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Greencastle Daily Banner (Newspaper) - November 15, 1939, Greencastle, IndianaWeather 4 and warmer a a 4 a the daily Banner i a a forty eight it Waves for ally a a 4 the Home new s 4 4 United press service 4 i 4.444444 jhkkxoant1.k. Indiana Vovk Makr 15, 11 30 Hersity Hestra to be concert Igo Oram of new year 1 Iven this evening Kharry Hall soil Berg is director a inert to be included in of a a to Grams by greater i in Verity orchestra University symphony under the direction of Herman Berg will present ing concert in Meharry Hall at 8 15. As usual the ��?�111 be free to All students a people. By Mendelssohn. Beethoven and Strauss will be featured phony which this season concerts of definite Aud . Years orchestra is better before a Berg stated while a Rig the concert. A the con Jis season Are planned to at a musical Standard yet have audience is of the symphony include Colin patience Thompson Kathleen Corbin Judith Emily Stahr Edward Hauch. Its Anna Margaret Whiting ins Lyndhurst. Fred Wessel violin Betty Jean Shperling. It Childers Bernard flood. Berkeypile. Marguerite erd Oris Elliott. Lois Stanfield a Spring Julia White Sylvia Jane Mccown. Harvey Frye Adele Drill Curnutt Joyce Tharp cello homies. Elizabeth Camp cd Scott. Mary Gilkey Jean Ier string Bass Robert Job the Attipoe flute Rose Toney Charles Lawburgh Ecker oboe Jim Collns Elrington clarinet Arthur Charles Hardy Joe Barton clarinet Walter Brownie a. 1th Horn George Gilkey. Hodgson William Edington. Bits. Trumpet Leonard John Juliam Saul trombone brute David Oughton. Dorothy a Boh Glass Tympani Charles librarian Charles Thorne. Annual smoker by Phi Psi fraternity the annual business men s smoker held by the Phi Kappa Psi fraternity will be held this year thursday evening november 16, at 8 15 the invitations announce boxing wrestling. Good Fellowship refreshments a and the Best in Kille sunday the Putnam county Saddle club will enjoy another ride on sunday. They will meet at the Deer barn and ride to the Donner farm West of the Quot City where they will spend the Day. Activity in War expected to increase i in Oil Field Roth London \ n i 11 Klin predict that near future will bring More activity Many lost As flames cover congested Stilt City in Venezuela Oil District shipping losses reported explosion it risks Eire Germany claims a maj damage and limit Ash Jford ast More work by blockading Fleet i. 1. Stepul Mison London nov. 15 up a hint that great Britain soon May Start seizing German exports from Neutral ships and Germany s announced Subi Marine Campaign against armed Al files inv. \ u Hei merchant ships Lay the basis to May for a furious War at sea. I the Outlook to led even worse for a Neutral countries already gravely setting Sun causes fire kit i wreck late monday a or. And mrs. John Cross and miss Many workers Ella Bock sister of mrs. Cross now of Brazil but who formerly resided in Greencastle. Were in an automobile Accident at the intersection of i the National Road and state Road 43 South of Greencastle monday even a ing. Which was nearly a serious of i fair for them. They were a com pained by miss Anna Mccarel and mrs. Ahlemeyer of Brazil. Or. Cross driving North in his Ford stopped at the crossing to Check traffic but his vision West was affected by a big red Sun which top 1 pod the horizon. He did not see a 1 car driven by g. Coupe. Of Indianapolis. Coming from the West. The cast i bound car crashed into the Cross Ford turning it to the Oast and dam aging it. Or. Cross was Able to drive the car Home however. Or. A Lupe a car was More seriously damaged although it did not turn Over. Choir is heard Greencastle High school students and teachers enjoyed a genuine music treat when the a capelin choir under the direction of Gene penning on. Gave a full convocation program. The s was the first pubic appearance of the choir this year. The numbers were not Only Well rendered but were delightfully balanced with some of the More popu a and lighter variety. The program consisted of the of lowing numbers Jesu priceless a treasure. Bach dear land of Home. S Belius Gwine to study War no More. Spiritual requiem. Steven i son. Bantock Little David spiritual a my love Dwe