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Greencastle Daily Banner (Newspaper) - October 7, 1939, Greencastle, IndianaThe weather Euk and mild h. The daily Banner All the Home news 4 lated i Hess Sekva e a amp a a it Waves for ally a forty seven keen Oast i be Indiana. Saturday october 7, 1939 not i. 306 by in Ardue \ a to first for husking 1111,11 school Agiu Cul vocational husks. Contest Friday at Frank Piavis farm j evil a i it of Green township third but Hill More height than others i first High school agricultural anal husking contest staged in county was held Friday Jon at the Frank Davis farm 10f Roachdale with thirteen schools from the tenth District j comprises Putnam Montgom Larke and part of Boone county a part. L Akers chairman of the Agri a committee of the Roachdale j club aided materially in the it by furnishing wagons and l while the fail Bureau sup the motive Power in the form i Tois Ami two teams of horses. Forum speaker or. C. S. Ell new head of is permanent president of new England Depalo a alumni association from stain ton Indiana men a of Iii l i it i i Kappa daughter is graduate of Depauw i diversity or. George b. Manli Art or. Manhart will be Sjma Aker sunday presbyterian it i in ii meets at 10 of clock second of series or. George b. Manhart professor of european history of Depauw uni iry Perdue of new Richmond j varsity. Will speak on sunday morn Kwh Man in the contest his net j ing at 10 00 at the presbyterian it being 506 pounds. Donald of Green township who was 1 placed third had More weight any other contestant but he lore Corn left in the Field and husks. The penalties applied to finally put him in third contestants and the place in l they finished were As follows Kiry Perdue new Richmond 5 lbs. Whight thrown 590.325 Church forum. This is the second of series of 30 sunday morning discussions on popular subjects to be presented by authorities. This is one of the most outstanding series of programs that has been presented for Greencastle residents. Or. Manhart will speak on the changes taking place in Europe today As affecting christianity in the j various countries. His talk will not Only be informative but will prepare the listener for the future programs to be on conditions in Russia Germany and England to be Given on successive sundays. The program commences at 9 45 each sunday at the presbyterian Church auditorium. The speaker Long new Market. 451.5 lbs. Starts at 10 00. And his talk is follow Shera Jamestown 438.6, de by discussion and questions. A Hearty invitation is extended to a old Gray. Waveland. 419.64 lbs. Everyone to attend these programs Ceph Hammond Reelsville 407 Junald evens Green township a lbs. A canine new Ross 541.605 lbs. Bald Knauer Greencastle. 539.82 Denny. Advance. 519 lbs. Smith Zionsville 352.82 lbs. In i is ii id f Al la thur Dye Jefferson township Quot a i i i it i a \ 15st 4tt Irold Fulwider Wingate 262.05 Boston. Mass. Oct 7 or. Carl Stephins Ell a native of Sta unto i i Indiana and permanent i Quot Trident of the new England alumni association has been cd acted pres ident of northeastern , it j was announced Here today by Rooert i g. Dodge chairman of to Board it t a to a fees. Or. Ell. At present a a president in charge of the Day division at northeastern will assume his new office on june 30. 1940. He succeeds or. Frank Palmer Speart North Eastern s president for the past 12 years whose resignation will Taky effect at that time. The new president Lias been a member of the Northeast in faculty i i ii a since 1909, when he was graduated i Nikii Hiick i 0 of from Depauw . He has been in Complete Charger the Day division since 1917, when Northeast i can was reorganized. I under or. Ellis direction North Eastern s single Day a Cohen a of engineering has grown from a student body of eight to its present annual enrolment of approximately 2200. He also has added the Day colleges of business adm Nistra. A and Liberal arts so northeastern a Day on loll ment totals approximately 3500. Or. Ell is a fellow of the Amert a can association for the advancement1 of science an Assoc a member of i the american society of civil a a disclosed governor Chandler who pincers and a licensed professional 0lly Nanc years ago assumed his Engineer in new York Maine Ami a first pubic office As a state senator Connecticut although he docs no submit his resignation make a More Active Woik in the . Public statement and with Johnson s he is also a member of the ii appointment in his 1"k kit Board a can society of mechanical Enginc-i., Trajn for Washington to take the late the Boston society of civil m Logan s scat ears the engineering societies of1 will Mke proposals if for aids Luther willing to make spell k offer tii mediation of president is Cross desirability freely Ian Uii Ith Foci \ All for ii immediate armistice would la first move sweeping the sea nails Plant mines in the North sea and the British take them up. Here Are British mine sweepers in Quot sweeping formation Quot As they Clear an area of the deadly explosives. After operation area is marked by buoys to indicate it is free of mines. Appointed monday will resign As governor to become United states senator Fly club pledges eleven new men Frankfort by oct. 7 Albert Chandler s career Wil Rass another Milestone monday when he resigns As governor to be appointed to the United states Senate by his successor lieutenant governor keen Johnson. On that Day a High official source alienate Italy Winner husked 660.5 pounds org his 40 minute period but was a lived enough to make his net a 596 lbs. H. Coughell of Reelsville was Man of the committee having i contest in charge and it proved Fly successful As Well As it dem rated that the Modem farm p is a Good Corn Husker. Scorn and derision were heaped i Pon fuehrer s Reich Stag speech London oct. 7.