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Sixteen 40 of Delaware Are Accepted At Fort Dix 'Snowball Oliver Anionic Inductee; He Makes Trip By Airplane to Trenton Forty-one additional Iaware nm reported to the selective ser-Tice Induction station at Trenton, N. J.. tocay whre 40 men were accepted lor military service. Today' contingent is made up of 23 from New Castle County Board Ho. I. New Castle; three from New Castla County Board No. 2. Midcie-town; three from Wilmington Board 4; six from Kent County Board I. Dover, and six from Kent County Board 2. Harrington. Oliver Accepted Ed (Snowball) Oliver, ranking golf professional who made a l.COO-mile airplane flight from Coral Gables. Fla., to report, was among those accepted yesterday and transported to Fort Di-x. N. J. Oliver arriving an hour later than the group from his local board No. 3. of Wilmington, was through induction an hour after he stepped into the station. Oliver and the other Delaware ns were equipped as soon as they arrived at Fort Pix Iat yesterday afternoon, given aptitude testa and Issued uniforms. The brawny golfer was assigned to Company C. First Rereivinc Battalion. Local Board 3 officials announced last night that Oliver never made : n appeal for deferment he claims i sole support r-f his parents but enly asked postponement of his call! until a date later than originally announced. j Men Accepted ! Other drafttes of Board 3 who-were accepted were: Leonard George Larry, 1831 West ! Fourth Street; Adam A. Janulewicz. 127 Stroud Street: Edward Alker ! Turner. 407 South Franklin Street: j Francis Paul Duncan. 921 Wright Street: Stanley J. Budzsiewskl. 108 ! Lower Oak Street: Jeha Swithm) Taylor. 1128 West Fourth Street:' Anthony Joseph Vignola. 412 North; Erocm Street: Teter Bernard Ba- j rone. 204 North Union S:rect: Ed-1 mur.d, Edward Sedele. 1811 West Fiftit Street: John Howard Hyde. 1210 West Fifth S-eet; Edward Wolos. 1301 Anchorage Street; Rob- ert Lay ton Hall. 1IM west sixtn - . . -T- - . Street: Dominic Anthony Sinochi,:by the whelan Drug Company at j 1111 Chestnut Street: Joseph Fran- 823 Market Street The enlareintr Jamison, ail orin eroorn c.rrrk. cpirations UUiCh include i These accepted from Board No ; ing and convfrsion of tne . 1 were: George Robert A.pha. .OS . tt s2, Markf. Str. Barry. Y. M. C. A.: James Bea,e Jr.. 1423 Stapled Place: Robert Bra-rtn, Jr, 14C2 Grant Avenue; Arthur Wilson Copes. 1205 West Ninth Street: Richard Crawford Frankn. Eoo rra-kun Street: Chr.sujpher Kiras. 833 Morrow Street; Jean Street: Jsseph Huddcrs McQlinehey, 1121 West Surest; John Anthony Meteni. 191T West Seventh Street: John Douglas Strang. 917 Stewart Koaa. wetover mils: jaies Feu. : Wilson. 919 Jackson Street: Ran-! d!?h Saylcr Ycurg II. 2018 Dela- wire Avenue. Selectees fr?m Board No. 2. were: Robert Edward Berry. Howard i Wecdoa Brown. Charles W;Lon Col- ; lir. Gecrre John Fitzpatrick. An- drew J. Kreck. John McDonald. : James A. McGirrr, Bernard Leon- ard McGuire. Charles Thpmas Menl- j ruecL George L. Mitteiman. Edward Mirakowski, Lcwski, James Ernest War-, burton. Enlisted for Signal Service Battalion Iiity Bo.e J. E-ienhauer. 29, of 2506 Van Buren Street, was enlisted in the army today at the recruiting of- ; c. poBtofnce building for service j with the 15:h S.gnal Service Battalion. Fort Monmouth. N. J. Benjamin L. Kaschinfiki. 24. of i . . Michaels. Md-. was enLated ior tne t First Radio Intelligence Company fort .vkwiiiuvum . Private William A. Spanberg. in , marge ef the recra.ung su3-s.at.on ; at Georgeujwn, who was transierrea ; in ti riearhed enlisted men's list : for recrui.t.ng service on Feb. 1. has been promoted to the rank of ser-getn;. Sergeant Spanberg came here from the 18ih Infantry at Fort Hamilton. N. V. 2 Prisoners Are Given Parole Ijv State Board The State Parole Board yesterday attend the first cf two semi-annual . chaplain in charge of iscopal stu-rranted paroles to Charles Mill. ! youth conferences tomorrow in the j Aenls fct ln university of Pennayl-who was sentenced in September, i Trenton. N. J "Y " They re: ; vania in Philadelphia, will preach at 1933 to serve three years for rob- Harold Bant. David Creighton, El- j the Lenten service In the Cathedral bery. and to Joseph Zderjewski. ' vin Cavanaugh. and Charles H. s church of St. John tonight, who is serving a 14 months' term ; Groesbeck. Theme of the confer- j rjr. Jacobson takes the place of the for non-support. 