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Greencastle Daily Banner (Newspaper) - September 27, 1939, Greencastle, Indiana9 a a a a a to f weat Mac Ruk and warmer 4. A the Baily banners it Waves for ally 0440 All the Home news United 1-kens Servic e 4 @0 Ira Fri forty-seven0keencastle, Indiana wednesday september 11, l i Jian Hart Ells error of conflict a Sok of a european Iii l spoke at Depauw Chapel wednesday be Bac Kouo und of War a Suiki i Island and France a a in of Ger my a or Public after War greatest mistake of England in guv was not the Versailles but their treatment of the Republic in the years follow War said or. George b. It professor of european has in Depauw Chapel wednesday. 1924 they i reverted to the old 1 selfishness and continued to ass and humiliate Tho Minhart outlined the Back of Tho present conflict and How the depression intensive National Pride and selfish that cause modern Ware. Quot to net look for the Nat on that it Rynn Siulc for wars rather we Lack for certain qualities and Teri stick he said that Ger suffered most from the de in and was Ripe for hitlers a of extreme nationalism. Or reviewing Hitler s Lemil itar ii of the Rhineland his coup ohis swallowing of Czecho i. Or Manhart said that id and Fiance finally Csc non a fists and said never Ltd the history of England s Aid Bland the Russo German pact ways 16 Points that Poland saw. The invasion of polish Lory and the declaration of War Many. England and France lore United than they were in he reported. E defeat of Poland does not re their reason for fighting a or. Continued. No. 289 candidate for governor David Plogg fort Wayne ind., sept 27.�? in an address to the Allen county Republican club today attorney David Hogg. Lour times elected to Congress announced his candidacy for governor. Feeling Ritter in War department personal affairs Between Woodring and Louis Johnson surrender of Warsaw announced radio station it e in o it t e d c Ity under terrific bombardment people by it Tow into debris food supplies running Low and fires burning throughout City with shortage of water b u l l e t i n London sept. 27. Up the City of Warsaw bombed and Burn-1 do into an unspeakable inferno was reported by nazis to have offer-1 de to surrender but an Exchange i Telegraph dispatch said that at j noon today defenders of the polish j capital were still fighting Back. London sept. 27 up an ex-ch.0 age Telegraph Agency dispatch from Warsaw filed at noon yesterday and received Here to Lay sat 24 hours Warsaw had Bee a packable inferno Quot. To lib message said that since j monday More than 2,000 civilians Lia i i Bee n killed. Down town Quarter Back club is proposed the Depauw football season will open on saturday afternoon. List year Depauw took motion pictures of All their games. This has become a popular feature at most schools and this makes possible a a Down town Quarter backs meeting on monday or tuesday. At this meeting pictures of the previous saturdays game Are shown. We believe this would prove popular in Greencastle and not Only allow Many business m n a Chance to see the games by Remote control but would stimulate interest in athletics. We believe forty or fifty business and professional men would be glad to meet around the banquet table on tuesday evening and discuss with the athletic officials. Tho previous saturdays game As it is shown on a screen and suggest that an immediate attempt be made to organize a Down town Quarter Back club in Greencastle. To property owners lose from Weed Berlin army High comma n. Announces German planes Bombo i British Bat be Fleet in North sea de a stroking aircraft Carrier and Damag i ing battleship. Command says War Isavi military commander offers to surrender City Hitler works in chancellery while foreign minister Iti Bentrop confers in Moscow. Moscow German foreign minister Ribbentrop duo with imposing array of experts for important negotiations with Russia regarding disposition of Poland change in Balkan lineup expected when and Ribbentrop Confer with turkish foreign minister Saracoglu Fate of Baltic states also in balance. Ian Don Warsaw radio says German bombardment of City so terrific people Are burrowing in debris for Protection 200 planes bomb City and constant shelling prevents food list i but Ion hundreds of fires race. Moscow radio asserts Oil Wells in South Poland were sabotaged making 1 months of rehabilitation work necessary. Football contest is open to local fans Washington sept. 27 up Civi Ian administration of the War department is marred today in the midst of a nighty re armament program by bitter personal feeling Between Secretary of War Harry h Woodring and assistant Secretary Louis Johnson. There is interest Ere among army it officers. And washingtonians who know of the situation and that includes almost cd Miyone. They