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f WILMINGTON MORNING NEWS. WILMINGTON. DELAWARE. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1954 THIRTY-TWO PARTY HOLIDAY SPORTS AWARDS PARENTS ADMIT Shigemitsu Seen Slated As Deputy to Hatoyama if refused, she continues, her hus-oand purportedly choked her. Mrs. Baker, who was married Nov. 27, 1948, claims her husband "mocked and reviled" her religion two days later, then striking her again. She asks custody of their two-year-old daughter. News from SOUTH JERSEY j I U AT 91 omcianilv.intheenew cabinet has not yet been jounced, re- n , , . ,L. r i- SALEM. X. J., Dec. 9. Christ but all unofficial a pre hi 1 10 i"f warning jvpicj t f nm ! BELLEFONTE. Dec. 9-An UUmTter Of Mail of a snarl over omer juu, mas cheer wilt be the program perfectly because athletic awards assembly was; held today in the auditorium olfZyrmj-pfi JviPrrv the Mt. Pleasant High School ' U 11 1 C u V under the direction of Howard SAN FRANCISCO, Dec. 9 CP. S. Parsons, director of .physical A federal judge showed feature when the Country who highly critical of ans Club entertains the resi-sjgned Ws country.s surrender the United States, dents of the Salem County llomeiaboard tne battleship Missouri. sahi said there WOuld be no next Wednesday afternoon. Mrs ;had been offered the post and . Hatoyama Socialists i n education. 'sympathy today for a San Josei Margaret Merrick is presidents . acceDted. the 65-year-'cabinet. They were content with The Bible reading and Has mailman who tore ud nom of of the organization and Mrs. J.l .. ...... Like Hatoyama, Morris Hamilton is chairman of salute were in charge of Donald his mail and tossed it down old convicted war criminal losmaa s uuin ...u the Christmas project. if Z v .1 vi;.rom.n favors more trade wun wament for elections in niauu. Johnson. storm sewer. Donald Sheffield, president of; The mail destroyed was bulky the Athletic Association, spoke third class matter addressed to U, : V: V v 'J " x c.S iTcdrti. her 9 Wrth-iChlM. but said in an interview . day anniversary at Patrick Nurs- he hopes to improve Japanese-. . ,. American relations. on the value of the sports award. The "Three Little Bakers" "occupant" or "boxholder." Before giving the suspended presented acrobatic stunts. mailman, Charles W. O'Brien, 62, "Japan's position Is quite fixed ( we definitely are in the demo-: cratic camp," said Shigemitsu. Special to the Morning News SALEM, N. J.. Dec. 9. Judge S. Rusling Leap deferred the sentencing of a Penns Grove couple who pleaded guilty yesterday to a charge of neglecting their five children. And while the Salem County pronation office continues its investigation of the case, Butler and Ruth Baldwin of 48 Regional Drive were ordered remanded to the county jail here. The jurist directed that the five children, ranging in age from 5 to 14 years, be placed in the care of the State Board of Child Welfare after accepting a plea of guilt from the couple. Arrest of the former milkman and his wife, previously residents of the Pennsville section, took place Thanksgiving Day after the plight of the children wa brought to the attention of authorities. , Baldwin and his wife allegedly left their home at 1 a. m. and - remained aaay most of that holiday making a round of taverns. ing Home, was taken to baiem County Memorial Hospital following a fall. She underwent surgery the first of this week for a broken hip and is reported as re- Hockey awards were presented a year's probation. Federal Judze Under U.S. Probe WASHINGTON, Dec. 9 HP. The Justice Department is still by Mrs. Jean Abplanalp, coach Louis E. Goodman asked a postal However in achieving election j or me nocney xeam. oianiey insDeetor: chat, rmintm t 3 m ' .fu: v.. t,.. ..'cuperaung sausiacioruy aim t0 the Dremiersnip yesieruay, cross : coach, 'presented awards to the'duttering up the Post Officel&lans t0return t0 the Patrick Hatoyama had to promise the Nursing Home soon. Socialists who supported him team, ana tooioau awaras were lately, hasn't it?" Mrs. French Banks Is enter- that within three