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Bristol Phoenix (Newspaper) - August 10, 1937, Bristol, Rhode IslandLorothy year. No. 63 Bristol r. I., tuesday August 10, 1937 Price two cents saturday Parade to be big Public feature of legion dept. Convention three Day program will Combine business with pleasure a past dept. Commander Gen. L. H. Callan has charge of arrangements for Parade judging from the program planned by the american legion for the department convention to be held Here thursday Friday and saturday of this week. Bristol will be taking no risk of losing its Long cherished reputation of being one of new England a leading celebrate or centers. Not Only have the legionnaires drafted a program that will fully serve their own purposes but one that will also keep the townspeople and visitors Quot at attention during the entire three Days of the conclave. From the time the veterans and members of their auxiliaries arrive Here Early thursday sjorning to the time of their departure late saturday night they will be kept on the receiving end of that familial military Pharsen a fall in. Fall out a As they move from one form of activity to another. Among the Many features of the three Days of festivities will be the memorial service business sessions the 40 it 8 ceremonials dances band , Bugle and drum corps compe Timon parades election and installation. Of officers Ait the annual Bangert. _ ,. Hpjveve5-.l a big Dott Gre. I . A i ,�?-.t- Valley a a Nan she ields Toni i Neaf Parade we lab will Start at 2 15 p. M., saturday. Comprised of Fourez tra Lorg divisions the marchers re preen Ting a every Rhode Island Post and ladies auxiliary unit As Well As sons of the. American legion and Junior indies Rea a i a v we or -le.1 it it a 7� marshal. Department shared by w. H. Blaney District commander with Walter Gammell. New commander of the District As aide. Martial music for this group will be provided by the following Bugle and drum corps Riverside sons of the leg ice it nerf Post most no. 7, and Alss. Its sons of the legion corps and the Stark Parker auxiliary. The following posts and their ladies auxiliaries will be represented Kearney Bristol Warren Barrington Riverside Newport Portsmouth Jamestown Block Island Little Compton and Stark Parker blast Providence. Guiding the marchers of the third division will be District commander Elmer r. Sherman. His aide will be h. L. Sherman newly elected head of that District. Bugle and drum corps assigned to this division Are Harold w Merrell Post and the William Shields Post sons of the the South county area the marchers in this division will include the following posts and auxiliaries Harold w. Merrill Westerly West Warwick North Kingstown Cranston a East Greenwich Cifu to aug turn Richard a. Dennis Edge hot it him Cut David a Papineau West Warwick Eick tet. Narragansett South county South Kingstown Johnston Henry f Muenzel Lake Vood Henryj. Legion convention activities at a glance thursday 2 00 p. Registration. 7 30 p. Memorial service. Gaiters school open to Public. 9 00 p. Concert b t a. Band front of Colt High school. Friday 8.30 a. Registration. 9 00 a. Business session legion a Guiteras school. Auxiliary Colt school. 1 00 p. Business sessions. 3 00.p. 40 it 8 Mutt dog show Bristol common. 6 30 p. 40 it 8 Grande prime , Reynolds school. 7-30 p. glee clubs competitions Colt High school 8 00 p. Block dance Hope Street. 8 30 p. 40 it 8 horrible Parade 9 00 p. convention Ball naval. Armory. Saturday m election of officers m. Annual convention a 9 00 a 2 15 Prade 3 15 p m review at Bristol common m Bugle and drum corps 3 30 p compete tons. Common 6 30 p m convention banquet naval armory 8.-00 p. installation of newly elected department officers naval Armoy. 9 00 p. Dance Nava armory a 8 00-10.30 p. concert Portu a trip pop bad common use of Hayman school granted to Kearney Post for one year period no rental charged local legion Post a lease May be renewed from year to year a building will be used during convention after nearly a year of negotiating Kearney Post no 6, the american legion was awarded use of the Hay Coati and or. Pm Man school building Franklin Street,.during Ali Convent on use of the s. P. C. C. Tar Rais $600 for local cases order that the amount of in. Put we Rpp a rms a a a it Quot. Bell As chief officers of both Toje legion and auxiliary will comprises his staff. Estrict commanders of the four districts in this state will marshal each of the four divisions. It it. Through the Courtesy of Walter e. Cohara president of the Narragansett race track corporation the Bristol train of artillery j3and will head the Parade is followed by the legion and auxiliary department color newly elected department commander and auxiliary president and other new officers of the two organizations. Arthur Roy commander of District one will be marshal of the first division with the newly elected District commander Earl Bassett As aide. Musical