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Greencastle Daily Banner (Newspaper) - September 26, 1939, Greencastle, IndianaThe weather and cooler h. The daily Banner f 9 All the Home news United l Kess service it. A. A. A. It it Waves for Allyl me forty a Indiana tuesday september 26, 1939 us first on Chapel talks of series of three us Avlo Els to discuss warns Are invited hit,.r in War Over objective no it would a a ure him 01 a support incr is Lucky he has gotten inward Over the one objective that assure him of the maximum t of support of the German said . Edward m. Mueller luit professor of German in w University Chapel tuesday. I might nut have fought Over Ria Czechoslovakia but they Loo per cent agreed that the i corridor w san unjust set up and i be done away Wever Mueller reported n in Germany while he was there before the War broke out. A a elite people did no to know what was on they Felt ready the dare to act otherwise there no bands no singing no Maich a troops and no desire to fight a land and France to avenge the 5 of 1918.&Quot there was on y a Ness to i Settle the polish que seas soon As the Harvest is Jet German people looked on the so. A shh Brown funeral to be held wed. Afternoon funeral services for Samuel n. Brown Veteran hardware merchant of Russellville who was found dead monday morning will be held at the Russellville Federated Church wednesday afternoon at two of clock. The Rev. J. P. Alford will officiate. Burial will be in the Russellville cemetery. R. J. Shannon county Coroner who investigated estimated he had been dead several hours when found. The body was found by friends who started a search when he did not appear at the store at the usual hour. D. C. Stephenson awaits hearing held today in women s department of Hamilton county jail German pact As a diplomatic by which signified the fru Stra i of the English policy of Hencir Noblesville. Ind., sept. 26.�? up d. C. Stephenson former grand dragon of the Kun flux klan in Indiana and prominent Hoosier politician today wa3 held in the women a department of the Hamilton county jail awaiting another move in his seventh attempt to win Freedom from the state prison at Michigan City. He was brought Here last night for conferences with attorneys before he appears in Hamilton circuit court on a writ of error filed by e. Drop of 19 degrees is registered county con time to lower water level predict warmer Days wind from regions West was additional sagging o temperature graph of 5 degrees do ill Quot the night . Clyde e. Wildman honoured by Boston after autumn had been with us Only a few Days starting on the 2.3rd, and with temperatures since a then that reflected late summer Ture rather than autumn the weather i Pauw Man monday evening was seized by j one of the spasms he often has and i he pulled a switch at the Weathe Plant which lowered the therome ter Reading from 76 at 6 of clock to 57, one hour later a drop of 19 degrees in one hour with a Chilly wind . Clyde e. Wildman president of Depauw University has been selected for inclusion in the Hall of farm of Boston University. Among the thirteen other Boston University graduates pictured in the University a Centennial edition of the Boston Herald Are Stanley High who has lectured in Greencastle and Bishop Francis Mcconnell former president of Depauw. . Wildman received his degree As Bachelor of sacred theology from Boston University in 1916, after graduation from Depauw in 1913. Lie studied in Scotland and Switzerland before returning to Boston As professor of old testament Litera he became president of Dein 1936. Challenge is accepted by bar members those older in Point of service i t on spot by younger members to have banquet in year committee named to arrange affair to meet soon to Coneen Tate on Quantity of eats James Dunn a death occurred suddenly use wooden pistol to escape prison blowing. The wind had a Good reason to be con Vic is kidnapped cold. It came from a Region in the vol it prison of rials Dakotas Minnesota and Montana i Michigan where Snow flurried Down upon the i Plains lowering the temperature at Marquette Mich. Sept. 26 a one Point reported in North Dakota i it up authorities discovered today Only 18 degrees above Zero. J that four Long Temie 1 convicts used in addition to the 19-degree drop i wooden pistol to Kidnap four prison j now is first assistant attorney older members of the Putnam county bar association older that is in Point of service and not necessarily m age they say were put on the spot by younger members in a meeting of the bar members in the circuit cd Urt room this morning. The spot on which the senior members Are now standing is the assertion of the juniors that the seniors can t put on a banquet As Good As that which the youngsters put on last year. The elders of the group accepted the Challenge and named a committee to arrange the affair. On the committee is a Man who is a former judge of the Putnam circuit court who also later was a member of the Indiana