The Ithaca Journal from Ithaca, New York on May 5, 1937 · 15
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The Ithaca Journal from Ithaca, New York · 15

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THE ITHACA JOURNAL. WEDNESDAY EVENING. MAY 5, 1937 FIFTEEN jge Credited t To Red Hair MBS. SARAH WORMER PverCT) Science may not Jree. Mrs- Sarah Wormer, 102, convinced that red-haired per- M live the longest. - . Vioir and five nf m v I "I nave '.Midren were red-haired," Bhe says. The i've lcu" " ' tat y fjve other children who lert dark haired, died young or in middle age." Her husband, dark-haired, died years ago. Her oldest son, T. A. fforaer of Denver, is 82 and her yooigt. Charles G. Wormer of Spokane, Wash., is 60. jlrs. Wormer, whose red hair now is streaked with gray, weighs but 60 pounds and is four feet tall. She is in god health but hard of Bearing. -I have seen many changes in the mechanical and scientific world during my life time," she jaid "All have made life faster and lessened work. But despite the new ways of amusing one's self, I still cling to solitaire, the same recreation I enjoyed 75 years ago while waiting for my husband to return from the Civil War." Organ Smoke-Proof London CP) Not a grain of London smoke or fog will be able to enter Westminster Abbey's $100,000 organ, which is being rushed to Barbara Bel! Patterns Here's "sheer" romance straight from Paris, in an afternoon frock in the new design more feminine than what we've been seeing, and yet more sophisticated. The girdle waistline is a prominent feature, with the ribbon belt tying in front. Also a late detail is the soft little collar at the vee-neckline. Puffed sleeves and a flared skirt finish off the frock with debonair swing. Wear it in any kind of sheer, dimity, dotted swiss, voile, chiffon or bem-berg sheer. Barbara Bell Pattern fro, 1272-B is available for siz$s 14, 16, 18, 20, 40 and 42. Corresponding bust measurements 32, 34, 36, 38, 40 and 42. Size 16 (34) requires 4 yards 35-inch fabric and 2Vz yards ribbon for the best. BARBARA Ltl.L Barbara Bell Pattern Service Tbe Ithaca Journal, fust Office Bos 140 Times Square Station, New York, New York. Enclo FIFTEEN CENTS In coins for Pattern No. Size Nanue Address (Wrap coins securely :n paper) SEND FOR THE BARBARA BELL SPRING AND SUMMER PATTERN BOOK. Make yoursell attractive, practical and becoming clothes, selecting designs from tbe Barbara Bell well-planned, easy to-rnake patterns. Interesting and exclusive fashions for tittle children and the difficult lunior age; slenderizing, well-cut jatterns for the mature figure, afternoon dresses for the most particular your," women and matrons and other patterns for special occasions are all to be found In the BARBARA BELL PATTERN BOOK. Send 15c today for vour copy. The Ithaca Journal. I72-B PO Box 140, Times Squr-re Station, New York Oitv completion for the coronation. Sci ence, it is said, has conquered one of the greatest enmies of organ preservation. The wind which blows into the new organ will be "remoist- ened" by a filter that will remove all impurities before the air enters the pipes. 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GREATER STORAGE-ABILITY 3 GREATER PROTECT-ABILITY 4-GREATER BEPEK5-ABILITY 5. GREATER SCTE4BIUTT OnfyFRtGtOAIKE IwstiM Cwts CrrtHt Coat to Mm Bowl See an electric meter prove it THAYER RADIO COMPANY T128 West Seneca St. Phone 8853 Authorized Frigidaire Sales and Service Special for Mother's Day, May 9 FREE: Beautiful Sterling Silver Gift Medallion, suitably graved: "To Mother from the Family, (date) " Sleep Upsets Pigeon Post it ifri-n - - - - ml -A:-:oi.yWfc jh. - --r nr-llMi-IMi 1 HE Glenn O. Young releases from a hospital window a pigeon that carries news from the bedside of Young's wife to members of the family. Sapulpa, Okla. UP) Not all hom ing- pigeons go straight home Occasionally, says Glen O. Young, Sapulpa lawyer, a wayward one succumbs to the lure of. city life and stays out all night. His