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Greencastle Daily Banner (Newspaper) - November 9, 1939, Greencastle, IndianaA a a a a # the weather 4 us and t older 4 the daily Banner it it Waves for ally of 4 the Home news 4 United Tress service 4 �4444-44.444>444�me forty eight Grent Astee Indiana till Ruday november a a Iii not it. A it ski Are corded by \n0lind co. Xima Tely 14,000 acres i been signed Madison township will be sunk soon have All Beon taken a of owner to receive one eur Atli of Oil found or the past several months activity has been carried a a county and especially Sec i the county for leases for Oil these have All come to a Wiful head this week and final japs made the office of mrs. Pinny. Putnam county Recor the St Nolind company. Is the Standard Oil and Gas Lye a of Tulsa Oklahoma intimately 14.000 acres have for lease Madison up. Some other company the Ohio Oil company Are Al president Calls labor iwo up to conf Mencks f a ii Iii Mil Washington. Nov. 9 up1--"�?Tr-s.dent Roosevelt called president William Green of the american federation of labor and pres Dent John l. Lewis of the Congress of Industrial organisations to the White House for separate conferences today. It was believed he would make a new Effort for labor peace. Green was scheduled to Sec or. Rosevelt at 11 a. M. Est Lewis appointment was at 12 30 p. M. William d. Hassett. A member of the White House secretariat would not say what subjects the president would discuss with the two leaders a of the opposing labor factions. decision Transfer was revealed at St one cult m1any Hai shifted to a \ a mama bk<�1st� y sails with acadian Crew ask Pren Dimit for immediate Aid for american seamen out of work a neutrality act Washington. Nov. 9. Up i president Roosevelt returns to the i capital today to have a hand the i government decision As to whether j the United states lines can Transfer l eight ships to panamanian registry order to transport munitions food a and other cargoes to the ports of statement i Lei a Dean eur Quot Pean belligerents Dirks at noon at least 1226 reservations made for banquet 45 dads As he returned it was revealed that at least one american shipping company had obtained permission from the maritime commission to shift vessels from american to panamanian registry. The american Flag was lowered aboard a Standard Oil company of a twelve Hun lied and Twenty six reservations have been made for the dad s Day banquet thym sat a leases or have taken them urday said lie i-#0uis h. County and it is reported that Dirks at noon today Quot at least 450 of acre age Jefferson town these will be to added a and is been leased. The rest will be mothers friends and new Jersey Tanker Boston Harbor Starn Lind co., has appropriate others interested Depauw stud a yesterday and the Panama Flag Raia it $25,000 for expo native Pur a cd its place. The american Crew this Vicinity and the and this number of reservations he i iat been fired and a Canadian Crew a competent geologists locally said is by far the biggest known for j was hired its place. The com a of their own research staffs a dad s Day banquet. Last year pan it of said six tankers had been Aken the Putnam county Leas there were but 916 reservations. Transferred and that nine More Quot there will be overflow ban-1 would be later. Officials said the 15 minutes we Don t know who Hatchet up the Quot fifteen minute Quot parking idea before s me of the a big but we Don t believe the Council the mayor should permit such. A plan. the first place Little or no shipping can be done 15 minutes. the second place so far a us we know no stores whether big. For Giec Castle or Little have suggested that such a limit be pm Ace 1 effect Greencastle. Thirdly parking should be made pass ble the City order that f it harm the fewest people including both those who Park and the merchant. We believe that with the police being As Active As they have been i id to keep double parking mov ing a a much As possible Busy Days that the parking problem he r has been handled quite Well and we do not need any 15 minute a any other stricter regulations 1 a Greencastle parking. The observer Banner a a Quot outer visits a. O. I�?~hii.1 is at his Home East of Fillmore Rev. Ii. H. Campbell spoke wed a la acid Kusski rom Osite a Roit from Lakious organizations of it Iii kill Quet Rector Hall a a the Dean sex Transfer had nothing to do with the i ban it is said they Are confident my Oil this county. Test Wells will be sunk planned. Quot the first 980 tickets will neutrality act. Of the leases during the coming Call for places the banquet Roo this will mean that the the gym building and the rest will new York nov 9. Up will go to a depth of Severd have places at the tables Rector three thousand members of the Nani feet and that if there is any Hall and after dining will proceed tonal maritime Union Cio telc a Lerling Putnam county it will to the gym where they will have re graphed