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Greencastle Daily Banner (Newspaper) - September 9, 1939, Greencastle, Indiana1 the weather it Wab Meb t i the daily Banner h 4s 4 All the Home news United press service @ Ltd a it Waves for ally a Brit seven Indiana sati Day skit Mukk 1� a no. 274. Tax levies Are explained Nuzio Fluks is not so cd a matter As Many persons think Kkt k i it share of Cost hip property favored Jinx a of t a ton Rund Lovy total 8� in City ing of tax levies for school in Greencastle City and cast la township is not so aim i Quot her As Many persons May think the schools of the City and consolidated and have ship a to services on sunday for in. Of Brien Many honors brought Back by entrants Aav Ards were made in stiff c Competition which prevails at state fair Padmini native and teaching a and r Kami and generally speaking Harc the expenses. There is a however in the share of it of the school costs assumed by property o a u is within the City lose in the township but out i the City limits i although the advertised budget of consolidated a Hool corporation ,82 cents As the Levy for school prs s that Levy As is necessary budget making in this instance Ltd upon somewhat fictitious up As a matter of fact it is exit by Paul Roston superintend iof the consolidated Greencastle a township schools the Levy for icon purposes on City property will 18 cents and on township prop a outside the City it will be 7k is the 82-cent Levy advertised in budget is an average of the two last rites for or. Cecil u. Of Brien prominent local physician who died thursday afternoon in an Indianapolis Hospital will be held sunday afternoon at 11 of clock from the masonic Temple. The funeral services will be conducted by the Rev. A l. Raphael pastor of the presbyterian Church and the Rev. I federa. ,.isto a a a w-1 \ n e r 8 g i v e n pastor of the first Christian Church. The american legion will furnish a bugler to sound taps at the grave in Forest Hill cemetery Ami tin legion also will give their burial ritual at Tho grave. Active pall bearers will he Charles Moore Elwood Dunlavy. Richard Sandy Lois Cowgill Leo Brendel and Darwin Hagan. Honorary pallbearers will include or. G. 1. Rhea. Or. C. C. Tucker. Or. G. A. Mccoy v. Earle Wiseman. Length of list of local winners suggests it would in feasible a to hold tym of fair Here j difference in the two school a is due to the requirement of 11917 school Law which provides Mula for computing the respect levies of the City and township a cases of consolidated school. One Vence is that the township taxi must pay the Cost of trans school pupils to the school of these pupils residing in the ship outside the City. This item Torp rated in the special school d Levy which in this years buds a fixed at it cents for the town but in the City is Only 35 cents. Monr the township property is Rily favored in the fixing of the lion fund Levy which is based up Illy attendance of s from the City and those from i township the City having a f preponderance of pupils pays a percent of the tuition Cost and \ township pays 41 per cent. E levies for vocational education l cents and that for Bond pay Pis is 8 cents in both City and ship. I respective levies total 86 Ltd Fecit a and in the township. The list of Putnam county winners in the livestock show held at i the Indiana state fair this week As compiled in the office of David l. Grimes county farm agent is Worth Tho serious consideration of Putnam county citizens because of the Large number of honors awarded Putnam county products particularly in Tho livestock classes. These awards were made in the stiff Competition which always prevails at the state fair. The length of the list of local winners suggests it would be very feasible for a fair to be held in this county which would be made to Appeal to the senior breeders and feeders of livestock As we.11 As producers in the vegetable Berlin sept. It. Up the realm and banners in general to be first air raid alarm of the War for j augmented by the annual 4-h fair the German capital sent the City a j which is especially interesting to 4,000.000 inhabitants into shelters at j Junior Farmers and gardeners. This 3 37 a. Today but apparently no j matter May be Given serious consid enemy planes reached Berlin. A oration later. Germans hear in raid alarm today inhabitants sought Stikl lbs by i no bnem1 planes reached Berlin the sirens sounded again ending the alarm at 4 22 a. After the alarm was Over. The German High command