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Greencastle Daily Banner (Newspaper) - September 30, 1939, Greencastle, IndianaIt a a a a Tiik weather fair am warmer 4. A the daily Banner 1 All the Home news United pre8s service 4 4.l, 4, Ait Waves for ally l my , Indiana saturday Smith Munh 30, 1939 no. 301 hot Kattre hops to 45 As to gets rain my a chs in two the on tin i e through a might Flowers Bane fitted 1,1 Cut prepare for colder rather a sudden change come in night to speak sunday a Identa of this Community who Manly rely upon providential Uncle in the matter of getting cars washed and who had be have some doubt of the Bene of Providence because their had com unwashed two months their Faith revived yesterday Oon and last morning their cars glistened. My tin in Faith in Providence de again. The two i dust accumulation was j i away by the rain that began i Day noon and continued some-1 intermittently through the. Rain that fell was of the kind soaks in but there was not Zoh of it to penetrate the Pareh-�1 to any noticeable depth. Grass Flowers will be the principal Des As there was not in of the rain to raise the present level of streams of the county to affect the water level in the a ring the last few Days Farmers have Springs on their farms noticed the increase in flow tile outlets of subterranean a veins that usually proceeds the no of wet weather due it is to the lightening of the pres of the atmosphere which per the water to flow More freely a the Undi ground reservoirs. It temperature dropped with the Jig of the rain and the North memorial for Andrew to be sunday picture of Kate c citizen to re in masonic Temple the Public is invited appropriate program Lias in ii Arn winged for sunday afternoon at two of Ulock Dean Louis ii. Dirks Rev Serios of Sun it a program Pesky to pm in ii inaugurates new plan of Inte Testini. with special emphasis on talks and discussions of interest to the Young married people of Gice Castle the presbyterian Church announces an outstanding series of programs on sunday mornings during the coming months. The entire series has As its theme a christianity in a changing Dean Louis h. Dirks will speak sunday morn a october 1, on a the Home and the Community a a or. George b. Manhart will present a comprehensive View of the changes taking place in christianity in various parts of the world today on october 8. Or. Lester m. Jones an authority on conditions in Russia will be the speaker on october 15. Or. E. M. Mueller who just returned from Germany will be heard on october 22. Or. F. M. Vreeland will present the subject from the English stand a picture of the late Andrew b. Hanna will be Hung in the masonic Temple with a memorial service sunday afternoon at two of clock. The picture will be placed on the North Wall of the Large East room of the Temple and with the unveiling an appropriate memorial service will be held. The Public is cordially invited to attend the program. The program will open with a violin Solo by miss Kathleen Corbin. A the Rev. Raphael will deliver the in vocation. And this will be followed by a Short talk by Charles Mcgaughey who will talk on or. Hanna As a citizen. C. C. Gillen will talk about or. Hanna As a Mason. Perry Rush will sing a Solo. A the to picture of or. Hanna will be unveiled by the Rev. Claude Mcclure and the Rev. H. C. Fellers will give the Bene diction. Finish Ekht threatened by germans de it Kara then a f Moscow cai.1.e� final peace a a Tuke will not consider German Dimity an said to be that it i. Time to cull off War wounded a Home from the War in Poland this wounded nazi Soldier is placed in a red Cross ambulance for transportation to a Hospital somewhere in Germany. Picture passed by German censor was sent from Berlin. Train at left bears Rod Cross symbols. Nazis withhold list of casualties. Inscriptions on grave markers show overlapping of Indian and White settlers rods to refuse wartime l it the 78 degrees recorded yes a on october 29. 451 the Timp of the or Forenoon was changed to i was recorded tills morning at and 8 of clock. Fires were in furnaces that had been be last Spring and there was tightening of belts in pre for colder weather. Wot it not it in Post \ in helping allies Foster bluntly tells Dies Washington. Sept. A to a Flat assertion by William z. Foster communist party chairman that lie would not support the United states if it entered the present Quot imperialistic War Quot in Aid of France a a irl great the time of the program has been Wiluin highlighted fridays hearing a eral o injured in Auto wreck arranged so that the parents May i leave their children at the Church school and attend the discussions. The programs will commence at 9 85, the talks to stat at 10 00 of clock followed by discussion and questions until 10 30 of clock. Professor Henry rolling head of1 the piano department of the music school of Depauw University will provide piano selections As a part of the program next sunday morning. uned twice on a Mem in \ it it a a badge sat it Day morning two youths in court for thefts d men suffered injuries Early tw0 clovp1.,Iai. Youths Brothers a Day morning when the car in wer a yesterday summoned to the they were Riding left the pave it a Nam Curt to appear this t at the West end of Bainbridge overturned two times. Injured men were Harry Bil of Hopedale mass. Who Reed severe head injuries and was a to an Indianapolis Hospital w. M Emery of Colton Calif., was injured about the eyes. He treated at the office of a Bain amp a physician. In men were occupants of a Wolet driven by Robert Jordon Ness Calif. Other passengers the automobile who escaped in n w. I. Morris Gaylen and Sam i Forenoon charged with steal in j bicycles. They were Morris Jones 15 years old. Who was placed under arrest at school in Cloverdale Friday afternoon and his brother Raymond. 