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Greencastle Daily Banner (Newspaper) - May 10, 1939, Greencastle, IndianaA tire weather f alb am t ool a i Jle the daily Banner a it Waves por All kit by seven 1 Rek Castle Indiana wednesday May 10, 1039. Ujj a a United press is i 4 ave the Home 4 a a a. U 4� if no. 170 to hoists it let Creed r guidance social vib a tots or 8,000,000 methodists Jyh Amicks Alt Lan Don h.-1.i i Ltd Semuon today in Lar thu a bounties be on Tel Quot Al Quot Quot Otin cil new store manager visas City mo., May 10.�? m 1 methods St Church a social Creed today. Crep was of importance be a twill guide the social Outlook forts of s 000.000 methodists. Subscribing to it would ordinate tic profit motive to native and co operative sch id labor and regulate it King conditions of women. Increased Protection it those preventable conditions produce give Security it old age and insurance to the r against injury. A guard workers against Quot the Cating results of enforced in blah reasonable hours just and fair working conditions employees and employers an right to Ltd organize for collect bargaining and social action. Stain an army and Navy for purposes Only. Main the rights and res Pons of free speech free Assembly i free pre s. And encourage a communication mind with As essential to the discovery 1h. That Quot Moiety has a right to that every person not phys i r mentally incapacitated shall an by engaged in so far ase. In ii vocation productive common that the individual has the to have conscientious object my l an their religion to Kiili Jav inc. Vii is groups within Rich we hold varying econ news that some seek a peaceful is for rolling the problems a front us seme who believe we Nee i i drastic readjustment social rider others who be a correction of the econom c and still others in producers Consumers la the social economic and expressed in the a to All races alike r Section of the Creed recognize Sci envious objections to wat Al the Only heated debate of Craven turn renting the three Dies of the methodist Church or gov Alt m. Landon of Kan a one i f the participants. He by cited to this one item a i hit or lifted from the Creed a chem i to committee. Rev Joyd e. Poster of or a to after Landon. He a wed his remarks thus i Ycu i Tice that of Bainbridge school head is appointed Harry h. Hays of Center Grove succeeds we. 81 m m e k Ville has Good recommendations c. Cd. A gannet will move to Bainbridge with hit family next full after attending summer school session diseased bees Are sought in Check Many enjoyed the annual inspection of Hoosier concert held apiaries to discover disease 1 be a colonies and present the spread of foul Brood �3 now under Way with five inspectors in the Field Virgil m Simmons commissioner of the department of conservation announced t Day. Disease control Cne of the functions of the division of entomology no is necessary to safeguard healthy colonies and assure a Profita c or. Bergithon and Honey crop. Employ Farmers to along h1ghavays temporary employment in grass and weeds along state High col Orff l pict 1�?~re w As presented by s00 111 .51 school Sti dents voice was overtaxed the principals p of the Bainbridge school made vacant by the retirement of we. Summerville who has been there several years has been filled by the appointment of Harry h. Hays who has been head of the schools at Center Grove for the past eight years. Center Grove is one of the Large Rural schools of Johnson county. Or. Hays comes to the Monroe toys ship position with excellent recommendations. In of him. The Franklin Star says during or. Hays regime at Center Grove the curriculum was broadened to include eleven new subjects the system was reorganized and placed on a 6-6 plan the lengthened period was introduced the grounds beautified track and six Man football added to the athletic program and the school spirit was improved. In addition to his intensive school program or. Hays was Active in or. Walgamott comes cd a Unity at Bargersville. He served As a teacher and elder in Russia exclusion important Factor a tui \ i a amp a wil1 to k1vw1 scores of Farmer a 111 a Ian a a 5 .3� \ a luring the summer months. I a Dicus chairman of the state Highway commission today. First of the roadsides on the state Highway system is scheduled for the latter part of this month. Mowing weeds along the state Highway is one of the operations carried on by the maintenance division and represents an annual sex pen iture of Over a half million dollars. The major part of the .Ng the choral festival concert Given is Don by regu a Highway employ tuesday night in the High school is. Gymnasium was heard with consider Nelson tax Case is he by office. Al is Tox of taxing lease of or. Nelson on University farm state Board to it u l k All who had share in bringing about project Are to or. On Graitia de store manner c arrived tui Cla c