Read an issue on 27 Oct 1939 in Greencastle, Indiana and find what was happening, who was there, and other important and exciting news from the times. You can also check out other issues in The Greencastle Daily Banner.
We use Optical Character Recognition (OCR) technology to make the text on a newspaper image searchable. Below is the OCR data for 27 Oct 1939 Greencastle Daily Banner in Greencastle, Indiana. Because of the nature of the OCR technology, sometimes the language can appear to be nonsensical. The best way to see what’s on the page is to view the newspaper page.
Greencastle Daily Banner (Newspaper) - October 27, 1939, Greencastle, IndianaA a a a a a a the weather a x1h and c cooler 4-4 4-0 rms forty eight the daily Banner q 44-4-4-4-4-4-4-4-0 a All the Home news 4 United press service 4 # a it it Waves for All Wing increases capacity to Hospital is proof t people Are thinking of humanity staff is Given followed an overwhelming nov a de vote in favor of expenditure Indiana Friday october 27, 1939. No. 10 now rate to new York granted All my Lycra of Putnam county have no disposition to state in Dol-1 cents the real value to them Putnam county Hospital alas it now stands it is Cost something like $150,000. Is not include the $33.000 contributed by the Public administration of the Federal tie nth a sum raised from tax it ome form or another of and in which Putnam county Lares to some extent. W to the Hospital now. With 1 Lar attention paid to the new Wals proof that people these e thinking of the matter of humanity. The original e Cost something like $95,-Hout Federal Aid. Its erection an overwhelming county jote in favor of the expenditure Gas prior to 1923, As. In that its construction was completed Hospital was occupied latest expenditure was made county commissioners and the Council after Opportunity Iven for taxpayers to Remon they did not object and the proceeded after the Federal As was secured. Ever it should l e kept in mind his amount of Money was not ended on the new Wing alone addition to the Cost of the paid for the new heating Plant remodelling and for new int in the older part of the the first floor is a general kit and dining room especially for Juros a general main diet kit a Dis washing room a storage and a Large refrigeration Plant thi second floor there Are four k ins and one 3-bed Ward service rooms. A the third floor which is known be maternity department the a Iree private rooms and one 3-Sard. With a Nursery for new this latter is an interesting and that fact is acknowledged plans for it. As there has been into the Wall Between it and a Ridor a window through which 18 in the corridor May View the without entering their room important provision made in Der part of the Hospital on the floor is the change of the for general Kitchen into an a Ray and enlarged Laboratory. On a third floor of the original hos die delivery room has been in and the surgery capacity has much changed. In the a Ray new equipment Are the expo proof switches in the controls he surgery lamps so that the Vapours May not be ignited by Nee spark. A a removal of the heating Plant in Hospital to the new building that purpose has liberated rooms basement of the older builder important uses. Her the Furnace and boiler room a heating Plant is a Large room h is designated As the laundry hut is used Only for storage at this time in new Wing increases the total cd to of the Hospital from about so patients. E nurses of the institution Are Yter to the utmost their new onilm., on i it not a two Indiana University alumni and former students in Greencastle will be Given the advantage through the University alumni association of a Low rate to new Yolk where the Indiana football team will meet Ford Ham in the Polo grounds on armistice Day it was announced today by Marshall d. Abrams president of the Indiana University alumni club of Greencastle. Arrangements have been completed permitting Hooser football fans to travel to new York by special train from Indianapolis with the football squad leaving thursday november 9. Spending two Days in new York and returning sunday nov. 12, or. Abrams said. Program for old Gold Day is completed kith Judd s father near death from Shock Phoenix. Ariz. Oct. 27. Up a Winnie Huth Judd a bedridden father the Rev. H. J. Mckinnell was at the Point of death today from Shock Over the escape of his murder Dkl ecu University s color Ess daughter from the Arizona state Ful Homecoming Celebration nov. I t o present initial performance of Quot Naug Lity Marietta will to presented Friday evening Asylum. Physicians said that if he succumbed. The Tiger woman could add Bracelet her own fathers death to her list of killings. Danville paper tells of election Coatsville it Wei dates Are not Mich concerned with voting the Tovin election in Coatesville a Hendricks county just Over the property tax use question raised in Hendricks coi qty funds used in connection with Road work before c. F. Griffiths Field examiner for the state Board of tax commissioners. Relative to the use of proper strikes at critics of War policy president spoke As sen