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Greencastle Daily Banner (Newspaper) - November 10, 1939, Greencastle, IndianaTfx a the Wea err Faik and colder it a the daily Banner it it Waves for All 0 4 All the Home news 4 United press so Kwh e 4 in a a me forty eight Greencastle Indiana Friday november 10, 10.o. No. 21 ice Nab in thieves Here thurs. Foo l Tom King Home i i to in Quick apprehension k car also taken authorities come Here to connection with Robberts there optionally Quick and effective work placed three men behind hrs of the Putnam county jail Day evening charged with the Tom King s automobile Jig an accessory to that theft addition to this charge the were closely questioned and Finger printed by police chief Hutton of Brazil who was Lipai red by patrolman Joe of the Brazil Force these officers seeking the connect if any of the three men a Fere with several robberies Razil this week. Questioning t reveal much evidence of such tion. But the Finger prints take by the Brazil officers May Clews. Sard Maddox Greencastle s police and patrolman Berk Atson were called to North Street thursday evening by Lone information that men had Ven away from in front of a King s Home in the King Auto officers were so prompt in no to the Call that they one of the alleged thieves yet. Car a Block or so North of the a Home and they were informed another Man had jumped from Jar and was trying to escape by a Man in the car gave his name Viviam Massengill. Of Blooming and the officers reported he con a at the jail that he was trying Seal the automobile. A Man who ran was captured it time later. He said he is mod grass also from Blooming he was found in a Box car not where the automobile was is. Indianapolis Man shoots wife self Indianapolis. Ind. Nov. 10 up Clark Kelly and his wife mrs. Jui Tine Kelly both 48, of Indianapolis. Were dead by gunshot wounds today As police investigated what they believed to be a car of a. I suicide according to police Kelly shot his wife wounding her fatally As she walked toward their Home and then shot and killed himself. Mrs Margaret Mayes. 31. Kelly s As also rain hampers Hunters on opening Dai parking inform Votion Hunters warned against handling sluggish look a ing rabbits , a wounded slightly. Police said John Mayes who was present told them Kelly was hiding in some weeds when his wife approached. She called to him to come out and he said he would. He came out of the weeds police a said Hayes told them Ami started shooting. When his wife fell he ran tul Aremia increase noted dates of 0m>ii seasons and posses Sion limits Are Given in state Reg i lations across the Street and shot himself. J baby born with country doctor operated at once to remove one of Heads the rain which began to fall Early this morning favored Bird dogs in j their efforts to locate covers but i was not pleasant weather for the men who were trailing the dogs on this opening Day of the Hunting season. The moisture softened the leaves on the ground so that the movements of the dogs and men j were not so noisy and it also helped j the dogs follow the scent of Birds. I in a ii i i rabbits Are said to be very numer 1 will Heads lives a a us Hunters Are of real dangers in handling those that appear to be sluggish in their movements. Quot i never shoot a Rabbit that Isnit on the run a one Veteran Rabbit Hunt in regards to the f if ten minute parking idea in the Banner la9t night by the observer that the City Council or mayor should not permit such a plan. I want to state that this plan was suggested and asked for by the merchants where these posts Are placed. When this plan was presented to the City Council last monday night or. Welch was the Only councilman opposed to it. Thu City officials want Only to do that which is Best for our Community but Ahen our merchants have asked for this parking plan to be carried out. We feel that we should cooperate with them. If fifteen minute a riling is not Long enough we can make it thirty minute parking. W. D. James mayor. Bishop Blake supports War referendum Detroit c Iii k Max spoke at Depauw armistice Chapel i is cited e very numer-1 warned again i void i Roop inulin to those i a is organized in a uni or 8ai l yesterday. Tenn., nov. 10 up. Count r Rabbit that has enough Pep get up and Hustle when he is alarm said today the infant son of ,. 