The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana on December 7, 1936 · Page 6
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Clinton, Indiana
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Monday, December 7, 1936
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Monday, December 7, 193S Page 6 Hie Daily Clintonian, Clinton, Indiana TORNADO HITS 4 Never Rode a Rail! CLASSIFIED APS STATESMEN OF ENGLAND HEAR POPULAR VIEW HOSPITAL NEWS Oenrge Boatman of Walnut street, who has been a patient at the Vermillion County hospital fori the pnsl few months, was removed to his INSTRUCTION j Beth Benner i i j ' J die Scully, sub-dlstrlct No. 3. Sullivan; Ira Adams, sub-dlstrlct No. 1. Fort Branch. Hoard Member Sub-dlstrlct No. 1 Haskell Thompson. Wlnslow; Forrest Corn, Wlnslow; Clnude Norrlck. Wlnslow; John Normun, Evnnsvllle. LeglBlatlve Committee, Sub-dlstrlct No. 1 Chrlsta Csha, Hoon-vllle; Roscoe Dnvlson, Princeton. Board Member, Sub-dlstrlct No. 2 Luther "Dork" Cole. Linton; Stell Hoblis, Linton; Pete Meeks. Linton. legislative Cnmmlltee, Hub-district No, 2 David Davidson, Linton. Iloord Member, Sub-dlstrlct No. J Curtis Nicholson, Shelhurn: Harold Moon, Sulllvnn; Gerald Keller. Sullivan; Clarence (lose. Dogger. Legislative Cnmniltttee, Huh-dis-trlct No. S Roy Mnttox. Shelhurn. Board Member, Sub-dlstrlct No. A TTort Trezlse, Terre Haute; Tommy Stewort. Clinton; Richard Tommy Guy, West Terre Haute; Andy Wnstatek. Clinton. Legislative Committee. Sub-dlstrlct No. 4 Wllllom "Cubhy" Lark, West Terre Haute; Fred "Dutch" Wright, Terre Haute. Mrs. Simpson 'Rests' at Cannes; Rumor of Illness Declared Fals Great Occasion for Townspeople (Continued from Page 1) this rlviera resort were concerned. To observers, It seemed ns if the lit Ire countryside was on hand all 'n their Sunday best black and with picnic baskets spread out bo-fore them nt vantage pointB where they fancied they could have the best view of the house. Children even climbed walls surrounding the villa, keeping the French secret police agents busy chasing them off. THREE THOUSAND GERMANS AID IN MADRID ATTACK (Continued from Page 1) the alnr lmihm of the residential districts, while the air raids were directed at the lines of government troops near University City. Meanwhile, a continuous stronn' of cars and busies filled with refu gees Jummed the road to Valencia. POPE PLANS TO QUIT BED; FEAR MOUNTS TODAY (Continued lrom rag 1) the pontiff that he will grow worse if he remains In hed. Meanwhile, formal services hail ing the "advent of Christ" were held In the Vatican throne room. Breaking precedent, a layman, the Pope's nephew, Franco Rattl, participated In the services, which took the form of spiritual supplication for the pope's speedy recovery. (Continued from Page 1) he be given time to reach a decision. Demonstrators parading Downing street, seat of the Inner sanctum of the British government carrying placards reading, "Our king must have time to decide," have been cheered regularly hy the crowds assembled there since England's most serious constitutional Impasse broke with full force upon on amazed public. United States Navy Plans Another Submarine Expedition to Attempt Survey Under West Indies Waters (Continued -rom rjre 1 eruptions and many earthquakes. A crystal clock will he used by the expedition to determine gravity measurements. It is believed this Instrument will he far more accurate than the chronometer methods formerly used. In addition, a multiple pendulum apparatus, Invented and constructed hy F. A. Venlng Melnesz of the Netherlands geodetic survey, will he used. These delicate instruments cannot be operated on a surface vessel, and it is therefore necessary to use a B'thinarine capable of reaching the still waters which He 75 feet helnw the surface. About 46 minutes are required to take B gravity reading. When the scientists have finished their work In one location, the submarine comes to the top and moves from 25 to 75 miles to the next spot selected. The expedition will sail from Panama