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January 14, 1937

The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana · Page 6

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Thursday, January 14, 1937 The Daily Clintonian, Clinton, Indiana f ACE SIX The sale will begin at 11 a. m. and SHERIFF HURT IN STRIKE CLASH FLOYD GROVES TO HAVE SALE lunch may be obtained " on the grounds. , VM13S CLASSIFIED APS approved by Sheriff Allen Hennls. Mrs. Dancy is charged wllh manslaughter in circuit court, the charge having been filed after the death of Prank Helegda, who Is alleged to have been shot by Mrs. Dancy on (he morning of January 1. 1937. at her home. Ilelegda died in the Vermillion County hospital the following Sunday. LOST MRS. DANCY IS FREED ON BOND Rate for Classified Ad Many valuable farm implements will go under Paul E. Ray's hammer Wednesday when Floyd Groves holds a public sale at his farm, which Is J2i tire and rim between Mecca snd Rosedale and Carbon. Phone ; .Xii r : : , . ."1 : v j 61 at Mecca. Reward. 157 NEWPORT, Jan. If Mrs. Miry Dane? was released from (he Vermillion ounty Jail Tuesday evening upon bond in (he sum of f 1.000. tut. The boud aas signed by Flora Daniy and John Pepelea aod located one-half mile vest of Kidley and two miles north and one and one-half miles west of 6U Bernlce. Cora and hay will be auctioned off as well as a number of things such as plows, wagons and shovels Male Help Wanted Route mar. to succeed Rawleigh READ THE ADS and Paid Notices First day of Insertion: c for each reading line (one column line, tike ne of these). Next two day Insertion: the name fc charge (you net three day at double (he cost of the first day). Neat three days Insertion: the name 8e charge (you get a whole week, six days, at three times the cost of one Insertion). Bach group of three days thereafter, 8c a line. Work Fax (like this), 10c per line. Dealer In N. Clay County. profitable and permanent. Sup ply established demand. 125 to 6U weekly profits easy. See F. B. Crawford. 125 North Fourth street. Clinton. sen Another Hilarious Mile-a-M inute Romance! FOR RENT ail ..laiiriii ads Inrludlns: large 'front sleeping room, modern. Garage. Centrally located. 44 2 Vine street. t60 riants and notices of all kinds mast be paid la advance except those bj .regular customers whose accounts are awM monthly or those from r-gaafeations whose bills must be allowed before being paid, la tl latter case the person asking the publication of the notice will be held responsible for Its payment. Room and garage. Mrs. Tom Daniels. 1145 Mulberry street. (68 An a-mpt to mt nit-don strikers at a KMmt body plant at Flint. Mkh.. ended In lui oprn lach belwvn aMlomoWle workers and police, resulting la Injuries to l. among Ui-m Sheriff Clark Thompson who was treated at a Flint nmpilal, above. Business Services READ THESE ADS EVERY DAY lor late buying and selling Markets INDIANAPOLIS, Jan. 14. Livestock : HOGS. 4.000: holdovers, 215: 15-26c higher; 160-200 lbs.. 110.45 10.50; 200-250 lbs.. 1 10.45 10.66 ; 2741-800 lbs.. $10.0010.16; 860-400 lbs.. f.9.80: sows. 15c higher, mostly $9.009.65. top $9.76. CATTLE, 700; calves, 400; limited supply: steers and heifers mostly common and medium grades; about steady: cows steady; most steers PLANE CRASHES BRING TALK OF NEW TERMINAL Wf THE SMAOTKT SAOM ycC in town! J Iwmm The mad, temp- jf, estuous romance I' 'rJ!0MM .jth fl who couldn't Wm!'!$fflfi tffi resist this beauty! WMj'i'kj$, MM GENE ANN .JM'wM gp RAYMOND SOTHERiN(1S i I HELEN Zs!