The Brooklyn Daily Eagle from Brooklyn, New York on May 23, 1946 · Page 17
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Stent Hunters Sek Stylish Turquoisa Las Vegas, Nev. 0I.F9 The fash-Ion decree from New York and Hollywood that blue wu the accessory color of the year had reverberations Way out on the lonely Nevada desert. The style pace for blue cent semiprecious stone hunters scurrying over the desert, looking for blue tones for costume Jewelry. W. M. Brown, president of the Southern Nevada Miner aloglcal Society, said Jewelry manufacturers want blue stones to match ensembles this year. "So we're all digging for varisclte and turquoise again," he said. The fashion for blue has boosted the price of turquoise to $100 a pound. A few years ago it brought only a few cents. Brooklyn Notes will be directed by Mrs. Edythe S Baird. New officers were installed yesterday at the season's final meeting of Ivrlah of Watbush In the East Mldwood Jewish Center, 162S Ocean Ave. Mrs. Marie Lazare, president of All Ivriah. was the installing officer. Those Installed were Mrs. Gertrude Baltuch, president; Mrs. Edith Sonin, Mrs. Daisy Dorin and Mrs. Claire Mittleman, Vice presidents; Mrs. Nellie Unger, recording secretary; Mrs. Sarah Weiss, treasurer, and Mrs. Maud Dyenson, cultural chairman, Mrs. Fannie Lang has been elected president of the Parent Teachers nnnnnn 1131 u juuuu o Dicneu BSGirjPBernrjT LesMn tha labor of your laundry . your 999. other household tasks . . with new, improved DAZZLE triple-filtered for extra purity 1 Use DAZZLE in your laundry to bleach cottons, linens . in your washing water to brighten linoleum, enamel stoves, tile, bath tubs, refrigerator, clean garbage pails, sinks. Ask fpr DAZZLE at your grocer today 1 Read direction! carefully DaxtU quickly HcfesdbM Evtry otttnttvt Kind of imtlL f.LniUCQTT C0..rMSAIC,NCW JHBlT 71 YUM IN RUSINCSS earning, lus trous wall finish that washes like a china plate. Goes on like magic . . . painters say twice as fatff as old-style 98 wall paints. Has practically no odor. Requires no undercoating or sizing. Brushes are easily cleaned with water. A high oil content water-mix enamel. A GALLON (S ts.-lM4) $1.18 a quart FOR WALLS OF RICH, SUIDI-LIKI TEXTURi A GALLON HM a quart This is the original one-coat water-mix oil emulsion .wall paint. Durable and washable, Easy to apply over wallpaper and most surfaces. No unpleasant "painty" odor. Dries in 30 minutes. Association of Public School 138 at 760 Prospect Place. She succeeds Mrs. Dina Newman, Other officers are: Mrs. Peggy Donahue, vice president; Mrs. Helen Walton, recording secretary; Mrs. Anna Webber, corresponding secretary, and Mrs. Cella Friedman, treasurer. The association is sponsoring a bazar June 13 in the school. At meeting last night of the board of directors of Brooklyn Chapter, National Association of Cost Accountants, held at the Cen tral Y. M. C. A., 55 Hanson Place, Oeorge Kattenhorn, ne ly-elected ' The third anniversary ef opening of Rhoda Schaap Council House, 227 Brighton Beach Ave., will be observed Sunday afternoon with a Spring Carnival. There will pany's plant, 88-06 Van . Wyck Boulevard, Jamaica, the' The x"ravlnS P3" of th u. s. Public Health services antituberculosis campaign. Plaque in memory if Calendar TONIGHT BROOKLYN EAGLE, THUR., MAY 23, 1946 17 United Hospital Fund of fiw York of sprvic Bwarai ia oospii.au oluuwii T-.... U.I.I I IK Election ftnd Installation of offttn of, ' ' ' . ,th aneka r mgvxmM Club o Brookiyn. Tower, iAFaaS ' , .. . , . , . 'lie Womn, ll Joralmon St.. S:lS. I ).' " V"r., --- SJ-.v.Ij. ?.'" ..! Thuln n.rt for bfnfflt of F-den- m.mhlr. f th. Bat Tam. 1 I Association of Coronsi National Hall, 85-13 L!?n Protestant Welfare Aiencits, Royaia members 01 the Bgt. James u.!38tb Ave., Wlnfitld, 8.30. iThfater. Manhattan. 