The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana on December 8, 1936 · Page 2
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Clinton, Indiana
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Tuesday, December 8, 1936
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Tuesday, December 8, 1936 Tko Iju'iIv fTmtnnian. Clinton, India all meu lor tlie king to make Ills " C. & E. I. Making , Aid Due for Seminole Indians His Vote Counted WALLY'S OFFER FAILS TO SOLVE ROYAL PROBLEM (Continued from Page 1) FAIRVIEW CLUB HOLDS MEETING View ot Bverglaues Changes Soon In Train Schedules (Continued trom raw 1) also nward train No. 2. Icvne. Clinton at 9: SB a. in. as at present. rlrs. Or Weaver Entertains With Dinner; Next Meeting December 11 and train No. 94. leaving Clinton at 1 fa ' 1:24 a. m. instead of Ihe old time C&EI CHANGE IN TIME Fffecllve lccrnibcr 10th. follow lug ch:iiiKn will be made In IMUMriiKiT train schedules at t'ltn ton: Koulhhoimd: No. 1, dallr, will Inive l:(a l. M. No. 0, ilall. will leave 4:18 A. M. .Vorllibound: No. M, dally, will bate 1:21 A. M. No. 8, ilnil), will leave il.-li l. M, lor further Information Inquire l,oal Ticket Asent hiiagu ami Kaetera Illinois Hallway tot u of 1:15 a. m. No. 92 arrives in Chicaso at J P ni. and train No. 94 arrives at deKtination at 5:20 a. in. iiiK headlines on Mrs. Simpsons Heau Rente," and all exiircsaed admiration of her unselfishness. Summing up the nuin-in-tlie-slieet s feellne. Hie liberal Evening Star aaid: "The King's decision is completely unfettered. The lady has made a tout ri but ion (or which she will earn real gratitude. The way is now clear and open in the iht o.' Train 97 leavlne Chicago at S:... p. in. Hops at iiiiiiou ai ii ' p. to discharre Chicaso paw ni;i-rs and to pick up passenpws lor Evannville nid points souih of tlie Ohio river, "rain J leaving Chicago at i iQ i m. stops at Clinton on Fridays FAIRVIEW Dee. 8 Mrs. Ort Weaver entertained the neighbor Club Friday. December 4. with a dinner. Those preaeal were Jennie Parton, Mrs. Andy Johnson and daufbter Martha Lee. Mra. Stacy Pi err and daughter Rose. Mra. Sam Plena, lira. Oliver Kite and ton Jack and Conrad Kile and son Larry. Bnneo ni played at two tables. Prizes were awarded u Mrs. Stacy Pierce, high. Mra. Oliver Kite, bunco, and Martha Johnson, consolation. The neat meeting mill be held at Mra. Ady Johaaon'a Friday. December 11. and Saturdays at 5:4i p. m. to dis- harge chiiaro uasfcensers snd pick in paRwuiecrs for Evansville and points south of the Oh.o river. Train No. lffl bates Evansville at 6:15 p. ni. as at present, leaves Terre Haute at 9:15 p. in. and liaves Clinton at :J8 p. ni. the Phone 44 MEYER BAKING COMPANY FOR Butter ILrust Bread DOUGH-NUTS BUNS ROLLS Prompt Service same as it did und r the old time table. No. 10 does not stop at any KFLORIDAV FT OH&CMBU -v--w--f . f.jTl W fesi Mi point between Clinton and Danville. here it arrives at l'l:42 c. m. This train lays over in Danville several hours and does not arrive in Chicago until after train No. 4 arrives there, which train leaves Clin ton at 1:24 a. m. m - lrvmCTTaa-. f ' ' ! . ::.M "I'mle Murk" Tbrai-h. 1IU, former slave, his tirM tote for Prekideirt t.ranl. He now live in lialtanonjra. Term.. near Chbkaniatisa battlefields, where he recalls helplne; clear the ground of dead and woanded after tlie bloody fiBtit- He was Ihea 43. I r.,-. jMaa f brida l jT (lUiatl Seminole couple f 1 SMART WOMEN KNOW THAT MEN LIKE... One hundred years after the beginning of a war between the Seminole Indiana