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Greencastle Daily Banner (Newspaper) - October 12, 1939, Greencastle, IndianaA a a tur weather in and c cooler a k forty seven the daily Banner a 4.0 4 All the Home news 4 4 United in Kess service 4 4 44. 4.44.� tit Waves for All Indiana thursday october 12, 1030. To. 310 and has Pes Russia ill not acts to r. 8 and neigh to Appeal to reds a inst domination preparing re still available defense has been a nut can t compete with mighty Russia Kingfors Finland oct mrs. Porter elect a state A. R. Regent the welfare report shows local needs officers of the state Branch of the daughters of the american revolution Etc elected today As the annual state conference closed. Contests were for two positions. May Hostetter of Craw ords Villa a committee thanks clubs and mrs. Lafayette l. Porter of i and others who aided in Cercen Castle wore Lunning for the Al in for the past year Post of state Regent and mrs. I Charles f. Voyles of Indianapolis free milk is distributed and mrs. Hancock of Rockville for historian. Other officers unopposed were mrs. J. Harold or lines of Danville vice Regent mrs. Charles a. Priest of Marion chaplain mrs. Voyle Mari Hope Rose throughout. Fire Dale of Cambridge City recording Jay that diplomatic action by a Secretary. Org Burns of Mentone itch states and the Swand treasurer Mabel Claxton of French countries might save the lick registrar mrs. T. Frazier r from russian denomination. Of Warsaw librarian mrs. R. W. Is Cople in the streets Volun 1 Richey of East Chicago North Dir Rilling on country roads and Ector mrs. Oran e. Ross of winches a on emergency Gaurd All of j Ter. Central director and mrs. Louis country excitedly discussed Keck of mount Vernon South that the United states. Swe director Otway and Denmark had Tak would take diplomatic action of persuading Russia to make Roan is which would infringe d s Independence or Sovereign i i reports As circulated Here wore separate but similar notes to would emphasize the Lypor of respecting Finland s integ a was mystery still As to theand extent of the demands to do by Russia today to j. K. Finnish special envoy arrived at Moscow yesterday Orts of foreign diplomatic Aid served to ease tension. It was i that a Squadron of 21 rus Vir planes had reconnoitre a the finnish coast last night to coastal cities of Borga and Only 50 Miles East of Chamberlain rejects Hitler peace proposal British Premier says action am not wok of must Kkt con Siderto allies stand together France loud already a mkt a and 1�. Now backed lip by England. Germany is disappointed other things re also needed but fund Are inadequate for All j requirements the welfare committee received $395.20 from the dubs and organizations As their gift to the milk fund. 25.707 bottles of milk were served j in the schools at a total Cost of $773.91. There were 12,470 bottles of free milk dispensed at a Cost of $374.10. After buying two Cartons of straws Stamps for the mailing there is a Small balance to begin the new year. When the welfare committee was first organized Many years ago they sponsored a varied program. Among other things the records show they bought spectacles for needy children and set aside a fund for the school nurse to use As she saw it was most needed. Since the depression year so Many new cases of malnutrition Are evident that the need for milk co. Revenue reduced 5 cts. By examiner a Field Man for state tax Board its several township budgets Russo a Finland Border a four languages on sign at Finland s most Northern Frontier Tell strangers that the other Side is russian territory. Feeling was so tense As soviets massed troops on their Side of Border that to Cross it would be to invite bullets from sovet guards. City school tax intact township schools will keel drastic c if recommendation stand pole Harvest German forces Iroquois lands time in Indiana _ forces no inca by tanks and heavy a has a piously been reported the Frontier. J London. Oct. 12 up i line minister Neville Chamberlain 1the House of comm is today that it is impossible for great Britain to accept Adolph hitlers peace p Ropos a. Chamberlain addressed a crowded House of commons with soviet Ini i Bassano Ivan Mai sky and Many famous civil Volunteer corps other Dot Plomas in the gallery isling 120,000 Young men began the Hitler proposals arc Impo of g in villages and along roads ble As a basis for peace chamber a Day ready to reinforce the a lain said unless great Britain were Tau s1s00 women a Union Chris j 255 0co. Members of the to 1 willing to a forfeit her Honor and Tian