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January 30, 1937

The Daily Clintonian from Clinton, Indiana · Page 6

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I PAGE SIX The Dally Clintonian, Clinton, Indian: Saturday, January 30, 1937 CLASSIFIED APS Tammany Faces Political Crisis CHURCH NEWS Wabash Sunday, Monday and Tuesday jjl jjuMjjaprcoiinHT FOR RENT house. References. In Three room quire 421 Walnut Street. t72 KIRST BAITIHT CHl'KCH R. W. Bishop, pastor. . 0:45 a. m. Dlble school. 11 a. m. Morning worship. 6 p. ni. B. Y. P. U. 7 p. ni. Evening evangelistic sorvlce. Wednesday at 7 p. m. Prayer meeting. 658 Blackman t72 Sleeping Stroet. r'f V Rates for Classified Ads and Paid Notices First day of Insertion: 8c for each reading line (one column line, like one of tbeae). Noxt two days Insertion: the same Ic charge (you got three days at double the cost of the first day). Next three days insertion: the aame 8c charge (you get a whole week, six days, at three times the cost of one insertion). LEGAL NOTICES lMOTICF, nv ADMINISTRATION Notice is hereby given that the Each group of three days mere- after, 8c a line. K1RHT KI'IRITl'ALIST CHl'RCH Will have an open service Sunday at 2 p. m. at our place on North Eighth street. All church members are urged to be presont. It will be interesting. lllark Vmee (Ilk this), 10c pet v. I Mayor La tiuardia f rp ,v ; ; line. undersigned has been appointed hy the Judge of the Circuit Court of Vermillion County, State of Indiana, Administrator of the estate of Elnora Oreon Pederson, late of Vermillion County, deceased. Said estate Is supposed to be solvent. WILLIAM H. BEELER, Administrator. January 14, 1937. William H. Beeler, Attorney. . All classified ads Including memo. rlams and notices or an mims mus be paid In advance except those by Mff,lMr riifttomnra whose accounts are paid monthly or those from or ganizations wnose oiiis mtui uo 116-23-3037 lowed ber or oemg pma. in ure laMer ease the person asking the publication of the notice will be held NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION "Calamity Jane" and "Wild Bill" Hickok come back to life, In the persons of Jean Arthur and Gary Cooper, In Cecil B. DeMillo's sweeping panorama of the opening of the west, "The Plainsman," scheduled to open Sunday at the Wabash theater. rraponsioie iot a paynwoi FIRST CHRISTIAN . CHl'KCH H. H. Wagner, pastor. , 9:30 a. m. Bible school; Henry Wellman, adult superintendent; Bob Barbee, general superintendent. Orchestra under the direction of Irvln Johnson. The orchestra will be on hand and render ' a few selections before the Sunday school hour. Classes for all. This will bo visiting day for the junior depnrtmcpt. Thov will hear a brief talk by the pastor. The talk will be Illustrated. 9:45 a. m. Worship; subject of Notice is hereby given that the undersigned has been appointed hy the Judge of the Circuit Court of Business Services Vermillion County, State of Indiana. Administrator of the estate of R RAT) THESE ADS EVERT DAT for late buying and selling Mississippi Battle Approaches Climax; Crest Nears Cairo (Continued from Page 1) Joseph Bertotti. late of Vermillion County, deceased. Said estate is supposed to be solvent. JOHN BERTOTTI, Administrator. January 15, 1937. 116-23-3037 sermon, "Preaching That Failed No evening servlcus. DO PEOPLE KNOW WHERE TO find you and your particular type of service? Tell them! A want-ad coBts very little. ODDS-AND-ENDS MERCHANDISE will quickly find sale through this department. Tell the public what you have. 3. i. Pooling a Senator Roval Delaad Senator Royal Copelandl FINE IS LEVIED; ANOTHER HELD Ira Hensley of North Main street, was fined $9.80 by J. C. Hayslett, justice of peace, yesterday on charges of intoxication aud public indecency. He was arrested Thursday evening, Ralph Webster of R. R. 2 waa arraigned in circuit court yesterday and pleaded not guilty to charges of issault and battery filed against, him yesterday. He waa arrested for the Ulegod beating of his nine-year-old son. He waa placed In the Newport Miinty Jail wheu ho failed to furnish the $500 bond which waa placed on him. METHODIST CHl'IH II C. C. Pearce, pastor. 