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December 15, 1944

The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana · Page 8

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THE DAILY CLINT ONIAN Friday, December 15, 101 f. Page Eight '0. Four Catholic Missionaries Captured by Japanese. OSSI.MXtl, N. V. - - IlendqiuirliTS of Hie Catholic Forei.L'n .Mission Sf-efoty annoitneetl today receipt of word that tour IWarylnioll priests have been captured i,y the Japanese rrMFTKHY HIF.MOI'.I M,S MOM MUM'S anil M AltKEItS Tcrre Hauls !fi(uums::-t Co. HIIHI.l. V. I t 1 K ,. ; l;i-iuv-.iiiitlvt. 4"3 S. Hi-pulli, Chtilmi Select a Useful Gift That Will Reflect Your Sentiment And Good Judgement Throughout The Year FOR SALE .In their recent drive to split China, and have been made prisoners. The American consul at Kliiniinr. China, rinnished the information a-houl the priesls. Tile priesls. who were al llieir South China mission posts when tne Japanese arrlwil. IncliNle Hie li.. USEFUL GIFTS FOR THE HOME Large, Framed enulno Cry MIRRORS S4.95 Coffee Makers... $3.75 Padded Kitchen WILSON DART CAME STEP-STOOLS... S3.95 Two Cames in One $1.79 Iternard WIHiiimI, Carroll, Iowa. 'I'he capthis wi'le ilalion-'if in lie-.!ur. knoll W neluiw isi' -inu in soul lie! a Kwuuesl pro iiii e. m B si '0 si a 0. & isff si 0 n Strain Mctor Don't V( i load the wn.-iirr. Teo nuiny clrthes inline v.'.'isiiir.i; rill-cienty and .strain the muter. C'iothes should rirruliitc fn i ly in the water. Don't overload the u firmer, llisli ib-ute ll.e garment i ve..: over the entire ii iiijtli ol the roll. If you hnve spinner-typo di ier, be sin e tn distribute the clothes nrnund evenly i;i it, to pi event vihi alien uu.l undue Wear on the nuu-biiu' FOR THE CAR . . . Genuine GE Seal Brain Driving Light $2.98 IS Plate Heavy Duty 18 Months Battery $5.95 Two Gallon Wax Free Winter Motor Oil 98c Trojan Double Auto Horn $6.45 Change Your Old Bulb-Type Inefficient Head Lamps to MODERN SEALED BEAMS KITS FOB ALL CARS $4.95 up i WBmmiHIHIIBIiraiOTt.mi -. MB i.-a TONITE -1 " ' TfieAMW AUTO ST6RE ' 202 SOUTH MAIN With The Coniillmeaiis Ol THE DAILY CLINTONIAN, There Arts Two Five Tickets To The H'Ai:.ASII THF.ATKE Wailing At Our Office for .VARTfIA JACOBS Anilerson Street -fast Come La Ami Ask For Them! tu h This Sjiiico livery Day Vol It NAME MAY UK .NEXT . I UUCJI and Gabby Hayes BILL 2 Gary COOPER y i" '4 r FRANK MORGAN ANITA LOUISE jw.lafi.nwn flint A i K, ,'. 'A F;Jjj fat c 40c SUN., MON. & TUE. Color Cartoon "The Cat Came Back" LATEST NEWS 7) 4 P. M. Teresa WRIGHT QT ifc) 4 Rates for Classified Ads and Paid Notices First day luaertlon: 80 tor each reading line (one column line, like one of theae). Next two days Insertion: tbe same le charge (you got three days at double the coat ot the first day). Next three days Insertion: the same 80 charge (you get a whole Seek five days) at three times the Boat of one Insertion). Each group of three days thereafter, 8c a line. Blackface (like this) 10c per line. All classified ads lucluding niem-orlams and notices of all kinds must be paid In advance except those by regular customers whose accounts ire paid monthly or those from organizations whose bills must be al lowed before being paid. In the latter case the person auk log the publication of the r.olice will be held responsible for Its payment. FOK SALE 1 New Delivery WaKon. Lots of small sinalo and double harness. 1 I'oney Saddle and l!t'idle( never been used). Several Rabbit Pens. 2 Walk-In Hutcher Coolers. 1 One H. P. KriKidairo Compressor. 2 One H. P. Meat (Jrindi is. 1 New H. P. Centrifugal I'uni) and Motor. One G-ft. Counter Case and two Counters. Lots of old lumber, 4,000 ft. of 2 'j x cleHn hard maple flooring. Several White Marble Tallies and I Chairs. ' 1 Bathroom (las Water Heater. Several Galvanized Iron Water Tanks. 