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THE HERALD STATESMAN, YONKERS, N . Y . , MONDAY, MAY 3. 1937 9
*•/ Smith To Issue Radio Appeal TO RACE LINDY ROUTE? Weds
O f f i c e r Kills Baruch Niece Havana Trains Are Delayed . C a s e R a d i o
In Catholic Charities Drive Wife, Children, HAVANA, Cuba. May 3.—Amalie rt JK BuAn8TAftlr
By United Press
Service Co. Any Heme «r Aat*
Crashing On Tracks' ra4io set *ervke4 a t '
Ex-Governor to Be Heard Over WOR at 5 : 3 0 Tonight;
Plotnikoff, Noted Russian Composer to Direct Bam-
Then Ends Life i Baruch, Baruch. American financier, Railroad ofwere New YorkSaturday
twenty-eight, niece of Bern-
and Polan Banks, thirty-two, novel-
Central price • fj»
NO MOKE I T a b * V
at the "bottleneck" near the teete* Free
berger Symphony; Gay Nineties On WABC at 8. ist and playwright, were honey-
Marble HU1 station when a huge
modern eqelpmeat —
San Francisco Man, Facing mooning today. They were married Prompt eerrtee every-
Former Governor Alfred E. Smith will be heard in a talk on be- yesterday with Colonel Pulgencio furniture van rolled wild down the where, day and Bigat.
half of Catholic Charities over WOR from 5:30 to 5:45 P. M. tonight
Perjury Trial, Believed Batista, Cuba's "strong man," as Jacobus Place Hill, crashed through
To Have Gone Insane best man. R
U SET REPAIRED
The Bamberger Symphony will feature Eugene E. Plotnlkoff, noted an iron railing, and landed on the WHILE YOU WAIT
The couple came here Friday
Russian conductor, as a guest director in a halt-hour program over WOR from Miami and obtained a presi- rails 100 feet below.
from 9:30 to 10 P. M. Plotnlkoff will substitute for Leon Barbin. regular 8AN FRANCISCO, May 3—An
By United Press
dential decree waiving the law re- Gasoline which spilled from the YONKERS 6600
conductor of the symphony. His program will include Rirnsky-Korsakoff's attorney who represented police- quiring 15 days residence and a tank of the vehicle was Ignited 247 South Broadwaa.
man George Burkhard, fifty-two, in three-day advance publication of In- by a spark as the machine landed
"Die Malnacht" and eight Russian folk songs by Uadow. tention to wed. They originally
a trial on perjury charges, offered on the third rail of the north-
Horace Heidt's Brigadiers will return to the musical spirit of half a the only clue today as to why he planned to be married at the White
century ago when they present a Gay Nineties program over WABC from March, Va., estate of the bride's bound express track, and the
killed his family of three and then father. Ha/twig N. Baruch, but truck and Its contents were de-
8 to 8:30 P. M. Some of the numbers to be heard will be "Put On Your
Old Gray Bonnet" and "Only a Bird In a Gilded Cage."
"Hie attorney, Walter Duane, said
Banks explained: stroyed by Are. Almost six hours DANCING and
"We didn't want all the fuss of a
The Personal Column of the Air will change its present spot over
Burkhard had suffered from "de-
lusions of persecution." Police be-
society wedding." were required for firemen, Depart- I
ment of Sanitation employes and
WEAP from an early afternoon broadcast to a late afternoon position. lieved a fit of insanity preceded the railroad workers to clear away the j
The new time will be 4:16 to 4:30 P. M. starting today. slayings.
The policeman had been on trial
4th Ward Democrats debris and allow uninterrupted Every Night
TODAY'S DETAILED PROGRAMS on perjury charges which grew out Fete O f f i c i a l s At passage .of trains.
The truck was owned by the
BOB HAYES and
5:0* P. M. 7:00 P. M. Orch. of a Grand Jury investigation of
police graft In San Francisco.
Annual Dinner Dance Lurie Auto Company of 1175
WEAP—Training for Job*—
Edwin A. htt.
WEAP—Amo* 'n' Andy.
WJ2—Mary Sm»ll. wngj.
Eugene Plotnlkoff, con-
Broadway and had been leased to BestFood—Finest Drinks
WOR— Talks and Music. WABC—Poetic Melodies.