a. W alga Mott of Montgomery and Ward company to supervise work c. C. Walgamott who will manage the new Montgomery and Ward company store to be opened in the Prevo building on june 8. Arrived in Greencastle tuesday for permanent residence. His family came with him. But will not be located Here until Early in june at which time they will occupy an apartment in the Campbell apartments on East Seminary Street to Gre Castle from Cape Girardeau mo., where he was in charge of the company store. He will supervise the employment of All help for the new store Here As Well As the stocking of the store which is rapidly nearing a stage of being ready for the new lines of merchandise that will be carried All three floors. A Force of a score or More workmen have been busily engaged during the part month in remodelling the building and rapid strides Are being made in. The work. Or. Fleenor a father died tuesday evening w. A. Flecnor age 70 years Well pm in resident of Sale. \ and the father of Audr a Fleenor of this City die 1 tuesday evening at his Home in Salem. Or. Fleenor had been in ill health for some time. Funeral services will be held thursday afternoon at 2 o clock at Salem. Negotiators met new York May 10 up negotiators for soft Coal producers the Bargersville Christian Church participated in the Campaign to secure the municipal water works and was a leading figure in the reorganization of the Bargersville state Bank. Or. Hays plans to continue work on his pm. D. Degree at Greeley state teachers College at Greeley colo., this Rummer before Assum no his new Tutles at Bainbridge next fall. Following his graduation from Bloomington High school in 1914. Mill ays cd m Pic Ted a 12-week course at Cint Al Normal College the same year France and great hbm\1n cold toward Pope s mediation offer Paris. May 10 up Pope Pius a failure to include Russia pta8ur� among interested nations was an important Factor in the coldness shown by France Ami great Britain to his offer to mediate in the polish German and French italian disputes it War understood today. Both Premier edouard Daladier Ami prime minister Neville Chamberlain were reported to Russia is now a most important element in european peace efforts. Further it was said Here that Russia had made it Plain that if its cooperation in a French British a Security front was expected it must naturally he included in any negotiations which the great Powers undertook. Russia was said to have reminded the French and British gov run cents of the results of the Munich conference a conference from which Russia was deliberately excluded As a gesture of a a appeasement to Adolf Hill v belief was expressed in diplomatic quarters Here and i other capitals that the Popes mediation offer was doomed to failure. Butt was added that the failure would be one such As that which met president Able pleasure and no Small amount of admiration by a Large audience. The colourful picture pres a a cd by .100 High school boys and girls the latter in formal dresses with th�1 Depauw symphony orchestra in the foreground. Contributed much to the the admiration was for the excellent singing which can be the result Only of Good material capable and enthusiastic directors cooperation of administrative and faculty members and carefully worked out details which make such a choral festival possible. One advantage of choral singing a a that no voice is overtaxed there Are believe that no Star parts thus the singing is Likely to be unaffected and fresh not hackneyed. The observation that a a choral is a great place to see and learn is Well founded for this activity directs the great store of Youthful Energy into cultural channels in addition to giving entertainment to an audience. The songs by individual choruses were enjoyable but the real Charm of the program Lay in the numbers by the combined choruses accompanied by the symphony orchestra sentence Brown to a non term or. Nelson i it a Nied lease on farm in Clinton township in a hearing tuesday in the a fico of the auditor of Putnam county. Gilbert e. Ogles to show cause Why he should not be assessed on a leasehold estate of the farm he formerly owned on state Road 36. West of Morton. James b. Nelson of Indianapolis formerly of Greencastle denied flatly that he has a lease on the property. This farm on which William whetted lives was deeded to Indiana University by or. Nelson in Exchange for an annuity to himself and his w be along with some part lots in Michael Brown was taken into the Eastern part of Greencastle Somo Putnam county criminal court tues year ago. Day afternoon and asked to inform last year the property was listed th0 court Why he had not complied for taxation on the Putnam county with the order of the court last feb tax duplicates in the name of Indi Rumary. That he had not paid Johnny Ana University it being thus listed in Haverkamp a specified sum each accordance with