2 Turnstiles with Registers. Lots of Piping and Fittings. One 10-ton Chain Hoist. 40 Bales of Alfalfa Hay. 100 Bushels of Old Corn. 1 Chevrolet -ton Panel Truck, good condition and tires. 1 Electric Range. J. M. VIRTTI Res. Phone 297 Plant Phone 27S-J ONE KALAMAZOO COAL RANGE, one fire burner Danglers Oil range with built in oven. One piano, guitar with concert case and one large oak book case witli desk combined. Wyatt House, Lyfnrd. t:i4. ONE GUITAR WITH CONCERT case, one victroln, two Coleman lights, one pre-war ice cream freezer, one pre-war porch swing and household goods. Wyatt House, Lyford. t.'ilx FARM WAGON lfi IN. T1HKS. grain bed f first class rendition. $165. also 14 H. . electric motor, $10. Write or call L. M. Mitchell, Newport, phono III. tU7x WESTINGHOUSE LIGHT iTnLIlH. All sizes. 25 watt, to 200 watt. S. O. Harlan Hardware. 254-2.ri(i North Ninth Street. t:iii CAIII.NET MODEL RADIO, LOOKS Kood and plays good. $12.00. tut 3 North 3rd Street. t:ili.v '38 FORD "0", RADIO AND HEAT er. good pre-war tires. Iil4 Mill berry St. riione 775-W. t:i:: EVERGREENS FOR HOME DECO- rations. Place your order early. Hershey's Flower and Gift Shop f t:ilf ALL-STEEL IRISH MAIL. HOFNC-ing rocking liorse, two kiddy ears. 512 Blackmail Street. Phone 2'20. t::o IDEAL CHRISTMAS GIFT FOR Him. Seat Covers. For all makes of cars. Patsy and Leltoy's Modern Marathon Service Sun ion. t;i!) TABLE MODEL RADIO flS.OO; cabinet model radio $ IS, nil and 22 rifle and loys. t;o:i N. 3rd Street. t ,'l 4 x COL. 30727 ESTREI.LITA. WIIIS-pering. Fred Lowry with Horace lleidt. One plus tax. White s Pharmacy. GOOD I'SED GII!LSl7u7vCUr2ti inch balloon tires. 100!l .South Slxlll Street. t.ir.x t:H R I STM A S THE ESI I Fv" Yol'ltS Willie our Holed ion Is good. Lew is Hardware and Hook Store. t.'ir, J I E ATI N(l KTO V KS. " Fl' H N I Tl ' R K and baby buggies. Tuiley's Place. ti28 Ho. Kill. Open till H p. in. I.'llv iihk'k, axy itiMi vor Want. ( Union Aulo W'n'rklnu I'miIs I'd. ICrille'a, I'bone N, Cliiilon, M.llf l'IFTH VEIN COaTC1IARLIU II Ferguson. Phono 1.10-W. 17-17-44 f KISH FRY FRIDAY NIGHT. Corner. COZY t34x u F ISeeond Fcatun STARTING SATURDAY NIGHT AT 11. MAI'I.K KTOKKMMO HA11Y BED with sled KpriiiEH and hair tri'SH. (iuod condition. 1'liono 7II7-J Cllnlon. t:!5x .MIXK1) I'l.UVKII AM) I'I'ItK T1M-iilliy liny. wheat Blinw. M. llrowii, 7r,!l Kim SM t. CIO CAPON df'HHcd WrlKlil, A N I) or 011 phono ONI: TI'HKFV. fool. Mrs. Shell IIII7-1. Clllx HOY'S HICYCI.K AM, NKW PARTS, balloon, tires, Call 2IH-W alter li p. m. tS&x TIH1KKYS. .MIIS. WIl.MKIt lll'X-foi'll, three and one half miles northeast of I.vi'ord. t.'ltlx BUSINESS SERVICES FOUND A LA1IOR STOCK OP Ooodyear Car, Truck and Tractor Tires and Tubes. Vulcanizing and Recapping neatly done and Guaranteed. 9th and Bosart Mobilgus Station, Joe Glacoietto, Clinton 32tf DEAD ANIMALS REMOVED, large or small, prompt service. Call Crawford 8201 or Crawford 63109 Trre Haute or Dana 142B. We pay all phone charges. John Wachtel Co., Terre Haute. tl37 DEAD ANIMALS ItKyOVEl) FREE of charge by llniggins and Hons, licensed dealers. Call us as soon fts tliey die and reverse charges, liana Feed Service, Dana, Phone 50. t5xf GUARANTEED 24-IIIi. HEFRIGER- ation Service. Commercial and Domestic. F. L. Bonobrake, Phone 10.14-4 Clinton or 1GB-J-2, Montezuma. 8-1-4 5 FOirYOUR HEALTH'S SAIK, EAT more fresh fruit. Our oranges are better because they're fresher. Mc-Cracken's Market. tldf nECAI'PINO AND VULCANIZING. Five-ply passenger car tires, rien-ty of Ethyl and anti-rreeze. The Gas Market. 