Church 5,5.00 Penelope $2.00 Penny collected to pay for the free j milk. However the other needs have i also increased with no funds to meet them. Children were forced to re main Home from school last Winter because they had no or overshoes. One child stopped school a few weeks ago because he has almost lost his eyesight due to a badly needed Tonsic Lockomy. It is to be earnestly hoped that some Way will be worked out so that All of these under privileged children May be cared for. To the following organizations who donated in the past year we Are a truly appreciative mothers study club. $2.00 Amer i ican legion auxiliary. $10.00 Priscilla club. $5.00 Progress history. $7.50 tri Kappa. $35.00 tuesday Reading club. $5.00 Delta Theta huge Koi of Hoosier apr has increased until it takes every Elk a nov Nfn Ltd sent to considers i a a it Sapple Harvest time once again in the old Hoosier state and As Fine a crop of fruit is Ever grew is moving to Market a Monroe me cown. Purdue University Extension fruit specialist reported this week. Consumers Are being offered a wide Choice of Apple varieties for use in making pies and in preparing other tasty foods. It was estimated that Indiana api pie producers will spend nearly a third of a million dollars in harvesting. Packing and delivering the 1939 crop to the Central markets where it will be made available to Consumers. Federal inspectors examining scores of Hoosier Apple Orchards this summer have found the fruit so free of blemishes and set it highly coloured that More than 90 per cent of it has met the Ngy Al requirements of the it. S. No. 1 Grade. Mccown released the following in Atli 577 refugees passengers did not like their trip Home were escorted in auxiliary corps provided them abandon her claim that International bugs a pig no professional women a meals and prepared billets for disputes should be settled by discus Clu is of A a. $5.00 teach a Quot on and not by Erst federation. $10.00 Century formation for ul0 of House. . Bridges and other i a we must take it that the propos club. $10.00 Boston club. $5.00 wives one varietle8 and their in were heavily Gaurd als which the German Chancellor monday club. $3.00 coterie. $2.50 troops and Many of them were 1 put Forward for establishment of women a league m. E. Church. Best uses d d.,. Pies Mcintosh spy. Stayman. J barbed wire was Strung along what he Ca is the certainty of euro$10.00 Mon Lay Book club $2.00 win rap Turley and to serve As barriers and Security Are to be based on women Scircle $5.00, Depauw to naked apples Rome Turley stay pieces or umber were stuck in i cognition of his conquests and i men s club. $10.00 Earl Fisk Aux Man ulicious. And Jonathan r sound to Stop tanks. A right to do what he pleases with $10 00 Eastern Star $5.00 Apple sauce Grimes Stayman a ins. Buses and private motor co Loup Radthe prime minister Aid. Kappa Delta Phi $5.00 Martha goldpj1 8py Turley wine in coated women children and i8 after Tell Wanton act of a Washington club $2 00 women s and Rome person i from the by Cut Gresson which Cost so Many p dish Relief corps $5.00 Council of clubs. Re ,. Scent medium sized. $15.00 Veronica. $5.60 crescent.1 attack outposts Paris says All were repulsed with heavy passes to the at Ackers London. Oct. 12. Up sem official naval sources said today that 11 to 13,615-ton German passenger liner Cap notre had been captured somewhere in the South Atlantic. Paris. Oct. 12. Up germans attacked French outposts in the Moselle River corridor in Force today perils of storm bomb and submarine and were driven Back by a withering French fire carrying their wounded with them and leaving the dead on the Battlefield it was announced. The German lasses were said to have been heavy. The germans carried automatic arms and their artillery blasted the Way for the Advance which authoritative French sources said a achieved no appreciable the French described it us a a latter engagement. Other French Advance guards if the state tax Board follows the recommendations that will be made to it by Orville Schock Field Man for that Board As a result of his sran no no of budgets in Putnam county. Wednesday and thursday there it vill be reductions of tax levies in a a number of tax units of the. County in Force next year. Or. Schock worked rapidly wednesday. The first Day of his examination of Putnam county taxing units budgets and went through the estimates of More than half of the units in the county. In some of these he will ask the state Board for reductions in levies. These requested reductions arc chiefly in school levies. The state