1 which will be attended by 'VRv. Frederick P. Houghton, execu- The board continued the appeal repretentatives from the five-state j tive secretary of the Diocese of ef Hattie L. Benson, who ls eemng i Central Atlantic Area, will be "New j Pennsylvania, who will be unable oae-year aentence for assault and Concepts in Work With Youth." j to be here tonight. 18. 1M0. Paros wer refosed the; foUowing: Emma W. BromweU. sen-i tenxed to three year on Sept. 27, : 1939; Jamei Carul. aentencad to three years on Sept. 2T. 1938. for industrial Union CouncU last night breaking and entering; Clara Foun- at a meeting in the C. I. O. HaU at tain, sentenced to two years on 410 North DuPont Street. Copies of March 12. 191. for breaking and a resolution adopted to that effect entering; John Morris, sentenced to; will be forwarded to President 20 months on May 6. 1949. for carry- 1 Roosevelt and C. L O. officials in lng concealed a deadly weapon: j Washington. Emanuel E. Flore, sentenced to 12 It was announced that C. I. O. Jar on Hay 1$, 1933, for iiault headquarter for Delaware will be and battery. moved to 17 East Third Street. Fine of $250 h Imposed dairies Powell. Ill Tatnall Street. charged with accepting a bet on a race horae named "Slappy" in the fourth at Santa Anita a few days go. was fined $250 and coats today by Deputy Judge Green in Municipal Court. The prosecution's star witness, vhe hihd bean usd by the police to carry dollar In marked money and elip 0t paper bearing the name a'ann' to Powell" restaurant a; 103 West Siath seet told the court that -Charley- had placed the I Scout Training Course Open in City Tomorrow ' .s mnar erg Gunnar H. Berg of New York, director of training of the National 1 Council. Boy Scouts of America. will address the initial sessions of the Del-Mar-Va Council's annual scouting training course tomorrow night at 7:30 o'clock in the H. Fletcher Brown Vocational School. More than 100 scout leaders are expected to attend. The institute is open to lecal council, scout leaders 18 years of age or older, and will be presented weekly, climaxing with the annual "spring tonic" training session at the Rodney Camps on the Chesa nsk rjv ?n Anrii Directors are: Fremont LoefTcl. ! John P. Fern. Hans C. Schilling. v. j F. Alder. James M. Shorn. Sr.. Otis McCaulcy. Paul Sclbe. and Frederic Wellington. Whclan Store To Be Enlarged Market Street Property To Be Remodeled at Cost O f S 1 4. 1 00 ; h Facade ! y( QjSf Cunnar H. B Remodeling and enlarging opera-lprize. tions that will cost $14,100 when ! . ... ' complete were started this morning t ielninf inTo a complete about the second meek in; May. ocials of the company said ! 'i . . . .w . i ,..: ." , ... -v v.. ww.... -rt or .w prs-nt s'ore. win HaX lr... wU1 be consolidated!.. . . . , ln.a . sins fif.de with an er- Honrs Arc Leimtliened trance in the center. Workman this morning mere tearing out a 50 foot partition separating the two sttres preparatory to remodeling and redecorating. The soda fountain in the rear cf the present store will be moved to the front of the building, while the 900 in the new section will house the ; Contractor for the job are Rocer i & McCay cf New York. Lease of the adjou-.ing store was negotiated by Emmet S. Hickman. Wilmington real estate broker. Ql HI, fl ' Are Granted in Countv Judg Charles L. Terry. Jr.. and Judge Charles 5. Richards, presid-1 ir.g yesterday afternoon in Su - pencr Court, granted 13 addition! j decrees nisi of divorce, bringing the I total for the day to 31 in uncontested cases. Decrees granted by Jud-ge Terry were: Mrsurrs H Gamble Robert L. f.im- Chri A. CardafU. en'ructi dr- t inn rrm; Myrtla Wilier v. Irving