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   Chester Times (Newspaper) - October 9, 1933, Chester, Pennsylvania                              TWELVE CHESTER TIMES CHESTER PA MONDAY OCTOBER 9 1938 PARKSIDE GIRL WEDSHOOKMAN Dorothy M Lewis Is Bride of Paul Rowe Local News Other ICKES URGES SPEED ON ROAD PROJECTS Miss Dorothy M Lewis daughter of Mr and Mrs Ellis Lewis of 23 West Chelten road became the bride of Paul Rowe of Marcus Hook In St Pauls Episcopal Church In Chester on Saturday afternoon at 230 oclock The Rev Stanley V Wilcox pastor of the church performed the ceremony The bride wore a dress of pale blue WASHINGTON Oct Ickes public works administrator has asked Governor Pinchot and all other state governors to expedite their federal and highway construction programs Ickes said that projects to cost only of the allotted Pennsylvania have been approved He asked Pinchot in a telegram to ad vise me what you can do to expedite this important work so that men can be put to work as soon as possible He made it a point that of the 2160 projects approved in the nation con struction has started on orily 757 Contracts have been awarded he said for 1359 projects The federal fund totals On the basis of these figures it satin made on oldfashioned lines would be possible throughout the na a braided hat of pale tion to have 1000 more highway proj blue She carried a bouquet of pinkiCcts under construction Ickes ns rosebuds and blue delphinium i sorted Her cousin Miss Helen Myers was in urging the governors to expedite her bridesmaid and wore a pale pink the work he reminded them of ween tne satin dress made similar to the brides and a pink braided hat i Arthur Rowe brother of th3 bride grooniwas his best man i Following the wedding a reception was heldatthe home of the brides parents for members of the immedi ate families and a few friends After awedding trip in Atlantic City N J Mr and Mrs Rowe will make their home at 23 West Chelten road A large congregation attended the Rally Day services held yesterday morning and evening at the Parkside Methodist Episcopal Church Elson W Sheffield formerly of the Chester Y M C A was the speaker at the morning services and a pro gram was lapse of time Between tne DISTRICT SCOUT TROOP HOLDS RALLY In the neighborhood of five hun dred Boy Scouts from District Six of Southwest Philadelphia with their parents enjoyed a Scout Blng at Tully Memorial Country Club Glen olden on Saturday afternoon and evening An Interesting feature of the event was a field meet in the afternoon won by Woodland Baptist Troop 115 with Troop 354 of Mount Calvary Presbyterian Church second and Troop 102 of Richardson Memorial Presbyterian Church third After supper there was a large camp fire In which various stunts were indulgedv in by the different troops participating There was an Indian story by Horace Shorty who told of the origin of the giant cactus Indian dances by members of Troops 115 and 15 sing ing and the Scoutmasters benedic tion The meet was In charge of Charles Pilkington of Troop 49 connected with the Ninth Presbyterian Church RUSSIAN CHARGES AGAINST JAPAN Soviet Says Tokio Planned Plot to Seize Railway Eastern banning of Chorle Ruah of Troop U5 was construction ul I111 100TH BIRTHDAY IS CELEBRATED Noted Educators Take Part in Exercises Haverford College at Haverford College at Haverford DATE FOR RED CROSSRflLL CALL Preparations Complete for Beginning Campaign on Armistice Day Backed by a national organization Uncle Wiggilys Corner UNCLE WIGGILYS PUMPKIN PIE MOSCOW Oct Japanese diplomatic relations already embittered became tense today So viet Russia formally charged that high Japanese officials plotted to seize the Chinese Eastern Railway In which Russia has part ownership Russia published four documents to that Japanese representatives in Manchoukuo Manchuria had planned the arrest of Russian railway officials and had mentioned seizure of the railway as a possibility Three of the documents were al leged to be reports of General Ta kiishi Hlshikari Japanese ambassador to Manchoukuo to his lorelgn office nnd the fourth a report from the Japanese counsul at Harbin to Gen eral Takashl The railway running through Man1 between Russia and China is of tremendous strategic Importance both to Russia and Japan Since the seizure of Manchuria from China and Its conversion into a stateunder Jap anese protection Japan has sought to buy Russias half Interest Ne gotiations for sale have proved fruit less The documents published today purported to reveal that Japanese representatives at Harbin Man choukuo helped to plan arrest of Russian railway officials One summarized a conference be By HOWARD ft GAKIS Copyright 1933 by Howard R Garis NurseJane Whoooo Nurse Jane I called Uncle Wiigglly to his muskrat lady housekeeper one morning as he slid down