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Greencastle Daily Banner (Newspaper) - June 16, 1939, Greencastle, IndianaT Fly t till weather run let warmer. 4 a a the daily Banner a Al United press service a . The biome news a i $ i i forty seven it Waves for All Quot Indiana a May jink i. In Iii. \ a. Jos 0 chinese to skiis shot in sentries Lii aug us s to keep present cast �?~up1 1 he their Wollk or swim of players �1tn Len to Al n Block de it i i Frens h it on 1 salons i restrictions 4 authorities fear decisive Ian a Iii la it when laps la i i mass Parade Peipon. A unit up if a la new .1 ads against Britain la a a a extremely Seri cation wet arise and the Brit Ern ment Quot will have to consid t immediate Active stops it Tito tips t British interests a Semi official statement today. Lots a. China. June 16 Eric m a Fox movie tone Man a f Sun Francisco was a today try japanese author who had detained him when he to take pictures of activities the blockaded British French Avion. Natsin. June 16. Up1 antas i10 blockaded British session have appealed to the combers of the British warships to fool to them the japanese imps Agency reported today. A Natsin China. June 16. Up chinese Farmers were shot by Japan it. Sentries today As night to run the blockade of Natish and French concessions vegetable supplies. A Jamie so i it strict ions Tightener i c French Concession was Corn isolated except on the Side Aing the British area acute food shortage threatened Ronces Sii is. Already markets almost denuded of except did storage meats. British and French had Large of flour an-1 lice in Riverside rouses but there were More 100.000 people to feed in the 10111 i lib a a Ltd Tillig Jon the. Ulreka be would last Mically. The it ence of the Rice Lour in the warehouses proved Erang Foi the japanese by prices in the City proper soar ult to to a ure of the Ware a the presen japanese still per russian milkmen to bring int the British Concession. Tish authorities feared that Odge it h i decisive incident to w when japanese planned a Parade 111r go the British con of Japan a residents Stento Honor japanese soldiers in the i i rebellion of 1900. Remains lie in the Conics is Nethery. To \ British cities wit considering the and by it lying the japanese a a a limit. A a a a link. Two i a i it new style Bli Lical Matt inti y bags i. Is eak Wei Ines. In it 1 Des Flo olt show men in Quot tul n democrats and non ii i a a. I a Ven an oppor 1 i lira Fred f. Bays. Democratic state &Quot.it.-,., new of political meet Ridi chairman has in be tiny w i a it. Jum 2t &Quot,1m held Lay i. Bays 1�?~ 1 i.-notch floor show it have gained wide Quot ii the state fend a 1 have been Over sow. Is. Is ii Quot i meeting is nothing 11 a Sai i. Quot for a quark Ltd ii i a. In my p0iticai meet county and risk Quot 1 have c 11cac.o, june 18 i Chicago cubs informed i wishers today they will j with their present cast slump or no slump. At the stroke of Midnight thurs a in. The deadline for Niue it league trading slipped by in not a i whatever help the skid Ling National league Chani pics receive now will have to come from the minors. Despite its sudden Tumble Riuo the j second division eight an i one half games Back of Cincinnati a rearing j i teds. Cub offi a ills still exp to the. Club to come Back even if it takes another nol those fiery winning i streaks with which they burned up i the league in 1932, 1935. And again last fall. W in a my 1.1 to a Sel Ivice a in to Pulisi to scene w it v my i i it ent from tilt w Lili ii w sip i n to y a us nor him is i of o vies . Is i i a x am. It Lul led it Xor. A Tillman xxi to of or a our a Hon emits vomit Ete for tim Mem in Ali Little Lural Metlin it t Chur Northwest of Coatsville a few Miles and a dozen Mes from Greene Astle. Thursday afternoon the mortal remains of Wade Millman Lay is and still in the casket which two i years ago. Was before the aim pulpit desk in the same Sanctuary. The pall bearers were the same too. But there was a difference Between the two programs that one in May. 1937, when he a preached a his own funeral Sermon and that one thursday when the funeral address was delivered by the Rev. Frank brawn. Of Coatsville who preached the funeral Sermon for. Wale s father John s. M Liman 13 years ago. The services i two years ago. Conducted by a himself War p. Travesty a grotesque imitation of the real service thursday. On that earlier occasion a dozen or More newspaper