8:1ft. Betty Weiner and Laura Simon are dfty i honor of tnree members of in charge of arrangements. the post who were killed in action: Sgt. James J. Bealln, Lt. Walter V. A rally under the sponsorship of the American Labor Party 23d A. D. Club will be held June 6 at the Parkway Theater, Eastern Parkway and St. John's Place. The theme of the meeting will be "Open the Gates of Palestine." Speakers will include Terry Rosenblum, the Rev. Benja president, appointed the followinglmln Richardson, editor of the Prot- committee chairmen: Milton C. Becker, special activities; Leon H. Curtice, publications; Thomas V. Gillespie, education; Michael E. Harris, program; George J. McConegny, meetings; Kennedy estant, and Johannes Steel, radio commentator. Proceeds from s luncheon to be sponsored this Saturday at the Fishery Restaurant, 2 W. 48th St., Manhattan, by Justice Temple of Scott, publicity; Paul B. Weid-ithe Pythian Sisters, will be used to mann, membership; George L. Wil- purchase candy and other gifts for helm, employment, and Robert A. hospitalized war veterans on Ellis Wlnans, member attendance. Island. The gifts will be presented in The Brooklyn Rotary Club en-: memory of Lt. Harold S. Rocketto ( Have you heard about the NEW ) V Water-Mix Wall Enamel that's I ideal for kitchen I jfg (ttid bathroom walls I A and woodwork too?J H ti IP Joyed an exhibition of sleight-of-hand and other magic with Its luncheon yesterday in the Hotel St. George. Dr. Joseph Burgun, Brooklyn dentist and Rotary member, was the magician. Sons and daughters of the members were guests. Borough President John Cash more, other public officials, and prominent clergymen will attend memorial exercises May 29 at New Utrecht High School. Two oak trees will be planted, one as a me mortal to the 82 former students of the school who were killed in World War II, the other in honor if those who returned. A ceremony dedicating a grove in Palestine In memory of the late Rabbi Naghman H. Ebin will be held May 28 at the Jewish Community House, Bay Parkway and 79th St., under the auspices of Ha-dassah, women's Zionist organization. Rabbi Irving Miller, vice president of the organization, will speak. The Brooklyn Navy Yard Garrison of the Army and Navy Union is sponsoring a reception this Sat-, urday at its headquarters, 148 Flat- bush Ave., for Lt. Charles Shea, holder of the Congressional Medal of Honor, and for Col. Richard Cole, who has Just returned from over' seas. A dinner in honor of returned war veterans will be held this Sat urday at the Hotel Granada under the auspices of the 10th A. O. uem ocratic Association. Borough Presl dent Cashmore, Fire Commissioner Quayle, First Deputy Fire Commis sioner Moran, State Vice Command er Vincent D. Cronin of the Amerl can Legion, and Joseph T. Sharkey, vice president of the City Council, are expected to attend. Ketchum Hennessey Post Auxil iary. V. F. W., will visit Castle Point Veterans Hospital on June 23, tak ing eifts to 250 veterans there. Mrs Nan Grossman, general chairman of the committee of arrangements, is being assisted by Mrs. Betty Mar cus and Mrs. Cella Castor. About 40 members of the unit will make the trip. The annual communion breakfast of the Holy Name Society of St, Augustine's R. C. Church will be held at the Columbus Club, 1 Pre pect Park West, June 9, following mass at 8 a.m. lh the church. The Rev. Joseph Sohreiner . and Special Sessions Court Matthew J. Troy will be the speakers. A proposed amendment to the constitution of Branch 68, National Association of Postal Supervisors, will be voted on tonight at Ameri can Legion Hall, Pierrepont . ana Fulton Sts. The Sunday School of the 12th St. Reformed Church, 12th St. and 4th Ave., will present a variety show, "Country Capers," tonight and tomorrow in the church hall. The show will feature Bunny Sher- iden, Carrie Terrell, Beazy Banks, The Carson Boys. Lucille Brown, Clayton Barfitt and "Our own Rockettes." It was produced and who was killed in World War II. His sister, Mrs. Edith