Board has no Power to Cut levies in taxing units that com under the maximum totals set out by state Law. Which Are $1.25 in Rural taxing units and $2.00 in towns and cities. But in Putnam county this year the levies asked were in All instances above the maximum new York. Oct. 12. Up the 577 refugee passengers of the american liner Iroquois who shrieked and permitted by Law excepting in cases danced last night at sight of the of emergency. It was thought at statue of Liberty complained eng. The first scanning after or. Schock Lily today against the performance i announced his reductions that and management of the ship that a Jome of the units total rates would had brought them safely through the come under the maximum. These budgets a All have had Revis they had known since sunday., j0n before they reached the repro whoa two american destroyers and tentative of the state Board the a coast guard patrol boat arrived township budgets first going to the alongside of the German warning j respective advisory boards then t a that the Iroquois would be sunk As county tax adjustment bord it neared american shores but by then to the state tax Board. Tim that time everybody was in such a a municipal and county budgets wen1 state of excitement Over storms and in the county Council then the tax rumours that it did no to disturb them j adjustment Hoard and thence to the nov that they thought Back Over Stac. It they were angry. 1 mrs. Schock will recommend the a they treated us like cattle made following reductions in levies sovino of us sleep on the floor water 1 Cloverdale township Cut in ruled us Eluee times a Day Only charge ton flin 1 from 20 to 16 cents is first class fares on the Cabin de the were said to have beaten Back Ger craps it oat an it i kept Man patrols which had been raid this Rould a accommodated the entire ing continually along Rhineland front for 24 hours. Toads were jammed with outgo a traffic. It was estimated that y alone. Junisa of people and German lives sacrificed to satisfy his own insistence on the use of Force that the German Chancellor i must 1 now puts Forward his proposals a a he a it $.1.00, i fruits of delicious Jonathan. Rome. $2 00 a. A. U. W. $5.00 women s Gay Stayman and winp8ap s. C., $5.00 women a waited before pm Goudy $5.00 needlecraft $2.00 Fri and other shops to buy Neces j h 0 1 a Circle. 1.60 twentieth Century leaving for other place of there Chi St and expo it la $5 00 fortnightly club. $5.00 do in Ety. I that in these proposals would be m meet pc Soi nce $5.00 b. P. O. A. Nuandy of people sat quietly on a Clu cd so it Lue not to my it$.50 00 first Ward p. T. A. 30.00 Loers of Railroad stations wait Tov thl grievous crime aa&Quot>8t he a second Ward p. T. A. 30.00 third us Rcd pc heir turn to go. The women s Many Foll win it a Quot Quot a in upon he Ward p. T. A., 30.00 Fry c,.p8 fed them. There was violation of the rights of the czech King a laughing but there was a 03l it Vak Nati Quot a u has been �?on0�?o�?T a do r fear. Occasionally someone 1,0 it appointment Raymond Jones is returned to co. Jail chamber ii do h Stait singing a Folk son.? and cleared. Nearby would join. Moro ire by the lutheran hymn a a Portress is our god. A would started and taken up by f people until it echoed through a areas of the City. He 3aid that Hitler seems to in Gard that Fate of Poland us cd club ively of German interest. A facts and not words alone must be i forthcoming before to or France i i would let a justified in ceasing to wag most general expression of War to the utmost of our strength t Over the possibility of a Sill a Chamberlain said. War with Russia was that the olympic games scheduled to be there might have to a held 1 Shore. Helsin fors had looked Tard to the games to make it a. A a 11 City. Its streets had been old a re s Vrcel cd to Square enlarged new build an i How Els had been construe John w. Shannon so a what a this All about boys a asked Raymond Jones As sheriff Graham Claud Wimmer and Jones started Back to Greencastle from Pendleton wednesday noon levies being returned Here from the state reformatory on an order from the local circuit court for retrial. A Home dec leaders of this county lad Besun to scr Quot Quot Enonce from will meet in the court House Friday i Tbs 0,1 a it la cent Charf t when a petition was presented to the for an All Day program. Miss la e. Martin of Purdue University will Home economics leaders to meet Friday Franklin township Cut from 30 big suites j 20 cents in the special school fix Levy Cut from 46 to 44 in tuition said mrs. Thom do injuries Are fatal . To