and the United States government a war which has technically continued throughout the century Florida civic groups headed by the Kiwania are coming to the aid of the few survivors of this exploited tnbe Driven into the jungle swamps of the Everglades by the white man. the Seen moles have had a tragic history Once a proud and powerful tnbe. they suffered so through their struggle to keep possession of then native home that they are today almost extinct Their isolation and customs have cut them off from civilization Their sole demand has been to be let alone and allowed a grant of productive land. MARY A. WISE DIES SATURDAY Mra. Wllhlemine Cornell spent spent Saturday in Terre Haute. Mr. Oliver Kite and son Jack and Martha Johnson spent Wednesday In Terre Haute. Mra. Louis Malanowslsl returned home Saturday after having been at the bedside of her husband, alio is seriously III at the Veteran's Hospital at Dayton. O. Mr. and Mrs. Grovcr Dewey have moved from Washington street to North Seventh street In Clinton. Mr. and Mra. Walter Eaton and Clee J. Sprague spent Friday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Sao ford Helt of Salem. Mra. Frank Lewis and Mrs. Etta Clark spent Saturday in Terre Hute. Mrs. Charles Skelley of sett of Clinton was the Friday gueat of her sister, Mra. Corbet Kemp. Mr, and Mra. O. P. Munson of Indianapolis were Sunday guests of his brother. Bay l.uneou. Alex Jenkins of Trre Haute was the Saturday afternoon guetst of Mr and iMra. Robert Wright. Mr. and Mrs. Earl WWtworth were weekend guests of his mother. Mra. Mary Wnitwortn. Mra. Ida Eller and daughter Wiles spent Saturday afternoon ii) Terre Haute. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Nevins rwui Fundar with Mr. aud Mrs. Obi if Woods of Roaedale. SPEIACTICAL Heir to Zaharoff Millions? Funeral Service at Memorial Chapel for Life-Time County Resident A 4 . hfjv ... f I COURT NEWS NEWPORT, lad., Dec. 8 The J 7 j DANA lx t m iy A . M ibc at the Yerm'ilhon County Home near Newport Saturday rooming. te-cember 5. aitr year or more oi illness- b "a.B horn on Novem-'er 6. lt72. AU lir life iu jen in VermiJ.iojj wuuly. Jurvji-JjK are a dxuzliUT, Syren;-, of Jgw-a. ." jfraiwii-hildreij, tmo broi bers . Will oi M eruma au3 Henry of Vpmiillku .mui-. The Tuiheral vnx hvi4 at MeBK'fiit! Cnal'-?1 iStinday a? 2-4M. p. m. mitU Kev. G fi. Reedy in a liarg. wjth feurln -.1 Tiionna CHMMer-. CHHWr'C Mint; Mar- lh'l Rrillain iirit a-wjjU'id a osilim aF -r Sh stone'B drje Mure. ii'4-d-Mies HnaeS FiiteiuimuH. wbo re- Mn. 'Maria Jai-kon f-J1 1 buroe wpntlr and reo-ivcrj jviiifu! iujuii'ii! and a hadly bruised fa-e its now .oiitiijed 1 Jm-t iioroe. KT. A. Mwiific A IJarjmTf'.a''her metiJig: JaeJd toiiiin jneiad of iHwmSwr on ai'-'ouiH fl bak iball caw,J-TIj1 uljM'i fr vt'iiiu- ir; "KrieijdiiiiK" and ouiin'l'r'j in fliarg- is Tier. C Kwdy. Vim. RalnJj Keed. and Mr.b. Oiy ar JoijiJ-soii. PrwJ W. RajwoLi njJ-wtwii niajf iau 1 Terre Hautv. mil present to entertain. A i'rM-iU f-fering iIJ ie 1aku pay Mr. Raj-on"c 4ijti).-. There le n?- ciat Bidni'. Iatta and Si. nriii'f JipiiK. f-ljui"' j -rai-d in it v.hh ir.-. jtl'-'p rally m Kijjjr,v -mt) i f JtiJ" ft-:jj lr and 7. Prsak Killer r Suit to obtain the fabulous fortune of Sir Basil Zaharoff. right, mysterious Kuropean munitions merchant who recently died, will be riled by Frank Miller. 