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Greencastle Daily Banner (Newspaper) - November 2, 1939, Greencastle, Indiana\ rur. Weather i do and colder a the daily Banner 4f� a a All the Home news United press service a a a it it Waves for All me forty eight Greencastle Indiana thursday november 2, 1939 no. 13 term eted out to Pletch my Kokker saved i death penalty by victims widow conclusion of Caito can Foro Missouri judge yesterday Junior 4-h leaders will have picnic Junior 4-h leaders of Putnam county will Start at 8 o clock saturday morning from the court House on the picnic trip to Brown county which if the weather conditions Are favourable they expect to be a joyous occasion. The Young people will provide their own transportation and their own luncheons with the sex cup never to be sought Ion of those leaders who were mentioned in the last meeting As having completed their work and having submitted their reports prior to october 1. And who have attended at least four of the five meetings of the leaders during the year. These leaders will receive free transportation and their Entrance fee at the be paid. Prison Jefferson City 2 up Ernest Pletch mania for flying drove order in mid air started an Brown county Park will my existence behind prison alg0 Jay his life spared by the i he widowed. Tence was for life and he a in court records a vow seek Liberty again. Thus he to his world forever to the which in the Brief Span months he had etched a Bica reer a Indiana so flying stealer of planes the kidnapper murderer. come on a prosaic 80-Milc in cuffed in an automobile dark from Macon to where prise conclusion of his Case at 6 p. M. Yesterday. At Ament he stood before judge u. relations becoming strained demand for withdrawal of ambassador heard in Congress Landon hits at Panama declaration safety Belt policy assailed As peril to Neutral position of to. S. County Home dec clubs to make trip freighter sink inside zone speech seen a end of political truce Between Landon and Roosevelt bulletin Washington nov. 2 up a the Camperdown radio station in Canada today notified the coast Ruard Cutter Bibb that the Britton freighter Coulmore is Safe. Members of the Home economics clubs of the county will have an tin tere8ting trip. November 11, when i they will go to Lafayette on a com a bind educational pleasure trip. They will visit the horticultural show at Purdue and also will see some of the cold storage lockers in use in the Vicinity of Lafayette. These lockers provide cold storage for fresh meats and other perishable farm products on a sort of co operative basis making it possible for a Farmer for instance. To kill a hog sheep or beef even in weather not favourable to keeping the meat without refrigeration and the meat can be kept in one of the locker for a fee. Until needed by the producer. First French town is hit by artillery area shelled was evacuated Long ago Only Koi r Miles from Border Washington. Nov. 2.�? up a denunciation of the Panama declaration As a a peril to our Neutral position coincided today with search a of the North Atlantic for survivors of a British freighter evidently sunk in direct violation of Western hemisphere proscription of naval warfare off these shores. Thirteen escape from reformatory i wholesale break from Illinois school increases total to 76 Washington nov. 2.�? up a the freighter was the Coulmore relations Between the United states i whose sos sounded about 100 Miles and soviet Russia who As the largest Neutral nations May hold the balance of Power in the european War. Took Libby heard a lawyer plea Dan abrupt turn for the worse today. Llfy1o the first degree Mur diplomatic relations already tense Carl Bivens 39, Brookfield As a result of russians brusque treat instructor and heard the s ment of american diplomatic rear asked a Senta Tives in the City of Flint Case View of the fact that i am became More strained than at any a mete out to you the lesser time since United states recognition punishments for your crime of soviet Russia because of criticism swear that you will never of this country by Premier and fore Irole a j Ign commissar v. M. Molotov said calmly Quot i judge rep. John w. Mccormack. D., Ihen pronounced sentence. Mass. Speaking from the floor of the House demanded that or. Roosevelt withdraw his ambassador to a. Steinhardt by the White 1 All been arranged. Carl big ii Dow. Etta Mother of two sons had made it possible. Moscow Laurence d asked the state to spare his diplomatic moves it put him away where ver do any More House suggested that the temper of i the administration might not be inside the Panama declaration safety Belt. Former gov. A if m. Landon assailed the declaration last night Iri an address at Shenandoah. Iowa. It was a general attack on the new Deal. But the coincidence of the Coul More a difficulties entered attention on that part of his address. Questions raised by him and by evidence that the declaration has been violated in spectacular fashion also Are expected to strike fire in Senate debate. The Coulmore a sos a May confront the administration j Mith seek to make the safety Belt policy a stick by Force or persuasion or abandon it. St. Charles. 