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Greencastle Daily Banner (Newspaper) - June 2, 1939, Greencastle, IndianaT t 0 it. Weather Chi sob showers $ Diirr ask Van the daily Banneit Waves for All 0 i a i United press service the Home news a a 1 a i 1&Quot v i i 4 a 4 a a a a he Ken Castick Indiana Friday .11 no 2, 1�kk�. No. Ii he action 0 at Oaks school a Grunen Ovek a a my Kin Ltd it tstan1i1no i i Rizijs pm Vodka i Luv Uichi a a a of Sliwi Arnth also r Loncin i Lii using id Uzular program. Lay Jenomi Zifa was a Jiva Avera Litton of children ill the. To school who Lead ban Tanly nor absent during1t his a e who won in the til. Living of the award. A i a i Quot am was Given by i from the various rooms la me Ibi Liard Conrad. Silo Bli n Stiles. John Ash. R Jerry Ashworth it fifth Grade. Little in los Joyce flux no Betty Evans. Solo Liliy kellers. Russell Knauer. Umbrella song Urbain ivs let a at Christian Iii id ii special services will Mark the annual Observance of children s Day in the first Christian Church sunday morning and evening the feature of the morning worship hour will in the recognition and dedication service for babies and Little children. The minister s message will in a was a lit be child parents who desire to participate in this Beautiful Revice Are invited to bring their babies and present them. An attractive certificate containing the service of dedication will be presented to each child an i its pm Rente. At 7 .�?~0 i. M. The child in w 1 present their program. Departmental leaders have been training these children for reveral weeks and a splendid program is assured an offering will be taken at the service to be used for the Mission u y program of the Church throughout the world. Visitors Are Welcome. I its Ali l in class i ast i Ini i. L a Rykr in Iris i in a Auto wreck car in l Fri i \ it it olu88iom m in Plainfield i ate Tiu it saw afternoon was Kim Viil to Hospital or. Porter and one other Driver. A new yorker Wen injured while others est up Al. I Poe. A 1 i. I a ii a i Mills Tern de on him in i is room this Var Ite Fri end i Patty Kim Surg robe11 Wayne Campbell. Barbara Goodman. Sixth Grade. Solo Dorothy me go Wen. Betty Ann Call. Sixth Grade. It a program children a not had birthdays during to Yea. Wore remembered. Weir Given to those who i Ilu i Selling contest n i. I it Otis were awarded had won first second or a in to Field Day events Light rail Kern received a and a Nail gift for Peilar. They were As Fol Philli Winifred Feld 1 a i Dennis Thomas. To Ralph Ruward Williams l h let i is Phillips Betty a a William Reyn a l i Nas Raymond Feld com Watson Betty Evans. A Everett Klavons Charlotte Patter a pm t John shillings i Ker i d a Wheeler Patty Knight Anna Mae Mai to Ite Davis Mildred How a i hat of. U1 Iii. Meda Long. Wan. Knauer Norma i i i a any Smiley John Phillips and Joy a ing the children of Mill a Viool had the last i 1 1 it a for tiie year win Given for perfect atan the track meet rib-1 . The pupils Ite 11 a 11 a i with some special by tin band and several a it Len urn �., i intr Inni i it a a aids \ scholarships i ii Ptah roof Riniti a j a my t. 11117 Al in i h i i so hold shop funds 1&Quot -h1.618.50. Which repro a win total of Money Lent 1 nil throughout i to i amount the Green dial to a has contributed a is i n1027, enabling thir p not a. To la. Girls to attend col it a 11 state scholarships Are Indiana Gills who have Paridi in work and to Date been Given $5,850.00 in Iliin the last two years i number of gifts made to i a of which 28 were made 1038. 1&Quot the annual Beryl show a null Fellowship of $500.00 is 1,1 an Indiana University air i m or Lor to make it pos by r to do special work in it a Field. I Loyal support of the Quot a unities throughout the Lappa could not undertake Quot Mable projects As this 1 Psi info i Kay f if an City Juno 2 hip his t.1� the College of Cardi a that As the result of his a Quot its he had received Quot As Rod will and a resolve cum peace from various pent he had contacted. All was quiet in professor Paul j. Fay a adolescent psychology class at Depauw University one afternoon Early this week. The students were hard at work Oil a last claps quiz. Suddenly and without warning. Alex Vraciu. East Chicago Sophomore and a member of the football and mile relays team jumped to it his feet threw an Eraser at the Profet Sor