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THE DAILY ARGUS, MOUNT VERNON, N. Y„ WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 18, 193* v^m
Jimmy Dorsey Visits Tommy; 1
Rial Etrara For Sala
H o u s e s for Bale US PIN LEAGUE Results Of Junior Basketball League Gomes PARRWA
MT. VKRMON — New itone and shingle,
slate roof, ColonUl home. sir conditioned
(Continued From Page Twelve) Cantor Subs For Barrymore AMERICAN LEAGUE Admlr.U O. F. Mddle. o. r. p.
(Cw-niwei am fga *m";,
•nd insulated, e n t e r hall, Jhrtai room Ray Oarlston, 639; Emll Hertsch, Section I RelUno, f — _1 0 2 Koepper, g 1 8 3 on record
t m t . t , dining room i3xn, pine library. At School IS, Last Night Boettighelmer, . 1 0 2 Aurer, g — 1 0 3 under his
breakitat room, urge kitchen, 1 matter 670; Tom MacKenzle, 643; Mike Collectors of H o o p Skirts and Autographa o n Side of Mustangs won by default from the Rams. Seminars, c _ 3 o 6 Thela, o — 0 0 0
bedroom*, sewing room, 2 baths, recrea- Shlrghio, 623; Dominick Shirghio, FIVl's O. I . P- F. Costa, g - _ 0 l 1 Peterson, f .3 1 5 will buy
tion room, 3 car garage, 112,800. West- Car o n L o b b y — F r e d A l l e n I n t e r v i e w s W o m a n Karlson, f 1 0 2 L. Costa, g _ _ 1 0 2 Llfgren, f - 0 0 0 of-way for
chester Ave. on Bruce St. VOUGHT- 622; Mike Cerretta, 670; J. Francese Oroves, g . 0 3 3
HALPERN BUILDERS. OAkwood 6400 600; Grant, 605; Lou La Manna, Taxi D r i v e r — P a t Rooney Is Guest Schuchman, o _____________ 8 0 6 Totals . 6 1 13 Totals or highways, holding this a :
4 I 9
Muller. g 1 0 3 M Wings G. F. P. Veraenltes ibiltty of the state.
O. P. P.
WTW H.O0S_—8 rooms, 3 baths, Vi acre 608; Al Enke, 645. Jimmy Dorsey tonight brings his bond to be guests of brother, Tommy Supple, g _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 4 1 9 J. Rellly, f _ 3 0 4 E. Miller, g 2 0 4
Playroom, built-in bar. Carrying charges STANDING Dueifer _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 0 0 0 Maiden, f — _ 0 0 0 Morentte, f _ _ - The Park Commisslon
3 0 4
tlOO a month. Can be purchased at W. L. Dorsey, and his orchestra, broadcasting over WE AT at 8:30. Other radio E. Rellly, c _ 1 0 2 B. Miller, e - its supervision of the stat
.1 0 2
builder's gacrlrlce prloe. Franks ___ 33 15 Hyde, g - 1 0 2 J. Cunningham, .0 1 I
features: Totals 3 21 Bronx River Parkway
Aetors _ _
17 8:30—Collectors of hoop skirts and autographs on the side of a oar on Lubln, f
Consoloiio, g - 1 0 2 If Bhutsman, g .
above Valhalla and 'triL__.„_.__
Cheaters 28 20 . 3 Totals
44 E. F i r s t St Cafes 24 24 Hobby Lobby—WJZ. Miller, f . 0
0 0 10
Totals 7 1 15
supervision to the laconic cos-P>
Oak. 8881 Fairbanks 4-8240 Werber, c . 4
S C O R E BY Q U A R T E R S mission, under the pmtgt^"'^^
Vernons 24 24 Berkowitz, g 5
9:00—Fred Allen Interviews a woman taxi driver—WEAF. . 3 1 SCORE BY QUARTERS
9 another bill introduced by
OPPOnTTJWITY OF LIFBTIMK:
Attractive Colonial h o m e . Ideal (or one
Or two families. Very s u b s t a n t i a l l y
9:00—Eddie Cantor substitutes for John Barrymore and acts in
Horowitz, g . . 4 0
8 Red Wings
8 10 IS blyman Stephens and approve*
Empires 18 dramatic sketch—WABC. Totals . 13 Referee — Gogerty. Timekeeper — Katln- Referee — Gogerty. Timekeeper — Katln- both park commissions.
Excellent condition; beautiful Chester 30 SCORE BY QUARTERS
Hill. Owner, 888 K. Columbus Ave. Bottlers 17 31 sky. Scorer—Pucillo. sky. Scorer—Pucillo.
