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Greencastle Daily Banner (Newspaper) - June 15, 1939, Greencastle, IndianaA the weather fair Anu Cookk the daily Banner a a u ten Lei service t All the Home news q a a i a a i a it it Waves for ally my forty seven i 1�kkxcastle, Indiana thursday junk 15, 1939. No. 207 it he a about California m us last i x go Kii or Quot a pm Elf Knees in West is api u woth a a a a a Ink it it Over .1,l letter Law h us writ a my esp Tail to mail club w m. Blanchard who spent. Or in California for i l pc embers of the rotary a of which he is a Forny or Mem w Jis 3l l and president some he 10 thin limit in n talk at the in luncheon yesterday after. Blanchard set the scene f. R his briefly Vielt hot to sunny a California three Saso during which time he was two be weeks and Sun Only u showers of water. He compared i visit will his last one during Ich time he experienced floods j storms dense fogs intense note than 110 degrees etc., with j 0id Indiana weather and esp Eta Green Costlo weather. He Sai i have Rains snows and win but he als. Reminded the horns that i hey have these things 1 in great abundance in California also said they have some politics Ial Tomia As Well As Indiana. In Blanchard s opinion no place 1. Greencastle and no climate is or or even equal to that of this. He said the happiest Day of his i pm when he landed in Green a three week., ago from a sojourn t in California and Points in 1 another i ing of the Retar v \ or 0 f Overstreet another it member who spent the past i months in Angeles Rea 1 Ter Sling litter he wrote and rated to mail tin club. It detailed in tile int. Sting experiences lad which included such even r be Joe lows pm inc fight a vis t t san of Eunuce fair min daily is nud Quot ram h h s likelihood of on the a Ilif Ortla old a. Ion its i Al numerous other sing and very interesting events Arlos Lanzone tells experience Carlos Lanzone meat butter at the Oakley stare in this City is telling of an experience through which he went that might make one s hair turn Gray overnight. One night recently he was painting an Interior of a new ice Box that had been installed. He went to the store after closing hours and when he walked into the Large refrigerator he faded to take the precaution to take cure he could get out. As he closed the heavy door he heard the lock c ick. And there he was inside with the temperature about freezing run i the store vacant for another twelve hours. He thought fast and finally his eyes came to Light on a heavy sausage grinder that had Ben left inside. He used tas a battering ram until the lock on the door burst and it opened. Had the heavy grinder not been in the ice Box and had Many other things have happened lie would have been found the next morning by others when they opened the atmosphere surrounds Inin h kid a met 1.1 us to Sim a at ill la mtg 1� a is Ilik i at Harmony is no Carden tour to be first on Roora Al coi a farm , i m ill l. . Voi m is coming hints to Start at mrs. another will lie Over i Anu in soil conservation service project in North Putnam ill i Bov kill Sill to party in to ionic Koom or a i ii r s i Oik i shot 111 a self to death it Springs ark., Juno 15. A Earl h. Barrett jr., son of Withy Claremore okla., theater n owner. It beside three girls of trophy loom of his fathers on Lak Hamilton last night a a idiot himself to death with a Wert of guests at the Lodge the y Ith celebrate his 19th Lav at them was county a j 1. Randolph. Most of were at Barbecue pit near at the time. Kiil. In the trophy room a Han entered. He sat Down Ali �?o1 a going to kill a laughed. A went t the fireplace took a from the Wall and sat in a within four feet of the girls it Iii d him with interest. A v is planning a joke to thou w i d. Lie placed the bar Anat in it head and pulled the tin top of his head was a off. J "1 it of the family said bar-�?~�?~1 "1 despondent Over his of a ,0 in i a Job which he was Quot Llin 1 to have in spite of his Ltd he had Boon mar 1 than a year and his wife Ting child in september. Quite a bit of the Depauw atmosphere envelopes the methodist Church at Harmony which will observe Community Day sunday. June 18. That atmosphere surrounds it to a certain extent because its Pas tors through Many years have been Depauw students which includes the present pastor Robert Wright who received his diploma from Depauw j this last commencement. William Nesty superintendent of the sunday school said the other Day that the Church had a served As a training school for student pastors at Depauw and that it has furnished Many Illus Tilous men to the ministry and Mission Fields Robert Wright gives Promise of being no exception to till gii>4p.�?