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Greencastle Daily Banner (Newspaper) - September 24, 1936, Greencastle, Indiana The teat her a a Folb a warmer a it a the daily Banneit a it Waves for ally a a 1.1. The Home news Ltd United press service $ a a a a a ill me forty four i co. Horse show opens Quot Ere Tzvi concessions moved �0 pm Sci be from i ans series of sermons Kkt Mantle Indiana till henday Skly Tom blk a a a it. No. 293 in cause cite in Ark inconvenience show and Rod a at City Parker schedule Field drying past after storm cps Isons for the annual Putnam Niv Horac show were voted to be from the City Park to the pub a arc around the East and North so of the courthouse at a special of the chamber of com officials of the show mayor leg f Zeis and a representative the state Highway department Jne Day evening. The move was pc because of the heavy downpour rain which lusted throughout the Urther investigation thursday ring showed the Park grounds to fair condition but it was deed definitely at that time to go ugh with the emergency plans in to to insure the Success of the ent against danger of further the horse show events and the to will be held according to sched at the City Park and though the has caused both officials and cession ers great inconvenience it failed to Dampen the enthusiasm the sponsors. The pulling contest was held at 1 this afternoon in the space rth of the grand stand at Robe h Park the Rcd co will be held at 30 this evening at the Park. Enas began to arrive at the horse a of the Park thursday morning d preparations were made to act Iodate All the listed exhibitors i events. I record number of entries have n listed for Competition in the Lious events adn Competition is Irving High people of the county have the privilege of seeing e of the Best horses in this Sec of the state at this show on exit Ion during Tho two remaining fraternities Ari pledging new members a Keek Lutter organizations at in i Al w holding Anni Al Kish local boys a Al in list nearly two Hundred Voun men i univ exit v hedged by thirteen lat groups at Depauw a fraternities Nual Quot Rush Quot yesterday a thirteen greek letter air a conducting their an for new members and total of 158 Young men Kev. Laude Mcclure Sermon series Al m. E. Church Quot building a flu would Quot Thlik of talks by Kev. Much re had been plea la cd a pledging will end tonight at 10 of clock and i by that time nearly two Hundred University students will probably be wearing the customary pledge buttons of tin different frats. Pledges of the Depauw fraternities Are american commons club Earl Brigham. Grand lakes Mich. William Kentlee Indianapolis Walter i Rappaport Camden new Jersey Patsy Capo defer Burnar Duvillo n. Robert Elkins. Fairmount Herbert Hitchens. Ben Hitchens Chicago 111 Joe Hall. Evanston. 111. Lyman Cherry Lake Wood. Ohio. Phi Kappa Fri John Murray Marion Max rail Ley Indianapolis Hoy Mccormick Indianapolis Hay Montgomery. Vincennes Jack Johnson Vincennes George Schaffer Vincennes Charles Arnold. Green cast be George Palmer Lagrange 111. Paul Haines. Sturgis Mich. De Lindsay. Detroit Mich. Jack Pierce Terre haute Don Matthius Indianapolis Bill Belshaw Hammond Jim Erdmann. Hammond Dixon Downey South Bend Sigma Chi 1 Lamm Anderson Harold Cook Greencastle Mark Ware Huntington Richard lining Huntington Donald my lean Huntington Jack Dunlap Mishawaka a amp old Cook. Mishawaka Robert Kemp Mishawaka James Russell Tipton James Andrews. Hinsdale 111. John Scott. Hinsdale. 111. Robot Craft. Indianapolis Squire Hurst Keene. N. H. John Adams Shelby Ville Robert Mcbane Fortville Robert Scully Cincinnati. Ohio. Sigma no Melvin Bayly Chicago ill Donald Booty arc incas the William Hendrickson Chicago. Ill Hetzler Hartsock Indianapolis George Iscon Hower. Martinsville John Powell Indianapolis Phil Powell Martinsville. Baby Dies after a mercy operations Quot building a new world is the general title of the series of sunday morning sermons to be delivered at the 10 40 worship service by Rev. Claude m. Mccure minister of Cobin memorial methodist Church. Program As follows september 27�?�?othe Way to a new Schwanger world this is membership Dard Day. Opportunity will be Given to Beta Theta i John Louth to unite with the Church. All students Komo. William Hinkle. Riverside desiring to become Quot affiliate Mem ii Robert Suckow Franklin Sam Alpha Tau Omega Roland to Dian Evansville Ralph Bidwell Evansville Everett Bishman Evansville James Wagner. Lorain Ohio Del Lundy. Paxton 111. John Swan j its i 1 0 i son. Paxton. 