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Jersey City
a city of_ products
Although Jersey City is chiefly; known as the world's
greatest railroad terminal city, with shipping next in im
portance, it has not put all its “eggs in one basket”.
The Colgate-Palmollva-Peat Co. manufactures more soap, per
fume end toilet article* then ere produced In any other centre.
There ere more tone of telephone directories printed by the
Jersey City Prlntina Co. than by ell other printers combined;
phone books for almost the entire East ere manufactured here.
The American Type Founders Co. manufactures more type
than any other three foundries In the world.
The Durham Duplex Razor Co. and Wade St Butcher Co. (es
ordinated), produce the finest steel cutlery in the world.
Mueller’s Macaroni Is manufactured In Jersey City.
Jenkins Television Corporation, manufacturers of television
receivers, operates from Jersey City THE FIRST commercial
broadcasting station In the United States.
Clarence Chamberlin (head of Crescent Aircraft Corporation),
first flier to carry passenger across ocean, now building one of
largest airports in world for land and seaplanes; and has factory
already In operation.
The Continental Can Co., with large modern plant; and a
colossal new factory of the American Can Company, make
Jersey City a leading producer of tin cans and metal con
tainers for the nation's modern merchandising.
The Joseph Dixon Crucible Co., manufacturers of lead pencils
and graphite products. Is oue of the city's oldest Industries.
Besides the American Can, other Important new Industries
are: Bond Electric Corporation, manufacturers of flashlights,
batteries and radio tubes; Lambert Pharmacal. Listerine and
Llsterine tooth paste; Llghtolier Company, manufacturers of
electric lighting fixtures and lamps.
In these and 700 other manufactories, large and small,
are produced over 5,000 different articles of merchandise.
There are reasons for Jersey City’s industrial strength.
There are reasons for Jersey City’s growth in population;
chiefly its Heights residential sections, considerably removed
from industrial zones; also rapid transit to New York.
Write Chamber of Commerce for Industrial Survey.
Visitors to Washington for U. S. Chamber of Commerce
may obtain first hand information from Edwin B. Lord, ex
ecutive vice president, Jersey City Chamber of Commerce,
at Jersey City Convention Headquarters, Hotel Willard.
FRANK HAGUE, Mayor
DtvvrtMirt •! Paklla Affair*
JOHN ItOOANS MICHAEL I. PAGEN WM. B. QUINN ARTHUfI POTTERTON
Paklla lafatv Shoal* and Work* fliwm** Parks and Batldlns*
EVERYBODY CAN HAVE FLOWERS |
AT THESE PRICES
Bin QAI P TUESDAY AND 3
DIU OALL WEDNESDAY
Spring and Summer Flowering Plants ii
JA). j 4 Set out your Bedding Plante at I
3*. once to have the most beautiful 2
. Early Spring Garden, also start R
nS&vSTOyI-df y° ur Window and Porch Boxes.
STARTED CANNAS
/ 10c Each—sl.oo Dozen %
/ ItyFL /a Groan Foil***—Tallow and Bed Flowers |
Bed Less—Red Flower*
BEAUTIFUL PANSY PLANTS g
1* In Full Bloom. 69c a Basket.
12 and more big plantt to a |
\ r'/J / 7K VNi basket. Rich and mre colors.
jy OT«£R PLANT |
Fine Coleus—magnificent colors, gs
Begonias, 15c; S for 25c. Hardy Ivy-just the kind for win- gS
Purple Iris, 85c dos. Lily of dow boxes. Variegated Vinca Vines 3
the Valley, 75c dosen. —exceptionally fine plants. A get- B,
Sedum or Bock Plants, 25c each. a turn. Chrysanthemums, Dusty gl
Gladioli Bulbs, 60c dot. Miller, Fuchsias, Wandering Jew,
Tuberose Bulbs, 60c dos. lee Plants, Sweet Alyssum. Lantanas, gS
Large Geraniums, 25c each. Scarlet Sage, Verbenas, Geraniums |
HARDY FLOWERING SHRUBS
3 and 4 feet high—Some in bloom, others ready to burst into .
bloom. Roots balled in day and wrapped in burlap. They will B
not only boa source of enjoyment to you this CQ. FacH
ytar but for years to come VwV AaaA.ll
UUC, DEUTZIA, Rosea and Pride of Rochester; PEARL 3?
BUSH, PORSYTHIA, P. G. HYDRANGIA, MOCK ORANGE, i
SPIREA, Anthony Waterer, Thumbergia and Van Houtoii; g
WEIGELA, Pink and White; JAPANESE QUINCE.
