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NEW BRITAIN DAILY HERALD, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 19?..
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RADIO SHOP Downstairs or From Temple Street Berlin News NEW SCHOOL PLANS GRQWINGBRIGHTER School Board to Prepare Es timate ol Cost TO CALL TOWN MEETING Services In CUurthos Tomorrow Morning To Give Industrial In ; uructions in Hooked Bug Mak : lnS Injured Men Comfortable. rfM.nt fnr the construction of a new school building in Berlin are growing brighter daily and some definite action on the matter will be ! taken up by the school board within the next month. The board has j been holding special meetings dur ing the past weeks to receive esti mates of the costs and plans for a building from various architects. The final estimate will be given at a special meeting to be held this coming Wednesday evening and then the board will be ready to pre pare data for the residents of the town showing the cost for erecting a new school. After the school board has put all the necessary information into tangible form, a special town meet ing will be called to place the facts before the public. The cry fori a new school building has been made for a number of years. Miss Mary Griswold, superintend ent' of the schools, has pleaded In her annual reports for a new school and has appeared before the school board to present her case. She has prepared- important data showing the vital necessity of a new school plant, recommending in her last an nual report that steps be taken for the Immediate construction of a school on the Ailing site with proper facilities for a modern Junior high school. To Give Instructions Individual instructions in hoolTed rug making will be given by Miss Oleo Sands of Hartford at the Community house in Berlin on Tuesday. November 2. from 1 un til 3i3 o'clock. Those wishing to remain all day are asked to bring a basket lunch. Coffee will be served. Miss Sands will bring needles and some patterns but suggests that each one bring a small piece of burlap and pieces of either woo!, cotton or silk. This is for anyone in the town of Berlin. No charge will be made except a small dona tion to pay for the use of the Com munity house. nesting Comfortably , John Parca, 42, of Kensington, who suffered bad cuts to his left hand when It. became caught in a whirling machine at the Holmes brickyard yesterday.,, is undergoing treatment at the New Britain Oenr eral hospital and is resting com fortably. Mill Griswold of Cromwell re ceived serious injury to his foot Thursday while working at the Berlin Construction company. H's foot was crushed when a bar of iron fell upon it. Several small bones were broken. Arrested By Kanupka Austin Murphy was arrested last evening by Constable George Kan upka and charged with drivins while under the influence of liquor. Murphy was taken to the New Brit ain police station by the constable to await trial In the Berlin town court . ( Our Personal Shopper Will Shop For ANNOUNCING GRA YBAR RA DIO St. Paul's Church Masses will be celebrated tomor row morning at 8 and 10 o'clock at St. Paul's church, Kensington. Rev. John C. fireman, pastor, will be in charge and will be assisted by Rev. V. D. Casey of Hartford. A session of Sunday school will follow the 10 o'clock mass. Sacred Heart Church Rev. John C. Brcnnan of Ken sington will officiate at the 9 o'clock mass tomorrow morning at the Sacred Heart church, East Berlin. Sunday school will follow the mass. Berlin Congregational The regular -morning services at the Berlin Congregational church will be conducted tomorrow morning by Rev. Samuel A. r'iske at 10:45 o'clock. He will also deliver the sermon. Sunday school at 12 o'clock under the direction of the superintendent. The Young People's society will meet at 7 o'clock. Kensington Methodist Sunday school at 10 o'clock. The pastor. Ucv. L. K. Adkins, will con duct the preaching services at 11 o'clock. The junior sermon will be: "The 'Little Sick Girl", and the adult sermon topic: 'Tassing Judg ment on the Christ". L'pworth league at 7 p. m. The topic will be the tirst of the "win-my-chum" series. Preaching at 7:30 p. m. The subject: "Darkened Windows". The Knights of Honor will meet on Tuesday evening at 6:30 o'clock. Those who have not paid dues must hrins- them in order to continue their individual tork. The Ladies' Aid society will meet Wednesday af ternoon at the home of Mrs. A. L. Moffatt. Bible study and prayer service will be conducted Wednesday even ing at 7:30 o'clock. The Bible study will be aided by stcrcopticon pictures. All are invited. Choir rehearsal will be resumed on Friday evening at 8 o'clock. All who can and will assist are welcome without further invitation. Kensington Congregational Rev. Vernon I,. Phillips will con duct the regular morning services at the Kensington Congregational church tomorrow morning at 10:45 o'clock. The sermon topic, will be: "The Family and Religious Faith". Sunday school at 12:10 o'clock un der the direction of tile superinten dent. Christian Endeavor exercises at 6:30 o'clock. Swimming Meet Today Nine organizations will take part in the annual county Y. M. C. A. swimming meet that is to be held at the Hartford "Y" this afternoon. Rev. Vernon I.. Phillips of Kensing ton has charge of the meet and will be assisted by the physical depart ment of the Hartford "Y." Medals will be awarded to the Individual winners and a shield given to the team scoring the most points. The following teams have enter ed: Kcnsingtou Boys' club. Sufficld school, Bristol Hi-Y, Plainville High school. Simstmry Y. M. C. A. group. Enfield Hi-Y, South Wind sor. Manchester Hi-Y and the Man chester Torch club. The annual meeting of the athle tic association will be held this eve ning. The basketball league will be formed for the season and other routine business will be transacted. Tt this time awards will be given to the winners of the swimming meet and also the winners of the baseball league and the tennis tour nament. The Kensington Triangles won' the baseball title. Harvest stopper A large attendance was present at the Harvest supper held last eve ning at 6:30 o'clock in the Berlin Congregational church dining rooms under the auspices of the Woman' Aid society. The rooms were decorat ed in fall colors. The waitresses were members of the Lo-Hi club of the church. Mrs. T. C. Hodgson was chairman of the committee. Those presert were invited to inspect the Novem lior Issue of the "Animated" maga zine. East Berlin Items Services at the Methodist church will bo held tomorrow morning at You Graybar 310. Six-tube radio frequency, all electric set, $113 10:45 o'clock with sermon by the pastor. Rev. A. L. Burgrecn. The Sunday school will meet at 13 o'clck and the Junior league at 3 o'clock. The evening service will be held .at 7:30 o'clock and will be in charge of the Weslcyans. The morning services at St. Ga briel's Episcopal church will be held at 11 o'clock, preceded by the church school meeting at 10 o'clock. The Social Five met with Mrs. Charles Fiske of Beckley Road yes terday afternoon. Bridge was played prizes being' w oa by Mrs. J. A. Wil liams and Mrs. Edward Kahms. A harvest luncheon was served. The table decorations were orange and green. The annual banquet and meeting of tho. Hartford County Y. M. C. A. will be held in the Hartford Y. M. C. A. this evening at 6 o'clock. The members of the Community club and the Boys club are invited to attend. The prize awards for athletic compe tition among the various clubs will be awarded. The tennis trophies will be given out at this time. A harvest card party will be held Monday evening at S o'clock in Sa cred Heart church social rooms. Bridge and regular whist will be played. Refreshments will be served. Mrs. John Frank will be the hostess. The Panthers will not play tomor tou unless a game can be arranged today. Games with teams previously played can be secured but it had been planned to play in Bristol to morrow. It was not known whether the. team would continue to play games until Thursday night's meet ing so that too short a time was al lowed in which to arrange for Sun day's game. The Progressive Reading Circle will meet Tuesday evening at S o'clock with Mrs. E. W. Mildrum. The condition of Mrs. E. G. Hazle wood is somewhat improved today although she is still seriously ill. Mr. and Mrs. Royal Holmes