announced that British planes had dropped propaganda pamphlets Over Kassel at 4 50 a. M., but had not reached the Vicinity of Berlin. During the raid no Long distance Telephone Calls or telegrams were accepted although the authorities gave prompt transmission to a news Flash announcing the air raid alarm. All during the alarm Berlin broadcasting stations continued their Short wave programs of news bulletins and music to the United states. The broadcasts clearly received in new York gave no indication of the alarm the army High command confirmed that the Siren blasts were a serious alarm and not a test warning. The High command said enemy planes presumably approached to within 150 Kilometres ninety three Miles of the crowded capital As arrangements had been made for a general alarm Only if planes were that distance from the City. Tho list of local winners is As follows Noble Alice Greencastle route 2�? aged Poland China sow 1st, and senior and grand Champion. Senior yearling sow Junior yearling sow 2nd. Senior sow pig 4th, 7th, 8th. Junior sow pig 3rd. Aged boar 4th. Senior boar pig 2nd. Old Herd 4th, 6th. Get of sire 4th. Produce of dam 3rd. Indiana futurity 14th, 16th. All of the above winnings with Tho exception of the Indiana futurity i were in the open class with stiff War in Brief London Warsaw still in polish hands at 6 a. A. Edt. Kembas \ asserts germans push d Back. Go Man claims of having entered capital lira idea a absolutely Paris High command announces a that French have bitten off huge Arndt Forest salient facing German Westwall surrounding teen of Saa Bruecken. Called first big strategic Victory. Berlin High command announces that germans now 50 Miles from new polish capital and have entered Warsaw. They control Western thir i of Poland j London Britain throws two and i a half billion into War Quot to end 1 lit i a Erisma replies to submarine warfare with drastic contraband control. French Are driving in Saar Basin now within striking dust a e of germ tvs West fokt1114 tons it it i it radio differ n is reported retreating enormous number of tanks were used Iii the encirclement and fleets of bombers. B i i. L k t i n Paris s it. 9 up it an Union firme 1 dispatch to the Agency radio news Agency from Brussels reporte j today that a Gorman bombing Lane loaded with bombs was forced land at the Eevers Airport there at i 7 a. La. Edt pinching Poland a map shows How Germany already is pinching off corridor from Poland by a capturing Bydgoszcz and Grudziadz in drive toward Thorn b. Fighting occurs at Czestochowa cd and Mulawa d. One speaking 101.111 with German it it ent Saiid Warsaw being entered Berlin sept. 9 up the German army will have completed its task in Poland within a week and is n 70 divisions or 1,050,000 men j can be taken from the Eastern to the i Western front Field marshal Hermann Goering air Force commander in chief Ami no. 2 nazi announced to the people today. U. S. Building toward goal of 6 j2.0hi men Woi lit be an let Reask of 104,500 Over the present strength ordered by i Kesiki e \ t increases within peace time congressional authorization according to Roosevelt Washington s it. Up a Sinclai refining robbed ram e w As through a a Dooh which was opened a breaking Glass Competition not Only from Indiana Jyle ree branches of United states left not the u my in it a d i irim Blayde Brothers Roach Dah aged a corps began building today toward an immediate goal of 632 000 men under arms an increase of 104.500 Over present strength. The expansion of this country a armed forces was ordered yesterday boar state class 4th. Tara Hill farm Harry Mccabe Heifer calf Indiana class 6th open 9th. Bull calf Indiana class 7th open. 10th. Pair calves Indiana class 6th open 9th. Longden calf. Indiana Briwn on some Sirrs of cry ski my lower he on go i and ii ogs and other predatory be vests of via Reyen i i finl is i t proposed levies and budgets will go before county tax adjustment Board monday groundhogs crows Hawks and other predatory Birds and beasts residing within the confines of Putnam county should sleep More rest fully because of the action of the by president Roosevelt after he had amp Clodfelter Heifer proclaimed that a state of limited class. 