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Greencastle Daily Banner (Newspaper) - November 20, 1939, Greencastle, IndianaA a a the. Weather uni do and cooler 0 ,.1 me forty eight vh1nnial of Church closed Sun. Moke membership in vk1, \ splendid week Iii King Observance the daily Banner go 4 All the Home news United press service 4 it ii la Day meeting session of Centennial week a a a red sunday with splendid attendance Fillmore pastor it Waves for All a . Indiana monday november to 1931. No. _�?~9 tended Celebration of the i anniversary of the of the Christian Church of i reached its culmination May with an a a Day program. Audiences filled the auditor by handsome Structure which i present Day Home of this old relation whose first Home was building. The Forenoon services the regular Sabbath program. I fee noon was marked by the Tings from Butler University d by the president of the uni a in. Daniel s. Robinson to a Indiana state University a Reading of the history of the Ich. By Oia a. Day one of its i tial officers and most import of All. By the baptism of some Ion i is to the Faith the visible i of the two weeks special Sci which have been conducted by i. The Rev. James i. Shock the auditorium was brightened Raviv Flowers and plants the evening Serif cd. The address delivered by the Rev. Frank a pastor of the first Christian vhf of South Bend who was Pas of the Fillmore Christian Church a time the present House of Wor was erected. This present Church was dedicated november 2 i Christmas opening to be held nov. 2 Kkt Asili m h k i ii a n i s will sponsor great pageant in afternoon window display on dec1. 0 citizen Are invited to inst a Ert windows to guess on values and in eligible for prizes to in offered Rev. James i. Shockley nodding most r causes \ riot Kaiser Wilhelm near when Cyclone struck Doorn Netherlands. Nov. 20 up former Kaiser Wilhelm i of Germany had a narrow escape i from death yesterday when a Cyclone passed within 50 feet of him As he walked in his private Park. It Tore Lown three Beech Trees each at least three be t thick it was disclosed today. It happened at 10 30 yesterday morning. Parts of the times went High in the air anti were hurled Down burying themselves deep in the Earth two of the three trunks were broken into three parts. The former Kaiser returned to his House High y alarmed and said prayers of thanksgiving. Later in the Day. On learning of the Simon Bolivar disaster he telegraphed condolences to Queen Wilhelmina marriage is Day of Joe do Manguia and miss Arnold a big affair Christmas opening in Greencastle will he held wednesday. November 29th. At this time the Holiday Street j decorations of Laurel and coloured lights for the court House and streets i will be up. On this Date the chamber of com Pierce is sponsoring a Christmas j pageant which will be great interest j to All the children of the county. I _ then on wednesday december 6t�?~i j a if it la the merchants will have special win j Dow displays of Christmas Merchan re til a Iii Ltd Diso. And during the evening every t olt Quot 11 a Jill Lxi one is invited to visit the different stores and guess on the value of merchandise in each window at retail a prize in merchandise Dickerson to protect autoworkers attempts to Settle irys leu strike on i in 1 in in meetings today War industries to be Given preference is a 1 e id take says any men mho desire to return to w Ork will he Given full Protection lev state forces once. San Francisco nov. -0 up i Given each store participating. Joseph Paul Dimaggio sat in the and a Cash Punzi. We by gluon t y Sacristy biting his Finger nails. H Ltd merchants division of the Cham Bride to be. Dorothy Arnoldine Olson Ber of Commerce for the nearest tot White As a Sheet battled a crowd if Al Correct guess on Mere hand Lis Val St a ply for 1939 is Large to bring it to limit for quotas 10.000 persons trying to enter the be displayed in All store window Church. Perspiring policemen most. The a a spirit of Christmas pageant of whom answered to hibernian that vol la be in Greencastle on wed names fought off half the italian mesday afternoon at two o clock hu3. Population of North Beach. In the forty one diff erect units forming welter of pop eyed baseball fans and 1 Parade that will last Between