The Brooklyn Daily Eagle from Brooklyn, New York on October 24, 1931 · Page 11
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BROOKLYN DAILY EAGLE, NEW YORK, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1931 Ml 11 Salvation Army, Plans Three Food Depots in Brooklyn To poiul Third of $1,250,-OOOFiindHere City Voles : $15,000,000 Jobless Aid ; The 8alvation Army was perfect' Ing plans today for increased activ ity in Brooklyn this Winter. -; Three food depots will be established in the borough. One will be at Army headquarters, Ashland Place near Hanson Place; one at 359 1 Court St., and one at 520 50th St. i . .The. staff pf the family welfare department at Ashland Place will be increased from four to eight per sons. The Army hupes for the discontinuance of bread lines through the utilization of food depots. It plans to spend about one-third of its estimated relief budget of $1,250,-000 in Brooklyn. ! Bishop Thomas E. Molloy yesterday asked Brooklyn Catholics to create parish conferences of the Society of St. Vincent De Paul in every parish where- conferences have not already been established. .' The Board of Estimate yesterday authorized the $15,000,000 relief fund appropriation recommended by Controller Charles W. Berry and Public Welfare Commissioner Frank J. Taylor. The money will be raised by Issuing three-year serial bonds. Mayor to Name Three The Board of Estimate also empowered the Mayor to appoint a commission of three or more members to operate an emergency work bureau. - The Los Angeles yesterday participated in the first day of Jersey City's three-day unemployed benefit airshow. . On Nov. 12, the Emergency Unemployment Relief Committee of Greater New York will begin a house-to-house drive for contributions, using 2,000 volunteer workers as canvassers. Former Gov. Alfred 3. Smith will be in charge of the canvass. ' The United Neighborhood Houses or New York, Inc., issued a statement urging greater real co-operation among neighborhood welfare agencies. B. F. Feiner, Attorney, Dies in 17-Story Fall : Benjamin F. Feiner, 53, a partner in the law firm of Feiner & Skutch of 37 Wall St., Manhattan, was killed shortly before last midnight when he fell from the terrace of his penthouse on top of the 19-story Hotel Lombardy at 111 E. 56th St., Manhattan, to the roof Of a two-story extension. '. Mr. Feiner, who was the father-lrt-law of Richard RodRers, a soti writer, of 50 E. 77th St., Manhattan, had been In poor health for several months and had been under the..-constant-, care of a trained nurse. Last night he went for a walk on the terrace and, it is beloved, became faint and lost his balance. Attack on Subway i Financing Plans ; Nettles Walker Sees Sniping at 5-Ceut Fare Belli nil Criticism of Short Term Bonds .JThe Board of Estimate yesterday afternoon concluded public hearings on the proposed $631,000.-000 city budget for-1932. Arguments were made ' a;ainst paying for the construction of the new subways by issues of short term bonds, which must be met by budget appropriations. ; Mayor Walker, evidently nettled by these assaults on the so-called Delaney plan' of financing subway building, burst out: - ;"A11 this talk about -these short-term bonds being a hardship on the taxpayers is nothing but an attempt to destroy the five-cent fare!" - -Jacob Haffner, representing tht New York Merchants' Association, said that if long term rapid transit bonds were substituted for the short-term bonds the budget total could be reduced 25 percent. v "Why should the present, generation be compelled to pay the greater part of the cost of subway construction?" he asked. "It certainly would be rntlrelv Just, to leave a substantial part of ' the cost to be met by future genera- tions who will enjoy the transit facilities now being provided for their. as well as for us. Mr. Haffner was followed In the same vein by Edward B. Doyle, representing the New York Real Estate Board; Arthur W. Gerston, executive secretary of. the Brooklyn Real Estate Board, and others.'- Congregation to i Celebrate Its j . 