units in this division. Will be the Alphonse Yelle sons of the be Grion Bugle and drum corps Pawtucket Post corps armistice Post sons of the legion corps Belhumfur Duha Mel Post corps and the Cumberland auxiliary corps posts that will have marchers in the first division Are Alphonse Yelle Manville James Stanton Central Falls Burrillville Pawtucket a. F. Young Woonsocket Dodge Goulais Pawtucket Glocester Gaylesville armistice Pawtucket John Mckeown Gaylesville Novelty Park Pawtucket Belhumeur Duhamel Woonsocket Henrietta i. Drummond Pawtucket and North Smithfield. Auxiliaries first Estrict auxiliary president and officers and All units of the District. The second division will be mar Xavier zoning Board Choice of pres. Paull Julio f. Xavier prominent Bristol business Man will be the Choice of town Council president Prescott b Pauli to fill the vacancy on the zoning Board of review it was Learned today from a most reliable source the vacancy on the Board was caused by the resignation recently of chairman James t. Pierce after the latter had been named adjutant of the Rhode Island soldiers Home. One of Bristol a leading residents of portuguese extraction or. Xavier for years has conducted a grocery store on Wood Street. He is a parishioner of st. Elizabeth a Church and has been very prominently connected with activities of his own people As Well As those of the Community he was a member of the committee that arranged Bristol a 250th anniversary Celebration and for years has been a member of the fourth of july Observance committee. His name for appointment to the Board will be. Presented to the Council at its meeting tomorrow night. No opposition is planned by the Coggeshall Nunes forces rival democratic leaders of or. Pauli it was Learned. Gtd of work done in this town by the society for the prevention of cruelty to children May not suffer from present Lack out amp ads to we of �1sw.w.o. A because the nature of the cases handled week in and week out by the society is sufi that they cannot be broadcast before the general Public Little is Ever heard about the work it does. However those residents who Are on the local advisory committee and who Are therefore in close touch with the humanitarian activities of the s p c. C. Are convinced that could the Story of Many of the cases be told there would be no hesitancy on the part of those Able to contribute to this charitable work. The committee of the society for the Bristol Branch is composed of the following judge Edward l. Leahy chairman Ernest g. Brown vice chairman mrs. John w. Dewolf jr., Secretary William h. Angevine mrs Sebastian Bernard jr., mrs. Lucien Capone mrs. John j. Condon miss Nora e. Dwyer mrs. Wallis e. Howe mrs. Charles d Jecks mrs. William b. Mccoll. E. S. Mapes Rev a. R. Parshley Joseph r. Perroni mrs. E. K. Reynolds mrs. Charles b. Rockwell miss Evelyn Carter and r. S Bosworth. Chairman of the finance committee is mrs. Rockwell. A for a Headquarters at on rental costs by the school comm tit. a meeting last night however As there is a possibility that the building May again be used for school purposes the school Board granted the legionnaires but a one year lease with an understanding that the lease May be renewed from year to year As Long As the building is not needed by the school department superintendent of schools Elmer s. Mapes we o suggested the one year clause said that there is a possibility the school May be closed due to a decrease in the elementary enrolment which would mean that the Hayman building would be reopened As a school he it said it was for this reason he recommend Erl the pne Vear lease rather than a Long term contract commander Charles e Burns of Kearney Post told the committee that if the Post were awarded a Long term lease they planned to put in a new Jeri or of a he Quot building at their own expense. A a the birr my i ibo re of be Quot school Hoard. Mrs Mary Condon. Mrs Margaret Andrade. Vincent f Saviano and anti ion Dap Onte who were present at the session.,All expressed Confidence the Post was granted permission to use several typewriters and tables property of the school department town was eynolds auditorium for the meeting ii it monday night granted the town Council an additional $50 was appropriated by the school Board to have the Chelsea wrecking company of Brockton move the pews and other furniture in Trinity Church the Brockton concern was recently awarded the contract to tear Down the chinch building in order to make Way for the proposed new Andrews memorial High school Wilfred m Hammill chairman of the sub committee on school houses who entered a a the meeting late informed his colleagues that minor Small repair work on the various school buildings is progressing on schedule As the bids were it get presented correctly by two of the three bidders the Board deferred until the Christmas recess awarding of the contract to install a Blower and Hood to remove cooking doors from the