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THE EVENING WORLD, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1922.
Church Amateurs Who Will Present "San Toy" in Aid of Convent Building r Latest Bronx News DRrVTIC 50CIETV. OUR LADY OF MERCV! Ursuline Academy Hopes to Get a New Gymnasium and Classrooms. Tho Dramatic Society of the Church of Our Lady of Mercy will repeat Its production of "San Toy" In tho audi torium of Fordham Collcso next Monday and Tuesday evonlnjts, devot ing tho proceeds to the fund for the new building of Ursuline Convent Brlggs Avcnuo and 19Fth Street . The new building will house a complete gymnasium and class room' for the Ursuline Acadrmy. which If now badly pressed foi space. The additional structure will cost about $100,000. An auditorium will also bo pruvluvu foi iii tho 1 1 cvr building. "San Toy" was first Blagcd several treekB ago by tho Dramatic Society The work of tho lironx nmateurs waa hlghl praised during that perform ance. and when the demand came for a repetition It was decided to devote tho proceeds to this useful end. . Included In the cast nro the follow ing: Patrick Carroll, John J. Ityan. Thomas F. Franklin, Harold Trcanoi. William Gorman, Charles Gorman Patrick Garrett, Thomas Hcaly Norman Ohaplcau, 1'eter Loughran Edwin Ileegan, Edwnrd Campbell Anita Shumway, Betty Kane, Helen Neal. Mabel Smith, Beatrice Mus grave, Dorothy Walne, Helen fly an Ruth Lakes, Catherine Gllltgan, Mar garet Lee, Margaret Walsh, Klsn TWO SENATORS-ELECT AT DINNER TO SHERIFF Coprlantl nnd fCilirnrda Will Help Honor Kiltranl Plynn Ore. 14, United states Senators-elect Cope land and E J wards will be the principal speakers ar the rilnnei to be tendered Eherlft FCdward Klynn of the Bronx by the Sheriff Jury I'lub Dec 14 tlt-orgc It. Lunn, Lieutenant Governor-elect, Balnbiidge Colby and Martin Con boy will also address tne diners. There will be over 1.600 persons pres ent. James R Murphy. President of the club, will be toastmasler The cuest of honor bedrid- belnn the youngest Sheriff In the county, Is Democratic boss ol th Bronx. Moxiion ci.un kccbptios. Nearly 3,000 members niul friends of the Monroe Democratic ulub of tho Bronx attended the unnual entertain ment and reception of that club at Hunts Point last night. Deputy Street Cleaning Commissioner James V. Brown, executive member of tho club, and Mae Bklfflngton, associate execu tive, welcomed the guests. The enter tainment was furnished from profes slonal talent now nt Bronx theatres. Five Years of Economy For the average woman Dr. A. Reed's Cushion shoes worn over n period of five years mean a big saving in shoe expense. This is true because Dr. Reeds' wear so long, fewer pairs arc needed and the price is unusually reason able for such a good shoe. In addition to economy the wearer gets positive foot comfort and success-building style. Try on a pair J'ou'Il certainly agree Dr leed's are worth-while. CUSHION SHOES To Women Mada by 30UN EBBERTS SHOE COL SOLD ONLY AT 1172 Broadway, at 87tb Street 12 Park Place. Woolworth Bldf. Wolfe, Kleano: Lannlng, Beatrice Ityan, Lillian Growo, Florence Dolan, Kmelln Htilsehosch, I.I I linn Hange Louise Karl, Mary McCook, Julio McDcrmott. Charles Claire, John Cummlngs, Itobert Dowllng, Adolald Smith, Marlon Gallagher, Isabel Gil lespie, Mae Glllesplo. Mary Menztc, Anna Mooro, Catherlnh Nral. Teresa Kcal, Graco Bell, Margie Cadlgan Ituth Conron. Mary Cummlngs, Cath erlno Cadlgan, Florence Conncll Irene Conroy, Miriam Cqnroy, Gcral dlno Palmer Margaret Powers, Clara Schafe. Margaret Smith, Florence Wntcrs, Natalie Waters, John Gar rett, Charles Goetz and John Lough-fan. BECKER TRIAL SET FOR MONDAY; TO PLEAD INSANITY Norkin Gets Separate Hear ing and Will Face Jury One Week Later. The trial of Abraham Becker for the murder of his wtfe, Jennie, whose body was found burled lif tho yard of the automobile repair shop of his friend, Itcubon Norkin, was sot for Monday next by Judge Glbbo In the lironx County Court yesterday. Nor Kln will be tried a week later. The' two, who aro under Indictment or murder In the first degree, plead -A not guilty when arraigned yester day. Assistant District Attorney Colin asked an Immediate trial. Alexander May per and Charles V. Hallcy, at torneys for Becker, and former Sen ator Thoma." I Sheridan, attorney for N'orkln, protested, asserting an un usual effort was being mado to force a speedy trial. They aBkcd that tho two men be tried separately, and this request was granted. Mr. Cohn told the court he was ready to open tho case without delay and was prepared to try both men at a Joint trial. Decker's counsel Intimated they would ask a chango of venue, saying no steps had been taken to protect Becker's interests. They nskod Judgo Ulhtm to appoint an alienist to in quire Into Becker's sanity, but Judgo aibbs refused to do this. Mr. Colin said hla of la going unpad with Its lnvestig Into tho il sappcaranco soven j ago of l-'annlo Bloom, but that In Investiga tors havo not yet established any con ncction with tho slaying of Jennlo Becker other than at tho tlmo of her disappearance sho was employed In the home of Korkln's parents. Ad dltlonal witnesses on behalf of the nioom family aro to be questioned, Mr Cohn said. They probably will be called to-day. Tho body of Mrs. Becker will be burled at 10 o'clock Sunday morning from No. 813 East 150th Street, the Bronx. Ha DDI Jacob Katz will of ficiate nt tho services. Burial will bo In Hlvcrsldo Cemetery, Hackensack, N J. wm i k No connection with any other establishment in the world rnmj wssmr mi mm xi nag-rev isi isi iMi. 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