90thBirthday Primitive Methodists in ; Anniversary Program for Sunday and Monday 'The First Primitive Methodist Church will celebrate Its 90th anni versary tomorrow and Monday. The pastor, the Rev. Reginald Howard Bass, will preach the .anniversary sermon In the morning and conduct both morning and evening services tomorrow. The anniversary supper will be held on Monday evening followed by a public meeting when former members will return for a reunion. The present pastor wgs callrd ,two and one-half years qo and tinder his pastorate the membership has more than doubled und many new nrean'.ratlons have been formed. The chorus choir will j present special programs - at ' the services. , The Rev. Dr. St. Clair Hester, rector of the P. E. Church of the Messiah will preach tomorrow moraine: on "Accusing God Because of Hardships," and In the afternoon on "Irrelevant Curiosity and Dutiful Doing." The Rev. Dj. Frank E. Simmons will preach tomorrow morning. In the evening he will conduct a Sailor's Day service with sailors from the Battleship Seaman's Y. M. C. A. and others from Brooklyn ports. This is the ltith annual service for the "Y" boys. Raymond F. Barnes, treasurer of the Episcopal Diocese of Long Island, will speak tomorrow- at St. Ann's P. E. Churcn. on "Impressions of Missions," giving his experience in visiting missions this Summer in China, Japan, Hawaii and the Philippines. The annual canvass of the parish will be conducted in the afternoon. A large group for the tour has been enrolled by the rector, the Rev. Samuel M. Dorrance. The Rev. Dr. J. Lane Miller, pastor of Central Methodist Church, will preach tomorrow morning on "God's Bread." In the evening the Methodist Preaching Mission will be opened with Bishop Leonard of Buffalo as preacher. At the Classon Avenue Presbyterian Church, the pastor, the Rev. Dr. P. A Mucdonald, will preach tomorrow morning on "Marionettes or Men." In the evening the choir, under the direction of Alderson Mowbray, will give selections from. Mendelssohn's "Elijah." The pastor will lead the tmidweek service on Wednesday, having for the topic the Sunday school lesson for Nov. 1. Epworth League Opens Three-Day Annual Convention Rev. Victor Larson Pleads With Young People to Work for Good of Church Members of the Epworth League of the New York District of the Eastern Swedish Conference opened their three-day annual convention last night at the Elim Swedish Methodist Episcopal Church, 7th Ave. and 48th St. ' - Delegates are assembled from all the Swedish churches In the district and include, beside those from Brooklyn and Greater New York, members from Delaware, Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Connecticut. Forty-nine delegates are presenting 15 chapters of the league. Following welcoming addresses from John Olund, president of the New York District, Rudolph Anderson, president of the Elim Chapter, and the Rev. Herman Young, pastor of the church, the Rev. Victor Larson, pastor of the First Swedish Church of Brooklyn, delivered the conference keynote address. 'Charge to Youth' Taking as his topic, "A Charge to Youth," the Rev. Mr. Larson impressed upon the young people the need, in the face of present conditions, to return to the reality of God and the necessity of knowing God in order that they might work for the good of the church. "We have made God our servant and deified ourselves," he charged. In the crisis of the war we did re turn to him for a while but then we forgot again and indulged ourselves in an age of frivolity and carelessness. "We cannot play with sin and have God nor can we deride holy things with impunity. "Now I believe the" pendulum Is swinging back again. We are facing conditions today when we must de pend upon Him. God will not fall us until we complete the task of building up His church so long as we yield to Him and trust Him." ' Plea to Young The Rev. Mr. Young told In his welcome address that he had established one of the first chapters of the Swedish Conference 35 years ago when he was pastor of a church in Brockton, Mass. , Francis Benson, the fraternal delegate from the Boston and Worcester District, also greeted the meeting. Universal.- ALLliOULC JmmssumaiM OCFAN AND TJITMAS AVENUES . FOUNDED APR II, S. 184S FOR PEOPLE WHO THINK SERMON TOPIC: "LIGHTS ON 'I AN EDISON MEMORIAL . SERMON Minister. CORNELIUS OREENWAY ' I OUR rATHLR tT f W MEETING HOUSE A , " S 1st Universalis, Clin- r ton Avenue, between n.M mnA riH... saaa' ton Avenue, between Gates and Oreene. Thomas Edward Potterton, D.O. 11:00 "If Univrr.ali.m It True, 1 Why Preach ll " Child of Grace Spiritualist Church GRACE RAPISARDA Services Tuesday and Friday. 2 and S P.M. 4S7 Avenue V (Culver Llnei Aventta X 81 at inn T. M. C. A. W LIVTNCSTON ST. 