Newspaper Page Text
Lt the Web l she VW ft f the ,.ver. "A very ie . y r -MANUFACADrURR. RE CORD.
tain suf[ic~ent information about the ALGIERS, LOUISIANA, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1922. No.42 lunnr .. Illsea "mms~ I a~bm VIJJUCT NAY 53_EXCESSIVE T( OsapW r Complains SIt ii make the burden of prthe [S Newton street via Sgreat, the South earlie and Traction or tr s ,omission Council now aJ t the council meet-L na nif na saed that it be re- work Sagreement to main- not a made when .ts fran- the c The letter states cn v iaduct originally o three times that Tore , boa spt by the street the Ther viaduct is in bad Hou peet, with its iron assis _ rl | states eblams that automo- by F vehicle en route to O'Coi in form the bulk of woul the viaduct. The letter yards So comaPan would agree L4od prtio of the mainte- and The letter was re- ping uI eer Maloney. able. -- - -icall] ficati DOo IIM.K polic ,s- xto'dcl o the NatMbol Y. W. sbon sa svoer to the Algiers Tb WAIM eO as tour of lan fairs - i dmrent stations a la Me *mtry, gave Com- are 1 a he compliment as dpubished in oney eon Sunday. Mi It s "No 4ra ts has one plostations inPa WU1N to miss Beat- lti wie is asking a survey mSotue of the Ns r ae Yemng Woman's J b whom she re r the last few his v as eust returned agg is ea her way mn stay in South hepUr'U with asse * 0d "t d s Hon **it yen S bhi f ad, .. be pael so will er : Thomm*ep ire t s aem iI w ia n B gi* r n sa sek. sat -we"1g ha p1 ee t as ý at 7:30 wl W to rI bem eswtd, A 5var , ft Ito! a 1II `a~ ~aI NAVY ABRD HERE i TO BE CLOSED AS SOON AS POSSIBLEI It is the intention of the Navy De partment to terminate all work at the New Orleans navy yard at the earliest possible moment and retire or transfer the . limited personnel now stationed at that yard. Even if navy yards are authorized to do work for the Shipping Board, it will not affect the department's plans for ithe closing of the New Orleans yard. Unequivocal statements to the foregoing effect were made before the naval affairs committee of the House today by Theodore Roosevelt, assistant secrotary of the navy. The statements were in reply to questions by Representative O'Connor. Judge O'Connor asked itf the department would be disposed to keep open the yards it had ordered closed if the Lodge amendment should be adopted and a considerable amount of Ship ping Board work thereby made avail able. Mr. Roosevelt replied emphat ically that there would be no Justi fication on that ground to change the policy of the department in regard td closing a considerable number of shore establishments. s The hearings before the naval af- C fairs committee have revealed that ana a large number of naval activities the are to be abandoned. It is regarded as practically certain that the navy Am yard at Charleston will be closed and the it may be that only one yard on the fir Pacific and two of the North At- der lantic will be retained. Mel y AMENDMENT NOT wh I- BENEFICIAL. dir SJudge O'Connor pointed out to Sec e tary Roosevelt the importance of car w his question. He said it is obvious daV that the policy of the department will Va have a direct bearing on the way Iy members east their votes on the org Lodge amendment. It it were appar eat thdt the yards would be contin- See e itf they codid secure Shipping Mr it ard work, thre naturally would of be a greater tendency to favor it Ag than would be tJe case when a vote bt for the Ledge amenhment means that ev on1y two or three North Atlantlc yards are to be gives an opportun lt. to id on IL. Judge O'Connor A be vote ngalis the Lodge amea. il a t is the bas that It would n- ee rense the chases of private ship pr W~ad is various smclos of the eb he ntry to secure the work. a SeortaTy Roosevelt intimated that oi e thi Ladge m dmnst would be of md no beret to the navy yards as it il very appareantly is the policy of the m president and of the Shipling Boarn ilW p give this work to private yards. a 'He cited the esmple of the Levia e than, whith had been turn over to a private yard at Newport News at te very the