�? up Adolf hitlers a final peace offers not Only i new England the Haj Vaid teach Erst association the Massachusetts i schoolmasters club the new eng-1 land association of cob Ges and secondary schools and the Mas a Chusett civic league. Aside from his Edu Rudonal and professional affiliation or. Ell is vice president Anil a trustee of the new England deaconess Hospit a of tuition filed in court Friday pit of late Jacob crop poke not satisfied with settlement dissatisfaction held by some 1 heirs of the late Jacob Crous i Ith the settlement of his estate. Irh w i the cause of an extended i in the Putnam court last term 1 it a which a finding was entered the court at that time is the of ground for a petition filed in faces rejection by tile Allied Powers trustee of the Newtonville meth but it May Widen an apparent Gap dist Church and a Man Het of Pii Between Germany and Italy it was Delta Kappa Della up Ilan. Univer understood today. Sity club of Boston Boston chamber scorn and derision were heaped of Commerce and Caitlin club of a upon the nazi fuehrer s Reich Stag j Newtonville. Speech in quarters representative of his daughter. Dorothy Ell is a British National opinion. But no j graduate of Depauw. Body Here taking the government and the people As a whole had had the slightest idea that the speech would be acceptable. More important it was understood that Hitler made his a a peace offer against the Strong advice of Premier Benito Mussolini and that Joachim it i wire Essed he Hai leaves cancelled due to sabotage the 41-Yeu-old governor busied himself in has office today a Ciuti scores of visitors making numerous last minute appointments and cleaning out his desk and files. In High Honor Chandler remarked he would carry an umbrella when he introduces Barkley. A a that a appeasement for he chuckled. Barkley was opposed by Chandler for Reno in nation last year in a spirited Campaign. For Johnson too. Err. A will be a red letter Day. For he will have the unusual experience of becoming gov a error two months before he hoped he would. If elected nov. 7, he will be the first Kentucky governor to succeed himself in 36 years. Because Logan died less than 90 Days before a Glt Oral election Chandler will serve until the 1940 election. The local chapter of the his club at it meeting at the High school on thursday evening passed on the names of eleven new men for membership into the organization. The present club is composed of thirteen members and at the meeting they agreed to accept eleven new members. These men were pledged and will be initiated on thursday evening at the High school. The men now solving As pledges Are Bob Bills. Harold Quebbeman Felix Cook Charles Conklin Dean Chapman Boh Agnew John Bamberger Bill Mosely John James Wallace Martin and Frank Huestis. At the meeting thursday the club also decided to elect an advisory committee in addition to the sponsors. This committee is made up of or. Boston or. Davis and or. Knebel. The sponsors arc or. Elson and or. Ross solution appears to sower Ipoh Lam Berlin oct. 7. Up Adolf Hitler is willing to make peace pro i Post is in specific form if president i Roosevelt will mediate Between Ger a Many and the Allied nations Influent tial and responsible nazi sources said today. I the a a desirability of mediation by the president on the terms Laid i Down by Hitler in his Reich Stag speech yesterday was freely discus i sed is leading nazi circles. A Call for an immediate armistice i would la the first move in any peace 1 program is they saw it. With an International conference to follow. A nazis said Germany would accept the pres ent status in Europe and to i ask for herself Only the return of the j colonies taken from her As the result of the world War. They said also that Germany would agree to immediate drastic re prolonged Case comes to an and meeting it by mayor James attended a nearly 25 persons the meeting called by mayor w. D. James to be held in the City Council chamber last evening to consider the court House sewer matter was attended by approximately 25 interested persons and out of its discussions it appears a solution of the problem which recently has been confronting a number of property owners in the a Northwest part of this june j in has Rel Costa City was reached. The perfection of the solution however lies with the members of the Board of commissioners of Putnam county. These county commissioners will be asked not to sell the spa Nash nationalist Leader would be one acre tract of land in bakery suction of armaments to be effected by All Powers. Despite the almost decisive rejection of hitlers a a peace speech in. London and Paris. Author Tatum quarters. Nazi informants in position to know the attitude of the government. Professed to believe that gnat Britain and France would not a remain cold to mediator offers. Coupled with the suggestion that it would i Nice if president Roosevelt cooperated with Hitler in arranging