The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana on December 17, 1936 · Page 4
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Thursday, December 17, 1936
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Thursday, December 17, 1936 The Dallv Clintonian, Clinton, Indiana Page Four Edward Reported Asking King to Markets Spirit. of Christmas Reigns Throughout World and Col. Josiah Wedgwood, labor- lte, planned to demand of Prime Minister Stanley Baldwin why the archbishop ol Canterbury was permitted to use the British radio monopoly to cast disparaging comments on the former king's friends. for uive ner . . . AS ' Silence Critics; Speech Made by Primate May Reach Parliament (Continued -rom rige i I Ilntish llroadcaBtini.' corporation. With An ABC Washer What finer Christmas gift could there be than the added leisure afforded by an ABC Washer. Clothes are cleaner, whiler, when they are washed the ABC way. An ABC saves Time, Money, Extra Effort, Health, Clothes and Clothes Investment. The new ABC is Ihe Christmas gift ideal. BUY NOW! PAY NEXT YEAR! Xo Down Payment on Ijiyiiways! XMAS EVE DELIVERY CHICAGO. Dec. 1 7. Uvestock" HOGS, 25.000; 10c higher; holdovers. 1,000; top, $10,2r,; liulk, $!l 7010.20: heavy. $11.75 4S medium. 10.20; lKlit. $.ii0 10.20; light liKhln, $S.7fi(ii Il.ia; packing sows, $8.75 D.tia; P'r" $6,110 (Si 9.25. CATTLE, 5,00(1 ; steady. Calves. 1,500; steady. Ileef steers: Knd and choice. $10. "0 (if 12.50; common and medium. 7.Mtf 10.0: yearllntts. $8. 50W 12.75. llulclier cattle: heifers, $fi.00lil 1 1.50; cmT, $4 257.0O; hulls. $4.25 (ll 25 : calves. $5.00(0)11.11(1, feeder steers, M. BOWS. 25: "tockiT Hi-ers. f4.uu, (fDS.OO; stncker cows and heifers, $4.50fff B.50. SIIKKI1, 8,ono; steady; medium and choice lamhs, $8.r.0Ci H.uu; culls mid common, $(i.iidf(i s ou, yeurllnKs, 1 6.00 fr 8.00: coininoti nud choice ewes, $'2. ROM 4.fi0; feeder lamhs, $5.00(8.0(). CHICAGO, Dec. 17. drains opened irregular today with rye. yesterday's star performer, up another M to VjC December rye hit a new seven-year top, touching $1.13. WHEAT was c down, corn wc up to Mi c down and oats to Vic off. Opening prices: WHEAT: Dec. 1:1:1 liny. - 1.29 14; .luly, 116-. CORN: (new) Dec, unit ; May. 104 W: July, 100; (old) May. 102-: July, 98. OATS: May, 50 14: July, 4a 'i. RYE: Dec, 113; May, 109; July, 10514. REDS, FASCISTS OF 3 COUNTRIES IN HARD BATTLE (Continued from Page 1) lighting in the Boadilla baltle, rebel headquarters announced that several positions formerly held by the international brigade in that sector had been taken. Anti-fascist Italians. Cermaiis, Frenchmen and Poles, with a sprinkling of other nationalities, form the noted brigade. Firemen and oilier squads of rescuers worked all night to extricate the nearly 100 dead and more (ban 200 wounded in the big air raid. Fifty laborers' houses were destroyed in the Cuntro Caminos section of Madrid In a raid aimed to help the rebel drive around Ihe northwest. 1 - V For Years to Come m. rack Despite the varied customs which govern the holiday in different countries, Christmas is the most universally observed occasion of the year. This typical Christmas scene will be duplicated in millions of homes throuclioiil the world as youngsters eagerly examine the contents of Santa's MKf BEOS. "Radio's Home" 224 Blackman Street Phone 169-W the label's of her family. Whether Ihe young girl whose case has aroused national interest would he !!iven her freedom on bond was uncertain. After her fust con viction. Jilil-e A. A. Kkceli refused tn release her on bond until after the court of appeals set aside mi) verdict. The defense charged that Max-will's death liiiKllt have been caused by a heart attack. The state argued (hat Kdith killed hi r father Willi a blow on the head, inflicted with one of her high-heeled slippers or possibly with an electric iron. COUNCIL SETS RATE FOR MEN Acceding to the demands of the Cinlral Labor union tor the "prevailing wage rale," the city council agreed in liiefr' meeting last iiighl, that, hi ginning the first of the year, KVaR sssj? .fftWxc W Penney Employes Slated to Share Christmas Bonus Tim iiiiuoiiurenietit was made In-day by Hit; nianuger uf I In; local .1. C. Penney Cnmnany slnrc. Mr. Fletcher. Hint Ihi' associates of this shire will share in a Chrislmas bonus. The Penney Cuinnuny teconl ly annuitized an extra J i;i i n 1 1 1 for over l!r.,()u(1 associates In all sluros. nttlccs ami war.nni.s. All Inr riilny'H who I"IVI' ""' mnuiuny our a year will re.