patk Northwest Shore of Lake Ladoga in their cars on the Square throughout cond bet of passenger plates a the sorta Ala sect with the in the Day. It a to remove this kind to Verne Larkin or. Merid Tention of a Larivi a a Down to its of parkin8 that the merchants met j army fighting in the karelian Istli-1 monday. Hrat track plates were taken Quot it a a a it was indicated today. Since the state remarked the mute a i f Greencastle no lib an official communique announced of 43 through the City Many former that the russians had taken the in i parking spaces have been eliminated j he second truck plates were Charles e. Smith Greencas-.1 route 3. Re Are 4600 pairs of autom Ohde ind 900 sets of truck plates in Putnam county Agency for loping or. And mrs Mcferrin in ral Agency this year Are Miia Brothers of Greencastle. M is r Steele of near Fincastle and Virginia Boswell of Madison lip. Lay. Mrs. Mcferrin sent put county plates to three widely Ted county residents Tempo Sojo Umang to other regions m. O Brien at Miami. Fla Allen in Texas and Ralph Arn we Beach Calif i Watkins of Monticello Dri Lanse inspector for 16 coun Rural electric is spreading its lines the Continuo j spreading of the Lino of the Parke county Rural electric membership corporation the Federal a organization supplying electricity to i Rural subscribers in North and West i Putnam county Lias caused additional filing of on Putnam county farm property the office of the recorder Heie having received 138 of such easements to record with4. The 1 last few Days. A these easements Are in Monroe. Russell and Frank ten townships. The j persons giving the easements give the corporation the right to or it Neces-1 sary poles and braces on their prop j erty. And to Cut Trees that Are in the Way of the work. J. L. Cannon passe by Early tuesday a Dikia know n citizen of Greencastle Wiiks following a Long illness finkral. Thursday morning ser i les will Ike la old from i he St. Pitula s Catholic Church of which he was a devout my Max a James e. Cannon. 112 South Bloomington Street age 61 years died Early tuesday morning. He had been ill for the past several months and had been seriously ill for the past two weeks. Or. Cannon was associated with scene near Raccoon on state Road 43 fall by Quot Raccoon ind. Poores Farni on Road 45 investigation of n. L r. B. Is sensational sons to Al confidential i information released on open no Day 40 Quot i several years ago we Den t know just How , two Brothers fall Bro curs. Owned a farm South of Raccoon. It in state Hoad 43. It was an Ort Narv farm in Franklin township. But for some reason or other they a fit to erect a big sign near the Highway which Many people inv read and had a Good chuckle Over. It is the sign pictured above. It in Drenten the poorest Fame on stale Road 43. Which runs from Spencer North to Michigan City and through some of the worst sections of the state As Well a the us St. A far As farming conditions Are concerned. The full bios. Sign has created a lot of talk from motorists All Over the Cou dry Stan Ling an it has for years in All kinds of weather was somewhat ineligible from the Highway the Pas. Summer when the owners of tin farm thought to brighten it up a bit and now it is painted a Bright red so that All who pass May read without using their spectacles. Recorders Oiler r. Walgreen Lias a Rij Job do t9 is Dies cd portent Railroad terminus of Pat a and some shoppers Are reporting Katranta on the North Shore of the parking a greater problem than Betake near sorta Ala. A fore and because of this shortage. The communique was interpreted they Are remaining away or come to mean the russians operating in less often. This area would seek to drive along j during the holidays if the Mer the Northwest and West shores of the 1 chants and professional workers will Lake Down to the duo ski line at i Park away from the congested area. Which another army has been Ham it will be of great assistance to the or Cannon is survived by the wid Mering for Days. Out of town shoppers and it is Hope 1, it a one brother Frank j. Cannon. This would bring into the path Ltd this will be done during the next twi. Am iwo alters. Miss Anne Cannon the russians in their new movement weeks. It is expected that some j of qary an sister Theresa Marie of the j. F. Cannon amp co. Clothing store for Many years and through his association there had a wide Circle of friends and acquaintances throughout the Community. He was born Anil reared in Greencastle and perhaps no one was better known in the City. Of the Woods Terr one recording. Of itly a will require three weeks to my started system Midwest stores from Iii mule . Of Board feelings Ren i Hill new x in nah a made re haled to i tempts to in eat Secretary of Board i Washington. Dec. 12 up counsel for the special House Cornin t tee investigating the National labor relations Board promised to have or. William m. Be set son identify today a a most interesting Quot re-1 port to the Board by a Quot very Proni intent committee counsel Edmund n. To and decl Ned to reveal in Advance the nature or author of the Docu i ment which was suspended from the labor Board files he said he we u j tend it to the committee after having to Ait member Leizerson identify of. Toland culled Leiserson again after i having him identify yesterday numerous memoranda among Norb i members which revealed Lei Aerson criticism Ltd of several Hoard policies and his demand far the removal of Hoar i Secretary Nathan Witt. The committee was expected to conclude its t Knitig of in Iserson late to. Day. Other members of the labor Board chairman j. Warren Madden and t Edwin s. Smith will not be a amp led until after Congress convenes to january Toland indicated. He pre Chicago dec 12 up Charles piously had planned to have them k Walgreen. 