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Greencastle Daily Banner (Newspaper) - September 22, 1939, Greencastle, IndianaT the weather 4 fair a and warmer 4 u 4 a the daily Banner a it Waves for ally a f All t11f. Home news 4 United press service 4 g j a you in a seven , Indiana Friday Siok brr Jwj 1 Iii do an to conduct last rites for mrs. Betti k will be held saturday will have part Tillotson Mil i Mcc turf. Kit Al lie i Quot charge Sor it Rit it �prod�tatlvt9 to. Attend Lra services for mrs. Bettie Hamilton Well known Grcen woman an i on. Of the first l ,. Of Indiana Asbury p Liv Raity who died held saturday acc at 2 of clock from the Gobin trial methodist Church. Or. K wed Man president of de University assisted by the i c m Mcclure pastor of the a Church and the Rev. Dernec tip Olaon will he in charge. In int will be made in Forest h u pallbearers will be or. A pc Hixson prof. G. B. Manhart Walter Bundy Russell Alex Edward Pratt and James bit honorary pallbearers will 111-r or h. B. Longden or. F. C. La. Or. A r. Hutches n. Isaac lord and Albert Daggy a Uve and am Nae members of Alpha Theta sorority of i mrs. Hamilton was a charter Liber. Will take part in the Servi a Active members will have charge i a the Church and both i and alumnae members will j i song at the grave. 1 the Church services. Mrs. Roy a sorority Alumna will sing prayer Quot Reserve sections for both the Active i groups. G b. Raffet of Wilmette past grand president of the sorr �01 Cone to the services to Een the. Ind Council and mrs. Maurer of . T of District one will also be bit other representatives of it one which includes Beta ter at Bloomington Gamma at and Alpha Chi chapter of s. Also will attend these last t As Well As alumnae from Varl i cities. Leagues attend rally at Brazil not. Is i the Epworth league group rally held in Epworth Church Brazil last night was attended by More than 1.50 leagues. There were 33 leagues from the Gobin memorial High school league. Officers for the new j year were elected at the Busin is session. The group Cabinet is composed of the following adult Leader Rev. Claude m. Mcclure Green Castle president Burlyn Michel Brazil 1st vice president Edith Greenleaf Green Castle 2nd vice president. Ruth Ann Schrepferman Brazil 3rd vice president. Dwight Terry Morton 4th vice president Bishop Northway Knightville Secretary treasurer Ralph Bullerdick. Greencastle. The next rally will be held in the Carbon methodist Church party lines split Over of dry a Appeal Poland partitioned for the fourth time joint meeting program informal United Spanish War veterans am auxiliary to meet at evens Home immediate objective of administration is Speed fight is promised cited conservative ked Congress to remove eni Lnu go again it a smrt of arms to warring nations Shaw Matthews Are entered in show Washington. Sept. 22 up parly i pcs splintered today under weight of president Roosevelt s a peal to Congress to remove the on. Bargo against Export of arms to War i ring nations immediate objective of the admin j is ration is Speed. Senate Isom Ati. N lists Are mane vering for Long and i hot debate. The presidents opponents promised a fight a from hell to breakfast. They claimed a nucleus of 30 to 35 Senate votes. Administration leaders Berlin sept. 22. I up Poland was partitioned for the fourth time today when German and soviet High i commands agreed upon lines of demarcation Between the two armies which give approximately half of Poland to Russia. Whether the carving done by the Reich and red armies would be final remained for decision As to possible creation of a polish Buffer state Between Germany and the u. S. S. R. But for the present Russia is to take All of Poland East of a line beginning at the East Prussia Frontier where the liver Pisa Crotz so s into Poland. Local Man was operator of car Willim is Tondu i r i a. I it lit 1 it ban no Elf ii hit stalled Alt i the program for the joint meeting of the Earl Fisk Camp of the United Spanish War veterans and the auxiliary of that Camp at the Home of or. Anil mrs. Walter evens West Walnut Road sunday afternoon will be informal in character but its features should be especially interesting. The program itself begins soon after 3 of clock but. At its close the company will enjoy a Weiner roast around the Stone fireplace built by or. Evens not far from the House Coffee is to be served by the Camp but the persons attending Are expected to take food and table service. The program Calls for an invocation by the chaplain Oscar Irwin a greeting from the auxiliary a response by commander Fred Star a Call of the Roll of the veterans for a statement from each As to the command in which he served during the Spanish War and a closing talk by g. E. Black presenting a very Brief review of the