t in a Northern land Maracaibo. Venezuela. Nov. 15. Elgar it s me. O lord Arr by Cain Lupe divers searched in the oily the lord s prayer Forsyth. Kraft the handsome Soldier Arr. By Row. Man it were it rapped in fraile i Ima an Bridge Yan burned lending to Only escape Waters of Lake Maracaibo today for the bodies of the men. Women and children who perished when fire swept the Quot Stilt City of Lau Nollas an Oil town 40 Miles Southwest of Here. Estimates of the a Lead ranged from sensation a. Papers filed in x Isi i r i ending Al concerned Over their Commerce. Even state police from both highways As-1 500 to 1.000 and damage was Sot at Nobles 1lle without an intensification of sea War sem bled and assisted the unfortunate $1.240.000. It up Mattoi son. Former grand dragon of the Diana Kun flux klan who i life prison term for my another Bombshell into his Case today by filing a series of affidavits in there had Boon Only a hint Hamiltom circuit court charging that Britain would interfere with the former Khan Leader was convicted bound German cargoes the Sugges on forged and framed evidence. A tion was said to have been made first included in the affidavits was a by the British economic newspaper Noblesville ind nov 15 main 1<>a8< s Hud risk Quot hardly in to n the Divo a were reported to have a attorneys Foi d c Stephen i St ref day8 and last no him recovery i 28 bodies in the first Sweden and Germany suspended rib injury and mrs Fhle Moyer a n former Fra and Drain a of their it i search among the shared piles which n. Former Giand dragon or to in negotiations because of head Bruise. Others were slightly. Ihm re motor Ana Kun flux klan who is serving a a a a. A marked the site of the Over water an argument Over Germany s mining Huit. I Section of the town which a Ramr in life prison term for murder threw. ,. ,. ,. A cuon 01 i town a Man sprang up i to. N territorial Waters. 25 Veara Abo when fore san Conigan cd Racli students Mold Hijra Parade it to Den 1iihes of wounds and comrades give anti German demonstration statement sworn by Stephenson that he was not with Madge Oberholtzer in Hammond. Ind. On the night one was criminally assaulted and injuries inflicted which later caused her death. Instead the statement asserted. Stephenson was with the wife of n 1 prominent state official and saw miss Oberholtzer in a Hammond Street March 16. 1925 with Earl Gentry a _ ,., i the German cohort of his who was acquitted of charges similar to those on which the i financial news but Germany was Quick to seize upon it. K an Mogul was convicted. A a German Short wave wireless Tovo Adrast said such an act would affect neutrals first of All. Sin Quot a goods taken from Germany became the property of the purchaser on leaving the Reich and that Germany i d retaliate on ships bound from British ports to Neutral countries. Newspaper Duetscher also suggested that Germany could intercept British Coal Export s 28 bodies cd among the a ked the site of the town which sprang lip a 25 years ago when foreign compan ies principally american began to i take Oil from the surrounding Fjeld. I Rescue workers under the person i 1 i Jal direction of president Manuel Maldonado of the state of Zulia took v i of i. Nos a of Ian to physician so a Pallical a applies. Food open i \ it so men m a 1 an it to be stricken com Raun pity by ferryboat and launches. The fires started monday night 1-h Mem blahs recognized in co. Meet trophies and other honors awarded to meeting held to es1day evening meeting largely attended a i w to ii i w on recognition during pad summer were honoured at fleeting Chrysler sponsors work movement return to jobs i when a gasoline lamp exploded in a Prague. Nov. 15. Up two i Hundred czech students demonstrated near the Tomb of the unknown Soldier today shouting Quot for Freedom Quot German storm troopers Ami police dispersed them arresting 10. The demonstrations followed the death of a czech student who was injured in demonstrations on october 28th the anniversary of the founding of the now dissolved czechoslovak Republic. The body of the dead student Lay today at the Home of his parents he Saloon. It spread quickly burning a. 1 1 Quot was fatally wounded when police and Jar storm troopers broke up czech demonstrations on the anniversary the part of the Community on the a iat that time the demonstrators Shore cutting off the escape of .1000 inhabitants. A Short Bridge which connected the Over water Section of the town with Stephenson late in 1925 was con i to Scandinavia As a evicted of attacking miss oberholz Britain would have a precedent mayor Dies u reach. N. A. Nov. 15.