76-year-old Detroit eroeer, who claims he and Sir Basil were brothers. Miller, who came to Detroit 25 years ago. says Zaharoff a lather. Joseph Merlino of Sicily, was also his father. He hopes to prove it by his marked physical resemblance ta Sir Basil, and by presence of a small bone growth in his ear, said to be a family birth mark. will of Rebecca Foes, late of Newport, was probated Monday. The will provided for the payment of all just debta. All bed clothing aud wearing apparel was given to her two daughters. Harriet France Buckner and Myrtle E Robiuctt. Oaw full set of flowered dishes were giraa to her daugljltr. Myrtle E. llabinett. and the large mirror in the boaae. Ail real estate and most cf the household goods were ordered told aad the proceeds given to a frraadaoa, Cecil Otis Foot. A1J other property will be divided equally xnunc the grandson n4 tir children. The late Barton - Aikman vis tuned eaecator of the wilt, witn'fe was written oa May 21. 1S31 Tin estate Is rained at a pproaim-ately 2. Maynaid C WSgjrlus cit Newport has been appointed administrator with the will annexed and has furnished bond to the approval cf the court in the sum of f 2.t. r'7 A CHRISTMAS GIFFT FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY! A HEW 1937 World's Outstanding Radio PRICED FROM (WW. If the men to whom yoti intend lo give presents were to tell you what thry wanted ycu d Uo that p.actid ?ift would be most m demand! And -onthing to v,ear practical' RoaerbiaU a. but favorite store, invite, you to fhop for dm preaerit today! Henry Boeslnter of Dana entered a plea of guilty In Yernjillioij Jui'e-nile court Monday to a charge of neglect of his children. Robert. Kenneth and May Boeslner. ajte approximately II . 1(1 aDd 3 2 years of a?e. The cause was continued uuliJ fJecember IS for judgment. Albany's Claims In addition to Albany's claim of being the oldesl cnarte'-ed city and tlie oldest settlement in continuous existence in the original thirteen coAoruec. that cily can aiao claim the distinction of being tne terminus of the first inland post route established in the colonies. I n in .. SI.-'" 7 S 11 12 13 and IS TUBE RADIOS Minnie Cautore has been appointed guardian of lir oii. Iximenic Faasino. Bond was furnished to the apt-oval of the court In the sum of 1S.S00. Bond was luruilie-U m tilt i-.-ai tti.bOU. Ti,e eMute it -vulu! i 5S0. liERE ARE A FEW SUGGESTIONS: Silk Robes $4.95 to $15.00 Flannel Robes $5.95 to $9.95 Fine Quality Shirts . . . $1.00 to $2.50 Wool Hose 25c to 75c v.- "' l-'r-S KwvHu .uawMU3Mi lUwiK- ki;4-", and up. . old on Easy Payments Irwin Moor of Newport enteral a plea of not guilty In VerniiHii'i1 circuit court Monday to a clutrti- oi assault and battery ou John J: Wrlg-ht also of Newport. I4onX wai-fixed In tlie Bum of f'M. No trial date has been set. i FREE HOME DEMONSTRATION Pure Silk Hose 35c to $1.00 Linen Handkerchiefs 25c to 50c Fine Pajamas $1.00 to $8.50 Wool Mufflers and Silk. $1 to $1.95 Silk Ties 55c to $2.50 Houfe Slippers $1.00 to $3.50 Thec Oilte. and many, many others, may be had at various prices. Do all your shopping here! Benjamin F. Morey of Clintou ha jeen appointed adminiKtrator of tli'.' estate of Clara Morey. der-asecl. CALL OR STOP TODAY $1 Deposit Lays Away Any Crosley for Christmas Delivery! FRIST FUNERAL HOME DAY OR NIGHT AMBULANCE SERVICE PHONE IOS Q fi7 A VPTT Is 1! I VISIT IK AT IS AMOR CAFE At Our Present Location for Real Good Food! Plate Lunches. Dinners and Genuine Itafiao Food. Managed by oar chef, Mr. AJrW ROSENBLATT'S Make Your Selections Early! We Will Lay Them Away for You! RADIO SERVICE Clinton's Oldest Radio Sales and Service 456 N. Ninth SL r n 3. r00 792 We Repair Afl Makes of Radios

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