state supreme court and gun James Dunn former Farmer of Putnam county who died sunday evening at the Home of his son Charles Dunn North of Brazil was 68 years old. His death was sudden due to a heart attack he being seats Ems de upon the porch at his songs Home when he expired. He had lived with the son nine months. His survivors Are two sons and two daughters Charles Dunn North of Brazil Clinton Dunn. Putnam county mrs. Mary Blazer of South Bend. Wash., and mrs. Elsie Woodworth of Putnamville also six grandchildren and a half brother John Allen of Effingham 111. Italy and nazis May ask peace Russell White to serve term pleaded Contini de i employment answering child neglect charge Little Hope among germans that peace move May succeed no confirmation available m Ould be on basis of a liquidation Quot of Poland and prevent development of big scale warfare b c l l k t i it Moscow sept. 26.�? up the radio announced today that the red Fleet had been placed on a War footing and that warships were now patrolling the Northern Waters off Russia and Finland. The red Fleet in the White sea off the Arctic coast of Russia has been Given new duties a clue to foreign conditions the announcement said. The new duties were not specified Between 6 and 7 of clock there was a officials and escape Marquette Pris j eral of the state James p. Hughes an additional sagging of the temper on. Another member is a former judge nature graph of 5 degrees during the j last night three hours later they j night so that the Reading at 6 a were captured near Menon Inee. That at 7 e. Cloe of Noblesville his chief counsel. His Transfer from the prison was obtained on a subpoena issued . Mueller continued. He by judge Cassius m. Gentry before that there was Little Friendly whom he will appear oct. 4. G toward the italian people j Stephenson was convicted of the outlining his trip . Mueller murder of Madge Oberholtzer of in Springs Diana Polis in 1925 sentenced to veins continue to lower their water life imprisonment. Since his con Evel to the distress of livestock and fiction he has utilized nearly every Legal method to attempt to gain his Freedom. The present attempt started by of clock this morning was 52 temperature was observed of clock also. But there was no rain in the Clou i that came scurrying Over us. And 1 Putnam county streams Ponds and subterranean water a mixed the Strong fortifications any has built. Quot Many forts of Wall the Siegfried line Devery disguised As Hyro elec plants he said a underground Are covered with dirt which is i and used by Farmers for he reported signs in that a objections forbidding foreigners from ting cameras even leaving the Road a it is dangerous for a to talk to a Soldier sail Cloe in March met with Strong state a somewhat Mich., by a posse of state and City police and sheriffs deputies. They were driving an automobile at High Speed when it overturned. State attorney general Thomas read and two assistants began the i official investigation. He said a a condition Quot existed there which Madi it a a unsafe for a commission to meet there. Marquette is the a a Alcatraz of Michigan where life term and inning were that wednesday would be serous convicts Are confined. Late vegetation which is not yet ready to surrender to cold weather. Indications announced this morn Russell White arrested in Wash i in ton township several Days ago by Putnam county officers and taken to Brazil to answer to a charge of child neglect was sentenced at Brazil in the Clay circuit court to Servo 30 Days on the state penal farm on that charge. White pleaded continued unemployment but judge Bau Nink of the Clay court said to had been informed White had been keeping himself out of touch with the court to keep from paying the allow. He Liq Lodati a. Of pol Tonan m acc ordered by court for a child by in int the of Bir Hae his first marriage. Warfare a in the West and on the sea White s first wife obtained a i n official confirmation was Avail i voice and White was ordered to pay. F,.,. It a Theodore Crawley and attorney mat for ulc Epport of thei. 1 Aby at Quot j of the Putnam circuit court court land c. Gillen. Yet another is a former postmaster of Roachdale former mayor of Greencastle Charles Mcgaughey. Yet another is a former prosecuting attorney of the county i Berlin sept. 26. Up Ger-1 Many in co operation with Italy May make a a a final peace move this week diplomatic quarters reported today. There seemed Little Hope among germans that any peace move could succeed. Nevertheless diplomatic quarters saw evidence that an Effort might he made and within a few Davs. To end the War on the basis of osterday two members of the a a Tuider was unable to visit Mland Bohemia As those run Are closed to All without 1 permits. He found Strong for ions on the polish Border but a Little military traffic towards a they were All there already Lily. The state asked for a Trees and shrubbery of the Woods roi0 Board. Warden Marvin l. Coon change of venue and was