17 years old. Was found working on n. Farm North of where he lives. Raymond was taken in custody by state police detective Roy Newgent and chief of police Edward Maddox if i Greencastle but Morris was permitted to finish his Day in school to appear n court in Greencastle today. The two live four Miles West of Cloverdale and one of the bicycles Enburg both of Dan Ness Calif. A he the was found there it is reported of my a cording to information received a l Nolice but the second one had members of the party were in t to Hoopeston 111., to get or. A no i if. Before going on to de Mich the car in which they Ridin. West was said to have crowded off the pavement by going Oast and because of ther Slippery pavement the car left Road and turned Over two times. In Clover antics damage converted liner to a deny fire was due any Way to German enemies Tendon sept. 30 the British 8s said tonight there been Quot an outbreak of fire on British training ship Caledonia. A press association said the fire Way due to enemy a add to another youth Jale. The bicycle whose theft is charged to Morris was taken from the High school building in Greencastle two weeks ago. It in owned by William Lane. 724 East Seminary Street. The machine charged against the other Jones is owned by a a Monk Dunn living on main Street in Greencastle. Nab a a spy at Navy Yard before the Dies committee. The grim unsmiling witness not Only declared that i hold his own personal support but would recommend that the party do likewise. Fosters View s were brought out by chairman Dies who asked a in event of War Between the United states soviet where would your allegiance lie Quot a a in a for the defense of the United states and the maintenance of its National Independence and the democratic system and the eventual establishment of socialism a Foster replied. A was far As War against any country is concerned i walk blindly into that War if it was an imperialistic War a a in the present War would you support the United states government a Dies Cut in. A if the United states entered a i an imperialistic basis i would not support Dies then asked specifically whether Foster would support this country a government if the unite states entered the present struggle on the English French Side. A under the present setup i regard j it As an imperialistic War arid under that i would net support the United the poker faced witness answered. Spectators who had observed a strict silence when the witness a a that declaration stood up and cheered when Dies suggested at the heeling s end that the comm uni t part should be disbanded in the United states. That there was an overlapping of Indian and White seniors life in Putnam county through ten years or so Back More than a Hundred years is indicated by the inscriptions on grave markers in the Little old burying ground dating Back to Pioneer years at the site of chief Peter Cornstalk s Village a Short distance North of the Putnam Montgomery county line Northwest of Roachdale a couple of Miles. There was a Church there dating Back More than a Hundred years known As the Cornstalk Church an i the Graves now in evidence there were principally of White persons buried there who wire More or less would with 1 Elesely connected with the Church. The evidence of of ripping of the Indian and White life is indicated by the inscriptions on some of the grave stones. Some of the prawns whose remains were interred there were born in the Russia a Century or very Early in the 19th. Mary Dickerson wife of John r. Dick son who died in 1861 at the of 74 Vears. And John r. Dickerson himself died in 1869 at the age of 89 years he thus having been of n in 17s0. W. A. Harney a relative of a he George Harney who lived in Greencastle some years Back is buried there. Robert c. Lane was 88 a years old when he died in 1852. He j was born in 1774, a stirring year in american history. A Queen Anne Quot Rogers is buried there too. But the inscription of her birth Date is not distinct. Lucas Baldwin was 56 when he died in 1842. Other persons buried there born Early in the 19th Century include Rebecca Dickerson dying in 1830 at f he age of 19 years and 9 months. Sarah m. Brookshire was born in 1819. Courtney wife of s. Hostetler was 22 years old when she die in 1838. James t. Dollins buried there was bom in 1827. Elizabeth wife of Samuel or amp Hill was born in 1811 and died in 1873. Chief Cornstalk brought his Small Berlin sept. 30 up Germany i will fight the