history of the Camp. Thu event is in Celebration of the 25th anniversary of the organization of the Camp in Greencastle. William Standifur of Greencastle was operator of the interurban car i which struck an automobile which cited the had stalled on the track at cottage the rally of conservative democrats a Hui West of Brazil yesterday Reto the president s Standard As an i suiting in the total destruction of the Omen of Victory. J automobile but leaving the Driver the big democratic majorities John buyer living North of Riley in however appeared to be proportion j Vig it county practically unhurt a lately less broken on the neutrality i remarkable escape considering the Issue than the Republican front. J thoroughness with which the Auto Senate democratic policy and 1 was damaged. Republicans Stream into Indianapolis week end �?o14-40�?� rally will formally inaugurate 1940 Campaign committee met at noon thus far Only two serious candidates emerged for nomination to u. S. Senate Rodeo will shown Home Arena sunday policy steering committees meet at 11 a. M. Est today with leaders attempting to limit the session to strictly emergency legislation. They fear that delayed adjournment might jeopardize the Cash and carry plan to Export arms. Congress is in three Day recess. The president leaves today for Hyde Park n. Y., for the week end. The capital is experiencing a Western front Calm. But the fight is on with a splash of drama hot for fiction. Re it i Ivl Anno mement of be1 Nion i \ i it Ennes Victor Walter helps save it is said that the automobile stalled on the track just As the interurban car in charge of Motorman. Standifer was coming West up cottage Hill. The interurban car struck the willya and Hurle l it West against a service and troll a wire support pole we aging the Auto Between the car and the pole and breaking the i pole off near the base. The Automo i bile was crushed out of shape but i lbs Driver was protected by the steel body. While the Little space he of i copied was left the remainder of the car was twisted and Bent. The rear Light wheel was sunk into the rear of j the body where it remained. Fisler dying by thousands As result of discharge from Canning Plant the entrants from Putnam Fry at the third annual sad he p Quot punic Quot at the Stock farm of Mccabe Southwest of Craw a Ville in in Youngsville sunday a Oon. Will be horses from the be penal i at Putnamville an m by .1� in Earnshaw and one Matthews. There will be is from and West stables it Danville. 111., from the favetto a Idle club and. It is a ted 1 the Irma a ii u Sod i club a the judge of tin no a will be prof. R. B. Cooley of and the ringmaster will be f 1 Indianapolis Percsi of the pad lock Saddle club. Cards have been received Here announcing the annual reunion of the 159th ind. Vol. Inf. Which is to be held this year at Vincenes october 8. The meeting will to held in the a bail of the Chas. D. Mccoy Camp in. S. V. A. At 7th and Seminary streets in that City. The card two Hundred comrades and friends wore present at last years reunion. Company 1, which was organized in Greencastle and company f. Organized at Roachdale were in the 159th a a a a Mont in the War and Many members of those companies living Here now. And elsewhere will attend the reunion of the regiment. Sight submarines off Alaska Nova Scotia love farm sold Arthur m. I Ove farm of 160 was id yesterday before a p a Roux interested bidders and a ors in the group were Saver no bidders. E Fain. A id for $43 per acre fir in $6880 for the total farm. Love stated he was very Well with the Price which the i brought. A a Wils conducted by the re is Yeai. State auction company Indianapolis. Washington. Sept. 22 up it president Roosevelt revealed today that two foreign submarines have been sighted off Alaska and off Nova Scotia. A the submarine on the Pacific Side he said was seen off the Southern Boundary of Alaska near where the Boundary reaches the alaskan inside passage. The second submarine was sighted 60 or 70 Miles South of the tip of Nova Scotia about half Way Between Neva and Nantucket Shoals the president said. Or. J f wats am i �1st weeks picture was of Lawrence Graham sheriff of Putnam county. Or. Gralam was formerly chief of police of Greencastle. Miss Ella Mahatma was the first in Greencastle to guess the Correct identity of the picture and won two tree tickets to tin von Castle theatre to see a goodbye or. Chips a with Robert Donat Greer a arson and Terry Kilburn. Miss i Misc Hadd. Route one is the Winner of the two from outside of the City. We have another Good one for you to guess this we a. He is one of the older professional inc i of Greencastle and there probably Isnit a person in the count who does t know him a gentlemen is still in Bull View and Lias changed Only slight so