'niav. 4 no P.M. -Mrs ELLA POMBPOY. Leader .'BLI TO RECEIVE IT" X i Y M C A ji I IMI INfTRMCTIOaj J awtaicA'i taiATiir aisu macn . iOMIfi TALBOT II Mot-lfCTASiAN euatic IHVlTia ffl Misrellaneoui A News of the Churches , , The Church of the Pilgrims will continue the new series of Wednesday evening meeting with the general subject. '"The Bible in Song and Story." The subject on Wednesday will be "The Bible as Tennyson Quotes It." The Rev. Dr. John C. Walker is conducting this series. Dr. Charles" H. Sears, returned from a six months' study of conditions in Japan, will be guest preacher tomorrow morning at Emmanuel Baptist Church, speaking on "Christian Penetration In Japan." The Rev. Dr. George A. Clarke will preach at the afternoon vespers on "The Scarlet Letter." The Rev. Dr. Mark Wayne Williams, pastor of Hanson Place Baptist Church, will preach tomorrow morning on "The Eyes of the World and the Sdul of the Kodak: What Did Edison See on His Deathbed?" and in ' the evening on "Money and Your Life: the Spiritual Mastery of Wealth." The Rev. Dr. John Howland Lath-rop, pastor of the Unitarian Church of the Saviour will preach tomorrow morning. The Rev. Edward J. Manning will preach In the chapel In the evening on "The Power of Cheerfulness." Dr. Lathrop will conduct services at the Graham Home in the afternoon and speak at a disarmament meeting in Providence, R. I., on Thursday evening. The Rev! Dr. Russell Morse Brougher, pastor of Baptist Temple, will preach tomorrow morning on "The Secret of Answered Prayer" or "How to Get What We Pray For" and In the evening on "A Rich Man In Hell." A children's dedication service will be held at the beginning of the morning service. St. Paul's P. E. Church, Flatbush, will hold Its annual Masonic service on the evening of Nov. 1. Kings County Lodge, under the escort of 'Clinton Commandery, will attend the service, to be conducted by the rector, the Rev. - Dr. Wallace J. Gardner. .. ,. .- The Rev. E. M. Lawrehce Gould, pastor of the Church of the Neighbor, will preach tomorrow mornln? on "The Church on an " Lsland." The Junior League will meet for supper and discussion. "Probation After Death" will be the subject of the Lesson-Sermon In all Churches of Christ, Scientist. Citations will be from the Bible and from "Science and Health, With Key to the Scriptures," textbook of Christian Science, by Mary Baker Eddy. ' ( Drt Henry Neumann, leader of the Brooklyn Ethical Culture Society, will speak tomorrow morning at the Brooklyn Academy of Music, on "Thou Shalt Not Steal," second of a series on "The Ten Commandments." j The Rev. Dr. Donald Grey Barn-house, Bible teacher and radio preacher, will speak on Monday evening at Spencer Memorial Presbyterian Church on "Where Are the Dead?" The Rev. Dr. J. Stanley Durkee, pastor of Plymouth Church, will preach tomorrow morning on "The Secret Purposes of God." In the evening Maxwell A. H. Wakely will Presbyterian " - Jcffarson . LOWKEY HORACE ' 11:00 A. M.-Sermon Subject: ' ' "VVOMHN OF TOMORROW" Olrl Bcont Service Inaugurating Girl Scout Week 7:45 P.M. MASONIC NIGHT Montailk Lodge No. 286, F. sermon ouojeci: "THE. SONG OF MOSES" Dr. Fendrich will preach both services. 9:45 A.M Sunday School. 8:00 P.M. Wednesday, Prayer Meeting. iCafagrttc A,trmtf I Corner. Lalayelle Avenue and South Oxford State! , Subway to Atlantic Avenue ALVIN E. MAGARY ) ' . . ." JOHN El STEEN j M""sfer Dr. Magary. will preach 11:00 "Law and Testimony. v 7:45 "Doe's Human Nature Change?" I 11 -f mjt m m CHURCHES BEDFORD CHURCH 3EOROI WELLS ARMS Pastoi ' 10:45 A M. "CHRISTIAN CERTITUDE" Rev. MINOT C. MORGAN. DO.' Associate Pastor, Fltth Avenue Presbyterian Church, Ne York city, will speak 8:00 P.M. "THE SONSHIP OF CHRIST" Rev. FREDERICK W. LEWIS. D.D., Vice-President. Biblical Seminary. New York City, will speak. Noatrand Avenue anft Dean Street Morning Worship 10:49 Krenlng Worship. I: (Ml Organ Recital 7:40 GRACE CHURCH . 10:45 A.M. WANTED ! ANOTHER REFORMATION fi:0n "GOOD THEORIES THAT WILL NOT WORK UNION HFRV7CE of LavU Av), Conf. Church of Oood Tiding nd Orc. Both Mr. MrPherson nd Mr. Ouhne will brief Hrmoni on bov themt. HERMAN PAUL GUHSE, MlDlUer Sinvvesant Avenue at Jefferson A"eniie Mprnlng Service at 10:45 . !hurrh School at 10:00 A.M. FLATBUSH CHURCH HERBERT H. FIELD, O.O.. Minister 1100 A.M. MORNINO WORSHIP t 8:00 P.M. "PRICE AMONG THE ECONOMIC DOCTORS" Dr. FIELDS Preaching - 45 A.M. BIBLE SCHOOL Fouler Avenue ind Em 23d Street Mtti nhiK Wumtiiti. 