11-2-4 4 THICK lllUVKItS iOOI COAL AT all times. No waiting. Paved road. H Miles "est of Clinton, Hazel Ithlff. S & O f'onl Co. JOHN A. HiiEW'EIt. PIANO TUN-ing, reiiairing. i:i05 South Seventh Street. t:i4x liURDSALS PASTE WAX KOIt your floors. Clinton Lumber and Supply Co. Telephone 322. IIENNET TltANSTEK LOCAL AND long distance moving. 400 South Fourth Street. I'bone 464. t85f PAID NOTTCES XOTK'H! T. ...n nli.m V.. .... . 1 1 1 I n ,, Chapter, 125, It. A. M. Friday, December 15. 7 p. m. Work In M. E. M. degree to be conferred by W. I. R. A. C. Association. Win. Vastbinder, H. P., Ray Show, Secy. 134 NOTICE! Jerusalem Lodge No. 90 F. & v- A. M. stated meeting, Tuesday. comber 19, 7:30 p. m. John Griffiths, W. M.; Cliarles Brown, secy. t3 0 NOTICE! I.nst week for pictures for Xinas. Xo appointment lu-cessai-y. HillfoM sie free with every order. Mrs. Ilay-lllontl Tlirili-r, IOoH So. 5tll St. t:i4x- MALE nELP WANTED BOYS TO CARRY PAPER ROUTES. 10 years or over. Aplly , Bill Blackburn, Cllntonlan. LOST BROWN BILLFOLD A WEEK AGO! containing $15. on, drivers license, social security, birth certificate, , etc. Kinder keep money and re- turn billfold to Clintonian Office. t35x ! BLACK ZIPPER HII-: OLD CON- I tabling 2.', aliiubli papers. Har- vey Stllllz. 121 South Main St. Room 1 5, Clinton, Ind t34 IIKI.I' WANTKD CLINTONIAN - NEWS CARRIER lioys for route open on sevenlh. eighth, and niulli streets. Call 32. ('Union!. ui Office. KM A LE It I0lFV ANTED SALESGIRL I.VMEDIATELY. ZOR-r.i Store, 400 N. Ninth St. Call 639 or apply in person. t33f WANTED TO BUY FIVE OR SIX ROOM IIOI'SE. Write 359 North Krd St. A. Car-ler. t3Sx PI.EU'AH Sl.ED IN GOOD COND1-t inn . Call Co. t35x Harm Motor In cold weather, be sure to warm the washing machine motor by bringing the machine into a warm room ot least an hour befcre using, or place hot water in tub before starting to wash. COMPANY Phone 62 IND. C75 Paul Hungerford H1KTH f'KKTIKICATK Notice Is hereby Kiven Unit Mary Delicli ban filed a petition in tbe Vermillion Circuit Court of Vermillion County, Indiana, to have the time and place of her birth determined. Said petition Is Ret for hearing on the 2iith day of December, 194-1. CARL It. IlIGfiS. Clerk of the Vermillion Circuit Court. FRIDAY and SATURDAY Admission 9c and 20c VALLEY With Charles Starrelt Dub Taylor "Voice That Thrills The W orld" Warner Short "Dear's Tale" Warner Cartoon "Tropical Sportland" Sport Parade SUNDAY and MONDAY Admission 9c and 25c SHOW BUSINESS With Eddie Cantor George Murphy Joan Davis Nancy Kelly "Russian Rhapsody" Merrie Melody RKO NEWS Tuesday and Wednesday Admission 9c and 20c DOUBLE FEATURE SWING With Kny Kyser Marilyn Maxwell PLUS HOUR BEFORE the mm With Veronica Lake Frauohot Tone John Sutten THURSDAY Admission 9e and 20c m HAVOC With Margaret Sullaven Ann Sot hern Joan HI on dell "Wedfime Stories' Leon Errol Comedy I j ; it Clii Sherrill Tangled Love Life Blamed forpSutcide Of Star Lupe Velez ti luiliv Kn vjf iijirtnfi " j Axlmitting (hat lie once asked Mi:;s j Velez to sign an agreement stating j that he was "only marrying her Jo give the baby a name." Kamond j added: "But I didn't mean it. We'd just I had a fight and I was in a terrible temper." j Second ote to Hecn'taiy ! A second note found beside lir body in the ornate bedroom was addressed to Lupe's failTul secretary of many years, Mrs. Beulah Kinder, which read: "My dear Mrs. Kinder: ; "My faithful friend, yon and you only know the facts for the reason I am taking my life. May God for give me nnd don't think bad of me. I love you, many. Take care of your mother so goodbye and try to forgive me. Say goodbve to all my friends and the American press that were always so nice to me." Lu pe." Dimmer H(Mly in Morning Mrs. Kinder, who found Miss Velez' body yesterday when she went into the sumptuous sliver and white 1 