editors reporters and cameramen were present most of them on the Rostrom and camera lights flushed at frequent Inte Vals throughout the service thin the Church was jammed with the crowd and Many times that number stood around. Autos Ocie parked for half a mile nearly Down the read. Thursday there were hut two newspaper m. N appeared one i f them having a camera which was not used during the service the program of the choir m the preachers was a Normal one for the funeral service and not quit All of the seats in the auditorium were occupied. Allen Camp taker assisted by a and Fred Shelton the two minister Frank Brown of it Rev. E. L. Freeman preacher who is Pas Church. At the Pian les Piekett and the regular choir of to Freeman auro Sang me As a Solo. S Venty five sea relatives and Friend filled. The chief in i i limn s , m r. Little stooped Haziel woman win her i other at in a lived much at it on this coca Ion persons of the i i Man name Region hit Arthur Millman of Coates Iii Iril a a it a i a i in a . Iii to Soliai Iamaio i a Lili tills Kvak inst a it it a memo Icyk s in Atli i to it Jlia to �7 in i i Sive Tiene Akers will be amp director tor fifth veal l a id crimes is Teik tin manager at the meeting at Brazil thursday of Home economics and agriculture vocational teachers and the club leaders the arrangements for this seasons Encampment of the club members were taken up and details Wen cared for. A change was made in the place for the Camp it to be at Shuk Umak Park this Yea instead of at the Mccormick a Crock Park. The dates Are july 23 to 27 inclusive. Gene a is of Putnam county who has been Camp director four years pro a ceding this Yeai will again have that responsible position others elected on the executive staff Are a. C. Cully county farm agent of Sullivan county assistant Dir tor k d. Mchargue. Clay county agent Secretary treasurer David l. Grimes Putnam county farm agent manag Sonu 400 Young people Are expected to attend the Encampment from Putnam Sullivan and Clay counties of which number Putnam is expected to Send approximately 100 or 125. Appointments for the Campos operation. Made so far include handicraft committee Lucilo Carrithers. Chairman Mildred Van Arsdale. And Isabelle Forbes vocational Home economics teacher. Sullivan county. Vesper service . Mary Lou Hess vocational Home dec teach Talmadge Jessel separated today Hollywood june 16. Up Talmadge an i George Jessel separated today friends said because Jessel needs the Bright lights of Broadway to continue his career As a comedian while his wife wants a quiet Home Here. There were no other men or women no quarrels Over Petty differences and no jealousies Over conflicting careers the usual excuses in Hollywood when Domestic troubles Quot neither would admit to friends that n divorce was in the offing. They merely will live apart while Ijssel pursues his career As a comedian and conducts his Concession at Yorkus world . Miss Talmadge. What years ago abandoned a movie career to escape some of the fanfare of a Star will live quietly in of their a of Heater can i Yon heme in Beverly Hills ill easements Are granted Oil Emily by code Chili is l l of Ned Neais Home in. \ \ bar Kotin Mia 193�?o mini mrs. Finley a off Mother missed Sil boy mrs. Cope. Dallas Gooch. Or. Me Mullen searched Long Side of Road watching culverts re it order in of i let i order of cot it. Nellie Dinn y of re mrs. For pops Day dad has a Day too. If s father s Day june i 8. Lest it be forgotten Howard Chandler Christy famed artist painted dads picture and shows it to Mary Martin Broadway Star before sending it to new York fair. Will be others filed �7 slab these for a rants of rigid pc Way a the purpose of laying Pim line Neross Tow a slips a s d into i incl sixty eight for right of Way across farm lands in Putnam county granted to the Socony of vacuum company recently have been re it oried in the office of the recorder of Putnam county mrs. Nellie Denny this week. There will be or a Brazil Mary jct in similar i other similar Casem cols filial for rework at Merom. Cording purposes by the same com commissary committee Mary Pany soon a representative of the Lou Schott. Greencastle Thelma corporation said. These Grants of Steele Sullivan bub Mayne Banks Ruth Andrews Hong of Sullivan county. Qun Artera and sanitation committee Evelyn Heltz. Green Castor Nell Pope i armours Burg. Publicity committee Isabelle m. Issell Cla it county Louis