The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana on December 24, 1936 · Page 4
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December 24, 1936

The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana · Page 4

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PjrRo 5 Thursday, December 24, 1936 The Daily Clinlonian, Clinton. Indiana (iainine Knowledge Relief Rushed to Stricken Earthquake Area Treated Terra folia The so-called Kgypt.an porcelain employed in fashioning statuettes which Were famous for their exquisite beauty is in reality terra cotta, covered with a glass-like glaze and burned to exiremc hardness. Half Century Club Members Receive Christmas Gifts How do you know so much about everything? was Bikei by very wise and intellif!it man; and the answer was, "By never being afraid or ashamed to ask questions as to anything of which 1 am ignorait. ( (Continued from Pice 1) I & .--i SCENE OF I iv I t z . t. i s I AND VOLCANICI A Worth-While Gift Suggetion: THE NEW 1937 iV? ' . ' : ( CLINTON COOK BOOK Just Off the Press Published by . WOMEN OF THE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH --V ERUPTION R Obtained at: SAN VICENTE 4 OCEAN St, - m, Th. r-i.. ril.inn.n. KosenDia. ""s or Any Presbyterian Woman . Aerial -lew of locale " Map of wtricken area j 80 Pages of Tested Recipes left death and destruction in its wake. Hardest hit of the cities in the area was San Vicente, capita1 of the province of the same name. Relief expeditions rushed to the aid of the stricken acctor in the vicinity of San Salvador in Central America following a devastating earthquake which .-av- .-hvcj"-; -si ',. iy isi mi xmm mn j-.b mr-m s.s. wy . i1 'a a- Medlock'i ONLY SOc .-a Phone 475 .a i IE H(CE CUBE'S. Get Your Holiday Supply Now! 2 Dozen JpC CLINTON ICE CO. Ill Mulberry Street TWO IN CITY COURT Cecil Grayless of North. .Ninth street and Tom Srratchi.r of Tenth street will he tried in city court on charges of drunkenness. They were arrested this morning. READ THE ADS Ihe very best to you is our wish and yourti to our friend: this Christ inas eve. VALERINES Service Market 321 SOUTH NINTH a Three Plays Are Produced by High School Students (Continued from Page 1) coat changed hands. The parts were portrayed hy Junior Houston. Irene Sizeniore. Thdma Roe, Wanda Shelton. Helen Clover, Ruth Maxwell and Maxine Yocum. Myron Waters read the part of the breezy sports announcer and John Van Dyne was Ihe technician, while William Edwards had charge of Ihe sound effects. The typists were Hose Miskunas. Michael Goddard and Glenn Lawsou. The announcer and director was D'llsy Jones. "Three Cans of Heans," by Laurie York Erskiiw. was presented hy the eighth period class. The parts were played hy Aldo Gugliel-nietti. Bill I'esuventn, Lewis Guy Cloyd, Wayne Kamm. Gene llona-corsi. Ted Hays, James Minikin, Km nk Riilslon and Sammy Neshit. The director was Evelyn Payne; the typist. Sammy Nesliil, and Arthur Ave had charge of the sound effects. WEAKENED POPE DEPLORES CIVIL WAR IN SPEECH (Continued from Pace 1) lirolmind and ditstreHHiiiK bcraiiHH of the fact that there 'Mill nines with all its horror of hatred, of carmine and of destruction, a civil war in Spain." IT A 7 n NOTICE! FILLING STATION OF CLINTON Which Are Members of THE CLINTON AUTO REPAIRMEN'S AND SERVICE STATION ASS'N Will Close at 11 A.M. CHRISTMAS DAY And Will Be Closed , For the Remainder of the Day Chimin, and Valentine Slella Ton applications for membership w submitted last uifiht. T. L. McDonald, sage, save