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Greencastle Daily Banner (Newspaper) - November 14, 1939, Greencastle, IndianaThe weather fair am Wab Meit 4 a a 4, 4 the daily Banner tit b 4 All ti1e Home news 4 4 un1tki� press service 4 a 4 4444444� 4 4it Waves for All a 1,ume eight Kkent Asti Indiana to a slav Woyk Mukh 14. I a a a. 24 Millett fill speak at Chapel Chapel speaker a Sostant in Public he station on research staff a xxx Radi ate of 1933 a thus Lowe will be Ili Iest in maker in wednesdays worship Cha pm Lulin d. Millett a Depauw at of 1933, will return to the fus thursday for a Chapel and Meharry Hall. Or. Millett Distant in Public administration Taff of the social science Reich Council in new York City. Millett is also speaking this in Indianapolis before a meet the business and professional a or a club on Quot Europe on the of he returned last f n from a trip to England a he did research on that couns Stem of old age insurance in a a a notion for a Book to be publish us Winter. He travelled Exten v on the continent also Hile in Depauw. Or. Millett was sober of Phi Beta Kappa Sigma to Chi Blue key. I Sigma Alpha Sigma rho and pin Delta j he was editor of the Dele his Junior year and president in Depauw student Union. Held on the student Senate and Lent affairs committee and was Ember of the debate team. Mil won the Margaret Noble Lee when he was a Sophomore and a Rector scholar. Eftim graduating with High Dis Aion with honors in political in Millett went to Columbia he. It where he taught and ii Quot a he received his m a de-1935 and his pm. D. In 1938. Is the author of a Book on a need administrators in addition to Book in preparation. J Millett is a native of Indiana and is married to the former v 1,1 to Singer of Bloomington a i of Depauw. They Nave 1 son. I a Isle in Titus Lowe of the Indiana i Ai. I of the methodist Church will Hgt i speaker in wednesday s i hash. This will i Quot Bishop first appearance before the int body of Depauw. Engineer suggests new Quot it mini to i Alt Kim. i Rol i in is would not meet approval British destroyer is sunk by germans i mic1it i eur e i hoi r limit commission really prefers what termed Quot dead parking Quot or Long time parking if form and to a Saver Tod probably will 8a1 a lived a Titi i pm m let a my. Possibilities Berlin nov. 14 up a n liable source said that a answer to the Belg ii. peace meditation offer pro Habte would be delivered at the Lia Day. I that a fifteen minute parking j limit anywhere along the route of i state Highway 43 in Greencastle i would not meet the approval of the Indiana state Highway commission a was indicated today by the traffic Engineer of the Crawfordsville cola strict of the state Highway system t who was Here supervising a revision of the marking of the route Down town for parking purposes. The engineers principal change manner of marking the pavement along the West and South sides of the court House Block anti the Block East on Washington is a flattening of the Angle of parking from its present Angle to an Angle of Only 40 degrees from the curb line the flatter Angle having been found to be to much better in that it permits Drivers to enter and leave the parking London. Nov 14 up the admiralty announced today that a British destroyer Hail been sunk by a German mine that one of the Crew i was killed six were missing Anil 15 injured. A few minutes after this announcement the trawler Phyllis a wire Essed that a German a boat had sunk the trawler Gresswell of 275 tons and that the Phyllis a had rescued six of the Cresswell s Crew of 12. The name of the destroyer the to j cation of its sinking even its classification by Type was withheld. Brit i ish destroyers Range from 1,500-ton flotilla leaders carrying 175 men. To 000-ton ones with 08 men. A it was said that the answer would a a pay without interfering so much a net be directly negative but would say that the Allied attitude As revealed in speeches by lord Halifax. British foreign Secretary and Winston Churchill. First i ird of the British admiralty precluded the possibility of Quot British and French conditions that Poland. Austria and Czechoslovakia be re established arc the informant said. Quot we never could discuss such germans destroy 2 British planes a. Thompson talks at Chupo Berlin. Nov. 14 up German air planes which raided the Shetland islands yesterday destroyed two British hydroplane and appeared to have struck a British Cruiser the German army High command a Aid in a communique today. The communique said that All the planes which raided the Shetland islands. 600 Miles from Germany returned to their bases. The British admiralty yesterday said that German planes which reached the Shetland islands dropped bombs but were driven off. The admiralty said that some bombs fell in the sea and others director of my Salt Lingol heard with pleas a i Iii tuesday morn in new gave with passing traffic at their rear and also when the cars Are parked their rear ends do not project out into the traffic Lane so far. As they do with the present much More abrupt Angle. This traffic Engineer with experience in Many cities said the propos i de 15-minute parking limit in front of the larger stores is a without rhyme or he said Statis tics show that in cities of Indiana. 