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January 9, 1937

The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana · Page 6

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p Saturday, January 9, 1937 The Daily Clintonian, Clinton, Indiana PAGE SIX President Roosevelt With Three Secretaries Union Blast Judge CLASSIFIEDADS LABOR IS SPLIT OVER ISSUES OF MOTOR STRIKES (Continued from Page 1) LOST (jiey suede raincoat on Vine or North Ninth between P. O. and Kalrview. (1 reward for return to Bob Barbce. 158 North Fifth or Hotel Barber shop. 163 tiona are started. Battle Hues between John L. Lewis' coin ml live for Industrial organ liatlon, with which the striking automobile union la arrillated, and the American Federation of Labor were broken by bolters. ? ' , , - '1 ' l TZZ ' i,w"l'llllV --:"v-: -- miWMr.,... V ' I . . . 3 I' i j. ii'- Rate for Classified Ads and Paid Notice riret day of Insertion: gc for each reading line (one column line, like one of these). Next two days Insertion: the same lc charge (you get three days at double the cost of the first day). Next throe days Insertion: the ante 8c charge (you net a whole week, six days, at three times the cost of one Insertion). Each group of three days thereafter. 8c a line. Mack Face (like this), JOc per Hue. For Sale Coal (f - I A fAss9MialsBV 'Xvfrj . -- . v.w JassssWasSelelBfcisssd FOTHTH VKIN COAIj, IWIVKRHAIj, miami Kit. a. a n if i,A'ji BKTTY NO. 6. HARLElf HlrK- MAN, PHONE 10. " r'lFTH AMI KIXTH VKIN COAL. .. UD l'l III PKJt'KM. 1K- IJVKKKI). ANDY JOHNSON, TKL-rJI'HONE 9IB-IU. t5 KAiHviirrr1 mktiioiwst t uviu n Harold It. llolclikiss, Pastor 9:45 a. Sunday school. 6:16 P. m Kpworth League. 7:00 p. m., Evening Worship, Bet ty Simpson, leader. The evening worship will be the first of a series entitled "The Life Beautiful." The special theme for this evening will he: "The Life of Purpose." DANA FINISHES All classified ads Including meino-rlaius and notices of all kinds must be paid In advance except those by regular customers whose account are paid monthly or those from organisations whose bills must be allowed before being paid. In tl latter case the person asking le publication of the notice will be hold responsible for If payment. STRONG TO WIN Threats of liiiMchnieiit voiced by tlie U'lllled Automobile Workers union against Circuit Judge Mdwurd l. Black of rilnl, Mich., were answered by Hie jurist with a challenge that Ills critics fight It out in open court. Judge Black became Hie large! of union criticism because of his Injunction restraining sit-down strikers at a Mint plant. Cayuga Cagers Lose Contest in Many Varieties of Gold Coins There were 410 known varietita of California gold coins privately minted by mining firms between 1848 and 1884. President Roosevelt with secretaries, Mclntyre, Early and James Roosevelt Fourth Quarter Alter Slight Lead CAYUGA. Jan. 9 A strong finish President Roosevelt, Marvin Mclntyre. Stephen Early and the president's son, James, who was recently attached to the White House staff aa gen-era! aide to his father.. Top hats and tails were worn by President Roosevelt and his three secretaries when this new picture was taken in Washington as the four rode down Pennsylvania avenue. Left to right are Business Services HEAD THESE ADS EVERY DAY for late buying and selling information. DO PEOPLE KNOW WHERE TO find you and your particular type of service? Tell them! A want-ad costs very little. nreant victory 27 to 23, for the Dana Federal Board Expected to Raise basketball team here last night in Intensive Farming Every square mile of American sugar land in the Territory of Hawaii supports a population of 300 a game with Cayuga high Bchool. Trailing 20 to 21 at the close ol Legal Reserve Requirements for Member Banks to Avoid Inflation (Continued from Pace I) the third period, the visiting cagerB turned on the power for seven more Duke Co-eds Seek Beauty Honor ODDS-AND-ENDS MERCHANDISE ...:u ....ii,i find sale through But Slides Off Road; Snowbound For 24 Hours; 16 Aboard Safely Rescued by Ranchers With Sleighs points and held the local crew to this department. Tell the public what you have. requirements were raised 60 per cent by the board. In December, vmtp r STARTING MECHANISM should be checked regularly and the treasury created an "inactive gold fund, the operation of which checks swelling of bank funds because of gold Imports. Bury Dead In Circular Pit The Creek and Seminole Indians of Florida buried their dead in a circular pit about four feet deep; the corpse, with a blanket or cloth wrapped about it, was placed in a sitting position, the legs bent under and tied together. Clog Almanac A clog almanac was a square piece of wood, brass or bone about eight inches long, which might be either hung in a room or fitted into Demetual cleaned. Drive in J. u"'j ni,n nuiierv Co.. 226-228 Mul (Continued from p.nell zards," he Bald, "but that was the worst one." I Southbound and behind schedule because of the heavy weather, the hwv ntrpAt nhane 68. 