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Hammond Times (Newspaper) - January 19, 1938, Hammond, Indiana I THE HAMMOND TIMES t January 9 I Financial News Stocks Drop To New Lows By C fin win I YORK Jan 19 Stocks to around thf lowest January 8 today under lead of railroad shares which mot fin uncertainties by tho of the Krie railroad for under section of the y laws Other showed losses from fractions to more than 2 points Trading was Jy more active Bonds declined under tead of with Erie funds Knowing losses ranging to as much 27 points in one declined with wheat off more than a cent a Cotton futures had small while coper and futures met pressure Although Wall street had hopes that something good might from President conference today with business most traders preferred to await definite news before buying Blocks New York Stocks NEW Jan Chicago Stocks CHICAGO 19 total total total Final Grain Review CHICAGO inn Wheat futures sagged on the Board of Trade today as thu pit further news of er conditions in the winter wheat Shriveled export demand albo contributed to the weaker tone Dullness ruled in Chicago as it did in most world where prices showed general easiness The local market opened fractionally lower eyeing declines at Liverpool und Buenos Aires Offerings were but demand was lighter interests are reported to be holding off for lower prices on Australian and Argentine grain some results when the harvest is further along in the South American country while British traders are on the sidelines paying careful attention to American new crop hard ters This suspended activity held export trade down to els of North American wheat Advices concerning beneficial rainfall in the Argentine depressed corn prices in a lesser degree Ex- port business overnight also was small as exporters hung fire ing for crop developments in South America Country offerings ued moderate even in southern markets which have been paying a premium over the Chicago ex- change Liverpool closed to H cent lower with speculative and miller Interest notably absent Cash Grain CHICAGO Jan No S red No 2 hard Vj sample hard XTo 4 mixed No 2 mixed No 4 mixed No 2 yellow No 3 yellow No 4 yellow No 3 No S white No 4 white No 5 white 55 sample No i mixed No 1 white No 2 white No 3 white sample 32 No 2 sample tag 703 SOY BEANS No 2 yellow No 3 yellow sample TIMOTHY Red sweet CASH PROVISIONS Lard loose leaf lies Markets at a Glance Stocks lower and quiet Bonds lower and U S issues irregular Curb Irregularly and Chicago stocks easy Foreign exchange firm In terms of the dollar Cotton futures steady in Wheat off to cents corn off tt to Chicago Hogs strong steady and sheep weak 5 fa in of still fit paying much mx ill tht FIKST FEDERAL INGS LOAff out SAVINGS PLAN foi investor INVESTMENT SHARES for the lump investor Let ui you how to em- ploy your money SAFELY PROFITABLY SECURELY A regular dividend every months nad your in- vestment u INSURED up to LET US HELP YOU f OF Co Air Reduction Co Alaska Juneau Co Allied Cliem Dye Mfg Co American Can Co American Locomotive American Pnw Lt American Smelting American Steel Sugar Ref American Tele Tele Tobacco B Anaconda Copper Min Armour Compan Topeka S F Atlantic Coast Line Atlantic Refining Vo Automobile Aviation Corporation B Baldwin Certificate Baltimore Ohio Barber Bendix Aviation Corp Bethlehem Steel Corp Border Company Borg-Warner Corp Byron Jackson C Canada Dry Canadian Pacific Case J Co Celanese Corp Cerro de Ches and Ohio C M St P and P do pfd Chi and N W Chrysler Corp Coca-Cola Co Com Solvents Consol Edison Oil Cont Can Corn Products Cudahy Packing D Deere and Co Del and Hudson Del Lack and W Dome Mines Du Pont de Nemours E Eastman Kodak Electric Electric Boat Brie R R F Firestone Tire Freeport Sulphur Co Gen Am Trans en Electric Gen Foods Motors jillette Safety Razor i Company Goodrich Company Tire Sreat Northern Ry pfd H Oil Hudson Motor I Central inland Steel international Nickel Inter Tel and Tel 1 ville R Copper