to neared final action of repeal proposal gave four definitions Eli Imp a critics of Perpet rating Quot one of tin worst l Akes in current history the program for old Gold Day. It Pauw University s colourful Homecoming Celebration which will be observed saturday has been completed. It will in reality be a three Day Celebration opening with the annual fall meeting of the joint Board of trustees und visitors Friday afternoon and closing with the old Gold Church service sunday at which president Clyde e. Yudman will be the speaker. A Thermal dinner honouring the trustees and the members of t in a tax funds in connection with Road faculty will be Given by the univer work and the ruling of the Field Man sity Friday night. Scheduled for the there was in accordance with the sesame evening is the initial per Orin vision Here in Putnam county line from Putnam november 7. Is i Ance of Quot naughty Marietta a Victor t in Hendricks county the county not causing much excitement the Herbert slight opera which is i budget contained a proposed expend i Ahi Oad. Boy scout troop made plans for hike boy scout troop 43, met thursday evening in the basement of the Gobi memorial methodist Church. Forty three boys were present for the meeting. Games were played and i fish intents of doughnuts cider started series of Diplomat Turkey deals serious blow by Aid pact Washington. Oct. 27 president Roosevelt striking out at critics who charge that his foreign policy May Lead the United states to War. Accused them last night of Perpe iterating a one of the worst fakes in current in and out of con in Hendricks county a question j Gross he a Aid. Orators have been sj5,000 somewhat similar to one which arose a a beating their breasts and proclaim in Putnam county not Long ago. Was ing against sending the boys of american mothers to fight on the battlefields of this he asserted in a radio address. Is a a shameless and dishonest no person in any Post of responsibility anywhere in the United states he said has Ever suggested that american boys be sent to fight und apples were served. Plans were made for an overnight hike to be saturday night. October 28. Jack Armstrong will be in charge of the hike. All boys Are to meet at Gobin Church saturday morning at 10 30 o clock. Plans Are made to stay All night at the scout Cabin at the Airport. If on Terence to Aff dec t policies m ill Man estate receives attack is asked id three sons of wife by previous marriage i Danville Republican says j Given this year in place of the Cus it won t make much difference to j Tomary old Gold Day play. Saturday will be the big Day on the Campus and hundreds of alumni a a expected. Theta Sigma Phi. Women s journalistic fraternity will publish an old Gold Day Issue of the de Pauw. Student newspaper. The Homecoming Chapel is scheduled for 10 30 Max Dillon which Way the election in Coatesville goes. He s on both tickets for trustee from the third Ward. Citizens of that town have two tickets in the Field neither along National or political lines and As could be Learned no particular issues other than those who Are in want to stay in and those who Are out want to get in. The Quot citizens Quot ticket Are the ones that Are in with the exception of Max Dillen who is sure to get in. They Are h. H. Hathaway trustee first Ward Woodson a. Samall trustee. Iture of $12.000 for l ight of Way and j the president s speech made As the examiner said he would have tothe Senate neared the final action on advise against such an expenditure his proposal to repeal the anus pm the new fund had been set up by county officials in order to relieve gasoline tax of this expenditure that it might be applied on the Purchase of right of Way for a new state Highway across the Western part of the of clock in Meharry Hall. President county connecting Jamestown North Wildman will preside and will Intro j Salem new Winchester Coatesville Duce the four speakers who will make and Stilesville. Short talks. They Are Joe Edwards. A during the hearing a Large Dele had worked so Well that he wished Depauw senior from Indianapolis and 1 gation was present from the West it it for More of it in the Field of do Bargo was delivered from the White House under the auspices of the new York Herald Tribune forum on Quot the wars Challenge to the United the president also praised the Quot majority of the press and the radio j for a a objective reporting of the International situation. He said this acting Captain of the football team Don Wheaton. 33, of Chicago considered Depauw a greatest football in part of the county presenting a Boatic plea that the appropriation for the after repeating that this country fund be left in the budget however a a Neutral and does not intend to get the president second Ward and c. D. Knight clerk treasurer. 1 player or. Clyde c. Tull 05, head or. Griffith claimed that he Felt the involved in the War the Quot Square Deal Quot ticket Are the f department of English at co appropriation Froni property taxes a Haid ones wanting in Frank Grimes trus nei1 College and or. William g. J was illegal and declared that the Quot that we can be Neutral in tee. First Ward Raymond Rollings i Seaman. 