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Greencastle Daily Banner (Newspaper) - June 3, 1939, Greencastle, IndianaT Ltd vhf in father hib and cooler a the daily Banner a it Waves for ally q q United press service 4 All the Home news �1 l jul a Lihty seven a Indiana Satla Uday .11 be 1939. No. 107 a us get it of hand at Hospital non Stop marred by to Krak of local political feud no1 thread ignored Eleni in Hospital Kinji and were Ilia Tlell uni asked to in to automobile Winton Alberta. June 3. Political Ranconi intruded for St time during the Canadian King Georgo and Queen tip lat. Yesterday when a Mong the thousands who Wol tin Britannic majesties booed l Aberhart social credit pre Alberta. T Racatto of Boos Bike out the cheers As Aberhart or Jat the railway station to Greet and Queen. Several other its emphasized the political Between opponents and j wits to Aberhart a social credit1 sent but their majesties did finest any manifestations of \ Shind the scenes political Dis Erhart. Leader of the world s a we credit government re-1 closed til government House and forced the King s reprove in Alberta to move to a Chart appeared unruffled by evidences of political tension jailed now and then at the a c under-the-8urfaco political Edmonton gave their Majes a demonstration of loyalty not a cd in any other City on the route. Royal couple went to the hos Ito visit world War veterans. King and Queen started their the Beds which had been to the front of the Hospital stormed the grounds. Poete Natte to control the Surg Owdij. M u mad which the Quen were jostled and about. The Queen finally her escort to take her and the to their car. J Hart in his address of Wel assured the King of a the sin ind enduring loyalty of the of this province to your Royal and to your most excellent is Only reference to the social i plan Aberhart asserted that i Dutiful people of Alberta the St and most recently constr province of the Dominion Trust under the guidance of provi they May continue along the social economic and National King thanked Aberhart for wind and affectionate words of though the people of Alberta Jimon with other canadians had Many difficulties wit to contend a the King said a i wired that blessed As they Are a Rich and Fertile soil and with ter prising and courageous Spir by will continue to overcome make their full contribute strength and welfare of a which is such an important or of the British common of official Welcome to their maj was held at the legislative no because Aberhart closed the i�?T8 gubernatorial House on notice several months ago after deut. Governor j. 1 had refused to assent to Sev is including a press censor measure. Aberhart a opponents arged he closed the mansion for hut he denied this. Chart had said the closing was Lomy measure because the Probas unable to meet its matured payments. Alberta has it a maturing Bond Issue since a Kial credit government came it of ice. In Brittanie majesties were to s x and one half hours in this of Alberta province. It will h last protracted visit on their a a journey until the Royal in swings into the United june 7 in route to washing re Yal couple arrived Here from 1 shirk alta., where they had fwd qty two refreshing hours taxation. Christian Hurch to conduct Camp con Merenuk the intermediate department of the first Christian Church will leave monday afternoon for a Camp con Ference at Sha Kamak state Park near Jasonville. A Well planned program combining recreation group activities and Short interesting classes has been arranged. The five Day Camp conference is an Effort of the department leaders to provide experiences of Worth for the boys and girls who Are not yet old enough to attend the state directed Young Peoples summer conferences. State and National leaders of the Christian Church arc watching the local churches program to determine the advisability of recommending such a conference to All Church groups of similar age. About forty Young people and adult leaders will attend the Camp. Flowers Are abundant in Liber a Arden owner carries on work formerly done with of a rotifers seven from Here finish at Normal sunken Garden is feature circuit court notes in the suit of the state life insurance company against Eugenie Pearl Willaimson it Al Clyde k. Rundel has filed a claim for $295.38 for services of himself As trustee before to was appointed receiver of the property to be paid from monies in his hands As receiver. 