and shouted. A i just can t stand it any he Dadio Ltd to the window twi stories above the ground and plunge i from sight. Girls in the class screamed one or two were near the fainting stage a. Fay rushed to the window and looked out. He expected to see the worst. But not what he actually saw. There was Vraciu lying comfortably and unharmed in a Tarpaulin held by his friends. Vraciu a Grin stretched from ear1, ear. Tho thumb of his right hand was at i nose. A crowd which had Bee i primed for the exhibition gave what spectators later described As a Bird the professor said not a word. He went Back to the front of the room and sat Down. For several years he. Has staged Quot fake fights in his classroom to learn How Sharp Are the eyes a it of his students. After thee a a fights he has queried his student on a who hit who and when. Etc. Etc a Vraciu raid he pulled the stunt to see if the professor a could take some of his own the professor Quot took but said he would not Quot like to have to take it special notice Greencastle municipal band will have Imok Irant me i monday evening june 5th. 7 30 p. M. Each member please hip Ltd it. V licenses falling Sli Orl a to it 2fh less have been ism Ell this Oner last a shortage of about 200 in tie number of fishing in a Hunting licenses issued in Putnam county this year Conti is cd with the Quot number issued by this time last Yeai. Has caused some concern among the fish and game conservation advocates in the county and elsewhere. This shortage in noticeable in part because in counties there has been an increase in the number of licenses issued. Victor Walter game Warden of the county on discussing the Matte the. Other Day found no explanation for the situation excepting the possibility that some 200 Putnam county res Lents who last year took out licences and this year expecting to a get by with it such permits and if that is True. Or Walter said these persons Are simply looking for trouble of a costly kind. Or. Walter said most emphatically that he cannot have any Leni ency for persons l. L. Porter is in the Putnam county Hospital suffering sever cuts and bruises and a new York Auto Driver is in tin methodist Hospital at Indianapolis As the result of an automobile collision one mile West of Plainfield about five o clock thursday evening. Or. Porter was returning from Indianapolis and As his car the East bound new York car collided the Porter machine was thrown to the North Side of the Highway and caught by a couple of trucks being driven Westward which were fastened together. The trucks caught him against a Telephone pole and almost made an accordian of his new machine. The new York car was likewise damaged and it was said both were beyond repair. Or. Porter As Well As the new yorker were remove to the office in Plainfield of or. Stafford where they were Given temporary treatment. Or. Porter was brought to the Putnam county Hospital by Hugh Hammond and Charles Hammond. Here he was Given a general aesthetic and his numerous injuries treated which included the removal of pieces of Glass and the closing of Many serious cuts. Friday morning it was said he was resting fairly comfortable but will remain in the Hospital several Days. The new York Man were Burnett Sultan and Jack Bel Ford. It Nell Al directors held meeting Here thursday the funeral directors of Puanani county held a dinner meeting thurs it Lay evening at the College inn. During the business session there was a discussion of the new Laws passed recently in the state legislature among which was one requiring that dead human bodies shall be in no Way prepared for burial except in an approved embalming room by a License embalmer nor shall any permit for burial be issued to any person other than a License funeral director. Those present were Frank heed of Cloverdale Stanley Chastain of Roachdale he it mar sum is of Bain Hriz age. Lon Mcgaughey. Ralph Megaughey both of Russellville and Charles Mccurry Charle Rector and Russ tel Shannon All of this City. Mis Coll do on state Road n vow a. M. Bad pc c ident took place e Soi i ii of City Fri Dai morning blk nuke of Bee c Linton. Ill. Xvi Man Iii i d mrs. Xxi Mark attempted to remove in a and lost control of her car Emires liven p on Intel Irilian Laid incl at adjourned Iii Rinc shows Cost of rehabilitation whom he finds violate the Law in regard to Tho por Aea