meet to West Lafayette Al i eos la will appear n to Quot a a Day session of organization Auto struck Man on Highway saturday night he Here to meet the women of the county who attend the meeting. She j will introduce the themes of the Day. A safety at Home and a More liveable Home in connection with the first topic miss Antionette Friedman county nurse will present to the women a list of articles for a first Aid kit to be used when minor accidents occur and she will talk on what to do until the doctor arrives in More serious happenings in the Home. Here in Putnam county there is a revival of interest in the Home Flower Garden and the care of farm Home lawns us Well As the old fashioned Herb Garden. Remnants of these old gardens at some Homes were revived last year As local leaders of the Home demonstration clubs studied the subject. Circuit court notes it the James Welch 63 years old. Who was Hurt critically Early Salt i Day a night when he was struck by an automobile while walking on state Highway 43 South of Crawfordsville. Died wednesday at curve Hospital n Crawfordsville As a Resu t of injuries suffered in the Accident. The machine which struck Welch was driven by John w. Shannon age 70, of Roach Idle who said he was Walter s. Campbell is plaintiff in blinded by the lights of a car a,-1 three suits in notes against Erie s. Preaching from the opposite direct Vermillion Roy Odell and George t on and that he did not know Young respectively. M. J Murphy it so Lafayette october 24 i Welch was on the Highway Lull of is attorney. 11,5 District superintend a. Is Ter his machine hit the pedestrian i Shannon immediately brought marriage licenses machine to a Stop Anil walk no h ick along the Road found Welch lying at William Heather local court by his father setting the songs ignorance of court priced us awareness of what was involved in pleading guilty when he was arraigned Here Early in the month when to pleaded guilty. Jones who served a term at the state penal farm before this last trouble arose contrasted the Tab Caie of the state farm and that at the reformatory much to the disparagement of the latter. He a to clearly did not like the idea of having but two meals a Day at the reformatory. And he did not like the Tough bread and there were Otner things at the reformatory that did not measure up Well with him. Quost speaker at the Flly-11 id meeting of the woman s a missionary Lucity of the ind a conference will r the first methodist 20 years ago in Geek Castle n Beck. The theme of th3 Quot trails across 11 5. The first Day mrs. E. It. Labor Indiana housework. T Gresna Aatlo will discuss the Side of the Highway. He sum oils and Agnes Johnson. A p Quot Tana the noon Money an ambulance from the nearby Creen cattle. # Lemour irks a or. Then Lester Rov Duncan Farmer that Day will be con farm Home of James i us and. Men Besiei n. Vef notified police Headquarters at Craw More route 1, and a inca tilt. Mrs. Mary Ostrom Alma e from Somerset Frank Collins its moved South of Greencastle. Or. And Ira. Thomas Sage and r it i jct and Charles and miss m a i it Reynolds motored to Indi aau polls tuesday and spent the Day. was Mads that the Mariage of miss Ethel Douglas a it Brazil and Herbert Williams son of or. End mrs. Ben Williams occurred in the presbyterian Church at Terre haute. October 2. Fill 1 Harry w. Moore sold a lot in Hill Greone Golc to James w. Or Rumson a enemy patrols showed greater persistence than heretofore especially pressing the French in the Moselle Saa Bruecken Ehrenthal and South Parma Lens sectors a a French spokesman said. A patrols also appeared in the Wisse Bourg the germans still had failed to take a French prisoner it was said although that seemed to be the object of most of the patrol raids. Heavy artillery fire continued on both sides. Rains were said to have kept German reconnaissance planes grounded although French planes returned with a most important photographs of concentration it was announced. One German recon nuisance plane was reported to have been shot Down tuesday. The military expert of the newspaper Petit parisian said the German patrols were operating mostly at nights and in Early morning fogs. Smaller German patrols in quest of French prisoners were seen frequently hopping across no Many a land the expert said. French artillery usually Laid Down a barrage at them but they advanced in spite of losses. The writer said they never got past the barbed wire however and had taken no prisoners. French and British guns were pounding Saar Valley roads cutting communication lines and trying to Batter