won Der whether president Roosevelt will permit it to continue. An incident at his regular press a what they arc conference yesterday May mean that ing for is to Stop aggression of adjustment of the War department he concluded a How avg situation is on the Way. The Peai Lonal relations will never be j Dent was asked whether he had j until effective machinery1 know Edge of a Book a adjusting to emotional world brotherhood h school has unusual program of the most interesting con on programs in recent years enjoyed yesterday by High students when they witnessed its of magic demonstrations of i of liquid oxygen. The Demonto was by or. Hegeman of the oxygen company Indian your Buic Ness for written by Leo. M. Chorno for which assistant Secretary Johnson contributed a foreword. He replied he Hail not heard of it until a few minutes earlier when the Hook and foreword were called to j his attention by Woodring. Question ers asked whether the foreword rep i i resented official administration ii views. No Book has the imprimatur of the administration the president replied i adding a Bombshell judgement that a a 90 per cent of All Hooks on such sub meets were by authors who know less it of the experiments performed inn not i a a of what they write. Per Lurre ranging around 300 m r a a Wop to was shooting at cult a below Zero were freezing he s,., could hit 01 nil Mercury so that the lat r win but assistant could be used As a Hammer. Berlin. Sept. 27 up the German High command asserted today that the polish commander Warsaw had offered to surrender the City. A your yesterday s attacks at Warsaw resulted in cur occupation of Warsaw s first lines of defense and on the South of the second defense line. Quot As a result of this Advance the polish commandant this morning has offered to surrender the City and Garrison. The commander in chief of the German army thereupon tailed Gen. Blaskowitz to conduct negotiations for Warsaw a surren ? May have been a Effii As $400,000 says statement recently issued London. Sept 27. Up the Warsaw radio station reporte i today that the City was under such terrific bombardment people were Burrow-1 ing into debris and in some sections Ali at Putnam county owners and renters May have been losing As much As $400 000 a year from the weeds growing on their land is a surprising intimation contained in a statement recently issued tin annual loss from weeds in the United states is put at $3,000,000,000 the loss in Indiana is estimated at $44,000.000, which Means that Putnam county which is an average i county in area and Weed production looses not far from $440.000 from Iuse. Specific losses in do Lars caused by weeds has been estimated for this j county atone As follows estimate 1 loss due to extra cultivate it i necessary for Weed control. $111000 loss due to reduced Yie is. $275.000 discount on dockage in today Sissy of the Dally ban nor. Appears our second annual foot a Ball contest Page which proved quite j popular As Well As profitable to Many local fans a year ago property a Rhc prize awards this year have Paris German guns in a Ongos Ange fire of War Shell French villages behind Maginot Lino French batteries reply Premier Daladier visits wc3t> i front As police under a Abinet degree raid aril real communist Headquarters. estonian foreign i a twister so ter returns to uni St reports that or Mlin deman is Isidonia s disarmament. Panama City a. S. Delegates o emergency pan american neutrality conference approve suggestions to create a safety band Quot Aroun 1 Western Hemish re one proposal provi Lea for internment of any belligerent submarines found in american Waters and put Rol of seas by navies of american nations. With German army on Western front one million German troops in Siegfrie d line morale High. Washington toll of administration senators shows seven Moro than a majority now favor Roosevelt s embargo repeal program. A Crinan planes destroy hairier English deny report Gek mans indicate Battle most dramatic ministers in Moscow to Confer glum n Ami est Iionia foreign ministers join turkish Biundi Strong delegations Mill rank in Imp tame with Kim Sla s invasion of Poland to negotiate Trade agreement been increased and it is believed it will prove even More popular than a year ago. The def Auw football season opens on Hon Custock Field on saturday and today a contest sponsored by Greencastle merchants offers football fans an Opportunity to show their skill in guessing the scores in saturday s games. A our readers Are invited to turn to Page three in today s Banner and make out to their reports and them in As Early As possible. Turn attorneys advise former klan Leader. I Dun to weeds. $33.9 >0 losses due to it was impossible to circulate in the _. 