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-- '--3 . l" W I ' Saturday, January 16, 1937 TKe Daily Clintonian, Clinton, Indiana f AGE SIX CLASSIFIED ADS Offer Reward in Mattson Case REWARD CLINTON BEATS WASHINGTON IN AMATEUR BOUTS (Continued from Page 5) LEGAL NOTICES tlO.OO-O w . ' " $1 0,0 r , Mr. .i t I,lr jh, 0 0.0 0 - -" V, IS. i rll foil.-, AkMt 3 M" US a..! . ilW'"" t.M 14! KSllSfWIW ' " "TL fZ? in dMK fe.fh dbrtm mn .M W.lrf IS k ) , Hitu ! eaun k4 kfeicr few- ; '" Jiiskilr Ktesii . kflr. wa W tt SMtkcn Iroefe ! ,. All ft w Wf ci uw ,w.i .h.11 be t4 mi, ky 'it srtacst f Jastles- -.. . . 1 itti.iik t Jit. c NATIONAL 711 7. . tms eooak Hoovta, BKaw L,n, ; IsmO SlATtS WSI'AkTktKT Of JCnt, lASHIHOTOS, r. c. luwl K. 191" Jntemaliuiial llsslrolfd Aful HoUHUphoto Confesses Slaying Major Green This striking closeup of Major Green 83-year-old New York Negro was taken shortly after he had allegedly confessed to the murder of pretty Mary Robinson Case who was found strangled to death In her Long Island apart. menl U. S. CONSULATE AT MALAGA HIT BY REBEL BOMB ' , Aii (Continued from Page 1) can government on September 20. Malaga is in the hands of loyalist government forces, and It was presumed here that the wreckage was caused by rebel planes. ITALY MA KIN" PLASH Rome, Jan, 16 Italy again Is considering landing a smashing expeditionary force of marines and Infantry in Catalonia to crush Barcelona, it was authoritatively reported today. Uness leftist FOrance and the Soviet Union spedily fal into line with Rrifaln SI, deffectivelv bar volun teers for Spanish service, Italy's belicose scheme may be adopted. RF.DS CLAIM KI CCEHeiES MADRID, Jan. 16 Spain's loy alist forces claimed major successes today as Madrid's war front became a deadly whirlool with rebels swing In, into a frontal attack on the cap Ital and leftists circling to the Northwest for a flanking counterattack. "The Insurgents made strong attack., rinrlne the night on various sectors of the Madrid front, especial ly at Caribanchel and the University City, but everywhere were re pulsed," said a government communique. HILLSDALE FIVE LOSES AT HOME (Continued from Page 6) forward, rang the bell with 10 nointa. A curtain-raiser was played between grade schol teams of Dana and Hilsdale, with the home town boys making good, 18 to 16. Sum mary: Newport (24) Pearmau, t Laws, f . . Mack, c Walthall, g Sims, g f . .' fuming ' V 1 FG FT PF .120! .22s . 0 1 8 .11s Beward circular This ta - photographic copy of the federal government's circular an-mrtne the offer of a $10,000 reward for Information leading to ZnTlX of thi kidnaper of Charles MatUon c4 Ta- coma, Wash. Jama Oifif. AUTO CITIES ARE NEAR NORMALCY; 'SIT-DOWN ENDS (Continued mom Fage 1) the real battle yet to come. It will be fought out around the conference tables at Ihe headquarters of General Mo'ors in Detroit with the sero hour set for 11 o'clock Monday. A conference was to be held between union officials and General Motors executives today to donsiilete formal arrangements for the peuce negotiations Monday. Despite claims of victory made by the strikers and their leaders, careful study of the terms of settlement reached at dawn Friday. In the office of Fov. Frank Murphy at Lansing Indicates that essential points In the controversy between the company and the United Automobile Workers of America remain unsettled. Dr. Casey Explains New Taxes to Members of Local Exchange Club In Meeting Held Here This Week (Continued from Pate 1) must have been employed for at least one day In each of five years after Dec. 31. 