9:30 a. m. Preaching service sermon, "Man Plus." Music hy choir and organist. 10:30, a. m. Sunday school. 6 p. m. Epworth loague; auhject "Why Do People Gamble?", Approach of New York's mayoralty election signals a political crista In the history of Tammany Hall. Deprived of prestige and patronage thelra when the Tammany machine Is in control of city hall, the organization la girding Itself In a desperate effort to defeat Mayor Fiorello La Guardla for another term. It la possible that J. J. Doo-llng, Tammany chief, and his cohorts will attempt to capture the election by nominating Senator Royal S. Copeland. Pad lira h late today or tomorrow wild a maximum peak of 62 feet In prospect. Tho 4,000 men who remained in Cairo to build up the 60 foot seawall to a height of 63 feet, were rhnnred today by the pronouncement of army engineers that "we have definite control of the river fight." and a downward revision of tbnlr crest prediction. Engineers agreed Hint the peak, due Wednesday, probably will not exceed 61 feet. The river had passed 68.66 foot murk at Cairo today. Excellent opportunity for men locally to represent large manufacturing concern. Experience not necessary. Write "8," Box 442, Clinton. Indiana. t'3 7 p. m. Evening service. Tills NOTICE! Notice is hereby given that Pete Voto. Special Representative of Department of Financial Institutions In the state of Indiana In charge of the liquidation of the Wabash Building and Loan Company. Clinton, Indiana, did on the 20th day of January file his second current report, as such Special Representative. In the Vermillion Circuit Court or the liquidation of the Wabash Building and Loan Company, which accounting covers the period from July 1, 1936, up to and Including December 31, 1936. Said Department by said Special Representatives now fixes the date of February 27th, 1937. upon which such accounts will be heard and determined by, the Court and any cred GAUNT MONUMENT TO DISASTER service will be conducted by our young peoples' gospel team Joan Wright, "Shorty" Lawson, Luclle Webster. Prayer meeting and study class on Wednesday night at 7:30 o'clock. YOUR MOTOR CAN SERVE YOU only in proportion to the efficiency of the ignition system. Have It checked. J. L. Horney-Roberts Battery company, 226-228 . Mulberry street, phone 66. Russian Government Not to Close Attack on Enemies With Penalties Of Death for Thirteen Sentenced AUTOMOBILE GLASS BROKEN windows and windshields replaced at very small cost. We know how STATE CONGRESS PAUSES IN WORK IN FLOOD CRISIS to fit glass. A. Dumes. (Continued from Page 1) NEVER FRET ABOUT A FLAT TIRE. We're as close as your HILL CRKST COMMUNITY CKNTOl Elizabeth Pfamler, Hupt. 9 a. m., Sunday School. Illhta Study made interesting and profitable for the whole family. Classos for all ages. 10:30 a. m. Church Worship. (Continued from Page 1) rant lor Czar Nicholas II and tho imperial family, is also under arrest. The voluminous confessions telephone. Call 'B40. We'll come quickly. Clinton Auto Wrecking company, "ERNIE'S." SuiigeHtlons hnve been heard that of the 17 in the trial ending today the liglslatuie apprnpriale up to 15.0110,000 for emergency aid to the flood areas unci possibly levy "nui- itors, shareholders or other person Interested may on or before the 23rd day of February, 1937, file objections in writing to such account with the Court. Upon said February 27th, 1937, the Court will hear and determine such objections, If any are filed, and pass upou such account. Dated this 20th day of January, 1937. PETE VOTO, Special Representative of the Department of Financial Institutions in charge of the liquidation of the Wabash ' Building and Loan Company, Clinton, Indiana. Colonel C. Sawyer, Attorney for indicated that other prisoners may Subject: "The Church's Need for the Services of Youth." This Is FOR SALE run into me nunoreua. suni'o' tuxes to raise additional Young People's Day and several or the young people will Bhare In the funds which muy be needed. Feather bed, $8. 