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Greencastle Daily Banner (Newspaper) - September 8, 1939, Greencastle, Indiana,�T�4444 44 4 0 the weather a 4 Fik and cooler 4 h. A the daily Banner 04444444444440 4 All the Home news 4 United pke8h service 4 04 4 44444444440 a it Waves for All 9 Julle forty Indiana Friday skin Tom Beks l it i troops us it closing on Warsaw capital was being a Tkv a my i ways cd log god with civilians a a Battle nip damaged j permit Slot for err using a Arntt Lilii Quot with War Pelensk Itaru Latina b i i e t i n. York. Sopt. 8 up the lne corporation today said received a report that a sub-5 had torpedoed and sunk the r Ricamor repent Tiger. Ush Noton. Sept. 8 up Dent Roosevelt today Procla in state of limited National a Mig Yaj sep. 8 up a an an Kment by the German High and today said nazi troops w up from the Southwest had de Murez Yonow which is 25 Southwest of Warsaw. Former Depauw professor on liner or. And mrs. George l Bird were among the passengers Abs my the ill fated liner Athene a when she was torpedoed and Sank 200 Miles off Northern Scotland. . Bird was formerly a professor of journalism at Depauw University and was married in the summer of 1937 to miss Jeanne Pinard of South Hadley mass. He is the author of the Book. Quot How life they Are now living in Syracuse where or. Bud n m assistant professor in the school of journalism Syracuse University. Their Fate has not yet been Learned. Report italians to try for i van1 exactly How Silt ii offer Woi be made has not yet been Dei in i i ill fated liner us. Sept. 8 up a the War i announced today that Ini port i had been made an the a flt Linea front. 3ujn. Sept 8 up the army command announced today that iian troops were closing in on from two sides that they is than 30 Miles and Only 27 Southwest of the City. 1 was announced that the polish a Lal was being rapidly evacuated that highways we Cre clogged with Sig civilians regards the hostilities with and France the government that British air planes had i the pocket battleship Oneis during a raid on the Kiel canal 3 Early in the week. A Swiss station had said the ship was ism admitted that a considerable Djoi Ign the French Border been evacuated Quot purely As a pc but a spokesman said Quot the h have done the same thing to Frontier course we do not know whether French actually intend to Bemb German territory and we have intention of bombarding them in Thev begin it he said. Twas reported that the City of a Rueken. Only a mile from the Nch line had been evacuated in along with several nearby Quot a. In the belief that the French Quot it strike there first. Many Refu from that area were arriving in 1h on special trains bile not denying French reports faction had started on the West front. The government announced i there was Quot still no it was announced that an unnamed a in had been shot for refusing to in of accordance with War defense motions making it a capital of to avoid necessary labor. The. Few ministry issued new Laws a hening the hours of work and no it Irei a difficult for workers change jobs All regulations Cov a working hours for males Over a re cancelled and ship Crews ordered to help Load and unload 1 when necessary. Special person must he obtained from the office to change jobs. The Sanie lament formerly had applied j to the ski in the mining metals. And building trades a papers said that nazi party ends units were accepting vol for Wirk on farms and urged in to an list. Rome. Sept. 8 up reports increased today that another italian peace attempt will be made soon. They apparently were based on 1 press dispatches indicating that Warsaw May fall within the next five Days. 2 belief in usually Well informed circles that if an Effort toward peace were made it would come immediately following the fall of Warsaw. 3 persistent reports during the last few Days that Premier Benito Mussolini May make an important speech this week end. Such an Effort according to usually Well informed circles would be aimed at bringing Britain France Germany and Italy to a four Power conference. Exactly How such an offer would be made has not yet defined although it was pointed out that Mussolini would seem the logical Man to undertake it since he Lias been praised by both England and France for previous peace efforts. the other hand. Italian quarters were inclined to feel that Mussolini would not care to embark on another venture following the disappointing results of his first. Sonic quarters under too 1 that the reason the speech has