The Courier-News from Bridgewater, New Jersey on October 4, 1935 · Page 21
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ftlt'Jhone PlalnfieU 6-8000 PLAINFIELD, N. J., COURIER-NEWS, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1935 PAGE TWENTY-ONE Trenton Facts By SENATOR CHARLES E. LOlZEAUi M T a The Only One In Plainfield I MIRON'S MAPLE HOUSE Is Open For Fall! OPEN EVERY EVENING UNTIL 9 O'CLOCK of the important problems to A Department Store of Home furnishings 134 E. FRONT ST. PLAINFIELD, N. J. Refurnish the entire house in MAPI E government, under its present legislation would not be compelled to pay back to the state any funds collected from New Jersey employers. New Jersey taxpayers will pay other levies to Washington, such as a tax for eld age pensions. These taxes will be paid regardless of state legislation, but where suitable state laws exist the funds will be returned for state use. If adequate legislation is not enacted, the revenue collected, as in the case of th-s unemployment insurance levy, will be turned over to the federal treasury. In order to determine what new state legislation will be required and what amendments to our existing social security legislation" will be needed in order to bring federal and trade-in your old furniture well allow a liberal amount to wards your purchase New Table Top GAS RANGES be facred by the 1&35 New Jersey Legislature is now being carefully Jfudied by the State Soc.al Security Commission, which was created this year to bring into uniformity federal and state legislation relating to old age pensions, the care of de-indent children and. other social problems. Under terms of the Federal Social Security Act. New Jersey will be taxed heavily in 1S36 and unless adequate state social security legislation is enacted these neve levies will be turned over to the national treasury without benefiting this state in any way. For example unless New Jersey enacts unemployment insurance legislation m 1936,' the state will lose to the federal government all of the proceeds of the 1 per cent tax on industrial payrolls provided for by the federal set. ' - ' As recently explained by Thomas Elliott, general counsel to the Federal Economic Security Commission, the federal" act -provides , a tax of 1 per cent on the payrolls of employers next year. If any employer operating in New Jersey pays the state his unemployment insurance fundhe would be allowed credit-by the federal authorities for taxes paid. Ninety per cent of the total unemployment insurance taxes paid would be placed in a trust fund "n Washington, where it could - be drawn upon any time New Jersey made application for insurance payments. The remaining 10 per cent of tae tax income would be for administrative uses. .Unless" New Jersey enacts an unemployment.- insurance law, however, the federal Our purpose is to clear the way for NEW furniture by helping you dispose of your OLD, 7 out-worn, out-moded furniture. - - 32-5 state measures !nto uniformity, the New Jersey . Social Security Commission is consedering the situation from all angles and collecting all available statistics. State welfare egencies are co-operating by preparing estimates of the cost of complying with the federal act. 4- . Due to the widespread interest in the Federal Social Security Act and its relation to this etate, it is planned to hold a public, hearing at Trenton before any final conclusion i3 reached on proposed new legislation or amendments to present laws. At this writing, the tentative date of Oct. 7, at 10 a m. had been set for this hearing. It is also expected the proposed changes and additions to our state social security legislation will be submitted to the Federal Economic Security Commission n Washington for approval before it is finally recommended for enactment by the 1936 Legislature. Bring a list of. the articles you wish to trade in when you come to select your furniture. Your choice of Black and White or Ivory and Green with black trim. Fitted with modern door handles and fittings. . iyYi-iijjiiiyy-i oimwmmwum tty- Comfortable! MAPLE LIVING ROOM Ouf appraiser will make you a liberal allowance for your old furniture. If your purchase is made on the Budget Plan, the trade-in allowance on your old furniture may be applied to the down payment on your new furniture - . MX WORLD of .Watchim; Avenue