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THE BURLINGTON FREE PRESS AND TIMES: TUESDAY, JUNE 2 7, 1939 PAGE EIGHT Budget Would Leap $105,000 If All Requests Were Allowed, Says Mayor Post To Give Cabinet Member 19-Gun Salute A 19-gun salute will greet Postmaster General James A. Farley upon his arrival at Fort Ethan Allen this afternoon at 4:10. The Postmaster General Farley Expected To Address 400 At Banquet Tonight Will Make Many Brief Stops, and Will Have Escorts of Officials All Along Route From New Hampshire Line To Burlington Lions Club Elects Quinn President Hasbrook Gives Talk On His Experiences Eugene E. Quinn of 15 Colonial square was elected president of the Burlington Lions Club at a Governor Aiken To Speak July 2 At World's Fair It Will Be Vt. Day; Co. K Escorting Him; Symphony To Play More than 400 persons are ex-'of Waterbury is president of the Police Summon Boys To Rally Against Ragweed Police requested last night that all Boy Scouts and other boys who wish to join in the drive to rid the city of ragweed meet at police headquarters this morning at 9:30. The police scout troop, under the direction of Scoutmaster Er-win G. Ignaszewski, will cooperate and the hope was expresesd others would join in the crusade. This season's ragweed campaign nas been instigated by Mayor John J. Burns, who asked the police department to get it under way. pected to attend the banquet this State organization, evening in honor of James A. Far-j R H Standish. postmaster at ley, postmaster general and chair- iMontpelier. is State chairman of man of the national Democratic ;tne reception committee in charge committee, who will be the guest! of arrangements for welcoming of honor at the annual conven- tne postmaster general. Wel-tion of the New England A.o-:coming demonstrations will be ciation of Postmasters this eve-igiven all aiong the route for Far. rung at the Hotel ermont. ley as ne travels through the Farley will be the chief speak- j State. He will make brief stops er, and he will be introduced at nearly all postoffices in the by Dr. Edward P. Carroll, post-! towns through which he passes, master at Providence, R. I., ores- Luncheon At Montpelier n 'fr7'" Burlington postmaster, will wel- come the distinguished visitor and ! c?med ,at St- Johnsbury and other the postmaster delegates 10 the!PIacesfto Montpelier where a large convention. , delegation will be present. There . .. twill be a luncheon there in his Banquet Opens Convention honor before the trip to Burling- Although the visiting postmas-; ton. ters will register earlier in thej At Tafts Corners, many local day at the Hotel Vermont, the .persons and members of the New-banquet will be the first real part; England Postmasters' Association of the convention. The annual; will join the party as he goes to business session and election of j Essex Junction for the reception officers will be held tomorrow there. Both at Fort Ethan Allen morning. 'and Winooski. other demonstra- Among the speakers scheduled to be heard at that tune will before he reaches Burlinerton. be Philip J. Gallagher of Wo-, Here the entire postoffice per-burn. Mass., chairman of the leg-tsonnel will greet him before he illative committee of the Na-i inspects the local office and then tional Association of Postmasters; goes to the Hotel Vermont. The Peter F. Tague of Boston, post- banquet is scheduled to start at master of that city; John J. Bres-; 6:30 sharp. Farley must leave lm. postal inspector in charge at on the early sleeper for Wash-Boston; John F. Dinand of Bos-j ineton. D. C. ton. superintendent of the Rail-! In the party will be Ambrose way Mail Service, and Guy W. J. OXonnell. second assistant Pressnal of Burlington, inspector; postmaster general. Chief Executive Burns Hints At Need For Salary Cuts Mayor John J. Burns is beginning to get a headache over the budget for the new fiscal year beginning July 1. He declared that if the board of finance were to grant all requests for larger departmental appropriations, the budget's anticipated expenditures would total $105,000 more than a year ago. "This is simply impossible. We haven't the money. Our rev-eunes will be little if any greater, so the answer must be "No" to many of these requests," Mayor Burns asserted. Some