66. Who started h us Low Leiserson but now expects to career As an apprentice for a Village question about 40 other Supen aed pharmacist an i founded a Ding including president Homer store Empire died into last no rat at Martin of the a pm of action of the his Home. The important City of Kek Holm on time after the first of the year the a Mary a the West Shore of Lake Ladoga. City will take some action on time i aute i the russians claimed gains on All i limits in parking Down town but it j the. Funeral will be held from St i fronts in Finland but said nothing present there is no limit of the mileage covered. It was asserted that the villages of # Kuurila and Sirola on the coast of a Ltd r cd 111 ki11 k the finnish Gulf had been captured. P for the ninth Day the commune noted Low Clouds prevented sex expires Sikiri Oisin Pauls Catholic Church of which he was a life time member. Thursday morning at nine of clock father m i Grath will be in charge. Burial will j be in Forest Hill cemetery. Was Here tuesday said the police officers had been instruct t to arrest anyone for having plates on their automobiles Pri the opening of that year but. Atkins said there is no restrict on local officers of any comity making such an arrest. The Larkin and Earnshaw Are pictured in bulletin the state including Putnam 1ui�?Ttensive Aerial activity. Frank Tiso. First minister from Gifu Aukst of 8i1.knt suck Ken i Slovakia to Russia arrived Venter act its in Assai what in i Day though russians recognition of California Home i the current Issue of the farm 1 the satellite state which Germany i j ored to bulletin is a of dismembered1 Santa Monica. Calif. Dec. 12. Sued by the Federal land Bank of an up Douglas Fairbanks great Louis vhf Eky. Carries an item of n in the office of or Nellie m. Danny recorder of Putnam county work has been started on the three weeks task of Recor dug a mortgage executed by the Public service corporation to the National Bank of Chicago whereby All of the easement for right of Way and All equipment owned by that corporation in the state of Indiana including their Lugii tension system though Putnam county Are Given Security for a loan of $38,000.000. The Public serv ice co oration owns some of the electric lines along the tracks of flip Al pal. A rail a i operating the traction Une Tito ugly j of discards. Greencastle from which lines the private funeral services will he corporation serves private customers hell tomorrow at Dixon 111, her boy in the county in addition to furnish Hood Home. Ing the Power used by the traction he was credited with development j Fiu Oyd by the Board line. Ninny of uie merchandising meth died late last night at United workers Union and president he had been ill for nearly a year of Only of the progressive mins four months ago to lighten it a it Lora of America a duties he resigned president of yesterdays Healing began with the Walgreen company and was sue Reading of a 22-Page prepared ceded by his son Charlesjr. He re statement by be Serson in which to Maine As chairman of the Board admitted deficiencies in admin Istia Howe ver the change did not improve a a organize i in and supervision Quot his health during the past week hisamon8 Hie labor Hoard staff but Dei condition gradually became worse i landed then Toner labor relations a death for Chi a Corr plea ton aut Opp a i no its amendment and with a few exceptions Norb personnel. His Crit cd sons he said were directed at Quot about six people out of the poo Quot the the tone of the hearing soon formed from part Czechoslovakia had never been bounced. Jest of All the silent screen heroes further Zdenek Zierlinger Contin Nej suddenly Early today of a heart attack in his fog shrouded Santa Monica Home he is 1940 plates before january 1 ,. Us to enjoy at least Semi diplomatic he admitted Ltd As such plate. It j a. Ill Mistor i ct-a111s Here As czechoslovak minister not evidence that the car on a tutus n. I. Ato i Ltd a he resales at the czechoslovak no they appear is licensed for in. Fwd no ton Over which he flies the Czi Crio ? new plates Are handsome background with aluminium is and letters. Bremen is sighted Ndon Diec. 12 up the a Ltd in a statement today said 20,000.000 German luxury liner in route from the russian c coast toward Germany had spared by a British submarine j from Estonia so it would have been contrary rules of warfare to torpedo the without warning. Admiralty s Brief and Indef communique said that the Bre was sighted by the British sub be in route to a Home port h re table sources said meant the big liner was making its from Murmansk on the Artie of Russia toward a German slovak Flag. It was announced that Josef Stalin accompanied by Premier foreign minister Viacheslav Molotov and War commissar Klementi Vor Shilov had received Gen. Johan Laidoner. Commander in chief of the estonian army in an hours conference at the Kremlin. Interest attached to the meeting because of it possible connection with russian operations in Finland across the Gulf e submarine could have fired a since the Bremen was in a according to the statement it refrained from doing so Belt had no Opportunity to give required warning. The Bremen is Ledy passenger ship and probably old make twice As Many knots As submarine so that the underwater t could easily have been out danced. 