Croger Grocery and Myers 3 jima Locomotive Incorporated Tobacco and Nash M Mack Truck Marshall Field Maytag Company N National Dairy National Distillers National Ten N Y Central Norfolk and West North American North American Aviat Northern Pacific N Y N H and H pfd O Ohio OH Company Otis Elevator f Packard Motor Penney Company Pennsylvania Railroad Peoples Gas Pillsbury Flour Pullman Incorporated Pure Oil R Radio Corporation Reading Company Republic Steel Reynolds Spring Reynolds Tobacco B S St Joseph Lead Sears Roebuck Shell Union Oil Simmons Company Corp Southern Pacific Southern Railway Standard Brands Standard Oil of Cal Standard Oil of Ind Standard Oil of N J Stewart-Warner Corp Studebaker Corporation Superheater Co Swift Company Swift International T Texas Corp Timken Roller Transue and 20th Cent Fox V Union Carbide Union Oil of Cal Union Pacific United Corp United Fruit U S Gypsum U S Indus Alcohol U S Rubber U S Smelting U S Steel do pfd W Walgreen Drug Western Union Electric Woolworth Co Worth Pump Yellow Track Young S and T Young S and WW I Prev Close i 57 i i I 48 I 78 7911 20 21 5 5 i 29 145 I 69 70 33 34 H 6 I 38 y i 24 Warner Bros Corp Cities Com Edison Cord Corp Great Lakes D Kingsby Brew Marshall Field Mid West Corp Quaker Swift and Co Prev Close 34 1 8 i 9 1 OS 99 18 IS't 9 s 16 li 62 i 27 17 18 17 93 92 17 S1 42 I 37 59 VI 60 234 42 63 18 m 23 W 19 10 16 165 22 Vj 23 Vi 26 26 43 3 Vs I 44 1 18 I 18 I 21 Vi 2T I 23 OVS 74 H 5014 79 40 17 j 32 50 VS 52 Vi 23 9 3 11 1 190 20 197 14 58 60 23 23 364 37 17 20 is 12 9 82 I 32 34 I 18 26 45 SV New York Curb 24 NEW YORK Ian sales 147.000 yesterday's tal sales Prev Close Co of Am 80 80 Gas Klec Cities Service Oil Co Commonwealth Edison Bond Share ord Motor of Canada lien Alden Coal Oil of Pa Humble Oil Ref Oil Limited sTew Jersey Zinc Penn Oil 82 28 is 18 26 H 46 23 20 S S 66 64 67 j 68 594 i1 104 18 18 26 26 g 18 fi 40 647 181 70 71 18 401 Grain Range CHICAGO Jan Low Close uly uly day uly uly SOY uly Tarch day uly i 96 iV I I I I 60 I 60 4 60 ri 61 32 32 29 I 75 75 69 I 67 74 68 67 I 74 Vi 69 67 V 104 104 1106 106 I I I I 8 8 s S 20 i I I I 8 82 9 9 9 02 j 9 9 9 10 9 12 9 9 9 9 25 Chicago Produce CHICAGO Jan Market firm receipts 856 cases fresh graded firsts cars Ic less than cars extra cars less than cars Ic checks dirties receipts Market firm receipts gross Ibs extra firsts extras seconds Oc standards specials Cent Cent IVic Market steady re- 28 trucks ducks geese hens spring broilers leghorn hens Twins daisies longhorns Supplies liberal de- mand light and market weak Idaho usset Burbanks ado red McClures onsin round whites gan russet rurals North kota Bliss Triumphs new Florida Bliss bushel crates 92 on track 325 ments 809 HIGH THE By GEORGE SWAN are invited to attend THREE HURT IN CAL CITY CRASH Three persons were injured in crash of two automobiles at the of Torrence nd Route 6 Calumet City last ight Taken to St Margaret's hospital hey are J W 44 man of Crete 111 laceration of ose bruised right knee and left Mrs Gleason 36 his wife ecp laceration on chin cut on abrasion of both legs and ankle and Charles H Jr 27 salesman 6014 Navarre avenue Chicago cut on j hin bruised right knee According to a police report was driving his automobile in Torrence avenue and col- with Sethness car making a eft turn from Torrence avenue into Route 6 Paris has an campaign Chicago Livestock CHICAGO Jan Including di- rects Market uneven strong to mostly lOc higher top bulk food and choice Ibs Ibs 325 Ibs bulk good sows much done largely steer and leifer run early sales medium to choice steady to outsiders but ament weak to lower early top on medium heifers steady to lower light kinds steady cows scarce steady bulls active at weak at 58.50 selects including 700 di rects Fat lambs very slow general ly steady on asking prices refusing lower bids early good to choice offerings bid now held ward to and above indica tions lower on sheep Southern Pacific Seeks to Issue WASHINGTON Jan