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DRAFTS BILL TO
REVISE TARIFFS
ALL DOWN LINE
House Expert's Measure to
Wipe Out Smoot-Hawley
Sky-High Rates.
By (irrippn-Hmrnrd Xrirpaprr Allinnrr.
WASHINGTON, Jan. 3.—The first
comprehensive tariff reform pro
gram to emerge from Democratic
sources-has come in an informal
proposal submitted to his colleagues
by Representative David J. Lewis
(Oem., Md.i, a former member of
the tariff commission.
In the last campaign, the Demo
crats raised a great fuss over the
"iniquitous Smoot-Hawley rates,”
but until the Lewis plan came to
light today they had produced noth
ing calculated to revive the stagna
tion of world trade they denounced
so eloquently.
Lewis expects no action this ses
sion, but he wants his proposals
studied with a view of acting in
the expected extra session after
March 4.
The Marylander proposes as a
first step the repeal of the Smoot-
Hawley act, and a return to the
rates of the Democratic Underwood
tariff act of 1913—the Underwood
rates to be effective only on those
commodities shipped in from coun
tries which will consent to give to
United States goods the tariff rates
it had in effect July 1, 10f*4. or more
favorable since.
Except Farm Rates
For political reasons, Lewis ad
mits, an exception probably will
have to Ire made as to agricultural
rates, in order to carry out Presi
dent-Elect Franklin D. Roosevelt’s
campaign promise not to reduce the
tariff on farm products.
“This is an invitation to return
to tariff and trade normalcy,” said
Lewis. "The price levels of today
are closer to the price levels of
1913 and 1914 than they are to the
price levels of 1929 and 1930, when
the Smoot-Hawley bill was passed.
“This is just an offer of a recipro
cal trade agreement, made to all the
countries of the world. Each coun
try is free to accept or refuse. We
say to other nations: -We’re on
stilts, and you're on stilts. We’ll get
down off our stilts if you’ll get
down off yours. The key that opens
your port 7/ill open ours.’
Nations to Benefit
“The manufacturers and pro
ducers of this and other countries
must recognize that for every dol
lar of imports kept out, a dollar of
exports are kept in. And all coun
tries will benefit by an opening up
of the channels of trade.”
Lewis worked out his plan at the
request of prominent Democrats in
congress, who asked him to propose
a method of approach to the un
tangling of the tariff problems.
In addition to the provision for a
reciprocal return to pre-war rates,
the plan provides for free entry of
articles not produced in the United
States in commercial quantities, and
would allow a prompt adjustment by
the tariff commission of any of the
Underwood rates which might prove
to be out of line with present pro
duction costs here and abroad.
Lays Down Rules
Petitioners going before the com
mission for increases would be re
quired to show:
1. That the industry is one pos
sessing a natural advantage in the
United States and can be
economically and efficiently con
ducted therein. '
2. That the importations equal or
exceed SO jer cent of the wholesale
value of the domestic-consumption
or production.
3. That the total of the increased
rate requested will not exceed 50 per
cent ad valorem.
The Lewis plan also contemplates
inclusion of the Norris anti-mon
opoly provision suspending tariffs
where a monopoly price is main
tained, and the establishment of a
people's counsel for the tariff com
mission. It would include a pro
vision to carry out the Democratic
proposal divorcing the tariff com
mission from executive control and
lodge in congress the veto power
over tarifT changes.
MARLENE LOSES
CODRT CLASH
Restrained From Working
at New Studio Until Film
Is Completed.
By United I’rrss
LOS ANGELE/5. Jan. 3.—Para
mount Studios Monday won a fed
eral order restraining Marlene Diet
rich, German screen notable, from
working at any other studio until
she completes "The Song of Songs."
now in production.
A complaint also was filed de
manding she complete her fast-ex
piring contract, and to return $182.-
850 in salary alleged to have been
paid to her. but not earned.
Federal Judge Harry Hollzer. re
fused, however, to issue an order
which would prevent Miss Dietrich
from leaving the United States un
til the litigation is settled. Para
mount offhcals expressed a relief
that the actress was planning to
sail for Germany.
Miss Dietrich and her director.
Josef von Sternberg, walked out of
the Paramount. studio several
months ago in a quarrel over the
picture "Blonde Venus." They
later finished the film, but a few
weeks ago, when Von Sternberg's
contract expired, it was not re
newed.
Von Sternberg sailed for Germany
and Miss Dietrich’s new picture was
turned over to Rouben Mamoulian.
who usually directs for Maurice
Chevalier. The studio charged Miss
Dietrich was paid $4,000 a week for
four months while she was waiting
for Von Sternberg to shoot back
pi ounds for "The Song of Songs."
whereafter the director decided he
did not want to make the picture.
Miss Dietrich commented that the
suit "took her by surprise.”
Radio Dial Twisters
—:3lt P. M
NBC -P:ano Duo to WJZ
WE NR
NBC Carson Rob ison and
Dioneern to WEAF.
—6:45 P. M
CBS Boswell Sisters.
KYW 11020i- Canton orches
tra.
NBC The Goldberg* to
WEAF
NBC Balkan melodies to
WJZ.
VVLW i7ooi—Alice Remsen fc
orch.e t ,-a
WSM 'so' Dinner concert
—7 P M
CBS—Plano team
NBC Julia Sanderson:
Frank Crumtt. to WEAF.
WON 1720 -WON orchestra.
NBC—Crime Club to WJZ
•VLS <B7OI Bismarck orches
tra.
WSM (650i—Pickard family
—7:15 P M
CBS -The maz:c voile
WSM 16501 Lasses and
honev.
—7:30 P. M.—
CBS Ka* n Smith.
WBBM 17701 —Charlie Hamn.
funfest.
NBC VVavne King and or
chestra to WEAF
NBC Dr Bundesen to WJZ
— 7:15 P. M
KSTP (1460)—King's orches-;
t ra.
CBS Lvman orchestra and
Hollywood newsboy.
WON 1720 -Concert orches-,
tra.
NBC- Country Doctor to
WJZ.
—8 P. M
KYW (10201 Three strings:
Lopez orchestra.
CBS Tom Howard. George
Shelton.
NBC Ben Bernie and or
chestra to WEAF.
NBC -Musical memories. Ed
gar Guest, noet to WJZ.
—8:15 P. M
CBS—Threads of happiness.
WFBM (1200) Indianapolis
(Indianapolis Power and Light Companr)
TIESDAY
P M.
5:30- Skippv (CBSi.
5:45--Tarzan of the Apes,
fi 00 Better Bus.ness Bureau.
6:ls—Earl Hoffman orchestra (CBS).
6:4s—Life in the Navy.
7:00 and Barziotti (CBSi.
7:ls—Mazic Voice (CBSi.
7:30 Kate Smith (CBSi.
