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The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana · Page 6

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The Daily ClintonSan, Clinton, Indiana Thursday, January 7, 1937 PAGE SIX New Senate Members Discuss Political Scene CLASSIFIED ADS H. V. Nixon Has Business on Same Site in Newport 50 Years; Born At Vermillion County Seat in '66 (Continued rrom rag I) I: , : . mm. itiijjmi m LEGAL NOTICES Rates for Classified Ads and Paid Notices SHF.IHFF'H SALE aulo workem nd Klaii men are aliened In Ihe war which already haa ahiil down or curtailed opera-liona In 23 of OM'n fi plants. Dewey obtained three tentative lernia for peace tor CM: (1) It will not attempt lo operate cloned plant while gftt lenient negotiation!! are in pioKieHN. (2) Sit-down atrlkira niHHt be evacuated from plantH before mirh iieiiollallona hetrln. (SI The rompHny will deal with Ihe law aa rcprcHcnliiiR Hn niembern hut not aK a ante barRtilniiiK aeent for alt tin cihployon. By virtue of a certified copy of a decree to mo directed from the First day of Insertion: 8c for each reading line (one column line, like Clerk of the Vermillion Circuit Court in a cause wherein U. II. one nf (heso). Next two days Insertion: the same WiIkIiI, John V. DavlB, John II. (Illinour, Christ Avo and Victor Ic eharRe (you cot three days at agreed. In 1890 he was married to Miss Cora B. Ellason at Milton. Ind. He has two daughters, Mrs. Joan Wulh-rlck of South Bend and Mrs, lone Sibley of i.ogansport; two sons, R. H. and M. I.. Nixon nf Torre Haute; twin grandsons, and seven other grandchildren. Mr. Nixon Is the only living member of the old Mnnhatlin club In double the cost of the first flay) Honuci hl, trustees doing business as "Trustees' Really Association" are Next Ihren days insertion: the ame 8c charue (you Rot a whole week, six days, at tbreo times the 1 cost of one Insertion). Each group of three days there FRANK DEFENDS plsintllfs and Kva Vale Kiehmnnl. David lllchmond. Carl Vale, Hilda Vale, Oeorgo Valo, Mary Vale. Audrey Both, Andrew Roth, Oerald Vale, Harold Valo. Clarence M. Vale and Paul Valo are defendants, ro-(lulrlng me to make the sum of Onu-Ihousand five hundred ninety seven after. 8c a line. lilark Fare (like tills), 10c per this stale. The other, Fred Davis, lives In Redlands. Cal. LONG RECORD IN REGENTS' COURT line. Mr. Nixon likes his home and his . All classified ads including memo. dollars and seventy cents (1597.70) work and sticks close to them. This rlams and notices of all kinds must with Interest Ion said decree and (Continued from P. ge l) be nald In advance enceirt those by year was the first time he has spent Christmas out of Newport. He and regular customers whose accounts are paid monthly or those from or costs. 1 will expose at Public Sale to Ihe highest bidder, on Saturday, the twenty-third day of January A. D. 1937, between the hours of Mrs. Nixon visited their daughter, Mrs. Wuthrlck, In South Bend. Mr. " . ' '-.: -.- . '" . ..ev? 0 o'clock A. M. and 4 o clock P. M. and Mrs. Nixon have lived on South ganizations whose Dills must ne allowed before beinfc imld. In the latter case the person asking the publication of the notice will be held responsible for ila payment. of said day. at the door of the Court Main Btreet for the past 43 years. House In Vermillion County, Indi gfjntjrMhwartZjjeej JilHejle anAndreww fa ana, Ihe rents and profits for a term not exceeding seven years, the fol Declarations of political intent in the ouster movement persisted dispite repeated denials of regents Harold M. Wilkle, Clough Gates, leaders of the anti-Frank faction. Frank hinted at It yesterday, at an informal discussion following the public hearing In which