a new state statute week As reimbursement for certain req ring the payment of taxes by items of personal property which educational institutions on property Brown was charged in an affidavit they own which Are Revenue product with having stolen from Haverkamp. Indiana University pleaded it constituting larceny their Val 8hould not be forced to pay taxes on be being $35. He did not satisfy the Huici property because it is a state did not comply tii orders court gave him last february and la or received h s a. B. Degree n 1828 and i m s degree in 1831 p"0? Al i Quot a on Quot from Indiana University. Since then he Lias Dene research work in Public school finance and educate on at that ins Titu Ion. He he ids n superintendent s License first Grade a High school principal s License f St Grade and regular High school licenses first Grade in history and civics literature and compos tion commercial arithmetic agriculture and physical geography. He taught for three years in the Quot ural schools of Monroe county and which had made a tremendous Impulsion throughout the world. Suffers stroke during operation doctor died but patient w As Given a Good Chance to live court in the matter. Tuesday and he was sentenced by judge William m Sutherlin to serve the sentence of from one to ten years in the state Penitentiary. Brown when arrested last Gebru Tho Ary pleaded guilty to the charge and a chorus of homage and a dark was sentenced a at that time to serve water were impressively Beautiful from one to ten years in the state among the special numbers possibly it Michigan City an i he the Bedford High school group s was disfranchised for two years singing of a role arks a a Moverine but the sentence was suspended by James b Nelson is the was outstanding. However All the the court conditional upon ills Reim prop Quot to t is her. 1 numbers were admirably adapted to of Nursement of Haverkamp. The ability of each group. There terms of the suspension of the v re or vocal exaggerations which re Tenco not having be n complied with by Brown the suspension was a it voted and the court ordered him a iches training for the the excellent choral choirs have received or Nous of words was very marked. To Iken to City to comply to i in Ltd Utica is dither a pall or Gray haired a 3,1 1 1 deviously angered. Run a the platform he shouted toe Nizic Rophene it last r. Mark was a cowardly re part the emotional convict of this. Who favor the s Para and they should respect the Lalni of those who oppose convention then overwhelm improve i the a Csc envious on clause. Claus. Was eliminated from Las to controversial. It said stand for social planning and 1 to the economic process for Cimon convention holds its last Sest it Voght to declare the three the Church separated by 1v a War and by doctrinal diffs reunited into one Church. A it disappear the methodist l the methodist episcopal and the methodist protestant l s As they now stand. The re-1 Church will be the largest ant a a nomination in the unison kit abandon flans to visit ii. S. A s May 10. Up it the Duke Viand 101 h Ivr Irum a no kit Ned the idea of visiting a i �1 and the new York s fair it was Learned today have Frei arranged to return to Riviera and afterwards a a it i so a cruise although the e not definite. If they do 11 cruise they will not touch of a he americas. R v Natal was in Roa Clidale 0i> business. End the United mine workers Union nerved As teacher and principal of met at 10 a. 111 today in response to Smithville High school for 12 years president Roosevelt s demand that before night they agree upon and submit to him some plan for reopening the mines and averting a fuel a Amine. Pekin 111. May 10. Up or. C Good vocal control was always evident. The entire program was Sung with understanding and the program proceeded with no confusion. The two numbers by the Depauw occurred. Symphony orchestra with Bjornar Bergethon conducting were placed at the right Points on the program to be effective. Enesco so a romanian rhapsodies continues to fascinate by reason of its marked rhythm and v. In the terms of his punishment. Haverkamp occupied a Shack on the Bank of big Walnut just West of inti Sutlon and therefore the state itself owns the property in question and the state it contended could not be forced to pay taxes. That Contention was upheld by the state Beard of tax commissioners in a letter written september 7. 1938, to auditor ogles in which it was said a it having been Frund that the title to the above property is in the name of Indiana unvers to and that e fro of said ordered that to real estate be Remc f pm the tax duplicate while held by a Wnm cd by ird Hira University a it is further or a t to the b ase held by James b so 1 be As Jesse As prov be Indiana statutes of 101v. Or. No son was notified by the a Bransford Ade Surger. 