7 45 -Hot from Hollywood (CBS).
B.oo—Music that satisfies (CBS'.
8 IS Threads of Happiness (CBSi.
8:30 California melodies (CBS).
8 45—Studio proeram.
8 55—To lie announced.
!) 00 -Serenaders
9:3o—Edwin C Hill (CBS'
9 45—Mvrt and Maree (CBS'.
10:00 Evanzellstic program.
10:30—The columnist.
10 45—Isham Jones orchestra (CBS).
11:00—Aton the Indiana roof.
11 30—Lvric ballroom
11-45—Hal Bailev orchestra.
12 on Midnight —Jack Tilson orchestra.
12:30 A. M.—Sign ofL
WKBF (1400) Indianapolis
(Indianapolis Broadcasting. Inc.l
TUESDAY
P M
4 00—TPa time tunes.
4:15 —Jimmy Boyer.
4:3o—Twilight Treasure hour.
Fishing the
Air
William Hard. NBC commentator; Sen
ator Bronson Cutting. New Mexico, and
representative Henry T. Rainey of Illinois,
will open the new You and Your Govern
ment series over WENR and an NBC net
work. Tuesday, at 6:15 p. m.
Julia Sanderson and Frank Crumit will
present their usual program of old and
new numbers Tuesday, at 7 p. m., over
VVTAM and an NBC network.
■The Health Audit," will be the subject
of Dr. Herman Bundesen's talk during
the Horlick's Adventures in Health broad
cast Tuesday, at 7.30 p. m.. over V.’LW and
an NBC network.
HIGH SPOTS OF TUESDAY NIGHT’S
PROGRAMS
6:3O—NBC (WEAFi —Carson Robison
and his Pioneers.
6:45 —Columbia —Boswell Sisters.
7:OO—NBC (WJZ)—Crime Club, "Ear
Witness."
7:3O—NBC (WEAF)—Wayne King and
his orchestra.
NBC (WJZ i— Adventures in
Health. Dr. Bundesen.
B:oo—Columbia Chesterfield with
Tom Howard & Geo. Shelton.
NBC (WJZ)—Musical Memories
with Edgar Guest.
B:3O—NBC (WEAF)—Ed Wynn and
band.
Columbia—California melodies.
9:OO—NBC (WEAF)—Police drama.
Columbia—Five Star theater.
Mario Kurenko.
"The Goofy Love Song." written by the
Old Maestro and A1 Goering. his pianist,
will be presented to the audience Tuesday
at 8 p. m. over WTAM and an NBC net
work.
Tommy McLaughlin, lyric baritone, will
feature the well-loved "Rosary" by Nevin
during the presentation of "Threads of
Happiness" to bp heard over WFBM and
the Columbia chain Tuesday from 8:15 to
8:30 p. m.
Songs of the Southland and popular
American ballads as interpreted by Wil
lard Robison, evangelist of rhythm, will
be presented by his Deep River orches
tra. Lee Wiley, blues singer, Pauline
Alpert. pianist and a choir, over WENR
and an NBC network at 8:30 p. m.,
Tuesday.
How United States federal agents brought
to justice the darmg criminals who staged
The Arizona Mail Train Holdup." will be
told during a program over WENR and an
NBC network Tuesday at 9 p. m.
Maria Kurenko. known to concert audi
ences the world over as "The Russian
Nightingale." will be the soloist with
Joseph Bouime's symphony orchestra in
the Five Star theater presentation for
Tuesday She will be heard over the
WABC-Columbia netwoik from 9 to 9:30
p. m :
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TUESDAY
—8:30 P. M
KYW (1020'—Mark Fisher's
orchestra.
CBS- California melodic'
WBBM (770' —Fritz Miller'!
orchestra.
NBC Ed Wvnn and Fire
Chief band to WEAF
NBC Garcia s novelty or
chestra to WJZ
—8:15 P. M
WBBM '77o'—Band of dis
tinction
—9 P. M
KYW 10201—Globe Tro'ter;
Don Pedro s orchestra.
CBS—Five Star Theater.
NBC—Dance hour to WEAF.
'WJR (750'—Radio Reporter.
| NBC— Morin Sisters to WJZ
—9:15 P M
WBBM (770) Pollack's or
! chestra
WON (720>—Big Leaguers.
NBC The Song Sleuth to
I WJZ.
j WMAQ (670)—M usl ea 1
Feature.
—9:30 P M
KYW (1020 i— Inspector
Stevens and Son.
CBS Edwin C. Hill.
iIVGN ■ 7201 Headlines.
NBC—AI fz Pete to WJZ.
—9:45 P. M.—
IWGN (7201 Lights and
! Shadows.
|CBS Myrt and Marge to
WFBM.
NBC—liomay Bailey to WJZ
—in p. m
KDKA (9801— News: Songs;
Bradlev Kincaid.
KYW 11020) —Fisher’s or
chestra.
CBS—Barlow and Columbia
Symphony.
NBC—Weems’ orchestra to
WEAF.
WGN (720) —McCoy's or
chestra; Milligan and
Mulligan.
NBC—Lanny Ross, tenor to;
WJZ
NBC—Amos ’nu’ Andy.
4:45 News flashes.
s:oo—Myron Green.
s:ls—Vaugnn Cornish.
s:3o—Aunt Dessa and Uncle Connie.
6:oo—Dinner dances.
6:ls—Harry Bason.
6:3o—Varieties.
6:4s—The Sportslight.
7:00 Buddies orchestra with Rucll Moore.
7:15—A11-Americans.
7:3o—Jerry and Norm.
7:4s—Golden melodies.
B:oo—Orchestra
B:ls—Jennie Moore.
8 30—Our orchestra.
B:4s—Jimn.v Boyer.
9:oo—Devore Sisters.
9:ls—Worthless talks.
9:3o—Dr Sautclle’s orchestra.
10,00 —Connie's orchestra.
10:30—Radio Rangers.
11 00—Chatterbox orchestra.
11:30—Sign off.
WLW (700) Cincinnati
p M TUESDAY
4:oo—Southern Singers.
4 15—Doctors of melody. v
4:3o—The singing ladv (NBC).
4:4s—Oklahoma Bob Albright.
5 00—Dog talk bv Dr. Glenn Adams.
5:15—01d man sunshine (Ford Rush).
5:30—80b Newhall.
s:4s—Lo'-’cll Thomas (NBCi.
6 09—Amos 'r.' Andy (NBC).
6:ls—Gene and Glenn.
6:3o—Chandu. the magician.
6:4s—Alice Remsen and orchestra.
7:00—To be announced.
7:ls—The Puddle family.
7:3o—Dr. Herman Bundesen (NBC).
7:4s—Smilin’ Ed. McConnell,
B:oo—Armco band.
