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Hammond Times (Newspaper) - January 19, 1938, Hammond, Indiana I wenty-two THE HAMMOND TIMES t January 9. I Financial News Stocks Drop To New Lows By ELMKR. C WALZKR 'Utntfrf Prr.-i fin win I Eriil'jn -VEW YORK. Jan. 19. Stocks res'led to around thf lowest level- sinrp .January 8 today under lead of railroad .shares which mot fin uncertainties crcnterl by tho filmg of the Krie railroad for reorKamziition under section T7B of the bankrupt! y laws. Other showed losses ranpine from fractions to more than 2 points Trading was slight- Jy more active. Bonds declined under tead of xcronrlary carriers1, with Erie funds Knowing losses ranging to as much a-- 27 points in one js.suc Grains: declined, with wheat off more than a cent a bu.shel. Cotton futures had small jrsins. while coper and roroa futures met pressure. Although Wall street had hopes that "something; good" might
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Close Clo.se 8% i 57', 57-. i i !1B9 I 47'-. 48 I 78'', 7911 20', 21 5 5 82% i 30V 29 145'. Ii6'i I 69 70 33 34 H 6% 6', I 38 3? 'y i 24 201? Bon? Warner Bros Corp Cities Sen-ice Com Edison Cord Corp (Jenerai Ho'isoh Great Lakes D Kingsby Brew Marshall Field Mid West Corp Quaker Oat.s Swift and Co Prev Cioie Close 14't 34 14'i 1 8 i 9', .1 OS 99 18 IS't 9 s 16 li 61% 62 "i IS'ii 26's, 27 17 18 17V 17 7'-.-, 93 92 17 S1 17% 42 42'i I 35'it 37 1% 59 VI 60 234 23% 41'j 42 63 18 m 23 W 15% 7H 1S3 19 M at A. P. 193T GEORGE W. SWCIGART, (SeaU rifrk U S. C. Bj CORA D. Dopuiy Mrs. C. H. Crews of 1142 Sibley street will serve a 1 o'clock lunch- eon on Friday to members m the Sixth division of the First M. E. church. The training rlast of tho Calvary 'hnstian church will meet in the home of Mrs. Ilene Dragoo tomor- 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 s-ocials, Tho serving committee includes Mrs. William Wat-serman. Mrs. Herman Wiening, Mrs. Art Zim- merman and Mrs. Paul Zimmer- 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 meet- ing presiding. The new officers are Mrs. Wil- liam Hitt, president; Mrs. Gertrude Gloff, vice president and Mrs. Rob- ert Patenson, secretary and treas- urer. NOTICn OF HEARING OX JIECEIV- ET1-S FINAL REPORT is hereby Henrv O as .Receiver in CauM Xo. Lako Superior Court, entitled Judith AVIenlnK et eJ vs. Gustav Herman, et ul., hus filrd his flnnl ro- xirt In said cause on the 31st das" if December, and that tho a.nv- la pet for hc.irins: at Iho Court louse. Superior Court, Hntn- riond, Indiana, at thp hour of nitift Vclock A. M on 7th (Say of GKOi'ufE 8WKIGAKT. Clork Superior Court An, T MCCAIN. Attorney for Receiver. XOT1CK OF HEAH1NG ON' TIKCEIV- KR'S FINAL REPORT Notice ih hereby piiven that Benry ftv llectiver In No. 4.-511ii. Superior Court, entitled Kotli, Pt R! vs. KolAnd J. ,-t al.. bus filed tils Final Re- 'Oi i In said on the 10th day of January, 19SS, sini (hat Uio mme :a for henrinn at Court House, Lake Superior Court, nond. Indlnna, at the hour of o'clock A. M., on tho nth day of Fobrunrv, OEOKGi: W. 8WKTGART. Clerk L-vke Superior Co-urt PAUL T MCCAIN, Attorney for 1he Receiver. Mrs. Lawrence Ruch of 516 XVal- tham street will entertain the Sen- ior Aid of the Pine Street Presby- 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 eve- 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 Respon- sible and How These Obstacles Are Overcome." Miss Merklein, "The Character Building- Attitudes Which Teach- ers should Exemplify in the Train- 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, a.s previously planned, because of the illness of the teacher, Mrs. E. L. Eggers. Sewing Circle No. 2 of the Im- manuel Evangelical church is meet- 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 Bap- tist church will be held as follows tomorrow: 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 May- wood avenue at 10 a. m. The group meetings which will be held at 2 p. m. are to be as fol- lows: Martha Unruh at Mrs. N. R. 1JEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING FORM NO. 109 Notica Is hereby given that thu Loral Alcoholic Beveiagc Bo.ird of Laky County. Indiana, will, at A M. on the 27th d.iy ot January. 193S, at the Hammond City Hall in the City of Hammond, In Coun- ty, begin Investigation of the ap- plications of the following: named persons, requesting the Ksue to the applicants, at the locations herein- after set out. of the Alcoholic Bev. erag-e Permits of the clashes herein- after dnsiKnatea and will, at Bald time and place, receive information concerning the fitiiess of said ap- plicants, and the propriety of issuing: Ihe Permits applied for to such ap- plicants at the premises named: Locations Classif Ic-ationa Unity Council. Knights of Colum- bu.