153 FOR SALE 1 . . .1 D..l,.nt bus left Cedar City for St. fieorge about 1:30 a. m. yesterday, Ramsey said. Lunch room, uooa locauuu. n right for quick sale. 227 Mul only two points in the last quarter. A bard and fast game, it was close all the way. Dana led 6 to 6 In the first stanza and 12 to 11 at the In-termisslon. '1elL" Strohm and Brown led the Hi for the winners, with Stull performing hlB usual good offices at center Onley, Cayuga forward, copped Individual scoring honors with 10 points. Pana's reserves took the curtain-raiser, 14 to 12. Summary: Dana S7) FO FT PF Strohm, f 4 0 0 Adams, f 2 1 1 Stull. c 2 0 0 Johnson, g 0 1 0 Brown, g 4 0 2 Wagner, g 0 1 0 Totals 1 2 8 3 berry street. almanac, showing the Sundays and .i a a atiMnt3 It was intro- Canary birds, females 60c. 417 JAPANESE EXECUTE 52 TS1TSJHAR, Manchuria, Jan. 9. A tremendous man-hunt by Japanese troops through the frozen swamplands of north Manchukuo today resulted In the execution of 62 Manchu bandits who had escaped from military prison after killing four wardens. "It was about 2 a. in. and the road was gettinK worse when we went Into a drift.'' he said. "It was Fine, powdery snow and the drift was heavy. The driver tried to get UlUCI -- duced into England by the Danes. North Water street. ia Baled timothy hay, $16 at barn. Hay Heber, phone 926-2. t66 Compliment to Talkative Man I'TKa uraatott onmnlirtlPnt " SBld clear of the drift and we slid off f - y I I i ' . . j 1 1 & . w , JB. ' ' . f. A f j Charlotte Blehler), ij .Anne WagnerJ. i ''. , --' . . iisassasaaBaaaiii Ij: un aaao nt Chinatown. (that the road." you can pay a talkative friend is to 40 acres, well-improved, miles east of Clinton. Immediate possession. Also 6 acres, well improved, 21 miles northwest of Rosedale. P. M. nrown. 759 Elm street. t48tf be a patient listener ana not lmruue on his self esteem by correcting him, thus asserting a privilege Thousands of people wall for this t'linn (S3) FG FT PF uinual sale or niir.A ir nun i.iwi.i irL'l l.ru 'ifiliMl elnti,tll,.rv. PAID NOTICES r.irwr, k ,,. hiring January only you can buy NOTICE! Onley. f 4 Auble. f 0 Schwab, c 0 Hayes, g 2 Meeker, g ? Tate, g 0 MEXICO SEEKS PEACE MEXICO CITY, Jan. 9. -Mexico today made neutrality measures of the United States air-tight, with this declaration by the foreign office: "If war materials purchased In the United States are desired to be trans-shipped through Mexico, authorization of the American government will be required." stationery In double tne usual qmui' tlty . . . KM) sheets anil 100 envc 1 .,ln.wl ...HI. vtlll. MtMWli To all members of Local Union 4699, U. M. W. of A., there will be which he regaras as Deranging w clusively to his wife." Georgia Town Seceded Early By proclamation sent the Federal government, the "free and independent state" of Dade, in Northwest Georgia, withdrew from the United States before the rest of Georgia seceded. After the war no written document ever announced the county's return to the Union. K,lt:a . , ,m ii ,-u m fir Nnjiie and Address for only an election Jan. 12, 1937, for Dis trict President and Secretary-Treas ninr The following voting Places: Among the 20 most beautiful co-eds at Duke university selected In a recent campus-wide poll are Charlotte Slehler, Baltimore, Md.. senior, and Anne Wagner, of Jamaica, N. Y., also a senior. Ten of the beauties will be chosen by a nationally-famous artist, and labeled "superlatively beautiful". Their pictures will appear in Chanticleer, Duke yearbook.. Totals 8 7 1.00. Two sizes . . . large flat sheets or smart double sheets. Hec samples at The Mally Clintonian Universal, 11 a. m.; Blanford, 1 n m Jim riavev's hall at Clinton. MONTEZUMA IN rtmee. 