a Fallt a a cml look and Cail us and t a us who you think ii is. Try your skill. It i Quot a we to win two free tickets to the 4 Rucastle theatre Victor Walter Putnam county game Warden was called on to help the Montgomery county game Warden and wardens from other counties to save the lives of As Many j fish As possible in upper big Raccoon Creek in Montgomery county within the last few Days the fish dying by the thousands As a result of another discharging of refuse from the Ladoga Canning Plant. Or. Walter said. This time the Plant permitted its refuse from pumpkin pulp to flow into a Drain from the Plant and thence into big Raccoon Creek causing the death of a myriad of fish or. Walter said. To said the refuse from the pulp is supposed to be discharged into disposal tanks at the Canning Plant. Instead it entered the Creek and. When mixed with the water it began to decay and the decomposition of the vegetable matter exhausted the Supply of oxygen killing Many thousand of fish he said. Or. Walter worked All of one Day and part of another with other wardens. Removing the dying fish from the unhealthy water and taking them to other streams and Ponds. In one Day. Or. Walter took out 4 947 fish of varying sizes kinds and Ages and saved their lives by transplanting. In addition to says Farmers came in a Large number with water tanks on their trucks and took other thousands of the fish to private Ponds. The larger fish suffered More from the Stream pollution than did the smaller ones. He found two Bass weighing four or five pounds dying m a Sandbar for instance. The Catfish seemed to be practically immune to the devastation which swept so Many other fish out of existence. Or. Walter said the pollution of the water did not reach that part of the Creek which is in Putnam county. Geruus suffer hunger South Bend ind. Sept. 22. Up a German american South Bend resident reveil a today that he had received a letter from a relative in Germany stating that the German people Are a suffering great he said the message was written in Small letters pm the Back of the postage stamp while in the text was a not that the stamp would be of a great value in the future. He steamed off the stamp and found the message. Grimes services will be saturday Indianapolis ind sept 22. Up it thousands of Hoosier republicans streamed into Indianapolis today for the week end �?o14-40�?T�?T rally which will formally inaugurate the 1940 Campaign. They came to 1. Attend the Indiana Republican editorial association convention today with a banquet tonight. 2. Join in numerous group meetings such As the farm organization work ids session this noon. 3. March in a two hour Parade tomorrow followed by a Barbecue and afternoon of impassioned Republican oratory at the state Fairgrounds. 4. Survey a welter of candidates for nominations on the state ticket and mingle with party leaders. 5. Stage a demonstration of party Solidarity and determination which will have a salutary effect on 1940 voters. The Republican state committee met this noon to discuss Campaign business As will the executive committee of the Federated women a Republican clubs. Late this after noon Young republicans will hold a reception for James j. Wadsworth new York state assemblyman who will address the editorial association. As an added touch Bishop Ritter of the Catholic diocese Here issued a special dispensation to enable All Catholic republicans to take part in j the Barbecue tomorrow which is a j Church fast Day. There arc innumerable candidates i for office in the g. O. I. This year i most of whom scent a 1940 Victory and Are anxious to leap to a head Start. A Good illustration is the nomination for governor for which even a casual glance reveals eleven possibilities. Judge James a. Emmert of Shel Byville is campaigning and recently ? a handsomely illustrated Booklet was issued in his behalf. Clarence Bena Duin. Muncie lawyer announced his candidacy yesterday. State sen i Ator William Jenner May do so at i this meeting. Others who have been mentioned Are Glen Hillis Kokomo lawyer mayor Harry Baals of fort Wayne David Hogg of fort Wayne a former congressman George a. Jeffrey of Indianapolis major general having completed holding the world s championship Rodeo contest in d troit during the Michigan state fair the Adams and Monnett Rodeo will show in their Home Arena next sunday sept. 24th. Their Stock of bucking horses and Brahma bulls inc Udes Many new ones purchased for the Detroit show and the management assures the Public this will be the biggest Rodeo Ever produced in the Home Arena. Such championship performers As Ralph and Estell claim hike wa1-Rich, George Daniels Tuffy Grant Joe Adkins Pearl Biron Shrley Lou Adams also Lloyd Skimahorn Champion horse Roper and trick rider. Will be included