the front stair banister rail and hopped to the kitchen Are you there Of course Im here squeaked Miss Fuzzy Wuzzy who was giving the dishes their daily bath What is It It wcxs too by 5S eS the Centenary of llwlth cords of service to humanity school under the direction of the founding on baturaay MI j ranging over a period of more it was dcclded to raid Russian pcrintendent Ward B Pearson Miss I tne colleec will seek toin a century and with a similar railway offices and arrest officials Mary Lou Humphreys and Miss Ruh ll 01 instead record of community service by the found there Bridwell recited Charles Burdlfk Ly i H t I I r h Two other documents purported to coirrtr1 fnrrtttt en the StrftWbridgC McniOlKU UDSClVft Amprinnn Rnrl Cross Annual nrmncdti rr Mr Longears she asked him forma like and polite though ofien sh called him Wiggy That is whe Mrs Longears wasnt around What about a pumpkin pie asked the rabbit gentleman twinkling his pink nose at Nurse Jane Oh its much too early for pump circular piece out of the stem end f the pumpkin With the piece of tern for a handle the bunny lifted ut the piece Then from within the umpkin he scooped out all the seeds eaving the yellow vegetable hollow Again the bunny tried to roll his lumpkin but still it was too heavy le didnt know what to do until all f a sudden along came two cute red potted Squiggle Bugs Why dont you get inside the pumpkin and roll it home that way by iggling and joggling asked the Squiggle Bugs Here you are almost at the top of a hill You can easily oil yourself andthe pumpkin home down the hill But Id need somebody to give me a push to start me said Uncle Wig gily twinkling his pink nose again Well push you said the kind Squiggle Bugs O K said Uncle Wiggily Into the pumpkin he crawled curling up iike a cruller He held the top fast from within by gnawing holes in U and putting his paws in them Here you go buzzed the Squiggle Bugs They gave the pumpkin a push and a shove Down the hill It rolled with the bunny in it and soon he was safe at his bungalow and Nurse Jane made him a fine pie So if the clothespin on the line doesnt pinch the red stocking on the leg Ill tell you next about Uncle Wig gilys corn tent CRIMINAL CASES LISTED THIS WEEK Montgomery played several cornet se lections Mrs Cecil T Hippie gave a violin solo The Parkside Parent Teachers Association attended the service in a body Dr E M Ferguson Presbyterian minister of Swarthmore delivered the sermon at the evening services The junior choir of the church furnished the music Mrs Warren A GUES of West Avon tory built in memory of William Justus StriwbiicJge by his kinsmen The centenary exercises were partici pated in by delegates from 120 unl Roll call committee are perfecting their plans for the membership drive which will open on Armistice Day versities colleges scientific instituNovember 11 and continue to Tlwnks tions arid learned societies marched In academic procession Some values in education stand shall try not to go off the gold standard at Haverford prom ised Dr William Wistar Comfort road entertained at her home hon1 nririnni n Haverford College oring her daughter Dorothy on her sXrdlnat vttiitli 1iHo ii a giving Day There could not possibly be a more appropriate day for the district work ers lo begin their canvass for mem bership from tjic homes in their re spective communities than the day shouldnt really be eaten until Thanksgiving you know Yes I know said Uncle Wiggily cr dUonPof the railway and Ami I lptcnd eat pumpkln pie at Trill r kC m I P HJir ft ivs upon which the nation observes the other arrests close of the late world struggle on getting them to present claims on the basis of which Manchoukuo would seize tlu road The fourth recounted an alleged conference from which the Man choukuoan representatives were ex cluded where the actuals names of Russians to be arrested were listed and arrangements were made for orng er augr H otcsiecj against subordinat close of the late world struggle on i ninth birthday Games were played m physical development of students the battlefields of France Doing dis MISMANAGEMENT and prizes awarded to barnuci r i man and Eleanor Ruby The guests were Dorothy Anderson Joan Broadbent Dorothy Bateman to development of trained athletic aster war and home service squads who trade upon the name of j ninny years it was not until for the I an educational institution for the pur members of the emergency groups of Joan Broaaoent uorotny aaceman pose o it the World War days Red Cross organ Betty Jean Booth Dorothy Chctty Praising Haverfords ideal of quality i ization came into contact with the Marie Cullin Eleanor GrafT Ruth Kettle Wanda KettleElaine McDow ell Claire Nash Marlon Purdy El eanor Ruby Betty Lorraine Ward Edgar Anderson Samuel Bateman Howell Chetty Jr Tommy Deltman Matthew Purdy Jr Harry