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Greencastle Daily Banner (Newspaper) - May 18, 1939, Greencastle, IndianaThe we atm it l warmer 4 0 fair a a the daily Banner a it Waves for ally a United press service 4 t All the Home news 4 Khiv seven Yuncker a s a added Yale Gram a to research work in the sea islands for coming verb i leave of absence july 1� quoth hl8 fall a Honolulu they will return in september Truman g. Yuncker head of of botany at de Juv Raity. Quot ill spend the com a in South sea islands doing la a search to it Beer research Grant by Yale qty and Depauw has Given years l a of absence from pus for to. Important work sail july Al with his family s Angeles for Honolulu they will stay luring the aum a. Yuncker will do some rework at the Bishop during tins period. Mcm itis family plan to return to item slates in september and a ticker will go directly to the there he plans to work. Has chosen the Tonga group i which lie Southeast of the tads. These Are wholly with equatorial Region and Are sex to offer a Fertile Field for tropical plants. Or. Yuncker tes his greatest difficulty in reaching the islands. A Ial line operating Between a new zealand and Samoa in the Tonga islands has been used. So that it will probably Arv for him to get passage Corpa boar or a fishing boat in in this urea. Tonga islands arc a protector great Britain but ruled by a Queen and her Prince Consort Lent agent is stationed there y White men Are in this area. Ticker will work alone but a Ito get some native help from Adonai a schools in collecting ring and classifying his specs is the second Grant that or. It has received from Yale uni for this kind of work. In a a he was on leave of absence Depauw to do botanical re on certain families of plants hawaiian islands. In 1934, i 193k lie made summer sex is into Honduras for research i text project is expected to re valuable information As the a lands Are comparatively and have been worked but Juriy by scientists. He will be the auspices of the Bishop i which is interested botanic inc entire Pacific area. App ii Turnt comes As a id recognition of the place that broker holds in the Field of and is p tribute to a Erauw he h k Kkt cast i to Indiana thursday May is 1 �?~>39, no. 183 circuit court notes the first citizens Bank and Trust company is plaintiff against Earnest Frazier and others in a complaint for the payment of a note and foreclosure. Charles Mcgaughey is attorney for the plaintiff. In the Putnam circuit court Oliver m. Petro is seeking the payment of a note and account against Oscar clones and Ernest Jeffries. Charles Mcgaughey is attorney. Alonzo Mcgaughey is plaintiff against or. F. B. Smithson and others for the payment of a note in the Putnam court. The attorney is Charles Mcgaughey. Theo Raney Dies in Indianapolis funeral services will be held Friday with it rial in Brazil miss Tho Raney former assistant librarian of the Carnegie Library in Greencastle. Died at the City Hospital in Indianapolis wednesday following an illness of nearly two years several operations failing to give her Relief. Miss Raney was a graduate of the Greencastle High school and was a member of tri Kappa in this City. Her father was superintendent of the Greencastle electric Light Plant for a time and both he and mrs. Raney died Here. Their Home was on West Walnut Street. Funeral services will be hold Friday at 1 of clock at the Royster amp Askin funeral Home 1902 North Meridian Street. Indianapolis with interment in the cottage Hill cemetery at Brazil where her parents Are interred. Judgements added from Gross income division additional a a judgments from the Indiana Gross income tax division of the state Treasury department have been entered upon the judgment record of the Putnam circuit court clerk following the usual procedure in such matters. These Jud for Nentas Are the findings of the Gross income tax division that certain sums of Money Are due the division and there is no hearing or recourse possible under the Law. These later findings total nearly one thousand dollars against Putnam county citizens and Are the tax on Gross sales of business men. Not on othe income. The largest judgment in this list is for $379.14 and the smallest is 15.6. The sheriff is required by Law to proceed to the collection of these judgments. Committees gathered to finish plans Observance of memorial Day to be most widely observed will be held sunday May 28 Russell Ville it it Send i urge delegation and probably band merchants committee was named electric Power line failed at ii