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FITCHBURC SENTINEL. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1938 The Stock Market VvV.l a t t h e NEW Y O K K , Sept 19 Street e x p r e s f e d i's iv'.icf apparent p-ti;ii^ i"r i h e rr. the "war" nha-t 1 ot t / i e Cen cris;s 1:1 jl;.i:i: puce today 1 to ij ;."V -.t^ .T : of the pnrcip^u efl;:i'.:r^ '.'·. the sto?k exche-inue. After an opo:-:r^ in w h i t - h si me issues chiiiKod h a r d s i:-, l ! . \ k s of POLITICAL A D V E R T I S E M E N T ·:·.' of , E u s w h i c h f u r ' s e v e i a l thousand shares, trading ur.rrer!i.itelv slowed to a w a l k , and ' a , l \ iiKci'M were scored on very U p h t ! Fro'n (J'e h o g i r n i n ; steels, motors, 1 t hr-'-:c-:i! = . r e t a i l s ' ' i r r isiii"; ar.'! r i i j j c c i l a n e n ' j s n i a : i M l a c ! u r m t ; ^ h . r r s look the piay. Utiiitiei and raik went ahe'u'. but wc:e neglected. M e t a l shares f o u p d a f o l l i ' V . I P K : a l t e r copper, lead and zinc prices ' were ir.rrcctsed by leading producer?. ·;o of the widi-st gainers--tir-ar- ; ly aii v.-erp hnidins? '1'e best part of · t h e i r advances in p--r!y a f t e r n . H . m - ' w e r e I'. S. Steel. A i n e i icun S m e l t - POLITICAL ADVERTISEMENT TELESPHORE LEBOEUF FOR CONGRESS , Vice President Southern Worcester County Bar Assn. Member of Worcester County and American B«r Assn. Secretary Massachusetts Republican Club 1932-36. Former Vice President Worcester County Republican Club. Member Massachusetts Electoral College 1921. 'President Webster - Dudley Branch American Red Cross since 1923. Attorney and Director of Webster National Hani;. Served as Town Counsel and Water Commissioner of Webster. Town Moderator since 192S. Graduate Boston University Law School. Bom in Webster and Resides with Wife and Family at 750 _ School St. "I dedicate myself to legislation which w i l l contribute to th? greater welfare of our workers, to the acceleration of our Industries, and to the progress of our farrrters." TELESPHORE LEBOEUF, for Congress HERBERT C. BRANCH, 253 Main St., Webtter, M» ·,ng. Anarnnda. Cerro de Ptsco, Bethlehem, Y o u n s M n w u Sheet Tube. C h r \ s ' e r . U-.iPont, U n i o n Carbide, ' I n t r r n a t i . i n a l Nickel, U. S Rub'.;er, ' t i e n e r a l Mot-rs, Wo-'tinghouse, Gcn- · i c ' ! F;!ec!nr. Johns M u n v i l l c . Loew's, Mor.ts^mery Word Senrs l i o e h u v k , Penney. I n t e r n a t i o n a l Harvester. J. I. Ca^e, O l i v e r Farm. C a t e r p i l l a r . ! A l h s Chrilmer?, and Standard Oil of \ J. i Advnnces were general in the c u r b ir.arKet. Up 1 to as much as 4 points i \./erp Technicolor. A l u m i n u m Ltd., · R e e d H o l l e r B i t . Carrier C o r p , 1 A l u m i n u m Co . Lake Shore and 1 A m e r i c a n Gas E l e c t r i c . Wheat and corn at Chicago wcie sharply lower as xrains lost f a v o r . of btivors who had wanted it * few da'.'S ago as a war speculation. Cott o n , sold ia.-t week when it looked · l i k e conflict mmht break out abroad at any moment, was in demand at hipher pricej. ·'-- ·-'"*, i ! field, died yeiterday'in the Mercy wi-h a hi-h mass rf requiem. Burial ; \TA!