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L. OLXXXIX--NO. 60 E BRANCH HEARS EASTER ACTIVITIES ine Society Names nmittees For Year On Holiday Se- .jnliranccs To Shut-ins, Hospitals, Humes TWO DOCTORS ADDED ; TO NEWPORT HOSPITAL Dr. Fletcher to Head X-Kay Department/ Dr. Zamil to Be Resident Physician ' Two doctors .have been added to the staff of the Newport Hos pltal. Both served as majors In the army during the war. Dr. Douglas B. Fletcher; has joined the staff as a rocntgenologlst, replacing Dr. Matthew it. Tennis who resigned April 30 as head ol the local X-lJay department after serving 32 yeSrs. Dr. Edward [a! Easter activities of Hope Zamll comes to Newport as a res Sunshine dent physician at the hospital on , International v[ were reported at a meet- Id Tuesday afternoon at the of Mr?. Herbert Adams on Mine road, Middletown. ittce appointments for the rere made by Mrs. Norman son president. Mrs. John evln and Mrs. Philip Bryer the assisting- hostesses. Easter parly was given at lorne for the Aged. F^ower- .lants were takn to four shut- embers, and shullns were also ibered with seven dozen eggs ·any cards. Plants were tak- Ihc Seamen's Church Insti- and the Home for thc Aged, or flowers In memory of de- d rombers were placed on the of the Fort Adams chapel. WHOLE NUMBER 10,368 NEWPORT, R. I,, FRIDAY, MAY 10^ 1946 FARM BUREAU WELCOMES BACK COUNTY AGENT Thanks Substitute, Receives . New 4-H Head a one-year contract. Dr. Tennis, - attached to '.he Union Hospital in Fall River for many years, set up the first Xray equipment at the Newport Hospital- and has directed the general development of that department, coming here, three days a week. Recently increased duties at the Fall River hospital, required more of his time and he gave up his Newport service. Dr. Fletcher comes to Newport following service as chief, of the X-ray department at. the 49th Army General Hospital. He is a native of Providence and was graduated from Brown University and Harvard Medical school, Dr. Zamll, a native of Wiscon- R. r. Stale President, M. W. Ab- jey, II. W. French Aildrets Meet Ing In Mlddletonii . Easter candy baskets were ] sin, received training aa an Intern by Mrs. Alfred L. Carry for at St. Joscjh's Hospital in' Mil trays at the Newport Hos-Jwaukce after his graduation from I the Marquette School of Medicine usual, monthly parties at He was a flight surgeon In th lome- for the Aged and at Rob i House were reported. Other itics included 77 rides given, lisits .made, 92 articles of jng and 163 magazines cold, and 15 pounds of cloth and lasses taken to the' Cancer :tal in Fall River. army, serving 18 months ove SURPLUS LEGISLATION TO BENEFIT VETERAN: ; sale May 17. immittee appointments ?d Mrs. Alfred L. Carry, spe- lospital work; Mrs. Clairmont ncll. Home for the Aged; Mrs. [am Jurgens, collection of Ar,noun(* s Amendmen in- Provides Setting Aside Item For Sale New surplus pro^irty legisla- fes; Mrs.liarry Frascr, coiles- lion has been put int'j effect, ty e! magazines; Mrs. William L. the War Assets Administration, dy end Mrs. Benjamin P.Down it was announced Tuesday by membership; Mrs. Karl. E. John J. Murphy, veterani tounse- enholm, publicity; Mrs. Her- lor, who said it 'Will' Improve the Adams, visiting; Miss Lizette veteran's buying position. ose, Fourscore and Wallum . The amendment provides- for c; Miss Ida Carry, flowers; setting aside for sale to veterans James Barney, equipment; exclusively, either for personal. or Henry Kaikman, 'i. M. 0. A.; business use, items iii which there Herbert Adams, wheelchairs; r is the heaviest demand and Elizabeth Ulye, motor corps; I shortest supply. The list of items Mrs. Lawrence K. Ebbs, lay- includes . automotive vehicles, tractors, construction, mining and excavating machinery, agri- - , , _ , _,, _ . ., n ni-i» n