most recent difficulty was with one of a flock that had been flying messages from the bedside of his wife, ill in a Tulsa hospital, to the family home here, a distance of more than 18 miles. Instead of flying directly home the bird roosted overnight at the pigeon house of J. D. Wild in Tulsa, Wild sent the bird on its way with a note telling where it had been killing time. Young's three sons began raising the pigeons two years ago as a hobby. When Mrs. Young went to the hospital, Young took a basket of the birds along and released them with hourly bulletins on her condition. After learning their route, the pigeons " flew regularly from hospital to home roost in 20 minutes. Junior Policemen Help Curb Crime Pennsacola, Fla. C Pensa-cola youths have the opportunity of realizing ambitions to be a policeman without waiting to "grow up." In a move to curb a "growing criminal tendency among youngsters," the Pensacola police department and the Pensacola trade school collaborated in organizing a junior police department and an honor court to try juvenile offenders. The department members hip comprises boys under 16 who passed examinations. The policemen were required to take the oath administered regular policemen and they wear uniforms. The 12 youths making highest marks in the examination were commissioned as members of the honor court and hear cases brought before them by the junior "cops." Pain Was Broken Neck Buffalo CT) Hit by an automo bile Sunday, 69-year-old Anthony Formica complained of a pain in his neck but refused to go to a hospital. Today a doctor found Formica's neck was broken. The doctor said he thought Formica would recover, however. Around Neiv York STATE Interesting Bits of News by Telegraph or from Exchanges. Stamp Find Valuable New York A rare U. S. postage stamp error found by Herman Herst Jr., In the stock of a Port land, Ore., curio dealer was sold to George B. Sloane, stamp dealer acting for an unnamed client. The price was not disclosed, but Herst said it compared favorably with recent auction sales of similar stamps which have brought $3,300 and $3,600. The total cost of the stamp to Herst was $103. He bought it for $3, and after discovering it was a rarity, paid the Portland dealer $100 for a Dili of sale so as to establish clear title to it. The stamp is a very fine cancelled copy of the 30-cent value of the 1869 issue, with inverted flags, a printing error which distinguishes it from' the normal variety. Labor Shortage Boon Delhi Shortage of farm labor in Delhi County has proved a boon to students of the Delhi State School of Agriculture, H. L. Smith, director of the school, says. "The demand for workers exceeds the supply," Smith said, "Members of the senior class, recently graduated, have been uniformly successful in securing permanent employment." Meanwhile, from Robert Decker, national re-employment bureau manager in Delhi, came an explanation for the farm labor scarcity. "Preference for employment calling for shorter hours and higher wages is one of the reasons for the shortage," Decker explained. "We have enough married men available for jobs, but requests for a dozen single men thus far have gone unfulfilled." Edwards Twenty pigs were born last week to a sow owned by Robert Given of Edwards. Litters of this size are very unusual. Due to anatomical limitations of the sow several of the pigs will have to be nourished with a bottle. Cortland Rev. D. Cecil Flatt, pastor of Cortland Larger Parish for the past 10 years, announced his resignation at the morning service Sunday at the Second Con gregational Church of this city. His resignation becomes effective . July 1, when he will take up the pastorate at the Plainville, Christian Church in northwestern Onondaga County. Owego Commenting on the proposed purchase of the Owego Water Works by the village, Village Health Officer E. E. Bauer said that he was opposed to buying "that piece of junk known as tne water system." Albany Spring fever sent Robert Skelly, 3, and