when the roat power fit sluesee was being brought to I bear to ser d th ship to the Boston ,avy yaUd. the LgYMB 80 TAEWB, el he Alh0iga DAMAGE CASE e aet - 10 SuPma 00in . be - , :0 Pla sU aiis o the quettlon of whether or t the Orleans Leres i ha sauthority to' exapopriht regardless of the term of tttle dk hy the ewnar, was takes to the 3 tab Spreme Court Thuraday, when th bUher aeale the Judgmest gling . Wh U. Ha Ward *11,000 for allege Sdamages to his property Into Agir - re- rtMAN VAlEs IN aft. WAl: wUsL LOOSE 313. ha Arehie A. Dovls, 3, 3 witchlae, 'alof Ver~esghv . La., vtil teme his to right q - the result of a tfall at tDehsr and t. erdintasad stre low Frday nlght. The ma , aeerdatg b rue- pelee woo nader the lafluese et ta er de to the pavement. His a* a take to arity pitl. - Siet, u enteVse at a party i ales hbel his twelfth saa . Durl a th t evesnudt a is was SJ srves. Mar any a or sen Plaes ? the eler semem bein yellow a le eseied y pd t the , Bre rthaas-t. Uee Athel adebrtrS. oand, a Uartlet ma3y4t Gsthap Mes srs. U Thernals.' J~ba hldsa , Leuis se W oem. kts -. U. re. * Aleas Mr. -e Neskl arie hb5 ma emSl~Prt ~ CC-' N ~ i *AHIH-Ha cONVALEF.ýrN uu OI, E t. o i ' eI i: F Railway Auxiliary Has lP SBirthday Fete Commemorating their twenty-fifth anniversary, the Ladies' Auxiliary to the Order of Railway Conductors of America. held a meeting Thursday at H the home of Mrs. Jewett McDonald, Ci first vice-president; Mrs. J. J. Van derlinden, president, presented Mrs. M McDonald with a boquet of red and white carnations on behalf of the division. Each member was given a white L carnation. The oandles on the birth day cake were blown out by Mrs. Vanderlinden, Mrs. J. Morrison and Mrs. McDonald, who were among the a* organizers of the auxiliary. Piano selections by Miss Bertha Seaward, piano and violin solos by Mr. and Mrs. V. Peres and singing of "God Be With You Till We Meet Again," sung at the close of the cele bration, were musical features of the evening. CAM YOi DRAW? In this issue of the Herald will i e eMa na pietum of oeoge Whak- e ington, drawn off in nres for a certain purpose. This drawing is C printed this week to give the many children readers of the Herald an I opportunity to -show their, detnes in the art of drawlng. A little pria of a one-lb. box of candy will be given for the best effort. The decision will be made by, n artist in the city. Send in your drawlnPgs no late than Tuesday. a F1BAIN XMB D , The disabled veterens of the Al giers Naval Hospital were entertain ed FPrday night by the pupils of Miss Ruth Harrison, leader of the Com munlty Chorus Club. The program costisted of several classce dances, vocal selections, moe ologIes and Hawaiian melodies. A e. communiaty slstng concluded the en tertainment. SIMATRANGA ENOCKED OUT. Joe Matranga, lightweight, was d knocked out by Denny Nunes of Sa6 e - rs anto, C.. t- . te slth round of i a sheduled 1-round bout at MU Paso M Thursday night. Personal Mention II And General News SHORT ITEMS CONORRNIEO W ST SIDE PEOPI. p a Mrs. R. Blanchard and daughter, h Hilda are spending a week at White 0 Castle, the guest of relatives. S Mrs. E. Dupuis was the guest of Miss Emma George Friday. Mr. Henry Vogt. who has been in Egypt for some time, is expected home shortly. The many friends of Miss Alma a Lauman will be glad to learn that ii she is dolnlg nicely. The Wednesday Night Euchre Club met at the home of Mrs. E. J. Mothe. The suoeessful players were Miss Stella Abribat. Mrs. F. Yuratich and Mrs. J. Gerrets. The next meeting will be at the home of Mrs. Abribat. Mr. and Mrs. John Begue of 510 Opelousas avenue are receiving con gratulations on the arrival of a fine tea-pound boy. The Matrons Club met at the home of Mrs. A. Graf. The successful play ers were Miss Claris Richards, Mrs. J. U. Gerrets, and Mrs. L. Brookes. The next meeting will be at the home of Mrs. Owrrs. Mr A. J. Haaser left Saturday for Cela, Honduras, on a buniness trip. The many friends of Malcolm Schwarsenbach will regret to learn of his illness. Mr. and Mrs. Geary 'entertained in