The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana on November 25, 1936 · Page 6
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Clinton, Indiana
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Wednesday, November 25, 1936
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Wednesday, November 25, 1936 Page 6 The Daily Clintonian, Clinton, Indiana CLASSIFIED APS GERMANY, JAPAN UNITE STRENGTH TO BATTLE REDS NEWPORT GROUP PLANS CONTESTS Rate for Classified Ads (Continued from Page 1) Male Instruction and Paid Notices reply. First day of insertion: 8c (or each roailine Him (one column line, like Reliable men to take up A HI CON Foreign diplomats wre um- County Teachers, Principals Make Arrangements for Matches at Two Schools DITIONING and Klectrlc Refrlg oiia of the: e). moned to the foreign office for 0- erallon Prefer men now employed Next twr days insertion: the same s, xhnrira i vnn get. three days at Be Sure to Attend the FORMAL OPENING of the LAMOR CAFE 114 South Main Street Thursday, November 26 Newly Redecorated Rooms EVERYBODY WELCOME anil mechanically Inclined, with fair education and willing to train HnniiiB ihe cost of the first day) Florida Will Again Have Majority of Big League Sites N 10 W YOUK, Nov. 2."i Florida aguln In 11137 will attract a big majority of the National League clubs for spring training, a checkup to duy revealing that all members of the circuit already have dwlded on sites. The Cincinnati Iteil have announced di'llnitely thai they will return lo Tampa for the entire training period, lusteud of splitting Hie activity between Florida and Puerto Hico, cause of much dissatisfaction among the players laat season. The Hoston Bees again will train snore lime to become experts in In Wri Ih'ce days Insertion: the sullallon and service work. Write giving age, present occupation. I'tll- ilies Kng. Inst., llox Hi. Clinton , tl8 Mine 8c c'uirite (you get a whole wock, six ays, at three times the cost of onr insertion). Kach gn up of three duys thereafter, 8c a Hue. Mark ) e (like this), 10c per line. tulln of the pact. But thf soviet euihusay upokeB-nian, when akjd If the Moscow am huHsador was Kolng to the meeting, mild Burrabtically, "We have not been Invited." The German-Japanese declaration. It was officially Mated, contains three points covering collaboration of the two countries agulnst communism, and inviting other world powers to participate. Markets CHICAGO. Nov. 25. livestock NEWPORT. Nov. 25 The Kim-hsh teachers unci principals of the nunly met recently Willi Ihe County Superintendent Clyde 1), Mitchell at Ills office for the purpose of disrua-sIiik plans for Ihe County Oratorical and IteudliiK Contemn, ft wus decided lo have the Reading Contest, which will be In two divisions, humorous and dramatic, separate from the Oratorical Contest. The Reading Contest will be held at Perrysville, March 19 aud the Oratorical at Cayuga, March 26, and a one act play will be presented by the Cayuga schools as part of the entertainment. Students In Senior High are eligible to enter the con HOGS, 28.000; steady: holdovers. 500: loo. $9.75: bulk. $9.00 & .6a : heavies. $9.(111 W 9.7 5 : mediums, . All lansl led ads InrludinK memo-rliuiiH and 'imlcea of all kiii'ls must be paid !n advance enrept tiiose by rtKiilar cu tomers whose iircount are paid m inthly or those f'-oiu organizations whose bills must he allowed bef( re being paid. In Oie i,.,r nasi the person askinir uie at S(. Petersburg, the Philadelphia r.. . . - .1 EPIDEMIC FEAR RISES TODAY IN Phillies at Winter' Haven and the $9.25 & 9.76; lights. $8.759.40; light llEhts. $8.604119.00; packers, $8.f.0n 9.25; pigs. $6.008.50. CATTLE. 