The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana on January 22, 1937 · Page 6
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Friday, January 22, 1937
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Friday, January 22, 1937 The Daily Clintonlan, Clinton, Indiana PAGE SIX Iceboating Craze Sweeps Nation CLASSIFIED ADS Male Help Wanted , 11 .jt r. 1 CHAMP'S PAST ' APPEARS TODAY PATTERSON, N. J., Jan. 22 Champion Jim Braddock was confronted by a chapter from his past today, In a letter to the New Jersey Boxing Commission, Paul Cavalier, vet eran Paterson heavyweight, asks that the title-holder be "persuaded" to defend the championship against him before meeting Mr.x Scbtnoltng. Cavalier based his plea on a de cision he won over Braddock In 1928. WPA RECREATION DEPARTMENT NEWS WPA recreation department NEWS Two model airplane classes will be held on Wednesday and Friday at the Columbia Center wtlh Ray mond Akers and Gerald Pagleiro, Instructors. These classes are very popular, especially among younger boys. 1 Frank Tlndera reports that a decided Interest Is being shown in ping-pong. Plans are under way for the formation of a ping-pong club. Classes are held on Mondays and Fridays from S P- m. until 10 p. m, at the Columbia recreation center. The WPA recreation weight lifting team will meet at 6 p. m. at Columbia center, Kenneth Allen, instructor, says that he has some good boys in the classes, that meet on Monday, Wednesday and Friday and he wants a chance to prove It. Columbia center will be open this entire weekend and all school chil dren are invited to spend the days there. : V .. Y:X - I ' 1 $ i iMXm m'mM pi m i Taking a curve"! .j, 'Sifl3 t''Si W f ...V.. .V ..'.. ' '"""" y in.-gfr m. ' JL Full Hwd ahead) (jM i.- Newest vogue among outdoor sports enthusiasts is the widespread popularity of iceboating. This thrilling recreation has been taken, up by many new devotees this winter and scores of clubs have been organized on the Great Lakes, In the New England sector and the northwest. Designers have perfected new streamlined models which are faster than the old craft and sometimes attain a speed of 150 miles per hour! Daffy Signs for New Season but Dizzy Holds Out DALLAS, Texas, Jan. 22. Paul (Daffy) Dean, tho less loquacious half nf the Dean brothers' act, was signed to a St. Louis Cardinals' con tract today, much to the relief or Vlcepresident Branch Rickey. Terms of Paul's contract were not announced, but Rickey beamed, "Everybody's happy." I,ast season Paul took three months to affix his signature to the document. Yesterday It took him less than three minutes, perhaps because of his new responsibilities. Three days ago his attractive wife gave birth to a nine pound son, named Paul Jerome. Paul, who voluntarily retired last season after his salary arm went bad, said he is In first class condition and can hardly wait to get to Bprlng training camp. As for Jerome (Diszy), Riokey declared: ".What am I going to do about Dizzy? I don't know. I see in the papers he Is a holdout. "Three weeks ago Dizzy wanted 1100,000. Ten days later his figure was $50,000. I'm going to wait 20 days and maybe he'll have come down within our range. What a boy!" One Opinion FOR WHAT IT'S WORTH By Davis J. Walsh NEW YORK, Jan. 22 Joe Louis doesn't know it yet, and won't until a few hours before he goes in the ring with Bob Pastor one week from tonight; so I'm telling him now that the Pastor people are going to give him the "business" on a private agreement they made with him about bandaging the hands for purposes of that fight. It will all come suddenly to a climax at the weighing In before the boxing commission next Friday afternoon, just as last summer the Schmeling crowd waited until the official carpet was under their feet before exposing their hole-card. The Schmeling crowd, I understand, had a verbal agreement with Louis, whereby the rules, covering the amount of gauze and tape, were to be waived. But all that ran ruggedly for E. Plurlbus