Sion of permits Whilo engaging in such sports. Any violators to finds he says will be arrested and taken into court without exception and a conviction in offence will Cost the $18 or More. At the adjourn Eil hearing in Indianapolis this week of the petition of the Indiana Railroad that they be permitted by the Public service commission of the state to it abandon the Terre haute division of their Railroad system the hearing being held before Ray Gilbert examiner of a or the commission it was brought out that toe present owners a it i the Road estimated an expenditure of $85.000 would be necessary to it rehabilitate tin property to it it Ermit the continued operation of the Road it i the commission does not permit the abandonment. A is a it was stated if the line is abandoned and the track scrapped along with some of the equipment the receipts from that source by Tho receiver of the system Bowman elder we Mlot amount to approximately $200,000 which sum would be sufficient to provide the equipment n de of for bus line to supplant the inter Urbar. Line. Jouis Rappoport general auditor of the Indiana railways was questioned at. This adjourned hearing by attorneys Frances Hamilton and Marshall Abrams cd of Greencastle. Representing the protests and by Ralph Hanna Public Counselor concerning his evidence before the examiner representing the commission at the first hearing which was held in Indianapolis some weeks ago. Evidence from the Railroad company was to the effect that tin company has lost several thousands of dollars in tin operation it it of the line during the last few months the question was put before the examiner As to who would pay for that rehabilitation of the line from Brazil to i Terre haute if the commission does not permit the abandonment. That part of the line is own a by the Terre haute electric company but leased by them to the Public service corporation and subleased by that corporation to the Indiana Railroad. The examiner Kay Grimes stated the re corals of the a various hearings will no placed Beecye the commission and that the latter will announce their finding is soon As it is prepared. One woman was Hurt badly and four were less seriously injured in a head on collision just South of tin a. T. T. Sub station on Road 43 Friday morning when the car driven by mrs. Wiley Mark it get out a of control and collided with a car driven by Jerry hidden of Clinton 111 a Bee got in the Mark car and mrs. Mark in attempting to remove the be from the car lost control of it As her car swerved it collided with the hidden car which was South hound. State police he a a a a Scofield St John were Calls a from the state farm Barracks and made the report on the Accident mrs. Hidden was the worst Hurt. She was thought to it Haw Suffy real a broken Arm and i body cuts and bruises. She was brought to Green Castle fur treatment. Mrs. Mark was accompanied by her two year old child and both escaped injury other than from Shock. Or. Hidden who was driving his car and his wife was accompanied by i s. Glen Bowman and so it Jerry Warren Bowman anti the three escaped injury other than minor cuts and bruises and Shock. Both cars Chevrolet sedans were badly wrecked. Mrs. Mark lives near it. Meridian anti was Enro Ute to Greencastle when the Accident occurred. Senior class exercises to Jose school a Radi ution program vill be held tonight in Goiwin me Mori Al Iii Kunii judge my to spi Aii their Domain King George and Queen Elizabeth get away from crowds for a Brief Holiday among Mountain peaks at Banff Alberta. At left is prime minister w. L. Mackenzie King accompanying them on the Canadian trip. Submarine mishap nil to Sabot be English Craft ii a been missing since practice dive yesterday Resci e of Clexx begins Bon scouts to i Lold \ a might of interesting program Lla by in arranged for the Exerie less of 1030 school year. Thi sixty first annual commencement program of the Greencastle High school will be hell this evening in the Gobin memorial methi list Church at eight o clock. Diplomas will be awarded to eighty eight members i of the senior class i the address will in Given by judge i Fred g. Bali of Columbus and a his subject will in Quot a design for great judge Bale has ap-1 geared Here before anti is a popular speaker wherever to goes. Music will i a furnished for the program by the girls glee club and Charles