months he presented by Leslie King, toot-i inspector F. J. Dempsey con SPY COn- f.inln ot hoi. hnmo nn flront .j ..n ,..V,i,V, i.j .Li. : . i , ,, i ioiuhis hv w' M.u.i. wnu n ran new cit-viiuna. nti. Dan coacn. ""student receiving ZnZ tomorrow evening at 8 tne Socialjsts expect to win. Isix : mo?th! w iS mSSuf ta 1?JIS MetSd ITThce KSdaliStS'T r? Football: George Brown. Ar-mostly printed verttolng SuA'if iJ? frKK H' " Church. Mrs. J. Morris Hamil investigating former Army maj. Irving Peress to determine if he can be prosecuted for making false statements as charged by Senator McCarthy. (R-Wis), informed sources said today. McCarthy has described Peress, who figured in the Army-McCarthy dispute last summer, as a "Fifth Amendment Communist." Last October McCarthy wrote Attorney General Brownell, requesting an investigation to determine if Peress, a New York ment. and Japan's pro-West for thur MacDonald, Jac'i Fisher, !matter eign policy, obtained as a price of their support a promise that Terry Kelk, Donald McKay,, Judge Goodman, In pronounc-Landon Rowland, Clarence Wirt, ing sentence after O'Brien Louis Mullikin, Herman Bruce, I pleaded guiltVi said O'Brien was he would dissolve the Diet (par ton is chairman of the group. The members of the Salem WCTU have changed their meeting to Monday evening when Mrs. John M. Gayner will be hostess at her home, 44 West Broadway. Members of the local Clarence buiiock, James rrovan,.in Door hpalth an(1 h,. was liament) and call new elections by March 10. trying just to "lighten his load." Socialists then joined Hato- BRICK, NOTE SMASH U OF M BOSS' WINDOW dentist, made false statements when he applied for an Army, commission in May, 1952. McCarthy said Peress signed Youth's Temperance Council wili yama's Democrats in the lower contribute to the program with! house and gave him a Zo7 to tai a Christmas play that is being victory over Taketora Ogata, directed by Mrs. Joseph M. Dilks.j president of former Prime Min-assisted by Miss Ann Staats of lister Shigeru Yoshidas Liberal Woodstown (Conservative) Party. The only Mr. and Mrs. Charles Emmons I Communist in the house ab-of Hancock's Bridge entertained .stained. at a f.imilv dinner Dartv on Sun- Yoshida, who steered Japan V. 8. Armr Photo CORPORALS McDONAlD DENT, right, of Charlottesville, Va., and Harold W. Storicks, Salem, N. J., remove the batteries from a tank in the motor pool of the 2nd Armored Division's 67th Tank Battalion in Germany. Storicks, whose wife, Esther, lives at 58 North Third Street, Salem, is a tank commander in Company B. He entered the Army in April of last year. Charles Slattery, Richard Thatcher, George Llghtcap. Edward Lambert, Frank Edlin, Jerry Newkirk, Peter Perialas, Robert Quener, Fred Watson, Edward Kramer, and Lawrence Sutton. Hockey: Sandra Dempsey, Jo-Ann Hardy, Mary Jane Keelins, Johanna Nielson, Carla. Pos-singer, Dolores Raign. Janet Rickley, Betty Volk, Sally Wagner, Janet Cole, Barbara Fox, Barbara . McAdam. Gail Smith. a statement at that time denying membership in any organization advocating the overthrow of the ANN ARBOR, Mich., Dec. 9 A brick with a note ,at-tached was tossed through a window at the home of Dr. Harlan H. Hatcher, president of the University of Michigan, early yesterday. U. S. Government by force and violence. Failure to Stop Causes Accident ELMER, N. J Dec. 9 (Special). Going through a stop street intersection at Route 77 and the Shirley-Aldine Road, Wilbert S. Harris, 64, of Alloway Road, Quinton, was blamed last night for a crash which sent him toTTie Elmer Community Hospital and brought injuries to a passenger in the other car. At the hospital Harris was treated for a brain concussion and bruises and abrasions, while a companion, Frank Pietrowski, 42, of Quniton escaped riav relebratine the bir'thdavs of , through seven trying post-war Mr. and Mrs. Preston Smith, Salem-Hancock's Bridge Road. Police withheld a report of The Incident until today. I Detective John Waiters said and Patricia Mayer. years by aligning it closely with the United States, resigned yesterday before