111. Charles Tritt. Union City William Birthright. Indianapolis Bob Wilcox. Limon 111. Curtis Wain Chicago 111 Albert Kokomo Leland Stod it. Carmel 111. Board cuts county Levy to 66 cents tax \d.i1 it Fletes on mint Board com a Al session wednesday Keim e be i no $1,000 tax gluten for Yarious Toimi Shlit in la it Nani county Are listed below the to it tin or. And mrs. Julian Tafel and baby Julian or. Holding out for five Days in favor of a Quot mercy death Quot for his malformed baby son. Julian Tafel of Chicago finally consented to it an operation. The baby. Julian. Or. Shown in the Hospital with his parents. Was slowly starving to death because of organic defects which required an operation to Correct. The baby died bust night. Fighting sector Spanish government soldiers divert w Waterfall wide area Ini \ do tid Quot building Christian r. Wildman is kiwanis speaker to Depauw president asks c00peit action a Tyve in cite and College bars Quot arc urged to be present october 4�?"facing a new fron Bert Haris october 11 october 18�?"sources of Power for Rohn Christian living in times like Lima these Quot. October 25�?"old Gold speaker or. Clyde Wildman president of Depauw University. November 1�?"developing a Christian november Ripe Quot the Church and world november 15�?"jesus and the new rend social David Thompson. Winamac William go Evanston. 111. Robert Best 111. James Pickett. Greenfield Charles Yeo Muncie Robert Weissmiller Chicago 111. Robert Lima Ohio Marshall Rogers. Ohio Harold Shilrey Muncie. Delta Chi Jack Armstrong. South Bend Norman Buck it. Wayne Carl and Lloyd Bingham. Newport Edward Burney. Portsmouth. Ohio Walter Carroll. Logansport Alfred Collins. South Bend James Dickerson Logansport a by acc Hardy Cleveland. Ohio Carl Hibbard. South Fred Lambert it. Wayne Oughton Dowagiac. Mich Richard Madrid sept. 24 up loyalists diverted the Waterfall at Al Berche Southwest of Madrid today flooding the Talavnia Santa Olalla. Lui Simedo and Maqueda zone and preventing any rebel Effort to Advance. November 29�?"christianity, the Robert Pence. Hammond social ultimate Quot. Petitt Shanghai China Janies december 2-6 special services Sweet it. Wayne. Speaker Bishop William f. Me or Clyde e. Wildman. New presi of Depauw University was lest and speaker for the local i Inis club at its regular meeting Jur Day noon. Or. Wildman in his a Marks made a plea for cooperation a tween the University and the City. A there Are two basis on which any a groups can he said t a War basis or on a cooperative is our nation today seems to be Fani Zed on a War basis and Only 1 can result. The same is True of Al family of a Community or of individuals. Dowell. Music for the above services will be provided by the University Church choir of More than 50 members under the direction of or. Van Denman Thompson. Accidents take toll in Indiana a on a cooperative basis we can k out our problems together Quot a continued and pointed out Green we Day As a part of the Depauw a Tennial plans. Quot through co opera of students faculty alumni and fiends we can rend Depauw into second Century and help her a Ltd that academic a perfect Quot or Vildman was Given a standing Villon by the club when introduced Dean Louis ii Dirks president. A it stayed after the program to him. In the business session a nominal committee was appointed to sub m of it Fri cars for the com id u -0 r la comm tree is composed 1 , chairman Warren Indianapolis sept. 24. Up traffic accidents on Indiana highways claimed the lives of six Hoo Siers yesterday. Lula Combs. 11. Daughter of or. And mrs. Wade Combs of near Metamora was killed when struck by a truck near Connersville. Robert Flora of Indianapolis Driver said the child ran into the Road to pick up Everett Vogt. Kirkwood pieces of paper thrown from a school bus. Injuries suffered when his car struck an abutment near Portland were fatal to Rev. Payton Cox. 71. Hamilton county minister. Delta Kappa Epsilon Donald Todd Kenosha wis Sam Wells East Chicago Janies Danforth. Evanston 111. Harry Distler Indianapolis Charles Bonson. Kenosha wis. James Edgar. Shelbyville 111 William Bauer. Watseka. 111. Delta Tau Delta James Mattson Cincinnati. Ohio ted Edwards. Rush Ville chess Wymond Louis i Ville by. Tom Potter Teaneck n j. Pat Haywood Lafayette Marion seller. Greencastle John main Ning Muskegon Mich Bill Welch Logansport Jack Cox. Mat Toon. 111. Dick Hughes Indianapolis Fred Tucker Indianapolis Stanley Melby Evanston. 