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Greencastle Daily Banner (Newspaper) - September 2, 1939, Greencastle, IndianaTo of and warm a a a a a a a a a the daily Banner 0 Ltd t air. The Home news 4 United 1-Kkms service a 0 a ii it Waves for ally Luis forty seven , Indiana stalk Dav shit her a . No. 2 58 a fit be of estate is in report cd in circuit court Bya. A Peck. Executor of a. A Hanna will one amount of taxes Nene joined Wotli exp it a Utor a i Maksem report no Tux on i i. Bept to Church 1 ii Jat the total Gross value of the of the late Andrew b. Hanna so death occurred last March is .388.43 la shown in the report filed with the Putnam circuit a Mil Fly William b. Peck executor 11he will of or. Hanna Ami Robert assessors of Putnam coun a Quot a Gross personal property is at 1182.338 .43 the Gross real at 429.050. The real estate i in this report consists of 493 75 0 land in Greencastle to Man a town property. Port la for the purpose of the amount of taxes under the id Transfer Laws and Tota amount of such taxes Are to be 47.427. On bequests Are paid he but Are deducted from amounts paid to those Sta before the final so talc but Assn them and the estate is Ora i uto Moc i old a dete when to Are fourteen bequests of 19o urfi and the tax on each is a Hare Ara three bequests of $3.000 the tin on each is 203. Here a five bequests of in.000 h and the tax on each is 1343. Is one bequest of 12 500 a it a the us a 168. Here Teene bequest of $10.000 the ten levied against it is $603. Hare is to tax on the bequest of ,999 to my Greencastle presbyter Hureh that of 414.884 42 to the ionic Temple association and a 0 Tom �24,043.20 gift to the Home at Franklin loss sustained at Zinc Mill plans Are underway to reconstruct the burned building of the american Zinc products cd Sipany which burned Friday morning about 8 of clock. According to c. Yvo Martin head of the ocel Compon work will probably be resumed next week. The fire started from the explosion of the fuel in the Oil Heater used at the largest melting pot which was located in this part of the building. A great mass of shot out sideways from the Burner and then curved upward into the top of the building where the timbers of the roof were ignited almost instantly. No estimated amount of loss has been made. Deputies to decide Fate of country France Ream to try conciliation even at late i v i e. San s Daladier state of Quot danger of War Quot As proclaimed by Australia crisis in Brit n Zis will fight Iki Yadier a it Reform Cabinet on Broad National i i it it Linen to inel Iule All parties Paris. Sept. 2 up hundreds of thousands of army recruits streamed through the City today and As Many civilians fled to the country Side us the chamber of deputies prepared to meet to decide whether France goes to War. Asks Farmers not report polish to increase crops army holding nazis Tali mum 13?,� t0w�fue r . Ill refrain from bomr1nu Unm funded cities. It War announced us to. A a a run sept. 2.�? up Fuch Adolf Hitler has agree i unc ondi Lally to president Roose velt s pro-�81 that the nations ref ruin from Ming undefended cities or any-1 but military objectives it was bounced today. Air Force destroyed Numi i Quot in air planes in attacks on Ai drome the communique said t was announced that German �?Thab2w had occupied Teachen. In the a area Klobucky. Northwest of Tahoe Homo 12 Miles inside Poland enia Aow East of Kenten. And Lindberg. Era. A it a a death penalty Job a false reports Uerlin sept. 2.�?a decree fix the death penalty for apr Cading a a re Portal a broadcast to her my by foreign radio stations was used today. Listening to any foreign station is hidden but the death penalty is served for a a aggravated cases of Eeman Atung statements by foreign tons. The decree was it after a Arsaw station. In an English Lang a a broadcast reported that War had been bombed by German Era and that the City was burning Jeryln authorities said Only Mil by objectives had been bombed 401 a i3i4fi 825# 350# 988. Bendix workers strike Llew 93? 8fi?g i cml it it a Nic Juji Tuii no 5 apr Hea i South Bend ind. Sept. 2 a Mima Tely 3,000 employees were Idle Lay at the Bendix products Cor ration and the Plant was heavily to keyed As the result of a strike lied by Bendix local. United Auto it bile workers of America c. I. The strike was made effective last night after Union and company facials failed to agree on a Eon act shutdown of the Plant also forced Penston of the Bendix aviation to oration. An Allied firm we ten inf sutures air plane equipment a which is reported to be holding or plane contracts. The d. A. R. Cabins at Robe and irk will be open from 2 to 4 30 Dock sunday afternoon. Warns til it an increase might a ultimately be ruinous Washington sep 2. Up today the first phase of a program designed to protect Farmers and Consumers from wide Price fluctuations As a result of european hostilities was worked out. Secretary of agriculture Henry a Wallace appealed to Farmers to Plant within their 1940 acreage allotments and warned that an increase in plantings might Quot ultimately be the program worked out in strategy conferences which i began a year ago is Leady use put into effect gradually As conditions warrant officials said. Details were kept secret. Officials emphasized that no a hard and fast Quot program has been put on paper but said that a it will be adjusted Quot to meet conditions As they arise. Increased Federal control of production and marketing Are expected to prevent wide fluctuations in prices. Wallace returned suddenly from a summer vacation at his Home in Iowa to make the first official administration radio broadcast on american action in response to the european hostilities his speech was directed at Farmers. A i urge american Farmers to proceed with their production plans As if tie outbreak in Europe had not occurred a he said. A the primary Effort. Of the administration will be to keep this country out of War. Secondary. To protect american Farmerr and Consumers at fully As possible against the effects of War confesses slaving j c-7 sweethearts sister House fainter says sister we tit Hil it Romance body is found Chicago. Sept. 2. Up Lieut. Thomas Kelly of the states attorneys police announced today that York Bodden. 