refused j arum lawns in the country and towns and a Deputy Warden were meeting but Cloe shortly afterwards withdrew ire harbouring a Host of feathered a the classification building. Four his objections and the hearing was a visitors who have come Down from i convicts broke in. One brandished a scheduled. I he chilling regions of the North i pistol which looked real. The others Cloe alleged in the petition that and who have poised Here in their had knives and clubs. Stephenson was afraid to testify in his own defense when he was first tried because of threats of violence which had been made against him. The former dragon neat and Alert arrived at the jail last night with sheriff Joseph Newby and two companions. He was dressed in a dark we conversations with All Anson suit of rou8h Quality but germans . Mueller hear i j f Ienz is 8aid he a a upped Only slight a that varied from the pro 1 by Greyed and enu rely hts ally that there will soon be an a revolution in the country to i rites Fob Emma Dicks of a Christian professor who be to he held wednesday t a Tenn. .1 a a a a i use la our i last rites for mrs. Emonia Reeves j Dicks wife of Elmer Dicks who died to. Sunday evening at her Home at 103 Scull Institute a Olive Street will be hold wednesday flight South to rest and visit awhile. 1 form said he thought at first it these Are for the most part the j was a joke. The convicts with others smaller Birds less Able to withstand cold than the larger ones. They find our insects our Berrie and our seeds very delectable their exclamations of pleasure being he id in a chorus of Bird voices from the recesses in which they Are feeding and sleeping. Is formulated i before Long the heavier voices of i the migrating water Birds the geese and the ducks Especial a will be heard in the lower strata of the atmosphere. For the 1939 Christmas sea were formulated at the annual Sale Institute held at the Lin hotel in Indianapolis monday ten be la. Tuberculosis workers 1 46 counties were present Arles e Newcombe Seal Sale dlr for the National tuberculosis nation new York conducted Talt Lute. The Putnam county it Sculos it association was rep re a by mrs. G. Herbert Smith mrs Donovan c. Moffett Green-496 mrs. Raymond sconce Adville. A cloth id p. Sanguinet dlr of school health education of via tuberculosis association we the child health program Liana for the school year. . A my Coulter state Sgal Sale Stan was present. . Coulter state chairman since 1926. Bis remarks he stated he does in Sailer his anti tuberculosis of Keroly As a duty but mainly 1 pleasure for he finds Joy in eng Bis Fellowmen. His untiring a cd in the fight against tuber cd i an inspiration to All workers a Christmas Seal Sale begins Oil but giving Day and continues Christmas. Urray a. Auerbach executive Ary 0f the state tuberculosis a a a a Uon presided at the meeting. Afternoon at 2 of clock from the Rector funeral Home. The Rev. C. M. Mcclure pastor of the Gobin methodist Church will officiate. Interment will be made in Forest Hill cemetery. The casket will be open from 1 until 2 of clock at the funeral Home. Friends May Call at the Home on Olive Street until 1 of clock wednesday. Writes concerning interurban tracks mayor James addressed letter to superintendent of maintenance Burns fatal to Charles. Best services will be wednesday morning from Hector funeral Home had Boon in the building to appear before the Board members. But he decided quickly it Wasny to. He Herd up his hands and advised the others to do likewise. The convicts ordered him his Deputy. William Newcombe and parole i Board members a. Ross Pascoe and Earl Rush into the Warden s automobile in the Yard. The car sped Cut of the prison unopposed by guards who feared that opposition would have forfeited the lives of the hostages. Services Are held for mrs. Bennett mrs. Sarah Bennett. 80 years old who died sunday night at the Home of a daughter mrs. Roy Frazier of Harmony was the sister of Jacob Bennett of reels Vule and the Mother of mrs. Roy Frazier of Harmony four sons Fred of Harmony Ross of Brazil vein and Ben of 0 Clinton one step daughter mrs. Blinda j. Murphy completes the list of committeemen. These barristers will meet soon a More less to concentrate to near Legal minds upon the kind and Quantity of eats and drinks to be served at the forthcoming banquet and other details of it. The committee was Given one year in which to put Over the affair it was reported they being Given a Little leeway so one of the Young ones said because of their advanced seniority. Time. He has since married again. His second wife had a child of her own by a previous marriage and with these com pile t ions the defendant had neglected to meet any payments through the clerk of the court. He asked the court if his term at the penal farm would relieve him of what he now owes on the court Ord and registered disappointment when informed that the Legal debt stands against him along with that which will accumulate while he is serving his