19:16, and must have earned more than $2,000 In wages during Ike, time he was employed. Benefit will vary from $10, 10 85 per month, depending upon the amount earned. " '' ' ' Lump sum payments to estates, of 31 per cent of the total amount earned, are provided for in the case of persons dying before they reach the age of 65. Nothing will be paid to personB who still remain employed after age 65, since it is part of the plan to retire aged persons from Industry. Special Cases Persons engaged in a number of walks of life such as agricultural work, domestic service, government service, casual labor and political employment, will not share In the benefits and neither will those who run businesses; that is, employ themselves. Under the old age benefit plan. every person Is Issued a number and both employe and employer will pay at the rate of 1 per cent for three years; then 1J per cent until 1943. then 2 per cent until 1949 and after that 3 per cent, on the basis of wages earned. These funds will be retained In a special fund by the government, which guarantees that they will never earn less than 3 per cent Interest. Dr. Casey's talk was followed by an interested discussion of matters pertaining to the pay roll taxes. POLICE IN EAST GRILL SUSPECT IN BOY'S DEATH (Continued from Pace 1) him to carry out bis part of the bargain, which was to return Charles alive and well. The officers frankly, said they believe "Tim" has committed suicide because be was definitely placed in Everett a few hours before the boy's body was found and has been unable to run the blockade which was immediately established by a small army of law enforcement agents following the gruesome discovery. Barrymore Continues Film Work, Refuses to Discuss Divorce Suit Brought by Bride of Two Months ICoutluued from Page 1) 2 That Barrymore struck her and made her "woefully unhappy" at the exclusive night club New Year's eve when the separation occurred. 3 That Barryymore called her "violent, vile, obscene. Indecent, profane and opprobrious names." 4 That he was guilty of "extreme mental cruelty and Inhuman conduct." BELL NAMED TO HEAD WESTERN INDIANA MASONS (Continued from Page 1) master degree was conferred on 17 candidates. A Terre Haute man, Alfred E. Rhein, was elected second vice president of the western Indiana Masons, and Roy N. Evans of Brazil received the position of treasurer. Charles W. Allen, also of Terre Haute, was chosen as secretary. To complete the roster of officers for the ensuing year, ballots were cast for three trustees with the result that the posts went to the following men; A. W. Crandall, Green-castle; Lester E. Jack. Terre Haute, and Dallas K Waits. Sullivan. Mayflower Descendants' Society The Society of Mayflower Descendants was founded in New York city on December 22, 1894. Rates for Classified Ads and Paid Notices First day of insertion: 8c for each reading line (one column Una, like one of these). Next two daye Insertion: the same Ic charge (you get three days at double the cost of the first day). Next three days insertion: the same 8c charge (you gt a whole week, six days, at three times the cost of one Insertion). Each group of three days thereafter, 8c a line. Illark Faco (Ilka this), 10c per line.' . All classified ads Including tnemo-rlams and notices of all kinds roust be paid In advance except those by regular customer wIiobb ccounts re paid monthly or those from organizations whose bills must be allowed before being paid. In the laUer case the person aoking the publication of the notice will be held responsible for Its payment. Business Services BEAD THESB ADS EVERY DAT lor 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. OUDS-AND-END8 MERCHANDISE will quickly find sale through this department. Tell the public what you have. PERIODICAL IGNITIOIf CHF.CK-UP. Very inexpensive, but essential to good car performance. J. L. Homey-Roberts Battery Co., 226-228 Mulberry St., phone 66. to COMPLETE STOCK USED PARTS for Fords and Chevrolets and practically all makes of cars. The Clinton Auto Wrecking Co., "Ernie's," phone 640. t5 FOR SALE Four rooms of modern furniture at tremendously low cost. Write Box Z, 442, Clinton, Indiana. t60 Two men's suits and a topcoat, size 40; lady's coat and dresses, size 14. 