- :': - C ERIK RHODESm- C , (' rJL-4 HARRY JANS i' viS .:' 1 C7-H FRANK JENKS fV; te ( M V As RKO B.dia P'ctu.f V J . ( X vl (Sf f 5? v.. 7 Wally's Husband h at Last Placed Under Spotlight by Starting Suit Against Woman of London Society (Continued from P. ge II hia business while his wife was front-page news all over the world, was represented as greatly distressed by innuendrm-concerning motives for the divorce. He did not appear in court when Mrs. Simpson was awarded a decree nisi at Ipswich, but now, tortured by muttered quipn. he wants to take the stand iu his slander action tnd till "at long laBt" hiB side of the story. DO PEOPLE KNOW WHERE TO lind you and your particular type of service? Tell tbem! A want-ad costs very little. j ODDS-AND-ENDS MERCHANDISE will quickly find sale throuEh this department. Tell the public what you have. IGNITION INSPECTION. WE CAN often add 50 to efficiency of your motor. J. L. Homey-Roberts Battery Co.. 26-228 Mulberry street, phoue 66. 57 NEW AND USED AUTO PARTS and Accessories. You'll find whatever you're needing at Clinton Auto Wrecking Parts Co., "Ernie'B." phone 640. 16? and yearlings, $7.00 8.60; heifers. $6.007.60: beef cows, 16.00 6.75; cutter grades. $3.754.76: vealere steady t 114 down. SHEEP. 1.600; supply mostly fed wester nlambs and yearlings; wet fleeces considered; trading about steady; good and choice fed weBt-! erus 10. 25(5)10. 60. (Continued Tom TKKn 1 1 that he had died, second victim of the crash. She has a fractured leg and other Injuries. Body of James A. Braden. 60. wealthy Cleveland manufacturer, was removed from the wreckage of ,he plane Tuesday evening while physicians and nurses were treating the other passengers and crew members. Three others regarded as most seriously injured were: Others Injured E. E. Spencer, official of a Chicago electrical company, who is at a Pasadena hospital with a "fractured skull: Co-pilot Clifford P. Owen6 internal injuries of Clen-dale and H. T. Anderson, two fractured legs and internal injuries, of San Fernando. Major E. W. Bchroeder, chief federal air line inspector, was due here tomorrow to arrange for the second public hearing on a transport plane crash within two weeks. A campaign to improve the Lob Angeles municipal airport so It can be utilised by the commercial carriers was launched with a suggestion that the neceesary funds be FOR SALE Rangette. good condition. $10 for quick sale. 442 Vine St. t60 10-foot coal chute, (3. 646 North 10th street. t60 Program Announced For Ceremonies at Gymnasium Tonight (Continued from Page 1) CHICAGO, Jan. 14. Livestock: HOGS. 16.000: 10c higher: holdovers. 2.000; top. tl0.60: bulk, f 10. 20 10.45; heavy. 1 0.26(6 10.60; medium. $10.2010.60: light. $10.00 10.45; light lights. t9.2510.00; packing bows, $9.25 9.90; pigs. $7.609.76. CATTLE. 6.000; steady. Calves. 1.000; steady. Beef Bteers: good and choice. $11.00 14.26: common and medium. $7.0011.00; yearlings, $9.00 14.25. Butcher cattle: heifers. $6.0012.00: cows. $4.75g8.00; bulls, $4.507.00; calves. $5.0018.OO; feeder steers. $6.009.00; Btocker steers, $5.00 8.50: stocker cows and heifers, $4.767.00. SHEEP. 11,000; steady: medium and choice lambs, $10.00 10.60; culls and common, $8.00 10.00: yearlings. $8.009.60; common and choice ewes. $3.50 6.75; feeder lambs, f8.60(S 9.60. plus Cartoon in Color Newt of the Day Pictorial Revue Pedigreed Bcotties. Glenn Jilefi. Richardson's Grocery. 14 Parle Ave., West Terre Haute, Ind Route son tickets are good for tonight'B game. He alBO said there would be no charge for those missing the game and attending only the t60" 160. Lunch room. Good location. Priced right for quick Bale. 227 Mulberry street. t&8 PALACE - TONIGHT j f Jf 1 f 4 X I ' r U j L..ite. V -.l..nJ Four lots. Sandy Faulds, Lyford. t67 A final, light workout was held by the Wildcat Wednesday afternoon without the services of Bosstick, who will be off the squad for about two weeks, it was predicted, with a mashed finger. Coach E. 6. Stute-vllle obviously had no fear in bis heart as be spoke of Brazil's Red 40 acres. well-Improved, 4 miles east of Clinton. Immediate