80 per cent of the parkers Are parking 50 minutes on an average which is a legitimate proper parking. A the remaining 20 per cent of the a he said a Are mostly clerks and a store proprietors who Park in i front of their own places of business i or \ 3 hours and 57 minutes. A a this last 20 per cent of parkers Are using More spare periods than j Are the 80 per cent who ate the legitimate parkers. A a elimination of this 20 per cent i by the establishment and enforcement of a two hour parking limit will increase parking facilities 50 per cent. A your average Small town does no to Pearl Ward is fined la Cwi Irnel a r off ski d to is Skendek did \ Eros la Ensi hit Foi r mis s \ i v Pearl Ward the 69-year old Farmer who bought the de Hibbitt farm Northwest of Greencastle and lives there and who caused such a Felt r among automobile its at the j have a parking problem. It is Large-1 you can to i and also Garaging at the same and damaged an unoccupied dwell j this explained that by ing. There was no other damage a a parking he meant that by a Garaging problem which fell on j have intimate parking land shattered windows in houses the admiralty said a Denman Thompson Here a of the music school re an my talk on the More humor aspects of faculty life in de a i. 1 Hapel tuesday. Or. Thomp m related his reactions to a com hot Quot on vocational guidance on High lie is serving. A that we need Are More Voca i r. Thompson said. He is in. I i in the smaller details of use such As rest i n i n1 i Quot i position of the pretzel and elfish service to insure privacy k1 fish. A by such research we Ike the world pretzel mind i hut then perhaps the worlds ind shaped too much like a pret a ,�?� he offered. Thompson called attention to change in vocational opportunit-siiu�?~0 the Day when any College iad Uati might nope to become a Hoad president. A however today p Are too Many graduates and t enough railroads to go concluded. By it m us fire department i thu fire department was called to a Walnut Street near the Myers Bill at 1 30 of cd Ock this afternoon heir Brush along the Roadside was aging. There was no property dam at 1 00 of clock the firemen we galled to West Seminary Street. A a Small Blaze had alarmed to owners. There was but lit re damage. Santa i a is slip a fire department collected 1\ and firemen donate time to repair them Santa Claus again has opened Nis Branch shop in the Greencastle fire departments Headquarters and. Already. In close proximity to the big fire fighting trucks Are toys which Santa wants fixed up to put them in circulation among the Little folks again. In a Box full received by the firemen yesterday of crippled toys were several juvenile Swiss music boxes which were sufficiently Good notwithstanding their maimed condition to play Sweet tunes which were listened to by the firemen and others with much enjoyment. They will be made As Good As new. And will Delight some children of this Vicinity also in the Box of toys were pieces of diminutive furniture for doll houses and other things which will receive repairs and new paint where needed and which ultimately will be found on Christmas Trees in juvenile Homes. The toys Are collected by the american legion year and the firemen donate time in preparing the refurbishing them. Each their Southwest Cornest of the court House Square last saturday evening when he damaged four other cat was before Justice of the peace Robert Newgent. Monday to answer to a charge of reckless driving. Or. Ward. Saturday evening drove North on Jackson Street at what the i police said was a reckless Speed and crossed Washington Street against the my Light and attempted to find space for his cat to be driven on North Between the cars parked at the curb and the line of cars waiting for the go Quot signal but failed to find enough space. He damaged four cars packed at the curb before his machine stopped he told to ice at the time that he thought he was being pushed and he explained in court. Monday that his a i air stalled at a filling station on their neighbors on an average of j South Jackson strict and some Man in another machine gave him a push. Or Ward said Rte thought that th1 other car was yet pushing his car and that he Stop his own machine at the crossing for that reason. As a matter of fact the Pusher dropped Back immediately after getting the Ward ear motor operating but or. Ward did not know it. Or. Ward told the court frankly that he has no Money but that he works and will try to get enough Money together to reimburse the owners of the damaged cars. Two of these Are insured but it so happened that the two tie worst damaged were not insured against damage incur Perrons who drive into the bust in Hal manner or. Ward was asked if he did no to get financial assistance and to replied "1 Don t want any of that sort of Money i Cam what i he has a horse and a Colt and a pig or two and raises enough Corn to feed them but otherwise he said he has no Rosoli ices at a 1. He was fined $1 and costs and he himself offered to surrender his Drivers License saying he was too old to drive an automobile and will go Back to horse and buggy Days. Pen House to Library in rim of Kkt Imit Vetoll is invited Quot said miss Genevieve Del Ai it. a honouring Rook week Iii so Cybil recognition there pro ornamentation suggesting theme of tin i Cirod a is being kept thie Greencastle Carnegie i l Iii the National Book for the feast whether its nov. 23 or 30 you celebrate As thanksgiving Day or both Here Are some prime White turkeys fattening for the table. Anna Louise Watson of French lick Springs looks Over this Southern Indiana flock. Borah fires shot a 0.1\ leaders ii i \ i i ii x Mii i in on i of tui i Misc in