not been in a noun cod was due to the possibility that ii Duce wants to time it with i the most favourable International i moment. It was admitted that England and France were practically certain to reject peace terms while Poland still is fighting but some German quarters thought the situation might be changed if Poland should be crushed and the German soldiery in Poland became a definite threat to the Balkans. This Balkan threat was regarded in Axis circus As consolidating Germany a position in. Any future diplomatic activity. Two women expired it Russellville Kroger company buys Oakley stores lbs. Olive poker Compton died i Wieb Home of Par alys1s thursday i i neral services s\t1 rom miss Ida Emily a Lillian in school teacher died wednesday but death i known until thursday Cincinnati. O., sept. 8. Up Kroger grocery and baking com Pany today announced the Purchase of 58 retail stores operated in West Jern Indiana by the Oakley Economy stores co., of Terre haute. The announcement by Kroger general offices did not disclose the amount of the financial transaction. First sunk in War British liner Athenia with 1,400 aboard reported torpedoed and sunk by a German submarine 200 Miles West of Scotland. Ship carried More than 300 americans germans denied blame. Assure Ives no need Eor increase warn that \ s action will be taken to prevent profiteering death removed two of the Best i known of the older women of rus Scullville one mrs. Olive Porter i com porn 83 years of i passing away i thursday a id the other miss Ida Emily Guilliams. 70 years old being i found dead in her Home thursday evening her death having occurred the Day before it was thought. Mrs. Compton was born september 15, 1856, at Camp Point 111., the daughter of John and Mary Grove Porter. She became the wife of William c. Compton of Earl Park to dying in 1927. Mrs. Compton became ill june 6. 1939, a and her death was due to Para i Lysis at the Home of her husband s i adopted son. William f. Compton of i Russellville. She passed away at a 12 30 noon thursday. Frida 1 the temperature mrs Ompton was educated in the i i i l noon 13 three i Illinois schools graduating from the Pur Chuji confirmed Here Raymond Riley manager of the Greencastle Kroger store confirmed the report from Cincinnati of the Purchase of the Oakley interests by the Kroger company and he said the j Deal includes the Greencastle unit of the Oakley interests. However he said he did not have information As to the intentions of the Kroger company in regard to the Oakley store in Greencastle. Rites sunday at0 clock for or. Brien Dili fitly and without Tain Wiik ii was imminently fitting had returned from trip had i inc Tirril or Linn Ami Surj Fery in Irron Raslin in tartar ship Willi i do since 11 21 thermometer near 100 decree Mark i Mui ire six weeks to return it Zens some resentment expressed Over Quot raw out eked by Kenn Edi Washington sept. 8 up the government assured housewives today that Reserve supplies of foodstuffs Are ample and said there is no excuse tor any Sharp increase in prices. It warned that vigorous action would be taken to prevent profiteering. The Price of sugar meats canned fruits Anil other commodities has risen markedly since the outbreak of War in Europe. Officials said that some increase in living costs might be expected As a result of the War but that the sudden upsurge in prices is unjustified. Especially in the sugar Market where retail prices have risen More than a cent per Pound is the increase without reason experts said. They added that there was no danger that either hysteria or monopolistic control would Send the Price of sugar to the he gets of 1918-19, when if was rationed out to the Public at 30 cents a Pound. Before this would be permitted they said the Market would be regulated by the lifting of import restrictions. Secretary of agriculture Henry a. Wallace blamed the general increases on Quot middlemen and asked the Justice department to study methods of preventing profiteering. Farmers to said have not benefited by the increased Cost to Consumers. Degrees hotter a maximum temperature of 99 degrees reached yesterday afternoon at 3 of clock was sufficient cause for the complaints that were heard concerning the heat. That High Point was reached by a steady climb from 71 degrees at 6 of clock that morn ing. And folks today started hotter than yesterday did but a Breeze which started during the Forenoon apparently spoiled the chances to break yesterdays Fine record. The nights temperature was too High to