visited relatives in Bristol yesterday. Several of the younger boys went to Wcstfield Falls on a hike today. The Falls and surroundings are very attractive in the fall of the year. TIKE Ol'TPIT BOOSTED Berlin, Nov. 16. (A The Ger man tire output last year increased 76 per cent over 1926 but owing to the heavy increase in motor traffic consumption In Germany kept pace with production. The output of tires in 1927 totaled 18,676,348. The rattle of a rattlehnake con sists of a number of bones which grow on the reptile's tail. Special Notice Thanksgiving whist given by the Lady Nest of Owls, Tuesday, Nov. 2. at American Legion Hall, Plain ville. Admission 25c. advt. FRECKLES AND TELL AAJVBOOY VOO J PlXTZENiUMM S IT IS TO ARABIA- Bcrv.' AEU ; VMAA1TTD --1 DQMT ) III y H-w, ,A BE SOftPBISED VMUEM X J r " --- - Plainville News PROSECUTOR SEEKS ACTION ON DEATH State Police Have Not Served Warrant on Perosky OTHER CASE CONTINUED Mataosian Hearing Goes Over to Tuesday Pleasing Pageant at Baptist Chun Tearing Dowu Landmark Church Notices. Grand Juror Charles F. Conlon today attempted to stir action iu : bringing Joseph J. Perosky of West j Irvington, N. J., for whom a war- j rant nas Deen issuea, to mai on a charge of criminal negligence in connection with the recent death of Robert E. Lydon of Milford, Mass. Perosky is believtd to have been the driver of one of the two cars which ran over Lydon and inflicted mortal injuries. The other driver is waiting a hearing. This second motorist obtained Perosky's number when the car did not stop and the information was given to the state police. These took no action and the identity- of the owner was learned only through an independent investigation by Con stable George Schubert. Then Pis ecutor Conlon issued a warrant for Perosky's arrest, but it has not been served, he was informed by the state police this morning. He was told that there was not enough evi dence, but he stated that he could produce two men who saw the New Jersey man run over the Massa chusetts man and dash past their warrXng signals to stop. The state police also said they were awaiting the coroner's finding. The local prosecutor is planning further steps to bring about as speedy a trial as possible. Case Is Continued The case of Charles Mataosian of New Britain, charged with criminal negligence in connection with the death of Arnold Burkhardt of Southington, was postponed from today until 9 o'clock Tuesday morn ing at the request of Judge V. F. Mangan of New Britain, counsel for Mataosian. Removing Landmark The old livery stable and feed mill behind the Tani block on Whit ing street is being lorn down be cause it is considered a tire hazard. This landmark was formerly own ed by Edwin Hills and then by Ed win Tinker, who sold it to the late Frank H. Newton. It is a wooden building, or collection of buildings, and the erection of the Taut and Fodt blocks has made it advisable to have it torn down to insure bet ter fire prevention conditions at the center. For four successive years the cal endar entertainment and social held at the Baptist church has been an outstanding event along the lines of an entertainment, and last evening's program proved to be the most elab orate and successful yet given. The pageant. "The Awakening of Rip Van Winkle," originated and direct ed by Mrs. A. W. Thomasen, was cleverly carried out. Rip Van Winkle, with It is long flowing white hair and beard and tattered garments, lay sleeping among the fallen leaves and ever- j green trees. One by one the months entered and suitable poems were read by Mrs. Irving T. Tyler, after which each turned and remembered about the old man sleeping and went to find Father Time and tell him about it. Finally Rip was awakened by singing. Father Time in flowing STRAND I TODAY Sec New York's Chinatown with JIIIIWY HI NFS. in "CH l.. MOWN CHARLIE" Iaughs Conic Thick and I a-t SINDAY 2 FEATlltES 2 Bil l IE DOVE in "THE YELLOW LILY" F WIR ELI, Maclw) NALIt in "NONE HIT THE BRAVE' A Big Show MOX. TIES. "WE AMERICANS" with GEORGE SIDNEY ami PATSY RITH MILLER WEI1 THIIIS. "THE HI NCHBACK OF NOTRE DAME" with LON CHANEY HIS FRIENDS robes of white, carrying his scythe entered and conversed