Lodi it Xot frs 3\iis a will not Stark save finns Washington. Nov. 14 sen. William e. Borah. R who refused to support the can presidential nominee i 1932 and 1930, fired another up Idaho. Re pull a 1912, shot to some traffic information Quot Ler to Check the Public View Point on Down town pm Ktal to Green i a the a nil Banner in running i Quot Ite if our renders will fill out and mall 01 Quot Xvi t to u of pay be Able to determine some just fact for Parkin read the following and Check and return to us. Í0 you favor 15 minute parking a you favor 30 minute parking ? a that time limit would you suggest my recommendations would you make Ness District to buy Ami sell or con suit professional men. Or to transact a i other business matters and who i leave the parking area after they have concluded their business. By 1 Garaging he said he meant the Stor i ing of their automobiles in garages during business hours sometimes ail Day by business and professional men. Instead of leaving those cars parked Down town occupying space i which should he left fur the use of customers and patrons of those Busl Ness and professional men. The Engineer said that if a time limit is required on a state Road through Greencastle the commission should be requested to furnish time limit signs and embody the required time Lim it in a state Highway commission Resolution governing Green Castle. The new parking lines will strictly fellow the new traffic code of the state As embodied in the traffic Law and whose specifications cannot be interfered with by any City administration. And which Are enforceable by the courts. These specifications supersede the proposed time limit on some locations. In that for instance the specifications forbid parking at any time within 30 feet from the intersecting property line where there is a traffic control signal. This applies City As an example to the Penney Corner where there is a Stop and go signal. And no parking at All will be permitted on Jackson Street North from the Penney Corner for a distance of 30 feet regardless of any proposed 15-minute limit sign that May be put up there by the City. This same restriction applies to the Washington Street front of the Central Bank the Washington Street front of Fleenor a. And the first citizens Bank and elsewhere pos i Sib a. This Engineer explained that the Highway commission really liked Best j what he termed Quot dead parking or Long time parking because it makes to of Linurd on pm to la a Day at the g. O. 1. Leadership. The incident aroused speculation Here whether Borah in headed for a Bolt or a political sit Down strike against the 1940 Republican nominee. Chairman John i it m. Hamilton of the Republican National committee told an audience of women last week that even Blind party loyally was preferable to Independence in american politics. Borah challenged Hamilton today asserting that Quot the Independent voter is tin real salvation of decent politics in this a under our he said a it seems that we must have political parties and parties inevitably trend toward centralization of political a Kuwer and toward corruption. A the Only remedy there really is for the evils of the party system is the Independent voter. In other words it is the Independent voter who tends to keep polities clean. It is the business of every political party to make such a record and keep such a record As will win the Independent negotiators Weri Home re Roi and Xiii Noth inc. Settled Helsin fors. Finland. Nov 14. Up Finland risked her Security today in the Deli f that Russia would not attack to gain new territory. The finnish negotiators were homeward bound Iron Moscow with nothing settled and the people Here prepared j open Hou i week at the. Bra by Hono 1 week. Everybody is invited a said mis. Genevieve o Llali librarian and he i .ussir�?T.ant. Miss Virginia Rogers gave i mailing assent to the invitation. Even thu 14.790 books in the Library i appear to have taken on a new j blight no. I of appearance due. Very j Muchley to the newly re tinted Walls and the new lights. The Library a these �i.1 is and evenings is a very he Ful place which is considerably i More than could have been Aid if it Ben e hese brightening touched were Given it. In special recognition of Book i week there Are some ornamental i Titis which suggest the theme of the period the tables for instance bearing suggestions of the continents it the world one Tabic for North America one for South America for Asia and so on the younger Folk i think the ideas Are Fine i organizations arc beginning to a take an individual interest in the Library. Which is another Good idea. The Parent teacher organizations 111 have a shelf of contributed h a is and ten clubs of the Community Are making contributions in Honor of members. Teachers of the Greencastle const Lida Ted schools will bring in Ali i classes men Masse Quot to tour them Barry. This is the 21st anniversary of the founding of National Book week. The total number of books in the Library 14 970 Are what Enron after m a o h or culled quite a few. There have been volumes in the i to endure the a a War of nerves Quot they believed was forthcoming. They had not Long to wait. The soviet radio at Moscow was heard broadcasting that the finns had withheld vital meteorological information about a Cyclone in the Gulf of Finland. The Cyclone swept Gulf. Water up the Neva River and threat Eneil to flood Leningrad the Broad a Caster said. if the finns had not violated the International