one r Well wishers. Dimaggio Quot or. Big of and two hours. This pageant is Dif _ .v.1 of the interesting features of Day was the display upon the i of photographs having a Cloie action with the development of a Church. Five generations of the family were show Ambrose Joanna Moss Day. Grandparents Quot int dad father Mary r. Raines oldest daughter Harvey a. Her oldest daughter Melba is his oldest daughter and Bob Owens Melba Owens oldest her this Vincent Day was the or of Oia a. Day and his Broth now of the same Community. Jmj Thor set of pictures showed i Aid Hazlett his daughter Coleman her daughter Cora Ich and the latter a daughter n Knetzer and three of the Tzer children. E history of the congregation Church physical property As by Ora a. Day was listened to the deepest attention by the Afoon no relation. In it or. A it Rideu the following be first organization of the i i a congregation was known As it a c urch. The first religious ices of the congregation were at the Homes of Ambrose Day j Charles Knetzer in 1829 and 1830 Jfhn m. Harris. The Church was i at the Home of Ambrose in 1s.39. The first Chirch build. Was of logs erected in 1840. The s j u deeded by Ambrose Day an i a Anna Moss Day. His wife to the trustees of the Church who 1 in Smith Elias Smith and Lough by Leachman. Hired was written by Anderson Matt hews. Justice of the peace. Mav 24, 1845. The first elders v 1 in Ross Alexander Gorhamjr in Allen. The first minister John m. Harris. Others were is m. Matthews Gilbert Harvey. Chatterton James Blanken it Perry Blankenship Oliver p. Joseph Waters. Among the a Niini sters at Union Church were Kic a Wright. A. J. Frank and Thiam Runyan. Some of the charter Niteis were Ambrose Day and wife n of is and wife or. Standley and Zachariah Milton and wife a Coffman and wife George c. Tends Mother Harrison Bunten u8hby Leachman and wife John Allen and wife Erastus Day and a and Charles Smith and wife h Hurch Vas erected at Fillmore t54 this land was deeded by jul a Hagan and Jane Matthews his wife to the first trus-8 of the Church who were Benn Nicholson William Railsback. Card Hazlett John Wain and wet a c. Hopwood. The first elders Njamin Nichos son Alexander gorm an 1 Samuel Gifford. Other eld a Erving prior to 1910 were Logan 1 in. James Shoemaker Stanfield George c. Bunten Thomas j. On jr., William a. J. Arnold and d r. Sinclair. Deacons serving pfc this time were John a Gor Isaac m. Day Jerome Coleman Quot Quot in Lenuca of fuse for the new York Yankees was married Ferent from anything that has been yesterday to miss Olson known on a Greencastle before and is put on j the stage screen and radio As Dor j by the cd a pageant company a Othy Arnold. Anderson. This company now has Columbus Square Hadnot seen such three different Complete pageants an outpouring since the great Pete that Are showing in different towns de Paolo came to town. A temporary in Indiana. Illinois and Ohio during scaffolding fronting the Church of a november and december. Saints Peter and Paul was Black with there Are thirteen floats humanity and the policemen valian a number of walking characters using by strove to pull the human flies from from the local schools seventy five j and a boys and fourteen girls from Ages of eight to fourteen years. Freshmen in charge of mondays chape1. Their precarious Perch the Church seats 1200 persons. When All of the 10.000 sought to push through the doors father Francis j. Parolin who has known Joseph Paul since he was a boy in knee pants walked to the communion railing and i be freshman class committee had pleaded for order. Charge of freshman Chapel monday a i beseech you. Be Calm. Be still j morning and made Quot Short talks of i be quiet. I ask you in the name o a t he responsibilities of the class of the lord be quiet. You Are in the j 1943. House of a miss dolls Elliott of Wabash thrice the Good father was forced a chairman asked freshmen to partly a top Lead with his flock before sober Pate in activities to make a name faced Young Dimaggio flanked by j for the class and to find out their his brother Tom and the Ushers Sam own talents a class spirit is built on and Frank Marino and Frank Laroc i activities now instead of Ca met his Bride at the altar. J fights Ami class scraps Quot she said. With