Pullin Truman Pullin Jr Ronald Slawter and Vernon Ward Mr and Mrs John W Gamble Jr of 220 East Avon road entertained their bridge club at their home on Saturday evening The members are Mr and Mrs Harry Coppock Mr and size Dr William Mather Lewis president of Lafayette College told the audience that Haverfords cen tenary gives renewed hope for the ultimate triumph of what is great over what is big Haverfords hiph conception of scholarship and discipline and its soldiers In the camps and field of buttle and In the war hospitals that many persons came to n full realiza tion of the grent extent of the gen erous service rendered by the organi zation At the present time the emergency measures which have and are being effort to teach men to think jmct by the American Red Cross in lo icrlij ftTirf fnr nTpmcnl voc noAit straight and for themselves were lauded by Dr James Rowland president of Yale He urged that colleges must make ancw and much more coherent effort to assure a vivid Mrs Preston Lilley and Mr and Mrs i socsai consciousness in our students Philip Walker m sending them back into the life of Mrs Roy Taylor of 108 East Roland the community with a deep and abid jng to serve the needs of their every community under the present stress of economic difficulties have reached a scope which evenly matches the war day endeavors in thi amount of work required of the executive and the amount of funds expended in the relief measures in each com munity served by a Red Cross branch as part of the national network road has returned from a visit Whitehaven Md i uma Work carried on in depression re Jossph H Turnley 3d of 6 West Dr Angcll warned that a grave m trr nncdy o Forrestview road spent the weeki danger confronts the privately en1 y p end in Leesburg Va visiting his dowed unjversitics and colleges as j nn fiirtc rpnt Mr nnd Mrs JOSenll untl ninltitnlrtori hv luc lUHUh grandparents Mr and Mrs Joseph H Turley Sr Mr and Mrs Ober R Baker of 128 East Roland road attended a dinner party at the home of Mr and Mrs J Raymond Henderson in Media on contrasted with those maintained by states or municipalities by the In crease in attempts to deprive them of their traditional freedom from taxation Such action he pleaded means crippling of their resources 1 and discouragement of new bcnefac Friday evening a Stanley Hockman of 28 West tions for endowment Bsechwood road celebrated his first Chester and vicinity birthday on Saturday was repre sented by Robert B Greer an attor The meeting of the Sunday School ncyatlaw Dr T Chookley Palmer Board of the Parksids Methodist anc Lewis Palmar ot Middletown Church called for this evening has j road the latter graduating from the been postponed until Wednesday college in 1911 find JudgeAlbert evening This evening members of s Dutton MacDade and Mrs MacDade the board Sunday school teachers Of this city and officers and members of the congregation have been invited to attend a dinner denominational rally at the Arch Strait Methodist Church at Broad and Arch streets in Philadelphia f Those who wish to attend the din icrms ner are asked to meet at the Parkside Upland Mr and Mrs Leslie Broomall of visited relatives and during the wcek Thanksgiving But pumpkins are ripe now I saw some in a field of corn yesterday And if I were to bring you a pumpkin Nurse Jane would you make me a pie I would of course was the answer But as I said it is early Well I can be practicing said Uncle Wiggily with a laugh I will eat pumpkin pie now and be in good shape to eat more at Thanksgiving time Atta baby Nurse Jane Ill go get a pumpkin PREFERRED Hot altoeethsr pleased with the way i iVUi AJJVJXUJUF Longears said atta baby to nstp 1 but still remembering he was a jolly old rabbit Nurse Jane sozzled the church at 630 oclock Times Readers Foreoi No leuors will be printed with out the slcnature ol the writer Mrs George Crothers of Tenth and Church streets entertained Miss Margaret Crowe nnd Mrs Elwood Mltzger of Philadelphia nnd Mrs Margaret Heath of Maryland dur ing the weekend Le Roy Crothers of Tenth and LIQUOR ENFORCEMENT Prospect Park Editor Chester Times Dear Sir Oct 4 1933 Church streets who has been ill is improving Mr and Mrs Samuel Klee Jr nnd daughter Patty of Woodlyn vis ited Mr and Mrs Samuel Klee Sr of Mulberry street yesterdny A meeting of the Burns Bible class of the Methodist Church was held at the home of Mrs James Lister of Main street Those present were sd by the particular chapter working in tha community and Ui2 results of the Roll Call each year are the mea ures by which tha relief to be rf forded needy families must b gauged Red Cross executives can see nhea of them a difficult winter of cxten sivc relief work nnd every possibl effort upon tin part of the Roll Ca workers and the members of com munity who support the drive by tho membership