Southern Pacific railroad day asked the interstate commerce commission for authority to issue of first refunding gage It proposes to sell tho bonds to the Southern Pacific com- pany holding company controlling the railroad at par Proceeds be used to Southern company's treasury for ex- made in 1937 in paying maturing securities The company in a companion cation asked permission to pledge the bonds as security for short term notes it may issue Treasury Deficit Set at Jan treasury reported yesterday Its deficit on Jan 15 after six and a half months of the fiscal was President Roosevelt estimated two weeks ago that the for the fiscal year would total In the first six and t half months of the last fiscal year the deficit was The treasury report both receipts asd expenditure were continuing to ruin ahead o the previous fiscal year KANSAS CTTY Kan Jan T Kemper 70 widely known Kansas City Mo banker and financier died at th University of Kansas hospital earl today HOLY SPIRIT IS REVIVAL SUBJECT The Holy Spirit will be the of revival sermon y Evangelist LaVerne Taylor at he South Side Christian church lev Carl Hoff pastor announced oday Rev Hoff will direct a of 30 voices following the irmon He announced that mother ingers of Lincoln school in el City directed by Mrs H G of Homewood and accom- by Mrs C B Allen would ing Last night 20 juniors from the 1st street mission sang several numbers The Junior Bible Drill class will o'clock at the church All members I avenue to entertain Thursday are urged to attend j ning Bridge club Mr and Mrs Rov Evans and j M B J Orr and Miss Myrtle returned to their I Rohde entertaining La Noce children have home on Kennedy avenue after spending several days with tives in Iowa Dr E J who maintains offices in the First Trust building has opened a new dental office in the medical clinic located at 6827 Kennedy avenue Dr Berens will have office hours at his new office from 9 o'clock a m to noon and 7 o'clock to 8 o'clock p m Monday and Friday evenings VILLE Mrs Gerald is expected to return from M E hospital this week with her twin girls They leet tonight at 7 o'clock in the i have named them Jean and Janet Daughters classroom All Henry received word tha a cousin Mrs Jans had passed away in Otis Kan Mr and Mrs William Phillips of South Bend were here Sunday at the Walter Phillips home Choir practice at the Moore home Monday night First practice since Christmas One of the Highland girls is ing Miss Laura place because of the and death of her father William Lennertz who died Sunday with pneumonia Mrs Ralph Loye has ben in at- tendance to her grandfather Jacob einey His funeral was Tuesday at St Peter and Paul church Mrs William G Woods is about the same Wheeler basketball played team here last Friday Miller will play hero this Friday K C MEMBERS AT DISTRICT MEETING Knights of Columbus members rom Hammond Whiting East Chicago Gary and several other ifjrthern Indiana cities last night a Fourth district meeting in Michigan City as the guests f Council No 837 Timothy P Galvin supreme di- ector of Hammond and the Rev Mungovan of All Saints attended Galvin was the speaker Sunday a delegation of Michigan ity Knights attended mass at Catholic church the Rev Alfred Reinig officiating Here and There in Society Continued from Social Page club for dinner and bridge at Park View tearoom Mrs Bert Fryer road at home to Renaissance club afternoon Klein Van Buren welcoming JFF club 1 o'clock luncheon Mrs Schujler Grubbs to tain MLP club afternoon Mrs Marie Guy Mulberry to Triple Sisters club luncheon pinochle Liberty Camp Royal Neighbors meeting m Lincoln club rooms for installation of officers Mrs A Truman street entertaining members of club afternoon Happy Eight club members to be guests of Mrs L Walters shall avenue afternoon Mrs Fials Whiting at home to TNT club evening pi- PTA News HAMMOND Golden Rule council of the Daughter's of Liberty will have their of officers day at the IOOF hall on State street ADDED TO WPA WASHINGTON