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December 29, 1936

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Tuesday, December 29, 1936 The Daily Clintonian, Clinton, Indiana Dana were Sunday guests of Mr- j PflzGS Awarded PARTY HELD AT After Air Bombs Ravaged Madrid CLASSIFIED ADS In Baby Contest Held at White's Rates for Classified Ads June, 1935, the seventh day of June, 1935, the fifteenth day of and Paid Notices ell Wilson and Mary Lou (.11- First day of Insertion: 8c for each reading line (one column line, like Ninety Present for Celebration Of Christmas Held by Community Club one of theBe). Next two days Insertion: the same Ic charge (you get three days at double the cost of the first day) June, 1935. and the thirteenth day of July, 1935, A. D., by Warren C. Sweltzer, Mortgagor, to the Administrator of the Resettlement Administration, a Federal agency established by Executive Order No. 7027. dated April 20, 1935, Mortgagee, on the personal property described he-low, as security for notes dated the fourth day of May, 1935, the sixth day of June, 1935, the seventh day or June. 1935, the fllleenth day cf June, 1935, and the tbirteenth diy of July. 1935, A. 1)., and under the terms of the said mortgage, the Mortgagee Is empowered to declare the entire indebtedness dun and payable on breach of any of the Next three days insertion: the lame 8c charge (you get a whole week, six days, at three times the una Mrs. wuimr iaiou. Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Poland and Alias Josephine Prulhiere wnre wefk end guests of Mr. und .Mrs. Enille prulhiere. Mr. and Mrs. John Crothers of ('Union were Monday kupsIs of Mr. and Mrs. Barton Pavey. William Randall of Terre Haunts spending a IV w days with his sister. Mrs. Km iik Lewis and Mis. Kiln Clark. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kcwfs, Mrs. Ktta Chirk and William Randall spent Sunday with M r. and Mrs. Ri'i-t Howard of Tennessee Valley. Mr. and Mrs. Ilarlun Pavey and Mr. and Mi'H. Aldyce Pavey went to I Jet roil to spend ho week wit h relatives. Miss Lois Mil.liell of Itockville is spending a few days wii h her pa t -ents. .Mr. and Mis. Homer Mitchell. Mi-, and Mis John AmuuM-man oi" Riley and Mr. and Mrs. William Sex-t'tn of Clinton were Christmas day coHt of one insertion). Each group of three days thereafter, 8c a line, Hlark Face (like this), 10c per line. . All claiMlfied ads including: ineuio- FAIRVIEW, Dec. 29 The Community club held a Christmas party at I he town hall on Tuesday. December 22. Aboul ninety were present. Cil'ts were exchanged by grab-ban und a Christmas treat given to all. Hunco was played at eight tallies and prizes were awarded to Marie Thomas. Harry Smith and Kenneth Neiilliimer. .Mis, Edgar I'eck and family were Wednesday guests of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Coltrell. I'.-T. A. Hits Kaffir The P.-T. A. ruffle was held Wednesday evening at the Fairview school house. The llrst ticket was h Id by Mrs. Mary Toffolo, who won a turkey and the second by Minda Watts, who won a Chicken. The third ticket, which was held by Mrs. foy were the first prize winners tn the hahy contest which ended Christmas eve. The contest, conducted hy White's pharmacy, hegan about six weeks In-fore Christmas. Ksich customer was kIvcii one vole for i hi h pi nny purchase made, and lie tjepnsiled Ids vote In the killnl hox I in any of t he :ju hoys or 2 V Mirls entered III the contest. Tin: ej(.'hi h'.idiny hojs and eight loading i i-1 s wen- ;i warded prizes. Fallowing are (m names of boys and prizes in the order awarded: It 10 s It W i I so n, Lionel t rain ; Donald U' Meyer, erector set; Doyne Daniels, movie