contributions will be required to keap the needy fam ilies supplied with daily wants The Roll Call commutes will be headed this year by Samuil J Ster rett general secretary of the Y M C A and for many years connected with campaign work in a number of communities where he has been con nected with Red Cross committees and the Y M C A With a group of volunteer assistants Mr Sterrett is working out a program and his as sistants are soliciting the assistancs of volunteer roM call workers to make the actual canvass of every home in the Chester Chapter area An effort is being made to have those ladies canvass their respective neighborhood fcr memberships in addition to a number of spscialized groups of workers who will conduct membership tables in the lobbies of banks and at other central business Charges of mismanagement of the flairs of the Interstate Milk Pio ncers Association were made today iy a firm of accountants which udited its books and promptly de nied by tho associations secretary nnd former treasurer Coincidental with the release of the Emanuc Friedman attorney or a group of four stockholders in he association at whose behest the investigation ws made announced he formation of a stockholders re organization committee Friedman also called for the resig nation of the entire directorate of Interstate I Ralph Zollcrs secretary of the Interstate in a statement declared the audit to be incomplete and the conclusions therein improperly Robert F Brinton former treasurer of the association alco de nied the charges dishes in the soap and water Meanwhile Uncle Wiggiiy hopped over the fields and through the woods I must find a pumpkin he said Theyre in a corn field In a little while Mr Longears found the corn field The stalks of com had been cut and were piled in upright heaps like little tents all over the field Between the corn stalks were golden pumpkins gleaming in the sun The farmer who owned this corn The second week of the September term of criminal court opened at Media this morning with two murder cases attracting attention The murder defendants are Rich ard Ragone 16yearold West Phila delphia boy and Luigi Pugliese who was a fugitive for 10 years being cap tured in New York State only a few weeks ago The trials at Media this week will be conducted by the three local judges W Roger Fronefield John M Broomall and Albert Dutton Mac Dade Judge McPherson of Gettys burg was to have sat on the local bench this week but he had to cancel the engagement The list of cases scheduled for to morrow follows Daniel Dougherty breaking and entering and assault and battery Edward J Carney crating auto while intoxicated John Ryder breaking and entering John Garofolof maintaining bawdy house Thomas Martin solicitation Irene Kennard fornication Kenneth A MacAlpine breaking and entering and larceny John J H Voighteberg op erating auto while intoxicated and failure to stop and render assistance Joseph E Marks operating auto while intoxicated Catherine Poster lar ceny Minia Steuber alias Elizabeth Steuber larceny Howell H Corson I assault and battery by automobile and I operating auto while intoxicated Richard K MrClain violation securi ties act Leonard C Stackhouse manslaughter James Thesing lar The Thrift Family a grand coKecfion of refics buf as ash con tainers theyre nol so haf Just look at that One Day Bargain ici r J V All Home field said Uncle Wiggily to himself said he didnt mind how many pump kins I took So Ill take a large one now for Nurse Jane to make me a practice pie Uncle Wiggily gnawed the pumpkin loose from the vine leaving a short green stem on it for a handle by which he could carry it But when the rabbit gentleman tried to lift the pumpkin he found it was too heavy COUNTY MOTORIST for him TTT7TT I should have brought my wneel LOSES PRIVILEGES barrow he said I coind have rolled j the pumpkin into that and it would James Pilkington larceny LilI lian Burrows violation liquor laws laws Thomas violation liquor Coyle prostitution Heavy Sheet Steel BUSHEL For Ashes Rubbish Groin Vegetables Etc Frank Trainer larceny Daniel Dougherty assault and battery GERMANY IMPOSES CODE ON NEWSPAPERS Comparative Value Elsewhere Each the cards if 113 drivers Of this numj began to roll his iiiu y nnrpnr hprrnn m roll a 1 snHsra than the nreccdine week Ooeratms i than the privileges cations this year to date total 1709 and suspensions 2996 large IQ suspensions i rhht BpnHernan Drivers whose cards were revoked included Henry Bailey 3 Dutton Mill road Chester Plaza Aston township One motorist this county was among those to have his driving priv t k said th o O i i t entleman I must think ot some other way to get my pumpkin So he thought and thought and thought and then he gave a jolly laugh and said ileges suspended He was Arthur C h it Wilson Jr of 05 Felton avenue I ds inside