Complete disregard for Fath a a let a not lose our sheer Parolino a appeals men and women concluded. Alike cd am bored on the seats better a Arthur Lehner of Chicago an to a glimpse the Bride who Wius attend i he annual freshman sweated by her sister mrs. Irene Morris or dance scheduled for december it of Duluth and Joe a four Sisters and asked for class support Joe Nellie Marie Mamie and Frances. Weishar of Chicago explained that As the priest began my dear the class committee functioned Riem friends you Are about to enter into Socrat locally for the a Union a the elderly italian parents of Joe Dimaggio chocked Hack their help create a class spirit and a Angelo Rossi blew loud i tradition. Weishar announced n freshman open House for Deceron be 2. A referendum Iti which Burley tobacco farm Ere will vote on marketing quotas for the 1940 Burley crop will be held november 21. It has been announced by o. A. Day chairman of the Putnam county agricultural conservation committee. The size of the 1939 Burley tobacco crop apparently will bring supplies to a level proclamation of marketing quotas. Or. Day said that a the Secretary of agriculture is required to proclaim a National quota when the total Supply is above the Reserve Supply level. This level is fixed in the agricultural adjustment act of 19.38 it 5 percent above the Normal Supply which is 275 percent of a Normal years Domestic consumption and 165 percent of a Normal years in accordance with recent amendments in the marketing quota provision of the act the 1940 poundage will be converted into acreage allotments for apportionment a Mon individual farms. Each Fanner who stays within his acreage allotment j will be Able to Market the entire production of his allotment or. Day stated. Because of increased Burley stocks resulting from recent crops the 1940 acreage allotments will require downward adjustments from 1939 allotments the county chairman explained. These adjustments will be applicable to both Large and Small farms. The average adjustment from 1939 allotments will be about 10 percent for regular tobacco producing farms or. Day said Detroit. Nov. 20 up conferences resumed in the Chrysler production dispute today while in Lansing gov. Luren d. Dickinson promised Protection for All workers who wish to go Back to their jobs. A any Industry that wants to operate will have Protection and workmen who really want to work will be protected in trying to do so to the full extent of All the Power and authority of the state a Dickinson said. Dickinson a statement was made As officials of the company and of the United automobile works Cio resumed negotiations in Detroit with apparently Only the question of wage rates blocking settlement. Federal conciliator James f. Dewey indicated that the 46-Day-o�?Td dispute the j longest major labor fight in the automotive Industry might end soon. Dickinson a statement was signify i Washington. Nov. 20. Up president Roosevelt it was Learned today has assured the army and Navy of preferential tax treatment for manufacturers who intend to expand facilities which could be used to provide National defense needs. The internal Revenue Bureau j would be Able to Accord special tax action 1 treatment under its administrative authority it was said. New legislation would not be required. It was understood the concessions would be closing agreements Between manufacturers and the i eminent which would stipulate in Advance the rate at which Plant rep rec Patton and obsolescence would be computed. Unrestricted sea warfare is underway indiscriminate sinking of a ii a a Over week end leads to belief All lasses vre listed Seoul leaders meet tuesday College inn to be scene of meeting for committee members tomorrow members of the Putnam District boy scout committee will meet tuesday noon in the College inn for a Short planning session under the leadership of or. Will e. Edington. Members of the committee who i will attend this luncheon meeting include or. E. R. Bartlett. Or. H. M. Huckeriede professors e. R. Smith ter Rev c. A. Mcclure fran it Schoenman Ernest Collins. Sarn Hanna. Eugene Allan William Bis the least in View of the conflicting at. A a i j. M. Fun mor or. Glen Giddings Lee Titus a of the company and the Union i., it 1 i ter Jones Paul Boston