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Greencastle Daily Banner (Newspaper) - October 11, 1939, Greencastle, IndianaThe weather vib and cooler 4. My forty seven the daily banners it Waves for ally Ltd a All the Home news United press service a a a Indiana wednesday october 11, 11 is Seal amid sign is being set Iron or College inn Sun noon Well at by workers in. W. Sponsor Sale i let chairmen also named ind Leathus Point to a successful Campaign program for the thirty third Nas Seal Sale was announced annual Seal Sale luncheon held College inn tuesday noon by team county tuberculosis As the following chairmen Luct the Sale in their town my a a Hay Clodfelter Clinton a secs Duncan Cloverdale mrs. Miller. Floyd mrs. O. A a a i Franklin mrs Alice hat Salt a Quot i it mrs Clark Jef mrs. Robert Dills Madison 5 Clark Marion mrs. Jes d. Monroe mrs. Julia Goff mrs. Raymond Scobey wares Glendon Rightsell Wash mrs. Paul Allen Gre incas Cal of Bonds in the City will a charge of the Greencastle Busan 1 Pri is signal women. M s. Ret Nelson will serve As chair tri Kappa will sponsor the Sale is in the City with mrs. A her Saith chairman assisted by Donovan Moffett. This is the consecutive year these two Izat ions have assisted the put county association in the Mas Seal Sale. The girl refill again conduct the Booth during the business meeting a of the District Christmas Seal ins it Ute held recently at the in hotel was Given by mrs. G. It Smith and mrs. Raymond delegates from the Putnam tub i Culosio association les r. Newcombe Seal Sale i for the National tuberculosis ration. New York was the Penni speaker at the Institute. Or a Abc said Quot tuberculosis is Reble each year for the death of Cima Tely 3.50� children under a or 15 years in the United each year tuberculosis claims yes of almost 40.000 Young peo-1 a tween the Ages of 15 and 45. The death rate from tuberculin been reduced from 209 per 30 in 1900 to 49 per 100,000 in i As Long a3 there is a single from is dread disease the i must go on. Tuberculosis is a disease if detected in the stages. The fight against to Losis is nation wide yet tubers a a Community problem and a for the people in each common of support measures that will t Cut for this annual Christmas Seal Sale principal source of funds to medical research health eds it a nursing service clinics san tuberculosis testing a Ray ams All of which help the med Quot f san in their Effort to wine tub i Culosio. This is Why the a tuberculosis associations in the p i stars Are now making Pla is this Campaign. To Friedman Public health a present at the luncheon gave a summary of her work in minty. To Date nursing have been organized in ships. These committees and by each township club g Quot no or two members to advisory capacity to the a a a a on i nut Tito local people attend John Wildman funeral a number of local persons attended the funeral services for John Wildman father of president Clyde e. Wildman. At Greensburg wednesday afternoon. The University and City was represented among others by Dean Louis h. Dirks. Or. Van Denman Thompson r. E. Brown or. Glenn w. Giddings prof. 11 t. Ross miss Veneta Hunter miss Rozelie Rutter miss Isabel Whitcomb Dean Helen h. Salzer miss Mildred dim Mick. Or. Henry b. Longden Russel Alexander or and mrs. Grafton Longden Russell Brown mrs. Kyle mrs. W. M. Blanchard. Prof. Jesse l. Riebsomer prof. Dade Shearer. The services were held at 2 o clock from the Howe funeral Home and burial was made in the Greensburg cemetery. Most of or. Wildmans life was spent in Decatur county although lie was a native of Union county. Prisoner changes plea is returned High school convocation held tuesday morning the students and teachers of the Greencastle High school were privileged to hear an unusually enjoyable program tuesday morning. Professor Herman Berg and professor ii. B. Rolling of the Depauw school of music played several love july selections. Professor Berg play-1 cd five number on the violin professor rolling accompanied him. I professor rolling also played two a use i i ii d not pleasing solos on the piano. Understand action sheriff re clock Al Lic Yoi tii Brough i Salt k for another trial boy a hanged his plan father ii ii boy to jail acting upon an order from judge professors talk on neutrality International relations club hears discussion by or. Jome or. Van Dyke am of the musical selections were received by the audit Neo. Rimsky Korsakoff s a flight of the Bumble been was particularly William Sutherlin sheriff Law Well liked. Once Graham went to Pendleton. The student body and faculty Are his morning to return Raymond fortunate in deed to be in a , t. Cloverdale to the Putnam sly town where ther Are such opportunities As this to hear Good music Well played. K. Meeting 1 state interest or. Hiram l. Jome professor of economics and or. Vernon Van Dyke professor of political science engaged in an informal yet scholarly discussion of american neutrality at a meeting of the Depauw University International relations club tuesday night. The meeting was not in