91, former Depauw Facury state Board had already Cut a Sim i thought As Well As in act is. As i trustee second Ward Dillon trustee member one time president of Day Dar request from the budget of have said before impossible of Ful Kota Wesleyan University and now a Grant county. Fill mint because again the people thin Ward and George clerk treasurer. Masten Pope tells of new world order a methodist Clergyman at Portsmouth. Ohio. A feature of the Chapel will be the a the Western part of the county Call presentation of the old Gold Brae i cd a mass meeting Here. May 15, let to mrs. Ella j. Browder of Chi 1 and made demands on the county Cago who is the oldest living woman commissioners that they comply with graduate of Depauw. Mrs. Browder j requests of the state Highway Corn received her degree in 1872. The Mission in procuring additional Bracelet goes to her following the re a right of Way for the straightening cent death of mrs. Bettie Locke and widening of the Road which Hamilton 71. J would then be taken into the state the Homecoming football game a system. The commissioners Are now will be played with Franklin College i in the process of procuring the right the new fund had been created i of is country thinking things after some one Hundred residents of1 through calmly and without prejudice. Have been and Are making up one of Del Auw sol it lest rivals. Between halves of the game miss Margaret Lancaster Depauw Junior co d says it must rest on natural Law and divine revelation Vatican City oct. 27.�? up Pope Pius said in his first encyclical today that when the War ends the new order of the world National from Ottumwa Iowa will be Crown As Well As International must rested Homecoming Queen. She was not on Quot Quicksand depending Only elected to this Honor by the student on the selfish interests of groups or body. Individuals but on natural Law and following the football game a divine a Homecoming mixer for alumni Stu dents faculty and parents will be held in Bowman gymnasium. It if he a get together without formal program. All fraternities sororities and University Hall of residence and University Halls of residence have planned alumni dinners to Welcome their graduate members sat i of Way. Ship in route in a part of his message which seemed aimed directly at such totalitarian types of government As those of nazi Germany and communist Russia the Pope warned that to consider the state As something ultimate. Subordinating everything to a it could not fail to harm the True j lasting Prosperity of nations. J or Hajj evening. I a this can happen when Unrestrict-1 old Gold Ilay. As a Homecoming de domination is conferred on the j tradition at Depauw was establish a state As having a mandate from the in 11 07. The program attracts Grea. Nation and the people or even from a j i a crowds each year and has been Exso Cial class or when the slate ar-1 pand cd into the highlight of the fall rotates such domination to itself As Calendar. Saturday november 11, absolute master despotic ally with �11 be dads Day on the Campus out any mandate whatsoever a he continued in direct and Sharp contrast to his remark i Aix it it unspecified totalitarian nations the Pope said a your heart is joyous especially at the thought that we can count among Friendly Powers our dear to in Man port future St Ati s of vessel defends on \ Eki hcs to of German it of Jet their minds about relative merits of current events on other continents. Quot it is a fact increasingly Manifest that presentation of real news has sharpened the minds and the judgment of men and women everywhere in these Days of real Public discussion and we americans begin to i know the difference Between the i truth on the one Side and the falsehood on the other no matter How often the falsehood is iterated Ami i reiterated. Repetition does not transform a lie into a discussing propaganda he said it was perhaps a Good thing that con Gross Hail been the much buffeted estate of Wade Millman lately deceased eccentric Farmer of Lioyd township received an ther attack in the Putnam circuit court wednesday afternoon when a cd aim was filed a gains it in which $25,000 about one half of the estate is asked by three sons of or. Mall Many a wife by her prior marriage. m. Blessing of d.in-. 1 Villa is attorney for the claimants who arc Ivan s. Leathers Cyril leathers and Raymond leather 3. They live in Hendricks county. The claim of these three step Chil Tiren of or. Millman is based on an alleged contract which they say. Was entered into by or. Millman their Mother Ida leathers , after he and she became reconcile d following the filing of a divorce com Lila it. In 1935. It is said in this claim that two copies of the Ndege contract were signed by both parties but that these co Lei were either inst a a destry is. In the in is set out what the claimants say is an unsigned but veritable copy of the contract. This alleged contract As set out in the claim gives to mrs. Milloni nil Wing their reconciliation to acres of land in Putnam county on which the Home