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THE SCRANTON REPUBLICAN, TUESDAY. AUGUST 4, 1936 Today s Radio Program WLW 700 Ke A. M. 7:30 Cheerio 8:00 News Flashes 8:15 Chandler Chats 8:30 Dance Rhythm 8:45 Aunt Mary :uu variety 8:15 Aristocratic Rhvthms 9:30 On the Mall 9:45 The Gaieties 9:55 Canning Talk 10:00 Hymns of All Churches B0:15 Home Sweet Home 10:30 Peggy at the bwitchboard &4S Gospel Singer i uu uin Alone 1:15 Live Stock Reports 1:5 wewa jnasnes 1:30 Old Fashioned Girl 1:45 The Kid Sister 2:00 Words and Musie P. M. 2:15 Blue Belles ' 2:30 Live Stock Reports f l - .te Kiver, Weather and Market Re - Ports 12:40 National Farm and nome Hour 1:30 Blackstein Trio 1:45 Kittv Keene. Inc. 2: 09 Molly of the Movies 2:15 Ma Perkins 2:30 Vic and Sade 2:45 The O'Neills 3:00 Johnny Grosse 3:15 News and Financial Notes 3:30 Pepper Young's Familv 8:45 Alice O'Leary and Oman 4:00 Betty and Bob 4:15 Life of Mary sotnem 4:43 Little Orphan Annie 8:00 Wise Crackers 8:15 Steve Merrell and Orean 8:30 Toy Band s:43 Lowell Thomas 6:00 The Johnson Family 6:15 Voice of Experience 6:30 Lum and Abner 6:45 Crusaders 7:00 Reichman s Orch. 7:30 Edgar A. Guest 8:00 Bernie's Orch. 8:30 Ed Wynn 9:15 Super Sonester 9:30 Coney Island Orch. 9:45 Hot Dates In History 0:00 Amos 'n' Andy 0:15 Paul Sullivan 0:30 For Men Only i:hu ainging neiRtioor r.ia Lignt s orch. :ji Monaco's Orch. 2:00 Lewis' Orch. 2:30 Heidt's Orch. 1:00 Sander's Orch. 1:30 Moon River WE AF 660 KO. M. 7:00 Children's story 15 Talk; food prices 30 Cheerio; talk, music 8:00 Male auartet 8:15 The Streamliners: orchestra, music 9:00 News; Alden tlkins :15 Viennese Sextet 9:30 Armchair auartet 9:45 Today's children oo Sketch, - David Ha rum :15 Breen and de Rose 30 The House Detective 45 The Wife Saver 00 'Girl Alone,' sketch 15 Old Doctor Jim :30 Berlin: Olympic Events 12:00 Talk; markets P. M. 12:15 Chas. Stenrosi Orchestra 12:30 Wilbur Evans, songs 12:45 Music Guild: String ensemble 1:30 Rhythm Octet 2:00 Pepper Young's Family 2:15 Sketch, 'Mr Perkins' 2:30 Vic and Sade, sketch . 2:45 Sketch, 'The ' O'Neills' 3:00 Woman's Review; Jo Ranson, guest 3:30 Gene Arnold's Rangers 3:45 Women's Clubs i 4:00 Afternoon at ' McNeill's 4:30 Manhatter's Orch. 5:00 Berlin; Olympic games 5:15 Talk; Hymn Sing 5:30 News; scores 5:45 'Billy and Betty' 6:00 Amos 'n' Andy 6:15 The Lamplighter 6:30 Jack Berch. songs 6:45 Fred Hufsmith, tenor 7:00 Leo Reisman's Orchestra: Eton Boys, Girls' Trio 8:00 Voice of the People; Street Interviews 8:30 Ed Wynn, comedy; Hayton's Orchestra 9:00 Nickelodeon; Comedy 9:30 Barry McKinley, songs 9:45 Campbell Royalists 10:00 Clem McCarthy, sports 10:15 Rodrigo's Orch. 10:30 Talk; Henderson's Orch. 10:45 Jesse Crawford, organ WJZ 700 Ke. A. M. 7:00 Morning devotions 7:15 Did Leibert, organ 7:45 Landt Trio, White 8:00 Breakfast Club: Jane Behlke, Hollywood high hatters 8:00 New?; Vaughn de Leath 9:15 Aristocratlo Rhythm 9:30 Berlin; Olympic events 10:15 Home Sweet Home 10:30 Vic and Sade 10:45 Gospel Singer 11:00 Five Star Jones 11:15 Cadets Quartet; news 11:30 Schneider's Texans 11:45 Words and Music P. M. 12:15 Dot and Will 12:30 Farm and Home Hour 12:45 Blaufuss' Orch. 1:30 Golden Melodies 2:00 Bailey Axton, songs 2:15 Continental varieties 2:45 'Have You Heard?' 