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PAGE TWO Entered ·· aecoad clam natter at the po«« of He* ·I Newport. Ml_ nnilvr ke act of Mnrcb 3, 187D THE NEWS--NEWPORT, R. L, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1951 Pnbll«bed Dnlljr Except Sunday* and Holiday! At 14O Thames Street, Newport. R. I. NEWPORT COLONIST IN. NEW YORK--Miss Nancy King Andrews, daughter of Rear Admiral and Mrs. Charles Lee Andrews, Jr., of "Landfall" on Brenton road, is shown at the Stork Club with Lieutenant Christopher Parker-Jervis, R. N., attached to H. M. S. Superb which visited this city recently. Gen. Hugh A. Drum Dies, Perching Aide In War 1 NEW YORK, Oct. 3 UFh-Lieut Gen. Hugh A. .Drum, who was chief of staff to Gen. John J. Pershing in World War 1, died today. He was 72 years old. Drum died at his desk in his office on the 32nd floor of the Empire State building at 10:10 A. M. apparently of a heart ailment. He was president of the Empire State, Inc. After retiring from the Army, Drum served for several years as commanding general of the New York National Guard. He was elected in 1944 to succeed the late Alfred E. Smith as president of the corporation that operates the world's tallest building. His salary was reported to be 540,000 a year. IN SOCIAL CIRCLES · Commander and Mrs. Walter S. Davidson of "Twin Oaks," Oakwood Terrace, ha\-e concluded their season and will sail shortly for Europe. Mrs. William Hayward has ended her stay at "Clarendon Court," Bellevue avenue, and has left to spend the winter in New York. HELD IV CHILD'S BEATH MANCHESTER, N. H., Oct. 3 (.TO--A Manchester millworker, charged with the beating-death of his tiny daughter, and his 34- year-old housekeeper will appear before the grand jury here Jan. 2, Hillsborough County superior said today. Albert J. Laroche, 44, pleaded guilty to manslaughter charges when arraigned ,, in municipal court yesterday. Mrs. Germaine Carey identified as his housekeeper, pleaded guilty to being an accessory after the fact. Police said Laroche admitted striking the child with a leather belt and then throwing her against the crib because she failed to obey. Mrs. Jok Falkenholm Dies In Her 82nd Year Mrs. Augusta Amelia Falkenholm, 81, of 30 Perry,street, wife of the late John Palkenholm, died Tuesday, night at a local nursing home, where she was being treated for a broken hip suffered in a fall about four months ago. Mrs. Falkenholm was born in Sweden and had lived here for many years. She was a member of the, First Lutheran Church and formerly was active in its Ladies Aid. She leaves a daughter, Miss Signe A. Falk'enhblm; two sons, Karl E. Falkenholm of Middletown and John Falkenholm of Ridgewood, N. J., and a number of grandchildren. Services will be held Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock in the First Lutheran Church. Jamestown Man Recovering After Suicide Attempt Samuel Curl's, Jr., 30, a Jamestown carpenter, was re- jorted slightly improved at the South County Hospital in Wake- leld today following a self- administered dose of arsenic :aken Tuesday night at his room- ng house. He was said to have jeen despondent because of fam- ly troubles. Curtis formerly lived with his wife and two children on Lawn avenue, Jamestown. They separated and he rented a room at the lome of Mrs. George Peckham on Union street. He was under court order to keep away from lis wife's home. ^ About 7 o'clock .Tuesday night, came from his room and asked Mrs. Peckham to call Dr. Charles B. Ceppi, who, however, was away. Mrs. Peckham called Thomas E. Hunt, druggist. Curtis told lim he had taken arsenic about 20 minutes earlier. Hunt called '.or, medicine and an ambulance which took Curtis to the.hospital. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel A. Curtis, 36 Church street, this city. Seawall Report (Continued from Page 1) Thibaudt of the Harbor Construction Company. Formal Adoption Suggested Majority Leader Salvatore L.' Virgadamo rose for recognition, but Councilman John W. Stewart moved that the report be received and referred to the city solicitor for study! Virgadamo recalled the original resolution had directed the commissioner to make the investigation and-report back together with his opinion,whether the contract specifications had been complied with together with his recommendations. As to recommendations, he said they were contained in the Harbor Construction report and he assumed the commissioner adopted ' those recommendations as his 'own. He thought the commissioner should formally adopt , the recommendations and amended Stewart's motion by adding. that the report also be referred back to the commissioner to express his opinion and adopt the recommendations. The motion as amended was adopted. New St. Lawrence Seaway Measure To Be Considered WASHINGTON, Oct. 3 (5)-The House public works committee, which last August pigeonholed all bills then pending to authorize the St. Lawrence seaway and power project, resumes corK sideration of a new measure tomorrow. At that time, Chairman Buckley (D-N. y.) told a reporter, proponents of the long-disputed legislation will be allowed two hours to testify in its behalf. The newest bill, following swiftly in the wake of a White House conference between President Truman and Prime Minister Louis St. Laurent of Canada, was introduced by Rep. Blatnik (D-Minn.). Blatnik introduced his bill Monday--three days after St. Laurent told Mi-. Truman that the dominion is prepared to proceed on its own with construction of the big waterway over an all-Canadian route. In effect. he told Mr. Truman that Canada has tired of waiting nearly 30 years for the Congress to approve the project. BELLS OF SARNA KS' INDIA The Dlwali tell Is used to celebrate the New Tear festivities. The Bheetee (water carrier) rings his bell to attract customers. The Tansa bells are worn by horses drawing carriages. The ^Elephant bells decorate the elephants used in parades to celebrate a Maharaja's birthday. IN AMERICA These bell** are used to decorate the doorway, nursery, dining: room, fireplace or a plain wall. A collector's string of varied bells serves as an educational gift for children to start them on a fascinating- and constructive hobby. The Crown Gift Shop Hotel Viking 9 Bellevue Ave. f t ENJOY THE COCKTAIL HOUR 5:00 P. M. to 6:30 P. M. at Special Cocktail Prices in SKOAL ROOM Entertainment Nightly TTlth Hot and Cold Sandwiches Berved from Chuck \Vaeon from D P. M. lo 1 A. M. Dully THE HOTEL VIKING JAMESTOWN AND NEWPORT FERRY CO. FALL and WINTER SCHEDULE Daylight SB-ring Time LEAVE) JAMESTOWN--41:00 A. H. 7:00. 7:55, 9:00, 10:(K. 11:OO 13:00 N.. 1:00 P. M.. SlOO, 3:00, 4:00. 5:00, 6:09. 7:00. S:OO. 0:00. 10:00, 11:00. LEAVE NEWPORT--6:3O A. M. 7:SO, 8:30, 9:30, 10:30, 11:30, 12:30 P. MK 1:30, 2:30, 3:3O, 4:30, 5:30, fl:30, 7:30.^8:30, 0:30, 1030, 11:30. EFFECTIVE SEPT. 17, 1051 to SEPT. 30. 1851 Half hour aervice from 10:3O A. M. until 6 P. M. frill contlnne on week onds only until Sept. SO. EDWARD PARENTEATJ BITES ANTHONT--October 1, 1951, at the Kewport Hospital, a son, George AVilliam, to Mr. and Irs. George Anthony (Robena King) of Ports- | mouth. NEWPORT BROTHERS IN SERVICE--Sons of Mr. and Mrs. Warren V. Carrigan of 8 North Baptist street arc, left, Sgt. Warren V. Carrigan, Jr., 22, Army Bronze Star winner recently returned from Korea and now at Ft. Jackson, S. C. and Private William J. Carrigan, 17, former Rogers High School student and president of the Teen-Timers Club, who enlisted in the Air Force Sept. 26 and is in basic training at Sampson Air Base, Geneva, N. Y. 90 Rogers Pupils Take Driving Course The funeral of Edward Paren- tea'u of 3 Mary street was held today from the Memorial Funeral Home to St. Joseph's Church where a mass of requiem was said by the Rev. Edmund F. O'Neill. Committal services were read at St. Columba's cemetery by the Rev. Peter B. Young. Bearers were David Young, Paul Tubley, William Tubley and Frank Casgile. T H E W E A T H E R BOSTON, Oct. 3 (JB---Forecast "or