Sheridan a member of the grat lusting class will sing a Solo Quot Calm As the night Quot a prof. Van Denman Thui Ipson will preside at the Organ. In the in a citation of diplomas. The class will be represented by miss Kathryn Boston prof. William Bishop principal will present the class and supt Paul f. Boston will award the diplomas. The invocation and Benediction will he Given by the Rev. Victor l. Raphael past a a of the presbyterian Church. The class has Ticen represented by miss Bosty Vias president William Edington in Ltd in silent miss Marguerite or Dun secretan y and James m. Houck treasurer. Till i xxx i t1n a to a for coi n i x so is next a week ship is Down in 130 Echt of water exit i Stern above surface Kos cml it ill Len Dies a Birllie Dean Dirks to so a ii sunday xxx i i. Fill xxi Anco in i Kos by Teri in Iii a it ii for Day professor Louis if. Dirks Dean of men in Depauw will be the speaker at the sunday morning service in the presbyterian Church in the absence of Rev. V. L. Raphael. His subject will tie Quot the greatest of Dean Dirks is known throughout the state because of he Long association in the Field of education. He is a member of the state Board of education of other educational organizations. He is in constant demand As a speaker before Many types of audiences. For Many years professor Dirks has been interested in the cause of religious education and is a member of the committee on Christian Kyl cation of the presbyterian Synod of Indiana and a it the presbytery of Indianapolis. Or. George b. Manhart of Depauw Wiital preside Ami conduct the service of worship. Miss Kathryn Olds of a Warsaw. Senior voice major Stu int in the school of music will be Tho soloist. The boy scouts of Putnam Chun-1 to will assemble june 12, 13. And i t for a three Day Camporee at the scout Cabin. Greencastle Airport under the a direct in it a of District j chairman will e. Edington assisted j by the District committeeman j. A Bam in a Ger. Villiam Bishop. L. I. Cogwel Eugene a Llen. Or. M in Huck Ericc Frank Schoonerman .1. M Fulmer j Morton Spencer. Or. E. R Bartlett. E. 11 Smith William Stiles k. E. Lawrence Frank Jarrell. Kenneth Bennett. F b. Goalie. John Clark. The it la a Brown h. It Pruitt. John i it Pott a. Raymond l i lasting. H. W. Etches n. L. Van i Cleave Rev. H. C. Fellers. Olau be Mcclure or. Glenn g i Lings Ward a 1. Mayhall. Chari s Mccurry. Father Thomas Mcgrath l. L. Porte. I a Ster m. Jone a John Cartwright Sam Hobart Alberth it Var a. Xxx. S Parks and Albert Williams. A Camporee is a v night Camp Liverpool. Eng. June 2.- up tapping grew fainter and fainter this afternoon from inside the steel Hull of the sunken submarine thetis m Miles off Tho North Wales coast dimming High Hopes that All of Tho 88 trapped men would he rescued alive. Liverpool. England. June 2 i up a reports that a Irish Republican army Quot sabotage caused an Accident to t h e submarine thetis swept thru ugh Liverpool today As those aboard began Bobbing one by on to a the surface Safe. The thetis missing since 8 40 a m yesterday when it started a practise dive such As that which doomed ing under supervised a in Lei ship Moth United states submarine squalls trivia to l by a full m l Active scout was located 14 Miles off great program. All stir will a Imp by Ormes head on the Nordli Walos patrols Antler troop la a Al it ship. Any coast near Liverpool at 2 50 a. M. Kind a of tents Ami camping Tquip-1kdti today. Its Stem was stick ment Are acceptable the scouts will ing up 13 feet above the Choppy do their own cookie by patrols Waters of Liverpool Bay. The Camporee Prog am include the to destroyer Brazen sweeping instruction in Fin building cooking 20 years ago in Greencastle court Fogt a that guilty prior thirty kill led Allahabad. India. June 2 up thirty persons were killed today and Many were feared to by burled in debris As the result of a Magazine explosion at Kotah. The Baptist Church miss Mary Socin a to met with mrs. Fax Davidson on West Columbia Street. Ora of hair of the Een Castlo Force was quarantined at Home because of the illness with Scarlet fever of his daughter. Mrs. Donald Munson came from new York to visit her Mother. Mrs. O. H. Bowen at the commercial Hoto. In great circles about the area where the thetis was known to he lying saw the ups Clung Hull anti at once began Rescue work. Capt. 11 