3:00 'Foxes of Flatbush' 3:15 Joan's Escorts 3:30 Alma Kitchell, songs 3:45 Magic Voice 4:00 Ernie Stemm's Orchestra 4:30 Singing Lady 4:45 Little Orphan , Annie 5:00 Talk; Male quartet 8:15 Animal Close - Ups 5:30 News; Zeke Manners - 5:45 Lowell Thomas; rnews 6:00 Sketch, 'Easy Aces' 6:15 Republican Reporter 6:30 'Lum and Abner" 6:45 Vivian Delia Chiesa 7:00 Show on Wheels 7:30 Welcome Valley sketch; Edgar A. Guest 8:00 Ben Bernie's Orch.; The Revelers 8:30 Sketch, 'Romance, Inc.' 9:00 NBC Concert Hour A. Leopold Spitalny 10:00 Talk; La Marr's Orchestra 10:30 Jolly Coburn'i Orchestra WABC 860 Ke. A. M. 7:00 Resume; girls' trio 7:20 Food prices 7:30 Salon musicale 8:00 Summer days 8:30 Richard Maxwell, songs 8:45 Bill and Ginger; news 9:00 Betty and Bob, Modern Cinderella'; news; Betty Crocker, church hymns 10:00 Bob and Rennle, songs 10:15 U. S. Navy Band 10:45 Olympic events 11:00 Between Book - ends 11:15 Rhythm Boys 11:30 Emery Deutsch Orchestra 12:00 George Hall's Orchestra f2:15 - Stage talk; Concert Miniatures 1:00 Judy's Jesters 1:15 The Dictators 1:45 Madison Ensemble 2:00 Margaret McCrae 2:15 Science service 2:30 Mayfair Singers 3:00 Olympic games 3:15 Great Lakes Revue 3:45 Chamber Orch. 4:15 Billy Mills' Orch. 4:45 'Wilderness Road' 5:00 The Instrumentalists 5:15 'News of Youth' 5:30 News; scores. 5:45 Renfrew of the Mounted 6:00 Jerry Cooper, Sally Singer, Block Orchestra 6:30 Kate Smith's Band 6:45 Boake Carter, news 7:00 Hammersteln Music: Lois Bennett, soloist 7:30 Ken Murray, comedy; Phil , Regan, tenor 8:00 Tom Dorsey's Orchestra 8:30 Rupert Hughes, Nat Shilkret Orch. 9:30 March of Time 9:45 Willard Robison Orch., Lee Wiley, soloist 10:15 Joe Reichman's Orchestra 10:30 Noble Sissle'l Orchestra Women Drawn As Grand Jurors roup to LiOnvene September 8 on The Dersonhet" of" trie Grand pry which will convene on Tues - iy, toeptemoer 8, was selected fore President Judge Will Leach the Court House yesterday. The hmes of four women were among ie 24 drawn from the wheel, rs. Marv Shaunessv. 433 Linrtpn reet, read trie names as they ere drawn Dy Mrs. Emma Whit - an, 306 Washington Avenue. The following were selected: Healey. 1113 West Market Street. rick Keliey, 614 Butler St.. Dtmmore. D. Reese, 38 Belmont St., Carbondale. eodore Dersheimer, 108 S. Irving Ave. sworth Jones, 510 School St.. Clarks Summit. Gardner, Clark Ave.. C. Summit. olonta Shorts, 643 Boulevard Ave.. JDickson. orge A. Hagen. 1607 Jefferson Ave. His Berry, Olyphant, Scott Township. epn nuise, v7 union St., Peckville. H. Pepper. Clarks Summit. R. D. 2. oyd Emmett, 135 Birkett St., C'dale. igeline Laurence, 535 Hoover Street, Old Forge. crenas Miller, Clarks Summit, R. D. 1. ard Thompson. Second St., Blakely. rtin Joyce, 2712 Birney Ave., Minooka. Hie J. Rvan. 548 Ouincv Avenue. hn Rawllngs Jr., Main Street, Dalton. inlfred Reynolds, Dalton, R. D. 1. mes J. Graham, 123 S. Rebecca Ave. nest M. Hodgson. Chinchilla. en McGovern, 500 Second Avenue. TeSRup. cholas Suchenlrk, Simpson. la Gardner, 302 Lansdowne Avenue, Clarks Summit. declares Martial Law After Strike Bloodshed OROFINO, Idaho, Aug. 3 VP). htional guardsmen moved into rbulent Clearwater County to tablish martial law today after a oody clash between striking log - ng pickets and a truckload of orkers who were returning to bs In defiance of the strike. Gov. C. Ben Ross ordered mili - ry rule after five strikers were ought to a hospital with bullet ounds and one of seven beaten oodsmen was hospitalized. Ninety mrdsmen were ordered into the ea. CTORYVILLE WOMAN DIES Mrs. May Becmer Haverly, Fac - ryville, widow of the late George . Haverly, died a few minutes tier midnight this morning at bst Haven, 1812 Green Ridge reet. John Tomczak John Tomczak, 35, 39 Sljidmore Street, Hudson, died Sunday in the Wilkes - Barre General Hospital. Among his survivors is a brother, Peter Tomczak, Taylor. The funeral will be held today at 9:30 a. m. with a requiem mass in St. Joseph's Church, Hudson. John Devine John Devine, 54 Regent Street, Wilkes - Barre, died on Sunday in his home. Among his survivors is a sister, Miss Mary Devine, this city. The funeral will be held today. Miss Jordan Dies In Brother's Home Funeral Tomorrow in Old Forge Church Miss Bea Jordan, resident of this city and Taylor,'" died at 4:15 o'clock Sunday afternoon in the home of her brother, Frank Jordan, 715 West Taylor Street, Taylor. Miss Jordan, who had been employed by Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Kingsbury, 541 Monroe Avenue, had spent some time at their Summer home at Madison, Conn. She became ill there and was taken to the home of her brother July 8. The body has been removed to the home of another brother, Stephen Jordan, Cornell's, Old Forge, from where the funeral will be held tomorrow morning. A requiem mass will be celebrated at 9:30 o'clock in St. Lawrence Church, Old Forge. Interment will be in St. Joseph's Cemetery, Minooka. Miss Jordan is survived by her two brothers. Charles Sakulich Charles Sakulich, 416 River Street, Dickson City, died yesterday morning in the Blakely Home following a short illness. A resident of Dickson City practically all of his life, Mr. Sakulich had made his home with a niece, Mrs. Alex Kurechka, and was admitted to the Home a week ago. Mrs. Kurechka is his only survivor. The funeral will be held at 9:30 o'clock tomorrow morning from the home of his niece. unerals Strongman Mrs. Caroline De - witt Strongman, Bethany. Today at 2 p. m. from Bethany M. E. Church. Place of interment to be selected. Stanton George R. Stanton, New Milford. Today at 1:30 p. m. from the home. Interment, Dickson City. Durkin Martin Durkin, 437 Harrison Avenue. Wednesday at 9:30 a. m, with a requiem mass in St. Peter's Cathedral. Interment, Cathedral Cemetery. Arrangements by John Durkan. Latcham William D. Latcham, 2310 Pond Avenue. Today at 2:30 p. m. from the home. Interment, Powderly Cemetery, Jermyn. Arrangements by Howard J. Snow - don. Burger Mrs. Amanda Burger, 630 Willow Street. Today at 2:30 p. m. from the home. Interment, Forest Hill Cemetery. Northup Frank L. Northup, Factoryville. Today at 2 p. m. from the home. Interment, Dun - more Cemetery. Arrangements by H. W. Cole & Son, Clarks Summit Schoenfeld Mrs. Martha Schoenfeld, 940 Taylor Avenue. Today at 2:30 p. m. from the home. Interment, Hickory Grove Cemetery, Waverly. Noone Mrs. Julia Noone, 721 North Lincoln Avenue. Wednesday at 9:30 a. m. with a requiem mass in St. Patrick's Church. Interment, Cathedral Cemetery. Arrangements by J. E. Regan Sons. Johnson Mrs. Margaret W. Johnson, 148 Harrison Avenue, Old Forge. Wednesday at 2 p. m. from the home and will be private. Interment, Marcy Cemetery, Duryea. Arrangements by R. Davis, Taylor. Alexander Mrs. E. W. Alex ander, Alliance, Ohio, former Scranton resident. Thursday at 2 p. m. from the home of her daueh ter, Mrs. E. D. Hughes, 1117 Fair Street. Interment, Abington Hills Cemetery. Arrangements by Howard M. Davies. Weir William B. Weir, 800 SDrinefield A