The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana on August 11, 1944 · Page 6
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Clinton, Indiana
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Friday, August 11, 1914. v THE DAILY CLINVONIAN Tagc Six THE DAILY (XESTONIAN MM i i ii " "EVENING IN PARIS'' Jrr "f -Mrffm" 'i MAIM ......... .Mill ..., All Tnrri fZTs 9 m coupons don;i grow rnvm..) , BMaMlshml as Th Weekly Otetonlaa 18M - I TlM CUaton PUlndesier absorbed In IMS ' PnbUshtd Dally tticept Saturday and Bunds? fceorge L. Cany - Editor and Publisher tared at the Pmtofflce at Clinton, Indiana I at Second Claat Matter y - w v? Indiana Republican Editorial Amaoclatloa Phone S3 Phone 32 Acun hum Republican Ennm. Associatiok MwM-, I A jflfl ' ''' ' The millions ofFordowncn share aipccial " r" j ' t ' ' " " 1 3 fef4f -i J rtFzyfok. pM?B0m pride and satisfaction. For they know that Wi,' ' ' ,1 Whx&S&.?:'l:' 1 f iffV 'V -A? S'KJ &$kf'r''i economy, reliability and smart appearance f' ' J llt V: !?- T rT -.'t;.f rri have been built imo their cars to last. And iLJ Aj ' " SWiMgM t CSAv V I TVV -i-mmMi efficient Ford Proiective Service is readily V , I fwM0'. 1 V( I I VWM available wherever they may be. That's by i-U'' "'"' feMnfrM' V I V-3- I, you will hear it said over and over again, V-J?5 -' t, DOUBLE DEALING. ( Commenting on the uncertainties of the "new order" in domestic economy, Wheeler McMillan, editor of the Farm Journal, one ,ol the most widely circulated agricultural .monthlies, says: "When a law is passed, most of us ordinary citizens assume that it says what it means, and means what it i says. . We are not as smart as the new t.kind of bureaucrats. They have what they i, call 'administrative interpretation'. That ( is a fancy phrase for twisting the law to . jet you do what you want to do, regardless i.of Congress, and there has been much of it. Supreme Court Justice Frankfurter encourages the 'administrative interpreters'. , In a decision he wrote: 'The notion that, VVf, IIMVIIIHUUUSS i because the words of a statute are plain, -its meaning also is plain, is merely pernic- ;iious over-simplification.' " It is any wonder that some of the preme Court justices have openly :-ed the fear that public confidence in our " ; 1 "BEFORE THE WAR, the car wis filled with children, dogs, clubs and racquets. Now, on Sundays my twin granddaughters risit their freat grandmother. Yes, our ord's lake one of the familyl". "MY HUSBAND WAS THIEf OBSERVER of the Army Airtmlt Warning Service and used the csr rvgulnrly lodriveupMi. Laurel. Vet our HrJ hasalwsyhecn trouble-free repairs have cost next 10 ooUiiof "EVERY WEEKDAY, WIN OR SHINE, my 1939 r'ord carries three of us to the hospital where I work in the Out-Pat lent Clinic. It's 1H miles round-trip, .and Ford's famous gas-economy means a lot!" left Sunday to return to St. Lou I is. Taking a Backward Glance Shell Curtis and Seibert Shew drove to Indianapolis yesterday where they spent the day. O. S. Zell who has been In NEWS NOTES Sow malvioU raocMng Him Itouf pfan of font by boot on unltmd In IS (on dIm. Am much at 850,000 Ion. of Irca re ondl ,700,000 tout ot tool arrhn at Hi. Sovg. in a tiaglm nom. Mm tta .O.ltl.ltl lilt, Kh7 ij Uksi tn-mt tut IncU-tan km test Bowling (Jreen, Ky., for some time has returned to Clinton. Miss Thelma Brann returned yesterday from Petersburg, Ind., where she has been visiting with friends for a few days. ' highest tribunal is being shaken? j, "Administrative interpretation" of laws permits public agencies to commit ; acts which would be illegal if practiced by f private citizens. When expedient, "admin- i istrative interpretation" finds monopoly j ifthat violates the Sherman anti-trust laws. I ""Administrative interpretation" of the interstate commerce clause has been stretch-i.ed until a man who eats a Kansas City j. steak with Idaho potatoes, is in danger of being in interstate commerce. . n, But "administrative interpretation" fails to see monopoly in