\T TOWN WPA i hflspiUl, Springfield. She was the 1 w i l l he m St John's cemetery. ! . ,, i sister-in-lgw of Mr. and Mrs. John B u r n s and M r s . M a r y Burns, a i l i I this city, and was a f o r m e r F u c h ; burg resident. She is survived by her hu.-band. James H. Burns: t w o riir.i^htci. Misses Eileen and M a r i e B u r n s , three brothers, Thomas M i ' y n i h n n . . ! Daniel Moynihan. a n d Michael Moy- 1 nihan; and two sisters, Mi-^s N o r n i r Moynihan and Miss Mary E l l e n Mo-nihan, all of Palmer. The f u n e r a l will be Wednesday mominf at 9 o'clock a' Our LJKIV | of Hope church. S p r i n g f i e l d , Bur;,,! will be in t h a t c r y . Mr Oirnii! W H S iiorn in C i a r d n e r I Dr.- 2. IS.Ti. W. nl I V n . - k and M..rv a me.-nrx-r o! t r u 1 r:.-i.,,:i Co., l.-K., \ c.'i: .s aLI'" 1 . Ho I I M V O S his M a r v U. .-!· l M r l ! He w.,.s f . ; f i r m r , f J. A but rf. ;:'i-i wife, th" f o r m e r PROJECTS STARTED (Continued frnni Pace Onv) m i ' j - l y D i c k - POLITICAL ADVntI FOUTICAL ADVEATUCME.NT M u r r a y , a brother. John Cur:-''.!, and two rioters. Mrs. M a r y l.i a:r.v .u-.d Mr-;. Margaret Flanagan, all of this city. i Remi J. Chartier | Remi J. C h a r t i e r . SO, of 127*5 W a t r i street, died yesterday m o r n i n g at , his home. Formerly a carpenter, he I had retired in 1928. He was b-vrn Deaths H a r r y M. Simpson L E f i M I N S T E H . Sept. 19 -- Harry M Sirn|,."!i, 71.', i ' f "fi Mechanic ^ t : c · ^ . · ! ti.ecl \c.-'crd:.y at Lf)min:ter I n s p i l i i l a f t e r a I::vj(-r:n2 illness. He was bx-n in N e w p u r t . Vt., and had been a r e s i d e n t if t h i s c i t y for more i l l , , 1 1 50 \ e a r s . He w.i5 a retired i - i m b e r . .,^,^..^C. Si:::p'.-n i ' f l - i k r p . - i r : . N H, and ,'hV ! a cl.'iuchtcr. Mrs. J-!m S. Thompson Joseph F. Preston Joseph F. Preston. 70, of 230 Summer street died yesterday at his home. He was born in Newport, Vt., : and had been a resident of Fitch- bur;; for the past 30 years. He attended Rollstnnc Congregational church and had been employed by Webber Lumber Co. for 25 years. 1 He is survived by his wife, Mrs. | Florence (Mathewson) Preston; a · son. Paul G. Preston; a daughter, 'Mrs. Deanc Eldridge o f , P l y m o u t h ; 1 three grandchildren; a sister. Mrs. F. ·· Herbert Bachelder of Manchester, N. H.. and a half-brother, H. Eugene · Allard of Boston. | The funeral will be at the Sawyer I funeral home Tuesday at 2 o'clock. i Burial will be in Forest Hill ceme- | tery. Calling hours at the funeral '·home will be from 7 to 8.30 o'clock i this .evening. . _..,,.. ,~,-: -; -- lived in F i U h b u r g X v e a i s . He ^ f ^ f Mirvivefl a member of the A r t i s a n s soi the Society of St. C a n n l l c and Sacred Heart society of St. France' church. Mr. Chartier is survived by three daughters, Mrs. Ge"ige Bussiere and Mrs. Alboni l^avoie. b o t h ol Fitchburg, and Mrs. Alderic Jalbert of Fiskdale: an adopted d a u g h t e r . Miss Georgia Gaane C h a r t i e r of t h i s c i t y ; and two sons, O v i l a of New i York city, and Joseph H. Chartier ' of Ontario, Canada. | Funeral services will be from the i home tomorrow morning at ; o'clock, with a solemn hiah riaM ! requiem at St. Francis' ; Burial will b« in