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Tuesday, December 15, 1936 Page 6 The Daily Clintonian, Clinton, Indiana CLASSIFIED APS LIFE OF CHIANG SPARED; FRIEND MAKING TERMS DANA S .S, CLASS HOLDS ELECTION BEEKEEPERS TO HAVE SESSIONS Male Instruction coming day at (lie Dana high school on Friday, Dec. IS. A pep session will he held In (he afternoon and talks from old alumni and dinner are scheduled. Officers Llccled Daisy Camp. 1445. Royal Neighbors of America, elected the following officers Tuesday night: oracle, Mrs. Shelby Hlythe; past oracle. Mr. Willis Thompson; vice-orade. Mrs. Geoite Lewis: chancellor. Mrs. Hutli Shaw; recorder. Mrs. Myrtle Keai d; receiver. Mrs. Martha Douglas; marshal. Mrs. George Smith: assistant marshal. Mrs. Albert Mrooks: Lnuer sentinel. Mrs. Mn Toniey: outer unit Mrs. Everett Warren: musician. Mrs. Pleena Peer; managers. Mrs. M(.b-1 Miller. Mis. Mae l.arraiice and Mrs. Mary Lark; fl.ig-benrer. Mrs. Mary H.nvls. Graces- faith. Mrs. Landis f'oiik-lili: r.iuniiii". Mrs Forest Aikman; modesty. Miss Mary I'einberton; usefulness. Mrs. John Pci r. and en- infill i i , P) Mrs. John Fravel Is Hostess for Grouo; Christmas Gifts Are Exchanged DANA. Dec. 15. Mis. John Fravel entertained the Semper Arms Sunday school class of the M. E. church si her home Thursday. Election of officers was held -Mrs. Hazel Heed, president: Mis. Enid Weatherman. vlreprcsldent, and Edna White, secretary. A Christmas gift exchange was held and a lovely plate lunch was served. Mrs. Oscar Church and daughter, Lorraine, and Mrs. Fred Hell were ill Telle Haute Saturday. lass Knt.-rl.iill. .1 Mis. Sam Hixon entertained the Fides class of the Baptist church at her home on Thursday with a covered diBli luncheon. An exchange of gifts was part of the afternoon program and a varied program was enjoyed by all. Miss Mary Hell and friend of Crawfordsville Hpent Sunday evening with home folks. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Goforth and sons of Gary and Miss Catherine Goforth or Kentland. III., were called home by the death of their grandfather, Mr. Reed. KIMcli jiiid Chaffer Mrs. James Saxton and Mrs. Paul lames entertained the Stitch and Chatter club at the home of the former on Friday with a 1 o'clock luncheon. Covers were laid for 1 I Tlid one guest. Mrs. George Marlowe of I'niversal. a former member of the cluli. Regrets were from Mrs. Ora Maloue. Clinton, and Mrs. Kay BIythe. Daua. A lovely three-course dinner was served. After the dinner there was a business meeting and then an exchange of gifts and the revealing of mystery pals. Names were drawn again for mystery pals for the coming year. The next meeting will be In four weeks with Mrs. R. H. Kersey. Homecoming Planned Plans are being made for home (Continued from Page 1) reason for kidnaping Chiang Saturday, have been modified. NANKING PROPAGANDA KTAItTS TOKYO, Dec. 10. Urgent dispatches to the Tokyo press from Shanghai today said the Nanking government believes It "apparent" that Generalissimo Chiang Kai-Shek and his associates were killed the morning of lec. 12. Charge of soviet backing for the coup of Marshall Chang Hsueh-Li-ing continued in (he governineiit-influenced press today, hut EiJI Amau, the foreign office spokesman, flatly denied that the Japanese-German atitl-coinmunjHm pad had been applied in this case. "We are not considering consulting Germany regarding the communist problem In China," he said, "unless it be deemed necessary later." Recent cabinet differences on foreign policy, Including activities of the Japanese army on (he mainland and the German pact, may have been responsible for Japan's reported decision not to consult Germany. Roosevelt Comes Back to Arrange New Deal Course 'Continued from Page 1) Farley, who timed his arrival In Washington to coincide with Mr. Roosevelt's return. They have scarcely seen each other since the November eleclion. Farley Going Out Farley has already notified the president that he desires to quit his cabinet post early in the new year. He will retain the party chairman ship but relinquish the postmaster general's berth, thereby quieting some of the clamor that was heard in congress last session about the "impropriety" of holding both places. The real reason for Farley's retirement, however, is not the clamor, but