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The Boston Globe from Boston, Massachusetts • 7

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The Boston Globei
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Boston, Massachusetts
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7
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Cornerstone of Convent in Norwood Is Laid Open Thursday and Saturday Until 9:30 P. 1,1. Free Parking! 31 Neutral Eire to Have Compulsory Blackout DUBLIN. Oct 4 AP) Premier Eamon de Valera told the Irish Senate tonight a compulsory blackout -ould be put Into effect In Ireland in the near future lthouh is neutral in Britain war with Germany. The Senate was told present re-itrictions are inadequate, as Dublin could be seen 150 miles away by enemy planes.

A complete blackout would be intruded to prevent any belligerent planes from using lights in Ireland ts guideposts. i Kir -a v. .32 Bubbles or Baubles they're still 1 ill Lompare Wiui utners i I Selling for $169.50 lii BIBS! Gold Color MSGR. JOSEPH C. WALSH (LEFT) OFFICIATES AT CEREMONY IN NORWOOD.

I Leaders at Insurance Convention BUBBLES A feather-liie 8 All Steel Construction Dohx Exterior, Porcelain Enamel Interior 9-Point Cold Control Fast Freezing 96 Ice Cubes, 7 Pounds of Ice 3 Solid Inches Coldex Insolation Latest Current Cotter Unit 12.7 Sq. Ft Shelf Area Finger Tip Tray Release Approved by Good Housekeeping Institote rrisittve nst in gold color, s5 Down 55 small Carryrnj 5 YEAR PROTECTION GUARANTEE $1.00 W3. Backed by Sears Complete Line of COLDSPOTS at SEARS FAMOUS LOW PRICES! I ill is-. smQ a BAUBUi Simulated1 fubiei end emealdil $2.00 mm Mtfttllfrrfjtlri'i The Range That Actually Helps You Cook Left to Right Cliff C. Jones, Kansas City, past president; William H.

Menn, Los Angeles, president, and Edwin C. Cole, Fall River, past president intern I. II. III I K.I Down to the floor "toe" base. White Porcelain Enamel Finish Black trim.

2 Covers for Coal 4 for Gas. Gas Cooking Top is black porcelain enamel finish. Convent Cornerstone Is Laid in Norwood NORWOOD, Oct. 4 Before a gathering of 500 residents today Msgr. Joseph Walsh, pastor of St Catherine's Church, laid the corner porcelain enamel Full 16 -inch lined Oven.

Fi-v stone of the $80,000 convent which will be erected on Nahatan adjoining the church. The ceremony took place on the first anniversary of Msgr. Walsh's assuming the IOOT Antiqu-y JooV'fiq, with imeald-eblor 'iar: 6rtp. Report Changsha Chinese Victory SHANGHAI, Oct. 4 (AT) Heavy fighting in Hunan and Kiangsi provinces, with an apparent Japanese withdrawal from an onslaught on Changsha was disclosed tonight in conflicting communiques.

Japanese asserted 25,000 Chinese were slain, and the Chinese reported 20,000 Japanese dead. Independent sources said both claims were excessive" but did indicate -bitter battles. While Chinese asserted they had pushed the invaders back 50 miles from Changhsa in Hunan, the Japanese spokesman here stated no attempt might be made to capture the city as it had "no military significance." The Japanese offensive westward in Kiangsi alo apparently had slumped. Broil or bake in same oven. Insured Baking with coal or gas or install your own range burner.

Automatic Gas Top Lighting. Easy to read Oven Indicator. New England Made. Overall length SVZ inches. After Sale Price $99.50 $5 fVlonthly Small Carrying Charge pastorate and on the 30th anniversary of the erection of St.

Catherine's Church Enclosed in the cornerstone was a tin box containing newspapers, the names of the pastor and church officials. Joseph G. McGann of Boston is the architect of the convent which is expected to be ready for use in Overall depth Including flue hood 34 inches. cooking top January. Height to 32'3 inches.

2000 Register as Insurance Sessions Open By FRANK L. ARMSTRONG The 44th annual convention of the National Association of Insurance Agents being held throughout the week at the Statler reached a new high peak in point of attendance at the closing of the first day's registrations last night with a total of 2000 working delegates present, who together with their families swell the total attendance at this convention to more than 3500. Last night the delegates turned from the serious business of discussing insurance problems to the social side, the entire delegation being the guests of Pres. T. J.

