The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana on January 20, 1937 · Page 2
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Clinton, Indiana
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Wednesday, January 20, 1937
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Wednesday, January 20, 1937 The Daill Clintoniun, Clinton, Indiana PAGE TWO Freed in Dance Hall Death Tvo:N6tables at . ( CV" ' - v I Three Judges sitting In the Norwich, Conn., murder tria of Robert Simp, on, eurly-haired crooner and danos orchestra eader, cleared him in the death of 17-year-old Ellen Sullivan. Simpson is shown with his mot ,cr after he had been freed. Th. acquittal followed immediately .fter h-Ut had finished iu casa and th defens moved for dunuss! ot lh- "barKe. SZX&& ZrZl r cen Conferring on Most Fertile Region Salinitas, center of the nitrate-producing region of Chile, lacks vegetation, although it is the most fertile region in the world. It is one of the few spots where this wonderful fertilizer, nitrate, is of no use. The sun pours down wilh such intensity that nothing will grow. Music Hath Lamb Lamb chops in Luxembourg suggest the city' annual festival, the March of the Muttons, when snow white lambs pass through the street in a gay procession, followed by a band of musicians playing the ancient Mutton March. COLUMBIA TONIGHT "They Met in a Taxi" with CHESTER MORRIS nd FAY WRAY COMEDY 'Happy Heels" 10c and 15c I Kerr'4-Hlutl' Marvin Jnij ( In : r ' ' ' 1 I ( r'; J HHialir John Haukheud : fcgnuuiiii iiimiiiim iii'mim BMMMMMwittaSvaaaaawawaMMaaaeaasaaBaMai Many Patents to Pennsylvania Pennsylvania was the most aetiva state in granting patents in the post-Revolutionary days, before the fed, eral government took over the work. Kovbetin in Prehistoric I'M Department of Aiiiiculliir nffl. ciols suy the soybean is shewn by ancient Chinese literature to have been cultivated extensively as food for centuries before written roo olds were kept. A WANTED Hides Iron Iiacs Melal and Paper Highest Price Paid A. Dumcs Water Street PJCJCO' 10c WED. & THUR5. 25c A HEADLINE STORY THAT'S NEW -AND BETTER THAN ANY YOU'VE EVER SEEN I FROtIT PAGE E D M U n"o 10E' glflfilA SHAH- ie si Hit . IE-; Pvcc y Hatty ' CMAJtUES tL tOOUaV, aWaW PaMMHt Pi triJ Xtv Oswald t artiMm STARTING f MATINEE TOMORROW Is UNITED FOR THE FIRST TIME! " c ' v a ft THi NfW UMtVftSAl ratsiHM 1 VffKT T Short Interviews CIIII'Atii) Dr. Donald II Men-?e of Harvard colli'iie iiliserriilnry. lifter ii trip to HiiksIu. coiiihii'iiIb on I ho i-rioi-iivi-iit-H or a tiring aiiuud H a u nieiinn of obtiiilllng gov.-ni-liH-lilnl efficiency: "I round that local public otrlclals lire lu nfllce for uhal Ihi-y can put Into It. not for What they i,ill get out of ll. Allll liny shoot 1114-u who -inhcr.?lo fund liulli tin- goM-rniiieiil." HAS IvlKN'IIN I'ltlStlN, fill. .''I. -ml. i'. Sikes, chairinan of thi -I. it,- loisoii liourd. tug'- lii- pnlillc to help make the parole system work: "releuHed prisouem culliiot be ivpiuted to have u wholesome atiiiudi1 toward society when they aie shunned by everyone." l,OS ANtlKl.KS The Rev. J. R. Moorae explaius why he acts both as physician and minister to the natives of Tibet: '-before you can save ilielr souls you must save theii lives." liiI.LY Wotil) -Joan Crawford and Kraut-hot Tone join to refute rumors of a niarilal i-itl: "It is re-iin-ttahle that a hiisbuud or wife can't he seen ill public- ulotie without causing gossip." NKW YORK -Rev. Dr. Norman Vincent Peale a.