V. waller, denemeo; Utr m i!r Her- fter c. wai.er. oeernon: .orerce vi. rr.rt rr.... rtor.u. or , Mrt:n r. w.i-er b w.rtm. ne Reoert l. Emarep Mrtha m I0irei. derr!on: Grace I Thompion . Burcb:nal T. W;;!.m J. Burrhtn!. Jr , desertion Jut Kirhar reri 0en.on in the cane cf Meaa Brre:t v. Charlr D Bar- 'k,Jlr"fVti'ca ,h Ue,':Mm "'I The Bev. J. H. Jacohson t a7. TV r To Be Lenten Sneaker To Attend Conferences I . . , I The Rev. James Howard Jacob-Four departmental secretaries of ; son cari0n 0f lrie Cathedral of the the Wilmington Y. M. C. A. Will nincjru, nf Pennsylvania whn i Oppose tSritlstl Aid opposition to the pa&sage of he ;eae-ler.d bill was registered at a meeting of the Kew Castle County In Horse Betting Case bet by caiiuig Santa Anita. Judge Green aaid this procedure seemed not only unuaual but highly improbable Powell, who told the court he had only placed the bet as a friendly act, said he couldn't remember the name of the man with whom he had placed the bet. the telephone number he admitted having called or th aourre of hia knowledge that sucn a oei migni or picra ai mai number. Bali fox an appeal waa set at o00. JonrnaLEvery Judge Green Frees Six Men Impoftc . 5 Finen, Semi One Defendant to Jail On First Day on Bench Deputy Judgt P. Warren Oreen today tempered Justice with mercy on his first day of presiding over Municipal Court. "I am presiding for mj first day in this court. he said, in dismissing a WPA worker charged with being drunk, "so I will give you a little present. Go back to your Job. keep sober and good luck." Judge Green also dismissed charges against Ave other defendants who had been held on m'nor charges. Thaddeus McCulley, 811 Madison Street, charged with being drunk, was sentenced to serve 10 days in the county workhouse. John Gralewski. 303 South Adams Street, Alex Emory. 300 block of Sixth Street. Charles Brlggs. 708 South Franklin Street, and Francis Gardner. 1311 Cedar Street, all charged with disorderly conduct, were fined $5 and costs each or ren-tenced to serve seven days in the workhouse. Miller Bros. Contest Winners Selected Seven contestants In the Miller Brothers "27 Contest" selected from hundreds of entrants representing every part of the state, were awarded the principal prizes by judges who surveyed the entries yesterday. The awards were selected by mem- bers of the advertising staff of the News-Journal papers, who made the selection on the basks of correctness neatness and originality. Miller Brothers also plans to present many honorable mention prizes of practical and useful gifts to those whs failed to win th major awards. A display of the ideas submitted will be made in the Miller Brothers showrooms at Ninth and King Streets. The following grand awards were made: First prize, a three-piece living room suite, to Mrs. Louis Burgess. 928 East Seventeenth Street. Wilmington: second prize, a Swmon'. innerspring mttress. Mrs. Margcret ODonncll. 1122 Lan- crater Avenue. Wilmington: inirci , third I . crosley ll-tube console radiJ. Mrs. Elizabeth Williams. 1015 j t-i.!..-J ctrmmt 111 m itnn' .cl,lu' . .A: , '?c"um pnze. a Roai tiectnc sweeper. Mrs L. K. Bonsall. i 29 Lincoln Ave.. Wilmington: fifth I prize' Lane irchtsU Mis Vera Rppn.;ntam.,$ of Missouri-Kan L' Pierce' 'Vd,P.n.R- D0-.3i!a-" Pipe Line Company in a state time r'c '-w Print TVnuH 11 Hirmnnv str;pt .cw CasUe Dcl . Mve nth i a lounfe chair Mar. Klng ; Chase. 114 Harmony Street, New Castle. Dei. At Stale Tax Offices The State Tax Department office. Ninth and King Streets, will be open from 9 . m. to 9 p. m. each day this week except Saturday when it will be open from 9 a. m. to 5 p. m. The itste office will be oon on the ! , t o , -.-h h.v- ri-iwp' Saturday. Maxen i,. Tne lecerai tax om:e. posiomce . building, will be open 8:33 a. m. to 4 p. m. each day this week except Saturday when it will be open frcm 8 a. m. to noon. Next week the office will be open on March 10. 11. and 12. from 8:30 a. m. to 6 p. m. on March 13 and 14. 