452 S. 5th St. t73 The legislators will return facing leadership at this . service. Special Fat hens 4i pounds up. Dressed free. Mrs. J. F. Carlin. t71 the admonition of Kdwurd Stein, music. Everyone welcome. .2:30 p. .m., Junior Christian En Salty Shrimp Thrive The salt shrimp is the only known form of marine life that is able to survive in the briny water of Great Sale Lalie. It is a rare foi :n of life studied avidly by sc-ie"'- llloomfleld, speaker of the house, "to bring your working clothes." Stein told tho representatives before adjournment that I bey were lnslnir Department of Financial - Institutions. 126-28-3087 Five burner Florence Oil Range, 12.50: Used Majestic Range 34.50; used South Bend Malleable Range, 29; used all Enameled Range, $27.50; UBed heater In perfect condition, (25. Raynes-Frazier Company. t71 five legislative davs and that these I ri WANTED must be mude up by extra work, ill-eluding longer hours and fuster action on pending business. deavor. Topic: "Following Jesus." Leader, Madaline Biblch, 6:30 p. m., Intermediate. Christian Endeavor. Topic: "What Is the Purpose of the Church?" Leader. Agnes Renwick. 6:30 p. m., Young People's Christian Endeavor. Topic: "What Do I Know About My Church??" Leader, Olympia Buffo.' Communicant's Class every Tuesday from 7 to 8 p. m. . OSMON BROTHERS TO OPEN MONDAY ON MAIN STREET (Continued from Page 1) Baby Chicks In addition to our own hatch-, we can secure chicks from Paris, Standard and Rockvllle at no advance over prices at the hatcheries. Get our prices before buying chicks anywhere. Reeder's Feed Store. Phone 165-W. sen. Hides Iron Elags Metal and Paper Highest Prices Paid A. Dumes Water Street Lapis Lazuli, Holy Stnn The Persians and the Indians considered Lapis Lazuli a holy stone. The Egyptians had a real and an artificial lapis. The real was used for making their gods, for scarabs and for beads. The artificial lapis was powdered and given to people suffering from gail-stones and pleted, an entrance will be built Into the rear to provide for Inside loading and unloading of trucks. With its floor space almost trip Notice The picture 118 South 10th. J. t71 Chauffeurs man lives at Hiatko. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH It. W. Bishop, Pastor Bible school at 9:45 a. m.,; Morn ing Worship at 11:00 a, m. B. Y. P. U. at 6:00 p. m. WANTED led, the company has added Kelvin-ator refrigerators and washers and the New Boss oil ranges to its line, which already included Grunow. RCA and Philco radios; ABC, Thor at FOCRTH, FIFTH AND VEIN BRAZIL BLOCK kOl'IH OSLLLA, PHONE SIXTH COAL. 915-12. t72 Evening evangelistic service 7:00 p. m. 1 " Prayer meeting at 7:00 p. Wednesday. : and Maytag washers. in. Ravaged by fire and flood this gaunt chimney and tangled wreckage of the burned Crosley plant unit at Cincinnati stand as expressive token of the terrific toll taken by the Ohio river as it spread over its banks leaving death and destruction in its wake. In addition to the proprietors. WANTED TO BUY Large size slate blackboaid and sep REAL ESTATE FOR SALE Residence Property, well located, and Business Properly arate easel. Phone BJz-M. id the same staff will continue in the new location. They are Raymond Osmon, washer and refrigerator service man; Gayle Martin, Purdue graduate engineer, who took over the radio service department two months ago and Mrs, Wlltord Doolin, bookkeeper. A formal opening is planned about Feb. 6. H. C. Chapin, minister.1 9:45 a. ni. Bible school. 10:45 a. in. Morning worship. This is Young Peoples' Day and our young poople will have charge of the service; come and help them. 6:15 p. m. Christian Endeavor; topic. "What Do I- Know About My Church?"; leader, Betty Bayer. More Donations Made to Agency Helping in Flood (Continued -n-om rge i For Sake Coal PHONE 919-3 for Brazil Block, 13.25 Up; 6th Vein, 2.75 Up; 4th Vein. $3.25 Up. H. D. Harrison. Clinton. 