�? f a Small town mayor was d fatally wounded As he stood Steps of his Home today and Nyguard was critically wound Swuat authorities believed was Termath of a police department fight. I Louis n. Edwards died at each Hospital at 10 40 a. A. B hour after he was wounded right Side. As attaches of Tench Hospital worked to save of detective James Walsh Ivor s bodyguard. Motorcycle t Malvin Dooley gave himself r questioning. Or. A statehouse stenographer and or s055211# German exports. She did inflicting injuries which later caused to my thing in the world Wai her death. Since his conviction he has a no Jil was Learned that the ministry made eleven sep i ale attempts to1 of economic warfare was watching gain his Freedom through the courts get Man exports closely now. Fully and two More appeals Are pending. Realizing that the shipments provided it was in connection with the pen Germany with much needed foreign ing appeals that the new affidavits Exchange. Were fied. Included were three in there were indications that the Large photographs purporting to British were not satisfied with the show that miss Oberholtzer s death effect the blockade and contraband bed signature on a statement accuse control was having on Germany ing Stephenson of attacking her was a there were too Many loopholes do tobit nov. 15 Iuit i the Chrysler corporation opened its plants today for a Back to work movement sponsored by the american Federal lion of labor Branch of the United aul nubile workers. President Homer Martin of the Law Al ordered Quot our people and the Quot stilts City of 500 huts pack All Chrysler workers to return to Ltd a into an area Little larger than a work at once and he asked the Cor City Block was built on piles conjuration to open its closed plants to nesting the Oil Wells in the Lake. 1 re live them. The corporation com its wooden Quot streets and the piles plied and a spokesman said any pm were soaked with Oil. Which floats in p could return to work a who a thick film on the surface of the water. The plants were closed october 6 flames Rose quickly from the Oil following a dispute Between the Cor covered Lake turning it into an in portion and the Cui Gress of Indus demo. And wiped out tto a Littky Village inf in rat in the German protect a a a a two thousand inhabitants but the remaining 1.000 it was forced to close the plants by were dead or missing today. Sow Down strike which crippled survivors were receiving treat interesting exercises were head tuesday evening in connection with the 4-h club achievement program in the court House. The outstanding feature of the program were presentations by different persons connected with the 1-h club work in the county the recipients including Many members of the 4-11 clubs of the couty who had achieved outstanding rank in various lines of activity during the year. Tim Ruark. President was in charge i a the program. Other officers Are vice presidents. Betty Baker and Russell Grimes Secretary. Coleen Hunter publicity Olive Mac Dean and Willard Abbott song Leader. Mary Ann Newgent. Recreational Leader f. M. Alice. On the program in addition to the presentations was the chorus led by Miry Ann Newgent song by Jim Hutchins talk by the Rev. C. M Mij Clure and entertainment by Jim Nio Trimble. David l Grimes county agent Malo the presentation of medals to the winners at the recent county 4in the agricultural sweepstakes Home economics sweepstakes livestock judging Home economics judging and dress revue. Raph Spencer county 4-h agent presented honors in some additional classes. Among at that time the i wore Black in mourning for the Republic and. According to nazis shouted insults at the German police and storm troopers. Among the important presenta several persons were injured and ticks were Thorp of Lac leadership Many arrests were reported in con ,.up to a Kufler