1 1 HU MEMORIAL CHURCH Rev IOHN Ro Minister II on A.M. SPECIAL MUSICAL SERVICE- "ON TAKING SIDES. - 8:00 T.M YOUNO PFIPLBS SUPPER AND MEETINO, Seventh Avenue at Si. John's Plsre t Morning Worship, 1 1 :IM1 speak before the .Young People's Group on "Will Our Grandchildren Pity Us?" The Rev, Dr. Charles L. Fry of Philadelphia will be guest preacher tomorrow morning at the Lutheran Church of the Incarnation and mark his 50th year in the ministry by speaking on "The Ministry Fifty Years Ago and Now." The Rev. Dr. Harold S. Miller, pastor, will, speak at the evening service on "The True Greatness of Thomas A. Edison." s Dr. Horatio W. Dresser will conduct a series of four Wednesday evening conferences at the Unitarian Church of the Saviour on "Health nd Inner Control," beginning on Wednesday with "The Art of Health." He will also be available for, free consultation at the church on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday mornings. The Rev. Dr. J. Percival Huget, pastor of Tompkins Avenue Congregational Church, will preach tomorrow morning on "The Worth of Duty." In the evening the Rev. Ernest E. Youlz will give the last of a series oa "Important Questions" with the subject "In What Direction?' The Rev. Dr. Thomas E. Potter-Ion, pastor of the Uni versa list Church of Our Father, will preach tomorrow morning on "If Univer; sullsm Is True, Why Preach It?" The Fifth Church of Christ, Scientist, will dedicate its new building tomorrow at 12th Ave. and 45th St.' Services, with special pro grams, will be held in the morning, afternoon and evening. ' Annual Meeting; of Baptist Ministers .The Long Island Baptist Ministers' . Union will hold its annual meeting on Monday morning at the Carlton Y. M. C. A., 405 Carlton Ave., with J. Willard Orthlip as speaker on "Out in the Highways and Hedges," Illustrated by crayon sketches. Luncheon will be served after the meeting. Reports of committees, election o.'i officers and plans for the coming year will be on the program. The Rav. Milton A. Slade, pastor of Memorial Baptist Church,-wlll preside. Nominate St. James G. O. Candidates Candidates for offices of the General Organization, student governing body, were nominated yesterday at St, James High School. Election will take place Oct. 29. Candidates are: - , ' , PRESIDENT John McCann John Cuniiiiings Juices Muriay John Colliuson VICE PRESIDENT Clifford Morgan Joseph Taylor Edward ongione ' " SECRETARY JoHenh Hayes ' Edward Ewen BoleslAiii Bielakl. Anthony Horan TREASURER . Thomas Palvey Peter Broderlck Thomae Costello , - Michael Coviello Adolph Navarra JOIN CHORAL Cl.tIB Geneva. N. Y.. Oct. 24 Miss Ethel Faust, 434 7th St., aftd Miss Frances Reynolds, 191 Arlington Ave., freshmen,, both, Brooklyn, were today named members of the William Smith College Choral Club here. Presbyterian Ml'M Ava. FtNDKICH. O.D, . LUKENS. Th.M ft A. u. PrrBlwtrrtan (Elfurrl) bbb Fulton "L" to Noatrand Ave. t Nostrand aurfaea car to Dean St. Bergen -surlace car to Nostrand. Fulton "I," In Trey Av. or Ptitnwn Av. iurfuce er to Stuy-v fit ant. B. M. T. Brighton 1 local to Newkuk Ave. station, church six blocks East. Flat-bush surlace car to Fooler, one block West. I ?"e'nc'.hr T'h"n'.l Piece, churrh is on; 7M Annual Meeting for Chinese Missions The Rev. sntl Mrs. Robert W. Porteous. missionaries (or the China Inland Mission will speak at the annual meeting oi the Mission on Thursday afternoon and evening at Spencer Memorial Presbyterian Church. They will tell of their experiences as prisoners lat year In the Province of Kimmsl when captured by brigands. Other .speakers will be the Rev. Robert Hull Glover, home director of the Mission for North America; the Rev. W. J. Hanna, missionary In Manchuria; the Rev. W. H. BuUtone and the Rev. C. J. Olittenbei'K, missionaries In West China, and the Rev. and Mrs. E. J. Weller, missionaries' in Honan. The mission maintains 1,183 missionaries, 3,222 Chinese workers, 297 stations. 1.894 out stations, 15 hospitals, 88 dispensaries and 292 native schools. Rev. A. B. Moss Talks On Palestine Problem The problem confronting Great Britain in Palestine as the result of a pledge to establish a Jewish National Home in that country, was described by the Rev. Arthur Bruce Moss, pastor of the New York Avenue Methodist Episcopal Church, at the weekly forum meeting last flight of the Bedford Y. M. C. A., 1115 Bedford Ave. The problem, according to Mr. Moss, is to divide the territory between Jews and Arabs In such a way as to Insure each religion its privilege of maintaining a holy center in the country. Miss Villa Faulkner Page will speak tomorrow morning on "Chaining the Lion Fear" before the Fellowship of the Life More Abundant at the Brooklyn Masonic Temple, and on Monday evening at 489 Washington Ave. The Rev. Dr. Wilson O. Cole, pas-tor of Janes M. E. Church, will preach tomorrow morning on "The Lift of Loyalty." In the evening he will speak on "The Dependence of a Giant." At the Wednesday evening service, at which the attendance is steadily increasing. Dr. Cole will speak on the teachings of Jesus In the Sermon on the Mount. The Rev. Walter A. R. McPherson, pastor of Lewis Avenue Congregational Church, will preach tomorrow morning on "The People Are Yet Too Many" and on Wednesday evening on "What Can Righteous Minorities Do to Help Create a New Earth?" .' The Rt, Rev. M. M. Thomas, missionary bishop of Southern Brazil, will preach tomorrow morning at the P. E. Church of the Holy Trinity. In the- evening the Rev. L. Bradford Young will preach on "Apathy." The Rev. Louis t. Talbot of Hamilton, Ontario, will speak on Monday evening at the Bedford Y. M. C. A. Beginning tomorrow morning a Bible class or young men will be conducted with Vernon 8. 