220 Blackman street. t60 Apex gasoline wasber, one electric washer and Easy gasoline washer. Al! floor samples at $10 off regular prices. The Root Store, 319 South Main street. Rangette, good condition. $10 for quick sale. 442 Vine St. t60 10-foot coal chute, $3. 646 North 10th street. t60' Pedigreed Scotties. Glenn Jiles, Richardson's Grocery, 14 Paris Ave., West Terre Haute, Ind., Route 150. t0 40 acres, well-improved, 4 miles east of Clinton. Immediate possession. Also S acres, well Improved, 2 miles northwest of Rosedale. P. M. Brown, 759 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 15 year job. Write T, Box 442. Clinton. t69 FOR RENT Large front sleeping room, modern. (: Centrally located. 442 Vine street. " 160 i Room and garage. Mrs. Tom Daniels, 345 Mulberry street. t69 For Sale Coal Fourth, fifth and ixtb vein Brazil block coal. Louie Osella, phone 621. i' . Good cheap coal, phone 797-W. 67tf j FOURTH VEIN COAL, UNIVERSAL, ( MIAMI NO. 4, AMI tll.il BKTTV NO. 6. HARLEY HUFFMAN, PHONE 10. Mtf FIFTH AND SIXTH VEIN tXJAL. CALL ME FOR PRICES. DELIVERED. ANDY JOHNSON, TELEPHONE K15-18. tU5 PAID NOTICES NOTICE! Dreamland Pleasure Club's party will be held Sunday, January 17, at 7 p. in. at Dreamland Hall for all uk iiiIh'ih and familien. " PUBLIC SAI-iE One and i mile north of Llberty-ville. Ind.. 3 miles west of Universal. I nd. Wednesday, January 20. beginning at 10 a. m. 4 horses, all sound; 1 cow: 21 Iliad hogs, and full line of farm Implements. Trriiis of sale, cash. L. E. Swarf ord. 'f'8 Tuesday night, 7 p. ni., you are bulled lit see a tulking picture, "Along Come Alex," and a roused)' presented by the OldHiiiohile t'tnn-liany at this garaee. Id" Elm Street. Further details in Monday Clinlmil-ail. board Kales Company. !' WANTED TWO MEN. If your present work isn't bringing you a surplus beyond a fair living, and you can be depended upon, are a worker ana want permanency, give age. if yon have a car. if married, and two ref erences, phone number, name and address. Write Box 453, Cham paign, III. tr READ THE ADS NOTICE! The annual meeting of the holders of the participating certificates of the Clinton Trustees System, formerly Clinton Home Loan & Savings Association will be held Monday, January 18, 1937, at 7:00 P. M. at the office, 227 Blackman street, Clinton, Indiana. W. B. Nichols, president. M. M. Scott, sec.-treas. 16-1537 ""NOTICE OK ADMINISTRATION Notice Is hereby given that the undersigned has been appointed by the Judge of the Circuit Court of Vermillion Counly, Stale of Indiana, Administrator of the estate of Minora Green Pedorson, late of Vermillion County, deceased. Said estate is supposed to be solvent. WILLIAM II. BEELER, Administrator. January 14, 1937. William H. Beeler, Attorney. 116-23-3037 NOTICE OK ADMINISTRATION Notice is hereby given that the undersigned has been appointed by the Judge of the Circuit Court of Vermillion County, Slate of Indiana, Administrator of the estate of Joseph Bertottl. late of Vermillion County, deceased. Said estate Is supposed to be solvent. JOHN BERTOTTI, Administrator. January 15, 1937. 116-23-3037 LAST RITES FOR FAIRVIEW MAN M. E. Sunday Class Has Meeting; Shower Given for Mrs. Charles Kerr FAIRVIEW. Jan. 16. Out of (own relatives who attended the funeral of Louis Malanowskl Friday were his brother, Joseph Malanowskl of Hammond. Jack Gherardinl of Centralia. 111.. Mr. and Mrs. Pen-derton of Terre Haute, Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Wellman and son. Ora. of Clinton. Rev. O. C. Penderton of Indianapolis and Rev. and Mrs. Morris Kerr of Connersville. Class Meets The Builders clasB of the Fair-view M. E. church Sunday school met at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Shew. Those present were Rev. and Mrs. Harold R. Hotchkiss, Miss Grace Johnson, Mrs. Edwin Clark. Mrs. Jesse Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Stokes and daughter. Carol. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ray and daughter, Barbara. Mrs. Corbet Kemp. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Simpson, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Munson and daughters, Marian and Rosemary, and Mrs. William Habicht. After the business meeting refreshments were Berved and a social time was enjoyed by all. Shower Given A shower was given for Mrs. Charles Kerr at the home of Mrs. Gertie Silkwood Wednesday evening. Jan. 13. Those present were: Mesdames Sam Johnson, Joseph Fourmont, Lee Griffin, Charles Run-yan. Jennie Dean, Ada Neidlinger. Bert Short, Charles Murry, John Kitchen, Warner Turbeville, Mike Petak, John Ellis. Everett Bates, Roscoe Sweakey. Virgil Blacketer, Clifford Brown. Cecil Folden, Harry Smith, Charles Uselman, Russell Neidlinger, Carl Whitworth. Ralph Whitworth. Jacob Bryant, John Pascoe. Burl Hardesty. Sam Kerr, Dorothy Silkwood ' and Josephine Hardesty. Bunco was played and refreshments were served. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Short of Terre Haute spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Bert Short. Mrs. M. H. Neal and daughter, Mavine of Newport spent TueBday with her mother. MrB. Mary New-kirk. Miss Marian Petty' is spending a few weeks with her cousin, Mrs. Delbert Morley of Detroit. MrB. Otis Church entertained for her daughter Frieda's birthday Sunday, Jan. 10. The guests were Maxiue Prulbiere, Marian Petty and Murttia Akers. FLOOD WATERS NEAR CREST IN INDIANA TODAY (Continued from P; e 1) tn Kentucky and Indians wpre tin dr overflow balers from the Obio river In the EvanBvlUe area, where a crest of 43.8 feet was expected by tomorrow. ;'f Thousands of arreg of lowland' in Gibson and surrounding counties was Inundated by t lie Wabash, White and Patoka rivers. Posey county, barely recovering from a severe sleet storm which wrecked comunications last weekend, faced a new peril in overflow of the WabaHh and Ohio rivers. At the juncture of the two major streams residents were fleeing to higher ground and the couuty Red Cross aided in evacuation of homes. LI vest ot-k was removed earlier this ing the visiting Boho Burris for the count In 40 secondB. Burris walked Into a hard left In a flurry of corner fighting. ' tTf Art Jones, local " 1 35-pOundnr, belted out Nelson Tulls In one minute and four seconds after having the Panther on the floor three times previously. ' Itntrher Ixwes In Ihe 147-pound class. Clinton's .llinmle Butcher was taking a beating from Babe Hnag, and Trainer Curt Ceorgo tossed in the towel before the first stanta ended. The local team also lost the opening bout as Doll Colbert out-pointed Jimmle Russell. Colbert took all three rounds. Bob Scliooley. who was scheduled to arrive with the Panthers to tackle Frank Bodner, failed to appear, so Bodner went on with Frankie Anderson. The pinch hitter lost the nod. although he won the first round and was the aggressor most of the way. Two preliminary bouts had Jack Gllmaii winning from Jlmmie Smith and Mike Bodner victorious over Max Shannon. WPA RECREATION DEPARTMENT NEWS Boys and young men of all ages who are interested In the fight game are invited by Curtis flebrge. boxing coach of the WPA team, to attend the training clasB at the training quarters at Columbia school. Oeorge is trying to find fighters to participate in the (lolden Cloves tournament In Terre Haute on January 25 and 26. Attendance at the WPA recreation center at the Columbia school has shown a remarkable Increase within the past few weeks. All children are Invited to spend the evenings and Saturday here. Parents are assured of the sanity and cleanliness of the heated build ing. Miss Angelfne Pangrasio Is the recreation leader. Table tennis and checkers and other games have been provided. A meeting of all Vermillion coun ty boxing teams and anyone Interested In entering the Golden Gloves tournament in Terre Haute will be held Monday evening at the WPA recreation office at 7:30 p. m. Markets INDIANAPOLIS, Jan. 18 Livestock : HOGS, 2,600; holdovers, 40; market unevenly 20-30C lower; 160-200 lbs., 110.40 10.45; 200-250 lbs., 110. 