24 a House Painter Tiad confessed lie killed with a Hammer Anna ruler mailed. 25. His former sweethearts sister because she wrecked his Romance. Miss Riermaier disappeared aug 11. Bodden Kelly said directed police to a Culvert near Volo 11140 Miles Northwest of Chicago where her body was found Early today. Bodden disappeared the Day after miss Riermaier was reported missing. Police seized him last night at Hin Home. In his confession he said miss Riermaier had convinced her sister. Florence. 22. That she should not see him anymore. He admitted luring the victim into his automobile the morning of aug. 11 under the pretence of ulving her to a Plant where she was employed As a stenographer. Flight from Paris Paris sept 2 americans today resumed frantic efforts for a hurried exodus from Paris flooding the United states embassy travel bureaus and shipping offices with queries on the Best and quickest ways to leave. Slovak a Hangi. D affaires sends sympathetic letter Hoover so i s w a must hat i Van Poi and a 1\\ Sion Means wot Iii to my i it i n n icy of i Siroy Eri Sliment Warsaw. Sept 2. Up Gorman air planes bombed cities All Over Poland today but the government reported that the polish army was holding its own against Superior German forces on the Frontier where fighting was general. It was asserted that Catholic churches had been hit at arc Dino and bid Zapolska. Grodno is in the fur northeastern part of the country Only 20 Miles from Lithuania. In addition bombings were reported unofficially from Poznan important Industrial City in the Northwest with 246.000 inhabitants Lwow where it was said Many were killed and wounded in three raids Warka 40 Miles South of Warsaw Lvov where More than 60 were reported killed. It was announced that the slovak charge do affaires Here. Ludwig Szathmary. Had sent a sympathetic letter to foreign minister Josef Beck denouncing the leaders of his own country. The letter which Szathmary was said to have asked Beck to publish read a i express the sympathy of the slovak people to attacked Poland. And i protest before the whole world against the a disarmament of the slovak army by the German army .1 protest against the slovak traitors who admit that Germany is using slovakian territory in order to attack Hope divine not stopped let British i i i i. A Lull Wol id ii w i com my Nicatie Iii ii been menaced new York. Sept. 2. Up North German Lloyd line officials were hoj it a Ful today that the continued silence of the $20.000.000 luxury lint r Bremen was evidence that All was Well and that it had not been stopped at sea by a British War vessel. The Bremen left Here last wednesday night ostensibly Foi Europe although it was reported that once out to Aea it changed its course for the greater safety of a Neutral port in South America. One unconfirmed report that followed the Bremen out of the Harbor was that the British Cruiser Berwick which earlier had slipped away from Newport r. I. Had been assigned to Trail the great ship and take it captive if Britain declared War on Germany. North German Lloyd line officials said they Felt the Bremen would have communicated with its Headquarters had it been menaced. They assumed it was refraining from wireless communication to conceal its position. Fifteen of Twenty German French and italian vessels were held in port today or were speeding homeward without passengers a Survey showed. San Francisco sept 2 it up former president Herbert Hoover said today that if i it democracy is to be preserved the United states must keep out of War. A we can keep out of War if we have to Resolute National will to do he said in a statement Quot we can he of More service to Europe and humanity if we preserve the vitality and strength of the United states for use in the period of peace which must sometime he appealed Fol National support of president Roosevelt and Congress Quot in their every Effort to keep us Quot this a he sail Quot is one of the Saddest Days that has come to humanity in 100 years the situation in the world is not the act of the German people it is the act of a group who hold them in subjection. The whole nazi system is repugnant to the american people the most of american sympathies will be with the democracies. A a a but whatever our sympathies Are. We cannot solve the problems of Poland s invasion and the probability of it causing a general european War or Hoover Aid. Quot Means another Quarter of a Ltd a Tury of impoverishment to the whole world. Quot it will Likely be n Long War. It is possible that put land May be overrun in a few month hut there seems no it a it int of Access from which an overwhelming a. Can be delivered from the British and French