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I Fourteen Journal'Every Evening, Wilmington, Delaware, Friday, March 25, lions Observe: Carpenter, 65, Fatally Cecil Education Five Sussex Towns Organizing School Play Injured in 15-Foot Fall Charter Night SALISBURY. Md, March 25 Credit Association for ArealCast Chosen Post Still Open (Special. L. Woodland Parker, 65- NEWS FROM THE DELMARVA PENINSULA year-old carpenter, was fatally to ured in a fall irom a rooi yester 100 at Annual Governor Lane Has Pick day. Smyrna Junior Class He droDoed about 15 feet onto a Of Several Applicants; concrete apron at a warehouse under Meeting Delmar Club; Magic Show at School To Give fA Little Honey' Friday Night, April 1 contraction for a motor agency here Annual Debate Is Held He died before reaching Peninsula Kent Couple to Celebrate General Hospital.
Special to the Journal-Every Evening Surviving are his widow ana iour Special to the Journal-Every Evening Special to the Journal-Every Evening Seaford Business Men's Group Takes Lead, With Laurel, Bridgeville, Greenwood, Blades Participating; Red Cross Total $5,370, Near Goal Special to the Journal-Every Evening SEAFORD, March 25. A credit bureau for the use of merchants In Seaford, Bridgeville, Greenwood, Blsdes, and Laurel is being organized under the sponsorship of the Seaford Business Men's Association, according to William J. Elzey, who will act as supervisor. The bureau will serve as a clearing house for information on credit ratings' of all persons in the area, and the association will have connections children. Mrs.
Charles G. srooK, jr Del. March V-9 ELKTON, March 25. The Baltimore: Mrs. Russell B.
Clark, SMYRNA, March 25. The cast for the junior class Delmar Lions crao eleventh charter and annual ladies Keysville, Mrs. Marvin C. Jenkins. Salisbury, and Lt.
L. W. vacancy on the Board of Education for Cecil County, which resulted Parker. Keesler Field. Miss.
His play, "A Little Honey," has been chosen by the students and their ight at its dinner meeting last nign from the resignation of Harold brothers and sisters are Mrs. E. at Nichols. Thomas wejson. in Cheyney, of Cecilton, has not yet Shockley.
Pittsville: the Misses Nan dent, ereeted tne more been filled. Members and guests. District uoy- nie, Lillian, and Louise Farmer, an of Salisbury; Morris S. Parker, advisers, and is now rehearsing for presentation Friday night, April 1, in the auditorium of the John Bassett Moore High School. The appointment will be made by ernor cnaries k.
ow" Philadelphia, and Jesse M. Parker, Gov. William Preston Lane. It is Selbyville Lions First ton Installed David coioouxn iMwarrt Hearn as new members. Salisbury.
It includes Josephine Budd, understood that there are several President Seeks Post They were presented pins by their sponsor, James Brlttingham. applicants for the appointment. Board Member David Jacobs, Evelyn Eckeard, Ruth Johnson, Marian Harris, Robert Bamberger, Preston Burris, Muriel Beltz, Joanne Deakyne, The subject of the third annual The following memoes 7Z ed to represent the club at the international meeting to be held i to New York in July: Earl Banks, Athenian-Spartan Debate held in the chapel of West Nottingham Ethel Lane, Betty Lou Carrow, and Files for PoU with other credit rating agencies' when information on persons from Other areas is desired. World Federalist to Speak Robert Lee Humber, author of the resolution in the Delaware General Assembly, known as House Joint Resolution No. 4 and Senate Joint Resolution No.
6, will be the guest of the Nanticoke Chapter United World Federalists in an address to be given in Mount Olivet Methodist Church Tuesday evening. Mr. umber has assisted in presenting similar resolutions in several state legislatures and also has workeds with the delegates to the Ralph Peters. They are under the direction of Miss Ruth Webb, of Presbyteiian Church, was: Resolved, That the United Nations Now Be the faculty. Mrs.
