THE NEWPORT, MERCURY ASD WEEKLY NEWS , FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 194f PAGE THREI EX-CARPENTER, DIES jtive of Ireland Who Lived 1 fere 40 Years-.-Was Employed at Fort Adams Pofrert J. Love, 61, a retired i-ter, died Saturday at his / 43 Harrison avenue, after a ^ 'illness. Born in Ireland, he "ii lived In this city for the last rears. He had been employed k r t Adams for several years. 'if; leaves his wife, Mrs. Cathc-r- Q.jthberlson Love, a daughter, ' Elizabeth Love, both of this Â·r and two sisters, Mrs. Martha Â·vkman, of Boston, and Mrs. i-nas Evans of Arlington j.bts, Mass; ;.services for Robert J. Love of . ujrrison avenue were con- Ucd at the Memorial Funeral '^t Tuesday. p " "-Â· GKOHGE RODERICK DIES' George Roderick,'81, for many years an 'employe of the Newport Gas Light Company prior to his retirement, died in Providence Tuesday after a long illness. His home was at 86 Pope street. He was 'a member of the Holy Name Society of St. Mary's Church. He loaves two nieces, 'Mrs. Margaret Scollens arid Miss Mary Roderick of this city, and two nephews, Philip and William Roderick of Fall River, The nev. i F. Cost, pastor of the t Presbyterian Cnur'cn, 'of- jttd. Burial was In the family. j jn the Brarhen cemetery. The st is were George Bye, Ed,i Kesson Hufus Willis, George rican, Clayton Tollbert and Campbell. FLEISCIIEK DEAD lamin Fleischer, 67, of New father ot Nathan Fleischer Sis city, died last Saturday at jKxne after an illness of about eor.th, It was learned Tuesday, -eral services took place. Sun" with Interment on Long Lid jlr. Fleischer, a retired artist, '* been a summer resident of j cily for several years.. He es his wile, Mrs. Gussle sther, two sons, Nathan and ; Fleischer, and two daugh- Beatrice and Minna, of New J. EDWIN BROUGHTON DIES (^ALEXANDRIA Former Employe of Torpedo Station Here Was Native of Fall River WORLD W A R T CHAPLAIN I DIES HERE, WAS 71; T h e ' Rev. J. T. Banahan' Served 46 Years in Various Catholic Parishes in Ohio In Social Circles James Edwin Broughton, 56, formerly employed for eight years at the JJaval Torpedo Station here and for the last 10 years an Inspector at the Â· Alexandria, Va.; Torpedo Station, died thero Monday. He was a native of Fall Hlver, son of Mrs. Ada Marsden Broughton and the late Thomas Broughton. Surviving arc his wife, Mrs. Cora Broughton; two stepsons. Lieutenant Robert Â· Thompson, U. S. N., and Clarence Thompson of Los Angeles, Cal., and four brothers and a sister, all of Kail River. He belonged to several fraternal organizations, mostly Masonic. Â· Â· , The Rev. James Thomas Banahan, 71, World War 1 chaplain with service in France, died last Friday at the Naval Hospital after a short Illness. Ordained December 21, 1801, he was assigned to the Columbus, Ohio, Roman Catholic ioccse, where" lie served nearly 6 years in various parishes be- ore his war service. Forced by III health to go arther west, ' Father Banahan went, to Laredo, Tex., where he pent eight years as a chaplain of a Catholic school. In 1940 he came o Rhode Island on a leave of ab- lence and lived with his sister, ilrs. Helen Plante of Greenville. :n 1915 he returned to Ohio, out, slill in 111 health, he. came back to Rhode Island this fall, remaining vith his sister until shortly before ils death. SALLY MATOKS FUNERAL 13AAO SPILLS!AN KITES Ifcr.eral services for. Isaac M. Ionian of .Weyerhaeuser road. J-'ismouth, were conducted in i Central Baptist Church, Tiver- ji last Friday by t h e ' Rev. Kkrick Gardner, the , pastor, trial was in Pocnssett Hill cem- Ijry in that town where Eureka Wje of Masons o f . Portsmouth d its ritual. JOSEPH BEGAN KITES Iftjr.eral services.for John Jo- lib Regan, husband of Mrs. I., Boyle Regan, were held Sat- |iTy from the O'Neill Funeral |;it to St. Joseph's Church. A fa of requiem was said by the IT. Peter Young who rtad the l~r.ittal service, in St. Colunf- |'i cemetery The bearers were ge Behan, Edward Texeira, rge Halpin, William B. O'Han- Funeral services for Sally Ann Matoes, 13-year-old daughter of Mi. and Mrs. Frank S. Matoes of Howlanu avenue, Jamestown, were. field Monday from her 1 home. A stlemn high mass was celebrated in St. Mark's church by the pastor, the Rev. Thomas J. Creel ey, with the Rev. John W. Murphy, chaplain' at the Cenacle, Newport, as deacon and the Rev. John Furrell as sub deacon. Members of the eighth grade in the Thomas H. Clarke School and tlic Gir; Scouts, of which the deceased was a member