president Roosevelt today served seats the Balcony for the ils ring immediate Aid for american program. A seamen thrown out of work by the Quot they said a we will Pray for you i 1 told them it would take More who can say that the fact that Alai Oliver Philips East of fill More has read the Banner More than fifty years has not helped him to reach the age of 82 years and accomplish that feat with Honor and High e edit most i f that time or. No Olipa has been the finest of health but very recently he was put to bed by his doctor for a rest. The Day. When the Banner rept tentative was at the most pleasant country a me of or. And mrs. Philips two and a half Miles Oast or Fillmo e. The reporter did not see or. Phillips personally but the latter took part the conversation Between the reporter and mrs. Phillips and their daughter. Mis. Bridges through a doorway at times and gave evidence of having much physical vitality and unimpaired mental ability notwithstanding his illness. Or. Philips born november 7 1857, Coatsville is the son of the late John Allen Phillips who came there from North Carolina and set tie i Pioneer Days. The Mother of this Atlas. Phillips was Mary a limit Road work to maintenance widespread damage of by kind yol wreck the Hoad Fini ened this search for More during lands. These Wells May irked As soon As thirty Days. It Squire some time for them to i plated. Leases have All been taken i of the land owner receiving the banquet will be at 5 45. With Dean Dirks the toastmaster. Philip Conser. Of Toledo. Ohio father of air demands. Barbara Conser of the student body will represent the dads the Uro a glitch of the Oil find. This is Gram of toasts. William Welch a Tomary Oil lease this coun senior will speak for the student this was the Basa thought of the missions talk by the Rev. Harry first assistant pastor of to first presbyterian Church of liar Hipolis before a composite group of men and women and children from various organizations of the presbyterian Church this City wednesday evening the social of that Church the speaker while addressing his audience had a background of a display of things a a Well stay Mere at Washington from missions Fields of the world until we find out w hat is going to be some from Home missions and others done about us Quot Emu president Felt m foreign Fields. Among the lat ter was a handsome piece of Orna neutrality act Ami prepared to March Washington to enforce Quot with $11,000 spent county reads last month and Only about $8,000 left the Road fund for the next two months not much can be done the county roads the rest of the year Quot was the statement made the office of Charlie Hendrich this or Ning. Hoad work it was explained will have to be limited to the necessary maintenance and caring for emergencies. A widespread damage of any kind would wreck the Road fund it was said. Tagging roads will of carried of i to As great extent As is possible it was announced but opposition to the body prof f r Bartlett father of 08ep Curran announced. A a a a a a a 3 qom seamen forbidden by the rented cloth sent to miss Salzer of use of county trucks pulling Road and unless the St Nolind com one of the largest Oil product Randolph Bartlett a freshman will 4 r. I a a a. Or. I 14 i 4 a a i a hot a it w act to serve ships visiting the this City by a sister of hers India drags has developed the minds of the United states is wrong arise to respond for the faculty. Miss la w u. _. A a. A ports of belligerent nations held a mrs Frederick Cook this City had Quot. Iber of Putnam county land Elizabeth Campbell vocalist will be a. To i May soon find themselves the representative of the co eds. Flon of a lot of Black Gold. The dads Day events will begin the Forenoon when the dads will men affort�?T1 meet estimated that a total of 8.000 to there were other representation of 10.000 seamen will be thrown out of Handiwork among Mission folks. What action to take. The county commissioners because mass meeting last night to decide p eyes from her aunts the Mcbeth of the belief of the Board members they were not Sisters who had worked among the that such work is too hard the the Muncz Perce indians Idaho and trucks. There will be Only a very limited amount of surface treatment of Cou work by the withdrawal of United Dean Louis h Dirks elder to roads these next two months. _ a r states vessels from trans Atlantic that Church presented or. Campbell j probably none at am. The work was will attend the Depauw Earlham j and Transfer of american the Dean has been a member of stopped by the commissioners Dur aspect the buildings and will lie members of the faculty and administration the afternoon they lame. And. Visit informally the students residences. At 5 of clock the dads will meet 1 Meharry Hall to organize a dads association. The banquet will follow immediately. Sunday evening at the University at 4 30 the Gobin j Vesper service at 4 30 to Zonin Bel t nation tales about a of service a ally As possible memorial Church the Rev. Oscar i. Usa liable source reported. Using the English meaning of Olson will be the speaker. 