111. Leon Walters Muncie Bill Blake Marion Bryden Northcott Lake Bluff. Ill Art Oltz Hammond. Grant Smith Greenville mass. George Montooth Rushville 111 Denny Waterman. Evanston Iii. Bill Quebbeman Greencastle to. Delta Upsilon a Curtis shake Rushville Louis Mcnutt. Hudson Villa. Iii. Don Logan Maywood 111. Norris Krueger Riverside 111. Henry Rich Berwin 111. John Higgins. New Albany Jefferson Strep Gib altar sept. 24. Up the Spanish rebels rightists have halted their offensive on the Maqueda Toledo front. Their lines Are 14 Miles from Toledo and officially they Are resting in preparation for a new Advance. Guarded reports passed 1 by the censors from Madrid related an astonishing alteration in the atmosphere there from near despair to Confidence. The new development of possibly tremendous importance was hinted. John Park Al Nepal will be at Parkersburg John Allen Park. 70 years old a retired Farmer is dead at his Home in Parkersburg Northern Putnam county Community. Or. Parks was born Ami spent his entire life in Putnam county. Surviving Are the widow and one daughter mrs. Mary Bridges of Terre haute. Funeral services will be held Friday at 1 30 p. M. At the Parkersburg Christian Church of which he was a lifelong member. Burial will be in Parkersburg. Suicide Velci Wijit a county jail mrs. Sarah Hunt called by death i Millay. Sikh us . Be held fbida1 was , known woman mrs. Sarah n. Hunt age 67 Para Well known resident of Greencastle township died late wednesday evening at the Home of her daughter i Edmond Torr Southwest of the w hut the development was what cloy following and extended illness him 1 1 mrs. Hunt was born near Coates not permit l a Ltd press correspond Vullo but had spent most All her life cuts to report. It was emphasized m Urci a cattle and Vicinity. She was that the correspondents had not been a lumber of the Antioch Church Able to confirm the reports. She is survived by three children loyalists leftist communiques a. Torr an mrs t,.ovcr boots of talked of greatly increased air plane am Clifford Hunt of lotion where admittedly the Loyal car Cleveland o. Four grandchild its Hud been extremely weak in the sister mrs. J. M Mace of air. Terre haute and other relatives also it was asserted that the rebel of survive. The funeral will be held Here Fri John Sutton. 70, of near Seymour pc. New Albany Jerry Bruce May was killed when a team of horses Wood Iii. Fens Lve had stopped completely in the air a Well As on the ground. The implication was. In authorized statements that the leftists had stopped it. It was asset 1< d also that yesterday As the rebels paused Between Torr Jos and Toledo loyalist air plane squadrons generally comprising two bombing plan and four or five fast Pursuit planes flew Over them yesterday afternoon without serious opposition. Reynolds Packard United press correspondent v. Ith the rebels was at Torrijos yesterday during one leftist bombing raid which sent the resting rebels scurrying for shelter interest Tor tin moment entered in Day afternoon at 2 .0 of clock from tile first Christian Church the Rev. Robert t Beck will ire in charge of the services. Interment will be Forest Hill cemetery. In min shown in water Revenue Middleton an 1 r. P. Mullins. Innia a Els livestock .0l?s 6 000 a Bovic i Nighta i a holdovers 199 weights Quot ave 160 in. 10c lower under Ito no Strail a packing sows steady Illa Elm act 200 to 300 lbs. $9.15 a 2s0 to .000 lbs. $9 65 to Lambda Ohi head Kokomo Edgar Gassin bal mar. N. J. Paul Klohr Mattoon. 111. Phi Gamma Delta Paul Brown. Chicago 111. Orton Alkire. Chicago. 111. Frank Jerome Chicago 111. 