111. Nov. 2. Up state police and Deputy sheriffs blockaded Northern Illinois roads today in search for 13 youths who escaped last night from the St. Charles school for boys an uncalled reformatory. The break increased to 76 the number of escapes from the institution this year. Police said it was one of the largest wholesale Breaks from any Illinois institution. William t. Harmon reformatory superintendent said the youths including three negroes most of whom had been sentenced from the Chicago f r e Nch deny retreats Robert e. Stevenson burial at Roachdale House will vote today on embargo adjournment by saturday is seen if schedule is followed debate to end at m. Borman reports of activities to have been greatly Paris nov. 2. Up German artillery after previously shelling a French Village on the Western front has shelled a French town for the first time since the War started it was announced today. German batteries of four Inch and six Inch guns opened a blast yesterday afternoon on the town of for Bach capital of the administran/3 District for that area. The people of the town Only four Miles from German Saa Bruecken had been evacuated Long ago. The germans also shelled with four Inch guns a Hill two Miles North cast of Saar Louis Saa Lau Emit was announced. Apropos of a clash of patrols in which the French made prisoner a German youth of 18. French informants said that the German forces contained Large numbers of youths serving under experienced officers. Authoritative commentators paid considerable attention today to recent German reports of activities on the Western front terming them shameless inventions which exaggerated German successes and minimized losses. First it was denied that the the interment of the remains of Robert e. Stevenson. 65 years old. Who d de suddenly in Indianapolis wednesday will take place in the cemetery at Roachdale Friday following the funeral services at his late Home in Indianapolis at 1 of cd Ock that Day. His Home was at 56 sgt uth Irvington Avenue. Or. Stevenson who was a brother of mrs. Bernice Chastain of Roach-1ale, was bom in Hendricks county August 24. 1874. He lived in Muncie before going to Indianapolis 25 yearn ago. He was a member of Montpelier Lodge no. 600. F. And a. A the j scottish rite in Indianapolis and the j Irvington presbyterian Church. Other survivors Are the . Maty Pulver Stevenson two Brothe a Frank Stevenson of Beech the ban it it Nam a experts wil1 he .n0 Grove Anil Arthur Stevenson of dal of Tho last to be considered by the As Tex and a Nephew and Foster 8 m it Lal sc8sion called by president vote will be taken on question of conferees with Senate Washington. Nov. 2. Up a the House votes today on repealing the arms embargo. The question whether to instruct House conferees to seek retention of on Edward Wolis. Lollys of Indiana j Koa voc to to revise the neutrality Laws. I administration House leaders seeking final action on the Bill be i fore saturday night will move at j approximately 2 p. A. Mesito end finns of Icbale Quot not a to a san Younk on Pon 1 l Fiill. I j n \ it 4 1 Jing amendments or a a instructions conferees. If that schedule is followed the vote on the Arm embargo should come about 4 p. M. The Bill then will he sent to conference with Senate tonight and preparations made for sine a lie adjournment of Congress saturday. Six weeks ago today sept. 21 the Congress assembled in extraordinary session to hear president Roosevelt a Appeal for repeal of the existing arms embargo and enact capitulation of spec third Mission to Moscow Alt Rives with written reply to lit ssi \ area were gathered in the main recreation Hall after the evening meal. French had retired As the germans apparently acting on a prearranged asserted from their resistance Posi signal they overpowered an unarmed tons established before the German difficult decision whether to guard took Hla key8 and feed har i attacks of october 16. 1. Baid that m far m he had Boen it was denied also that the Ger Able to determine none of the boys mans had occupied a strip of French was armed. Territory 10 Miles wide and 2vj Miles sheriff Marcus w. Damisch sail. Deep East of the Moselle. I 1 the informant said that recent Landon told his com Belt listeners there was no indication from the have adopted the Panama declaration foot Moscow nov. 2 up a finnish Mission arrived today with a written reply to russian territorial demands and diplomats Here believed a the finns were ready to capitulate. V. M. Molotov the soviet Premier and foreign minister was believed to have spoken his final word tuesday night in announcing that Russia i nit it of a j�?oca8h-and-carry�?