sentence. Train Larries amp men a special train on the Pennsylvania which passed through Greencastle at High Speed yesterday shortly before 1 of clock was said to have carried acc Camp men Enro Ute from the West to the East. The train was made up of fifteen sixteen coaches pulled by two locomotives. Delta Theta tau to sponsor drive barn on fall farm burned saturday a Large barn on the fall farm North of Raccoon burned last saturday afternoon with considerable loss. Dies at Home near Belle Union n ule Allee age about 76 yearn of prank Allee died monday a it about 6 of clock at her Home a a 7l of Ieie Union. She had our sonic time. Death was due 8 it a ease. Tinl ors Are two children James plan at Home and org. Alva Ellis Fai services will be held Yves a it afternoon at 2 o clock from i a nut Chapel Church near a Hon with burial in the Wal Uia Pel cemetery. Severe Burns suffered a few Days ago in a. Gasoline stove explosion proved fatal to Charles h. Best at the Robert Long Hospital in Indianapolis monday afternoon at 1 30 of clock. . Best who had been making his Home Northeast of Grove Lanil for uie past year was Well known in this City where he spent practically All his life. . Best was born in Ohio in i860, the son of Abraham and Martha Best. He moved to Greencastle with his parents when he was 6 years old and had spent All his life in thin Community until he moved to Grove land. For Many years he was employed at the Bicknell hardware company store. Survivors Are two daughters mis. Albert Houck of Greencastle and mrs. Jesse Sears of Fillmore Sezen grandchildren and six great grandchildren and one brother John Bert of Indianapolis. Funeral services will be held wednesday morning at 10 o clock fro n the Rector funeral Home in charge of the Rev. V. L. Raphael pastor of the first presbyterian Church. Interment will be made in the Boone Hutch son cemetery. And nephews and other relatives. Funeral services were held at the Frazier Home at Harmony tuesday afternoon. Being very much concerned about the condition which Seminary Street has reached on the right of Way of the traction company. Mayor w. D. James yesterday addressed i j Nrown. Of Carbon. There Are three letter to d. H. Walker superintendent of maintenance of Way of the traction company. He said in his letter Quot in regard to the very deplorable condition of the Indiana railroads track and right of Way in our City on Seminary Street the City Council and myself Feci you have had no a it be time to make some kind of repair make a new track and pavement on this Street. Quot the residents along Seminary Street Are very much up in arms about this condition and they too Are demanding that something be 1 done about it. �?�1 want you to let me know at once what your intentions Are in regard to this matter and if not satisfactory we shall have to take stops to see that you Are compelled to do the reply to the mayor s letter is being awaited by him and by other persons with deep interest. 82 year old men observe birthday Albert ant Joseph Whitfield Crawley had luncheon Saddle club will hold a fall ride Albert e. Albaugh an 1 Joseph Whitfield Crawley observed their j Mutual birthdays by a luncheon toothed Brothers Frank of washing Gother monday. This time they were tor ind Dudley of Linton. Ind. Rusti of Honor of the Quot Lincon Caf and William King of Clay City. She i where the proprietor placed on their a1 so leaves 24 grandchildren nine a link Tuble a 8plendld Bir great grandchildren several nieces Delta Theta tau will sponsor the red Cross membership drive this year in the residential District. The drive begins november 11. Members of the sorority who attended the meeting at Turkey run today wac mrs. Ray Herbert. Mrs. Don Mcl an and mrs. Ward Mayhall it was announced by chairman e. R. Bartley. Faced with increased obligations because of the War in Europe re a Cross leaders in Indiana Are Holdin a series of conferences this week to strengthen local chapter Organiza teens and plan for the annual Roll Call armistice Day to november 30. Conferences were held in Conners Volle at the m first Church on september 25 Turkey run state Park Marshall september 26 at Turkey run inn and will be held at Culver. September 28 at Maxin Tuckee inn and potawatomi inn Pokagon state Park Angola Indiana september 29. That the inspired press gave prominence to the View of Premier Benito Mussolini that the War ought to end now. And also was emphasizing every Day the German View that great Britain and France had nothing to fight for now that Poland had been beaten to its Knees. Adolf Hitler and Joachim von Ribbentrop. His foreign minister were expected Back today from the polish front. In Berlin and again in touch wit i Neutral embassies and legation Here and with German envoys abroad Hitler would be Able to hold the a nth i fifty conferences and seek the necessary reports before engaging in any diplomatic move. Ever since the Start of the War there has been diplomatic activity Between Berlin and Rome designed apparently to prepare the Way for a a a final Appeal warning to the Western Powers to Stop fighting. 