44. Promin. The tender Beauty of a evening Pray county stud enrol Torma Centennial let it be held May 15.16 Fol to met Ltd a \t1 to do ski Lif sent i to convention of disc Illi s Oil i kist Putnam county w ii Havercorn a native at the can Annial convention of the disciple of Christ to to held at the Central Christian Church in Indiana nits. May 15 and 1 it. Llie county a connection Vav 11 lie made of a Noii Riat cd i a because the coordinating Host and brotherhood sponsor for the 45 mar on county and Indianapolis churches will be the Rev of. I. Day. A former North Putnam county school teacher who is now executive Secretary of the Indianapolis Christ an Church Union just As this county will Send representatives to this Centennial Observance. This month the county also sent some of its men to Indianapolis one Hundred years ago to attend the f St state meeting of churches of Christ a trip that was somewhat of a heroic undertaking in that Early Day. Putnam was one of the thirty eight counties represented at that meeting in 1838. Behind the preachers that Early Lay. Whether they came by horseback in Wagon or by foot were Miles of torturous Corduroy roads rutted trails and Bridge loss Steep banked streams. There were m les of dark stands of Wood pestilent bogs Ai l sulpher Wells. Only a few scattered log Cabins at trails de broke the journey. Altogether some 50 preachers still and tired arrived in ind Neapolis on Friday morning. June 7, 1830. In a Hardy adventurous town they gathered in a Structure at the Southwest Comer of Capitol Avenue and Maryland Street for the first state meeting of churches of Christ disc plus in Indiana. Before cd Ming to Center or rec or Hays served in the machine Chin company. 18th infantry of fhe first division during the world War while Over scan in 1819. He taught at Atzbach University in Germany and has taught for five years in summer school at Central in l real College at Danville he is a member of the american legion and the masonic Lodge. Or. Hay i is married and i3 the father of self be fold cart Llu k two daughters he will move with his w0unu issues to in fam a by to Bainbridge next fall. Ent neurologist was Bent Over a patient at Pekin Hospital monday night. He was performing a major operation and was at the most critical Point. As he reached for an instrument he swayed and put out a hand to steady himself. He Felt faint. He whispered hurriedly to two assist. And pantomime from Humper Dinky so Hansel and Gretel made an effective number with which to open the concert. Altogether the choral festival justified the pleasant glow of anticipation with which it had been awaited. Or Bergethon the directors of the visiting choirs and All others who had a share in bringing about a mus Bussell Grimes receive a wan Winner in till. Fifth National farm accounting contest in 1938-30 Russell Grimes living West of Greencastle on Rural route 4. Has been notified that he has received an award of a prize of $5, jus a Winner in the fifth National farm accounting contest conducted during 1938-39 by the state Extension service. The entrants in tie contest were required to keep a record of All incomes and expenditures including an opening and closing inventory and an analysis of farm business with recommendations for increasing profits in the future. Or. Grimes is a Pupil of Gene Akers in vocational work in the Greencastle High school and is a 4-h Junior Leader. Ants. Drs. L. A Balke Pekin and k c. Burhan. Pro la. Sterling him in p,0j, of Hia Nat,lr0 hav Bisp Quot the patients a stimulus to music in general As wound tissue. Then he collapsed As provided Happy entertainment from r stroke for those who took advantage of the Balke and Burhanan caught him and a Opportunity to participate either us led him to another room. He was Pat of Tell Ltd oru1 a a part of the still conscious. He asked about his Al i enc. Pulse and requested that his wife be summoned. Then he fell into a come. Burhans Ami Balke returned to the operating room where the patient Russell Lindstrom 33, who had been injured seriously in a fall still was under the influence of Ether. They picked up the instruments Adelsberger had been using and completed Tho operation. Adelsberger never regained consciousness. He died yesterday. His patient was Given a Good dance to live. Editor that a hearing upon the matter pleasant Garden when the theft of la it it pm a no of the lease in que tion on the tax duplicates would be held tuesday and he appeared before the auditor with the defense that he did not lease the land and a hat he a and w l Iam Whitt lev a on the farm Are More a Indiana univ cry to Tbs two ran gement with the University s subject to termination at any mme and that there is no leave held by him to tax. The statement of the state tax a Hoard last year that or Nelson has county a farm leased was the authority upon which the auditor acted. The hearing tuesday was attended by or Val Schock. Field Man for the state tax