88 seniors graduated Fri. Night visitor is Chui inc by realities setting for Franklin Street Home of marriage License dense a. Truex labourer Columbus. Route 6, and Gwendolyn Mabel judge Crouch Domestic Bainbridge. Harvey Glenn Barnes Rod assembler. I h. C., Fillmore route 1, and Mildred Lucille Ruark Click Green Castle route 3. Sixty first annual commencement exercises held at Gorin Church honorary degrees to re awarded at College commencement seven students of Putnam county arc members of the graduating classes of Central Normal College which will hold its commencement activities during the week of june to june a. They Are Elmer Hammond Kendall Keller Louise Knauer Freda Hurst and Meldra Markland of Greencastle and Wilma Sutherlin and let hip. Wilson of Roachdale. Special features of that commencement activities will be tie awarding of honorary degrees to mrs. Jennie Ralston wife of the late Samuel Ralston w. S. Sanford president of the Sanford Brown Busin s Institute St. Louis Missouri mrs. A. Huron Gilbert the oldest living graduate of that College and honorable Elmer Thomas. The commencement address will be Given by Hon. Elmer Thomas who is a former student of Central Normal College and a senator of Oklahoma. He has been a member of the United states Senate since 1926. He is a chairman of the committee on Indian affairs and is i member of the committee on agriculture Ami forestry. He is also a member of the powerful commit tec on appropriations As Well As a member of the Library committee and a member of the presidents special committee on the Public building program. The Flowers growing at the Home of miss Elizabeth Heber 406 West Franklin Street g Eon Castle appear to have entered into a compact that they will strive to grow and Blossom. Luxuriantly and in Beautiful colors and shapes with As Little human attention As a Gissible because miss Heber herself cannot do much work of that kind these Days and her Brothers. Robert and Addison Are not with her now to carry on the labor of love that All three of them formerly engaged in so successfully. This Flower Garden even without that masculine attention it formerly had. Seems to retain nearly All of the Pristine Charm it had when these Brothers and this sister Laboured there and others of the family through More than half a Century. These Heber Flowers grow mostly in the sunken Garden along the West Side of the grounds and it is genuinely sunken because it is depressed below the adjoining terrain and is surrounded by a Stone retaining Wall which is for the most part some six or eight feet High and not even the surface of the Wall is wasted because on it grow roses that arc climbers and trailers with English Ivy. On the floor of this depressed Fred Rale spoke or. Van Denman Thompson fro sided at the Organ c Harles Sheridan a graduate Sang a Solo Depauw president s awards announced a Large crowd attended the sixty first annual commencement exercises of the Greencastle High school held Friday night at the Gobin memorial Church. Eighty eight members were awarded diplomas by sup. Paul Boston. A Hobo Jungle is scene of kill inti r authorities relieve one assailant responsible for three deaths Stockton. Cal. June 3.�? up police held 46 itinerant today while they investigated the deaths of three men and the serious injury of a fourth in the a Hobo Jungle Here. Authorities believed that one As Kate tract which is sonic 25 feet wide and 75 feet Long there Are so Many sorts of Flowers that it is not easy to list them nor describe them. Hie american Beauty roses Largo and of Beautiful tint grow there in profusion but the crowning glory of the area is at the South end of the enclosure where a remarkably Fine Bush of the Tausend Schoenheiter Lor a thousand beauties a Rose takes up nearly All of the rough Stone Wall which there is maybe ten or twelve feet High. It has Lovely Cream coloured blossoms and the other Day it was almost a solid mass of blooms. The also there Are the yellow Gardenia delphiniums of failed tints Dwarf and tall Iris peonies the doctor Van Fleet roses tulips of All shades Golden daffodils old fashioned Sweet Williams and ragged Robins with others. Birds drink and Bathe in their own private places made for that purpose there Are two pools in which Flowers of aquatic habits grow. The other Day Bumble bees and Honey bees and a humming Bird droned about the place among the Flowers seeking nectar. There was a delightful odor Over the entire neighbourhood from two Hardy honeysuckle vines growing on Trees at the front of the House and. In fact the sail ant was responsible for All the setting provided by tin entire nigh a deaths. The first struck wednesday night killing an unidentified Man of about 60. The Man had $10 in his pockets which was not touched. Yesterday the bodies of Samuel Fox 58. San Jose and an unidentified Man of about 35 were found. Their Money also was untouched. Their skulls were fractured. Dan Norton. 