the nature of a debate since both or. Jome and or. Van Dyke were in essential agreement that the proposed title and carry Law. With provisions to keep american citizens off belligerent ships and american ships off belligerent seas is probably the most effective Way to keep America out of j the War. Or. Van Dyke explained a that under this Law belligerents would have to obtain title to All goods before they leave american shores thus protecting american manufacturers and merchants from any loss at sea. Or. Jome added that England and France could pay with the billions of dollars in Cash and stocks they already have in this country. The speakers were also agreed that the possible extremes in american policy International Law and a Complete embargo were impractical lines of action. A International Law would permit citizens to do things j that might get them and the country into danger and might Lead to War a said or. Van it Yke. Or. Jome explained that the embargo of the 10 per cent of our Trade that is a Ort de would raise prices and unemployment Here lower the Standard of living and really make necessary As much regimentation As our entry into a War would bring. A pressure groups for our three largest items of Export machinery Cotton and Petroleum would fight against such an embargo a he said. Or. Van Dyke was of the opinion that a repeal of the Aims embargo now in effect would shorten the War and Lessen the possibility of our involvement. However or. Jome warned the club that no legislation under consideration or even the present neutrality Law could keep us from lending Money to the allies through pegging the Pound if we wanted to continue to sell to them As their Cash ran out or decreased in value. Both or. Van Dyke and or. Jome made the final statement that no Law could completely cancel the danger of War. That Only the Peoples emotions could get us in if aroused through loss of property or lives. Unto Jam. Jones was before the Putnam Curt october a to answer to a charge of Petit larceny in which Vas hared upon an affidavit signed by c. Dunn of Greencastle in when Jones was alleged to have stolen n 1 bicycle belonging to Dunn septum Ber 24. Jones pleaded guilty to the he ivc j an 1 was sentenced by the court the entry on the docket being As follows. A a a defendant being arraigned plea is 1 guilty an i upon his plea of Gummy in is found guilty and sentenced the the 1 Indiana state reformatory at pen j Lett i for a period of not less than 1 redskins nor More than 5 Jones was taken to Pendleton with Ussiker family was one of the first in a few Days from the time he was to enter homesteads in South Indian Story recalls Early tribe customs Morton Rissler tells of incidents in which his a ran father lived were f k i e n d l y or. P. J. Fay Chapel Spe Aker at University or. Blanchard reads poem he composed gives impressions of work of propagandist in present european wars or. William Blanchard Dean of Liberal arts read his own poem. A a Challenge Quot in Depauw University worship Chapel wednesday. It is based on the theme that we May become a sons of the poem was written while or. Blanchard was in California last nazis lose Hope allies will give in speech by French Premier i year on a leave of absence it reveals dim1 Eren i t1 l constructive thoughts that come 1 to one in quiet contemplation of the speaker urges this c country to re world am its no Edaj l r Blanchard How j challenges the sons of god to further j brotherhood truth and Universal i love. He puts his Faith into a world a the Russo German pact was a wherein coach Man is Over free to Fol. God cml to propagandists a said or. Low Lis own Stony. Reactions Are main Neutral and shows it can in done Paul j Fay. Professor of psychology at Depauw University. Tuesday in Chapel As he discussed the basis of War propaganda. A it enabled them to get a double emotional response by Hyphen izing nazis and communists and thus heightening the oversimplification that is one element of or. Fay showed the Road of intelligence and National sanity by saying. % the thought of the poem comes close to the world of today As it says a the gift of lasting peace. Comes not from flashing sword exploding bomb or martial Board but Only by conceding Man his place in gods creative plan the dignity each human soul inherits from the god of the University choir Sang a a we can resist propaganda and stay Anthem. A mercy and truth a began serving his sentenced and sentence. October 10, the following entry was made in the criminal docket of the court West put main county Ore of the interesting stories told by Moit l. Rissler at his Home in j Washington township the other Day. A defendant files an affidavit and had to do with the experiences of his petition to change his plea and the Grandfather William Rissler with court orders the sheriff to return the indians. Defendant to the Putnam county mail or. Rissler homesteaded a farm in Washington township South of where the petition referred to was signed Mort lives about the year 1830 As by Curtis Jones father of the Pris soon in fact As land could be entered Oner. It was filed by Hughes Suth in that Vicinity it lying North of the Erlin amp Hughes attorneys. The pet ten of clock Indian Boundary line tion and affidavit is As follows that Early settler in Washington Quot Curtis Jones upon his oath township put up his log Cabin while that he is the father of the defendant the indians were yet in the neigh Raymond Jones and makes this of boyhood just As James Athey and fid Avit in behalf of the said Hay John Coleman had done South of month Jones that the defendant is that Boundary line a couple of years 17 years old and that on the 3rd Day before. october. 