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yesterday morning. Heavy timbers buried ground. On the right is a view of what Return Episcopal by A. Bethle complete such H. Holt responsibilities. responsibilities. that Episco was im discharged another the rec proceed of when war - with who be for the was de - Lineker as late in said, benefit rector. was Lineker. meeting Isaac Richard C. Lees KNIFE and underwent for acute Homeopathic operated rallied immediately it employe of Tht The Represen Payette; and Mo - an addi known as Rabbi, Priest and Pastor Speak at Forum Tonight National Brotherhood to Be Topic of Discourse; R. N. Hilkert to Present Current Events Exponents of harmony among movement that preaches loyalty to the church to which one utuuugs, will iiicew milium ui vuc a. ivi. v. a. viicit ruium w i.u o'clock in the celebration of Brotherhood night. & ' ' ' 1 k " v itm'i tm r '' r RABBI ISRAELITAN NEW BILL PROPOSES YEARLY LEGISLATURE Plan Would Eliminate Many Special Sessions HARRISBURG. Feb. 22 Pennsylvania's legislature would meet regularly every year under a constitutional amendment proposed tonight by Senator George Woodward, Woodward, Philadelphia Republican. The general assembly now meets once every two years. Special sessions have been neces sary every year since 1930 to provide provide relief. Woodward proposed another change in the constitution to provide provide civil service for State employes. A safeguard to protect workers' wages was proposed in the House tonight. Charles R. Burrows, Northumberland Northumberland Democrat, introduced a bill to require employers of all except farm and domestic labor to file S.i?.? P??tmf flr payrolls. Elmer Holland, Allegheny Democrat, Democrat, would permit newspaper reporters reporters to refuse to disclose sources of information, in trials and investigations investigations by Juries, legislative investigating investigating groups and other pubic jm W V . BL thTtroibyhrstorm.151311 f divergent religious groups, advocates Speakers will be Rabbi Abraham H. Israelitan, head of Mercy and Truth synagog; the Rev. Joseph A. McDonald, rector of St. Aloysius Catholic church, and the Rev. Paul E. Schmoyer, pastor of St. John's Reformed church. Charles H. Harberger, forum - director, director, said he believed it was the first time that Catholic, Jew and Protestant would be represented on the same speaking program. Brotherhood Week is being observed over the country. It is headed by Newton D. Baker, former secretary of war in the Wilson cabinet. The movement advocates not one religion, but harmony harmony among existing groups. - Current events will be In fhargtrofRHtieit WTHllkcrt of The Hill. He will discuss the British naval program and Its effect on the United States, the time factor in amending the Constitution. Governor Hoffman's Hoffman's position on the sit - down strikes and gasoline taxes. The Brotherhood movement was fostered in Pottstown by Rabbi israeutan, wno win speak on The vuupauiy xuwaras uic r urngner. i Concerning the celebration, the sociation in rabbi said last night: "Tomorrow pose of night in all synagogs of the world there will b celebrated the merry feast of Purim, commemorating the saving of the Persian Jews from the fiendish plans of the cruel prime minister Haman. the Book of Esther, recounting the story of Purim. will be chanted in the tra ditional manner and from the lips of the reader there will come forth the following words of Scripture: And Haman said unto King Ahas - uerus 'There is a certain people scattered abroad and dispersed among the peoples in all the provinces provinces of thy kingdom and their laws are diverse from those of every people; neither keep they the king's laws, therefore it profiteth not the king to suffer them." Rabbi Inraelitan eontlnued these wotds were Indeed said about the Jew, but "let us not forget such words have been spoken throughout the centuries centuries about all groups who are of different race, different religion or different customs. "Minorities always have been accused of violating the laws of the country and have been attacked because they are different. Brotherhood Brotherhood night, which will be cele brated at the forum, will remind us that all groups must be treated (Continued On Page Three) SPECIAL STATIONERY NOW IS ON SALE! If have not purchased Rytex BORO PLAN OF Phoenixville's Speak With study merits manager plan, regarding government ing of Minute Men at noon at The Young, PhoenixvUle, system Charles the group, invitation chamber to councilmen not revealed. Decision to disease surprise yesterday had not its plans movement Council delegates oi ough Solicitor Secretary Edmond William however, discussion on delegates proposed I operation wajr a.n? The on borough be mailed Critchley. planned to engineer council. 24 - IIour Jacobson's Stone's 10th Rep. James I chalrmantjhip appropriations night after 73 years His death sional

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  1. The Mercury,
  2. 23 Feb 1937, Tue,
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