8mith as teacher and George Euerle as president. The Rev. Morgan Phelps Noyes, pastor of First Presbyterian Church, will preach tomorrow morning. Mrs. Ella Pomeroy will speak tomorrow afternoon at 50 Livingston St. before the Unity , Society of Brooklyn on "Able to Receive It." Presbyterian SPENCER MEMORIAL PRKSBYTERIAN Remten and Clinton Streets i One Block West of Doro Hall Rev. F. E. SIMMONS, D.D., M niner Arthur Billings Hunt. Musical Director Rev. Dr. FRANK E. SIMMONS will speak on "FISHERS OF MEN" and "A CREAT INVENTOR'S FAITH.r CHOIR OF 60 VOICKS !FMUXryn At Monroe Street . Rev. p, A. MhcDONALO, D.D. 11:00 A.M. "Murionei tet or Men." - 8:00 P.M. MumcnI Service. Mendelssohn "Elijah." frotentant Episcopal St. John's Protestant Episcopal Church 8t. John'i Place, near 7ttt Ave Rev. GORDON D. PIERCE , RECTOR 8:00 A.M. Holy Communion. 9:45 A.M.-Church Srhool. 1 1 i00 A.M. Confirmation and Sermon by the Rl. Rev. I, I. BLAIR LARNED. 7:30 P.M. Choral Evensong and Sermon. THE RKCTOR WH.L OFFICIATE AT ALL BERVICUa St. PaiilV CM iirr h K "... . I rLnmunn i Church Avenue and St. Paul's Place j Rev. Wallace T. Gardnkh, D.D. Rticior 7:30 A.M. Holy Communion. 8:30 A.M. Holy Communion Choral. 1100 A.M. Morning Prayer and Sermon. 8:00 P.M. Evening Service. Church of the Messiah Greene and Clermont Avenues Rev. ST. CLAIR HESTER. D.D., Rector ft: 00 A.M. Holy Communion. 9:45 A.M. Church School. 4:30 P.M.-Vesper. and Address. WacOME TO All Clinton and Carroll Streets Rev. Gregory Mabry, Rector LOW MASS. 8 00 and 0:30 A M.-SOLEMN HKIH MASS and SERMON by Fr. Weedon, 11:00 A.M. VESPERS end Hk'KMON by Ihe Father Hector at 8 00 P.M. SpiritualiKt Coamopolit.n Spiritualist Church ohnlnn Huilriing. 12 Nevma Street, every L rr.niAN IIVI I, mreei every inursnay, aundar .evening. Wednesday afternoon, 2:00 P.M. Mra. J. C. MURPHY. Catholic News ' At St. James Pro-Cathedral to morrow, the Diocesan Choir of 100 voices, under the direction of Rev. Lawrence H. Bracken, will sing at the high mass at 10:30. The Instruction will be given by the Rev. Edmund Reilly, and the subject will be the Eighth Commondment, dealing with false testimony, detraction and calumny. The other masses at St. James are at 12:45 a.m.. known as the midnight mass. 6:30. 8:00, 9:00, 12:00 noon. A short program of organ music will be given before the high mass by the organist, Charles Lauria. A pilgrimage In adoration of Christ, the King, for the unemployed and for general prosperity will be held at the Shrine Church of Our Lady of Solace, W. 17th St., Coney Island, tomorrow afternoon at 4 o'clock. The Solace Lamp will burn for the Intentions of all who attend the exercises, Including the employed as well as those seeking positions. A novena for the dead will begin at the Shrine tomorrow and close on All Souls Day. A -novena of masses In preparation for All Souls Day will begin In the chapel of St. Vincent's Home, Boerum Place and State St., tomorrow and will end with a solemn high mass on Monday morning, Nov. 2, at 10 o'clock. Members of St. Vincent s Guild and ajl bene-factors of the Home are cordially Invited to attend. All Souls Church To Honor Edison Mr. and Mrs. Herbert F. Gunnison have donated an Edison calendar to the services tomorrow of All Souls Universalist Church. The calendar is 10Hx8 Inches ,ln sire. Gunnison, is chairman of the Advisory Board of the church. An Edison service will be held In the morning with a sermon by the pastor, the Rev. Cornelius Greenway, on "Lights On." An autographed photograph, which was presented last year to Mr. Greenway by Mr. Edison as part of the pastor's collection of famous signed photographs, has been reproduced and will be presented to the congregation tomorrow. Miss Jeanne Mar-chant will speak at the Young People's meeting on "The Value of a Good Voice." Dr. Brougher Will Be Guest Speaker The Rev. Dr. J. Whitcomb Brougher, father of the Rev. Dr. Russell Morse Brougher of Baptist Temple, and pastor of Tremont Temple, Boston, will speak on Monday evening at the annual banquet of the Long Island Baptist Social Union. The banquet will be held In the banquet hall of Frederick Loeser & Co. Miscellaneous illifl C,reat 10-nnn-nn0 Candlepower V DjUUv Buried Sunshine And have raised Book your organization for a November nr December program of EDUCATION, COMKDY and COMMUNITY SINGING. MOTION PICTURE BUREAU FLfuS nsi 281 Tompkins Av., Brooklyn ) , Manhattan Bahai BAIIA'I CENTRE JIB WEST S7TH ST., STH FLOOR Sunday. 