The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana on December 1, 1936 · Page 6
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Tuesday, December 1, 1936
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Page 6 The Dally Clintonian, Clinton, Indiana Tuesday, December 1, 1936 "Mystery Man" Dies CLASSIFIED ADS King Winter Comes to Toivn in Big Way SUMMIT GROVE CORRESPONDENCE FAIRVIEW MAN r """'"" U UIII.SMMWSWW I. U.IIJII.1. HIS Pill. - . , ' i i Lady motorist snowbound lady who was forced to wade through drifts to reach her automobile Hundreds of others wers marooned by icy pavements. First heavy snow of the winter left Cleveland blanketed to a depth of nine Inches and caused such grief for motorists, among them this young PALACE .t-1 if WEDSSATURDAY Ralph Whitworth Marries South Bend Woman in Ceremony At Parsonage FAIRVIEW, Dec, 1 Ralph Whit worth, son of Mrs. Mary Whitworth and Mrs. Clara Taylor of South Bend were united in marriage Sat urday alternoon at 3 o'clock at the parsonage by Rev. Harold R. Holch-kiss. A single ring ceremony was used. Attendants were Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. Whitworth will go to housekeeping on Fulton street In a few days. Mr and Mrs. Jesse Nevins spent Thursday with Mr. and Mrs. Geoig Myers of Terre Haute. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas MiCrea and Mrs. Mary Potter spent Thursday with Mr. and Mrs. Arthur McCrea and family of Clinton. Chester Dillberk or Taylorville 111., spent Thursday with bis broth er. John. Mrs. Emma Crane spent Thursday with her sister, Mrs. Mary Helt of Clinton. Mrs. Alex Fail Ms and daughter Norma Jean and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Murray were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Grantham of Lyford. Mrs. Emma Crane spent Sunday with her son, O. D. Crane, west of Kan-view. Fred Reynolds of C. C. C. of Waveland spent Thanksgiving with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alex Reynolds. Mrs. Perry Clark and Mrs. Mary Helt and daughters Ruth spent Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. Rex Myers of St. Bern ice. Mr. and Mrs. Wandus McKee and daughter Florence Mac of Chrisman 111., were Thanksgiving day guests of Mrs. Malinda McKee. Mr. and Mrs. Luther O'Brien and family of Linton were Friday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Simpson. Betty Ellen Ferguson of Hun sen speut Wednesday night and Thurs day with Mary Cargal. Mrs. Ida Eller spent Monday In Indianapolis. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Griffins and sous attended a birthday dinner at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Allen Mc-Master of Cayuga. Mrs. Harry Jones of Terre Haute was Sunday guests of Mrs. Byron Hunter. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Cottrell and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Peck and family of Paris, III., were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Peck. Mr and Mrs. Homer Stutlcr and family spent Thursday and Friday with Mr. and Mrs. Earl Griffins and family of Brazil. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Stutler and Howard Grounds spent a few days with Mr. and Mrs. Lee Grounds of Clay City. Miss Bernice McNauglit of Terre Haute spent the week with Mrs. Ids Eller. Mrs. Mary Williamson of Torre Haute was the Sunday guest of Mrs. Ida Eller. Mr. and Mrs. Aldyce Pavey of Chi cago speut a few days with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Barton Pavey. Mr. and Mrs. Emjle Prulhiere and daughter .Maxiue had as their Thanksgiving guests Mr. and Mrs Edwin Clark and family. Mr. and Mrs. Horace Little and family of Center. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Davis and family and Cecil Davis, all of f'rawfordsville. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Shannon and family moved from Fairview to Clinton. Fred Blackburn Is confined to his home witli illness. