The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana on December 3, 1936 · Page 2
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December 3, 1936

The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana · Page 2

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TI,,.rMl.-iv. December 3, 1930 Tho Daily Clintoniiin, Clinton, Indiana Page 2 MONARCH FACES r-DiQK; IN FIGHT ENGLISH PAPERS BANQUET PLANS ARE COMPLETED nidcii by Vr.'i- Simpson's bands. The house was bathed In sunshine, but all that a constant stream of iiulo-mohillng sightseers saw were locked gates, atcrn-visaged guards and curtained windows. It erls, Pollen Form Clouds ' Not only does the wind frequently vcop iMofl nuch large myarms of flip.; bees, ants and mosquitoes that they' resemble storm clouds, notes a writer in Collier's Weekly, but a stronK brcco often raises such a vast quanititv of pine tree poller, that from a distance it is sometimes mistaken for the smoke from a for-est fire. CONTRIBUTIONS TO RED CROSS OVER MARRIAGE (Continue -ram TBe 1 ROOSEVELT MAY BE DRAWN INTO FIGHT IN HOUSE (Continued from J'hko D IN BATTLE OVtK KING'S ROMANCE (Continued from Page 1) Plans for the Vermillion county WI'A and NYA baniUt were completed last night at a meeting of the win recreational council held at READ THE ADS Three more donations were made to l he ltd Cross within PaKl few days. They "'; Kslher Jef-rri... i- thfl Wakofe club, $2 60, heflnitt-cd wllll newspaper placards telling of the romance of their kltiB " Vli-e.reidnt Garner pror.lpltaled 1... unnnimi'lid with a beautiful American woman, mil the Ladles Auxiliary Hair t en- the office in South Muln street. This was the second regulur meeting of Hie COIlll'il. The banquet will be held on Tuesday, December 15, at the presbytcrl-.,. .l.nr.li at 0:30 p. nu ALAC1 tiny dull, - vcnlnK sheets view in providing he inoht sensational spreads. in mil r ti... l.v..ir:ni: News print' d larger in their hands was believed to lie a message from King Reward to Stanley Baldwin, the port.'y conservative premier who has told ,the monarch the cabinet wouM Peler abdication to his marriage to Mrs. Simpson and who gave him a fortnight to make his decision. ( Haul on Curious This famous rambling cottafe ol n, ii,. was transformed Inti i an M A MI 117 A PTI IR F.RS A Grand Show With 3 Big Stars TONITE All the district and state officials a controversy - His support for Kayhurn. Both are I Texan. ,M7!SZ3 O'Connor's friends declared tin. house would "resent" darner Interference while Raylmru said he welcomed Garner's support. lHnitt'll's View Rep. Dlnsell of Michigan, baek-i.,.. fiTnnniir declared that 'In my imiiui HIT BY CHARGES ...a i,.,.,.'..r nlrturea of the king and Mis. Klmrson as successive editions will be guests. Entertainment has been planned and there will be several speakers. ...ii. ,i ,.ff IIk messes, coupling me WASHINGTON. Dec. 3. A num- I A BAD LITTLE MISS ..i... .in. ilirei-colunin biog ,,t of automobile manulaetiirin raphy and description of the Balti Impregnable fortress. Even off itlal .,.. ,re charged by 'he fen UADniN FIINF.RAL r,..i eommlssion today with more woman. Who's Too Good 1 o miss: opinion. President Roosevelt does not care one way or the other about Tn :i v was the first lime in- ... i, ., . f .ln.. mid misleariliiK re- dispatch riders were forbunien -try, being compelled to dismount at the gates and hand over tt'dr i.unnra lo waiting guards. ..emaii-m," to the amount of ih IrsdershiD." sreat mass of people learned about ihe romance, and the greatest eon-siliutioiial crisis In modern history ...... ch.ined niiri-liaseis of auto- i An not sneak for the president Plalnclothesmen from Suiila.id L.biles under deferred payment TO BE THURSDAY Funeral services for James Hardin. .'