Rhode Island, Massachusetts and Connecticut -- Mostly cloudy and foggy with occasional drizzle or light rain this- afternoon and :onight, rain Thursday. Cooler ;his afternoon than yesterday. Continued cool tonight and Thursday. Boston and vicinity -- Cloudy with occasional light rain or drizzle this afternoop and tonight. Rain Thursday. Cooler this afternoon than yesterday highest temperature near 60 degrees. Continued c o o l tonight and Thursday, lowest temperature tonight in middle 50's. Eastport to Block Island -Moderate to fresh east and northeast winds this afternoon and tonight increasing to strong over south portion late tonight. Strong east and northeast winds'Thurs- day possibly gales south portion. Mostely cloudy with haze, fog and drizzle this afternoon and tonight and rain Thursday. Visibility fair to poor. Small craft should remain close to port next 36 hours. Dr. Irvine Nenrtzow Dr. Aaron Nemtzow OPTOMETRISTS 68 B R O A D W A Y OPPOSITE! CITS JALL TeL 172 Office Bonn OiSO-lS--1-6 P. II. Evenings By Appointment LEE EDDIE'S TOTS TO TEENS S W E A T E R S Nylon, 100% Wool, Cashmeres, Angora Excellent 'Selection At Popular Prices Sizes: Infants thru pre-teen Smart Clothes for the Younger Set 193 Thames Street SNeit to the Parkin* Lot Open Friday Nlgbta Increased interest in the driver- training, course at Rogers High School is shown by this year's enrollment of more than 90 students. As the course now covers the entire school year, students who will be 16 years old by June 1 are eligible. Raymond L. Malone, now Rogere faculty member, is the instructor. Students have the use of a dual control car. Rogers was awarded a certificate of merit by the state automobile registry board for its successful first year of driver-training. A noticeable improvement in young drivers' records is reported by state authorities, as a result of secondary school training. Students Listed The following students have qualified and are registered for the course. Eleanor Abbott, Iva Butler, Prisqilla Dolack, Jose Gonsalves, Winthrop Grady, George Lampert, Paul Norton, Catherine Peckham, Dorothy Pollett, Regina Reed, Doris Ann Silvia, Nancy Smith, Alice Irish, Maureen Mosher, John Beebe, Louise Groves, Paye Burdick, George Schmitt, Edna Byran, Nancy Bryan, Joseph Champlin, James Ferris, Sarah Gianetis, Arargery Hearson, and Barbara Jenkins. Also, Dorothy Ann Brady, Joan Brown, Joan Cameron. Eleanor Driscoll, Laura Falkenholm, Alice M. Ferreria, Agnes Gagliardi, Frances Garcia, Pia lonta, Shirley James, Lorraine Lima, Margaret Samuels, Sylvia Sleeper, Haiold Webb, John Brady, Theresa Pimental, Ronald Ric.i- ardson, Barbara Bailey, Archie Johnston, Marilyn Marren, Virginia Norris, Carolyn Angel, Barbara Anthony, Guy Lambert, and Barbara Strobehn. Also, Doris Little, Nancj' Mc- Govvan,. Gloria Minor, Monica Morris, Marie Pacaud, George Rice, Raymond Rocnon, Jack Rozario, Albert Sergerson, Velma Sant, Patricia Cooper, Leslie Manchester, Ellen Turner, Norma Grant, Barbara Teeves, Robert Eckstrom, John Martin, Paul Andriesse, Jean Bishop, Aldo Bntto, Kenneth Brown, Robert Carson, Betty Esposito, Frances Gibau and James Heap. Also Raymond Kerins, Jean Mallory, Russell McLain, Sophie Pappos, Katnryn Pauley, Dorothy Viveiros, Pat Wilder, Deborah West, Clark Wirtlin, Elroy Banks, Marilyn Mikkelson, Eidam Luther, Patricia Sagerson, Beverley Groff, Cecilia Moitoza, -Patricia Murphy and Barry Shea. BORN DIED BLTXKS -- Suddenly in this city. October 2, 19.") 