1 official confirmed that Nam bestowed by the youths of any townspeople who have a room a Wou a Gal today for a forc. A certain school for their own sector two to rent to visitors for this 1 a Erin uni pm. Two to communicate Khz port. But declined to say which a one. Another source said however week end Are asked with Dean Dirks. Jarrell program at a to one of lha countries it principals conference fresh. Supt Frank Quot a 1 Jarrell of Putnam county school will be the program s will give demonstrations Job nid senior classes Maze to carry paint contests cd line of work for the upper Ion of the vocational Agricula department of the Greencastle school headed by Gene Akers undertaken. The boys of the r and seniors classes organized week to carry panic Aemon a cons. Having mind Partick the demonstration to Farmers various paints especially fitted so farms. The teams from g those boys will take part nitration contests and also will demonstrations Here Putnam a striving to make their ef-1 of practical value. Hoys made selections from k their own number this week rows Monst ration manager Willard to. Following Are the committees a auction chairman. Willard a a mail Niril Ritro two american education week november 5-11 theme for thursday education for civic responsibility their has been recent years too much up set vice to the i of 00racy and too few actual attempts the Pait if tally understand and Realise the Virtues values and both pure and representative democracy. Vote be Quot p. my re the classroom school supervision so 11 it a Quot local state and Federal governmental activities. p a Small percent of our voters to win elections As too frequently we him the sets suffrage must be practice if democracy 1.1 to succeed american education week. a provides Forred nurse Veo and our children the privileges and of . Racy. The objectives of civic . A i v the educated citizen acts to Correct und8 it 1 educated citizen seeks to understand social ships to foreign registry. 1 Boston. Nov. The Indiana Synod committee ing the proper season for it and now Christian education for eleven years a that Damp Chilly weather conditions 9. Up the being the senior member of that com a have developed successful Black ii. H. Rogers Mittee Point of years of service. Topping is not possible. A number of i whose registry was changed from j the speaker the Rev or. Camp roads the county Aie the list american to panamanian yesterday. 1 Bell was a missionary India a i for this Subiaco treatment and they sails today with a Canadian Crew number of years. He entitled his talk a will lie cared for next season As rap for the port of Standard Oil Tanker one. Another source Nauru Ouw a a a a a that the h. H. Rogers was carrying mls. I Ichih v Mullick Ftp ind thursday Fri mls a Al a Lorn for or. Kern by painted words a de pan-1 flags funeral sek ices will be held sati i Day afternoon at i my id ii for the annual High school Princi j pai Quot ted a a a a pals conference and National youth a ave replaced huge Esso signs administration conference to tie held i thr8 a panamanian next monday and tue a Over 1 r i,.c null raised his country a Flag mrs. Sarah Argelino shuck 13 and 14 at Indiana University. Veer y ,9torday. Of James Henry shuck of Fillmore paused away at i 10 thursday after noon at the Putnam county Hospital. Five weeks ago mrs. Shuck fell and fractured her hip and had been con i �1.1. Batur rav evening while wiring for electric lights ssh Elds. Daughter of Henry a a Elds of Coatesville. John Allen Phillips was a Soldier the Union army the civil War. Oing into that service when his boy. Atlas was a Little fellow. Atlas o. Phillips and Anna e. she being a daughter of Robert Shepherd were married 60 ears ago this month november 12. 1879. At the Liberty Church by the Rev. Hill. Mis. Phillips father came from Shelby county by. And settled near he present Phillips Home mrs. Robot Shepherd was miss Corilda Cox daughter of Squire Cox. And her Mother was Nancy Hurrah Cox. Or. Phillips brother. Louis Philips died a few weeks ago and Uin her brother Henry died three years ago at his Home South Locust Street Greencastle. Or. Phillips thus is left alone from a fam ily which originally Hail eight children. The children of or. And mrs. Phillips Are mrs. Charles w. Bridges and i it a i race to it Depauw ecu coils from Murlin left i proximately >10,000 for Benefit of Kesi Bents office Depauw University was made residuary Legatee the will of mrs. Ennina a 1 lass Murlin wife of the late or. Lemuel ii. Murlin former president of Depauw University it was announced Here today. Mrs. Murlin died september 29 at Way land Michigan and funeral services were conducted the local Campus. She received her . And . Degree from Depauw. The amount of the estate that will come to Depauw after