2nd open 6th. National emergency existed. He took in the present Hie office of the Sinclair refining pkwy on state Road 43 just South the City , operated by j. F. A was by i into last night by a j War or Bursars but. So far this Fong. Noth g was found removed 8 place. Entrance was through a door which was opened by a a my the Glass removing an inf bar. And unfasten ing the door l the company occupies the for a Plant of the Globe lightning Pui. P company in part. It j�?o0w owned by Gardner Brothers. I Effort of the intruder or in is to have entered f he Safe in the office which was. But n it thing had been left in i e preceding evening and. For that a in or Hurt is assured nothing Ponca tie City police were 1 soon As the burglary was Verd and state police from the Adville Barracks also were Cal 1110 secure Finger prints. Oakley stores to continue business consolidation of the Oakley Economy stems company and the Kroger grocery and baking company was announced Friday. Or. Oakley will continue in the general management of the Oakley stores in addition to some Kroger stores which henceforth will be serviced from the Terre haute Headquarters of the consolidated business. Or. Oakley As an executive of the Kroger company also will be actively interested in furthering Kroger Oakley interests throughout the j area. For some time he has been a shareholder in the Kroger company which operates approximately 4,000 stores in 1� Middle Western states. In announcing the transaction Toj his 500 employees or. Oakley explained that the connection with the larger concern provides better opportunities for promotion and insures continuation of the business on an even greater scale. All negotiations have been completed and starting on monday. Sept. 18, All former Oakley and Kroger stores in this Section of Indiana and Illinois will be known As the Oakley Kroger stores. All of the personnel of the 58 Oakley stores will remain with the company with the exception of one who has received an advancement. Open 9th. Bull calf. Indiana class grates neutrality 6th open. 9th. Produce of dam Indi european War. Ana class 6th. I regular army forces will be in Noel Nicholson. Banbridge creased from the present 210.000 says. Senior yearling Bull state class i it it ii it i Iii it 2nd open. 10th. Junior yearling Bull state class. 6th. Aged cow state class 5th open class 8th. Produce of dam state class 11th. Robert Irwin and son Madison a , 2 year old Bull state class 5th. Get of sire state class. 4th. Boesen Dairy farm Holstein 4 year old Bull state class 3rd open 4 the. 4-h Winner the winnings scored by 4-h club members of the county also Are notable. These included the following Mary Ann Newgent 2nd in dress revue. 91 contestants. Marylee Aker 1st in clothing in. Ruby Alice 2nd in clothing v. Colletta Elmore 3rd in clothing Iii. Juanita Mcclure 2nd in Canning v. Dorothy Finney 2nd in baking in it Ruff input in on Pilar two Normandie Queen Marv to stay Here to Al Nepal to Quot be a la Sim a afternoon s or ices for mrs. Harriet a Moni Utt wife of Halton Mon-1 filed Friday morning will sunday afternoon at 2 30 rom the Home in Maple of. That it re. C. M Mcclure of a to in methodist Church will of interment will to made a Ihil come tory Arlt. Will he Harley Mon re Monnett w Chadd 1 a had l Flower girls will in a to tar Jean pm in a Ibex Cecil Chadd. Floyd Chadd and Chadd Mable he Crawley and Cor legion notice All members of the american legion especially the firing squad Are requested to meet at the legion Home sunday at 2 30 Sharp to attend the funeral services of our deceased Comrade or. Decil o Brien. John a. Friend. A commander firing squad marriage licenses Leland r. Denney farming. Gosport route 1. And Colleen e. Thomas at Home Cloverdale route 2. Wilbur Aaron Stevens Cement finisher. Indianapolis and Marten i Mae of hair at Home. Greencastle route 1. L i news it Aii. For Home Board other ships to join fighting forces by United press the 83,000-ton French liner Normandie. Queen of the seas was tied up today in new York s Hudson River for the duration of the War and her Crew of More than 1,000 was in route to join the fighting forces. Moored nearby was the Cunard White Star liner Queen Mary second largest ship afloat whose British Crew of 750 sailed for Home yesterday aboard the Georgic raid by German submarines have Torpe report drilled a French embassy is a pose to Jiayi ordered addition a plan is from Ami Picans Washington sept. A up the French embassy has officially denied published reports that the French government had ordered additional planes from american manufacturers despite the invocation of the u. S. Arms. Embargo. In a Brief con issued last night the v said Quot the French government has not ordered any planes in this country since the proclamation of american neutrality.1�?T an attache or the. British embassy said that As Long As the present america.