departments, including police, have asked for new equipment, he said, while others want larger appropriations in general Clayton Carl, and one son, Leon Carl and one granddaughter. Interment took place in Starksboro. Harry Lyman from Connecticut has been a guest at the home of W. E. Martin the past few days. J. S. Sweet had a postcard shower Friday, it being his 80th birthday anniversary. Mrs. G. A. Carpenter and Mrs. Hazel Kimball were in Milton Friday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Brown. Mr a.nd Mrs. Leon Carl returned to St. Albans Saturday, called there by the deah of a cousin of Mrs. Carl. STROM' MIGHTY DRAMA OF FOX NEWS CARTOON, Mi T in mis aistrici. t. Association 10 Jieei The first white bread was made The Vermont chapter of the; by Hugh Laddington at the re-Postmasters' Association will also quest of an English nobleman who hold its annual meeting Wed- j wanted bread to match his table-nesday morning. Dr. T. H. Barry i cloth. A Grand Summer Beverage to meet anticipated needs. By law. the board of finance is re- j quired to give several departments an increase up to a certain limit. I The school department is one of (these. It needs more money be- cause of the new Taft school. ! All of which may spell salary .reductions, indicated the mayor. , The salary committee of the .board of aldermen is expected to make recommendations at a I special meeting to be called by ;the mayor for some evening this (week. On this committee are Aldermen Stimets. Beaulieu and I Rand. The board of finance held important discussions yesterday. Dance Tonight M. W. A. HALL, W. CHARLOTTE Marsh Krans and His Orchestra Round and Square Dances Dancing 9-1 D. S. T. Adm. 25c Meetings Announced Attention, O. E. S. Members of Temple Chapter. No. 75 will meet at the Gurney Funeral Home, 79 Spruce street at 1:45 today to attend the funeral of our late sister, Anna E. Davis. Per order. MARION BROOKS, W. M. MAT. 2:20 10c, 15c, 20c EVE. 6:55-8:55 10c, 15c, 20c, 25c Last Times TODAY A MIGHTY EMPIRE ! "NELLIE AT THE CIRCUS" LAST TIMES TODAY Mat. 2 P. M. 10c-15c Etc Cont. from JP.M 10c-25e TODAY Continuous From 2:25 P. M. 4 COMPLETE SHOWS Mat. 10c-25c Eve. 10c-35c jS salute will be fired by "F" Battery of the Seventh Field Artillery, commanded by Captain Harry C. i Larter, Jr.. and the Seventh Field Artillery Band will play. Postmaster General Farley will inspect the postoffice at the military garrison, where he will be met by Postmaster Patrick Mahoney of Burlington. After a tour of Fort Ethan Allen, the party will proceed to Winooski, the next stopping place, where an official greeting is planned before he comes to Burlington. Club And Fraternal Spanish War Vets Auxiliary To Install Mrs. Carrie Warner of this city, recently elected department president of the Auxiliary to the United Spanish War Veterans of Vermont, will install some of her local appointive officers at a meeting of James W. Flynn Auxiliary No. 3 in the rooms on Church street this evening at 7:30. Members of James W. Flynn Camp No. 9 are invited to attend the meeting and be present for a social hour following. Refreshments will be served. Fish and Game Club Meets Thursday Night The June directors' meeting of the Chittenden County Fish and Game Club. Inc., will be held Thursday evening at 7:30 in the city council rooms. This will be the final meeting until fall. V. F. W. Auxiliary Elects Delegates Tonight Members of Auxiliary No. 782. Veterans of Foreign Wars, will meet this evening in their rooms on North Winooski avenue to elect delegates to the organization's national convention in Boston. August 27 to September 1. Pi Beta Phi Mothers' Club Plans Luncheon The Pi Beta Phi Mothers' Club will meet at the home of Mrs. Laura Parker on Williston road, tomorrow, for a covered dish luncheon at 1. Transportation and further details are in charge of Mrs. Frank W. Knight, telephone 1004. WINOOSKI Farley Lawn Plans are complete, the stage is set. and members of the Winooski democratic family eagerly await the arrival of James Farley this afternoon at 4:50. Farley will arrive here from Fort Ethan Allen and will be met by members of the city council at the Barlow street intersection. There will be several invited guests and Mayor Gravel stated last evening he was in hopes of