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Greencastle Daily Banner (Newspaper) - September 13, 1939, Greencastle, IndianaFiffi a fair am. Warm w a the daily Banneit Waves for All 4 . The Home news 4 United press service 4 @ 40 9 Rte forty seven a a a Tjw mrs comes men at gathering Tai with water is system of i lies w third District is chairman a View d0f-< Robed As a water school Quot men taken on tour of Iron cattle gathering Quot of men connected r works systems of munic the third District of the held at the Indiana state wednesday was Given n Plens Ning by the welcoming and mayor w. D. James of Tilc the speech of our May i described by one auditor As j Stewart superintendent of Greencastle municipal water who is chairman of the As this iyar presided Over sons in an efficient and g manner. Meeting was described on the it As a a water works e were 25 names on the regls-110 30 o clock among them by a Jayor Chas. A. Eaton Attica c. Clay Pearson. Delphi and. Y. H. Striding. Kokomo i attending were Jesse wat brine or. Let anon Guy Ken Cloverdale m. H. Schwartz yes w. A. Offley Jasonville Higbee superintendent Monte Joe Boote. Montezuma f. O. Plainfield a. X. Howland ase professor Purdue j. D. Its and Jack b. Nickel of the is state Board of health k. My Worth. Engineer Lafayette Oley Crawfordsville water head g. J. Carmen Suprin it Indianapolis water works l. O. Shepherd assistant s. Terre haute we. A. Moran and Robert Lee ser Man. Boom Englon Herbert service Man and Grover bin Ca m s. Clark Salesman. A. A. Robbins assistant pendent. Delphi. Rel Ellis of the Indiana state Tafi. , chairman meeting. Lee and Morgan of the service company of Indiana first Aid demonstration j a or Howland of Purdue talk leaks in distribution system lies involved on the Forenoon Eon was served at the farm \ afternoon program War in a by a talk on water Aiften-0. Sims. Plainfield talked a its used around a water Plant Kennedy discussed residual he w a. Offley Jasonville a i the licensing Law and l j or i a a a s Lutc twill glee Castle Indiana wednesday Sehy embed 13, no. Parkersburg Sprinc to be dedicated Sun. Was chosen As site for l k by state Highway commission Beautiful Grotto 1iuilt War in Brief in one of five Park Sites in Craw. Onsville i list dirt of Indiana Roadside Council War ruins this formerly was an apartment House in Warsaw. But nazi bombers roared Over the polish capital and scored a direct hit Here with a High explosive missile. Poles stand silently and contemplate the run. Picture was passed by the German censor and flashed from London to new York by Cable. Tax adjustment Board adjourns a prov cd All budgets of Putnam county taxing uts 11 is Host to Odd Fellows the 1930 session of the Putnam county tax adjustment Board ended tuesday afternoon late after the Board had surprised nearly everybody possibly including its own members by approving All of the budgets of the Putnam county taxing units. All of the budgets were scrutinized closely to discover any proposed expenditures which appeared to the Board to be not needed but even with the close examination the budgets appeared to be drawn up with due regard to Economy combined with efficiency. Following the no Pruvli the Clinton township budget and proposed tax levies the Board considered and approved the budgets of Marion township Cloverdale township and town. Jefferson township. Warren township and Russellville town. As a closing ceremony the members of the Board unanimously adopted a Resolution authorizing the auditor. As clerk of the Board to certify to the state Board of tax commissioners All of the budgets of the county. If the state Board approves the budgets All of the tax levies As advertised or reduced by the county a Council will be the rates in effect for the collect Orf of taxes in the county in 1940. To open Granada after remodelling in preparation for its late summer opening on Friday september 15, the Granada theates is undergoing minor repairs and alterations so that it will present ?. Clean and neat appearance on that Date. Paint blushes have changed the looks of the lobby which has been painted a Bright and attractive Shade of Green. The Marzec has received a coat of Gray paint which helps freshen it up while on the Interior paint has changed the looks of the Walls and ceiling. The front Section where the plaster has a very rough finish has been washed and the aisles have new red figured rugs. Work will soon begin on the Balcony which will help make it very attractive. The theater will have the regular sch Dule of a double feature on Friday evening and saturday afternoon and evening. On sunday afternoon and evening and on monday Thero will be a single feature. This will give movie goers a Chance to see two shows a week with matinees on saturday and sunday. French picture Germany s army go Nukai. Staff is woefully Short of reserves re Itu kmknt8 serious Pershing advises boosting strength said Congress should profit by a costly lessons in id 17 t officers for Tiik a 0 year were elected at meeting i War mat monday night to 1 ils tri t of the Odd Fellows. A Quot a of 20 lodges. L. R. My Jim Ricl Deputy was in charge n of the 20 lodges were rep find the coming grand Lodge discussed. Graml Lodge n present included Clyde Flory. Mast,.,. T. Crabb grand War a hog Ooth grand Herald l. R. Re. District Deputy grand Mas a a friends District Deputy patriarch. In Ike third degree was gov Are candidates from Clay City. Being conferred by the i All Star team. Wet officers elected for the year were Enk John Layman Green president. Murry Luther Bra l8rv a in a. Friend Green Ain Hudoc Hutcheson Bra cd i a. B. Noose Brazil. 