Sweeney as soon as they got the chips down and Joe Jacobs was even In Louis' dressing room with a tape measure before the fight In order to be certain that the then maximum of 5 feet was not exceeded. He had been backed up that arternoon with a commission order, laying in effect that rules were rules no matter who didn't like them. The Idea is that Louis has tender bands, which apparently need more protection than the average. He is back now insisting upon off-tbe-rec-ord agreements, by which he supposedly is to be permitted to put anything on his hands from a wash-goods necktie to a boiled New England dinner. That's the agreement on which the Pastor people are going to suffer a lapse of memory next Friday afternoon and Louis will scarcely be ill a position to call attention to the lamentable oversight, even less so after Manager Jimmy Johnston, Jr., of the Pastor camp, begins talking about his Inherent respect for the ruleB. Violate the laws of thiB, his own, his soverign state? Nossir. He 8 never done that for anybody and he Isn't going to start pow. . Nossir, Rabbits Eat Much Grass Rabbits may be mall, but ten of them will eat as much grass and pasturage one sheep. FINAL T0NITE PALACE MATCH GAME Winters Drugs Asbury 149 165 138 Winters 120 106 136 Collins 158 126 162 Burroughs 79 132 129 Stewart 169 154 158 Totals 676 683 723 ClinUHi Ice Co. Tuberosa . . 138 154 146 Ruffattola 138 150 149 Shannon 169 157 110 Bondl ... 158 94 155 Lanzone 146 200 189 Totals 769 755 749 Rates for Classified Ads and Paid Notices Plret day of Insertion: 8c for each reading line (one column line, tike one of these). Next two days Insertion: the same tc charge (you get three days at double the cost of the first day). Next three days Insertion: the lame 8c charge (you got a whole week, sli days, at throe times the cost of one insertion). Each group of three days thereafter, 8c a line. Black Kue (like this), 10c per line. . All classified Including memo- i ..!....- nt nil kllldfl fflUNC rutins " . . . . . - ... be paid In advance ejeept thiwe by . . i. .....innlH regular customers w iw are paid monthly or those from organizations whose Mils must he allowed before belli paid. In the latter onse the person asking the publication of the notice will be held responsible for Its payment. Business Services READ THESE ADS EVERY DAY lor late buying and selling infor mation. nn PKnpi.R KNOW WHERE TO iind you and your particular type of service? Tell them: a wam-au costs very little. i-.r.u.injn.cvna MERCHANDISE will quickly find sale through this department. Tell the public what you have. Why Buy a New Radio? I will service your Old Set and give you a New Set guarantee at lowest prices. Call Don's Radio Service today. 319 South Main Street, phone 464. t64' BURNED, OUT PLUGS. CRACKED insulation, worn points all can cause car trouble. J. L. Horney-Uoberts Battery Company. 226-2.28 Mulberry street, phone 56. WE VULCANIZE YOUR TIRE tubes and tires, A permanent repair job. Clinton Auto Wrecking Company, "ERNIE'S," phone 640. PAINT SUPPLIES IN ADDITION to our complete line oi yuamy PaintB, we carry all needed acces-( BOiies including brushes. Double w Planner War Off. Transfer pat-. terns. Marshall & Son, phone 92. A COAL FOR EVERY PURPOSE. Whatever your requirements, we have the right fuel for you. Tell us what you need. Harley Huffman, phone 10. YOU DON'T NEED TO KNOW all about insurance. That's our Job. If you want information. See Robb and Gllmour, 141 South Main street, phone 18. FOR SALE FOURTH, FIFTH AND SIXTH VEIN BRAZIL BLOCK COAL. LOUIE OSELLA, PHONE 015-12. t72 Two goats, very reasonable. 724 Sycamore street. t63 Coal range. Cheap. 458 Elm St. t65 40 acres, well-Improved. 