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Wilmington, Delaware
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Journai-Every Evening, lliiiington, Delaware, Friday, July 6, 1945 Store Op5ti Tonight Until O'clock Saturday Open AH Day. Pay Patients Aid Hospital 30 Per Cent of Cots At Farnhurst Borne By Self-Supporting Persons Bible School Plans Program Hanover Presbyterian Church Will Be Scene Of Graduation Exercises 'The Green Project' Is Heard on the Air The Green Project, a plan instituted by the Air Transport Command to fly veterans from the European theatre of operations to the State was dramatized over Station WDEL last night by men from the New Castle Army Air Base in their weekly program. During the musical portion of the show. Ford Harrison played the violin. Lanny Scott of New York, a member of Don Redmond's Or Dance Party Tonight At Vocational School A danc for young people will be held tonight at the Brown Vocational School under the sponsorship of Recreation Promotion and Service, Inc. It Is the second of the dance series to be held weekly through Aug. 31. Ruth Lyman is chairman of the committee. Tickets are being handled by Margaret Sutherland, Walter Sharp, Rebecca Doak. Herbert Eis-enman, Marie Delfeno, and Patricia Kirby. Royal Richardson, Jean De-venney. Marjorie Senn, and John B. Woodward are in charge of Vacation Bible School graduation exercises will be held at Hanover Presbyterian Church. Eighteenth Street and Baynard Boulevard tonight at 7:30 Vclock. An exhibition of the children's work will be included in the program. The churches cooperating in the school, which has an enrollment of chestra, and Percy Thornton, who appeared with Andy Kirk and his "Clouds of also played. Acting in the sketch were Sergt. Lew Lowry, Corp. Herb Spivak. Corp. Johnny Marzoco, Sergt. Gene Harker, Corp. Freddie Kern. Sergeant Lowry and Sergt. Leo Brady wrote the script. 115 students, are McCabe Memorial! Plaque to Honor Delaware Nurses Methodist, Peninsula Methodist, Hanover Presbyterian, and the Cathedral Church of St. John. Dorothy A. Spencer, director of Christian education at Hanover, is! dean of the school. The teachers in 251 Serving in Armed Forces to Be Named On Memorial Full Elastic Girdles and Parity Girdles New wisps of garments as firm as your old pre-war girdles yet the elastic "give" that leaves you action-free. Light, cool and smooth underneath it all. Small, medium and large sizes S2.50 Nearly 30 per cent of all expenditures for the last year of the Delaware State Hospital were covered by the hospital's paying patients. Dr. M. A. Tarumianz. superintendent, reported to the board of trustees yesterday at the summer home of Willard Springer. chairman of the board, at Rehoboth. Dr. Tarumianz announced that the hospital had thus maintained its place in the nation as the state hospital having the highest percentage of its operating costs met. by such patients. Receipts for the fiscal year ending June 30, from all sources, were $133,296.47 compared with for the previous fiscal year. Dr. Tarumianz stated in his annual report, which will be printed and released in October. Delaware is one of only three states which in the privately financed Group Hospital Plans include hospitalization for mental illnesses, although it provides only for neuroses, the superintendent said in recommending that the hospital service include mental illness coverage. Patient Changes Totaled There were 106 males and 96 female first admissions to the hospital during the past fiscal year, end 17 male and 20 female re- do i the five departments of the school who have planned the program are: Nursery. Shirley Piquet, Ann Wood, and Mary Helen Piquet; kindergarten. Mrs. Mary S. Schwartz. Mrs. Roy Kinckiner, and Lois Kinckiner; primary. Mrs. F. C. Schmoyer. Mrs. Ralph F. Warner, Mrs. Jessie Tyson, and Mrs. Warren BaTrd; Juniors, Mrs. H. D. McMaster. Ruth Sunderland. Mrs. Francis Hatch, and Mary E. Sineock: Mrs. Elizabeth M. Thompson, Mrs. I L. P. French, Joy Drew, and Jayj contains LANOLIN SULPHUR for admissions during the period, a total of 248 admissions and admission, compared with 249 orimth. Other members of the staff are: Registrar, Margaret Overdeer; assistant registrar. Mrs. Margaret F. Robinson: recreation leader, Mrs. Mildred Glenn: pianist. Mrs. Carle-ton Boston. Alice L. Reybold is in charge of the office. The ministers in charge are: The Rev. John Her-rick Darling, and the Rev. Otis P. Jefferson. Members of the school held a picnic last Friday. Yesterday a sound movie. "Who Is My Neighbor?" was shown. The Delaware Chapter of the American Red Cross plans to set up a permanent memorial