was located also Stock in the Plainfield building and loan association of the value of $3,000 and or Millman was to pay Cyril leathers one of the children of mrs. Mill i Man the sum of $2 000. All of which a provisions were carried out by a or. I Milman the claim says. But. It say j it addition to these considerations or. Millman in the event of his own death before that of his wife was to leave her one half of All his property exclusive of anything Given to her by the terms of the said contract and if she died before his death such half interest was to go to her children. The claim Aveis that or. Mylma Many drawn in situation Paris asserts King of Arabia refused Gem an offer of military supplies for Oil London oct. 27 up Turkey s Mutual Aid pact with great Britain jul France now generally accepted a serious diplomatic defeat for i Many has started a series of dip somatic conferences calculated to of act policies of countries All the was rom the Danube and the Nile to a he n pan Frontier it was disclosed today. Rumania Bulgaria. Yugoslavia air Luy Egypt Irak a Iran Persia ind Afagh m Stan have been drawn to the situation. One result of the turkish British frence pact according to reports in Paris was to thwart a secret German Effort to obtain Oil rights in near East and with Russia s Aid to in be Runke a Gigantic diplomatic it ack against the British and French aositioh�?~1 in Asia. A United press Paris dispatch quoted informants As saying Quot islam has been lined up with the Paris asserted that Ibn Saud. Whig of saudi Arabia had refused a German offer of military supplies in return for Oil prospecting rights in his kingdom in was reported it Paris also that Baron a it n Papon Adolf Hitler s diplomatic trouble shooter was sent As special ambassador to Turkey Parry by to suggest a split Between Germany. T a r hot great Ink Iran Oil zone. To was suggested in Paris that this pm an had now faded. But that oven if negotiations had pro sided Italy would have been most Likely to oppose it. Connected with the Mcneial near Eastern situation was the attitude Britain is taking toward Russia. It was reported in usually reliable quarters that Britain replying to Russia s blockade to the would if firm its right to deny essential goods to Germany but would do it in a Friendly Way. British sources did not anticipate arty ply a it non Versy with Russia in the matter. As regards Russia s stand the it the British contraband control was unjustified. It was disclosed that objections to it had been received from Argentina and Chile and that Japan had asked for information regarding it. Deluged with it. ,. Instead 1 of adhering to these Alleg d i from time to time in behalf of Var considerations left his property to i a thu sub. Eugene and Madeline Hubei und a members of the House of repro. Senta Tives and the Senate he explained. Quot begin to discriminate nowadays Between honest spontaneous unsolicited expressions of opinion on Del scout week includes events prop guess who the first to guess last week s picture was Gilbert ogles of Jefferson township end he identified the picture As being a. P. Mullins local Dru twist. Mrs. Willyum Hartman. I Street was the first within the City limits to guess Cor in Civ or Mullins has been Active in business circles in Greencastle Ami a. Been in his present business a Little Bette. Than Twity y. Ars. Organizes new sunday school Gobin memorial methodist Church school has organized a sunday school class for the business and professional single men and women As Well As older youth of the congregation. Or. James Wesley Childers popular professor in Depauw University has been secured As teacher. The class will Nieset every sunday morning at o clock in the cast gallery of the Church. A Large number have signified their intention of being present next sunday morning. Mrs. C. W. D. Hildebrand Temperance superintendent. Has planned a most interesting program for sunday which is world Temperance sunday. The women a classes will meet together to hear a special speaker. Temperance services will be held throughout the various departments of the , oct 27 up the american steamship City of Flint is j f vote no and the in route to a German port the name an a Lipit f ma8�?z of which is being kept secret author-1 Ano her portion of his speech i the president said there were two distinct dangers to democracy tin a peril from those who seek the Ful Flitt found in struck rainfall sized German qua i t ers said today. It was confirmed that the City of sailed yesterday from Murmansk. The future status of the vessel and its cargo depends entirely on a verdict by the German prize court at Hamburg it was stated officially. German quarters still were unable to say with certainty where the City of flints american seamen Are hut it was reported that they May have left the ship at Romsoe. Norwegian port to which the City of Flint first was taken after it was seized by the germans. In any Case authorized quarters said american members of the City of flints Crew Are not being held and arc free to leave the ship any time they wish. The Small son of or. And mrs. Morris Cline of i Leesville who is in the Riley Hospital at Indianapolis remains about the same. The baby is seriously ill. Today s picture is of a Man who Hait lived in the county and has been Active in for the last i Vetal vac a Chu,.rh school. He is a Young business Man and should m at be easily identified that Winner s inst week were a Cycle free tickets to the Vonc sett a theater to see Quot the Elzar i of of Quot. It is easy to win two free tickets so try your Luck and Call your guess into the office of the Dally Rainier As As you receive you paper. 