3510.50; 250-275 lbs., fl0.1510.25; 275-300 lbs., $9.95 10.15; 300-350 lbs., 9.769 85: 140160 lbs., 9.7510.00; 120-140 lbs.. $9.259.50; 100-120 lbs.. f 8.75 '9.00; sows, mostly $9.08 9.60. CATTLE, 150; calves, 100; compared with last week's close: good and choice and prime steers 25c higher; common, medium and low grades 25c lower; steer top. 118.60; heifers 25c lower, top $10; cowb and bulls 25c higher; vealers nominally steady today. SHEEP, 200; lamb market nominal. ' CHICAGO. Jan. l.i-Llvestock: HOGS. 6.000; steady; holdovers. 2,000; top, $10.40; bulk, $10.00 10.30; heavy. $10.00 10.40; medium. $10. 00 10.40; light, $9.50 10.03; light lights. $9.2610.00; packing sows. $9.269.0; pigs, $7.50(S.76. CATTLE. 100: steady. Calves. 100; steady. Beef steers: Cood and choice, $11,00114.25: common ana medium, $7.00 11.00; yearlings, $9.00&14.40. Butcher cattle: heifers, $5.00 12.00; cows, $4.76 4V8.00; bulls. $4.607.00; calves. $5.006 f 12.60; feeder steers. $5.00 (i 9.00; stocker steers. $5.110 18. 75; stocker cows and heifers. $4,756 7.25. SHEEP, 3, f 00; steady; medium and choice lambs. $10.25 & 10.60; culls and common. $8.50 10.86; yearlings, $8.006 9.50: common and choice ewes, 3.606.0tt feeder lambs. $8 509.50. CHICAGO. Jan. 16. Wheat fu tures started V, to Se off today on liquidation Influenced by weak ness abroad. Coru was unchanged to e lower and oats i to c down. Liverpool wheat finished T4 to 1 14 pence lower and Winnipeg started to c off. Opening prices here: WHEAT: May, lithi-M: July. 1144-115: Sept.. 11114-. CORN: (new) May. Ill; July. 106V4: Sept., 102-10214; (old) Mav. 108-b. OATS: May, 5314-H; July. 46. Dr. G. R. McGUIRE Chiropractor X-ny Berrica. Palmer Gradual. ItM! Waduaaa fcHreat Double the usual quantity Yes, definitely . . . here's something worth "looking into" . . . the annual January Sale of Rytex Deckle Edge Vellum Stationery . . . double the usual quantity . . . printed with your name and address or monogram for Just $1. Of course you'll want a box of eat'h size . . . Double Sheets for short, chatty correspondence . . . and Flat Sheets for yourself, Dad and the rest of the family. THE DAILY CLINTONIAN .oo .002 .8 8 11 FO FT PF .021 .004 .801 .001 .802 .013 .112 . 7 4 16 Said Mrs. A to Mrs. B.: REMEMBER THAT IT'S SATISFACTORY ! Van Sickle, g Totals Hillsdale (18) Hardesty, f Brown, I Jones, t J. Lohrman. f . . L. Lobrniuu, c . . Hoover, g ..... Dove, e Totals Referee: Lehman, Mattson Kidnaper? JUaxetd Sprouar first "break" In the kidnaping cue which ended in the death of 10-year-old Charles Mattson ol Tacoma, Wash., came with the arrest of Harold Sproule. ex -convict, who waa taken into custody at Santa fWa. CX f f if 1 I -jfl : r A , j 1 . a-J WOMF.N always find satisfaction in The Clintonian Want-Ads. They are good shoppers . . . and they insist on value. They get in the Want-Ads . . . whether they're buying or selling, renting or trading. There are bargains that appeal particularly to them . . . unusual apartments and homes for rent . . . values in furniture and things for their homes, their families, their convenience. And Clinton women take advantage of them. They find what they want in Clintonian Want-Ads . . and they're always satisfied! PHONE 41 or 117 For Information and Rates DAILY CLINTONIAN WANT-ADS READ THE CLINTONIAN CLASSIFIADS

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