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Greencastle Daily Banner (Newspaper) - October 21, 1939, Greencastle, Indiana/ the weather fair and warm 4 0 u my forty eight the daily Banner a Wjt Waves for ally Greencastle Indiana saturday october 21, 1939 St Duzer do play is applauded Neh Reynolds wins use Foll outstanding portrayal by repeated tonight of play in timely in Light present Day neutrality discussions Fred Purnell reported to be seriously ill fed s. Puinell former represent Ive in Congress from this District is critically ill in a Hospital in Washington Cd a according to a Telegram received by mrs. Sonia Ross of Veedersburg who is a Cousin of mrs Puinell. He has been suffering from i a heart ailment the past year and suffered a relapse a few Days ago. A terrorism Breaks of t Shanghai. O t 2 up International settlement police in full was hi., carrying sub i gum an l support i by tanks guarded Roa is to. Dering the foreign area today after an Outback of terrorism alleged to have been inspired by the japanese dominated police of the adjoining tatar area. In the curtain fell on Duzer production of the late Sidney in s Quot the ghost of Yankee a Quot last night the applause Sig appreciation of two in Elstak successful features. One was or formate e of Rosa Neil Rey Depauw Junior from Gary he other was the author s pre j fun Fri Knpp will Tion of the struggle Between 1 Mil so and practical ism specifical-1 to it a a i it i ii entered on american neutrality. 1 1 Iii i 11 Day will be Given again tonight 1 15 of clock in the Little theatre. It Rem Stu Quot District t of m. Howard wrote play Sev years ago before death the a it legislative quarrel about ods of neutrality was not Clear-1 fined however he did predict struggle Between Complete is lists and free traders without the possibility of any Compro Between the two extremes. He i the action of the play High months after Quot the next world just after an american ship no forbidden exports has been by a belligerent. And he local a planters warehouse i i i in a a fit i so fair ran kill it i top i v Quot a m san Francisco oct. 21 the a san Francisco world s fair management filed proceedings under a spec Al Section of the emergency bankrupt Laws Federal court today Quot a noting help of the court was sought for Quot an orderly and equitable liquid Aren of its the petition fated debts of 54 606,914. The proceedings were Fil d under chapter 11, a Section of the bankruptcy inns to enable a composition of debts for unsecured c redi toes. Us t Mav be file i in this Way Only by those threatened with involuntary Bai pm Etc y proceedings attorneys a of pm aimed a Kingfors assets were listed but net Avaiu a up Finland s it 4 4 4 4 All the Home news in no Tiki i e 4 fee no. 5 Finland sends negotiators to Moscow Finland seen a anxious to Settle Issue due to Cost of army tension been lessened recent developments including Roosevelt a message to Kalinin has cheered finns Finland. Oct. 21. A negotiators Leav ated in the petition. The list contain tonight for Moscow to discuss rus cd chiefly a description of the Imp asian demands that have caused this �?�ou3 Budd nos f the Golden Gate in a country to fear for her Independence t my exposition and of the and other nordic countries for their concessions preparing today for an neutrality. E. C Hurch will have Allday meeting Here Bishop Titus Lowe the new Bishop i of the methodist Church for the in j Diana Polis area will be in Greencastle All Day tuesday oct. 24. The occasion is the fall meeting of the Greencastle District conference of the methodist Church. Bishop Lowe will address the conference of ministers and laymen at 11 00 on the topic a the newer he will again address the conference at 8 the Story by showing the effect j p m be topic for evening and Utra Lity on the Liberal owner of a dress is a the biggest business in 1-and-die works largely depend i the a the Bishops banquet n foreign Trade. The result is will be served by the la Des of the Ely play with speeches that j Gobin memorial Church at 6 15 where it is expected three Hund top crop North Carolina faced Selling problem As state harvested its biggest tobacco crop in All history. Crop goes More than 600,000,000 pounds. Above is scene outside Louisburg warehouse where tobacco is dumped in Street await no space on auction floor. Three weeks War Holiday aggravated Selling conditions. Close to Home. Reynolds plays the widow of manufacture re a brother. The per action of the play revolves old her and