Last night, Edward O'Rlley, Burk- State, county and city officials the Flint and Horner Company,
WJZ— M»ry Merlin. WOR—Sports. hard's brother-in-law, became anx- Inc., 215 East 22nd Street. Peter
5:13 P. H. 7:15 P. M.
WJZr-Martin Orch. .
ious when the policeman's family
attended the annual dinner-dance
of the Fourth Ward Democratic Mohl of 321 East Wnd Street, the Empire Bar
10:00 P. H. failed to arrive at his home for a Club Saturday night at Ben Riley's driver, said he parked the van Central and Yonkers Ave*.
WEAP—Uncle Eira. WEAF—Black Orch.; Vivian
Dsrl Dan. WOR—Mack Orch. Delia Chiesa. soprano.
dinner engagement. Arrowhead Inn, Rlverdale. In front of 18 Jacobus Place and (No. 7 Car)
WOR—The Story Teller. WJZ—Jockeys, stable Boys, WOR—Famous Jury Trial*. Going to the Burkhard home, More than 400 persons attended was looking for the consigneee of
WJZ—Young Hickory. Trainers Interviewed at WJZ— Hlraber Orch. O'Rlley found the bodies of Helen the furniture when he noticed the
WABC—Eton Boys Quartet. Churchill Downs.
the affair, for which former Alder-
WABC—Wayne King. Orch. truck rolling backward down the
WABC—Ma and Pa. Burkhard, twenty, shot through the man Edward J. Mitchell and Mrs.
5:30 P. M. abdomen; Marion Burkhard. eight- Charles R. Herring were cochair- street, passing between two rows
10:80 P. M.
WEAF— Wlnslow of the 7:30 P. M. of automobiles and crossing busy
former Governor Alfred WOR—Lone Ranger
WJZ—Lum and Abner.
WEAF—Music for Modern*.
WJZ—Putting the Govern-
ment House in Order—
Senator James F Bvrnes.
een, shot through the chest; and
Mrs. Burkhard, forty-five, shot In
Guests of honor included Mayor
Joseph F. Loehr and Mrs. Loehr,
Comptroller J a m e s E. Hushion,
WABC— Let Freedom Ring." The family apparently had start- TODAY A TOMOROW
WABC—Doris Kerr, songs.
10:45 P. M.
ed dressing for the dinner. One Senator James A. Qarrlty and Mrs.
Garrity. City Judge Martin J. Fay,
Garbage Pail Blaze
5:45 P. M.
WEAF—Little Orphan Annie
WOR— Velas Orch.
7:15 P. M.
WEAF—The Passing Parade
WJZ—East and Dumke,
WOR—Talk by Michael P.
(Associated Press Photo)
James Mattern, holder of a dozen air records, is shown yesterday
at Washington, D. C , showing plans to U. S. Senator Morris Shep-
bullet from a repeating rifle was
used In each death. Evidence showed
Burkhard placed the muzaie of the
Postmaster William Cronln, Demo-
cratic County Chairman; Public
Put Out By Firemen 66
WJZ—The Old Homestead.
«:00 P. M.
S:00 P. M.
11:00 P. M.
WJZ—News: Perdl Orch.
pard (standing) aiter his conference with Secretary of Commerce
Daniel C. Roper concerning a proposed New York to Paris air race.
gun In his mouth and pulled the
trigger, blowing off the top of his
Works Commissioner Edward J.
Murray and Mrs. Murray, and As-
semblyman Arthur J. Doran.
Among those attending were Pub-
Firemen quickly extinguished a
fire in a garbage receptacle under
a rear porch at 142 Palisade Ave-
WEAF—From London: The WEAF—George Burns and WABC—Andre Baruch, com- nue, owned by the Ooyne estate,
Royal Family—Laurence mentator. lic Welfare Commissioner and Mrs. Fred MacMurrav
WOR —Uncle Don.
Oracle Allen, come-
dians: Noble Orch.
WOR—Romance In Rhythm. 11:05 P. M.
Church Groups Must Aid Youth, Indian Kills Three, Self
By United Press
Nicholas J. E b b l t t , Democratic
State Committeeman Thomas A.
at 1:30 P. M. yesterday.