-, arms embargo remains in effect great in stain will place no new plane orders in this country but will ask manufacturers to Complete unfinished contracts on previous orders. In Lel Verc i planes will be stored i i the United states in Hope that the embargo will be repealed by Congress he said. Should the embargo remain in Force Britain May try to sell the planes to some Neutral country. The Council thought $500 too Large Knust itself against fund for bounties on such creatures order will prevail and reduced it to $25, practically insuring the animals from molestation for Bounty purposes Only. A groundhog Tail has been Worth 10 cents in Bounty and Crow and Hawk eggs have had a Bounty value and so on and occasionally the county auditor has been called upon to Check Ove Buda pert. Sept. Ii up a broadcaster speaking polish with a German accent on the Warsaw Sta i Tiona a wave length announced Early j today the polish capital was being enter i and warned All residents j punishment would he meted out to peles found with weapons when the City a finally meantime another announcer professing to speak from the polish station denied tile capital had fallen and stated the germans have taken our wave the polish station said. Quot everyone in Warsaw is at his the Warsaw radio Broadr in a general order to the army from the chief of staff to his soldiers saying it Ond u to within striking distance Quot soldiers you must defend tile 111 uie Reich s great Quot West Wall Quot tor capital with All your strength. We i a a cations it was understood Early have taken positions from which we today i Retreat one step Tho f n Quot h hash command in a Quot the time has come to take re i communique last night announced Venge for the spilling of blood of that forces were striking into the women children and soldiers who sch Saar sin a the far Northern have fallen in Poland s defense a took the Western front and that the germans were retreading Ile stroking military works and setting off land mines. Berlin. Sept. 9 up British Primc minister Neville Chamberlain Quot May u ule stand umbrellas but not propaganda Kiel i Marshall Herman Goerig said in his speech today. Quot old Chamberlain says he wants to live to see the Day when Hitler Falls. Well he will have to go Methuselah one better if does Paris. Sept. up French troops including moroccans have surrounded the German Industrial City of Saa Brucken and pushed be Putnam county Council this week. Quot the attack of the enemy will sex our defense. Neutral quarters in Luxembourg close to the scene of fighting said that the advancing French forces earlier the polish announcer said German were bombing the capital and stated i Lish land for a in the Southwest were withdrawing Wero Halfway to the German City of Neun Kirchon which lies fifteen Miles Northeast of Saa Brucken. In the face of the German onslaught. The announcer said that German air planes were steadily bombing the Center of the City. He said bom in an assortment of such a collection. I were raining on Heaters squares and approve a claim upon the Bounty fund of the county for the aggregate value of the display. The Law has required the county commissioners to and in Warsaw s main streets. At 10 55 p. The polish station i at Lwow had announced the cer i mans whose motorized 1 units had allow such claims but they have to i Swift Progress from the Lorth Ken the auditors word for it and j during the Day. Had entered the Resi have not asked to have the tails and dental suburbs of Warsaw Neun Kirchon was said to have been partially evacuated by the germans As the French drive came close to it. Saa Brucken a City of 132.000 pop i it o ii i Iii Tell 1 to eggs and so on attached to the claims. There was a Cut of 2 cents from the county Revenue fund lowering it from 30 cents to 37, and the welfare proposed Levy Cut the proposed Levy originally being 19 cents but it was left by the Council at 16 cents. The Cut in the county Revenue fund was effected in part by reductions in certain salaries. These proposed levies and budgets will go before the county tax adjust ment Board next monday and that Board can reduce levies but it cannot change any of the specific items in the budgets which go toward making up the levies. If the tax adjustment Board Lowers levies officials it r the taxing unit affected will have to revise their budgets to make the levies sufficient. V a county