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Ellis Simpson of Toledo, O.. are spending a few days with his lather. Ed Simpson. Thomas Fyfe spent Thanksgiving day with relatives in Terre Haute. Mrs. Wiliieliniite Gusnell spent Saturdav in Terre Haute. Mr. and Mrs. Jaiues Keuwirk and family moved from Cltntou to th Croup of Young People Spend Thanksgiving Day in East Chicago SUMMIT GROVE, ..ov. 30 The following young people spent Thanksgiving day with Mr. and Mrs. Joe Helt of E. Chicago: Jim Bone-brake, Lena Raynes, Lauren Miller, Miss Thelma James, Shirley Earles, Louise Helt. Clark and Harold Hum-mersley, Mary Belle Lorhman and Charles MiCarly. Mrs. Eschol Mack received word Wednesday of the deatli of Mrs. Chester Albel. of Peoria, III. Before her marriage she was Miss Ruth Mitchell. James Blakcsly. who has employment at St. Ixiuis, Mo,, spent Thanksgiving with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Blakesly of Ilelt's Prairie. Mrs Albert Gilmore and children 'f'tcrf Mrs M. Southard of Hillsdale Thursday. .Mr. and Mrs. John Sims of Indianapolis, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Dill-man of Kokomo and Miss Dorothy Dove of Clinton spent Thanksgiving with Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Dove. Roy Jenks of Chicago is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Mort Miller, Mrs. Viola - Ferguson spent ThsnksTivln lth her soli atid wile. Mr. and Mrs. Charley Ferguson of Mr,.BMd Mrs, .-Eschol Mack were llnner" gues'S of Mr.' and Mrs. Har- -ild Marv of Clinton Thursday. Rev, Harold Hotchkiss and wife T'e I'litnp- p-itestB Thursday of Mr. rd Mrs. Harlo Frist of Hell's Prai rie. Mr. and Mrs' Emanuel Dickey and mi!v wro rtin"pr lues's of Mr. and Chester Dickey of Parke Coun ty. SETTLEMENT OF FRENCH DEBT IN 'GENERAL' STAGE (Continued irom rage 1 Trobiem. hopes for two collateral advantages: a loan on the American market, now barred because of the Johnson act against loans to default ers; and America's blessing to a new Franco-British treaty of mutual re sistance against an aggressor. Many Foreigners Are Enlisting in Franco's Fascist Forces; Body of 5,000 Germans in Spanish Ports Continued from Page 1) this in no way constituted violation of the Spanish neutrality pact, since the volunteers are not conscripted or solicited in any way. British Government Considers Bill That Would Prevent Marriage of King Without Consent of Council (Continued from Page 1 cornnat'nu would be binding if th;s wet important and integral part verc eliminaied from the ceremony. REBEL DRIVE FAILS; REDS LAUNCH GREAT COUNTER-OFFENSIVE tr'nntlnneij from PaK 1) is'r atiark." failed, and the pen-luluin of the conflict swung again i) favor of the leftists. Niutuiiial 1'ush Heavy shelling of the loyalist po-itioni at 11 p. in. last nicht signalized the beginning of the insurrec-tos' push. Relentlessly the bombardment continued, pufts of smoke and flame rising In the moonlight, while one million Badrilenians cow ered in subway stations and cellars Buildings all over town vibrated. The American embassy, where thin correspondent and many others spent a wide-eyed night, shook as in an earthquake. By Catherine Douccf, Florence Hue, Robert soung In "Ihe Ixxigest Night" Rates for Classified Ads and Paid Notices Firet day of insertion: 8c for each reading line (one column line, like one of these). Next two days insertion: the same 8c charge (you get three days at double the cost of the first day). Next three days insertion: the same 8c charge (you get a whole week, six days, at three times the cost of one insertion). Each group of three days there after. 8c a line. Mark Fa (like this), 10c per Hue. . All classified ads Including memo-rtenis and bum fee of all kinds must be paid In advanre except those by regular cumUtmrn whose accounts are paid monthly or those from or ganizations wnuae Dins must oe allowed before bring paid. In the laUer ease the person asking the publication of the notice will be held reMponsiMe tor us payment. Business Services Mrs. Andrew Barber, seamstress, has moved to 805 Walnut street. t3 FOR SALE Lunch room '227 Mulberry street. t23 Guaranteed mine mules. 46 to 68 inches. William's, south of Dent ing Park on Fruitridge Ave., Terre Haute. Good furnace, elevator, used lumber and brick. Ninth street at railroad crossing. t2Sf Roselawn Leghorn cockerels. A-A-mating. James M. Grace, 1 mile east of Center church. t22 Coal. Want coal hauling. Kox, phone 890-W. James 15tf For Sake Coal Jackson Hill six-incb lump, Ray Baiid, phone 688-M. 3.40 18tt For good coal phone 7B7-W. 60 tl FOl'RTH VKINCOAL, I'KIYKRSAL, MIAMI NO. 4, AM) BLACK BKTTV NO. 5. HARLKV Hl'KF- MAN. PHONE 10. 