the Socialist-Democrat coalition could pass a no-confidence motion. The switch in prime ministers FLYING MARRIAGE BID The Defense Department also referred the Peress case to the Justrc5Departrm?nt this-yrr-Peress did not complete loyalty oath statements when he entered the Army in January,-1953, according to Army records. Peress was given an honorable discharge in February, 1954. Cross country: Robert Davis, Gerald Hayes, James Jacobs, William McGowan, James Robinson, and Donald Schmitt. FAILS TO WIN MATE ln.nmi.flil 1 , 1 1 1 n Immnrliita nhinda P1TV il, n D yi"HMCU lime liiliiiwiait muiifei BONE CITY, Mich., Dec. 9 . f . anoco ,... nn1irv H,tn. African Game Hunt Film To Be Shown Sportsmen PENNS GROVE, ,N. J-. Dec. 9 'Special!. Films of a bie game hunt in Africi will be shown when the annual banquet of the Salem County Sportsman's Club is held Feb. 17 in the Salem County Regional YMCA here. Arthur Hawkinson, president of the club, announced today. The action pictures are those taken by F. A. Wardenburg of yama says Japan must maintain her place among free nations but he favors increased trade with Red China and Russia, as do the Socialists. contents of the note will not be disclosed at present "purely for investigatory reasons." He added, "there is no sense in giving the whole case away." The broken window was discovered at 8;30 a. m. yesterday. The crash apparently was muffled by drapery and the family was not awakened. The presidential mansion is in the center of the campus. Peninsula Deaths Mrs. Lula O. Cordrey SALISBURY, Md., Dec. 9 Mrs. Marie Arianne, 40, of South Avenue, Bridgeton, whose husband, Charles, 42, was the other driver, was treated for i.fl. Lovelorn aviator Carl Dernier, 40, who proposed to the lady of his choice via a banner in the sky, didn't get a "yes." Instead, he got a "no" from Mrs. Evelyn Brandt, a divorcee, who told newsmen: "And that's definite." This upstate Michigan city of 3,028 got excited yesterday as GRANGE ASKS CHANGE IN CHILD LABOR LAW ATLANTIC CITY, N. J., Dec. 9 LP. The N. J. State Grange will narrate Wilmington, who MAYOR AT BRIDGETON WILL VETO ORDINANCE BRIDGETON, N. J., Dec. 9 (Special). Mayor Thomas A. Dailey today said he would veto the ordinance passed by City Council authorizing the Bridge-ton Parking Authority to use $8,000 of parking meter revenue to pay fees and incidentals to the issuance of $125,000 in bonds for the erection of a downtown lacerations and bruises. Japanese political and business leaders predicted Hatoyama would do little, if anything, to change Japan's relations with the African safari. Several committees are presently at work arranging the af- State police said Harris will be charged with the infraction, the Communist bloc in the short able ; fair and William Talley. the CRIME mt GETS I TERM and arraigned when he is to leave the hospital. time allotted before new a plane circled for 15 minutes, trailing a huge banner which read: "Evelyn I love you. Marry me. Carl." "Everyone was thrilled but Hatoyama called a Demo ticket chairman, said it will be possible to accommodate 350 at the affair. He reported a demand for tickets 1m also started. Circuit Court Judge Bud (Special). Funeral services are scheduled here tomorrow for SENTENCE SUSPENDED IN WEAPONS ATTACK cratic Party session for this morning to discuss his new cabinet, which is likely to include Mrs. Lula Oliphant Cordrey, 75, who died here Tuesday after a prolonged illness. parking lot. The mayor said such action would result in a tax increase of seven cents on property owners, and mentioned that there PENNS GROVE, N. J., Dec. 9 . Martcr III of Beverly, N. J, said today there would be a lot less juvenile delinquency if child labor laws were changed so youths under 18 could take full-time jobs. The 20,000-member farm group called for a conference of Grange, industry, labor, and school officials to work out a proposed revision of the laws. In a resolution passed on the final day of its annual convention, the Grange said: , "Juvenile delinquency is on the increase and many of its causes can be traced