8 30—Ed Wvnn NBC).
9.oo—Dance orchestra (NBC).
10:00—Zero hour.
10:30—Cesare -Sodero and concert orches
tra (NBC i.
11:00—Cotton Club orchestra (NBC).
11:30—Larrv Funk's orchestra.
12:00 Midnight—Moon river.
A. M.
12:15—Jan Garber's orchestra.
12:45—And So To Bed.
I:oo—Sign off.
ANNOUNCEMENTS
1 Death Notices
KURTH. WILLIAM H.—Husband of Kate
D. Kurth. died January 2nd. Friends
mav call at the KIRBY-DINN MORTU
ARY after 4 p. m. Tuesday. Funeral
notice later.
RICHMOND, ALVA FORREST—Age 44
years, brother of Claude Richmond, Mrs.
Tvra Eaton and Mrs. James Ball, passed
away Monday at the Veterans’ hospital.
Services Wednesday, 2 p. m.. at TYNER'S
MORTUARY, 328 West Thirtieth St.
. Friends invited. Burial Crown Hill.
Friends may call at mortuary after 4
p. in, Tuesday.
SIRP, RlCHAßD—Stepfather of Harry and
Edward Owen, grandfather of Sargeant
Owen, brother of Herman Sirp of Chi
cago, 111.; George Sirp and’ Lizzie Coff
man of Indianapolis and Sarah Fullmer
of Rock Island. 111., passed away Jan. 2.
Friends may call at the Tolin Funeral
Home, 1214 Prospect, any time after 2
p. m. Tuesday. Funeral Thursday, 2
p. m. Burial Crown Hill. Friends in
vited. I Lima (O.i papers please copy. 1
VAWTER, FREDERICK ALLEN—Age 55,
helmed husband of Stella Vawter ana
father of Charles D. and Jess A, Vawter
and grandfather of Juanita M. Vawter.
passed away at residence, 108 Spencer
Are . Monday morning. Funeral at SHIR
LEY BROS.' CENTRAL CHAPEL Wednes
day. 1:30 p. m. Friends invited. Burial
Washington Park cemetery.
I Cards, In Memortams
BIOINK—We desire to thank our friends
for their kindnesses flowers and sincere
words of sympathy in our late bereaver
ment. MYRTLE BLOINK. Especially
thank Mr. Finn and Wheeler Mission.
ALBERT BLOINK. MRS. WEIBERT. _
3 Funeral Directors, Florists
W. T. BLASENGYM
Main office, 2226 Shelby St.
Branch office. 1634 W. Morri i.
Dr. 2570.
FINN BROS.
Funeral Home
1639 N. Meridian St. TA-1835,
GRIN STEINER’S
522 E. Market
RI. 5374
Funeral Home
Johnson & Montgomery
1622 N. Meridian. HA-1444.
HI SKY & TITUS
957 N. Delaware
LI. 3828
J. C. WILSON
1230 Prospect Or 6321-032?
4 Lost and Found
■ LOST AND FOUND ADS appearing
herp each dav are broadcast at 5:10 p.
m. ov-r station WKBF at no additional
charge to the advertiser Tone in on
WKBF at 5:10 each eevning and listen
to lost and found announcements.
BOSTON BULL—Spayed clog, gone since
Saturday night: reward. Peggy, 955
_ Albany.
DIAMOND RlNG—Man's, in or near M. E.
hospital cr 1300 Kentucky Ave. Liberal
toward. HU-2197.
DOG lost, small black and white. Name
Soot. Sick child's pet. Reward. WA
-0275-J
FOUND—Tire, tueb and rim. 'i sauare
north of Washington on Ingomar ave.
Saturday morning. 4 a m. Call at 1000
Ingomar.
HAT—Knox derbv. initials A. C. M . from
Pronvlarum New Year's. WA-0924
OVERCOAT —Dark gray, belted. Leaburv.
initials J. B. D. on label. Missing from
Show Boot. Reward. HA-0821.
POCKETBOOK—Ladv s black, lost in front
of Hume-Manstir Bldg. Sunday night.
Reward. HU-6085.
STOUT ladv who picked up coin purse in
Hook's Saturday, please return wedding
to cashier. Keep contents as re
_ward.
5 Personals
BEDSIDE care patients taken in trained
nurses home: SlO v. eek. CH-1700-R.
CRAIG’S
Luncheon Soda
Trv Our Sterling Chocolates.
6 E. Washington. 40 N. Penn.
FALSE TEETH. BROKEN PLATES RE
PAIRED —Teeth replaced. Called. tie
livered Save money. CARPENTER
DENTAL LAB.. 417 Virginia Ave. DR
-5967.
HACKLEY. Forrest L . 612 L-mcke. Mrs.
Matty Joe Hackkley. 408 Kahn Bldg.,
wish their friends A Happy New Year
I WILL NOT be responsible for ar.v debts
contracted bv anyone other than myself
on and after Tuesday. Jan. 3rd, 1933. A.
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Miami $23.
Union Bus Depot. 125 W. Market. Ri. 9666.
—10:15 P M
NBC—Three Keys to WEAF.
NBC—Sodero and concert
orchestra to WJZ.
WJR '7so' Thies' orchestra.
WMAQ 1670> —Dan and Syl
via,
WSM '6so' Sports Re
porter: pianist.
—10:30 P. M
KDKA (980i—Joys orches
tra: Sait and Peanuts.
KYW 110201—Canton or
chestra.
CBS—lsham Jones' orches
tra.
NBC Olsen's orchestra to
WEAF.
WGN (720'—Wavne King's
orchestra. Cummin's or
chestra.
WMAQ (670) —Dance pro
gram.
WTMJ ' 620' Dance pro
gram (2’ 2 hours'.
—II P. M
KYW (1020)—Don Pedro's
orchestra
CBS—Redman's orchestra.
NBC—Bcstor's orchestra to
WEAF.
NBC Calloway's orchestra
to WJZ.
WGN (720) —Wayne King's
orchestra.
—11:15 P. M.—
KDKA (980)—Cotton Club
orchestra.
—11:30 P. AL
KY W (10201 Edgewater
Beach orchestra.
CBS—Stern's orchestra.
WDAF .1610)—Dance pro
gram.
NBC—Robbins orchestra to
WEAF.
WGN 1720 i—McCoy's and
Levant's orchestras.
NBC —Heinie s Grenadiers to
WJZ.
—l2 Midnight—
KYW (10201 - Canton or
chestra: Lopez orchestra.
[WBBM (770) —Around the
I Town.
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CENTRAL. 1960—Nice, cheerful room, good
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ILLINOIS, 2206, N.—Large front room;
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garage optional.
NEW JERSEY. N.. 617: Apt. 2—Nice warm
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OHIO. E.. 405—Close in. good, clean beds.