� plan wanted to lease finnish territory since then the Senate has debated near the Entrance to the Gulf of Fin the issues at length and amended a land for a naval base and wanted the House approved Hill to conform to finnish Frontier pushed Back away the administrations plan from Leningrad in the karelian is actually the House will be acting thus. It was believed therefore today on the amended version of a that Una Ess the finns were willing to joint Resolution it passed at the Reg Lisk armed invasion they would ular session. That Resolution retain an agreement within a few Days. modified arms embargo despite the delegation of five headed by strenuous administration opposition. J. K Paas Kivi was met at the Rad the controversy has not changed averse to such a move although that the administration should not the Hoys apparently had escaped on i. And scattered in Small groups clashes Between patrols disproved Way station at 11 a. M. By represent since last summer the major Quea native of the soviet foreign office Anil Tion being whether this nation should the ministers of three stand Avion continue an embargo on arms to Bel state department that recall of policy and would not be Able to in to make capture difficult. He be i German asat rations that Tho French Steinhardt has been considered. Force it. It sought to ring the West lived they had hidden in com Fields had refused to undertake new poor it Nieou a toni. Near thru of Nam at or v that some 1 actions since the october 16 Battles. Ria makes Steinhardt has been considered. Force it. It sough to ring us a a a or Quot i Al a. W j a res Locc in the Senate. William e. Borah Ern hemisphere with a Circle extend near the reformatory and that some nations since Napel address r Ida a Leader of the unsuccessful my in some cases hundreds of Miles would surrender because of a near the germans lost in their october Senate fight against repeal of the to sea within which belligerent acts freezing temperature. He said All we professor pictures arms embargo suggested that there would be forbidden. British. French hut two or three of the 63 other Litsa conditions in 1 was nothing to cause Surprise in the and German spokesmen already have youths who escaped from the inst Germany attitude of Russia since he charged i indicated they would pay Little if any tuition during the year were Casi y a a Quot the United states already is regard attention to it. This group that escaped French two on october 30. The in h .1 Skomial professor of Roe Ltd As one of the allies. Airman frontal attack on the and ,. It a by fe0ws and May i Formant said that the French lost no languages told Depauw uni key Pittman. a Nev. O the Senate Mark a a an incorruption a it Quot it hem Corner planes at . Students in Chapel thursday foreign committee describe Polla Borabon with or Roose. A kit s i the High c 16 attack More men than they have admitted losing since the War started. The informant said. As regards Gem an reports that the British lost four planes and the a an in United of his collaboration with velt on foreign policy. He hit hard circuit court note Chapel thursday a key would be living under the e j the criticism by Molotov i regime in Germany. He Drew called for attack on the formation from quotations from n political literature and from nations with German people on try trips to Europe since 1935, be aim of University education re Many is not to seek objective a but to teach a militant science against James. A ers c h Streu Tineil and dramatic kind of nazi or Skomial defaulted and judgment was j Neu Trauty we know that it raises Jed that in the lower schools a in trod in favor of the plaintiff. 1 Many questions full of Peri to our Tion is essentially physical and a by it Lse Martin o lbs a Neutral position. 1 circuit court was Here wednesday j at the Panama declaration which j was developed last month at a pan a american neutrality conference. J i a it sets up a hazy zone on the High 1 seas Quot he said a within which we turks Hope to Plav peace hole1 i the High command in War communique no. 119, said today a the night was Calm along the whole in the suit of Leslie d. Owe n i of it Jud be 8upposecj to enforce Mutual Aid treaty with Alujes said not to bar Rush Friendship Berlin. Nov. 2. Up the German High command said in a come Munique today a a in the West there was Only slight 1 artillery fire at several Lige rents or should sell arms to All countries on basis. A come countries Allied with Finland in the treaty he of who Are yet Chang the a Quot Velo ments sharply. It was believed that the first talk would be held this afternoon. #. The attitude Here was that the j rotarians hear finns presumably had come author i sized to conclude a pact with Russia. The fact that they had been Here twice before to discuss Russia s de mands and had come Home last time to convey the demands in writing to the finnish Cabinet taken id mean that Finland had reached her decision. The fact that the Mission already was on its Way to Moscow 7il get it Marietta music ill Plse of musical play to be Given on old Gold Day Given wednesday members of wednesday rec the rotary club on ived a glimpse of by and dependent on the a Amor. \ v of a children afternoon and qualified As special Istanbul. Turkey nov 2 up president Ismel Inonu inaugural that to die for one s country is i Judko in Quot a greatest glory that