44 1 de is pretty Apt to be healthy but Bristol. Or. J. C. Statzer doctor a farm couple near Here was alive and thriving nearly three weeks after he had amputated one of two Heads with which it was born. The child was born to or. And mrs. Emory at their farm Home near Indian Springs on oct. 17. Or. Statzer who delivered the one that is sluggish is a Good one to leave the Man said. Hunters and persons handling the carcasses of rabbits should use special care because of the danger of tul Aromia or Rabbit fever state health i officials warned today. Or. Harvey state health director future policies and Lead ers approved it meeting last night address was preceded but rending Uuk s it Depauw world War dead a those who must die in a was should speak the final word about j War a said Bishop Edgar Blake of Detroit in the armistice Day Chapel at Depauw Friday. In speaking f in i War Kcf Brendum. He said Quot the time has come when we should Stop turning Over to governments the life and death of the Bishop b Ake called on those who will have to do the fighting and end c the suffering of a War to Rise up and say to Washington a we Are Lone with War. We have no Quant legion Turkey dinner to be held tonight Putnam county Post no. 58. Of the american legion will hold its annual Turkey dinner at the legion Home this evening at half past six of clock. This dinner has proven to be the High Light of the years events for the legion for several years and is always largely attended. It is being held tonight this year because tomorrow is saturday and More men can attend tonight than tomorrow night but in All probability hereafter the dinner will be held on the night of armistice Day regardless of the Date. Dutch army leaves Are cancelled satiation is tense following shooting incident on Border lesion by nazis rumoured dead Man was a drugged across German Frontier c civilians oily involved the Hague. Netherlands. Nov. T. B. Testing is until Manx work of testing children in coi Misc tools started this w Eek boy scout troop no. 43 met thursday evening at the Gobin memorial Church for an organization meeting at which time the organization of the troop in november 1922 was celebrated. The troop is sponsored by the menus club of the Gobin Church of a i which Ernest Collins is president. Baby said a second sni Alu t i a disease can be contracted i the troop committee representing i through the eyes. Tul Aremia has j the menus club consists of the follow been increasing in the state he members and 134 cases were re a ported last year compared with thirty three the previous year. The fatality toll runs greater than 10 per cent he added. Persons handling wild rabbits should Wear rubber gloves at All ird Butcher also a Bloom ing ident. Disclaimed any connect with the attempted theft when ironed at the jail. He said he the her two Bloomington men 1 to Limedale and got drunk on r which he furnished the three Laid he got Down in the weeds he Side of the Railroad and the a men went on and left him by there. The jail chief Maddox. Sheriff and the Brazil officers gave men a grilling to develop the against them and to uncover a connection there May be Between and i the thefts in Brazil Ese three men Are connected by polio with an attempt to steal Singer s car from in front of Shonu on South Jackson Street. I evening. The car was rolled the Street to the Comer and id the Corner but the Lack of ignition key walked the Effort to it started and it was abandoned he would be thieves. Hen Roy c. Sutherlin started a t in thursday he expected to Down As usual but when no t into the drive beside his East Sinai y Street Home he was surfed to find the car missing. He a packed it the night before in the Jal place in the drive leaving the p in the car. It had been taken of a Normal head a there were impressions for nose eyes ears and Mouth on the second old head a the doctor said Quot but no Quot i operated at once amputating Only part of the head so the remainder could be used to file a ligature. 1 i did t want a new born baby to lose any blood and he lost very or. Statzer said he completed the operation five Days later and since he could not tie off the wound the 110 bleeding was profuse. A Quot judging from the amount of a hit 2. Blood. Quot he said Quot there was a Well a hungarian Partridge nov formed system of Bloj vessels and j dec serves leading into the second the doctor said that since the see a my operation the Haby had been j orinal in ail respects and was gain eng weight. He had weighed n no sounds at birth and now weighed i -. A a. He a pursue any wild Bird or animal with "�?T8 c. C. Wolgamott. Chairman David l. Grimes in charge of outdoor activities. John a. Cartwright in charge of publicity. Rex w. Thorlton in charge of advancement. D. Xiv. Blythe in charge of membership and finances Rev. Claude Mcclure Hob Ora by committee times. Or. Harvey warned. Open season dates hag and pos session limits include Quail nov. 10-dec. 20. Bag limit. And Church representative. Tuberculin testing of school Chil with other nations we have no in Dren sponsored by the Putnam coun Vest Menta we want to conserve we to tuberculosis association was be want to live at peace with the rest gun in the township schools this of the he added. Quot let those week. The testing will continue at who want War. The president his cab stated dates through november and inet. Congress and the big business the Early part of december. Most men. Plunge into the front lines of the schools participating