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PENNSYLVANIA. N , 1347—Lovely front
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RUCKLE. 2821—Attractive room with
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chusetts. Apt, 5.
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reasonable. RI-3603.
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$3 —1238 ASHLAND—2 unfurnished rooms,
utilities furnished; also 2 furnished;
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housekeeping room; 2 front rooms; $6;
phone.
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modern front rooms, good heat, garage.
TA-2551,
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rooms, plenty heat, nicely furnished
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BROADWAY. 826—2 south rooms. $4.75; 1
mom apartment, sink. $3.75; 1 room.
kitchenette. $4.
COLLEGE. 1657 -room, kitchenette
apartment, steam heat, private entrance;
reasonable. HE-4804.
COLLEGE. 1336—2 2-room apartments;
everything furnished; running water;
good heat. LI-8013.
EAST. N.. 836 —1 or 2-room apartments,
furnished, modern, at a bargain price.
LT-5723.
ILLINOIS. N„ 3471—3 nicely furnished
rooms, private entrance; private bath;
reasonable. TA-5853.
ILLINOIS, N., 2339—1, 2. rooms, $3.50 to
_s6:_ laundry, private entrance. Ta. 71
ILLINOIS. N.. 2019—Front 3-room apart
ment, sun parlor; private bath; utilities
furnished: $22.50, TA-5042.
ILLINOIS, N.. 1726—2 or 3-room apart
ments; clean, everything furnished; pri
vate entrance.
NEW JERSEY. N.. 1232—City heat: 3
rooms, private bath, overstuffed, utili
ties furnished; reasonable.
OHIO. E„ 540—2 rooms. $3: 1 room. $1.50.
WOODRUFF PL.. 892 M. DR—Large fur
nished room with kitchenette. Private
entrance. CH-4249.
WOODRUFF PLACE—Cozy two rooms and
kitchenette, furnished; reasonable; re
_fined business women. CH-6192-R.
19 Rooms with Board
84.50: TALBOT. N.. 2144—Plenty to eat:
steam heat, carline, laundry, company
privileges. HA-3908-J.
$6 WK.: 3455 WTNTHROP—LoveIv room.
twin bods; near hath, good heat. WA-4991
NOBLE. S.. 914—Girl, private family; home 1
privileges; near carline: phone.
PARK. 2066 —Nice pleasant frcyß room;
suitable for 2; real home; reasonable.
_ HE-5483.
21 Unfurnished Apartments
Efficiency Apts.
240 E. 9th St $25.00
1108 College 27.50
1020 Central 30.00
1649-55 N. Ala 31.00
5345 E. Wash 32.00
We also have 1. 2 and 3-bedroom apts.
very reasonably priced. All apts. equipped
with electric refrigeration. Proper man
agement. clean environment.
sC]l Hakan QQ
Hemlock 1137
CENTRAL. 2342—5 rooms, heat and water.
1 month free. Rl-5994. HE-2783.
COLLEGE. 1705 —The Harold, lower 5
rooms, good heat, garage, reasonable.
WA-0544.
DELAWARE, N.. 811 —4 rooms, bath, strict
ly modern, close in; 825. LI-1800.
DELAWARE. 1728 N—Upper south, living
room, bedroom, dining room, kitchen,
large private porch, refrigeration. TA
-5813.
MAPLE ROAD. E . 403—Sunroom, living,
dining, bedroom, kitchen, heated garage.
_ WA-0703.
I'ITH. W. <2—Nicelv decorated kitchenette
apartment: heat. gas. water and ice fur
nished: 522. Call auartment No. 1. THE
GRANT.
Indianapolis Rental Agency
We furnish free transportation to in
pect furnished and unfurnished apts.,
dav or nite No obligations LI-5452.
22 Unfurnished House*
SIO—VALLEY AVE.. 2016—Semi-modern,
_4-room double, garage. water paid.
sl2: 1921 RUCKIE—S-room single, semi
modern. easily heated, garage CH-0201,
SI4—REMBRANDT. 1409—4 large rooms,
garage, .semi-modern, on Riverside bus.
HA-12T9-R.
SI4—GRACELAND. 3313—5-room. semi
_ modern garage. wa'*r paid. TA-4328.
SI4—EWING. 1123—4-room semi-modern.
garage, water paid. CH-7097. |
SIS—MICHIGAN. W.. 1409 —5-room modern
double, bath A-l condition. HE-5272.
$16.50: ADAMS ST.. 2057—4 rooms, garaged
water, shades, stove furnished. CH- I
7169-M. |
$lB. TACOMA. N. 1618—5 rooms, modern.
near Tech water naid. WA-0395.
S2O: INGRAM. 1822 —6-room modern dou
ble. garage, good condition. TA-6569.
S2O WHITTIER PL 58—Irvington; 5-
room modern, garage, water naid. RI- :
-J*?! I
$22.50 DEXTER. N. 2162—Bunga low: 5
rooms, modern, garage, water paid. HU-I
5236.
RENTALS
22 Unfurnished Houses
S2S—VERMONT, E . 3324—Single. 8 rooms,
j modern: easily heated. Beech Grove ISI-J.
S26—PARK AVE . 1615—6-room modern
double, garage, excellent condition. WA
i 2376
S3B-CAPITOL. N. 3626 Single. 5 rooms
modern, nice yard, front dr. CH-5299-M.
ADAMSST. 2859—Bungalow. 5 rooms, mod
_ vrn easily heated, garage, 822.50 RI-1533
; BRADLEY. N . 521-836- 4-room modern
bungalow double; built-in features. HU
-7458.
CAPITOL. N.. 3554—6-room modern; cheap
rent, HA-4319-M.
CENTRAL AVE.. 48TH ST.—2-way double;
48th st. side vacant. 3-bedrooms, cross
ventilation, long living room with fire
place. laundry room, garage, close to
_ schools, water paid. Rent $65.
DRAPER, 1531—5 rooms semi-modern,
water paid, gas, electricity. A-l con
duion; reduced. HU-4368. DR-3564-R
DREXEL. N„ 922—Modern 4-room double
with built-in features; reduced. WA-3347.
LASALLE. N.. 2051—Small semi-modern
double. Garage and water. sls. LI-5231.
WA-2550.
2305 N. New Jersey
Six room modern double. $18.50. LI-7491.
Gregory & Appel, Inc.
OHIO. E.. 1424—6 rooms, modern, garage,
water, near Tech. Holy Cross. DR
*SB3-M.
OLIVE. 933—4 rooms, inside toilet, elec
tricitv and gas; 810. DR-5674-T.
PROSPECT, 425—5 rooms modern. sl9.
Raymond. E., 1410, 4. 3 rooms. sl7. sl4.
Goodlet. 3 rooms semi-modern, garage,
sll. DR-4206.