formed a guard of honor fiom her home to the' church. Bearers were classmates, William P!va, Joseph Piva Joseph Texlern, David Duffy Joseph Andradc, David Piper am John Furtailo. Burial was in Â· St. Columba's cemetery, Middletown. Father Grcclcy read, the committal pray crs. DORSKV STILLMAN DIES DONALD LAWS RITES Private funeral 'services were held Tuesday for Donald Joseph-Laws, 24, son of Mrs. Mar- ;aret A. Laws of Renfrew Park. Middletown, and the late Captain C. C. Laws, who died Saturday in Providence after an illness of many years. The Rev. James A Bartlcy, pastor of- St. Mary's Church, officiated at the mass 01 requiem in that church. ' In addition to his mother, Mr. Laws leaves six brothers, Caraoi! Milton,-"Forest, Roger, Sheldon and Edward JOHN M. GARCIA KITES Royal Phelps Carroll Home Sold ; To Commander,' . Mrs. James 0. Shaw rs^. Royal Phelps Carroll's norne on Clay sjreet has been sold to Commander James C. Shaw, U. S. N., ar.d Mrs. Shaw, wlÂ»9 will occupy It" In the spring after renovations. The -sale was made by-Francis X. Flannery of ; the Herbert L. Dyer Agency.-'- The Bank of New York, trustee, represented the owner, and Judge John C, Burke, the purchasers. .The Carroll tamlly has b'een members of the' summer 'colony here for the last 60 years. The late Royal Phclns Carroll was a descendant of Charles Carroll of Carrollton, Md.,'signer of the Declar- ation'of Independence. Â· Â·' Commander 'Shaw, now at the General Line'School, In r the near future will .be attached i to-, the Naval War College. There-he will take part in writing the history of the American 'navy's, participation in the recent v.ar. Professor Samuel Eliot Morrison of Harvard University has charge of the history project. Commander Shaw'a assignment m.1y entail approximately four years. Â» * * * * * Â· Â« Lieut. Commander' Robert A. J. Edgar Monroes, New Own; ers of "R6'sÂ«cliff,".Here FrVm New Orleans, La, Mr. and Mrs. J. Edgar Monroe of New Orleans, La., new owners of i'Kcjjeclltf," and "By-the-Sea," former" Hermann Oelrlchs and August Belmont estates respectively, have arrlred at the Hotel Viking for thtir first visit since asquirlng those Bellevue Avenue properties.from Mrs. Ray Alan Van Cllef pf Charlottesville, Va. Mr. and Mn t Monroe plan to occupy "Rosecllff,'' next season. In the meantlmej they have become Interested In furnishing the residence, and 'Dlanned to attend auctions wiille here. . Â· Â· Â· * * * * * * * * Mrs. Jolin P. Upham of New York Is at the Muenchlnger King, where Mr. and. Mrs. Edward J. Eyre; have ended . a stay. Alterations are proceeding at the former Henry Plerrepont Perry residence on Rhode Island avenue, which Mr. and Mrs. Eyre purchased and where they will shortly make their all year home. LIQUOR LICENSES AIRED AT ALDERMANIC SESSION Bridge Street Application Draws Protests '' Apparent Attempt to Increase Class B-V KM Falls; Un- licensed Business Charged . LATE REALTOR Mrs. * * * * * * * Â» Avery Claflln turned to New York has tt- after week's stay at the LaForge during which she r-ornpleted arrangements to sell '-be Clay Street cum- mer estate of her mother, Mrs. Royal Phelps Carroll, to Commander James C. Shaw, U. S. N. . * * . Â« * * * Â« Â» Captain Dean Causey, U. S. N., rak- Â° n Glbbs th Â« Services for John M. Garcia of 46 Golden Hill street sverc held last Friday from the O'Neill Funeral Home. A Mass of requiem was said in Jesus Saviour Church, by the Rev. Francisco J. Gomes. The committal was In St. Columba's cemetery. The bearcrp were Joseph Benevidcs, John Rittcr, Anton R. Santos, Henry N. Adams, Earl K. Lowdcn and John Palva. Thompson, U. S. N., ^and Mrs. Thompson announce the birth of a son, Robert Vose, November 12 at the Naval Meflical Center, Bethes da, Md. Mrs. Thompson is the former Miss Janet Vose, daughter of S^. M J'lSTM^ Vost I - possession of the Betton cottage Admiral Vase, prior to his retire-' "" ""*'' Â· v '"'"Â° TM"" "Â·""Â· "" ment Novembei 1, was Commanding officer of ihe Naval Ordnance Plant, Alexandria, Va. He was formerly on duty at the Naval Torpedo Station here. * * * * * * * * Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Gouverneur Morris "Malboni Yor.li MANUEL rF.rmo RITES Services for Manuel Pedro of 160 ] are ending their season at ne," and leaving for New summer at "Four, Acres," Mrs. Iselln Gilbert's Ochre Point estate. * * * * * * * * * Mrs. Ralph Wilcox Taylor has been 'notified of the death of her sister, Mrs. Guy Vasser Budlong of Los Angeles, Cal. Mr. and