Grimes by the coun Keetion with the october 28th Deni a to for agent in the absence of on stations. Which occurred in the Wayne Branneman the achievement Center of Prague. A cup Juanita Mcclure by Marion foreign reports in Paris and Lon a soaps and the girls demonstration Don had said on several oco Sions that there was widespread sabotage trial organizations Branch of the quickly Union. The corporation charged that escaped. Cup from the kiwanis club. By Tho Rev. Mcclure the recipient being Chrystal Hendrych and the fair orate of Bohemia and Moravia the Quot 1 certificate from the kiwanis former czech state hut these reports also. Lacked substantiation Ami wore do a were made by Rua false. Through which Germany was getting Nied by Berlin. At one time the. Sep Grimes to the following adult production. The mom said the plants �?z1 it at nearby communities. A British in Nistra of information is Lender. Mis Forest kor Billy wore closed by a lock out of work proximately 100 children orphaned i a Rop Orl ult Relemon was Meg ure. Maty Lou Mesa Evelyn by the fire were cured for by author spa no among the czechs lint1 Heitz Sata approximately 60.000 men have a ties. The red Cross the rotary me Cluie. In it 1 it court notes Way company is. Waldo e. Replevin affidavit filed for a f venue from county. Spiegel it Al is. Lawrence Possession Etc. Defendant Ted. Finding by court for Plain Vith $50 damages. Mccammack. Jean Tiu u. I a a ,. Y i germans strongly denied it a Sutherlin Mary Lou Schott. Mrs the photographs wore sworn to by food minerals Timber and War Nta in Tom h Idle by the dispute which club an i the boy scouts aided in the entered in top pct. Branneman Robert a. Butler a former Indiana a talk from , Russia in Aii lotion to a the a Chrysler plants. I a up work Aroun 1�?Tkauhof squat re a who to Lily a. ,�?~1 a a oils Newspaperman who said that her a ii a y and the Balkans furthermore. Co ,.j the Briggs manufacturing president Eleazar Lopez Contreras Aig nature was false and fraudulent Quot the loss of seven merchant ships in company which makes bodies for a issued a decree Al Caracas ordering and an Quot overlay of Ink on a tracery Quot a three Days. In addition to an Annam Chrysler. The National labor re a three Days of National mourning and he said that on october 24 he was de destroyer and the brawler Crest Jens Beard Lia i polled All Chryer a government appropriated �285. Asked by Stephenson to investigate Well was not conductive to optimism. Emp Oyes on their Choice of unions 500 for Relief. All survivors were the Case and had since developed the a and Martin s Branch of the Auto ordered Cvack Attl immediately by photographs. I Berlin. Nov. 15. Lupi the of Stephenson refused to enlarge up Iclal German news Agency dub said on the statement that he was m today that monday s raid on the a id with the wife of a state Shetland Blanda by German bomb official but said that he would make a ing planes and the previous air at Quot an important statement Quot today. H a Tacka on Scapa flow and the Firth a workers get 11 v 1.673 votes. State authorities. Lagunilla which i a Mittl Quot i succeeded in forcing the students to move along the Quot Street to the opera House where then was another outburst of shouting. The cry of Quot Freedom a was heard repeatedly. Prague. Nov 15 up Walls Boxelder bugs infest Many Indiana Home this season Many Homes and grounds become infested with red comit Ionly known lagoons had been damaged several and fences in sections of the Cit y i times previously by fire. It is a tax free rent free Community. 1 i it mini in Uez i on re be two the government and the foreign Oil companies had built h Model town called Ojeda with paved Lay he saw her in Hammond Wuy. Gentry until april 1. 