religion is Ald of Quot pits Al Quot Nolous. That German nordics Are Money. Or to any other race in every j i that jews Are objects of con and that Adolf Hitler ended i it in let in piddle Ages a or. Skomial Quot ill Lus in i tim i support a new and dramatic things. To under-1 i take the enforcement of this Declar a action would be taking on the great this declaration so Well illustrate j c. Pitts is. Don yes the president s enthusiasm for a Par lament at an for support a new and dramatic things. To under last night a lid to the checks of j deputies that Turkey hoped to continue Friendly relations with All jest Job Ever assumed by any nation countr scr inc uding Rukaia but that its army was Strong and was deter Ned to defend the country s Security j in history. This assumes we have Skomial continued with. A two Quot or trained for motherhood and keeping and to be Beautiful for feb they Are told there is in privilege than sending their to War Quot germans Are urged to Only blonde women and to children without Wedlock. Eve r any woman who has de her husband by the use of a a or powder etc., May have j marriage declared null and their race to make Germany sufficient Quot or. Skomial said julians eat sugar made of saw be rhubarb for Lemon flavor a and Wear socks made of Coal or added that it is High trea to throw away the tinsel from a arc of cigarettes. Skomial reminded his audience Hitler ism is built for the youth is country Quot with All the party air Anes ties it is breaking up German j today it was announced that to ,. .1 i of cd me an when near Bavy Quot a Quot and obligations. Non ill air h Liia certain Tillat the Luty a Enorch l a Turkey signed its Mutual Aid Ila Licu ill tent Falls solely upon us Anil our. To in Viiu Lent Lori lain Tirl it Tripp appointment of a English Henry Ford seen As stiffening of policy in Don. Nev. 2 up a great Britain has Given tacit answers to German and russian demands for peace by naming lord Nuffield the British Henry Ford to a new key Post in the air ministry and by an announcement that the blockade against food stuffs intended for Germany will be pushed unremittingly it was said in diplomatic quarters today. Since several months before the War. Lord Nuffield regarded Genius comparable Only to Ford in mass production has been aiding the government in building up a system of fac Quot ories for emergency production of ment Falls solely upon Navy. Y of ask How Large this would require. Navy no one i pact with great Britain and France miss Etter honoured in Parke county Parke county has been highly honoured by having been chosen Tho outstanding county in Indiana for its program in land use planning. Noah Hadley county agent and miss Char bag i to Finland a Strong mor lotto Etter Home demonstration agent arc in Washington d. C., the s week conferring with United states officials of the agricultural Extension i division and explaining the program to establish a peace zone in a disturb \ j 1it Baa conducted Here i i d world Quot he said. Quot the pact is now \ paric county read in the Light of his recent Call n Force because others desire to j a a a october 4. Government officials for the president to renounce a third to beaten treaties and our Legal Aims. Valgred Parke county and made a term Landon a Iowa speech evident meanwhile the Mutual pact can not tour of Tho entire county. They studly ends the political truce Between Durange our Normal Friendly relations i cd the results of the Parke county the two men which enabled the for-1 with 0ther countries. Land use planning committee in Mer governor to support much Oft a a when our foreign minister Nego classifying All of the land As to types the new Deal s foreign policy not Tia cd at Moscow a larger agreement a of g0� they were so impressed with ably by attending the Lima. Peru j wag expected and we made a l pos pan american conference and in. Sub in eff0rts to succeed. But at this september to appear at the White j Timp r wag impossible to reach an House for a meeting designed to help sir cent useful to both countries obtain repeal of the embargo Section meanwhile the Friendship of the two of the existing neutrality act. I neighbors stands on a Strong basis i and temporary difficulties do not of Quot feet them. Turkish soviet relations will develop in the future As in the a t Parkville i not in the or fricn<1,y ill run. J then speaking of the army he said that it was ready to fulfil its duties and awaited orders. College curator visits the work done Here under the supervision of or. Hadley that they asked him and miss Etter to come to Washington d. C., to explain their work and results to government officials. Parke county ranked first in Indiana in this program. Or. Hadley and miss Etter left last sunday and will be gone All week Rockville Tribune. Miss it ter s Home is in Greencastle. He and weakening affection. A fonts a he charged. He report Flat he could get More real in action about conditions from old a King people and Farmers who to Church and Are Little bed by nazi propaganda than indoctrinated youth. Infant