4:00 P.M. "Youth and Economic Peace a Challenge and a Solution." Speakers: Rabbi Jafob Eiser. Paul ReU. Ira Reld, Max Delson, Martha Root, PUBLIC INVITED Baptist CflLVHRVB.PTIST 57th St.. between mh and 7th Avas. WILL H. HOUOHTON. Pastor, preaches 11 oo "The World and the Wilderness 7 JO "Has Prophecy Anything to Bay to Us Today?" 3:00 Mr. James E. Bennet. WeUnexdav 7::t0 Midweek Service. Bun. Wecl. Bioiidcasts WQAO. W7m. 1010k 1)1 vlnt Science. (Cburrli of tlir Erutlj 11 W. 42d St., Room 40 Rey. ALBERT C. OR1ER. Pastor 1100 A.M. "Continuous Revelation" S:00 P.M. "Inquire Within" . Services every noon and Wed.. 8 00 P.M. . t,m.u rm tub- uiriT.TNn OHB1ST FIRST CHURCH or D1V1WB onafiws BILTMORE HOTEL II AM. EMMET FOX, OF LONDON THE POOD SHEPHERD" Mental Selene. FENWICKE L HOLMES igffiitt Chsftl Hall. 1B3 West S7th St.. II OO A M, New Thonfht Mrs. MARY CHAPIN NEW WALDORF-ASTORIA ASTOR GALLERY XTm' "HEALING ALL THINGS" - Mperint Itnnir AH Wrtromr riroaiti sating Mniuln.v 12:16 Noon, UTIRft Undenominational CHRIST'S MISSION Huge Protest Meeting Against Burning Bibles JIKCCA AUDITORIUM , 1.11 WM V)th Street SUNDAY. OCT. 25, 3;00 P.M. Teieuct Muftowan. Director Mr. JOHN BONI),)r CHARLES FAMA, Rev.' HAKHY W. MURPHY and others. "Thf t'lllhttlle pt ltat nt Aitllrnll f'o. rniln iHtar lluwrt flnkrit tAe tmiilml In hi tup Ik HihliM III Mm Hff se ttittitr a btiftim ill KIH." X. f, H'liltli J'lo, Ant. IS. ri.?f. The Rev. Quentin T. Lldhtner. pastor of the Baptist Church of the Redeemer, will preach tomorrow morning on "New Wny to Happiness" anrU In the evening on "The Sin of Judas." Manhattan Church News Mrs. Mary Crispin will speak tomorrow morning at the new Waldorf-Astoria on "Healing All Things." The Rev. Dr. William Norman Guthrie, rector of St. Mark's-ln-the-Bouwerie, will preach tomorrow morning on "Shall We Rebuild the Temple on the Third Day?" In the afternoon the memorial presenta--tlon of Kahlil Gibran's "Prophet" will be given Its fifth annual presentation. ' Henry Hyatt. Internationally known as the "Million Dollar Crook," will speak at the! Rescue Mission tomorrow afternoon, superintendent Thomas J. Noonan will preside. The International Union of Gospel Missions will observe Its 18th anniversary on Tuesday afternoon and evening at Calvary' Baptist Church with a banquet between the sessions. Leaders of missions and Ihe Rev. Dr. Donald Grey Barn-house will speak. The Rev. Will H. Houghton, Calvary pastor, wllKspeak In the evening. Four student speakers will discuss "Can Youth Today Find Genuine Happiness?" in the afternoon. Dr. Richard Lynch will speak tomorrow morning at the Unity Society on "Your Starting Point." . Christ's Mission will hold meeting tomorrow afternoon to protest the burning by priests of Bibles In Rome which had been collected and distributed by Methodists In Italy, John Bond and Dr. Charles Fama will be among the1 speakers. John Doane will direct the presentation of the second part of Haydn's "CreBtion" tomorrow afternoon at the P. E. Church of the Incarnation. The Rev., H. Percy Silver, rector, will preach In the morning. ' Dr. William C. Carl will conduct Handel's "Samson" tomorrow afternoon at First Presbyterian Church. Miaa Edith Osborne will speak on Tuesday evening on "The World Court in Action." The pastor, the Rev. Dr. J. V. Moldenhawer, will preach in the morning. Handel's oratorio "Samson" will be presented tomorrow evening at First Presbyterian Church with Dan Gridley In the role of Samson. The Christian Business Men's Committee will meet, tomorrow afternoon at Calvary Baptist Church, with James E. Bennet aa speaker on "Comparison of Religion, Science, Philosophy and Salvation." The pastor, the Rev. Will H. Houghton, will preach in the morning on "The World and the Wilderness" and in the evening on "Has Prophecy Anything to Say Today?" Miscellaneous Church People Have Seen the $10,000 for charity, rhon LA fay tit 3-8800 ' -4 Churches Presbyterian First Presbyterian Church Fifth Avenue, 11th and 12th atresia ,.,, I Rev. J. V. Moldenhawer. D.D. Minlswra J PnlP, P. Kmotb. 4 O 45 A.M. Church Srhool. 