SINGLETON, 2109—4 rooms, bath, clean,
sl6: water paid, DR-3509-M.
SPENCER. 23 (Irvington)—Attractive 6-
room modern double, breakfast room,
fireplace, large closets, long living room,
built-in laundry, garage. Reduced to $35.
RT-5030. '
734 Terrace Ave.
Good 8-room mod. single, paper like new.
Low rent.
Gregory & Appel, Inc.
UDELL. 1168—5-room semi-modern bath,
garage water naid; sls. RI-1533.
VERMONT. W.. 132—7-room double, good
I shape, gqod furnace. $25. HE-2835.
| WASHINGTON. E.. 4106—6 rooms, modern.
garage, water paid: $lB. IR-4732.
10TH.. E. 4909—Attractive 5-room bun
galow, built-in features. garage. IR-5339,
35TH ST.. W.. 1311—Modern double. 4
rc.oms. bath, water paid, garage. TA-6224,
35TH ST.. W\. i022—4-room modern dou
ble; built-in features; garage; water paid.
TA-6067.
SINGLE—6 rooms, modern, clean anti
warm. Reduced rent. BE-3363-W.
FOUR 5-ROOM houses, modern, semi-mod
ern. clean, redecorated, rent reduced.
RI-1148.
23 Furnished Apts, and Houses
j $3.50-$6 —Ninth st.. E. 30: large frorft 1-
room apt. Private entrance.
BROADWAY. 1919—Nicely furnished upper
duplex. 4 rooms, newly decorated, porch.
garage: $25. HE-3807.
GRACELAND, 4252—Attractively furnished.
S6O, or unfurnished 3-bedroom modern
bungalow. SSO. WA-5574-M.
NEW YORK. W.. 1628—5 rms.. bath, over
stuffed: gar.; $5 wk.; water paid. 1310
Bellefontaine; 5 rms.; utilities. RI-7725.
PARK AVE.. 2444—8 rooms, well furnished.
Frieidaire. garage; very reasonable. HE
*SSO,
PROSPECT. 2507- 6-room. semi-modern,
nicelv furnished, garage, utilities. DR
-5813.
RIVERSIDE DR.. E.. 2225—4 rooms, ex
pensively furnished double: S3O. Call to
day, references.
WALNUT. E.. 115—3 rooms, private bath,
reduced rent; see housekeper in base
ment.
24 Suburban and Farms
AUBURN, 318—2nd house Sos Vermont; 5 1
rooms: electricity; garage; Vz acre. BE
-3107-R.
NATIONAL RD., W., 6446—8 en Davis; cot
tage; 5 rooms, electricity, garden, chick
ens; sls, BE-0746.
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE
27 Houses For Sale
2 BEDROOM BUNGALOW
Washington Blvd., 4736—Attractive den;
lovely 2 lots, g a rage; reasonable. HU-5427.
27-a Real Estate Auctions
TOM VINNEDGE. Indiana's leading Real
Estate Auctioneer, 2048 Central. TA-2992.
29 Lots, Farms and Acreage
65 ACRES—6O miles southeast, fine build
ings. good fences, timber lot. running
water. 40 acres plough land, stone roads,
mail and school bus. Price $1,550, $550
down, balance E. Z. No trades. IR-4297,
MERCHANDISE
34 Miscellaneoiu For Sale
ATHLETIC show banners worth SSO; first
sls takes them. 119 W. Walnut.
BABY BUGGY—LIoyd, dark blue, good
condition: $3, 3818 Spann Ave. IR-7800.
BABY BUGGY—LIoyd, blue reed, relined'
SB. 2906 Brookside. CH-3087.
BOTTLES—Reduced prices. We deliver.
WEST END BOTTLE CO.. 534 W. Pearl
St. LI-8085.
GEOGRAPHICAL. True Story. Red*Book,
other magazines, 5c each: 161 25c: late
issues. COLE PHARMACY. 551 Ind Ave.
INVALID CHAIRS
Crutches for sale or rent; good chairs.
$2.50 per month, delivered free. Crutches
25c per mo.
_ BAKER BROS. 219 E. WASHINGTON.
KIDDY-KOOP Ivory enamel, screened. 52x
26; mattress, pillow, folds up, $3.50. IR
MAGAZINES—Love Story. Western Story
(2) for 5 cents, late issues. COLE
PHARMACY, 551 Indiana avenue.
TRY TIMES WANT ADS FOR BUSINESS.
35 Household Goods
GOOD USED FURNITURE,
STOVES, RUGS,
AT GIVE-AWAY PRICES
Odd Breakfast Chairs 59ci
Mirrors 75tf
Floor and Bridge Lamp DSC
China Closet, Walnut, new. .589.95
Gateleg Table SSS.DS
Axminster Rug, i)xl2 55.95
Good Mattresses $12.25
Smoking Stands
Breakfast Sets, 5 pieces $4.95
Kitchen Cabinets, modern. .$9.50
Metal Bed $1.95
Small lings 49c
fl-Pe. Pining Rm. Ste, Wl., $18.75
Chifforobe, Walnut $8.75
Presser $1.95
Chest $4.95
Household Warehouse
440-480 S. Illinois St.
ACUTION SALE Wed.. Jan. 4th, 9:30 a. m.,
1501-03 Madison ave. Furniture, rugs
and stoves, electric radios, Mavtag wash
er, Hoover sweeper Sate model, pianos,
antiques. 1 and 2 drawer tables, all kinds
of old silverware, lot of antique dishes
glassware, pitchers, all other kinds of
furniture. Several loads of storage
goods, plenty of furniture.
J. P. GRIBBEN AUTION & STORGE.
BURKHARDT tz SON. Auctioneer.
CLOSING OUT sale of many highgraries
of Ice Boxes. Polar Ice and Fuel Cos
2000 Northwestern. TA-0689.
DINING room suite, practically new. $35
3-picce overstuffed. $25: gas stove $2 50 :
new dinette buffet, $4.50. 318 N. Denny’.
EDEN washer and mangle; hi-oven coal
stove; Model gas range. 905 Indiana
Ave.
HEATER—Cabinet tvpe. $25 High grade
gas range; gasoline range; G) coal range,
BIG FOUR UNCLAIMED
FREIGHT STATION
CornT Caoitoi and South St.
TABLE model electric Singer: sauare tub
Maytag balloon rolls, must sei. 2333 N
LaSalle.
One used washer $lO. One
demonstrator $29.95. Service
and ' vrineer rolis for a!I makes
0 f machines.
THOR SHOP 32 N. DELA, LI-5386
36 Radios, Musical Instruments
BUESCHER baritone saxophone, recondi
tioned. SSO. Buescher alto saxophone,
reconditioned. SSO. Easy terms.
PEARSON PIANO CO.