Galea and Wilkle read lengthy accusatory stalemeutss. Frank suggested the charge of "administration ineffectiveness" may be a "smoke screen to hide the purposes that may not definitely he expressed openly." Authorities Will Drop 'Hands Off Policy, Start Search for Kidnaper If Boy Isn't Returned in 12 Hours Hera are four new member of the United State aenate, left to right, Harry Schwarti of .Wyoming, Joan Lee of Oklahoma Guy If. Gillette of .Iowa, and C. O. Andrew of Florida, as they appear during an Informal political dlacuMton at the opening of ttia 75th congrea. FOR SALE Canary birds, females !iOc. North Water street. lowing Real Estate to-wlt: Lot Number Twenty-seven (27) in Amis and Martin's Addition to the City of Clinton. If such rents and profits will not sell for a sufficient sum to satisfy 417 tf3" (Continued from Pace 1) ither conference with flM he uiuied he situation "hopeful." Glass Is Scarce Lunch room. Good location. Priced ilKht for quick sale. 227 M'll-berry street. 152 MOTIVE SOUGHT FOR MURDER OF WILLIAM BRIGHT TWO DIE NEAR MONTEZUMA IN ROAD ACCIDENT (Continued from Pag 1) barn Torces of the law into an attempt to apprehend him and discover the disposition of his victim. Dr. and Mrs. MattBon plainly showed the mounting strain nf the Baled timothy hay, $11 at Kay Heber, phone 1)26-2. In the background, still stood the threat or more strikes and of plate glass shortage, the latter occasioned t&5 (Continued from Page 1) Dresses, coats, Btovo, oven, victrola said decree, interest and costs, I will, at the same time and place expose at public sale the fee simple of said real estate, or so much thereof as may be sufficient to discharge said decree. Interest and costs. Said sale will be made without any relief whatever from valuation or appraisement laws. December 23 A. D.. 1936. EARIj SMITH, Sheriff of Vermillion County. Everett A. Duvisson. Attorney for Plaintiff. 1224-31; 1736 by the glass worker strike at two and wringer. 431 Kim bt. t&l CUntonlan Advertising Commaadi Attention' plantB which furnish 85 per cent Three rooms of furniture. Write of all nlato glass for cars. The Box s, 442, Clinton, Indiana. tB2 11 days they have been awaiting for their son to he returned to them, although the physician continued to observe the highest traditions of his profession and call on the patients who were under his care before this tragedy struck Mb home. 40 acres, well-improved, 4 miles east of Clinton. Immediate pos driving is owned by the Michaels' Freight Line of Shelliyville. III., and Men Is was driving his own machine. The highway Into Montezuma was blocked from 7:1)0 a. m. until 11 ji. m.. becntiHO the trucks could not be removed. The bodies of the dead men were taken lo the nrov.n funeral home session. Also 5 acres, well improved. 2i miles northwest of Rosedale. r after. Albert Wollen. Fairliind. and Warren Johnaon, BoKKstown, found blood on the ralllnR of a concrete brldne near the scene. The body was recovered about 50 feel from Ihe brldce. Capt. Matt Leach of Ihe state police, who directed Ihe search, said he believed the slayers had shot the pharmacist once In Ihe car, then "took hhn to the corn field whre his hat was found and finished him off." Leach said no motive excopt robbery had been uncovered. M. Brown, 7B9 Elm street. t48tf Electric scales, store shelves and show case. Mrs. Win. Emmarl, Lyford. t52 In Montezuma and then removed to DANA OFFICERS ARE INSTALLED on (fife For Sale Coal the Waddlngton funeral home In Tuscola. PEACE TERMS IN GENERAL O ELECTRIC SHERIFF'S SALE By virtue of a certified copy of a decree to mo directed from the Clerk of the Vermillion Circuit Court in a cause wherein U. G. Wright. John F. Davis. John H. Oll-mour, Christ Ave, and Victor Bonuc-chi, trustees doing business as "Trustees' Really Association" are plaintiffs and Dorllia Bennett and Vern Bennett are defendants requiring me to make the sum of One thousand six hundred eighteen dollars and eighty cents ($1618.80) with interest on said decree and costs. I will expose at Public Sale to the highest bidder, on Saturday. 