8:30 a. m. to 9 p. m., and on Saturday, March 15, 8 a. m. to midnight. H. P. I)inIHOre Ajiaill . . Heads i50tl(ier ail(l J50I1S Harold P. Dir.smor, wais rflertpd I presiden cf the board of directors and manaser of the Ell wood Souder ' and Sons Company yesterday at the ; annual meeti-- I Other offers seelcted are: Mrs iiiorr on ine conauci ci me l8"0" IOr me past , eaT lnfl improvements which he ai s'or Stan haa maCe in the orcanl-! Din5mor. la rviB m. j SZ- . pIC:iar"1 m I) .board of directors and manager. He! of T. Argyle Souder. who headed the j ; ior many star. , One Day Retreat Planned At Ursuline on Sunday The Rev. Henry A. Miller will conduct a one-day retreat at Ursuline Academy next Sunday, commencing with mass at 8:30 a. m. in th academy chapel. Reservations may be made at the ! Ursuline convent. Wilmington 5036, or with any member of the commit-! tee which includes Miss Kathleen Bader, chairman; Mrs. Mary E. Brady. Miss Nora V. Butler. Mrs. Mary Corrigan. Miss Regina Fitzpatrick. Mrs. Marguerite Irwin and Min Johanna Miller. . . ..... Many Positions Open The U. S. Civil Service CommLs-aion will recelva applications for civil eerviee axaminations for the following government positions: Jun or engineer, all branches, national defenM work, $2,000 a year, until Dec. 31: inspector of aeronautical engineering materials, $1,-620 to $2,600 a year, until iurther notice; supervisor and assistant of Indian education in mural palntna and fine arts. $2,300 to $3,800. unil March 31; instructor, mobile laundry. War Department. $2,000 to $3,-900. until further notice-. Evening, Wilmington, Col. Meade Wildrick Ordered Back to Duty Col. Meade Wildrick Col. Meade Wildrick,' U. S. Army, retired, formerly of Wilmington, has bren ordered back to active duty at the U. S. Military Academy, West Point, N. Y., in army orders of today. Colonel Wildrick, a coast artillery officer, served here for four years as unit instructor in charge of reserve officers and C. M.' T. C. activities in Delaware. He is well known in Wilmington and took an active part in civic and social affairs here. Lieut.-Col. D. W. Cairns. U. S. Army retired, has been ordered to active duty In the Seventh Corps Area, service command, Fort Riley, Kan., on March 1. He was stationed at Fort DuPont for several years. Decision Is Reversed In Federal Court Case The U. S. Supreme Court yesterday gave a decision permitting the Missouri-Kansas Pipeline Company the right to intervene In the anti- i tmict cut nf th T"na rt rnpnf tir ,, ,u- -i,k -mi l'r the rn,.,mhia n piprtrir Cornora . r tlon. This dcU:ion reverses an nf .tmH!.. .tnhn p NicW( bffore whom tne ls pending. todav saia: The issue which will now come before the court will revolve on the right of the Columbia Oil fc Gasoline Corporation to retain possession cf certain securities which give it control of the Panhandle Eistern Pipeline, and on the right of Columbia Gas fc Electric Corporation to retain ownership of the Michigan Oas Transmission pipeline which controls the flow of natural gas to Panhandle's principal market. Detroit." tlntKlaiicrrif er l .narnfi t .nntiniierl in t.itv t.ourt Nerval L. Dugan. 55, of Penny HiUi Philadelphia Pike, who was ar rested yesterday on a charge of manslaughter, was granted a continuance in Municipal Court this morning to March 18. Police charge Dugan was the engineer of the Pennsylvania Railroad train which struck E. Reese Orr and William T. Townsend, both of Media, Saturday morning. Townsend died at the scene of the accident ard Orr is on the Delaware Hospital. The engine crew said they were unaware tne engine naa sirucs any- At th,t tlme 11 ws snowins and !he visibility was poor. The train was on its wav from West Yards to Todd's Cut. Keel Laying Completed For Second Freighter Keel laying operations for a second C-l passenger freighter; a sis ter .ship of the 400 foot "Marina," -,u.,v. 1 u.j i... .u . 