War to a finish with j every weapon and every Muns Noces i sary to ensure Victory if great Brit Jain and France reject the Russo Ger Man peace , nazi into in j it was said authoritatively that j the joint declaration j it Moscow that it was time to Call i off the War. Constitute j a final peace a offer j that Adolf Hitler would j ret unites the situation changed Jenl any formal direct bid to the. Allied Powers. J if the Allied governments wanted j any Points cleared up. It was said j they Coul 1 obtain the information i from their ambassadors at Moscow. emphasized however that there could be no questioning of the division of Poland Between Germany an 1 Russia. That they said was not a Point for negotiation. Despite the immediate firm statement in official quarters in London and Paris that the Russo German overture was totally , nazis professed net to believe that official rejection was certain. A we ask Britain and France to think an authoritative source said. Quot one can not imagine governments a. Is Ponsillo individuals in London and Paris rejecting this offer when they have had time to give More consideration to the tremendous historical implications of the agreement signed at Moscow a a the girls quarters it the Depauw a list what joint measures Germany gymnasium building were invaded by and Russia might take if their peace a thief about noon yesterday and my were Reje the visit was costly to a few of the it 1� 8a-v girls and less costly to a number of others. Cigarette cases figured in robbery to d. P. U. By m Friday noon students lose Vali i a i from in m Nasi i m lockers Cash w \ s t a i i \ believe before theft took place shortly noon Hen building was unguarded bid were rejected. From the nazi commentator.1 observers got the germans cautious tone Ltd of however. Neutral idea that Russia the list of stolen property. Had Given the nazis no Promise f the worst sufferer was miss Juel military support and that the extent Maddox daughter of Edward mad it of russians support for the Dox. Chief of police of Greencastle at least would it Lin Ite l i a purely which May be just too bad for the political and economic sphere tribe of miamis across Ohio and a thief because the chief has a per Germany s position for the mom age part of Indiana. In 1790. From their former town site in West Virginia across the Ohio River from our Presto a in tin Immi a in i Fust i our Sonal incentive As Well Tus official to ent it was said is bring the culprit into court. Miss 1 Germany urgently desires in Maddox lost $14 in Cash from her cooperation with Russia and other locker along with an expensive i Friendly states including Italy to winalpha Chi frate pin and a valuable Duce Britain and France to Call off Timlin services to lie Moncla body of fog Mer president s widow Wiki be brought to it it late sunday mis Robin Vince rites n Sunda i the War. 2 she holds that the allies ne�?T1 i feel no shame if they reconsider now for the last time whether there is to be peace or a finish fight. 3 Polan j is dead and Germany last rites for Murlin widow mrs. Or. Ermina Lemuel Sekkes will be Condi Uteri at two o clock from Robin memorial 1iuiu ii funeral senders for miss Robin ence. Age 23 Setara daughter of in no it Quot thi Caledonia which formerly the Cunard White Star liner a Jatico was taken out of commis 1 blowing the outbreak of War docked for extensive Altora press association did not say the fire broke out. F d glow was seen below deck a Ball of smoke Hung Over the it added. Philadelphia sept. 30�? the Navy Yard had its first Quot spy scarab since the outbreak of the european War today when a Man described by police As a Quot suspicious Chaia tei was captured by marines As he attempted to climb a Fence near the Yard s Entrance. The Man. Told police he served gent with the German air Force to the world War. He was held for further questioning. Virgil deem takes Over service station injured in crash Stanley Frazier of Sullivan and a Nephew of Homer Frazier of Qreen Castle suffered injuries in a truck crash two Miles West of Stiles Vule Friday night and was brought to the Putnam county Hospital in n local ambulance. Or. Frazier was said to have suffered painful Scalp wounds. According to report the truck he was driving hit a Bridge abutment. The Standard service station on North Jackson Street at Jacob has been purchased from its former owner Paul Evans by Virgil a a Jiggs deem and was started in operation by the new management on saturday morning. Assisting or. Deem in giving service to the Public. Is Russell new the former operator has had Many years of training in this Field. Murlin. Former president of Depauw or. And mrs. R. W. Pence East Sony University who died Friday at her Inary Street who died suddenly Fri Home in Way a a mich., will be held Day afternoon at the Putnam coun monday afternoon at 2 30 of clock to Hospital will b from the Gobin methodist Church afternoon it 2 of clock from the or. Clyde e. Wildman will officiate. Gobin memorial methodist Church. Interment will a it a in Forest Hill the Rev. C. M. Mcclure will offi 1 cd ate. Interment will he made in Sun Forest Hill cemetery. Friends May Call at the Rector funeral Home. Although miss Pence suffered ring. Miss Ellis Randel. Daughter of Clyde Randel of Terre haute formerly of Greencastle is without a costly cigarette Case As a result of the degradation. Other girls lost Money and cigarette cases and other and Russia alone will say what shall personal property the total loss of h. Done regarding the area that was nil of them being estimated at about Poland. $25. Chief of police Edward Maddox London. 