4.30 Ui 3 p. m.; Terre Haute, 8 to CLOSE VICTORY n m. Viank Homier, secy. id (Continued from Page 5) Referee Porter. Scotch Fought English The battle of Neville's Cross wag feught between the Scotch and English in 1346 during the Hundred Years' war. Experience Teaches Experience does take dreadfully high school-wages, but he teaches like no other. TED W Hal tie a NOTICE! I will not be responsible for any debts contracted by anyone. Eschol C. Brown. t53 ' NOTICE! Members Local Union 1481, U. M. W. of A., election Jan. 12. Hall open 2:30 p. m. till 6 p. in. Glen Brldgemun, fin. secy. t53 NOTICE! In the District He-election to he held January 12, both shifts of Local 5518 will vote at the mine. Members not working and exonerated members will vote at Meyer's Hall from 7:80 to 8:30 p. m. R. G. Pavey, record-secretary. 154 The Word Liberty Liberty is a word almost taken for granted, but men have died for it in the past. FOR EVERY PURPOSE A National Event! . . . RYTEX DECKLE E1XJE VELLUM printed For: HOT SHOTS TAKE ONE ROSEDALE, Jan. 9. Shattered by a barrage of 17 field goals, the Greene Township basketball team went down In defeat before Hose-dale here last night, 39 to 21. Fowler, Hot Shot forward, was the evening's number one sharpshooter. Rosedale used 10 men in gaining the overwhelming victory. The local reserves copped the curtain-raiser, 31 to 16. Summary: Rosedale (SO) FG FT PF Snyder, f 1 0 0 Fowler, f 6 0 3 C. Hookey, f 1 0 0 Brown, f 3 1 2 Hopkins, c 0 0 0 O. Hookey, c 2 0 1 Chaney, g 0 I 0 McCurdy, g 3 1 4 Hukes, g 1 2 4 Huxford, g 0 0 0 Totals 17 B13 Greene Twp. (21) FG FT PF Smith, f 0 0 0 stationery . . . double tne usual quantity . . . 100 sheets and 100 envelopes of this fine Deckle Edge ","' " 1 ''""L'J"'-- " NOTICE, MOOSE! Pay your dues before January 15 and stay beneficiary. J. C. Hays-lett. ach paper . . . printed with your Mono gram or Name and Address lor $1.00 . . . January only! On sale at Tbe Dally Clintonian office. adv. NOTICE, EAGLES! Pay your dues before January 15 and etay beneficiary. J. C. Hays- lett. cn bbBsHsWMHMsMHMsssMHMsIsHsWsbHsM For: Picnics Dinners Lodges Home Use Banquets Reunions Socials Scenery ScU It With a Clastlf I Ad INDIANAPOLIS. Jan. 9. Live stock: unna 1 &ftft tinlHnvprs. 50 Phone 41 Before market generally steady on weights above 160 lbs.; few sales 160-200 iho K hiirhoi- innri outstanding Foxworthy, f 1 McCutchan, I 3 Lee, c I Wallace, g 1 Smith, g 1 McCormick, g 1 Clodfelter, g 1 184 lbs. at $10.80, 10c higher; light lights and pigs. 16c higher. 160-180 lha. tin S5ial0.70: 180-200 lbs., 11 o'clock! 810.70 m 10.76: 200-225 lbs., Totals 8 5 8 Heferee H pence. $10.76; 225-236 lbs., $10.80; 235-260 lbs., $10.70; 250-260 lbs., 810,5: 260-276 lbs., $10.40; 275- We Have Installed a "Jiffy Re- Winder Clean, White Newsprint in Convenient Rolls No Cores to Carry! No Deposits Required! Out of Town Printers DONT Pay Taxes Here ...But WE DO! 285 lbs., $10.25; 285-300 lbs., $10.10: 300-325 lbs., $10; 325-350 lbs., $9.90; 260-400 lbs., $9.80; 160-160 lbs., $10.25; 140-160 lbs.. $10; 130-140 lbs., $9.76; 120-130 His., $9 60; 110-120 lbs., $9.25; 100-110 Ins., $9; sows steady, bulk $9,1019.75, top $9.85. CATTLE, 50; calves, 25; compared with laBt weeks close, steers and yearlings very uneven: choice weight steers and spots. 25c and more higher, while medium grade steers and yearlings are occasionally 25c lower; general market steady. Calves and heifers strong to 25c higher; bulls weak to 26c lower; week's steers top, $12.25; heifer lop. $10; vealers nominally steady today. 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 thfl Jiffy Re-winder in advance. Rolled to Your Order IN ANY AMOUNT 10 Yards Equal One Pound Paper Is 34 Inches Wide 2 lbs. 25c Save wear and tear on linen. Jut ue clean, white paper on the tahles at your next organization dinner. It costs only a few cents and may be burned afterward. Try it once. That's all we ask. K SHEEP, 25; lamb market nom- inal. Every buyer of printing should patronize the printer who helps support the community by sharing in the payment of taxes. The Daily Clintonian and its employes pay hundreds of dollars in taxes city and county each year. Out of town printers don't pay taxes her. ... but WE DO! CHICAGO, Jan. 9. Grain open tnir' WHEAT: May. 13211-132. up July. 115-115 V4. up 'M-Vi , Sept.. 112i-112, up CORN: (new) May, 110 Vt -1 10 4 , up ; July, 10614-106, up -Vj: Sept.. 10114. up -; (old) May. 16. up ; July. 101 S4 . up 'A- niTS MaV C.lU-53. UO ; July, 46, unchanged to off . he Daily Llmtomae The Daily Clintonian Job Printing Dept. ' : Sept.. 44 up '. RYE: May, 112. up .i ; July JH5, unchanged; Sept., 97'A, unchanged. SOYBEANS: May. 160 bid, up & PROVISIONS: Strong. i

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