projector; Charles Kd wa rd Mejer, microscope set ; C. K. S- helsky, Jr., electric Ruck Rogers i a ting set; Cilhert Rarhoe, truck and garage; Jackie Simpson, mooter, and Ronald Cene Mills, iilhall outfit. i Wieners in (he girls. rout est. -vere Mary Lou Cilfoy, Kat hrvu Swickard. Joan (loii'iton and Elizabeth Tin in. each were n warded dolls; Diana Kutch, crochet set; Donna Lee Doughty, laundry set; Rever-ly Anderson, dish Retjand Rsrbai.a Straw, a doll house. W!r,v.: iti& Nf-feyT 5c7v j LhajJ' f:; 4 ., rianm and notices of all kinds must be paid in advance eicept those by regular customera whose accounts re paid monthly or those from organizations whoHe bills must ho allowed before being paid. In the latter case the person axking (tie publication of the notice will be held responsible for its payment. conditions of the mortgage and to sell the property covered by the mortgage. NOW. THEREFORE, NOTICE IS HEREBY 01VEN by the Mortgagee that the property hereinafter described, or as much thereof as may be necessary lo satisfy the mortgage, together with all costs incident to tuking possession of, caring for, advertising and selling such properly, will be sold at public Client) SeX- guests of Mr. and Mrs. toil. Mr. and Mrs. Cot-hot Mrs. Klla )avia were enevts of Mr. mid Mrs. Ketnp and j Christ mas ; Ine Wrii'hf FOR SALE Monuments and markers. Best granite. High class workmanship. Prices and estimates gladly given. Carl D. Williams, 4 2(i Lincoln St.. Kairview. Clinton. Ind. H Model A li!9 Ford truck in good running condition. Price 1) for quick sale. Andy Johnson, phoue 915-12. HI auction at The Guy Rriggs farm, located on road known as "Bandy Lane" in Clinton Township, Vermillion County, Slate of Indiana. near Shepardsvflle, Stale of Indiana, on the sixth day of January, 1937, at the hour of 1:00 o'clock P. M. and that said sale will be conducted by the undersigned Leonard R. Fuggitt, a duly authorized agent of Iliilomal, won a dozen eggs. The raffle was a big success. Frni Reynolds of C. C. C, of Waveland came home lo spend the holidays with jis parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alex Reynolds. Del bert Hall of C. C. C. of Wave- churn. the Mortgagee. The property Cream separator, 9 gallon 631 Blackman street. n ..' .. ...r land came home to Rpend Christmas to the highest bidder for cash at Good kindling wood, very reason with his mother, Mrs. William Hall Jan'H Botts of C. C. C. of Wave- and family of Lyford. Mr. and Mrs. William Hunyan al ftaiTi'ht'-r, Lucille and Mr. and Mrs. Ilarrv HolmrlHon und daughter, P.et-ty Ruth, of Clinton were Christmas pnoKtH of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Run-yan. Mr. and Mrs. Kit Cran" and family of NVw Castle are spending a few days with his nmCter. Mrs. Kmma Crane, and O. D. Crane and famiy. Mrs. Ad't Vidlin!'er and son Kennel li had as Christ mas jr nests Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Johnson and r'atifhlers. Mr. and Mrs. Russell NVdlinper nnd son, Jerry. Mr. and Mrs. Mnr'on Xeidlinirer and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Ceortrp Neidlinger "nd familv. all of Clinton Mr. and Mrs Charles Whitted mid pon of, Princeton. Mrs. Rertha eidlincer of j able. L. W. Hershey, phone 21 land is also spending a few davs buy. real 1935 Dodge coach, Cheek &' Son. Some conception of the destruction and desolation typical of many quarters of Madrid following one of the frequent rebel air raids is given by this graphic photo of an apartment house which was left in ruins After a direct hit by one of the Fascist bomber. 