cultural machinery, medical, sur- S H E L E N F. A N D R E W S glcal and dental -apparatus dnd · ".L · ' · ·'· . equipment, and typewriters. DS CHARLES'F/'FLYNN-'Exiiting procedures'-wiii --g erallyigovcrn llw certificates, Mr. - Murphy said, and applicants may Thc Eastern Rhode Island Farm Buroau Tuesday evening at Aquldneck Grange Hall in Middle town welcomed back Merrill W Abbey, county agent, who had been on leave for two years with thc navy, extended its thanks t Hor: ;c W. French, who had filld in as county agent, and received John H. Wheeler of Montclair, N. J., new agent of the 4-H Club. Jacob Menzl, bureau president, extended\ a general welcome-^to the gathering and called upoh'J. Fred Sherman, chairman of the arrangements committee, to serve as master of ceremonies. Dr. Car] Woodward, president of Rhode island State College, was the principal speaker. A brief musicatc was presented by George Tublcy, violinist, with Mrs. Frank T. rockham playing the piano accompaniments. Mr. Abbey, expressing ;:easuic at'being home again from duty naif way around the world in the Pacific war theatre, he had found no group of people In his travels that he preferred to those of Newport County. The speaker pointed out thai farmers in the East are .meeting and beating the competition fron producJion areas in thc Far Wes' through shero hard work, and dc velopmcnt of modern processes In conservation of soils a n d ' n a t u r aiy aisseLsJ He also referred to international problems and said these, too, will eventually be solved by farmers of America. He warned, though, that'most of today's agricultural problems must be solved by thc farmers themselves. The Farm Bureau, he said, will aid In all possible ways. - Mr.-French; recalled pleasapt'as- LOCAL BAPTISTS VOTE 0 UNITE CONGREGATIONS : irst, Second Churches Seek New Charter Name Two Groups Of Officers Tending Action By XeU Rhode ·Island General Assembly Rev. Cornelius 'erforms Ceremony In St.' Mary's Church iss Helen Frances Andrews, ;hter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Andrews of 25 Dean avenuS, the bride'of Staff- Serg- Charles Francis Flynn, U. S. son o f - M r . and Mrs. -Henry 'lynn of 34 Morton avenue, in Mary's Church ' Wednesday ilev. Cornelius B. Collins iated. Wilfred Paquette sang, t Maria" and "Mother at Thy Is Kneeling," with Albert :mette as accompanist. obtain the forms and in filling them out at the Veterans' Center in the house. Thc 100-foot Valor, a former mine sweeper in the naval service, was entirely reconstructed for the fishing industry by local shipbuilders. ' --Hopf Photo MAYOR NAMES MEMBERSlCONTRACTS AWARDED OF VETERANS' OFFICE Appoints Committee ··A Law Passed liy Council FOR CARE OF 3 FIELDS Under. Concession at. Cardines Granted to R.- K. Hall Eocialions made during his term, as county agent pnd thanked bureau members for the help they gave in meeting the many problems of tlie court wnr P*'TM 11 ' courl Mr. and Mrs. Wheeler HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY TO REStlME TWO SHOWS Amateur Flower, Vegetable Exhibition, Ball to Be Held This Summer. The Newport Horticultural , | Society voted at Its May meeting L'en In marriage by her father, in Music Hall Tuesday evening to bride was attended by Miss i resume both Its amateur flower Be Flynn as maid of honor. The' ^·c njiui as iimm ui nonur. AIIC B rnan was Thomas Feehey, and ^t.k A. Andrews,- 'Jr., and Jo-, ·i Lehane, Jr., were the ushers, ^·ith her wedding gown of B^c satin . brocade the bride H a fingertip veil held In place. BI a cap of white satui ribbon. ina vegetaoje- snow a n u - u m «IL- nual ball, dropped- during the J var ye:irs, this sunmicr.'Tlie an- ] nual flower show In which sum- ^, mer residents arid their gardeners fj :ake part will be resumed in ,,, 1947. ti Sterling F. Monk, pre-iident, u · shower bouquet was of . Gar- named Alfred Angel,, secretary, ^ · as. Miss Fjynn carried layen- · stock and sweet peas with Hgown of American Beauty taf- ^l^-e cereinony was followed by · reakfasl and reception at the · richingcr King. The couple · later on a wedding trip to ·ly York and Washington. JBr.e bride, a graduate of Rog- ·High School and the Katherine ^f s Secretarial School, has ·^V. employed in the office of Gus- ·r J. S. White. Sergeant Flynn, H'c La Salic graduate, recently ·:rr.cd from the Southwest ·inc. He is awaiting a new as- · rncnt. '^H ] as chairman of the annual clam- n bake, tents'.lvcly set. for August at the Boulevard Nurseries. . n John S. Kesson was appointed 5 chairman to arrange for resump- j tion of the society's annual ball, A with Euston's Btr,ch set as n f tentative site. \ The tirst umareui flower and A vegetable show since 1010 will be w held at Ihe end of July or the C first of August in Aquidneck Hut B if that building is available. F The executive committee was directed to plan for a general meeting this fall at which detailed plans for the 1047 flower show' will be considered. . ·_._ · , ' 1 · t · T W E N T Y - F I V E Y E A R S A G O 18 From Mercury of May II, 1021 . : · ' ' H-'- ( Board of Aldermen and ^·»1 Committee held a joint ^r-on and approved revised plans · 'te Sheffield building on outer :»id\vay. Bids 'were already J^tn received for the extension ^·iogers High School under re.*! plans. All bids called for lo- Hi^bor. «9n C H 1r °l crl -y of 'he Narragan- iCB Bay Realty Company was -^·"errcd to four trustees and ·^Js were realized to meet taxes :^BCornmercial Wharf property e^J 51 had been -threatened with e^B 'or nonpayment of taxes. The ^·^ny originally U r 6 anlz«l to »lop Coddi.-jtci Point which · Purchased by thc city and ro- ^^·^to Ihe federal government. 'H^" 1 TM 131 lri P» wlth a ""' jTM Mat on Narragansclt bay, in ·^P city officials took part. '·T rrono " n ccd a success and ffl, v for R " airli "« lo N=w York ^HB ° Cin S furthered. ^· ; e Army and Nary Y. M. C. A .tHBy.'d.'o use the Sheffield house -·KJ~ !lin B'on square as an aux- Two of thc newest . type sub- j marines arrived at thc Torpedo -, Station to receive supplies and ! equipment. Rear' Admiral and Mrs. William . S. Sims left Newport for England where he was scheduled to receive an honorary degree o doctor of laws from Cambridge Steamer Commonxvcalth replaced thc Priscllla on thc Fa 1 kiver Line run to New. York. Schools held 'exercises in celebration of Rhode Island Independence Day and Arbor 'day. Banks and public buildings were closed* Under authority of an act of thc legislature establishing thc Mian- toriomi Park Memorial Commission, Mayor Jeremiah P. X'thoney appointed the executive comm it- lee that secured enactment of the legislation as members of th commission. The act authorized issuance of $40.000 In bonds T f o r the site and Its improvement. Patrick Gallerv of Fall River and Harold DcBlois of this city it-At-A tniiir/wl when an electric DOl troduced. H e served as a lieutenant In the navy during the war. Mrs. Wheeler was a student at' the University of Wisconsin and at schools near Chicago before her marriage. Dr. Woodward paid tribute to Mr. French for a difficult war lime job in agricultural leadrship as he personally welcomed thc new 4-H agent and the returning county agent. He cited briefly the relation of the k Farm Bureau to the State College, saying the latter is close to the people and the people close to it. Relative to post-war conditions, pecifically college enrollmen problems,.. Dr.' Woodward sai here will be 1300 upper classmen t State and applications are on He from 1700 prospcctice Fresh men. He told of plans to · expanc he faculty, use Quonset huts fo housing and to continue the pro ram for