with Rip, telling him how he had wasted Jo long years ot usefulness and happi ness by sleeping, but that not all which lad happened should be un known to him. Father Time called his 13 months and asked them to relate some of the outstanding ac complishments and events which had occurred in the church work during the past year. The Future appeared and made an appeal to all present to carry on the work, to go onward and torward for the uplift ing of mankind. Mrs. Thomasen received many compliments upon her original pro duction. ' Those who took part in the pa geant were the following; January, Miss Hope Fairar; February, M s. A. Farrar; March, Miss Kathleen Limeburner; April, Miss Susie Mil ler; May, Miss Charlotte Cargill; June, Miss Constance Yicinus; July, George Jones, Jr.; August, Miss horothy .Johnson; September, Miss Vivian Johnson; October, Mrs. Percy Tripp; November. Mrs. C. J. Morse; Iieceniber, Mrs. Floyd Siillman. Rip Van Winkle. Everett Temple. Father Time, Floyd B. Stillman. The Fu ture. Miss Eva Johnson. Other numbers on the program were piano solos by Mrs. Vernon Granger; dialogue, "The Worn Wed ding Ring," by C. H. riunib and A. W. Thomasen; solo "Silver Threads Among the Gold" by Mrs. Stillman; readings by Miss Alice M. Lane. A ladies' qpattet consisting of Mrs. William Hill, Mrs. R. Seder gren, Mrs. C. E. Fennell and Mrs. C. J. Morse sang several selections, accompanied by Mrs. C. A. Bunnell. Mrs. C. J. Plumb gave a monologue in costume. Refreshments were serv ed. Congregational Church Sunday morning service at 10:45 o'clock. Service in charge of the pastor. Anthem, "Bow Down Thine Ear," Parker. Sermon topic "The Silence of God." Church school after the morning service. Congregational Young People's meeting at 6:30 p. m. in the church auditorium. The speaker of the evening will be Pan Singh of Yale Divinity school, formerly of Luck now. India. Mr. Singh will speak on the theme, "What Christ Means to Me and My People." The general public is cordially invited to attend this service. Thursday afternoon from 3 to 5 o'clock, the ladies ot the Federa tion will hold another quilting meet ing. A cordial welcome awaits every woman in our parish. The Woman's Federation wishes to express its thanks to all those who helped to make the annual fair a successful event. A. M. I. Zion Services at the Redeemer's A. M. E. Zion church tomorrow will be as follows: 11a. m., preaching by Rev. A. A. Terry; theme. "How to Get Right With My God"; 12:30 p. m., Sunday school: 6 p. m., V. C. E. union; 7 p. m., preaching by the pastor, theme, "The ' Prodigal, the Lo3t Son Comes Home," The pub He is invited to all services. Card Party and Dance The annual card party and social to he held at the high school on Fri day night under the auspices of the Ladies' Altar society of the parish of the Church ot Our Lady of Mercy promises, as usual, to be one of the social successes of the sea son. It is planned to have 100 tallies of card play, and 75 prizes have already been donated. Danc ing will follow the play. The com mittee in charge of the event con sists of Mrs. William A. Cassidy. chairman: Mrs. Charles Cleveland. Mrs. Cnllen Mrs. Williamson. Miss Nellie Flood, Mrs. Ernest J. Millerick and Mrs. Joseph Allard. Ilnpfixt Church Sunday service at the Baptist church will be as follows. Morning worship at 10:45 o'clock, sermon by the pastor. Junior talk by Marshall Kendrick on "Mrs. Hoover." The junior choir will sing. Bible school at 12 noon. Intermediate B. Y. P. C. at 6:15 p. m. At the evening serv ice at 7 o'clock. Dr. A. C. Darrow. a missionary from Burma, India, will be the speaker. Dr. Darrow has had a wide experience in the foreign fir id. The Senior B. Y. P. V. will omit its meeting so that Dr. Darrow may have a longer period for his talk. Catholic Church Regular masses will be held at the Church of Our Lady of Mercy to morrow morning at 8 and 10 o'clock. Sunday school will meet at 9 o'clock and will be followed by a meeting of the Girls' Junior Sodalitv. Plainville M. E. Church The services at the Plainville M. K. church tomorrow will be as fol lows: Morning servici at 10:45 o'clock and evening service at 7 o'clock. The pastor will be the preacher