St. Joseph's ceme- I tery. G r e i - f . v i l l o . N H. A ro:r.rr,'.nal scrvicf w.!l be held : v . ( i r i - ' W . - i l t e n i f c i i i ,v the Green- A s h b u i n^ai.'i,, Mr. W a l l a c e said, has c o n s t r u c t e d roadi and sidewalks w i t h WI'A old. Even if it _jncar..s a loan for mate- lials and equipment it would still he a Rndd investment for most towns, Mr. \Vattace. said, hecaust.' it would Kive the people r f thv c o m m u n i t i e s the benefit-; of t h e improvement and t h e .^avir'K in t u t u r e upkeep would meets the- p a y m e n t s on the bonds w i t h o u t h a r d s h i p . Mr. W r f l l a c e is hopt-fu! that he w i l l soon receive from Fort Duven,s assignments for 1IK) 01 more workers. There w e i e 200 F i t c h b u r g men emploved at the a r m y post up to .____..-^Jast.^iiujifi »iiuj,_ihe,. *Ml.~.y£f. i JTj ! closed The co-ordmator said it is going to be a serious problem to keep s u f f i c i e n t w i n t e r projects going here to give employment to 1SOO mi-n. Republicans --- Nominate DELBERTA. WELLES, M.D. Funerals F o r .Mnir Ki-prcsi'nlathr In ihr (.1-11- rr»l (.eiurt, 11 Hi Mum-'U'r Di.-irict, Dr. V W I l f * h a man cl U c i i l n l i h a r - *c(rr. rnjwihlr in n c n rr»|n-ft to reprr^rnt anrt srrvr mi nn Boncnn Hill. His work in thr ( I t y (.mrrn- mpnt ""has Nhown good sound j u d g - ment and ha* uon t h - rc*pc't ^f fvrryonr Hiii mand on the financUl qucMim ii k n o w n lo a l l . I l r . alone. opposed thp larKi' expenditure of monrv for thf ( u « h l n z I'.im prnlK-t. also thp uncalled for o*pf?n'!Uurt m of rnon^v on Putnam Strert He U th* friend of ihe lalinrinii nun and stand's fnr s t e a d y w m k and satlsfar- torv wage*, less s q u a n d e r i n g of city and *tati rnnne. thfrehv Irswninj the ro*t of l i v i n g ; *tands for the right in every ruprct. Thai's the kind of a person \ n u w a n t a* a ivprpwnt- a l l v e Do \ o i i r part liv \otinj? for him StplomtK-r 2Cth, 193S. iKfi~vbTe wtuisr OBF.O K D A K C H , 113 M.irtle Ave. The bulk of the world's nickel is mined at S u d h u r y , O n t a r i o , Canada. The American public is swindled out cf more t h a n a b i l l i o n dollars every j c a r by mail f r a u d schemes. William Spvlios William Spylios, 45, of AHenville, N. Y., formerly of this c i t y , died at the home of Gus Gelcp. 159 Mt. Vernon street, Saturday afternoon, after . Oscar Erickson, Burin a long illness. #*- Mrs. 52. of Mrs. Nellie Burns Nellie (Moynihan) Burns, Freeman Terrace, Sprins?- POtmCAL ADVERTISEMENT POLITICAL ADVERTISEMENT POLITICAL ADVERTISEMENT CONTINUE HONEST GOVERNMENT RE-ELECT n GOVERNOR CHAS. F. HURLEY Two years ago I sought your support of my candidacy for Governor of Massachusetts. I shall never forget your generous response and subsequent endorsement. At that time I pledged myself to an honest, efficient, and humane administration. Confident that I have kept faith with the people of Massachusetts, I appeal for a continuance of your support in my contest for re-election. CHARLES F. HURLEY. GOVERNOR HURLEY is the ONLY Democrat who can be elected GOVERNOR in NOVEMBER. For Transportation To the Polls Call 4522 GOV. CHARLES F. HURLEY CLUB OF FITCHBURG, Stephen V. Duffy, Chairman, 