John Wilcott, 4, exploring Albany and a policeman's hunch that thev had strayed rrom home brought them back in a po lice car. But not until tne adventurers had tried without success to visit the State Education building. "We was in that building but some big guy threw us out," one of the pair explained. rnblpskill A Gilboa farmer, arrested on the charge of cruelty to animals, was given a suspenaea sentence when he agreed to sell or give away a colt, a mare and a kennel of dogs which State Trooper J. H. Mennicki said were being scantily fed. . Binghamton Charles D. Freer, inspector in charge of the Binghamton State Conservation Department bureau, warns that unless the state declares a closed season on muskrat and mink there is danger of extinction of these furbearers. Unadilla Unadilla exhibited a preference for the tried and true recently when the village board appointed Clerk Willis Topliff for the 27th consecutive year, and named Charles C. Flaesch village attorney for the 26th year. 4 . Girl Burns to Death Rochester (.T Irene Ross, 15, o "testof, was dead today, a victim of flames which burned the clothing from her body. The child's dress caught fire while she was playing around a bonfire near her home Saturday. MP AM TMEOT MGR 9 SALES J( - tV , ; r- Si COMPLETE ROOM LOT WALLPAPER 10 rolls sidewall at 12c .$1.20 20 yds. border at 5c 1.00 4 rolls ceiling at 10c 40 1 lb. paste at 15c .15 Regular Value . . , s2.75 SPECIAL PRICE 4.69 1 qt. Wilbert' No-Rub Floor ALL FOR Wax ) 1 Wilbert's Mop Appli- cator E 12-oz. Bot. Furniture Polish JL INTERIOR GLOSS PAINT $3 SPAR VARNISH FLOOR AND DECK ENAMEL 1.98 gal. $1.98 gal. 4.98 gal. $1.10 V gaL $1.10 V2 gaL $1.10 Yz gaL FLAT WALL PAINT, gal : . . $1.98 or V2 Gal $1.10 ROTHSCHILD'S Wallpaper and Paints Third Floor New Chamber Head i I vvW i M f r George H. Davis, above, Kansas City grain dealer and newly-elected president of the United States Chamber of Commerce, will act as spokesman and head the chamber's yearly program. General proposals included amendment of the Wgner Act, opposition to Supreme Court change and alternation of Social Security Act. DIAL, 2758 A bunch of Spring Flo-.vers for MOTHER'S DAY! Bool's Flowerdale, Inc. Permanent Waves CROQUIGNOtE COMBINATION or RINGLET $1.95 ALSO $2.50 $3.50- -$5.00 Posh Wave, require no finger waving Soft, natural Marcel effect with Beantifnl Ringlet Ends goaranteed 100. That cannot be cat off regardless of how many times the hair is cut. Satisfaction Absolutely Guaranteed 12 Tears' Experience NEIGHBORHOOD BEAUTY STUDIO 116 N. Geneva St. Phone 9611 Open Evenings Auto Body and Radiator Works Auto Painting Body, Fender and Radiator Repairing Auto Top Repairing , Ato Glass Upholstering 224 S. Cayuga St. Rear Tel. 7321 DEPARTMENT SALE? MGMSo9 1 J. Shehadi Offers These Lovely LACE CLOTHS Sizes 63x80, 72x90 and 72x72 Inches 1.79 EACH Beautiful ecru lace table cloths, machlnemade copies of exquisite handmade ones. Choice of several lovely patterns. Slightly imperfect. Wonderful values. BRIDGE SETS 79c Atrractively boxed hand embroidered bridge sets consisting of cloth and 4 napkins. Choice of colors. GUEST TOWELS 29c Guest size linen towels, hand embroidered. Great values at this special low price for 3-Days. PILLOW CASES $1.19 Pr. Hand embroidered standard size pillow cases of fine muslin. Get several pairs. BOUDOIR SETS 69c Scarf and vanity sets in dotted swiss. 5 pieces in all. You'll want a set at this low price. ROTHSCHILD'S Fancy Linens First Floor SPECIAL FOR ROTHSCHILD'S DEPARTMENT MANAGERS' SALE! OVER 300 NEW SUMMER u f A IT .& WHITE FELTS, PANAMAS AND CREPES, SALE PRICED! OPEN CROWNS . . HALOS . . BRIMS COLORS : ' WHITE AND PASTELS , HEADSIZES TO 24 Just at the beginning of the season, every new style imaginable at this low price! Our Mr. Weiss Scoured the Market for These Great Hat Buys!. ROTHSCHILD'S Millinery Second Floor . f ? W ft , 5hop Daily from 9 to 6; Sats. to 9 p. m. Dial 2711 t

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