Aspect Is Aided By Alterations An opportunity for you to discard you old type range for one of these new table top ranges. Insulated "to reduce the amount of your gas bill. Equipped with large oven and broiling compartment. Also a large section for keeping pots and pans. . All porcelain exterior and interiors. , i Only $1 Weekly i TAMPS Maple and gay colors glorify this suite. You can really build your entire living room around these three decorative pieces. We were attracted to the mellow rnkple frames and the handmade look that QUALITY furniture always boasts. The gay homespun coverings are attractive and will give excellent . service. We've combined good looks and good wear. 3 pea. : $49 Among the recent projects affect- d have done more to enhance the ap Just Received! FLOOR LAMPS By QCTXTON JAMES . Importance of national products, such, as tobacco, coffee and the like, often are taken into consideration when a Latin-American country issues a stamp or a-set of stamps. : 'A further example of this policy is provided in a new triangular airmail stamp just coming from Paraguay. While an airplane1 is included " the design, that part of the draw- Gleaming! Mellow! SOLID MAPLE BEDROOM rr pearance of f lamneKi s Dusmess district than the alternations made n the west side of Watchung Ave-nue : between Front and Second Streets. - " ' - ' "- Acting as trustee for the Estate of J. Fred MaeDonald, the Plain-field Trust Company remodeled the buDding now occupied by the Public Service Electric and Gas Company, at 106-108 Watchung Avenue. By adding a second story to this building and building . a modern terra cotta front, the aspect of the entire block was changed. - - T. .t The -adjoining property, known as 110-112. has also been completely 3 large pieces - with the new indirect light - v. ?y . . -. ---v- remodeled, I10"bemg occupied - by .95 aaUaeMMri tin f tne trvergreen iairy, nu i" uj Mrs. Bertha H. , Slevin's Elite Frocks Shops. The fronts and Interiors of both these stores - have been carefully planned to give ideal display space and attractive exter- Mm , The estate of Charles H. Hand, acting through The Plainfield Trust Company, as trustee, has built rear pxtenaons and has remodeled the I --fronts on 120 and ' 122 Watchung IT .j r-. 4 - at 1 7A tVltt o v , P " A great assortment. AU equipped with the new indirect lighting feature that throws the light on the ceiling , as . well as downwards. Fitted. with three candle effect in addition. The bronze bases are the newest thing in lamps today. A choice of variegated heavy parchment shades to match your decorative schemes. ' , " ', - Bridge Lamps ing is small, with the reproduction of a tobacco plant given the prominent central position. ' - Below the plant is the inscription, "The tobacco of Paraguay is of ex celleht quality." The stamp appears to be a new value, also, having a face of 17 pesos. The color is light brown. ' Among the other countries which have called attention to their products via postage stamps are Salvador, Ecuador, Costa Hica, and Colombia, as well as Haiti. Coffee has been a prime subject for consideration, although Salvador also has pointed out that "only Salvador produces the balsam of Peru." , In at least one instance Colombia presented a special issue devoted to its products, described in the catalog as the "wealth of Colombia issue." Besides a coffee plantation it pictured an emerald mine, a platinum mine, gold mining and oil wells. . - ' - .-j.-. rS.-.-. : v.-& Avenue. i uc nrnx i t. . l w . .j Manville Hat Shop. Charles KaU occupies. 122, dealing in household furnishings. : " Plainfield residents who remem- . ber the appearance of these properties a few years-, ago realize that these changes have not only en.