and will observe Harvest Thanksgiving. Gifts ot (lowers, fruits or vegetables will be gladly accepted this afternoon between the hours of 4 and 5 o'clock. These gifts will be forwarded to the Methodist Home for the Aged at New" Haven. Sun day school at 12 o'clock noon. L'p worth league at 6 p. in.. Mrs. Vera Hobein will be the leader, having as her topic "Adventures in Comrade ship. Monday evening at 6:30 o'clock the officers and teachers of the Sun day school will meet in the church parlors for supper and afterwards The will hold their monthly meeting. The evening group of the Lauiea' Aid society will hold iU meeting on Tuesday at 7:31) o'clock in the church parlors. On Thursday it will hold a meeting at the home of Mrs. Cora B. Manchester on West Main street. Prayer meeting on Thursday at 7:45 p. m. Advent Christian Church Morning service at l':4i o'clock. Sabbath school at 12. "5 p. m. Bo ning service at 7 o'clock. Prayer meeting and choir hearsal on Thursday evening. Episcopal Church An out-of-town minister re- w ill preach at the Church of Our Sav iour tomorrow morning at 11 o'clock. Gopcl Miioti Rev. P. J. Clev aland will speak on "Following the Light of Heaven" at 7 o'clock tomorrow evening. Sab i bath school at 3 p. m. j Entertains club I Miss Ethel Finder entertained the ! Girls' club of the Advent Christian ; church at dinner last evening in .honor of Miss Alice Monbleau, who I will leave for Maine ou November j 22. Miss Monbleau was presented with a handsome pocket book. 1'ijothall Tomorrow The Plainville Blues will return home tomorrow and meet the Meri den Acorns at 2 : 3 1 o'clock oil tht high school Held here. The visitors nave a strong nne-up ami are ex- pected to make the locals travel at lop speed. Two Marriages minimum amount upon which the Lawrence Behan and Miss Julia organization can operate for the Graham will be married at 9:3oi'ear 1928. o'clock Monday morning at thu j The plan of campaign will be en Church of Our Lady of Mercy. tirely different this year from that At 9 o'clock Tuesday morning employed any previous year in Hris James Paul Masi and Miss Josephine j tol. It is of course planned to solicit Boseo will be married at the Church of Our Lady of Mercy. Grange Play The Grange play, "Safety First," which was produced at the recent Grange fair, will be repeated on Fri day evening, November 23, at Grange hall. It made a tremendous hit on its first presentation, and mere were so many requests that it facturing company will be in gen be given again that the cast has ! eral cha.ire nf the faetorv canvass consented to do so. and jjavid A. Lipman, proprietor of : port 0f which the funds are to bo Mut Settle Damage I the Lorraine Shoe company, has or-1 solicited next week. W. J. Phelan,' Arthur L. LaRocque ot Bristol ; ganized the work in the mercantile ia member of the executive comrait has been notified by Constable j section of the city. The set-up of the 1 tee ,p0ke on the value of salesman George Schubert that he must set- j campaign organization is as follows: ship m the campaign; George 8. tie for the damage he did to Walter Dexter's car yesterday morning or appear in court here Monday morn ing at 9 o'clock. LaRocque backed his automobile inlo Dexter's. Blanche M. Bronson Mrs. Blanche M. Bronson, wife of Burton O. Bronson, died at her I home on Washington street, Forest ville. early this morning after an illness of several months. She was I 54 years old and was born In Had dam. Besides her husband Mrs. Bronson is survived by two daugh ters, Mrs. Roy Pcrclval of Forest bill and a Miss Bronson who is a school teacher in Tcrryville. Funeral services will be held at 2 o'clock Monday afternoon at her late residence and at 2:30 o'clock at the Episcopal church in Forestville. Rev. B. B. Styring of New Britain will officiate. Burial will be in the For estville cemetery. . Notes The Misses Mary A rear! and Gcr- jtrude Feelan are spending the week end with Mrs. Ralph Fontaine of Irvington, N. J. Miss Malvina Hiscox of Bicycle street is attending the Fordham-De- troit game in New York city today. Mrs. Herbert W. Barnes was call led to Torrington yesteday morning j by the serious illness of her sister, i Mrs. Robert