111. Stanley few feet of it. He a a exonerate. Sayre Terre haute Ken Wilkinson. Wayne Hill. 1� was killed near his Newcastle Sam Wagner. Pittsfield Home in Washington. Into. When his mass. Bob Wallace. Greencastle car was struck by a passenger Charles Eldridge Chicago. Ill Bill train. Wilbur Shelton Driver and Boswell. Indianapolis Jack Ingram ran away after being struck by a truck driven by Clarence a. Bradford Bedford. Sutton fell from the Drivers seat when the team bolted. Bradford said the lights of an approaching car blinded him and he did not see the team until within a Angler Steele Robinson the government at Madrid and its Alpha Victor Law fun pos for sensational change in the War situation. There have been Hopes before some of which have materialized and some of which have not. In Vic present instant left Tio doubt that within 24 hours two months differs widely because the feeling of loyalists at mail rid of adjustments made in the pumps a find changed it t i tingly. It remained Rance the latter Date enabling the to be seen whether there was real Jorai officials at the Plant to keep a reason for the change or whether More accurate Check on actual w Ater the rebels in their own time would consumption in the City. The new figures received in the office of the City clerk from the department of water works of the City show that the total revenues for the month of August 1936. Exceed those for August 1935, by almost $500. The total revenues for 1936 were $4.186.86 while they were $4,630.64 for this year. According to Orville Stewart superintendent of the City water we is. The estimate on the number of dispatches Gallons pumped by the works for the Harold car inmate uts Throat with Huety Kapok Blade taken to Hospital an attempted suicide was averted wednesday evening about 9 of clock in the county jail by the Quick thinking of sheriff John Suth Colln when he answered shouts of two prisoners of the county jail and found Steve Smock of Indianapolis bleeding profusely from a self inflicted Cut of the Throat. The officer held the wound closed with his hands until the flow of blood was decreased and then remove Smock to the Putnam county Hospital for medical treatment. Several stitches were required to close the wound. Smock was held a. count vol on a charge of Maltor ugly trespassing on the property of or and mrs Henry a. Sublett of Fillmore last saturday when he is reported to have fire a a Shotgun through one of the windows of the Sublett Home. Investigation showed that Smock had smuggled several safety razor Blades into the jail in his clothing and had used them in the suicide attempt. He is convalescing in the county Hospital today. I Juinor rain Haw in City More than a inuit Ltd a rain fell on by dem Ebay Duk ing Day exd night the Equinox rainstorm which hit Groc Castle wednesday along with the coming of the annual Putnam county horse show was one of tin heaviest for the City a luring the p i t several months and with a few More like it. The Shotap in rainfall Here will have been made up. A total of 1.40 inches of Waterf ill from wednesday morning through the night. It last d until about Midnight when it cleared off. Turned much cooler and a with the temperature drop came Clear weather on thursday morning. Lyndon on tour Des Moines la sept. 21 up gov. A if m Landon of Kansas left Here at 9 31 a. M. Today for Minneapolis. Minn. A Large crowd had him goodbye. Gov. A Lydd l. Herring was on the station platform and a Shook or mls with the Republican presidential nominee As the train pulled out. R of tax r if. From 73 to it 03 cents for 1937 in the i. Annual meeting in the office of county auditor Abigail Cooper this week. This was made a to Ilc through i reduction in the but get of the county to i fan department of $4,009, a slash which reduced the welfare tax rate to i 20 instead of 22 cents for a a very $100 in a Petty valuation in Putnam county. The Board also reduced the township tax rates for Franklin township and the a town of Roachdale from 10 to 9 cents and a Foi Russell township and the town of Russell Villa from 12 to 11 cents. Local tuition tax rates were re Luce 1 from 22 to 20 cents in Jackson township 32 to 30 cents in Floyd township. 34 to 31 cents in Washington township and from 17 to 11 cents in Warren township the special sch. A a of Marion township was re diced from 58 to 51 cents for every $100 of taxable property. It was a cd in left a during the last a Lay session to Cut the City budget one cent for every $100 of taxable property no items of the budget were lowered but tin appropriation rate was lows a a a i without affecting Tho income from tax Uhles in the cily. This was found to be due to a mathematical error in the budget estimate. Tho following township tax rates were listed upon adjournment of the i adjustment Board wednesday afternoon Jackson township. Franklin township. Town of Roachdale. Russell township town of Russellville. Clinton township. Monroe township town of Bains Ndego. Floyd township. Marion township i Greencastle township City of Greencastle Madison township Washington township Warren township. Jefferson township Cloverdale township town of Cloverdale $1.71 2.60 3.75 2.34 2.92 3.04 2.38 3.13 1.87 2.10 2 44 3.43 2.44 2 52 2 80 3.40 2 90 do i i old 24. Up the today declared 19 another passenger Ney. Greensburg Thorpe Thompson. Re flume u,0 advantage which yester 510.2.1 110.05j70jo 200 lbs a a it its $9 23 to $9.75 130 to 155 �800 t�?T0.