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Greencastle Daily Banner (Newspaper) - October 16, 1939, Greencastle, IndianaJar a Kalber geor and colder 4. A the daily Banner 4g 4 4>4g All the Home news 4 United press service 4 a 4 4 444<f>�?oit Waves for ally forty seve Greencastle Indiana monday october 16, 1939. No. 313 Chers ill meet Here sat. Indiana has new Law on minimum Speed Institute will be Greencastle Bikih school interesting program educator will deliver main teachers a retirement Kund will be discussed receive pay. The teachers must to Quot announces Frank Jar unto superintendent of Cauca. Refers to the Putnam coun aches Institute to be held Greencastle High school Audi next saturday. An interest Gram has been arranged and Wichers Are expected to receive mental and practical help from in order to be paid for that time they must attend is ration will Start 9 30 Minue until 10 these in charge registration being Lloyl and Dora Pritchard invocation will open the pro 10 o clock followed by mus Myers by the Russellville and Ridge schools. Teachers new retirement fund Rill be discussed by a represent from the office of the state is fund administration i Polis. 11 o clock the Clinton Center school will give a musical turn the new Indiana Law on minimum Speed provides that no person shall i drive such Low Speed As to Block a or impede the Normal and reasonable movement of traffic. Any person Del 1 ving slow Speed having blocked three or More vehicles shall give a Gilt of Way by pulling off to the right the earliest possible moment a and allow the blocked vehicles to ones failure to do so is a Misdemeanour and officers Are authorized to enforce the Law. County Waters Good for Fis Liinar r heavy West from action is expected pour Are injured As traction hits car Large scale German tool movements Abe under Way behind West Wall believe million men French Aro confident that they could smash big offensive inflict decisive losses if the 140,000 Young fish survive their Many enemies Paris oct. 16. Up a Germany is pouring men and mechanized units into the West Wall fortification line on a 75-mile front Between the Moselle and Saar Rivers in preparation the French believe for an pensive was disclosed today four persons were injured More or less severely in u collision Between the automobiles in which they were Riding and an interurban car the Seelyville crossing of Road 40. Sunday afternoon about 4 45 of clock the 11 action was operated by trainman i b. Gibbings. Beveridge Street Greencastle. The injured persons is massed j 8jt,e a Sperre haute. Their injuries consisted of lacerations and bruises. The Driver of the automobile was l. A. Murray 59 years old. 1326 so. Fourth Street Terre haute. The a action car operated by Gid dings was East bound. The Accident was investigated by state and Terre a haute City police officers. Early of a i Hills re 1&& was estimated unofficially that j rom 1 z1. Germany now had massed More than i ill Oll Ilell 1 old Ltd n Depauw to inaugurate Vesper series first of new devotional services will be held next sunday Bishop Hughes will speak programs will be Marie up music and addresses by prominent churchmen of the More than 140.000 Young flan a 1 000 000 Man in the rear positions of planted in Putnam county Waters this season with More to come yet before Winter should make better sport for fishermen within a couple of years if a fair percentage of the West Wall. French artillery spent the entire night shelling the German rear lines in an Effort to dislocate and delay i the movements of troops moving in f o 11 y f i v e Saddle club members take to trails these babies survive their enemies of Many kinds. Victor Walter Putnam county s game Warden tells of 85.268 game fish reared by Putnam county Eon-1 ser vation clubs this season and of 57,900 reared by the state and freed in Putnam coun y Ponds and streams. Putnam county a Saddle club had one of the largest fall rides in its history yesterday when approximately 45 members with their mounts lights on roads far behind the Ger i tended a ride rom the sweets barn a Gigantic Stream toward concentration Points. Observers could see the Flash of Man lines and the noise of arriving the Roachdale conservation club a excelled in its output of Blue Gills of i which they raised 57.252 in their they had 500 Rock Bass also j the Morton club raised the following bluegills 2.449 Black Bass. Transport could be heard in the French Advance lines. However the French believed that some of this noise and the Flash of lights was deliberate in order to spread the apparent activity so As to i cover the movement of specified units to concentration Points. On the present Frank Deer property and Berry Street to the Dobbs Bryan farm Northwest of Greencastle. The members gathered the barn nine of clock and got under Way about an hour later. Riding through town thirty seven Strong they presented an unusual sight to the Many nning 11 25, Dean