Louis Friedman, who conducts a
WJZ--News; Army Band. WJZ—Drama; "They Came WEAF—Round-Table Dis- FRESNO, Calif., May 3.—Enraged Brogan and Mrs. Brogan, Assistant pharmacy at that address, tele- 1 FEATUDES 1
WABC—Tito Quliar. tenor.
«:15 P. M.
cussion with John B.
State Farm Superintendent Says because his wife had left him,
Walker Davis, thirty, an Indian,
Corporation Counsel William F.
Cauley, Jr., and Mrs. Cauley, As-
phoned an alarm when he discover-
ed smoke coming in his rear door, "KING and the
WEAF—News; John Qurney, 8:80 P. M. followed her to her parents' home sistant Corporation Counsel Har- police report. No damage resulted,
WABC—The New Past—
soprano; Richard Crooks, 11:15 P. M. Major Claude J. Kane Telh Nepera Park Church Par- last night, killed* her, then killed old T. Garrity. City Clerk William officials said. CHORUS GIRL"
Dr. John A. Wilson. tenor. WEAF—"Training for her "mother and father and himself. H. McCabe. Supervisor George J. A falso alarm at 2:35 A. M. yes- FERNAND GRAVET
WOR—Political Talk Social Service"—Rev.
ishioners of Need for Proper Influences—Ex-Mayor Deputy Sheriff Orin King said Locke, Aldermen William J. Brogan terday called firemen and police to JOAN BLONDELL
8:15 P. M. WABC—Pick and Pat,
WJZ—Stage Relief Fund. comedy. WOR—Ayres Orch. Walsh Hits False Criticism of Officials that Davis had quarreled with his and Francis P. Tobln. Supervisor Vredenburgh Avenue and Mile
wife, Catherine, twenty, also an In- J. Albert Gleeson, Charles L. Cur- Square Road. A number of false atari* Wednesday
6:30 P. M. 8:15 P. M. 11:30 P. M. Church organizations should be ticlsms would bring about better dian, at their home in Sanger. ran, attorney in charge of the alarms have been' received from
WEAF—Press-Radio News. WOR—Talk by Pearce WEAF—Newman Orch. dominant forces In exerting proper government. She fled to her parents, the Wil- Bureau of Tax Lien Liquidation; this box in recent months.
"ROMEO & JULIET"
WOR—Junior O-Men. Franklin WOR—Whiteman Orch.
WJZ— Press-Radio News. WJZ—Varzas Orch. influence over the youth of today, He warned against criticizing of- lie Curtis', in Squaw Valley. He Supervisor Matthew J, Connery and
WABC—PressrRadlo News. WABC—Freeman Orch. Major Claude J. Kane, Superintend- ficials without justification and said Mrs. Connery. Harry T. Fpley, Cus- Rubbish burning in a vacant
9*00 P M followed, oontlnuing the argument, garage at 52 St. Mary Street caus-
WEAF—Fibber McGee and ent of Westfleld State Farm, told that "the word 'grafter' is often used and after a short struggle, shot and toms Surveyor of the Port .of New
6:S5 P. M. Molly. ed a passerby to send in an alarm
WJZ—NegTO Variety Pro-
140 listeners at a communion break-
WEAF-^lsk Jubilee Choir.
fast of the Holy Name Society of
St. Anthony's Church, Nepera Park,
recklessly." The term, he added, is
mo6t often used without any basis.
Mr. Walsh stated that he could
Widow To Receive
York; Public Safety Commissioner
Denis M. Morrtssey and Mrs. Mor-
rlssey, Alderman William E. Slater
at 2:20 A. M. today. Firemen re-
ported no damage. CENTRAL
WABC—Sports R e s u m e -
«:»3 P. M.
WABC—"Hands Across the WJZr-lCrosby Orch.
Table." with Claudette
Colbert, Joel McCrea.
1*:S0 A. M.
Major Kane declared that societies
such as the Holy Name groups help
see no objection to criticism of pub-
lic authorities by citizens if the lat-
ter were right, but advised his lis- McAllister Estate,
and Mrs. Slater, Supervisor Ben-
jamin Barnes and Mrs. Barnes,
Building Superintendent John A.
WEAF-Billy and Betty.
9:15 P. M.
not only in the reformation of crim-
inals but to teach younger persons
teners to be sure to know what they
are talking about when taking gov-
Valued At $10,000 Brady, Assistant Attorney General
Ambrose V. McCall and Mrs, Mc-
VONKK.HS AVE., nr. CENTRAL AVE.