she vindicates the stance of her role. Her voice is Tion of doctor j. E Church forum to hear or. Mueller will Tell of conditions existing in present Day Germany or. E. M. Mueller will speak before the presbyterian Church forum on sunday morning. October 22 on conditions in Germany with special reference to the Church prof. Mueller returned from Germany in septem red guests will assemble to Honor j bar of two year and wll speak with and Welcome the new Bishop. I authority on this subject. The District program has been a Thea Short talks on current topics planned Aid will be under the Diec j Keig presented each sunday morn i. O. O. F. Members visit with Harmony Lodge the following Odd Fellows of Greencastle visited with Harmony Odd Fellows Friday evening Homer Lucas. Holmes Craver Gilbert Rogers. Frank Ashworth. C. H. Meikel and John a. Friend. The boys got together Early in the evening and decided to go somewhere and it being Harmony a meeting night they were chosen victims. A Good time was had by All. And several Good talks for the Good of the order were Given and the boys from Greencastle were invited Back and also a visit from Harmony was promised in the near future. Porter super filing and her bearing always she manages to get every Froni the part that Howard for mrs. Garrison Lliam Belshaw As James Madi Clevenger an owner of a news a Chain makes the strongest intendant of the Greencastle District. The program beginning at 9 30 in the morning will Lay stress on three vital Points of the Church activities for the District and conference Modem evangelism Christian education and the world wide missionary re role a Good portrayal of the a possibility of the Church. Tical Man who is also the master very situation. Although Par sympathetic the role written by Howard finally shows i unworthy of mrs. Garrisons the evening program will he Given in the Church auditorium and will begin at 7 30 with a thirty min Ute concert by the University choir. The Bishop will make address at because of this dictator like j 8 00. The Public is cordially invited a to of using even personal 1 to All the programs of the Lay and to further Power. J especially to the evening session no Dudley As an entirely Dif j Bishop Lowe is a magnetic Petson to Type of newspaper editor and j laity and a dynamic speaker. He has k Macek As the manufacturer j served the Church at Home and Ide the opposition to practical i abroad in various capacities and their liberalism seems worthy comes to Indiana with an inspiring Quot Engual Triumph even though in and challenging message for the a world it is forgotten and Church and churchmen a Eis. 1 Quot Vid Stevens and Morrison Kline e the most of the two smaller Rolle i Oles. Iss Reynolds and Virginia Sun who plays mrs. Garrisons her Are Lucky in that their in f Nite Tirol Lains Western rout withdrawal body of woman found on engine lag arc increasing in popularity and attendance. Prof. W. A Jones presented a very illuminating talk last sunday on subject Quot russian and this coming sunday s program on Germany will be very interesting and informative. Prof Vigeland will be the speaker on october 29 on the program starts at 9 45 a. M in the presbyterian Church auditorium and Greencastle residents Are urged to attend and Benefit by this outstanding series which is to extend Over a period of forty weeks. The series of topics and speakers for the month of november will be announced next week. Set is peril for Dies itunes is pc Etc a record week end attn Doc. the Advance october 29 Coain late nears. Vizard civilian lives Hoover explains he opposes Sale of is a makings Poison Gas bombers or bombs autos damaged in 3 a wreck polic e investigating collision at College ave. And skm1nak1 Friday night investigation is being made by to ? police of reports a car div on by Bob Burton was headlights at 9 15 Friday nig tit when it sex communist. Now serving 11 pm Irb Gopi m take reprisals Washington. Oct. 21 up Fred Beal former communist party organizer now serving a North car Lonia state prison term. Friday urged the House committee on in american activities to guard its witnesses a Gatas t reprisals by party members and the Opu. Soviet russian secret police Agency. Beal testifying in regard to communist activities states told the new York oct. 21 former president Herbert Hoover declared last night that the time had come for America to take a Clear and explicit stand on wars against civilians Anil that a whatever else May be done 1 about tin embargo America should 1 i not sell bombing planes their bombs. 