58, was in a critical condition from head injuries. He regained consciousness for a Short period but told police he could not describe Tho assailant. Scholarships Grant Al Ere sought ii Field of 143 contestants results of the presidents scholarship compe Ilion at Depauw University May 27 were announced today by Dean c. Herbert Smith. Scholarships in the College of Liberal arts were awarded to Frances j. Barnhizer. Gary Muriel s. Bigler Royal Center Betty Carlson. Hinsdale. Ill. Betty Jane Fabian. Highland Park. 111. Virginia both hour ing. South Bend Emma Ruth Homar Danville Iii. Paul s. Jarrett. Shawsville Dorothy ii Luvien Hammond Allan d. Vestal. Indianapolis Geraldine Wolaver Springfield. Ill and Barbara a. Yuncker Green Castle. Scholarships in the school of music went to Robert m. Bartonjr. Crawfordsville in woodwind Bettyjo Biggs. Evansville in piano my Lucent Grant. Winnetka 111., in violin. And Charley Sheridan. Greencastle. In voice. There were 143 candidates who took examinations on which the awards were based each scholarship awarded provides $200 in tuition toward the freshman year. The group this year was characterised As the most talented and Able to take Tho tests sine the Competition was started five years ago. Last Rodeo will re held sunday mow it and Adams Lill Flis will move to in Aniis ill., next a Kkt Imp Hood was thoroughly in keeping with the picture Mude by the Heber Home and its grounds. Mke Tinti a to diff Kent is Indianapolis. June 3. Up a meeting of the Indiana commission on interstate cooperation was called for tuesday today to consider scheduling conferences to end difference with Ohio on liquor transportation with the District of Columbia on Cream sales and with Kentucky on jurisdiction Over the Quot no Man s land near Evansville. William 1. Treadway Secretary of the commission ordered the meeting. Public As Well As All Eastern e invited to attend the Mem spin it leg at Tho masonic Temple y evening at 7 30 of clock june Appeal to nations Potaki Quot a i ice Bell i sed now As flow i i lot the fire alarm Bell which was used Iii the old fire equipment station on North main Street in Sou m Greencastle to Call together the Volunteer fire fighters when a conflagration threatened la again serving As a huge Flower pot at the fire department Headquarters up town. It is inverted its former upper part imbedded Down in Concrete and a i Tho Earth that now fills the big hell Are planted petunias geraniums and foliage plants. Such an in thrilling use for it now is quite a change from its old use. When it sounded the wild Tocsin Day and night summoning the citizen firemen to come running and get out the old Hundred Hose. A a it is Iii kill till amoebic an line cruising aimlessly in the Caribbean Havana. June 3 up it a crowded with 922 German jewish refugees for which no Home could be found the Hamburg american liner St. aimlessly cruised the Caribbean today appealing by radio to nations of the new world to relieve her of her terrified passengers before there was a wave of suicides aboard. County Boa to of review to assemble the Putnam county Board of review assembles monday for a session which May continue through one month but not longer. Its business is principally the checking of the assessments against Putnam county tax payers the correction of errors if the members find any. And the Correct ton of omissions. The members Are Isaac Skelton and Elvin Harlan appointed to their positions and the auditor assessor and treasurer of the county who serve by reason of the offices they hold. Rodeo fans will have their last Opportunity on sunday june 4, to see the riders of the Monnett and Adams organization in action Here prior to their departure next week for appearances at Paris 111. Sundays performance will be Given at the Rodeo ranch one half mile East of state Road 43 on National Road 40. Several special features have been booked for this Farewell show according to the management and these Promise some interesting variations in the program. It is expected that 100 head of Stock will be used for sunday s show including some fresh horses not seen Here . Musical accompaniment to the show will in Given by the 40-piece Fillmore band. Riders who will make appearances sunday will include Opal Woods Champion lady Broncho rider. Marion Davis will again announce the various events As she has done most capably for several previous shows. Cherokee Hammons will be seen in comic roles As a Clown and Piccolo Pete. George Adams will in seen in the Bull dogging event and boy calf Riding will be done by Bud and Bill Monnett. Other riders will include Emma Jean Davis Shirley Lou Adams and Pearl Biron. The program for the show is made up of every conceivable Rodeo event from a grand entry to wild cow milking and it promises entertainment that should be both thrilling and amusing. The program for the memorial Day senders at the new Providence Church will be Given at 2 o clock sunday afternoon. 