66f dies Auxiliary of the U. M. W. of A., and Hoyal Neighbors. $5; Josephiue Bernard and Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Hardie. $2; William Tyler. Robert Altken, William jspurr, joe--Hulcul-le Maynard Hedges, Mr. and Mis. Alete Peters, Mr. ana Mrs, Gabor Takatt, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hays. Andy Sarvish, Mr. and Mrs. Joe David, Everett Shew, Viola Vantura, Mrs. Harry Davies and Mrs. 'Emma Spurr. ' $1 each; John Thomas $1.25; Joe Tome!. 75c; A Friend. 53e; Mrs.? Donald Foltz and, Mrs. Effie '.Spurr. each 50c; and Mrs.' Evan Hughes, 26c, Guess, "John l'Jiibanks and August Good cheap coal, phone 797-W. B7tf Taparo, Jr.. each $1; Uiigcne Tur- chf. John Hello, Addison JarkRou, President's 'Cuff Links Gang' to Eat Dinner at White House While Country Dances at Charity Bails FOURTH VEIN COAL, UNIVBRSAL, MIAMI NO. 4. AND BLACK BETTY NO. 5. HARLEY HUFF Largest Dinosaurian Reptll An Atlantosaurus ii the largest dinosaurian reptile of which any remains have been preserved. The femur is more than 8 feet in length. The size of the bone indicates a length for the animal of nearly 100 feet and a height of SO feet. The remains were obtained in the Jurassic strata of Colorado. MAN. PHONE 10. 64tf Bill Jackson and Guoritio Canton, each 50c; and Jolm SIhIIh, Gulilo Farrari, Virginia I'erfetti, Minnie Canton, 26c each. Universal donations: Wright school,' $10; Hungarian Lodge, La (Continued from Pi ge 1) FOUND At 11:24 tonight. Mr. Iloosevelt will leave hln birthday party and the cake with the ffvo candles denoting the number of years past TiO to Hpewk briefly over the radio in ap Pointer male, white with black pots. 1006 Morey Street. 172 USE THIS MAP TO FOLLOW FLOOD DISPATCHES PAID NOTICES preciation to the nationwide Horiea r -, V- r 7 '" : pyrPr''f " i wlj of birthday balls. Receipts from these balls go to the assistance of over 300,000 crippled children, and for research work Into the cause 1411 S. Fourth St. Lot 47x158 feet! 5-room frame residence, furnace, electricity and water) frame garage. IWSB,1 844 S. Fifth St. Lot 55x158 feet; 6-room frame bungalow, furnace, efeclricity, bath; frame garage. 1044 S. Fourth St. Lot 66x132 feet j 6-room residence: furnace, electricity, batli frame garage. 220 Wabash St. Lot 64x50 feet; 5 room frame resj. dence, furnace, gas, electricity, bath frame garage. 729 S. Third St. Lot 71x158 feetj two-story, 8-room frame residence, new furnace, gas, electricity, bathj double frame garage. 356 Vine St. Lot 66x79 feet; two-story, 8-room frame residence, steam heat, 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 feet; 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. and prevention or Infantile paral yals. CARD OF THANKS To our neighbors, friends and rel-nfives we wish to extend our heartfelt appreciation for their acts of kindness, sympathy and floral offerings, also the singers, minister ami Frist Funeral Home, received at the death of our beloved husband, son and brother. Pearl Overpeck. Grant Overpeck and sons, Weber and Don-old. t71 FEDERAL LABOR HEAD FAILS IN THIRD ATTEMPT (Continued from Page 1) IN MEMOIUAM In loving remembrance of our daughters. Phyllis and Norma, who died January 28 and February 7, 1935. Sadly missed by parents. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Barsley, and brothers. 171 last night, he would telephone Miss Perkins this morning. Officials here put little faith ill the expected call. They would not say definitely that Sloan would tele NOTICE! Venetian Cafe. Lawrenceville, will optn Tuesday, Feb. 2. Free spaghetti. Mario Vletti. t73 phone. Moreover, they placed no faith In possibility of a peace if there was a call. At any rate, peace negotiations have broken down for the present. For prices and terms, see the Receiver at the FIRST NATIONAL BANK, Clinton, Ind. Sell It With a ClassIHAd Phone 41 Before 11 o'clock! Hummingbirds Light Hummingbirds weigh from H4 to S'-i grams. It would take eight to eleven hummingbirds to weigh on ounce. yl Thin iiihji will ta ii flluing iliNtMit- nd radio 'rl ot the thtod ref In Ohk river tU)',

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