-isails sit-down sirikea: "They are a form of revolution based on the philosophy of Russia and are the first real open door to the revolutionary destruction of property rights in America." U)S ANiSKLES Bryant Washburn Jr., atarta his acting career: "I don't suppose I'll ever be the star my father was. hut I hope to perform ably enough to merit his pride." Thames Hiver Is 'Teniz" The Thames river has been pronounced "teniz" since time immemorial. This proiiojnciation is a survival of the time when it was spelled "Temze." altio "Temse." The Romans spelled it "Tamesis" or "Tamesa." The "h" in the name does not appear until about the year 1377, and it was not regularly inserted until after 1500. The original significance of "Thames" is loit in obscurity. In Slavery Days In early days some states had law against the manumission of slaves. Laws of this sort were passed not only in Southern states, but in Connecticut, New Jersey and Pennsylvania. There were also many statutes passed prohibiting freed negroes from entering otlier stales. Postponement Why let today pass it load of postponements and incompletions over into tomorrow? Why not do tile thing that should be done when it ought to be done? Why burden tomorrow with the non-performance of today? Many I'ses for Palms In all tropic and subtropic clime the native peoples depend upon pairu for shelter, clothing, food, and a variety of oilier convenience and utenids. Houses, forts, stockades, war rafts and weapons are made from palms. A few 8 nicies iif commerce derived from such material reach our country and are fr more common in their home territory. for Bob Taylor? Kten TaWr H- i.-ood aociaJ " of Rtsert .o cro-efic U reixru IBat tn ta ti fact Uatt m( TJniquc Party f "t 'irs v New Farm Bill Uuberl Burns' J list Book Rubvrl Kurns puiiiished his first poetry bcxik to earn passage to Jamaica, but its success turned him to iMhnburgh. Joy oi Life A great deal of tl.e joy o' Hfe consists in doing pet :c-ctiy, or at least to ti e test of ore's ability, everything v.i'it h one attempts to do. Nose Reveals Color Themand of negroes, par-tk-ular-ly ortonoris. u-K-se b'.ood is seveo-eittiiU.s "white, " cannot be distin-gu:l.ed frx-m white pernor. except ti.ioiiRii an on of the carti-U,pe in tneir nos-J. Tins nasal tissue is m ore p:oce in r.ctroe and sp'it in ;.il ut!a?r rai-e's V, c-ekiy. Wedding Bells J -.enuent rparncc tcethr it virf ar.c bjj-:ra kr. - i. t ;s.rlS4 iiU u tit ' r? liarawra Latest reports from f airview Sevwal Peron Ara Victim of Influenza) Mr. Mmlone Feeling Better KAlltVlKW, Jan. ttl Mr. linn huh Muloim. wlm ha been III tin-Pant week Willi flu, l Improved. 1 1 " (In nit III"'. Mr. Oiirence Church, hn been I li III UK cure of li'T. Mm. Kiiyinoiid Ooanell api'iit Hat-uiday In fcvaiisvlllr wllli friend JMr. (Inaiiell hhiiI Huturdiiy In Tern-Haute. . Mm. timid Drown of Torre Haute nd Mr. nnd Mn, Krueat Maloue of Clinton wore Sunday uwl of Mm lltiiiimh Malone. Mrs. Wlllielnilne (loanell Hut4 Saturday in Turn' Hull IB. Mm. A. F. Pierce U confined to her home with flu. Mr. John Carrleo and Mm. Jacob KiyBnt r ntlll routined to their home with Hlnen. Matitaret Pfttak of Terra lluiite spent Sunday wllh her pnreiita, Mr. ud Mra. Mike Petak. Muymond Johnson is routined 1 his home with flu. Mr. and Mra. Wilbur Davis and tiiniHy and Mr. Cecil Davla of Craw-loidBVllle Were Sunday giiMt of Mr. and Mra. Emlle Prulhiere mid daughter. Marine, i Mr. and Mra. John Vales and daughter, Dorothy of Mansfield were Sunday guests of Mra. Alice Vales and family. IIrs Irene Mofllnr was the Sunday' guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. (iust Fofflar. Mrs. Kose Storms of Allendale Was the Sunday guest of her par-enia. Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Trupy. Mr. and Mra. O. D. Crane were R.inday evening guesla of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil McWethy. Joe Miller spent Saturday night v -ih Allen Crane of Geneva. R. K. Bohanuon is still confined Ik Ills home with illness. Dave Davis spent a few days the last week in Indianapolis with Ills riuitKhler, Mrs. Harold Sheldon. Mra. Thomas Barnes eiiterlalued Wednesday. The guests were Mrs Kd Ruby, Mrs. Oeorge Kastwood. .Mra. David Waugh and dnughter. Dorothy, and Mrs. Jeunie Dean. Mr. and Mra. Karl Wbitwonh of Lewis spent Sunday will) his uioth-i Mrs. Mary Whltworth. Mr. and Mr. Edwin Clark and family spent Sunday with Mr. and ra. Horace Little and family of t 'enter. COURT NEWS NEWPORT, Jan. 20. Eugene l.oremo of Hlanford was granted a divorce from Viol Lorenio in Vermillion Circuit Court Saturday on yvounda of cruel and Inhuman treatment. The couple was married August IT, 1033 and separated April IT. lilt. The plaintiff was repre-ri-ated In court by Attorney John M-.'-bus. Kockville, Cary Walker of Sullivan entered a plea of uot suiity to robbery in ,i million Circuit Court and bond bond was fixed ia the sum of JluuO. " It affidavit allele lUt he took the sum of hetweea W and (Ml licua Dear, H- Kilca. driver uf .'. ! Tea Truck at Dsns on Janu- Victim of Plot? . JKobert atelarer Charles A ftuattL. 60-yw-oid Denver luining operator, brlirved vuttro of ira baaiamaa plot, via soul luac. Ut-tiy by Ins ,teyBeur. tvitrrl atctrer. Z. moon Melager a sia t-r police to fcve srna Rus-ll to a kauiy spot auuu of Muter, atit rua twtoi and Uien kicked hun ui lh rear of tlx aatoa,t ue tot J4 hcurs while tie made V.t rooifds of n.c':i dub Po-oe wm i:tMetinf the lr,orr that Ha-II I. as M "put on (a s;.i '. Ui ik:uoo of per-c ' tan-Alied rora ; I aiiK. K - St i , ..-.; H 'V-V.- : I I aJL. r . i I- ' ' i (nil . f S el J- " I Co-authors of the new tenant farm bill. Representative Marvin Jomrs, left, of Texas, and Senator John H Bank head of Alaoama. ngnt. confer on their ,Un which would authorise an annual appropriation at SOO.OuO.ouU for a period uf 1U years to enable tenant laxmers to lurchase their own land. NEWPORT CLUB HOLDS ELECTION Bess Lanham Named President in Meetins; This Week; Mr. Beeler Hostess NEWPORT, Jan. 20 The Driftwood Literary Club met Monday evening January 18 with Mrs. Wil- liaai Heeler us hostess. Responses were "World Events." A business meeting was held and officers for the coming year were elected as fol lows: Miss Bess Lanham, president; Mrs, J. N. Jones, vicepresidenl: Miss Elizabeth Nlxou, secretary- and Mrs. Ella P. Hall, treasurer. The book review for the evening, "Seveu League Buots", by Richard liuiliburtou, was given by Miss Mary A. Hlupmaii, During the social hour the hostess entertained with a contest after which delicious refreshments were served. Those present were Mesdames Mary B. Aikmau. C. E. Bingham. Ella P. Hall, William Harger. Mortimer Lewis, William Myers. W. G. i'arrett. J. C. Pickell, M. C, Wiggins. and the Misses Elizabeth Nixon, Mary A. ghipman, Bess Lanhaui, Namy Lewis and Grace Rheuby. Mrs. J. A. Myers was a guest. ioude Make Trip Mr. and Mra. Verner Van VJiet aitended the Purdue-Indiana basketball game Saturday night at Bloomlngton and were guests or their sod. Ralph, over night They also bad a short visit with their daughter, Eugenia, at West Baden on Sunday and from there they left oa a two weeks sightseeing trip to