to the 251 Delaware nurses In the armed forces. A plaque bearing the names of the nurses will be set up this fall at headquarters, 911 Delaware Avenue, and will be unveiled in a public ceremony at which their parents wiil be honor guests. Decision for the permanent memorial first in the country dedicated to the nurses of a state was made by the recruitment program committee of the Delaware Chapter, headed by Mrs. John W. Allen, chairman of nurse recruitment. She is assisted by Miss Alice Speer, co-chairman of nurse recruitment Mrs. Edith R. Kendall, director of nursing services; and James AriefT. in charge of construction and erection of the plaque. Other members of the memorial committee include Miss Lucille E. Dugan. Mrs. Anna Van W. Castle, Mrs. Hazel Kitchens, Mrs. W. H. Cook, Mary Klaes, Samuel P. Ma-roney, and Robert Frederick. The plaque will bear a gold star beside the name of Lieut. Rachel H. Sheridan. She was killed in Africa in December, 1943. the only Delaware nurse to be killed to date with the armed forces. Tht fvouic)oT, no shorn poo immexa'efy 9Mt to wHr. yow scalp wKr mot hmr troubles bgm. 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Somervell, Army Sup-j ply Services chief, says, "There is absolutely no exaggeration in the; statement that waste paper may be as deciding an influence in the war's outcome as the mobilizing of the pleasure craft fleet that saved the British army at Dunkerque." Store Open AH Day Saturday, July 7th the previous fiscal year. Deaths for the year totaled 81. of Which 38 were males and 43 females. Dr. Tarumianz reported, a drop of 27 below the 108 deaths in the previous fiscal year. There were 119 patients discharged of whom 77 were males and 42, females, compared with 138 discharges in the previous fiscal year, he said. The hospital's observation clinic had 44 admissions, of which 20 were males and 24 females, and 19 male End 13 female re-admissions, a total tf 66 admissions and re-admissions, compared with 64 in the previous fiscal year. In the mental hygiene clinic. Dr. tarumianz stated, there were 643 new cases treated, of which 389 were males and 2o4 females, compared with 772 cases in the previous fiscal fear. Better Boiler Wanted Recommendations fcr improvements to the boiler plant were made by Dr. Tarumianz. His other recom. mendations were incorporated in an Extensive post-war planning program made public some time ago. The Legislature's $10,000 appropriation for setting up a traveling convalescent clinic, makes it difficult to organize a staff for this job. Dr. Tarumianz told the board. He said, however, that he is going ahead with the organization, doing the best he can under the financial limitations. The trustees awarded contracts for six-month supplies of bread and bulk to the William Freihofer Baking and the Clover Dairy. War Dads to Greet National Secretary Arch Stafford of Kansas City, i national secretary of the American War Dads, will speak on Friday night, July 20, at Pythian Castle, All fathers of sons and daughters in the nation's service are invited to attend the meeting which is sponsored by Caesar Rodney Chap- ter. No. 1, American War Dads. W. White Rayon Play Suits W. Webb, president of the local chapter, will preside. The executive committee has pur- chased for the chapter additional war bonds of the 7th War Loan. ALL Waffl wr rayon. A backl tyl with button front ikirt sketch. In whit only, fixei 10 to 16. 316.93 si Kennard'l Sports Shop, Second Floor 3 WATS TQ BIT 1. CASH 2. CHARGE TERMS jj GET QUICK RELIEF FROM When you tkinkof Nothing WITH PERFECTION think of J-D Jewelers When nothing short of perfection will do come for your diamond to the jeweler with whom perfection is a tradition. Registration Date Set Back for Slaughterers The deadline for farmers who Intend to slaughter meat to register with their local war price and rationing boards has been changed from July 1 to Oct. 14, Charles V. Hardesty, Delaware district OPA director, announced today. An amendment to Control Order 1, which provides for registra-lon of slaughterers with the OPA, fcrovides that all resident owners or Operators of farms who wish to operate as Class 3 slaughterers must register with their ration board not ater than Oct. 14 and obtain a Class 3 slaughter license. The change of the deadline date from July 1 to Oct. 14 was made because farmers do not slaughter through the summer months and the change will provide ample time to register before the farm slaughtering season begins. Like White! A standard treatment at Atlantic City, Miami Beach! Cool, soothing, greaseless; doesn't stain. 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