permit comfortable refreshing sleep for most persons and at 6 of clock the Reading was 5 degrees High school at Springfield ii she was a member of the Eastern Star at Earl Park and of the methodist Church at Quincy 111 she is survived by the adopted son William f. Conic to i and by three nieces two nephews of Chicago. Funeral services for mrs. Compton will be held saturday at 12 30 of clock. At the Home of or. Compton and the interment will be in the cemetery at Earl Park. Washington. Sept. 8 up at least six weeks will be required to evacuate americans desiring repatriation from european War areas a maritime commission official estimated today. Some resentment was expressed among officials Here Over the Quot bawling out which ambassador Joseph p. Kennedy in i Ondon delivered by trans Atlantic Telephone to Max a Roll Truitt maritime commission member for alleged delay in carrying out the repatriation program. Indignation was keen at the state department where one official said that Kennedy was Quot talking through mrs. Compton was a dress maker j Truitt and other members in the mercantile House of Marshall j he commission declined to com l a a Fields Chicago for Many years. Veteran school teacher Dies miss Ida Emily Guilliams who As u Public school teacher had come in above that of tie a ame hour yester j Contact with the lives of hundreds of Day and the hourly readings from county Young people in a that time on today were higher j helpful Way and who had taught in place a than those of corresponding hours yesterday. At 10 of clock today the Reading was 91, contrasted with 87 yesterday at that hour and at 11 o clock there was the same difference Between the two Days. At High noon today the temper other places also died alone in her Home in Russellville wednesday and her death was unknown to her relatives and Frie ids until the evening of the next Day. When mrs. Mont Haze Lett and mrs. Oliver Whitson neighbors who had become alarmed because of her non appearance entered a the went to sleep quietly and without these words spoken by mrs. Cora of Brien described the peaceful death of her son. . Cecil Bower of Brien in a Hospital it Indianapolis at 3 30 of clock thursday afternoon. It was eminently fitting that the last hours of this Young physician who had brought Healing and easement from suffering to so Many persons in this Community should have been like that. . Brien had just returned from a a vacation trip with his wife and daughter which took them to the Pacific coast and he had enjoyed the delightful trip to the utmost but it was an unexplainable working out of Providence that immediately after he had arrived at his Home ready to engage again in his practice that he should be stricken Down with malady which the surgeons could not relieve. . Brien had practice Medicine and surgery in Greencastle in partnership with his Uncle or. William m. Brien since september 2. 1924, and it was a noticeable coincidence that the operation which was undertaken to relieve him should have been performed an the second Day of september also. He was born september 13, 1897, at Fillmore Bis parents being or. And mrs. Charles of Brien he attended school at Fillmore graduated from the Green High school from Depauw University and from the Indiana University medical College. He was an Interne at the City Hospital at Indianapolis following his comple Tion of his medical College course. H a entered Indiana University medical school with a scholarship and a tin Honor Judy no in his medical Atun Reading was 95, and. At 11 her Home and found her. the meat on Kennedy a rebuke but one remarked that Quot we re too Busy Here doing our Job to up on the basis of the Best available information received by the commis Sion and steamship operators on the i number of americans desiring Cvack i action and there appears to be a def ii training invite Lack of accurate data office his marriage to Edna Louise Kos a s Here were confident that their re a laughter of or. And mrs. Lewis de Moval from european ports could be r. Ward Koss of Indianapolis occurred completed in Aix weeks., january 20. 