F a i r b a n k s 4-3400. Tickets 16 32
10:00—New variety show with Ransom Sherman—WJZ. PlYI'S 4 10 20
Missed fouls—Admirals 3, Red Wings 3. Missed fouls—Middles 4, Vernonltes 3. The measure provides that
7 18 21 s
10:30—Pat Rooney guest of Harold Stokes—WOR. Robins
Referee—Flnke. Scorer—Santora. such transfer, to become «• ^ ^
PRACTICALLY NEW 6-room S t u c c o H o m e :
Large living, d i n i n g , and bedrooms; tile Kade 147— 520 Missed fouls—PlYl's 3, Robins 1. Cadets O. F. July l, the Bronx Parkway •*•'.'
kitchen a n d b a t h ; fireplace; finished base- Knopp, f . 3 1 7 tension shall be known as the Ta*J
Kuschman 173— 838
ment; garage heated. Asking 18,600. Kavanagh 210— 556 TODAY'S DETAILED PROGRAMS St. Mary's
P. Autlerl, f
11 Kasenets, t —
0 Woman's Forum conic State Parkway, which •_»•?
F o r o t h e r bargains see O. W u e s t e n h o e f e r . D. Shlrghio 181— 622 6:00 P. M. 7:00 P. M. 10:00 P, M,
18 Mt Vernon Avenue. OAk. 0760 DaDarrla, f . . 3 2 8 O'Connell, c — _1 0 3 tends through Putnam to DoWMkQ
Cerretta 267— 670 WEAF—Dick Tracy. WEAF—Amos 'n' Andy. WEAF— Ksy Kyser Orch. - 0 1
P. Kelly, f . . 2 0 4 Yannantuono, g 1
T O SELL or p u r c h a s e real e s t a t e call
W O R — W o m e n In the News. WOR—Sports.
WJZ—Blltmore Boys Orch. WJZ—Easy Aces.
WOR—Famous Jury Trlslo.
WJZ—People I Have Known Connors ___ - 2 0 4 Depasquale, g _0 0 0 and eventually will be extended to'|
Totals 971 948
Can You Spare a Dime to Albany and northern points. -HM
977—2906 Otto, c - 0 0 0
Keller's Office, 108 S t e v e n s Ave. Oak. Bendesvous (1) WABC—County Seat. —Variety.
Salvatl 0 0 Totals — _ 5 3 13
(988. Chas. A. Oampel, algr. E. S h a r p s 161 178 196— 635 5:15 P. M. WABC—It Can Be Done,
- 0 parkway above the Westchester
with Edgar A. Quest. _ 2 0 4 Dons O. F. P Help Defeat That Scourge,
T W O FAMILY BRICK, 11 rooms, sun
J. F r a n c e s e
218 183 199— 600 WEAF—Your Family and 1:15 P. M.
WEAF—Edwin C. Hill.
J. Kelly, g - 0 0 0 Murphy, f — _ 0 1 1 line heretofore has been
169 220 167— 556 Mine.
arlors, 3 b a t h s , garages. Reduced to $7,- 0 0 0 Infantile Paralysis? the Eastern State Parkway.
S00. Tlchborne, 39 Prospect Ave. Oak. 7282
J o h n Credendino . 164
WJZ—Terry and the
WOR—The Answer Man.
WABC—Lum and Abnir.
10:30 P. M.
WOR—Stokes Orch. Totals
E. Holley. f
31 Boyan, f —
P. Slllery, e - _ 0
0 Under the provisions of
Pirates. WJZ—Tracer of Lost WABC—Buddy Clark Show;
VERNON HEIGHTS Totals 883 986 916—2785 WABC—March of Games. Persons. Stevens Orch. Orfe. f . 4 0 8 TTebgelacker, -*o 0 2 0 0
By JOAN PARKS the membership on the
C h a r m i n g bungalow, 8 rooms, garage. WJZ—"The Public Interest J. Annunziatl, f - 3 1 7 Ollroy, g
"Mister, can you spare a dime?" Park Commission will be *^<MfFtf^
17,000 quick sale. Little c a s h .
Chesters (3) 7:80 P. M. In Democracy"—Mark Russo, c _ 4 0 8 Otz, g _ 0 0 0
R R. RAGBTTE, INC. Morris _ 181 181 193— 555
0:30 P. M.
WEAF—Revelers Orch. Sullivan and Jay. H. Annunziatl, g _ 2 2 6 Ferraro, g . 0 0 0 from five to six, the
That famous old remark used to member to be, ex-officio, the VVWlfefl
10 No. 3rd Ave. Oak. 6369 WEAF—Jack Armstrong. _ 0 0 0
Grant 199 208 200— 605 WJZ—Don Wlnslow. WOR—Lone Rsnger. Franklin, commentators. Golden, g
WJZ—Heidt Orch. Reynolds _ 1 0 2 Totals 5 12 be the brunt of a good many wlse-
VERNON H E I O H T 8 BARGAIN LaManna 221 194 193— 608 WABC—'So You Want Nanna _ 1 0 2
crackj and Jokes. dent of the Westchester GoWIMJ
W e l l built, good looking h o m e . Completely Catano _ 185 217 171— 573 To Be • • .• " Admiral WABC—Ask-It Basket. 11:00 P. M. SCORE BY QUARTERS Park Commission. He is to aarvo
modernized. 8 rooms and bath, oil Belloff _ 212 189 192— 593 Richard E. Byrd, WEAF—Predictions on
burner, garage. Plot 50x100. Price 17,500. guest. 7:45 P. M. Louis-Lewis heavyweight
SCORE B Y Q U A R T E R 8
33 Cadets 7 10 11 18 But it's no joke this week in for a six-year term and theres-MI
31 Dons e r e e — Gogerty. T i m e k3 e p e r8 — 10 a t l n - Westchester.
Totals — 998 987 949—2934 WEAF—Jack Berch, bout.
