The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana on December 2, 1936 · Page 9
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The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana · Page 9

Clinton, Indiana
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Wednesday, December 2, 1936
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Page 9 The Daily Clintonian, Clinton, Indiana Wednesday, December 2, 1936 Leon Degrelle, Leader of 'Rexist' Party, Watches for Dictatorship As Belgium Swings to Nationalism ou Mn ) Mrs. Itn dic Karris. Misses Clara and Cathryn (Joi'orth. Miss Mary Helt, Francis Johnson. Marjorie Haiidall, Doris Collier and Mailalfne White, teachers, spent the vara t inn wh h their respective parents. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Howard and son Karl spent Thank striving day with Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Howard at Fairview. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Russell nn-..ertained relatives from Cary over the weekend. Ma rtaret Hrown spent Frida v In Danville, 111. Mrs. Myrtle J. mil and Mrs. Mary It a wis spent Sal urday all '-rnoMti in Clinton wph Mrs. Clara Kmily Ib-ard it Clinton hospital. Sues Aimec Rheba Splivalo Latest chapter in the eventful career of Aimee Semple McPherson, much-publicized Los Angelea evangelist, came when she was sued for J 1.080,000 by another evangelist. Rheba Crawford Spli-valo, above, who charged her with slander. Niagara Sacrifices Many The Indians about Niagara have a tradition that the Falls demand two human sacrifices every year, and the number of accidents and suicides there is more than large i enoueh to maintain this average. & if J " N i 1 ; of tho dciilh of her sisier. Mm. Blanche Mu'DowHI, of Danville, 111., on Saturday night. Ftitu nil services were held at (he home of Mrs. Kl-mer Chun-h on Monday. Mrs. Myrtle Beard. Mr. and Mrs. Shelby Blylhe and Mrs. Sam lilythe attended the funeral. Mrs. Mume Hussey and children of Decatur, 111.. Mr. and Mrs. Ml Us Piker und family of T'-n Haute and Mrs. Myrtle Heard and children were Thanksgiving guents of Mr. and Mis. Samuel Illy the. Miss Uulh Coke Hpnt Sunday with Iter cousin. Harold Cooke, and family. Other guests were Mr. and Mth, Clyde Cooke and Mr, and Mrs. Klein Cooke. Mrs. Kathleen Sweeny and boys spent Thanksgiving vacation with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Kerns. Mr. and Mrs. Clarencp Church and family spent Thanksgiving day with Mrs. Chun h's mot her. Mrs. Han-nah Malone of Fairview. Mr. and Mrs. Maynara oarnaM and family were Thanksgiving truest? of Miss Calli Hunt and daughter. Mr. jmd Mrs. Bill Spchs and chil-d re n of Indianapolis and Mr, and Mrs. James giving with Morgan spent Thanks-1 Mr. and Mrs. Harry Malone. M r. a n d M rs. Opcm r Ch u r-h a nd daughter Lorraine spent Thanksgiving day with Mrs. Chun -b's sister. Mr-'. Lei iiia Songbers and family near Ridley, 111. Mrs. Lura I'otter hrf purchased the Hume retail rant, i'on'i rlv DANA S.S. CLASS IS ENTERTAINED Mrs. Orva Randal! Hostess Group of Thirty-Five; Dinner Served for DANA, Dec. 2--Mm. Orna Randall entertained the Marthas of Bethany S. S. class at her home n Wednesday night. Rev. and Mth. (J. S. Iily and Ui" hiiMiunds and families of the members were guests. About thirty-five were present. Airs. Oscar Church finv h de-votirmals with Dr. Holland' theme on Thanksgiving as a subject. Talks were given by Rev. and Mrs. Rcr-dy. ft. V. McReynolds and Mrs. Clarence Church had charge of two contests, prizes were awarded to. Mrs. Roy Trnitt. Mrs. Claude I,ockri(U'e and Mrs. McReynolds. A covered dish dinner was served. Tommy Whalen of Camartro. III., spent Sunday with his eot.sin, Mrs. Corda Railey. Mr, and Mrs. Walter IJnne of Danville. 111., spent Thanksgiving day with the Intter's mother. Mis. Corda Railey. Mr. and Mrs. Don HiMMirandt and eon Donny of Mukeaon. Mich., and Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Davis and children of Crawfordsville were citepts with Mrs. Harriet Rrard and daughter, Mrs. Mary Rawls. on Thanksgiving Day. Mrs. Samuel Rlyihe received word jv CS M 'Sardine' Named for Irland The name "sardine" is derived from the name of the island of Sardinia, in the Vediterranoun .sea where these small fish abound. Sardines -include fish of several dJu-r-ent varieties, among them pjh .' ;?id. the bristling or sprat, pnd the her-ting. Mice Cause Suit Mice which gnawed when! -tncks started a against the