to the inadequacy of the child labor laws due to the failure of a child to some pre-war figures familiar to will serve as toastmaster for the (Special). Clifford Heywood, Special to the Morning Neu'j SALEM, N. J., Dec. non vult to a charge of contributing to the delinquency of a affair. An ardent sportsman, Mr. Marter is presently the chairman of the Board of State Fed was no need of spending $80,000 for (he purchase of properties in order to make space for a parking lot when the city owned me,' said Mrs. Brandt. "He's already had his answer in private." DUTCH TRADER RINGS bP NO SALE IN SOVIET MOSCOW, Dec. 9 If). A Dutch trade representative today rang up a no sale as he prepared to end a two-week stay in Moscow. Gerald Schmidt of Utrecht represents about 50 Dutch firms Mrs. Virgie Hitch SALISBURY. Md., Dec. 9 'Special). Funeral services were held today for Mrs. Virgie Hitch, 73, wife of Clarence Hitch of near Salisbury. She died in Pen minor, Joseph Balsamo, 23, of the West. Former Admiral Kichsaburo Nomura, ambassador to Wash-" ington at the time of the Pearl Harbor attack, was slated for minister of state and chief of the Japan Defense Board.. He also is friendly to the United States. Pedricktown drew an indefinite Memorial Field, which could accommodate 1,000 cars. The downtown lot is to have space for 100 cars. insula General Hospital on Tues day. The newspaper Asaht said; Mayor Dailey has blocked the Parking Authority's plans by re 67, of this place drew a suspended county jail sentence but re was fined $100 for a pons attack and ordered to make restitution in the amount of $150 for hospital expenses to Melvin Scott. 25, whom he shot following a gambling argument last spring. Judge S. Rusling Leap yesterday levied the fine and directed the payment of the hospital bill when Heywood, a pensioned U. S. Engineering Department dredge worker, was arraigned be fore him in district court. Police who investigated the shooting said the heated argument which developed during 1hr rnrrl rami rarrinH m&i int whose products range from ma- term in the Bordentown Reformatory yesterday. Judge S. Rusling Leap, in sentencing the divorced father of a four-year-old child, told Balsamo he was in need of "good strict supervision and training which he hadn't had." Police had charged the Old- eration of Sportsmen and is a past president of the federation. A string trio composed of members of the club will" provide dinner music for the banquet which will be served by Hartenstine's Catering Service of Pottstown, Pa. It is planned to distribute a number of door awards, Sid Simpkins, head of the gift committee, said. Several club members are aiding Glenn Young in the preparation of an advertising program which Young said will be fusing to sign a check for $1,- Hatoyama had asked pro-American Hisato Ichimada, governor of the National Bank of Japan, to Charles E. O'Grady SALISBURY, Md., Dec. (Special). Funeral services 9 chinery and woolen goods to food be able to find employment between the time he leaves school at the age of 16 and the age of 18, when he is permitted to enter industry."' The resolution said the child labor laws "are outmoded and fail to serve their purpose in tht present-day mechanical age." are1 products. He said he had no of-foni fers but few definite turndowns. scheduled here Saturday 000 granted the agency by the governing body. The mayor contended the agency had received a grant of $2,000 on the promise that it would be able to oper- be his finance minister. Washington reportedly had feared Hatoyama might appoint Tanzan Ishibashi. a former finance min- Charles E. O'Grady, 73, a retiree! Some Soviet trade officials said farmer of near Hebron. He died they were interested in his goods Mondav in the home of a daueh- and might write him later. ale without any more financial Iter, Mrs. Bern Savage, near here. aiu irom wie cuy, different than any previous one William Berton Kintz mans Township man with master-minding at least one robbery in Upper Penns Neck Townstup in which he used a teen-age accomplice to rob a service