1 land rendered incapable of profitable cd Iva Ion $10,000 Clearing weeds Felt m Railroad right of Way $15,000 rubber tubing in solid fora rubber Ball and a Wiener 1 they broke like a piece of when dropped pm the floor a we was Frozen until it had the of Teel. Finally a Gold fish Frozen solid and then revived re were also a series of explosive on stations showing the rapid a in qualities of the liquid. Secretary Johnson a foreword. Services held for Charles r. Best streets to distribute food. Food supplies had run so Low since the City was surrounded by German troops two weeks ago that horses Ilain by shrapnel were being Cut up in the streets for their meat the announcer said. Fires were burning throughout the City he said and there was a shortage of water and men to fight them. A in the past 24 hours we had continuous air raids by 200 planes and shelling by heavy he said. A hundreds of incendiary bombs caused numerous fires probably exceeding 50. Most Public buildings Are it had been 19 Days since germans Laid siege to the City two weeks since they surrounded it and Cut off its food and ammunition supplies but if either the defending troops or 1.000.000 trapped civilians were weakening there was no sign of it in the radio broadcasts. Moi to to swim in University Pool arrangements have been mad a the officials of the athletic de mint of the University whereby boy scouts of Putnam county again be accorded the use of theve Rosity swimming Pool. The 1 of troop 90 will have use of pm a i from 6 to 7 of cd Ock on and the scouts of the troops will do their swimming p 8ame hour on Friday evenings expense of maintaining a life 1 it the Pool while the boys Are will be met from funds col m the scout drive last Spring. Putnam county Council is grate the University for this Privily which will permit the scouts of r n Amle and Putnam county to a on heir Woik in swimming and a a saving. Push a safety belts idea funeral Aey vices for Charles r Best Well known former resident of gig no Nestle who died monday were head wednesday morning at 10 of clock from the Rector funeral Panama City. Sept. 27 up he me. The Rev. V. L. Raphael Paa the United states delegation at t i daughter in Law a or of the presbyterian Church offi inter american conference today r ated. Interment was made in the pushed the idea of a Quot safety in it Ikone Hutch son cemetery. For the around the Western hemisphere and past year the deceased had been proposed that the submarines of any making his Home near Groveland. Belligerent nation entering the Terri or. Best was the father of mrs. Al trial Waters of any american Robert Houck of Greencastle and mrs. Public be interned for the duration Jesse Sears of Fillmore. Of the War. Damage to turf by weeds $20 000 Cost of rutting Roadside weeds. $15,700 Cost of cutting pasture weeds. $10,500 miscellaneous loss $50,000. The statement in which these facts were presented Calls attention to the very great necessity of landowners cutting weeds wherever they Are found even going into the Fence Corners to get them and. Particularly. Cutting them a Ong the roadsides. Weeds glowing along a Road can 1 eed Many acres of Fine farm land adjoining them and it is a hopeless task for a landowner to keep his farm free of weeds if they grow unhampered across the Fence by the Side of the Road. The importance of killing weeds before the seeds mature is Emp no used also. Pure seed u in Pessary. Too. By l l e t i n Berlin sept. 27. An official announcement was made today of the capitulation of Warsaw in the 20th Day of its siege. The surrender was unconditional. The report said 100.000 soldiers were laying Down their arms that the water and munitions Supply were exhausted and that t million people were facing starvation. Berlin. Air planes in Battle Fleet destroyed a sept. 27 Ruhr Gorman an attack on a British j in the North sea. Have British aircraft Carrier. Quotation closely describes w. A. Call and his shop at Roach Dale a Quot a l it court note Quot incr ton with the a Mlls wih p of Conrad c. Gautier in a Tato of Charles d. Schmidt. A p l the a inn 1 report of the Adl try to it a is. 13. Set for hearing Octoba services it r a1 vices for mrs. Fran k la died monday at her Home or ii of Belle Union were held i Lay Rafter not it a at 2 o clock a a Walnut Chapel Church with Quot be Walnut Chapel Ceme the spreading Chestnut i become decadent due to tin1 part r liiak0 Smithy stands to lib supplanting of horses Hymo a Quot under tree the Village Smith a mighty Nan is he with Large and sinewy which closely describes William Albert Call and his Hacks North shop at Roachdale excepting the tree is not n Chestnut and it docs not spread very much and Roach Al is Ira a Vil nge by a very flourishing town. Hut the rent of the quotation is All right because or. Call is a mighty Man in appearance and his hands seem to be very Strong and sinewy. A i have read the Banner for Over fifty