WJZ—Capt Valentine Wil-
liams, commentator. 9:30 P M
the right way to live.
(until 2:00 A. M.) ernment heads to task. Call. RADIO THEATRE
TODAY and TOMORROW
WABC— Pattl Chapin, *OBJ> WEAF—Spltalny Ail-Girl WJZ—Breere Orch. "The citizens of tomorrow are the Surrogate William J. Sheils spoke Mrs. Lucie C. McAllister of 164
children of today and If started on
the right road they will make good,
briefly and stated that Catholic in- : Pondfield Road West, receives the
stitutions form the greatest bulk j $10,000 estate of her husband. Alex- Bleakley At Peekskill
B:15 A. M.
WOR —"Good Morning,
WABC—Betty and Boi
1:15 P. M.upright and honest citizens," Major
WEAF—Dan Harding's Wife.
against Communism in the world to- ander J. McAllister, who died Mar.
day. 16, according to terms of a will
Condemns Big Court LIVE ONCE"
Modern Cinderella;, WOR—Stabile Orch.
6:30 A. M.
WOR—The Early Bird.
Menus—Betty Crctker; WJZ—Tune Twisters Trio.
Hymns; News—Jcfin K WABC—Pretty Kitty Kelly.
His address followed one in which
former Mayor William A. Walsh
Other speakers were Thomas F. ! m e < 1 , f ? r P r o b a t € Saturday In Sur- changes in the federal Judiciary
J. Connolly, Port Chester Village rogate's Court, White Plains.
Trustee and former District Deputy Mrs. McAllister is named ex- would endanger constitutional guar-
antees, former 8upreme Court Jus- HENRY FONDA
6:45 A. M.
10:15 A. M.
WEAF—John's Other Wife.
1:80 P. M.called on those present to judge of-
ficials of government with care be-
WEAF—Ruth Lyon, soprano;
Edward Davles, baritone
fore criticizing administrations.
of the Knights of Columbus: the ecutrix.
Rev. John W. Murphy, pastor of St. Two other Yonkers wills were fil- tice William F. Bleakley told more
than 700 persons at a vesper ser-
1:80 A. M.
WJZ—Ma Perkins. . WOR—Talks and Music.
WJZ—Farm and Home Mr. Waist* said he was not re-
Anthony's Church; the Rev. Joseph ed for probate at White Plains.
Donovan of Maryknoll and Bert Under the terms of the will of vice yesterday afternoon at the "Fair Warning"
WEAF—Radio Rubes, songs.
WABC—Organ • Reveille.
10:3» A, if.
WEAF-Just ;Plala Bill.
WJZ— Pepper Yo*mg Family.
ferring to any city, state or national
governments, but that he believed
Corbalis. president of the Holy
his mother, Mrs. Ella L. McKeever, Peekskill Military Academy.
who died Jan. 6, Arthur G. Mc- Declaring t h a t the President
"sought control of the court," Mr.
JOEL McCREA with BETTY FUrWESS
J. EDWARD BROMBERG
1:44 T. M.a citizenry that was just in its cri- William R. Miley, former presi- Keever, operator of the Abbey Inn, Bleakley said that "the Constitu- News—Shorts
7:45 A. M. 10:45 * . M. WOR—Hello. Peggy.
dent, was toastmaster at the break- 615 North Broadway, receives $4,- tion is the finest instrument of
WABC—Aunt Jenny's Life roday Mat. 3 P. M., Evci. 6:30 P. M.
WJZ—Xylophone Solos. WEAF—John's other Wit*.
Stories. fast, which was held after the mem- 000. The estate is valued at more government ever created and will IN
WABC—Household Flnanc*) WJZ—Ma Perkins.
News. WJZ—Kitchen" CavtfcadV
2:00 P. M.
Winning bers attended an 8 A. M. mass in a than $9,000. Edna J. McKeever of see us safely through this depres-
body and received Holy Communion. the North Broadway address, a sion." "HANDS ACROSS
WEAF—Band Lossons. Charles I. McCarragher was chair- daughter, receives $6,000. Mr. Mc-
1:55 A. M. 11:00 A. M.
WJZ— News; Morning
WOR—Martha Deane's Hour.