Francis O'Neill, is general Revised Into a World Federation." Charles Jump, Unopposed, The judges decided- unanimously in chairman for the production, and Mrs. Evelyn Mendenhall is in At Centreville; Voters favor of the affirmative side. charge of the students on the prop The board of judges comprised erty committee and Miss Marian To Vie on Time Issue Marion L. Hastings, ana wnuam Adkins. Alternates are Norman LeCates, Calvin O'Neal, and, Russell Truitt.
Woman Is Speaker Guest speaker last night was Dr. Idabelle Thomas, instructor in history at the State Teachers College, Salisbury, who talked -on "A Song, America, the Beautiful," This evening and again tomorrow evening, in the auditorium of the Delaware school, the Lions wul sponsor a performance by Jimmy Kirk Brown, Elk ton; George Gif Burkert of those staging the play. ford, piincipal of Calvert High The' First Presbyterian Church School, and the Rev. Ross Winner, Special to the Journal-Etiery Evening Mr. and Mrs.
Walter U. Artis and Mrs and Si. Peter's Episcopal Church are pastor of Hopewell Methodist taking part in the nationwide sacri CENTREVILLE, March 25. Church. ficial gift for world relief to be ob Mrs.
Isaac W. Strahorn of Elkton Charles Jump. Centreville town served by Christians voer the entire nation on Sunday morning. The Rev. Donald J.
Parsons, rector, is commissioner, this week filed for re has been elected as secretary of status of women, by the Woman's This well-known couple, married in Wilmington March 27, 1899, will celebrate their golden wedding anniversary Sunday at their home near Dover. Mrs. Artis, the former Stella Powell, is the daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. William R.
Powell of Hartly. Mr. Artis, a farmer all of his life, is widely known among fox hunters. They have two children, Mrs. William L.
Lloyd, and Walter Artis, both of Dover. Snow and his company oi oauwu election in the town's annual elec Society of Christian Service of the in an evening of magic. directing the offering at the Epis San Francisco Conference or the United Nations. He is a World War I veteran and has studied at Harvard, Oxford and Paris. Red Cross Fund Nears Goal Mrs.
William J. Messick, chairman of the recent Reel Cross fund drive for the Greenwood, Bridgeville, Seaford, Blades area, has announced that the total now is Although the quota of $6,000 was not reached the amount is considered satisfactory. The nylon plant employes here contributed Bridgeville tion to be held Monday, April 4, it Wilmington District of. the Penin Pastor Asked to J. C.
Dickerson, superintendent copal Church, and the Rev. Walter G. Hards, pastor, at the Presbyterian sula Methodist Conference. Mrs. was reported today by Robert T.
Newell, town clerk. Strahorn is a past president of the cnurch. of the Salisbury District oi Methodist Church, presided at the- Newell reported that Jump, wno Through the Crusade for Christ, has no opponent, filed just before inaugurated in all Methodist Federalsburg C. of C. Head Elkton branch of the society, Veteran Navy Flier fourth quarterly meeting at First Church, last night when the Rev.
churches in the. country, similar aid the deadline and will be unopposed on the ballot for a three-year term. W. Townsend was unanunousiy The election will be held in the Recovering From Fal Wants Flood Control Parley reported $835; and the balance is being given toward relief of the world's needy, and Asbury Methodist Church is taking part in that crusade under the leadership of the pastor, office of the register of wills in the asked to return for his sixth successive year with a $200 increase in salary. REHOBOTH BEACH, March 25 (Special).
After nearly five Court House from 9 a. m. to 6 p. m. and all town taxpayers are eligible tne Rev.
Walter L. Beckwith. A meeting of the Young Adult Fel at weeks in the- Beebe Hospital Marvin Smith Says Maryland, Delaware Delegations In to vote. This includes a number of Lewes, Lt. Comdr.