Collingdale Harold Davis of 7 Van j Jee doesjnt Horn street Lmwood was among t and fch make the pumpkin those to have his drivers license re ul scoop out the pumpkin Nurse tne Jeeds to make those to have his drivers license re stored by thebureau say In your editorial of even date you Mrs Charles Wood Mrs James Mac Mrs the drys could render usetul Donald Mrs George Ewing public service right now in helping Samuel Forsythe Mrs Esther Klee thsir fellow citizens to find a prac and the tencher Hugh Bums tical method of controlling the liquor traffic Earnest ot Churcn street visited After having found a practical i Francis Burk at the Mt Airy school method will you kindly inform me j Mrs William Klineyoung of A new plan will be put Into effect this year by the roll call chairman who has arranged to have the drive workers report at noon each day dur ing the drive at the Y M C A build ing with the results At the meeting place a running record Mr and Mrs Frank Burk and son 1 board will be constructed in the form KELLY AND WIFE ON TRIAL FOR KIDNAPING hevy rll scoop tham out as if I were making a Jack oLantern Then I can easily roll my pumpkin home With his knife Uncle cu BERLIN Oct re sounding phrases emphasizing an I editors duty to the Reich the ficial gazette today published the new j aw which effectually puts an end to freedom of the press in Germany Editors violating its provisions are subject to dismissal blacklisting fines and prison terms depending upon the seriousness of their offense Editors are denned as all editorial workers oh Newspapers periodicals and news agencies with some excep tions in special departments such as financial pages The editors are first of all required truthfully and to the best of their knowledge to report and write ths faces of any news story 26 AUTOMOBILES STOLEN Robbers and sneakthieves had a busy weekend in Philadelphia which included theft of 2S automobiles two major holdups which netted about and numerous burglaries who is to do the enforcing Church street returned to her home of a giant thermometer and each day the results will be graphically shown on the chart so that all the OKLAHOMA CITY Oct George Machine Gun Kelly and his redhaired wife Katherine went on trial of 14 persons indicted for the kidnaping of Charles F Urschel The scene was the same fortified machine gun guarded Federal buildj ing where Harvey J Bailey Albert i L Bates Katherine Kellys parents and minor defendants were convicted and sentenced for the most profitable abduction on record Both were defiant They said they would go to the chair before they would admit guilt Both pleaded not We have on the statute books of on Saturday from the hospital workers may understand how near gtiilty surprising their own attor Fennsylvania a law controlling the i Mr and Mrs E A Beam of 1 drive receipts the total goal they are coming in the sale of beer which requires that the j Eighth street and Mr and Mrs Wilj Of the moneys rcveived by the Rod place in which beer is to be sold must Ham Esling of Upland road visited 1 Cross from the membership roll call j ATT TTDPT have an area of not less than three i Mr and Mrs Charlie Beam near leach ycnr only a minute part goes hundred square feet and cquippsd willow Grove yesterday I to the National American Red Cross with tables nnd chairs accommodating jorm Mahoncy Jr 9y neys who had announced they would plead guilty I 40 persons at one time This is exi o yearold son j organizations the greater part being JIR j0hn Mahoncy of retained for the local area work of elusive of the counter stool which i sixth anrt church streets is a the chapter The Chester Chapter must bs fixed tient in the Chester Hospital suf home service section includes in its IS FOUND SLAIN ROANOKE RAPIDS N C Oct j Marvel Cullum 23 who was a witness Does this law mean anything to our ferinp from musics sustained when endeavors relict work in this citv i in the Cannon quadruple murder case county treasurer It docs not I ne fcn from hjs bicycie A miik boUle and all the communities along the i in Boydtorrn Va several months ago These prices may not last S 1934 ATWATER KEHT A Quality Product MODEL O7 H nts and vcms in his lcft Tnc accident occurrcd Saturday have written him and given concrete hat nc was carrying brokc cutting instances of violations of this law J a and he never even acknowledged the We have a place in this at Propect avenue and the pike which has seating ac commodations for 19 Is anyone simple enough to believe that liquor dealers are going to bs lawabiding whrn our own public of ficials ignore these statutes Delaware river from Marcus Hook to the upper end of Tinicum township at the Philadelphia border was found slain yesterday near her home here Her throat was slashed and her Francis Kohland was the leader of j During tha years of lean financial j