1025. Two weeks in. During the a past few Days Ater when Asa i Smith an Indian-1 Unk 26.000 tons of shipping por att. Ney. Attempted to collect a captured one prize ship. 1 streets Brick houses and a these insects a Njo a a a a in. Four Miles North of i Las. And had offered the Quot Stilt City refused to name the woman with of Forth were a Only a beginning Quot of whom he was with in Hammond. A or War in the air against Britain. A the former klan order said also the warning of More bombing at hat he had no know Edge of miss tacks on British territory followed a whereabouts from the Tut i la a no damage to household furnishings. With1 a command that one i it Man submit a Mif i i r if Thev i v in has but they Are so annoying that Many residents free u Ineys and p a be want to know How to control i them according to g. E. Lehker sex tension entomologist at Purdue uni one a varsity. M,.i during the summer the bugs feed of i Ngun Llla residents were em-.1 Sci bearing Loveil he them. Most of the Oil sen. Van Guys water a. A a Agull opposes Ini Ier t City Quot i 1 Iii Vnker life of Marion t0wn8hii is Given during Church Entenman i Berlin nov. 15 i up German submarine luring a the would move. But the preferred free-1 rent Homes and Ojeda has remained virtually without inhabitants. Oil company officials said the few Iii we int Ink him so a Atoil Oes on ice Oki on feature of the Cele of the one Hundredth Anni v of the founding of the Chris i Hurcil at Fillmore the Observ-5eginning last wee Kand con in i Hough this week is the it which is being Given in a of portrayals of epochs in the f the Community and of the 1 the first of these chapters first one pertaining to the s of the township and town Quot pared by mrs. Emily Herod Story is us follows in part t ors of Putnam county Marion county township a ally Young married peo Quot it i a ast persons with Young a id such As were still ill the their Machocki. This made it Lon physically a go Oil one. 1 a i i it by and vigorous people ,0 y found anywhere Ani the a i p of society and of the coun filing them to severe out it be augmented greatly a a and length of Days k no Back it is hard for us to that our forefathers Coll d be few Days Lias sunk 26.000 tons of on female of Trees and it is for this reason Iphy Are called Boxelder bugs. When and always has been in the heart of Nan a restless desire to penetrate he new countries and no danger no hardships have Ever been Formida e enough to deter the Young Hady and venturesome Emigrant who sets a it it for the land of Promise. The Early settlers found Monon township very dense with Fine or a str. Of Poplar White red. Bur Cak Walnut hard Maple gum and Szyca a to e this part was inhabited by the haughty Miami indians. The settlers seemed to ask peace Wlton the indians it once and had them As friends. I was not a e to find any records it f trouble with hem the first settler in Marion township was Reuben a an. Who first car to the county in 1818 and prospected. He then in turned to Kentucky. Whence he came Aga n to Putnam county in 1820. He entered land in the extreme Northern part of i Marion township in 1822 in oct Ibi r of 1824 or. Ragan built a needs shipping Ami has captured one prize ship Tho German army Lii Glt command announced today. The communique gave no details. Two other casualties announced in the communique had Iren announced by the British admiralty yesterday loss of a British destroyer which Boxelder a played by them. Most of workers live in company Camps. Iligir growth is completed in tile fall they leave the Trees in search of a place to hibernate frequently entering Homes and other buildings they Are most Active in the fall and again during the warm Playa of Early struck a German mine and sinking of Spring the British freighter Matra 8.600 tons after an explosion. A except for minor local artillery activity there were no particular developments on the Western the communique said. A the British admiralty announced loss of one destroyer which struck a German mine. The British freight i Matra 8,600 tons was destroyed by an explosion. One of our a boats during the past few Days sunk 26 009 tons of shipping and captured one prize song recital in his Junior song recital tuesday evening. Fred Wessel. Depauw music school baritone showed Good diction log House. This House still sennas on the farm of o a. Pay having pc Jand an snug uni Power to sustain a used As a Dwe Ling 115 years Tiow cont Tuou soft tone in simple Mel-1,1 to leave Corrior table Homes Evel. The former budding has Chen Odies this Quality was specially a Tucky Tennessee North car plastered and enlarged. Like All Par int a has so Nging of Schubert s and elsewhere knowing the that but Ders achievements. To was a twi Enloe 1� and Brahms a to wuss ions that awaited them in a a a a n pored Region. But there la heavy infestation of the bugs can usually be traced to the presence of Boxelder Trees in the immediate Vicinity. Although they May travel a bks a or More during their fall migrations. The problem can be solved permanently by cutting Down the seed bearing Boxelder responsible for the trouble. Anyone who wishes to Plant Boxelder Trees should be certain that the cuttings have been propagated from Staminate Orn no seed bearing Trees. 