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The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana · Page 6

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Thursday, January 28, 1937 The Daily Clintonlan, Clinton, Indiana PAGE SIX could he made, of how many live like this. Their slow but sure-footed burros, whose intelligence muy he uues- CLASSIFIED ADS BIG EVACUATION TASK IS BEGUN AT LOUISVILLE LEGAL NOTICES Rates for Classified Ads and Paid Notices First day of Insertion: 8c for each reading line (one column line, like one of these). Next two days Insertion: the lame Ic chnrRe (you get three daye at double the coat of the firm aayi. Next three daya Insertion: the aamo 8c charge (you got a whole ink, ! daya, at three llnioa the cost of one Insertion). Kach group of threo daya thereafter. 8c a line. Mark Knee (like thla), 10c per line. , All rlaaalflrd ada Including memo, rlainn and nirtliea of all klnda mual be paid In advance except thoae 1 resular customer wIioko account are paid monthly or those from or ganizations wnoxe mini mum no m-lowed before Ix lng paid. In Mie laUrr onto the person asking the publication of the notice will be held roaponaible fur Ita payincat. Business Services MOTOR RMJOOISH? IT'S OKTKN Ignition trouble. Come in for thorough, expert Inspection. J. U. Hor-ney-ltobei'tB Dattery Company, 226-228 Mulberry atreet, phone 66. TIKE TROUBLE. WHEN IT HAPPENS no matter where phone M. We'll do the rest. Clinton Auto Wrecking Company, "ERNIE'S". READ THESE ADS EVERY DAY for late buying and soiling Infor matlon. DO PEOPLE KNOW WHERE TO (Ind you and your particular type of aervlce? Tell them! A want-ad costs very little. ODDS-AND-BNDS MERCHANDISE will quickly find Bale tnrougn this department. Toll the public what you have. Special offer of a permanent for a friend at 50c. Will lie good until February 1 at the Modern Way Beauty Shop. t6 FOR SALE Work mare and mine pony. Harry Brown, Rosedale, Ind. t70 Phllco radio. 1 6. 127 Water St. t70 1936 V8 motor and 1 1-ton rear end. 646 North Tenth atreet. t70 Baled timothy hay. Lewis Hardware, sell Fat hens 4 pounds up. Dressed free. Mrs. J. F. Carlin. t71 tlouable but at any rule never lets them get afraid r Imaginary dau-gers, are an Invaluable aid to the sourdoughs In their work. The "flivver." modern adjiinrt to the culling. Is useful on broad stretches of flat land. Daughter of Local Residents Uses Airplane toLeaveLouisvillc;Tells Of Conditions in Flood-Swept City (Continued from Pago 1) mat (it of (Mir."e. At (he "Y" mid pnii Mrally every hull'llli) I here, the heal wim diprnn-i limed iM'caiiHi' of I he Hewers that had hacked up and not hut a line of th flood waters. The young ladies hero coo kef l t heir break fast over (he hot eon In In (lie gite, and for other meals they "pooled" I ho lunch food thai each had. and thus fared hotter than the Hverage person In that stricken section of tho country Mkp millions of other people Miss (irirriths hopes I he water recedes as rapidly as it has risen. PALACE 7S Mystery That Keeps You Thrilled! EXTRA-PICTURES OF FLOOD DISASTER Comedy and Act League Bowling NATIONAL LKAUl'K Htandlng Team Won Lost Clinton Ice. Co 6 1 Trlhune-Star 6 1 Texaco Oilers 6 I Exchange Chi 1 3 3 Indianapolis News ... 3 3 Diana Sweet Shop . , . 2 4 0. ". Murphy Co. ... 1 6 Cooperative Stores , . , 0 6 Pet. ,n:u .833 .8.13 .500 .501) .333 .167 .000 Tonight's Hclicdiilc T:(H) p. ni, 0. C. Murphy Co. va Tcxaco'a, alleys 1 and 2. Ti llMine-Rtar vs Clinton Ice So., alleys 3 and 4. n.-oo p. in. Indianapolis Newa va Dianas, alleys. 