1926. They the commission officials estimated. R that sufficient accommodations will be available on american ships to evacuate 8.000 americans in tin next Bull from Boesen Dairy farm wins the liar Holstein friesian Bull from the Boesen Dairy farm South of Greencastle who is proud of ills name hidden Gold Papoose count brought honors to Putnam county this week by winning third place in the 5 years old Holstein Bull closed class limited to Indiana owned animals and by winning in addition fourth Honor in the same class open to Competition from the world. There were 10 animals in Competition in the closed class and 12 in the open. . Boesen exhibited the ribbons won by the Hull to friends in town today and received congratulations from them because of the showing the animal made. Guess who guess cars a i a hard time last week figuring out who the picture a care a. It de. It was j. E hoc 1, operator of the Star Barber shop on East Washington Street. Those who studied the picture carefully and those who k new i recalled the expression. The prize of two free tickets from the City went to mis Gallie Arnold from outside the City the Winner was miss Louise Chadd. Today we have another Quot Benet for you to guess on. There is a great 0-Semblancc Between the picture show i. Taken some 50 yearn ago. And the prominent citizen of today. Guess who Ami go to the to inst la free his identity will be revealed next Friday afternoon the feature at the von Castle this week end is Shirley Temple in a Susannah of the j Cameron Moag sentenced today Crawfordsville ind set. K. Up j. Cameron Moag. New York broker accused of being an accessory to embezzlement was convicted by a Montgomery circuit court jury today after 19 hours of deliberation he was fined .5500 and sentenced to 5 to 9 years in prison by judge Howard a j cock of Parke county. Moag was accused of helping Margaret Cheney former Secretary of the Tippecanoe loan and Trust company of Lafayette falsify the Bank a records to cover a loss estimated at $600.000. Miss Cheney is serving a four year term in the worn no a prison my testified briefly in Moag trial. clock it was 96, both of which figures were Abov those of the same hours yesterday. But the indication announced today for tomorrow s temperature is but United press Indiana looked Forward today to another 21 hours of sweltering weather that Anady had so a in sep-4 con 11 nerd Quot ii in nit two i nit red in Auto Accident a Otway morn inc miss Beulah Clodfelter West Columbia Street suffered painful injuries and face lacerations in an automobile Accident Friday morning at Spring Hill tourist Camp near near Plainfield. Miss Clodfelter was brought to the Putnam county Hospital for treatment. It was said that miss Clodfelter was Riding in a car driven by Herman Wallace of Belle Union who suffered minor injuries. Circuit c ourt notes mrs. Madonna Stoner has been appointed executor of the will of the late Ernest Stoner. Ralph Winans has been named executor of the will of the late George f. Winans. Twelve Hundred Perch put in lakes miss Guilliams taught schools of Putnam county especially. The Northwest part of the county but she also taught eight years in i the school of Ozone. Fla., and for 1 some time in a Mission school at Tucson Ariz. She attended Normal school at Danville this state. Miss Guilliams was born August 2 i. 1882, in Russell township. She was the daughter of Daniel Clarissa Guilliams. She leaves Oil sister. Mrs. Ella Fordice of Russell township one brother John Gui Liams of Chicago and nieces and nephews. Four weeks. Several thousand Ole Quot Many a won expected to obtain passage on ships of other Neutral countries. The twelve Hundred baby yellow Perch which Weie inducted into three lakes nearby Greencastle Friday by i game Warden Victor waiter were received with pen arms by older fish of that Peries in those bodies of water who i id been longing for babies to care Lor. They went into the. Thomas Cement Plant and Lena lakes 000 to the first and 800 to each of the lit t. R. The infants came from the Federal hatchery at Rochester und inasmuch As these Aro from a Federal Plant they can be and were placed in privately operated bodies of water not open to the Public. Also v. L. Larkin representing the Cloverdale conservation club Friday morning received fish from the Rochester hatchery hut his were Channel cats. 600 or 800 in number and they went to Mill Creek. 