HARDY PERENNIAL PLANTS
MAKES THE EVERLASTING GARDEN—GREAT BIG Q
BEAUTIFUL PLANTS WRAPPED 3 IN A BUNDLE O
ETall, Dark Blue and Light Blue Delphinium, Colum- °f Oj 1 * !!
biuu, Shasta Daisies, Foxglove, Iris, Gaillardia, Holly- K>nd j
bocks, Pyrethrum-painted Daisy, Sweet William, Hardy kQe
Phlox, Gypsaphila—Baby Breath, Hardy Primrose. j
a VEGETABLE Tomato, Cauliflower, Pepper 30c Dos. ;
PLANTS Cabbage Plants, Early Jersey Wakefield, ,25c Dorn. g
BEBOLGIANO , S CAPITOL PARK LAWN GRASS SEED g
Quickly produces a rich, velvety, deop green Inwn., lb., 40c; 5
10 lbs., $3.50; 25 lbs., $8.25. Ij
Loma Fertilizer for Your Lawns and Flower Beds i
5 lbs., 60c; 10 lbs., $1.00; 25 lbs., $2.00; 50 lbs., $3.50 g
Wizard Sheep Manure §
I 10lbs., 50c; 25 lbs., $1.00; 50 lbs., $1.75; 100 lbs., $2.75 |
1 F.W.Bolgiano & Co.|
p - 607 E St..N.W. ffr 0091 j
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1930 hooiccleaning is easier 9ln 1930 you don t need to go to die
with DsthsL No more tiresome, back- trouble of storing your winter clothes,
aching scrubbing of porcelain in bath- Merely place them in a doset and spray
rooms. Now merely spray the tub or with De thol a positive ins u ranee
basin the easy Detfcol Way and dirt against moths, f Costly draperies, rugs
and stains VA*£ISH like magic, leaving a and upholsteries are often meered and
glistening surface. A new and easy way ruined by moths. Now you can pvotect
to wash windows. 9 Spray Dethel yours with the easy Pothoi spray which
thruout the home at housecleaning time, will not stain the whitest lsce curtain.
The easy and sanitary way of destroying 9 Buy a 50f can today backed by oor a®'
all germ-breeding bugs and insects, limited money back guarantee.
spray DETHOL MANUFACTURING CO., Inc., BALTIMORE, MD.
Pcthol
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THE EVENING STAR, WASHINGTON, D. C., MONDAY, APRIL 28, 1930.
Lindbergh rests
AFTER OCEAN HOP
Colonel Makes 1,000-Mile
Trip to Cristobal in
10 1-2 Hours.
By the Associated Press.
CRISTOBAL. Canal Zone, April 28.
Col. Charles A. Lindbergh rested here
today after having written in a 10-
hour-and-81-minute flight from Havana
yesterday another chapter in man’s
conquest of the air.
Leaving Havana at 5:33 a.m. Col.
Lindbergh set his big Sikorsky plane
down at Puerto Cabezas, Nicaragua,
11:37 a.m., and 35 minutes later took
off for France Field, here, aiTlving at
4:04 p.m., several minutes ahead of
the schedule he had set for himself.
The distance was 1,033 miles.
His route was directly across the
Caribbean Sea to a point on the Nic
araguan coast, j of to Yucatan,
and then down the < oast to the refuel
ing point. The saving thus effected In
distance is one of the short cuts en
abling the seven-day airmail between
New York and Buenos Aires, in inaug
uration of which the flight was made.
Col. Lindbergh carried with him 215
pounds of mail, which, transferred to
another plane, will be carried on to
day by L. R. Moore toward Talara,
Peru, from which point various planes
will spread it to points of address In
the South American republics.
It Is planned that the mall, which
left New York Friday, will be in Buenos
Aires next Friday. Northbound mall
will leave Montevideo Saturday and
should be here Wednesday.
Lindbergh will not complete the in
augural project, but will remain here
for a few days and return home the
latter part of the week.
• ST. GABRIEL’S PASTOR
TO BE TENDERED DINNER
Laymen and Clsrgy to Honor Bight
Bar. John IC. McNamara on An
niversary of Parish Founding.
Arrangements have been completed
for a dinner In honor of Right Rev.
John M. McNamara, Auxiliary Bishop of
Baltimore and pastor of St. Gabriel's
Catholic Church, tomorrow night at the
Mayflower Hotel. Paul Delany of
Philadelphia will be master of ceremo
nies at the dinner, to be attended by
250 laymen of St. Gabriel's parish and
representative laymen and clergy of the
Baltimore diocese.
Rev. John F. White, connected with
the Catholic charities of New York
City, will be principal speaker. A mu
sical program will be provided by Wen
dell Hart, Metropolitan tenor.
Tlje dinner will mark the tenth anni
versary of the founding of St. Gabriel’s
parish by Bishop McNamara. Plans
will be laid for a campaign for funds to
complete the new church now under
construction at Grant Circle.