39lf MANY FARMERS OF COUNTY TO ATTEND PARLEY . '.oninued from Page 1) 'if interest to Vermillion county i a i !M is will be the State Corn and iiiall drain show. Copies of the agricultural conference proirra m may he obtained by vrit n!' tn W. Q. Fitch, superintendent of aiTi'-uHural conference. Pur-U" I"niver:;ily, Iifayette, Jnd. 1934 Ford V-8 Tudor, heater, radio nerfect condition. Cheek & Son 39tf New 1932 Plymouth 4-door sedan, paint. Cheek & Son. 39tf Girl's Death Prostrates Mother 225 North Woodrow Washer, enth street. the lime and place above named, and the description of the property is as follows: One Black Mare, weight 1400 pounds, age five years, One Black Mare, weight 1100 pounds, age nine years, One Sow, spotted Poland China with three pigs, weight about 70 pounds each, 30 poultry, One set of Harness, One collar unit, One Model T Ford car. One International Mower. Livestock may be examined at the aforementioned Guy Brlggs farm. Other property will be exhibited at the place of sale. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand at Clinton, Vermillion County. State of Indiana, this twenty-second day of December, 1936. LEONARD R. FUGITT. County Rural Rehabilitation Supervisor. 1228-2936 Business Services with Mrs. William Hall. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil McWeihy spent Thursday in Terre Haute. Robert Cargal is spending a few days in Central Ky. Mr. and Mrs. George Cray nr Terre Haute were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Everett Bates and family. Mr. and Mrs. Manford Myers and family of Center were Tuesday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Oos-nell. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rav and daughter Barbara had as Christmas guests Mrs. Lottie Slater. Mr. and Mrs, Fred Coleman of Fairview. Mr. and Mrs. Clay Horn, Emiie Pederson of Clinton and Mr. and Mrs. Barney Ray of West of Clinton. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Smith Jr. and son Curtis of Terre Haute were Christmas euests of Mr. and Mrs. Terre Haute and John Pavne of Diamond. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Mitchell nK' f nm i 1 v wer ru es' sat n f ; m Vv dinner w'th Mr. nnd Mrs. Fred Mitchell of Torre Hautp Sunday. THOUSANDS IDLE IN CLEVELAND'S FISHER FACTORY Furs tanned and made up. Red or gray fox chokers. $6.00. Wayne Livengood, Hillsboro, Indiana. t49 For Sale Coal fCoutlnued from Page X) Three Judges in Burlington Iars' Contest Convene Tcday to Srlct lb cities, to be rjorations, locals held at Flint. Mich., , on Sunday, Jan See Harry t46 Good coal mine to lease. Fox, Crompton Hill. World's Biggest 36 Story Teller (Contlnii''" -mm rg I FOURTH VEIN OOAIi, UNIVERSAL, MIAMI NO. 4, ANI BLACK BETTV NO. 5. HARLEY HUFFMAN, PHONE 10. 64tf uary ?,, "The moot in g," a statement by i-'irt Vice president Wyndham Mor-'m r read, "is for the purpose oi" approving recommends l ions of the reii'-ral offices concerning collective I ar ;a Ining in Ceneral Motors." Markets INDIANAPOLIS, Dee. 29. Live s'' at a statin 4 to shovel snow man frying "hot do rink hired two tm-n Harry Smith, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Petak and nf his griddle. Al Cantert, Rndin FIFTH AND SIXTH VEIN COAL. CALL ME FOR PRICKS. IE-MVEREI). ANDY JOHNSON, TEL-KI'HONK 915-13. IO.V Pa., said h stock: HOGS, 7,000; holdovers, 132; market opened steady to' 10c lower; closed active, unevenly 10c lower to FOR RENT was hess nf a WPA '-few on an ex- a va t ion project . wh"re the men had to init a half hour oefore they start. d because tle-y dug so fast the rbovels got hot and sot fire to the ' andlos. 