Board and he will place Tho situation by fro the Board which will further instruct Tho Putnam county tax a Horitia As to their course to be followed. Mid Spring term started last monday will end on a i be 9 guerrillas loot Jap owned Bank chinese staged most daring raid of chinese Apay Ese War u i Low asks appropriation Washington. May 10. It up rep. Louis Ludlow a. Ind. Has introduced a Bill to authorize expenditure of $175.000 for recreational facilities at the veterans Hospital Indianapolis ind. Former congressman wins Rac e for mayor san Antonio. Tex. May 10 it up it former congressman Maury Maverick Defeated e. C. Quin his old political rival yesterday in their hotly contested race for mayor almost Complete returns showed today. With but four boxes missing Maverick had a 3.000-vote Lead Over Quin the present mayor. Four other candidates lagged far behind. It appeared that the entire ticket which Mav Chick supported might be swept into office with him. Although tabulations were not Complete m 20 years Ajro in Greencastle a horse a old but highly prize a which feed Thomas had left standing in front of the Thomas buggy company store was stolen. He was sure it had been stolen because it was a wooden horse for harness display purposes and could not possibly hav run away under its own Power. Or. Thomas said. It was found next Hong Kong. May 10. It up chinese guerrillas in the most daring raid of the chinese japanese War hav looted the japanese owned Bank of Taiwan format a it at Canton it was asserted today in most reliable Quarter. About 100 guerrillas penetrated the Strong japanese lines protecting the City raided the Bank Bay netted three japanese guards forced the doors of the Safe and escaped with a Clear Lead of 20 minutes taking with the m $260.000 in notes and $90.000 in Silver coins it was said. Informants asserted that the daring attack was the explanation of mysterious announcements during the week end that martial Law had l it in declared throughout the Canton area. Putnam county medical society to meet till Ruday six students of Putnam have enrolled for the mid Spring term at Central Normal College. They Are Raymond Beck of Bainbridge Geneva Cooper. Piercy Mast on. An i Alfred Parrish of Greencastle yen Steele of Cloverdale. And Ethel Hurst of Fillmore Indiana. This term stared last monday and will end at the t me for the regular Spring term june 9. At that time three outstanding in ii visuals will be honoured with the rotary club elect off i is for new year at the weekly luncheon of Tho honorary doctorate degree mrs. Jenks Lary club wednesday afternoon Nie Ralston of Indianapolis or. W. S Sanford president of Sanford Brown bus Ness Institute. St. Louis Missouri and honorable Elmer Thomas present senator of Oklahoma. Loral Boslo Ilire second in slate Green Astle off i Iii ii in Sale of swings Bonds Hagerstown first postmaster Albert a. Dobbs of Greencastle and his aides Are very much pleased at the compliment Given them by the report from the United states Treasury department which credits the Greencastle office with second place in Tho state in the Sale of savings Bonds first place being won by the office at Hagerstown. Usually the offices reporting the heaviest sales of Bonds Are those at places where there Are in the following officers were elected president. D. D. Killinger. Vice president. Lister m. Jones. Secretary. Loi j. Arnold. Treasurer. John Etter. Sergeant at arms. Benton Curtis. Delegate and alternate to the South Bend conference will be or. Killinger and Paul f. Boston. Survivors arrive Manila. I 1. May 10. It up it a the i. S. S Pup. American destroyer. Arrived in Iloilo tonight with the 66 survivors of the British freighter Linden Bank which Sank five Miles North of Arena Island in the Sulu sea. The freighter grounded on a Coral Reci. O o o o a it o �5�o�i� a today a weather a a and a a local temperature a a a a a a 0 a a a a a the Putnam county medical society will hold its regular dinner meeting thursday evening at 6 30 of clock Secretary morning at Rector Hall with its Tail at the College inn. Or. Byron rust 1 564.608 investors in these Bonds missing but a passable substitute for of Indianapolis will be the guest luring the month of March the a Tail had been made from its mane speaker. His subject will be a prob Bonds they bought having a maturity leaving it mane less. Lems of value of More than $2,437,108.850. Generally fair tonight and thursday cooler tonight except along the lust rial plants whose employees buy Ohio River cooler thursday. These Bonds As a Means of investing their savings but the sales Here at have b in not Only to such men and women but also to those in other occupations and pro. Fes Slons. Morgenthau reports. Minimum 6 a. M. 7 a. M. 8 a. In. 9 a. In. 10 a. M. 11 a. M. 12 noon t p. M. 2 p. M. .53 .57 65 �8 72 76 78 82 82 82
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