Sehrad-e., Carlisle. Camp fire committee Ralph Spencer. Putnam county Man. Or amp is Vul. Recreation committee Harry Baldauf. Clay City Lois Mcgaughey. Russellville. Candle lighting committs Morris evens Van Huron school Francis Mcclure Bainbridge. Social committee Adam Bowles Brazil Barbara Shew Graysville. Fair right of Way Are for the purpose of c agent the laying of a pipe line across parts j of Washington. Warren Greencastle Marion and Floyd townships in this county. Those granting casements so far recorded Are Washington township Joe no use Geo. E. Gilbert. Curtis Strain win. L. Mullinix John Meritt. Margaret Donald. Carl was the under a Rthur Newman were the Rev Yesville and the friends Church a a it i of the Canaan j was mrs. Chat a ingers were tie Church. Rev. He walks with a reserved for were nearly All timer was i. Tanur Huber i Ivy set Gray a older than death. She re a a i from friends the Only other in that team to Loncle at Nom Cox Illi Jim get it k ii team m Dee i i Din la Hui re Mil Tomt has a zen. This proceeded on the Day staid gathering 1,1 Ordinary political no Appeal for the aver a on during All these a Quot sponsored Moet has been provid it entertainment possible 1 a a i Ali people like or. A Tolj. Quot a a Tate chairman an sex Quot a has taken the of a i la i Rhonl 1111 the same time ims. A Thorn in the Side a Hon party by his in he his sincere a to u s investigates alleged espionage Washington Jun it 16. It Itu Tho United states today was i a rated in that i spy Hunt since the world wat. It is inv Oati Patin More than 1 cases of at legend espionage. All anti espionage activities have a. Director j Edge by Oval i the r Deral Bureau a i invest gallon. Special attention is Lein a even t o spy and Sab Olaye cases in the military areas Loob tit Atlantic and Pacific coasts. T the livestock judging team from Putnam county which participated in the recent contest in judging at Purdue in now preparing for Ani ther state contest. At i he up Ridic meet although they did not place among the winners i hey made an exceed Able record which would have been Good enough to place then near the top of the it the winners. But. This year there were higher class teams to compete with. The Putnam county team this year earned 1s27 Points in the live a Ltd judging contest while the top team that from Shelby county had Only 1933. Which was not a very great margin. However in Between the Shelby and the Putnam teams there were several others who crowd <1 Putnam Down the line. Ralph Call of the Putnam team made an exceptional record. With 640 Points. The other members of the Tram. Tim quark Russell Grimes and George Goldsberry All rated High. Call in addition to his Good record in cattle judging was fourth in it Vic judging and sixth in Dairy cattle judging. The team will compete saturday in r. Meet at the Lynn Wood farms near Nobles Volle. I. A a t. A m Rhal Huffman Fred j. Harris Edward s. Chew. Hazel Davis Landy Davis. K w. And Ivy Stock Well Florence pol Lum John poll uni George Fredrica Triplett. Reggie i Mccullough Charles k. Lewis George c. Yet ung Charles Brann Roscoe Zaring Osi car i. Kersey l. M Chew. Warren township Bello Marks i Pearson Ernest c Smith e Iward j. Azman. Jens e Boesen o. Z. Bridges Cai l. Hartnagle Frank p. Schafer. Mary m. Hawkins. Flora a. And Claude Bailey George Sims. Greencastle township John f Williams w. B. Peck w. R. Heath Albert e. Albaugh c. H. Baiyi Aby jr., John a pee. Frank p. Farmer i Claude m. King. Clyde Cash. Floyd township win l. Bald i win. Agnes l. Eastman. Marion township Albert w. Al Lee George Smith. Glen Owen Mary l Mccain Mack. Foster i. Jones John Sinclair. John h. Nichols and i e. Robinson Lulie quark i. O. Dun Lavy Della. Zeiner Lorenzo n. Barnes Annie j. Day r d. Herod. M. Snodgrass Ernest Smith. Gilbert f. Knetzer a. J Arnold j. M. Newman Thomas j. Ravin John keen. A a a a j a in .1 singly rom mind a Joseph Charley in most years grass Ernest Smith it of St i xxx it. It Ota i ans Prague. Jun 16. Tin German policy administration of Budweis in mini them Bohemia today directed that jews free masons and members of the rotary club be excluded from czech Community and social i unctions. Pre m Xerri age blood Tes i and other St x i i i is i. Laved i m in Ziair ii i Indianapolis june 16. Eighty seven Laws enacted by the 1939 Mission of tin Indiana legislature went int a Lull Force and effects today. Governor Townsend issued a formal proclamation