The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana on November 27, 1936 · Page 2
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November 27, 1936

The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana · Page 2

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The Daily Clintonian, Clinton, Indiana Friday, November 27, 1936 Page 2 Target of Rebel Gunfire W. B. SHARP Fairview Park PERONAS STORE Blanford, Indiana 1 f i V It Will Pay You to Read THIS Advertisement! BEAL'S MARKET 328 North Ninth Street Clinton JOHN VALENTE 1301 North Ninth Street Clinton NewCitizens of Vermillion County Comprise One of Largest Groups Ever Awarded Papers in Indiana (Continued from Page 1) linquixh allegiance to other corevn-mnt. They aim nlu-nltli-il tlieir willingness lo hear ami fur t I'nlted States 111 tne event of war. The new citizens nine in use from twenty-four to eventy-fiiur years. Mrs. Ellzalielh Hunhes. 74, who Is fhe mother of eisht chllilreii. was born in Liverpool. England, anil rime here forty-four yearn auo I" join her husband. She now resides In Universal. David Balid. also "4. Is a native of Scotland but has resided lp America twenty-six years His honie is in ('Union. Pete Arcamo. the youngest, is a ... SECONDINO BROS. Universal, Indiana MINNIE GIOVANINI 558 North Eighth Street Clinton rmm- ill : JOHN GAMBAIANI Centenary, Indiana 1 1 409 North Eighth Street Clinton butcher in Clinton. He came to thi 1 country fifteen years as to be with his father. IVAN SVETK0FF 1201 North Seventh Street Clinton VICTOR PAL0NCY Fairview Park 1 A i nil fl ri - ;: ki . II VM I Drill i , - li'i '--u. i FRENCH LABOR CRISIS CAUSES LOCKOUT FEAR SAVE! SAVE! A view of the destruction being wrought in the Spanish capital by rebel bombs and shcllfire is shown in this photo flown to London and radioed to America. The building; was blastrd down to its second story, with a large ' loss of life. CERTIF1E D FLOUR 99c j dent ol the International Telephone land Trleurnph Company in Madrid. 24-Ib. Bag LAST AMERICANS FLEE WAR-TORN CAPITAL TODAY (Continued from re J lug neBOtintlons. Employers today thiealmed t" close their factories to prevent further occupations and Hlnm called an extraordinary cabinet meetiut! for later today. Meanwhile he Is urgently preparing laws for compulsory government arbitration of labor disputes for immediate passage by the chamber of deputies. Blum, informed by the tmployers confederation's action, said: "You have taken a Brave decision. I'll In' as far as I can to attenuate the consequences." I and members of his stuff, who will set ini their headquarters at Valen- RitzCrackers (Contlnuea rrnm ftpe 1) Lima Beans 2 LbS 25c COFFEE Praved Toward the East to have spelll the niehl ill AlltMcel". From time immemorial thousands of temples of worship, including nu 23c Pound Box . Among the rrfugei's was V'iment Patriarca, Ameriian-linrn rw YorU-rr of Italian lineage. He was the merous Christian churches, .lave been constructed so their congrega XT DEUCIO'JS SIPS PURE SANTOS rebel pilot of a plane shot down on tlie Santa Olalla front by loyalist tions faced and prayed toward the East, a custom whose origin is probably rooted in those ancient peoples who once knelt in reverence to the aircraft a month ao. others in CONTRIBUTIONS TO RED CROSS American Ace Matches cluded Col. Snsthenese Mehn. presi- rising sun. Collier's Weclily. i?1 RoyalGelatin Box 5C llSi Lb. . . i9c y ll Boxes iamotuk! You've Never Lived Until You've Tried Those Famous Foods Called FAEMEHS feide ARE GOING UP! Because of world unrest, foreign demand for diamonds is unusually heavy. At a result price are rising almost daily. AU of our diamonds are icl TOMATOES (Continued from Page 1) each. This should have read a: Alva E. Anderson uud Mr. and .Mr William Tlmmerman. Other donations are: Half On tury club, $7.55; Kaiser's Cafe. Pete Secondino. Mrs. Cunningham. Loui: fifecondino. Martha Thomas, and John Socoiidino. J I. oil; Ed Keck 75c; Jack B. Hays. Harry Lewis 50c; Caroline Bazzani. Nick Luearol-li, John Soltis. Jr.. Virgin Vanzo. John Hays. Johm Dalton, Tom Ko-lando. A Friend. William Spurr. Andrew Soyach, Louis Calvetti. IVtc O-ugllelmetti. Joe Valloslo. Lucy Massa, James Simm. Harry Davis William Stacy. Burl Spurr. Ma'in Maraldi. and Joe Fitak. 