128 N Pennsylvar.a St. LI-5513.
50c PER CALL—Exp. radio repair. mgt.(-
mng Radio Service. 201 N. Temple. CH-72i0
FREE—Radio service calls, estimate If rep
needed. LANES. 2828 E. 10th CH-0218
KELLOGG console SIO.OO
Collier highboy 18.00
Beverlv ‘9-tubei highboy 22 50
RADIO BARGAIN SHOP. 225 E. WASH.
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS for >-s Terms.
HERMANN RINNE MUSIC CO.
229 N. Penn., entire 4th floor. LI-7888.
PHILCO
COMBINATION 7-TUBE. PERFECT CON
DITION; SPECIAL PRICE $34.50: S5
DOWN. 4101 E. MICH
PIANO BARGAlN—Originally cost $1,250.
To be sold for repair bills HE-5917
RADIO SERVICE
You pay for the service on your own
radio. You do not pav for the free calls
a; NU-KAN PRODUCTS CO., 16th at Capi
tol. RI-8942.
SAXOPHONES. 's2s 00 up Free lessons.
INDIANA MUSIC CO.. 143 East Ohio, 2nd
floor. LI-4088.
MERCHANDISE
GENUINE
T ANARUS%
THE STANDARD OF WEST VIRGINIA
Always Available From These Authorized Dealers
Atlas Coal Company 1026 N. Senate Avenue Lincoln 4396
Bischoff & Fisse 2031 North Rural Street CHerrv 1292
Brockside Ice & Coal C0...1125 Roosevelt Avenue CHerrv 1567
Capital Ice Refrigerating Cos. 353 West North Street Lincoln 2313
City Ice <fc Coal Cos 728 East Washington St. Rile- * 6301
Comfort Coal <fc Coke C0...1741 Naomi Street DRexel 3439
Crow Coal Cos 212 North Pine Street Lincoln 6726
Frank M. Dell 1001 Southeastern Ave. Lincoln 1546
E. E. Heller & Cos 1924 Fletcher Avenue DRexel 1540
Hobart-Mathews Company. 602 South Capitol Ave. Lincoln 6602
Inland Coal Sc Ice Cos 1037 South Keystone Ave. DRexel <”3f>
Monument Coal Cos 701 East Washington St. 1 Inco’n 2233
North Street Coal Yard .... 212 North Pine Street Lincoln 3188
Northern Coal Cos 1415 West Thirtieth st. H \rruon 2414
Oeftering Sc Litzelman 1130 Kentucky Avenue Riley 5077
Penn Coal Cos 741 East Washington St. Rlicv 7409
Stewart Coal Cos 3539 Roosevelt Avenue CHerry 4600
Twinn Coal Cos 1549 Van Buren Street DRexel 0282
Weaver Coal & Ice Cos 11l Leota Street DRexel 220*1
West Side Cash Coal Cos. .. 110 North Richland St. BElmont"~3014
MORE HEAT PER DOLLAR
|36 Radios, Musical Instruments
’ SERVICE PHILCO AND CROSLEY SPEC
Don’t be without your radio. If vour
set has to be taken to our shop, we will
loan you one.
PAUL KERR MUSIC CO.
j CH-3036. 29 N. Temple. CH-3036
137 Furs, Wearing Apparel
COATS —Cloth; size 16-20; like new; $3 and
j $5. TA-1452. ______
MEN’S SUITS... .$4
Choose from 1.500 unredeemed and new.
SACKS BROS. LOAN CO.
308 Indiana Air, Rl-5994.
OPOSSUM FUR COAT—American broaci
t.ailet jacket: size 14: reasonable. HU
_ 3202
38 Typewriter, Store and
Office Supplies
TYPEWRITERS g^ aircd L i K !jg
TYPEWRITERS lenteu. *2.50 per mo.. $6
for 3mo Woodstock. 317 N Penn L 4712
TIMES WANI ADS make interesting reau
lne because Interesting bargains of many
klnds are listed here daily
39 Cash Coal Mart
IndianaDOli* Retail Yard*.
Free —Free —Free
HAVE YOU BEEN BURNING TOO I
MUCH COAL OR HAVING TROUBLE |
WITH YOUR FURNACE? IF SO HAVE g
OUR FURNACE INSPECTOR CALL, g
THERE IS NO CHARGE. THIS
SERVICE IS FREE TO ALL USERS OF
COAL WHETHER OUR CUSTOMERS
OR NOT.
W. Virginia --
111 % n T
W. Va. No. 5 7K
4-in. Ip., fkd 3
Isl. Cr. W. Va. AA
6-in. Ip., fkd
Tip Top W. Va. er
No. 5, 6-in. blk„ fkd VpJ.&iV#
Poca. No. 3 CA
Red Ash Shov. Lp.. . . ’•V# n swr %>/'
CITIZENS COKE, ALL SIZES
NO WHEEL CHARGE.
INDPIS ICEtRJEI
3R.2400 / A DU. 240 J
No Wheel Charge
KINDLING WITH EACH TON.
W. Va. Fkd $4.15
| (No. 5, 2x4 egg)
W. Va. Lp $4.50
(No. 2 4-in. shov.)
E. Ky. Lp $4.75
(No. 7 5-in. shov.)
Island Creek, Fkd. . .$4.50
(W. Va. 2x5 egg)
Island Creek, Lp $5.00
(W. Va. 5-ln. shov.)
Poca. No. 3 Lp 36.25 I
Poca. No. 3 M. R $5.50 S
s
‘tCONCfc/itZE With fcCDiMOtv'W
1933 Calendar with each Ton
SPECIAL COAL SALE
25c cash discount on all 2-ton coal 1
orders.
ISL. CRK. EGG CfJ
2x4 CLN. FKD sEt.JU
W. Va. $,% 54.25
Gen. Isl. Crk. $5.00
White Ash nut, cln. fkd.
especially nreoared for
cook stove or Retort a I
Best White Ash blk., cln. fkd $4.25
Union Ice
DR-4-cKLi t l<siO BIuFP avE
I It will pav you to visit our yard and •
see the difference in good coal. |
BRAZIL BLK. Cd
IND. 6-IN. FKD. SLAB: W ■
TWO TONS, CASH $8.75
LOOKS different. BURNS differqent.
IS different.
NO WHEEL CHARGE.
MANLEY - O’DONNELL
FUEL CO.
HE-1391 2108 COLUMBIA HE-1391
1933 CALENDAR
No Wheel Charge
Island Creek 55.00
Poca. No. 3 Lp. gg_sQ
Red Ash, 7-in. shov
FREDRICK COAL CO.
DR-1792. WA-5666.
