The Summit Herald of April 26, 1929 reported that Common Council agreed to have the pavement along Springfield Avenue torn up from Kent Place Boulevard to Chestnut Avenue, to lay ducts for phone lines to the new New Jersey Bell Telephone central office.
In his column, "Major Freelance" commented on the soon-to-be-released new paper money. The bills would be [25%] smaller, which should make them popular with women who keep their money tucked into their stockings.
In the classifieds: Lost, police dog. Answers to "Brownie". Contact Summit police department. Wanted, a reliable man as night watchman for the Blind Babies Home. $40 a month, plus board. Wanted, a young Italian girl to learn to repair silk stockings. Some knowledge of sewing and machine work. Wanted, a Swedish laundress for Mondays and Tuesdays. For Sale: three-piece artificial leather living-room set, $12. For Sale, Oak refrigerator with porcelain lining.
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