Leon L. Thomp Committee reports snowea improvement fund to be well on it way to its $4,000 goal. In the absence of William S. Melson, Arthur residents who live in Centreville retired Navy flier, was able to Heights, a recently-annexed section came frcm the Greenwood, Seaford, Blades area. VFW Aide Installs Six new members were installed at this week's meeting of the Ladies' Auxiliary of the Virgil Wilson Post, VFW.
Mrs. Nettie Ziegler presided. New members were Mrs. Betty John-eon, Mrs. Daisy Sakemiller, Mrs.
Arintha Morris, Mrs. Ruth Jackson, lowship of Asbury Church will be hold tonight, starting with a covered-dish supper at 6:30 o'clock, return to his home here Wednes of town. Ellis acted as secretary. day to recuperate from an injury with Mrs. Arthur Short as hostess, As there will be only one candidate for the seat of the town board, the Raymond G.
Bunting to his spine sustained in a fall on Feb. 19. SELBYVILLE, March 25 This will be followed by a program, featuring the showing of a film, arranged by the president, Miss" Ruth main issue is expected to be fought over Daylight Saving Time which commander Thompson, now Congress Should Confer; Marshy Hope Deluge Is Recalled; Roadside Trash Dumping Scored Special to the Journal-Every Evening FEDERALSBURG, March 25. Marvin Smith, president of the Federalsburg Chamber of Commerce, at its meeting Tuesday night when several important business matters were discussed, said he believes it would be advisable to arrange a meeting between Maryland and Delaware congressional representatives to make plans for flood control in various (Special). The Selbyville Lions Club is sponsoring the candidacy Mrs.
Merle Nelson, chairman or the cancer campaign in the Dela" ware side of Delmar, will be assisted by the following solicitors; Mrs. George Truitt and Mrs. Nellie Moore, State Street; Mrs. Harrison Jones and Mrs. Robert Lockerman, Grove Street.
Mrs. Jessie Morgan and Mrs. Myrtle Pennsylvania local freight agent wil be put up to the voters at that Eiien Reihm. fell while unloading a freight car, time. an ironical incident in view of the There will be a place on the ballot of Raymond G.
Bunting, nursery man, for the office of district gov ernor of District 22-D. fact he had a flying career of 27 to mark for or against Daylight Clifton E. Morris, Bank Official, Resigns Post years without an accident. Time. Mr.
Bunting is a charter member and was the first president of the The former "flying magistrate" Queen Anne's County has been a of is areas where it is needed. LEWES, March 25 (Spe Rehoboth is still bedridden, but "split" county in recent years with semyviue ciud. tie nas served as zone chairman and deputy district allowed to take a few steps each While no mention was made of it Centreville and most of the towns on standard time, while Sudlersville day. Aside from his Navy career he governor. ati the meeting, it was announced cial).
Clifton E. Morris, executive vice-president and cashier of the Sussex Trust Company here, for the past five years, has resigned to take a position with the Corn Exchange has been an employe of the Penn moves its clocks. In announcing its sponsorship the Lions Club pointed out that Dove. The auxiliary will hold a covered dish supper meeting in May with Mrs. Virginia Arnett in charge of arrangements.
The ladies auxiliary of the Sea-lord Volunteer Fire Department will meet Monday night in the fire houss when the annual installation of officers will take place. Little Marcia Wilkinson, young daughter of Mr Mrs. William F. Wilkinson of Seaford, will be guest soloist at a meeting of the Laurel Parent-Teacher Association Tuesday evening. Two Births Mr.
and Mrs. Robert Bryan announce the birth of a daughter in Delaware HosjJital Wilmington. Mr. and Mrs. David Passwaters are the sylvania Railroad for 35 years.
He served in the Air Corps in both World Wars and now is 50 years old. Mr. Bunting has devoted much of in Washington this week that the House appropriation committee had allotted a flood control item for Maryland, but no mention was made Ocean View Bank Philadelphia. his time and energy to the further Dr. Ulysses W.