62 Warren St ANOTHER GRAND EVENT Fitchburg's FaU Opening starting with Open House Tomorrow Evening affords another opportunity to inspect our newly remodeled store and the fully prepared array of new stock and Fall styles. Tuesday evening this store, like others, will hold Open House -- you are invited to come in, make your- seif at home, and look over the new goods and new store as much as you may wish. Wednesday Morning extraordinary values will be 01 sale throughout the en-tire store. This Will Be a Week For You to Save With Everything At Its Best in Fall Apparel For Men and Boys. With Lane's standard of quality you can be sure of satisfaction. Prize coupons given free for this event. F. H. LANE COMPANY Isaac K. Malison LUNENBURG, Sept. 19 -- The 9 i f u n e r a l of Isaac E. Mattson, of 11 fit 2 o'clock at the Emmanuel Lut h e r a n church. Fitchburg Rev; Fred J. Benson officiated. W. Einar Perion was the .vloi.«t and Miss Ka;h- crinp Ro?er was the orpanist. The bearers were Axel GuMafson, Carl H. Johnson. G u s t a f Gilbcre. i Jr.. Paul Johnson. S i x t e n Olson and ; WHS in Forest store in Allenvtlle and was visiting at th« home of Mr. Gelep. He is survived by his wife. Mrs. Bessie (Kokolias) Spylios. and a son John Spylios of AHenville; two sisters, Mrs. Eugenia Carandes. Buffalo. N. Y.: Mrs. Esther Katsikas of Greece; two brother.-, Harry and FALSE TEETH That Looien ! Need Not Embarrut | Many wearers if loose falw teeth ha\e s i i f f c r f d real en-.barraswncnt b*- cflu^f t h e i r p l a t e droppt-d. slipped or w n h b l f d at j u s ' t h e w r o n g limp. Do not live in f e a r of thus happening tn .vnu. JII.M sprinkle a l i t t l e FASTEKTH. the alkaline r.on-acirii po-.vder. on y o u r . plates. Holds |i".,e f a l s e teeth f i r m e r , so they feel more comfortable. Ores not sour. Checks p l a t e odor ' d e n ' u r e b r e a t h ) . Get FASTEETH at any drug .^.-^.-. . ; , -- , :.i^n~*r+~»~ n t fci,-- ^ -- ,,,., .... Jr ·,.»,. .»^i»^.i^--y.^«^-w. J sS ^ wilt 1 e- of. = --The Canadian. Legion have a public social mng at 8 o'clock at the home Thomas Burton, Wilimott street. --Dr. and Mrs. James G. Sim, u ._.-- -- - mons have rc'.'.irned from A two : Charles Spylios and his mo'her, Mrs. . weeks' Caribbean cruise and the ! Helen Spylios, all of Greece. doctor's office Ls ope.-. *$ usual. The funeral was held from the _ A ,..,, w a s ])01 . n to M r a n d home of John D. Bicoules, 21 \\e?t Mrs p h / i o Gtn( j n , ni 2 1 4 ' . HoU- street, this afternoon with services at the Holy Trinity church at 230 o'clock. Burial was in Forest Hill cemetery. The bearers were Nick, Michael When mouth ti«ue^ rhange, »** denti't. BBOCKELMAN'S NEW LOW PRICES ON BREAD OCCIDENT BREAD 8c each · · 2 for 15c BIG BUSTER BREAD 9ceach - - 2 for 17c p v e _ zjiiHiiii iiiiiiiiiiiimnniiiMiimiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiim inn iiiiiinimiimjj and Peter Nikitas, John Bicoules, . Peter Rigopoulos and Christos Dou- ; lopoulo*. Rev. John Michaelides officiated. stone stree'. at the Lucy Helen E, Saturday. ~~ --The council meeting and frankfurter roa?t of the- Girls' Friendly society w i l l bo held tonight at fi ! o'clock in Christ church q u i l d hall instead