and return to Philadelphia on January 14th. During the cruise Trinidad, Barbados, Martinique, Antigua. St. Christopher and St. Thomas, West Indian Islands, will be vlsiled. DISTRICT ELEVEN MEMBERS GO TO POLLS TUESDAY (Continued from Page 1) Harmpn "Susie" Kelley, Sullivun; Bryan Dudley. Linton; Alvin Gaston, Terre Haute. District President Frank Barn-hart, Terre Haute; I. on is Austin, Princeton; T. I. "Tobe" Roberts; Terre Haute; lien F. Davis, Sullivan. District Vice President Charles Funcannon, Terre Huute; Charles McGarvey , Shelhurn; Arthur "Woody" Woodville, Linton; George B, Bolton, Clinton. District Secretary-Treasurer John H. Buttle, Terre Haute; Ralph Day, Terre Haute; Curt Moody. Linton; Sam A. Masters, Linton; Jesse Rice, Linton; Ben F. Rllenge. Sullivan. Auditor and Credential Commmlt-tee (Three to he elected) John Bennle, subdistrlct No. 2, Linton; George Phillips, sub-district No. 4, Terre Haute; John R. Morgan, sub-district No. 2, Linton; T. W. Whit-ten, Bub-distrirt No. 1. Princeton; John T. Wilson, sub-dlstrlct No. 2. Linton; Enoch Stanley, sub-district No, 3, Sullivan; Felix Moan, sub-Atee, sub-district No. 2, Linton; district No. 2. Linton: Curtis Mc-Adam Topping, sub-dlstrlct No. 2, Linton. District Teller (Three to be elected 1 Joe Nixon, sub-district No. 2. Linton; Alexander N. Lawson, sub-dlstrlct No. 4, Terre Haute; Ed VISIT US AT L'AMOR CAFE At Our Present Location for Real Good Food! Plate Lunches, Dinners and Genuine Italian Food. Managed by our chef, Mr. Alfier STATES IN DIXIE, SCORES INJURED (Continued from Pnge 1) clus Evans. Huter Evans. Clyde Colvln, and Mr. and Mrs. Robert !'. Colvln, all of Olney; Mrs. Ella Early 65. Robert Early. 2r,. Hill Rice nnd Mrs. II. I.. Scott, all of lloagtown, und Mr. and Mrs. s, K. Shelby and W. 1). Cril'fin of Ml. Olive. DR. B. H. SELLERS DENTIST 249J South Main Street (.'llnton, Indiana DON'T SLEEP ON LEFT SIDE AFFECTS HEART If stomach GAS prevents sp'epiim on right try Adlerika. One dosp brings out poisons and rolievi'S lite pressing on heart so you sleep soundly all nfRht. While they last SPECIAL 10c Trial Sizes on sale at Powells Pharmacy. Adv. Nil COLUMBIA Last Times Tonight A Columbia i J( Picture v Ji ANDY CLYDE in "Peppery Salt" Fox Movietone 10c and 15c 7HfCTURS 10c Monday & Tuesday 25c TO YOUR DYING DAY YOU'LL RE MEMBER! THIS STORY I About the "forgotten man" turned butler and the ''dumb" debu-tante who wai smart enough to wring his heart I ' :i s : ,h ji i . i , UNVvJUISAI" MiifNTl J P0UJLL LpmBflRD W.ltl Allct Gall Jm BRADY PATRICK DIXON PAUETTE Alas MOWBRAY Comedy News Cartoon Brandon Walsh f I will Belect men to train for elec - trie refrigeration and air conditioning positions. Experience un necessary. Write Refrigeration H.n glneerlng Inst., Inc., Box 442. Clin ton, tzs LEGAL NOTICES NOTK'K OF ADMINISTRATION" Notice Is hereby given that the undersigned has been appointed by the Judge of the Circuit Court nf Vermillion County, State of Indiana, administrator of the estate of Clara S. Morey, late of Vermillion County, deceased. Said estate is supposed to be solvent. BENJAMIN F. MOREY, administrator. December 5, 1938. 127-14-2138 Westville Bowlers Here Friday; Lose Match to Dianas Four inter-clty bowling matches were played at the local alleys Fri day night, and things didn't turn out so well for the Clinton teams, who managed to cop only one victory from the group. However, the Diana Sweet Shop Ave Anally whipped Westville which Is no small consideration. They turned the trick by battering doWn 26CO nlns. while the visitors gath ered 2,674 a margin of 86, Westville nosed out the Clinton All-Stars, as they are laughingly called, by 26 pins. A combination from Paris also trimmed the All-Stars despite the fact that Bennett! lost his temper and hurled 205, 191 and 200, which averages 200 without haggling. Westvllle's women's team beat the Diana girls by almost 600 sticks. Summary: Clinton All-Ntais Combs 165 181 146 Mills 153 171 162 nnlnmhn Ifl 4 151 157 Moore 161 139 170 B. White 185 136 1(3 Totals 858 778 797 Total pins 2433 WeHtvllie Busklrk 149 180 128 Lary 132 225 160 Snbolsky 172, 175 166 Urban 172 152, 181 Tlmmermnn 149 165 153 Totals 774 897 788 Total pins 2459 Plan Sweet Shop Brazukas 177 191 161 Murdock 146 191 212 Colombo 203 167 190 Ave 190 128 164 Benettl 170 208 195 Totals ...... 