honor of their little sons on Mon day night. The Worthy Grand Mptrow of the Eastern Star paid an official visit to Sts. John Chapter No. 35 on Monday evening. Mrs. J. J. Tamborello of Houston, Texas, was here last week to attend -the reddnlg of her niece, Miss Annie Schellect to Mr. Peter Schweam. The euchre to be gives at the Al hambra Club for the beneot of the Child's Welfare Association will take place on Monday, March 6. More idetalls will be published in or'next issue. (Continued on Pap L) R iV. U 3 IIL. s The Rev. G. J. Wegener who was -scheduled to lecture in Trinity Luth I eran Church to-ight is ill and , therefore will not lecture. One of the city pastors will take his place. STEry ANDED III MO!VE MURIER "m. D.Tayjor iW . - . T , 1 0C I19 Edh& ds'elIlue Lr Im wr o iw of Wm Q 1 merit - '-i i' ·nc rnwhd arI "·$0 Syquh1 dmsh.wU'in ja, Rev mug. fl o we-"r ininrdw Plins of she hn..-wb-r Taybe wv-~ dnawe.& letu nm Wal rs' rb '*ýtl~ T InLc Quits Algiers Church ;i To Serve In Orleansec Ing of Rev. Thomas B. Clifford, for the past two years in charge of the work woL at Mount Olivet Episcopal Church. cry has resigned in order to take charge of of the work at Trinity Chapel and to St., John Church. New Orleans. wh wit PLAYGROUNDS. Sal The season for the opening of the playgrounds is approaching and prep- wa arations are being made to put them a in readiness for the occasion. ear At the local playgrounds ,from Mr four to five hundred dollars will be spent. The grounds will be filled. we swings repaired, new benches in- pai stalled and more bath houses added. ref ADDITIONAL CAR SERVICE. a" thi The South New Orleans Light and an Traction Company,. will run ad- Le ditional cars for the convenience of their patrons on Monday evening and on Tuesday for the Carnival parades. ta sCIgI LLS UNMMS ADOLPH METER SCHOOL p1 The children are enthusiastlec about I their work in the school garden and excellent results are expected. This work is under the supervision of Miss a L Agnes Baer. Several ferns, which were donated by Mrs. Camas, were Splanted, and other parents also have t been generous in supplying flowering plants, which help to beautify our Sschool % The visitors of last week were e Miss Janfra, drawing supervisor. and Miss Barrow, chief drawing a supervisor. Both lsases found ex cellent work being accomplished in all grades. The following pupils were perfect t in the weekly tests in spelling and arithmetic: . SPELLING. Seventh Grade A-Amelia Serpis. Elizabeth Costello, lone Cox, Nathan Forrest, Thelma Hints. Nick Corona, 1 Joseph Breitlg. a u Seventh Grade B-Elsie Clements, i Arthemine Untjach, Claney Heurti. I SMyr BrecLteL Raymond ru s meyer, Eleanor Steel. George Tiey. M ey. Sixth Grade A-Francis Travis, Mary Capo, Irma Desa 8Smoae Mit- 4 ale Boudreaux, Angelina Chagnard. 4 Sixth Grade B-Labrot Simmons, I William Hynes, Tillford Kap, Ca- I milb Costello, Ethel Marosges CheI ter Button, Lacretta Hammond, Leo Willie. Cecil Park Mare Canto 1 Oladys Oruadmeyer. Fifth Grade A-Henrietta Baer, Nora Hingle, Stenman Fonseca Ly dia Campbell Henry Bretinlag, Leroy I Cool' , Adolph Hotard. ih Grade B-Norestie Beber. I Iris -Coleman, Heprietta Smith. Hil leryr Manios John Caruso, Harold Trist, Floyd Guillot, Herman Sin Fourth Grade A--Mary Caruso. ise Laseres. Royand Lssaere. Lloyd Collette. Fourth Grade B-Jackson Molabd son, Glays Crabtree, Frank Hotard. Sidney Malboroush. Fourth Glade B-Muriel Gallin horse, Marguerite Robichaux, Lena Evola. Marie Hebert, Luaba DImes. IU, C Edseeombe Francies Miler, RoA Wai s , ernard La Coete. LThird Orade F-M*ll Campbell, Leona H. Hmmond, Wtlert Diges comb., Joseph Pleard. Gertrade laa agan * Valera Habighsrut, Jediy S.emd rad, A--a Colema Paulne Gebs. Myrtle Aseel. oais sewis Antonette Erbd. Ada oe seen, Juanita Shores. Adam Lenane. ARITHMUTI[0. seventh Grade A-4e seet. lone Cos, Marsuerite erems, Joseph asmk8, Dasy coope. eutl eurdae -seatls Cement agpr Nepresn Goeogs Terue. ;q Mert EsuhTrnv hn r·ghh sudJn .t d i . . Weddings of New Lay Orleans Folks WEST SIDE COUPLES WHO IEN. rs. TERED THE STATE OF MAT. RIMONY DURING WEEK. Al TRAHAN-HARDING. held The marriage of Mr. Edwin Hard- dam, ing to Miss Agnes Trahan was cann quietly celebrated last Wednesday of a morning at 6 o'clock .Mass, the Rev. a ca Father Cotter. S. M.. officiating. The Thu attendants were Miss Irene Nolan the and Mr. Trahan, a brother of the Mrs. bride. After the ceremony a wed- dam ding breakfast was served at the heac groom's home. T.he young couple, alon who were the recipients of many chil beautiful and costly presents, left the the same morning for Eunice. La., to J spend their honeymoon. 