11:00 A M. Dr. MOLDENHAWER. B OO P.M. Young People's Society. LxTt:0fl P M. Hsndel's Oratorio. "Hmon." Mid-week Service. Wednesday. a:tm P.M. Protestant Episcopal Okarr (Eljurdj Broadwav aod 'n'h street The Rev. W. RUSSELL BOWIE. D.D.. Kioi 8-00 A.M Holy Commuoion. 11:09 A.M. Morning Prayer and Sermon. Rev. FRANCIS A. SANBUKN 1:00 P.M Choral Evensong and Hermon . Rev. E. FELIX KLOMAN NOONDAY SERVICES: Tuenday to Friday, IJ M tu 12.S8. . GRACE CHAPEL 410 East 14th Street Rey. FRANCIS A. SANBORN. Vicar i Services 8 and II A M 4 and k P al. OAiNTfYjAnrrs f IM-THC-A4?bMMWKINC laMtt 9eM. Was. f fmmum WI11IAM NOKMAN CUTHKtl.aifGTW '9:00 A.M.Holy Communion. 11:00 A.M. Sermon by the Rector. 4:00 P M. Olbrea'a "THE PROPHET" presented In Oram, and Dance. 1:00 P.M. "HOLY WATRR" Service. CHURCH OF THE INCARNA HON . Madison Avenue and 3Mh Street Rev. H. P. SILVER, D.D.. Recior 8 00 and 10:00 A.M. Holy Communion 11:00 A.M. Morning Prayer, Litany. Sermon-Rector. 4:00 P.M. Special Music Service. Part II, "THR CREATION." Joset Haydn Noonday Services, V. 20 to 13:40 daily, except Saturday, Music and address. TRANSFIGURATION ' Lim.H DIIIWCH ARIWSI) THH innKH Rev. RANDOLPH RAV. D.D, Rector Communions S and 9 (Dsllv 7 :tOi 11:00- Mlssa Cantata. Sermon. Rector 4:00 Vespers and Devotions einiriluatist X SPIRITUAL AND ETHICAL SOCIETY COLLEGE HALL, HOTEL ASTOR SUNDAY. J:30 P.M. Mrs. CORA COX OF PHILADELPHIA will deliver an address, followed by . Massage Service. A BEN K FIT MEETING ' trill hi M GEORGE W1LUAMS FOR THE ' SPIRITUALIST CHURCH OF HELP OP MANHATTAN n Frldsy, October 301ft. at I 15 P M. Johnston Building, I Nevrns St. Evening devoted to messHses. Miarellanefiu. 11.00" Dr. RK.HAffD LYWp ' VAT IB ITigfTTun rTvT- AUDITORIUM ... 33 Wwt 3flih fllreet 'Hunt Kin of Man Who Killed 3 of : Family and Self JoI.Ioh TiAiirrllnti Waiter: 1 k Wifo, GranHon," Daughter and Die by Ga Police are searching for relative of Joseph Kanzlan, 55, waiter, whfi slew his wife, daughter and grandson yesterday with a hatchet and ended his own life by gas. In the;" meantime, funeral plans are being; held up. ; The tragedy occurred In the). Kanzlan home at 1.1B-35 226th St.,1 Laurelton. Queens. It was discovered last night when Long Beach public school officials sought 1 to learn why Mrs. Eva Hyland, 27,, Kanzian's daughter, had not re-, ported for work as a teacher yei. terday. t They telephoned neighbors Who. went to the Kanzlan home and detected the odor of gas. They notl-. fled police who broke In and found ; Mrs. Hylan's hacked body In a bed. In a front room on the second floor. ' Her 4-year-old son. Richard, wa dead beside her. They, apparently, -' had been killed In their sleep. I In a rear room on the upper floor-; police found the body of Mrs.-' Kanzlan. Near her lay the hatchet: used by Kanzian, whose body was found in the kitchen where he had-seated himself before Jhe gas stove and apparently placpd a gas tuba to his mouth. The tube was new.-police said, indicating It was bought. foi the purpose. According to neighbors, Kanzlan recently lost his Job as a waiter at a .In Lynbrook. CORPORATION NOTICES SEALED BIDS WILL BE RECFIVED BT ' th President ol the Borough nt Brooklyn, I at Room ai. Borough Hall, Brooklyn. J until n am. on , wr.nNKsnAv. NovrMRFR 4. mm. FOR FURNISHING TWO 'J' .-TON MO. TOR TRUCKS WITH DUMP BODIES FOR THE BUREAU "OP SEWERS. BOR-vJ OUOH OP BROOKLYN. , The time allowed for the delivery ol tru , trucks and mil performance ol the con- tract Is 45 consecutive cslendar davs. The amount ot security required will M ' 2,000. J Each bid must he sccompsnled he a, security deposit of 1100 In cash or cer- , tilled check payable lo the Comptroller of The City of New York. Bidders will he required to slate a prtra per unit, together with total lor tht entire contract Bids will be rnmpared and rontract , awarded at lump or aggregate sum. ' Blank forms may be obtained st t.h Office of, ihe Borough President. Room Jl. J Borough Hall, Brooklyn. HBINRY HESTER BFiftn, ? Borough President, , t Btrinstruelton ta Bidders nett I last ' page. , 'C-SIBI 022-101-osiih J SEALED BIDS WILL BE RECEIVED BY the Commissioner ot Correction, at the ' ofIce of the Department of Correction, ! Room 2402. Municipal Building. Manhat- , tan. uniil 11 a m.. . i FRIDAY. NOVEMBER d. . FOR FURNISHINO ALL LABOR AND' MATERIAL NECERSARY OR REQUIRED TO FURNISH 1N8TALL AND CONNECT COMPLETE ONE NEW 18"X100" RE- TURN RIBBON, FLATWORK IRONER, MOTOR DRIVEN IN THE LAUNDRY. ON THE TOP STORY OF THE WOMEN'S ' PRISON. AT THE CITY PRISON. BROOK- .' LYN. 149 ASHLAND PLACE. BROOKLYN. The