of in Lunenbu''^. --Edward Barshak, 89 Winter street, a sophomore at Fitchbur? high school Ls resting comfortably at Burbank hospital following au operation for appendicitis. Market Special Oleomargarine 2 IBs. 25c 4-lh. Limit Fancy Muenster Cheese 18c Ib. Rich and Creamy a 3 William H. Carroll GARDNER. Sept. 19--William Henry Carroll, 62, of 118 Oak street, died Saturday night it his home af- | ^ e nirport that will be built W- ter a short iilness. j lowing the 1939 World's Fair in San The funeral will be heia in Sacred'Francisco .Bay will be valued at Heirt church tomorrow at 9 a. m. $7.000.000. 1 Election Day Specials I Trade at Brockelman's where your money goes the farthest. | I You'll always save! POLITICAL ADVERTISEMENT POLITICAL ADVERTISEMENT NOMINATE "John J. Gil For Representative llth Worcester District "100% L*bor Record" ''Experience Rep. John 3. Gilmartln, 8 Smith St., Fitchburg R H Y T H M S C U L P T U R E D I N S I L V E R R E T A I L S . . . ^ -* cxv/^'sv^svfc'^'«^*^ '--newest sterlingty GorKam posseHcs balance nnd beauty anticipating tKe imarttst new-day trend. SM our window di»pl«y of beaudful Nocturne. You are very cordially invited to our "Open HOUM* on Tuesday, 7.00 to 9.00 P. M., to view lovely fall and Chrutmas Gifts. RICE CO. F. W. RICE JKWELERS . . . 3M MAIN ST. . . SnLVEHSMTTHS CIGARETTES Flat 50's 31 C Chesterfields -- Camels -- Lucktes -- Old Golds 3 pkgs. lOc Plasaf* Matches 17c carton WAXO The Mechanical Man, from World'a Fair Chicago will be n our after 3 p. m. $25.00 to the person that can make him smile while his act it on. Vanilla and Sugar Wafers I Arm Hammer SODA, pkg Monroe Brand SELF-SERVKf'DEPT W PHONE ORDERS NONE DELIVERED Pineapple "Eli'Sr 15c Soapine 1 Large Package BOTH FOR 19c Oriental Bean Sprouts. 3 for 20c No. 2 Can Corn Flakes 8 Oz. Package 5c New Pack Ifr American Chop Suey, Ib. . ,, . Spring Salad 4 A «% ib ,, I %JC Potato O Salad C Ibs. Beef Stew, Chicken or Ham Croquets 3 f o r l O C MEAT SPECIALS TOP ROUND STEAK . . . Ib, 32c BOTTOM ROUND STEAK . . Ib, 29c Me (·vv Center Pork Chops, Ib. Bologna Minced 4 CM Ham, Ib I O C Rib lamb Ib. 25c Fresh Lamb Liver, Ib. . 21C SUQAR CURED BACON Bv The Pi*re Ib, 25c Slewing Lamb 2 Ibs, I5c Fmh Pigt' Feet, Ibs. 25c Beef Shank Ib 12!c SMOKED SHOULDERS Ib. I5c DAISY HAMS 33clb. SLICED 25c HAM lt. Bakery Specials GRAHAM BREAD Sliced or Cellophane Wrapped lOc loaf Venetian Buns, doz -Paria-Orop--~- Cakes, d o z . , 19C tre 15c 2fo,25c Lemon Meringue 4 Qf% Pies, ea I 5J C Kaiser Rolls, doz White Nut Cakes, e a . . . , English Muffins, doz. Filled Cookies, doz Fluffyflake Doughnuts, doz. l /4 doz. free.-., Date Nut Cup 4 Q M Cakes, doz... I 3 C Fancy French Cakes, ea. . . Fancy Chocolate Boxes 25c 30c 5c 2 for 1 5C Petit Fors, doz Havana Cakes, ea.. 35C 35C Slicknty Poors MIXED PICKLING SPICES In a glist tumbler "..' 8c Rumford Baking Powdtr 6 01. can 12c 12 ox. can 21c FRUIT and VEGETABLES Blit Italian Plims , . 70c Box About 1ft Ib*. Urge Gasaba Melons . P, E. I. Yellow Turnips. . Sweet ITMJ Peppers Ib. 5c aa. 29c 2 Ibs. Be Ib, Be SEAFOOD Small STEWING OYSTERS, pt. 23c SPECIALS FRESH HADDOCK FILLETS, Ib. 16e No Skin -- No Bone, Soda Feunrain Special 1 HOT FRANKFORT on a BEER, Both for 7c