station. He Instructed the youth on how to carry out the job, drove the intruder to the place, the Gulf Servicenter, and then re the street at Walnut and Smith .distributed in connection with MILFORD, Dec. 9 (Special). Avenue whereupon the two men! e ua,lliutl!'' William Berton Kintz, 48, night clerk at the Windsor Hotel, died DoiilJetwuY are said to have agreed to a gun duel. MAN UNHURT AS TRUCK UPSETS ON HIGHWAY CARNEYS POINT, N. J., Dec. 9 (Special). An appliance delivery truck upset on a Harding Highway bend at Layton's Lake this afternoon, but the driver, Italian -American 4 last night in the Milford Memorial Hospital. A resident of Houston, he came to this section turned later to pick him up after uirneu laier 10 pick mm up auer FARM GIRL-FINDS N. Y. husband HI n j eaa Keelecteahe p?ace had becn burglarized. three years ago from Wyoming, Pa, innietea several weeks ago by the Salem County grand jury, Balsamo had entered a not guilty see (he plea, but he changed it 'DISAPPOINTING' CITY j CEDAR RAPIDS, la. Dec. 9 (IP. Farm girl Janice llullinger admitted today that she was "a little disapp6inted" with New York City. The 16-year-old Iowa lass, who PENNS GROVE, N. J., Dec. 9 (Special!. When the annual meeting was held last night in the Washington Club here, the delegates of four Italian-American lodges comprising the or William Mosee, 46, of 2403 West Harlan Street, Philadelphia, escaped unhurt. The truck, carrying a consignment of merchandise from Philadelphia stores listed for delivery to customers in this area, was Mrs. John L. McCarthy QUEENSTOWN, Md Dec. 9 1 (Special). Funeral services will be held tomorrow morning for, Mrs. John Louis McCarthy, 35, daughter of Covert F. Crowder of Queenstown, who died in the George Washington Hospital, Washington, D. C, after a seven-month illness. Death was at damaged as it toppled on its left side. Police said they did not i know the Value of the merchan ganization reelected former Councilman Ascenzio Cataldi as president. Other officers elected Include: Joseph Fiore, vice -president; Joseph Franceschinl, treasurer; Aides Selected By Council Head PAULSBORO. N. J., Dec. 9 (Special). Three committee were announced today by Edward L. Sinclair president of the Southern New Jersey Development Council to cover the activi- visited New York this week after! her 1,100-pound Aberdeen Angus steer won the grand championship at the International Livestock Show . in Chicago, stopped here on her way home to her family's farm near Manly, Iowa. Janice said she expected to see "more people and cars on the streets" In New York, and more "hustling and bustling." dise or the extent of damage. Sgt. Lewis Whelan said the truck is owned by the Katherine Corporation of Millbrook and Chestnut Streets. William Juliano, financial secre tary, and Mrs. Marie Dell 'Oil vastro, correspoding secretary. Mr. Fiore was named chairman and! ties of nominating, publicity, and of the house committee was chosen vice bankers. In all 17 prominent Southern New Jersey leaders Ralph Naso chairman, t Salem tributed to cancer. South Jersey Deaths William Belcher CARNEYS POINT, N. J., Dec. 9 (Special).-A DuPont Company pensioner, Wrilliam (Buck) Belcher, died suddenly today at his home 348 Laurel Street following a heart seizure. Members of the Upper Penns Neck Fire Company Rescue Squad were summoned to the home to administer oxygen, but Mr. Belcher died before he could be revived. Funeral arrangements are pending. The deceased, a former Cham were named. Carl Johnson, Millville; Larr5 Lear, Ocean City: Haubert Hansen, Linwood; Gustave Dopp, Jr., Woodbury, and Albert Shea, Woodstd'wn, were all named to B. M. JAMES HEADS ' DE MOLAY CHAPTER Brice M. James was elected SALEM, N. J., Dec. 9 (Special!. Members of the Couples Club of Memorial Baptist Church UNION WINS POLL I AT FIBRE COMPANY Fibre and Plastic Local 770, Pulp, Sulphite and Paper Mill Workers, AFL, was declared the bargaining agent for workers of the Wilmington Fibre Specialty Company at New Castle yesterday after an elec'ion conducted by William Draper Lewis, Jr., representative