3 WRINGER Services Held by Eastern Star; Missionary Society Entertained ROOSEVELT WILL MOVE TO REVIVE NEW DEAL IDEAS FOt'RTH VKINCOAL, VNIVKItSAI,, MIAMI NO. 4, AND ltl.AOK BKTTV NO. 5. HARLKY HUFFMAN. PHONE 10. 64tf FIFTH AND SIXTH VKI.V tXAI.. CAM, MK FOR THICKS. IK-MVKKK.I). ANDY JOHNHON, TFI,-W'HONK 01H-ia. .(OiT FOR RENT the twenty-third day of January A.J (Continued from Pace 1) Control sforri and (top rH ' applies and relieves pressure directs drainboard. Washer illustrated also reduces ACTIVATOR Permanent lubrication, and Quiet Operation. HAM tY GIHIKAL tltCTUC AT IIUDGtrOKT. COMM. TAYLOR'S Radio Service GM STRIKES ARE PONDERED TODAY (Continued from Page 1) $5,000.0(10.000 aulo Industry, even more alarmingly. The two snags: Obstacles Appear (1) Recognition of the union as the sole eoltoctlve bargaining agency for HM'i 235,000 employes. (2) Withdrawal of si'-down strikers from the plants they occupy. James F. Dewey, federal mediator, twice during the night carried the terms of harmony proposed by both unionists and GM high command. Today before he opened an- 848 So. tG2 Furnished sleeping room. Fourth street. - D., 1937, between the hours of 10 o'clock A. M. and 4 o'clock P. M., of said day, at the door of the court house in Vermillion County, Indiana, the rents and profltB for a term not exceeding Beven years, the following Real Estate to-wit: Lot Five (5) In Block One (1) In Arthur Whltcomb's Addition to the city of Clinton, and known as No. 643 South Main Street in said The following officers of the Eastern Star lodge were Installed recently: 1 Worthy matron. Mrs. Howard Go-forth; associate matron, Mrs. Bert King; worthy patron, Sam Oamon; associate patron, William Pyle; conductress, Mrs. Bruce Nfcklos, associate conductress, Mrs. Clyde Blake; secretary, Mrs. Earl Stines; treasurer, Mrs. Albion Terry; chaplain. Mtb. Sam Osmon; marsh a 11, Mrs. Harry Bales; Organist, Miss Mildred Kuhns. Star Points: Ada, Mm. Glenn Hhoadcs; Ruth, Mrs, Homer Mc- Its Interpretation; but rightly considered, it can be used as an Instrument of proRress. and not as a device for prevention of action." "Means must be found to adapt our legal forms and our judicial Interpretation to the actual present national need of the largest progressive national democracy in the modern world." AW-22P Cepaefcy 7 ? PAID NOTICES $49.95 Up EASY Payments Phone 782 4M N. nth St. city. -4a If such rents and profitB will not NOTICE! Special called meetiiiK for Haz"l Lodce, K. of P., 7:30 tonight at sell for a sufficient sum to satisfy the ball. tul said decree, interest and costs, I will, at the same time and place ex NOT1CK! pose at public sale the fee simple of said real estate, or so much thereof I will not be responsible for any Cown; Esther, Mrs. Orville Miller; Martha, Mrs. Everett Warren; Electa, Mrs. Owen Swearfngton; Cen- debtB contracted by anyone. Eschol C. Brown. t53 as may be sufficient to discharge said decree, Interest and costs. Said sale will be made without any 'relief NOTICE! whatever from valuation or ap praisement laws. December 23 A. D., 1936. The annual meeting of the of the participating certificates Wliite Paper FOR EVERY PURPOSE EARL SMITH, Sheriff of Vermil lion County. Everett A. Davisson, Attorney for Plaintiff. 1224-31; 1736. of the Clinton Trustees System, formerly Clinton Homo Loan & Savings Association will be held Monday, January 18, 1937, at 7.00 P. M. at the office. 