4lf WANTED Girl to work in cafe. Tavern. Dorman' 12 River bottom land. Will purchase tracts of 80 acres or more. Give particulars and price. Write Box II, Alvin 111. t26 PAID NOTICES NOTK'E! All water consumers who re- reived delinquent notices are notl fied tliat unless arrangements for iMuiuent are made by delinquent date, service will be discontinued without further notice. Clinton Mater I tilMy. 121 NOTICE! To all members of Local Union No. 4599. The following voting places for election of district offi cers, Dec. 8. Universal 10 a. m., Blauford 11-1. Centenary 3 p. m., Clinton 4-7 p m Terre Haute 8-9 p. m. 127 The only gift that only you cau iive. vour pliototrranh. Make the appointment today. Cushnrr Studio. 124' NOTICE, EAGI.KK! Big social night for members and families at 7 p. m. Thursday. Ladies to bring either pie or cake. Biugo and other games will be played, i. C. Hayslett. sec y. t23 FOR RENT Two furnished light housekeeping rooms. 900 S. Main St. 124 Two room furnished 100S South 4th. apartment. .Markets. CHICAGO, Dec. 1. JJvestoi k: HOGS. 43 0OO; steady: holdovers 2.0(10; top. 10; hulk, I9.40&9.85: heavy. $9.2!; ff 1 0.00 : medium, f 10.00; light. $9 00 9.75: light lights, 18.606. 35: packing sows. S. 50& 9.40; pigs. 16.00 (u 8 25. CA1TLK. 10,000; steady. Calves. Z.5M0; steady. Beef steers: good and choice, Ilium' 12 60; common and medium. J7 00ft 10.00; yearlings, 60 12.75. Butcher cattle: hellers, 15.00 11.50; cows. $4 25Q 7.0i; hull". 14.256 6. &; calves. 15 006 10.00; feisdor steers. J4.50 7.75: Blocker steers. 4 50 J50; Blocker cows and baiters. 4 256 6 60. SHEKP. 9,000: steady: medium and choice lambs, . 506 9-25; tulls and common. 17.006 8 50: yearlings. 6 006 8.00: cuiumou and choice ewes. $2 6i6 4.5o; feeder lambs, ft. 606 00. CHICAGO. Dee. 1 Grain futures were uneven at the opening today. Wheat was unchanged to lower; corn 14 e lower to 44 c higher, oats unchanged and soybeans 1c up. WHEAT: Dec.. 120V-; May, 117-lls; July, 1061,-107. COK.N': (new) Dec., 104'i-105; May, 100V4-'.: July, 96-96Vi; (old) May, 99 ; July. 5K- OATS: Dec, 45 H; May, 45-45 H; July. SOYBEANS: Dec., 134; May. 134&. Piraeus, Canoe -r To piragua is a canoe ' made from the hollowed trunk of a tree or a kind of flat-bottomed barge with two ousts. Washington street properly vacaieu by Weavers. Martin Harper of Cayuga spen Thursday and Friday with Raymond Gross. Mr. and Mrs. Irvin W right of Atn erton were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mis. Jacob Bryant and Thomas Fyfe. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lewis and Mrs. Etta Clark were Sunday guests of Mrs. Bert Howard and family of Tennessee Valley. Rav Munson is spending a few days In Springfield. 111. Mrs. Eleanor Fyfe of Terre Haule spent Sunday with her sister, Mrs. Jacob Bryant, and brother, Thomas Fyfe. Dave Davis spent the past few days with his daughter, Mrs. Harold Sheldon of Indianapolis. Margaret Petak of Terre Haute spent Sunday with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Petak. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Whitworth of Lewis were Sunday guests of his mother, Mrs. Mary Whitworth. Carol Peck spent three days with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Peck of Paris. III. Mrs. Herschell Robertson of Terre Haute spent the past few days with her parents Mr. and Mrs. I-eonard Prulhiere. Mrs. Robertson has been confined to her bed here with Illness. Carl Myers and son of Center had as Thanksgiving day guests Mr. and Mrs. James Myers of St. Bernice. Inez Heber of Center, Mr. and Mrs, Eaton Myers of Crompton Hill. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Eaton of Terre Haute. Mr. and Mrs. James Wake of Clinton, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Eaton nd Clee J. Sprague of Fairview. Correction An item in Saturday's Clintoiiiau stated that Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Thonias of Jasonvillc spent Thursday w'th Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Thomas. It should have read: Mr. and Mrs. William Thomas and family and Leonard Thomas of Jasonvllle spent Thursday Willi Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Thonw. TWO ARRESTED HERE MONDAY Mrs. Holrn ;iaol,.o ami Guy Kay of Kwkviile were arrested yon-torday nn vharzrH of drunkt'iijosH. Tliey are to f died heforc Mayor C, M. Ziuk today. rharleH Anderson. H. son of r. fl'-lcu Giaf-oletto. was jiirkcd up by polite yBterday for refusing to attend v hool. He was taken to Newport and (urued over to Mn. Nina A i km it n Thomas, county probation officer. Plenty of Faults If the best man's faults were Titter, on his forehead, it would .-i-M -.- tn i-i" ho or hie pv TONIGHT Another Warning Sent As Oriental Fighting Goes On NANJIMJ. Dec. 1 Cbiua today dili'.i'.ed to Japan the second strong warning witiiiu a week regarding uie current fighting in inner Mongolia. "Cl;ina cannot allow her territorial integrity to be infringed on any pretext whatever," the warning stat ed, "if any unprovoked aggression or illegitimate interference should ever arise, China is prepared to re sist them with all her utrength and resources." t Japanese-Ma nil ukuo troops have iieeu reported engaged in activities in inner Mongolia recently. Tokyo has asserLed they were "aotj-com-munist' crusades. TOKYO. iHiv. 1 - Their suicidal political gesture a failure, two men were arrested today for p foiling t' murder Premier Kokl Hiro'a by dynamite, Police said th" Klnyiug was planned "lo aUract puhlir attention" tb ' . rattan depute iu Kukusiiijuia preff-rlure. MI ISLE VYKimiNG C(UMHO An :i;raordinary "don bl wedding" bus taken plae in the town of Iiulangoda. Ceylon. Kirikumla. aed 4". and his "bride" Kiriinenka, aged 4$, were married at liie name time as their daughter, Sophia. The parents "lapse' in not having marrird earlier was due, they said, to their dread of heavy marriage expenst and to their fear of "ol her f neon venieucs" such as the possible iiHcestsity for a divorce. f ' X . Sir Bail ZaMroff . Death from a heart attack during a visit to Monte Carlo wrote finis to one of the most dramatic careers in modern history that of Bir Basil Zaharoff, "Mystery Man" who was reputed to have made wars, kings and dynasties because of his position as one of Ue world's most powerful munition makers. JAMES GILLIS SERIOUSLY ILL James C. Glllis. owner of the Ciil- lis Drug company and part owner of the local (Jillis drug store, is In critical condition at the Union hospital in Terre Haute, where he now lives. Mr. Glllis underwent two major operations last week and his condition became critical Saturday. Mr. Glllis had lived in Clinton for about 15 years until 1917 when he moved to Terre Haute to make bis borne. Georgia Peach Kathleen Branaen ' Meet the "Sweetheart of Elgin Chi" Miss Kathleen Brannen of Atlanta who was winner of campus-wide contest at University of Georgia to select the most personable and beautiful co-ed as queen of the Georgia chapter of Sigma Chi. Brandon Walsh nT. n I rSSS"W L r x 1 . y f CONFERENCE OPENS SEEKING TO ASSIST TRADE, STOP WARS (Continued from Psge 1) and geographic differences, bu united in the purpose of keeping out of Eurasia's troubles aud increasing their mutual welfare, will gather this afternoon for the momentous parley. Speeches by President Roosevelt and Justo are the only matters scheduled for the opening session of the congress. In stately setting, they will he alone on the platform save for Foreign Minister Carlos Saavedia I-anjas. of Argentina, who will become pcrmmient chairman. LOCAL WOMAN DIES TODAY AT ADVANCED AGE (Continued from Page 1) her friends were many. Survivors UesideB lliohe already mentioned are five granri liildr n, two brothers, Frank Kwinchart, own er of tiwineliart's hardware More and Harry fSwinebart of Jeuver, 'olo., and a iiater, Mrs. Hoiuor KI liott of Clinton. She also leaves to mourn a host of other relatives and friends. Funeral services have not been completed. , yet Worship Their Mountains The mountains in Japan ere objects of religious devotion. Songs of veneration, dedicated to Fujiyama, Hukusan, and other peaks, date bark more than a thousand vears A VISIT TO SANTA CLAUS LAND n1 frilly X) tcicUS'.j-S' ' V-l foe A walk J Ji Jh Z-IW -1 ' V , I iV 7

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