F. J. THILL, 27 Prospect Ave. Oak. 8861
H e n r y s (1) songs. WOR—News.
St. Mary's 3 3 11 Ref e K
his successor must be a resident oJ|
Oldl 137 173 158— 488 5:45 P. M. Argonauts 8 11 18 33 For the March of Dimes is on— Westchester, although not
$6,500 IS FULL PRICE WEAF—Little Orphan Annie WJZ—News; Gordon Orch. Referee—Flnke. Scorer—Santora. sky. Scorer—Pucillo.
Enke 191 223 180— 594 8:00 P. M.
WOR—Children's Program. WEAF—One Man's Family. WABC—News. M i s s e d f o u l s — C a d e t s 3, D o n s 8. a march which, it is hoped, will sarily president of the We
Kaplan 170 223 203— 196 Missed fouls—St. Mary's 8, A r g o n a u t s 3.
BEE TODAY t h i s c h a r m i n g c e n t e r hall WJZ—Tom Mix.
house. W e will d u p l i c a t e It, w i t h any Enke 194 172 192— 558 WABC—Mighty Show. WOR—Carlo Morelll, bari-
11:18 P. M.
enlist a formidable army of dimes Park Commission. At present
changes w a n t e d , f o r Spring occupancy Enke 209 235 201— 645 tone; Antonlnl Orch. to fight Infantile paralysis and the entlne E. Macy, Ossining, la
WJZ—Shield Orch. WEAF— Messner Orch.
o n c h o i c e t a x foreclosed plot n e a r s t a t i o n .
dread after-effects of that dread president of the Westchester
M a s o n r y Builders, Central a n d Mt. Joy,
Bcarsdale. S c a r s d a l e 5112.
1026 934—2861 s 0:00 P. M.
a t o r William K i n g ' s
address at Hebrew
of S e n -
Fraternal News disease. mission.
Can you spare a dime to help Macy Slated For State
Mortgage Monney 131 H. Frank 241 203 158— 602 8:30 P. M.
J. B e r t h a 215 193 172— 580 WOR—Uncle Don. WEAP—T. Dorsey Orch.
WJZ—Newe; Organ Recital. WOR—A Tune and a Tale. WABC—Norvo Orch.
buy the braces and the crutches In addition, the bill
WE HAVE 85.000 for a good first McCaffrey
166 170 222— 558
WABC—News; Sports. WJZ—Hobby Lobby; Salter Order Of Moose dent; Mrs. Mildred Beacom, asso- and the wheel-chairs, to provide that two of the six members of tfefli
189 227 224— 840
E D W A R D F. HALLAHAN G. Frank 301 244 157— 602 Orch. 11:35 P. M. A final vote on providing physi- ciate editor of the national order's the therapeutic pools, to carry on Taconic commission shall be
M Flake PI. , Oak. 8644
6:15 P. M. WABC—Paul Whlteman,
WEAF—News. cian's services to members and fam- publication. the research—all the things that dents of Westchester at an
*1012 1037 933—2982 WEAF—Malcolm Claire, ilies will be taken tonight by Lodge Mrs. Arthur J. Lambert is chair- are necessary to restore to normal At present Gerard Swope,
Vernons (1) stories. 11:80 P. M.
THE DAILY ARCUS Carlston . 190 222 2 3 7 — 639 WJZ—From Fez, Morocco: 9:00 P. M. WEAF—Breese Orch. 905, Loyal Order of Moose, in man of a luncheon to be held in health those who have already suf- town, is a member of tha
PAYABLE IN ADVANCEs Mitchell
175 159— 514
3 2 5 — 225
Music from Sultan's
WEAF—Fred Allen, Port- WABC—Lopez Orch.
land Hoffa, comedians; WJZ—Miller Orch.
Van Steeden Orch.
Three applications for member-
P. O. 8. of A. Hall Monday, Jan. 30. fered from the disease and to find commission and 18-is aan
out some way to prevent lt? A and Mr. Macy for the present wUl
Hertsch _ WOR—Gabriel Heatter,
dime would be pretty small to you represent Westchester on the new
. 225 231 214— 670 11:45 P. M. ship will be read, and the enter- Circle 1,110, Foresters
Mackenzie . 247 158 2 3 8 — 643 0:35 P. M. comments.
WEAF—Press News. WJZ—Fisk Jubilee Choir. WOR—Jurgen Orch.
tainment committee will provide re- Lady Ruth Flske Circle, 1,110, if lt meant that your own child commission.