ONE-ACT PLAY TOURNEY
STAGED BY HEBREW UNITS
Five Casts Entersd in Competition
Voder Club Auspices at Jew
ish Community Center.
A one-act play tournament in which
five casts competed last night at the
Jewish Community Center, under spon
sorship of the Senior Club, was won by
the Naphtali Club Players with a sketch
entitled “The Burglar.”
The winning cast tagkided Jean Mil
loff, Rose Wertlieb, Dorothy Raben
ovets, Miriam Rosenberg and Ruth
Goldberg, coached by Miss Hannah
Btalar.
Other clubs in the competition, Judges
of which were Miss Sibyl Baker. Mrs.
Yvonne Kushner and J. M. Dorey, were
the Avado, Deborah, Ernes ana Sho
shanah groups.
CLINICS PROVIDED
Child Welfare Society Arranges
for May Day Examinations.
Additional May day clinics for the
examination of children have been pro
vided by the Child Welfare Society, as
announced by Mrs. Louis Lehr, the
president of the society, at its offices in
the Children’s Hospital, Thirteenth and
V streets. The clinic for white children
will be conducted from 10 to 12 on May
1, and that for the colored children,
from 1 to 3. It will be a matter of first
come, first served. These clinics will be
under the direction of Dr. Edward B.
Broocks, of the child welfare depart
ment, and assisting volunteers will be
Dr. Joseph Greenlaw and Dr. Robert
Bier for the morning clinic, and Drs.
Elizabeth Chickering and Dr. Bernard
Notes for the afternoon clinic.
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D Art ..l' ~ •. Split Top, Round Top,
JJ DCftlltieS O®**_*?.*? Sandwich, Long Boy,
JJ V/^ 1845 4th St. N.E. Whole Wheat, Raisin, JJ
Assorted y, ( 181 Extra Large, Whole
Flavors Meat H y ffTfl fk All [fffj Grocery Wheat Raisin
JJ Markets Stores »|
f| SUMMER CEREALS r . JAMS, JELLIES, Etc. l\
I: Kellogg;.Coni FMna. .. .2 15c mo,U FREE— “Wo” Jelly »«mb ICT 12 l/ 2C jj
tt 5* ° w .‘ Krumbiet ** Uc “SANICO” Smoked Harris iSiSJrJSS ' Weld.’. &.,« Jelly * 15c jj
;; Kellogg’s Bran p“* 12c 20c Gr ? pe Juice * paaßA of Welch's Crabapple Jelly... .1“ 15c }{
Kellogg’s Rice Krispies... Pint 23c A ’* Per OQ/i Snowdrift Welch’s Grapelade Jelly Jar 23c JJ
Post Toasties 2 pkr * 15c Per OA QUALITY Lb. aai vU Lb. OO Welch’s Currant Jelly ~ ar 18c JJ
*J Post Bran pkr - 12c Quart «J«/C Tin ZuC Orange Marmalade.... Jar 15c, 29c
It Po,t W^ o,e Bran pk * 12c Pappy’s Guava Jelly * r 23c
|| pXd A Man s Meal ”™i “" ta l Je ” r H ’" lst a
11 Puffed Rice. • P‘« 16c f •ll 9 a * S« AppU Butter hr 23c
Heine Rice Flekei.... 12'/ 2 c I.IQDV SOF AFlllOlir S Ford's Preserve, 2 49c ;;
' »3 ~ * Schimmel’s Grape JeUy or Peach Ej
JJ Just Try— COOKED MannaUde _.* lb * r 3sc JJ
I CORNED BEEF |«sSr*|S
JJ v£S 2 pkgs for IQp Now is the time t 0 la y in a su Pply of this
JJ <* p g IJC appetizing food. OStlllCO JJ
FISH IN TINS, Etc. Most women chill cooked corn beef in II • JJ
jj B. &M. Flaked Fish t,n 12V2C the ice box and serve cold with potato salad, JJ
JJ B. &M. Flaked Fish _.' Un 20c spinach, asparagus or practically any vege- * JJ
JJ Gwton s Ready-40-Fiy.. M l4c table. Most men prefer rye bread served Just one trial will convince you. JJ
JJ Be*™!ley s iCodfish. • with a meal of this kind. To further introduce this quality JJ
Gorton s Salad Fish 12%c . . . product, for this week we are quot- JJ
(J Hemng Roe t,n 15c, 25c Surprise your husband with this meal: ing a SPECIAL LOW PRICE on JJ