peace on nazi terms us out speech the nazis hinted that if the president failed to take advantage of his Opportunity. A a peace move by Benito Mussolini in collaboration with Pope Pius and Gen. Francisco Franco peace move really was a imminent a the nazis hinted but the president would have time to act if he did to quickly and would really be Best qualified As head of a leading Neutral nation far removed from Europe. Enter judgment awarding compensation in condemnation Case i von Ribbentrop. German foreign minister had brusquely brushed aside a program offered by count Galeazzo Ciano italian foreign minister in the name of his father to Law. Mussolini. Well informed embassy quarters taken necessary in be cd actions a Quot plaintiffs in this suit Are Robert Fred Philip and Dep Nell Crousore nine Belt Mabel r and Maude Woods. Theodore a Wley As administrator of the Crousore estate is named and Pendant. Complaint claims that there 5 considerable property real and Sonal in the estate which was sold or was not sold to the Best h Wantage whereby it is claimed so heirs did not receive As much Ilia distribution As they should. Turc fit court notes Fillmore state Bank court Friday afternoon asking reported that when Ciano went to the final settlement of the es-1 Berlin oct. 1 of the invitation of the to set aside. The suit is filed i German government lit was reported i Hodson. Lucas amp Hollis of Koko also that Mussolini was invited first and declined to go he conveyed to Ribbentrop and Hitler a conciliatory peace plan which Mussolini had worked out providing among other things for the re creation of an Independent polish state of restricted size its integrity to be guaranteed by All the great Powers of Europe instead of by Germany and Russia alone. 20 years ago in Greencastle among members of the w it. C who went to Danville for the District mrs. Lincoln Snider and mrs. Walter j. Ashton. The Veronica club met with mrs. Otis Gardner. Harry Hawkins purchased the Cloverdale garage. Roy Herbert was to operate it for or. Hawkins. L. R. Eckhardt was assigned to the Fillmore and Bainbridge charges by the Northwest Indiana Confer once. Ernest f. Miller it Al condom from it Rastle Milligan Young land the defendants Miller and family of Greencastle spent Tholon that their objections to sunday with Elmer w Atson and it c. Appraisers report be dismissed Jacob Hirt or. Was confined to a the court sustained the motion his Home by sickness. San Pedro Cal a oct. 7 up All leaves of sailors aboard the battleship u. S. S. Arizona were cancelled today reported because of evidence of a sabotage plot aboard the warship. Naval authorities declined to make any comment on a report that an Effort had been planned to damage the big dreadnought. The spokesman for Admiral c Bloch commander in chief of the u. S. Fleet refused also to coins font on a report that a casualty occurred aboard the ship in connection with such a plot. Orders cancelling leaves aboard the Arizona also brought All Shore going members of her Crew Back aboard the ship. After a week of target practice in the Navy s Drill Waters off san Clemente Island the Arizona had returned to the Fleet Anchorage san Pedro yesterday express belief Fyk May mediate Pittman believes president May offer services for Al rope a 1>ea e in is. Herbert a son. I filed nov. 17, 1933 Dis meeting were a Quot a i same plaintiff is. Claude Quot a and Robert Lawson Dis be i at Costa of plaintiff. I -1 to re insurance company of Quot for i Conn is Carl and Emma j Kashire dismissed at plaintiff s 1 1,1 a e. Masten is. Philander of a. Dismissed. Quot by vacuum Oil company inc., f Washington oct. 7 up chairman key Pittman a. Nev., of the Senate foreign relations committee expressed belief today tha. President Roosevelt would again offer his services for peace in Europe but would delay until a a spirit of adjustment Quot is apparent. Pittman leading the one of the most prolonged anti expensive condemnation Casen which has been tried in the Putnam circuit court in recent years that of the state of Indiana is. Juanita. Bly. Ernest Bly and the Home owner s loan corporation of Plainfield came to an end apparently in the Putnam court Friday afternoon when the court entered a judgement award ing compensation totalling $2.000. The word a a apparently is used for the reason that the Case seemed t it have died once before but came to life again and had enough strength to fight vigorously through another bout in court. The Case was heard twice by juries. The first time the Case being taken from the jury before completion temporarily dropped after a to Day hearing but on its second appearance before the jury the Latte was engaged five Days or so and then disagreed. The suit arose from the appropriation of a strip of ground along that Side of a residence lot in Plainfield. Essayed. Woods North of the big tour Railroad the italian Vatican Sparish depot but to retain ownership and permit the cleaning of the Cess Pool into which the court House sewer empties and its continued use by the fifteen or More property owners who Are now using it. The Sale of the Small tract on which the Cess Pool is located has been advertised for october 28. But the commissioners according to the plan formulated at the meeting of property owners Friday night will be brought together before that Date to hear the plan adopted at the Fri Day night