in the test have had special health pro Bishop b Ake fears that the repeal Grams with a speaker from the state of the arms embargo the huge tuberculosis association or state Grants for the largest army and Navy in the world and the big business Boom arc leading America into an. Other War. Quot there is Money in War for big he said Quot and these men Are now cooperating with the government in the building up of a munitions Quot we have never had an administration in Washington in peace times that has delivered itself so comp Ete by to War mongers As the present Bishop Blake charged. Quot however. We can stay out of War if we will to and if we listen to the heart of the after relating the history of the Board of health discussing tuberculosis and tuberculin testing their remarks supplemented by a moving picture or charts. The tests Are being Given either in the school building or the office of the physician. Miss Fri Codman. County health nurse is assisting the physicians. 10 up the government pm Ceil Al All army furloughs today after a j shooting affray Between German an i dutch citizens on the German Frontier. A communique issued after a Midnight meeting sold Only civilians were involved the incident near Venlo in which one dutch Man was killed and his body dragged into Germany. But other versions circulated abroad said some German officials Luid been involved. The Cabinet held a special meeting to consider the . But whether this signified that the shotting itself was serious or was symptomatic of Holland s anxiety Over the general situation was not Plain. Alarming rumours of Hollands peril from a planned German invasion Are l Ife Here an i throughout Europe. Holland is trying to scotch them. Dutch newspapers were even forbidden to publish the details of the horde incident. It was Learned at l Alo that the shooting followed a political argument Between two parties in automobiles and that Frontier guards had intervened but no soldiers were involved. In addition to the Dea 1 dutchman several other uninjured All positive reactors will be Given j persons were dragged across the Ger cock pheasant nov. 10-nov. 10. The troop committee and troop j leaders in a meeting held after the 1 regular troop meeting set Down future troop policies and formally approved the following leaders Rich Jard k Lawrence scoutmaster Jack in. Armstrong assistant scoutmaster i Junior assistant scoutmaster How bag card Brown Dean Chapman. Joe i Bamberger. A. Wilbur Campbell i the following patrols were organized Panther patrol Joe Cartwright. Or. Patrol Leader. Maurice munitions races since 1900. Bishop Blake said Quot now Twenty one years Man a rays at the Putnam county Hospital. The association has arranged with or. J. W. Strayer superintendent of win. Ross Sanatorium. Lafayette. To interpret the a Ray. Follow up into the Home of All positive reactors will in made by miss Fried Man Border. 20. Bag limit. 5. Rabbits nov. 10-.an limit. 10. Open season dates inclusive other regulations to be observed a by the Hunters include it is unlawful to Hunt shoot or Haeger. Assistant patrol Leader. Fly patrol Jim Talbott palador. Jim Bamberger Assis Indiana it ant patrol Leader. Beaver patrol after the armistice of the War to end All wars the countries Are at it again. I a a in finite it in in nth Tinl William Harris died at Ellet Svilar Pioneer cloy Ekdale publisher passed away on thursday Williams patrol Leader or. Assistant patrol Hilly Douthitt Jake Man of Coverdale Leader. Or Vordale Bee in the year 1877. Line and a Quarter pounds minus about a License except owners of farm 11,1 1 second head. Quot i have never seen anything like i land who Are residents of it Neve heard of anything like a id the children and spouse living. Bob to in All my experience Quot the doctor with them and tenants of farm lands hot said. Jan 1 16 he it ouse an 11 n la later Roy Dou Tutt. Assistant a Field in Coverdale by Lyman Nanugle or Statzer has been practising in with them on such land Only. A Uhn aka Urf Al 1ow a a by my Bristol for Quot about 35 and is. Tom air Ltd. A student at Depauw i Naugle Bainbridge schools University will be a regular instr us a or. Harris was visited at his Home have armistice program to a the Dath at thursday of William Boyd Harris. 