h. M. Or. Director of elementary Edu 2,426 Rock Bass. 798. Butler College Indianapolis address the teachers. Coverdale band will open the noon session with a Brief pr<5 German activity in no Many a land Peop Ewh we parading the Down 11 30, a representative from the Merrill publishing House ind will talk on the subject of by books. No Jarrell county superintend of schools will make the augments following the close of i sen was almost suspended As units moved into position. However the French ambushed one Small German patrol in the Haardt Forest and captured several men. An authoritative source said that the French in and before the Maginot line were prepared for an attack of City firemen Are called saturday eve the City fire department was Cal de out saturday evening 7 of clock by a fire the House on North College Avenue occupied by Earl Taylor and were called Back three hours later when a smouldering Ember appeared about to cause another Blaze in the same building. The fire started in the basement. Considerable damage was caused by . Russia gets setback from finns turks resistance to soviet demands causes suspension of negotiations the Bainbridge club had 20.000 137 Black Bass and 50 Rock Bass. The Cloverdale club cared for 1,056 Blue Gills and 600 Black Bass. These babies were placed in streams and lakes usually not Fatany Mak Nituda. was indicated from the Waters in which they were that French staff experts would not convinced that an attack was in the state cons Vatican department a my neb unless the movement toward sent into Putnam county this sea a us front continued. 14,000 bluegills 5,400 sea 1 Eddre ends on visit hear of death hew of mrs. Margaret Potter killed in crash Mouth Bass 1,500 Large Mouth Bass 5.000 Rock Bass 10,000 yellow Perch 15.000 Wall eyed Pike 16,000 Brown Trout 1,000 Channel Catfish 3,600 crappies 2,000 red eared Sunfish. In the game Bird line of activity the state sent out 504 pheasants 300 Quail and 20 Chukar partridges Here. In addition to these shipped in the Meadow Brook gun club of Fillmore reared 187 phase ants. The Putnam an unofficial informant said that the French would heartily Welcome a town Section. The ride took them on out the North end of town where they turned Light to get on a gravel Road. Here they were met by several members who live North of Greencastle and the total number was eventually swelled to 45. The Road West led them through 1 some Hilly country alive with the Rich colors of the autumn landscape. On reaching the farm the members ate lunch from a Chuck Wagon and then proceeded to ride Over the 360 i acres of wooded Farmland. There 1 were Many interesting places to be Depauw plans to inaugurate a new Type series of University Vesper services was announced today by president Clyde e. Wildman. The first will be held sunday afternoon in Gobin memorial Church and is scheduled for 4 30 of clock. The speaker will be Bishop Edwin Holt Hughes former president of Depauw and now senior Bishop of the methodist Church and head of the Washington. D. C. Area. The plan is to have one of these Vesper services each month from october through april. They will follow the general form of the wednesday devotional chapels with a printed program. Or. Van Denman Thompson will preside the Organ and the University choir will sing. The program will be fifty minutes in length with the speaker being Given Twenty to thirty minutes for his address. The extended time will permit a greater use of music in the service. A these Vesper services a or. Wildman said a Are a definite attempt to stimulate a religious attitude toward life. The wednesday devotional Chapel has been most successful and the sunday vespers is an Extension of this idea. was requested by a number of student groups on the or. Wildman pointed out that the outside speakers on secular subjects would be granted extended chapels instead of the sunday evening hour As in the past. The period of 4 30 to 5 20 was suggested by students As nazis open talks with russian ally consultations begin on. Steps to take As result of rejection of peace Berlin. Oct. 16 up Germany and Russia propose to Start formal consultations today on accessory measures Quot to be taken As the result of British and French refusal to Stop the War nazi quarters asserted. No mention was a 1c today of Italy mentioned last w cok As prospective participant in Gennan-rus-8ian-italian on Quot necessary nor was there any word whether Germany and Russia woul i take any a a necessary measures or merely talk about them. Diplomatic quarters wondered whether there might he a new declaration affirming nazi communist finnish envoy Home Heads a scan d Ana v a an countries will meet for consultation in Sweden wednesday u l l e i n Berlin oct. 16. Up Adolf Hitler was reported by usually reliable sources today to have sent a communication to Josef Stalin by courier and to expect an Early answer due to affect Germany a next step in the european War. Bergen. Norway