Dies Nina Allen infant son of or. And Rhnny Wells Greencastle ind., y died at the Putnam county ital tuesday morning. Burial in the Clinton Falls cemetery. Had accepted without remuneration the Post of director general of maintenance of the air ministry. In that Post it was indicated lie would assume direct responsibility for turning out the thousands upon thousands of fighting planes which Britain Tould need in a Long War. It is hardly Likely that Britain or France will Start Luth Leas Aerial miss Alice Butler native of Rockville and known to a number of Greencastle s older residents and who has visited Here has been in Rockville recently for her vacation. She is curator of Western College for women at Oxford Ohio. The a Butler farm is Northeast of Marshall. Miss Butler has a position in Church life that is rather unique in that she Depauw whipped Franklin in foot is one of the few women elders in Ball 7 to 0 in the old Gold game. Presbyterian churches she having the Baptist missionary society been elected to that position in the met at the Home of mrs. Art wll Oxford Church following the recent Liams. Mrs. Frank Talburt was hos 20 years ago in Greencastle warfare against Germany Babaa a dung by the presbyterian general tees for the Crescent club. The allies figure that they can defeat that Wom a May occupy mrs Floyd Newby of Knightstown tune Quot blockading of Many and that position. She had been a Tny visited her Mother mrs. Josephine if Quot necessary bombing Germany. Tee of the same Church. Her b. Lewis. Wason favors embargo Indianapolis ind., nov. 2�? up former senator James e. Watson for Many years Republican floor Leader in the Senate today observed his 75th birthday anniversary by campaigning for president Roosevelt a neutrality Bill. Watson who has announced he will never seek Public office again has been a consistent new Deal foe. On the neutrality measure however he has spent the last three Days communicating with people throughout the state urging them to support repeal of the arms embargo. When Molotov made the demands a naughty Marietta the Victor her Public and continued its journey Bort musical to be presented Friday Here was interpreted As Finland a and saturday nights in the Little willingness to accede to the demands. Theater As an old Gold Day Astruc a a Tion Helsin fors Finland. Nov. 2. I Rosa Neal Reynolds and Wen up Finland a nordic neighbors a Dell Osborn Sang two numbers which encouraged her today in her oppose made a big hit with the club Mem Tion to russian Terri Dhal demands Bers. They Wen a if i was anybody Sweden began three nights of j Ellse but and a in the Sweet a Black out tests last night the by and by a they Are popular hits newspaper Dagens by meters said from the Friday and saturday pre i a the president of the United states sensation. Miss Reynolds and or. Osborn were accompanied by miss Al position and his View harmonizes Rdna t Bowles pianist. The pro perfectly with those of Finland so Gram was in charge of or. Lester m. Jones. At Oslo the norwegian govern-1 ment newspaper Arbeider bladet said. It it of Flint a it seems that further finnish soviet still in reported negotiations Are useless As the rus Berlin. No v. 2 up nazi a Sian demands Are Ultima Tive ami1. The Tive quarters and the american threatening a but it warned that a Ubassy said today that they had no a world opinion is fully on Finland a news of the Progress of the Ameri Side a Factor that Molotov soviet can freighter City of Flint believed Premier and foreign minister and a to 1� Stearn no southward along the Josef Stalin cannot Norw Cugnin coast toward Germany at Copenhagen. Denmark the under a nazi prize Crew. Finnish legation announced that defending norwegian authorities Hango. The finnish port at the on for permitting the ship to put into trance of the Gulf of Finland had norwegian Waters under Tho prize been mined and the Channel Between Crew a nazi informant said that a a the Isles of haste and Busroe closed prize ship could enter Neutral Waters Hango was included in the russian to Long As it was not rated a warship demands. Molotov in making the and kept moving. Demands Public in an address before _ the supreme soviet said that Russia wanted to lease the District for a a a a a a a naval base. Esthonia already has a today a weather a ceded Russia the port of Batiski a Foj 0 directly across the 40-mile entrant to the Gulf of Finland from Hango. Indianapolis livestock _ i hogs 9,000 Holdover 265 Market j a generally 15 lower 160-300 lbs $6.45-j 36 85 300-400 lbs $6.20-$6.40 1 $5.65-$6.25. 1 cattle 900 calves 600 steers and yearlings steady at $8.50-110.40 heifers Strong to 25 higher cows firm dealers steady Good and Choice 1 $10.00-110.50. Sheep 2,000 lambs steady to Strong Good and Choice $9.25-19.75. A local temperature a a a a a a a a a a a a partly Cloudy and continued cold tonight and Friday freezing temperature tonight. Minimum 0 a. M. 7 a. M. 8 a. In. 9 a. M. 10 u. In. 11 a. M. 12 noon 1 p. M. 2 p. M. 31 31 32 35 39 41 43 45 45 45

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