permanent' building ex ansion. . . ; ' The formal portion of the evening followed a turkey dinner served by Aquidneck Grange, with ·omier Staff of 100 Clll to.23 (o Aldermen Select C. M. Sullivan's .Uslst in Kelriilnlng, Rclmhiliia- ISId fo Cu( O.r.iss at Play Areas tion r,f Ex-Service Personnel . l-"or Recrenllon Dcpt. Another chapter In the Ion, history of the Baptist denomina tion in Newport was begun Tues day evening when the congrega 'lions of the First and Secon Baptist Churches, in annual meet ngs held separately in the Secon meeting house, voted almos unanimously lo nerge their anlzations as the United Baptis Church--John Clarke Memoria The name honors Dr. John Clark leader of a company of refugee from religious persecution Massachusetts, who became tl organizer of what is claimed to 1 the oldest Baptist society in Ih country, in the colony thi founded on this island in 1638. ( The merger follows a trend j toward union noted in various such actions by church organizations in other localities, reversing an earlier tendency to divide whenever differences of opinion arose. The First Baptist Church, 308 years old, first split in 1656, when SI members withdrew to form the "Six Principle Church" because of adoctrinal disagreement. This group became the Second Baptist Churcli, which in turn was divided In 1817 by !.-.i secession of 43 adherents of Ihe principle that all baptized members of the church should.have a volo nn the question ot calling a minister. These formed the Central Baptist Church, which reunited with the Second society in 1P06. A further division in Bap- ·ist ranks was occasioned by the founding of the Sabbatarian Bap- lis*. Church in 167-1, observing the seventh day as their Sabbath. MEMBERS roup Includes World War 2 Gold Star Mothers; Unit Receives Reports Eleven new members, mostly lold Star Mothers of World War , were added to the rolls of the American Legion Auxiliary at its neeting Tuesday evening in the x?gion Home. The total member- hip of the organization now Is 93. Mrs. Peggy Demers, president, ntroduccd Betty Lawltss and Loraine Bowley who attended the Girls State in Providence April 0 and 11. Both reported on the aclivilles covering thc tsvo days and also told of attending a ball ay 3 at the slate house. Mrs. Eleanor Blythe, rehabilitation chairman, reported on her visit to the velera : hospital at Bedford, Mass., saying that every- hing that could be desired [s »lng done for the patients there. Mrs.' Emma Bowley, district president, announced that the district meeting ar.d convention w'" be held* May 18 at Stark- Parker Post Home in East Providence. Plans were completed for a i ' image sale May 22 at the Community Center, with Mrs. Archie Coudell as chairman. A card social followed. Refreshments were-served by Mrs. Agnes Vogt, Mrs. Blythe and Mrs. Sadie Albec. PTA ASSOCIATION HEARS · OF REMEDIAL READING Marguerite Brennan Speaks to Callender-Potter Body ; Teacher Describes Methods ot Word . Recognition Used O n . · '... : Punils; Officers Elected 466 ARMY ENLISTMENTS REPORTED IN APRIL iany High School Graduates mong Recruits From R. I., Massachusetts -·The-appoirttment-of members of .he Newport Veterans Retraining and Rehabilitation Committee vas appointed lost Friday by Mayor Herbert' E. Macauley, who said all have accepted. The committee was appointed under' · nn ordinance recently' passed"" by "the Representative Council as - required bj a state law adopted in 1945. The former' committee, which had been acting since the establishment of the Veterans Center, consisted of 100 members. Contracts 'for cutting ' the grass on three . playfields and for thc right to'Operate thc refreshment concession at Cardines Field were awarded by the Board of Aldermen last Thursday noon for the recreation department Charles M. Sullivan at $3S7, was "low bidder, for cutting thc grass every 10 days during the summer at Murphy, Cottrell and Hunter Brown sub- Tile two nave been Second church organizations worshipping in Church meetinghouse T. G. This has been cut to 29 members. ' I mlttcd " bld A f - ' arid Those appointed were F. Vaughan, Robert A. Harry Ebhs. Kenneth R,' Denrils, Captain John Davis, Charles Bunker, Al- rs. Leo Assisting Mangan were Mrs. hostess. Douglas roster, chairman, Mr. Foster, Mr, Mangan, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph M. Anthony, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Child, Mr. and Mrs.. Charles Uray, Mr. and Mrs.. Bernard Rogers, Earl Peckham and George Filmore. bert E. Rowley, Dennis E. Collins, William 0. DelNero, Samuel Kravetz, Charles R. Kellett, :-. Dr. Harold T. Lowe, William P. Harrison, John M. Hopf, Mrs, George Frye, Mrs. Marion L. Sheekey, the Rev..James F. Bartley, thc Rev. William M.-Bradner, Rabbi Jules Lipschutz, the Rev. Theodore Peoples, Judge Mortimer A. Sullivan, Judge Arthur J. Sullivan, John J. O'Loughlin, Dr. John H. Finn, Dr. William A. Stoops, J. C. Earle . McLennan, James T O'Conncll, James W. Thompson, Herbert N. Wnttcrson ind Anthony J. Splratos. New members of the .committee ire Messrs. Bowley, Collins,-Del- Ncr.o, Kravetz, Kellett, Hopf and w»t_t*r,?on 1 tho Judges Sullivan, Dr. Stoops and Father Bartlcy. Thc mayor said he 'intends to call a meeting of thc new com- mittfc early next week for organization purposes. . Key a one of $510. George Donnelly, supervisor of recreation, said thc'cost last year was $648, including · thc Cardiacs' Field, which the commission will take ca.-e of itself this season. The contract was awarded to Mr. Sullivan. For the right to sell refreshments during the games at Cardines Field, James Michael of 53 Tilden'avenue, who.had the concession last year, bid §SO. A bid of 20 per cent of the gross rc- - - ' ' - Robert street. ·MILLEK--GLADDING Mr. and Mrs. William S. Glad ding of Eldrcd avenue, Jamestown, have announced the marriage of their daughter, Alice Louise, to Glen J. Miller of Big Prairie, Ohio, April 23. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. B. S. Hopper, pastor of the Methodist church in Nashville, Ohio. Mr. and Mrs George Garver, brother-in-law anc sister of the groom, were the attendants. After a trip through the South, thc couple will make their home ir Big Prairie. The bride is a graduate of Rogers High School and was employed in the personnel office a the Quonset Naval Air Station. |V fcr housing thi I "-peeled in Ne ic many naval were | s ' j mmcr. The destroyer May 30. Newport during on which they were at work fell against a bmliing street, Howard il COPIES OF THE DAILY NEWS CENTENNIAL NUMBER Will lie Sent , fo Any Address In The United Stnles Upon Receipt ol _10f XKUTORT DAILY NEWS, Newport, R. I. ceipts y.-as received from 1 K. Hall of SI Chadwick A representative of Mr. Hall saM that 20 per. cent was, considered a fair figure. This is what is paid for the concessions at the cami- va last summer at Park-Holm and at the Elks ground He said there would be no cxhorbitnnt prices. Mr. Hall who has married a Newport girl hopes to make his home here Upon motion of Alderman Martin, the contract was awarded to Mr. Hall. CITY INSPECTORS MOVE INTO NEW QUARTERS Building, Plumbing Officials Take Over Bear Part of A1- dermanic Chamber with the Rev. Lester C. Revoir a; piE'.or since January 1913 wheh the Rev. Dr. Wilbur Nelson First Church pastor, retired to become 'pastor emeritus. The new plans call for the U of that society's auditorium · on Spring street as a Baptist his tone shrine, housing' hlstoirca material, and records. It is hopec that the Northern Baptist Con vention will take action also fo the recognition of the edifice as a shrine. The lower floor, 'now