Ward d on the dispute which begun october. A a. To it Mayhall liar Les Mccurry l i. Por 6. The company has contended a. 4 strike is in Progress. The Union has maintained the workers were locked out. Last week the rival Haw faction led by Homer Martin and affiliated with the american federation of labor instituted a Back to work move a a 0 a hamburger or. Kenneth Bennett mint but it was ineffective. Quot we have no Power to compel a Plant to take men Dickinson said. A we have no Power to compel the men to go Back to work. But we can follow the policy we did at Flint and in recent disputes at general motors pm rants in those two cities Dickinson ordered state police to the scene to maintain order. Hundreds missing in sinking of neuf Rul and Allied shipping by floating German mines London. Nov. 20 up the British Collier torchbearer went Down off the East coast today seventh ship to be sunk in the North sea since saturday by mines. Naval authorities believed the sinking signalled the beginning of Germany a j unrestricted sea warfare. I four of the torchbearer a screw of i 13 reached an unnamed English port i safely and the other nine were miss i ing. Arising the toll of dead or Misa my in two Days to More than 170. The torchbearer was of 1.267 tons i registered at Londot f built in 1929 and owned by the Gas Light and Coke company. The overseas navigation Trust company announced mean Hile that the Crew of 26 of the 637-ton Jugoslav freighter Carica Malica. Another of the victims had arrived safely at an English port. The possibility that the mines had been strewn across the shipping lanes accidentally by the week in 1 Gale was discounted Here. The British believed rather that g unan a boats had been having such a lean time raiding North sea shipping Attiat of William Stiles. Rex Thor tor a they had resorted to dumping mines indiscriminately. Survivors of some of the ships believed the mines were adrift in pairs chained together so that if ships Frank Mckeehan Russell Brown Rev h. C. Fellers John Cartwright. Professor h. E. H. Grcic Leaf j it a h. K liw Renee Sam Holbert Walter j. Baynard. And Robert Dean. Among the topics to be considered Are the next court of Honor the annual District meeting special co Anil scout activities and the near. Swimming Pool at Camp Krietenstein. Reservations have been made at the co lege inn and All members Are encouraged to attend. Unions attention is called to restrictions Washington. Nov. 20. Up assistant attorney general Thurman Arnold outlined today five labor practices in the building Industry Al or Jap affect struck the chains the mines hit them on both sides. Capt. C. Knudsen of the 11.1 of ton danish Steamer Canada sunk last week raised another theory testifying before a court Marine inquiry at Copenhagen. He believed the Canada had struck a magnetic mine. The greatest disaster by far was the sinking of tin dutch liner Simon Zollver saturday. The ships Agency Here estimated that 400 wore aboard. There were Only 250 survivors Listel so far. Thus 150 were missing women. Children even babies were in keeping with the service Given among the bedraggled survivors and motorists in past years the state also presumably among the dead. Highway commission will again a of thi 250 who Hiir vivid 170 were sue special reports when Ever Snow i crowded in the great Eastern hotel Issi i information on Snow and ice Negedly in restraint of Trade and Ca led on unions to help themselves by aiding his department s anti Trust inquiry. Driving condition is at London 49 were at Harwich 17 throughout the state t. A. Dicus i at Dover court and 14 at Colchester chairman Oftle commission said to British sources said All ships were Day. Benefit of the he urged fellow Fie Siimsen t tears. Mayor Angelo Rossi blew loudly into his handkerchief. Like a prize fight referee tolling off the seconds father Parolin asked a Joe Paul Dimaggio Wilt thou take this woman to be thy lawful wedded wife a Joe a answer was t audible but the gallery knew his answer. As Joe slipped the ring on Dorothy a Finger la null null in rip two a Iki Kos ident Uliks the program with a Muai Eai number by a trumpet Trio com posed of Leonard Johnson. Evans i Volle William Saul. Barrington Iii and Wilford Cowling. My. Carmel Iii. Miss Lillian Frances Kelso. 