-, '. hanced the value" of the altered buildings but at so those of the entire block. ' $1 Delivers 4.50 to match the above Junior lamps. The whole world seems to be mad about Maple. It's easy to understand. The fresh smooth texture of the wood is adaptable to the simplest of . designs? It has a varm. and substantial beauty "that en--duf es This bedroom suite, . executed in SOLID MAPLE ; is a striking example of the charm and value to be had in maple.' Finished in the new reddish tone with gleaming, mellow lustre. "Consists of Dresser with separate mirror. Full size bed and chest of drawers. Vanity table may be had to match. .V ' Hackensack Property ; Valuation Com OPEN A MIRON BUDGET ACCOUNT tmg i For A Limited Time! $1 CASH ; - Xew Monaco Value , Monaco, the small principality on the southern coast of France famed for its Monte Carlo, has found the need for a 3.50 franc value in its Trenton (JP) The State Board of Tax Appeals ruled yesterday, tbe Haekensack Water Company's 196 acres of land and dam in Woodcliff Lake are worth $148,195 and should be taxed accordingly. The municipality had assessed the property at J304.1CO, and the company contended it was worth only $47,862. Roller Skating Party Is Scheduled by GE Only $1 Weekly tMMIHIIIIII l.li...J...JlHHll.W Buys A Simmons Solid Maple Dinette Set Members and friends of the Christain Endeavor Society of Trinity Reformed Church, will hold a rollsr skating party at the Plain-field' Amusement Academy, Satur- .50 jt day night Tickets may be obtained front the members or at the office 1 of the academy. . . ' s Pes 29 current list of. pictorial stamps first issued in 1933. So it has inserted an adhesive of that denomination, printed in orange. The design is identical to that on the 25-centime olive black which pictures the royal palace as seen from a distance. The insert increases the number of current values to 20, ranging from 15 centimes to 20 francs and including the portrait of Prince Louis II on the 40-c. Take 40 Weeks : : , to pay the , Yoiu 'Eyes All the best qualities of maplehave combined to make this the most charming and eye-arresting set' ever offered at this low price. SOLID MAPLE throughout, in the new Dutch colonial effect. : The table is of the refectory type and will seat six comfortably .when open. Note the unusually well designed chairs and you will know one of the reasons for our great enthusiasm. Consists of .table and four chairs. ',' -f ; 85 Boulder Dam Stamp Decision by the U. S. postoff ice department to issue a special 3-cent stamp in connection with the completion of Boulder dam, shows that it will be the same size as the recent commemoratives the dimensions of the special delivery stamp. The color also will be of the prevalent purple shading. It will picture an air view of the dam, with first-day sale set for Boulder City, Nev., on September 30 and at other postoffices October 1. This is a change from the original plan. True Colonial Effects! AXMiNSTER of human knowledge is gained through eyes. The realization of this fact makes clear the necessity of keeping your eyes in good condition, free from strain. Here you may be sure of a careful eye test. Becoming glasses, if needed, are at prices you can afford to pay. Take advantage of our extended credit plan, and pay for your Classes while wearing R::UG5 iif 29-50 For a short time only these unusually liberal terms are in effect. An outstanding chance for you to get better sleep while you pay. By all means get a Beautyrest NOW 1 Hate Triangles While the triangular stamp has been rather popular abroad from time to time as a means of offering a different method of presentation, this plan never has been adopted for use in the United States. Probably the most famous of the triangles are the early Cape of Good Hopes, among the first ever printed. These were prepared in 1853, 1855, 1861 and 1863. Most of them have a more or less high value rating, with two in particular in the rare classification. These are the 1-penny blue error and the 4-penny red error of 1861. The former is listed at $1,250 used and the latter at $5,000 unused or $1,250 used. The stamps of the 1861 issue are known as "wood blocks," the plates being locally made. They were stereotypes mounted on wood. The errors were caused by a stereotype of each value being mounted on the plate of the other, value. . - V them. S. KEIT Optometrist GOLDBLATT Credit Jewelers-Opticians 235 W. Front St. Open Monday, Friday and Saturday Evenings. All the glorious colors usually seen only in genuine hooked rugs hare been interpreted in these excellent quality Axminsters. Vivid blues and yellows . . . charming rose and brown ... all combined in exquisite designs to delight the lover of Early American Decoration. All-over and bordered patterns to choose from for your bedroom, dining room or living room. This offer is well worth a visit. .... FREE! SAVINGS BANK With' Every Beautyrest!

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