10 Ore Christmas seals protect it tour Home w prom it tuber Oasis Over forty countries Christmas a a Are told at a Means of obtain-1 support to carry on tha Flint against Tubar Culala. Stolen papers scattered a Delv documents taken Isom Abu a is of it Kouno fast of City papers taken from the office of Roy m. Abrams. 704 Broadway in Greencastle in a fruitless robbery there Early one morning last week have been found scattered along the Greencastle Stilesville Road from til Quot Reese Buis place East to the Coates Villa Road. This so the Green cast e police say. Bears out to a certain extent their arly belief that the robber or robbers May have come from a place Northeast of Greencastle. This conclusion of the police was based originally on the tracing of the ownership of a car whose License plate number was noted in the Vicinity of the burglarized office at about the time the place was entered the Lutteke bakery was entered a the same morning and there also a the raid was not productive of worthwhile results. At the bakery broken cookies were taken. At the office of or. Abrams the blasting of the lock on the door by an explosive brought nothing excepting Pap ers shrouded was 56. He succumbed so unexpectedly that his Beautiful wife the form r lady Sylvia Ashley was prostrated. Mary Pickford his former wife wept when she was notified. His son Douglas Fairbanks jr., who is carrying on in pictures where his father left off rushed to the death scene on the Shore of the Pacific. So did Fairbanks brother Robert. Yesterday the Robin Hood and the Don Juan of the old time movies and the Man who turned Fence jump Jig and Balcony leaping into a profession suffered what seemed to be a minor heart attack. Quot it was about 10 of clock in the reported Hia sister in Law. Mrs. Robert his wife called his physician who did not believe it was serious. All or said was that Doug needed a few weeks rest. A last night we phoned his Home and ills wife said he was resting quietly and very comfortably. He seemed As Gay and As Happy As Ever. There was a nurse in attendance As a precautionary measure and we went to sleep Unwor ried. A then at one a. M. Came the news of Hia death. It was so sudden we were stunned. We could hardly Fly Over England Berlin dec. 12 up i gel Many a air Force Lias made Quot a few Quot reconnaissance flights Over great Britain the High command said today in a communique. On the Western front East of the Moselle River there was intermittent enemy artillery fire on Gentian front positions the communique said. The mortgage was Hught Hgt office of the Putnam county r Cord or by one of a or. I a t nit out m the Chicago office of the Ltd i. The one Man coming to Greencastle having to file an identical Moraga Lerest to Putnam county. In four a eth a ,-ou.mvs near in Uto in. On the Back Page of the bulletin Ulm a no i in a Aro two pictures of Ray intr Ken on it of his farm in Jefferson township. One it Fuu a. In the Chicago office by 10 Ocock that night to report their mis of modern Chain drug store sys 1 changed however when Toland be Pic tur shows or. Larkin with two of h s prize cows while the other is an informal i it Ose of or. Larkin discussing pork production with John w. Earns Haw a rotary Treasury a a of the Greencastle production credit a association. In the discussion on pork Hie bulletin and or. Lark a Are quoted As follows Quot Wise care Given 23 of his a Hows last Spring enabled o. Ray Larkin to wean 207 pigs which were fattened for Market on his Putnam county farm with com at their disk Al All the time his feeder pigs Grunt a Good a amp tured a Buu she and Lope away when anyone enters the feedlot i would rather see them Dot that than crowd around the Gates squealing for Corn Quot Larkin said. Quot they gain faster when the table is always it Ign Dies new Orleans dec. 12 up rep. Carl e. Mapes r. Mich. Died today of a heart attack in his hotel room Here. The 65-year old congressman was a member of the Cole committee holding hearings on a Bill to place the dil Industry under Federal control. His Home was in grand rapids Mich. Ment completed. Thus the mortgages were filed in All counties affected on the same Date. The recording fee of the mortgage j was $174 for the easements on real i estate and. 50 cents chattel. The 1 mortgage is comprised in u printed Book. 292 pages the pages being of about the same size As the in the printed copies of the statutes of the state. The making of the copy by Typo writer in the office of the Putnam recorder will she says require it East three weeks and during that time no other mortgage can b recorded. This work will be done in the office by one person at a time and the other work of the office including the recording of deeds will proceed As usual so that there will be no delay excepting in the recording of other mortgages. At least 1 it a a a typewritten pages of the Putnam mortgage record will be occupied by the Public service mortgage. Terns Ami left a record of philanthropies totalling several Willicm of Dol j Lars. He was born oct 9. 