Mrs. Budlong were guests of Mr. and Mrs."Taylor at "Sunnylea"' last fall. * * * * * * * * In addition to the regular shoot * " * Â» * Â» * * * Mr. and Mrs. Bcvcrley Bogert, who have been In New York the past week, are 1 returning to pass Thanksgiving with their son, Beverley A Bogert, at thn Taylor cottage on Annan dale roao. Â· * * * Â· * * * * Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin F. Fitch are at, the Muenchlnger King from New. York to inspect renovations at "Ocean Lawn," which they purchased recently and will occupy next season. . - - 1 Wljllam F. Â« Â¥ Â« * Â» Â« 'Whilehouse, Nor- c , ub spel ;| a i IT, Ray Hussey frrira. and Domenic I MRS. L. T. 5IALOXE DIES |MU. Charlotte F. Malone, wife Captain Louis T. Malone, S. N., died suddenly Tuesday at ir home, 116 Niagara street, The tchorage,"! ''Middletown,: -after Â·String a heart attack. In 'addi- Jnto her husband, she leaves two en, ,Miss Molly Malone, n Jjdent at the Georgetown Visita. Va Convent, Washington, D. C., Id John Patrick Malone, a stu- 1:1 at Si. Joseph's School here. Dorscy J. Still man, 74, of 80 Daniel, avenue. Providence, a native of Newport died at the Rhode Island Hospital Saturday. He was born July 23, 1873, serf of the late Asa S. and Isabella A. (Whittcn) Stillman, and had lived in Olneyville for the last 50 years.' . . ' . He leaves thtee sons, Lloyd W. of Greenville, Charles E. . of Foster, and Dorsey E. of Philadelphia; three daughters, ".Mrs,. Edna Smith of West Greenwich, Mrs. Mildred -Sldclingen of Norv/ood. and Mrs. Ruth Blackmer of Providence; and a brother, Herman D. Stillman of West -Virginia.. Broadway were held Saturday | Sa - r ^ y " t 7e.Brenton 6 P tat Gun from the Faria Funeral Home to _ . . . - " Â· . Jesus Saviour Church, where a mass of requiem. was said by the Rev, Jose Barbosa. BuriaJ was in St. Coluinba's cemetery, with the Rev. Francisco J. Gomes.reading the service. The bearers were John Cardoza, Joseph Goiilart, Jr., Frank ^ractn, Manuel Peters, William G. Reynolds and Luiz Raposo. man Ogden Whitehouse and Shel- PISTON YOUTH HELD- IN FATAL SHOOTING linald MoWeeney Slain pihen Five-Use Each Other As Targets in Game UK. JAMES BRIGHT DEAD Dr. James C. Bright, 74. retired physician of Fall River, husband of Mrs. Mary Tripp Bright, formerly of this city, died last Wednesday in Fall River after an illness of several years. He was an uncle of Mrs. James E, Angel of Longwood place, this city. bird handicap shoot Thanksgiving morning, it Was announced ..Tuesday. The club,'organized last year plans to continue .'its activities as long as the weather, permits, i * * * * * * * Robert It, Young has returned to. New York after a weekend stay -at "Fair"-i-Ime." * * * * * * * * Mr. and Mrs William FitzHugh Whitehouse ' have returned to York. iFive Johr-stcn youths indulged i gan:e of shooting at each tÂ« ''to scare one another" ifsday afternoon. The game re- Ked in the oeath of 16-year-old laid McWeeney-by a shot al- IÂ«d to have been fired by Joseph I DesGranges, 21, a former sail- Â·Antong thV other three youths j a 17-year-old marine home on |Ue young men had four rifles li McWecney ,is said to have Â§-.n the one who suggested shobt- T it tach other DesGranges was 'Ur.j to oni side, xvlthout a apoa, and claimed McWeeney JIRS. JOHN TOOKER DIES Mrs. Â· John 'S. Tooker, 70, mother of Mrs.- Ray Atherton, whose husband Is United States ambassador in Ottawa;. ' was buried In" this city,' following funeral services held. Tuesday in Washington. Her husband formerly lived here, Mrs. Tooker died Saturday, the Associated Press reports, after an Illness of five years. She leaves her husband and another daughter Mrs. Franklin Molt Gunther, of Washington. VETERANS ASSOCIATION ELECTS ITS OFFICERS Â·Stone Villa" 4 * 1'rcm New Â· * Mr. and Mry Vcrner 2. Reed, Jr., vyere luncneon entertainers at "The' Orchard":. Sunday. * * * * * * * * Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin F. Fitch of New York nre at the Muen- chinger King. don Whltehouse, brothers, have left for Florida .for a 10 days' shooting trip at the Sheldon Whitehouse plantation. "^ ' * * Â» * * Â· * Â· Mrs. W. Eugene Parsons, .improved in health, has returned to her apartment at the Viking from the Newport Hospital. * * * * * * * * G. Edward Dodge of Newbury, Mass., Leonard Gordon of Teaneck, N. J., and J. W. Invin of White Plains, N. Y., are the Viking arrivals. Â· * * v* * * * * * Mrs. Ji Laurens yan Alen will have a Thanksgiving luncheon party at "Wakehurst." ..... * * Â« * ^ * Â» * Â» Schiiylcr L. Parsons has returned to "Twin Beeches" from New York. A brief tearing on a Bridge Street liquor application and an apparent move to increase Class B-V license fees, which was unsuccessful In an executive session, marked the hearing on the renewal and new applications of liquor licenses for the next year held by Uie Board.of Aldermen Wednesday. License fees were fixed as at present for all classes of licenses except the B-vIctualling house licenses. All Class A, B-T, C, D, D-F nad E licenses were granted: On Class B-V licenses, Â· a contested hearing .was held on the application of George Franges. of the Yellow Front, 62 Bridge street and it was taken under 'advisement, The application of George Mitchell, Victory Lunch, 114 Thames Street was withdrasvn, and the application 1 ; of John Pnalfe, for a restaurant license | at the Silver King, Thames street, and Mary Ray, Levin street, who has'died since making the application, were held out. All other Class B licenses were assured their licenses, would be granted as soon as the fee is set. After a five-minute recess, Mayor Edward G. Gladding said that In his opinion the present J50Q Class B fee should be raised. The board, however, he said was not unanimous and could not reach an agreement, so the matter was continued until Alderman Edward A. Martin, who was absent, is present On the Franges application, Commodore George E. Bowley, U.'S. N., (ret.), said he was representing the Newport Preservation Society, owner of the premises 52-54 Washington street. He told of the,' society's aims and said It was having a survey made. He felt granting the Jicense would James J., Rooney FOUR MEN ARRAIGNED . ON CRIMINAL CHARGES All Given Deferred Sentences By Court Motion For New Trial In Res- taurant Sale Denied as October Â» Session Ends The long October, session of superior court before Judge Phillip C. Joslin came to an end Friday with the arraignment of four men on criminal charges by Gull- laume' Parent, -assistant attorney general.- ; . ; . . I A U C O I o n n H C V : Thomas Joe Guajardo, U. S. N., J A M t b J, n U U f i t T w a s a r i t g n e d on _ . , . . _ _ . . _ _ . . _ . , _^ breaking and entering F U N E R A L C O N D U C T E D and Company building wharf the night of October 2. He. Members of Oivic, Fraternal, Pleaded nolo. On recommendation Â· of Mr. Parent, and concurred in by his counsel,'a naval legal officer, and John McGrane, public defender, Guajardo'was given a deferred sentence. ' Â· . Matthew P, Vespe, 19, of New York, 1 was charged with carrying tied weapon, an Church' Societies Attend Solemn Mass in St. Joseph's The funeral of James J. Rooney, owner of the real estate firm of DeBlols and EWridge, was held Saturday from his home, 73 Ayrault street, to St. Joseph's Church. The Rev. Edmund Quinn Â¥''?? . p revious ^ which Defendant was C Tan y y mVmbtrs o" the civic, f ra- Â°. ( 'J.TM . tu *Â£ 11 *'**, " f ?L^ e lÂ°" * ternal and church societies' of s ! mllanr ft" 8 *." 1 ^"'?*? f^fl which MrRooney was a member Â«Â£.*"i^foA^ 0 were In attendance. Interment ?,,,,!, ,,,,,,,,,,.,, ,..M,I, was in St. Columba's cemetery where Father Quinn read committal pen-Ice. . Honorary beaiers were Packer Braman, Postmasl Eira'l E. Jr.," A n t h o n y Frain, Daniel Greene and Albert Acorn. was.' .. granted. Defendant was repre-' e . sen ted by Matthew J. Faerber. William V. Sanville, 19, U. S. N., Buttons, Designed By. Member To Be Given Past Commanders at Installation itd several shots at him. He fi borrowed a rifle from one of e other boys to shoot at the ': behir.d which-McWeeney was =f. ' Â· - i youth first-..claimed the to have 'been a muskrat og accident, but Police Chief |_attr B. Colwell, afte^question- obtained the true'story 'and sled the navy veteran. Desi was arraigned in Eighth Â· : '-rict court this morning on a "" of, manslaughter. He LOCAL JSRIEFS --William Erswcll of 2-1 Gould street is a patient at the Naval Hospital., --Fra.icis Schuler, of the De- partment'of the Interior, Washington, has been In'Â· Newport County this week to assist farmers In developing a program of rodent control. --William E. Reese, chief pharmacist's mate, U. S. N., and Mrs. Reese . and their son, Mark, have returned from Honolulu and arc guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Francis Lawless at 65 llahan street. --Changes in the by-laws wcr. discussed at a special meeting of Ixxtge 119, International Association of