p. K. Oram Ctm Imand ing the fifth submarine flotilla and Lieut. Ii. G Woods of the thetis screw were first off. Next came a Stoker and f. Shaw one of the 20 technicians Ltd to the Cam Moll Laird shipbuilding company constructors a it of the thet s. Seventy nine in All including 58 of the Crew 20 technicians and a submarine Pilot had la Een Aboa Al when the submarine made its dive. Those aboard were using the a Davis a combined Gas Mas like air chamber and life Belt As they went up from one to of the three escape hatches on the submarine admiralty officials announced that the thetis s Bow was Down in 130 feet of water its Stern above the surface. The ship is 265 feet in length. Capt. Orams is senior officer aboard but not the ship s commander. Was sent to the surface first so he could direct Rescue work and make a Fum report on the state of of the submarine. He reported that the commanding a i of Igor and All aboard were alive. Admiralty Salvage ships were streaming to the scene with full Rescue apparatus. A. L Dobbs local postmaster is bed making first Aid games contest. Signalling tent pitching and nature lore. The veiling of june 12 there will he a rousing conic Fin with a number i f stunts song and yells. Eye i patrol will be ask 1 1�# present some kind of stunt. That general Public is invited to attend the campfire session. Monday evening there will he a court of Honor at which time awards will be Ganteil. Sunday services will he conducted for All scouts. The troops and scoutmaster in i e i to participate in this Campo of inc Ude tit vip 42 Roachdale Howard Wilson scout master troop 43. Greencastle. Richard Isis rent a scoutmaster to top 02. Bainbridg gtd John t Goodhart scoutmaster troop 1 5, a Herndon in win scoutmaster troop 1 6. Fillmore Raymond King scout Mast a troop 1 8 Russellville in Oren Garner scoutmaster troop a a Grcen Castle scoutmaster Robert a ter troop i Greencastle scoutmaster Xiv. J Baynard. Mrs. I x id \ i i \ i n died till Exen ing mrs. Edna brat Tain age 85 years die a thursday evening about 5 40 of clock at the Home a of her Only daughter mrs. Eva Lamia Ster. Near the or and mrs l la Rdo sex Elt i Lxii Iii ii in Boston Hospital Poston. June 2 a up a son born prematurely to mrs Anne Clark Ria Evelt. Daughter in Law of Presil Lent and mrs. Roosevelt die i shortly after birth. Mrs Franklin d. Roosevelt said today. The first lady came to Boston by train Early today to Ltd Comfort her daughter in Law Ami her youngest son John father of the child. Tin younger mrs. A it Orevolt was reported in Good con Htiu n at Richardson House. John met his Mother on her arrival at South station and acc Milan in Al her to hotel Statler. She appeared tired and nervous when she received newsmen later in. Her suite. The baby was bom last Midnight at Richardson Hou a. Which is part of Boston lying in he Spital. Mrs. Roos. V Cut said she left Washiington lat night after receiving i tel Eph in Call from John who Sam his wife was Quot seriously j she said she spent a sleepless night on the lain. Not until John met la at South station did i she learn that the baby had been born and died she said. Her voice wavered As she spoke. I dui i i is crap Fordsville june 2 a up when Louis Daniel Morris 20, of Alamo stole an automobile Here to thrive Home from a skating rink he electrified to find a 2-year-old baby sleeping in the has so at. Fearful of a charge of kidnapping he raced Back to the Crawfordsville police station admitted a the theft of the machine and gave the baby to the police. Or. And mrs. Garnet Tiee parents of the child came to the it Olire station to import the theft Only to it find their baby playing with the cops and Moniz in a cell ii faces charges of vehicle taking today. A a it a o o o a o a i x today a weather to it o and a it local temperature % amp 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 local thundershowers tonight or saturday not much change in temperature. In Indianapolis attending Tho annual Park Muntain a a minty line funeral 1 convention of the Indiana chapter an an Emonts will be announced lat i National association of postmasters or. The Shannon funeral Home is in j in the Claypool hotel. Charge. 1 minimum 6 a. M. 7 a. M. 8 a. M. P a. In. 10 a. M. D a. M. 12 # noon 1 m. 2 p. M. 66 72 77 78 82 83 87 86. 82 80
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