in use by the TJSO operated by th VGA, will eventually find us a parish house. Both congregations named offt rs ar.d committees to serv til January, when the Genera ssembly of the state will be ked to provide a new charter id new church officials will b- losen to serve u n t i l the Ma nnual meeting. First Baptist officers selecte ere: clerk, Mrs. Howard Earle Distant, Mrs. Vera Aid rich ·easurer, Wilbur Nelson Jr.; as slant, .Mrs. William O. Ferrj lissionary treasurer. Mrs. Mar aswell; trustee, Walter John ton; deacons, William Ferrj Vilbur Nelson, Jr.; church his- orian. Dr. Wilbur Nelson, pastor meritus; auditors, iMss Evelyn Hunniwell, Mrs. George Brown, fiss Evelyn Mathowson; advisory ARMY MOTHERS HOLD CARD SOCIAL AT "Y 1 The building inspector and plumbing inspector moved their offices into r.ew quarters In the city hall Tuesday. They are now at thc rear of the cldcrmanlc chamber. Formerly a part of the board's meeting room; with fold- Ing doors to cl'ose it off for committee scraons when necessary, the room was first taken temporarily by the old Newport Beach OnmrnlfsliM! Rn3 later by t h e PWA engineers. The Carey Construction Company is altering the old quarters of the building department into an office for the Board of Tax As scssors. [Newport Club Directs Pro gram at Army, Navy Building; Other Activities There A card social was sponsored b; the Newport Army Mothers Club at the Army and Nav Y. M. C. A. Tuesday evening Mrs Bertha Allan. Mrs. Willian Ninimo and Mrs Ar.n McKcnzi directed thc social. Refreshment were served by Mrs. Charles Gokey Mrs. James F. Mullen Mrs. Joseph Dennis, Mrs. Thoma J. Reynolds. Mrs. William Lcs coc and Mrs. Francis Lawless Club guests were Mrs. Mary Han r.on snd Xtrf. Walter 'Chason. Mrs. Isabelle Nunes was at th Information desk. Mrs. Els Hagcnsen had rl\i*'t of shcl ciaft. Mrs. Marion Vale Carr: leathercraft, and Miss Patric Orth, of vocal recordings. GARAfiK HEAKl.VG IIKU) A hearing was held at the cilv hall Monday by Gardiner C. Easton, commissioner of public works, on the application of Mat- colm S. Hump for entrances to his new garage at the corner of Thames street and West Howart street, no remonstrant? appearing in protest. Following a brief hearing aa to CAKI'KNTKKS \\KI.COMK, VF.T Carpenters I^ocal 176, nice ing in Us hall on Thames strcc Monday evening, adopted a res lution welcoming bsck Into ir-.du fry ami affiliated unions men wr have serve i in thc armed forces thc country- Thc union made a permane offer to all veterans to get f them such information ' ' Ihe plans of the applicant, Mr. Easton, took thc matter under si advisement. as th rclatlo During April, 466 men from *hode Island and southeastern lassachusetts joined or rejoined the regular army, it was an- ounced today by Captain Robrt V. Carr, -public relations ificer at the Providence recrult- ng office, headquarters for this ·ea. Although the April total is next o the highest for the area since egular army recruiting was re- umed last fall, he expected en- stments in May and June will ontinue to soar. The most sizeable source of po- cntial enlistments, army officials aid, is the high school graduate roup eligible for the college educational benefits ot the G. I. Jill of Rights,- many of whom, it s said, have x already signified heir intention of joining the regular army at the end of the current school, year. The Callender-Potter. Parent- Teacher Association had as its. guest speaker last Thursday night Miss Marguerite Brennan, remedial reading teacher of the school department, who explained ways in which pupils' quick recognition or sight vocabularies' are being increased. She displayed ' some of the recognition devices'lh, use. As a final test of word recognition, three stories written by Miss Greta Morris and Miss Bren-' nan were flashed on a