1 and 2. Cooperative vs Exchange Club, alleys 3 and 4. Individual Average Clinton Ice Co. W. Ileverldge 1H8; C. Beverldge 162: Knott 147; Diibernrck 138: Shannon 129; Mac-kie 121. Tribune-Star Jamos 181: Guerrl 159. McClung 158; Asbury 151; Leeds 130. Texaco's Mills 156: Stone 165: Kamm 153; Gllfoy 144: Frazler 138. Exchange Club Hegarty 159; I.nmstra 157: Cheek 143; Stitt 139; Fletcher 129. Indianapolis Newa Combs 182; Tlnimernian 156: Rlcauda 139; Homey 138; Mattloda 131. Diana's Brazukas 176; Bennettl 176; Ave 174; Columbo 167; Mur-dork 160. G. C. Murphy Co. Tasso 171: C. Schelsky 171; Moore 167; White 147: Roll 137. Cooperative Lanzone 158; Bond! 1.16. F. Schelsky 131; Gulnn 130; Fenoglio 128. High Ten Combs 182; James 181: Brazukas 176; Bennettl 176; Ave 174; Tasso 171; C. Schelsky 171; W. Beverage 168; Mooro 167; Columbo 167. HIGH TEAM WOKE .Inn. 21, 1037 Exchange Club, 918. HIGH INDIVIDUAL STOKE Thursday, Jan. 21, 1937 Ave, (Diana's) 233. Readers Comment A statement regarding the resignation as receiver or the Clinton Trust Company was handed to the Dally Clintonlan by Anthony Marietta shortly before noon today, but because of ils length It could not be set for today's paper but will appear Friday. SHOW IS CANCELLED The radio show of Station WDZ. Tuscola, 111., known as "Speed Campbell's Radio Show." which was to have been given at Hill Crest Frl day night, has been cancelled according to an announcement made today. The show was to have been given under the auspices of the Kairvlew P.-T. A. Queen Victoria Memorials Queen Victoria has more outdoor memorials in London, 24, than any other English sovereign. Chemurgic, Chemurgy Meaning The word Chemurgic was coined recently, and means "of or pertaining to chemurgy," and the latter is "the science and art of preparing chemicals by natural means, as by use of air, sunlight, and moisture supply; hence, the preparation of chemicals from agricultural products." Literary Digest. Bible Does Not Mention Whale The Hebrew Bible does not mention a whale in connection with Jonah. It only speaku of "a great fish." Some English versions of the Bible have translated this as "a whale" (Matt. 12:40). In the French Bible, and in many others the original meaning is preserved. A whale is not a fish; it is an animal, and though it lives in the water it breathes with lungs. Fearson'i London Weekly. AXXl'AI RKI'OHT Town of Kulrvlew Park, Clerk-Treasurer report of relpta and disbursements Town of Kulrvlew Park, trom January 1st, 1036, to Indiana, the rn-of the Indiana. Decom- her 31x1. llcrcllfN rtt, i nn iiiiiirf .tun i. imr, I 1, nils. 89 :i (M . & 8 1. 2D7.nl inn on 75.60 9.82 Tuxes. Include nil fundi). . . St Me uiiHollne Iiii and auto HrcllHC fi'OH Uiiunr license fees and excise lave All nl her receipts I)c punitory Interest Tulul rerclptM Include bul) ,1.117.60 Disburse incuts Salaries of town' otliclala . $ 205.00 U'giil depart mi-lit 100.00 Town ball (aup & rep)... 61.59 12) New hldgs 6 grnda 1.562.47 Office supplies & expense. 66.09 Police department (all expense, marshal & dep.) 200.00 Klre department, new fire equipment 67.00 Health officer, mil & exp. . 1.35 Streets and allcy 273.73 Piem. on in filial bonds. 15.00 Insurance 10.10 All other disbursements.. 496.03 TotHl disbursements ....$.1.068 32 Bnl. on hand Dec. 31, IMS (all funds) $49.32 State of Indiana, Vermillion County, ss: Before me, the undersigned, a Notary Public, in and for said County and State, personally appeared Conrad Kite, Town Clerk-Treasurer of Falrview Park, Indiana, and being sworn upon his oath, says thnt the matters and things set forth In the above report are true and correct. Signed. CONRAD KITE, Clerk-Treasurer. Subscribed and sworn to, before me. this 27th day of January. 1937. David W. Lawson. Notary Public. My commission expires May 11. 1938. 