seeing a large delegation of local citizens turn out en masse. This is the i first time in the history of Winooski that a member of the United States cabinet has honored the community with a visit. To Meet Farley All members of the John Ryan Post, Sons of Veterans of Foreign Wars No. 1767. are urged to be present for assembly at their Weaver street rooms at 4 this afternoon. The boys are requested to wear their parade uniforms and they will march in the short parade this afternoon at 4:50 escorting James Farley, postmaster 'general, to the local postoffice. All local Boy Scouts are requested to meet near the Winooski Savings Bank at 3:45 this afternoon. The boys will appear in uniform as escorts to James Farley and will also be stationed at various corners and intersections to direct traffic and endeavor to maintain order with people on the streets. Leonard Chicoine will act as major and the flagbearer is Reginald Chicoine. Game The De Paul softball team eked out a narrow 3 to 2 victory over the Firemen last evening on Hawthorne Field before a. good crowd. The score was deadlocked at 2 to; 2 until the winners pushed across! a tany in the sixth which pushed them into third place in the NYA league standing. School Meeting The annual school meeting will he beld Thursday evening at 7:30 at the Memorial school auditorium. Election of officers will take place at this time, and eligible west ward voters will have the opportunity of electing a trustee for a three-year term. Lawn Tarty Held A banner throng was in attendance at Sunday evening's lawn party on the St. Louis Convent playground. The party was sponsored by the Sodality of the Blessed Virgin of St. Francis Xavier's Church for the benefit of the local parochial school. The Burlington Concert band, under ' the baton of Prudenzano. favored the crowd with several appropriate selections. Elect Officers The annual election of officers of the St. Stephen's Council, Knights of Columbus, was held at their meeting in the local Main street rooms. Sunday morning. The following were elected for the : ensuing year: Grand knight. William Maynard: deputy grand knight. Hector Thibault; chancellor, Edward Huard; treasurer, Hervey Meunier; advocate. Russel Niquette; recording secretary. Michael Trono: and trustee for three years, Albert Niquette. Returns From England Mrs. Charles Fitzgerald has returned to her home at Sunny Meadow Farm from London. England, where she attended the international conference of Federated Farm Women as a delegate of the Chittenden County Home Demonstration group. Following the conference, she enjoyed a few weeks' tour of England, Belgium. France and Holland. I Mrs. Fitzgerald accepted an in- business meeting following thej weekly luncheon yesterday noon in the roof garden of the Hotel Vermont. Other officers chosen were Senator Alfred H. Heininger, first vice-president; H. Dean Pearl, second vice-president: Leon D. Latham. Jr., third vice-president; L. T' Millington, reelected secretary; George M. Herberg. reelected treasurer; Charles M. Goudey, lion tamer, and John C. French, Jr., tail twister. Theodore N. Videto and Fred- j erick J. Hooper were made direc- j tors for one year, while Elliott; Cox and Olney W. Hill were elected directors for two years. Members voted to have a meeting this summer at the Weeks Industrial School. Vergennes, at which time they will put on an entertainment for the boys and girls give prizes and serve refreshments. After the business meeting, Charles Phillips Hasbrook of this city gave an informal talk, outlining som eof his experiences as a publisher in the south. Burlington Band Plays For Hospital Lawn Fete Tonight- Under the leadership of Moses J. Cabana, the Burlington Military Band will play this evening at the Fanny Allen Hospital lawn party on the hospital grounds. The program follows : March, Colonel Bogey Alford Overture, Princess of India King Selection, Laurentian Echoes Laurendeau French-Canadian melodies Popular hits: Wings Over the Navy Warren Penny Serenade Hallifax March, On Parade Herbert From "Sweethearts" Irish overture. Sons of Erin, Beyer Potpourri, Vienna Folk Songs Safranek March, Lights Out Roth Germany has issued stamps showing the first automobiles, introduced there in 1885 and 1886, and those of 1938 