4,11 1 District ranks third in n membership gain Large i in said to the untiring of a District Deputy l. R. My tl0 in a year is rounding n k year As head of the Dis a and nation. R la dec was closed the Brazil 1 a it 1 nil Osh ments and Quot our was enjoyed. Meeting will be with republics i ill study neutrality conference is first Ever called by nations of this hemisphere Washington sept. 13.�? up the consultative conference of the 21 american republics at Panama City a Cal week will take up the subject of Neutral rights on the High seas in wartime it was indicated to Lay. The Agenda for the conference was announced Lute yesterday after its approval by the governing Board of the pan american Union composed of representatives of All Tho american nations. Reports that both sides in Tho present a european War had stopped United states ships Lent urgency to the subject of Neutral rights on the seas and the conference Agenda made certain that the question would be taken up vigorously. The conference is the first Ever called by the nations of this hemisphere to consider problems arising out of a War in another part of the world. It was provided for under the declaration of Lima. Three main topics will be discuss according to the Agenda announce i yesterday. They Are neutrality "protect1� of the peace of the Western and economic cooperation. Under neutrality the conference will con Side i the rights and duties of neutrals and belligerents in the Paris. Sept. 13. Up French military experts believed today that the War had progressed sufficiently to permit them to draw an accurate picture of the German army which Hitler has put into the Field. Their estimate is As follows Hitler has put 2,250,000 men into action. They Are incorporated in 47 divisions making up 13 of the 16 army corps known to exist under the last. German organization plan. Germany has perhaps 1 000,000 on the Western front and in Western front bases and intermediate lines and another 1000,000 on the polish front. No austrian or czech levies have been sent to Tut net front. All prisoners taken by the French and the polos have been germans and of All Ages showing that Reserve division have been thrown into the line with regular army units of Youthful conscripts. Having been deprived of Consrrip-1 tion for 15 years after the Versailles treaty the German general staff is woefully Short of reserves and each Man who Falls in action can be replaced Only with serious difficulty. It May eventually be necessary to lower and raise the minimum and maximum age limits. Theoretically Hitler is the commander in chief of the German armies. Actually this part is played by . Wilhelm Keitel chief of the High command who succeeded marshal Werner von Blomberg As the dedication of the Parkersburg Spring Park site will be held sunday september 17 at 2 p. M. The Parkersburg Spring for years i Well known for its Crystal Clear pipe i cold water was chosen As a site for development by the state Highway commission. Some time ago the water had been carried through a pipe across the Highway. Now a Beautiful Grotto has been built into which the water now runs through pipes. The Grotto has been constructed with Stone taken from the Quarry just North of Parkersburg. This Park site is one of five Park Sites in the Crawfordsville District of 1 the Indiana Roadside Council and is j the first to be completed. It is on i state Road no. 43, twelve Miles South j of Crawfordsville and twelve Miles 1 North of Greencastle. A very interesting program has been prepared with representatives of the several organizations of which the Roadside Council is composed. The Crawfordsville District is composed of fourteen counties. Mrs. Earl Proctor of Ladoga chairman of the Crawfordsville Dis strict of the Indiana Roadside Council. Will have charge of the dedicatory program which is Given below. Star spangled banners led by mrs. Grant Rose. Flag Salute. Scripture Reading. Prayer. A group of songs Crawfordsville Homo economics chorus. Address. Quot fitting the Highway i i into the landscape Quot mrs. T. E. I Bailey state president of Indiana 1 Roadside Council. I Solo. Quot thank god for a Garden Quot London Warsaw radio announces two polish armies crashed Lodz another establishing Contact Lodz and other establishing Contact with Warsaw defenders British put Domestic agriculture on War basis. \ Duke of Windsor awaits appointment in King s service. Berlin German command announces polish resistance will be broken by All Means lip plying imminent bombardment of open cities also claims German gains East and South of Warsaw Berwin meat rations Are i reduced rubber tires confiscated youth mobilize for farm work. Paris Palish sources assert German Center army besieging Warsaw from Southwest is trapped Between i Warsaw defenders and polish porn 1 Anian army furious Battles raging Vest of Warsaw French hold gains on Western front say since Udvanc i guard has been so successful Large operations against Siegfried line Are impending. Rome two polish troops crash encirclement Kwh captures City and the other contacts army i it a fun Ding Yva Usa a one was the Quot lost Quot Force residents reported to Llave resumed Normal life Many shops have rep Ned b u llet1n Washington sept. Is up a president Roosevelt