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Bristol Phoenix (Newspaper) - August 10, 1937, Bristol, Rhode Island\ la syn a Iima he j. _ ill in a timed to a a Iris and Fri do Tyg Itlie feb Imp a kit a cd mpoy Ltd a brei a second. Clara Matte rate use office 1 it at Bristol re Vader the Aci of kerch 1878. Eif tor and cimeral manager Rosoli s. Bosworth Loews Bept Stert Joseph p. Quartaro. Office 1 Bedfard st. Comer of thames. Telephone Bristol 44 a a a a Quot �?�-11 tim 1 in a y Vicinity v to he re a a it a of in limit and Newil i Pitt Myirul for Pabli Catiti in tut Colt Fimi. Bristol r. I., tuesday 10, 1937 not a pleasant picture every time a Workman receives his pay he has had a certain amount taken from it for old age pensions and unemployment insurance otherwise known As social Security. It May be Only a Small amount but Small As it is it is missed by the housewife when she starts figuring How much less she has to spend for milk or butter or eggs or bread yet in spite of this you done to hear her or her husband complaining to any great extent. They feel that perhaps it is better for them if they Are made to save in spite of themselves. They Trust in Uncle same a honesty and in his ability to handle their Money wisely. And while employees Are having this two per cent deducted from their pay envelopes their employers Are digging Down in the earnings of their business to match this amount plus an extra one per cent. This works a hardship on them also. In Many cases where profits have never been what one would or could consider Large they Are now even less. Small businesses Are Apt to tee it than others. What Little might be put aside for new equipment or for reducing outstanding indebtedness now goes toward increasing state and Federal funds to be used for a social and yet even among the employers Little complaining is heard. They too feel that there in a real Benefit to be derived from All of this provided it is handled properly by the government. They want to do their share in this business of providing for unemployment and old age pensions. A but both employee and employer Are concerned about the future the Law As it now reads requires that sooner or later both will be paying for a social Security three times what they Are now paying the question is what is going to happen when this takes place prices have already gone up on about a i thing a social Security tax of three times the size of what it now is will make prices go much higher and will at the same. Time reduce the amour it found in the envelope there can to be any dodging this with his earnings necessarily .�?�.�?5sed.ljeu5e, of. The creased it Xiv Che employer is going a . A uy-111x.i 111 wages a deslauriers of the Bristol Branch of the Industrial Trust company is on her annual two weeks vacation. Miss Barbara Morgan of Norwich Connis the guest of or. And mrs. Henry Sanford and family Noyes Avenue. Quot a a diphtheria immunization clinic will be conducted at Rockwell House. Friday aug. At 1 p. M by or. H. J. Connor of Providence. Mrs Martin Nelle will entertain members of Edgehill Temple pythian Sisters at a Silver Fea tonight at her Home on Wood Street. Every sunday and Holiday until labor Day round trip excursion to new port adults $100 children 50c information and tickets at James Duffy a store Hope and state streets adv. Members of Burnside Lodge. Knights of pythias of this town Wilt attend the Outing of Moi for Lodge to be held at Berryman a farm re Hoboth next sunday or and mrs Joseph Vento of Cambridge Mas formerly of this town announce the marriage of their daughter Florence to Matthias Spisak of Philadelphia a. Thomas b la by or and Edward Quinn returned yesterday from new York City where they were the week end guests of Frank Mckay a former Bristol resident former Dean Otis e. Randall of Brown in Hersity who is spending the summer at the Casino on Colt drive will be the speaker tomorrow Yiboon at the meeting of rotary club at the hotel Bek Edere a miss Ethel m Isherwood. Student nurse at the metropolitan Quot Hospital mrs. H. Marshall Williams and son Robert Are spending the week with friends in new York City. J. Winthrop Dewolf and his son John w Dewolf Are away on a two weeks Steamer cruise to the West in Dies capt Williams of endeavour ii and capt. Hurd of endeavour i will be guests at the rotary meeting tomorrow a son was born sunday to or and mrs. Everett Kinsley of . Mrs. Kinsley was formerly miss Helen Morris