812.48 88.78 1 83.84 Totals .1012 842 1063—3017 WABC—Theater of the Air, freshments. Companions of the Forest of might be provided with essentials Another change is that the Bran*
• Lines •Won on roll-off. 0:30 P. M. with Eddie Cantor, 12:00 MID.
Unea 88 Days 1 3 Days| 8 Days Jerry's (S) WEAF—Rose Marie, songs. Frances Langford. WEAF—Shaw Orch. Announcements will be made to America, will meet tonight in P. O. had he or she been stricken with Parkway Extension spur to the
171 178 244— 591 WOR—News.
WJZ—Three Jesters; Peg
K e n n y Baker, songs;
Brockman Orch. WABC—Gray Orch. send a delegation to the 75th an- 6. of A. Hall. Arrangements will be that foe of childhood; That very Bear Mountain Bridge approach 1
81.8U I $1.17 151 191 155— 497
Beck 179 170 166— 515 LaCentra, songs. WJZ—Hallett Orch. niversary dinner to be given in made for a card party next month, same dime coupled with the dimes to be known hereafter aa the Beer.
18.83 1 $2.52 1 $1.58 Juarez 257 234 215— 708 WABC—Bob Trout, com- 9:15 P. M. honor of Perry Shanor, dictator of a chairman appointed and a date of your neighbors, may buy help for Mountain State Parkway. Sttfl an-
V 810.40 I 88.18 | $1.95
Erdman 260 238 247— 743 ments. WOR—Tucker orch. 13:80 A. M.
WEAF— "Lights Out," New York Lodge, who has been set some other child —or better still, other provision is that an s d H
Totals -1018 1007 1027—8052 6:45 P. M.
WEAF—Father snd Son.
9:30 P. M. drama.
WOR—Dance Musle (until
identified with the Moose 35 years. may make lt possible for some tional strip of land through Mohan*
delver Into the causes of disease sic Park in Yorktown shall bO
Consecutive days onrj without ehsngs. G. Bants Cafes (0)
15B 186 150— 465 WOR—Johnson Family. Percy Faith, conductor 1:30 A. M.) A courtesy call will be made Feb. 4 Lodge 1055, F. and A. M.
Average 8 worda to a line. All situation
J. Shlrghio _ 170 178 314— 662 WJZ—Lowell Thomas. WJZ—"Wing for Martins," WJZ—Rapp Orch. on Manhattanville Post of the to continue at his work and, in the deeded to the State. Weatefaestov
Wanted ada oayablo in advanoo.
Refunds due on advertising must be Baldwin 150 212 177— 539 WABC—Light Orch. drama. WABC—Holmes Orch.
American Legion when it holds a • Joseph Ga'mson, executive secre- course of It, come on the secret that originally acquired Mohansie
•ollected within 30 days. Parburv 173 313 168— 453 party at its New York quarters. tary of the Young Men's Christian will either rid the work} of this from the state at a nominal
Errors in advertisements must be re- M. Shlrghio 201— 623
TOMORROW'S DETAILED PROGRAMS Association, will speak tonight at a plague or show the world how to one dollar. The State now
ported before 11 A. at. the next day as the meeting of Vernon Lodge 1055, Free control it.
Argjis will not be responsible for more Totals . 974 968 910—2642 0:2fi A. M. 10.15 A. M.
WEAF—John's Other Wife. WEAF—Words a n d Music.
1:30 P. M.
Patriotic Order of America to widen certain parte of the
than one incorrect Insertion of any ad-
vertisement ordered for more than one Bottlers (3) Varieties. W J Z — J a n e Arden. WOR—Operatic Selections. Mrs. Esther Wallman was installed and Accepted Masons, on "Kings, There'll be places a-plenty for you Parkway Extension through
time. Since all telephoned ada are repeated Sawyer _ 170 176 14»— 495 WABC—Myrt and Marge. W J Z — P e e b l e s T a k e s Charge
last night as president of Camp 24, Creeds and Castes." park. The boundaries of the
to toe advertiser. The Dally Argus cannot Yen sco
be responsible for errors In wording, spell- Bruhn
215— 641 6:30 A. M. WABC—Road of Life.
Patriotic Order of America, suc- Edwin B. Roberts will preside as to deposit your dime—or you can to be deeded are to be agreed
173— 476 WEAF—Variety Program. 10:80 A. M. send lt to the local chairman of between the two commissions.
ing or numbers.
CLOSING HOURS—Classified eds to be McCoskey
189— 619 WJZ—Weather; News; WEAF—Just P l a i n Bill. 1:45 P. M. ceeding Mrs. Florence Manning. master for the first time. the Anti-Infantile Paralysis Com-
183— 612 Music. WJZ—Ed McDonnell, songs. WEAF—Those Happy Other new officers also were in- All civil service employes
published the same day must be received Totals . 901 943 909—2843 WABC—Farm News. WABC—Hilltop House. Gilmans.