today railed Congress into special session sept. 21. I i Washington sept. 13 up i the american ambassador to Poland Anthony Drexel Biddle today form High quarters indicate ally charged the German military there May be further clarification of j forces of bombing Italy s position before week end a a i towns in Poland. Britain and p Ranee seek amp Ifica a pen cities and London. Sept. 13 up prime minister Neville Chamberlain told parliament today that great Britain and France Are determined Quot to put an end once and for All to the menace of to that end he said the two Powers Are carrying out their obligations fully to give eve cry Aid to the poles who Quot so far have frustrated Quot the nazi Conquest. The British War Aims include libel at Ion of the czechs from nazi Rule. Tion of Italy s september 1 statement that italians will not take military initiative. With German armies Eastern front United press correspondent on san River front reports fighting greatly intensified polish resistance slows Down German a Vanee German commanders add fit. Moscow official Roundup of speculators and food hoarders throughout soviet Union government now expects to resume moral Distri i Button of products. Washington Pershing urges Congress to increase regular army i to full peace time strength As pro a London. Sept. 13. Up the i pared Ness measure Agenda for con Budapest radio said today that 10.-Ference of american republics pro 000 slovak soldiers had crossed the Yides for discussion of Neutral rights Border into Hungary and had been on High seas. Interned. The slovaks Are fighting with German troops in Poland. I London sept. 13 up a War-1 a w radio broadcast said to Lay that the two polish armies of the Northwest had crashed through the great German encirclement that one had recaptured Lodz Poland s second largest City and the other had made Deans ski a at fre Limen meet it is mrs. Grant Rose Ladoga. Dedicatory address h. J. Snith Laht of three periods of Tegt Lateo calling at sororities ends tonight Zius Indianapolis state landscape supervisor. Christening of the Spring mrs. E. K. Chapman Crawfordsville. Tree planting ceremony mrs. A. L. Loop Crawfordsville. Solo Quot Trees Quot Rahach mrs. Glenn Switz Crawfordsville. America the Beautiful led by mrs. Grant Rose. The Public is most cordially invited to attend the dedication. The business of going to College was further clarified today As freshman orientation week continued at Depauw University. Dean Louis h. Dirks and Dean Helen c. Salzer spoke at meetings of All new men and women respectively most of the freshman interest groups listened to Library lectures and were photo and sorority graphed. Fraternity Rush continued. I Quot this is not High school Quot Dirks told the freshman men Washington. Sept. 13 up a Gen. John j. Pershing who led the american forces in the world War said today that Congress should profit by the Quot costly lesson Quot of unpreparedness in 1917 and swiftly chief of the general staff under hit boost the regular army to full peace Lef time strength. Pershing known As Quot old a Quot ext it is Keitel who is personally dlr Black meeting operations on both fronts simultaneously and who is. At the same time charged with coordinating the German air Force and Navy. Official German dispatches report cont i no a i fuer two Jack Quot to the thousands of officers and men who served under him in 1917 and 1918, broke his usual custom of refraining from comment on world events by issuing a statement on his birthday. He is 79 today. Pershing urged immediate strengthening of National defences. His statement released Bis military Secretary. Col. George k. Adamson gave Quot Hearty support to president Roosevelt a recent order boosting the personnel of the regular army Navy and Marine corps by 104.000 men. The general is in Wal cadent near the Raymond Hammond Ter Reed Hospital for a physical a farm South of Greencastle. The ice Donald King is injured in wreck Donald King of this City an employee of Gardner Brothers was injured tuesday night when the truck he was it living turned Over in an a Check up. Pershing characterized the present army As a Quot Mere Skeleton Quot of the peace time Force authorized by Congress in 1920 and sold he Quot sincerely hoped Quot that the special session if called would immediately authorize an army at full peace time strength. He said that americans have a very Strong reasons to be thankful for the far sighted measures Token after the world War to avoid a repetition of the dilemma of 1917.�?� Don Gari Kitt and band honors at fair Don Garrett organized and entered the Tipton county american legion band Anil won sweepstakes Anil top honors Over numerous other military hands it the Indiana state fair september 7. The band under the pc Etc a tuition with a View to pro direction of or. Garrett marched for the integral sovereignty and the Tipton county farm Bureau. I or place a a. Putnam county the no get yet known. Friend District Secretary. A Irvin the Pence of the Nationn of the Western hemisphere. Four Steps to be taken a in common o. Individually will to discussed. Cash award will help take the band to Chicago on september 26 for the american legion National convention. Truck which he was driving is owned by Gardner Brothers. Or. King was brought to the office of a local physician for treatment where it was found that he suffered several fractured ribs in his right Side also injuries to his hip and shoulder. A Ray pictures were to be taken at the Putnam county Hospital today to determine the full extent of his injuries. 