� the. Announcement of the special service sunday has this concerning a present Greo Castlo pastor a in the afternoon r. Treat has been prepared in procuring Rev. Claud m. Mcclure As speaker for the occasion. Rev. Mcclure pastor of Gobin memorial Church in Greencastle is remembered by Many in this District As a director of Battle ground encampments for Young people and it is expected that several will take this Opportunity it it of renewing their acquaintance with a a daddy Mcclure As he was affectionately known to kp1worth leagues of a few years petition from Roachdale Orval Schenck representing the state Board of tax commissioners was Here today to hear the petition of the town Board of Roachdale for the Transfer of $500 from the towns general fund to the Street fund to be used principally for the oiling of streets. The Board was represented by Glen Irwin town clerk j. R. Grider and Cully Wilson. Evidence shows that lock Riffe Cave popular with residents and students Day to broadcast on Early program among the announcements of coming events made at the office of the Putnam county farm agent David l. Grimes today i. The Garden tour of the county participated in by the Garden club memoirs of the county which will Tail at the Home of mrs. Guy coding in Bainbridge Friday morning at 8 to o clock. The tour will be in charge of w. Ii. Ward Extension Horticulturist of Purdue University who will be accompanied by or. Hunnewell floriculture is also of Purdue and or. Grimes will be in the party. Several gardens will be visited during the Forenoon and at each there will be a discussion of the i Good Points observed and suggestions be made to Correct troubles experienced by guru Eners. At noon the party will have a picnic luncheon at the Indiana state penal farm. The afternoon session will be at the Home of mrs. Raymond Wright in Madison township. Another tour announced by or. Grimes is that Over the farms in the soil conservation service project in North Putnam. It will Start at 1 o clock in the afternoon monday june 19. R. A. Cole of Purdue and or. Mcclellan of the soil conservation service at Waveland will be present and will give valuable information on crop stripping contour farming contour furrows and All phases of erosion control. Township committeemen in this work particularly Are asked to attend this tour. The schedule of the tour is As follows Start at Harry Stamps farm North of Fincastle at 1 o clock at John e. Ellis farm in Russell township at 1 30 at Fred Mcgaughey so farm in Russell township at 2 of clock it mrs. Xona Goodwin s farm in Brown township. Montgomery county at 2 30 o clock the tour will close at near 3 of clock As possible. The county fair Board will meet Friday evening in the office of the county agent or. tour0� Royalty ends Imo aim St nil lit i \ in i an am thanks to Meki it As this Mai Knoo Neish crop this season is la me if. Inning at Midnight tonight fish my St Fofi Twisk wariness beginning at Midnight tonight the fish of Putnam county streams that Are big enough to be counted As Legal game for the anglers will begin to exercise the utmost wariness in the matter of grabbing at tempting bait and lures. The Putnam fish that have lived As Long As several years and have passed through campaigns for Seif preservation before this Haw Learned Many things that will in of value to them this season. However always there Are a consid i Rabie number of them that got caught. It is claimed by conservation men that the potential fish crop this season is a Large one due to the Protection fish have had in past years and the stocking each year of the local streams with Young fish from hatcheries. Which have been sent to the county under the care for the most part of conservation clubs of the county. In some communities the opening of the fishing season is being made r. Gale occasion. Special attention it of anglers was Calb i today to the Laws requiring All persons eighteen years and Over to have a fishing License providing for the revocation of a License for violation of fish and game Laws providing for confiscation of fishing equipment used in violation of fishing Laws prohibiting the Sale or Purchase of game fish requiring permission to fish on the land of another and possessing More than 500 minnows or engaging in the business of Selling minnows without a permit. The so called Lockridge a Cave a located on land once owned by the in it Akridge Brothers West of state Road 43 and North of Cloverdale now operated by the Indiana farm would not rate High As a wonder of the world but there is plenty of evidence carved and scratched on its which that it has been a popular place of recreation and study for Many Putnam county residents and Depauw s dents. Some of the names Are yet known around Here but for the most part they Are unknown now. The Cave while not a pretentious affair is interesting to All visitors Ami of real value to geology students partly because in one room a part of the ceiling is undoubtedly the la wer surface of a Mansfield Sandstone formation