Greenstein, and his sister-in-law, Mrs. Sylvia Rocketto, are members of the temple. The speaker at the luncheon will be Mrs. Harry Brooks, president of Jewish War Veterans Post Auxiliary 254. Gloria Senoil, 19, of 338 W. 28th St., Manhattan, has been selected as Queen of the Brooklyn College Student Council dance in the college gymnasium June 1. Miss Senoil, tall, blond and slender, was selected yesterday at a meeting in the college's Little Theater. Magistrate Edward Thompson will speak tonight at a meeting of the St. George Association of Tele phone Employes in Calvary Church House, 21st St. and 4th Ave., Man hattan. The annual communion service and breakfast of the asso ciation will be held Sunday at St. Bartholomew's Protestant Episcopal Church, 51st St. and Park Ave Manhattan, and the Commodore Hotel respectively. The church serv ice will be at 8 a.m. A rift of 30 notable books pri marily for Catholic readers has been made to the Brooklyn Public Library by the Brooklyn Circle of the International Federation of Catholic Alumnae, it was announced today by Dr. Milton James Per' guson, chief librarian. The volumes, now ready for circulation in the Brooklyn system, in clude "The Basic Writings of St, Thomas Aquinas," in two volumes, edited by Anton C. Pegis of the Fordham university faculty; unris-tianity in the Market Place," by Michael de la Bedoyere; "God and the Atom," by Ronald Knox; "War time Mission in Spain, by Carlton Hayes; "The Christ," by Abbe Con' stant Fouard; "The Making of Europe," by Christopher Dawson, and "Our Good Neighbor Hurdlt," by John W. White. County Commander Michael J. Buckley of the Army and Navy Union of the United States will be presented with a plaque for his organization tomorrow at the Brooklyn Naval Hospital. The Army and Navy Union was very active In sending 340 radios to veterans hospitals in the area, and Brooklyn Naval Hospital received 140. The plaque will be set up in the clubhouse at 148 Flatbush Ave. Commander Buckley will head a delegation from his organization which will place wreaths in Cypress Hills Cemetery and Pinelawn Na tional Cemetery this Sunday. Albert I.ewin, president of the In dependent Republican Club of the 20th A. D., was unanimously desig nated for State Committeeman of the district at a meeting of the club in the headquarters of B. M. T. Post, American Legion, Broadway and Monroe St. He will oppose Anthony M. McCabe, Republican leader of the 20th A. D., in the primary elec tions. An X-ray examination of Fair- child Camera and Instrument cor poration employes is scheduled to. morrow and Monday at the corn- Flight Officer Sigbergman and Arthur J. VogeL A parade, preceding the monies, will start at 86th St. and Bay Parkway at 10:30 a.m. Evelyn R. Lawrence, a graduate be games, entertainment and. Bealln Post. American Leeion. will card party .ponaored b women'a com dancing. Al Reznick. Millie Roth, Le unveiled at the clubhouse Sun-Sen. tSlHt m? iJSPfXXri. Welcome Home celebration for aervlce men and women of Church of the Ascension, Lout Battalion Hall, Flmhurnt, 8 The celebration will also mark 20th anniversary of founding of church. Secretary of Commerce Hmr? A Wi - lace speaks at annual convention of Brook -prp. l?n Jtwi&h Communttr Council, Academy tclc of Music, 30 Lafayette Ave., 8. Presentation of "Plantation Revelry." a minstrel chow, br Fellowship Club of Hoijr Trinity Lutheran Church, 90-20 161st fit., HolUs, 8:30. Installation of officeri of Order of Natsau Hospital. Oarden City Hotel, 7 30. Installation of officers of Oirls Snlor Leatue of Boro Park V M. and T. W. H. A . 4610 14th Ave.. 8. 