government elec-r.tric projects which refuse to recognize Brace, Vpra Vague of radio fame. All the H-mcnt of suniH-nae. leh current movie thriller uuns TWKN'TV VKAHH AM TODAV To Hav Office hi W. Itlut kiiian The Clinton office of the Wph-tern Union telegraph -company 1b being removed to Hlurkman street, between the chamber of commerce rooms and the Huick sales. The room in the Moose building, formerly occupied by the Patterson paint and paper store, before it was removed to Main street, is being fixed up for the telegraph office. . . Yankee itakery ' the veteran Alan Dlnehart, Vlv- hard rldliic. fan! nlirxitltiit. fair of the Lew." J'lu: western, wuicn THIRTY VKAKH AGO TODAY an Austin, Lee Patrick and Mil- play and foul, plus a uprliiklliiK will open as the second leaiure nt burn Stone are In the cant. of new hhiiks ably suiik, su Into I the Uauaali Theatre. Kven Health Officer (Jets Itottn Kggs For ft long time since the heat The Rest of My Life With You es and time into the two big grocery stores being operated by the Mills estate in Clinton. Working To iVt CllizeriH Chit To Talk Hi me Fair County Agent O. A. Briggs Is sending out postal card notices as a reminder of the meeting be has arranged to be held in Clinton city hall, Wednesday night of this week, at ii p. m., in the interest of the Indiana state fair. Efforts are being made to get all counties and communities to take an interest in the fair. It has been a success in past years but it is believed will be made bigger this year. H. E. Abbott Is to represent the state board of agriculture at the Clinton meeting. It is opvn to the public' IN'TtMHlttlM j Miss Daisy McCrea, -who has been visiting here with her fa-! titer. Thomas McCrea, and other relatives for about two weeks. Mills plans to put all his resourc- ed terra net in, consumers have had eggs, and in a few instances parties have purchased eggs from Ti "lias. ay lor ' " ' " ' their grocer and found many of them bad. The matter reached a climax, the other day, when Fr. CHAPTER FOURTEEN A. A. Washburn, secretary of the about this party; you know how he is, Mary.M "I know. Hem be delighted, of Mary Norman was there, and Lynn Mortimer. Mary had lost city health department purchased course, it's what he a wanted, and dozen .eggs and found eight of weight, she was working very hard, but her alenderness became her, you can afford it now." them bad. Tills reminded the Charles Caylor, who has for three or four yearn been employed in tbe Yankee bakery, in Main street, has bought the place of Plato Mills. Mr. Mills, who has been operating the bakery for about six years says the buKineKH was good and when lie had been able to devote his time to it has made money, Jle think Mr. Caylor will succeed. Mr. "Can we? It seems to me that "Baw-bone" official that the law required that the egs bevcandled and her serene face was not drawn or haggard. In the last six months we spend a good deal. Yet you're her hair had started to turn gray, in hen sold, and he at once set always so generous, said Irene. She looked at her mother-in-law, about to enforce the law. awl, if little silvery streaks. Tonight, wearing- thin, cool green In defer her blue eyes direct and troubled possible, learn who was responsi Ncllis began collecting glassea, plumping up cushions, straighten ing rugs and books. Irene moved to help her but Nellie said under her breath, "No, you sit down, Mra. Norman, you don't need to do this and you know you shouldn't, just now. Irene grew scarlet. Apparently you could keep matters from Matthew but not from Nellie. Before she could answer, Nellie chuckled. "I seen what you've been eating, and not eating." Matthew was chewing on a dead pipe, sitting with legs stretched out in a big chair. He commented, "Heavens, it's- hot!" And asked, yawning, "What are you two gossiping about?" "Nothing." replied Irene. MI was "Too generous, I think. I would ence to the midsummer heat, she looked very lovely. Lynn Mortimer ble for the general complaint. Kspect "Tea Men" To have liked another year in the office. Of course I can go on, for could not take his eyes from her. quite a while. Jut then, he rarely could. j3tate laws, state regulation, or state taxation, and which give their customers re- . bates in electric rates through tax exemptions.,, Government electric monopilies .openly and deliberately seek to drive existing private enterprise out of business, : either by forcing it to sell or duplicating its properties at public expense, thereby destroying its earning power. . European dictators never devised more cunning schemes for dominating their citizens than have been developed in our own country by the "administrative inter-' preters". i " New York Rear Admiral William R. Munroe, commandant of the Third Naval District: "Whatever our progress in Europe, the Pacific war still stretches many hard months perhaps years ahead of us in spite of the bold thrusts of j Fight llPel(iler" Tax j The new- peddler ordinance be CROSSWORD - - - By Eugene Sheffer Kate had come to serve and Nel "That's nonsense," declared Mary firmly, "you mustn't even consider lie's buffet supper was a master it piece, bam contributed the cham pagne. Bill brought extravagant came forceful, last Friday, though no effort has been made on the part of the police department to enforce It. The chief of police said that City Clerk Tom McDonald "IH be all right, but Matthew must have a competent office nurse, cartons of cigarettes, and everyone and that means more expense. "You aren't to worry about that." was very gay. i Alary sat in a deep chair after i supper and watched Irene. She just telling Nellie that her aspie 'has been out of the city until 1 Monday and that 110 one had a "But I do." fehe added, "Anyway, when we get someone else I'll want looked, Mary thought, wretched, had never been so good. I thought Bill Taylor would burst." chance to secure a license until to be there to train her. How wise, Mary told herself, that "Naturally," said Matthew, "Nellie never fails." He smiled. "Go to bed. Nellie, vou must ba Mary asked, amused, "How much training goes into that, my dear? That is, if you find a nurse who can type and keep books, as you do persuaded her not to try to take over the X-ray work. Matthew had the rugs rolled back, he was dancing to radio music Monday. He says that now he is going to familiarize himself with every feature of the measure and 1 will begin enforcement at once. J Perminaltt Miss Margaret. Orr has return I tired. Irene, come here. I'm too comfortable to move." . . . the treatments she U be called with Bill s plain, pleasant girl in upon to give are in line with her The room was tidy. Order had his arms. He was warning her, recent days. been restored. So Nellie went to "You don t know what you re get bed. original training and- surely she 11 be able to answer a telephone, make appointments, and be pleasant to ting into . . . ask Irene, shell tell you. Girls who marry doctors are Irene sat on the arm of her hus ed to her home at Brazil, after a visit with her cousin. Miss Aiteen Sharp, of South Third street. William Dick has taken a place at the Murray elevator. the most trying patient." nuts." "What about Hilda MorleyT band chair and he pulled her down on his lap. "Well, old lady," ha -said contentedly, "three years. A "I know," said Irene patiently, Washington Senator Robert A. Taft of Ohio denounces the Murray-Kilgore demobilization and unemployment benefits but there's more than that." She Oh, she's a bride, M countered Matthew carelessly, "she hasn't dis- Miss Hazel Dooley lias gone to regarded Mary soberly. "Matthew likes things just so. He's very me snend a few davs with Miss Irene ' covered a single flaw, as yet.' He iiiiiziiiiii ib Jfa .37 38 39 4" 'y At 42 "77, 4i y. 44 5b bto 0'. 