Junior Patriotic Order mittee in your own community, or under the supervision of the
before 11 A. M. (Except Saturdays when Icemen (1) ducted. Mrs. Edith Acker, Camp 6,
Sixteen members of Blanche Rob- you can send it—enlarged Raymond Chester Commission whoe8_a as many
the closing time u a A. a t ) . Beardsworth 310 178 300— 589 10:48 A. M. WJZ—Rakov Orch.
Burtls 188 212 195— 595
1 tOO A. M. Yonkers, district resident, was in- times aa you please—to
stalling officer. Fifty members and erts Circle 1, Junior Patriotic Order DeMott, county chairman, at the are payable from State fundi
WOR—Musical Moments. WEAF—Women in White. WABC—This D a y I s Ours.
fJlastlfieel D i s p l a y 9 A- M . D a i l y Brodbeck _ 191 178 193— 564 WABC—Morning Almanac. WJZ—Breen a n d Do Rose,
Lowe 211 185 193— 569 songs.
2:00 P. M. friends witnessed the ceremonies. of America, met yesterday afternoon office, 8 Church Street, White to be' transferred to the
Phone OAkwood 3000 Ehrbar
7:15 A. M.
WEAF—Betty and Bob. Among the guests were Mrs. Grace and rehearsed floor work for annual Plains. of the Taconic State Park
11:00 A. M.
WJZ—Dr. R. G. Reynolds,
talk. Hogel, Yonkers, past national presi- installation exercises to be held sion as of July 1. 1989, If
Legal Notices Empirei (3) 7:45 A. M. WHAT—David Harum. WABC—Irene Beasley, songs. Tuesday night, Jan. 31. Mrs. Arthur | Is there need to say the cam- Stephens Bill becomes ft law.
Flood 164 2 0 0 — 551
_ NOTICE I S H E R E B Y G I V E N t h a t the Johnson . _ 211 na 167— 578
WABC— New». WOR—Talk, Helen W. Dana.
J. Lambert, a member of the senior paign is entirely non-partisan, non- The measure has hmm
B o a r d of E s t i m a t e arid Contract of the Hurlte
City of Mount Vernon, N . _ Y. at a Sinnlgen
178— 517 7:55 A. M. WABC—Captlvators Orch. 3:15 P. M.
Wrap Around Frock group and advisor to the Juniors, political? I doubt it. It will end to the Assembly Ways and
209 144— 607 WEAF—Arnold Grimm's
Biee' i n g t o be held on the 37th da
January, 1939 a t 11 o'clock . A . M. ... Gardiner 190 254 197— 625
W J Z — N e w s ; Sears Orch.
11:15 A. M. Daughter. coached the rehearsal and will be with the President's Bait at the
Jam County Center on Jan. 30. Half
This is such a frilly, pretty the Installing officer.
Jloo m 113, Municipal Building, Mount Totals . 834 238 895—2878 «:00 A. M. WEAP—Lorenzo Jones. WOR—Ed Fitzgerald Revue.
Vernon, N. Y. will receive and open 1049
Tickets (1) WEAF—Herth S w i n g Trio. WOR—Variety Musicale. WABC—Light Orch. the money collected in Westches- MMMM'
w a l e d proposals for the
Furnishing a n d delivering
Bants _ i 172 140 198— 516 WOR—News. WJZ—Vic .and Bade. apron frock, with wide lapels, ter will remain right here In the
D e p a r t m e n t of H e a l t h four ( 4 ) S t a n d - Alvord _ 185 301 169— 555 WABC—Boy Byron, songs. WABC—Scattergood Balnes. 3:30 P. M. high-shouldered sleeves, and bright Lodge 902, F. and A. M.
a n f B u s i n e s s Coupe a u t o m o b i l e s
plete and ready for u s e , w i t h
l o w a n c e to be m a d e for one ( 1 ) 1939
3 2 0 — 598 8:15 A. M. 11:30 A. M.
WJZ—Light Opera Music.
touches of braid. The waistline After a short business meeting last the National Foundation for In-
county; the other half will go to 3TMD*HV
F o r d Coupe, one ( 1 ) 1931 Ford P i c k -
188— 515 WEAF—Oene a n d Olen, WABC—School of the Air. looks small, the skirt flares pret- night In the Masonic Temple, a re- fantile Paralysis.
u p , one ( 1 ) 1931 Ford Coupe a n d one
<f) 1938 Fordor. owned by t o e City
Totals 962—2801 comedy.
WOR—Get Thin to Musle. tily. Even the pockets are dec- ception was held in honor of the Oh, mister, mister, please—aan fGG t si
of Mount Vernon a n d u s e d b y the WABC—Deep River B o y s WJZ—Pepper Young's 3:45 P. M. newly elected and Installed officers
Department ot Health Quartet. Family. , WEAF—Hymns of All for 1939, which was attended by you spare a dime? • ' NUT i
according; t o Instructions to bidders
specifications therefor on file in the office
o r the Clerk o t the Board of Estimate, and
Contract. R o o m 104. Municipal
Bank WOR—Cowboy S o n g s .
8:80 A. M.
11:45 A. M.
WEAF—Road of Life.
8:00 P. M.