30. Presentation of pis v. Th Tamtnr of the Shrew." by Jamea Madison Huh School Dramatic Society, Bedford Avt. nd Quentin Rotd. 8 30. Annual dmner-danca of PYank L. Duffy Post, American Leiion. Pelxmann'a Rca Dinner celebratini 50th anniversary of tiurant, 4th Ave. and 39th St.. 1.30. of Brooklyn College and Brooklyn mrrentjJ- 8ULe 01 New Vorl' Ho11 NfW Law School, Cla8 Of 1943, has Annual chool pity and entertainment nnpnAd a 1awr nffir nf htr nam nt Dy cniidrn of St. Vincent de Paul Church openea a law Oince OI ner own ai in observance of jubilee celebration of or- 44 Court St. She Is the daughter of iSi"'" R,lv ,fdwifrliiif,fto.r!l!i - . . , , , .ias pastor of the cnurch, N. 6th St. and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lawrence of Drug, Ave., n Presentation of 'The Male Animal" by Dramatic Society of St. Jonn'i College. 'DfQrar Hall, Levia and Willoughbr ;Aveg.. b. 1433 72d St. Bay Ridge Post, Sons of the I A ttintl Rollarlrnn Amrrlrun Tinn tt,lly ,0 bol'"h Wood-Rankin Commil- gion equaaron, American Liegion, tMi undPr ,ukplce, o( veterans Against will conduct a dance this Saturday f Tgth a, , u.nhP. "' 34 Meeting of Kings County c-iuneil. Jewish War Veterans. 427 Pulton 8t.. 830. Dr. Clarence Tucker Crais addresses annual citywlde Spring meeting of 8undar Ochnnl iin.r)nUnil.nl, RrAnklun D.nl - of ihe.eiisnt Center, 104 Clark St., 8 Presentation of comedy. ''The Humdinger," bv St. Joseph's Parl'h Dramatic Club, Academy of Music, 30 Lafayette Ave.. 8. Designation of "Joseph Ooldstein Night." New Lots Jewish Center, New Lots and Pennsylvania Aves., 8. Annual meeting for presentation by at the clubhouse, 345 78th St. A floor show will feature the event. The annual "Power Night' James M. Power Democratic Club will be held Saturday at the Columbus Club, 1 Prospect Park West. The lower freshman class at St. John's University will sponsor a dance tomorrow night at the college when a king and queen of the dance will be selected from among 10 candidates representing the various classes. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Heidrich of 56 Winthrop St. celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary at the Mldwood Restaurant. They have lived in the Flatbush section since their marriage. A meeting of the 24th A. D. Democratic Club will be held tonight at the clubhouse 367 New Lots Ave. Tax Commissioner Robert P. Wagner Jr. wilL be the principal speaker. The Libber Band for Christ will be guest at the special services tonight at the First United Christian Church, Troutmai St. and Evergreen Ave. The constitution of the Bedford and Eastern Parkway Chapter of the American Veterans Committee will be read at a public meeting of the group next Tuesday night at 1218 Union St. Lt. Jack C. Grode, the chapter's constiution chairman, will read the document. Raymond Wilks, chairman of the organization, will preside. A gift of post colors will be made by. the. South. Brooklyn. Savings Bank to the Gordon Maher Post 1428, American Legion, at its victory ball tomorrow night in Menorah Masonic Temple, 5000 14th Ave. John T. Roberts, assistant vice president, will make the presentation'. Arthur E. Knapp, president of the Nassau Savings and Loan Association at 2815 Atlantic Ave., will be feted at a dinner next Tuesday at the Hotel Bossert in recognition of his 25 years of service with the association. The dinner is sponsored by the boar dof directors. Charles Echmann is chairman of the ar rangements committee. Arthur Horowitz of 23 Ludlam Place has been elected editor of the 1947 Lexcion, City College of Newi York School of Business graduate yearbook. Mr. Horowitz returned to the col lege last semester after almost three years of service with the air forces where he held the rank of staff sergeant. The Water Must Be Boiling Warm a crockery toapol Put In on toaipoonful oftaa fox each parson. Add traih, bubbling, BOILING watar. Staap fiva minutas and aarra. Only Fine Quality Gives Fin Flavor r Jyjf i I won't be a minute Don't think me rude, but I've a date with Beech-Nut. I won't be long. Beech-Nut meals go quickly . Or won't you join me and learn aboutBeech-Nut'sfine.full flavor? 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