on the program. The ranch is located on Road 40 about 1-t mile East of the intersection of roads 40 and 43. There will be p Enty of free parking space or members of Iron guard Are killed a hundreds under arrest and More arrests were in Prospect w Arsaw station still going official Iliili command said action on Western front 700 civilians killed by germans ii u l l e t i n London sept. 22 up sounds or rapid gunfire off Deal today indicate l that British warships were attacking German submarines. Paris. Sept. 22 up i the news ii ground an the Public is invited p i it or Kvut Ari Dan reported to Day to brim their lunch and spend the that chalks Boyers Molion it picture Day on this typical Western unch. I Star a Bra nk�?Tbill7-ld at Tho Tow-1 i it predict partition m Poland in week reported Russia Wol i i be Given Region extending w est of Warsaw Berlin. Sept. 22 up a nazi sources predicted to it Xian that the German military Mission now in Moscow would conclude an agreement with russian for the partition of Poland in a week. I of Agen in southwestern France. Bucharest. Sept. 22. Up hundreds of members of the outlawed Iron guard organization were under arrest today and More arrests were in Prospect As a military led government moved to avenge mercilessly the assassination of Premier Armand Calinescu. Thousands of people watched last night 8�?~y hours after the assassination. The Public execution of six of Tho assassins at the spot where they killed the Premier. Two Lead committed suicide immediately after the attack. Today the country was quiet. Sources Here that Russia would to Given i Region of Poland extending j backed by an army of upwards of it was reported in usually reliable l of noon Man ill 1m lick through tha country the government sought to stamp out the last remnants of the westwards to Warsaw which is guard whc1 not Only the Fiovo. Fighting off German besiegers Ern ment tit the people Al r the Moscow Mission is headed by j the assassination. Count Frederic w. Von Schulenburg. J reinforcements had been called German ambassador there. For the Bucharest Garrison. Military quarters explained the _ failure to capture Warsaw after a. London. Sept. 22. Up the two weeks seige As due to the a Calm \ Warsaw radio station still going Ness and thoroughness with which Strong at 1 30 a. In. 8 30 p. In. The attack was planned and thursday Edt announced that Ger Man shul s and a plane bombs had killed 700 civilians mostly women and children yesterday. And had a a gutted both the German and soviet embassies wounding several members of the soviet staff. That Quot the Battle of the Eastern army against Warsaw has not yet begun thus far there has been Only reconnaissance and a spokesman said a the commencement of this action will be announced in a High command d. N. B. Official German Neva j Paris. Sept. 22. Up an offi Agency. Said that fighting continued i Cial High command communique said Between the Bzura River and the today that there was artillery action Bend of the Vistula from Warsaw on All sectors of the Western front. 30 Miles West and that a a the wreck a age of the defeat i army shows that i Berlin. Sept. 22. Up inspire the great Battle is approaching its de nazi sources blame i great Brit end services held for James William Cook James William Cook. 72 yours old. Who was found lifeless wednesday evening in a Corn crib on his farm near Jordan Village was the father of c. C. Cook of Reelsville and the brother of mrs. Nancy Ann Horn of Greencastle. Funeral services a a re . In it it of passed Anvari he Suay funeral services for Albert Grimes will known resilient of Maple Heights who died thursday afternoon at his Home on Martinsville Street will lie held saturday afternoon at 2 o clock from the Shanon fun Crul Horn. The Kov. E. F. Singhurst. Anil the Rev. Angie Godwin will to in charge. Interment will to mud a in Forest Hill cemetery i ill hearers will lie Richard Whelan William Herod. Wiley Davis. Wilbur Chadd George Stevens and Theodore Crawley. Or. Grimes had been an invalid for 14 years. He was 77 years old. Survivors include the widow mrs. Stella Grimes two daughters mrs. Marguerite Walker of Kokomo and mrs. Frances Henderson of Greencastle and five sons. Leslie Grimes of Kokomo and Albert Wilbur Kenneth. And James Grimes All of Greencastle one brother John Grimes of Indianapolis and Twenty grandchildren. Orders strike Lansing mich., sept. 22.�? up the Utility workers organizing committee today ordered a strike in plants of the Consumers Power company serving most of lower Michigan outside of Detroit. 