350 persons including representatives
from other lodges. Leber (If ree^reS) BSe « s t ae»
M o u n t Vernon, N . Y. WEAF—Gordon Orch. STOCK PRIVILEGES Fer eae er twa t e a Se_haf-M
WJZ—Getting the Most Out WEAF—Mary Merlin.
E a c h proposal m u s t be w h o l l y filled nut
a n d m u s t o e contained in w sealed en-
velope w h i c h shall be endoraed w i t h t h e
description a n d title of the w o r k and the
Quotations WOR—Modern Rhythms.
WJZ—M Spltalny Orch.
Albert Stiefel, senior warden, who
had charge of the program, intro-
duced the Park Choristers, who pre- 1th bat S l i e i a d n . _mrt1» —
s a m e a n d a d d r e s s of the person or per- and Unlisted 8eoatit.es WABT—Dick and Shannon, WABC—Army Band. an aO-anelar *r Oeellnlnc Market . . .
M-aneiae- er teell-lac
aons m a k i n g the s a m e .
Variety. sented a number of vocal selections, te be tot* lone and shaft at the
a SID ASKED 8:48 A. M. 8:15 P. M. and Myron Shader, a member of the free e en m u s t , tlase. Kialaaatery arlnteS asatter
of Bronxvllle Trust Co. _ _ _ _ 150 WEAF— Radio Rubes, songs. 13:00 NOON Choristers, who sang several solos. PAUL KAYE M *-** **•* **"•*
• f 5% pi ._. __._.._ Central Natl. Yonkers 33 28 WOR—The Goldbergs. WEAF—Dan Harding's Wife WEAF—Ma Perkins. Largest BaB Tart hi
or a cash deposit for the same.
The 6% deposit of the loweat bidder Citizens Bk. Whits P l a l n s _ 16 21 WJZ—Jack and Loretta, WJZ—Bouthernalres Janet Kesselman Goldberg is direc- * * ' r A U U
New Terk CityB
Quartet. 8:30 P. M. t a r Ofwf S i Tears
will be retained until the automobllea bid
upon have been delivered, approved and
County Tr. White Plains.. 28 35 songs.
WABC—Kste Smith, WEAF—Pepper Young's tor of the musical group and Dr.
First Natl. Mt. Vernon 125 150 WABC—Ruth Brine,
accepted % the Acting Commissioner o.
by First NBM. New Rochelle_ 28 31 comments. comments. Family. Fred Stenbuck is president.
Public Health and payment authorized by 29 WOR—Musie Clubs Program WJZ—Variety Show.
this Board, all other deposits ot bidders First Natl. Yonkers 24
WABC—Keyboard Concert. Dr. Ellas Margolls, rabbi of
to be returned immediately upon the ac
ceptmce of a bid by the Clerk of this
Board of EsUmate and Contract
the right to reject any and All
First Natl. Port Chester
Qramatan Natl. Bk. it Tr.
Jefferson Title Mtg.
0:00 A. M.
WEAF—News; Happy Jack,
13:15 P. M.
WOR—Voice of the Farm.
WJZ—News; Breakfast Club WJZ—George Griffin,
8:48 P. M.
WEAF—The Quldlng Light.
Emanu-El Synagogue and honorary
chaplain of the lodge, gave a brief
discourse on Masonary and Ameri-
EST" Mount Vernon Trust 1V«
1 Musle. baritone. WOR—David Harum.
WJZ—Ted Malone, canism." Mrs. Maurice Pinkelstein
M. V. Cert.
Specifications and forms ot proposal Mutual Tr.r , Rec. W e s t c h e s t e r WABC—Richard Msxweli, WABC—Nancy James.
may be obtained on application from the
Clerk of the Board of Estimate and Con-
Mount Vernon, N. Y.
County, P o r t C h e s t e r
tnKt, Room 104, Municipal Building, New R o c h e l l e . T r u s t 33
0:18 A. M.
12:35 P. M.
WJZ—News: Farm and
4:00 P. M.
was the recipient of a crystal flower
bowl as a gift from the lodge. Her ROCK SALT - SANO
husband is the retiring master.
By order of the Board of Estimate and Rye N a t i o n a l
Contract of the City of Mount Vernon, Peoples N a t l . W h i t e P l a i n s
THOMAS JOHN DOOUNO. S c a r s d a l e Natl. Bk. ds Tr.
13:80 P. M.
W J Z — club M a t i n e e -
Clerk. T a r r y t o w n N a t l . Bk. dc Tr. 30 50 WEAF—"Phllanthrophy"— FIGHTS LAST NIGHT
Mount Vernon, N. T. W a s h i n g t o n I r v i n g Tr. 300
Adventures. Variety. B y Tha Associated Press
WABC—Montana Slim, Dr. 0. J. MeCombe. WABC—Le Brun Bisters,
January 14, 1930 Yonkers N a t l . C o m m o n 1 3
songs. WOR—News. songs. Maw
F r a n k l i n , llTVe.