i hns been so terrific that 3 cents. Forces have been obliged within the City limits. The station identified As Warsaw Suid the push of the German army that polish land j cd to yield in the direction of Kielce fifty Miles Northeast of Krakow. Piotrow an 1 Tarnoff. Where they will take up new earlier the Lwow radio had called upon All men. Women and Chil Tren to defend the capital City Inch by i a Inch the announcer there had stated barricades including overturned Street cars had been built to obstruct the Swift German motorized units. The station identifying As Warsaw asserted that German planes were dumping loads of bombs into 20 years ago in Greencastle the Large barn at Sam Baird s risking a i place North of town was burned which i Down with All of its valuable con does nine of the 15 ships tents. It was then thought the fit a Runk during the first six Days of War. The Craw of the Normandie was reported to have gone to Montreal by special train planning to sail from there although the French line refused to confirm their destination. Yesterday s warfare added More ships to the casualty list which included eight British four German one dutch one greek and reportedly one French vessel. Was incendiary. The s. C. C. Club met with miss Helen Browning. Cleve Thomas bought the # Baney residence at Washington and Bloomington streets. Or. And mrs. William Sutherlin and or. And mrs. Henry Runyan returned from a visit in Martinsville. Miss Jennetta Mcwethy to Lexington ky., to attend school. Clarire Coal men w Atli trespassing warrants for arrest a i barging men Avith Salicio s Tresi ass filed the Vistula River Bridges in War saw. Quot we will continue broadcasting Day and night until the hostile forces prevent us from doing so Quot the an j bouncer said. Sinking of liner raises question warrants for the arrest of Framp ton Rockhill mine operator. Ralph Houk and Gene Parr charging them with malicious trespass were filed in the Clay circuit court today on instance of Hugh Ferguson who asserts that the defendants Tore Down his Fence and trespassed on h�3 property Over his protest. The property involved is part of the former biddings of the big Bend Coal and Clay co. And or. Rook Hill As receiver sold the machinery. In the meantime or. Ferguson had put a Fence around the place and ordered the receiver to stay out. It charged that the defendants Tore Down the Fence and took out some of the machinery. Or damages. A Brazil times Washington sept. 9 up a report to the state department that the British liner Atheda was sunk by a so far unidentified submarine today raised the question of whether the United states would identify and protest to the belligerent nation deemed guilty of loosing the projectile. No guilt has been established so far. The issues of Athenia policy Foo l profiteering and repeat ratio i of american citizens pose hot i bothersome questions to the administration. The known toll of ships sunk by torpedoes mines and shells i i the widespread sea warfare accompanying european hostilities mounted to Salis Lachon is of pressed i Kooi inc or out House i Worth it Ost it it oking to with i i Lam Meir Arthur Plummer county Engineer who had general supervision for the county of the re roofing of Tho Putnam county court House expressed eminent satisfaction this morning with the Job. It has been completed by Fred Williams local Man. At a Cost of 55 000. And it is Worth the it it St. According to or. Plummer. The Sheet Copper used in covering the roof weighs one Pound to the Square foot and that material alone Cost approximately half of the total expense. Or. Plummer explained in technical detail the manner of the construction of the Slan Ling scams of the sheets comprising the roof cover and he also went into detail As to the procedure by which he is assured there will be no leaks from the Glass dome at the Center of the roof which lights the Interior of the court houses various floors. The Metal Center of the dome was painted with a special paint of a Brilliant Orange color making it an outstanding landmark from Points As far As ten Miles of More Distant. Sixteen last night As belligerents Ferguson claims $50 continued Lher Etiore to choke off l on Lauri on Tinte two @ a it amp o o a a 0 it it today a weather 0 @ and a o local temperature a amp 9 generally fair saturday and sunday somewhat warmer sunday in Central and North portion. Minimum 6 a. 7 a. 8 a. 9 a. 10 a. 11 a. 60 68 71 77 83 87 88
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