Craig. Well furnished apartment for rent 55 Maple St., Tlainville. Tel. 6 8-3. advt. Well furnished apartment for rent, 55 Maple St., Plainville. Tel. (8-3. advt. To Make U. S. Tour I.ui,y Heath. England's best known woman flyer, plans to make a tour of the 1 nitrd s:ates in a tiny moth plane to stimulate interist in flying among American women. She is shown as she arrived in New- York. Secret Is Out! MOSUL" OSS16S TOLD AS BIS SECCST-TH' A4' BEASOAJ ME'S 9GEM TizyiAis to piao our MOsW FAfl IT WAS TO ABASIA IS BECAUSE USB 6OIA0S TO FLY AaC CO." m m 1 1,111 Bristol News COMMUNITY CHEST DRIVE ON MONDAY Factor Whistles Will Blow is Signal it 9:15 1 m. $91,500 IS GOAL SOUGHT . Spanish War lets to l.le.1 Offkw Marriage License Application Joseph Riley Going to Ireland Two Liquor Raids are Made. The blowing of factory whistles at 9:15 o'clock Monday morning. No vember 19, will signalize the start-, ing of Bristol's sixth community1 chest campaign. The first campaign was held in 1922 when the amount I raised was fso.nmi. In the six years that have passed, the community chest organizations have so in- i creased their plants with consequent j oroadening of the service that they perform that the budget committee has set a sum of 191. 5u(t us the everybody in the city, but the basis of the solicitation will be the cai- vass in the factories, mercantile es tablishments, offices, etc. The List of Workers The campaign organization will be in two general divisions: the indus trial and the mercantile. Charles E. ' Greene of the New Departure Manu- I General committee, Carl E. Carlson, Beach, treasurer of the Bristol chap chairman; S. Russell Mink. Charles ter of the American Red Cross ex E. Greene, W. J. Phelan, David A. plained the character of the service Lipman, Harry Coe Olmstead, Aldcn'that the Red Cross does interna- Purrington, Charles F. Olin, Joseph F. Dutton, Louis Gordon and Arthur Lock wood. Industrial division, Charles E. Greene, director, with a corps of as sistants in the different factories as follows: American Silver Co., Har- To Elect Officer old Belden; Wallace Barnes Co., Officers for the ensuing year will Main street plant. Ralph Joerres; be cected at a meeting of O. A. Riverside avenue, Harold Austin; ; HadscU camp, it. g. w. . to be Dunbar plant, Lawrence Buskey;lheld next Monday evening in Ar. isrisioi urass corp., v. -napin; Clayton Mfg. Co., William E. Flana gan; Horton Mfg. Co., Stefan Lase wicz; E. Ingraham Co., Movement Dept., Elof Carlson, Case Depart ment, A. B. Ackerman; New Depar ture Mfg. Co., J. F. Cox, assisted by the following: W. Scott McCarthy, E. A. Ryals, Howard Parke, Charles Coughlin, John Gearing, W. Bart-;11""1-'-' cnurcn. iv-ev. !. oeccari. ley, Fat Deegan, Robert Gengebach, ' celebrated the high mass of requiem Buel Ferguson, -Wilfred Rondeau, j anl burial was in the new St. Jo Frank Haden, B. McNelis, Arthur L. ieph' cemetery. Clapp. Val Peterson, T. Adams, Wll-1 Devotions This livening bur Hawzhurst, F. Sullivan, Myron There will be devotions at 7;30 Hapenny, Stan Hart, Harry Simp- j o'clock this evening at St, Josvph's son, Charles Hackett, Dick R.uber, church in honor of St. Anna. George Marland, R. Chamberlain, F. ' To Visit Ireland Pierce, H. Burns, L. Hodges. A. Vn- j Joseph J. Riley of Pleasant street terspan, H. Berens. M. Nold. M. sailed from New York today on the Flynn. E. Porter, R. Ziener, John White Star liner Cedric for Ireland, Rusgrove. Albert Dahlgren, Guy . where he will spend the next sev Wright. Mrs. A. Klenke, Abel Nel-' eral months as the guest of hi son, Ben Reilly, J. Brown and Wil- brother. liam Smith. i Marriage Applk-atkma ) Veeder-Root Co.. Keith Graham:! James F. Cafferty of Pine atrcet. Sessions Foundry Co., L. D. Frost; j Forestville, a clerk in the Bristol J. H. Sessions & Son. H. P. Smith; ! Pt office, and Miss Mildred E. H. C. Thompson Clock Co., William Howe of 191 Laurel street have Mulr; Sessions Clock Co., Charles Pond: Fletcher Terry Co., George Thomas; National Marine Lamp Co., W. L. Cafferty; Connecticut Light & Power Co., George L. Roberta. Water Dept. & Public Library, Charles L. Wooding; post office. Frank Law and H. Perkins: N. T.. N. H. & H. Railroad