886 872 902 Total plnB 2660 Westville Busklrk 167 149 173 Lary 119 160 143 Sabolsky .. 165 161 ISO Urban 182 166 216 Tlmmerman 202 202 189 Totals 836 838 901 Total pins 2574 Clinton All-Star Combs 167 158 178 Moore 164 160 163 Bondl 127 116 128 Mills 140 152 210 Benettl 205 191 206 Totals 793 777 886 Total pins 2465 Paris All-Stars Irbine 153 170 201 Ewlng 145 133 169 Llentz 143 .215 212 Donna 160 185 143 Howlett 16 149 160 Totals 747 852 885 Totat pins 2484 Diana Sweit Shop (Ladles) Benettl 95 110 126 Lanzone 160 94 116 Griffiths 70 66 80 Shunnon 81 95 76 Black 88 112 116 Totals 494 477 613 Total plnB 1484 Westville (Mullet.) CowleB 124 144 138 Noruk 125 130 174 Burke 156 136 178 Tlmmerman 104 118 109 Sawicky 103 115 127 Totals 612 643 726 Total pins 181 homo today. Mrs. Clara Heard, who underwent a major operation ai ine erminion County hospital about two weeks ago. was removed to her homo In Vine street today. Mis. Tlllie Harrison of Itosedale Is in n serious condition according to reports from the Vermillion Conn 'y hospital. Cecil Beard of west of Clinton who has been a patient at the Ver million County hospital for Ilie past several weeks, is trctlinc along satisfactorily. Mrs. Nellie Heard of west nf Clin ton, who has been a patient at tlu Vermillion Counly hospital for tlu nasi ten days, is pottina along fairly well. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Taylor of South Skth street had as their dinner guests yesterday Mr. and Mrs. Wil liam Roach and son. Hilly, of near Dennison, 111., Mrs. E. H, Fnlrgrlef and M:ss Mailaliue Trucblood of Illinois. t To Attend Dinner Mrs. Delia Swinehart. sivth dis trict chairman of the democratic party, Mrs. Henry Kins and Miss Da Jenkins are to attend a dinner tomorrow evening at Claypool ho tel at Indianapolis. George Washington's Books ' The greater part of George Washington's library was purchased in 1848 and presented to the Bostor Athenaeum, where it repose?. Heavy Dew Weather Sign One weather sign is that a heavy dew after midnight is a sign of a line day to come. IP A V A r FINAL TONITE . . . K.VTH A . . . LEON NAVARA AMI HIS BAND NEWS OF THE DAY lOr 2.V Coming Tuesday-Wednesday SUNRA SEE REAL First Authentic! jr Anierlcnn! " Htaltllng! Authentic Feature. Filmed In an American Nudist Colony DOORS OPEN 6 P. M. You Better Come Early 1 All Scats 2.V By f J Rates for Classified Ads and Paid Notices First day of Insertion: 8c for each reading line (one column line, like one of these). Next two days Insertion: the same Ic charce (you get three days at double the cost of the first day). Neit three days Insertion: the some 8e charge (you get a whole week, six days, at three times tne cost of one insertion). Each group of three days thereafter, 8o a line. Itlmk Fare (Ilk this), 10c per line. . All clajodfled ads Including memo-rlania and notice of all kinds must be paid in advance eieept those by regular customer whose accounts are paid niommy or uimte imm ganlzatlons wnoeo dius ihubi w , i,.,r,M hAinw nAlfl. In tiie ,rncu - publication of the notice will be held rcsponsime ir u FOIl SALE J milch cow with coif at side. Dom SlmutlB, State Road 71, Blanford, Indiana. . 14 B:,hv hed. excellent condition Priced reasonably. Inquire 659 South Sixth street. tz Lunch room In good location Priced cheap. 227 Mulberry St t28' liulldlng to wreck. Good condition and reasonable. Size 18x54. Write Box S, 442, Clinton, Ind. t28l Chevrolet truck, '28 model. John Tuberosa, Klondyke. t27 Tractor, plows, cultivators, gas engines, trucks, trallem and repairs, p. K. Murray. t28 For Sale Coal Juckson Hill six-Inch lump, $3.40 Hay Baird, phone 588-M. 18tf hor good coal phone 797-W. BOtf KOIRTH VKIN COAIy, UNIVKHSAI,, MIAMI NO. 4, AND lll.AOK BKTTtf NO. 5. HARI.KY HUFFMAN, rllONK 10. 