The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana on January 29, 1937 · Page 4
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The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana · Page 4

Clinton, Indiana
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Friday, January 29, 1937
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PACE FOUR Friday, January 29, 1937 The Daily Clinlomnn, Clinlon, Indiana MEN THREATEN TO 'SIT-DOWN' WABASH- FRIDAY AND SATURDAY Quality Grocery Specials This Week At.. IN STATEHOUSE (Continued from Page 1) aguiiiBL poHKihip violence hrlwpcn striking and nnn-HtrikiiiK General J lilt ,?t - Nl ,UMBU GO Cooperative Stores Iff Xfjh:A - v , - ! ( and Corner Main and Vine We Deliver 959 North Ninth Street - Phones 745-746 Lovely lornlliy Uimour is "The JuiiKlf Princess" in the riim of that title which opens today at the Wabash thciitie -and Kay Millaud is the lucky explorer who gets to hold her in his arms. JVLIUjA Borden's or large Armour's Can 0) Larabec's 24 Best Bag - Pick, Shovel Army Fights to Boltser Mitsissippi Levees (Continued from Page 1) c fn 0 Spaghetti 2 tall cans 17c Mayonnaise. ..... .16-oz. jar 23c Table Salt. three U-lb. pkgs. 10c Chocolate Drops lb. 10c Wrigley's Gum 3 pkgs. 10c LITTLE SPORT Little ShhI ( oflc is Indeed more in quality than Its low prii o Mould imply. I !' bodied, fresh anil full or strength, fine ai-otim mid flavor. Assorted Flavors V REGAL BLEND 16-oz. jar y y"? Cars' !b. (OROJC . . n) Q OPPORTUNITY SALE OK Lever Bros. Products 23c Lsj. Pkg, 4-25c Small PkR9. 4 - 25c ,1 c I'nr roffro flrhikri's who ili-m.iM'l tlx Im sI c rtr -ti Kl'ttUl ItlflMl rm "los" in ItrMer coftVi Has. Kipiiil Hi uimh1im-ss In man yon pay i nun for RADEK CHARGES TORTURE AFTER HIS CONFESSION (Continued from Page 1) other sixteen defendants previously had maintained their abject confessions were made voluntarily. NO MKIM'Y SKI0D -MOSCOW, Jan. 29 Delivering their own "funeral orations," Jarl Radek and Gregory Piatakov, chief of the 17 defendants In the anti-Stalin plot trial, today abjectly asked for "nothing more than death!" Doth repeated their detailed admissions of guilt in a vast conspiracy to involve the Soviet union in war with other countries, and tc help Japan in the event of a Japanese war with the I'nited States, hut Radek denied that Leon Trotsky was his inspiration. "I was a mature and politically ?xperienced man," said the famous editorial commentator. "I knew what I wanted, and did not need Trotsky'8 inspiration. " "My only motive In joining the Trotskyite group was that its view coincided with mine, and there was no other way of fighting the Soviet government," Buenos Aires, Large City The largest city south of the equator, Buenos Aires has a population of more than two million, or one-fourth of all the peoplt of Argentina. It is often called a woman's paradise, due to the fact that the males there outnumber the females by 5 to 1. It is 100 miles up the Rio de la Plata, which at that point is 30 miles wide. The cathedral is a noteworthy structure, and so is the Teatro Colon, one of the finest theaters in the world. First Spring Pavilion The oldest spring pavilion in the United States was erected over one of the famous springs at White Sulphur Springs, W. Va., about 1318. llllfil drinking waler was boiled. Kiner-gency hospitals were eslablished for the many ailing refimees. Men, women and children lined up lor inoculation afiainst typhoid and smallpox, before, mess tents, and bel'nrc supply tents where Ited Cross workers issued clothing and blankets. Great stores of supplies were rushed to -strategie points to can for the thousands to lie evaclialeil from their homes if engineers are I unsitccess! in in wieir ngin. io Kecii .the Mississippi within bounds. Twelve American Bombing Planes Reach HonoluluToday After Mass Flight Which Began at San Diego (Continued from P. ce 1) arc the first to lie "delivered" to their new stations here. More tha'.. 