Arlan by. Further indication that the Observance of this Community of memorial Day on sunday. May 28. Will be the most widely and fittingly observed Here in Many years was Given wednesday evening when 35 men and women gathered at the american legion Home Tus members of committees or representatives from the Many organizations of Greencastle who will participate in the exercises. Five members of the legion Post at Russellville were among those in attendance and they brought word from their Home Post that they would Send a Large delegation Here to have a part in the Observance and that also the Russellville band a splendid organization very Likely would attend and play martial numbers. The Greencastle Post of the legion will have a delegation present at the Observance by the Russellville Post of memorial Day their exercises being held during the Forenoon of sunday May 28. There were representatives at the meeting wednesday evening from the woman a Relief corps the elks Spanish War veterans the Odd Fellows Rebekah kiwanis rotary the Moose the Saddle club and others. The Saddle club Hopes to have its full membership mounted take part in the Parade on that Day. Reports of participation also were received from the auxiliary of the Spanish War Camp and from the daughters of the american revolution. It. Is assured the Greencastle band will take part in the program of the Day. The band will play for the March and will also Render appropriate numbers at the cemetery. Details of the Parade were discussed wednesday evening. There will be a firing squad from the legion Post of Greencastle Ami possibly the Russellville Post also will furnish a filing squad. Flags and Bunting will Fly from All of the business houses of the City Anil from Many of the residences on 4t Ltd a ilium my on i a tar fix Al jews foresee Hopes doomed in holy land Queen and King Board train today Celebration held this afternoon to Montreal Metropolis of Dominion seats Selling for $30 Thror Milf lies appt am to have borne up Well under first dry s schedule banquet held under guard with six mines opening in Here an ky., Here Are miners going Back to work in the Crummies Creek Section. A National guardsman stands ready to protect the Bridge against possible attack by opponents. Guardsmen set up machine guns along highways and Bridges. Poppies provide work for \ Cerans to be worn on saturday May 37. In tribute to world War dead seniors elected to Honor society a Ole teen new members added to Greencastle High school us after Well Mia ironed a Mihi ports circulated Wei the Evans farm six is f Naivs North of Spencer in Ity known to Many residents of in county was abandoned tues in depth of m7 it. The Evans Finet of a South of the Putnam line no indication had been or Ltd Al it that depth of the of n i in pay quaint it is. E wooo acres of Owen county a a or of it near the South put in. Has been leased for on to on nut the failure of this a tempt to bring in a paying Quot i ii is said put further de-11 it of this leased land in the Ini category. Quot Quot ill Isle were circulated in the Mil v Finity yesterday l a by before arising it is Quot a it i i radio Story that a Gusher brought in on the Eyam and there was Home exc Ltd Tere. A let action saved area from Japan a Giriat. May 18.�? up a aul Al Shartara expressed by v that the prompt action of african British and French Landing men at Kun Wangsu. To area of Amoy had saved a a from the japanese and our irn portent influence on 11 Quot of the much More import National settlement Here. A indicated that the Jap-0 now withdrawing their l 1 was interpreted Here As m h Al pan had been Imp by the parallel act on of the Ira Quot aliens. Harlan by. May 18. Up the electric Power line which serves two thirds of Harlan county failed Early today requiring substitution of a Reserve Power source. Two thirds of the county was in darkness for 40 minutes until �1 stand by Power source from p or Vii Rte by. Could be Cut in. Utility officials said the main line had been damaged Between Harlan and Lynch but that they had received no report yet of what the damage was or its extent. The main Power source had not been restored As the hour for Coal nines to open approached. Profitable employment for hundreds of disabled War veterans has been provided by the memorial poppies which will be worn on poppy Day saturday. May 27, in tribute to the world War dead explained mrs. P. O. Canary poppy chairman of Putnam county unit of the american legion auxiliary us the auxiliary women prepared for the annual Observance of