30 up Orta made an investigation of the Rob Britain and Turk v have completed Bery and he has some evidence with Ajir draft of a definite pact of my an expectation of getting More Tual assistance and a turkish mall probably sufficient to justify the is juy Mission is a its Way to Lou on old sunday a using of a warrant. Abbey. The body will leave Wayland. Day morning at 8 of clock and will arrive in Greencastle about 3 o clock state tax rate left i air lounge to negotiate with the British government it was understood today. Dip Davis \ in poin ted As Butler in Lysk Ian two sunday Alvernor. Friends May Call from a serious illness some at the Rector funeral Home after 7 y. Ars ago her death yesterday was of clock sunday a vening. Vioto Iua t i i a Basic fatal 1 unexpected. Heart disease was the cause of her death. Besides the parents a sister. Mrs. Wayne Pell of this City survives. Miss Pence was a graduate the Dpi it of Nttah no of or. George d. Davis a graduate of Depauw and Indiana Ulve Isles University physician at Butler University for the 1939-40 year has Ticen announced by president d. S. Robinson. ,. Or. Davis hold a Bachelor of Sci department of Treasury had deter of the mined to let the state a Anno my m i n t throws Light on expected local a meats the announcement that the state tax rate Day night by Raymond Blunk. Years old. Of Studesville Whan a Bor Nee doctor s Dot or it sity. He served fatal injuries were suffered thurs Greencastle High school. She was a main at 15 cents on each one Hund 21 senior in Depauw University and a red dollars of valuation for 1940 remember of Delta Delta Delta Soror moved one item of doubt As to ,.thr, li8t Hospital rowed motorcycle on which he was Ity. A a Pence was a violinist. She exact amount of total taxes to be a Riding hit a Culvert ind. 39. I was n 1 phony orchestra and the University from Depauw and his be from Indiana univer Liis internship at the recommend pictures 20 years ago Greencastle endorsers of photoplay recommend the following movies to to shown locally soon for adults the women Good girls go to Paris magnificent fraud. Sorority House Thunder afloat. Hotel for women Angels Wash their faces Golden boy and old maid for family five Little peppers Star maker. Wizard j of of in old Monterey and nights wan Ley spent the week end Wlton work Homo Folkl the state penal farm was via ted by seven members of the Ini Guertal Indiana prison commission among whom were d. M. Dorral Laxalt of padd Kattai and several titled men of English nationality. G. P. Walker trustee of Cloverdale township was Here on business. The woman s study club me with mrs. Elmer seller East Hanna Street. Mias Era Bonce went to Chicago to visit. Lacey Stoner a bought 487 acres of Mississippi land. From Putnamville Reuben string orchestra. I 11 miss Pence was a violinist. She exact amount of i member of the Depauw sym paid locally. The state tax rate is a part of tin local tax payments and until information was Given out As to the exact rate for state purposes the total local payments could not be determined. There were some shifting of the various rates for state purposes making up the total of 15 cents but the changes were so made that the total rate was not lowered. The state Treasury department could not raise the total rate because of legis native restrictions. It could have i its showing in the band Contes lowered it legally but did not. More Rami wins honors placed second in contest held at Crawfordsville Friday afternoon mrs. Davis will be remembered by her friends As miss Kuth Clifford. Attorney m. J. Murphy was special bulge on the Putnam circuit court Bench yesterday in the hearing of Webb is Davenport guardianship proceedings from North Putnam judge William m Sutherlin having disqualified himself. At the fall festival at Crawfordsville yesterday won for the Fillmore band an award of thirty dollars. They rated second. First place was won by the Newport band which won High Honor at the Cloverdale Centennial. In july Perrysville was third. The Cloverdale band received a ten Dollar prize for its excellence although it did not place among the fir3t three. The Only Chance now for any change in the total taxes to be paid in each taxing unit of the county As Given heretofore in the daily Banner. Is for the state tax Board to make reductions which is not Likely to occur. Or. W. R. Hutcheson is reported slightly improved at his Home on cast Washington Street. 909�� o o of a a today a weather a and o a local temperature a c it it it it it it a o it fair and warmer. Minimum 6 a. M. 7 a. M. 8 a. M. 9 a. M. 10 a. M. 11 a. M. 45 l 45 45 47 50 55 c
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