Machinists, in its quarters nt Green and Thames streets Tuesday evening. Henry Dutra president, conducted :tbe meeting --Miss Joan Marie Murphy examination and over to the grand jury year new Officers for the coming were nominated and three members were inducted at a meeting of the Newport Veterans As-, sociation held In Odd Fellows Temple Tuesday evening 'with Harry Wcrt, commander, presiding. These officers will be elected and 'installed January 28: John Cairns, c o m m a n d e r ; George St, Jean, senior vice' com- mantler; Edward ' r. Fcnerty, adjutant; Edward LImmer, officer of the day; C o r n e l i u s J. Sullivan, chaplain; John Allcr- ton Edcs, trustee; John M. Hopf, historian; Marr'y Wert, auditor. A feature of Â· the installation ceremonies will be the presentation of past commanders buttons to 31 members of the Association. Designed by John M. Hopf, the buttons are of 14 carat gold with a wreath around, the sides, enclosing a minialu're'Old Stone Mill, in the center of which is a small dia ond. A No Â· Year's party, tentatively set for December 31, was ptann-'' and Mr. Cairns was named chairman. A donation of $5 was voted to the Red Cross for the Christmas party for patients at the Naval Hospital. 1 0 . GOEI.ETS SEPARATED Mrs. Mlmi Brown Goclct, '27,, was granted a separation from' 'gden Goelet,. son of Robert Goelct of New York and this cily, Â« Â· Â» Â« , ' y Supreme Court Justice Samuel cent H Â° me : lui Se M. A. Sul- s'ull in New York, the ' As- livan Elected Vice President octaled Press reports. The judge '"" ' _ . -T-.-P,- ,,,,, , rrll - ,,,,,- d a y indicated that the fund to es- 5. 1. STATE COLLEGE A I D E tabllsh a convalescent homc for . . Â·Â· Â· polio victims now totals $15,646.- SPEAKS AT' R O G E R S H I G H Â«Â· A year agn the foundation earmarked 540.000 for establishment of such a homc. A number of propositions for. a home were investigated ' during the year but all failed to meet the foundation's objectives, according to a report of William S. Cher- James Eastwood, director of ad- ry, Jr., chBlrman'of the building missions at Rhoje Island State .committee. He said the commit- College, spoke to all Rogers High. tec will continue its studies. School Juniors. Seniors, and Postl Dr. Edward A. McLaughlin, di- Graduates taking the college rector, of the state health deparl- course at a.sptcial assembly Tues-iment, - was reelected president. Director 'of Warns Students on Taking . Proper Cours.es. . daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Cornelius .. n r p T DflQT F. Murphy of 17 Dudley avenue, ulLtitn I rub I r ?5,000 bail furnished by his ' STEAJmOLLERS LOSE ough still handicapped by rley horse, Donald- Martin ed to score three baskets as Providence Â· Steamrollers JWd an 87-69 B. A, A. decision I"* Kcw York Knickerbockers |a!ay r.ight'at the R. I. Audi- un. Providence trailed only by Point, 61-60, entering the last Â«r b-jt faled before the s-i- |*r drive and shooting ac' I? of the Knlcks. FUND $7,500 m Christian Brothers. Fund ' ""reached approximately * TCU announced Wednesday, |Â«er,t higher total given out f i C S included some gifts added |e through Ward committees ' special gifts committee. Ptat many t,..,^ not . be cn tted by the'- workers, as yet. 1 f. Pbelan Is acting cap- Â« the Fourth Ward group, |; r -8 the illness of George A. | r - Othci Captains include * 1 ' Coltrell.' First Ward; Leo I-Â«r.crlon. Second; and James cr, Third. received her cap and gown at In vestiturc ceremonies held Monday at Good Counsel College, White Plains, N. Y. S^ic is a member of the Freshman class and a graduate of Rogers High School In 1017. --William M. MacLeod, son of William MacLeod of Washington street, is a member of the cast of -Medea," which will be produced at Brown University next week. Ma-Leod Is vice president of the Class of 1918, a member of the Cammarian Club, student government organization, and was president of Alpha Delta Phi fraternity last year. --A training session for new members of the Newport County Council of Girl Scouts, to acquaint recent recruits with tbe specific functions of the various committees, was held Tuesday afternoon at the homc of Mrs. Felix F. Cowey on TuSkerman avenue, Middls- to\yn. Miss Mary Elizabeth Shcehan, executive directors, assisted. .