We Satisfy—Free Wheeling
INDIANA. Bx 2 eo --
Furn. Egg. shov '•). i •>
RAINBOW IND. Cl o-
NO. 5. 6-in. lp.. fkd. .1)4—•)
ACE HIGH W. VA. C 7 O'
No. 5, 5-in !p. fkd 1
PIONEER IS. CRK. M)
5-in. lp,. fkd v
New River
Smokeless 5-in. lp.. shov vO..)U
Bennett Coal Cos. DR. 4252
BURN COAL—NOT DOLLARS
NEW DEAL. <2-0-
W. Va.. 5-in. fkd CO.~-> .
IND. 4TH VEIN. C I A A
4-in. lp fkd Oi.OU
LONG LIFE <5- A A
W. Va.. 4-in. lp.. fkd OO.UO
WILSON COAL CO. CH 2400,
We’ll Keep the Home
Fires Burning
Iloosier Coal & Oil Cos.
HE-1331. lIE-1332. HE-1333
Free Wheeling
Sexson Bros. Coal Cos.
WOOD—Furnace or grate. $2.50 cord, de-
livered. DR-5041-W Dav or night.
WEAVER COAL AND ICE CO. |
DR-2201, No wheel charge. DR-2201.
WOOD—Beech, fireplace and furnacct. 16 1
and 18 inch. S3. CH-6043.
MERCHANDISE
Old Reliable West Va. gi
! s£>i 0
No Wheel Charge
OFF 1 CAR
INDIANA QQ IK
No. 5. fkd.. 6-in. Ip .1 tJ
ISLAND CREEK <5/1
W. Va., 4x2. Egg fkd
WEST VIRGINIA Q/jfl
Lumpy No. 5 Mine Run....
WEST VIRGINIA 1%
4-in. lp No. 5.. fkd
ISLAND CREEK Vfr Qfl
4-in. In.. W. Va. fkd C*
E. KENTUCKY eg M
POCA. No. 3 EA
Red ash. shov. In. LJ(tsiSi JJ
CITIZENS COKE $7.25. $7.75
Federal Coal Cos. CII. 2291
40 Wanted to Trade
TREATMENTS for used car or whet have
vou? I)R. CRUM’3 General Health Serv.
ice. 1431 E. Wash . RT-1121.
41 Wanted to Buy
fH ALL FURNITURE
CALL MR. PIERCE. RI. 2013
M WHEN YOU ARE READY TO
m SELL YOUR OOODB.
We are the largest buyers and seilerr
ot used merchandise In the state.
WF PAY THE BEST PRICFS _
HIGHEST CASH PRICES
For
Shotguns. Rifles. Old Go!d and Sliver.
Lincoln Jewelry & Loan Cos.
SELL YOUR OLD GOLD
and old watches and dental bridges direct
to a gold buyer.
SACKS BROS. LOAN CO.
308 Indiana Ave. RI-5994
WANT furniture, 4 to 6 rooms: also odd
nieces; highest prices. lIU-7274
WANTED—Used Baby's plav pen. HA
-1662.
WE BUY OLD GOLD
SELL YOUR OLD GOLD DIRECT
Gold refiner. Highest prices paid for
gold teeth, bridges, crowns. discarded
jewelerv. watches. Cash naid. Bring to
STANDARD GOLD REFINING CO.
423 LEMCKE BUILDING.
Cor. Pennsylvania and Market Sts.
LIVESTOCK
43 Horses, Cattle, Poultry
DUCKS, fries. 15c; hens. 17c: tur
keys. rabbits, fresh fish, ov.jrrs.
MURPHY FISH & POULTRY CO.
630 Indiana Ave. RI-0120
financial"'
14-a Securities
BUILDING & LOAN STOCKS
BOUGHT or SECURITY for LOANS
SCHLOS3 IIRO. INVESTMF.N r CO.
SELL u.s your old accounts and notes
Majestic Finance. 702 Inland Bldg. LI
-4600. See us today.
TIMES WANT ADS mane interesting re a o
mg because interesting bargains of many
kinds are listed here daiiv
id Personal Property Loans
j HAVING TROUBLE i
Making Ends Meet? j
: A ‘'PERSONAL" loan will (Give ytwr
j problem quickly. You can arrange to
repay a small amount monthly in accord
' ance with your income.
For quick service,
; phone, wri'e or come in.
PERSONAL
FINANCE (9.
34 3. Pennsylvania St. 1
RI. 5054 :
FURNITURE LOANS
DIAMOND LOANS
2r V
LOWEST IN CITY
NO EXTRA CHARGES
Rates 2:9 whether $1 or S3OO
balance.
Inapls. Public Welfare Loan
330 OCCIDENTAL ELDG. RI-3587
DON’T LOSE YOUR AUTO fl
OTHERS PAID OFF.
MORE MONEY ADVANCED
•We make loans on ALL H
cars regardless of make H
or year. You can get H
MORE money on your uh
SACKS BROS I
AUTO LOAN CO 1
303 INDIANA AVE. RI. 5994. J,\
JAN. 3, 1933
FINANCIAL
IS Automobile Loans
pH
YOUR CAR?
If rcu can't meet vour pavmcnts
we wi.i refinance vour car make the
payments iower. _or give vou cash.
” ' :*cmV!,r
legal rate will orevai l until maturity
LINCOLN
AUTO LOAN CO.
AUTOMOTIVE
Autos For Sale
1933 SPECIALS
1927 Ford coupe 3 15
1929 Ford A coupe 100
1929 Ford A Tudor .... 100
1927 Peerless Coupe Rd. 50
1927 Buick Coach 125
1928 Chrysler 02 Sed. .. LSO
1929 Auburn Sedan 150
1 1927 Willys-Knight Sed. 75
I C. H. WALLERICH CO.
Chrysler and Plymouth
950 N. Meridian
RI- 4574
Open Evenings and Sunday
100- E. Washington
; The-,., are n fez of the crV we hr a
' to iV‘ R " C V' o \>' s hv rru ate owners lor sale
Buick M 2 Sedan.
Huicx mu .jo.i(i . 9325.
LaSalle 29 koiio.,
] Oakland 30 Coach. *325
I Chevrcfet .11 t>eaau. J 25.
t fpsex 29 Coupe, si.s.
Whippet 29 S u.in, 514.5.
I Oakland '2B Coupe. slls.
i loro JO coupe, s 175.
I Buh-k 9-door Sedan, $45.
i * 1 R Qe and Verm'-. LI-7383
K '■* 1 * : -i. ter Victoria coupe, good
_t_ires and motor; need SJS cash. Kl-zt>74
j CHEVROLET. 1931 COUPE. 5295—HABS
; LHE ] Wa .:. RI-5325.
Ct , iE ,WP LE ? - 19 “ 7 Sedan; $65, HARE
052 E- U
! 1y 32 coach, less than 3.000
j nii.t-s on sccetlo.; traded on anew V-r
I fFri 1 ’ rea! va iue jefi. $395; $75 down, oak
tr:n;... Rov Uilmtiu Cos.. Inc. 720 N
i Mrrjnmn. LI-73 74.