10c higher: weights above 32b lbs. showing most advance: 160-180 lbs. (10.55: 180-200 lbs., $10.60; 200- 225 lbs.. $10.65; 225-235 lbs., $10.70; 235-260 lbs., $10.60; 250 260 lbs.. $10.40(5 10.45; 260-275 J10.2510.30; 275-285 lbs.. $10.10 Macic 'Third Eye' Is Revealed as Research Scientist's New Gadget In Demontration at Atlantic City (Continued from Page 1) Sherwood found liy accident two years u o that the structure of textiles could ! studied with them he-cause of their slight penetration. Further research showed they could lie used to examine the insides of insects for which X-rnys proved a failure. 10.15; 285-300 lbs., $9.90 10.00; 300-325 lbs., $9.809.80; Two room modern furnished apartment. Garage. 442 Vine St. t46 3 beautiful large office rooms in Theater Bldg. Ideal arrangement for two doctors, dentists, lawyers, etc. All rooms in A-l condition. Heat, light, lavatory and reasonable rent. Palace Theater. t.4C Wanted to Trade TWELVE BODIES ARE TAKEN FROM WRECK OF LARGE AIR LINER 325-350 lbs., $9.659.80; 350-400 lbs.. $9.5009.70; 150-160 lbs, It r llXf V ctte7K s J I Mrs. Myron Steff XJ $10; 140-160 lbs., $9.75; 130-140 iConuiuieil from Paee 1) lbs., $9.50: 120-130 lbs., $9.25; 110-120 lbs., $9; 100-110 lbs., $8.75; sows steady, mostly $8.851' 9.60. top $9.65. CATTLE, 2.000; calves. 500; fully steady trade on all classes; no strictly choice steers offered; best. Claude 145 Piano for overstuffed suite. Hall, Fairview. daughter. Betty, had as Christmas Kiieits Mr. and Mrs. Mike Petak Jr.. and famMv of Cleveland o.. Mis-es Loti'se Ilarshman or Montezuma and Margaret Petak of Terre Haute and Johnny Jnhnso. Mr. and Mrs. I.ee Griffin and iw spent Christmas with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Allen McMaster of Cayuga. Mrs. Harry Smith Sr. and son Parrell are spending the weekend with her son. Harry. Mrs. Ida Eller and daughter. VII-na spent the week end in Chicago with Grace Eller. Ted Kite of C. C. C. at Rh-.'n" Sun spent a few davs at the Imm of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Kite. Miss Bertha Gi'-nnre nf Indfanar-"1 is spent Christmas with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Oilmore. Mr. and Mrs. James Hall an:l (laughter is spending the holidays with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bryant of Monresville. Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Jones nf Detroit are spending a few days with Mrs. Martha Short and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Perry Clark and Mrs. Mary Helt and daughter Ruth were Christmas guests of Mr. anil Mrs. Rex Myers and family of SI. Bernlce, Mr. and Mrs. Neil Sallerlee or Chicago are spending a few days $11.85; few loads. $10.25 up; bulk ihe urexbectetlness of the crash was ;he fact the safety belts were unfastened. permittihK tile victims to fall uto tile how. The customary department of commerce iiivestination was e.poet-ed to he launched this mornnm, under the direct. on of James Kinney, airline inspector at Los "Oh, no! Not my little girl my beautiful child." This agonized cry was wrung; from Mrs. Myron Steffner of San Francisco when h was informed that her five-year-old daughter, Carol, had been fatally injured in an automobile accident. rEAR OF JAPAN MOUNTS TODAY IlAI.NKlNti, .MaiK'hukuo, Tlec. 21. - Amu d action against Nanking hy the powerful Japanese Kwangtuug (mainland) al my was threatened today us indications grew that (iin-bi-uiissinio Chiang Kai-Shek might patch up his differences will) Chinese communist armies and confront Japan with a bolder policy. steers. $8.00 10.25; most heifers. $6.508.00; beef cows. $4.50I&1 5.50: cutter grades. $3.50 ft 4.2', ; weighty sausage bulls, mostly $6 down; vealers steady, bulk better grades, $12.00 12.50. SHEEP, 2.500; tat lambs mostly steady to strong; Bpots 25c higher on natives: yearlings and slaughter sheep steady; top and bulk choice