v e n u e. Mnnsir Wednesday at 2:30 p. m. from the home, interment, Marcy Ceme tery, uuryea. Denies Exceptions to Report in Bankruptcy Bankruptcy Referee David Ros enthal . at a hearing at Wilkes Barre yesterday refused to sustain exceptions filed by the Miners' Bank of Pittston to the trustees' report , in the Howell & King Brewing company bankruptcy, The exceptor holds a mortgage of $120,000 on the bankrupts prop erty. The report filed by P. F. Joyce, Peter J. Noll and C. R. Bensinger, trustees, accounted for receipts of $367,910.08 during the bankruptcy ana aisoursements of $327,098.69, leaving a balance of $40,811.39 for distribution. Administration expenses and preferred claims are nearly $2,000 , greater than the balance. Daniel Frutiger Daniel Frutiger, 70, 902 North Street, Endicott, N. Y died Sat urday afternoon at Glenn's Falls N. Y. Among his survivors are two sisters, Mrs. Kate Roth and Mrs. Margaret Miller, both of this city. The funeral will be held this afternoon at 2 o'clock in the First M. E. Church of Endicott. Inter ment, Riverhurst Cemetery. NAV YOU flAD CAMEL'S NEWTUESOAy NGHT CABAVAN WITH TZUPSKT HUGHES AND $ULKHT'S CONCttT ORCHESTRA? Y$, AND THty - HAVE 3ZNNY GOOQMAN'S SWIN3 - ' BAND AND HOLLYWOOD 6U$T STARS TOO! 1 NEW! HOLLYWOOD RADIO TREAT. Camel cigarettes bring you a FULL HOUR'S ENTERTAINMENT I Benny Goodman ... Nat Shilkret . . , Rupert Hughes, Master of Ceremonies . . . Hollywood Guest Stars. Tuesday 8:30pm E.S.T. (9:30j)m E.D.S.T.), 7:30pm C.S.T., 6:30pm M.S.T., 5:30 pm P.S.T. over the WABC - Columbla Network. RUSH OUT 15 MILES OF vmiirif Ttirwt UUNCI lUDtS Medical authorities arree that vour tdneya contain IS Miles of tiny tubes r niters which help to purify the lood and keep you healthy. It you have trouble with too fre. uent bladder passages with scanty mount causing burning and dlscom - art, the 15 Miles of kidney tubes lay need flushing out. This danger irnal may be the beginning of nag - ing backache, leg fains, loss of dpd nd energy, getting up nights, swell - hg, pufflness under the eyes, head - cnes and dizziness. If kidneys don't empty S pints a ay and so get rid of more than 8 ounds of waste, poisonous matter lay develop, causing serious trouble, on't wait Ask your druggist for oan's Pills, which have been used lccessfully by millions of people for vtr 40 years. They give happy relief nd will help to flush out the IS Miles kidney tubes. Get Doan'a Pills at !STOEHR & FISTER The Last Word COFFEE TABLE. Chines Chip. ritndale diMifrn. Rfrnovable riant ray. Made of mahogany or walnut. $11.73 - 1 in Grand Rapids "GUILD" TABLES Here's a sensational table event for our AUGUST FURNITURE SALE! An all - star cast of superb new tables that are positively the last word in smart, up - to - the minute beauty finest craftsmanship exceptional utility. Every conceivable type, every popular style at prices you'll rejoice over are included in this great showing. Each is a genuine Imperial, built by craftsmen noted the world over for their skill and artistry in creating fashionable tables. See them now, while our stock is complete, and select as many as you need. COFFEE TABLE, Eirlf American. Richly carved cabriole lefi. Ke. movable gla tray. Mad of ma - hofanv or walnut. $24.50 SOFA TABLE, Dnnran Phvfe draffs. Finely fluted legs and stretchers. Brant claw feet. Made of mahogany or walnut. $2150 CHAIRSIPE TABLE, Early American. Pieerutit edge. Carved