10 40 morning worship service will have for his Sermon subject Quot goals of music will be provided by the Church choir under the direction of or. Van Denman Thompson. Dale Cue acolyte will assist at the altar. 20 years ago in Greencastle or. Ami mrs. Edgar Spaniel wore the proud parents of a ten Pound daughter Marjory Ruth born on the 27th. Russell Brown of the first National Bank Quot is driving a Nobby to a he aids rainfall amounting to 1.90 inches these last few Days brought great Relief to the Day soil a it of Putnam county giving fall pasturage a grip on life helping fall wheat to make Progress and aiding Farmers to their livestock by branches helps fall wheat i Ogress and Pasti ices filament of ideals it a Pace too fast for the machinery of the modern body politic to function people who by insistence on too great Speed Foster an oligarchic form of government such As communism or nazism or Quot the other group which presents j i pc water an equal danger a he said Quot is composed of that Small minority which complains that the democratic processes Are inefficient As Well As being slow people who would have the whole of government put into the hands of a Little group of those who have proved their efficiency in lines of specialized science or specialize 1 private he gave four definitions As follows Quot a Radical is a Man with both feet firmly planted in the air. Quot a conservative is a Man with two perfectly Good legs who however. Has never Learned to walk. Sunday morning Titiev will be go i Sis to first Christian Church the darting of girl scout week october 29, will be the occasion for events of interest among the girl scouts a a Greencastle. Sunday morning tin v Wal to guests at the first Christian Church. All girl scouts Council members lenders and troop committee members Are asked to be at this service. Wednesday is Quot outdoor Day Quot and will be celebrated at kit by Ann Park from 5 30 to 7. There will be games Quot nose bag lunches singing and the evening will end with Quot scouts radio programs of interest Are to starting the flow in some which had been dry. ,.,. Be or Adas cd during the week. On already the pasture grass shows i _. A revival of vitality. The water Supply situation had he a come acute on Many farms and it i is yet in that condition on some of them but this break in the drouth. Slight As it is is taken As on Indica ton that there will be Suff cent rain fall in m now on to take care it of the needs of the situation and Farmers and others arc feeling better. The rain gauge at the City disposal Plant As read by r x Crask superintendent of the Plant showed a rainfall from 6 of clock last evening i Friday november 3, Quot the history of girl scouting Quot in music song and Imp ration will he broadcaster from 1 to 4 30 p. M., e. S. T., Over the c. B s network originating front wac Anil on wednesday a program untitled Quot lets talk it a ver Quot will be broadcaster from 1 30 to 1 45 p. M., e. S. Over n. B. C. Red network originating from we As. Quot a reactionary is a somnambulist amp o clock this morning of 03 of walking backwards. Quot a Liberal is a Man who uses his legs and his hands at the Behest of his fighting sea Battle Copenhagen oct. 27 up a a 3ca Battle is being fought near the Island of Sej Roe Northwest of Solans. It was reported Here today. Ten new Stevens roadster the car is one j air planes were reported to have been of the classiest roadsters seen in seen participating. Observers said Greencastle this said the i heavy Cann Nading had been heard newspaper. Since one p. 6 a. C8t.>. One Inch. With the temperature close to 70 degrees during that period and a fair Nanri much cooler through today the weather Condi saturday tons were unusual for so late in the amp Cut o a $ it 0 a a it 0 today a weather a a and a 0 local temperature 0 Cloudy this afternoon becoming tonight and Dies committee Washington. Oct. 27 up president Roosevelt Trulay characterized As Quot sordid procedures Dies committee publication of government employees who Are members or on the list of the american league for peace and democracy. Minimum. 70 6 n. In. 70 7 a. 70 8 a. A. 72 9 a. A. 75 10 a. In. 70 11 a. A. 74 12 noon. 70 1 p a. 71 n 14 a. 71
Search the Greencastle Daily Banner Today
with a Free Trial
We want people to find what they are looking for at NewspaperArchive. We are confident that we have the newspapers that will increase the value of your family history or other historical research.
With our 7-day free trial, you can view the documents you find for free.