WABC—Stage Relief Talk. Contract man of the committee on arrange- Keever is named executor.
"I am opposed to subverting It
The will of Kate Mohrmann. who by any changes," he said. "Presi- THE TABLE"
«:0O A. M. WABC—Crtptivator* Orch. 2:15 P. M. By The Fonr Aces died April 1, disposes of an estate dents come and go but the United By Vina Dtlmar YONKERS AVE. (Nr. R r v u
WEAF—Malcolm Claire, / WABC—Jack and Loretta, valued at $5,500. One-eighth shares States with its Constitution and RtT«r P'kwar Tal. B E T . 8**0
stories. in the estate are left to the follow- Supreme Court will go on forever.'
iUH A. M.
WHAT TO LEAD Life Saving Corps ing; Arthur W. Mohrmann, 103 TODAY and TOMORROW
with Phil Cook, come- WOR—Romance of. Hope
2:30 P. M.
WEAF—It's a Woman's The annual Masters' Individual National Director Briggs Avenue; Minnie Wagner, MODEL HOME STARTED
Cecil B. deMille
dian, and others.
WJZ—Personal Column of
Championship of the American
Bridge League has been practically Is Feted At Dance
443 South Broadway;
Sherwood, 208 Woodworth Avenue,
8peclal to Ths Hfrald Statesman
8:15 A. M.
WABC-'-East anrj Dumke,
WJZ—Roth 8tring Quartet. a monopoly of The Four Aces, since
all of Yonkers; George Mohrmann NEW ROCHELLE, May ^3.—
of Schenectady; M a u d e F o x , Ground was broken st Webster
9 P. M.
WOR—Talks and Music.
8:20 A. M.
11:30 A. M.
WOW—Talk—Martha Doane 2:15 P. M.
William J. Davids, national di- Dumont, N. J.; Theresa Plezl, East Avenue and Berrlan Road here
H o w a r d rector of the United States Life Hartford, Oonn.; Dorothy Reilly, yesterday for the $20,000 colonial
WEAF—Cuv Consumers' WJZi—Vic and 8*de. WEAF—Collegians Quartet. VALUES Schenken have Savings Corps, was guest of honor Mount Vernon, and Florence Wal- type model home to be erected here Commands"
all won It, while at theSpring dance under auspices lace, Tarrytown.
WOR—Way Down East. of the
Guide (also WNYC. WABO—Big Bister.
WABC— Myrt and Marge. FOLB-ACES under the auspices of the Cham-
WOV). 8Y8TEM of Yonkers station of the or- The following each receive one- ber of Commerce. Mayor Harry ALSO
11:45 A. M. this year's win- ganization Saturday night at the
ACE 3 ner, B. Jay Beck- twenty-fourth of the estate: Her- Scott turned over the first spade-
»:30 A. M.
-The Wife Saver.
fR—Martha and Hal,
S:00 P. M.
I er, has been our Ludlow Yacht Club.
1 frequent team-
bert Taxter of 4 Page Avenue; ful of earth.
The local unit, which has Its Harold Taxter. Groton, Conn., and
«,:!.% A. M.
WJZ—To be announced.
Total Value of
Vt mate. One of headquarters on the riverfront near Florence Wallace, Tarrytown. Ar-
Ludlow Street, was praised highly
the hands that by Davids and other leaders of the thur W. Mohrmann Is named ex-
fc'OR—Magic Hour. Amster Spiro, editor.
contributed to life saving organization after an ecutor.
Shops Around Town
R'JZ— Rhythm Rascal*.
9:00 A. M.
roB—Parents Club of the WEAF—Ma Perkins.
S:t5 P. M.
WOR—Radio Garden Club.
his victory, was inspection of the equipment, rec-
the following: ords and personnel. Weitzell To Direct
Crowning the King—
O. F. Morshead.
fJZ—To be announced.
TABC—The Gumps. Both sides vulnerable
Commodore Leonard Reilly, son
of Fire Chief John J. Reilly. and His Own Composition . Dancing Instruction
• o Legion Now"
WJZ—Breakfjn Club Music.
WOR—Ed Fitzgerald, music. 12:1 S P. M.
3:30 P. M.