Down the Block houses of the Siegfried line on the Hills beyond the Sarr it was reported. Gen. Albert Niessel. One of the Best known French military writers said in a Paris midis article yesterday that France was Well protected against any direct smashing attack or flank attacks by germans through either Neutral Holland or Switzerland. He estimated that 500.000 germans would be slain in any frontal attack Oft the Maginot line and that according to the usual ratio of six wounded to one killed. Hitler would Gamble with the lives of 3,500.000 germans in a frontal attack. Persons locked up a said mrs. Mom a Ivy. As Murphy new York. Floyd township Cut from 25 to 12 a the ship acted like a Flat Bottom cats n tuition Cut from 50 to �0 de Dory a said m j. Clifford Denver a can a in special school. Colo. A in the rough weather we bad Jefferson township Cut from 33 on the Early part of the trip she be i -0 cents in special school Cut have like a Cork on the frown 53 Jug cents in tuition. The Only Praise came from 12 Roachdale town Cut in general Catholic priests who signed a state a corporation tax from $1.11 to $1.00. Ment o thanks to the United states Marion township Cut from 22 to government for sendin the Convoy. There was a profusion of Black j eyes among the passengers who had been rolled from cots and deck chairs during the storm. The 12-year-old. 6 000-ton Iroquois. A coast Wise cruise ship when the War broke out. Had been hurriedly 8 cents in tuition Levy. Clinton township Cut in special school Levy from 45 to 43 cents Cut in tuition Levy from 24 to 20 cents Monroe township Cut in school from 40 to 36 cents. Russellville corporation Cut in corporation tax from 67 to 60 cents Jackson township Cut of special refitted of ran Ocean crossing to return some of the americans school Levy from 48�?~ to 47 cents stranded in Europe by the War. I the Putnam county Revenue fund chartered by United states line swag Cut a a lob a Ptg from the Clyde Mallory line she loft a. She Eck completed Hig rpm Law new York sept. 13 with capt. Edgar a bu.jget8 with the pm a proposed Levy. During the Forenoon. He said a few a Chelton Veteran of world War transport ships in command. She \ items of the budgets May attract the particular attention of the members those in i changes. Which he wiil rename and loaded 37 passengers at Liverpool oct. 2. 540 at cob oct. 3, and atari of la i �?zit<1 no Board add Luon t0 de Home. Every one o the Passeng-1 ers and Crew of 211 was an american citizen. Most of the passengers were Irish americans who had been visit i Texas c Hristian squad works Oft at is Tel k athe Texas Christian College foot ing the old country. Public sales prices re a Fordsville. Housekeeper Greencastle route 2. $1 000. Justice of peace court mrs. Mary Buckner of Ohio Street Greencastle was found guilty in the court of jus be of the peace Newgent. To a charge of assault and Battery in which the prosecuting witness was mrs. Lillian Pence. The Fine was $10, with costs added. Ball squad stopped off Here this afternoon Enro Ute to Philadelphia a. Where the y play Temple on saturday afternoon. The squad stopper Here and worked out on Blackstock Field. Texas Christian has had some of the Best football teams in the Southland for 8eveal years and such stars As Sammy Baugh and Davy of brie came from their Campus. Today a weather and Corn and horses at Charles Harris farm wednesday sold favourably Clarence Vestal of Greencastle. Was an onlooker at the Public Sale of the personal property of the late Charles Harris at his former farm Home three Miles East and 2 Miles South of Roachdale wednesday. Or. Vestal was particularly interested in the Sale of a thousand bushels of i Corn not yet picked but sold a shuck a local temperature red Down a which Means it will be a a a a amp $ amp picked and shucked by the estate fair cooler in extreme West Ceu and thrown into the purchaser la a i trial portions scattered Light Frost in Gons if they Are there to receive it. North and Central portions tonight the Corn sold at 44 1-2 cents starting Friday partly Cloudy. At 35. It was bought by Henry Clay. A a feeder of hogs whose place is near minimum 4.1 North Salem. 6 a. In. 43 eleven sows with litters of pigs 7 a a. 45 a a fetched from $31 to $49.50. The 8 a. M. 48 latter Price being paid for an in 9 a. M. 50 usually heavy sow with eight pigs. 10 a. M. <54 one pair of 3-year old draft farm11 a. M. A. �57 horses brought $240 As a team. A j 32 noon #58 total of $235 was offered for them 1 p. M. 60 individually. 2 p. . 60
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