feet. Made of mahof any or walnut. $14.75 ITALIAN CONSOLE, Eighteenth Century. Richly earved and piereed front and end panel.. Mad of mahogany or walnut. Tho mirror haa mahogany or walnut frame with carved crown. Each $14.75 PEMBROKE TABLE, Chippendale with Gothie Influence. Drop leave. Convenient drawer. Made of mahogany or walnut, richly figured. $24.50 P1 fcri jfc Bp OCCASIONAL TABLE Chlneae Chippendale dealgn. Beautifully carved and pierced rained edge. Mad f mahogany or walnut. $24.50 BOOK CABINET, Qun Ann. Pierced fretwork enda. Cahrlol lega. Mad ( mahogany or walnut. $19.95 CHAIRRIDE COMMODE, Chippendale dealgn. Scalloped wood gal - ' lery and pierced bracket. Mahogany or walnut. $14.75 OCCASIONAL TABLE, Chine Chippendale design. Mad of mahogany or walnut with awirl mahogany or butt walnut trim. $14.75 Other Tablet $2.95 to $65.00 DROPLEAP COMMODE. Chlppen. dale dealgn. Two convenient drawer. Mad of mahogany or walnut, beautifully figured. $24.50 Stoef)r& FJster C' ADAMS AVE. AT SPRUCE ST. :STOEHR & FISTER5 August Sale - Priced! KENWOOD BLANKETS CANNON SHEETS, CASES, TOWELS BUY BLANKETS NOW ' Lay Them Away Until Later If You Wish CANNON CANNON SETS KENWOODS "Supreme," 72x90 $17.50 $1 Down Snowflake white, yellow, baby blue, peach, rose - pink, rose - beige, leaf green, orchid. ' "Famous," 72x90 $.2.25 $1 Down 75c a Wk. In flower - like pastels, all exquisitely bound with wide satin ribbon, and packed in a smart silver - patterned box. "Standard,'' 72x84 $0.45 y $1 Down 75c a Wk. Your choice of pure white, green, blue, peach, yellow, rose, light blue, orchid, rose - beige. "Arondac," 72x84 $1 Down 75c a Wk. Made of selected live new fleece wools, with the thick, lofty nap for which Kenwood is famous. "Homespuns," 60x72 $25 $1 Down 50c a Wk. Light - weight for warm weather sleeping comfort; all - wool for protection against sudden changes in temperature. "Throws " 60x72 - $7.95 $1 Down 75c a Wk. In a sturdy, warm, light basket - weave for a man's room, a country home, at camp, on the porch. $19.75 "Supremes" (slightly soiled) $H Q.95 $1 Down 75c a Wk. Size 72x84. A tubbing or dry cleaning will make them like new. $1350 Blanket $9.95 9.75 Blankets . . . . 795 (Theie Are Not Kenwoodt) p MAIL COUPON I 1 STOEIIR Se FISTER, J SCRANTON, PA. I J Please send me .'.Kenwood Blankets. I In Size.,.. Color.,,. Terms, ... Price..,. NAME ADDRESS reduced 10 from low regular prices during our AUGUST SALE! Group I $1 Down 50c a Wk. .78 regr. $9.75 6 muslin sheets (72x94 or 81x99) and 6 muslin cases (45x36). Group II $1(R6 $11.95 $1 Down 75c a Wk. 6 muslin sheets, sizes as above, 6 muslin cases (45x36) and 6 bath towels (20x45). Group IV $1 Down $1 a Wk. $15.95 6 percale sheets (72x108 or 90x108) and 6 percale cases (45x36). Group V $1 Down $1 a Wk. 15 .89 re. $17.65 6 percale sheets (72x108 or 90x108), 6 percale cases and 6 bath towels (20x40). Group VII $1 Down $1 a Wk. '14 .13 teg. $15.70 6 muslin sheets (72x99 or 81x99), 6 muslin cases, 6 bath towels, 6 guest towels, 6 wash cloths. Cannon sheets and cases are laboratory - tested for 4 years' wear. Laundered ready for use. Cellophane wrapped. From a mill famous for quality. 1 MAIL COLTON "i STOEIIR & FISTER, 1 SCRANTON, PA. Please send me .Cannon Sets at $ Size of Sheets.... Size of Cases.... Color of Towel Borders , , NAME ADDRESS Stoefir Flstor LAOAMI AVI. AT M IPRUCI ST. bur druggist,

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