57 bo 59 60 ol 1 11 I!1JZ 65 1 I Mr 1 1 rlTll plan: The bill would put a tax burden on the people so great as to destroy private ticulous. looked over at Sara dancing with long time for any woman to hold a man like me." He laughed and hugged ber. "I'm a very fortunata guy," he added. "Wife like you, mother like mine, couple of swell partners. You don't think Hilda's I know agreed Matthew's his little wife and at Bill, talking to lynn Mortimer. mother. "If ever a man loved order and was utterly incapable of creat enterprise, the government would take over business gradually, and we would have socialism." Later Matthew danced with his mother. She said quietly, as he ine it. himself, vou married him.1 the drew Irene toward her and going to make any trouble?" he asked, digressing, "she's n ambitious little piece, jealous too. X Da Hey. Miss Mary Reese and brother, Alma, are spending the day in Indifinapnlis. Miss Anna Reece is substituting at the Staats-Raynes store, in the absence of her sister. Mrs. John Murray, of Fifth street, is retiring her garage, by guided her deftly about the little kissed her forehead. "My dear, do think." room, Irene s doing; too much. "She's never ill," he asserted. "I didn't mean that she was mil. "You two," he said laughing: tell him, tonight. He will, naturally, make you leave the office, but you mustn't be too sorry. You should She should be ambitious " said Irene, "and she's awfully in leva know better than anyone how essen with Sam." "she fusses over you, yon fuBS over Oh. sure. I just wondeiwd. her. W hat s wrong with you wom tial rest is for you, and for the baby. It's worth any amount of sacrifice. though. That emergency of fiam'e The impotence of the luftwaffe suggests that Allied airmen have gone a long way in making good their boasts about the value of air power. i """" Full production for war may point the way to full production for peace and thus for us all." en? As if you had anything to worry about, with me to look after tonight. Very intercut ing case.1 f At tS MovU Irene smiled wanly. "And as this He yawned again. "Lucky we are." jrou both. Nevertheless when a little later. also is Matthew's baby I suppose he said drowsily, "plenty of patients and among them, thank God, half a doxen worried chronica. Sam was called out on an emer he'll be strong as an ox and impatient and rebellious." I I rMiev enif KnturHwy j Adventurous romance flung ! thundering on tbe screen in all gency and left, taking Hilda with him, and the party broke up, Mary lingered, beckoning Irene into the 'Hef I think so," replied Irene, flush ing. bedroom, while Lynn waiting; for the splndor-splushed glory of Technicolor! The fubulous West Lynn, outside, raised his voice. 'When are you coming Marv? I Ingredient 49. njakes an edging 51. plaything 53. part of the foot 55. Hawaiian food 57. bestrides G2. eagle 6.1. rub out' 4. wing tift. wooden nail C6. mature her, talked with Matthew. "Irene." "Yes." 67. one of the Caroline , islands VERTICAL 1. sur-uund 2. open (poet.) 3. medicinal pellets 4. .stepped 5. propelled a, boat 6. Japanese sash of gun-roaring action of desper- have to be in court tomorrow at, practically, the crack of dawn." ate men and reckless. All this and "You're not well, are von?1 more nre to be found in Colum Those are the ones whe tcay toe bills." Irene murmured faintly, "I think 111 go to bed." She felt very III. Immoderately exhausted. Matthew loosened hie grasp, and looked at her. "What's the matter?" he de manded sharply. She did not answer. The shadow under ber lids and her eyelids themselves were blue, as if bruised. He rose, with her in his arms, carried her to the bedroom and out her oa Irene followed Mary out of the usher in a new era of progress for the people of this country. . i ' " In a few weeks the great process of education will begin for millions of American pupils and, strange to say, few of them rejoice at the opportunity. People who go on pleasant vacations are unfortunate they have to come back They understood each other, these room and stood saving rood-bye to her and Lynn. She thought, certainly not for the first time, they bia's 4'The Desperadoes," which opens Friday at the Columbia PAL. WIS