85 years old. I a moves the Pioneer newspaper he published the he patrol a was succeeded in the newspaper frequently called on Remote country cases a because 1 know the planes lost All patrons and friends of the Berlin nov. 10 up the Ger Hain Ridge school was cordially Inman army High command a melted i item to Atland and take part in the today that the French had shot Down i following armistice Day program a nazi plane on the Western front j Given Friday at 11 00 a m. At a the communique described increased j time like this when War is again rag the Moselle River j eng in the leading nations of the world the significance of this Day was brought More forcibly to the american people by the program. Program m armistice Day March bus Orch. America the Beautiful bus Orch. Short talk Rev. Leroy Houk songs audience 1 keep the Home fires burning 2. Indiana 3. America memories of 1918 Loren Ader Raymond Morphew Robert Cooper patrol activity sector of the front. Quot Between the Moselle River Ontl the Pfaelzer Forest there was somewhat More Lively reconnaissance activity As there has been for several the announcement said. Quot otherwise there was Only Light artillery fire. Quot a German air plane which did not return to its base wednesday was e time during the night. The loss d in by French Pursuit aircraft h is covered by insurance was l1 i Quot Minini Fitl on pm a la of service Eor dads to lie held sunday j a i Rev. Ecu lure will speak on a the religious Challenge of our times i a dad a Day worship service will he presented by the Gobin memorial 1 methodist Church sunday after the dad s Day Celebration on the Depauw Campus. The reverend Frederick g in e Bettsville Early in july this year by a Banner reporter and to the latter or. Harris said Many Heartfelt complimentary things about Coverdale and its people. Or. Harris was accompanied to c Overda a to enter the newspaper i publishing business by his Bride and their first child was born while they lived Here. Or. Harris was a student in old Asbury for a time enrolling in the Academy Here in 1873. He is survived Contact was tuberculosis is often unknown. The tuberculin test helps to find those who 4i�ve tuberculosis germs in their bodies. If the response is Quot positive a red raised Lump will appear it the site of the injection within forty Eigle Houri if a a negative there will be no local disturbance. The positive reaction indicates that the person has been exposed to some one who is giving off germs or that he himself is liar Boring them. It should be understood that a positive tuberculin test does not mean that tie child has tuberculosis but it a Loes mean that Paris. Nov. 10 up i German patrols roamed the front throughout the night and Strong inkling attack l the French Lints on the East Side of the of rent hat salient South of Saar Stuecken and East of the Moselle. It was announced today. The French repulsed nil raids with the air a of artillery. The newspaper Petit parisian said a German air pm Ane had landed by mistake at that Esch Luxembourg Ai drome. Its wheels were stuck in the mud an i before it could get away the Luxembourg gendarmerie or Rived and impounded it and interned the Crew. Late the newspaper said two German planes flew Over Luxembourg Tirrit re and generated smok a Dai s which formed a huge Cross. Nobody could understand the mein he should be examined by his family i ing of the Dan Konsti ution. The planes physician and have ids Chest a Rayed continued to. France and were Chas to be certain that no harm is being d away by French Pursuit p Anes done in the lungs. It should not cause worry to parents. In Many cases subsequent examination May show the child to be perfectly sound and healthy and that his body is capable of throwing off the disease or that though the germs Are present infection Isnit progressing. To prevent a child with a positive reaction from getting serious tuberculosis he must be Given a Chance to build Good health and he must no longer be in Contact with some one who has tuberculosis. It is repeated Contact with some one having tuberculosis that is most dangerous american education week tonic for Friday Cuitti Vatine that love of learning cult it Vaum the love hot u perhaps he Moet Moor in Runje it elementary school. All other purposes Are More Ely in n one is accomplished. More children Are find tag hat school is a Jam iving. Not something detached from pm a Al Tholt Chi a Drew Giren need to be made to go to school with the threat. Children at least Throe reasons account for the modern a limn can ased cultivation of the a Csc of learning first Eddren a pm Dan a a Ful experience in learning. Children still read. The. G p a about frogs that one enjoying a Good Story am Nsnan even Uro of . They use textbooks magazines new i p a a Library books. Children still write and learn Correct w. A the Quot a ral gosh. They do it through writing legible letters that ate at rating poems dramatizing stories writing play a g f. Ill u e nil Lieuru geography and history but the new e p a a sent Sias such but on the relationships of Man to Man and a p the l second Way Quot Quot the modern school is Cui unating a love of Marne no Isva Umi greater attention to individual needs. Compact Itliong fing there is less and less attention to grades and report cards n <1 themselves to comparisons and accompany cd by a Art i development and for the Agency that produced the school Plant has added its full share to creating the love r a a it 1 modern schools Are flexible in the or use and auditor play und apparatus visual aids. A no Onger trying to give a cd old thu ivling Quot for him Quot v7ewant a be him in finding education As a Way of Rich living tor or wet Road causes skidding collision pole of Detroit Ami his son John j Ville. Sophomore in the University the reverend Roy Cocker of Glen Ellyn iii., and a his son Robert also a Sophomore at Depauw will assist in the service. 