Fal-vey, president of the Massachusetts Bonding Insurance Company of Boston, at an old-fashioned New England shore dinner, with lobster and all the fixin's, an event that called for every inch of floor space that could accommodate the diners. The affair started at 7 o'clock, with the officers and 27 regional vice presidents and executive committee as 6pecial guests. There was an entertainment and dancing following the dinner. The principle business at yesterday's session was the submission of the reports of Pres. Menn of the national association and the convention keynote speech by Walter H.

Bennett of New York, general counsel of the association and head of its executive offices. tions committee. Both committees report this afternoon. Todays sessions will feature an m. address by John W.

Downs of Boston on "Eleven Years' Experience with the Massachusetts Compulsory j.j flf fo ui with a Jeif her JT ihere! ii-wm BENCH SAW mum Afraid of Woman Gets Divorce Clad in her bathrobe, she went out and put the family automobile in the garage because her husband asked her to do so, and she was afraid of him, testified Mrs. Elizabeth E. Nay of Brookline, who won a divorce in Middlesex Probate Court yesterday from Winthrop Nay Jr. She left Nay after he had struck her, she said. AutomoDile insurance Law.

Downs is general counsel for the Insurance Federation of Massachusetts. Other speakers will be W. E. Mal-lalieu, general manager of the National Board of Fire Underwriters, and Harold F. Jamsch, general man ager of Associated Insurance Agents BroKers, of Boston.

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SB 7-'M OIL HEATFH Sun skuiiakiitysiiiBJ mmmmmm Regularly $25.00 $3 DOWN S3 Monthly Small Carrying Charge Lloydi "Invasion- Hit Bennett voiced the objection of the agency force of America as represented by the national association to the invasion of American vuoe Lw'n 7- 7'lnch 1 insurance bv a foreign insurance rsa' with 7-Inch blade. Heavy concern. Lloyd's of London which. Complete With Oil Burner and All Controls mi he said, recently transferred from the war zone in London $40,000,000 Other from $1 to $20.00 Order fay Mail of Call HUBbard 2700 til 10 Pf M. JEWELRY to a New York depository for the 122x16-inoh table raiees, lowers, tilts to 48 degrees.

Has depth and angle gauges, miter gauge, improved rip fence, guard and splitter. For the one price you also get a H. P. Ball Bearing Motor, absolutely guaranteed against burn-outs! Built-in overload protector prevents over-loading or over-voltage. New Departure precision ball bearings.

Double drive shaft. Handy built-in starting switch. 1750 R.P.M. With cord and plug. I Control BrntF 51 ed Monthly STREET IAIN STOKE ar0c 5 Qt.

Copper Kettle nes mz smmm fa Reg. Solid copper chromium plated tinned inside. Will not corrode or pit 1 i.ivJa mm yj ttmm Tr SINCE 1823 protection of American creditors. "This company," he said, "is not licensed to do business under our laws except possibly in a couple of states. My objection to this situation is that this association is operating entirely outside the law, which places our own agents at a decided disadvantage in competition." Bennett sounded the key note of this year's convention "Middleman- What Now?" He urged the delegates to stand by their guns and fight for their place in the economic scheme of present day business.

Pres. Menn attacked the Government in its various recent attempts to engage in the insurance business, notably in connection with the recent plan of the Department of Agriculture to abolish insurance, on 227 million bushels of corn stored in United States farms and to establish a protection fund of its own. This proposition was defeated through the efforts of the national association, said Mr. Menn, and the field was left open to private Insurance agencies and companies. Other discussions included "Time Insurance," by Calvin F.

How of Duluth. "Inland Marine, by Arthur J. Huncke of New York; "Non-Ownership Automobile Liabil-ity," by William T. Ashly of Newark, N.J. Resolution Adopted An the session drew to a close, the body unanimously adopted the following addition to the constitution: The association agrees "to uphold the principal of capital stock fire insurance and to support those companies which are loyal to the American agency ytenL A spirited contest for next year a convention is being waged between Buffalo.

N. and Seattle, Wash, with delegates from both jtatei making strenuous canvass of the delegates. Headed by Pres. Menn and Mrs. Menn of Los Angeles.

Calif, the California delegation looks to be a ure winner of the Convention Attendance Cup. Alpheus B. White of Keene. N. was named chairman of the nominations committee, and Russell M.

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