convention by withholding weather information could have Tuk j Harry which for the most part were donated from the libraries of decent Jed persons which have not paid for their shelf room because they to i not read by any one and these and others not asked for by readers have i been retired from positions am the shelves in the main stack room. There have been additions or books also purchased by miss of hair and the Library Board among the More recent of these being a Hundred children a books and a nun Osi \ in in this j. C. A l l n died Lvi Loi is sati Drax Oscar Allen youngest son of or. Hiram p and Mary Ellen Knetzer a Ian Pioneer residents of pleasant Garden. Washington twp., died at his Home in St. In Ilia to. Saturday a m. November 11. He was born and spent his boyhood in pleasant Gar Den where physician. Several Fillmore. His father was the leading relatives live in or near 20 years ago in Greencastle this Wilks weather rain beginning about tuesday an ending wednesday and rain again saturday. Warmer by tuesday older wednesday and wednesday and Wanner Friday. It Leningrad residents in precautions. Diatribes of i he russian press and radio were officially ignored Here however because As foreign minister Eljas Erkko said. A we Are not dealing with the press even if it is a official a but with responsible government representatives of tin soviet nothing was said officially of the negotiations in my How hut it was believed tip finns had agreed to give Russia some territory on the karelian isthmus near Leningrad. And some islands in the Gulf of Finland near the russian naval base at Kron Huilt. But Bluit they in a refused to c be the important port of itunes at the Entrance to the Culf of Finland or pm sumo in the North. Ber intended for adults. I a the miss of hair spoke of some Book donations to the Library one of these coining from the Central National Bank which g Ive the Library a Globe and some new books for children. Or Tom Noble to show pictures Here Pokky wait ten several years Agio by pupils of county schools Brilliant a a a Gnu a photography of the j american Southwest will he shown j by i Tom Noble of Indianapolis when lie give Man illustrated lecture i Friday evening at 7 in the social museum in the basement of Kant College. Ids lecture on the Navajo indians and the landscape of the Southwest is being sponsored by the a anthropology and sociology departments of Depauw University. Or. Noble showed his illustrated lecture in Art and archaeology at the incl i Ana Academy of science meeting i i t Friday in Terre haute. Miss Helen Birch came from Adah. Ohio to spend the thanksgiving season with her sister mrs. Albeit Lockridge. Miss i Ela Walls announced she had made arrangements to bring Hugh Walpole Here to lecture. Miss Edna Hays instructor in English in Depauw. Was to give j readings at the Christian Church. Temperature was 17 above Zero. Or. Everett Hurst was Here from Cloverdale in route to Indiana polio. J Nathan Call cashier of the Roach Dale Bank was have on business. Or. T. A. Sigler left for new of leans for a two week s stay. In what May be termed an anthology of verse from pupils of the Clinton Center and the Clinton no. 10 school of the years 1908 and 1910 respectively appear verses by authors. Some of whom Are Well known these Days All of them engaged in activities Fhi removed from the writing of poetry. The clippings on which these verses appear Are in the Possession of mrs. Callie Arnold daughter of j. G. Bettis. There is a verse by Mason Vermillion present game Warden of Owen county who in the year 1908 composed the following and it is really Good until the last line is reached which limps quite a Little a one whose Fame consists not in Noble deeds and ventures bold but his name we cannot forget. For he is Worth his weight in John Vermillion now a Farmer and Stock Raiser of Clinton a township gave birth to this Gem a a studious youth bound to Excell with dark hair and Bright Blue eyes one whose name shall honoured be school when in the grave he Alva Wysong. In the same fathered this offspring Quot a Pupil with unusual merits with Auburn hair and dreamy eyes. One whose life we wish to to a Happy Day with sunny May Moler daughter of the late Shelby Moler wrote this one a a girl who is fair to look upon. With Bright Blue eyes and Chestnut hair one who will carry Sunshine to drive Dull care Everett Lloyd staked his reputation on this one a let truth and courage be his virtue. Let kindness play its part j fair the fairest lad that Ever won so Cool tonight the love of a a lady a heart. A wednesday. In Clinton Center in the year 1910, there were similar contributions. Minimum among them were these from 6 u. M Charles Elto Jorge 7 a. M. A we love this pretty Maiden. 8 a. A. For she is a Type of purity 9 a. M another Sweet life upon this Earth 10 a. M. Makes others happier 11 a. A. Fred Porter a 12 noon a the reminds one of a Knight of old. 1 p. M. 2 p. A. I Oulu Una cd i liter two i and m a w. M Megaughey an 1 mrs. Simpson Sti nor will leave we Ine Vilay morning for Chicago for i two Days stay. While there it a Mcgaughey will attend the new York cd tial surgeons Railroad association meeting. They will return Home Friday. O 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 today a weather 0 0 and 0 0 local temperature 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 tonight and wednesday not slightly warmer 35 35 36 40 41 49 55 57 59 59
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