which crops out at a number of places higher up on the slope of the Hillside while the of the Cave Are of a Mitchell Limestone formation containing a great number of nodules of chert which is Flint like in hardness. This announcements of meeting received Ore. A Day. Chairman of Putnam county agricultural conservation association has been chosen to broadcast Over a vow on saturday morning of thi a a k june 17. On the Early morning broadcast of the farm and Home i. At 6 a. In., k. S. To a or 5 of clock Here. To will be the representative. It i the county associations in Indiana. On the same program. Morris Douglas will a 1 1 Indiana state committee or. Day is one of the very few in r. In the state who has served his county As chairman since the beginner of the farm program. He was a a Ted chairman for the first time in f and has served continuously sine then to Wool t today s King and Queen 11 b. Americ a today b j 1 Ball sail for Home to a a Ltd knt pm pulitzer pm a f under of newspaper pm three Days after 6ou1 May. It tilt tick a at j. To by Galento to hip Highlands away 1 Bodwalk and Beer to com training. Pc Kkt Zipsie n. Y. Ten possibility for future regal 11 my a favored in Satur Nice 011 which seen at was for Monarch i Lily in Din died ii sul local Ion hit Opsy Revi its drownings not dir1 t it m Quot a of kids re d Ini it s Heath Clyde. Ohio june 18 an autopsy last night indicated that the killer who snatched baby Haldon Fink from his Home suffocated the infant with his Blanket before throwing hint into r Creek seven Miles away. A mysterious stranger reported in the neighbourhood and it strange Call to police three hours before the baby was missed inquiring about Federal agents provided but slim Clews for the forces of sheriff h l Myers and Federal agent j. To Hara. The body of the 10-week-old baby who was snatched while sleeping in 1 is crib without arousing the family i dog was found in Greer. Creek twelve hours after the kidnapping. Halifax n. A. June 15 up George i and his smiting , Elizabeth ended their triumphal 9,127-mile tour of Canada Ami the United states today. They broadcast their farewells and thanks to the americas by radio this afternoon and Sab tonight for England on the Empress of Britain tired but pleased Over the achievements of their trip. Before sailing however they were having another round of ceremonies As Nova Scotia last of the nine Canadian provinces to receive them paid its respects. The Farewell speeches were made after luncheon today and broadcast through most of the British Empire by Short wave. It was the end of a tour the King and Queen had least 15,000,00 people. It the Earnest 43-year-old who had been elevated to the throne on a few hours notice both a per snal and political Triumph. These results of the trip were outstanding Canadas loyalty to the Crown had been re inspired. There was a firmer integration of Canada with the British comon wealth of nations. There was a broader comprehension among the american people of Britain a role under the constitutional monarchy As a defender of the system of the democracy they Cher so. The essential Unity of the British Empire had been demonstrated. Other subsidiary results some perhaps with equal potential pm pc Tance in future included. Incursions by the King within the limitations of constitutional monarchy into the Domain of International affairs As exemplified in his Ottawa and other speeches. Dramatization of the attractive personal symbols of democratic it i oui mini on i Iii four John King formerly of Green Castle now at Indianapolis has mailed announcements of a meeting of the Young democrats of the sixth District. To be held at the shades inn. June 18, beginning at 3 of clock in the afternoon for the purpose of making District arrangements for the National convention of the organization to be held at Pittsburgh. August 10. 11 and 12. In the letter. Or. King says a in 1940, Indiana will present to the nation her beloved son. Paul v Mcnutt As a candidate for the greatest office on Earth the presidency of the United i. King is 6th District Arch masons entertained on wed. The Royal Arch masons entertained the other masonic bodies i h a dinner party wednesday night it the masonic Temple. Ninety two were present for the two course diner and entertainment and dancing. The tables were attractively arranged in the form of a Keystone the Royal Arch Emblem. Red roses and red and White candles were used As decorations on the state farm orchestra entertained for one hour with special numbers before the dancing started. They also furnished the music for the dance.20 years a of in Green Ahlf. Miss Alice Earullo returned Home from Madison. Wis., where s h a a taught and went to Terre haute to teach in the summer school. Miss Florence Talbott returned l it her Home Here after teaching the preceding Winter in North Vernon. Among