Harvey Ma easy,
%0WMnmW9 erwToir_r__ww_8__ •*•* vovey
Yonkers N a t l . P r e f e r r e d _ 6 8 WABC—Helen Trent.
wonc O T I C - O F ANNTJAX.
n u a l meeting of the Shareholders
T h e annime Building a n d L o a n Aaaecia-
MEETING INSURANCE COMPANIES
BID ASKED 0:38 A. M. 13:48 P. M. 4:18 P. M.
ISO'/.. N e w O r l e a n s ( 1 0 ) .
HOUSTON. Tex—WllUrd Sharp. 1ST, w. w. Fuu-n, Mgr. oMMMOtm mm
O k l a h o m a City, o u t p o i n t e d K M Brock, 1*8,
Bt the Ho:
i o n of Mi
ount Vernon for the election of Aetna F i r e
tAve Directors a n d euch other business a a A e t n a Life
Markets; WEAF—Stella D a l l a s .
WOR—Myrt and Marge. Louisville <10t.
4M If. MaeQIJMTgN EARKWAY, MT.
m a y c o m e before t h e m e e t i n g will b e held Amer. R e s e r v e . — 37 Va 30 WOR—Consumer Quls Club. WABC—Ray Block NBW YORK S s m m v LafUprliit. 147,
a t the A s s o c i a t i o n ' s office, l o F l s k e P"
lie Association's o: 0:80 A. M. WABC—Our O s l S u n d s y . Varieties. Toronto, outpointed Vtneent FUnptnella,
M o u n t Vernon. _ N e w York,. on
~ ernon. .New F* Automobile Ins. — 35 37 WEAF—Bend Music.
HL _--_ ISO'**, B r o o k l y n ( 8 ) .
J a n u a r y 30, 1930,. a t 1 P. U.
January If Share- Baltimore Amer. — 6'<i 7'4 WOR—Syncopators Orch.
holders a r e
hold*™ are requested to a t t e n d a b o v e City of N e w Y o r k 30»<i 32 <4 WJZ—Breakfsst Club. 1:00 P. M.
meeting. WEAF—Jesn Ellington, 4:80 P. M.
Conn. G e n . L i f e — 34*4 26i 4 WABC—Girl Interne. WEAF—Vie and Bade.
E. D. W HEINSOHN. Home _ SO', 32*4 songs. •**,
Secretary. WOR—Hilltop House.
Lincoln F i r e 3 Mi 3'. 0:45 A. M. / WABC—The Goldbergs.
Natl. L i b e r t y — 7*4 8»4 WEAF—Edwsrd MacHugh, WOR—Health Drama.
North R i v e r
Plaintiff, W e s t c h e s t e r F i r e
38'-, 38 eongs.
1:15 P. M.
4:45 P. M.
34 V, 36 Vi W O R — N . J. W o m e n ' s Clubs WEAF—Olrl Alone.
against HERBERT LAU, at a l . , de- NEW YORK CITY BANKS Program. W E A P - E s c o r t s and Betty, WOR—Restful Rhythm*.
fendants. . . , . _. songs. WABC^-Four Clubmen,
I n pursuance of a j u d g m e n t o f fore- BID ASKED WABC—Bachelor's Children.
rtoeuri a n d sale duly m a d e and entered In Bank of Manhattan 16 17 >4 voeal quartet.
t h e a b o v e entitU ' - - - - _ _ _ - _ « Bronx County 6'? 10:00 A. M. Romances.
the 4th i WEAF—Central City. WJZ—Fsrm S e r - i e o ; Crops;
tuaderslghS; Central Hanover . 88", 88<a
Markets. 4:58 P. M.
. 31 Vi S.1H WOR.—Pure F o o d Hour.
Chase Natl. W J Z — I n t o Tomorrow. WABC—Life Can B e WOR—Gabriel H e a t t e r .
. 41'j 44'a
Rotunda qi . . . . . Chemical Bank Beeutlful. WJZ—Press News.
the City of Mount Vernon N. ?.. on the City v' . 34'* 36 WABC—Pretty Kitty Kelly
30th day of January, 30, at 10:00 Continental Bank
I . 13 "a IS
o'clock in the , — forenoon o - that day the it _ 14 Where there is no listing for a station, its preceding program Is on the air
premises directed by aald judgmen t to be Empire Trust
remises directed by aald — 15
£ old and therein described aa follows
A M , t h a t certain lot, piece or parcel
First Natl. .1855
M484—WEAF—660K. M433WWO-U-710K. M30S—WJZ—700JC M14B-WABC—«60K.
of land, w i t h t h e buildings and lmprove- Irving Trust
ents thereon, s i t u a t e d I n the City of Lawyers Trust .
ount Vernon, County Of Westchester and Manufacturers Trust
a t e of N e w York, a n d k n o w n o n m
_ • » * ' .
40', 4 Syracuse Pitchers began in the third round of the
third annual titlist golf tourna- childrsn seeking et_
certain m a p entitled • _ a p of the V i l - New York Trust
l a g e of Mount Vernon In the T o w n of Title Guaranty
7>4 Most Effective In ment.