Hocker, chairman OCEAN VIEW, March 25 ance of Lionism in Delaware, since of the board of the Sussex Trust Salisbury Chamber 1945. that any of it would go to the East (Special). "Family Day" will be ob Company, says Mr. Morris' resigna ern Shore. 12 Pay Oyster Dredging Fines 11 From Somerset, One Of Dorchester Plead; Levies Range From $50 to $100 Special to the Journal-Every Evening ANNAPOLIS, March 25.
Twelve Eastern Shore oystermen, 11 tion is effective May 1 and he may served in the Ocean View Methodist Church Tuesday. The sermon will One of the most serious floods in Installs 7 Directors SALISBURY, March 25 leave between that date and May Senator Tydings to Talk At Hospital Benefit Fete SALISBURY, March 25 (Special). U. S. Senator Millard E.
Tydings will speak here April 12 in the interest of Peninsula General Hospital's $350,000 expansion program. The state's senior senator will be the guest of honor at a banquet at the Salisbury armory. Plans for the affair were announced by Ernest O. Wheatley, chairman of the hospital's board of directors. Mr.
Wheatley said the expansion program will be outlined at the banquet. The building fund campaign, however, wiU not be launched, at that time. of all Eastern Shore communities served by the hospital will attend. $100 Blaze Gives Scare To Harrington Firemen 10. No successor has been named.
be preached by the pastor, the Rev. Thomas C. Jones. (Special). Seven new directors of Mr.
Morris came to Lewes in 1944, the state occurred several years ago at Federalsburg when the Marshy Hope Creek rose to such a height that some residents in the lower area of the town had to escape by The Loyal Workers' Bible Class HARRINGTON, March 25 the Salisbury Chamber of Commerce have been Installed. of the same church held its an shortly after the death of Thoma R. Ingram, president and co-found er of the bank that also has insti nual banquet at the Avenue Restau They are George P. Chandler, parents of a son born this week in (Special). Fire of undetermined origin gave this city a scare about 11 o'clock yesterday morning, when a small shack directly behind the tutions in Milton and Laurel.
Mr Milford Memorial Hospital. rant, Rehoboth Beach, Tuesday eve ning. boats. Work Begun On Parking Lot Mayor Clinton S. Poole, an Morris first was appointed cashier Ernest C.
Clark, Alton E. Hughes, Delbert Davis, Lee Johnson, W. Ryder Jones, and William F. The Rev. Dr.
T. C. Mulligan, Do of the bank at Lewes, and a little business block at the southeast The staff of the Grand Lodge of Masons of Delaware was given a of them from pleaded more than a year ago was designat nounced that work has been started on the present parking lot to double the parking capacity and plans in ed executive vice-president. After The new directors along with 14 banquet by Doric Lodge of Ocean View on Monday evening in guilty to illegal dredging here yes terday. Magistrate Samuel J.
Mac coming to LeWes he bought the holdover members will meet early corner of Clark and Commerce Streets, belonging to the Reese estate, used for storage space, was wrecked by flames. According to the Reese family they try to keep the building clude additional flood lights. Thomas Morris home in DeVries ver District Superintendent of the Peninsula Conference, will deliver the sermon at the Sunday morning services in St. John's Methodist Church. He will be present at the quarterly conference of Gethsemane Methodist Church on Sunday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock.
the Methodist Church. in April to elect officers. uluso imposed fines ranging from Circle where he has been living with $50 to $150. his wife and three small children, County Commissioner J. Jerome Brown told the action of his board earlier in the afternoon of a daughter and two sons.
locked but it is frequently entered The were represented by Senator (IT approving the plan for presenting Louis Goldstein, Calvert County. In an impassioned plea before the mag a bin to tne state legislature for a $750,000 bond issue for schools. The bill asks for a special election for by trespassers. Much of the storage space is given to waste paper. In less than five minutes after the alarm was sounded some 50 fire istrate he asked that they' be dealt POOLE'S, 904 0RM1GE ST.
suaER 0 with as lightly as possible. allowing a referendum. "They've had a poor season oyster I men had two pumpers and, tame ing," Senator Goldstein declared. The chamber has been informed by Rep. Edward T.