10,000: steady. Calves BESIEGED CITY publication if the notice will be held 1,600; steady. Beef steers: good and choice. $9.50 12.25; common rcsponsioic ior !;" (Continued from Page 1) and medium. $7.009.60; yearlings $9,004? 12.25. Butcher cattle Busiress Services Brooklyn Dodgers at Clearwater. The champion New York Giants will move their camp from Pensa-colu to Havana and the St. Louis Cardinals will change from Braden-ton lo Daytona Beach. The Chicago Cubs and Pittsburgl-Pirates will return to California the former to Catalina Island an'' the latter to Paso Rohles. heifers, $4.50011.50; cows, $4.25 test. uel de Cervantes at Cartagena, the government today claimed that police discovered a "vast nazi espion (fiti.SO: bulls, $4.506.25; calves $4.509.5O; feeder steers, $4.50' Twelve I'h'ilottraphs. Solve twelve Xmas giti problema. Make the ap Mrs. John Park enter Mr. and age and propaganda organization" 8.00; Blocker steers. $4.50 7.75 ; a euchre party Saturday in Cartagena. pointment today. L'asliner tnuaw. stocker cows and heifers, $4.25 6.50. tallied with i evening the and Mrs. H. following guests: Mr W. Broaddus, J. E. Pic- SHEEP. 17.000; 25c lower; me NEW MINISTER NAMED FURNACE REPAIRING. Have that cmrikfi nine renewed now. Esti kell. Mr. and Mrs. Omar McMasters, dium and choice lambs, $8.50 9.00; culls and common, $6.00 7.50; yearlings, $6.508.25; com mates free. Roy Taylor, Phone Mr. and Mrs. Claude Foob and Miss Kathryn Park. Prizes were won by 817-W, tl mon and choice ewes. $2.504.'50; feeder lambs, $6.00 8.00. Mrs. McMasters and Mr. Plckell PARIS, Nov. 25 Mam Dor-moy, 48-year-old socialist undersecretary, today was named successor to Roger Salengro. minister of the interior who committed suicide. FOR SALE high, Miss Park and Mr. Broaddus CHICAGO, Nov. 25 Grains were low. After the games refreshments in fair demand at the opening today Koselawn Leghorn cockerels. A-A-matlng. James M. Crane, 1 mile east of Center church. t22 were served. The home of Wid Harrison In with wheat V to c up. Corn was unchanged to ',4 c up and oats to CAPITALIST DIES rZZl'r IP ALACK Show From IOC " American 2 to 11 P. M. 25c L"UBh Hi,! . . . TONITE . . . U.'TW Jk Jts$ J ,.,,,lll,lIM.W,,r,,M the east part of town burned to the Late model 1036 Ford Tudor De- 14 c up. WHEAT: Dec, 117 '-; May, 115-116: July, 105-. IN MIAMI TODAY ground Monday evening about Stanford Mentor Picks Washington For Bowl Classic CHICAGO, Nov. 25 The Wash ington Huskies today stood out ai the choice of coach Tiny Thornhill of Stanford to represent the west Coast in the Rose Bowl game. Stopping off here with his squac' to shiver through a practice on Stagg field before leaving for New York to meet Columbia. Coach Thornhill declared: "Despite the Tact that Santa Clare is the only remaining unbeaten ani1 untied major team in the country. Luxe, S-J73. A bargain. maii ri.mii iiaviiii-nt. See H. ltufflngton. o'clock. The family had gone away CORN: (new) Dec. 106-106 M; K-,.ii.vlu7 1.1' rail AT,H;I. tit) from home for the evening. The fire May, 99-Vfe; July, 95; (old) May. 98 4. OATS: Dec. 45-45 ; May, 44 lift; July, 41-42. was caused from a defective fluf and very little of the household soods was saved. Exclusive Hernat yarn for hand-knits. Vogue styles. Instructions hv aDDointiieut. Phone S30 and (MIAMI, Fla,., Nov. 23 William Francla Whitman, Miami Beach and Chicago capitalist, died here early today following a short illness. Whitman was an extensive developer of Miami Beach property, and owned a large printing establishment In Chicago. t!9 98, Derexa Wisehart. Mr. and Mrs. George Short were Sunday guests of their son Mr. and t!8 Turkeys. S41 N. 7th St. Mrs. Jay Short and family in Terrr COUNTY HAS 17 ENROLLED THIS SEASON AT I. U. One KarniUl tractor outfit, com-nleie. 