those receiving licenses were mrs. E. R. Seller Glenn Skelton mrs. James stoop May Pickett and Walter Keller. Among the real estate transfers was one by a Bur Ford fall to c. C. Davis 1,200 acres in Franklin sends father Legal Quot greeting so san. Lawrence Wii is Wood. Ill Ming father Nelson i. Wood somewhere in the world there May to r. Gray haired Man about 80 years old. Who would be interested in Reading a Legal publication that appeared in the daily Banner addressed to him personally from his own son in which the son affectionately extends to the father but tie son would not know the father if he were to see him nor would the tither know the son. Because the son was Only a couple of years old when his father a went to part unknown and has continuously since said a late remained absent and unheard the Man who thus disappeared was Nelson i. Wood and the son now nearing 40 years of age is Lawrence Willis Wood residing in South Carolina. The latter is a Nephew of the late mrs. De Stone and the advertisement asking for information concerning his father arises in connection with the settlement of the estate of mrs. Stone Lee Wood of Clinton township being the adminis Trator. Lawrence Willis Wood is a grandson of the late Willis Wood who was a half brother of Lee Wood but much older Willis Wood having been the father of mrs. Stone. Nelson i. Wood w to disappeared was. Thus a relative of Charles Nelson Wood son of Iko Wood who lives on the Minton Falls Road from Green Astle. The father who deserted the wife and the air Little son was. At that time engaged in Salesman work for the Gifford Mabee company which took him out Over the country to Distant Points and he was on one of these trips when he faded from the knowledge of his family. His wife died in Greencastle some years ago. And their daughter a sister of the Man now in South Carolina died also so that the carolinian is the Only member of that family now living. In the Legal a greeting Quot to the absent father he is informed that of the hearing that is to be held in the Putnam circuit court june 29, a for As soon thereafter As such hearing can be Iron gement indicates of course that the san a St gone if of late formation than the Limestone. However this is unimportant to the Layman. In fact most persons who ate uninformed in geological matters Are Content to exclaim with wonder when an expert in matters pertaining to rocks such As is prof. E. R. Smith the geologist of the i Pauw faculty. Ays the Rock formation there is Quot maybe 400 or 500 million years prof. Smith made that statement concerning the lock Ridge Cave and added Quot i guess a difference a f a Hundred million years or so make much difference to which we agreed. The Cave is an irregularly enlarged fissure which is the subterranean outlet for water which cd meets in the i Bottom of a sinkhole on the Hillside. In places the fissure swells out in to rooms three of them it is said one of them at least which is about 100 feet in from the exterior opening. Let eing some tight or nine it Ortii Timmi on i a tic two 45 examined at clinic wednesday held id i i to a m Gid \ i y to heir i Losis Assoc i ton at in ask s offic e forty five patients were examined by or. It .1 Mcintyre at the clinic held by the Putnam county tuberculosis association in the office of Antoinette Friedman county Public health nurse wednesday. Seventeen of those examined wer levered to their family physician for treatment a if these four were Given the tuberculin test. One serious heart condition was found five needed dental care and two showed thyroid trouble. Four patients were asked to return t it the next clinic yearly examinations were advised for three two Are to come to the clinic regularly for one year Ami three Are to return to clinic in six months. Sputum examinations were ordered for three patients and regular rest periods for one. There were seven suspects. Besides the examinations or. Mcintyre instructs each patient How to promote health. Much interest was shown in the clinic and there was a Good representation from most of the outlying townships. Or. Mcintyre was assisted by miss Friedman and Hall. These clinics Are hoi i at frequent intervals and Are made possible by a your response to the Christmas Seal extend blockade to area of Amoy i Greaten immediate it tion against British steam Sill i with food ran la it ret of warships situation became serious when crowd of chinese gathered on rare course troops posted tientsin China june 15 i up three japanese tanks moved up to the Border of the blockaded British Concession today. Japanese charged the British forces in the Concession had mounted a machine gun and pointed it at Tho japanese guards who were searching and in some cases even stripping All persons entering or leaving the Concession. Von Castle theater doling improved enlarged the air conditioning system