1 the reverend Claude m. Mcclure will speak on the religious Challenge of our the musical program will be Given by or. Van Denman Thompson and the University choir. Another sunday event is the monthly Depauw vespers service at 4 30 p. M. Or. Oscar t. Olson of the Euclid Avenue methodist Church in Cleveland Ohio will deliver the address. A full musical program by the University choir and or. Thompson at the Organ will Complete the vespers service. By the widow. A Hie Bra ton Harris therefore search must be made for the spreader and care for them assured so our children May be protected. We May say that no germs have Ever entered the bodies of those children who have a a negative reaction and two sons and two daughters. One of the sons succeeds his father in his printing business in Ellets a truck driven by Murl Reeves and owned by m. G. Baker of Green Castle was struck from the rear by a passenger car owned by a Bicknell Man on the National Road at Stiles Ville just before noon today and five persons in the Bicknell car were injured. The car was badly damaged. The truck also was damaged. Rain was falling at the time of the Accident and it is believed the vision at the time of the collision was poor so that the Driver of the passenger car did not see the truck in time to Stop. State police investigated. As the result of the Accident mrs. Charles Bushman. Mrs. Bemont Bushman and Robert Owen All of judges Hughes and son James Bicknell. And mrs. Max Kennedy of witnessed the Depauw Wabash game. Funeral services will be held at 2 of cock sunday afternoon at the Al and anti aircraft guns. An author tic source said German planes were flying systematically Over Belgium on route to French Frontier Provine it for reconnaissance. At first it was said the French believed the flights were accidental but in View of their repetition it was a cide i that the germans were ignoring belgian neutrality in order to get bitter in Mutton on the allies m sit ions. Brussels Begum. Nev. 10 up foreign air planes believed to be German flew Over belgian territory again this morning and one reported shot Down in Limburg province but this was not confirmed ii i. Do do it ate gym Valparaiso. And. Nov. 10. Lett Hill methodist Church of which to the tuberculin text and if guarded up let Quot a Quot Quot Quot m a 0&Quot a Loni s for to was member and burial will to from All Contact with tuberculosis Quot Quot we Quot a a Quot i Quot or Quot is 1 l nov a in the presbyterian cemetery at Al cases they need have no further con pay hymn mum we Quot u Hhd 111 a Quot i Ottsville. Cera. Judi a with the Valparaiso notre Dame basketball game dec. 4. Officials said today. The event has been named a Koegen Day in Honor of George Koegen. Notre Dame coach and formerly coach at Valparaiso. Guess who i 20 years ago in Astle my in finding education As a Way u. . American. I Quot m to love learning. This is the keynote of education Foi the american i Indian polls were brought to the Hoa-1 Andrew Pittman went to the game. , for further suggestions on Pital Here by the Drivers of special i the interurban sold 871 tickets to atch this space each Day of this week for a busses Enro Ute Here to get the do-1 fans attending the game the score be ican education week. Copy by Greencastle Public school a. E. W committee. Lap week s guess who Quot was really a hard one and for the first time in the contest was Start d no one from outside the City limits of Green Cost guessed the Correct identity of the Young Man in the picture. The fist in Greencastle who Eor Restiv identified him was Lawrence Miller at he Potof Floc. The picture was of Wii. Liam Eiteljorge former owner of a Fri. In East and South portions much Market Farmer and county . A incr. Ltd it today a weather 0 0 and 0 0 local temperature 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Cloudy tonight preceded by rain 11 i colder generally fair and colder sat i Pauw football squad. Wan a tie 0 to 0. Today a picture will probably Noi be quite so difficult for a great Many poo pie he has lived a re for probably fifteen or Twenty years and May be seen Down town almost any Day of the week. He a one Hobby which if told would quickly Tell Many people All they m d j to know. Or. Miler will receive two free tickets to the von Castle theater to see a a a the private lives of Elizabeth and Essex yith Bette Davis and Errol Flynn the current attraction Over the week end. Urday. Minimum Ito i m. 10 9 a. A. 56 10 a. A. 51 11 a. M48 12 noon. 43 1 p. A. 42 2 p. A. 42
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