Klorlda. , Mr. and Mrs. Verner Dwiggitis aud family spent Sunday at Attica, guests of Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Dwigins. Murreil James of Lafayette spent the week-end with his parents. Mr. tad Mra. Cecil Mr. and Mra. Orville Adams w r weekend guceu of Mr. and Mrs Paul Newland in Clinton. Mra. William Hegarty and Mrs Nina A. Thomas were guests of Mrs. G. E. Bingham at a party given by tbe Woman's club at lb home of Mrs. l. D. While in Cloiiou .Monday afteruoou. . . Mis. liuy tiosnell Slid Mra. Thel-ma liceJer Ld ca turen f Waaiiing-lon. Pa., were dinner gueis f air. and Mrs. t-riiile Aduis Tucaday. L orabd PU aad bill Auder-soa. who are ita a 4 1-0 -amp i-a' mki. ll.d . aeul Ibe rk cic Wltb Ikcir pa Tenia reaai ml Ligbii Ligi'tning u u OM1 '" bUi prn4!ii.a of rwlurc Sune-Un.ea it tJte tlie lorm of a bail, mar.y of nch re 40 feet in diameter. Tnese ftreballs explode witn a deafening sound. Some have even er.lrrtai bodies through open wuaiow or du.n and eapajde ir,, Many Squat mm Uaaatae At least fc;f ti.e peci-ie in the worid. particularly Asiis and Africans, prefer to squat on Uieir hauoLhe rather titan to stand or sit. Tl.ty taae thj ungainly position at v'ery efportututy -Lea trading, gossiping, a.iung or resting, often K for rtuurs at a t jr.e. Iwrs YieK!v TtHmasKl, a (xfaV for hl wiuuai aar kl TK X Djl kl.f. HN.t VIXMM prut ataUuSarry. j Iwnu Janaan )ua isa bail Kiit-x ix,vu: mt,fc vkujim olauaterv ist aVntble I tee aiaaaal aaaso lt . . . luu akwii aaai low rmxr-l-if . . . pruned with oaar M,au, craia or Naine aad Addrr fur uuly l.oe. Two Mr . . . Urge flat i ln-i ln aar Maun alf ataertaw m uaie, ai liar bail) ClaMusuaa j aflat. ad. I LEE TRACY GLORIA STUART li Pr-stoi Bartsra Pesoer It HI ML ary 3, y:m. No trial dale has ' ' set. j i lletta Wagner of Clinton hup filed suit in Vermillion Circuit Court seeking a divorce from Henry Was-tier on grounds of cruel mid in liaman treatment. The couple was married November 14. l!'3t ami aorarated December i'l. ivii. The pluintitf if repneseiiif-d 111 court 1.) Homer D. liutraiu. The cause of Daiii.-J W. Wu.. uii-tpr c 11. nt. .mm --tf iiii: judgment ill the s.:iu of f-.',3 l'3 hio beeu etiud ftiMii tiuiu!) ti' the Veruiiilli'il Circuit Coull. Tin-j Vlalntiif alleges that d-leiid..i:i is i a dealer lu junk ill I be cih .f Tn j Haute and on the l!i day oi Jui i 1S34 emplojcd him at ti.e r:ile of! 3&c per hour; that be has paid liiai j some frtin lime to l ine, t'ut '.tiai , tho sum of v-. s due. The plaintiff if lv Allornei A. Z. Thorn..!-. T-r'e Haute. Virginia K 11 -vl ! .-u-.i ln-flled suit In Ye--li. II'. on t'-l-u.l Ccurt s,k -.; a d:"!" t'c fl I . A. Hoyt. Tl.c ;-!.-.:i. t .. : fendar,t is UU l...b.!LaJ drul.k., Tl.e plaint!'! i h,( I., i in... : name of Hiiik.e I,.- nf-i.r.U. u. d the Mini c-T fir l-i r..-. 1 the dlioi'e a. tli.n T--r iii.m. The coui ie was ni.i-n-d N-.-ieiii! lSe ai-d -e;,d ' J-!,u,'.' 1T. ilailiiitt l- r. i i.-.. d court b Aii-i. .lit Carers. e lKn . Cheerfulness i i t -t (W'.cier of Leal'.-.. Jiepiuuf cs :ij ii.u'niur-wgs of tr.e fieiti ; '.e i-:r-.t3i.: stroke? of tuoe cc;.-.-.:c t.cre. of which U,e V.'.al fan a!' . " - : ' ai 1 cr out I'.t i-.:c--.!e ('cH-r-fulm is fne'.iiy to f ir.-ivJ as to U.e U.: . World's Oldc-t Book Wf.iit is tc.jew J I ' If '."e t '..!- 1ik k m ti,e u-i..:. tie "S. r-.:i of tt.e I't-ri'. j'.t ... :i. t .c tu si f.-. c t-.-r.s ui Most s. is s:. '. ia a te i.i-.:s.i :ate '. i-rex-r.,t..-: in N : i:;'.i . It is c '..:: c-j t-..s t wis r 12 c.-.! 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