�?~��?z, 100 10 no 10 ,9 25 top is so Quot 50 600 Kly Fig Kristi. R s v St a by two loads of it Choice 1.117 1 100 los tip. $3.15 to $3.85 it ,7. A Al 65 to $10.05 155 11. 17 la. Steers $10 lifers $550 to $7 00 beef few cuter grades �?T5 pc Accra 50c higher a a 00 to $4 1,11,1 Bette c. T a fades $10 50 to $11. P a 000 Laubs steady were Cut and bruised. Injuries suffered monday night when he lost control of his motorcycle on a curve near Evansville were fatal yesterday to Ralph . 27. His wife Beatrice. 27. Died shortly after the Accident. Edward Mccarty. 55, was killed in Elwood when struck by a car driven by James Alexander 21. Injuries suffered in an Automo Kllc taxicab crash in Indianapolis were fatal to Perry Owens. 41. A no Erht watchman. Owens Riding in a car driven by Earl r. Green 44 his brother in Law was thrown onto Tho pavement by the Impact. Urbana 111. Gene in idler Long Beach. Cal. Grels Ward. Bradford. Iii. Dun Mcneil. Newcastle Jim Honan. Lebanon. Charles Hall. Lakewood. Ohio Jack Wiles. Shaker Heights. Ohio Bob Kast. Oak Park. 111. George Vickery. Indianapolis de Dirks Indianapolis Phi Delta Theta Charles Blom Ker. Huntingburg Tom Anderson. Winnetka. 111. Walter p. Wood jr., Evansville Bill Smith. Topeka. Kan Luther Herlt. Topeka. Kan Vergil Mcmahill. Topeka. Kan Joe Hyatt. Gre Naburg Harry Ferris Indianapolis John Samall. Lebanon Jack Crawford Evanston 111 continued on Pago three 20 years ago in arrangement keeps a More accurate Check on the re Gular output of the pumps. M Yak Page License mrs. Yvo. O. Timmons spent the Day in Indianapolis. Or. And mrs. Edgar Vancleave and or. And mrs. Leslie Hamaker were visitors at the shades of death. Mrs. L. J. Hamilton has gone to French lick for several Days. Mrs. Jacob Mccurry and daughter have returned Home from a visit in Princeton. Edward Pickering Cleveland Ohio Salesman and Bernice Zullig. Cleve land Ohio stenographer. Al artial lady Shanghai. Sept chinese authorities martial Law through tin native City chinese areas of Shanghai. Key i. A plans for Tay in Lane paying on i. S. Road 10 Indianapolis sept. 24 the state Highway commission announced a today that seven Milt s of a divided Lane Highway will be by it within a year on Roux a 40 in Putnam county an l at the Sam. Time James d. Adams commission chairman disclosed plans for a similar Suky a Roadway Between South Bend and the dunes Highway near Michigan City. Mcm a is of the commission have advocated the construct in of divided Ian toads on the More heavily trav a a be i highways As a Means of reduce my accidents. Under that system the two roadways each carrying on Way traffic Are separated by a Parkway. Bitis for the Road 40 project will but received on oct. 13 along with proposals of projects in Jennings . Noble Steuben Owen Morgan and Elk Ait counties. The estimated i<�4 of All the projects is $2.160,500. Each Lane of the divided Roadway will be Twenty feet wide. It will extend from p am Ville to a it. Meridian. Thu Many a k1giit, we Hadnot noticed it Washington. Sept. 24 it probably Isnit noticeable to most people but $10.000 Bills Are becoming Moro numerous and $5,000 notes Are scarcer. On August 31, there were 1.937 $10.000 Mills in circulation or about one to every 66.600 persons. This was an increase of 12 in a month and was 812 More than a year ago there were 1,272 $5,000 notes in it v o o a it o o o 0 0 0 it today s weather 0 it and 0 a it local temperature 0 0 0 0 0 0 o 0 0 0 0 0 fair tonight and to Friday cooler to la it rising temperature Friday afternoon except extreme Southeast. Word has been received Here of the death of mrs. T. L. Hanna a former resident of Waveland who died wednesday at a Sadona. Calif. The body will be sent to Waveland for circulation on August 21. A drop of burial. Mrs. Hanna is an aunt of a. 43 in a month and 85 under the b. Hanna of this City. Same period a year ago. Minimum 56 6 a. In 56 7 i in. 57 8 a. A. 60 9 t m. 62 10 a. M. 63 i \ a m. 65 12 noon to it 1 p. M. 60 2 n. . 64 f and

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