4 miles east of Clinton. Immediate possession. Also 5 acres, well Improved, 21 miles northwest of Rosedale. t. M. Brown, 759 Elm street. t48tf For Sale Coal Good cheap coal, phone 797-W. 57tf FOURTH VEIN COAL, UNIVERSAL. MIAMI NO. 4. AND BLACK BETTY NO. 5. HARLEY HUFFMAN, PHONE 10. f ivn HIXTH VF.IN COAL. CALL MB FOR PRICKS. DE LIVERER. ANDY JOHNWO.V E PHONE 91S-I2. t5 PAID NOTICES NOTICE! All card members of local 2274, U. M. W. A., Crown Hill Mine No. 6, working on relief five (5) days per month, must pay dues and assessment or stand suspended. David H.mfpr financial secretary. sch NOTICE! A called meeting of the Pythian Sisters will be held Saturday at 7 p. m. to make arrangements for the funeral of Sister Janet Britton. t5 General Farm Sale. J-mile south of Lyford on U. S. 41. Wednesday. Jan. 27. 10:30 a. m. S. C. Stultz. sch FOR RENT Two unfurnished rooms. Ground iinnr Outside entrance. Mrs. Msyme Curry. 35S Vine St. 166 MAN to become contact man and Investigator for national organization. Experience unnecessary. Good appearance essential. No selling. Write 7&0-770 Madison Bldg., Milwaukee, Wis. t64 LEGAL NOTICES NdTII'K TO llUIIXiK CONTRACTORS Notice Is hereby given that sealed proposals for the construction of certain bridges described as follows, will he received by the Chairman of the State Highway Commission at his office In the State House Annex, Indianapolis, until 10:00 A. M. Central Standard Time, on the 9th day of February, 1937. when all proposals will be publicly opened and read. The following contract financed with State funds are to be con structed in accordance with Indiana State law. Tho minimum wage paid to all skilled labor, labor Intermediate grade and common labor, shall be as indicated for the county In which the work Is to be performed. The form of Wage Stipulation to be completed Is bound with the proposal. VERMILLION & PARKE COUNTIES Structure on State Road 63 Structure 63-D-91 A, Repairs to Truss Verticals, 179'. 249', 181' St. Tr., over Wabash River, E Edge Clinton. Minimum wage: 60c, 60c, 45c. Proposals must be made upon standard forms of the State Highway Commission. Plans and proposals may be examined at the office of the State Highway Commission, State House Annex. Indianapolis, or copies thereof will be forwarded upon payment of nominal charges. No refund will be made for plans returned. ALL CHECKS FOR PLANS SHOULD BE MADE PAYABLE TO "CHAIRMAN. STATE HIGHWAY COMMISSION OF INDIANA." Immediately prior to this letting. each bidder shall submit an EXPERIENCE RECORD AND FINANCIAL STATEMENT, prepared on the State Highway Commission standard form,. which will be furnished free upon request. Experience Records and financial Statements previously filed with the Commission will not be acceptable for this letting. Each bidder, with his proposal, shall file a corporate surety bond payable to the State of Indiana, in the sume of one and one-half (It) times the amount of his proposal, and such bond shall be only in the form prescribed by law, and shall be executed on the form bound In the proposal. The right is reserved to reject any or all bids or to award on any combination of bids that is most advantageous to the State of Indiana. STATE HICHWAY COMMISSION OF INDIANA, James D. Adams. Chairman. .12237 Markets CHICAGO, Jan. 22. Grain opening: WHEAT: May. 129-128, off l-lc: July, 113-112, off lc; Sept.. 108. off 1V4. CORN: (new) May. 109-108K, off &-; July. 104-104. off Ts-1; Sept.. 101-100. off (oldlMay, 104, off 2-116 ; July, 101 . off . OATS: May. 50-50. off V,-: July, 44-44. off RYE: May. 107, off 1; July. 100, off ; Sept., 92. off . PROVISIONS: Weak. THREE ARRESTS MADE THURSDAY Three arrests were made by local police yesterday. Dave Hackett of Ewlng street was arrested for operating a vehicle with invproper license plates', and James Pepella was arrested on the same charge. Oscar Steffy was arrested on Mulberry street on charges of lntor.ica-tlon. ' (tCT Laughter Loses Meaning Jud Tunkins says when a man laughs all the time, laughter loses its meaning and he might as well wear a comic false face. Where the Rain Goes Tests show that whereas as much as 96 per cent of rain falling on open fields runs off, less than 1 per cent of the rain that falls in an oak forest wastes away. BIRTHS Mr. and Mrs. Harold C. Gerrlsh, nf