.. who died at 5:30 p. m Tuesday at his home In Taylorville. will be held from the Rogerson fu or the vlre-prHttdenl either," said .In,,,. The specific chaise was I Yard paraded over the lawin an navhurn when asked If He were an i i -. its s '32JiW KA ) jiTIL? :; ,., of the federal (rude com through the flower gardens so oftet nisfion act forlildoiiiK unfair com- MJIII(J)li " don't know of anybody who couldn't ilk. lo he endorsed by the vice-pres .. init.ii in commerce. that II caused. Krery subway, una and street car buzzed with excited comment as wild rumors spread, causing from reports of the government's r. sanation to Edward s rumored lutein Ion to sacrifice the I Drone of the world's greatest em-;,iie for the American woman he so desperately loves. Kielit complaints were Issued s,.,;!,!! 21 naiiondenta. Including ll, ral home In West Terre Haute at 3 p. m. Thursday. Burial will be in the Shepherd cemetery. Mr Hardin is survived by a sister. Mis. Frank Thomas of COLUMBIA automobile companies and au i. ,i financing companies. In edition to the automobile manu Thursday Only ident a man who Is Interested In the administration and Its success In the next two year. mwki A definite "break " In the leadership fight was forecast within a few days. A caucus of the big Pennsylvania ' democratic delegation on Thursday may furnish an Indication f result. Senator Ouffey of Ml ra.tujing companies, the list of re-londnts liieludts General Motors oipoianon and the sales corpora-ion of the Chrysler group. FRANCES DEE ddi am nnMl FVY URUGUAY SEES F. D. R. TODAY ON GOOD WILL TRIP (Continued from Page 1) CHARLES BUTTERWORTH ENROLLMENT IN CCC IN JANUARY There will be an enrollment for boys interested in CCC camp between January 1 and 15. Applica Pennsylvania was reported to be for Rayburn. 'Wail FRANCE TABLES DEBT QUESTION HALF ANGEL" tions will be accepted any time now. W. P. A. direct relief, and needy PARIS, Dec 3- Hfforts to revive the American A'ttt question were .igeon-lioled today In the finance omjiiission of the chamber p,f SHOWGIRL ASKS FOR SHARE OF GREEN ESTATE (Continued from Page X) family cases will lie eligible. Aires. The president will be met by a small government steamship and brought to a waterfront berth peeially deepened lor the occasion. Gov. Sir MurchlBon Fletcher will head the group that will reoeive ! President Roosevelt. They will proceed to ihe government house for a "Peaceful Relations" Shorts luncheon, and then the president will tour nearby beauty spots. France s financial position is such now that no payments large enough to be acceptable to Washington could be made at present, members of the commission said. Rene Richard s bill calling for reopening Of the debt question '!. ' jf ...I'MH... TLmSP : :', MUSICAL REVUE t ;; LATEST NEWS t Amateur on the SUge Vodeling n....liitle Marilyn the e0.w0,000 estate the colonel left to bis sister, Mrs. Matthew A-tor Wilka. Wfl The witness who said she lirst was married at the g" of 16 lo Dr. Edward Kckels. a Dallas dentist, stated the 1200-s-nionth income she receives from the trust fund is all Cicero a a Governor Cicero, the famous writer, orator, and Roman Consul, was made governor of Cilicia in 52 B. C. and performed a useful duty in subduing the robber tribes in the mountains. He was hailed as "imperator" for his successful expeditions, and won affection by his uprightness, and impartial administration of justice, during the two years he spent in Tarsus. 