grade fed western lambs, $9.50; lop natives. $9.50; bulk Texas yearlings, $8.26; bulk fat ewes. $3.00 3.5(1. top $4. LOYALISTS RELEASE ACCIDENT VICTIM t'.uaji.io, Indian Name The name Canada is from tiie Indian word for village. ESCAPED INMATE PAID NOTICES CARD OF THAXKH We wish to extend our most sincere thanks and appreciation to the friends, relatives and neighbors for their great kindness and tender sympathy so generously extended to us at the recent death of our he-loved father, Joe Bertotti. May each of you he hlessed for your many kind and friendly acts shown us ut this sad and trying time. We especially wish to thank the priests. Rev. Father Sylvester Zel-mer and Rev. Father George Zei-j rner. for their kind and consoling words, the altar boys, the singers and the donors of the beautiful floral offerings, also the Societa C. Columbus, No. 81, Societa Li hero Pensiero, Victor Pirates Crem No. 26, WPA project No. 9172, Dream-land Pleasure club and the North-' ern Indiana Power company. Ber GERMAN SHIP, BEGIN FIVE-FRONT ATTACK (Continued from P. fie 1) Spain. aiTiiiiliiin In repurtti. oilier small units lire leaving Hamburg and Stettin. RICHMOND, ind.. Dec. 29. The body of a man killed Christmas night when an automobile which he had stolen overturned on a steep grade south of here, was identified today through fingerprints as Carlton J. Buchman, alias Clarence C. liacbman. The victim had escaped from Tn-liana defoi-matory. rendleton, Dec. 24. He also had served reformatory terms in 1923 and 1934. CHICAGO, Dec. 29. Livestock: HOGS. 29.1100; 1015c lower; holdovers, 3.000; lop, $10.40; bulk. $10.00' 10.35; heavy, $1.25l 10.40; medium. $10.30 10.40; light. $10.0010.30; light lights. $9.00 10.00: packing sows, $9.26 fl 10.110; pigs. $7.00 9.85. CATTLE. 10,0011; steady. Calves. 2.000; steady. Beef steers: good and choice. $10.00 13.00; common and medium. $7.00: 10.00; yearlings. $9.00 13.00. Butcher cat EVERYONE SEEMS TO BE USING ALKA-SELTZER THESE DAYS Eventually-- but not for several inontlia, the full an. mm men Franc' asked will be made up in theHe little batches. (ieruuuiy mean w bile look Iht totti family. t4 1 I SHOULD THINK For Sale or Trade tle: heifers, $5.00 11.60 cows., tini about replying lo the French $4.25 7 00: bulls. $4.25 6.75 j and Hrilish notes, as 4n Porlual. mi THEY WOULD . .IT OOES WONDERS FOR ME calves. $5.10 1 1.00; feeder steers BEN RAHBEK IS GIVEN 2 YEARS 1936 Ford pick-up. Excellent condition. 650 8. 4th St., Clinton I49 ItuxHia and liny. Iikwcvit. indiiateil acceptance of the Joint apiicui Tor complete ccKsation of tin- "volim-ti'i r" yKtfih in Siain. WANTED $4.60 8.60: Blocker steers, $4.5o 8.00; stocker cows and heifers,' $4f,ll6.75. j S1IEKI'. 8.000; steady; medium1 and choice lambs, $8.75u.5n; culls and common. $6.508.50: yearlings. $6.008.00; common; and cnoice ewes, $2.504.5O; feeder lambs. $5.00 8.00. I MANSLAUGHTER CHARGED Woman to do housework and care for invalid. References. Apply at 702 N. Main street. 1 4 tJ LEGAL NOTICES FORT WAYNE, Ind., Dec. 29. Found guilty of embezzlement, Ben liahliek. formerly of AnderBon, was under two-year sentence to state prison following decision of Allen Circuit Judge Clarence R. McNabb who has had the case utider advisement. The charge involved the alleged misappropriation of $600 of the Consumers Trading corporation of which Rahbek was manager. CHICAGO, Dec. 29. Grain futures started firm today. Wheat Millions of users feel that they get quicker, more pleasant, more effective relief from ALKA-SELTZER than from old-fashioned unpalatable preparations. That's why ALKA-SELTZER is more in demand than almost any other single item in the average drug store. We recommend