of this town. A Bridge party for the Benefit of the Church Heater fund will be held tomorrow at the cult eras House under the auspices of the congregational club. Mrs John h. Tucker and daughter Ethel have returned to their Home on High Treft after spending the past four weeks m new Hampshire. Pythons and eggs a pythons egg looks like a bluish piece of fluff and is about the size of four hens eggs. The eggs of a cobra Are about two and a half from being a pleasant picture a r cd iral . Should waste no time m Gning fullest consideration before we know it the end of 1937 will be Here with an increase in the tax starting in 1938. Many insurance experts Are of the pm Iii that the tax now Bema exacted Franj Emil a be and increase Eft if this is of then Steps should be taken at once to have the Law amended to this of few to. A it would be a Good plan to write your congressman and your senators letting them know that you Are very much interested in the problem and that you want them to keep your social Security tax from getting any greater it will be three cents Well invested. Welfare.-�-Siami-, a �?��., str it not a pm Ling a eople of �5nstoi%ant Comfort not Dow red fudge a in Liam Quot to o Donnell in fifth District Quot court yesterday As he fined Joseph Decosta 20, of 59 Czi Penter Street Valley Falls a total of $35 and costs on charges the outgrowth of an alleged disturbance at the Community Beach on july 25. A through his attorney Decosta pleaded nolo on two counts one for being drunk and the other for obstructing an officer in the performance of his duty. He was fined $10 on the first charge and $35 on the latter. According to Reserve officer Frank Myers Decosta attempted to interfere As he was arresting the latter s companion Joseph Fernandes of Cumberland on a motor vehicle Law violation. Fernandes last week paid a total of $30 in the same court a plea from Decosta s attorney for leniency was met by judge of Donnell with the statement a they wont get any medals from me for creating a disturbance at the town Beach a a continuance until thursday at the Warren session of the court granted in the Case of the Warren police department vs., Annie Andraus-zewska.-26, of Davis Street Warren charged with being a disorderly person. John Henry 29. Of 22 state Street was fined $15 and costs for failing to have his automobile under control. A decision for the Paintiff for Possession and costs was awarded in the Book account Case of the Industrial Trust company is. Lydia Aldrich. Continuances of one week were or do red in the Book account cases of the Wardwell lumber company is. A. A Marcotte. And Leon e. Mccaw is. A. Marcotte. Several thousand heard b. T. A. Concert sunday a it parents. Or or Street. Aid mrs John will. Of the Enji gement of her daughter Eleanor to Ralph . Was Ari Toul fee sunday by mrs Adeline bal Zano at a dinner part at her i me 7,4 Constitution Sti meet or defence is a or. S. E. Shuster chiropodist foot specialist wednesday 9 a. M. To 9 p. M monday and Friday 6 p. 9 p. M House Calls 559 Hope Street Mello bldg. Bristol appointments can be made at miss Wichi s Tore y m c a bldg or by calling 5882 Awty a a Al Row wow awl avow Vav a wow e. A. Skinner insurance in Strong and dependable companies. Office and residence�?259 Hope st., Bristol r. 1. Telephone Bristol 123. He fit Street a diphtheria immunization clinic Foi children from six months to pre school age or for any one not already treated will be held in the Rockwell House Hope Street Frida from 1 to 2 p m or h j Connor of the state department of health will he in charge delegates from Pincess Elena Lodge. Sons of Italy to the convention of that order to be held in Woonsocket us 15. Will meet tonight m Aca Denu Hall. Wood Street with the execute Conin Pittee for instructions on actions to be taken at the conclave several Hundred attended the dance conducted by the Bristol Cadt alumni association of Nav night in the Colt Audi Orin general dancing featured to Nui us Maurice and his orchestra i la Partick was chairman of the general arrangements committee for rent in a Nim apartment Over Para it Joe at Linden Allacc up by 1 state s 1�?T a Quot it Henry i a a Mien Apont Telephone 2760 Herbert c Eales inc. Designers and manufacture is of memorials in Granite Marble Bronze 660 pleasant st. Corker of fifteenth fall River mass. Represented by j. J. Nascimento player piano bargain instead of re shipping to factory 700.00 player piano like new can