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The Pittsburgh Press from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania • Page 18

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f.f EIGHTEEN Want Ad Headquarter, Court 19HI TUESDAY. APRIL 4, 1933 Other Press Departments, Court 7190 THE PITlBITRGH PRESS WOMAN TELLS BOY GIVES ALARMS AS FIRES HIT SYNAGOGUE TWO FIRES DAMAGE SYNAGOGUE ON HILL see Ton on now Boy Sounds Alarms, 2 Hurt, 25 Worshipers Flee Two fires damaged the Shaarei pring rasnions it- 'I 1 --vi i i Torah Synagogue 21-25 Miller Street. last night. One, starting in the roof at 6:43 p. raged for three hours, disrupting sundown services and causing damage estimated at $6,000.

Twenty-five worshipers fled. Aided by neighbors, they carried the sacred scrolls, valued at more than S3 .000. to the home of Rabbi Samuel Hausmann. Shortly after 9 o'clock the flames apparently were quelled and the fire companies departed. At 11 p.

m. they were called back for the second fire. Both alarms were sounded by a 12-year-old boy, Carl Luick. of 315 Roberts Street. Firemen W.

A. Ostermeyer and Joseph Ross were injured and taken to hospitals. It was the second fire at the synagogue within two months. I SAW YESTERDAY Until now I have resisted die temptation to break into words about Spring Perhaps Til get myself into plenty of trouble, too, because the illustrations shown here are only a few of, what seemed to me, thousands of new and fashionably correct suits in every Pittsburgh store I entered. So, by all means, visit all the stores and see for yourself.

MARTHA CALDWELL OFSCOTTSBORO TRAIN ATTACK State Presents Evidence Upon Which to Ask Death for Negro DESCRIBESJSSAULT Alleged Victim Takes Stand And Identifies One Of Defendants B-j The pTti DECATUR. April 4 The taV-?" 1 present en r2- nich to ask the death J-a-ty for Haywood Patterson, one V'1 Nwoes accused of assauit- tx inrls near Scottsboro. Physicians who treated Mrs Victoria Pnce. 23-year-old mother ol daughter. and Mis uaBates.

alleged victims of the a-auit on a freight train two years ago. testified for th s'ate 22-year-old Chatta- NSro. is on trial for a second time. Six others were feParate trials and two won tnaj on the ground they were amors at the time of the alleged Mrs. Price occupied the stand yesterday and identified Patterson as one of six Negroes whom sh asserted tore her clothing from her and assaulted her on the moving i-eignt train after forcing six white boys from the moving tram with a pistol.

She said three' of th Negroes attacked Miss Bates 1 Lleboz. New York, head or the International Labor Defense counsel for the Negroes, cross-examined Mrs. Price for several hours an effort to break down tier story. Patterson sat silently just to the rear of Liebowitz and showed only passing- interest in the procedure He sat with lowered head most of the time and seldom looked toward trie witness chair 4 JAILED IN FIGHT AT OAKLAND PARTY 6 1 One of Suspects Injured When Hit On Head With Bottle Four men were arrested early at an Oakland party after one had been taken to Homeopathic i Hospital. He had been struck on the head with a bottle.

They are Thomas Hiland. 45, of WW 3725 Frazier Street, the injured man; Martin Joyce. 33. accused of throwing the bottle in an argument at Joyce's home at 3238 Juliet Street; A you want to know when is well invested, all ou need to do is to see this double duty ensemble full length coat, skirt and bolero jacket. Elbow length are banded in flying squirrel.

Self ascot collar decor ates the neckline. Skirt is high waisted. Sleeves on both jacket and long coat have tiny tucks at shoulders. It is obtainable in navy twith grey flying squirrel). The flame-swept Shaarei Torab Synagogue, Miller Street, scene of two fires last night.

Below, Carl Luick, 12, who sounded both of yesterday's alarms. Patrick Hiland. 40, of the Frazier Street address, and John Conley, 35, of 324o Hardy Place. Can't Get Enough Help CHARLESTON. S.

April 4 Men wanted! The 'Century Wood Graham to Talk on Schools Business management of the public schools and school legislation will be discussed by Dr. Ben G. Graham, superintendent of Pittsburgh public schools, at a meeting of the I Real Estate Board in the Keystone Company's Charleston plant reported it is suffering delays in filling an order for 75.000 seven-foot cross ties I for the United Fruit Company be- cause contractors cannot get men to Athletic Club at noon tomorrow. cut ties I S' "T7 3 1 I A Milgrim and S49.T3 should tell a combination story of value. It is of the smartest of smart masculine suits.

Certainly, thev are made of men's wear materials. They come in single "or double-breasted styles in herringbone or plaid fabric. Semi-fitted jackets with masculine notched lapels and masculine type pockets with flaps are fashionable points. Of course, they are hand tailored. Are You a 1933 Hostess 1 In a 1903 Room? Are you uncomfortable when you have guests for dinner? The food is perfect the dinnerware just right your gown is right up to the minute of fashion yet, somehow you are conscious of something wrong! LOOK AT YOUR FURNITURE! your guests do You've "been making it do" for so long it is antiquated your friends notice it, NOW do something about it bring your dining room up-to-date.

FRIEND'S $35 Trade-In Sale is the chance of a lifetime to better your home at marvelous savings. The chances are that you Trade In Your Old Suite for a '35 Allowance I 1 I will be going in for a square deaL I know you when you see this mist tweed in the natural shade for $29.73. The swagger coat has slit pockets. A tri-col-ored ascot of red, green and blue is drawn through slits in the straight little. stand-up collar.

The sleeves are of wide swagger type. The skirt is straight and plain. I Trade in Any Suite on Any New Suite. This $35 Trade-in Allowance Applies on All Suites. CRIB SALE $9.95 Value for I cC ILLUSTRATIOSS OS THIS PAGE iiiFt Hurl SKETCHED IN PITTSBURGH STORES A special purchase of Cribs to sell at a new low price! Strongly made and attracUvely finished in green enamel with rose tinted decorations.

Complete with metal spring. Here's a suit at $16.75 that you will agree is really inexpensive. It's basket weave in blue, tan, grey or navy. Coats are swaggertype with tucks across the hack, sleeves the loose swagger type, two slit pockets, small standing collar. Skirt hat kick pleats on both sides.

A genuine Dargain: an ml -mm Replace Your Old Suite With This 10-Pc. Dining Room Group Sale Price $99.75, Less $35 Allowance for Your Old Suite Pay Only NO, this is not an eight or nine-piece suite but a com si plete, fashion-right, brand new TEN-piece suite at just about the lowest price EVER for a suite of this fine quality! And this is just one of the many miracle values FRIEND'S $35 Trade-in Sale makes possible! The suite consists of a magnificent China Cabinet, long Buffet, Server, Extension Table. Host Chair and Five Side Chairs. Trade in your old suite and own this new one for just $5 Delivers or Reserves! DELIVERS! 4--..

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