on on and the germans and italians on the other which might quickly end the virtually All Normal pursuits were halted awaiting the hour when Premier edouard Daladier and foreign minister Georges Bonnet inform the chamber of France s futile efforts to Avert the German attack on Poland and declare that France is pledged to go to Poland s Aid. Albe boiled men of All Ages and ranks were responding to general mobilization to give France an army of 6.500.000 men every one with at least two years military training. Many were streaming to the German Border in and behind the Maginot line. The civilian exodus clogged the reads and railways the government had insisted that everyone without urgent business leave and they left by special trains running every few minutes All night by automobiles in such numbers that they interfered with military traffic and afoot to the outlying districts some taking household goods in wagons and carts. The mobilized men were cheerful j and in spite of the tears of their wives sweethearts and mothers they managed to revive a Little of the Normal Carefree Paris life As they await led trains. They paraded in the boulevards singing Haversack on their Hacks an Ltd steel helmets Slung Over their shoulders. They crowded the Grestaf Miranta As Long As they were often. A otherwise the City was in deep gloom. Most movies were closed. Projectionists had been among the first called to the colors As specialists they Are usually engineers. The racing meets at Vincennes was cancelled. Rarely was a taxicab to be seen. Rus service was drastically reduced buses having been requisitioned. The women and children remaining planned to stay Long enough to bid i he men of their family Farewell Befu a re they entrained for the funnier. At Sundown yesterday a balloon barrage went up around Paris. The balloons attached to a network of cables serve As air plane traps. The City was Quot blacked out and dinners were oaten in the dark on cafe terraces. Dance Halls were open but dimly lighted and the windows wer screened. Large blackboards at gathering places instructed the mobilized men Iii years Warsaw German Plains bomb score of polish towns and cities Poland claims its troops Are holding attacking germans at All Border Points. Berlin nazis claim their invading forces Are attaining All objective declare Germany will Fig lit Britain 10 years if necessary. Rome Italy adds 1,000 pilots to its great air Force observers believe Italy May give Germany military Aid if Britain and France go to War. London Cabinet Ami Pasha input meet to decide Issue �>1 War Southern England darkened in impressive air raid blackout. Paris chamber of deputies meets on War Issue civilians Stream out of Paris Anil troops pour in on Way to the i front Rte Rich radio Broad East says germans Are losing heavily in Poland. Ottowa Canada orders censorship und i War measures act. Canberra Australia declares state of Quot danger of War Quot Ami goes on War basis. Auckland new zealand pledges Lull support to Britain. Hailar heavy japanese reinforcements to outer mongolian Border As japanese report 20.000 soviet mongolian troops in mum in Kuo. Washington president Roosevelt to address country by radio to allay National anxiety Over War situation. Deport organs suffer losses commit Niqi f asserts polish troops destroyed 100 German tanks Misisti is a Germany Berlin had find War Linn blackout list Naglit and its first air alarm for practice ii 1 i. I. K t i n Paris. Sept. 2. Up the polish transcontinental service published an official communique today say a polish troops had destroyed 100 German tanks and that anti aircraft guns had shot Down 34 German planes. Paris sept. 2 up France is faced with a new threat of German aggression. Vice Premier edouard her lot told the chamber of deputies today. A after 20 Yeara of labor which has not effaced the disaster of i he last German aggression we Are faced with a new threat Quot Herriot said. Paris. Sept. 2 up France is ready to try again for conciliation of fighting Between German and polish troops in Poland ceases Premier Daladier told the chamber of deputies today. Quot even at this late stage France is ready to try conciliation if fighting stops Daladier said. Al woman i sister of Man who died mrs. Frank Paseka reels Volle Rural route 2. Is a sister of Lawrence Hoscoe a Truelove 59 years old. A Farmer living North of Washington in. This state who was fatally injured Friday when a scaffold on which he was working inside silk broke and he fell 30 feet. He suffered internal injuries a crushed left Arm and a broken left hip. Two other men with him were seriously injured. Or. Truelove is survived by the widow five children a brother besides the sister in Putnam county. I n Able to take let \ stage of Surprise defend is i s on polish Frontier Paris. Sept. 2 up a French radio broadcast from Warsaw today said that germans had been unable to take advantage Ltd of their Surpris a offensives on the polish Frontier and were suffering heavy losses. The newspaper Paris Midi sail Quot the German army has been Unald to penetrate the polish defences anywhere on the polish German front. The germans have made no notable Advance hut the bombardment of cities has caused severe polish ambassador Lukasiewcz announced that Quot reports fighting bin ceased Are wholly wrong. The Ger Man army this morning tried Hunsuc a adhere when and How to report for i a fully to break through polish a in duty. The whole country a attention we i Paris sept 2 up a train crowded with refugees from Paris collided with another refugee train standing it a Junction near Orleans this morning thirty five were reported killed and 50 injured. A lenses and was repulsed everywhere Vas a two German attempts to bomb riveted on the chamber meeting. France As great Britain already had addressed a virtual it Inktum to Hitler demanding that he recall his troops from Poland. Nobody expected that he would. 