Miller that he has introduced a bill to authorize the federal government to purchase wagon at the blaze. Fire Chief Shockley, who is caretaker at the school, said before he coud get to the fire his men had streams of water going. The building is separated from a building lot for a post office in and WStinghouse ttasit! Federalsburg. D. Willard Sparklin brought to Mrs.
Ida B. Brown Dies Near White's Chapel HARRINGTON, March 25 (Special). Mrs. Ida Baker Brown, 76, died at her home near White's Church Wednesday morning after an illness of several weeks. She was the daughter of Shradack and Martha Haymon Baker of near Burrsville, Md.
She had lived in this community for more than 50 years. Her husband, Willard Brown, died about six years ago. Funeral services will be held from the Boyer Funeral Home in this city tomorrow afternoon at 2 o'clock In charge of the Rev. Grier Baker, pastor of Pilgrim Holiness Church of this city. Interment will be in Hollywood Cemetery.
the store 'building by a small back the attention of the group the unsightly appearance caused by the Havre de Grace VFW Elects Officer Slate ELKTON, March 25 (Special). The Weedon -Elliott Post, Veterans of Foreign Wars of Havre de Grace, fras elected the following officers to serve for the ensuing year: Robert L. Johnson, commander; Perry Hargis, senior vice commander; Jesse Bennington, junioJvice commander; James Harkness, quartermaster; Charles W. Cole, chaplain; Dr. Daniel W.
Doice, surgeon; Harry E. Dyer, advocate; Robert L. Johnson, trustee for three years. The post is contemplating purchase of a two-story building, on the Aberdeen Road for a new home. A meeting was held in the proposed new home this week.
The post reports that its membership has reached the 100 mark, with prospects for double that number in the near future. yard and the stores of Mrs. Frank Langrell Harvey Camper, package liquor store of Harry Greenberg, dumping of trash and rubbish along the highways. The secretary was instructed to write the State Roads He was accompanied by Senator Phoebus of Somerset County. In addition to heavier fines, the court could have confiscated their equipment.
They were arrested on February 24 on the lower bay by state conservation officers. They were dredging with power equipment. The defendants and fines: Eldon Willing, Edgie Shores, Ira Webster, Rupert Webster, all $75; Filmore Brimer, Daniel Dize, Daniel Jones, Robert J. Shres, all $50; Millard E. Price, John Curtis, Charles Swift and Earl M.
Pritchett, all $150. Pritchett is from Dorchester County. The others are from Somerset County. barber shops of Eugene Anderson Commission regarding the matter Would Clean Up Waterfront Some discussion followed on and Benjamin Knox and store of Benny Brownstein, were endangered. The buildig is estimated to be valued at about $100.
project to clean up the approaches made possible by New Exclusive Automatic to Marshy Hope Creek in the town It was brought out that some arrangement should be made whereby She is survived by one son, Amos Salisbury City Council the vacant ground adjacent to the Brown, with whom she resided, and two daughters; Mrs. Levin Brown, Felton; Mrs. Stanley Wyatt of Har Sets Up Hygiene Group river could be used as a parking area. rington; also two sisters, Mrs. Emma The Pennsylvania Railroad Com SALISBURY, Marctt 25 (Special).
City Council has enacted an ordinance establishing a housing hygiene committee with pany has recently discontinued rail Hume and Mrs. Mame Trickey both of Philadelphia, and five Sgt. H. B. Wooleyhan Favorable Report Made On Ocean Trawler Bill ANNAPOLIS, March 25 (Special).
A bill restricting trawler operations off Maryland's ocean coast came out of the House Chesapeake Bay and tributaries committee Reburial Rites Sunday CENTREVILLE, March 25 (Special). Military funeral services Miss Mary Nelson way express to Federalsburg and it is understod that bids are to be left next month for truck mail service from the main line of the railroad. It was decided to work with the Chamber of Commerce of Cambridge and Hurlock to try to have rules for it to enforce. Committee members named in the act axe the plumbing inspector, the county health officer, the building inspector, the fire marshal, and the police chief. All will work at the enforcement of the measure.