K. 0. Kippered Herring *'■ 10c COOKED CORNED BEEF, a vegetable both the half-pint and pint size jars. JJ
JJ c l7 £ ac H m P tta 19c or two, rye bread, possibly a slice or two of JJ
Swiss cheese. And don* t fail to serve as Boz f nß C| P 1
|| D.mJ«cs.rdh,„ ;;;:':2.-»c a c J,r 19c j'."‘ 35c li
Van Camp's Mackerel **" 12c Country Club SPECIAL Brew , in our A t/ v t/t/ v
JJ Crown Brand Sardines t,n 12*4c opinion positively the finest drink of its jj
JJ Del Monte Sardines «» 12c hind we have ever offered you . VEGETABLES IN TINS JJ
JJ King Oscar Sardines t,n 19c c • I Dl - tln in JJ
JJ Chum Salmon «" 15c special COOKED Jj mgg Blue Ridge Corn 10c >«
JJ Pink Salmon tln 17»/ 2 c This CORNED •■a* M Silver Brand Peas tin 10c JJ
JJ Kinney’s Columbia River 11/ 11 REEF m Standard Tomatoes lln 10c It
Salmon . .* ,b 32c, ,b «»59c Week. / for fcJL I* B. Ridge Cut Beans «“ 12c
JJ WhheTar 23c Tin 23C ?!*p 0 ™ 2 Z ?? »
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1 9 And for the Perfect Beverage Hand Packed Tomatoes t,n 13c
JJ Lierbers r n L B. R. Lima Bean, t,n 15c JJ
JJ STRAINED VEGETABLES tOUntry tIUD O C Corn on Cob 39c JJ
:: Special Brew " wvv Bu rt oi« y p«. *>» 25c n
m Str.in.d Spinach 2 / No bottle depotlt — 2c bottle refund. A-l Stringiest Beans t,n 25c ►«
.. stem.d p,n... Su tor faeJt Del M. Lima Beans «» 25c ||
II Green Bag Coffee .. . lb - 29c Gold Medal Flour . b. 1 * 59c jj
Ij Santos Coffee TURNSTILE ,b * 25c Pillsbury’s Best Flour B«g 59c ||
ji Pure Lard carton 2 ,bs - 25c "Sanico” Flour . . as 49c ||
jj Wisconsin Cheese . . . lb -29c Land O’Lakes E#k 49c |j
|| Sealect Milk 3 «»! 25c Sanitary Butter . . 45c j|
II Smoked Shoulders . . ,b - 20c "Sanico” s ™ Eggs £?££ 35c II
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!i 1 allnollV63cake,2»c 0 f«r JalC All XT' • • One 12c Package of _ “
i: o, h „ \t OctagonUundrySeep 2 13 c wia Virginia Sunshine Krispy Crackers li
JJ cii g a,e ) Octagon Laundry Powder.... p**7c j JJ
Palmolive >\ Octagon Cleanser. can 5c /\pPl6 0/1 “ J 2
JJ him, \ I Octagon Floating Soap. .2 cmkes 15c n * * Q ne 13-Ounce (23c) Jar of
H /'Octagon T.u«t s..p .3 — 25c Butter “Sanico” Peanut Butter |*
I Super Suds 3Tr 25c **, IQ c »j- r OQr
|J J Week for tad t/C JJ
li Swift’s Premium Franks . lb. 30c Fancy Quality i i-i •>** ■ a II
II r" “'i California Fruit. —IN OUR MEAT MARKETS— II
jj —FRUITS—VEGETABLES -- - Priced *•, y»» r. q, • jj
m . _ Moat Reasonably QllClllty TellS Its OlVtl StOTy • pj
I PeasTi:rt2sc suSe Veal Cutlet 49c |
I Spinach 3 t 20c CHE ™ RS Loin Chops 45c
JJ I l r i o stalk* ok » Puritan Bacon ,b 35c J^
ii Jumbo Celery 2 „ |bi 25c l£ g e Ag Premium Frank* Ib 30c K
JJ Fresh Asparagus bunch 39c r:l ib. oo„ JJ
ii Va. Winesap Apples 3 16 s 25c &“v. 3 Tins SLOO Tender Chuck Roast ,b 28c H
« Spring Onion. 3 b — 10c J 1 Smoked Hams '"* *’ * 29c «
|| Fancy Rhubarb 3 b “— 14c TOMORROW— Smoked Shoulders ,b 20c «
m New Potatoes 3 20c We want you to sample Boilinc Beef ,b> 15c m
JJ Idaho Potatoes 4 ,bs 25c one of the most popular » r i l lb. oe_ JJ;
|i White Texas Onions. .. . 3 lb! 25c “JL“ we ** u Leg of L ™ , ?f c ||
g T vStew Onions 4 't 25c Bro Z“ ge Breast of Lamb -12y 2 c |
|| South Carolina Cabbage Lb - 5c | || Shoulder Roast Lb 23c 111
II Cudahy’s Puritan Bacon . lb. 35c 29c Jj 6«k«. 25cls.t G 4 “ k “ 15c «
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