1 1 t (,ak i tu.i i-jury-y- - j i Dunne Colfings 7 i30 p.m. Markets 10c and 15c 5 sent to the finance commission alter the foreign affairs commission refused to report it out of committee. A Good Comfortable Seat and a Good Show Awaits You at the Palace. i CHIC AGO. Dec. 3 Weakness in foreign markets promjled heavy she has. Bhe kepi the name of her iourth fiancee secret because "he doesn't belong In this." ;lo ,tw liquidation in gram iiimin ,..ini. tieie todav and price were FORMFR STEEL about one-cent lower than yester day's close. EXECUTIVE DILS NEW YORK, Dec. 3 Thomas A. McDonald, former assistant treasurer of Bethlehem Steel corporation, died suddenly at his Brooklyn home last night, it was learned TeNtiUKM While she visited the Oreen Massachusetts home last September. Mrs. Stafford testified Mrs. Green tried to claim the trust lund established in 1S23. Under cross-examination, the former showgirl revealed she received stocks In 1928 from Mrs. Green to be put Into a trust fund. Kh- WHEAT: IX.. 1 , Mav. llf4-j; July. H)t-. CORN: mewl Dec. l74-; Mav. nn-; July. T-; (old! May, luo'4-lul; July. i- OATS: Dec, tS'.i-S; May, 45H-: July. 42-4 2 .i. Origin a Mysterj Authentic explanation of the origin of cottage cheese remains to be found, but one authority calif, attention to the (act that cottage cheese was quite generally made in the home in Engl and es far back as the time of Shakespeare. Perhaps one of our early ancestors placed a jar of soured milk near the fire, whereupon it separated to'give them w c.ii pnmnaH frKd which be oir.toii First Edition The first edition of S!:akespeare'a Hold Title tor Liie Canadian pcjvy councillor ore rtylci 'honorable" and keep the tHie ior liie. came the forerunner of cottage c rmhliehed in 1WS DV cheese. ,7fll-i':iOi Tom Thorpe, was a pirated one. claim she should have received Income from that fund but hasn't. "I wouldn't accept II under tin circumstance," commented Mrs Stafford. Asked if she is still will lug to abandon it, she observed she'd "think It over." "iiwiniuiiHUiHJuimiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiirtiiiiUiiHiimiuttitniifiriiiUHiiiiiii I REBELS TRY TO niTST RFDS WITH PLANE ATTACKS m I NEW-IOVWHCF IV E W OPERATING ECONOMY NEW-CHOKE OF TWO ENGINE SIZES V EASY-ACTION SAFETY BRAKES (Continued: from Page 1) radio stated. Shells rained Hut, on loyalist niilflHiy concentration Five hundred leftists were killed -- in fighting on .the Santander and NEW-CUFT AND COMFORT Palencla fronts, according th Tenerlffe radio. UitLer lighting Jiti suddenly been resumed et tlios points. A loyalist assault on Villarcal wit repulsed with 13 leftists slain. erlffe reported. i i I I i LAST TIMES TONIGHT -i -1 i i i i i Ha gov htn-' tovutlhing to iwrnmrnW him by ..whwnh jilf-d Itim lor o' r bookworm I S ' f. BETTER LIGHT MEANS BETTER GRADES It isn't always Johnny's fault when his report is not satisfactory. In a great tnaoy cases, poor grades mean thai the pupil is suffering from eyestrain . . . eyestrain caused by improper light at home. Don't let your child run the risk of straining his eyes this winter. Have his eyes examined by an eye specialist. Then provide him with one of the l.E.S. Better Sight lamps that reduce glare and prevent eyestrain. w i i k 'OA Set the NEW Better Sight Lmpi Hi I.L.b- laiiip- am onl provide proper Iik' u ilw id to il.t aunumc-oe u your home. There ere eeral models to choot (rum and you can tec them ai your dealer's iore o our showroom- Look for this T9 on th Lamp yoo Buy The l.E-a. Tig stubbed to s lamp means thai it I approtrd by the lllunu-funing Engineers' Society tad is recommended br leading eye pecili co prevent glare and y "1 AUTHOKIZED FORD DEALERS GtOtGf MNCtOH i V hin"ltM-t- 1 ' ' ' X.eIUlll6 K tola' ! NORTHERN INDIANA POWER COMPANY j YOUR FORD DEALER INVITES YOU - TO SEE AND DRIVE THE MODERN CAR B Ee ii,h iiimiiiw i iiiiii mmmmmmmmmmmm. Ml rAKTOOX - NKWH - N i

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