20 years ago in . The Putnam Saddle club will hold its first fall ride and meeting on sunday. The members will gather at the Sweet barn on Berry Street and will arrive at their destination to be determined later by noon at which time a lunch will be served. Following a program that will prove of interest to All concerned will be of the woman foreign missions / society of Locust Street Church. Given. At the Putnam county sunday school convention the Rev. V. L. Raphael was elected president prof. Walter Bundy vice president. Charles Ewan sold a half interest in the Palace Barbar shop to Robert bin cd. Prof. W. E. Bundy was announced As the speaker at College Avenue Church sunday evening. The announcement said he served As vice Consul at Basic Switzerland during the critical Days of the War and that he was one of the first diplomats to enter Germany after the armistice a he going As a member of a peace commission. Marcellus Crosure received i i discharge from the army. He Hal been in service on the mexican Border. Mrs. Sal a Wright was president White cake which had 82 candles on it. Ali at a the age of each of these two gentlemen and each blew upon the burning candles simultaneously in an Effort to extinguish All of them at one breath knowing that would make their wish come True whatever that wish was. But alas they did no to Nave enough breath Between them to do the tricks eighty two candles were too Many. Both . Crawley and . Albaugh were born in Putnam county. . Crawley in a House not now standing on the Cloverdale Road North of the National Road. His father was Tazwell Crawley. He has been a Carpenter the greater part of his life and it was while he was building a Structure on . Al Baughs farm that they discovered they had a common birthday. . Albaugh. Son of William Albaugh was born at Oakland a station on the Monon Between Cloverdale and Quincy where his father had a saw Mill. He came Here when he was but 6 years old. And attended school Here. He is a retired Rural mail Carrier. These two gentlemen whenever they get together As they did at their birthday dinner Are Apt to kid one another considerably and inasmuch As each knows quite a bit about the other the kidding has a Point to it most of the time. Noii Ivr quotes orman prisoner relieve former commander assassinated by nazi secret police menus forum to meet thursday evening the menus forum of the Christian Church will hold their first dinner meeting of the new fall series thursday evening at 6 30 in the social rooms of the Church. Marshall Abrams will be the speaker. . Abrams will use for his subject a destiny of due to the european crisis . Presbyterian Abrams topic will be a timely and a a a interesting one the committee urges every member to be present to hear this talk. Gene Pennington director of the Church choir will present a special musical program which will greatly enhance this very Fine program that Harold Stewart has arranged for this meeting. The dinner committee is composed of the following William Stiles chairman Paul Frazier Hay trembly. George York e. C. York Vernon Snider. Harry Wells Kenneth West and George Benefiel. London. Sept. 26 up the Warsaw radio announcer quoted German prisoners today that . Werber von Fritsch forme commander in chief of the German army was assassinated by nazi secret police and that Many of his fellow officers pm the Warsaw Iron had been arrested because of their outspoken indignation. The prisoners were said to have reported that von Fritsch could rot possibly have a died a Soldier s death on the Battlefield because they had seen him last thursday enter a car at Grodziski 20 Miles from Warsaw and drive away in a southwesterly direction away from the front. The Only official detail of von Fritschy a death was a statement Robinson up Point ii to state police Board Indianapolis ind. Sept. 26- up James j. Robinson Indiana University faculty member today was appointed to the state police Board by gov. M. Clifford Townsend. Robin on. Director of the University Institute of criminal Law and criminology succeeds Albert i. Raab Indianapolis attorney who died inst week. His term will expire june 10. 1941. A today a weather a $ and a @ local temperature @ a @ @ a a a a a a a probably occasional rain tonight by col. Gen Walter von Brauchitsch and wednesday cooler in extreme army commander in chief that he had died leading an artillery regiment on patrol. The Warsaw station was a jammed a immediately after the reference to von Fritsch. Pro German broadcasts presumably originating Fram some station inside the German lines in Poland frequently have encroached upon the Warsaw wave length drowning the polish station out with Superior Power. South portion tonight. Minimum. »>2 6 a. A. 52 7 a. A. 53 8 v m. 55 9 a. A. 57 10 a. 60 11 a. M. 63 12 noon. 64 up. A. 64 2 p. M. 64
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