12837 Gehrig Expected To Take $35,000 For Next Season NEW YORK. Jun. 28 At approximately 3 o'clock on Saturday afternoon First Baseman Lou fleb- rig of the New York Yankees is ex pected to make an announcement revealing that, after a week of dick ering, he has signed his 1937 contract and gone philanthropic to the extent of about $15,000. With the press gathered about him by special invitation in one of the city's better hostelries, presumably he will say that he is all set for his 1.1th full season as a Yankee, and the Yankee officials are expected to be on the premises to approve it. Gehrig remains "non-committal on his contract, except to confess that he received it, but some one has figured out that he wouldn't be pitching a cocktail party to announce that he and the Yankees couldn't get together and to seek advice on the proper steps to take. The conclusion is that lie has come to terms with scarcely a strug gle, will get about a $1,000 raise to $35,000 and therefore will fall about $15.1100 short of what be could gel by getting tough. WANER REACHES TOURNEY FINALS CORAL GARLICS. Fla., Jan. 28 Paul Wancr, hard-hitting outfielder for the Pittsburgh Pirates, and A. R Trumbo. Ottawa. III., will battle it out on the links here today for the Miami-Illltnioie left-handers golf title. The match Is for 18 holes. Waner advanced to the finals with a 2 and 1 victory on r J. T. Roger- son, Miami Springs, while Trumbo was trouncing J. J. carrick, Toronto. Canada. 3 and 2, to tiller the filial round. The Pittsburgh player Is defend-iiiK champion. Ready for Work Dorothy Mackail, motion picture luminary, who hat been in England a long time, !i shown she arrived at New York to visit old friends and possibly make a picture In Hollywood. MICHIGAN TENSE AFTER FOUR ARE INJURED IN TAXI (Continued from Page 1) nounccd "we are going to deinutid murder warrants today." Kidnaping- Cliul'gcd The trouble started In Hay City late yesterday afternoon when the organizers and John Mayo and William Boyd, two oilier unionists, went there. Mayo and lloyil charged they were kidnaped and taken to u factory grounds in Saginaw. Police rescued Ihem there. The Incident marked the first day of CM's back to work movement In strike-free plants and came while Secretary or Labor Perkins and federal mediators at Washington struggled with plans to effect peace. Engineers Work To Avoid Necessity of Lowland Migration (Continued from Page 1) Dead Counted While the Mississippi valley mobilized to battle the "super flood," the Ohio valley counted Its dead at more than 250. including at least 130 in Louisville, its homeless at more than a million, Its property loss at more thun $400,000,000. These figures wore admittedly conservative and in ere estimates. Relief authorities frankly admitted that recession of flood waters and re-established communication with isolated sections may reveal a death toll even more appalling. And deaths from pestilence, privation and exposure will increase the grim harvest reaped by the cruel flood waters. PARKER FACING MURDER CHARGE MONTGOMERY, Ala., Jan. 28 Officers were en route to Union, S C. today with extradition papers for James Parker. Alias W. F. Parker, estranged husband of Dora Dullard, 22-year-old Montgomery woman whose partially nude body and that of a malu companion. I-eou Nichols, were found brutally slashed behind a local cemetery nearly two weeks ago. Local authorities were notified late yesterday by union officers that Parker had been arrested, and that extradition had been granted. Parker will be brought hack on a double murder warrant. HAGEN IN DIVORCE SUIT TRENTON, N. J.. Jan. 2S Walter C. Hagen. professional golfer, was the defendant today in a divorce suit filed here by his wife. Mrs. Edna C. Hagen of Deal. N. J They were married In April, 1923, In New York, and Mrs Hagen de clared that her husband deserted her In Florida