Jan work relief rolls jumped 436 during the week ending Jan 8 over the preceding week bringing the total of WPA employes to persons it was announced H IGHLAND Bartel business in Hammond Tuesday afternoon Mr and Mrs Herman Watson and children have returned to their home on Ridge road after spending several days with friends and relatives in Chicago Mrs Harry Talbott is recovering nicely at her home on Ridge road from an attack of pneumonia Mrs Charles Whedoger a number of friends at a stork shower last evening at her home on Clough street in honor of Mrs Dorothy O'Brien Games weie played and prizes were awarded the winners At the close of the evening delicious re- were served Mrs O'Brien was the recipient of many lovely and useful gifU Mrs James Calahan has been confined to her homo for the past several days with illness Mr and Mrs Harry Flora and children returned to their home in Owensboro Ky Tuesday after spending a week with friends and relatives in Highland and mond They are former residents of Hammond The adult choir of tha Calvary THURSDAY Board of Directors League of Voters meeting at home of president Mrs A L Spohn street 10 a m Rockford College club meeting is guests of Mrs Edward ng Jackson avenue evening Lois Wallish hostess to SCC club for informal time evening MINI club to be entertained by VIrs B Dickinson Cleveland street or bridge and tea club to be entertained y Mr and Mrs Walter Brown Forest avenue evening Double Six club meeting as guests of Mrs R Greer 150th street for and games meeting with Mrs A A Erickson Van Buren avenue for pinochle and refreshments NOT? club gathering at home of Mrs J place for games and tea Delta club to be guests of Mrs E Werblo Calumet avenue for pinochle an Mrs E Flynn Moraine avenue inviting members of Thursday club to be her guests for luncheon and contract Mrs William Gerold and Mrs C E Miller hostesses to club for luncheon and contract Park View Mrs James McShane Moraine avenue entertaining members of Tuesday and Thursday Evening Bridge clubs Wee Four club meeting with Mrs L F McNally Beall avenue for luncheon and pinochle meeting with Miss Shirley Smith Forest avenue for informal evening Mrs Morris Hughes Moraine avenue hostess to DeMolay Mothers club evening Miss Flora Snyder Detroit street at home to members of Thursday Evening Book club club to meet at Mrs Dale Boyer's Jefferson avenue Colonial club members to have 1 o'clock luncheon at Mrs A E Wildwood road Circle Two of the Immanuel Evangelical church meeting at cial hall with Mrs John Weber as hostess Jolly Pinochle club to meet with Mrs M Hoffman Douglas When members of the PTA at Kenwood school met on Monday afternoon an interesting program had been arranged by Mrs Guy Slaughter program chairman After the business meeting a panel discussion on How Shall We Develop of Sense of Responsibility in Children was held by several mothers and teachers of the school It was conducted by Superintendent K L Caldwell In his introductory statement Mr Caldwell pointed out that the most goal m education toward all parents and teachers were vorking is the development of dren who will become self- ible independent and capable of making wise decisions He gave ten specific ics of responsibility The discussions are Miss Tewksbury How to De- the Right Kind of Self De in the Young Child in School Mrs George Schnake What the Home Can Do to Develop Self-Dependence as a Basic for Re- sponsible Character John Malone The Obstacles Met in the Work of the School in Training for Responsible er Mrs Daniel Bieker The Social Baptist church will meet for nue Calumet City evening Thursday night at Miss Adele Wilhelm Van Buren in 7513 Jackson avenue Goldie Nicholson ut Mrs in 515 street umet City Rhoda Armstrong at home of j Mrs P J Mann in Rosewood avenue Lillian Brueckman at Mrs Earl Maris In 220 Wildwood rond And Jennie group at Mrs Vernon Moore's in 233 Webb street Calumet City LEGAL NOTICE ANNOUNCEMENTS set mv hand and affix the sell of at