25c: Tom Granger. Albert Kvans, Tony Trost-key, Joe Marclnko. Pete Tomei. Sam Kearns. William: Miesmcr, 15c. John Airola. Ed Searing. Mik Donlnl, Frank Storms. Tony Airola. Thajnnie Foltz. (William Verhonik Richard Golns. Ruth olnman. Gladys Swlckard. Mike Rodnsovlrh. Kenneth Thompson, Gabor Takat. James QUarelo. Charles Gincoletfo. Georsc Wieldinir, William Vltallf. Leo Martin. Jack Lucas. Frank Gorsha. William Counsel. William Hughes James Mooney. Boy Kybee, Mary Seiddo. John Soltis. Otis Spurr. En-! Cans J No. 2 Cans. 25c Zj Cans. . . - 29c rSES PEAS Fine Quality in beautiful hand-made yellow gold mountings made by Mr. Faraco. Something different at prices ranging from $10.00 to $500.00! Place Your Christmas Orders Now' Use Our Lay-Away Plan! FARACOS CORN ItM'Ot-jMU-Hlt'd ) COFFEE CRACKERS 215 South Main Street Phone 349-W (IccasoAPll Farmer's Pride I Liberty Bell I 1 !"() Snrtp of IVrmhlul Women I 1 gene Refce. Martin Fltak. Goldle Douglas and William Brann. 10c: Vick Reginatto. 5c; Joe Vanzo. 4ftc: Oscar Waltlgny. 5c: Pasqual Massa. 20c; and A Friend. 15c. 20 j OXYDOL ft 17ft ll T) IIP Pound Can . . . , SUGA 49c AFL CONVENTION TO END UNHAPPY SESSIONS TODAY (Continued from Page 1 will be re-elected to the jjnltl m-v. However, this selection may provide mild fireworks IteoHUKp Knni of lIh Lewis sympathizer liere phiimcd to ask Green some emtiarmwiiic t ligations.. President (Jren is a nu-mlicr of the suspended United Mine Workers union, which John Iwln hhh. and GROCER WHO GIVES AWAY mickeymouse; scrap books 10c 125c Boiling Beef which Ib the spearhead of ihe LwIk fnrtiiHtrlal union rebellion. ! Lew in sympathizers in tliis run- i FREE ; WALT 0ISNET ENTERPRISES Beef Roast ib.l5c veiition planned to ask fJiecn today how he. a member of a kii upended union, could considtM' hiinm-Jf eligible for re-elect it ni- He wants boys and girls to have fun, to he sells the bread with a NEW Mickey Mouse picture card with every loaf . . . and he will tell you how to oet Ihe scrap book FREE! How soon will you have a full set pasted in? H knowt what's the BEST lot boyt 22c CUT FROM SMALL LOINS, LB . 'MISTER' CAUSES KENTUCKY DEATH Potatoes- 35 c Bananas 4 u 25c SWEET 'c OCr POTATOES O JC FLORIDAS fh P- Uranges e Zoc Celery 5c-10c Leaf Lettuce ib 10c PORK CHOPS Sugar Cured PICNIC HAMS WHITESBrHG.- Ky.. Nov. 27- j Sam Branham. SO. wad held with- j out bond on a eharce of murder to- J day, because Jim Fuprate. 33. failed j ib. 19c ond girls. That's why he carries our bread. It reaches row FRESH . . J with all the GOODNESS waled in ... a crisp, brawn crust . . . light and smooth alt through. It's great with jam and as GOOD for you as to Bmile when he called Sam "mw-t-r." . Branliam allegedly shot Fugate to death in a Bath county roadho'.it'' tiermise the latter addreexed him an 'mister.' t Bacon sliced ib. 29c Pure Lard 2ib.2Sc Itmiifttfiu the exprettKioii was Bti it TASTES. Try it TODAY I BREAD perfluoun. Hrallhatn deialed after ll i arrest for the tilay "I ahhor liixr wttrdH. Joe Day. proprietor r the road BETTER TASTE BETTER TOAST nmne, woo was slichi'V woundml in the shooting crai)e. Branliam bad been drinking. as

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