be had for unpaid balance of $38.46 remaining on contract. Write at once to Edgar o. Netzow department of accounts 4743 North Sheffield Avenue. Milwaukee Wisconsin who will advice where piano can be seen. Kindly furnish references. The a orld s a Ood news will come to your Home every Day through the Christian science Monitor a International deity Neno paper it records tor you the world s clean constructive doings. The Monitor eur it a not exploit crime or sensation neither does it ignore them a but steals corrective by with them Rea Tares tor Busy men and us the to null incl Dong the Weer Saga sine Section. I the curl Mia Shenee re bushing society 11 Job a ,7 str act Boston Massachusetts i Eiyu min it Bacus a of a a a 6>. A it Imam she Lumerl Piloo to the Christian science Monitor tor 6 months 64.60 s months 3z6 l month 76ei in Charles m. Connery funeral director Tel. 251 57 Burton st. Set in column Are 2sc each Issue us a st be paid before user Tob in paper. For Sale a parlor Range and a Kitchen Coal Range. Also Biack Walnut Bedstead with Spring and hair mattress. All in Good condition. Apply Box s. Phoenix. For Sale a parlor Range and a Kitchen Coal Ranga also Black Walnut with Spring and hair Matt teas. All in Good condition. Apply Box s. Phoenix. Press a vegetables vegetable atsed at the Junction of Oris Mendee so. Son. And Are stuck together with their Limey Shell. Boys i v f in adventure sports a c Ivov Tong pages or ought to your Doorstep every month Quot the sort of things you wont ant to miss stories of thrilling adventure articles and stories on All sports pages teeming with jokes and cartoons and hobbies prize contests Ami departments on things to make and things to do never an Idle moment for \ of when you read boys life regu arly if void Are a boy scout then you la find the pages of scout material interesting and helpful. Boys life is a big monthly Magazine for red blooded boys already a favorite with nearly half a million regular Fellows get a copy today from your nearest newsdealer�?10 cents or sen l your order for a one year subscription with $1 00 to boys life 2 Park Avenue new York n. Y. A Blue and red Clad musicians Render Well received program several thu Sard. Lei Yersh a ii loved a 3x� bit conceits presen Rea fir Day night a by the Bristol train of Ristl a a of Colt memorial High sch5ol. Clad in up if amp rms of red and Blue with White belts the chartered command s and of 28 pieces was directed by mrs. M theres a Dobovan music do splay room this cozy set May be used As a. Breakfast set and also As an ice Cream or cafe Booth in natural Wood finish it comes in Heights varying of 3 to 4 feet and occupies an aver All space of approximately 5 it. 2 in. Wide by 4 it. 6 in. Deep. Wardwell lumber co. Telephone 56 347 Tiu Unes st. Lar selections As Well As a number of specialities featured the program. Through the medium of an amplifying system the music was carried clearly to every Section of the Large area. Waning much Favio Rable comment was the trumpet duet a Tyr Clear lovers a by Harry Kebrek and James a. Ruggiero. The program As presented follows first half March Long Beach is a Caput la. Cark -4>verture--Stradlla. Lovers. A lenient Waltz Waltz of the Howers Tschai Kov sky jul Archt the no we commander whims. Second half a March to nem basses. By he Fame a Valtza the Weddig of , Hall March symphonic. Festa a Roma Orlando Rudolf Frimi Dpi to airs a Harf Cly a Eadd popu Quot 3k. Attention legion Aires oficial store for a Merican i a ion shirts tits Caps Etc. Buy now torn a Tate Yiu ust 12-13�?14 in Bristol Fred e. Suzman 547 Hope Street Here a help Tox 3/tyu. On was Day Fuhrt cheer laundry it i it Vitma it is to Oil Moui 4hr�wrpi notice if you re thinking of going on a Long trip with your car Call on James Cavallaro owner of Cavallaro a taxi service to drive you there anytime a anywhere Low utes by i a or week better Stilt get a taxi to take you there by calling. 40 i Newport Shine theatre i i opening tonight i Tonio Selwart a in a romantic comedy by a l. Anthony a autumn Crocus a staged by Fox Btu hour Gay popular prices a $l5� a $2.90 plus tax reservations by mail or by telephoning Newport 400 subscriptions now taken for 4 plays s Evest ones. Ope ulag at i 5 Quot wed. Them. To 8 10 Katt Sce Thor sat at site a a Voken v6�o Vii a by Oil a Urnie m Bowen heating div you ret big a a Keb 24.bouir Koopal service to get ,1 i -.-1 i i
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