screen by means of a delincascope. Children in Miss' Morris's fourth grade class read them at sight, . ; At' the business meeting/ the nominating committee, Miss Nellie Gleason, Mrs. Evelyn Kent, Mrs. James Kelly and Mrs. John Barnum, presented a slate of officers. Those elected to serve for two years were president, Mrs, John Smith, honorary vice president^ John M. Earle, vice president, Mrs. Simon Scott, recording secretary, Mrs. Joseph Mederios; correspond; ing secretary, Mrs. James Kelly; treasurer, Mrs. Edward Schoenrock. The officers will be Installed at the June meeting by the New^ port County Council president^ Mrs. James Dey. J!rs. Peter Bolhouse, delegate to Ihe Rhode Island Congress 18 parent and teachers,, gave a report on its convention. Thursday's book award went to the Callender kinl gergarten . for having the most parents present. The ways ' and means chairman announced a cardl ~'party for May 24. The committee^ Is Mrs, John Smith chairman, Mrs. Evelyn Kent, Mrs. James Kelly,' Mrs. John Barnum, Mrs. Peter Bolhouse, Mrs. Peckham, Mrs. De? Fillippo, Mrs. Josephine Millington, John Smith. A moment of silence was ob- " served in memory of Mrs. Maitland LaBoyteaux one of the oldest members of the association, who died April 21. ' ! GAS'LIGHT COMPANY,. ' HAS AMPLE COAL NOW ALL NAVY CLUB ACCEPTS BOSTON SHIP 2 BID To Attend Meeting There May 28, National Chief of Staff Installs Officers The Newport All Navy Club received at a meeting Monday evening in Uieir club rooms at 140 Thames street an Invitation from Ship 2 of Boston to attend a meeting May 2S. ICsllie T. Stalling;, captain, presided at the business session. The. club " woted to keep its quarters open every evening until the end ^- of May. Progress in plans for the annual carnival in June was- reported. John M. Hopf. national chief of staff, conducted an Installation of Captain Stalling! and the other officers. Maurice Dussault, paymaster of Ship H in Fall River, was a guest and assisted with the ceremony. Feels No Effects o f - W a l k . out; Upstate Industries Face Shutdown BLOCK ISLAND AIDS BUREAU »ard, Miss Dorothy Brown. Second Baptist--officers and ommittees: clerk, 'Jr. Robert . Clarke: treasurer, Frank T. ·arr; auditor. Frank Rugglcs; icmbers-at large of thc advisory Mard. Mrs. Oliver Pierce, Mr. ,nd Mrs. Newton Lewis; delegates o the State convention in New- xrt next week, Mrs. John Sea- iury, A. B. Coggcshall, Miss Dorothy Humes, Miss Susan B. Fnmklin, Mrs. Clifton Tallman; missionary committee, Miss Dorothy Humes, Alfred Mikkleson, Frank T. Carr, Mrs. Clifton Tallman, Miss Cccitc Baillol; house committee, Mrs. Frank Rugglcs, Mrs. William Barry, Mrs. Willam Armstrong; music committee, Miss Margaret Stevens, Miss Harriet Bailey. Mrs. L. C. Revoir, Mrs. S. T. Carr. Thc annual meetings followed a jonit covered dish supper In charge of the Wedding Ring Club. Mrs. Mclvin T. Bennett and Mrs. Newton I-cwis. co-chairmen, were assisted by Mrs. Edward Gavitt, Mrs. John Astin, Mrs. William Hope, Mrs. Hallencrutz Rolfe and Mr. c . llcvoir. At Block Island's annual town meeting held Tuesday a 550 ap- ^ropprialion was made available 'or the support of Newport County Farm Bureau. The meet- The -Newport Gas Light Com-.'-" pany, only utility firm here using bituminous coal, has not felt the effects of the nationwide walkout of the United Mine Workers which has tied up deliveries_and threat- ins to paralyze tr.dustry^n many communties throughout the nation. - , Officials of the gas company said today that there is at leasts a month's supply of coal on hand and they do not feel unduly \vor-. ried over the prospect of future supplies. " . [ The Newport Electric. Corpora-: tion said its plant operates on oil' and has an ample supply on hand.' Upstate, Wilfred O. Broadbent, bituminous representative on the