of the National Labor Relations Board. Gene Derrickson, business agent of the union, announced the vote was 78 for the union, held a dinner party recently. The 'master councillor of the Wil-program included vocal solos byjmington Chapter, Order of De Molay, last night at the meeting Charles Baese, who was accompanied by Martin Noonan. Mr. the nominating unit. Sinclair at the same time appointed Benjamin Leuchter, Vineland; Monroe L. Mendelsohn, Margate; Harry Wilson, Woodbury; Thomas Summerill, Penns Grove; Paul Alger, Bridgeton: Peter Lapidus, Wild-wood, and John Struckel, Pleas-antville, to the publicity committee. Among bankers chosen by the council president for the bank in the Masonic Temple, 818 Market Street. Along with the other officers James will be Installed at the banquet hall in a public ceremony on Friday, Jan. 7. Other officers for the coming term are: Donald E. McKay, senior councillor; Richard A. Aveyard, junior councillor; Donald W. Knotts, treasurer; Mr. Aveyard, recorder; David E. Frick, senior three against, and three not voting. A total of 84 workers were eligible to take part In the election. . , bers Works veteran employe, leaves his wife, Esther, and two sons, Stuart of this place, and Royal Belcher of Pedricktown. PLANNERS TO MEET t The Regional Planning Com ers committee were: aowara Jones, Northfield; Bruce Dimon, mission of New Castle County will meet at 2 p. m., Thursday in Room 428, Continental-Amer WOMAN ASKS DIVORCE IN RELIGIOUS DISPUTE BRIDGETON, N. J., Dec. 9 (Special. Charging her husband with ordering her to give up her religion and punching Noonan also gave instrumental j solos on the piano. The Rev. T. V. Wingate, pastor of St. George's Episcopal Church, Churchtown, spoke on his hobby of collecting stamps. An instrumental ensemble Rave several selections. Members were Raymond Harris, student at Westminster Choir College, Princeton, piano; Miss Hazel Ann Davis, student at Lebanon Valley College, clarinet; Miss Patricia Davis, oboe, and Miss Carolib England, flute. Mrs. Martin Emel is the president of this organization and the committee planning the dinner and entertainment included Mr. and Mrs. Norman Whitescll, Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Pry or, Mr. and Mrs. Smith B. Davis, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Bacon, and Mr. and . Mrs. Herbert K. England. Mr. and Mrs. Nelson II. Rose Ocean City; Caspar liouvig, Salem; Ambrose Parr, Millville, and Oscar Ware, Woodbury. ican Building, Eleventh and King Streets. deacon; Russell G. Whitman, III junior deacon; James H. Scott senior steward; Robert T. Wirt, junior steward; William R. Lud-vigson, retiring master councillor, chaplain; Milton V. Lord, Jr., sentinel; Willis Weldin, Jr., standard bearer; Allan L. Jester, almoner; Charles L. Jeuwell, marshall; Gary D. Defibaugh, orator; and Milford J. Brinton, Jr., James F. Kearney, Jr., John W. Smith. Earl W. Moore, Wil UNLESS you want him transformed into a first class cabinet-maker who stays home nights making built-ins, furniture etc. IF he does see the new SHOPSMlTHthe first thing yau know he'll have your kitchen modernized and bosement or attic paneled into a game room. That's because SHOPSMITH is designed to. convert ordinary husbands into skilled woodworkers almost as quickly os it changes from a 9" saw to a 12" disc sander to a 34" wood lathe to o 16'i" drill press or a horizontal drill.. SHOPSMITH is so good looking you'd let him keep it in the kitchen! New safety features moke SHOPSMITH o welcome addition to ony home! There ore many other exciting features like the complete ossembly of SHOPSMITH that lets your husband bring it home and plug it in just her when she refused, Mrs. LUa E. Baker today filed suit for divorce in Superior Court. Mrs. Baker, who resides at 312 East Broad Street, Millville, states that her husband. Edwin W. Baker, of Cedarville Road, told her on last May 28 to "give up my religion or get out." After striking her when she RENT CONTROL ACTION URGED BY GOP LEADER NEWARK, N. J., Dec. 9 W!. Republican State Chairman