Hammond this at A P GEORGE W SeaU U S C Bj CORA D Mrs C H Crews of 1142 Sibley street will serve a 1 o'clock eon on Friday to members m the Sixth division of the First M E church The training of tho Calvary church will meet in the home of Mrs Ilene Dragoo row afternoon at 1 o'clock Members of the Ladies Aid of St John's Lutheran church in Calumet City aro to meet in the school hall tomorrow afternoon for another of Die monthly coffee Tho serving committee includes Mrs William Mrs Herman Wiening Mrs Art merman and Mrs Paul man The Guild of SL Martha and Mary of SL Paul's Episcopal church will meet tomorrow at the home of Mrs J Harrison in 6927 Jackson avenue with the officers who weru elected at the last ing presiding The new officers are Mrs liam Hitt president Mrs Gertrude Gloff vice president and Mrs ert secretary and urer OF HEARING OX FINAL REPORT is hereby O as Receiver in CauM Xo Lako Superior Court entitled Judith et eJ vs Gustav Herman et ul hus his ro- In said cause on the das if December and that tho la pet for at Iho Court louse Superior Court riond Indiana at thp hour of A M on 7th Say of Clork Superior Court An T MCCAIN Attorney for Receiver OF ON KR'S FINAL REPORT Notice ih hereby that Benry In No Superior Court entitled Kotli Pt vs KolAnd J -t al bus filed tils Final Re- Oi i In said on the 10th day of January sini hat Uio mme for at Court House Lake Superior Court at the hour of o'clock A M on tho nth day of W Clerk Superior PAUL T MCCAIN Attorney for Receiver Mrs Lawrence Ruch of 516 tham street will entertain the ior Aid of the Pine Street terian church all day tomorrow with a pot luck luncheon a feature of the noon hour The First Baptist Sunday school teachers and officers are all asked to be at the church tomorrow ning at o'clock for a meeting with the Rev J M Horton and the Sunday school superintendent E H Davis Environment the Contend With in Attitudes and Home Has to Training Children To Be sible and How These Obstacles Are Overcome Miss Merklein The Character Attitudes Which ers should Exemplify in the ing of Children Mrs Charles Long The Most Important Attitudes Which the Home Must Exemplify in the Training of Children To Be Re- sponsible At the close of the meeting Mrs Frederick Baker and Mrs Thor Parke charge of the social nour This time was enjoyed while Miss Merklein and Miss Griswold poured Church Circles No meeting of the Gleaners class of the First Baptist church will be held this week previously planned because of the illness of the teacher Mrs E L Eggers Sewing Circle No 2 of the Im- manuel Evangelical church is ing tomorrow afternoon at o'clock with Mrs William Riechers of 662 Sibley street Members and friends are invited Group meetings of the Woman's Mission society of the First tist church will be held as follows The Amy Acock group will meet at 10 a m for a covered dish luncheon and all-day session at the home of Mrs W A Hill in 28 Highland street Likewise the Dr Katherine Mabie group will go to the home of Mrs Goldie Miller in 5625 wood avenue at 10 a m The group meetings which will be held at 2 p m are to be as Martha Unruh at Mrs N R NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING FORM NO 109 Is hereby given that thu Loral Alcoholic of Laky County Indiana will at A M on the ot January at the Hammond City Hall in the City of Hammond In ty begin Investigation of the of the named persons requesting the to the applicants at the locations after set out of the Alcoholic Bev Permits of the clashes after and will at Bald time and place receive information concerning the of said and the propriety of Permits applied for to such at the premises Locations Unity Council Knights of Club 34346 520 Sibley Street Hammond Liquor Beer Wine Re- tailer George Stavros Avenue mond Beer Wine Retailer Said investigation will be open to the public and public pat is requested ALCOHOLIC COM- MISSION OF INDIANA JOHN F Secretary HUGH A Excise Administrator LEGAL NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING FORM XO 109 is hereby Divert the Alcoholic Board of Lake County will ax A si on the 2nd day of February nt tho City Hall In the ot in County of the implication of the named person Ing the to the at the location net out of tho Alcoholic Permit of the class designated and will at time and place re- information or said applicant the propriety of issuing the Permit applied for to such applicant at the Classification Grubich 35075 2200 Avenue Whiting Beor Wine Retailer will ho open to the public and public participator Is i ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE COM- MISSION OF INDIANA F HUGH A Excise Administrator WANT ADS Cord of Thanks A2 MBN OLD AT 401 GET PEP New Tonic and other One starte Sc Call HooVa able Drug LOULA CONSTABLE Call Harbor Its cl NO RESTAURANT no liquor no bui JL with Canon's Store The lo 36 Hammond School Lions for to LtJ Cnn AUTOMOBILES Agenda MOTOR CORP Kord 4785 Blvd R SWARTHOUT CRAIG Chevrolet Sales nnd IKS Whiting BROADWAY AOTO SALES INC Michigan A Indiana K W LUTE AUTOMOBILES 5916 Calumet nva CaU LEO K KNOERZER Salle Hohman ave B2 For ISM DELUXE Plymouth cheap 4431 WE SINCERELY wish to thank al our friends neighbors and rela lives for their kindness and pa thy shown the and death of our beloved wife and mother Mrs John Hei zog also to thank all those that the beautiful floral ual and those that the use of their autos MR HERZOG MRS JUU A BAILEY MR AND MRS LEO Daniels Motor CORNER OF Summer and Columbia Out of the High Rent District Reconditioned Used Cars At FORDS CHEVROLETS DODGES CHRYSLERS BUICKS LatA Several nood cars 150 or 60 DAY GUARANTEE Loss in Your Gain PHONE OLDSMOBILE 6 coach Schmueser and Bulck Service 6412 Hohman Phone 5150 NOTICE TO NON-RESIDENT Cause Xo 43003 STATE OP INDIANA LAKE COUNTY In the Lake Superior Court Term 1037 Bank of vs Leo Kaplan ot nl Action to Mortgage Mow comes the Plaintiff Hail Smith and flies Its complaint together with an affidavit of a person that defendants Leo Kaplan and Kaplan known ai Anna Kaplan of Leo aro dents of the State of Indiana and this i-j one to a on the following de- real estate Lot 7 in Block 5 as and laid down on lh recorded plat Agnes Roberts Subdivision of part ot Sections 6 and 7 Township 37 North 5 West ot the 2nd P 51 in mond Lake County Indiana Said arc therefore hereby notified of the pendency of said action and that the same will for trial at the next term of Court and that unless pear and answer or demur therein at the calling of said on Ith day of March A D the the day ot the next term of paid Court to be and tn Court Room No 1 at- Hammond in said County and on the 2nd Monday of uary A D said action will and determined In their ab- sence In witness I hereunto WE WISH to extend sincere and appreciation to the Royal Neighbors and who during recent bereavement of Lorraine who died Ian 5 1938 Also Rev Hoff for hK song and comforting MRS ST V ROBERTS AND SONS WE WISH to thank our many and friends for the many rendered the illness and death of our be- loved wife and mother Lena Brady also for the beautiful floral offerings and spiritual JAMKS J AND FAMILY ANNOUNCEMENTS Al Lost and Found black fountain pen Friday Reward 4422 ron av Angora cat named Fluff Reward John McSharry 481 Indiana ave toy terrier black spot on head 213 W Staf street police puppy tan black body brown Liberal reward Mark patent leather by amount of tax money call Gostlin ct Liberal reward A2 Personals AN Lee Why get S rd Stale tme S man Call 1672 my display of pieces also pottery D fagen Shop So Hohman Shop mzn avc Edna a specialty up For A BARGAIN ON A USED CAR SHOP AT ABRAHAMSON Plymouth Plymouth Touring f Chevrolet Chevrolet MOST OF THESE CARS HAVE RADIOS OR HEATERS MOTOR SALES 5850 CALUMET AVE Conor Eatam 5820 CALUMET AVE At m r I f J HOPE J MAN KNOWS rve sor PLANE REEKED WHEN HE FINDS VE THE HOUSE FOR L By PAUL ROBINSON i WE HAD A THAT BUM ACTS HCK NAME JEWS PA PER I IN SPA PERI
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