certain special bequests Are taken out. Will be approximately $10.000. It was stipulated by mrs. Murlin that residue of her estate Quot be placed a permanent endowment fund the income therefrom to be used for the support and Benefit of the office of the president of said mrs. Murlin. Whose husband served As president of Depauw from 1925-28, stated her will that Quot this connection it is my Hope and desire that such endowment fund be increased from time to time by other gifts and contributions for the same or. Murlin also served As president of Baker University and Boston University. addition to the Cash gift. Mrs. Murlin also left Depauw her private Library consisting of some 500 volumes of poetry biography fiction and books of travel. Circuit coi it note the last will and testament of the late Herschel. Foster was filed with the Lei k of the Putnam circuit court today by. C. Gillen attorney for the estate. The widow mrs Beryl. Foster is Given the entire property Anil she is appointed administer matrix. N Azis pledge vengeance great Britain for attempt to assassinate Hitler with bomb wednesday Ulm kid \ i by Eli ii la newspapers charged British secret service had planted bomb la spite precautions i supt. Jarrell will be one of the Dia-1.v suasion leaders for the monday afternoon sectional meeting to Conraid j or the question of foreign languages the transition of students from High school to College. / or. D. J. Steele to locate Here u a blk a Kau timing Ito Chalk for fast four yaks Hokk nov. 20 structures and processes a democracy. Cd educated citizen has Tieten sos Aga is p p ,.n the educated citizen has a Regar i for the Nal ions resources a i my Ali Sutlon. Of sole, educated citizen measures .Entific Advance by its effects human welfare. Mite w f educated citizens belongs to f re rsm jts a a a a i citizenship and Law educated citizen respects the Law and accepts his civic duties. A a Wervin Quot a Ion democracy. The educated citizen acts upon Swenung Royalty to democratic principles. A v oath of the athenian Young Man will never bring to this our City by any act ois no award ice we will fight for our ideals and sacred things of the City both a Quot with Many will Revere and obey the City a Laws and to it incite a like respect and reverence those about us. Teasingly to quicken the Public a sense of civic duty Heater Ltd will strive to transmit this City not Only not less but Gretic. John w Sutherlin is. Jes8 Miles. A and More Beautiful than it was transmitted to us to one Estment defendant defaulted _ h this space each Day of this week for further suggestions a a segment it can education week. Anti damages. Copy by Greencastle Public school a. E. W. Committee. Or. D. J. Steele who has practice Medicine Roachdale for the past four years announced today that he will move to Greencastle and will open his offices Here november 20. Having taken office rooms at 24 1-2 Washington Street Over the Sam Hanna Book store. Or. Steele and mrs. Steele will occupy a residence after december 1, at 1017 South College Avenue. Or. Steele graduated from the Inri Ana medical College 1934 and has been very successful his work North Putnam county during the j past four and one half years. Hews born and reared at Huntington 1 and copies to Greencastle Well qualified to continue his Putnam county Success Here. Fine i to the Hospital since that time. She was born september 11. 1862 Marion township where she had lived her entire Ilfe. Mrs. Shuck was the daughter of Howard and Cather no Jan a Woods Heavin. I survivors Are the husband one brother Leonard Heavin. Coatesville r. A and two Sisters mrs. La a Phillips of Freetown and mrs. Eddie Myers of Indianapolis and other relatives. She was a member of the Christian Church of Fillmore and of the Eastern Star. Funeral services will he held saturday afternoon at 2 of clock at the Fillmore Christian Church. 20 years ago Greencastle eight acres of Corn the Field were gathered and cribbed for John keen living Putnam county two wife and a half Miles West of Coatesville wednesday evening. Or. Keen is Laid up with a broken ankle the fracture being received the preceding saturday evening when he fell while wiring for electric lights at the Home of his father and Olen Ader. The kindly attention was by i stowed upon the be fast Man by 1 thirty six of his neighbors. They took nine wagons with them and cared for the crop of the eight acres saving it from damage and possible total loss because of or. Keen a inability to gather it himself. Those taking part the Corn gathering were Ollie Sutherlin. Claud Phillips. Ernest Lisby. Alva Lisby. Henry Arnold. Charles girl sword Ottis Griswold Charles Lisby. Harold Lisby. Kenneth Robinson. Lee Robinson. George Mccloud Joe Garrett. Laurence Applegate Charley Snodgrass. H r. Butler John Mccammack. Herbert thruway. Lloyd Greenlee Ansel Sechman. Nate Curtis. Olen Ader. A. J. Nichols. Arthur Morehart e. H More delinquent tax