for personal financial considerations. The selection of Farley's succes sor is being awaited with keen in terest. There are numerous candi dates for the post, but a likely winner is reported to be Guy T. Helver- ing, now commissioner ot internal revenue. MRS. SIMPSON PLANS TO QUIT SECLUDED LIFE (Continued lrom Page 1) ing her to come as soon as possible. RogerB also said he had no knowledge of reports former Princess Ileana of Rumania, now the wife of the Archduke Anton of Hapsburg. had Invited Mrs. Simpson to her castle at Sonnhurg, Austria. READ THE ADS COLUMBIA Tuesday and Wednesday 'Early to Bed" with MARY BOLAND . . CHARLIE RUGGLES Cartoon in Color "BIRDS IN LOVE" Irtsoof it Tt 10c and 15c lbHl lO PKvl f J T I '.I taalAi I Would like to hear from mechanically inclined men In this community who would like to better themselves by training spare time for installation and servicing work on all types AIR CONDITIONING and ELECTRIC REFRIGERATING equipment. Only reliable men with fair education should reply. Utilities Eng. Inst., write Box 442, Clin ton. t34 FOR RENT Two modem rooms; garage. 845 Mulberry Btreet. tS5 Male Help Wanted I must employ at once a man living ill small town or on farm. Permanent work. Must be satisfied with earning $75 a month at first. Write M, Box 442, Clinton. t33 GIRL-SLAYER OF COLLEGE FRIEND HANGS HERSELF (Continued from Page 1) morning found her dead. One end of the improvised rope was tied to a shower pipe running along the ceiling of the cell and the other had been twisted around her neck. Deputies said she had apparently stood on a chair and then kicked the chair out from under her. Sanity Tested Her death came as a sanity commission of two doctors were completing a report on her mental condition. The report was to have determined whether the girl would he committed to a state asylum or be tried on first degree murder charges. Her only explanation to the murder of Miss Giltner, who was a daughfer of a Michigan State college professor, had been "I had an insane impulse to kill someone anyone." She said she had felt herself going mad for more than a year. Veteran Naval Engineer Forming Syndicate to Salvage Cargoes of Many Ships Sunken in Great Lakes (Continued from Page 1) years ago 1 talked yith Capt. John McKay, who commanded the Pawab-18 when she went down, and he gave me a fair idea of where the boat lies." Connected with Lake's plans are Albert Houston. Joseph Creedon, and Jerry Cavanaugh. all of Detroit. "There are hundreds of ships lying at the bottom of the lakes." commented Houston. "Most of the more valuable ones are pretty well located and the difficulty has been the depth at which they lie. With Capt, Lake's submarine salvager, wrecks at a depth of 300 feet can easily he reached, and their cargoes removed and their hulks raised, if believed worth while." 'Lake's undersea treasure craft is a flat-topped steel drum which is let down to (he bottom of the sea from it h mother Khip and is connected with It by an enc'osed tube traversed by a stairway. Mechanical arms, controlled from within are attached to the drum. At the bottom of (lie stairway, opening out of the drum, is a door. Once the pressure within the drum has been made eijiial to that of the water without, tin; treasure hunter, clad in his diving outfit steps out onto (lie seabed or onto the sunken wreck. WORLD'S GRAINS STRIKE HIGHEST MARK SINCE '29 (Continued from Page 1) renin. Nw hitch prices for the ea-Hon for PVfry fouin dealt in by the: CUuuno Hoard of Trade except December orn. were recorded. The fren.icd ruah to accumulate grain ttupnllea wan attributed by AT LAFAYETTE Book L. R. Stewart of Newport to Speak at Annual Short Course Scheduled Next Month The annual beekeepers short course will be held at Purdue university during agricultural conference week. Jan. 12 .13 and 14. As in the past all phases of beekeeping will be dlscusBed and demonstrated wllh prominent Indiana and out-of-state beekeepers participating. Among the subjects lifted are in eluded "Beekeeping Today," "Location of the Apiary," "Tricks of the Trade." "Life in the Hive and Its Relation to Honey Production," 'Spring Management and How to Handle Bees During the Honey Flow," "Producing Comb Honey," "Importance and Methods of Re-queening," "How to Prevent Winter Losses." "Marketing