oct. 16 up the newspaper Gula Tidence reported a naval Battle off the Island of Nordway gooey today. Three warships. The newspaper said were firing through heavy pillars of smoke. Bucharest Roumania oct. 16. Up firm resistance by Turkey and Finland to russian demands has caused the suspension of negotiations Moscow while the turkish and finnish governments review the position was understood Belay. Apparent refusal of Turkey and Solidarity a new threat of Quot peace or Finland the opposite end of rus else to induce the allies to Stop lighting or another Quot last Quot attempt to find a peace formula. I one nazi Quarter said that Germany s present position was so Good from ail viewpoints military economic and psychological that there was no need for Germany to take the initiative in any peace move. For the third Day. German newspapers displayed sensationally the sinking of the British battleship Royal Ouk As a severe blow to British sea Power. Walther Funk minister of eco Siam a new and vast a sphere of to concede demands on them unconditionally constituted russians first setback in its dramatic re entry into european politics. Further was reported that rumanian foreign minister Grigore Gafencu had told close friends that Russia made demands on Rumania he would resign rather than respond to a summons to Moscow. had seemed that Turkey and Russia were the Point of signing i a Friendship treaty. Sukru Saracoglu. Turkish foreign minister had been German big scale attack confident explore and All Tyi is of country that they would smash with losses of r who Jyh of ride which might prove irreparable and Camm were played the Early have an even decisive influence in the War As a whole. A French High command commune afternoon. There was musical chair with j. D. Mclean the Winner and there was a game where the riders nil spending the week end with friends or. And mrs. Harry be in Clinton township or. Mrs David r. Roach of Terre sunday morning received of the critical injury followed hours later by his death of son Robert s. Roach. 30 years a son. E was Hurt in a collision of the Nobilo which he was driving Ypsilanti mich., with the rear Quail the Roachdale club raised 178 Quail the Morton club 1 0 Quail and Tho Cloverdale club 152 Quail. The Cloverdale Junior club raised m Quail. There will be some additional fish put in Putnam Waters yet this sea returns from convention a there was great activity in the Jim an j every0nc tried to burst the enemy lines Between the Moselle and 0yn�g balloon. This game was won i the Saar. There were numerous a. By Runny Harrold when j. D. Me county conservation club reared 194 tools in the Region West of Wissema balloon was burst by him hide and go suck was the third Wisse Bourg is the right or a game 1 East of the Flench line and East of i the a Dora were joined by Many j the area in which Germany was re. J by member who were not on ported to be concentrating troops. Mounts during the afternoon and some of these members helped in truck which was said was a Don the Highway without lights o clock saturday night. He died of clock sunday morning a vital Ypsilanti. Hourly Hurt in the same Accident miss Gator vein dish of Detroit or. Roach s Fiancee. They had the Michigan Iowa game Arbor. Mich. I message giving the a Norma of the injury of or. Roach was a fwd in Greencastle by mrs. Tract Potter his aunt and she Rcd the Young Man s parents Diomi cabe Home is Potter accompanied or. And Roa i the parents to Terrer sunday evening and will re Thor this evening tineral services will be held j Ithan amp sons funeral Home he haute 8 30 of clock wed a a morning followed by co Tiu services 9 o clock . Ben la Church with requiem mass. 1 will be in the Calvary Ceme a Torre haute. R Roach was a graduate of . Edicts parochial school Wiley school and Rose polytechnic Lute Terre haute. While mrs Fowler d. Brooks returned sunday from Houston tex., where she attended the 34th biennial convention of the supreme chapter of p. E. O. Sisterhood which was in session october 10 to 13 inclusive. Mrs Brooks served As a Delegate from chapters a h and i of Indiana. Marriage License Reuben Masten. Farmer. Belle Union and Martha Macy housekeeper Greencastle. J. F. Peffley funeral tuesday age Russellville citizen passed away Home saturday night 1 he a 8 a member of the Tau Tau military fraternity and the n 1 a a fraternity. After his Patlon from Rose poly in 1931 took a position with the de Trot in company in August of the 5<ar Aid has since been pm a Here As personnel research want. A sides the parents he is survived _ sister. Mrs. Clyde Perdiew a j1 Duvold Roach. Jr., and his n Mother mrs. Anna c. Schoen his tie. unt mrs. Potter of Green w. R. Hutcheson is reported , 1,18 Home on East Lwon Street. The two week s illness of John Franklin Peffley. 81 years old. Resulted in his death saturday night 11 40 o clock his Home near Russellville. He was born near russe i Ville feb. 10, 1856 a id was the son of Abraham i Mary Peffley. On sept. 30. 