27. mot SHELLECI-S('HEWHN. chil ave A very' pretty wedding of the sea son was that of Miss Annie Schelleci to Mr. Peter William Schewbn which was celebrated Monday at the church of the Holy Name of Mary. Rev. A. M. Cotter officiating. The bride entered leaning on the arm of her father, Mr. Joseph Schel- loo leci. She was becomingly attired in gie white charmeuse crepe with silver Opi lace over dress. She carried a trail- mo ing bouquet of sweet peas and lillies aft, of the valley. sto Miss Mary Gillen. the bridesmaid tor wore blue canton crepe trimmed in be: crystal beads and carried a bouquet thr of bridesmaid roses. She wore a hat to match. Little Catherine Kerner, who was flower girl wore pink satin with cream net over dress. The groom was attended by Mr. Salvador Schelleci. Mende'sohn's Wedding March sta was played as a processional. I As abi a recessional Mrs. Frank Nuccio sat sang "Ave Maria" accompanied by ter t Mr. Ned Whitmore on the violin. cli a After the ceremony a receptioni was held at the home of the bride's wb parents in Bouny .treet. liti . The young couple who were the ott recepients of many costly presents in are at home to their many friends at ithi the home of the groom's uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. P. Mailhos of the - Lower Coast. g DIED AT NAVAL HOSPITAL. th The following elipping will prove el of interest to many of our readers: t "mteant Williard N. Stevens, U. ti . M. . retid, passed away at the k Chelsa naval hospital on Sunday night. He had been sick with a eom plicatloa of diseases about three a at months. Sergeant Stevens retired from the Marine Corp. about six years ago, - after an honorable service for many h years, and with his wife settled in Hlngham. For a number of years he was on the local police force, doing traffic work the moat of the time. He was A an efficient officer and enforced the a law impartially." a He is survived by a widow. . He r resided in Algiers for a while and has ' a great many friends here who re * gret to learn of his death. hin t Methodist Church Notes Rev. C .0. Wier, Paster. seeimee I m Olivier Phae Ai, 115. F S Last Sunday our services were I a, better attended than usual. In fact at the evening bour we had to bring t, in chairs to seat some of the eon In, gregatlon. It was a delight to see ad- so many yong people. The Mispah er. Choir had splendid music. There t were two extra anthems at the mora-, ia, ta boar. In one of these Mr. B. El. l. Cayrard sang a iolo, in wibich the I a. congregatlon oined to the choru. I a, Mrs. Hebert and Miss Orrie Sum-| Ca mrs sang a duet At ilght there e. were three anthems. In one of these ] ee there was a special part, a solo by , Miss Orrie Summers. PERSONALS. er, Mr. E. B. Cayard, presidat of Ly- Unkn Egpworth League. weat to "ar roy her Memorial Church Sunday night to address the Leagners of that coan er, greation. i. Mrs. Paul Malone and her so Paul. 1l aged ten days, returned home from in- Tenro in fine health Monday. Thelma Blakeman was operated ao on for her throat last Tuisday and sd is doing nicely at her home. g0 Bella ville. ala: Mrs. C. J. Zatarain has recovered r. from a week's ilaess. MdJgrs. Clark and Leonard Nash la- attended services at Parker Memo ea rial Snday night. ee. The smalm y members of the Sun her, day 8chool were given a party Tuee r day night. ANNOUNCEMENTS. e The lying 8quadroa will bhe at Ig the Wetainster Presbyterian Crch Tan- nesday, Wednesday and Friday of y this week at 2:30 and 7:20 