Vears a or. Call said this wok which May help account for ids splendid physical condition sit Las his weekly perusal of the Banner win Hrut a Shadow of a doubt would Hudd up his mentality and. It May of hit spirituality also. However something has Mude dim a Strong Man a typical old time Blacksmith. He keeps Busy most of the time it i Job which Ito people Lii Ink has of horses by Power. But. One Forenoon the s we k he and his Helper Orval Pei Kins shod three horses ail around an one Day not Long before that they put shoes on five horses. It is not very Long ago that they shod Niri horses All around with one fire in the forge. So horse shooing at least in Roachdale is not so badly Quot shot after ail. And horse shoeing Quot fetches Quot More than it used to. Or. Call mentioned one Dollar for a Complete Job using smooth shoes some years ago and $1 25 for shoes with talks. But now they Cost More. Hoise shoes come in sizes just like men s and women s. They run from no. No up to no. 8. The no. 00 measures Only 3 inches across and they Are worn by ponies. The other extreme is the no. 8, which is More than 8 inches across and that size is worn principally by draft a full set of shoes in sizes up to no. It it of fluid u a a a la Aue two mrs. Mont e Crowe expired at her Home mrs. Mont e. Crowe 57 years old of or. And mrs Mont Crowe who reside at Carp on state Road 43. A Short distance South of tile Putnam county line died at her Home in so nicer tuesday morning. She was the daughter of or. Ind mrs. William Steele and was Horn near Cataract in Owen county. She was a member of the Bethany presbyterian Church not far from Carp. Services will be held thurs Day afternoon St 2 of clock Bethany Church. At the or. Hutcheson is ill suffers heart attack or. W. R. Hutcheson local physician is reported slightly improved following a heart attack suffered in his office tuesday. I it a. Hutcheson will probably be confined to his Home for several weeks. Or. Frederick Dett Loff physician will be in or. Hutcheson s office and will take care of ids practice during the lat ter s illness. 20 years ago in Greencastle or. And mrs. Charles Cooper were at c a Fordsville for a family re Union. Ralph Pierce received his discharge from the army at Camp Dixo i. N. J. And returned to his Home Here. Miss Rush Kauble of Nei r v. A Quot entered the Greencastle High school. She lived with or. And mrs. Ashworth on North Jackson Street. Hearing Schecht Kokot t. I on writ of Ekron i in March Noblesville in sept. 27 up a d. C. Stephenson today will Confer wit i e. E. Clock and Alban m. Smith his attorneys at his quarters in the Hamilton county jail concerning further Legal Steps in the seventh attempt of the former Kun flux klan Leader to obtain his Freedom from the state Penitentiary. Stephenson serving a life sent ence for the murder of Madge Oigt or howitzer of Indianapolis in 1925, had planned to meet his counsel yester Day hut the conference was postponed when Cloo chief adviser was called out of town. The former dragon indicated that the meeting would continue All Day Stephenson was transferred from the state prison at Michigan City b Noblesville late monday on a Sun Noona issued by Juige Cassius m Gentry in. Hamilton circuit court to permit him to Confer with his attorneys prior to his appearance in court october 4. A hearing is scheduled for the Date on a writ of error filed by Clos As March and alleging that Stephenson was afraid to testify in his o to behalf at his original trial because of threats which had been made on ins life. If this writ is upheld he May be granted a new trial. Believe Bremen in North russian port London. Sept. 27. Up Winston Churchill first lord of the admiralty. Told the House of commons today that the German liner Bremen was believed to ire in a Northern russian port. The Bremen which sailed from new York August 30. Had been reported in various ports including the soviet port of Murmansk on the Northern coast of Russia. There also had been reports that the big liner had reached German Waters safely or had been captured by the British Fleet. Illinois thanksgiving Day to be no. 28kd. Springfield 111., sept. 27 governor Horner decided today that Illinois would observe thanksgiving Day november 23 in accordance with pre Klont Rooseve to a announced Pian of advancing the Holiday. In a statement released though his office Here govern Horner said if he proclaimed thanksgiving on a Date other than that fixed by the president Illinois would have to Legal holidays. Badly damaged a British battleship my returned to their base without Osses. The High command asserted today. The High command communique indicated that that Battle Wao the greatest and the most dramatic Ever fought Between air planes Anil warships a Battle such As naval and air plane exports had waited for years to