WEAF—Vic and 8ade. NORTH
S. 8 4 3
Captain Gustave Holze, head of the lestaurants . Plus Musical Comedy*
WABC—Fan Mall WOR—Lanin Orch. Yonkers s t a t i o n , welcomed the Roswell H. Wcitzel. director and [JANn-TOMPKl.VS Htndio annonnrft H« T K.T'S dine at lha Itrir—whera Ibey
tAF—Mary Marlin "BACKYARD BROADCAST*
Dramatized. TOR—Wiliard Amlson,
WABC—Concert Hall. H, 6 visiting officials. SprInK R*vu« and Dane* to be h»M
head of the violin department of Jun* ftth at the Tnilnh Community Cen- ierv» dellcloui 2fte luneheoni In their
D. A Q 7 4 new dlnlnc room. Soup, meat order and
tenor Among the guests were Com- the Yonkers Institute of Musical •er. Mu»lc hy Jack Bennett. 8pecfal Sum- coffee or beer. We. al»o nerve a la cart* CARTOON—LATE NEWS
8:1X A. M. rjZ— Gr ce and 8cotty, 3:45 P. M. C. K J 10 8 7 mer cl«Me* «Urtlnc June 7. at reduced at reaionabla prtce*. Ravoy Reataarani,
WFAF-Variety Bhow song . WEAF—The O'Neills. modore William Fricke. New Jersey Arts, will direct the playing of his 'Ale*. :M0 RO. B'way. Ynnkeri 3*70. Sonth B'way. npp. Vonkera Library. Rally—Mai. 1 P. M., Eve. t:4S T. M.
WOR—Shopping—Jear. 'WABC— E/iwin C. HU1. WJZ—Have Vou Heardr WEST EAST state superintendent of the or- own compositions at a concert to-
Abbey. Mr. Becker VISIT the newly derorated Ivory Kitchen Time, eVhednlei Cow. Sat.. * « • . ft**
ganization, a resident of Bayonne; morrow at 8:30 P. M. in the County
»:5o A. M.
12:« P. M. 4:00 P. M.
8. A Q 2 8. J 7 8 5 Commodore John C o n n o l l y of Center at White Plains, under au- .. Florists . . ' •» So. Bway.-Excellent food aerved
an you Ilk* It, in a quiet atmoiphere.
Holiday*. 1 to 11 r . M, •
WOR—Organ Recital. WJZ—New.s. WOR—Texas Tim Lewis, H. K Q 8 3 H. 7 5 4 Grecnpolnt, head of that territory, spices of the Westchester Philhar- Luncheon .15c Blue Plat* Dinner, 60c.
f\)ll court* dinner See. Perioral »uper-
WABC—Richard Maxwell, 12:30 P. M. songs. D. J 6 2 D. K 9 5 and Alderman James Sullivan of monic Orchestra. p C llnn'l fnrrt >hat Knndur la
1 vlelon Mr*. Mary Pattereon.
songs. WEAP-Armchair Quartet. WABC—Kelsey Orch. ' °* Moth»r» Day
WJZ-Healthy Mothers— C. Q 5 4 C. 9 6 3 the Fifth Ward. The program will be made up en- M A . W I O N * rr,N.vr,i.i,
More than 200 persons attended tirely of the works of Westchester
A:40 A. M.
Dr. W W. Bauer. SOUTH
S. K 10 9 the affair, which marked the open- County sponsors and will be In cele-
XS Sooth R'wajr Nrpp. tSM e.. Tco Rooms. .
WABC-Hfifn Trent. 4:15 P. M. ing of the Spring social season. I OOKI.VO for «h« ptrfrrt gift far fHK wnek) town li talking abJwt
9:J5 A. M. WEAF—Personal Column of H. A J 10 9 2 bration of National Music Week.
WEAF—News; Adele 15:«5 P. M. the Air. D. 10 8 3
mother: Bnm« *iiB|t»»tloni:
Commodore R e i l l y announced The orchestra will be conducted by <»*n. rut flnwtri. ju«t plac* Plant*,or<5»r your
COT- * Mm*. Blanche'* Tea Reading*--now
preeldlng from 11:30 A. M. to 8 P. M
Bt. Johns. WEAP- Colifge Choir. WOR—News. C. A 2 that the Case Radio Service had Jaffrey Harris of Hartsdale. Other • nil hav» tn«m ilellvfrtil on Mnth»r'» tt th* n yp*y Te* Kettle. New luncheon
WOR—Talks bv Col n*\ Vnnni'i Flnwrr Shop, 7*3 Yonk»r* :lal* *v*ry day. Try our iteak*. S»c
H. Kelly and oth
Ham WJZ -Carte's Quartet
WABC n.;r Oai Sunday. 4:50 P. M. South opened the bidding with Installed a short wave set to the county composers whose works will K\r.. (npp. (Vnlrnl TT»»alr#). ding* free. 4*5 South Broadway.
