Daily News from New York, New York on May 1, 1934 · 24
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Daily News from New York, New York · 24

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Tuesday, May 1, 1934
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DAILY NEWS, TUESDAY, MAY 1, 1934 SHOOTS SWEETHEART HOBBIES KEEP THE BOYS BUSY 3 eifi "g."" t 24 ? TrfF 'mi f tlv . ' I I 1 x - ! , in JLr ?- - -iftw' v ::ti 5 rf: - U r! f-fo' - - i in. I -I fHrW . :,-rs ; J , 111 i 5 'if ' l)r , jr h-rf - ' v- j till 1 :!.fj j::?yL. 4 1 L 1 1 ! i ' -' ' s ' I (By Acme) COLLECTING coins and stamps, and making model, airplanes and toys are some of the hobbies engaged in by members of the Madison Square Boys' Club, as shown in their hobby shQw. Above are (1. to r.) front: James Cook and Nazareth Markarian; rear: Billy Stone, Teddy Campbell, Joe Ryan, Mike Karamichlos and Sonny Ganteaume. i NKWS photoi -I DID IT, but 1 don't know why," sobbed Rene AVahU 31, accused of having shot his sweetheart, Mildred Ha-mill, as .they' sat in his parked car in Jersev Citv. Here is Wahl (right) with Tolice Capt. Henry Gauthier. r If- fixi'U -r; ' f I - ill 5 - t r' ; j j I k ' ' ' j l ,. : Y J J ! ... r.--X -:' h (NEWS phool -GAMBLER LOSES. William E. Vidler, gambler (standing), is under arrest in Chicago after police found $2,665 of Bremer ransom money in his possession. With him is U. S. Deputy Marshal Ben Goldberg. John J. (Boss) McLaughlin yesterday confessed to having handled $53,000 of the hot money, officials announced story on png t. Jhe (orrect Thing Y "1 i Answer to correspondents, page 22. WHEN you introduce your husband to friends, call him by his first name (as "Bill" or "George") you only speak of him as "Mr. Jordon" in business or to servants or strangers. Of course, it's unintentional but it's rude, nevertheless, to introduce "Mr. Jordon" to one of your most .intimate friends! p A I 02n 4 ? (By A twociated Prfse BEAUTY SUED. Mrs. Norma Small wood Gilcrease, who was Miss America in 1926, appears at Pawhuska, Okla., to answer divorce suit brought by oil man. 't

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