2ft years ago in Greencastle on the program of a recital at the music school were Joan Durham Kathleen Taylor. Louise Lucas Imogen Cooper. Graydon Herod Lloyd Thomas. Mae Mullins. Paul Sweet Geneva Brown. Maxine Mcanally. At another recital of the music school among the performers were Annabella Mcwethy. Blanche Bick null Margaret Emily Mcgaughey Helen Brothers Crystal Cooper. John Brothers. Stanley Young nor Vetta Green. The ii a a processional was played by or. Van Denman Thompson followed by the invocation by Rev. Victor l. Raphael. Challes Sheridan a member of the graduating class Sang a Solo and other music was furnished by the High school girls glee club. Miss Katheryn Boston represented the graduates who were presented by prof. William Bishop principal of the High school. Judge Frank g. Bale of Columbus Ohio gave the address of the evening. He spoke of a a design for great living. Judge Bale is a very forceful speaker and was particularly Well fitted to speak to the Giad rates. Judge Bale told generously of his experiences with juvenile cases. He impressed on the seniors the fact that there is no easy path to Success but that it is no Handicap to have to work their Way through school but rather an advantage. He said As a former College teacher he observed that students earning their Way through school usually had a More serious attitude toward getting an education than those on a monthly allowance. He stressed the development of character qualities above any others. Judge Bale was judge of one of the Pioneer juvenile court in Columbus. Ohio for Many years and for this reason he was particularly Well fitted to discuss the problems of youth. He has lectured in every big City in the United states and Canada and is sometimes called the a prosecutor for the coming or. Bale originated tin expression a an ounce of formation of character in the child is Worth a ton of reformation in the the following students were graduated Abel. Mary Elizabeth Arnold. Vernon Baker Betty Lee Bartlett James Randolph Bennett Lucy Christine Bittles James Arthurjr. Boston. Katheryn Brackney Howard Alan Brant Lawrence f., or. Brown. Howard Reese Brown Howard w. Butler Eunice Harriett Call. Ralph Ardivan. Or. Callaway Edna Leona Campbell Wilbur Carmichael Wilbur Carter Willie Belle Cody Ruth Wynemah Coffman William Harold Cooper Eleanor Marcella Cowan Annalee Maxine Daggy. Ruth Alice Dean. Olive Mae Edington William Eiteljorge Carol Lynn Eiteljorge William 11or. Ellis. Joseph d. Erdman Marguerite Frazier Donald l. Freeman. Erma Maxine Fulkerson. Rob Gardner Walter Warren Girt on Rol it Ert b. Goldsberry Bonnie Ruth Goodman. Floyd Vav. Haines Betty Lou Hanlon. Roy Benjamin Hood. James or. Houck James m. Hurst Robert Marshall Irvine Harold Jome Helen Jones Donald w. Jones William w. Kelley Wallace Gordon Kendall Glenn Kirk Ham Davisio Bernadine Olvett. Maurice Koessler John l. Lemmink. Charles f., or. In no George of. Or. Marshall Doris Lucille Mcbride. Marion Alice Mcclay. Georgia a. Mcclure Marian Mccullough. Ijo a Eleanor Miller. Catherine Christine Monnett. James Robert Moore. Margaret Alice o Neal. Mildred Lave me Pease. Wilametta Pitts Carlva. Porter Frances Louise Reeves Kline Rickard. Ruth Kern Roberts Lyda Maxine Roberts. Thomas Max . Wilbert a. Sears. Lamar Franklin Shanil Lloyd Richard Sheridan Charles Sherman. Beth Shinn. Bonnie Ruth Sims. Freida la Verne Sutherlin Wilma Irene Taylor. George Edward Thompson. Dorothy Elizabeth continued on 1�?~iuce two Dies in chair Michigan City. Ind. June 3 a up Orelly Easton. 25. Valley City. N. In. Farm youth whose month Long crime career ended abruptly in the killing of an Indiana state policeman died today in the electric chair. Eastern walked unassisted from his death Row cell the few Steps to the execution chamber and was pronounced dead at 1 07 a. M. He a copy de his Fate moodily refusing to Converse during the last hours with James Swain. Evansville negro. A Al Adrian Miller fort Wayne his death companions. The Rev. R a. Ostadal of Valley i i y accompanied him on the walk to the execution chamber and remained to take the body Back there for burial irl scouts cot awards thursday honors and Proll it 1enuy badges were presented to Iii girls rescuers trying to r aise ship divers Sint Down to see if ii w As Iii Manly possible to lift Stern fear those in sub dead Tho girl scout court of awards was held at four of clock. June 1, at the Delilah Miller school auditorium. The following awards and proficiency Budges were presented to the one Hundred and fourteen girl scouts in Greencastle. Miss Betty Greenleaf presented Twenty three first class scouts to receive that High Honor in scouting. Mrs. If. E. H Greet Lens. Commissioner read the ceremony connected with the first class awards. The girls Roe Ettig this badge were Olga Mae Fallon. Marie Brown. Willie Beil Carter. La Verta Buckner. Mary Buckner. Martha Rickard. Charlott a Baynard Norma Jean Williams Katherine Ragsdale Marjorie Cox. Jean Eiteljorge. Dorothy Rossok. Marileen Terry Marian surfer Betty Barnett. Marv Louise Brown. Judy Friend. Betty Lee. Emily Ann Long. Harriet Alice Sellers Cynthia Thompson. Christine Trout. Mary Neal. The girls receiving second class Salvage boats made one attempt after another to get lines about tit tin. Liverpool. Eng., june 3 up admiralty officials and Rescue Crews today abandoned a l Hope for 96 men believed to have died gasping. One by cae. In the pitch Black and partly flooded Hull of the Funk on submarine thetis. Rear Admiral b. Watson directing Rescue operations sent the divers Down to see if it was humanity possible to raise the ships Stem again so that a Hole could be burned through its plates and fresh air pumped in. It was a 1.000 to 1 Chance. Hope had been abandoned for the 88 men in the ship 130 feet beneath the surface of the Bay 1-1 Miles off great Ormes head on the North Wales coast win n at 8 40 p. M. Edt yesterday the 36 hours estimated As the limit of its air Supply had expired. Divers remained probing about the outside of til Hull a few inches from the men inside. Suddenly. 