after Secretary of Stair James m. Tucker certified the state s ninety two counties received a. Total of 20.0 10 cop ii s of the voluminous the last legislature placed 165 Lievy on the statute books but seventy carried emergency clauses by coming effective when signed by govt nor Townsend last Winter eight others had specific effective dated. One of the most far reaching of the new acts although not effective until March i. 1940, provides for premarital physical examinations. After that Date circuit court clerks can not Honor License applications unless they Are accompanied by a licensed physicians statement that both Pri sons have been examined Foi venereal disease. Another Law. Designed to remove Opportunity for election fraud and which i will be operative at the May. 1940. Primary stipulates Central counting places Lor ballots East in the state s right most populous counties. After aug 1 the traditional fourth of july celebrations will be annul. Private and unqualified individuals will be prohibited from purchasing fireworks for unsupervised displays. Several hoards and commissions ranging from egg inspection to watch making examination Are created by tin new acts. Personnel of most of these already has been chosen. Tin state Law on first degree incur Uei is altered to add life imprisonment As a punishment for murder committed in the perpetration of or att met to commit burglary robbery. Arson or rape. Several changes in existing welfare Laws became effective today. Pool Relief recipients will have to reside in Indiana three years Ami in the township one year to be Eligish for assistance misrepresentation of facts in applying will be a Misdemeanour. Is by skin e sinks Pari 8. June 16 a up the French fun Marine Phenix. With 60 men aboard has sunk off Saigon. French ind Quot Hinn. The . Frieis Jim notified members of Tho families of the men aboard Tuegh ski Ink k for Xii a. . Xhu funeral services for mrs. Mary Lear who died wednesday at the Home of her Mother. Mrs. Elizabeth Redding East Franklin Street were held Friday morning at 10 30 of clock from the Rector funeral Home. The Rev. E. F. Singhurse was in charge. Interment was made in the Poland cemetery. 20 years a to in Green c Asti of. C. Gillen was elected president of the newly formed Greencastle Chautauqua. W. P. Sackett and Charles Mcgaughey were officers also. A Small volume appeared of ver ses by Mary Wick they had been Puhy shed previously principally by harpers Magazine. At n picnic St Mclean s apr figs attended by Young people of the College Avenue Church among those present Weie Clark Arnold Hadley Cammack. Philip Maxwell and Beulah Yeager. Fran4 e sends Bill. Plane Bordeaux France june 16. Up the six motored Scaplen a Ville do Saint Pierre Frances newest. Hid for trans Atlantic air line supremacy took off from Bisca Rosse Basin near Here at 1 15 a. M. For new York. The plane will follow the same route As the pan american Clipper ships halting at Lisbon Portugal and the azores before making the Long hop to port Washington. Nine men were aboard. First heat Vuk taxi Albert Moore East Berry Street a Vas confined to his Home this afternoon by illness believed to have been brought on by the intense heat. W a with codicil mild i Didu does not s i x i e \ Xuy i. Of estate of xxx 111 11 i i i a Lvi s disposition origin xxx i Iti n in i93h Eligen Linker and Letis Huber Stewart named exe Julurs with fax 11.1111111 it mias it Torch the will of the late Wade Mil Man with a codicil which was filed for probate in the Putnam circuit court Fri Lay Foron on Doc not. Slate the value of tin estate of which it makes disposition. The Grgin Al Wim was written april 2. 19s. With Francis n. Hamilton and James l. Hamilton witnesses. The original will revoked a All wills made previously and left his so acres of land in Floyd township to Adaline Huber. Eur m Huber and cletis Huber Ste wait. Grand Nelces and grand Nephew i. Millman. From the Persona p Perty Eugene Huber was to re ave si50 first and the i i Luc wait a a divided unions the three above d. Sinare and share alike. Til e it do cil Leav >100 to John w. Gam hold of coat Ville appointed Guai Jian of or. Millman by the Putnam erupt last a a a or by his own ii ii to and hug. Hub i is to receive the $150 in til a original will and All f the remain Der was to go to Ali tire or. My 1 Man named eng a 11u>m and cletis Hubei Stewart exp Ute a is of tin will Fay s. Hamilton i named attorney for die settlement of the estate. Although the ii r u11i�nt i olt a not state the value of the estate it is iitul.