possession. Also 6 acres, well improved, 2 J miles northwest of Rosedale. F. M. Brown, 769 Elm street. t48tf ""Truck Mine near Clinton. Good location. Equipped to go scales hoist cars spike team. Equipment for sale cheap. Thirty acres coal, long lease. Make yourself a ten to 16 year job. Write T. Box 442, Clinton. to 8 "vr' ANNUAL REPORT IS COMPLETED CHICAGO. Jan. 14. Sharply lower cables stimulated good selling of wheat futures at the start here today and prices were to c lower than the preceding finish. Corn also was under pressure with first prices 's to c off and oats c higher to 4c lower. WHEAT: May, 134-; July. 116-; Sept., 111-. CORN: (new) May. 111-: July, 107: Sept., 102-103; (old) July. 1034. OATS: May, 63 -54; July, 47; Sept., 45. Vi Devil's schedule advent here tonight. 1 Brazil Is Whipped The 46-21 walloping Babe Wheeler's lioys received at the hands of I Wiley Tuesday evening rather exploded the oft-repeated notion that j Brazil had a "wonder" team. The I awaited viBtors, are good, however. 1 i: r & m I AfDiLfREfci... . Trinity coal mine west of Shepards-rtlle. Ready to operate. Carl Miller, West Terre Haute, R. R. 2. t57 NEWPORT, Jan. 14 Everett E. Rhoades, clerk of the Vermillion circuit court, has completed his annual report on bunting and fishing licenses for the year 1936. The report shows the issuance of 2,i"90 resident bunting and fishing licenses at fl each; 3 non-resident hunting licenses at (15.50 each and 37 nonresident lisliiug licenses at 12.25 each. Broke mine mules. 46, 47. 60, 66. 68 inches. Priced to sell. Williams. J-mile south of Dcming Park on Fruitridge Ave. Terre Haute t67 CIVILIANS FLEE MADRID IN FOG; FIGHTING HALTS despite the slaughter at Terre Haute. They are simply not as good as a lot of "experts" thought. And Stuteville and the Cats are looking forward to niaklug it three straight victories. Buiubrid:e, Montezuma and Brazil, i Continued from Page 1) f For Sate Coal f Good cheap coal, phone 797-W. 67tf WOMAN SOUGHT BY OFFICERS IN KIDNAP-MURDER (Continued from Page 1) Acid Lava, Natural Glass Obsidian, the vitreous state of an acid lava, is natural glass. It is hard and brittle. FOURTH VKIK COAL. UNIVERSAL. MIAMI NO. 4. AND BLACK BETTY NO. 5. UAKLEY HUFFMAN. PHONE 10. 4tf FIFTH AN'I SIXTH VEIN COA L. CALL MK FOB FRH'KS. 1E-MYKKKD. ANKY JOHN HON, TKIi- ephone nis-ia. teo Earth Grows Pound an Hour 6ctence finds that the earth is growing bigger daily. A pound is added once an hour. if I ' ' I , . ,' . fcs u n -t - . ;.: two nrw programs I jr '"' "Nl 7011 t't wmi to mIm i aaaw' .k Wart thr tt C Br" f ' whh Al Ptvrc and HiM -ff Z, s mtmm r ColttNibia jj-fif- mtmam 0rid4ltlaI 6?mmh. "Uaivnntl h rtth Im Ckaindllajr and Bla Orfc.r Frl- - ft. B. C Mima lvMroti. -" ' FORD V-S FOR 1937' ft i H) rf . '3 o fl by i PAID NOTICES IN MKMORIAM In loving remembrance of our father. Andrew Rossetto, who passed away a year ago today. Jan. 14. Son, Mike Rossetto, and family. t67 liams told International News Service he was positive there was no clothing of any kind in the machine. He had just returned from a trip to Grand Coulee dam, In eastern Washington, and had unloaded his car shortly before It disappeared. Other major developments in the intensive search for 'Tim" included the discovery of a hammer, possibly used by tbe fiend to batter his child victim's head. The hammer, similar to those used by machinists, was found by the Btate highway patrol two miles south of the spot where the boy's body was tossed into the brush. It was on the same road. Hendaye, on the frontier, said 400,-000 persons already had been evacuated and another g'50.000 were scheduled to go within the next few days, reducing Madrid's civil population to about 150.000. Ed.) I huhI Reporte Government miilltary authorities reported the insurgent artillery had shelled their positions hi the Guadalajara sector "without important results" and had attacked Santa Maria de la Alamede, in the Bcorial sector with intense rifle and artillery fire wihich was "answered" by loy-alist troops. The army spokesman said loyalist troops had been able to strengthen their positions at several points by surprise attacks during the last 24 hours. 