18.31. He married Emma Wilson who expired in 1916. Or. Peffley was a member of the Russellville Christian Church. Surviving Are two daughters. Mrs. Grace Gibbs near Russel Al Lac and mrs. Mabel Gooding Waynetown two Sens Clyde Peffley Indianapolis and Carl Peffley Russellville four grandchildren mrs. Tilda Lucas India polls mrs. Arthur i 1. Cincinnati and Vivian and Alva Peffley. Both of Russellville and three great grandchildren Charlene and Rovieta Lucas and Carrie Hill. One son. Kent Peffley died in 1922. Funeral services l be held the family residence one of clock tuesday afternoon. Burial will be in Hebron cemetery. Raymond Jones sentence suspended Cloverdale youth changed i plea before judge 8uth-Erlin monday a former judge of the Indiana state supreme court. Judge James p. Hughes who is a former judge of j the Putnam circuit court and now first assistant attorney general of the state appeared in the Putnam court saturday afternoon and pleaded for leniency in the Case of the state of Indiana is. Raymond Jones and won. Judge Hughes is a member of the Taw firm of Hughes. Suth Erlin and Hughes of Greencastle which firm was retained to represent Jones in the latter shearing before judge William m. Sutherlin in the local court. Jones a resident of Cloverdale and once a prisoner the state farm was before the Putnam court october 3 charged with Petit larceny and pleaded guilty being sentenced that time by judge Sutherlin to serve a term in the reformatory Pendleton. He was taken to the reformatory and began serving hts sentence but a few Days later was brought Back Here on an order from the Putnam court following the filing of a petition for a rehearing. When again before the local court saturday. Jones pleaded not guilty to the Petit larceny charge but the court found him guilty. He was fined $1 and costs and sentenced to the state penal farm for six months but the farm sentence was suspended during Good behaviour. The time that would fit Best into the Bank saw a a open no of Campus schedule. A committee com Trad fax. A Vrna Vos let Lav lha posed of representatives of the Cam Gernia. A Uon ads raw pus Owca religious education i mate Hals would irn prove cad club Oxford Fellowship. Student in forum student Chapel was made known that a com the faculty the administration and 7�?Ttmiti.ee of experts representing heavy various local churches met and worked out Tho plan and program. Speakers for the remaining months Are being selected now and some of the most powerful voices in the Church today will be heard on this series of program. the request of the committee. Bishop Hughes will use As the opening address his famous talk on re the fifth commandment in College other speakers on this series will be announced shortly. Comics and president of tin Reichs expected to leave Moscow during Tho week end. Instead he spent his time sight seeing without Contact with Industry including Krupp a munition works and the state railroads would leave for Moscow late today by air i phone to join other German technic ians in negotiations for development of russian transport facilities 1� i make russian raw materials mole readily available. A putting on the program. The riders arrived Home around a prominent Hendricks Sunset after a very enjoyable Outing. Members of b. P. O. E. County Farmer Dies Harrison Shields 81 years old passed away his Home South of to enjoy hallo we pm a c Amesville sunday evening 7 00 a i of clock after an extended illness of local members of the b. P. O. R j i veral months will have an Opportunity to celebrate i or Shields was a life Long resident a real halloween on tuesday evening. October 31 a masked Ball to be held the elks Home starting 9 00 p. M. According to Ray Herbert committee chairman the dance will be one of the Best of the year with the Home decorated in the full halloween effects and the guests dancing to the strains of Jack Mccartney and his orchestra. There will be prizes awarded to the Many different classifications of costumes these will be announced later. These prizes will probably include the Host dressed the most in Usua Etc. During the evening there will be refreshments of cake pie cider Etc. Full plans for the affair Are being made by the committee made up of Ray Herbert Gifford Black and Hoy Sutherlin. Of Franklin township in Hendricks county. He was a prominent Farmer and was vice president and director of the first National Bank of Coates Villa. For Many years. He was a member of the Amo friends Church. His wife. Mrs. Julia Newana i Shields preceded him in death december 30. 