--With four generations of the family in attendance, the infant son of Mr. and Mrs. John Gordon Richardson of 109 Connection street was christened John Gordon, Jr., by the ReV. Francis _ ' '. * . . i . _ _* Â·C'^^f i n. PLAN CHRISTMAS PARTY Festivities For Ch'ildren Set For Anchorage Hall Decem ber 28; Dance to Be'Held A joint meeting of the Christmas party committee and the ways and means committee of Kenneth L. Gilbert Post, Veterans of Foreign Wars, of Middletown was held Tuesday evening to develop details of the festivities planned for children of the post and its auxiliary at The Anchorage recreation cen tcr December 28. Andrew Campbell, ways and means chairman, conducted the meeting at which David Robicham was named general chairman o tbe party and George Chaplin was placed in charge of the refresh menls. Tentatively planned was a dance the date to be selected at the nex meeting of the committee. Milton Pratt was named chairman. INSTITUTE HOLDS PARTY The Tuesday night party at the Seamen's Church Institute wa: held under the sponsorship of tin 'POLIO FOUNDATION F U N D TOTALS -$45,646 Money Sought For Oonvales e licen be against the best interests of the city. Col. Francis M. Crist, 0. S. A. (ret.), owner of S5 Bridge street, protested the license and noted that the application called for 62 Bridge Instead of 64 Bridge, the ground floor. John Perkins Brown, 65 Bridge streeti told of his efforts to build up that district, and that the license would definitely affect the neighborhood. Jeremiah A. Sullivan, former city solicitor, entered his appearance for Fringes and declared be lived within one block, nearer thnh any of the objectors. The applicant, he said, has had a license for several years, without any police record, and was forced to move from his former location by a 115 per cent increase in rent. Sullivan asked why an objection should be made to this place when another unlicensed place, "now running and openly running" for years,.\vhlch during the war "made more money than any licensed place in Newport" is in the neighborhood. ' R. 1. CIVIL SnRVICE TESTS Goolei's counter claim divorce and reserved decision T.,,..,,..*,, Â« M P n _i j * *i. m ( i,t " r t s p ~ . day afternoon. Speaking on what State College j this city, was ni las to offer the boy and'girl of to- dent, and Goyen Judge Mortimer A. Sullivan of day, fr. Eastwood pointed out the necessity of taking the .proper subjects in high school. He also said that because the pressure of veterans seeking admission Is 'ailing off, the college will be able to accept more high school graduates next year. ' . . Miss Margarc* E. Carr, dean of girls, and Nicholas E. Logothcts, dean of boys, introduced any students interested In special conferences to Mr. Eastwood after his lamed vice presl- Â·mor John O. Pastore was added to the bc^rd of trustees.' . Â·' L. _/ _ / The president's annual'' report Hated, 135 cases of polio with four deathy resulting. The report indicated that .more adults were stricken than.in the preceding year, 23 being over 20 years . of age.. . ' The Rhode Island department of civil service announced here examinations for five classes of positions. Applications can be-obtained at the department or at any office of the State Employment Service. They must be returned to the Department cf Civil Sen-ice 245 State Office Building, Providence 2, by November 28. Â· The announced list, together with annual salary ranges, Is retail price reporter, $18M-$22SO chief hearing officer-motor ,vc hides, 53360-540SO; hearing officer motor vehicles, ?2400 $2SSO chief motor vehicle Investigator $3360-4080: Motor vehicle invest Igator, 52400-52880. "Y" HAS FAREWELL PAKTY DUVALLS WED 3D YEARS Mr. and Mrs. Thornton Carroll Duvall celebrated their thirtieth wedding anniversary, Saturday at their borne. 24 Newport avenue, where they were married -November 15, 1917, by th late Rev. Charles F. Beattie, rector of St. John's Episcopal Church. Mrs. Duvall is the fotmer Miss Leonora Wilson of this city. ALARM FOR BRUSH FIRE Firemen answered two still alarms Saturday. At :M P. M., Engine 5 was sent to Tonomy Hill for a brush fire that threatened r.carby property. The second call was at 5:52 P. M., Engine 2 being sent to land of the MacDonald company on West Narragansett avenue. No fire was found, however, nfter a search of the neighborhood. ' NAVAL PLANE CRASH VICTIMS IDENTIFIED Lientenant Commanders Jennings, Lyttle Lost in Accident Off Block Island - Identified by the navy as the victims In the two-plane crash off Block Island Tuesday were Lieutenant Commander MInuard F. Jennings, 32, of Westerly, and Lieutenant Commander Marshall J. Lyttle, 26, of Sagiriaw, Mich., commander