and 1939. Will Be Greeted Today; Party Held At Convent vitation issued to the residents of Colchester to visit Colchester, Eng., the father place, where she was royally entertained by the nmyor and his wife and the members of i the city council. The mayor decorated her with the Rose of Colchester; and she was guest of honor at a formal luncheon. Mrs. Fitzgerald was one of the 50 delegates chosen from more than 1000 persons attending the conference who were entertained at Windsor Castle, where they were greeted by the princesses during the absence of King George and Queen Elizabeth. To Meet Tonight The social committee of St. Anne's Society will hold an important meeting in St. Anne's hall at 7 tonight. Personal Mrs. Katherine O'Brien and Miss Helene O'Brien have returned home after a week's visit in New York city, attending the World's Fair. Molecules have heads and tails: each end has different properties. 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Mills, secre-' tary of the Vermont Commission on the World's Fair said com-i pleted plans for Vermont day at; the fair July 2 call for a speech j by Governor George D. Aiken, i with Company K, Vermont Na-j tional Guard, as escort, and a' concert by the Vermont Symphony Orchestra. Governor Aiken will fly to New York to dedicate the Vermont exhibit. His speech will be de-; livered in the New England build-! ing. The concert will take place in the Special Events building, from 3 to 4 p. m. Sunday, with about 65 members playing under; Alan Carter. A luncheon will be held in honor of Governor and Mrs. Aiken Sunday noon at Perylonj Hall. Members of the governor's official party and the Vermont I Commission wall be among guests.! The Vermont Women's Advi-Isory Committee on the fair will 'give a tea at 4:30 in honor of Governor and Mrs. Aiken in the National Advisory building. In charge of this will be Mrs. W. H. Beardsley of Springfield, com-! mittee chairman. , HUNTINGTON The funeral of Mrs. Clayton Carl was held at her late home Friday afternoon at 2, the Kev. James Struthers officiating. The bearers were John Carl, Avery Carl, Edward Douglass, Edwin Clapper, H. J. Stevens and Charles Drinkwater. There was a profusion of beautiful flowers from relatives, neighbors and friends. Among those from out of town were Mr. and Mrs. Leon Carl of St. Albans, Mr. and Mrs. Avery Carl of Bridport. Mr. and Mrs. John Carl of Monkton, Mrs. Anson Brown, Mrs. Ralph Brace, Mrs. Alice Brace, Mrs. Vesper Thomp- json, Heber Taft of Starksboro, jMr. and Mrs. Chester Briggs of New Haven, Mr. and Mrs. Norbert 'Chamberlain and Mr. and Mrs. Edward Clapper of Bristol, Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Bull, Mrs. Adah Bull, Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Douglass and family of Monkton, Mr. and Mrs. Ole Bull, Mr. and Mrs. F. N. Sears, Mr and Mrs. Stacy Hicks )f Femsburg, Colburn Pierce of Hinesburg, Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Smith, George Smith of Richmond, Mrs. Arland Tomkinson. The deceased is survived by her husband, Mat. 2:15 10c-20e Evening 6:45-8:45 10c-S5a Fri. & Sat. 15c-2Ro WINOOSKI, VT. Mon. and Tues. FOX NEWS Wednesday-Thursday "Wuthering Heights' BARN DANCE AT ERNEST LAPIERRE'S NEW BARN ON DORSET ST. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 28 Marsh Krans and His Orchestra Round and Square Dances Dancing 9 to 1 Admission 35c 152,2t. DR. P. C. DAVIS OPTOMETRIST Eyes Examined Glasses Fitted NEW LOCATION 15 No. Winooski Ave. Tel. 2203 Roller Skating Every Afternoon and Evening Ethan Allen Pavilion VERMONT'S FINEST RINK Admission 25c Telechron CLOCKS They're so attractive and they cost surprisingly little. $3.50 Up OUR SPECIAL "ADVOCATE" Attractive new design of wood covered with black Textileather. Like all other Telechron clocks Advocate is equipped with the superior self starting motor sealed in oil. , $5.95 Electric Wiring: Since 1885. Sherwin Electric Co. 92 Church St. Fhone 556 THE GREATEST 7jpMa ; AMERICAN yjmW ' THEM ALL! JjjL Entering the State from Beth lehem. N. H.. he will be wel- tions will be accorded the visitor K-l caw PROTECT YOUR CENTER LINE OF BODY WEIGHT IN HEALTH SPOT SHOES Most foot trouble is caused Ly shoes that do not give your feet proper support under the center line of body