meeting. At that called meeting of the county commissioners a committee of interested property owners will pre sent lir plan in a ask the co opera a a s. Worrell 87. Retire Farmer Tion of the commissioners. That tul a vet Crun of the u. S. Army committee Nahum at the meeting campaigns against the indians died Friday night consists of Paul Bosn Friday night at super intendant of the Grrencas-1 up Joek. He had been ill for the. Chi s. Worrell Friday is \ i i a of i s. Xxiv campaigns and died at cd a xxx foil Dix ton tie schools Robert Black. John trembly Joe Bamberger and Alva Early. If the Board of commissioners give their assent to the plan the Pool will i cleansed of its solids and lateral tile Drain out the fluid As it accumulate wag b Len july 1d lsr>2 is. Into the adjoining soil. Supt. Virgin a it be son of James and us Boston was placed on the committee ,.m Loyd we arcu he wa3 in Arvd because of the present use a cleansed of its Sims Ana in Terai a,.tlon a a l4,t la a turns will be established to a past six months with a complication of diseases. Or. Worrell was a member of the United states army from 1878 until 1883, during which time he saw us Lii liar is in Western of the court House sewer by the first Ward school building. The court House itself however is not now attached to the sewer in question which was built originally to carry sewage needed so the state Highway c �w"3t���t�?T 8cwer a i primitive Baptist chum commission claimed for the Widen adm Nistra of a state Road extending North was Many years ago to Louisa Fields who Quot death occurred in 1914. He married a second Tiro a to mar e. Stringer who died nov. 3, 1029. A or. Worrell was a member of the Lodge no. 602 methodist c Iii in h conference monday the first quarterly conference of go Hin memorial methodist Church for the new year will be held monday evening at 7 00 o clock. Holds of the various departments of the Church will present written reports. Or. J. E. Porter superintendent of the Greencastle District will preside. The High school and intermediate Epworth leagues of Goblin memorial methodist Church held their annual hayride and Wiener roast last night. Don s fight to repeal the arms embargo gave his views to the United press while the Senate began a week end recess of its debate an neutrality. Quot there is no doubt that the people of this country would Welcome peace in Europe and that they have approved in the past the president s efforts in such behalf and would approve future efforts for peace by the president Quot he said. Quot they must realize however that no such efforts would be effective unless welcomed by both sides to he controversy. Until the spirit or adjustment Between the warring parties is definitely manifested it probably would be considered by one or both parties engaged in War As an impudent interference in an existing War if not uncalled for intervention. A such matters Are governed by the rules of diplomacy and International Friendship and the president is Best Able to determine when con there were 232 Young people in at-1 Dillons Are such As to justify him in Tendance. Offering his services for peace. In that town from the National roat. Judge Jacob b. Lindsey appear for the state s attorney general with John h. James a id Hughes and Hughes. Isieah attorneys for the defendants were Matt j. Murphy and Roy c. Sutherlin according to the notation on the docket. In the finding As enter 1 upon the docket the h. O. L. C. Receives $1500, of which $100 is to be paid their attorney. Roy c. Sutherlin. Mrs. By receives $300. All of which is to be distributed amount the four attorneys who represented her. Mrs. Bly receives nothing for herself. Four drs rovers. Cutter near Shi it n Xxxi. I tiior1ties declined to Mike a x it comment on report Washington. Out. 7 top four u. S. Navy destroyers and a coast guard Cutter neared the s. S. Iroquois in the North Atlantic today ready to accompany her Home in to e face of a German assertion the Cleat Britain intends to sink the and of Roachdale f. Amp a. M. Survivors include a daughter mrs. Otto Stewart of near Roachdale three grandchildren one great grand child and a brother e. D. Worrell. Of i Lebanon. Funeral services will be held at 2 30 of clock sunday afternoon from the Chastain funeral Home in Kraeh Dale with burial in the Ruc Hdale cemetery. Rev. Hancock of Orleans will be in charge. A military service will be Given at the grave. American owned vessel before it legion notice ,.eaches a s. Port the firing squad of the american rapt a chill a. Master of tin legion is asked to report at the be i Roque is hires a the nor item Gion Home sunday afternoon at one of clock to go to Roachdale to attend the military funeral of Levi s. Worrell. The Putnam county tuberculosis association will meet at 12 of clock commission that he had taken necessary precautions to protect the vessel. And that a thorough search disclosed no explosives aboard the ship. Officials kept the Iroquois position secret but it was believed the destroyers would reach the Shin $ 0 a 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 generally fair saturday and sunday. With mild Kenipe future. Tuesday. October 10. At the College Omet me loi1ay the Iro Quola left 1 Connll Nucal on i nge two minimum 6 a. In. 7 a. 8 a. M. 9 a. M. 40 a. M. 56 60 65 70 73 76 11a. A. 76
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