a input from 1500 to 1800 i m tax receipts left says treasurer Lane Newman Glen circuit court note Morehart. Cleo Arnold Henry . Isaac Cush. Kenneth Edwards. Guy m. Coffin for John Al Allan Brockway sold his interests lot Morris Woods. Gilbert Knetzer the Rockville Bank to a. C. Crays and f. K Kersey of East Chicago and a. G. Brown of Greencastle. Or. And mrs. C. H. Baraby motored to Indianapolis for the Wabash # Depauw game. A Leonard h. Greve farm Greencastle Defeated Danville land and Winnogene f Basket Ball 25 to 12. Clerk Russellville. Quot we have from 1500 to 1800 unclaimed tax receipts the Hook left our hands after the close of the tax paying period monday evening contrasted with Only about a thousand left after the Spring instalment dead this was the statement this morning of Roland Lane county treasurer. And he said the number of property owners who became delinquent this time was much larger than the number delinquent at this time last year. He has no definite explanation or reason for the fact he said. Quot there will be Many More men paying poll taxes this fall than last he said Quot because they can to get title to automobiles unless they j Berlin. Nov. 9. Up nazis vowed today to take vengeance great Britain for attempt to assassinate Adolf Hitler with a bomb that wrecked the nazi Beer Hall shrine at Munich killed seven and wounding 60 persons. Newspapers inspired by the government. Charged that the British secret service had had a hand planting the bomb which exploded 15 minutes after Hitler left the Hall. The secret police withheld the identities of the victims. Official sources said Only minor figures Wero among the dead. The highest nazi officials had been present when the explosion roared through the Hall. There Hail Meen 15,000 people and around the old Beer Hall where Hitler fomented his abortive Putsch 16 years ago last night. The blast sent the roof and the gallery crashing Down to the floor where Hitler less than half hour earlier had completed a 57-minute speech. It was heard for blocks. Police cordoned off the whole area while dead and wounded were carried away ambulances. Hitler apparently was not there. He had finished his speech at 9 08 p. M. 3 08 p. M. Est and had stayed Only 12 minutes longer with his old cronies before hurrying away to Quot attend to urgent affairs of the official announcement said. He had boarded a special train for Berlin immediately. The explosion was at 9 35. It was believed to have been a time bomb. The City was Quot blacked out Quot As raid precaution at the time. Also the bombers favor was the location. The Buerger Breau the cellar is part of a tumbling Block of old warehouses and apartment buildings honeycombed with passages and exits a locale made to order for assas.. The greatest juror quickly spread throughout the country. The government offer a a Reward of 500.000 Marks $200.000 for the bombers capture. The Heights to which nazi rage can reach had been attested just one year ago when Herschel , a Young jew killed the Young Ger a Man Diplomat Ernst com Rath Paris. The government fined German jews $400 000.000 which is still being collected with a 25 per cent Levy All. The British however got most of the blame for the bombing though the jews were mentioned. Nazis were certain the bomb was meant for Hitler because spokesmen said Quot the old guards the Hall could hardly have been the but they were amazed that such explosion could have occurred anywhere near Hitler. Since the beginning of the War. The eternal vigilance for the fuehrer a personal safety has been strengthened considerable. Everywhere he goes to is preceded by a squad of secret police and Quot Security services troops who search minutely the places he will he. every gathering there is a Strong Force of local storm troopers and secret police. When to enters meeting Halls for demonstrations. The main aisles Are lined by storm troopers standing shoulder to shoulder. When he travels his car he is accompanied by three cars of picked bodyguards armed with sub machine guns. Yet spite of these precautions someone came within 15 minutes of Honi Hing him and missed Only be ii11ntit<i la Iii our i amp o a o o amp a o amp a amp today a weather a a and 0 q local temperature a occasional rain tonight and african produce receipts for their poll Day Wanner tonight colder Friday taxes. Quot if they apply for License plates Central and North portions. Marriage Lic Ense and can to show receipts for their poll minimum tax for the entire year instead of 6 a. M. For Only the last payment they will 7 a. . Not he issued plates Quot or. Lane said. 8 a. M. He explained this requirement came 9 a. M. From the License Bureau head Quad 10 a. M. Ters. Quot of or. Lane added. 11 a. M. Quot this applies Only to Nien from 21 to 12 noon 50, inclusive As older men Are not 1 p m. Required to pay poll 2 pm m. 35 39 41 45 47 50 53 55 57 58
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