and bodv severely beaten i the Epworth League at the Methodist times of the families in the area of investigated the possibility j Church last evening Lewis Henry tnc chapters operations csn truth ncrcj somf connection between sang a solo The contest which is fully say that their very existence ner deat ancj lne slaying of the four being held has created much enthu has depended on the efforts of trie Cannons on thgir farm home j eve Red Cross Chapter whcse workers lng Just take a drive through the county bv and look around at the hot dos i and Blue side The Red side is in the regular nnd volunteer collected point Sixtyseven members attended A cabinet stands that have licenses There is meeting of the Epworth League will one at Wanmnker and Powhattan avenues Essington that has but very be held on Thursday cvcntn Octo ber 12 at 745 oclock and made thousands of garments from Red Cross Government cotton and supplied the families with hundreds of thousands of bags of Rcd Cross Government flour in weekly allot YOUNG ROOSEVELT A GUEST little more room than is required for i Mrs RE Levis ofl05 North Monj merits while the heads of thefamiUco the proprietor i roe street Media has returned to i wcrc unemployed We drys are not suckers Pull her home after having visited Mrs I your own chestnuts out of the fireM T Bullock pnd family during the 1HU 1 Jrlrvlx We will at least be guiltless before weekend i TXT T God i Mrs Howard Kelley of Eighth lij tSAlS 1 Yours truly j street returned from Ocean City WARREN M SMITH N J where she spent two weeks CORUNA Spain Oct 922 Eighth avenue vacation Another and her daughter gave birth LONDON Oct 9 UP James Roosevelt and his wife son and j dauRhtcrinlaw of President Roose velt will ba dinner guests of Prime Minister Ramsay MacDonalrt at his official residence No 10 Downing street tonight EDITORS NOTE Battled beer to be consumed off the premises can be sold without the necessity of 40 seats in the place stores grocery stores cigar stores and many others sell under this type of license INITIAL PT JIEETING Mr and Mrs Jossph Price of 25 0 two healthy youngsters In the same i Eighth street are remodeling the in terior of their home RESUME ACTIVITIES i Members of the Martin School ParentTeachers Association will be igin their fall activities tomorrow afternoon at 330 p m when they hold a meeting in the school The openin meeting ot the Sun building at Fifteenth and Walnut Village ParentTeachers Association streets Dr John B Klopp of the which was scheduled for last school district medical department day evening will be held Thursday will be tho guest speaker and has evening this week in the Daniel W as his topic The School In Jefferis School Twelfth and Hyatt streets Officers of the organization are desirous of having the parents of all pupils of the Jefleris School pres ent Purpose Value and Pro cedure An important business ses sion will be a part of the meeting and th officers for the current school year will be chosen hospital on the same day within a short time of each other A nurse placed the children in separate baskets but when she wanted to return them to their mothers she j found she couldnt distinguish one from the other j Thus the daughter didnt know j whether she had her own child or j her brother The mother didnt know whether she had her son or her j grandson And the daughters Irate husband didnt know whether he was passing out cigars for his son or his brotherinlaw The confusion resulted In heated arguments Hospital authorities de clined to reveal how the muddle was straightened out I OF INTEREST TO EVERYONE THIS DAY AND AGE Read Page 3 of This Weeks Liberty Magazine JUST ARRIVED The New 10 TUBE MODELS Hear Them Today Chini Silverware t Lunch Cfruntcri I and Rnr Supplies I Evtrflhing lor Kitcfifn I DOUGHERTYJ icon ARCH ST S2 Years of Continuous Service HERE ARE two new 1934 models of Atwater Kent Radio They offer you the latest radio precision workmanship of Atwater Kent at prices that cant last Buy your Atwater Kent now and make sure of the nest in radio We have a complete line including the remarkable 7tuhe console model 427 illustrated above and new 10tube models giving the finest performance of any set ever sold for so low a price ONE DAY Heres a Bushel Basket that has a multitude of uses in every home and whatever use you may put it to you may be sure if wont break bend or crack for its made of heavy corrugated galvanized sheet steel with rein forced top rim and drop handles Guaranteed leakproof Use it to carry out ashes this winter makes work Buy three at this low THRILLER price Tuesday and save over Sorry no moil or pttoni anitn Follow the interesting experiences of Thrift Family O4O6 AVHENUC 522 EDGMONT AVENUE OPEN DAILY 9 TO 530 FRIDAY AND SATURDAY UNTIL 9 P M   

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