In March, 1S. jf the H xT J pkj X I ; ( One oak wardrobe, $10. See Raynes- Fraiier Co. t69 ' . Five burner Florence Oil Range, i J12.60: t'sed Majestic Range Still Coughing? No matter how many medicines you have tried for your cough, cheat cold or bronchial Irritation, you can ret relief now with Creomulsion. Scrloua trouble may be brewing and you can not afford to take a chance with anything less than Creomulsion, which goes right to the sent of the trouble to aid nature to soothe and heal the inflamed membranes as the germ -laden phlegm Is loosened and t'xtxll(-d. Even If other remedies have foiled, don't be di.scourai4'f!, your druugi.st is authorized to gimrunten Creomulsion and to refund your money if you are not ifitisfled with results from the very first oottle. Oct Creomulsion rmht now. ' A! v COLUMBIA THURSDAY ONLY The Big Noise" with GUY KIBBEE WARREN HULL BETTY BOOP "More Pep" Comedy: "Blue Blazes" 10c and 1 5c 7KE PICTURES 10c TONIGHT 15c -noSB A PAIAMOUM PICTUH Mt WILLIAM FKAWLEY ELEANOR! WHITNEY LARRY CRABBE TOM RR0WN ' BENNY IAKER Pictorial t'HI'toon News FK1DAY AXI SATl'ROAY "THE JUNGLE PRINCESS" lorothy ljainour, liny Millaml mim see the Receiver at the BANK, Clinton, Ind. Tht Big Gam' On... with two All-Amtricon i lov-rival battling it out for a girl's hvartl i 34 5H' used South Rend Malleable (Continued from Page 1) houses, clubs, churches, dance balls and other havens,' to the dry ground of the highlands. As fast as possible the refugees will he shipped out of the city, to lie cured for until the flood wulera recede and (bey can reclaim what possessions tbo greedy Ohio left them. ' To speed evacuation, every available vehicle has been confiscated. MAYOIt GIVKV I'OWKIt M KM PHIS. Tenn., Jan. 28. While government engineers fought to hold the Mississippi flood In check and the army stood by to carry out any evacuation moves necessary, the Memphis city council today gavo Mayor Walklns Overton dictatorial powers to cope with any emergency that may arise from tbo Influx of thousands of refugees here. With approximately 13,000 persons already In tlio city from the flooded lowlands and at least 60,-000 refugees expectod by the middlo of next week, the council gave Mayor Overton authority to draw on the cjty treasury for an unlimited amount. NAZI PLOTTERS ARE NAMED IN RUSSIAN TRIAL (Continued from Page 1) conviction and execultoii of all with 72 hours after sentence is pronounced. Young Trotsky Help Meanwhile ivldence piled up to verify the reports of the arrest of Sergei Sedov, Leon Trotsky's second son, but where he Is being hold remains a myHtery. Following Initial examination of the prisoners, the court heard volumes of testinrony from engineers ind other experts, all of whom concluded that all the accidents and explosions involved in the case were the "result of malicious design. Burros Stalk Desert in Company With 'Flivvers' as Modern Group Of Prospectors Starts on Trail (Continued from P. ge II This Indicates the rise of the mining industry, especially in this section of the United States where the silver and copper mines are being reopened and putting hundreds of men hack to work," the eminent metallurgist comments. All instruction at the institute Is given through lectures and visits to mines and industrial plants. Members of the college faculty contribute their services and advice without charge, In previous years the "sourdoughs" came from many distant points, arriving in El Paso in battered vehicles of all descriptions. The ambitious and enterprising members of tho calling took advantage of their lessened activity during previous years to add to their knowledge of the prospecting game. Luck now. as always, plays a large part In any strike, it has been pointed out. But more and