64tf WANTED River bottom land. Will purchase tracts of 80 acres or more. Give particulars and price. Write Box SI, Alvln III. t26 PAID NOTICES NOTICKl Members of Local 2274 U. M. W. of A. not employed at the mine can cast their vote for district and national officers at Joe Davey'a hall from 3:30 p. m. to 5:311 p. m. on Dec. 8, 1:I6. Joe B. Trunko, Recording Secretary. t26 NOTK'K! Memhers of L. U. 2312 will vote 9 a. m. to 1 p. m. and from 5 p. m. to p. m. at Davey's Hall, Dec. 8. 1936. Claude Ahernalhy, Financial Secretary. t26 Get your tickets for Junior Clam I'lay, December 14. t29 NOTICE! To all members of Local Union wo. 4599. The following voting places for election of district offl-oers, Dec. 8. Universal 10 a. m., Blanford 11-1, Centenary 8 p. m., Clinton 4-7 p m.. Terra Haute 8-9 p. m. t27 NOTK'K Binkley No. 10, local 6518 will vote both shifts at the mine and all other members at the hall from 7:30 p. m. to 8:30 p. m. at Myers Hull, December 8. Ray 0. Pavey, recording secretary. t26 FOa RENT Modern furnished apartment, close In. 415 S. Third street. 24tf 4 newly-decorated modern rooms Heat furnished, If desired. Reference required. 1058 N. 8th St. t26 FOR LEASE Small coal mine. Adam Msir Sr. Kaay terms. tZ6 Help Wanted Salesman and collector between 25 and 35 years old to handle collections and learn salesmanship. We teacn you local work. Old concern. Salary and commission. Apply between 7:30 a. m. and 8:30 p. ni. or write T. C. Bear, 711 Wabash Avenue, Terra Haute, Ind. t26 Male Help Wanted MAN to become contact man and investigator for national organization. Experience unnecessary. Good appearance essential. No selling. Write 750-770 Madison Bldg., Milwaukee, Wis. t26 For Sale or Trade Slope coal mine. Within 7 miles of Clinton. H. E. Williams, Montezuma. t28 We Pay 5c per pound for large clean Cotton Rags. Daily Clintonian. Hazel Brouk Although she has never taken a train ride. Miss Hazel Brooks, 24. of Cincinnati, pretty airline stewardess, has flown almost 300.000 mile Miss Brooks, hostess to the 12 "Gold Diggers of 1937' now touring the country In a giant American Airlines. Inc.. plane Is shown above, studying the route with Mlsa Beth Renner. a hlghstepping chorine who looks C her shoulder NEW GYMNASIUM IS NOT OPENED TODAY FOR CAGE PRACTICE (Continued from Page 1) reserve teams of the two schools will begin at 7 p. m. The main event will subsequently start nt up proximately 8 o'clock. Frank Jerrel of Greencastle and W. E. Ringer of Farmersburg will officiate with the whistles. An added attraction, the newly-organized "C" club has arranged to present a slapstick version of hardwood technique or basketball as it should not he played. A group of lettermen alumni will oppose a team formed by C-nien who expect to receive diplomas this year. U. S. PROPOSAL AT CONFERENCE tU'ENOS AIRES. Dec. 7 A draft neutrality uccord, presented by the United States, will be filed formally loday with the inter-American conference for the maintenance of peace, along with proposals submitted hy several other delegations. All are aimed at Increasing inter-American good will and lessening the chances of war. Age of Constitution Framers The average age of the framers of the Constitution was forty-three years. Twenty wcie under forty. Benjamin Franklin was the oldest, eighty-one, Jonathan Dayton the youngest, twenty-seven. Local Charter Granted by the I. A. T. S. E. Jan. 13, 1915 PROJECTIONISTS NO. 373 CHRISTMAS SHOPPING SUGGESTIONS Stop and Rest at Your Favorite Theater Below is the emblem shown in THEATERS Employing Union Projectionists National Charter Granted by the A. F. of L. July 17, 1893 MOTION PICTURE LOCAL Seen Only in the Wabash and Palace Theaters A VISIT TO SANTA CLAUS LAND -ipWfTH6 JIltwMlTO J LTOMJL TOO &EH"f "WEY 1 Ua" V wviSiBtB N J TEARS APE rJoT y VCZ? I T&ii n ? oAtc PAS, V'f Za 11 fete? l ' r-y! tTv KsSSa To jMaoavosU, W ! tosfelnfcSl I? -L.-.u....- -H L.u ii Y 1 1 nil a IX 7 II 1 1 ' 1 1 1

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