20 years ago in Greencastle Dean As he emphasized the transition Between began a i orderly Retreat i Contr with the defending Warsaw. This report if Correct meant that polish soldiers had achieved to their first Victory since the country was invaded 12 Days ago. One of the two armies mentioned was the lost Quot Force of Pom Orze the corridor which the germans had reportedly hopelessly trapped or annihilated a week ago. The other was the Poznan army which had held Posen 175 Miles West of Warsaw and Only 50 Miles from the German Border until Elliis week when East Ulcek receives High school and College and the and. A to i just ments transition. Necessary to successful he explained the Discie there wus no indication As to where the corridor army had broken Png pc no a i a binary articles in the student hand through the g Iman line but api ills ii i Iphil a i Book and warned against dishonesty ill old l>0, n from the Quot. I and other violations of the rules because for several Days the Der Hokk Morrison assistant Dean Glenn Giddings Dia mans Luul Quot Cupic i All of Western instructions uksts kicking a cussed the technical academic Rou except a narrow strip cd Tell Issue a Tine of changing courses demerits in it i and the penalties for cutting. 1 Post n the polish corridor army the exigencies of the War Stua Dean Salzer explained the Rushing lion in Europe arc brought closer to system established at Depauw uni Greencastle by the receipt by Homer c. Morrison clerk of the Putnam circuit court of instructions re to rifling the issuing of pass por a from the United states to european i two years ago in which ill fresh almost due West of Warsaw t it the polish corridor would have had to travel 100 Miles southward through territory Ger i Chrsity by the panhellenic Council. I claimed to have occupied to the last three periods or regulate i a Rea it h front line which calling at sorority houses is tonight. This is a part of schedule introduced countries. The instructions say. Quot no passport heretofore Issue i Thall a valid for use to travelling from the United states to any country in Europe unless it is submitted to the department of Stutch for validation for such use and no passport will hereafter be issued for use in any country of Europe unless the applicant therefor shall submit to the department of state evidence of the imperative necessity for his travelling to Europe. Quot in consequence of this order whenever a person applies through our office for an americ an passport to enable him to travel to Europe you should require him to Curmit wit i his application documentary evidence of the imperative necessity of his proposed trip to Europe. Quot passports will not hereafter be issued valid for any european country merely for pleasure recreation touring sightseeing or any other i an women interested in organizations visit Al the houses before intensive Rushing starts. Fraternities also hoi i Ocon House tonight. Tomorrow the freshmen have their final meetings with Counselor before registration Friday. Sororities will give teas for rushes. Faces South. The announcement As received i Here was communique no. 12 of the polish supreme command. It read Quot Aerial activity by the enemy has perceptibly slackened owing to considerable losses suffered during monday s rails. Quot there were Only half hearted attempts to raid Warsaw tuesday. Quot military operations continued along Ali . Quot the army of Pom Orze which reached the Region of Moulin 18 Miles Northwest of Warsaw established Contact with main polish Indianapolis. Ind., sept. 13. Of Quot a it gtd heavily engaged the in up civilian conservation Corpa any Camps will not be converted into Mil Center the Warsaw defense i itary groups Virgil Sheppard St Iti acc Camps will not be converted 1 h of ill in a inn runt i we i miss Helen Birch was to teach j not. 0f an imperative music in the methodist College at director of acc selection said today Sheppard said he had received word from officials in Washington denying rumours that the acc would become a Branch of the military service. According to the notice enrollees would be subject to service Only As private citizens and on the j same basis As those outside Sheppard said. A q a $ o Ltd it a @ a a today a weather a and e a local temperature St fair tonight and thursday slight Camps by warmer in East portion tonight continued warm thursday. Ferrand is drawn tin is sideswipe Ada. Ohio. Clark Arnold senior in Depauw was elected to teach two classes in mathematics in the High school. To was to coach the basketball team also. Miss Grace Browning was the loader of the Christian Endeavor Federal court the sessions to be hold ing to a report made at police head society meeting at the presbyterian at Evem Shiue Robert c. Baltzell quarters. Crawfordsville journal Church. Being the presiding judge. And review. Trucks operated by e. Sickle a c. J. Fori and. Has received notice Driver of the a. Amp 1�?T. Food stores an i that he has been drawn for service Paul Baldwin. Russellville Sid Swip on the Federal Petit jury for the octo d tuesday afternoon 1 in the 400 Iber term of the Southern Indiana Block of West Market Street Accord minimum. 8h 6 a. M. A is 7 a. A. Of s a. A. 80 a. 87 10 a. M. 01 11 a. M. A a 12 noon. 97 1 p. A. 99 2 p. In. 100
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