sown. Amoni! other things he said, "We, the members of this organization, can take pride in the history of our short existence, for we have been endeavoring at all times to leach that lesson of friend liness and pood will toward each other and whenever possible on the world at large. And if the princi ples of this order were invoked and pul into practice by and between nations, there would he fewer wars and rumors of wars. "And tonight," he continued, "we have gathered here to exchange giftR and Christmas greetings and thus carry out in our humble way the real spirit of Christmas." At the next meeting, which will be held January 6,. election of officers will he held, and arrangements are being made to hold a joint meeting of the club and officers for the installation of officers, to which the public will be invited. OTHO BARNES IS KILLED TODAY IN FALL OF SLATE (Continued from Pape 1) Clinton and Oren of Gary; one sister, Mrs. Leonard Hill of Clinton. The body was takon to the Prist funeral home pending funeral ar rangements, r 'JF CIO NEARS WAR WITH A. F. L. ON VIGOROUS DRIVE (Continued from Page 1) claimed by loyal A. F. L. unions. Al'l'KAl, MADE IX I.KTTKIS DETROIT, Dec. 24 The Tnited Automobile "Workers of America, claiming a major victory in the settlement of two feeder strikes, today renewed its demands for recognition by the vast Genera! Motors corporation in a letter to the two ranking officials of the company. Emphasizing that the issues involved wages, collective bargaining, seniority rights and the "speedup" can be settled only through conferences with General Motors officials. Homer Martin, V. A. W. A. head, urged a "general conference" in the letter to Alfred P. Sloan Jr., president, and William S. Kntidsen. executive vicepresident. FASCISTS START INITIAL CONFLICT IN BURGOS SIEGE (Continued from Page 1) claimed today that the Astunas loyalist Militia hesieging Oviedo, now held hy the insurgents, had set tire to the city's gas works. In Asturias. the government reported, the poular front elements have reached an agreement for the formation of a new government. The Basque front was reported quiet. The insurgent cruiser bspana appeared off the coast and shelled Abono early today hut the government was without reports as to damages or casualties. The Madrid front remained quiet today as both sides (planned to observe Christmas eve as best they could under the circumstances. Mozart's Workshop The summerhouse in which the "Magic Flute" stands on the Ka puzinerberg, one of the two moun tains which hem in the city of Sal? burg. Austria. May Good Health, Happiness and Fortune be by your side all through the year that is to come. The Silver Front TTTS .Good Health auL FRENCH WARNING CAUSES BIG WAR FEAR TO MOUNT '(Continues Trom Tnge l) Britain that Fiance would have to Match Germany Kpiinisli interfer- en re. Foreign Minister Jlellios expressed the stroiip hopp, however, that a Franco-German war on French soil could he averted hy Bt reimtheninu guarantees of non-intervention hy other powers. In his talk wilh the German ambassador, Dethos is understood to have told him that "matter in the Spanish war are rapidly approaching a crisis." Markets INDIANAPOLIS, Dec. 24. Livestock: HOGS, 3.i0; holdovers. 3H7; market steady to 25c higher: weights up to 235 lbs., getting full advance; 160-lsn Ihs.. $10.