SNOW HILL, March 25 for Staff Sgt. H. Burton Wooleyhan, who was killed in action in yesterday with a favorable report. Two amendments were tacked onto the express service reestablished. the measure.
One eliminates man The question of discriminatory Briefly, the committee may order Germany, Feb. 27, 1944, will be held Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock in the Templeville Methodist Church. (Special). Funeral services held today for Miss Mary M. Nelson, 77, a telephone operator here for 31 years.
Miss Nelson died Wednesday in the same house in which she was born. She had retired from the C. P. Telephone Co. about 11 years ago.
Several cousins survive. freight rates for this section also was discussed. datory confiscation of violators' equipment, leaving it to the dis the correction of health hazards within 10 days. If the property owner or tenant fails to comply, the city Reburial services with full mili cretion of the court. The other re Gives you COLDER COLD to freeze foods faster and keep frozen foods safer assures steady, safe cold for CONTROL is all-weather automatic no dials to adjust.
You get Giant Super Freezer that freezes and stores 35 pounds of food and ice big Meat Keeper big Humidrawers and other greal, features in the new Westinghouse De Luxe 9 a full 9 cubic foot refrigerator-freezer that takes no more floor space than former 7 cubic foot models! tary honors will be held in the Sud-lersville Cemetery with the Kent-Queen Anne's Memorial Post No. may order the work done and the owner billed for it. Denton C. of C. to Hear Talk on Shad Hatchery DENTON, March 25 (Spe City Councilmen said no im 192, American Legion, conducting the service.
duces the range of fines from to The bill would prohibit trawler operations inside a three-mile limit along the coast. It was sponsored by Delegate Peter Richardson of Berlin. Commercial fishermen have opposed the measure while sportsmen mediate attempt will be made at rigid enforcement since "hundreds of homes may be in minor violation." Besides his father, C. E. Wooley cial).
Dr. R. V. Truitt of Solomon's han of Templeville, he is survived by three brothers, Frank, Wilming City Solicitor Harry H. Cropper ton; Julian, Buffalo, N.
and Indian River Legion Entertains at Banquet GEORGETOWN, March 25 (Special). Indian River Post Ns. 22, American Legion, of Millsboro recently entertained their wives and sweethearts at banquet in Hickman's. Restaurant, Millsboro. Com called the rules "a goal to shoot at." Memorial Service Date Nathaniel, Templeville: five sisters: and business men at Ocean City have Mrs.
Ethel Weller, Sudlersville; Mrs. Island will be the principal speaker at a meeting of Denton Chamber of Commerce, March 28, at 8 p. at the firehouse. He will discuss the shad hatchery situation, both local and state-wide. Dr.
Truitt is director of the State of Maryland Department of Research and Education. endorsed it. Roy Riddleberger and Mrs. Paul Celesky both of Wilmington; Mrs. Set for Denton Judge DENTON, March 25 (Spe Paul T.
Shelton, Templeville; and 1 XWJSrr llll II I Dm Lm 9 mander Lou Darby of the Milton cial). Memorial services for Chief Mrs. James Carroll, Clifton Heights, Pa. Judge James Owen Knotts, who Legion and members of the MIL ton post were also guests. A program of entertainment con Contract Is Awarded For School Addition SALISBURY, March 25 (Special).
The Wicomico County Board of Education has awarded a contract for construction of an ad died Jan. 27, at his home on the Courthouse Square, will be Rehoboth Juniors 0QQ 95) 543.95 Do OU $12.50 PerMonth sisting of selections by the Harmony ducted in the courthouse here at 3 To Give Play Tonight p. m. on April 4. Judge Floyd J.
