The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana on December 22, 1936 · Page 8
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The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana · Page 8

Clinton, Indiana
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Tuesday, December 22, 1936
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'aire The Daily Clintonian, Clinton, Indians Tuesday, December 22, 1936 THE DAILY CLINTONIAN Found W 1 1 I Awarded $1,600,000 Alimony! Established as The Weekly Cllntonlan 1 8 i 0 The Cliotoo Plaiodealer absorbed in 1U8. nt. rfrfinp- to mr neaoe of mind. . Now, listen, I don't approve of this hospital training, but if you must Grge L, Carey.... Editor and Publisher alered at the Poetofflce at Clinton, Indiana. as second Class Matter. Member Indiana Republican Editorial Aesoeistion National Advertising Representative: GEO. B. DAVID CO. 1SO0 Wrigley Bldg., Chicago. -Ill Genera Motors Bldg.. Detroit 110 East 42nd St.. New Tork try it, go and see miss rneipp, the chief nurse at St John's, and say I sent you. Then come back at 4 and I'll take you for a drive and we'll talk it over." "Thanks, Donald. Goodbye." He watched her eo. A tall, slim making loud remarks about "room for one more." and "three's not a crowd today, she realised that she must he been ami ling to herself. But she didnt care. She felt like smiling. A spring day like this, with sparrows making bold love fn the tree-shaded street and the very air a caress. . . And because she couldn't help be-ing glsd she was alive she thought again of dad, who was dead. This would be a good afternoon to carry some flowers oat to the cemetery. She didnt go there very often. Of course, where he was gone, it didnt matter. He'd ba the first one to ut it was nonsense. Still, if CHAPTER XVII fn the iiK-rnmp she went, early as usual, to the nursery school, to say hat she was leaving, and at 1 o'clock she went to Donald Latham's oflire, to have her last talk with him. She had never been in his oflioe before. He was impressive, and little strange, sitting at his huge d;sU. 8he tried to be brief. "I just wanted 1 explain why I've given up the nursery," she said i ripkiy. '! didn't want you to think J'd tired of it. And there wa another thing. I thought you might help me get into a hospital for training, you know. I don't know tnuch about how things are done, and I want it to be soon " Phone 41 child with gold curls showing under Phone 1 1 7 THE DAILY CLINTONIAN'S PLATFORM: . 1. To farther every interest of Parke and Vermillion counties. 2. To assist the revival of tbe Indiana coal mining industry. 3. To cooperate in solving Vermillion County's unemploy the little black hat. and a smattering of freckles aver ber tip-tilted nose. When ie nurse rapped, very softly, for the third lime, she found him staring into space, his Jong legs stretched out before aim. hands in his pocket, something like despair on his thin, ruddy face. Christie walked up the broad stone steps to St. Jonn's hospital, others have flowers on their graves, dad ought to have aeme, too. "You wouldn t like it, ne said flatly. His face wan flushed, and he Khe took a street car vo uh gate. ment problem. Then she walked, in the warm, 4. To beautify Clinton and make it the most attractive city seemed nervous, even angry. bright sun, out the long road 'Ys, I would. I'm quit sure I of its ante in the stale. would. Anyway, it's something to Ao and I'll like living in a nursing f ' -a . ' ' V fe !:7cl !' f ? K f I v--jT ! I f 4 " Mp- lilv I.mher1 Mm. iMnllv lumber! --chool better than I will living " here 1 where 1 leei tnat i- " .Surely you don't feel that you're "ct welcome any more: why Christie, that isn't like you. LTm . . . well. Just the same I'm irking to try to get into a hospital, j thourht you might help me' "Of course, I'll