1939, he was charged n i or Rissler a land was Between sad court with Petit larceny and that two towns of redskins who were he was then and there duly arraign i out of War. We must understand the technique of propagandists Analyse All statements insist on facts and learn How the Swiss for instance did resist propaganda in the last a propaganda must Appeal to already existing emotional or. Fay explained a therefore British propaganda is most Likely to affect he added that it is essentially dramatic a we Are asked to behold the heroine civilization threatened by the villain Hitler and to become the shining hero to save her although it May he Only her understudy. The British or. Fay cautioned that propaganda is not synonymous with untruth rather it is a certain indirect Way of presenting perhaps half Thompson Mes it led. The by Dean Louis h. Dirks taken As indication lies will fight Al pm act a Komors elated nazis Berlin newspapers admit Little Hope in left for cessation of hostilities county agriculture j a a committee meets present officers Reed to same posts ensuing year Klec to for Berlin. Oct. 11 up nazis lost Hope today that the Allied governments would consent to negotiate on the basis of the a a peace terms of Adolf Hitler. But the German Muir in the Street after nearly two weeks of High pressure peace propaganda still Clung to the belief that Grcar. Britain and France would agree thar there was Quot nothing Worth fighting Premier edouard Daladier s speech last night believed to have been approved by the British government seemed to leave no reason for any Hope that the allies had weakened. Nazi newspapers which had be i the Campaign for peace and published every Little item which indicated that the allies did not want to fight or that some Neutral might step in now admitted that peace was unlikely. The Blind Faith with which the diary German Clung to the belief i that the War must end was partic at a meeting of delegates from a arly no it useable yesterday when a the townships of the county in Tho a mors a urged by the government to court House this Forenoon Tho put have Hoen circulated by British spies Nam county agriculture conserva. A Par of a Campaign to shatter tion Cut i uni tree was organized for 3 Kennan morale swept Tho City that new year of work following the elec-1 an am St Cella l been agreed on and tion of officers and delegates in each a lat t,1 a British Cabinet had truths As truths to incite the desired township last week. This county. De. In fact the wide meeting was participated in by i strangers grabbed each others miamis. One of the Indian towns was that on the present Huffman farm on which James Athey had homesteaded a year or so before or. Rissler moved in. And the other Redskin settlement was cast of where and entered a plea of guilty to sad charge that thereupon he was sentenced by said court to the Indiana state reformatory for a period of from one to five years that he was charged with stealing a bicycle and the Rissler Cabin was erected being Young and inexperienced he did not fully understand his plea of guilty and the penalty carried with such plea that he had no time to consult an attorney his parents or his friends that he thought he Vas action from masses. Word propaganda is too often a the respective delegates or alter j hands in the streets and Shook hands plied to statements with which to Nate from each of the the a Good a United i the county committee As newly press correspondent was in a crowd a the two bases of War propaganda elected reinstates the personnel j Ltd a government office when the offi Are our habit of forming stereotypes. Which was in office this present year rial radio denied the rumours. Every and our extensive use of emotional As follows i body stopped work for two minutes i or. Fay said. A we expect i chairman. Ora a. Day vice chair. Or so business was at a standstill All men of a Given racial Type to act Man. Philip b. Hutcheson regular i and the evident disappointment of All the same Way we personify Abs Trae member Henry Heavin first Al in the office was painful to observe tons such As names of countries and to rate Clarence o. Davis second it was still a mystery How the re give names with unpleasant connote alternate Ralph a. Call Secretary mors started except for the official tons things we done to a treasurer. Vernon w. Gardner. I statement that the British secret ser or. Fay listed As word we should