Co., J. T. Mur phy; school teachers and janitors including parochial and business schools. Karl A. Reiche; Are depart ment. Chief Hayes: police depart ment. Chief Ernest T. Belden: Southern N. E. Tel. Co., A. Lefebvre; C. Funk & Son, George Funk: Bris tol Trust Co., Charles N. Gordon; Bristol National bank, Alden Pur rington; Bristol Nurseries, A. Cum. mings; Bristol Savings bank. Edson Peck; Bristol Press, A. S. Barnes: hospital employes and graduate nurses, Edward Smith; city hall em ployes, Francis Riley: sewer and street employes. Daniel Donovan; i physicians and dentists, Dr. W. R. ! Hanrahan: lawyers. A. J. Rich; gas j stations, auto sales and garages, I Carl Aymett; plumbing establish. ' ments, John Murphy; carpenters and mason contractors. D. W. Beach and C. E. Carlson. Special Groups i Certain organizations. w hose names follow, have volunteered to jtake care of the work in their own Plants: H. J. Mills Co.. Horace R. I Whittier Co., F. N. Manross & Sons. ttU FEU. EOS AA3y JO TO lAFisMSfceyukce ' ,7WAT7MWRyiO AJOUTirt? ARA8JA- T6U, Mfe AAWTUEK t. r a MAA It A I Humason Mfg. Co.. N. L. Birge Co, Penlield Saw Works, Trudon 4b Piatt. Snyder & Norton. E. H. Elton, S. R. Newell, Beach Lumber Co.. Bristol Lumber Co., Hex Roofing Co., Judd Coal Co., Strum Coal Co., Quinion Coal & Trucking Co. Other concerns in the city have been placed in a special group w hich will be specially solicited. Mercantile Division David A. IJpman, director of the mercantile division will have as his assistants, the following: E. M. Browning, Wiliam N. leRosier, Philip Rouleau, Robert Harris, Alex ander Koziell. Dwight Hall, Ross Reed, Frank Kennedy. Leigh Minor. Harry McKinstry, Kenneth Sim mons. Edson Peck, W. J. Phelan, Robert J. Stack. Percy Norton, Paul Hubbard. George Blackall, Neil Col- lins. Julian Norton. Roy Barton. Harry Andrew. Harry Polhill. Leroy Tucker, David Appell. Arthur Lock- wood. Gordon Warner. Jack Graham, rranK w isneshl, aiuiiuiij jva-uaiv. William J. Fries and I. Missall. Frederick G. Hughes and Charles ;T. Treadway have accepted the as signment of the out of town con cerns who are commercially inter ested in Bristol. These concerns are G. Fox & Co., Brown Thomson, Wise, Smith & Co.. of Hartford: the Economy Stores, the A. & P. stores; F. W. Wool w orth & Co., the Green Si ores. Inc., S. S. K,resge & Co. W iilard Rogers Speaks "There is no greater joL than for .1... tn t.iL-,s ,-n nf the wenk .', ...,-,, of Manchester i .,. y..,A , ,,. ,mher c the Community Chest Campaign or ganizatlon at the gathering at the Endee Inn last night. Former Mayor Joseph F. Dutton acted as toastmaster following the dinner which was served to the workers through the courtesy of tho manufacturers of the city. Preced. ing the talk of Mr. Rogers. Toast, master Dutton called upon C. E. Carlson, chairman ot the campaign committee. Frederick G. Hughes, who was called upon at the last minute to speak in the place of DeWitt Page who had been suddenly called out of town, spoke of the high charac ter of the institutions for the sup- : tionally as well as locally. Following the speech of Wlllard Rogers, Samuel Ludlow, president of the Hartford Chamber of Com-' merce, spoke on the many featurea 'of the Community Chest appeal. ha following, the business, session, the second sitting of the setback tournament with Hammond camp of New Britain will be played. Funeral of Anthony CavaUert ' The funeral of Anthony Cavalierl of 82 Park street was held this morning at 9 o'clock at St. An- made application to the city clerk for a marriage license. Earl William Blaschke of 1 Edgewood street and Miss Ottilia Elit of Fall Mountain road have also made application for a mar riage license. Two Liquor Raids Two liquor raids were made last evening by Sergeant Henry Jeglinskl and Officer William Thompson. The lunch cart of Charles Seltzer on North Main street was visited and a quantity of alleged beer aeiied. A short time later the home of Paul Eisninski of 255 1-2 East Main street, Forestville. was vijited and: (Continued on Page 11) HOT WATER HEAT CANT BE BEAT Wm. Hesse STEAM. HOT WATER AND VAPOR HEATING SYSTEMS Maple Hill PHOE SSI By BLOSSER WAT ) r.rUl j n r .. ... it fUiaAAA 1 - 3