Samuel L. Bodine asked the Legislature to return next Monday to extend rent controls, but Senate President W. Steelman Mathis said tonight he had no intention of calling the Senate back at this time. Unless the Legislature takes action by Dec. 31, state rent controls wtil expire. like your home appliance! But he'll want to see these featufes for him Man Climbs Span To Find Out if He Or Bridge Wobbly self . . .IF YOU DARE LET HIM! r)A$() complete including -i hp. motor, automatic speed There has been considerable selector and bench. pressure from municipal of fi cials, labor unions, and tenant groups who have urged the Leg Easy Terms (Note to husbonds: COME IN FOR A SNEAK DEMONSTRATION) PLATFORM ROCKER 11 39 from liam H. Workman, Jr., Victor II. Bird, and Clifford B. Hearn, Jr., preceptors. Frank L. Sparks was named master councillor's aide. Some 18 candidates will be Initiated Monday night at 7:30 o'clock in the De Molay Room. franYhagueTgrees to face n. j. probe JERSEY CITY, N. J., Dec. 9 UP. Former Mayor Frank Hague agreed today to appear voluntarily before a Jersey City Commission investigating committee which is checking on his administration and that of his nephew, the late Frank Eggers. Through his counsel, former U. S. Senator John Milton, Hague said he would recognize service of a subpoena handed to him while he attended Eggers' funeral last July 12. The subpoena called for his appearance before the investigating body and Hague at first had objected to the service as improper. He was given (he summons when he returned here from Europe for the funeral. entertained at their home at a family dinner party on Sunday in celebration of the 13th birthday anniversary of their daughter, Clara Ann. Guests included Mr. and Mrs. William Butcler of Walnut Street, Frank Hewitt and daughter,' Ruth Elaine, of Smith Street, aod Miss Frances Butler of Elk Terrace. Members of the Fenwlrk Re-bckah Lodge held a Christmas pal party on Monday evening at the headquarters over Scott Store. Mrs. Mary Anna Spicer, the chairman, was assisted by Mrs. P. E. Fleming, Mrs. Edna Madvay, and Mrs. Harriett F. f oulks. Mr. and Mrs. Fowler Freas of Lower Penns Neck; and Mr. and ' Mrs. Howard Freas of Seventh i Street, and Mrs. Harry Smith of Tilbury 'are spending a winter vacation - in Florida - and i are (pending sometime In Holly . wood with relatives. Mrs.' William P. Cadwallader entertained at her home, "Wal-dac," Salem-Woodslown Road, on Tuesday evening for the members of her bridge club. See the Shopnmlih Complete Demonstration By Factory Expert i SAT., DEC. 11th 8:30 A.M. to 5:30 P.M. A large selection in fabrics and plastics. Our Inn I.y-A-Wy riin islature to extend the law De-yond the Dec. 31 deadline. Bodine, in telegrams to all of the Republican state senators and to GOP Assembly leaders, recommended that the Legislature "adopt rent control exten-tion for six months until June 30, 1955." A similar plea for extension was made by State Senator Mark Anton (R-Essex), who had backed the rent control move In the Senate. He suggested a legislative session next Monday or Thursday. Bodine and Anton want the lawmakers to go back voluntarily, rather than wait for Gov. Robert B. Meyner to call them into a special session to act on rent control. PITTSBURGH, Dec. 9 UP!. A structural Iron worker climbed to the top of the super-structure of the Sixth .Street Bridge In Pittsburgh today to find out whether he or the bridge was wobbly, he told police. After blocking trolley and auto traffic on the bridge for almost a half-hour, the man, who Identified himself as Elmer R. Tau, 53, of Pittsburgh, said as he climbed bark down: "I didn't know whether I was wobbly or the bridge was wobbly. I went up to check." Tau was lodged in Jail on charges of intoxication and disorderly conduct. 1 dikidililcdway mmm. i 4416 Kirkwood Highway Route 2 on Road to Newark' ran lODenct Just 2 Miltt Wtit of frieoi Corntr 407 lOOCXriMtN f DOVER Your Quality furniturt Store Ladies' Nighi-Tues., Dec. '14th, 6-9 P. M.-FREE NYLONS

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