weight, letting them roll in, cramping nerves and blood vessels. THIS AFFECTS YOUR ENTIRE BODY. Weak feet can be straightened up to normal position, releasing cramped nerv es and blood vessels often relieving aches and pains of long standing. WRITE FOR FREE BOOKLET B. J. B0YNT0H 65 Church St. OF BEAUTY Dynamic Upright Tel. 238 Rose Barnes, 64, Denies She Felled Kane With Stick Charged with breach of peace in striking Frank Kane of 40 La-fountain street Thursday night. Rose Barnes, 64, of the same address pleaded not guilty in Chittenden municipal court yesterday morning, and was released on her own recognizance. Kane was taken to the Bishop DeGoesbriand Hospital the same night, suffering from a head injury, police reported. He is still there, but is said to be improving. Police charged Kane was struck with a stick of wood as he entered the door leading to the hallway of the building in which he lived. LOCAL BRIEFS Drove Without License Fred Bascomb, 21, and Victor Cheney, 20, of Fort Ethan Allen pleaded guilty yesterday morning in Chittenden municipal court to driving without licenses, and were fined $10 and $7.80 costs each. Sentenced For Drunkenness Charles Cote of 637 Riverside avenue was fined $5 and costs of $7.80 in Chittenden municipal court yesterday morning for first offense, intoxication. Robert Holland, 43. of Troy. N. Y.. was given ten days in the county jail for the same offense. Woman Jailed Mrs. Dorothy Douglas of 716 Riverside avenue was arrested late last night following a disturbance at that address, and charged with breach of peace in a warrant issued by City Grand Juror Richard H. Cowles, police said. Officers stated she was locked up in the county jail. Dr. H. M. Levin's office at 103 Shelburne road which has been closed for the past two weeks, will reopen this afternoon at 2 o'clock. Advertisement. 151,2t. Personal Mention Mr. and Mrs. Roy R. Bartlett of Shelburne road are visiting in Gardner, Mass. Miss Frances Warren has returned to Hardwick after a brief visit with friends in the city. Mrs. Holbrook Lowell, Jr., and son. Richard, are spending a week in Winchester, Mass., and Hartford, Conn. Natives had to cut down the jungle on the bank of the river at Rejaf. near the Sudan-Uganda border, to make possible the preparation of a new landing place for flying boats of a trans-African air line. State LAST TIMES TODAY MAT. S P. 31. lOc-JOe Burlington's Finest Eve. 6:53-9:00. Sound Theatre 10c-25e BETTE DAVIS Brings You Her Crowning Triumph in A grand love story that will stir your emotions! Never a love story so exquisite! A dramatic triumph! DISNEY CARTOON NEWS Tne in WMFF at 11:15 A M. Mon.-Frt. j Hinesburg Town Hall Ansplcrs Eastern Star, Hinesburg, Vt. TODAY, June 27 Here they are folks. Yonr radio favorites in person. The Broncho Busiers America's greatest square dance band. 3 singing . callers. Gala stage show 9-1f, followed br Round and Square Dancing. Daylight Saving Time. Don't Miss This Attraction. Adm.: Gents 10c; Ladies 35c; Children 15c. Purriefs T"f ITQeg Of VOOTH White Felts and Straw Hats $V95 up MEN ! ! ! Special scalp treatments, Tuesday and Thursday evenings from 7 to 8. Phone for appointment. N. Y. Beauty Shop Milner Hotel Fhone 1137 ! i ! I ! ; 1 CONDITIONS OFTEN RELATED TO WEAK. FEET' NECK AND HEAD Stiff Neck Neuritis -JPINE AND PELVIS Nervousness i Postural Defects Arthritis ' Rheumatic Pains) Muscle Spasms I'nlevel Hips L'nlevel Shoulder THIGH AND CALF Cramps Muscle Pains Sciatica , , Varicose Veins , ANKLE AND FOOT Arthritis f Rheumatic Pains) Rat Feet Swollen Ankles Numbness ' Defective Calf Rigid Joints SPEAKING Windsor Spinet $250 f JOHN HOWARD GAIL PATRICK J WILLIAM FRAWLEY HARVEY STEPHENS WED. "NANCY DREW with bonita THUR. TROUBLE SHOOTER'' GRANVILLE FLVMW TUES. and WED. Daylight Saving Time TODAY COME EARLY 4 4 SHOWS AT 2:25 - 4:28 - 6:48 - 8:48 FEATURES AT 3:07 - 5:30 - 7:30 - 9:30 BREATHLESS EMOTION! 1 These Modern Pianos By SMS "SONS OF LD3ERTY" COMING THURS. - FRI. - SAT Story and Clark ARE BEAUTIFUL IN TONE, LOVELY IN DESIGN Also MASON & HAMLIN IVERS & POND CHICKERING Bailey's Music Rooms NEWS CARTOON JOMHMT VEISSMULLER O SULLIVAN plum thm wondr-boy TARZAN, Jr. SAT. 4 SHOWS CONTINUOUS FROM 2:25 P. M. 159 Bank St.

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