1, Robert J., son of Ruth James Blinks and the late Thomas Blinks. Residence 12 Cong-don Avenue. Funeral from his residence, Thursday, Oct. 4, at 9:30. Solemn high mass at St. Joseph's Church at 10:15. Relatives and friends are invited to attend. FALICENUOLM--In this city, October 2, 1951, Augusta Amelia, widow of John Falkenholm, in her S2nd year. i Services at the First Lutheran I Church on Friday, October 6, at 2 I p. m. Relatives and friends are Invited to attend. Please do not bend flowers. Friends may call at the Hambly Funeral Home, ]6 Mann Avenue, Thursday, 3-5 and 7-9 D. m. JARRETT--In this city, October 1, 1951, Joyce Lorraine, wife of Par- rlsh L. Jarrett. Notice of funeral later. IvEBNAN--In Grand Blanc, Michigan, September 29, James F. Keenan, son of John P. and Helen Curran Keenan. Residence 26 Whitwell Avenue. Funeral from the Memorial Funeral Home, Thursday, October 4, at 8:30 a.m. Solemn high mass at St. Joseph's Church at D a. m. Relatives and friends are invited. Calling- hours Tuesday and Wednesday 3-5- and 7-10 p. m. OXX---In this city, October 1, 1951, Elizabeth Cornell, widow of Daniel H. Oxx, In her 76th year. Services at the Hambly Funeral Jlome, 1C Mann Avenue on Thursday, October 4. at 2 P. M. Relatives and friends are invited to attend. Friends may call Tuesday 7-9, Wednesday 2-4 and ~-H p. m. SCOTT--In this city, October 3, 1951, James Harry Scott, m his 73rfl year. Residence 22 Columbia Ave , Jamestown. Services at the Central Baptist Church, Jamestown, on Friday, October 5, at 3 p. m. Relatives and friends are Invited to attend. James Harry Scott, 72, Spanish War Vet, Dies James Harry Scott, 72, of 42 Columbia avenue, Jamestown, died at the Naval Hospital today after a long' illness. He was a Spanish-American War veteran and a retired Naval Torpedo Station employe. Born in Chariestown, Mass., he served in the Spanish war at the Watertown Arsenal before being transferred to Fort Adams. After his marriage to Mary Agnes .Holt, he moved to James"town where he had lived for more than 40 years. His first wife died in 1945. His present wife, Mrs. Bessie Green Scott, survives. Also surviving are an adopted daughter, Mrs. Dorothy May Martin of Gibbs avenue, this city, and two grandchildren. He was a 32nd degree Mason and a member of St. John's Lodge of this city. He was also a member of DeBlois Council, Washington Comrnandery, Lodge of Perfection. Royal Arch Chapter, and of the Red Men and Odd Fellows Lodges. Services will be held Friday at 3 o'clock in the Central Baptist Church, Jamestown. PRIORY EMPLOYE DIES An employe at the Portsmouth Priory, Delcar Balcom, 59, died unexpectedly yesterday, apparently of a heart attack. Balcom had joined the kitchen staff about a week ago. His home address is 122 Franklin 'street, Worcester, Mass., where his .wife, Helen, and several children are understood to Miss Charlotte F. Graham Dies In Baltimore, Md. Miss Charlotte F. Graham, a native of this city and long a resident of Wakefield, died Monday during a visit to friends in Baltimore, Md.. She was a daughter of William F. and Sarah B. Northup Graham. She was a member of the Peace Dale Congregational Church, past .patron of Nestell Chapter, O. E. S., and a member of the King's Daughters. She leaves two brothers, William S. and Robert E. Graham of Providence, and two sisters, the Misses Annie M. and Susan H. Graham of Wakefield. Services will be held Thursday at the Avery Funeral Home in Wakefield. MRS. PARRISH L. JARRETT Mrs. Joyce Lorraine Jarrett, 32, wife of Pamsh L. Jarrett, U. S. N., of 14 Oak street, died Monday at the Newport Hospital, where she had been a patient only a few days. Sh6 was born in Durham, N. C., and had been employed at the hospital. She was a parishioner of Mt. Zion A. M. E. Church. _ She leaves a daughter, Brenda Joyce Jarrett; a brother, Elmer Dones of Washington, D. C.; and a sister, Miss Maggie Dones of Durham, N. C., Funeral services will be held Friday. reside. Funeral arrangements are being completed by a Massachusetts undertaker. EXTRA WIDE SHEETS Colored Percales * Pacific Contours Gifts For All Occasions In Our End Of The Season Sale E. BRAUN CO. Linen Specialists , ince 1892 190 Bellevue Ave. Casino Block Pbone 325 . HOSPITAL BEDS ., Wheel Chairs, Walfcen, Com- modea* Trn»se, Elloatte Stock- lns»i Abdominal Belt*, Sacro- lilacs. Sorcloal Coract*. Hip Reducer*. Crntchea, Cane*, etc. les and Back Bra CM To Order. NEWPORT SURGICAL APPLIANCE CO, 231 Thnme. 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