�?~isto0 to be considerable chiefly Tocks and band it i he prorating lie will was not comply til. As a Nephew 1 or Millman and Hubei who is tin father of 111 Ali tee persons to whom or. Millman left his a mate has Given m t dec that he we the Proba tin. Neither he m r or. Mclimans or or Taiin 1111 a a r. Of visit were Given a stare in the property. A War Darld dunks show i a Lile paid on la one n v i Ion. I Ini. X n d. Paid in i i xxx ment of $160,963 Washington june 16 when the government he a i its War debt books last night at the end of a semiannual install it Day it found it had received 80 cents for each $10,000 due. Only nation. Finland paid in full a payment of $160,963. One of the Otic. Thirteen debtors Hungary paid something on account $9,828. One nation reman a said it was ready to offer a settlement but did not state its terms eight nations sent their regrets together with to discuss settlement at some time in the future. They were Esthonia great i a it i nerd on i Ikic two Allan Rae cop.-, the Blue eyed yellow haired Little son of a and mrs Finley Cope living near the Bethel Church Northwest of Greencastle in Clinton township died by drowning j his morning in a Small Pool of a water by the Roadside a Short Dis a Tancic toward Greencastle from the j Cope Home. The Little fellow was born july i 1937. I. And mrs. Cope have another son. A Little older than Allen Rae was but no other children. Mrs. Cope is a daughter of i and mrs. Charles Mcalinden who live on the same Road a mile or so nearer Greencastle than the cop Home. Mrs. Cope this morning missed the Little boy at tie Home and at once arched tin immediate premises for him. She found no Trace of him and summoned Dallas Gooch and the lat tar s Grandfather or. Mcmullen neighbors who at once joined in the search. Or. Cope the boy s father was ploughing some distance from the House. Mrs. Cope and the two men went in the Cope a first to Charles Mcalinden Shonu. But the Hoy had not Buon then. They then started Back toward tin Cope Home searching along tin Side of the Road As they went. They paid particular attention to the culverts and examined two i without finding a Trace of the boy. J but when the third Culvert was reached. Mrs. Cop leaned out Over this of the Road where there was a Hank several feet High with a Pool of water at its Hose and there she found her Little son his face and a Small part of his head in the water and with his body extending upward along the face of the Bank his feet up arid toward the Ned. Mrs. Cope collapsed and when it was Clear that tin boy was dead she started running Down the Road screaming and in an alarming condition. Soon How-1 Ever she brought herself under control. I Gooch Drew the Little fellow from the water. And with tin boys father the party started with the body at once for Greencastle. To secure i physicians help. They met a doctor a couple of Miles out from Greencastle. Having been called by the death. The physician sought for a prolonged period to it restore respire i action to the boy but was unsuccessful. Coroner Shannon was summoned and lie conducted an inquest. I i was accompanied by Deputy sheriff i Tom Vandt vice. His finding was accidental death by drowning beside tin parents. Finley and Frances Mcalinden a a a a the infant is survived by one Little brother Robert Leroy the , or. And mrs. Charles Mcalinden and or and mrs. W. J. Cope f Judson. The fir Oral services will be held sunday afternoon at 2 o clock from tin Bethel Churi b it Clinton township. Burial will a it a in the Little Walnut cemetery. Rev. Matt Mees will have charge of the service i t i Al Nln is be to Toulon France june 16 up gendarme i captured four spy suspects inside the Navy Arsenal Early today after a gun Battle in which on suspect was wounded. Authorities believed that the suspects Hal tried to steal a prototype or specimen of a secret automatic Rifle from the Arsenal part of the great French Mediterranean Navy base. O a it o o o a a a today a weather a a and 0 0 local temperature 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 fair tonight saturday and Sun Day warmer North tonight continued warm saturday and sunday. Minimum 70 6 i m 78 7 a m 83 1 i m. 85 9 a. M. 88 10 a. M. 8 a 11 a. M. 92 12 noon. 93 1 p. M 9.3 2 p. M. 23
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