9 j Front Are Quiet In other parts of Spain tiie positions were reported unchanged. Gen. Jose Miaja, head of the Madrid defense junta, refuted a statement iwsued yesterday by Gen. Francisco Franco, insurgent leader, denying insurgent airplanes had bombed the British embassy. "vera 7js prcrzjRZt 25c Our heartfelt thanks to all who extended comforting sympathy and help in our recent sorrow. For the beautiful service, floral offerings, and other kindnesses, we are deeply grateful. Mrs. Voorhees Huxford and family. t7 TONIGHT 10c Condemned to shore -n y me (ate of men he'd i 1 s doomed) 09 a o Apex gasoline washer, one electric washer and Kasy gasoline washer. All floor samples at $10 off regular prices. The Root Store. 319 South Main street. XX LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING The annual meeting of the holders or participating certificates of THl'KTKES REALTY- A880CIA TION. formerly Clinton Building & Loan Company No. 2, will be held Friday, January 15. 1937, 7:00 o'clock P. M., at the office of the association, 141 South Main Street, Clinton, Indiana. V. d. Wright. President. J. H. Gllmour, Seey-Treas. 16-1437 i V COLUMBIA THURSDAY ONLY ".S'SJSIKfl OU will drive the New Ford V-8 with perfert f onfidenre wmfidenee in the perfect er-furmanve of the 60-horsepower or 85-horse-power V-8 cylinder engine ... confidence in the all-steel body (a single ateel unit of great protective strength) . . . confidence in the new Easy-Action Safety Brake, their instant and effective response in any emergency. Ford Easy -Action Safely Brakes are the finest type of brake ever designed. They offer "the safety of steel from pedal to wheel," and they are self-energizing the forward motion of the car helps to stop the car quickly and smoothly. Truly, this is the quality rar in the low-price field. See it at your Ford dealer's showroom. It will giv you a thrill and a brand-new standard of thrift! AUTHORIZED FORD DEALERS THt QUALITY CAK IM THE LOW-MtlCE EIELD at the Lowest Price in Years! AUTHOII ZED FORD FINANCE PLANS 575 A MOFSTH w ul oow-pavflneat.bHsaay model 1937 lord V-S Car . froan any Ford aealer anywhere in the L. h. Ask yoar Ford aealer abowl the cany payment plansof the Universal Credit Company. "SPENDTHRIFT" with HENRY FONDA PAT PATTERSON MARY BRIAN STRIKE LEADERS BELIEVE GM HAS TIRED OF STRIFE i i (Continued from Page 1) N to U o laW GO o u o o 73 o 09 o 73 U SERIOUS FLOODS SEEN FOR STATE IN HEAVY RAINS (Continued from Page 1) Both the "Wabash and White rivers already were beginning to inundate lowlands as result of almost continuous showers since heavy sleet and rainfall over the weekend. Police and sheriff's deputies used boats to remove families from lowland homes at Indianapolis. New levees constructed by the WPA protected Terre Haute from the "Wabash river, which remained stationary at 19.2 feet all day yesterday but was reported rising again today. Flood stage at Terre Haute i 14 f. ;yA sl tall). ! taylw Paramount N Color tartomi Musical Kouisuiee Popeyc the Sailor in "WHAT! NO SPINACH!" 10c awl 15c ; st. Louis out," (The Fisher body ' plant). Lewis and administration sources were silent op the strike subject although President Roosevelt kept in close touch through reports from Edward F. McGrady, asxintaut secretary of labor. i m , FIU. i Zane Grey's and "KING OF THE BAT ) KOVAL MorKTKP" Usum MtuU Comedy C6L HOi 8A QliOi ZC6L UOi C-A QVQi

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