4 Eood cows, 2 yearling Haute. Mr. and Mrs. Robert P. Stokes liHifers. 1 good sow and 15 fall, the Broncos haven't a chance on be and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Newland of pigs. Rosioe Walker, 31 Black-man street. tl8 JUNEAU PLANE LONG OVERDUE (Continued from Page 1) ing selected. Clinton spent Sunday with Mr. and "In fact, I believe that Washing Mrs. Orville Adams. under way in Indianapolis. The following Vermillion county ton could lose- to Washington State Mr. and Mrs. Leo Schlosser and Comb honey'. 15c lb. Extracted, 45c quart. H. Wardrop, 1605 South Third street.. tl8 Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dwiggins of students are enrolled at Iudiana n their Thanksgiving day battle'and till be assured of nose Bowl selec Waynetown were Sunday guests of Lunch room. 227 Mulberry St. t!7 tion. Mr. and Mrs. V. B. Dwiggins. university this semester: Cayuga: Malcolm Porter. Clinton: Ettore Antonini, Tony "Technically Washington will be Mrs. Grace Carithers of Gessie James 15tf Want coal hauling, phone 890-W. Coal. Fox, ndlsputed champion of the Coast spent Sunday with her son. Attorney CORDOVA. AV.ska, Nov. 25 Considerable apprehension was felt here today for 14 persons in a trl-motored plane, ong overdue on the short 500-mile flight to Juneau. The plane took off here Monday morning at 9 o'clock with Pilot diet Brown In charge. Twelve passengers and Brown's mechanic also were aboard the plane. Campagnoll, Chris Dal Sasso, Mon- I. W. Carithers and family. Other Conference only if they win Thursday. Defeat will mean a lie with nie Dotlich. Joe Giacoletti. Millard Marshall (medical school. Indianap quests were Judge and Mrs. W. C. Wait. Washington State. But Washington's record in the fact of a tougher olis), Chadwena Swayne, Frank Talbott. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Carmack were hedule is jnore impressive than the weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Har tlel your or lers in now for Thanksgiving. Turkeys, geese, ducks and fat liens at lowest prices In years. I'lioin J55-W, Keeder'g Feed & Poultry Market, tl" YOU ARE L08INO MONEY ON furniture and other household articles wh'Ch you are not using Cash In on them through the, For Sale columns. For Sale Coal old McKinney in Clinton. Cougars." party at the home of Mrs. Douglas j Dana: Jack Bales, Karl Dicken, Bruce Douglas, Martha Rhoades. Perrysville: Elizabeth Carpenter. Myrna La Tourette. . Newport: Helen Mitchell, Ralph Rev. and Mrs. C. E. Beebee and Miss Blanche Eggleston will spend Worth Trying Go deep enough and you will And in everyone some spring of Reid Tuesday evening, Dec. 1. There will be an exchange of gifts. A covered dish supper will be served at 6:30. Thanksgiving with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Friends, who live south of Van Vliet. ; Lafayette. Rev. land Mrs. Beebee will also visit Mr. Beebee's son, Rev. Harry Beebee Parker and family at Delphi and will return home on Monday. COMMITTEE OF THREE SEEKING PEACE PARLEY For good conl phone 707-W. OOtf FOl'RTH VI IN COAL, VNIVKRSAL, MIAMI NO. 4, AND BLACK HKTTV NO. 5. HAKLEY HUFFMAN, PHONE 10. 