in the township elections a few vice was resp ble. But Neutral define rationally. A Hitler ism a a ideological a sister democracy a compelled to enter a plea of guilty i u chapter in a sessions be Lvi held in Indianapolis Slot so from the George washing a a was dedicated by mrs. Henry Bert jr., president general of daughters of the american Revo-0,1 this afternoon following the cd the Harrison Home in ind-1�?T Lis this was presented by the it in to and accepted by the foundation. Mrs. Rex. The chaplain took part. The pre followed the dedication of no Tablet placed by the soc under the picture of Caroline Harrison at the Harrison Ltd Tablet was unveiled by Fayette Levan Porter were hostesses at the no the afternoon. Those from we e miss Nancy Porter 1 Virginia Rarden who is a 1 chairman and a Page for Kuia hed guests. H. I. Wolls Kiwi this it. Gov. Dui ii Greencastle Man honoured at Evansville meeting closing tuesday Harvey b. Walls District manager of the Greencastle office of the Indiana associated Telephone corporation was elected lieutenant governor of the seventh District of kiwanis. At the state meeting at Evansville tuesday. It was the 22nd annual state convention of the organization and it was attended by 1,173. George Leist of Columbus was elected state governor of kiwanis. Elkhart was named convention City for 1940. And so entered it. Wherefore the defendant now desires to withdraw his plea of guilty and enter a plea of not Days before officers elected were a observers said that the rapidity with chairman vice chairman regular which the tutors spread among get encirclement a a neutrality a a Winter members first alternate second Al a mans was due at least to the pea o National Law a to rate Delegate and alternate Dele Hopes they had cherished and others. A for rational Luso a Gate and these in that order in Hitler s Winter Relief Campaign the Rissler family had the same Wor to a Sho a refer to actual prices each township of the county were As speech yesterday in which he said sort of experience with the indians 3c&Quot or things a he tout his a a a a Tenee. Of a Quot a is j Hilt Germany would fight it out if or. Francis Vreeland professor of Clinton John j. Martin Vern l. His proposals were rejected were sociology will discuss the sociology Sigler a. Ray Clodfelter. Harry e. I taken As an indication that he a i Cal background of the War thursday Giltz. Charles e. Webb. Claud I about Given up Hope of fruition of at Chapel time. I Burk Charles e. Webb. His peace bid. And Daladier a subset i Cloverdale Clarence o. Davis Quet speech that France must have Cyrus h. Ray. Glendon w. Herbert t real Security solidified this View. In a a ii a i i Everett s. Wallace Aubrey g. Lewis _ us site Linches Clerc nip o. I . Cyrus h. Ray. A Paris. Oct. 11 i up i Strong go a Floyd Henry m Heavin Eugene. Man patrols continued to Attak that was experienced by Edward Newgent who settled about that same year in Russell township near another tribe of miamis. Those Rcd j skins had a belief that the land and Saddle a Lull bides on Outing sunday r j the Putnam county Board of education. Consisting principally of Tho township trustees met in the office of county school superin Teneni Frank Jarrell today. Will visit Brvan Tobijs farm serve luncheon the Greencastle Saddle club will have another of its outings. Sunday devoting the Day to the ride out to the Bryan Dobbs farm Northwest of Greencastle and to Riding Over the �60 acres. There Are four Gates on the Entrance Lane As Well As other Gates and a Herd of cattle and so on to help with the amusement. The Start will be made from the Sweet barn on Berry Street at a a of clock sunday morning. The Forenoon will be devoted to exploring the farm on horseback at noon there will be a luncheon from a Chuck Wagon and the afternoon will be Given Over to games and general amusements. Frank Deer is in charge of the task of providing horses for persons wanting to participate in the ride but who do not have mounts. One member of the Saddle club. O. R. Matthews won honors for himself the horse he Best Rode and for the owner of the horse at the recent show by the Lafayette Saddle club when he was Given third place ribbon in the gentleman rider class with fifteen entrants some of whom were of the top rank in the state. The horse on which he Rode was a flew Mcdonald a owned by Richard Sandy of Greencastle. Everything it produced yet belonged to them and while they divided or. Newgent s crops on a 50-50 basis they divided with or. Rissler on about a 90-10 basis they taking the big end. That was the procedure of i the indians that were Friendly to i him and they in a measure recon Tensed him for his losses by fighting for him against the tribe from the j Athey town who seemed disposed to take everything Rissler had. The Friendly Bunch were accustomed to enter the Rissler Cabin look Over the Stock of supplies decide How much the Rissler would really need before they could get More Laid in and they would take with them what they decided was a surplus. This applied to every sort of