7.. .Z" V"..". m" "! been completed, E. A. Hodge, Pusey and Jone, marlne fnginer, said Hul of th. WMtl ls bping con. .Mructed on tne broadside launching ways u.sed for the "Marina." The vessel, which is being constructed under contract of the U. S. Maritime Commission, will be completed in about lo months, depending on specifications of the purchaser, Mr. Hodge saiu. Additional Flying Cadets Is Topic of Conference Procurement of flying cadeta for the air corps of the U. 3. Army from universities and colleges is the purpose of a conference to be held in New York tomorrow. Lieut.-Col. John F. Daye, army recruiting officer for Delaware, and Lieut.-Col. Donald M. Aahbridge, professor of military science and tactics, University of Delaware, will attend as will all district recruiting officers and professors of military science in the Second Corps Area. The conference was called by the corps area commander. Colonal Daye left for the conferenos today. Col. Vaiiglia'ii WliTlUakr Delaware River Study Lieut.-Col. Harry B. Vaughan, U. 8 district engineer. Philadelphia, has been directed to prepare to make investigations and prepare a report on the Delaware River from Philadelphia to the sea by MaJ.-Gen. Julian L. Schley. The Investigation will be made to determine whether any modification of preaent anchorages is advisable. ' .. Two Accept Commissions David Wilard Jones, Jr., 1400 1-2 North Union Street, and Alvln Orlando Ringle, Frankford, have accepted commissions as second lieutenants in the officers' reserve corps, the War Department announced today. Lieutenant Jones is in the infantry reserve and Lieutenant Ringle In the Air Corps reserve. ' V ' ' v joi r A I J ,"'' 5 Delaware, Tuesday, March China's Plight Told at Church Field Representative Tells Peninsula Gathering Of Demoeracy's Struggle Miss Mary B. Amo. fteJi representative of the Church Committee, for China Relief, described condi-tions in China at a service in Peninsula Methodist Church Sunday night conducted by the Woman's Society for Christian Service. "China is struggling to create in west China a democracy of the Orient," Miss Amo said. "Christian missionaries have accomplished a marvelous work among the refugees. China's leaders are Christians and China looks to us for help now in her hour of need. With that help she can become the stronghold of a Christian democracy In the eastern hemisphere." Mrs. T. Vernon Scarborough, president, was in charge, Mrs. Robert Mitchell, vice-president of the Delaware district, offered the prayer, and Mrs. J, W. Townsend read the Scripture. Mrs. Tracy Burlln was in charge of a candle light thank offering service with special singing by Mrs. Gilbert Scarborough. The next meeting will be held March 23 with Miss Rietta M. Emerson as (he speaker. A play, "Just Suppose," will be given. - Two Women Overcome By Escaping Coal Gas Mrs. William E. Smith of 1218 Tatnall Street and Grace Bryant of 416 East Tenth Street were overcome by coal gas escaping from a heating plant at the Tatnall Street address yesterday. Both women were treated by Dr. W. L. Porter, but the Bryant woman later had a relapse and was taken 1o The Memorial Hosp'tal last night. She returned to her home after treatment. She was visiting the Smith family when overcome. Mr. Smith and their three children, Ronald, 5 years old; Roma, 3, and Rita, 10 months, were affected by the fumes and treated by Dr. Porter. All have recovered. Ezion Service Society Plans Woman's Service The Woman's Society of Chria-tian Service, of which Mrs. Carrie W. Henry is president, will conduct a women's day service in E?.ion Methodist Church, Sunday, March 18. The following officers and committees have been announced: President, Mrs. Carrie L. Kyler; vice-president, Mrs. Mary H. Whit-ten; secretary. Mrs. Helen H. Holland; assistant secretary. Miss Eva Walker; treasurer, Mrs. Rebecca F. White. Program chairman. Mrs. Cleo. Henry; music, Mrs. Agnes Brown; publicity. Miss Gertrude J. Henry. Methods of Detecting Cancer Are Described Methods of detecting cancer and the three measures to combat the disease X-ray. radium treatment, and surgery were described by Dr. E. Harvey Lenderman. chief surgeon of the Wilmington General Hospital, before a meeting of the hospital's Junior Board this morning in the