and executive officer, respectively, of the flight. The two - single - stater navy planes were. operating out of Charlestown Navy Air Base,. the Associated Press said, when they collldded during ' manoeuvres. Searchers found only scattered wreckagejOf the planes. Neither pilot apparently was able to ball out, the navy said. NAVY EASES ITS TESTS mother. A directive received at the local navy recruiting office lowers physical examination standards for men seeking enlistment or re- cnllstmcnt -Modifications Include temporary suspension of standards relating to dental, vision, color perception and height quircmcnts. Mrs. Emily Kuller, secretary to the program department of the Army and Navy Y. M. C. A:, fo the last year, was tendered i farewell party by the staff las Friday. Mrs. Kuller, who re cclvcd numerous gifts, is Icavin] Sunday for Miami, Fla,., to join her husband. Program activities at the included a co-ed cookie bake. John Domenico, U. S. N., of Wlnthrop Mass., was winner of a quiz be conducted by Miss Dorothy Down Ing, Mrs. Isabelle Nunes wa program aide and Mrs. Catherini McCann was at the information desk. AIRPORT APPROVED Following R meeting of th Commission 0:1 Co-ordination an Execution of Postwar, Program with Aresto DiSaia, state direclo of public works, in Providenc last Friday, approval of the Bloc Island airport as a postwar project was announced. The commit tee voted to so notify Governo John 0. Pas tore. The projec however, can-sot be undertake until given approval by the go\ emor and the legislature and a appropriation is made by tha body, possibly In next year budget. - WARSHIP TO ENTERTAIN NAVY PLANE CRASHES A few minutes alter a take-off at the Charlestown Naval Air Facility, last Thursday, a navy dive bomber crashed Into Watehhaug pond. It landed 50 feel from shore after the engines failed. Its crew escaped injury. They were identified as Ensigns R, W. J. Agnew, O. S. N. R, Â»nd W. R. MncNell, re-1 both attached to the U. S. S. Kear- I sage. Destroyer tender Voscmiti berthed Â»t Melville, will be hos to 50 needy children of Bristol an Tiverlon at a Thanksgiving turke dinner November 27 aboard th ship, it was announced Saturda} Arrangements in two towns ai being- made by P. D. Humphrey in Tiverton and by Rear Admlra Gilbert Hoover (retired), In Bri tol. Captain James F, Benson, con mandlng officer of Yosemite, ha appointed Commander Henry V Dusinbcrre, executive officer, t arrange thi shipboard dctailsi LORENCE M. STARY taurant, at 3:09 A. M. October 8. Mr. Faerber, counsel for the de- Â·' fendant read several letters from clergy and naval officers as to the good character of the defendant. In WEDS W, J. R A F F E R T Y granting a deferred sentence, Judge Joslin said that he was ' * 0 ' t h e dcfendant eremony Performed at Put- am, Conn.; Bride Is Supervisor at Newport Hospital Miss Florence M. Stary, daugh- er of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Stary ' Putnam, Conn., became tne ride of William J. Hafferty of 36 Bellevue avenue, this city, In t. Mary's Church, Putnam, No- ember S. Monsignor Peter F. iathew, pastor, officiated. Given in marriage by her ather,-the bride was attended by er sister, Miss Anne Stary. as laid of honor. Paul M. Leary of lis city was the best man and he ushers were Ernest Stary, Jr., rothcr of the bride, and George Ffford, nephew of the groom. ' The bride's gown of white utchess satin -. was styled with sweetheart neckline, long bodice, nd circular train, and long pbint- d sleeves. She wore a finger-tip eil of illusion falling from a cornet satin head piece trimmed vlth orange blossoms. She carried vhite roses and Stephenotis. Miss Joanne Remsey of this ity sang at the ceremony,.and the vcdding breakfast at the Ben Grovenor Inn in Pomfret The ouple left on a wedding trip hrougb New Hampshire and Vermont. On their return they will eaide in this city. The bride, a ormer lieutenant of the Navy Curses Corps, is a supervisor at he'Newport Hospital. The groom, vho served with the 9th Army Air Force for three years, is employed at Fort Adams. Defendant's motion for a new tri-.l in the case of Theodore Boas vt; George Carabacas, involving tl.e sale of the Busy Bee restaurant oi. Broadway was denied. Joseph R. Libby represented Carabacas and Jlr. i-'aerbcr appeared for Boas. ELLIOTT NAMED CAPTAIN OF PRIORY GRID TEAM Albany, N. Y., Fullbabk.Good Ground Gainer, Elected at Annual Father, Son Dinner ' . Jack Elliott of Albany, N. Y., the team's fullback, ^was