Governor's Advisory Council on Solid Fuels, said tile great bulk of Rhode Island industry will be- closed down within 30 days for lack of coal if the mine strike continues. In commenting on the gov^ ernment's order of Tuesday "freezing" th; nation's soft coal supplies, he -said, industrial and commercial users are barred by it from purchasing soft coal, forcing them to rely on available stocks. ,ng also voted that taxes be assessed at a rate of $2.50 on 5100 on real estate and tangible per- sonal property and 40 cents ori $100 on intangible persona! prop--.,- erty. " · \ F F FFY Y B A R S A O O From Mercury of May 3, 1836 ' OX CHII.I1 HEALTH STUDV A study o! child health services was launched At a dinner meeting ot the study and advisory committee of the American Steamer Jamestown broke a delivery pipe just after leaving her slip on the Jamestown side and signalled for aid while dropping an anchor. The Sylvan Shore. owned by Captain Knowlcs, went to the rescue but snapped a rudder post when a line tossed to the ferry fouled in her propeller. Mcanwhle the ferry's pipe line was repaired and Ishc returned to her slip »s tug Aquidneck arrived to assist- The tug then tried to haul the Sylvan Shore, which hsd drifted onto the rocks, clear but failed,. Tug Gaspce from Providence was summoned and it pulled the craft into deep water. Dr. Horatio Storer was reelected president of the Natural History Society. The Newport yacht Club took over its new quarters at the end of Swan avenue- Ailhough not entirely comp'.c ted, the Swc-dish new church Evangelical of the Lutheran COIllimLn:*; '" *'"- .*!.............-- - - .t^j^t ,,-ac \cademy of Pediatrics at Asa- congregation on Cornc street »as warn Hunt In Providence Tuesday. us«d for services ~ A picked nine defeated Fort Adams 21-13 in the first baseball game of thc season at Frcebody Park. Schooner Daniel B. Fearing, of (his city, er.routo from Philadelphia to Boston, went ashore at Cahc-on's Cove on Cape Cod. loaded Colonel Alvin A. Barker, at .he conclusion of an exhibition drill for guests, announced ' the appointment of non-commissioned officers of Ihe Newport Artillery Company. The City Council repealed an ordinance requiring bicycles to carry a light after sundown but enacted one limiting speed of these vehicles to six miles an hour in congested parts of the city. On recommendation of the committee on streets, several name changes were repealed and the old names ot highways were restored. An appropriation of S350 wis made for purchase of a sprinkling cart and 51,500 was. allocated to curb and macadamize .Central street. A proposal for a cjly owned ligh ing plant was tabled indefinitely. The Women's Relief Corps paid a surprise visit to Charles E, Law-ton Post of the Grand Army, "The KainmaKcrs'' was presented at the O[-era House as 4 benefit for Newport Lodge of- Thc spt.iker was Dr. Warren R. Bisson ci Bosto.' National chairman of the study. Dr. William P. R n f f u m is chairman and Dr. John taTigdoa, executive secretary of the committee. Newport members of thc ad- vi'ory rommittee are Dr. Henry merly held membership. A Martin. Dr Charles S.|Thc four masted vessel, Dotlerer Dr. A r t h u r Dring, with co.il, was a compK Harry J Dunham, Dr. Norman but her captain and crew were M MicLcod Dr, Howard rescued by a crew Mathers, and Judge Mortimer A. C-jhoon 'Cove Life Saving Sullivan. U6n. loss from the Sta- and. Son farm of the Elks. Anthony Stewart rented the SO-acre late William B. Chase in Middled town. Thc Old Colony planned to extend Briggs' wharf and to build a new whart to augment local docking facilities. for SI3 steam erp. ? Mrs. B. S. Meiyille was elected president of the Townsend Aid Society, and . Thomas '.ynchj president of the Vervino Social Club.

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