20 years ago in Greencastle or and mrs Charles Megaughey and daughter and or. And mrs. W. M. Mccaughey and family my Torch to "8tllesville.&Quot the paper said to attend the Mcgaughey family reunion at the Universal lat Church grounds. Or. J. A Throop a office was robbed of Gold Fitti. Is valued at $50. Or and mrs. Shirley Rhea were Here visiting the latter s parents or and mrs. Sam Lloyd on their Way from Washington d. To their new Home in Tacoma. Wash. The Martha Washington club met or. B. O Biden of this City with mrs. De Dalby at her Home on underwent a major operation at the beverage Street. Mrs. Karl lain soon Robert Long Hospital in Indianapolis to move to Washington d. C., was saturday guest of Honor. It was believed that Daladier might after outlining the whole situation. Reform the Cabinet on Broad i National Unity lines to include a All parties from the so Ciu lists to the extreme rightists but excluding the communists. The communists had been violently denounced since the signing of the German russian treaty and there was pressure in the chamber for their dissolution. The Senate also was meeting but attention was entered in the chamber. It was the gravest Day for France since the world War. Newspapers unanimously blamed Europe was Prog Hitler for the crisis and some of them termed it a fight of barbarism against christianity a Quot democracy against the latest news from Poland report by the polish transcontinental news service and relayed Here from London was that the German army had resumed its attack on the posh Border at Dawn and that the polish army waa resisting effectively. Court House offices to be it lose monday All the a it offices of the court House it is announced w ill be closed monday labor Day. With the exception # f the auditor s office which will be kept open in connection with the meeting of the county commissioners it was stated Warsaw from that air Between 6 45 a. In. And 6 30 a. In. Wen repulsed. German bombers Wen unable to reach Warsaw. They unloaded Theli bombs on a suburb and were a driven off by defense batteries and defense hasten exodus of u. S. Liti Riis state departments a kor a of Eva l Viking Miki Ltd citizens in Kook in a it a Quot n a Washington sept 2 a up the state department said today tin states govt in my it h program of evacuating americans from g with great Success. Quot the Success of these government measures a the department said is evidenced by the fact that according to a report from the embassy in in Don yesterday passenger accommodations on vessels sailing to the United states from great Britain exceed the i for such some 9.300 passengers arrived in j United states Atlantic ports from Europe for the week ending sept. 1. In addition to these 1.200 passengers arrived in Canadian ports u Large percentage of whom were possibly americans. Shipping concerns have been cooperating by making necessary changes in schedules and itineraries. Berlin. Sept. 2 a up a German High command communique said today that German troop advances cd. To null everywhere unit that the Jablonka pass at the Southwest Corner of Poland had Chen stormed quickly. London sept. 2 up the British parliament met to Lay in in historic session that May determine whether great Britain goes to War sir John Simon Chancellor of the exchequer announced that the House would meet again at a Loon tomorrow. Prime minister Chamberlain will make a statement a in the International situation later today Simon added. Berlin sept. 2 up nazis said jubilantly today that German troops were attaining All objectives in their drive into Poland and that they were willing to fight Britain for 10 years if she went to Poland Aid. Ministers presented to foreign minister Joachim von Ribbentrop last night their governments joint demand that Germany at once withdraw its troops from Poland. It was believed that both ambassadors would leave for their own i countries during the Day. Berlin had its first War time blackout last night and its first air alarm was purely a practice one though no announcement was made. At any event it sent Berlin s 4,000.1 000 people scurrying to shelters. The blackouts Are to be held nightly now. Sculptures and other similar Art treasures in museums were covered with Sand bags and paintings were stored in cellars and vaults. The official nows Agency leading the attack on Britain alleged that Britain was an a aggressor Quot and wanted a in european War. London. Sept. 2 it up the lights of London went out last night not alone by air raid precaution orders but in dread of a winged terror that might Fly in the dark. Three weeks ago London had a a it out llm84< 4111 i inv to o 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 today a weather 0 0 and 0 0 local temperature 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 somewhat unsettled possibly local show is in West portion sunday Little change in temperature. Minimum 6 a. M. 7 a. M. 8 a m. 9 a in. 10 a. M. 11 a. 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