-civc )iloliortionn1o uuinllllls. In tin' Clinton store Koine 1 I -nulalcs will share In UiIk bonn Tin' local llialiai'il', Mr. Kiel rliol . rotnnionlcd as follows when asked ahmii ibis plan: "I personally was very happy I" Irani nf I li t:i decision liy our bonnl lil direi'llil'S. Till' " I i tl UMlMl ! . III.' I lie rutin' Penney Ciilnpaliy, has hail a ,'ipli'inliil year. Our wim'n M ! In Ihr win, nr all Hi" group in H'l: i liiir, I am sure thai mil' ' ii- l'Hii-i rs. like If. will In liappv In ',-Ilirsn good friends III theirs ill t lin- 1 i ii receive lliis piiliplanl ial n '' ml inn nf tlirir lino service anil of furtr.." DELAYED SEARCH WILL START FOR AIR LINER TODAY (Continued from Pi re D "lire." declared .limniy James, veteran pilot, who will lead the aerial search for tlio inissim; airliner soon alter daybreak ir weather permits. With clearrr weather promised, the air squadron or throe army craft, throe transport ships and possibly two smaller planes cpcet to covi r the rocky peaks between Salt Lake Cily and I'l'i'.o. In addition, ground parties, on liorsoliaek and afoot, beaten back liy Wednesday's storm, plan to reach the higher slopes (if 12,000-foot Mount Tillipanngos and 1 1,000-foot Peak. Several hundred ranchers and 300, CCC cnrollces will compose the searching parties. HOSTAGE LEADER ORDERS NANKING TO HALT TROOPS (Continued from rage 1) in avert the ivil war. lVarinir it would mean sai-iitiro t,f licr Iius-lmi:d's lift'. ",. V ------ Dropping only pamphlets, K"vern-liicnt airplanes are staging frequent demonstration raids over Sianfu, Hlmwiiie: Marshal Cliani; what could happen. At one time 2i'0 j,tmler.t: droned over the city in iinpiessive formation. LIMITED TICKET SALE OPENS FOR ANNUAL BANQUET (Continued from Page 1) the dual purpose of honoring the football players anil celeliratins the many improvements wliirh have marked the past year in this city. FORMER CLINTON MAN IS HONORED Aid. n l"oli y. "I Decatur, formerly of Clinton, was initiated into the nine Key. national honor fraternity, last niglit following a banquet held at lie. Elk's Cluh. Sevi 11 oilier young ne n. all Hose Poly students, wen ;.' 'n ini'i.'trd last niulil. "Million-Dollar J" ' , X ti i. S 'if-'- Hubert, Jr, and DEFENSE BEGINS WORK TODAY IN TRIAL OF HICKS l Continued from 1'aKP. 1) near Kniiiu nee. Ky.. in. I the head and hands, eniliedded in cement and lime, were lished from a pond near CarruHtoii. Ky.. I wo w eeks later. Hicks was i haillTeur lor Milhr's elderly H.,..r. .'lies flora Mill.T. and aliecedly 1 .'(1 the slayiiiK with a roliliery innlive. GROVES SHOWS TO STAY HERE DURING WINTER (Continued trom Page 1) proximately 1 .', employes nl I he company will spend ihe winter here. A stalelin'ot Va l'UuVi'l ifiafrumlier, paint, hardware and all articles obtainable will be purchased from local business linns. The Croves shows w ill carry i id-inr devices, eilit or ten shows and about Iweuly concessions. The man-ainmonl announced il is their aim to sel out in the sprillir with til" cleanest show mi ihe rnail anil maintain operal ion on a mora! slandanl. Mr. Croves e;ieits to anaiice to open Ihe l!i::7 season in Clinl"ii. EDITH MAXWELL IS ONCE MORE FOUND GUILTY OF SLAYING f Continued from P;irp 1 ) cr '-ii!!"r (lun'its (ii;irrl ov(jr a Th- jury nqtiirt'd nulv i tt lnmr iiiid niiHUlt-:- to h;i1i it- vi idil in i lie s-cniid tri;tl. As i; -:? (!-IiiT.-jtinp: I-Milli. pal- Iml ,-i.tltl.n-;, it s:tl fltlii 1 1 v ill 1))' jilllf Wi-f f"iifii con ri it n mi villi Boy" Victor warn 'nCTffiTOsismB T Willlul'I.IHIII 1 One of the Favorite Gifts Nowadays they're walnut veneered but we point out that all are trenuine "cedar chests," guaranteed to protect your apparci! all extra laborers employed by the city will receive 5(1 cents an hour, This arrangement will not affect the regular employes, who are to be paid a monthly salary. Second Skeleton Is Discovered by WPA Workersat Gravel Pit; More Rumors of Violence Brought Out (Continued from Paee 1) oli with a.shotcun. The theory that it was a man find that he was murdered is generally accepted, although il is considered unlikely that Ihe victim was resident of Clin ton. I. Ises for Kilkenny's Churches Churches of Kilkenny, Ireland, have been put f'u various uses. The mthedral. has Jjeen -a stable, the 1 Franciscan a iciui c 1 ain-irx-un "; " the Black abbey a courthouse. I tin JKk ftffc MAIN RUGS STOVES Main Street 'tefllfiIl,i 'Vw S MODEL HO. T 000-000' Priced from .75 TO .00 kg Aja M ide of Gen uine Tennessee Red Cedar, with Roos Patented Tray. The lower compartments are easy to gel in- to You will a fine find group cf hand-ECine models to select from, at prices ranging from $15.75 up. I -..- 'Aa. W '. . f ' Air-ws-. v... 4 Far away places brought right to your home. Domestic and Foreign Broadcast Police and Airplane TransmissionsTwo Bands and new illuminated dial and other improvements. A beautiful walnut cabinet with inlay 'of rich ebony. Where else can you find so many un-. usual features at this low price. The Schrader Policy Is Satisfaction or Your Money Back !' ' Gifts of Enduring Beauty and Lovely Sentiment! Hubert J. Jenkins, Sr. FURNITURE 235 South 300 South Main Street ROY STAATS, Mirr.- Phone 11 Endme"a'fmir-year le?l battle. Hubert J Jenkins. Sr . npht. of Louisville, Ky.. won custody of his "million-dollar" . left. ho. by the same decision, wag found n-Mful clain.ant to the estate of Ins late grandfather. T. L. Bradford. Dallas. Tex., insurance tycoon Binoununc to irore Urnn JLOufctiiUj

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