-- Club 34346, 520 Sibley Street Hammond. Liquor, Beer, Wine Re- tailer. George Stavros, 34DS5, (Restau- 4S03 Hohtnan Avenue, Ham- mond. Beer, Wine Retailer Said investigation will be open to the public, and public pat tfcipatlon is requested. ALCOHOLIC BEVBRAGK COM- MISSION OF INDIANA. By: JOHN F XOOXAN, Secretary, HUGH A. BARXHART. Excise Administrator LEGAL NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING FORM XO. 109 Xotice is hereby Divert the Loc-il Alcoholic Beverasi1 Board of Lake County, Indlnna. will, ax A. si. on the 2nd day of February, 1S3S. nt tho City Hall In the Cllj- ot NVhitlne. in County, begrln of the implication of the folloniiiR- named person, icquest Ing the Ishue to the (vpiTllcam. at the location lierelmifter net out, of tho Alcoholic Bevernffe. Permit of the class, herelimtter designated and will, at time and place, re- ceive information concerrilni? Citnt'f.s or said applicant, nntl the propriety of issuing the Permit applied for to such applicant at the pri'mipeB named- Loc.itlon Classification JMary Grubich, 35075. (Restnuianf 2200 ScliriiRe Avenue, Whiting. Beor Wine Retailer. Ssld will ho open to the public, and public participator Is i piiue-.ted ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE COM- MISSION' OF INDIANA. BjrJOHM1 F. NOOXA.N', Seeret.nvy HUGH A. BAUNHAHT, I.IH'26 Excise Administrator WANT ADS Cord of Thanks A2 MBN OLD AT 401 GET PEP. New OMnuc Tonic and other One dosft starte ?ep. Sc. Call, HooVa able Drug Storei. RUDOLFH LOULA CONSTABLE Call Bani'd Harbor Its ______________________ cl NO RESTAURANT, no liquor, no bui JL quxlitv drnc with Canon's Store. Hesavii'ta. "The lo 36, Hammond Hlch School. incu-4 Lions Sltfht ConsArvation Keneflt. for jvaenus to v'olumMan Musk- LtJ., AT5, Tiron'O. Cnn. AUTOMOBILES B! Agenda McINTYRJS MOTOR CORP. Authoriied Kord 4785 Blvd.. R Cfcio SWARTHOUT CRAIG Chevrolet Sales nnd IKS 119th Whiting BROADWAY AOTO SALES. INC. Aathoriied OldsmobHo Deft-or Michigan A ParrUh. Indiana K. W. LUTE AUTOMOBILES STUDKBAKBR 5916 Calumet nva. CaU LEO K KNOERZER <1lllnc. Salle, Hohman ave. B2 For Snle ISM DELUXE Plymouth etdan. cheap 4431 Nortllcoto CMi-ago. WE SINCERELY wish to thank al our friends, neighbors and rela lives for their kindness and ayni pa thy shown durinp the alcknewrt and death of our beloved wife and mother, Mrs. John Hei zog, also wlhh to thank all those that the beautiful floral plecefi, spirit- ual and those that do- nated the use of their autos. MR. JOFKS' HERZOG. MRS. JUU A BAILEY -FAMILY MR AND MRS LEO DEN'AMUR Daniels Motor CORNER OF Summer and Columbia Out of the High Rent District Reconditioned Used Cars At Low-Book FORDS. CHEVROLETS PLYMOUTH8, DODGES CHRYSLERS. POKTIACS BUICKS LatA Several nood cars, 150 or 60 DAY GUARANTEE Loss in Your Gain" PHONE HAM'D SS90 m? OLDSMOBILE 6 coach, tfohn Schmueser and Honii. Bulck Service. 6412 Hohman Phone Hstn'd 5150. NOTICE TO NON-RESIDENT Cause Xo 43003 STATE OP INDIANA, LAKE COUNTY In the Lake Superior Court Term, 1037 Bank of Whitlnfr vs. Leo Kaplan, ot nl. Action to Foreclo.se Mortgage Mow comes the Plaintiff bv- Gavlt, Hail, Smith Gavlt. AUorlifys, and flies Its complaint htrciln, together with an affidavit of a rompctpnt person, showing- that defendants Leo Kaplan and Kaplan, somctimen known ai Anna Kaplan, ivifc of Leo Ka-plan. aro nnn-rcal- dents of the State of Indiana and this ariion i-j one to forecloai a mortp.igre on the following' de- scritK-d real estate, to-wit: Lot Ppv.-n (7) in Block Fi'.-o (5) as matked 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 Ham- mond, Lake County, Indiana. Said defendant? 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 ap- pear and answer or demur therein, at the calling of said on Ith day of March. A. D. the <-ame bc-lng the 47th day ot the next term of paid Court to be and tn fhp Court Room No. 1. at- Hammond, in said County and Ptatf, on the 2nd Monday of Jan- uary. A. D. 19S8. said action will "nc- heaj-d and determined In their ab- sence. In witness whereoJ, I hereunto WE WISH to extend sincere thankis and hearlfelt appreciation to the Royal Neighbors and frlende who rfmernboro-d during thfi recent bereavement of Haze5- 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 neighbor? and friends for the many kindnehcea rendered
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