p. am. Richmond P. Hobsoa, of MerrimacI mn, fame: will be at the First Methodist aIs Friday night. These represent great . ceames.' Try to hear them. ~'e sa Catebhism rclass will meat' the peutor at the chrch riday. Services ant tt, aunday at 1t a. m. and 7:8 ap m. gh The pastor hopes at that time to b aibe to saneunsee the tim et ope' lat Ig the new herhe . Come and britg , a friend. Weroae beaking reseds thic moth haatiaims iapt se t we ea ,* I (saisss at ag 8 Law Frees Mother In Suit For $10,000 Mrs. LaBella Held Not Responsible For Acts of Child. Although an automobile owner is held responsible in most instances for damages caused by his car, a mother cannot be held responsible for acts of a minor child even if the mother is a car owner. Judge Saint ruled Thursday in Civil District Court in the case of Joseph T. Hogan, suing Mrs. Anthony LaBel:a for $10.004) damages. Legally, the father is the head of the household and as such is alone responsible for acts of a minor child.Judge Saint said. He dismissed the suit. Mr. Hogan alleged that February 27, 1921, he was struck by an auto mobile driven by Lena LaBella minor child )f Mrs. LaBella, at Opelousas avenue and Seguin streets. His suit was brought against Mrs. LaBella as owner of the car. $900 CLOTHING TAKEN BY THIEVES IN ALIAERS JOB. Ce Cothing valued at $900 was the loot of thieves who robbed the Al n giers Dry Goods company store, 401 Opelousas avenue, early Wednesday 1- morning, police reported Friday, after a check of the stock of the store. Charles N. Botnick, proprie d tor of the store discovered the rob n bery. He said the thieves broke through the rear door. r CORPORAL ROUMSET PLAYS IN MOVIE SHOWN HERE. Police Corporal John W. Rousset. stationed in Algiers. exhlbited his Sability as a "copper" to the thou 10 sands that visited the Tudor Thea ly ter the past week, where "Thunder clap" was showing. n Corporal Rousset was the big guy 's who took the gun away from the little guy that wanted to shoot some te other guy. Part of the film was made ts in New Orleans and Rousset took at the part of the policeman In the play. he LAONE STAR SOCIAL CLUB. On Thursday. February 16, 1922. the Lone Star Social Club met at Sthe home of Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Dul ,e etch, 447 Slidell avenue. s: At this session the quarterly elee U. tion of officers took place. The fol lowing members wore elected for the" ay months of March, April and May. .j President, Cimarles Sala; he ree President, Louise Herbert; Secretary, Catherine Hornosky; Treasurer, the echabel Barton. s Retreshments were served, tollow Sl ed by dancing and a lotto party, the lmn winners beingl Louise Herbert and Warren Boyer and Schabel Burton. on Those present were Misses mama Brlc Buts. Edith Daigle, Hildreth Hotard, s Agatha Hausknecht, Norita Pemr the andes, Ida aouland. Catherine Nor nosky, Theresa Jones. Irene and He Leona Nolan. Loulse Herbert, 31I has vira Burmaster, Virgil Caferlo, Mar re- garet . Sarbek. Beatrice Moyer, Gladys Brune. Messrs. Sehabel, Bur ton, Chas. 8la, Wm. Lauland, War ren Boyer, Maxine Barges, Geo. Com- 1 $po, Wm. Nohn, Geo. Jones, Roy Owens, Leon Legendre, Marion Ryan, nLoser Dalgle Jansen Jesse, Joe Ramos," Martin Guerco. The nut,. meeting will be held at the home of ere Mr. and Mrs. Daigle. ract ag DRINKS POB ON YBT M NAR K E. con see On Monday evening Mr. Chale peh Wood of 247 Elmlra Avesne threagh'. sre a mistake, dran a mall qpmaatltv orn- of ant polon frim a vial. Trhe al, 3. blance was summoned, but tenl the its arrival, Dr. A. C .King was maal rus. In and Immediately relieved the man inn of the poison and pronouneed him he out of danger. He remalned at his hse home. I abrTy CmCIAL CAIE of A special meetns of the Liberty 8S . ela Cib will be held teasght ag Ln theme w ou rmr pror e ldnt Mr. coJanese Joe. All memb55r are Ugdi to be tna attdanew a the pema I ,a lienas. Pl otl r~rsagaa.t - been completed for or maers45s ball Mardl Gras nlght at the Alhliai , and bra Club st Otiver Street. PFR A 0000 ?B9IUt ses' -000 SENT HIM. ru . ate t det ri ' ,,