of the von Castle theater is being improved Ami enlarged Andy Browning manager announced today. It will be completed within a few Days and the Cooling system will be adequate for any kind of hot weather which May prevail during the coming summer. In addition to the Cooling system additional improvements arc tiring completed in the laying of new carpets in the foyer and in the aisles the stage has been almost doubled in Sze and other minor improve ments will be made during the improvement period. Services set for Friday funeral services for mrs. Nav Lyne Loretta Owens who passed away tuesday afternoon at Roachdale will be held from the Chastain funeral Home in Roachdale Friday afternoon at 2 of clock with burial in the Roachdale cemetery. Friends May Call at the funeral Home thursday evening and Friday morning. British Consior r reprisals London june 15 up Britain goaded to action by Japan a blockade of foreign areas of Tient in and began serious consideration of reprisals today it was Mccabe will probated in court the last will a and testament of the late John b Mccabe has been probated in the Putnam court. It was made june 25, 1928, and Silas a. Hays and mat j. Murphy were thu witnesses. The will gives All of or. Mccabe a property a if All kinds to his wife. Julia a Mccabe in fee simple his sons hurry p. Mccabe and John a Mccabe Are named executors of the . Marv Lear died wednesday i i eral services will ii held Friday morning at re tor i neral Home mrs Mary Lear a it 60 years died suddenly wednesday night at 9 30 o clock at the Home of her Mother mrs Elizabeth Redding East Franklin Street where she had made herbs me for the past three years. Survivors Are the Mother one sister. Mrs. William Mueller a if Indianapolis two Brothers Charles and Delmar Redding both of this City and other relatives. Her husband preceded her in death. Funeral services will be held Friday morning at 10 30 o clock from the Rector funeral Home in charge of the Rev. E. F. Singhurse. Burial will be in a cemetery at Poland beside her husband. Friends May Call at the Rector funeral Home. A London. June 15 up prime minister Neville Chamberlin warned Japan today against the danger of a Quot regrettable incident Quot and declared thut Britain is in close consultation with the French and United states govt unions. Tientsin China Juno 15. Up Japan extended its foreign Concession blockade to Kun Wangsu foreign area of Amoy today and threatened a immediate action against a British steamship which ran the picket of japanese warships to take food to the Colony. Japanese naval authorities began picketing All ships which tried to move Between Amoy proper and Kun Wangsu on an adjacent Island across Amoy Harbor dispatches said. Foreign residents at Kun Wangsu faced an acute food shortage As tin blockade came without warning and there were no stores there it was understood. The situation became serious Here at noon when a crowd of chinese suddenly Gath red on the race course Road just South of the blockaded British Concession. An estimated 2,000 chinese tried to March toward the British Concession games. British troops their tidies Bay of netted. Were Given the alarm and took up Post across the Road outside the Gates. Japanese sources had disclosed earlier a plan for japanese sponsored chinese a a guards to hold a mass meeting in order to denounce the attitude of British authorities toward the japanese dominated regime in tientsin. The japanese threatened also to order japanese residents to March through the British a omission ostensibly to decorate the Graves of and the memorial to japanese troops killed in the Boxer rebellion of 1900. Vegetable boats broke the food phase of the tientsin blockade this morning when they steamed up the Hai River to docks in the British Concession. It was indicate that this Relief would by Brief. A japanese Navy spokesman Sai 1 at Tokyo this afternoon that though tilt Navy had not so far been involved in the tientsin blockade it was a a a Mil Iommi Oil Quot line 1\miss Call receives award at Lafayette in the Long list of winners at the 21st annual 4-h judging contest at Purdue University this week appears this name of Madonna Call , who rated third in the clothing judging. Miss Call by reason of the award she received in this clothing judging contest will he a member of the state s clothing judging team which will participate in the National 4-h club Congress in Chicago this Winter. Miss Callas expenses or. That trip will he paid by the Wasson company of Indianapolis a a a a a a a a a a a a today a weather a a and a a local temperature a a a a a a a a a a a a partly Cloudy tonight cooler in Northwest portion Friday generally fair and cooler. Minimum 61 6 a. Or. 67 7 a. Or. 71 8 a. A. 76 9 a. Or. 79 10 a. Or. I 11 a. M. 83 12 Neon 85 1 p. M. H7 2 p. A. 87
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