hospital. In enumerating preventative measures. Dr. Lenderman advised an annual physical examination for every adult. His address was sponsored by the Women's Field Army of the American Society for Cancer Control. Mrs. D. C. Scott, president of the board, presided. Outstanding Football Plays Shown to Club Motion pictures of the outstanding football plays of 1940, including scenes in all of the bowl games, were shown today at the Exchange Club luncheon meeting in the Hotel DuPont by E. H. Weer, by courtesy of the Atlantic Refining Company John M. Conover presided. Harold V. Wrasec of Mishawaka, Ind., ex-president of the Exchange Club there, was a guest of the club. Plans made last night at a club board of control meeting for a ladies night program on March 21, were discus.sed at the meeting. Meaning of Liouistu Is Subject of Speaker Dr. Jay Miller of Ooldey College, spoke on the meaning of Lionism at a business meeting of the Wilmington Lions Club today in the Hotel DuPont. Dr. Miller welcomed two new members of the club, Rob. ert Maynard and Thomas Dunlap. in his address. Russell p. Brewer presided. Motion pictures of the outstanding news events of the past year were shown at the meeting by Willard S. Wilson. Gen. Grant Given Duty Brig, -Gen. Ulysses S. Grant III, division engineer, Oreat Lakes Division, Cleveland, O., formerly commandant at Fort DuPont, has been assigned to prepare special reports on the Michigan City Harbor, Ind.; Holland Harbor and Black Lake, Mich., and the Black Jock Channel and Tonawanda Harbor, New York, by Maj -Gen. Julian L. phley, chief of engineers, U. S. Army. Guild to Mec I The Mothers Quild of Archmere Academy will meet, at 3:30 o'clock tomorrow afternoon at the school. Mrs. William Baxter and Mrs. J. H. Casiidy will b hostesses. The annual dinner meeting of the guild will be held on Thursday, March 20 at Naamans. Mrs. James LaPenta, Mrs. J. H. Cassidy and Mrs. M. E. O'Conneli will be hostesses. To Give Benefit Dance A benefit dance will be given tomorrow night by Star of Delaware Lodge No. l.'in the Odd Fellows' Building at Tenth and King Streets. Dancing will be from until 12 p. m., with musie furnished by Cousin Lee. i 4, 1941 Mayors of 3 Neighbor Towns Get Netv Terms fOn Platter' Tlionia W. Records Unopposed Next Tuesday on Heel Of Reelection of G. W. Donoho in Seaford And D. S. Holt in Blades, Yesterday LAUREL. Del.. March 4 f Special .Mayor Thomas W. Records of Laurel ls the third town executive in this area to be assured a new term In office without opposition. Seaford and Blades yesterday handed their mayors new terms on a "silver platter." and next Tuesday, Mayor Record and also three councilmen will have their'a served the same way. This la the first time in many years that there has been no contest for the office of mayor. Mayor Records, who i Just finishing his first two-year term as mayor, drew no opposition as the filing date passed. He wa a magistrate before he was elected mayor. Luke E. Collins, president of the council, and a councilman-at-large, is a candidate for reelection and he was unopposed, as is Roy Mitchell, candidate for reelection from the third ward. In the Second Ward, where Holland H. Cooper is retiring after 12 years as councilman from that ward, will be succeeded by Charles 6. Gunby. the only candidate to file from that ward. Mayor Donoho Reelected SEAFORD, Del., March 4 (Special). Mayor George W, Donoho was reelected mayor without opposition at the annual municipal election -yesterday afternoon for his seventh consecutive term. He was elected for one year, but under the new charter, which is before the present Legislature, th mayor will be elected for a two-year term, instead of one. Karl K. Brown, president of the First National Bank, was elected councilman for a three-year term, succeeding Nathaniel M. Conaway. who had completed a three-year term, and did not seek reelection. Brown was unopposed. The holdover members of council are W. Fred Burton. Charles E. Hastings, Harry A. Phillips, and Harlan A. Willin. Council will meet