WABC—Bachelor's C .dren WOR—- We Are Four.'' WEAF—Follow the Moon. one heart. North responded with station In order to enable it to be played are Timothy Mather Spel-
WJZ-Dog Heroes—Drama. two clubs, South bid two notrump tune in to Station WPFY at police man of HArrlson, Slgrid Kaeycr of . . Music Lessons . . . . Watch Repair . .
»:.VS A. M.
1 no p. M.
WEAF N'»< Market
and North three notrump, leaving headquarters here and gain time Yonkers; Inez C. Munich and Otto
WJZ—Press-Radio N Mr. Becker with the problem of the In going to the rescue of persons Herrmann of Mount Vernon and I I n r W.IH nfferi f l o r a l In nvnl/ra
Repor-s conductor. i Rhythm on ArmMlon. Drum and 7 K r MAINSPRINOS, | I . M (|MM any
WOR-Ur Through the WOR -Variety 8how. opening lead. He quickly elimi- needing Assistance. ' . watch All other repair* at rea-
1«:00 A. M. ' First Y'ar of Life, talk nated the heart and club openings,
A program of entertainment WAS Oordohn, vlollnLst. snd Theodore , n»no np^-im attention Kiv»n to b»rin- sonable price*. All work don* on prenv
WTAP-Mra Wigg* fa , h ( WJZ- Love and Uarn nrrp All lfKKini private Patir. 17*AlJnT-
FREE IM». with on* year written guarantee
and now was faced with a choice clven. Commodore Reilly, Captain
J = 45 «*• M. TIONB r;nASTKn I.nd A«fc-
Cabbac* Patch. / WABC-.)*>-< Berch and WEAF-The Guiding Light. rVmtam Ber*y. JeweKr. « Mala Street.
HOIJK. First Lieutenant James hnrtnn V e . . Nepp, 4QS0,
between diamonds and spades.
W O R - P v e Pood ifour. H„ Ro,,< I WJZ—Club Matinee.
While the diamond opening would Keefe and Second Lieutenant Al- Church Youths Plan THIR column appear* e*eh Monday,
We^needay and Friday on th* M»i»-
o r R l r / O la here. a*4 H'( Urn* for ro-
mance Don't b« late for th»t d*t«
Where there Is rjo lUtlng for a station. Its preceding program Is on the air appear logical to most, Mr. Beeker bert Macknowskl comprised an ar- with your BWF.FTHT.ART. Have your
- f — — • ^ finally decided the spade offered rangements committee.
Tribute To Mothers >ine Pace of Th* Herald Statetman.
Read It for the etore new* and Mnrle*
I if your favorite ehopptni plac** around
watch r*palr*4 by u» O. STRAt'SS. 1M
New Mala Bt., « *V»r* above t?att*4
greater possibilities, and accord- Cigar Store.
M4M-WKAr— (MX. IMH—WOR—71DK M3O.V-«M*-7«0K. M34fr-WABC—*«0K. The Young People's. Fellowship
ingly made the irregular opening
of the Queen of that suit. Village Gets $1,525 Group of the ChRpel of the
Redeemer will attend the 11 A. M. LAST
oit Msting of Patricia Ingalls, Harriet 'Conscience Money*
Declarer won with the King i s
* Girl Scoit Bridge Wolf. Edith Campion, Charlotte his own hand, and now saw that
service next Sunday in observance
of Mother's Day.
Luttrell. Priscilla Rile, Beatrice things looked pretty bsd. as the
Is Attended By 150 Wells, D o r o t h y Hayes, Phyllis spades were wide open. However,
Bpecl*) to Th* Her*l<5 8UU*m»n The Ladles' Guild will meet to-
MAMARO>TBCK, May 3—Officials morrow at 3: IS P. M at the home
8peel»1 t« (The Herald Statesman
Mitchell, Marlon Leslie, Margaret hi had to play for his contract. of this vlllaire are completely mysti- of Mrs. Joseph Fox, 21 Jervis
HASTINO^-ON-HUDSON, May 3 Crowley Accordingly, he started out by fied toclav a.< to the real source Road.