20 years ago in parking flirt in scheduled tonight nil mayor Ives has called meeting of business men for seven o clock mayor Vav. I. James has called a meeting to be held in the City building it 7 o clock this evening or the purpose of hearing exp a nations of the parking regulations now being put into effect along the route of state Road 45 in Greencastle. Partly Washington. Nov. 15. Up sen. Frederick Van Guys. I. Ind who helped defeat the new deals supreme court reorganization Hill announced today that he would oppose a third term candidacy and called an president Roosevelt to make his 1940 intentions known Guys was marked for the Soltz purge by which offending conservative democrats were to have been rut Down in the party Primar i ies. But that plan Mia Fred in Indi Ana before primary Day. Mis statement against a third term followed closely on the latest of or a Roosevelt s refusals to reveal his p ans. Merwin h. Browne of the Buffalo n. A evening news asked him at yesterdays press conference whether vice president John n gamer s presidential Campaign had i Luda s discuss pc Oriti Quot House r no it tion to Lien except to it la in architect and i Ilder the House Board committee of the House association of Kappa Alpha in Heta met recently and discussed Tho feasibility a it of restoring their present Home on College Street. The committee under the chairmanship of mis. Harold Sutherlin of i Indianapolis decided to Call an a Ehl tract and builder in to look Over the situation and see what can he done towards restoring the present House. If this is not possible there i May be no action taken. J there will be another meeting of i tin committee after the architect and builder have go a or Over the pres int possibilities before any further action is taken. A no Sii oot sinday ulary in the Down town business changed his plans oct Iii. All business and professional the president chuckled and Adels Man of Tho City who Are interested de Browne not to be Subtle he re n the matter of parking in the Down town area either of their own cars Tho weekly shoot being sponsored by the Putnam county conservation i us Schedu de for sunday will not u held it was announced today. Those w Ekly Al fairs i i be res uni i later in the season it is believed. 9s�lcc�si�����i a today s weather a a and 0 b local temperature a Well done. Or. Ragan planted the Doch a a 11 mini my three or those of customers and clients Are invited to attend the meeting As Well All others who Are interested i. The gathering is to be addressed c. C. Huestis waa appointed a the mayor announces by two traffic member of the Board of trustees of men from the office of the Indiana the penal farm by governor Good state Highway commission Rich men who Are interested in a Solu Robert e. Black visited in Terre lion of the parking problems Down haute. I town Are urged by the mayor to at the president certainly knows by Ralph Browning resigned As clerk tend the meeting and express their this time what he intends to do. And in the Bailey grocery. Sentiments. He ought not be secretive about vented nothing of his own intentions fair tonight anti thursday slight Somo of his associates however in-1 in warmer tonight continued mild Sist that he has indicated he would temperature thursday not tie a candidate although without asserting he would refuse a proffered nomination. Quot it is incumbent upon the president to make his intentions known Quot Van Guys told questioners Here. A i see no reason for so much mystery concerning the third term question minimum. 35 0 a. M. 35 7 a. M. I 8 a. M. 40 9 a. M. 44 10 a. M. 51 11 n. M. 55 12 noon. 59 1 p. M. 60 2 p. M. 60

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