227 Blackman street, Clinton, Indiana. W. B. Nichols, president. M. M. Scott, sec.-treas. 16-1537 Jan. 5, 1937 Claims as allowed by the Board of County Commissioners, Vermillion County, Indiana, on Tuesday, Dec. 28. 1936, special meeting were the same as advertised except the For: following, to-wit: T. R. Woodburn Prtg. Co. $2,290.30 $3110 rej. clerical error. Mabel C. Payne Kruse... 40.00 CARD OF THANKS Our heartfelt thanks to all who extended comforting sympathy and help in our recent sorrow. For the beautiful service, floral offerings, those who donated cars, and other services, we are deeply grateful. Mrs. George Helegda and family. t51 WANTED tinel, Bruce Nicklas; installing officer, Mrs. Orville Miller; installing marflhall, Mrs. Charles Draper; Installing pianist, Mrs. Homer Mc-Bride. Quests were from New Goshen. Fruit and nuts were served. Hoclety KiiIHhIimhI Mrs. Roy Thompson entertained the members of the Baptist Missionary society at her home on Monday afternoon, assisted by Mrs. John McCool and Miss Dell Hutson. Miss Effle Pearman gave the lesson. Twenty-seven members were present. A plate lunch was served by the hostess. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Cooke, Mr. and Mrs, Harold Cooke and Miss Ruth Cooke attended a dinner given at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Flete Cooke near Quaker on New Year's day. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. George Woodyard of Georgetown, III. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Thorpe entertained the Men's Chorus of the M. K. Church at their country home on Tuesday night with an oyster $10.00 being rejected. Gordon C. Lang 90.00 $15.00 being rejected. uosa m. jonnson same Nancy Iewis same Everett nines 241.85 For: Picnics Dinners Lodges Home Use $17.60 blng rejected. 54H C. B. COOPER, Auditor Vermil Girl for housework, street. lilarkmm tC2 Banquets Reunions Socials Scenery lion County, Indiana. 1737 Was This "Kidnapers' Hideout? Detectives examine clues 1 We Have Installed a "Jiffy" Re- Winder Clean, White Newsprint in Convenient Rolls No Cores to Carry! No Deposits Required! .. r.. i:tir Miss Kraiices Hnlt, daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Hiram Helt and a leacher In the Rochester high school was taken to the St. Anthony's hos pital for treatment and observation during her vacation at home. She wiih able to return to her school Monday. Word was received of the death of Mrs. Estella Holllngaworth Nickels, 8.1. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Holllngsworth, on December at Sacramento, fal. She was a HtBter of Mrs. Harry Malone. Sr., of Dana. The funeral was held at Sacramento December 24. The body was cremated and will be sent to Newport. To be sure that a roll of the size you will require will be waiting for you, we suggest that you call The Daily Clintonian, Phone 41 or 117, and order paper from thfl Jiffy Re-winder in advance. Rolled to Your Order IN ANY AMOUNT 10 Yards Equal One Found Paper Is 34 Inches Wide 2 lbs. 25c Save wear and tear on linen. Just use clean, white paper on the tables at your next organization dinner. It costs only a few cents and may be burned afterward. Try it once. That's all we ask. M 'jr.": if 'AvzrrrJ WANTED Hides Iron flags Metal and Paper Highest Price Paid A. Dumes Water Street Discovery of an abandoned camp aite in the dense woods neari Olympia, Wash., not far from the Tacoma home from which Charles Mattson was kidnaped, suggested the theory that the camp may; have bee the abandoned hideout of the kidnapers. Two detectives i shown examining possible clues to identity of the cam pert. The Daily CBintoeiami READ THE CL1NTONIAN CLASSIFIADS IN 1

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