84, expired at 3 o clock saturday afternoon at the Home of her sister. Mrs. Charles Kline near Russellville. Death was due to coronary Oulu six a. Miss Kelso was born in Tassel county Illinois oct. 4, 1855, the daughter of William and Caroline Curry Kelso. She had made her Home the past eight years with mrs. Kline. She was a member of the Alerton Iowa presbyterian Church. Surviving besides the sister at whose Home she died. Is a brother. Joseph Kelso of los Angeles. Funeral services were held at the Chastain funeral Home in Roach talc monday morning at 11 of clock. A All. Is empty sheriff Lawrence Graham reports the Putnam county jail empty of prisoners today the first time it has been in that condition since it was opened for guests. The sheriff said the prisoners like the new jail a just some of them fuss about having to sleep Between sheets in to Una fire in t. H. Hotel Vekre haute. Ind. Nov. 20. Up fire of undetermined origin razed the St. Nicholas hotel Here Early today fatally burning two men. The victims trapped on upper floors of the three Story Structure were Warren Blair. 76. And j. W. Jewell. 60. Both of Terre haute. J. W. Mccarty Detroit mich., was i the Only person among 20 in the hotel who was injured. He suffered minor Burns. Firemen and Pat Brann. A Bellboy from a nearby hotel carried several persons from the smouldering Structure. The Justice report my nth a reasons for including labor unions in the antitrust inquiry was made in a letter to instructions for holding the Refe j the Indianapolis Central labor Union. Arnold a first formal exposition of \ ophoil0l, from subdistrict offices in any emergency and issued to newspapers immediately. Wendum have been approved which will permit county and Community committees to i Gin work at an Early Date on the preparation of registration lists of eligible voters. Any per son is eligible to vote As a Bona fide farm owner or operator tenant or sharecropper received a share of the proceeds of the 1939 Burley crop. M \ Al. It followed vigorous crib a Clem of Arnold by some american federation of labor officials after indictment of William Hutcheson of Indianapolis first vice president of the Al and head of the carpenters Union. Arnold asserted that Quot the antitrust Laws would not be used its an sunk by German mines. Indignation reports of local conditions Are tel-1 was reflected in this mornings newspapers. Thu daily mail said a babies of the Rohver orphaned by nazis. Hitler should stand by this child a bed showing an injured child a tie daily express a humanity owes nothing to the German leaders who sunk ships bearing in a Fantu in arms. When Germany is up a nazi plane crashed on Defeated these villains should be do n plane Radii Roerman i it Holland nov. 20 Crasher dutch soil today after being fired Al Strnod by the dutch anti aircraft guns but it wan Uncertain whether the plan was shot Down or crashed while try-1 i in Berlin. German newspapers us id just As emphatically that the Simon Bolivar struck a British mine Day Staiti i that As in previous ref-1 instrument to police strikes or my Eren dums balloting will be secret and Poling Pla a s will be designated in local communities. Three local persons will be in charge of Community polling places this weeks weather rain monday and again about thursday and saturday or saturday night. Temperature will average considerably above Normal although colder weather is indicated about tuesday night and again by Friday. Jud Cate labor controversies a and promised that labor practices Quot which can in justified even under the dissenting not controlling opinions of the supreme court a would not be subjected to criminal prosecutions. Game wardens Active during the past week Horace Goodwin died at Indianapolis Sim at word has been received Here by friends and relatives of the death of Horace f. Goodwin who died at his Home in Indianapolis saturday. He is the son of Horace and Sophia Goodwin. Other survivors include one daughter. Jane and one sister. Mrs. Marie brat funeral services will be held tuesday afternoon at 2 00 of clock from the Moore and Kirk Irvington mortuary. 5342 East Washington Street in Indianapolis. Or. And mrs. John Gough South Indiana Street Are the parents of a son bom at the in it Nan county Hoe vital saturday afternoon. 