bond required for the faithful performance of the contract will be 1900. Time allowed to complete the work will ' be thirty (301 consecutive working dsya i after the notice to the contractor to begin : work. Certified cheek payable to the Comptrol- ler of The Clly of New York, or csh. m ' the amount ot '14.1 must scrompany tha I bid and be in a separate envelope. Blsnk forms snd specirtcetlnns may Ha had st the office of the Department ol ' Correction. Room 2402. Municipal Build- ' tng. Manhattan. RICHARD O. PATTERSON JF... 1 Commissioner. Bar-Inslmetions to Bidders nrit la last ' Page. iC-5821 034-lflt est) HEALED BIDS WILL BE RECEIVED BT the Commissioner of Purchaw of The Citf of Nrw York, at his Office, Room 1000. Municipal Builfllna. Manhattan, from , .m to 10 10 a m., on MONDAY, OCT. M. I Ho rough ol Bronklrn. FOR. FURNISHING AND DELIVERING 8HOVEIS TO THE DEPARTMENT Of SANITATION. The time for tn performance of ton- tmcta Is for 30 competitive calender dava after the endorMment ol tha certificate ol the Comptroller. No bid una II be considered unlfni It ! accompanied by a deposit of S100 00 Th amount of ftecurltr required ia i2.0O0.0O. The btddrr will atate the price per unit, . aft called for In the schedules of quantities and prices, by which Ui bldft wilt b tented. The extensions mut be made snd foofed up, as the bids will be read front (he total, and awards, If made, made t , tha lowefft bidder on each Hem or cla, , as stated In the schedules. Specifications referred to In the ached- o utes may be had upon application at Room 1901. Municipal Building. Manhattan. Blank forms and further informs Una) . may be obtained at. the oft ire of the De . partment of Purchase, 19th floor. Municipal Building. Manhattan PETER J. DOOLINO. Commissioner . (0-554) 014-lOt ou A hot r7nstruetlona U Bidders, next m last pa I ' - SE'ALKD BiDS WILL BE HrXKIVED PY the Commissioner of Hospitals ol The CUv of New York, at ht OtMce. Room lOhO. Munlripal Build inn. Manhattan, from V a.m. to 1Q:;h a.m.. on MONDAY, OCTO. IUR, 2th. l:t, Borsnth mt Brooklyn, FOR HJKNISHINO AND DELIVERING MILK AND CREAM. The time for tha Rerformanre of contracts is from Nov. 1 19 ov. ;io. 1931. No bid shall he considered unless It la accompanied by deposit. Such deposit shall be In an amount not less than on and one-half percent of the to in I amount of the bid. The amount of security required Is thirty percent of the contract amount awarded. The bidder will stale the price per unts, sn called for In the st bed ulna of quantities and prices, by which " the bids will ha tested. The futennlons must be msrie and) fooled no. as the bids will be read from tha total. and awards, (f made, made to tha . Inwrst bidder on each Hera or el, as stated In the schedules. Specifications referred to In the schedules may be had upon application at Room -0n0. Municipal Buildlns. Manhattan. Blank forma and further Inform atioa) may be obtained at the office of rhe Department of Hospital. 10th floor, Munict .. pal Building. Manhattan. J. O. WM. OREEFF. M. D.. Commissioner. ItFMea (general Instmetient t Bidder n lat sage. oH-10t-ojiuA-B) SEALED BIDS WILL BE RECEIVED BY the Commissioner of Water Suno'y. Gas and Sleftricitv. at Room 233 1. Municipal Bulldlntr Manhattan until 11 im on FRIDAY, OCTOBER 10. 11)31. FOR HAULINO AND LAYINO WATY MAINS AND APPtlRTENANrra fN AVENUES K N AND W SCHENECTADY. TROY AND t2TH AVFS-. H AVFMEYF7, -ST FELIX. E MTH. E 17TH E IHTH AND E. 4IID STB.. WELLINGTON COURT AND IN KINOS HIGHWAY BOROUGH OP BROOKLYN The time allowed for doing and com olefin n the entire work la before the expiration of thirty '30 consecutive' working days. The amount In which securltr Is Required for the performance of the contract la thre thousand dollars 'Sii.OOOt. Deposit ftith btd must be the ium of on hundred and ftftv' dollars l.V)i. Bidders shall submit lump sum md for furnishing all the materials (except such materials as are to be furnished by tha 'Cliv and for furnishing all the labor required to lav and Install the mains and aopurtenaiices show on the contracts complete Blank forms of btd. proposal and contract, including specifications, approved as to form bv the Corporation Counsel. en be obtained upon pa v menu of a denosit nf at Room 2:i51. Municipal Bmidins., Manhxttau. which will be refunded upon ihe remrn of the plans and speciOcatlona In good condition wtthln one week after the data of th lertme JOHN .f niETZ. CommiAstoner. Pated October 19. 131. 1 Instructions la Bidders neis to laM Mte. ic-yMi oii-ioi os :t

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