Roekvllle, are the parents of an SS4 pound baby daughter born at ,he Vermillion County hospital this morning. She has been named Gay-la Joan. Mrs. Gorrish, before her marriage, was Miss Dorothea Cot-tlngham, nf Charleston, III. HOSPITAL NEWS Mrs. Deward Nevlns and Infant were removed from the Vermillion County hospital to their home In Roekvllle this morning. , Vlrgli B. Rife, who for the past year has been foreman of the C, C. r camp ill Monon, Ind., is ill with the flu. ! ' 1936 Used Gar Bargains 1936 Chevrolet Coach Like New 1936 Chevrolet 1 J-Ton 131-in. W. B. Truck This truck Is hardly broken In. 1936 Chevrolet -ton Pickup Like New Two 1936 Ford V-8 157-in. Long Wheel Base Trucks r New Car Guarantee 1928 1929 1930 1931 Model A Ford Coaches Reconditioned, with (rood Mrea and new int, at Bargain PHccs. 1929 Ford Sport Coupe Rumble (teat. Like new. new DHlnt, good tires. New silk mohair top. A BARGAIN! 1929 Ford Standard Coupe In Good Shape Three 1935 Ford Coaches 1935 Fordor Sedan These cars carry 80-daj-guarantee. 1933 Ford V-8 Coupe Brand new 19WI motor. New Paint. 1932 Ford 4-Cylinder Coach Low mileage. A cleau car. 1933 Ford Coach A good clean car. Ask for demonstration or call ns and we will demonstrate these cars to you. Lot of 1929 li-ton Farm Trucks Kvery farmer can own a truck at theae pricea. from t78 to I25. New motors. . Good tires. We Build Farm Tractors for $250 and Sell Prime Electric Fence Cuts Your Fencing Cost 80 500 Slightly Used Tires AH Sixea Coleman Auto Co. 335 S. 3rd St. Phone 427 Little Things Little things make up the sum of good or evil in life. F.lements in Sun Most of the elements found on the earth, like iron, sodium and copper, are also in the sun, scientists have determined. Origin of Decimal System i The decimal system in arithmetic owes its origin to the fact that man found it easy to count on his ten fingers. , Milan Colder Than Iceland Iceland has a higher average winter temperature along the southern part than does Milan, Italy. Cells of Blood Biscuit-Shaped The red cells of the blood are described as tiny biscuit-shaped bodies floating in the blood. No bouht About It The female bedbug lays eggs four times a year and each time lnys about 50 eggs. Ingredients of a Haggis The ingredients of a haggis are the chopped hearts and livers of sheep, mixed with onions and herbs, and boiled in a lamb's stomach. "PCKO THE PICTURES 0 f r7rI& Two Islands The Japanese island of Tsushima becomes two islands at high water. COLUMBIA Friday and Saturday BUCK JONES "The White Eagle" : Comedy "Bashful Buddy" Sport Short On!y 10c Sunday and Monday 10c FRI. & SAT. 25c "Big Blow-Out" - Novelty John King as "Ace Drummond" 'Just the Type Fox Comedy A Potonm'iwrt P.-'wft VllV?.MEwoBO.?o! III I 1 xsr Patriot Born in Boston Robert Treat Paine, American attorney and patriot, was born in Boston in 1731. Headlines Invented in 1622 The first known headlines to be used in a newspaper appeared in 1622. Swanky Hog-Caller ..- s i . . ...... ,s Tom Bevrtngton of t'hardon, O.. besidex being a successful farmer and champion hog-caller, also ex-rells at i)iuu-e dance calling. He Is reported to have received an Invitation in attend a fashionable society soiree In New York, where he will demonstrate his talents both as hog-caller and square dam e director. HURRAH! Cagney Jam in "The Great Guy" n 11 P M ( Y I WS 1 I A . ' I X I X v ih - II I i i i sit I " ..v-wmt n : GU I 10c - 25 The Thrill-Packed Story of the U. S. Mails! If Hi EXTRA NEWS OF THE WAY CO?lEDY TRAVEL TALK mi If You Buy Other Things "On Time" YOU CAN CHARGE CASH Tou can Just as easily "buy" money ". Ume" as anjthing else-only cheaper! f all and see what a charge arruunt for cah will do for yon and how readily you uiay obtain It. SECURITY LOAN CO. 121 SOI TH MAIN STREET St Ace Show of the New Year! "ONE IN A MILLION" Sonja Henie, Don Ameche, Riti Brothers J t SUN. MON. J. i x niF. In Beautltul Colors In Beautiful loiom C l 1 1 j j V

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