help you. I'll do anythine for you. But. my dear, o's foolish. I don't fel that you're fitted for it. Now. be a sensible. ONE PROBE IS PAYING Another argument comes forward in defense of congressional investigations of the operations of big business a practice much denounced by big business as producing confusion and uncertainty and thus rendering impossible large-scale national recovery Congress recently appropriated something more than a million dollars for an investigation of thr American Telephone ck Telegraph Co. by the federal communications commission. The inquiry, now under way. is expected to end next summer. Meanwhile, the A. T. & T. has announced reductions of more than $20,000,000 in long distance telephone rates. Befoie the probe winds up there will probably be some other reductions. jrirl and ftay on at your aunt's for a while, while we plan "That's another thing. I'm not going to see you any more. Donald. I've been thinking about it, and I know if I were in Adele's place, I wouldn't like it much. I have taken a lot of your time, you know." "Don't be absurd!" He went to the window, and stood with his back to her, looking out at a brick w all and an expanse of One of the largest alimony awards on record went to Mrs. Emily Milliken Lambert, daughter of the late multi-millionaire chemist, John T. Milliken. when she received a divorce settlement of $1,600,-O00 irom her husband. J. D. Lambert, wealthy drug manufacturer. Her decree, obtained in a St. Louis court, was awarded on grounds of menUJ cruelty and was uncontested. She also won custody of their two tvunor children. USE YOUR OWN WORRY There are citizens all over the United States who are worried about the coming speculative bcom in stocks and fearful of the effect of another crash upon the nation. All well and good, we say. but sometimes it occurs to us lhat , these citizens could be using their worry and fear to better advan- YESTERDAYS W'illii.m Sin.ur of Brazil is visit. n; home. Twelve members and thr-'c quests. Miss Mildred Martin. Miss Maude t "tHijHf i iid Mrs. J allies 1'Vl-Ui ws were present. Kuril ie was played ami prizes a warded to il vs. Jloy BozartU. Mrs. K. JC. Hoc. and Mr. aiul Mi'P. .John ,Vloui. aini'lx'U ami son I.k jlaute Tuesday. Mrs. Matt ( were in Tern other curtained windows across the cuurt. he looked at his broad shoulders, the bixk of his light brown head. She thought, irrelevantly, "he has nice ears ... I like the way his hair grows in the back. . . Aloud, she said: "Just the aanw I mean it. That's why I came today to explain it all." The nurse tapped at the door, put her head in. "The patient in the t ratment room is still waiting, doctor." "What? Oh, yes yea. I'll be right there." "I'll tell her. Thank you. doctor." The door shut. Christie got up. Tm going. I didn't realize how busy you are. Coming here bas been sort of like meeting you for the first time. I never really thought of you as a doctor before, isn't that funny?" He turned, smiled a little, "Quite." "I don't mean that I didnt think , you're a good doctor. Well, I didn't ; at first, in the hospital when dad ; was ill. but after the others came,! Mrs Cilheri Martin and Miss Ma tin. n est. Mrs. Charles Be.ebee iind daughter, (Jllit. sj.oiu Sunday at IStaiin-ton, the gu'.'sts of Mrs. Bet bet1 'ts son. Charles Smith and family. "Not even thinking of you as a person but just a tonrc of all blessings." . tage if they surveyed their own individual position and attempted to shape-up their own policies. It s a joke to hear a man talk of Wall street danger when he , has never been able to put two months pay in the bank as a safeguard against a sudden need. He is overheated about what speculation will do and anxious to curb the peril but he never stops long enough to look ahead for himself. Itmight be a good idea to begin enough to look ahead for himself. Ii might be a good idea to begin course during the next 12 months towards effecting something that might approach economic freedom for yourself Fred Ji"eder, who in Kanova. '. 