government of Australia for inrnj ensa tjon which hs be en scaled, 'sl.ittru-j. :7."'K bftei neatly 2U ye;ri s t h f- government First Missouri Valley Court Trip fir. American court session 1 the Missouri valley was hold by he lev is and Clark expedition June 2?t, li;04, on the spot that is now Kjnsas City, Kan., to try a , for H:-nl-nnpc M " i ..jiiiiiij n , hum j iuimiii ii i mj iii jw ii ii. , inn jx i.'iim i-ii.i in . -wn i 1 ' j Bur-r-r! COLD WEATHER IS COXING FAST! No Use To Walk When You Can Drive a UscdGar So Ch'eaply LOOKatTHESE 1932 Plsrmouth Sedan New Paint' Overhauled $225 932 Chevrolet Sedan Overhauled . Newly Painted $245 1931 Chevrolet Master Coach Reconditioned New Paint $195 1931 Chevrolet Four-Door Sedan New Paint Overhauled $225 Two 1934 Ford V8 Deluxe Tudor Sedans - Heaters Radios 1931 Chevrolet Coach Newly Painted Reconditioned $225 1934 Chevrolet Four-Door Sedan Heater Radio 1933 Chevrolet 1 1 -Ton Truck 131 -inch Wheelbase Dual Wheel 1932 Chevrolet 1 J -Ton Truck 131-inch Wheelbue Dual Wheeli Two 1935 Ford V8 Deluxe Tudor Sedans One With Heater One With Radio 1928 Chevrolet Coach A Good Buy! Ford Model A Pick-up Truck Two 1926 Model T Ford Sedans One Extra Good Come In! Let Us Explain Our Easy-Payment Plan! oloman Auto Co. 335 South Third St. Phone 427 A devout Catholic, he bids for church support as Insurgent generalissimo Francisco Franco does in Spain. , Neutrality Sought But principally Degrelle Is a Belgian nationalist, standing for a strong, unified Belgium and particularly for a Belgium thoroughly an1 truly neutral, unlnvolved in any scheme of foreign alliances. Hostility to France marks the program of the "rexlsts" party. Degrelle and his followers want none of the French plan to implicate. And today, so powerful has the new party become, starting from the status of an undercover movement, that It is held principally responsible for forcing the king to revise his Locarno policy, repudiate the Franco-Belgian alliance and proclaim re-establishment of Belgian neutrality, shattered by the Versailles treaty. Political Strip Line Degrelle's rise has been meteorlike. Son of a Frenchman. He made his political debut Ave years ago as organizer of the publicity campaign of the Catholic party. "Rex" dates only from 1934. But nationalism Is growing in Belgium as the red wave recedes. Of all the "dark-horse dictators" in Europe. Degrelle seems the most likely to succeed. 234-38 Elm Street V 1 1 11 I ZZ W .. v iim 234-38 Elm Street .- ' Leon Degrelle BRUSSELS, Deo. 2 Candidate fur the dictatorship of HelKium is U im Dtgrelle. Rapper, energetic, 30 years old but backed by five years experience in the rounh and tumble of postwar European politics, Denrelle represents a powerful personality, a ready speaker and a magnetic manner, coupled with a batch of the new "i,ms" that have lured nations into fresh systems of government. Powerful New Tarty' Out of these he has coined bis new "rexlFm," a movement that is sweeping Belgium today, already remoulding her foreign policy and threatening to overthrow the established regime. Typical would-be-dictator. I?i3 model, he is, in the Jargon of the continent, a "corporativist" a page from Mussolini's book. Degrelle would put Into practice II Duce's cherished plan to break up parliament and replace it by a body based on business, trades and labor unions rather Uian popular representation. Another Ketihrer He iB an " authoritarian" a steal from Hitler's "leader principle" Like Hitler, "Leader" Is the title he favors for himself. He believes in party supervision of the state administration and particularly of the state administrators. That is something Stalin practices. Where Bine Is Green The names and reputations of places are sometimes deceptive thus the Pacific Ocean is turbulent; the Blue Danube is green; the Black Mountain (Montenegro) is gray, but Germany's Black Forest is black. Animals Clean Own Hounds Scientific tests prove that animals not only clean their wounds by licking but also apply an effective antiseptic. Wrinkles Reveal Character Wrinkles on the face tell a person's character. For instance, small lines running from the eyes towards the temples, called "smile lines," show the person who sees the bright side of life the optimist, notes a writer in Jearson's Weekly. The line running straight between the eyes towards the bridge of the nose denotes the deep thinker, also the nervous person. 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