ALKA-SELTZER for the relief of Cos on Stomach, Sour Stomach, Headache, Colds, "Morning After," Muscular Pains, and as a Gargle in Minor Throat Irritations. We really mean it Use ALKA-SELTZER for any or all of these discomforts. Your money back if it fails to relieve. with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Johnson. John Payne of Diamond is spending a few days with his sister.. Mrs. Ada Neidlinger. and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. William Thomas and family of JasnirvHle, were Christmas guests of his parentB, Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Thomas Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Gross and family had as their Christmas guests Mr. and Mtb. Ray Helt of Clinton, and Mr. and Mrs. Herschell Andrews and daughter. Edna Marie, of Salem. Marvin Simpson has returned to St. Louis after spending the past week with his parents. Mr and Mrs. Herschel Buffington. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Davis and family and Cecil Davis of Crawfords-ville and Henry Prulhlere of Clinton were Christmas guests of Mr. and Mrs. Emile Prulhlere. Mr. and Mrs. Aldyce Pavey of Chicago are spending a few days with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Barton Pavey. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Eaton and Clee J. Rprague spent Christmas as guests of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Snod-grass and family of Nylesville Mr. aud Mrs. Marion Sprague of KENOALT.TU.LE, Intl., Dec. 29 Charge of involunlary nianKlmiKblcr against llurobl laii';. was filed yesterday in Nuble circuit court following tile reopenin;? of the inquest of an aulo crush south of here October 23 in which :t people were killed. was H to c higher with May showing the most iU'ength, corn Vi to i-c up and oats c higher. WHEAT: May. 135.-136; Julv, 118-119; Sept., 116. CORN: (new) May. 10C-ii: July, 103; Sept. 100; (old) May. 1U5U-4; July. lOltt. OATS: May. 51-; July, 45. In addition to an analgesic (Acetyl-Salicylate of Soda), each glass of ALKA-SELTZER Wasted Effort Jud Tunkins says many a young man with a fine future has used most of it up admirin' its fjt I " contains autauzers which help to 1 If t . 1 . correct those everyday ailments !L-'--' ' Hup tn Hvroir. AiHitu KTOCKHOLKKK'H A.NXL'AL MEETING The annual meeting of the stockholders of the CITIZENS STATE BANK of Newport, Indiana, for the election of directors and the transaction of any other business that may come before the meeting will be held at the office of said bank on Wednesday, the 6th day of January, 1937. Polls open from 2:00 p in V. N. ASBCRY. Cashier. 122936; 1537 Keaetilpment Administration NOTICE OF KALE WHEREAS. Conditional Sales Contracts were given on the fourth day of May, 1935. the sixth day of In 30r and 60c packages at your FRIENDSHIP TO LOVE FORT WAYNE. Ind.. Dec. 29 A friendship beeun in childhood more titan 6t years uso was climaxed yesterday in the marriage of Albert Eisner, 7?. of Princeton. Minn., to his former sister-in-law, Mrs. Zilla Cawflin. 7:i Mr. Klsner tended the first wedililiK of his present wife nearly 52 years ago. ) drug store. Where Cork Conies From Practically the whole of the world's supply of cork comes from what is known as the Iberian Peninsula, and North Africa. Portugal produces from 45 to 50 per cent., Spain about 30 per cent., Algeria and Morocco 15 to 20 per cent., and the South of France and Italy the remaining 5 per cent. Peaks Overtop Mount ilanc The Caucasus Mountains, the mighty wall rising between the Black and Caspian Seas, have no less than nine paks which overtop Mount Blanc in the Alps.

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