20 years ago Greencastle Janies White son of or. And mrs. Charles White of near Belle Union who has been a patient in the Putnam county Hospital for several weeks was removed to ills Home Fri Veronica ladies had their annual p o Day i Nolc with mrs. Oscar Sallust. Miss Beryl Sandy now of Connersville was a now teacher in the Greencastle High school. World War soldiers Back to Complete their school work included Isaac Browning. Paul Gibson. Gordon Schmidt. Paul Bryan and Frank Young. Reuben Stwalley of Putnamville new postmaster at Cloverdale enrolled As a senior. Alton Hurst it. Meridian was an out of town student. Mrs. Elmer Strattan entertained the Boston club. The Crescent club met with mrs. Fay Hamilton. Tit it Oik killed in la us. Truck reek. It i \ la a i i it it r it s t it flames after overt i n inc. Tenty injured Hopkinsville Kyd a Sopt. 8 up one person was killed and Twenty others injured Early today when a greyhound line but was hit by a truck and burst into flame after overturning on u. S. Highway 41 four Miles North of Here. William Barrett 29. Fort Branch Driver of the Emge packing truck was burned to death. The bus. route from Nashville. Tonto Evansville ind., carried 18 passengers. Its Driver e. L. Baggett. Nashville who suffered lacerations said the oncoming truck crashed into his bus after he pulled to the Side mrs. Mon Natl. Ill takes i a or it Ida Liol ii Kukli in tiie ii est with a si10t4.i n at Home in Maule Heights mrs. Harriet Louise Monnett age 38 years wife of Halton Monnett ended her life at 7 45 of clock Friday morning by shooting herself in the Chest with a Shotgun this occurred at her Home in Maple Heights. Russell Shannon. Putnam county Coroner was called to investigate. Mrs. Monnett has been in ill health for seven months and that was believed j to have been the cause of the act. Mrs Monnett was a Well known resident of Fox Ridge. She was born in Putnam county february 22 1901. The daughter of Mary Combs Paris and John Paris. Survivors Are inc husband one daughter Marie at Home on sister mrs. Ella Chadd of near Clinton Falls and a brother Glen Paris of Muncie. Mrs. Harold Talbott was called to Eaton thursday morning by the serious illness of her Mother mrs. Mary Butterfield. Parents of one child. Marcia Louise i who is five years old. I or. Cecil b. Brien was the son a of a physician and the Nephew of three others engaged in the same profession or. Thomas of Brien or. Bert of Brien and it William m. I o Brien and he was a Cousin of or. I Tracy of Brien of Clayton son of or. Thomas of Brien and a Cousin also of or. Cecil s. Brien Eye i specialist of Iowa City son of or. William m. Brien. . Brien was a member of Phi Gamma Delta social fraternity Phi rho Sigma medical fraternity i Alpha Omega Alpha honorary medical fraternity the masonic order and the first Christian Church in j Greencastle. The Home of or. And mrs. Brien and their daughter has been at 501 East Washington Street in this City. The immediate surviving relatives in this Community Are the wife and daughter and the Mother. Mrs. Cora of Brien. The cause of the death of or. Brien is Given As an acute Ilius condition arising after the operation he underwent one effect of which in his ease was the stoppage of circulation in that part of the body. The funeral services for or. Brien will be held at the masonic Temple in Greencastle. Sunday afternoon. Beginning at 3 of clock in charge of the Rev. V l. Raphael pastor of the presbyterian Church of this City and the Rev. Cecil Fellers pastor of the first Christian Church of Greencastle. Interment will be in Forest Hill cemetery. Friends May Call at the of Brien residence after 6 30 of clock this evening until 2 of clock sunday afternoon. It which time the casket will be open at the masonic Temple until time for the beginning of the services. A @ a @ a i @ a today a weather o $ and a Toad an i stopped when he saw it local temperature a swerve out to pass and automobile. Amp amp amp amp amp it it it it it it the truck and bus burst int flame and passengers escaped by fair tonight and saturday except breaking windows and leaping to the mostly Cloudy in North portion to is for return of ground. Night much cooler tonight and in windsors not Complete South portion saturday. Former find Sale Man died at Indianapolis funeral services for Harvey Gardiner. Age about 70 years a former resident of Fincastle who died wednesday at City Hospital in Indianapolis. Will be held saturday afternoon at 2 of clock from the Fincastle uni Church. Interment will by made at Blakesburg cemetery. Minimum. 6 a. M. 7 a. A. 8 a. A. 9 a. In. 10 a. M. 11 a. A. 12 noon. 1 p. M. 2 p. M. 71 76 78 81 86 91 03 95 96 96 in it Ndon sept. 8 up the press association said today that plans for the return to Groat Britain of the Duke and Duchess of Windsor had not yet been completed and that they definitely would not return today. Reports from Paris were that the Duke and Duchess would motor from the French riveria to a Channel port today to return to Britain
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