1 Poison Gas or in an address prepared for an arc network. Or. Hoover gave 1 reasons for proposal ten Days goof a substitute for either repeal of. The embargo or no repeal it was understood that finance minister v. Tanner former Premier i would accompany j. K. Paas Kivi the previous negotiator on this trip. They will go by train arrive in mos cow monday morning and probably j will be received at the Kremlin the j same Day. Paas Kivi Finland a ambassador to Sweden who previously went to Moscow to hear the russian demands. The nature of which have not been disclosed officially was said to have asked that Tanner go Back with . It was believed that Russia had demanded concessions on finnish islands As a sequal to military concessions obtained from Esthonia. Latvia and Lithuania. Although Finland kept 300,000 soldiers mobilized and parts of the russian Frontier evacuated against an emergency the general feeling Here was much easier than it had been a few Days ago. This was attributed to three factors 1 turkeys Alliance with the allies which it was believed would a Pronos-1 keep Russia s attention entered on Al a that in what we do. We seek for 1 ,1 a l �ill11 la it la a my in if to a firm basis in Broad humanity. A he said speech was designed in the United a partly to a Clear up a j committee that 1 As to stand on the question of american party members threatened this country a Selling arms to Quot liquidated when he broke from the party because it failed to live up to expectations. He said that similar threats might be made to committee witnesses. He told the group that so far of he is concerned Quot i m out of the Way of any possible the witness serving a seventeen to Twenty year sentence in connection with violence during the Gastonia. N. A. Textile strike in 1929. Cobin Church ill hold peace service i peace conference commis sign Field worker will so Kyd sunday proposal he Sahl was that this1 country prohibit the Sale of the Wen Pons used to terrorize and attack Civ j milians bombing plants their Ammu nit inn. Poison Gas am submarines i and sell the instruments such As go memorial methodist Church Pursuit planes Light observation i in keeping with the Call issued by planes anti aircraft guns Anil their the general conference commission ammunition which Enn be used to on world peace to observe sunday defend civilian populations against october 22, As peacemakers Sim such attacks. I he Day. Has planned a most impressive said Quot that for peace service to tie held at a 40 a. Was crowded in Between two other appeared on the stand for the second taif. Present we limit our arms Liuasi j m tomorrow. Herman will. Or primitive baptists will meet at eel River Church Bill. Scale offensive possible at this time of year arts. Oct. 21 up a a military it of the Semi official Petit pain asserted today that the French command made its strategic id Rawal on the Western front this k because it had reached the delusion that no big scale Offen would be possible at this time of i. Authority also developed Furr the assertion that the French planned the withdrawal Only of pc paring a new intermediate line defense which made its position # stronger. N their september Advance this tier said the French intended to up sufficient German territory that they could build without influence from the germans a in Ltd intermediate line near the tier. This they did. He asserted d then when the line had been com ced left Only Small outposts who orders to Retreat before any Gor-1 attack. A steady cold rain persisted still front Steamer sends s. O. An . P. I oct. 21 up a corporation of America interred an sos from the British earner new Mathilde today. She �1 she was in distress East of Ning and required immediate As get amp nce. Victim identified As mrs. Clara Myers 55, of five Points Indianapolis oct. 21�?a new York Central train from Cincinnati sped into indie Napolis yesterday with the body of mrs. Clara Myers. 55. Ledger o i the locomotive Pilot and Roy Mccannon of Cincinnati the Engineer unaware that she had been killed. Authorities investigating the death Learned that mrs. Meyers who lived near five Points a suburb Southwest of Indianapolis had been struck by the train at a crossing near her Home. Mrs. Raymond Rode who lives near the crossing told officers she saw mrs. Meyers step in front of the train. Mcc Jinon said he brought the train to a Stop when signalled by a Railroad employee who saw the body on the locomotive As it crossed Sherman drive in Indianapolis. Previously a Towerman at suburban Beech Grove had noticed the body and was unable to signal the Engineer. Large Tina catch Halifax. N. S., oct. 21.