'a.. AVednesday nielli to days with his parents. Yalzah Itoeder of v lea -lies school arrived home ielid the hnti- Mr. and Mrs. lute o. Mr. few days hoping her voice wouldn't shake too much when she asked lor the su perintendent of nurses. Self-conscious and miserable, she waited in a corridor. Other people Keeder arrived home a earlier than he was e.vpi count of a flue epidemw a ie ted on ac- waited, went away, fche decided The youngest son, Vernon, of Mr. and Mrs. Kred Barnes, was seriously but not fatally burned by drinking Lewis's ye one day last week. The liule fellow is (loins nieely at pn sent . they'd forgotten her. Then, before in Kanova chisin 1 he she was quite ready, neiore sne nao her little speech all prepared in wh ieh ntseej-sitated schools ahead ef lime I saw that you were. But mostly I've just thought of you as a friend. And I've been selfish taking everything you crave me, not even i han love, love." Your children hae x inoilicr's love. Cil i. who has li mi'.1' en lr. thinking of you as a person, but just as a aource of all blessings and Mj'b. nd. Ohio. to the plot Aunt Nettie had bought last September. The big white stone, with "Cooper" cut into it, didn't look quite so new any more nd the heather and acacia trees by the path were heavy with bloom. She put the daffodils that she had bought in the unken vase at the base of the headstone. Her hand rested gently on the thick tjreen frrass. "Darling, I won't give up be-onging to you, no matter what they tell us. We did belong to each other anyway, didnt weT And -you can be glad again, for I'm starting a new life now, and you can be proud of tne again. . . ." Pity for herself who had lost him and pity for him whose eyes were forever closed to the sun and the spring brought a few quick tears to her eyes. A flood of memories swept over her, washing her heart clean of the last festering resentment against Aunt Nettie and the girls. After all. she had had dad all will) ill' litupius or something uuuilism in an ;m-uays, has reeent ly ineul . She laughed, a little nervously. C. V-arrived .end the . Ashley W . Ashl Ashley wt in Clinton ( 'h l ist nla s parBiils. y of Vine THE HOMETO WKER To Love and Live and Let Live The poor who de Kle fur iiPVerjil holed it ii improv Mi'! starve He smiled again. p the poor! helping. CU'XehHI lasi eve holidays Mi. and street. w ith M rs. "Do you know that I never really knew what you looked like till to day? I mean what you really looked like. While you were answering There ie .good in every human. her head, a secretary called her. Her voice did quake a little at first, but it didn't matter, because tall, red-faced Miss Phelps did all the talking. Lightheaded with relief, she walked down the stairs again, clutching her bag with the memoranda of things she was to get and to do. Things were coming along. She'd had lot of bad breaks, but she could take it. Dad always said she was a chip off the old block, and she'd go right on being it, even if he wasn't really her father. "Matter of fact, I don't believe I'm not his daughter," she told herself as she walked on down the street, swinging her bag by its strap, stepping out briskly. That wasn't strictly true. The letter did seem to prove otherwise. But just the same she could think, as she liked. Mentally she adjusted the white- fn;cKiiii-;i: nt'jH Mr. and Mrs. B. V. Harritioii i Klin st reet spent t h is a fteriioon Koi kville when' .Mr. Mai risi pluyod Pa nt a Cla ns for the pi: pi who are taught by Miss Until Hayel; chn'on. The .saying "Give unlil it hurt does not apply to Christmas, I'm sine. You're only supposed to give what your heart dictates. This is