poppy Day Here. Poppies have been made this year at seventy eight government hospitals and auxiliary workrooms in fifty pne states and territories where disabled veterans unable to do other work have been Given employment during the Winter and Spring months. The work has been restricted largely to veterans receiving Little or no government compensations and to those with dependent families. The bulk of the Money earned has gone to the support of families left in need when the Veteran father became disabled. The poppies which will be distributed Here Chi poppy Day have been made at veterans Hospital. Marion escaped convict found at Brazil was w Kaki n g w o >1 a n a s clothing and attracted attention by using snuff at a forma initial on service held at the local High school last evening fourteen new members were added to the Greencastle High school chapter of the National Honor society. Seniors elected to membership include Randolph Bartlett James b titles Marian Mcclure. Helen Jome Olive Mae Dean. Lorene Williams Wmk Metta Pease. Eleanor Mccullough and Mary Elizabeth Abel. Juniors honoured were Danny Hanna Edith Greenleaf Anna Louise More. Barbara Bartlett and Evelyn Crump. Members Are elected by a vote of the High a Cocci faculty the selection being made on the Bas s of scholarship leadership character and . The initiation was in charge of the students elected As Junior members last year William Edington president Katherine Boston Secretary Barbara Yuncker. Marguerite erd Man and Charles Sheridan. Following the induction ceremonies a dinner prepared by the Home economics students under the direction of miss Mary Lou Schott was tests made on plots l or Corn county farm agent David l. A Rimes supervised the planting county farm agent David l. Grimes had supervised the planting of a number of test plots for Corn on several farms in Putnam county the test being made in part to determine the advantages of Hybud Corn Over open pollinated and of several mixes of fertilizer Over other mixes. The fertilizer tests were made on two rows of Corn alternating with two rows not fertilized at each farm. The fertilizer mixtures used were 3 parts nitrogen 12 parts phosphate 12 parts Potash designated As 3-1212, and also other mixes 0-24-24, 0-12-12, and 0-20-0. Farms on which these tests Are being made Are the Webb Evans farm North of Brick Chapel on Bottom land Forest Akers. Washington township Bottom land South of pleasant Garden and on the Schuyler Arnold farm in Jefferson town ship. Riots strikes fasts. Incan a it ism brought British troops Jerusalem May 18.�?<up� a riots strikes fasts incan arism and sabotage brought police and British troops into action today As jews foreseeing the doom of their Hopes for a Homeland showed bitter anger at British proposals for Palestine a future. Explosive tension obtained at tel Aviv. Heavy troop reinforcements wore sent Here from Saraband after rioting in which 12 jews including a jewish policeman were sounded in a. Clash with British troops. A strict curfew wan imposed. Government offices at tel Aviv were burned by incendiaries who stormed them and disarmed guards. Police charged into demonstrators their clubs swinging and fired into the air to disperse them. Government immigration quarters Here were burned by incendiaries who wounded and bound jewish supernumerary police guards and threw incendiary bombs into offices. Archives and passport records for 20 years which determine the Legal status of jewish immigrants were burned. The program of the big Palestine broadcasting station was interrupted late a last night As it was broadcasting the text of the official a White paper in which the British government announced its plans for the future of the country. It was found that wires connecting the broadcasting studio with the transmitter at Ramallal had Beer. Cut. Jews called this the blackest Day in their modern history. Their leaders deplored violence but the temper of the people was angry and desperate. There was every determination that the jews would resist to the limit any Effort to make Palestine an Arab dominated state. Where Many disabled veterans have. J served in the vocational buld no. Wil been engaged in shaping the Little., Iam Edington. Rory eng As cast Mas red memorial Flowers under the direction of the Indiana state department of the auxiliary. Materials have been supplied by the auxiliary and the workers paid at regular intervals from auxiliary funds. Poppy earnings have been a great Boon to Oher guests included miss Lois Many veterans families in Green