�?More than 70 tons of Bluffin tuna were caught by visiting fishermen during the 19119 season final tabulations showed today. The largest weighed 890 pounds and was caught by John Manning los Angeles. Putnam county Post of the american legion will meet in regular session monday evening at 8 o clock at the legion Home. Primitive baptists will go to the eel River Church in Clay county for their service sunday and the sunday after the meeting will be with the Deer Creek Church South of Wostlund on the National Road in Putnam county. Last sunday at the Hoosier Highlands hotel there were 102 persons present it the meeting members and friends. They a Ore from seven Baptist churches the gospel was preached by elders air Hart of Browns Valley Flash Quot a of Gardner me., and Hurst of Coates Ville. There were persons c Eson from Terre haute Brazil Greene a the Center Point Knightsville and , the sermons were greatly enjoyed. A Bountiful dinner was spread in the hotel and the fire in the big fireplace was greatly enjoyed automobiles in front of the Depauw speech Hall the former College m. E. Church at the intersection of Seminary Street and. College Avenue. The three cars involved in the affair were damaged. Sam Hanna s car was parked on. It time Friday As the committee con Ness right there. I Chicago Youthful Field worker for to need its inquiry into communism 1�?~hrfore 1 proceed 1 wish to Clear the general conf truce commission up a Mislim Presslor As to this pro-1 in world peace will he present and Punsal. I have not proposed that we i speak upon the subject. A where do a Divide every kind of weapon used in a we go from a War into defensive weapons and of-1 Rev. Claude m. Mcclure will lie in and nazi activities. Yankee Pitt Iier red Indianapolis oct 21 up Oral Hildebrand pitch i world Champion Yankees Cut o i pitching hand pensive weapons nor the West Side of College Avenue or for be world Champion Yankee r Gene penningto1 High Sehy of to Ich nurse j or and band director was living today North past the Hanna car. Aab Irton Hildebrand s automobile Colli be i drove South in a Coupe. Head on with another last night. Six it is reported there was not sufi Indianapolis school True hours cent apace Between the Hanna and angers in the other amp utry Obil Ltd it Pennington cars for another to pass but that Burton at tempted to get be Ween. The Hanna car had a running Board and fender torn off with other damages and the other Cas Weie damaged considerably also. That we em-1 charge of the service and Bob Crock Bur of such offensive weapons and r of Chicago will read tin put sell such defensive weapons on that basis. A Kwh i have proposed is to limit Litany. Music will be provided by or. Thompson and the Church choir. Dale Ltd to has been appointed to serve mrs. William b. Newman services held today funeral services were held at Rick Chapel this afternoon for mrs also. At 3 o clock the Opportunity William b. Newman of Coatsville for handshaking with the Ministeri whose death at the age of 33 years and the congregation dispersed with Happy thoughts of the Day. French Retreat from Saa Bruecken area Berlin oct. 21 up a Tho Carman High command asserted today that French troops had retreated yesterday from a part of the warn i Forest West of Saa Bruecken an area which the French took in the Early Days of the War. A High Conj and communique noted increased artillery and reconnaissance activity at several Points Between the Moselle River and Saar Buecken. On other parts of the front it was said there was Only slight artillery fire. Firemen make runs a trash fire at the Home of mis. Meda Long 203 North College called out the City fire department of 7 30 this morning. There was no financial loss. The garage at the Home of Man son Buster. 