Honey," Controlling Fouibrood Disease." and other important and timely sub jects relating to beekeeping. (Several Kpeakers Piof. W. A. Price, well-known bee specialist of the University of Kentucky, formerly of Purdue, will be the out-of-state guest speaker. Prominent Indiana beekeepers who are on the program include George F. Cain of Muncic, Ross B. Scott of Lagrange, L. R. Stewart of Newport, who is president of the Indiana Btate Beekeepers association, and George Hurst of Crown Point. Other speakers are J. E. Starkey, ciiief apiary inspector of Indiana, B. J. Welkens, assistant state apiary inspector, and Miss Aneta Beadle, B. B. Montgomery and G. E. Lehker, all ot Purdue. The course Is planned to be of value to the large and small beekeeper alike, as well as to fruit growers who are so dependent on honeybees for flower pollination. The meetings are free and open to all who are interested. For further details or for a complete program, address the Department of Ento mology. Purdue University, Lafay ette, Ind. Captured Robber Relates Story of Farmer's Murder WASHINGTON, Dec. 15. Beat en on the head, dragged two miles through a woods and his arms and neck trussed around a rock with his suspenders. Elwood D. Matthews, 65. was thrown alive into an Icy creek to drown. When he struggled to the surface, screaming for mercy, his killer fired four bullets into his bead. These details of how the wealthy farmer of nearby Silver Spring, Md., met bis death near his home Nov. 21, was told local police today by W. Joseph Kfrby, 22, of Smith, W. Va. He is held by Charleston, W. Va., police following a pistol battle with -state troopers recently. He was one of three men the other two live in this section who held up the farmer. Kirby was (juotcd as saying that he and his companions decided to holdup the elderly man because of his trait of carrying large sums of money, and because one of his associates "wanted to get Matthews for tesi fying against his brother." The brother was sentenced to 10 years in prison foi- assault and Matthews was a state's witness. He said he did not fire the shots. Alabama'! Black Bell Although it actually is a section with a heavy negro population, Alabama's black belt gets its name from the dark soil of its farm lands traders to a sudden realization by importing nations that the supplies of the exporting nations, depleted by drouth, crop reduction, and below average crops, are inadequate to meet the probable demand during the current crop year. Kovt5 emoijln :: v THE WINGS OF HIS yF"r AdfJi ' PLANE WERE WINGS l . J 1 ijRCCOi I; IV OF ROMANCE! f If H 'PICTURES ;: XjfeSA Air Chase ( ff ! I0c TONIGHT 25c :: XjSW with Cupid in C r . . Rate for Classified Ads and Paid Notices l-li-sr Aao nf insertion? Re for e&h reading line (one column line, like one of these). Next two days Insertion : the same Ic charge (you get three dayi at double the cost or tne ursi uji-Hivi insertion: the an me 8c charge (you get a whole week, six days, at taree limes iuc cost of one insertion). Each group of three days thereafter, 8c a line. IMack Face (like this), 10c per line. . All dandified ads Including memo- rianis and notices of all kiiku must be paid In advance exert Uiooe by MwniB, iiNtiifni whose accounts are paid monthly or those from or ganizations wnose onis rauH w linred before being paid. In the aU?r ease the person asking the publication of the nolle will be held rwiponslble for Its payment. FOR SALE Steel crib with mattress, 30x54. 4. Mis. John Toffolo, Faiiview. 133 Kour-room block house with basement, located at Newport between C. & E. I. depot and courthouse. Very reasonable. Inquire ut 226 North Tenth street. 138 r.nnil mal ranee and beating stove Hi 7 Walnut street. t33 For Sale Coal Night or day. 11 mile south ot Clinton on pavement. Briggs & Louden, phone 64 or 816-4. t33 POI'RTH VEIN COAL. UNIVERSAL MIAMI NO. 4. AM) BLACK BETTk- NO. 5. HARLE1T HUFFMAN. PHONE 10. 4tf PAID NOTICES Dc.ii.ifnl ,criar rhpnt now on diS' play at Doughty to be given away Friday evening, Dec. 18, at entertainment at Sacred Heart school at g p. m. This will be sponsorea at Group A Sodality for the benefit of the school. 