2uu others are to lie assigned to vat ions Pacific stations as rupiitiy as they are turned over to tile niivy. Seventy-two officers and nun made the epochal flight. - . t ; -- Ancient Fruit The cultivation -of apples ante dates history. Spectacle Glass Spectacle glass differs from that used in windows and hollies. It is composed of silica, lime and soda and other ingredients used to impart particular qualities. This "mix" is heated in handmade ceramic pots for twenty-four at white bent. Following this operation the molten glass is poured on a steel casting table and treated in specially controlled annealing ovens to remove stains and to pi c-vent the glass from cracking. On leaving the annealing ovens the glass pas-es into the cutting loom and finally is crnunri and polished 13 ran Flakes. . . pkg. 10c Cherries . 2 No. 1 cans 27c Mustard ....... .qt. 10c Corned Beef 12-oz can 19c 27c 17c 19c 25c Motors workers there. Meanwhile, police hero reported a new attack on union men ul the Michigan Steel corporation plant in suburban Keorae. Two CIO organ Izers -J u 1 1 ii h Sonotnya and Demoff were beaten up hy three men police Bald, after they distributed uniou handbills among workerR, JAPAN RECEIVES FASCIST AS NEW CABINET LEADER (Continued from rage 1) chieftaina. Gen. llgnkl gave up early tmla after trying vainly for more than n week to form a new cabinet. He personally informed the emperor of his failure at the imperial palace. Itaron Inline Rvlween Gen. Ugakl's failure and the naming of Oen. Hayashl, the emperor had considered Hlranuma Kiichiro. The haron, himself a leader rof the fascist group, declined the premiership in favor of General Ha-yashi, who was considered better able to liundle the extremely difficult military situation. Gen, Hayashl was pictured as not overly anxious to accept the task at first, hut as giving in to the urgent appeal of pelace officials. CLINTON COUPLE TO PENNSYLVANIA Dr. and Mrs. W. N. Kelly of Blackman street left today for Mountoursville, Pa., where they were called on account of the death of Mrs. Kelly's father, Boyd McIIen ry. Mr. McHenry had been ill for several months. Dr. Kelly plans to return to Clin' ton in a few days to resume his prac tice while, Mrs. Kelly wjjl remain with her mother for an indefinite time. , Hf?!l School Uses Ship's Bell A ship's bell calls the scholars to school at Gatooma, in the middle of southern Rhodesia, many hundreds of miles from the nearest seaport. Eight bells rings the start of school in the morning and the bells follow at half-hour intervals as at sea. - i Ravens Larger Than Crow Larger than a crow, not as large as a vulture, ravens measure nearly two feet from beak to tip of tail. Their glossy black plumage, inky beaks and jetlike eyes give them a funereal appearance which is heightened by the hoarse croaks they emit. Ravens have been tenants of the London Tower for so long that no one knows when they first came. One may conjecture that not long after William the Conqueror founded this great fortress, ravens flew in from the then-surrounding forests to nest on its high turrets. Laughing Linda , Thia little lady, who responds to 'the name of Dasha Linda Amsterdam, and lives In New York. Ktrni to have been In a pay mood when caupht by the cameraman the beach at Miami, na- where hei "V"'-: -mil and dim-' ala ma4 ker favoriu 2?4siJ L,; i f If' -..Jf.' I ! i?, t :hJi f: i t - LUX LU1 f Toilet Sweet Pickles. . . ,qt. Vanilla. . .2-oz. bottle Catsup two 14-oz. bot. Royal Syrup , .qt. jug Milnut. . . .3 tall cans Tablets. ... ... .3 for Black Jet Oil. . bolde Shinola . ..... .2 tins er s3 ii n 19 m ri Soup . w r' k ti e-. t, ,i si BINSO Lifebuoy 15c 25c 13c 15c 19c 10c 10c 15c Marshmallows, lb pkg Choc. Dips. . . .2 lbs- Macaroni. . . .3 pkgs. Apple Butler qt. .....- .I.III1I...II II.II.IL. 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