Fraley and mrs Helen Mcgaughey. Ter welcomed the group. Danny Hanna responded for the initiates. Principal William Bishop h. A. Thomas and sup. Paul Boston represented the faculty. Somewhat like the Wolf who donned sheep a clothing in the Case of Joseph l. Bucket17 years old who escaped from the shale pit gang at the Indiana state penal farm tuesday and put on woman a clothing to facilitate his escape. He appeared thus garbed at a filling station in Brazil yesterday and he not Only gave indication of being a stranger to garments of that kind which in itself aroused the suspicions of the attendants but he further attracted their attention because he was using Nufi and was very untidy about it too. The attendants called the police and they Learned who a was and also Learned of his escape. He was turned Over to guards from the penal farm and was slated to appear in the Putnam Cri Rhinald court this Forenoon for a sentence to the Pendleton reformatory. For some time the stranger refused to give his Nanu or Tell where he was from to the Brazil police but finally admitted that his name was Joseph l. Bucker and that he had escaped from the penal farm. Bucker told the officers that he had broken into a Cabin on big Walnut East of Brazil and had stolen the dress he was wearing. He ripped part of the dress off when taken into custody but he still wore part of the fliers when taken Back to the penal farm. The affix Lavit charging the Man Castle and Community during past sponsors and miss Charlotte Dono Voith being in escape from the farm months. Hue. Member of the local chapter. The disabled veterans Are the Only officers elected for the a a a feeding paid workers in the auxiliary a year Are Danny Hanna president poppy program. The women who and Barabara Bartlett Secretary distribute tin Flowers serve As unpaid volunteers and All contributions they receive go to the rehabilitation and welfare work of the american legion and auxiliary. Abandon Hoff for Bachman swedish aviator stated his True name is Joseph Lann and As such he was sentenced by the court to serve one to five years in a he reformatory at Pendleton. A was taken there this afternoon by sheriff Lawrence Graham. Stockholm Sweden. May 18. A up Hope was abandoned today for Charles Backman 25. A so Rush flier who took off from Botwood Airport Newfoundland tuesday for n air plane flight to Sweden. It was assumed that Backman had crashed at sea. There remained however. The Remote possibility that he had been picked up by a ship without Rad o or had landed at some isolated spot on the coast. Butler student Loc ated new Castle. Ind., May 18.�? it up a Cecil Lockhart. Butler University student who has been missing since May 7, was located yesterday in Eureka. Cal., new Castle police raid they were informed today. Lockhart is the son of the chief of the new Castle police department. Population increases the Wall eyed Pike population of that stretch of big Walnut Creek which extends Northeast from Bakers Camp greatly increased this naval forces ordered to protect americans Washington. May 18.�?�up United states naval forces in the far East had orders today to defend by armed action if Neces Ary Amerl w put by the planting in that water can citizens residing in the Kun Wangsu a of 2.000,000 fing. Dings of that spec internat Nal settlement at Amoy a a they were distributed from that China. Point which 1� at in ine Bluffs tip Blu jackets were ordered into the Stream As far As the county line settlement yesterday simultaneous. The fish came from the state Hal by with armed sailors of the by Tieh Cherie and will be under the guard Navy after an unexpected Landing of Ian she a from now on. Of Victor Wal japanese troops. Ter. Putnam county game Warden. Depauw alumni Secretary needs help in locating Phaeton for class of 1914 Quebec. May 18.�? upts King George i is Tak no his own we Skey Cigar ets and Tea on his tour. The Tea goes with him whenever he is a dinner guest. A bodyguard usually carries it and hands i to the in St a staff. He a Mokes two varieties of c Gan to Virginia and turkish which he keeps separated in his Case. The King drink scotch whisky. Quebec. May 18. Up it King Gorge and Queen Elizabeth boarded a train today for the r 8,050 m be tour of Clma la and the United s ates which had a big Point thin afternoon with a wild Celebration at Montreal. Metropolis of the Dominion. After a night at the Citadel the summer residence of governor general lord Tweedsmuir the King and Queen were introduced to the luxurious. 