more It Is being realized that the man with a scientific background has a tremendous advantage over the one who works by "hunch" and superstitious rules. Yet thousands of old-timers throughout the west stick to their old ways, seldom coming into town and then only for provisions or. rarely, to file claims on the outcroppings they have discovered. No estimate has ever been made, or USED RCAq AN Qr Fadas and up Easy Payments service Radio Store 456 North 9th St a. w REAL ESTATE FOR SALE Residence Properly, well located, and Biuineu Property Range, 29: used all Enameled Range, $27.50: used heater In per fect condition, $25. Rayncs-Frazier Company. t71 Baby Chicks In addition to our own hatch, we can secure chicks trom Paris, Standard and Rockvillc at n advance over prices at the hatcheries. Get our price.3 before buying chicks anywhere. Reeder's Feed Store. Phone 155-W. sen. Chauffeurs Notice The picture man lives at 118 South 10th. J. HUtko. t71 WANTED POI'RTH, FIFTH AND SIXTH VMM BRAZIL H1-OCK COAL. V1 IN OKKLLA, I'HOXE 913-12. t72 PAID NOTICES NOTH'K, KAUI.KK! Thursday night Is our regular social night. All members are urged to attend. J. C. Hayslett, secy. 169 CARD OF THANKS The kindness and sympathy of Frist Funeral Home, Rev. H. H. Wagner. Half-Ctntury Club, neighbors and friends In our recent sorrow will always remain with us a precious memory. Our sincere thanks and gratitude for all those comforting acts. Mrs. Mark K. Hoyce and family. t69 For Sale or Trade Two good used trucks to trade for coal. Clinton Auto Company. 170 Salesmen Wanted Coal heaters and electric appliance. Willing workers can earn good In, nine Apply at once, 319 South Main HI.. THE HOOT STORE. I6'i WANTED TO DUY Laics alie slate blai kboaid and separate easel. Phone 632-M. til For Sale Coal PHONB S19-J for Brazil Block, $3.25 Up: 6th Vein. 1Z.75 up; 4th Vein. $3.25 LP. H. D. Harrison. Clinton. 6f Good cheap coal, phone 797-W. 67tf POl-RTH VKIN COAL. UNIVERSAL, MIAMI NO. 4. AND BLACK HFTTV NO. 6. HARLEY HIFF- IAV. PHONE 10. ' DR. B. H. SELLERS DENTIST i Z3 J sown jvuun j Clinton, Indian A CLEARANCE SALE OF 1411 S. Fourth St. Lot 47x158 feet; 5-room frame residence, furnace, electricity and water; frame garage. 844 S. Fiflh St. Lot 55x158 feet; 6-room frame bungalow, furnace, electricity, bath; frame garage. 1044 S. Fourth St. Lot 66x132 feet; 6-room residence; furnace, electricity, bath; frame garage. 220 Wabash St. Lot 64x50 feel; 5 room frame ret-dence, furnace, gas, electricity, bath; frame garage. 729 S. Third St. Lot 71x158 feet; two-story, 8 -room frame residence, new furnace, gas, electricity, bath; double frame garage. 356 Vine St. Lot 66x79 feet; two-story, 8-room frame residence, steam heal, electricity, bath; frame garage. 407 Mulberry St. Lot 107x158 feet; two-story, 8-room frame residence, furnace, electricity, bath; frame garage. 626 S. Fourth St. Lot 99x158 feel; 5-room frame residence, electricity and water. 123-125 S. Main St., Slater Building Two-story brick business building, lot 44x158 feet; steam heat; two business rooms on first floor, two office suites and two apartments above. 231 S. Main St., Bank Building Lot 24x158 feet; one-story banking room; substantial building in fair repair, excellent steam heating plant, detached. 109121 Elm St., Pike Building Lot 108x132 feet; two-room brick garage building, each room 50x130 feet; each steam heated, electricity and water. EADIOS SWEEPEES AND WASHERS 35 Used Radios Grand Opening CAPITOL THEATRE Sunday, Jan. 31 f EVERYTHING NEW BUT THE NAME 1 I YOU'LL BE SURPRISED J Philcos Crosleys ter-Kents 0 Airlines Battery Radios All Sets Guaranteed TAYLOR'S Clinton i Oldest Phone 792 For prices and terms, FIRST NATIONAL

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