Tuesday night. March 11, for organization. There were 135 votes cast yesterday. Brown receiving 134, and Donoho, 129. Blades Reelects BLADES, Del., March 4 (Special). Mayor Da.il S. Holt, Council-men Oscar E. Peterson and Norris M. Davis were reelected a the annual town election here yesterday afternoon without opposition. Mayor I Holt was reelected for a one-term I and Councilman Peterson and Davis I for two-year terms, j The term of councilman Wilbur Ewell also expired yesterday and as i he did not file for reelection and no ! other candidate filed for his place, ! he will hold over until council ap- points his successor. There was very little interest in dressing a noonday interdenorruiia-vesterdavs poll only seven votes be- i tional Lenten service in St. An- ing cast. Hold over members are Howard Griffith and J- E. Hastings. The council will "meet Tuesday night, March U, for organization. Jl I', i IL. 12 Constables Reappointed Levy Court Names Officers For County Hundreds; Bonds Also Approved Levy Court today reappointed 12 New Castle County constables for terms of one year. Bonds of the officers previously had been approved. The officers and the hundreds in which they will serve are: Wilxning-; sentenced in the Kent County Court i ton 'Hundred, Clarence Burton, of Oyer and Terminer to life im-Harry Kety, George R. Long, and j prisonment in 1925 on a charge ef : Max Anderson: Christiana Hun-j a. felonious assault on an aged white ' dred, Winneld Whittington; Bran-j woman, for a full pardon or com-: dywine Hundred, Joseph E. McVey: j mutation of sentence. A V- V VnIr" V. 1 V VOL Campbell and King McNally; White Clay Creek Hundred, Percival R. Roberts. Jr.; Appoquinimink Hun-: dred. Wilson T. Money: Red Lion Hundred. Calvin H. Staats: Black- j bird Hundred. Joseph E. Hazel. j The court also appropriated $36,- j 001.96 to the Old Age Welfare Com- mission for direct relief during March. To make possible this ap- : propriation, the commissioners . transferred $45,000 from the budget item of notes payable. The court authorized County Engineer John W. Alden to proceed w ith sewer connections on Christian Street, Lyndalia, as requested in a : communication received from A. M Munn, town clerk of Newport. J. Rogers Holcomb. county treasurer and receiver of taxes, reported that m'sccllaneous receipts for the weak ending Feb. 28 totaled $713.42. The following balances also were reported: To the credit of the county, $200,644 07: Appoquinimink Hundred. 54 cents; Blackbird Hun- dred. $905; Brandy wine, $2,673 12; Christiana -Third, $599.98; Chris- 1 tiana Fourth, $4.272 92; Mill Creek. $1,131.11: New Castle, $879.02: Pen- rader, $296.59; Red Lion. $7.35; St. j Georges. $45 46; White Clay Creek. I $1,055.48. ! The court received and recorded j the oaths and official bonds of Coun- i ty Treasurer Holcomb and County ! Comptroller Louis A. Haywood Hoiiiscy Firm to Show Work iuN. V. Exhibit The Wilmington architectural firm. Virtorinne and Samuel Horn-sey, has been invited to exhibit in the "40 Under 40" show of the Architects' League of New York, 115 East Forty-sixth Street. The Homseys will show their work in connction with their home, a shooting box, and tha Wilmington build'ng of the State Motor Vehicle Department. Architect from all part of ths country are taking part in the exhibit, limited to architects under 40 years of age. Heads Press Group GREENSBORO. Md., March 4 (Special'. Miss Kathleen Edwards,; daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kellor Edwards of near Greensboro, has j ben chosen to head the annual j Middle- States Scholastic Press Asso- eiftion luncheon which will ba held j Jn'Wilmlngton, Saturday. i V l ; mmmmimmimirmremmmrwmwmmmmmswmmmmmmm I Mayor T. W. Records Laurels chief ex'ecuttve will be un opposed in next Tuesday mu- ra DV '-' Pilc wrrn nicipal election for a second term.m br,5k out tne audi- . . j ence and the entertainer while False Security Is Lenten Topic Bishop Taitt Declares People Act Like Nation, In St. Andrew's Meeting " 1 1 ' People, like nations, often lull