bedroom to draw the curtains, said something In the little actress" face arrested her attention. "I thought she was asleep she looked so peaceful. But when I laid my hand on her to see if she wanted some breakfast I knew something was wrong. "She was dead." PCKOZ mpcro'RS Iluy More Itoiiils frm frW famowt lferiy Mogorm Ovf bf Jomtrt M. CaM, Author ef ."ft rethnai Awayi Kvtyi Tinea' . it Thh Mai h ttem being ihown to ovr armed TONIGHT Die DOl BLK and SAT. FEATUIJK ISt iJV 1 1 1 111 Menioriam In loving memory of our son. Rgt. Louie Donald Short, who pnssed away two years ago, Dec, Hi, 1942. His smiling face and pleaunnt wuy Arc a jjluasure to recall Bo had a kindly word for each And died beloved by all Our Up;! can not tell how we mlsa him Our hearts can not tell what io say In our home that is lonesome today. Sadly missed by our family and friends, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Short. In Menioriam In loving memory of our son and brother, Kleve Giovanini, who panned away l.'f years ago Dec. Hi, l!i:n. Sadly mfused by his Talents and Family, Mr. and Mrs. Dom (Jiovanini. In Menioriam In loving remembrance of Ann Kichey who died, two years ago December 17. We loved you Ann we love you still. It was a bitter pain a shock severe to part with one so young and dear. We think of her in silence. Her name we oft recall. There is nothing left to answer, but her picture on the wall. One ho dear to us is gone. A voice we loved is still. A place so vacant in our hearts which never can be filled. Never shall Ann be forgotten. Never from our memory fade and our hearts will always linger around that precious grave. As fiod's healing balm is rendered, and months and years go by. May we see God's plan more clearly and cease to ask, Ol), Why? Sadly missed by Daughter. Sally Ann, Mother, Dad and Brother. Congress Anxious To Adjourn, FDR Defers Bill Action (Continued trom page 1) tlic House ami Senate - although no one professed to know was that the President would veto the Social Security bill. Uoiwp members were packed and r ady to leave as Boon as the President disposed of the bill, regardless of whether the Senate completed its legislative program. It was generally expected that the House would vote to override the veto. It having passed the "free-'e" bill by better than .I-to-l. However, House Majority Reader McCormack was making a "last-dilch rndavor to induce members to uphold the President. In the Senate, the chances that the President would be upheld in j the event of n veto appeared considerably brighter with many professing to believe that sufficient Democratic supporters of the "freeze" would swing over to make the veto stick. In the event the "freeze bill became law. the tax would remain at ne per cent on employers and em-olnyes for another year. Otherwise would double Jan. 1. Tranquil History In general, the modern history of Costa Rica has been more tranquil than that of many of its sister nations, and years of relatively peaceful and democratic government have made it one of the most progressive nations on this continent. Si ,j.-t ti . Tough, Hard - Coiled Drama of Hot Suspense and Cold Murder. 8 (J RIO AT STARS - ?uint i . pw.u I exert oveneai '-SKVKN GANG: !; sL LjsLa? jtii I y ; . . 4 TO rti:: 'hCytrth f story or, yy &trdci- 4 )ou r,, 'vc 4. ea",c yv;k sy S so .MAyRRAY-STANWYCK CANNON II E A T I N G STOVE. Cheap. Ernie's. Phone 8. 135 TURKEY. STEVE Y EAGER, WEST I34.V Vine St. Phone 163-R. Fifth vein coal, call 59: -J. t4 0x ""W .. - i. jm, .3L 1, j- j i .(Mii'ft! hvpcj sAMt t' - ivs must A FRIENDLY PLACE TO BORROW! LOANS TO $300. SECURITY LOAN 228 Black man St. CLINTON. i;h.T.i I ONLY vuvki v.c & 3;V . . ' f .r. -A .. Y I

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