decide the entire future trend of sea warfare. London sept. 27. Up a spokesman at the admiralty said today that there was absolutely no truth to the German High command s announcement that a British air plane Carrier had been sunk and a British battleship damaged in an engagement with nazi air planes in the North sea. Moscow. Sept. 27. Up the Gernian and estonian foreign ministers arrived Here today to join the turkish foreign minister in a series of conferences joint or separate with Russia involving a vast area extending from the Baltic to the Dardanelles. It was indicated that agreements or disagreements ii night be impending which would rank in import Ince with Russia s invasion of Poland. Fath onion foreign minister Karl Selter was expected Here during the Lay with a Strong delegation to be Iota at on the submarine situation ind on a sweeping Trade agreement which Russia had suggested. German foreign minister Joachim von Ribbentrop was due Here Early his afternoon with a staff of 35 assistants. Ostensibly to negotiate on the partition of Poland. Turkish foreign minister Sukru Saracoglu was already Here discussing russian turkish relations and the relations of the two countries with Balkan and Black sea nations. I a United press Bucharest Dos of itch quoted reliable private sources that Russia an 1 Germany had agreed a already that the Baltic states should become a russian sphere of inf Unce and that the Balkans including Rumania should constitute the German sphere there was no surface suggestion of a joint conference involving Russia Germany. Turkey and Esthonia. However Berlin reported that it was not Quot impossible that Ribben Throp would Sec Saracoglu. And in any event Premier foreign comm Irismar Vlacheslav Molotov was in position to net As Liaison agent in any talks which involved a third Powei in Nodi the with Russia and Germany. The estonian problem was the i i Ltd Imit in a in a Dir tits id lock Wood sly Oak at thick Hauked Lockwood. Depauw 1909, sen. Carter Glass is seriously ill Washington sept. 27 up condition of sen. Carter Glass 81. I a. Seriously ill with bronchitis was reported a unchanged Quot Early today. Or. Walter a Bloedorn. Personal physician to the famed Quot unreconstructed i rebel. Said that Glass was a sleeping comfortably shortly aft0 Midnight. Disclosing a ass illness last night Bloedorn said that the virginian to j had born running a 100-degree fever recently returned from China was the speaker at the membership meeting of the chamber of Commerce held at noon today at the Terre haute House at Terre haute. Or. Lockwood who was Secretary of the y. M. C. A. At Canton for Nineteen years Anil who is believed to be the last american to leave that City talked on conditions in China at the time he left it. Makit Lage lose Russell Joseph a iders labourer. Reelsville Hallie Marie Kent switchboard operator . Fosto flirt is Bein Ltd decorated r Extension o f in r e s e n t driveway on West Side will be made for c ars Quot any illness for a Man of h a age is considered serious a Bloedorn said. Glass a former Secretary of the Treasury in Woodrow Wilson s Cabinet was said to have aggravated his condition by a trip to the Senate monday to take part in the neutrality fight in which he is supporting president Roosevelt s plea for repeal of the arms embargo. The Virginia senator is being attended by a private nurse at his hotel apartment. To Issue in it Vul Ual Vatican City. Sept. 27 up authoritative Vatican quarters understood today that Pope Pius Xii will Issue the first encyclical of his pontificate on oct. 4 the feast Day of St. Francis of Assisi. Mrs. Kenneth Sweet Highland Street returned to her Home tuesday from the county Hospital. Work has been started on the re decoration and the remodelling of the Greencastle Post office. The fort Wayne decoration service has Tho contract which consists of painting both the Interior and the exterior of the building. An Extension of the present driveway on the West Side of the building will be made to make ample space for the cars and the various mail delivery trucks and since the building has been infested with termites two rooms in the basement which have wooden floors and baseboards will also be worked Over. The Wood parts will he taken out and Cement floors will be Laid. The floor i the Post office lobby which is a a 0 0 today a weather 0 a and of 0 local temperature 0 a 0 Fol a 9 0 a a a 3 a according to statements postmaster a. L. Dobbs. Made by work i ing of the roof and Side Walls. Generally fair tonight and thurs Day except possibly showers in cd Treme North portion somewhat 1 warmer thursday in Central and North portions. Minimum a a a 6 a. M. 53 7 a. A. 55 8 a. A. 60 9 a. M. 61 10 a in. 65 11 a. A. 69 12 noon. 72 1 p. A. 74 2 p. M. 74

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