the season lor J,oie, liHtiKhliT, kiiMli.fsti and 4 Uselhsli- IK'MS ! This Christ mite when giving your gift, be sure not to tie any string to your gift. MOVIES MM) HOI,nit' :r 'i hi: I' Vi.a i: liikcs ils lira) r.,i kifldinc in 1 1: i-llirillcr, -Mud lliilidny." mid yi-l iiiiiiui!;i s in wind up as 11 null myp- those years that she was growing up. Nothing eouio rou ner on tnat. She'd bad companionship and love the telephone, I looked at you. I Old not know you had blue eyes before for one thing- Well, I'm harder to get rid of than any of the patients, aren't I? It's because I sort of hate to lose you 111 miss you. Goodbye 1" "Goodbye." "And if ther ak ma for references at the hospital, can I give your name?" "Yes, certainly." The nurs- oped, opened the door again. "The patient-" "bet her wait!" he said curtly. "Yea, doctor." A faint giggle escaped Christie. "I didnt know you could be so mean, either!" "I'm not mean. I'm worried. I have plenty of trouble, and you're You mothers who are blue lu -cause you cau't give your youngatnn; a big ,ChrifltnuiF, please don't forge f that "no greater gift has any man Mrs. Third ; be i f; of nine, ut Charles Monthly of I rei-t enliTlailied I he the Bid-A-Wee Hull la a Ch rist mas paiiy j and ecstasy, and if she d also bad heartbreak and made mistakes, that, too, was in the past. She was still young and strong and alive. Self-Reliancc Do that which is assigned thee end thou Ctinst not hope loo muoh or Hare loo much She'd show them . . . show everyone. Make a career for herself ... do lely lts-lr. lull ul' 1-tlsiM'lts.' jtnd 111-1-ndrania. Edmund Line pliiys lln lutrt ol' a inovii a -lor v. !.( siMTiiilj.t-; in di'tm I hv rol.'S. Tin ii ol ruai'tillp sui it volt'n. hi1 mulks mil o!' liif yln- thine ... be famous . . . found winged cap she d soon be wearing. She could almost hear her starched blue skirt rustle as she walked. When two bovs in a ramshackle Another Guy Takes a Walk! a hospital for children and name it after dad. (To Be Continued) old car painted yellow honked and drew up to the curb, laughing and fli'.i and ImmmIh a s ALACR! I'M . lo (I V lor: trip. lii-ii a hud in hit fcUUt.-ruoni. tu TONIGHT H ni'Mii'V Irmii i:aliliy I" "I'l' ari"l!! uirt"'-K and r"ai"'lin Ayrr:- i;: a ;;a vim- man ii uilh a ni,i!l."iian'',!i daii):'''! I'iii In ih'-lt iiinii'it an ton ii,'i:. li'i'i.' M..!iti.ii. v i SHE a ri'al doluri iv.i- 1,0 t It'ar L'ln-so Llilldl plawia HliHT thr i.lorin.: 'Iril H'.'lv is pie.1!!; t' Ml . .aSii I'ltt;; ii Khjp's I'luiin'iiinT and IJdmu a ijiiiii bruvi 1 'd d to he Ii illlwlt. .1 dt'ti'i'-H ntudl" a noii'-v M-niU'd;. II" linal il . "I'l inn' BOTE . M. Kay. l'"l -Z.Y- RPE R if Kill!. 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Hi no's Ancestors "My honored ancestors," sntd Hi Ho. the sane of Chinatown, "m-ekided men of both wealth and posi ...BUT m&cflvritf n HE RL TMItlC WAS 00 JOKt! ii i'i i: hi vj'Kir A I 'I'll I'l AH.'IMI- W'ariitT Ki'.i'T ii Willi liivi-d null Illlll .- in -TI." Ii' In lil'ii and i.l .'Miii;' ' t li.ini ' NH'Mvl llllW V AT 'I UK OKI ,MM. This liriidii'-I inn liic.'i; vtiii lli" "Vid'.wii mi Itic "Slia l.c(l" n" i,"K I pi iii-l.i.-t-d I' main it, mill. i Ir- wliu ilalil.v seess ,, , - : 10c TONIGHT 25c X C3 "paeine u,e Ti,robred5" j 1 J' Zpif'' OX "ov'e'ole News flPCKOi Star Reporter in Hollywood tion, owing to the fact that none of tnat tax tlit-m ever sought a position did not carry lut.ionty as l .-ntl-v-lnr " f iii lunupi "W jt jm s 'i COLUMBIA Extra Joy "CRIME DOESNT PAY" VITAPHONE ACT Admission 10c-25c Coming Thursday end Xmas O'S !0r KH.O TFAM ! Tuesday and Wednesday LEW AYRES and JOAN PERRY in "Shakedown" POPEYE, THE SAILOR in "Bridge Ahoy" Final Chapter "THE CLUTCHING HAND" No. 15 10c and 15c 3 mm t 0 L I m. .f ; i f T e i I, - -- 1 "' " J

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