Kintner of Elk Masters' quartette, of Salisbury. and tap dances by Charlene Townsend of Frankford were fol dition to the Pittsville school. ton, Judge William R. Horney of The contract was awarded to Hark Ye! Town Meeting Called Frankford Board Head To Repeat 'Olde Tyme' nr lowed by dancing to the music of REHOBOTH REACH, March 25 (Special). The answer to many parental problems are expected to be solved in a playlet given by the Centreville, and members of the Choptank Construction Co.
of Cam- Whitey Bant's orchestra. bar will deliver the eulogies. riage. ine company's iidoi Did was the lowest of five. William Gillespie of Milford was master of ceremonies.
Chairman of Plans call for three new class the dinner committee was Reynolds Junior Class of the Rehoboth High School tonight. The play features eight members of the junior class and one ninth grader, and is di naiiy luiourrow 4, Jackson. Preston West was enter tainment chairman. rooms, a cafeteria, a new chimney, and an enlarged boiler room. Work will be started in time, for completion by next September.
rected by Miss Virginia Ferry and Miss Mary Kern of the faculty. Pocahontas' Daughters Visit Milford Lodge The play, "The Kid," is a three-act comedy of youth dealing with how to handle a "problem child." 1 DeL, March 25 1 1 The cast consists of William Metcalfe, Harriett Lewis, Lorraine Man Cleared of Charge Of Burning Storehouse SALISBURY, March 25 (Special). A Wicomico County Circuit Court jury acquitted Nathanial (Special). Members of Anona Council No. 11, Daughters of Pocahontas, of Georgetown paid a Art Howl Stop bd ss ffcm greet, BcMlUu tedsy-cr visit to Ionie Council No.
13, Mil G. Perry. 21. of nearby Nanticoke. of lord, to attend the annual visitation of the great chiefs, on Monday Bond Issue Sought For Wicomico Schools SALISBURY, Md, March 25 (Special).
State Senator Wallace H. White has introduced a $3,500,000 bond issue the legislature to cover construction of two new high schools here. One will be for white children and the other will be a combination junior-senior high school for colored children. Bicyclist Hurt in Crash LAUREL, DeL, March 25 (Special). Lacerations and bruises were sustained yesterday by William Dickerson, 15, when the bicycle he was riding and an automobile operated by Thomas E.
Whaley, 16, collided on Route 24 one-half mile west of town. Dickerson was treated by a local physician. ''Both are Laurel boys. i charges of burning down a 9i Special. to the Journal-Every Evening FRANKFORD, March 25 Last year Use town board president, Robert Elliott revived the ancient practice of calling an old fashioned town meeting and it proved so popular he decided to repeat the call for tomorrow afternoon at 2 o'clock at the town hall.
The meeting will provide occasion for any citizen to air his or her views on town problems and affairs. Mr. Elliott says the town board wants to know the wishes and desires of the people and that this is one of the best ways he knows of learning what they are. There will be a tentative agenda for control of the discussion, but residents will not be restrained from speaking their minds on other town matters. night.
Quillen, John Clark, Phyllis Dudash, William McQuay, Geraldine Hickman, Thomas Joseph, and Donald Burton. Tri-County Poultry Fete SALISBURY, March 25 (Special). A reception and banquet will be held here April 1 by the Tri-County Poultry Association. Guests speakers will include A written confession by Perry was rejected as evidence by the court on grounds that it had been obtained before the warrent for his arrest had The council will go to Wilmington tonightt taking eight candidates for initiation ceremonies to be held in Hani to Hall, IORM. Candidates to been drawn up.
be initiated are: Mesdames Florence 904 ORANGE STREET PHONE 5-6196 OPEK FRIDAY EVENING UNTIL 9 O'CLOCK Homer Huntington' and Fred Smith, The storehouse was owned by Hillary Wallace, at Nanticoke. Perry was living at the home of Wallace whenthe fire occurred last Nev- Hitcfaens, Margaret Van Auken, Mildred Burton, Catherine Larsen, i Dorothy Veasey, Catherine King, Bettle Betz. Sally ODay. and Miss manager and eastern regional man ager, respectively, of the "National Poultry Egg Board. emoer.
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