themselves to a false sense of se-; curity by putting out of mind the mistakes of the past, and ij is follow- ir.g these periods of prosperous .se - curity" that a collapse often occurs, the Very Rev. Dr. Francis M. j Taitt, bishop of the Episcopal Dioce:-e of Pennsylvania, said today in ad- drew's P. E. Church. "Man," Bishop Taitt said, "should use his past errors as stepping stones in building for a, full life ahead." He pointed ." He pointed to the fallen nations of Europe as personifications of men who have disregarded their past errors. The speaker was intro- duced by the Rev. John E. Large, rector of St. Andrew's parish. An organ recital by Harrison Walker preceded Bishop Taitt s address. Miss Mary C. Kinder will be guest soloist at tomorrow's noon-clay service, it was announced. Homer White Is Denied I Pardon by State Board j DOVER, March 4 (Special). : The Board of Pardons today denied i the application of Homer White, White, in his petition, maintained , he was innocent and was convicted' as a result of mistaken identify, i Another ground of his petition was his record while a prisoner at the ; New Castle County Workhouse. WEDNESDAY SPECTACULAR FDSG4 COMPLETE 'QXtwfr t vt? e5S HURRY! SUPPLY LIMITED COME ONE!! COME ALL!! BUT COME WEDNESDAY WILMINGTON'S LEADING lilllslUtf.IM'HL Will 7 1 3-7 1 5-7 1 7 KING ST. Four Indicted In Strike Case By Grand Jury ffraring on Charges Arn Expected lo End Today With 2 Already Held Indic'ments charging malicioui mischief against four women, involved in the Amalgamated; Leather Companies' strike, and against on man, in the attack on Covisin Le' I entertainers at Auga'tin Beach. were returned tooay sy line t'x CtmlXf Cn-ivstv Grand Jurvl i PJfteen persona were indicted to- 'day and nine yesterday, bringing the j total at this session to 24j I Florence B. Young. Margaret ! Hare, Ann Marone, and Catherine i Hare, all of whom are charged with, throwing paint on heme of tvir employes of the Amaigama'ed Leather Company on Feb. 7 during i the strike, Trere the fs-jr women 1 Indicted. Paint Throwing Charged According to the indictment returned by the jury, the womn j threw paint on the homes of Jarr.e i J. Smith, 101 North Van Buren i Street: Carl Mack. 1213 Wert 8e-' ond Street: An'onio Anast05ie, 832 i West Second Sreet, and Brum i Catalino. 1221 Wert Fourth Street. employes at the plant. The women are expected to v on trial next week in the Court nf General Sessions. Joseph Kulinowsltt of near S. Georges, also Indicted cn a charge of malicious mischief, i alleged to hnv: brokrn gla and otherwise damaged the automobile cf Arley 3. Ellsworth, known "Cousin Lee." entertainer, of 1607 West Fourth Street, on Nov. 13 at Augustine Beach. Kalinowski was one f thoe ar- Cousin Lee was playing in a. dance 7 : hall at the resort Indictment Lite! j Others indicted by the jury tMav j are: Clifford L. Dixon. poneion of liquor; Manuel Martinez. John C. j Garcia. Jose Severs. John Alvarez. ' ail charged with larceny; 3amuel ; Langford, two charges of lirceny; : Geno Barbierri. Dominicic Di Patre, breaking and entering; William L. skoiod0w5ku ! embezziement. ! Eisht true bill were returned against nine persons by the grand jury yesterday. Indicted yesterday were: i,ueiu Brown. Benjamin Deshielda. James StaaU. George Harden, and Oakley ; Minor Banning, all cn charges of larceny; William J. Murphy and James F. Murphy, breaking and entering with intent to commit larceny, and Mchael Ruskowski. breaking and entering; and Louis ralumbo, embezzlement. The grand jury is expected to finish its work this afternoon. j j Parishes to Be Represented i . ... catholic pansnes in wunuegton i wui ce represen.ra a;, & tuiujer to night at Winkler's Restaurant. 1413 French Street, when plans for a post-Lenten Catholic Youth Organization dinner-dance will be discussed. A chairman will be appointed and various subcommittees farmed for fe:tion of the orchestra, hall and programs. The annual athletie awards of the C. Y. O. wUl be made at the dance. 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