1937 he is survived by two daughters misses Stella Ard Callio Shields. Funeral services will be held tuesday morning 10 30 of clock from the Home. Interment will be made in the Stilesville cemetery. Berlin. Oct. 16 up a Ger-1 Man supreme command communique j asserted today that the same Summa i Rine which torpedoed the British i battleship Royal Oak with the loss i of 786 officers and men had badly damaged the 32,000 ton Battle Cruis i r repulse and put out of action. I the communique announcing the attack said Quot the same submarine which Sank the British battleship Royal Oak has torpedoed the British battleship repulse by a direct hit badly damaged her and rendered her unfit for confirmation of the claim would mean the third major German submarine Triumph Over the British Navy of the War following upon the sinking of the battleship Royal of and the aircraft Carrier courageous. Masonic notice e called meeting of Greencastle chapter no. 22 Royal Arch masons miss Frances Case of near Bainbridge went to Cincinnati to visit i natives. The High school basketball team included Frank Irvin Roy Harris. Lewis Hirt Jake Hirt and Carl Allen for the game with new Market. On the sidelines were Gilbert Snider. Eugene Peck. Clark Brackney. Quot Ike Browning. Harold Talbot and Henry Cook. James Zeis was assistant yell Leader. Donald Davidson was Leader of the Bedford newspaper is sold founded in 1889 Bedford. Ind., oct. 16 up Purchase of the Bedford daily mail from Fred b. Otis was announced today by John Fuller president of the Heltonville Limestone co. Otl3 had been part owner of the paper since 1889. The daily mail was started to 1892 As an outgrowth of a weekly paper. Car and truck hit one hurl name school paper adviser John Allen Boyd known in Greencastle As Quot Jack Quot Boyd is a journalism adviser for the publication. Quot the school spirit the Benjamin Bosse High school. Evansville. Or. Boyd is a member of the faculty of that school but has not been very Many years since he was in school in Greencastle. The paper is an outstanding example of a school 1 mrs. Homer Williams injured when truck was struck by Cloverdale car Homer Williams. 708 Maple avens Greencastle driving South past Orville Ewing sox a id covered Wagon outfit the Deer Creek Bridge on state Road 43. Sunday morning 8 15 in a Chevrolet truck was hit from the rear by Eugene l. Knoy s Ford As he also was passing the Ewing outfit. Knoy lives in Cloverdale. Mrs. Williams was Cut on the Arm leg and hand. She was to the county Hospital in an the foreign commissariat and was indicated that he had referred the russian final demands to his government. J. K. In Aas Kivi finnish special envoy. Was due Helsin fors today to consult his government. There was no doubt that something had gon wrong in the finnish russian negotiations. An official spokesman Helsin fors had said that negotiations had not broken Down was believed however that before sending Panasik Ivi Hack to Moscow the finnish government would consult Sweden. Norway and Denmark the meeting of nordic Heads of state to be held Stockholm wednesday under the chairmanship of King Gustaf v. Anxiety intensified Here because of the hitch in russian turkish negotiations. Which concerned Rumania most intimately. Russian troops were now not Only on the Bessarabia Border but on the Border of what was Poland. Authoritative quarters emphasized that they were not prepared to concede Russia an Inch of rumanian territory. Diplomatic quarters expressed belief Here that after farther consultations. Both Turkey and Finland would reach agreements with Russia. Though Tho positions of Turkey and Finland were admittedly difficult was Felt Here that in the end Turkey would have the support of great Britain and Franco As Well As Rumania and that Finland would have the support of the scandinavian countries and the moral Blessing of the United states. Turkish foreign minister Saracoglu was expected to Stop con stanza Rumania on his Way Back from Moscow to inform rumanian foreign minister Gafencu of the intimate details of his russian Nego i of a no in in in a nge poor i a today a weather a a and a a local temperature a a a a a a a a a a so partly Cloudy warmer in extreme Southeast portion colder in North ambulance where her injuries recely in tool tuesday ,.t. Ii ii i. We m i tuillium.-1 de treatment. Or. And m s. Stu iams i daughter who was with them was not injured nor was he. was reported by the police. The Williams Strucic was wrecked and the car was damaged. The affair was investigated by state police officers from the Pun Tarn Ville Barracks. Mrs. John Cannon. 509 e. Seminary i by Cloudy colder in South and East portions. Trip Riino october 17 7 30. Work drum corps and others in the drum. Publication. says of itself High tuesday Uci _. Wayne Gillen Bertram est rating. Quill scroll All Ameri Street has returned Home from a via i _ _. 11 111. 1. .1____�i,.� a. I in Mark and past masters degree. Lysle c. Green h. P. Fred m. Starr Sec. Huestis. Leonidas Mcneley Henry can rating n. S. P. A four times with her daughter. Mrs. Rodman Cook and Theodore Miles. Winner of i. U. Foxx Easton Penn. Minimum. 4 1 6 a. M 40 7 a. A. M 8 a. M81 9 a. A. 56 a 10 a. A. 62 11 a. A. 68 12 noon. 68 1 p. M70 2 p. A. 71
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