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Daily News from New York, New York • 438

Publication:
Daily Newsi
Location:
New York, New York
Issue Date:
Page:
438
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DAILY NEWS, FRIDAY, JANUARY 27, 1928 Bkljn. Sec. 7 SHARK SCHOOL TRAILS SHIP; ITS TOO WISE TO GET HOOKED The steamship Vestris of the Lamport anI Holt line, carrying a captain said, until the ship was a few miles south of Ambrose lightship Wednesday when the Vestris ran into an electrical storm. IS Five Fires in Hour Make Vamps Step Bayside, Queens, has established a record in the number of fire alarms answered by the vamps of the community. Five alarms were sounded in the firehouse the other day within an hour.

All the fires, except one, were extinguished without material damage. your guarantee in this 12TH REPUBLICANS TO MAKE MERRY, The twenty-eighth annual enter-tainment of the Twelfth Assembly District Republican club of 409 9th Brooklyn, will be held Feb. 6 at Prospect hall, Prospect and 5th. aves. Former Internal Revenue Collector John T.

Rafferty and Emma L. Egelf are the executive members of the club. The com mittee in charge consists of George J. Ayen, chairman; Mrs. Matilda Monohan, vice chairman; Clarence Archibald, secretary; Donald Freund, assistant secretary; William S.

Drescher, treasurer, and Jessie Kew, assistant treasurer. cargo of ffee and ninety-eight passengers, from Buenos Aires, Rio de Janeiro, Trinidad and the Bar-badoes, docked yesterday at Pier 8, Brooklyn. According to Capt. W. J.

Cary, the passengers 'were much interested when a school of sharks followed the ship into the harbor at Trinidad, and several attempts by members of the crew to catch, the sharks were unsuccessful. No seriously bad weather was en- countered during the voyage, the TRAFFIC SIGNALS FOR TOWNS ON L. I. The state highway department has granted to the town of Islip, L. permission to erect three traffic signals at Bay Shore and two at Sayville.

The board also ordered the removal of an obsolete blinker at Sayville and the police booth at Bay Shore. yjfCfrfii FRAT TO STEP The Omega Phi Alpha fraternity will hold a winter dance at the Hotel Standish Arms, Columbia Heights, Feb. 10. VALUE A 1.0 rv SO yrmr Oall' rvaratatloa ef ftr and Mira dralinc Baa brm board or poller af riaccrratiai or ntinff aay artn-le la lorr. And to hi le we after alara lht kuar ara lowrr tbaa an ra la rv ork eaa effe.

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Interior drawer work is of white oak and mahogany. At this price we believe this to be the greatest bedroom suite value ever offered. In all fairness to yourself SEE IT! I 4 Charming Pieces at the Left JS 3 Diamond Dinner Ring Vr; $425 M-li $1 Weekly $149 Credit Price $165 $17 Down $2 Weekly 7Tr-ri Ku-wfcttp. prf.f-tJv rut lint. tit an riquisil'My bpw.

A -1 A new feature for 1928 the splendidly designed bedroom suite shown at the left. Includes Dresser, French style Vanity, Chest of Drawers and Bow-end Bed. Rich Walnut. Compare this sensational value with suites elsewhere. 840 340 1535 Rroadway 166-01 Jamaica Avt Cocfctefric4J3i rr.Mn) Broadway -fcf-ff Broadway livtowston St lilt rr-r Crh Coiner ftiri? Al Open Saturdaya 10 P.

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