1873. On n farm near Galesburg Iii the son of 1 Charles and Ellen Walgn on who a came to this country from Sweden j after his family moved to Dixon he j obtained a Job in a factory. He gave up factory life when a Finger in he i left hand was severed by a machine. \ then he became an apprentice i pharmacist in 1893 he came to a i Cago with $20 i obtained a Job fore Lei sprain had finished Hia per a re 4 statement began releasing copies of Supen aed correspondence to newspaper reporters. When these were identified and read by Toland. They revealed 1. Lei Aerson a persistent critic sin of Witt whose dismissal he Rought twice and his refusal to participate in cases which he believed had hem a a mishandled by witty a office before he Leiserson became aboard member last june. Wife killer acquitted Lille France dec. 12.�? up a Kleber Dup lot 57, charged with killing his Young wife was acquitted by worthless to the Quot intruders. These a a jury. He left the courtroom re Nazers were among those scattered i turned to the room where his wife to the winds cast of town. Was killed and hanged himself. 20 years ago in Greencastle j 2. Boned member Smiths Suggs i drug store clerk and studied phar 1 on it in action in sought to Macy at night. J 1i Quot Salt a la Quot a to form lire 111 1802 he borrowed. And i due my or that the made a Down payment to Purchase a a d it least formally Quot condemn Quot his own store the find in the we 1 a Ltd participate in old cases Green Chain. He bought ids second Christmas play to be Given tonight miss Vera Kelley a a popular Greencastle girl Quot and Leroy e. Bray of Monrovia were married. She was attended by two Sisters. Or. Bray was a lieutenant in the army stationed at it. Oglethorpe a. Miss Sarah Hirt was 111 at her Home on East Seminary Street. Paul Albin was named Deputy census enumerator for Putnam county. The curfew rang in Greencastle at 8 30 of clock at which time All Young Folka of school age were to be off the streets. Tonight at 8 00 p. M. Dor Deutscher bund will hold their annual Christmas play in the in talc theater at the Corner of Seminary and College streets. The play waa written by or. Barg and is in the form of a medieval Church play. Accompany no the actors will be a chorus who will sing a number of Christmas carols. Many town Peop o usually attend this play and again the place will be thrown open to the Public. There will be no admission charge and a knowledge of German is not necessary to follow up the play. The Story and songs Are those familiar to All. The audience will join the choir in singing Quot of Tannenbaum Quot and Quot Stille 1909 hid in 1913 added three More. By 1924 his company owne i 70 stores. Today there Are nearly 509 Walgreen stores in 39 states with and 1�?T 1,1111 annual business of about 50.000.000 i regional office Quot needs to be City of Flint is still in Europe Bergen Norway. Dec. 12 up the american freighter City 01 flirt released from its German Crew six weeks ago was still awaiting a cargo today and the Crews Hopes of getting Home by Christ Mas were doomed. It was believed that unless a cargo was obtained soon the she would leave for Home in ballast. A h s refusal to in which Smith and Madden were in disagreement. 3 Loci Hurson s Mitiu Gestin a to the other Hoard members three months la believed the san fran in Vest gated immediately to get rid of partisanship Quot his memorandum i said that the offices report on a 1 Case involving the f. E. Booth amp co., Quot puts tin regional office in a ridiculous s tuition of making Harg Jos against 4. A memorandum from regional director Frank h Bowen of Detroit written m nov. 1937, in which he said the Board had a Quot weak Case Quot against the Aronsson printing company Quot so we Are trying to break Down Aronsson rather than go to a hear a i a tin i in til by four two Ivil iced in Al to Wpm k suffering from injuries received i automobiles a a a head on collision of on the Nathim amp a Rood a mile East of pleasant Garden sunday evening. Mis. Howard Atkins Indianapolis is reported in a serious condition in the c a county Hospital having received a fracture of the Pelvic Bone portion wednesday o o o o o o o o o o 0 a today a weather a and it it local temperature it it it it it it it it it it it it most y Cloudy with Light rain in South and East portions tonight and Snow flurries in extreme Northeast warmer except and internal injuries. Or. And mrs. Atkins were driving East on their return to Indianapolis when they collided with a Wesr bound car carrying or. And mrs. R. T. Fisher and son of Owensboro. By. A 1 were More or less injured As the cars crashed at what was said to be a h go rate of Speed. The injured were taken to the Clay county Hospital in ambulances. Investigation of the Accident was made by state patrolman Walter Rawley a near Lake Michigan tonight colder wednesday. Min mum 6 a. M. 7 a. M. A 8 a. M. A 9 a. M. 10 a. M. 11 a. A. 12 noun 1 p. A. 2 p. A. 35 36 37 41 46 50 52 53 57 57 .4
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