20 years ago in Okee Nastle notice me to take off their boots and. The regular Depauw University and so on but he is firm with faculty meeting scheduled for Vornen and after a while they like the 1 night it been postponed until the Dea Liness of the place. Evening of november 27 Jacob Kiefer was overcome by fumes from Hydrogen sulphate Gas at the Depauw chemistry Laboratory while endeavouring to place a Cork in the Container. His condition was critical for a time. Mrs. Mary Mathias left for Chicago to visit her son. Lee. And family. Harold Mcnary of Purdue. Spent the week end with Home folks. Or. R. H. Richards then of Thia City now of Patricksburg was promoted to major in the army medical corps. The East Section of the presbyter or. And mrs. W. M. Of Brien left Ian Church women met with mrs Otis sunday for Miami Fla to spend the Browning. Winter. Game wardens of this Vicinity were Active Over the week end bringing grief to four nimrods who were not cautious in their Hunting. Wardens Victor Walter of Putnam county and James Hughes of Clay county arrested Charles hats Indianapolis for Hunting without a License along the big four right of Way a mile West of Fillmore saturday. He was assessed a total of $19 in Justice of the peace Robert new gent s court in Greencastle. Warden Walter and the Morgan county Warden picked up Kenneth Brummit of Martinsville Rural route 6 for Hunting on sunday and Brummit paid $19 in the court of Squire Ira Bransom of Martinsville. Warden huges of Clay county and Wilbur Flickenger the latter of Parke county piled up a big score against Harry Brunner and or Puckett of Terre haute. They listed three offences killing squirrels out of season Hunting without License and Hunting on sunday. The Cost of ing to evade the dutch fire. Ii Mii to mint is Lause for w a Wierk an a a m Iii commission cites it As greatest danger for w a participation i authorities said the German Adimir ally made an immediate i Vestiga a Tion and ascertained there were no German mines where the Simon Bol Jivu went Down just off tin English i roast and that it was impossible tor i any Gentian mine to have drifted i there Warden bans toys Joliet Iii. Nov. 20 up via Dumi Joseph a. Ragan of the Illinois state Penitentiary noticed several toy machine gum and pistols today in a truck and of discarded playthings Hud brought to the try inmates and Washington. Nov. 20 up j warning that continued a employ a mint during a War Boom May Lead to involvement in the european War. The american youth commission Roc-1 4 m Charity workers Hail commended today that the federal.,. A. Prison to be repaired government inaugurate a special program of Public works for 4.000,0001 jobless youth. The commission a non gov error j mental organization of industrialists and educators headed by Owen d. J a a. A a Young said in a report that Quot not c a a a 93&s0s9o0 Quot they re out a a he said. Quot the boys Are Apt to get ideas with them inside the in a War Boom can Supply jobs a vitally needed for the nation s vast Reservoir of unemployed the we report urged the government to As Sist those who do not desire to continue school but who Are unable to find jobs in private Industry. A some such action is imperative a today a weather 0 and 0 0 local temperature 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 mostly c Oudy tonight and tuesday rain in extreme South rain s get it a Snow i Central and North portions for the National welfare a the report i tonight and possible in East portion said Quot because of the dangerous of j tuesday morning Little change n feet on american youth of prolonged and widespread unemployment plus the Strain of the present War the commission contended that the army of unemployed youth presents was $37.50 each in the court Squire Trout of Rockville. Of the one Days Outing for the two men an internal problem that a so threaten the nations neutrality. Quot the continued pressure of unemployment on youth in the midst of a War Boom will add to the danger of Drifting into Active participation in the War a the commission added. Temperature. Minimum 6 a. M. 7 a. M. 8 a. M. 9 a. In. 10 a. M. 11 a. M. 12 noon 1 p. M. 2 a. M. 35 36 36 36 37 37 37 38 38 38 i
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