20 years ago in Greencastle a marriage License was issued to Reverdy j. Gillespie and Martha Greiner. Mrs. Charles Gardner entertained the Martha Washington club. The it St Section of the la lies Aid of Locust Striect Church met with mrs. Held it iday Forenoon at 10 of clock at f Sharp. Olive Street. Clan City Anil the interment was in a Gilbert Knetzer Sang at the put the Wilkinson cemetery at that Nam county sunday school Conven place Tion h. Tyndall of Indianapolis Joseph am Rew former legislator from Lafayette Secretary of state James m. Tucker and possibly state chairman Arch n. Bobbitt. Thus far Only two serious candidates have emerged for the nomination to the u. S. Senate. These arc residents v id Hine a l me a i Leopn on tribe to mania \ Cori ing to in nation from Indian \ office Ain today for the assassination of i Premier Armand Calinescu of re mania. The Deutsche Dienst Agency Rei gained As Semi official said that Britain wanted him out of the Way because he was Neutral. The Voelkl Schur Beo Zachter. Official newspaper Organ of the nazi party said without explanation i a the fact that the assassination occurred exactly on the opening Day of that some residents of Putnam the United states Congress special Ray Willis of Angola the nominee in county have the deplorable plight of a it is further proof that it was 1938 who came within 6.00u votes of chinese sufficiency at heart to in i it spelt it. It it . Winning and Clarence h. A a Dick Ducc them to contribute Money for wills of Kokomo who sought the the helping of those chinese is denomination last year. Partisans of closed in a communication from the w Illis Maint Ain that he it an e so he i i Church 1 Rome. Sept. 22. Up Italy watched closely today for Balkan re Prender last year against heavy Odds that he Mattec for China Relief in the y. M. J Sas Sinuon of rumanian should be Given another Chance. C. A building Indianapolis. At Brazil a minor Boom has been that statement shows the Contri Jas a Quot Mas 11 w As possible to get started for congressman Gerald Button of 5.7� from a a individuals Quot i confirmation of the Assassin Landis for senator but this has not Greencastle City 2.16 from the first Tion fro Bucharest the foreign of act taken definite shape. Presbyterian Church of that City and telephoned italian envoys for the other places on the state 3.00 from the Russellville Federated throughout the Balkan countries to ticket the candidates Are almost too Church. Clay county contributed 21 b 1 Exchange of views and Montgomery county 486.98 1 authoritative opinions us the re Owen 7.40 Hendricks. 28 00. A get. Was thut tile assassination the Cost of living among the Chi 8hould no it change the International nose people is so very much lower than the Cost of subsistence of a numerous to mention. Speakers at the rally tomorrow will be Frank Gannett Rochester n. Y., publisher Glenn Frank head of the Republican National program committee Homer e. Capehart sponsor of the 1938 Cornfield Confer ence and mrs. Bertha Rauer Illinois National committee woman. 11 on Hunt americans that the $10.95 contrib us Turkey has Earth a i Ake Istanbul sent. -22 up \ de from Putnam county Means very j ten1fic Earth quake. Shook the Region of Smyrna today and authorities fear much More for that purpose than would for the same purpose Here. War in Brief London a Warsaw radio announces City still holds against germans after 14 Days of siege says German bombs shells thursday killed 700 civilians destroyed German Bucharest government rounds up hundreds of Iron guards after. Public executions of Premier Calin Escus a assassins government and army remain in control believe pro and soviet embassies. Radio War nazi plot to seize Power misfired cd a heavy toll of casualties. Is it a amp a a 6 0 0 0 0 9 a today a weather 0 @ and 0 0 local temperature 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 fair tonight and saturday except increasing cloudiness in extreme j North saturday not so Cool tonight saw asserts 87 German planes shot King Carol strengthens determine a except in extreme Southwest War Down in Battle for Warsaw. Berlins army High command announces Germany and Russia reach Complete agreement regarding Tion to remain Neutral. Moscow soviets confirm German announcement of agreement lines of demarcation in Poland says la on Lin it its of do Macau it a in Poland germans won Battle of Tomasow. 50 Arney announces red troops mop up Miles Northwest of Lwow. Remnants of polish forces in polish Paris War office announces a area occupied by russians Tillery action along entire Western i Washington administration front throughout thursday night presses for speedy enactment of says French Advance guards Contin Roosevelt a neutrality requests while us activity against German lines. I Senate isolationists plan Long debate. Mer saturday. Minimum 6 a. M. 7 a. A. 8 a. A. 9 a. M. 10 a. A. 11 a. A. 12 noon 1 p. A. 46 47 50 59 69 7.3 75 77 77 2 p. A. 77
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