(15; Ku-2"(l lbs.. $1II.7U: 2(10-225 lbs., $10.75; 225-235 lbs., $10.8(1; 235-250 lbs.. $10.7(1; 250-2fi0 lbs.. $10.50: 200-275 lbs., $10.35; 275-285 lbs., $10.20: 285-300 lbs.. $10.00; 300-325 lbs.. SO.IMI; 325-350 lbs., $11.75; 350-400 lbs.. $9.0; 150-KiO lbs., $10. (.0; 140-150 lbs., $11.75: 130-140 lbs.. $11.50; 120-130 lbs., $0.25; 110-120 lbs., $.00: 100-110 His., $8.75: sows strong In lor higher, bulk $ 8.85 u If. tin, top $9.75. CATTLE. 00; calves, 2o0; everything sharply higher on runaway trade; most sales fully 25c higher; spots lower; liberal supply good and choice steers in run; outstanding strings 1.447-lb. steers. $12.40: new high for current season: light steers. $12.25; 1,315 and 1341-lb. steers. $12.1(1; most heifers. $fi.iili fi 8.50 ; beef cows. $4.50 f( 5.25: cutter grades. $ 3.(10 (ft 4 25 ; few sausage hulls up to $11; vealer:; weak to 50c lower at $12. SHEEP. 5.000; market active; ft lambs 35-50C higher; yearlings 25c higher; slaughter sheep steady: practically entire supply of fed western lambs, granding choice, going at $0.35; yearlings mostly $8; bulk better grade native lambs. ?H.oo fit H.25 : good and choice ewes, $3.00(f; 3.50, top $4. CHICAGO. Dec. 24. Livestock : ; HOGS. 17.000; ln-5r higher: holdovers. l.llOO; top. $10.45; bulk $lo.(llt(fr 10.411; heavy. $10 loft; 1 10.45; medium. $ 1 0.00 (fl 1 o 4 5 ; light. $lo. 15(h 10.25; light lights.! $!i.ooftr 10.00; packing sows. $!.oo r 1 o on : pigs. $ 7.oo r o.r.ii. j CATTLE, 3.500; steady. Calve. 1.000: steady. Hcef steers: good and choice. $ 1 o.nn (j; ) 2.75 ; common and medium. $7. on jj 1 o.on ; yearlings. $0.00ftj 13. on. Hulcber cat-tic: heifers. $5.ouff 1 1.5U; cows. $4.25i 7.00; bulls, $4.25 (n (1.73 : calves. $5.om7 l.oo; feeder steers. $4.50 fl 8 .30 ; stocker steers. $4.5" (oS.OO; Blocker cows and heifers, $4.5(ift (1.75. SHEEP, ll.ooo; steady; medium and choice lambs. $8.50ftr 0.25 : culls and common. $(1.50 (& 8.00 ; yearlings. $11.00 (ft 8.00 ; common and choice ewes. $2.5" 1i 4.5o; feeder lambs. $5.oo(fi 7.50. Behind V 1936 Christmos Seal Sale To wish you all that goes toward making the holiday Reason cheerful. Success in your every undertaking and happiness in 1937. PEMOSER -WW Just a Good Old Merry Christmas and Happy New Year MILLER'S ServkeCarage It's as simple as ABC but it comes straight from the heart: "Merry Christmas" EDITH'S Beauty Shop Hilon lU'ed, Iitrensed Operator fir- WV&WtkltW May this be the happiest Christmas you have ever known. I. D. JOHNSON WATCHMAKER 343 South Main Street May this be the happiest Christmas you have ever known and the New Year the most successful. Joe Corrado SHOE SHOP Sf FOR EVERY PURPOSE For: & ft an A? I & t c a ftp For: Picnics Dinners Lodges Home Use Banquets Reunions Socials Scenery I ill-l-MLIts1i;. lsMi ii1stsnfcii tlsaMiM'i' Ifciri'iTi' ' if ti" iAMmJ We Have Installed a "Jiffy" Re- Winder Clean, White Newsprint in Convenient Rolls No Cores to Carry! No Deposits Required! on lin- Save wear and tear Just use clean, en white Rolled to Your Order IN ANY AMOUNT 10 Yards Equal One Pound Paper Is 34 Inches Wide 2 lbs. 25c 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 the Jiffy Re-winder in advance. 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. (6 !. fP 7 ft. CHICAGO. Dec. 24 Grains were on the upgrade at the opening today in fairly active trading. Wheat was Ti to 1 i up led by July. Corn was lu S up and oats Vs to 3,j up. WHEAT: Dec. 13(l?i; May, 132"-133: July. 1 1 7 -.. -' . CORN: (new) Dec. 108'i; Way, Hi.'li; July. 101-o2; (old) .May, l"3 : July, loo-ioo . OATH : Dec. f.l 1.,; May, &T-51; July, 45V-U. THie Daily Clmtoniajii

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