12-car train which will be their Home for the next month. The train made a 15-minute Stop at three Rivers about noon Ami arrived in Montreal at 2 15 p. M. There. Vis Tois from throughout Canada and the United states had doubled the 1.000,000 population reviewing stands had been built for 50.000. And seats were soling As High As $30 each. Twenty thousands soldiers provincial and Domino policemen struggled to keep the crowd in hand and enforce the strict rules that had been Laid Down to safeguard the Royal visitors lives. The e Here continued until after 10 of clock last night. The finale was a f reworks display which the King and Queen watched from the huge window of their Citadel quarters overlooking the Kings bastion. One display spread likeness of the Kings and Queens features in fire across the sky. Their majesties appear m hive borne up Well in Ler the first Days schedule the High Point of which was last nights banquet. The Queen was fresh and smiling As she entered the n. And Ltd k no was at ease. wore a gown of peach and Geld a d amond studded Tiara and a diam n 1 necklace. The Levos and part of the of the gown were of Gold sequences and the Decolli Tage was outlined in a mesh no of Menle. So can led gloves and i purse Matching the ensemble. The King were full even no dress with miniature decorations and the arcs f St. George and the Star of the order of the Bath on the left Side of the Chat. The k no rat at Dud Lessis right the Queen at his left Lieut. Gov e. L. Patenaude sat at Queen s left Madame Patenaude at the virgos right. Rod que Cardinal v Deneuve primate of the Catholic Church in Canada was at Madame Patenaude a right. Two footmen of a die Royal tour waited in the King and Queen. One of them poured the k no a Glass of scotch whiskey As soon As he sat Down hut was was a Ido when he tried to a Light the k no s cig Aret. The King insists upon lighting his own a Garets. The foot run h id inspected the banquet table at non and removed the Large cutlery from the King s Ami Queen s places. Neither of them i Kes Large knives or Forks. Small ones we re substituted. There were no speeches at the banquet but the King and then the Queen were trailed in Champagne. A string orchestra mounted on a plat co Liege alumni secretaries Are often called upon to perform Odd and curious services by alumni. Commencement time is no exception in fact the demands Are usually multiplied. The latest task to be placed upon the. Que to ample shoulders of Russell Alexander. Depauw alumni Secretary. Is to find a Phaeton for the his disappearance has not been sex class of 1914. The request came from planned. 20 years ago in Greencastle mrs. Fred Hixon received word her son Lieut. Orville Hixon with the 20tb engineers had arrived at new York from overseas. Cleve Thomas Worley Timmons mrs. Esther Marvin Guthrie of Anderson class secret Ary for that class. A there must be one somewhere in Putnam she wrote or. Alexander. Quot there were scores of them right in Greencastle when i was in Depauw. No sunday afternoon Quot Date was Complete without a Jaunt through the country Side behind some fast step no livery it poems that the beaus of the class wish to entertain the Belles of John. Cherry were in the shrine class 1914 with Short rides about the when that class returns to Tho Campus saturday. June 10. For its Silver non Ersary reunion anti or. Alexander was asked to locate one. Or. Alexander admits that he needs a Little help. For one thing he a the product of the automobile age anti has Only the Laziest Conception of what a Phaeton resembles. He would like to hear from some one who May have one tucked away in h s attic or Hay mow. His Only task then will be to locate a horse. The class of 1914. He understands will gladly rent the vehicle for alumni Day preferably with horse attached. And promises to return it to the owner undamaged. Phaeton owners Are asked to get in touch with the Depauw alumni office at the. Administration build no of the University or leave word with the Banner which is cooperating with or. It continued from Page two of initiates at Indianapolis. Campus in one of these old Phaeton Alexander in locating one. O a 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0� 0 today a weather 0 0 and a 0 local temperature 0 000 0 000000� generally fair in North mostly Cloudy in South portion tonight and Friday not so Cool in Central and North portion tonight somewhat warmer Friday. Minimum. 6 a. A. T a. A. 8 a. A. 9 a. M. 10 a. A. 11 a. Moon. 1 p. M2 p. A. 52 55 59 62 67 73 76 80 83 83
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