4tf Born to Mr. and Mrs. Niel Robert (Continued from Pace 1) son of Newport a son, Sunday. Nov. Thurs. - Fri. - Sat. Comedy "Diamonds in the Rough" Paramount News Continuous Thursday 2 to 11 P. M. 10c 25c FOR RENT 22. The baby's name Is Byron. Mrs. Robertson before her marriage was Miss Louise Foos. PCKC t!7 Vodern room. 458 Elm St. THEPCrURES Mrs. G. E. Bingham and Mrs. WANTED rnzjW Win. Hegarty attended a bridge party at the home of Mrs. Harry Caldwell in Clinton Monday afternoon. effectuate a peaceable closing of Uk existing gap in union labor, the A F. of L. will then appeal to each of the CIO unions separately to come back into the fold of the old-guard ranks. These overtures will be backed up by A. F. of L. asburance that there is no objection to industrial unions, calling for a single union for each big industry. It was support for just such unions as this which started the CIO, in defiance of the old-guard A. F. of L. theory of craft unionism. Mr. and Mrs. Orville Adams, Mrs. L. Saunders. Mrs. V. N. Asbury. River bottom land. Will purchase tracts of 80 acres or more. Give particulars and price. Write Box (1. Alvin III. t26 Man or wo nan for night d ity at hotel. Experience necessary. Write H Bex 4 42, Clinton. t!8 Mrs. J. N. Jones and Mrs. Harold V. I nl Jones attended a dinner and meeting of the Order of Eastern Star at Perrysville Monday evening. LOST Dr. and Mrs. J. L. Saunders and daughters Mary and Margaret spent Tangled lives and secret romances revealed in the moil unusual and susaense-ful picture ever made...with the year's most important cast . . . highlighted by the moil uproarious comedy the screen has ever seen I Sunday in Chicago. They attended Parker fountain pen with name Pauline Tate. Return 73 5 Nebe-ker street. hockey game and were dlnner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Alex Stud- ham and family at Oak Park. III. Black leather purse containing keys. fountain pen and other valuables. Reward for return of keys and pen nt Cllntoni!i office. 119 Attorney and Mrs. Wm. Beeler at Boots Long in Use Boots have been worn since antiquity. Until recent times, boots, and shoes, too, were made so they could be worn on either foot. Since they were not shaped to fit the foot, they were naturally very tended the home coming "held at the Christiau Church in Clinton Sunday. The Queen Esther Sunday School class will hold its annua) Cbristmus Size of Plants Plants ar i flowers range in size from microscopic organisms too minute to re seen with the naked eve to the 1: aves of the Royal water lily, which attain a breadth of five feet and c:n bear theT weight of several hui'-an niih!M. IKllllllllH' wl.ttc 11 Yvott' COLUMBIA Me Thursday Only Last Times Tonight This is SmdboL QlaiLbu speaking z I've come to invite you all to share the adventures of Billy and Betty on H V1SFE TO smi&n, cuius EJirjD iascinating picture-story by Brandon Walsh All you have to do is get this newspaper every day starting November 27th. Then you can follow the pictures of their exciting Journey, and see how they finally reach my palace just in time for Christmas! You won't want to miss this treat so be sure to look for it in Daily Clintonian White Swan Blanford FICJII FRY Every Friday Night DANCING Good Music Everybody Welcome WilHiim Grimm, Prop. "The Law in Her Hands' Willi MARGARET LINDSAY GLENDA FARRELL WARREN HULL Popeye in "Brotherly Love" JEAN HERSHOLT ROCHELLE HUDSON -HELEN VINSON SUM SUMMERVILLE-ROBERT KENT DOROTHY PETEHSON JOHN QUALE IUI 01NEKART J. EDWARD BR0MBER6 SARA MADE TOM MOORE 6E0R6E ERNEST - MONTAGU LOVE Tween at nW Dues Ovatmarie'i Poogroph .Meier h let lMnm Or AUm f Dmlm Directed by Norman Taurog CK A- ewcri terl CrrU end H'M W MARGARET SULLA VAN in "The Moon is Our Home" with HENRY FONDA and CHARLES BUTTERWORTH Colored Cartoon Novelty Shop 10c and 15c DAIISE T0I1ITE at the IS Mill '! " .. . i 1 rY7We (ill.' ffep 1 i a n u c k f , GREE J INN CAFE HI fl H SZ.Zr I CENTENARY ALL KINDS OF BEER Continuous Show Tomorrow 2 to 11 P. M. to ttu wUtor of thU wapip and oik him lac os. i i e."'TT!lIlX

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