—More thari $100 was netted at .Oo Patricia Crowley. Martha leading A diamond and finessing of a check for 11,525.52 received The men's cluhB of the chapel
the annual Dirl Scout bridge party. Wiv.te. Lillian Foley. Marjorie Hat- the Queen, which lost to East's from the Redemptorlst Fathers of and Christ Episcopal Church will
attended b W 150 women Friday t<r Shirley Beckley. Madeline King. East returned A low spade. Brooklyn. The check was accom- meet In the Otilld Hall of the
afternoon A\ the home of Mrs. S::»ubc. Joanna Wells. Lily Lou Mr. Becker cashed his Ace And panied" by a note which said mere- church tomorrow night. Samuel
Frederick b . Zinsser. North Broad- Hvir.v Mary Jane DonovAn. Joan plAyed the deuce, whereupon East lv: "The enclosed check represents Margul«s, amateur magician, will
way. Mrs/ J»n*S L«Jcly. general Wo'.. Dorothy Leddy. Ethel Doyle cashed two more spade tricks And conscience money" It was siirnrd psrform.
chairman' announced today. j*rirf Julia Schneider. led A heart.' DecUrer went right up by Joseph C. Helo, assistant treas-
with the Ace. led the Ace snd An- urer of the order.
Assisting ifrs. i*d6f were Mrs.' .
Thomas Qollyer, sits, RAy Haines. P a i r I ' l I C C h a r g e s
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other club, finessing, and rsn the Dunbar Post Plans
Mrs Earl Mitchell, Mrs
/ Wolf and' IrnVs. J i » e * Murray.
Mrs. Zinsser was presented with
>3qf bouquet, of I glsdlolai by Scout
Ill Poolroom Fracas
e-i-- >: :n Th» HeraMl Statesman
balance of the club suit. He then
Uld down the Ace of dlAmonds for
his eighth trick, hoping to drop the
jAck, but Mr. Becker had retained
Gas Station Entered
And Looted Of Fuel
Annual Dinner Dance
John Dunbar Post 1125, Ameri-
can Legion, of Creatwood, will hold
A guard, and the Jack of diamonds
Margaret Oro^iey 0* Troop 4 on TtTKAHOE. May S—Counter set the contract. — Oeortre Oenesky. manager of a its annual dinner dAnce Friday.
behalf or the /Jtrl Scout Council. chares of avsault were made by
Contributors tjo the affair were WiliifT Uwrrnr* of 87 Columbus
gasoline station at 542 Saw Mill May 21. at Murray's, .Tuckahoe.
Had Mr. Becker opened a dia- River Road, reported to police that Commander
Mrs. D. Theodfcre Kelly. Mrs James AvemVe and John Mitchell of 66 mond, AS most' players would, De- his place was entered early today announced today.
8amuel Liebcrmar. "ESPIONAGE"
with Edmnfltf LOWE. Madg« EVANS
Brrston, Mr*. Reginald H. Eagles. Colurrr < Avenue last night after cUrer would have simply plAyeni and four gallons of motor oil and
Mrs. Harry H, Holbert and Mrs. Lflwrer-' < harmed Mitchell hit him low from dummy, the King would M gallons of frasolln* taken. The County Committe* of the American
William A. McCluskey.
The post will bB host to the
over »)•<• -ead with s billiard cue hAve been forced. And four no- intruders, after breaking a glass Legion, entertaining delf«ates from
Many came for tea which fol- in a .VA; hall «t «« Columbus trump made easily. As It was. Mr. window of th* station, turned a the 40 posts In the county, Wed-
lowed the brfc t e and was served Avenue' Tr.rv will Appear in court Becker secured s top score. switch which set the gasoline pump neadsy. May 12. at th« Asbury M.
by s Oirl Scfcut committee con- Thursday. (Copyright, 1M7, by The Four Aces) In motion. E. Community Hcsisa.
Thomas M. Tryniski
309 South 4th Street
Fulton New York