505 Elm Street was burned this Forenoon. Occurred thursday at the Home of mrs. Wilbur Arnold a sister living on a farm near Greencastle. The Rev. Jones pastor of the m. E. Church at Coatesville was in charge of the services. Interment was at the Little Walnut cemetery. In addition to mrs. Arnold. Mrs. Newman is survived by her husband. William b. Newman her parents. Or. And mrs. Chris Knauer and two Brothers. Earl and Cecil Knauer. Injured one seriously. A near and of arms pm Barrio debate our basis of action first to that part a As acolyte. The hour is Ripe for act of War carried on against civilians. I Ion growing out of religious judg and second that we confine our ac-1 Menta on the issues of War and Pence j Tion to certain specific weapons not w before Congress and the count. J which i have what to do in keeping the United a a every child in Europe knows its states out of War a a Means of Best isl u boils Down to Tion of 1 1 la Lal of existing Law 20 years ago in Greencastle John Arthur Friend was the speaker at the Christian Church. Misses Bernice Gladys Hammond enrolled As senior and freshman. Respectively in the High school mrs. Jessie Allee Byrd and daughter of Indianapolis visited relatives Here. Harry Hawkins of Greencastle and miss Myrtle Marquis of Harmony were married at the Bride s Home. The s. C. C. Club met with miss Ruth Stewart. Washington. Oct. 21 i up the administration shut the door to truth or modifications in its neutrality program As the Senate begun what is expected to be the last two Days of general debate on e it a alg the arms embargo. Chairman key Pittman d., Nev. Of the Senate foreign relations committee said the administration had Quot reached its limit in agreeing to strengthen Cash and carry provisions of the present Bill and to Liberado a restrictions on american shipping. Quot we have gone As far As it is Safe to Pittman said in an interview. �?�1 therefore will oppose any further liberalization. Quot the Issue now is brought Down to the question of retention or repeal of the existing embargo Law a general debate probably will end monday and consideration of Amenu ments will Start anew. Leaders on both sides believe a final vote late next week is probable. Destruction Carnes from bombing planes and Poison Gas a he continued a equally every child knows that Pursuit planes. Observation planes searchlights Ati air if it guns and Gas masks Are its defense. Every child in Europe can Tell these weapons or. Hoover said. A i am not now arguing what will be Best for War in general. I am discussing War on i women children and no fighting bombing from the air and use of Poison Gas on civilians Means he said that Tho world has gone Back to savagery Quot chivalry is certainly dying in our world. A there Are such things in the world As moral and humane standards. Despite All the dialectic ians to the contrary. I confess at times that it seems of Little Avail to raise these banners aloft but unless they be raised unless there be some Check on this world degeneration there will be nothing left of this civilization. I a i am interested in America hold ing to moral foundations in these times when civilization itself is Rock helping Europe and the world Khali the United states neutrality to strengthened shall we support the forming of a Neutral bloc of nations for continuing mediation will we sacrifice for Pence now rather than pay the unbearable Price of War inter these and other momentous questions facing the work will be considered in tomorrow s service. Persons actively interested in the problem of world peace Are most cordially invited to attend. Bestow Wii ii on Minton Washington. Oct. 21 the democratic whip. Senator Minton of Indiana received a 25-foot Hynek nuke whip when colleagues celebrated forty ninth birthday at a luncheon at the Capitol Friday. He Inbe Ritel a Short rid tag crop As a Symbol of office when he got the Job of whip last summer but recently it lends decided he Nee Jed something More Businesslike. Kicked by horse Hansel Nichols. Greencastle. R. 3. Received serious cuts bruises and lacerations about the face and head when he was kicked by a horse Early Friday morning. He was brought to the county Hospital where it was reported that or. Nichols was badly injured. It it it it it it it it it it it today a weather o 0 and 0 0 local temperature 0 0 0 0 0 he gave As one reason for pro it it it it w it postal of a substitute for repeal or no partly Cloudy cooler in extreme repeal of the embargo a to find on Northwest saturday proceeded by this or some other basis More unit a but t scattered showers in South and in our own the conflict on i extreme East saturday Foreman the question he said Quot has begun to sunday talk with mild temperatures take on a bitterness that threatens our National Solidarity in face of dangers. A patriotic men and great groups whose sole purpose is american interest Are being denounced As pro Hitler or pro British when in fact null Nurul on Page two minimum. 53 6 a. A. 53 7 a. A 5.1 8 a. M.-. 34 9 a. 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