N e w U. S. Trust 1605 Miss Berg carded a 78. three over
B a s t e1h e s t e r . County of Westchester.
York ' m a d e by Andrew
veyor, d a t e d Westchester,
International I_oop women's par, yesterday for a 36-
E filed In the n m c e o f the R e eU tyr of Consumers Pr. OS Pfd. — 88»4
a S l
hole total of 158. Trailing Miss
SVMS Bt•ST, a n d °par? of }l Indiana. Pr. ft Lt. 6 ' , - . _ 103
number eight hundred twenty-nine NEW YORK, (UP)—Second-place Berg, who won both previous titlist orative as well as convenient. But
Jer. Con. Pr. * Lt. 5 t t * - 73 75
Jer. Oen. Pr. ft Lt. 07. — 81 83 Syracuse hac* the most effective tourneys, was Marion Miley, Lex- at the same time, 1668-B is as
Kings Cty. Ltg. 5% . 41 43 pitchers last year in the Interna- ington, Ky.. with 180. practical as a meat-grinder. It's
Kings Cty. U g . 1% 53 55
f e e l five inches easterly T r o m t h e aouth- Queens Boro. O. ft B. 6%. 16 Vi 10*4 tional League, final official averages easy to put en—Just pull the belt
M - t e r i y corner of First Street and T e n t h
showed today. through the side-slit and fasten it
• v e n u e ; thence running easterly a n d a l o n g
the southerly aide of First afreet tMrty-
one f e e t t o the westerly Boundary of lot
Legal Notices The first four finishers in the low- 1
Turf Scribes Select
—easy to iron, and extremely easy ,'V_8a#at <*V4»ojy *wiY ooar SRvrHrwaevae a* *>*• of totep at
or ten hundred and eighty-four
) ; t h e n c e southerly a n d a l o n g the
ur s"' wip^^rau %&aa est earned-run average race were Sande As Top Trainer
You'll find lt comforUbl* to
If voaar oktflm _M_fl«t f*»r the disM-wi i« rim***!, y t w l i n -
and three Inchen to trie northerly Syracuse pitchers. Charles Barrett n e e , efenng the t f r i a g mmmm at §ee_t Mwi-ft.
houndary of lot numher eight hundred • » $ topped the league with an average work in because armholes, waist-
rwenty-elght (82*): thenr* westerly snd MIAMI, (UP)—Earl Sande, once
along th« northerly boundary of iota n u n -
hers eljht hundred and twenty-e]|ht (831) of 2 34. He was followed by John the country's leading Jockey who line and hemline are all easy and
and elegit hundred and thirty i«.irn thirty Oee, 3.1 George Miner, 2.18 and Ted booted home three Kentucky Derby unhampering. Thanks to the ad- If vour K M B cleeet ia g-ttiitg efcia-py—if -ataeAa, teweJa, Men-nto i
O O .f»»«; snd th«
H Once northerly on a line
— — of lot Klelnhans, 2.00. justable belt, you can slip it on
winners, was named today the out- over your atreet drees, when you are *H find them aiverhswx. a k o .
Barrett worked in 39 games, won standing trainer of 1938. The honor come home late and must get R»T>
18 and lost three for a win-lose was voteed htm by the New York per in a hurry. Make this apron
JOHN L Y N N
Comptroller average of .842. He was topped In Turf Writers* Association. frock of percale, gingham or cal- If y e a are debe^ng aheet airings for your sell—hosiery. •«<»•» *atg, * * # *
that department only by John Haley Sande trained Stagehand, big- ico, and you'll wonder how yon
of Newark -.-ho won l? and lost 2 gest money winner last year. His ever kept house without itl a oeovt fer neat winter, mv, but there am S M M wenelerful bargain* to
for .186. Haley's earned-run average racers brought a total of ISM,*** Bkrbara Bell Pattern Ho. lfttt-B y e e cm M a l e l t h e . jWt aeaaairBg * * a** in thia paper each 4%.
8,47. to his employer, Maxwell Howard. is designed for sises 34, 3f, 3t, m\ the Weet-vight eejt ef the a * fe atf*
Willis Sharps Kilmer was voted •0, 43, 44 and 44. -Hat 36 re-
Patty Berg In Front the leading breeder. Johnny Long- tiuirea 4% yards of 3e-ineh mate-
den the leading Jockey and Alfred rial; 1 2-3 yard* for ruffle; 4%
». * .
In Titlist Golf Play Owynne YanderbUt, leading sports- yards of rlcrac
man. _h#y also will receive trophies. Enclose 15c In coin, giving pat-
A u O U S T A. Oa.. (UP)— Patty tern number and eh*.
Berg, red-haired national champion i M f iriosrs •OCKBT Betl Pattern ServiM
from Minneapolis, was four stroke* Box 73
4 .-. i ^
i ahead of the field today as play
Station O, New York, N Y . I
I es^ssssi^^™-^ n ejK«^ _w~i^H*ae w^^^^^if —— jp
• w •M Thomas M. Tryniski
309 South 4th Street
Fulton New York