food on the Rissler place. But there never was trouble Between the Rissler a and his Friendly Hunch of Nednien. Fatterson a candidate Paul Patterson of Greencastle is c id Date for Sophomore representative on the student Council at Indiana state teachers College at Terre haute. Two Well established Campus parties. The All Campus and the coalition have named full slates in the contest. Loli on Bailie treaty is perfected with Lithuania finnish envoy to hear demands w. Huber. Stanley f Sears. J. Cecil j French troops in the Rhineland do. Buis. Bert l. Alcorn Henry m., ing the night and were repulsed the Heavin Stanley f. Sears. I 7511, French Franklin Howard f. Ashby. Ray communique is d circuit court note 20 years ago in Greencastle Henry Ostrom sold his East Seminary Street cottage property to prof. R. Vav. Pence. Mrs. Elizabeth Hamilton and daughter returned from an extended visit with relatives at Mitchell. S. D the american legion met in the office of or. Renas Richards. William Carpenter brought suit for for alleged injuries receive in a suit for the Possession of rail estate in Russell township Jamesp Hartman Clayton a Durham Gnu hey is attorney for the plaintiff de there and a crowd gathered. Nind Crosby Zannit Harriott John b. Williams Howard b. Myers How Ard f. Ashby Raymond Crosby. Moscow. Oct. 11. Up rus Greencastle i Maynard Grubb Sia clinched its hold on the inner Roy Brackney Russell t. Reeves. Baltic today with the announcement 1 John a Hanks John w. Herod. 1 of a a Mutual aids treaty with Lith j Maynard Grubb Roy Brackney. Mania Germany s next door neigh Jackson Clark Wilson Emil r. Bor which was expected to put rus Morphew William. Rook a Deryl Sian air Force bases within a few Miles of East Prussia. There remained Only an agreement with Finland to make a russian preserve of half the Baltic the one time a German russian troops were reported entering Esthonia and Latvia to the War today. Most of the action was South of Saar Bruecken and South of Pirrera Sens. The German raiders were using hand grenades freely and the French were replying with the same weapons. The patrols were being slowed Down however by mud. Rain Nad fallen for Days in the Black Forest Sanders. William v Barker. Otto a uni la. Ower a the Joe. Dean. Rhine was lining and threatening to Eugene ii Sallust. Wil flood h >m0 f h0erm.ln a we Holly. Is near the Banks especially across Poynter. Doria h. Sals-1 fron Strasbourg l m Stewart Jefferson hum Moser Luther i Man. Eugene h. Sallust Oral v. Me-1 Cam Mack. Madison Ralph a. Call. Emory o Finland prepares army and Navy Lirl forces mobilize in ure Parx tion for any trouble Helsin Gors Finland. Oct. 11 North today As the agreement with i attain John r. Dills Earl h. Ellis Lithuania was announced and rus., t fun Fin in i on a Nir two Sian leaders assembled at the rail-1 Road station to Greet Juhu Paas Kivi finnish special envoy arriving by train to hear russians demands on his Little country. Joseph Stalin and Premier foreign commissar Viacheslav Molotov at a Midnight conference concluded an agreement with Juozas Rubsys. Lithuanian foreign minister for a 15-year a Mutual aids pact renewable automatically for an additional 10 years unless it is cancelled. Up Finland a Little Navy massed Russia obtains air Force bases 1 off the Southwest coast today. Troops Lithuania has no desirable harbours mounted machine guns in streets since Germany sized Memel at and on Public buildings and scores Points to be agreed on and in return of thousands of non combatants j methodist by Ltd meets the sunday school Board of Tho a can memorial Church will meet thursday evening in Community Hall. The program will begin with a. Pitch in dinner at 6 00 p. M. Or. H. T. Robs. Superintendent will be in charge of the business meeting. This is a very important meeting and All officers and teachers should plan to be present. A today a weather a and % local temperature 0 0 0 0� 0 0 0 0 Lithuania gets Back the Vilna area evacuated principal cities. Including the City of Vilna which lithuanians regard As their real capital. Poland had seized Vilna from Lithuania and later Russia had taken it from Poland. A finnish envoy was nearing Moscow to receive russian a a Friendship demands. It was realized that a fight by Finland. With 3.800.000 people against the soviet Union with 160.000.000 would be suicidal. But leaders As i fair and cooler tonight and thursday. Teachers and officers of the first Christian Church school will meet they prepared to resist any threat cd when he was hit by an automobile thursday evening at 7 o clock in the to the nation s Independence said is the plaintiff against \ driven by Willis Miller at the Zinc j Church Parlours. Rev Fellers will Dos they and their countrymen would Charles me 1 Mill grounds when an air plane land it uss a your study of new trails for rather die free men than live As rus Christian Elan a slave. Minimum 6 a. M. 7 a. M. 48 48 51 8 a. A. 55 9 a. A. 57 10 a. M. 11 a. M. 12 noon 1 p. M. 2 p. 91. 61 63 64 66 67
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