elected cAptsin of the 1918 Portsmouth Priory football team at the annual Father and Son dinner held Tuesday night at the Priory. Dennis W. Delaney, collector/of internal revenue of the State of Massachusetts, was the principal Â· speaker. "Swede" Nelson, former Harvard assistant coach; the! Rev. Bede Gorman, O. S. C., athletic director; Ralph Hewitt,. Priory coach, and Francis Brady, the school's assistant headmaster, also spoke. Letters were presented to the players by Mr. Brady^ Although.the Priory gridsters won only one of six contests, the outlook is brighter for next season. The majority of the cquad was composed of fifth form boys who will be available again . in J94S after one or more seasons of varsity experience. GEORGE MATOES WED TO Priory defeated Lockwood, 13-6,. for its only success. Scores o? the M i R Y I F I N I EY other games were St. Mark's, nriHn i . r i n u i - 1 Brplra j, icholS| i 2 . 0; Kinpvdod, 6-0; St. George's, 27-0; Providence Country Day, 12-0. Captain-elect Jack Elliott, running from the fullback position, was .the Priory's most consistent ground-gainer, besides playing Jamestown Resident Was Married to Brooklyn Bride in St. Mark's Church Miss Mary J. Finley, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hildred Finley of Brooklyn, N. Y., was married Saturday to George E. Ma-, .oes, son' of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Matoes of Narragansett avenue. Jamestown. The seremony was performed in St. Mark's Church, lhat town, by the pastor, the Rev. Thomas J. Greeley. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a gown of white chiffon fashioned with light bodice with sweetheart r.eck- line and bishoo sleeves, and full skirt. Hera fingertip veil was caught with clusters of orange Blossoms and she carried a shower bouquet of brides 'roses and Gardenias. Mrs. Florence Start, as matron of honor, was gowned in yellow net and wore a pictuer hat ' of Driliiantly.on.defense. Other players signalled out for jiraise by Coach Ralph Hewitt, former Columbia University luminary, were Dave Slingluff, quarter-; back, and Bill Corcoran, centre, who starred a year ago at Rogers High. . .-- Â· . ' . matching hue. She arm bouquet of carried an pastel-colored babv chrysanthemums, Edwarr 1 Morinhc- was best man. A reception was held at the Bay View Hotel. Following a wedding trip the couple will jive In the Bay View apartments, Jamestown. Mr. Matoes served five years in the army .in the South Pacific during the war. NAVY CHAPLAIN SPEARS Chaplain M. O. Stephenson was the speaker at the worship service in the sanctuary over 'the Church Hospitality Center on Spring street Sunday evening. The service was conducted by the Voung People's Fellowship - of Trinity Church, which also served refreshments. Those in rharge were Miss Ann Bellman, Miss Jsabelle Young and Mrj. Ralph Nickum. Hostesses who assisted Mrs. PETERSON AMONG TOP GRID SCORERS IN STATE De L a Salle Star's 54 Points Hanks Him 7th; -Franco ' With 37 in 13th Spot De La Salle's Pete Peterson with a total of.54 points compiled on eight touchdowns and six conversions is the seventh leading scorer in state schoolboy football ranks according to most, recent statistics. Jack Henry of. Aldrich tops the parade with 94 points garnered on H touchdowns and 10 extra points. . In thirteenth place is the acsd- emy's Fred Franco who has tal-- lied six TDs and one conversion for a 37 point total. Other local playors listed in the standings arc Stanton Browr.cll of Rogers with 19 points and Lloyd Willkinson of the Crusaders with.IS. In private school ranks-Bill Baird of St. George's is third with 25 points and Dave Slingluff * of Portsmouth Priory 'seventh with 12. BAPTISTS AJD EUROPE George S. Coburn, chairman, during last week Included Mcsdamrs Edith Leigh, William Young, William Allen, H. A. Kalkman. Carl The Woman's Association of the United Baptist church packed boxes to be sent to Europe for the Christmas season .as a feature of Its meeting Tuesday afternoon in the vestry. Dressings were made for the Newport Hospital. The. group planned to staff a booth for sale the sale of "anti-tuberculosis Gustsfson. Frank Gavitt, Thomas:Christmas seals at the Savings Haslam, Harold Gammans, Earl Bank of Newport from December D. Greenlaw ar.d Mary Graffam, 5 to 12. -Reports on the recent Miss' Edith Sestrom and Miss;Christmas bazaar indicated a Nellie" Glcason. successful outcome to the project.
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