CHEVROLET, 1923 SEDAN. Good con-
I ~ CI ..i oll ’ sioj. 820 North Meridian.
|Ce K i SueK -o.i lo.ii ii. 11.-., n ns a pin
Ini oU thu rtain v cou , la i!t ’ 1 il lat 01 tpr. out
II ”S °ne. univ $695. Rov Wilmeth
- 1 1 ■- 1 v- Meridian St 1 f-,374.
j U Y7 OI :' O k ‘-uoor sedan; 13.860 actual
nf l m',i?" v T , l)y f* and< ‘*' i - v gentleman; out
ol work and lott here to sell. Make an
offer ROY WiLME'TH CO 720 N Me
! . ridian St. 11-7374
, u '-’ 9 :u -del Victory Coupel Come
—' ( 11 at 9125. 820 North Meridian
!lfsJ£h S fl-^5 $15 - CH£V;
1929 ESSEX COUPE
Completely reconditioned. New paint
uaV 2fi J ,, and0 '’' u BOSEY MOTORS. Inc.!
1133 Meridian St.
F '99„ u ' COUPE, $195. HARE CHEV.
■552 E. War!inigton St. RI-5325.
iOi.il J 1 Pi ; like new; low mileage*
I s2's; private owner. BE-J 513.
G'ORO vvu'.'K 1929 Good serviceable car.
; W3O, Tudor. ik'L i(CY WILMtU
! l-0.. (20 ... Me mian St LI-7374.
coupe."S27,).' lIOY WiLMEfH
CO., ,z 0 North Meridian St. LI-73 74.
FORD. 1931 Tudor dan; new tire:-' s*>7s
PA’’ U Vh II .V B°, 10 £ la3. ROY WILMETH
CO., 720 N. Meridian St. LI-7374.
i'Ordor $295. ROY WILMETH
0 • - Meridian ot. LI-7374.
roadster: buy it tv> start "the
lor .sl4a; S3 a cash, balanco
t.m.s. Ton will pay S4O more for (his
spring- Hov Wilmeth Cos
i(, i;l> 1531 -id. coupe, rlhiii. verv low
mileage only $275: SSO down. bal. term .
* nc th Cos.. Inc.. 720 N. Meridian.
A.)RD 1931 phaeton, $245 ROY Will
MI ,=1 CO, 720 77. Meridian st LI-7371.
LORD. 30 Tudor; very good* bargain' $215
H AND < . ITRAL ,\i J-.- 'i*A* 3 : t.u *
ford. 1929 COUP3, $3.3; $25 down 1933
price-, are lower ROY WILMETH CO..
_ 720 North Meridian S' LI-7374.
FORD rudoi. modi i r. ext . cli :m. ' K . o i
~ r< ; s ' a bargain at $45. Also Ford model
03,ri i S' i,; h l UU336. CiCan at s2 °’ 860 E '
" - " LI R 73 V 74 Wllm€th
1 . ' 145 Rt WU th
‘ Gian SI. LT-7374.
‘ J 9 coupe, $95! Roy Wilmeth Cos.,
'2O N. Meridian St. LI-7374.
' e. model a- a beauti
tires, driven onlv 9.000 miles. S2O do\ .
3908-J° alh ° r tradC ’ 2M Talb P t * KA ‘
OAKLAND Coach: 6 w. w.; $135 jJaiiP!
C HEV.. 552 E. Washing!on. RI-5325.
OLDS sedan '1920', good shape; 4 Ge -
eral tires, radio; private owner' $225
• ' 535 S. Illinois. LI-1612.
| SEP, our stock of real bargains in 1933
j transportation. ABELS A* FINK AUTO
I CO.. 53a N. Capitol Ave. LI-1112.
HI RE tl place "1 bu ryo ir used ci s
triD'KN; price:- never lower FRANK
HATFIELD CO., 623 N. Capitol Ave FI-
A FINE selection of higbgrade exchanged
$1025 Broa(i rar -s e in prices. $25 u>
CENTRAL BUICK CO.
120 W North St. LI-193*
DON'T delay, get ref for 1933 with offer
5a,,.--? and u; ’ cd car: ' "Make tracks for
SACK BROS AUTO LOAN CO
303 N. Capito’ Ave.
' ’• I FOB BOSCTEB
31 Trucks, Tractors. Trailers
HE SOTO 1930 De Luxe sedan deliver."
ah im.v tire;. You would be proud to
iTnV Xm; f ‘i n " ~n thls tr,,r k: on! *
xioo (n h. balance tt ;m . ROY wtl
’' ' 20J Merit St/I T -V.' ’ :
I'M® 1930 pane! truck, only t|iv • >
rn h '-.nw n M term., ROY WILMETH
CO,. 72.0 LI-7374
REPOS lESSED TRACTOR worth th
TOTTve ro • s . rn ?;: ,raUor - mack
iKUCfisS 4.j 0 Fast Washington St
SEE THIS ONE '
G M C Tractor less than 1 year old' 6
cylinder: full floating axle. 32x6 ten ply
tires. Like new.
MANY OTHERS.
Trac'ors. Trailnrs
GENERAL MOTORS USED TRUCK DEPT
31 W. 13th St. ' '
_H. SAND VS, LI-7467.
53 Accessories, Tires, Parts
USED TIRES 1
Guaranteed 2.000 Miles. V I
Taken in trade on Generals. I
Others guaranteed up to 8 000
miles at slightly higher prices.
The General Tire Cos.
838 N. Delaware. St. LI-5533.
55 Autos Wanted
WANTED—Used cars to sell for priva'e
owner -: guaranteed quick sale 1352
East Washington St. LI-7383.
Will pay casn for your car or eatutv
1. WOLF AUTO CO.
LI S6! North Can Pol
WILL pav cash for good ussed cars Be-t
, prices in 'osti
EVANS MOTORS
81-805;,
LEGALS
56 Xdtgal N'oticcs
ANNUAL MEETING—Of stockholders and
election of directors of the INSURANCE
F-AINGo AND LOAN ASSOCIATION.
Inc/ ina Trust Bldg. Monday, Jan-
bary 9,
58 Legal Auctions and Sales
WE WILL SELL at Public Auction or"
Hudson Brougham. 1923 model, motor
number 515778 for repair charges
amounting to $133 at 10 a. m. Thursda-.
Jan 12. 1333. C. L Birckett. R. R.
1 Box 243 Indianapolis
DODGE touring. 1925. motor No. A 212-789.
will be sold, Wednesday. January 11th.
1933 for storage and repairs amounting
to $25.
MASTER PAINT AND BODY CO
028 N Penn. St.

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