Katurdaf' Miduiglit, should be married, these two. She idn't talk about this to Matthew 7. writing implement 8. rim 9. ironed 10. thing, in law 11. anVmativft 1H, persist i 20. sun god ; 21. cripples 22. growing out 24. printer's measure 25, joker 27. Imild 2S. tapestry 31. elongated fish 33. aeriform matter 3fi seasoning 37. the sun 3H. tjbservtJ 42 father ' 46. behold ' 4H. run after ! ftO alleviaie 52. canal m Belgium 54. Iaradise 55. vitality nowadays. He didn't agree with Answer to yesterday's puzzle. her. The first time she had spoken SitfKtay mn fthitMtay Tlie joy and the heartbreak. HOK1ZOMAL 1. climbing herb 4. figurative use of a word 0. snoop 7 32. slender finiai 13. clothed 14. female ruff 15. softening 17. S-shaped worm 18. burden 19. bitter vetch 21. minus 23. morning moisture 20. on shipboard 29. huiehnite article CO. symbol for tellurium 32. annoy con- ttnuously . 34. wander 35. huge piles 38. mile goose 40. Greek letter 41. cut off slioil 4X therefore 44. symbolic for the bed. She was not unconscious. ox it, be said in amazement and with to work. two. Irene sat down on the edge of her bed. She looked very white as she said reluctantly, MI suppose so. It's natural enough, Mary, as I expect a baby. "My dear! Mary sat down beside her, and put her arm around the younger woman. How wonderful 1 it's what I've hoped for. of course. But Matthew?" (She thought with a quick tightening of her heart, H Ay rfirfn't km UU m? "What does he say?" j "He doesn't know. I wasnt sure ! the glamour and sordiduess of life harkMtage in the early days quite obvious revulsion that he couldn't imagine his mother mar of the American tlwatre form the background for "Shine on Har ried . . . that is to say, remarried. Her life was perfect as it was . . . A man would be only an intruder. tie took her pulse and frowned. She said, low, "I'm all right . . . dont fuss." "Nellie r Nellie came at the double. She looked into the bedroom. "Get me some spirits of ammoaia and step on it." Nellie brought the bottle, a glass, and a teaspoon. The nra of Um vest Mton ' t he new Warner R res. m usica 1 ba 'd on the 1 i I e It would also be difficult for her to adjust herself to a different way of life. She was nearly fifty, remem ciAisiTriHiEiL prip .o t i na n eUp T li-Ju opjsifoi cj !S Q L iDlEJRpfeiAiS It !E iRj s il a m Qi s l Ia In 1 v pi f L o LI i frEiK LI s k Jt j s j of Nora Hay which opens at Palace Theatre Saturday evening ber, even if she didn't look it. I H Alt (stf After an election any "expert" can tell how and why the people voted as they did. One of the mysteries about the human race: People who like hot weather. A debt, legally unenforceable, is rarely worth one per cent of its face value. To watch some people work is to appre-piate the value of intelligent organization. glass clattered against Irene's When the door had closed, Matthew went back into the living room and looked with concern upon the general disorder. He yelled for FVidMy and Snturdar teeth, and a little uoatd spilled. Presently the color came hrk in fiav, , mirthful and melodic. myself until today. I slipped away at the lunch hour, when Matthew was making calls, and saw Dr. Iteming . . . you know, Matthew's old Chief of Obstetrics; mine too when I worked in the D.R." "Well, tell him, for heaven's sake, directed Mary. j "I didn't want to upset him, he was so busy ail day, so Uis a kid i i wilh at) exceptionally fine cast 56. native metal 5s prefix; thrici; 59. knock 60 mite i making the moat of a sprightly j storv plot. "Moon Qi er Las Ve- her face. Nell said, "She's ail rnt." To be continued) CtVTrtvht IMS t- s--f-tr Ciauinj Nellie who came scurrying in, wiping her hands on her apron. "How about some picking up? he demanded. "Place looks hkt a cj'de&s ta4 struck iC ralrhim 45, convey 4.7, VWfiUb.. Afrj;p time tf sulutiws: 21 luiailr. ViiU b- Hunt f tituitj AOie, ln& Guido s scale ! 68 opns at the abash uciienxuna j tre to&iht. Anne G wynne, David

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