20 minutes after the dead line had expired they heard a faint tapping. It meant that death had been cheated by some of those inside. The divers sent up one of their number to Refior and the admiralty at once entered its. Efforts on raising tin Stern which went under the water at High tide yesterday. High tide came this morning at 1 57 a. M. Edt. Just before it. Reached the Peak the divers went Down to resume Rescue work which had been All but abandoned last night. Salvage bouts made one attempt after another this morning to get bad on were Alice Sheridan h try ups at nut the the tvs Ono uni. My Lee. Betty Barnett. Bettyjo Flint yet inlay Claudia Gilchrist. Joan Newgent. Norma Jean Peabody Mildred Greenleaf. Marion Greenleaf Marilee Cross Reva Buster. Dorothy Cowgill Loraine Taylor Marjorie Walbring Marguerito Sutherlin. Judy Smith Ann Buchheit Gad voc Lin. Nancy Rockhill Mary Dale Owens Chris tin Austin. Norm a Jean Sutherlin. Patty Ash. Franc Ash. Marguerite Knight. Paula Eiteljorge Doris Leslie. Rosa Ellen Smith. Chari tie Brown. Betty Scott. Jasmine Earnest. Mary Brown Barbara Jean Smith. The Silver strip an award Given for five wears of girl scouting was pres in cd to Mary Cecidia Dreyer. Barbara Yuncker. Evelyn Crump. Lucy Louise Long Den Mary Neal and Barbara Bartlett. Com Mission lbs to meet a representative of the Otis elevator company of Chicago will Confer with the members of the Board of commissioners in the meeting of a now Effort was started at 8 a. M. 3 a. M. Edt to try to attach wires to the thetos Winch and try to lift the ship that Way. But its nose had been driven deep in the mud since the tide swept up last Light and wrenched its Stern the ship had resisted All efforts to Budge it. Propose to raise i w pensions plan followed defeat of Townsend pension plan in Iii be Washington. June 3. Up a the House ways and Means committee today followed the Over Ali. Lining House defeat of the Townsend old age pension plan with a proposal to raise old age pensions from the latter monday in regard to re $30 to $10 a month pairs of the elevator in the court House which that company installed the plan to continue the elevator agreement on that was reached last night As the committee com plot -1 de action on the administration s service to the fourth floor has been program to revise t it social Security dropped for this year because of the act and prepared to report the Bill Lack of sufficient Money to pay the Cost. Rules estates de to tax silly a it supreme to Bis a l1abli. For Pat Mem of Gross income tax to the House next week. Under present Law the Federal government matches state Aid to the aged up to $15 monthly. The committee agreed to extend that figure to $20 a month and some new dealers advocated Matching even higher figures. Although the social Security act does not limit state Aid now to a $15 maximum contribution Tho general effect has been to limit pensions to $30 r. Month. The members of the american legion auxiliary wish to thank the merchants who displayed the poppy Kisters and everyone in Putnam county for their help in making the poppy Sale a Success. The ruling of the Indiana supreme court announced Friday that estates of deceased persons in process of administration Are liable for payment of Gross income tax is said by one Greencastle attorney who is connected with the settlement of one Large estate now in process of lieu Dation undoubtedly not to apply to estates which have Boon closed be it it a it cause the entry on the probate court a a a a a a today a weather a and a local temperature a further claim against such estate. Re a r Ujj q re. A. A it 0 0 this Gross income tax from estates now being administered and docket of the approval of the final report of the administrator or exe 0 Cut or. And his discharge bars and -0 those that shall to administered in a the state in the future applies especially to income from the Sale of stocks Bonds Anil such property. Just what income the Gross income department of this state will receive from estates in Putnam county from this source in the future cannot even be roughly estimated the s attorney said. Thundershowers cooler Central and North portions saturday sunday fair cooler in Northeast. Minimum. 70 6 a. M. A. 73 m. 80 i. 80 0 8 111. 81 10 a. M. -.77 11 a. A. 77
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