135 CARD OF THANKS We wish to thank our many friends and neighbors for their many acts of kindness in our recent bereavement in the loss of our son and brother, also those who sent the beautiful floral offerings, donors of cars, singers, minister, Frist funeral home and anyone who assisted in any way. Mr, and Mrs. A. N. Foltz and daughter. 133 Try as you may, you can't find a rift thai will mean auite so much to your friends as your portrait it Is you. casnner muuiu. to-- WANTED Coal hauling. Call Andy Johnson, phone 815-12. 133 For Sale or Trade Combination roadster truck for farm equipment. 1027 N. 7th St. t35 Markets CHICAGO, Dec. 15. Livestock: HOGS. 3COO0; market 10c lower; holdovers, 2,(00; top, $10.10; hulk. $9.60 10.00; heavy, $.50 10.10; medium, $9.60 10.00; light. J9.40&9.90; light lights. J8.60&8.50; packing sows, S8.75& 9.50; pigs, $6.00&9.00. CATTLE, 9,000; steady. Calves. 2.000; steady. Beef steers: good and choice. $10.00 12.50; common and medium, 17. 00& 10.00; yearlings, $8.50 12.50. Butcher cattle: heifers, $5.00& 11.60; cows. $4.25017.(10: bulls, $4.268 25; calves, $5. 00ill.00; feeder steers, $4.60fe8.25: etocker steers, $4.60 (ci'8.00; stockor cows and heifers. 4.506.50. KHEEP, 6,008; steady; medium and choice lambs, $8.5098.O0; lulls and common, $6.60 8.00; yearlings, . $6.008 00; common and choice ewes. $2.604p4.50; feeder lumbs, $5.00&g.00. CHICAGO, Dec. 15. The sharp bulge In grains was checked today by profit taking. Wheat opened unchanged to 14c off, corn to 2c off and oats unchanged to tic off Trade continued active. Opening prices: WHEAT: Dec, 134 ,&-; May, 12914-130; July, IIIK-Vj. CORN: (new) IXjc, I0V4-; May. 104'4-lJ6; July, 10014-101; (old) May, 103-103; July, 97. OATS: lie.., 61; Way, 60-51; July, 45. CHRISTMAS SEAL SALE IS OPENED FOR COMMUNITY (Contlnusc Tfom rge 1) the past year tuberculoma has not taken a decline, because of lack of funds. Every person connected with the sale of seals has volunteered his service and works under the county, which works under the state, and the state under the national. Seals may be purchased from the school superintendents's office at 224 South Fourth street at any time, and all letters returned there in care of Miss Carlin. 'luranie. Mrs. Kaymoml Malone. Iiislallal ion will be Jan. 12. Mrs. Karl Slines is installing officer and Mrs. Oscar Church is ceremonial marshal. The slate convention will be held it Terie Haute in April. Mrs. Shel-v BIythe was appointed delegate with MrH. Jrlin peer alternate. Mrs. Willis Thompson was appointed special auditor. During the business meeting there were wo trans-rers and a new social member t, tlana camp. They were Mis. T. C. Marian from Metcalf camp, Mrs. Phoebe coiiklin from Clinton camp and Mis. Jury Gayer. Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Mciieynolils ::ent the weekend in Terre Haute. Former Kingof England 'Regrets' Archbishop's Attack on Circle of Friends, Prepares to Make Reply f Continued from I'atre 1) The duke, it wan bolh-vefl, harbors-no d'Pp and a biding affection foi tlm anbliislM i). who helped preri-pilule tb1 abdi -a Hon by refu.siiiK to anoint Kdward uf his scheduled "r-onution. By 04 '500 DOWN NO PAYMENTS 'TIL 1937! rmico 11 os A0ewi9"BiWGr,nj and what perfen ifi lr .hmtraai. American and foreign. "h Pniko lor-rign Timing iyiKm. oler l)nl. Gl"-ing Bum Tuning Barge Indi.aier im Htmo-Dynamu Speaker, and many other imporlanr features, t.hmrmaa delivery guaranteed 50 order now ! Lesi fjj f aerial . . Sold only wl"1 I'hilco llih- Ktliciency A-iial to in.-- 15r.-al.-til IW-iKII "''' I'""" 1 iioosi-: 1 itoM m:' PIIIL 'OK :.' up A. J. Doughty jMiniitiiri' - llus - iStmrs Oualily I irt, Aivtnys ,:st ZiH-XH Mm Sim I'liom ;(! Brandon Walsh f iv? GARGAM fi ; 'f " J C I 3 I r 6 D0DD Z 1 A Paramount Pirtur. with , I George IRVING ! : ' I f A REPUBLIC PICTURE , . JOHN HOWARD X KX and HARRY CAREY I . "ilfc ; . .' 'i X j Produced and Diractad " t bv WESLEY RUGGLES I Extra L Only 10c-25c I : ' t Vitaphone Act a . a mmm 2l Wedneulav and Thursday T I t w" fi. 1(" I I . . " I III Our Own y f J K..I.I. UMi.niMi;-. A hliirley I!osk I United Slatea i HIDEAWAY GIRL A VISIT TO SANTA CLAUS LAND jettil arj 8M4 spenJ Kapp4 3) W V r)K ISWOCPKMffO.RtSrS.1 6fyM J , ; -V'f v aoCKm.. as Thewoncer 01 (013110 uen sudoem inetj are surprised & delight J to receive an invitation from Santa Clous . . . . f 'iP

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