Colt Cap Tai a. It. I a Xis and 3aai from. Of Ere and by the scribe Ere in the movie a a Day at the races a Groucho Marx is shown giving one of his patients at the sanitarium the same kind of an Over grown Pill which earlier in the picture he had fed to a sick horse. Of course it is really very funny and the audience roars with laughter but Groucho Wasny to so far away from actual practise after All. An i what leads me to say that is something in be just been Reading in the congressional record. In glancing through the record my Eye happened to Light on the sub heading a dishonest advertising is rampant crazy water Reading Down the Parago aph i discovered that this once highly advertised Medicine is practically the same thing As Glaubert a Salt a remedy used As a physic for horses. Shades of Groucho .00 we l that tags a. Jolt new or it the a \ a a a i. Unanian dist a feed to charge Sion w it George a. Cady architect on Andrews Mem orial school and Gards to his contract. As All of Tolje committee not present the Board postponed until its next meeting hearing a report from Robert l. To Jvon congressman Coffee of Washington was using this As an illustration of the need for a revision of the present food and drug Laws particularly with regard to More truthfulness in the advertising of these kinds of products. A a according to the Book a american chamber of horrors,�?T.�?� he said a which was written by the chief educational officer of the Foo and drug administration. Crazy water grate is Are essentially Glaubert a Silt a he Ric physic. V i a. In a a Purchase in for cent. Crazy water crystals have been com st pation functional stomach disease liver disorders cystitis diabetes and Severa other Tinter Estinor in pastime Moit Dat us nabs Bat August a and a a two featuke8 a As Goch it As married doru Nolan John Boles Walter Elope or Alai mob Bat Tala by amp Ell everybody laughed at thedr wedding but he laughed last a a Aleo a a league of frightened men pastor and Bride welcomed Rev Herbert d Graetz pastor of the first congregational Church and his Bride were welcomed upon their arrival Here saturday by a Large group of members of the Church at an Outing held at Dixons cottage Popp Squash sponsored by the Netotian club. A feature was the cutting of a three Decker wedding cake by los. Graetz following a Brief speech by her husband. An informal sports program was enjoyed As were also the Clam chowder water Melon and soda provided by the committee. Those in charge included Herbert b. Burnham jr., Samuel j. Steen Norman Board and the misses Miriam Mccaughey Ethelyn Pray and Sallie Church. Dist a treed a to charge them no rent vacant since the latter part of last month the Hayman so Jool building for the past few years has been used As a spa Nursery school. Last fall town Council president Prescott b. Pauli indicated that the building might he sought As a Headquarters for the police department in View of protests regarding that departments use of the Burnside memorial Hall. However the plan of or. Pauli was never pushed or. Burns said that the Bristol legion Post planned to take Possession of the building immediately in order hat it May be opened to visiting legionnaires during the department convention to be held Here the latter part of this week. School. George Bacon of this town was awarded the contract to install batteries for the Guiteras and Reynolds schools clock systems. There were five bidders. The Waldron company was authorized to proceed with its proposed plate for installing new Supply pipes in the toilets at. Colt High school. Action was deferred until a later Date on. The erection of a memorial sign at the Hii Teras athletic Field. The sub committee on school houses was authorized to proceed with the work to the Taft school boiler and the Burton school Furnace at a Cost not to exceed $275. The firm of Samuel Kinder and brother was hired to Grade and seed the front tawn of the Taft school. Of the Guiteras. Memorio to Judy or. We Feii it she tied have when buying Medicine Are mentioned by the congressman in his further remarks on the subject. For itis Tanc e he declares that it is not enough for a Label to merely list the drugs a Medicine contains without stating in what proportions they Are pm respect. Soldiers Home plans annual a a baked sept. 8 commandant Mooney Heads arrangements committee with Walter Connolly a Versal itew8 keel two features wednesday Aad thu sat August 11 and is drama Thunder from the Mountain tops Josephine Hutchinson and George Brent in a Mountain Justice with Guy Kibbee Kona babble Bobbt sabbat also in Lee Tracy with Kana g3>son a behind the headlines latest Pathe items Bee wednesday matinee All seats 15c Ukida sad 8atubdat, August is Aad 14 Mutiny yet they love the More for the hours remaining Ture that storms in epic sweep Over half the world. Advent Wamer Baxter and Wallace Beery in Taip a with Ait booed by Partosa a pigs is Pius 8�rlsl apr alb West Datsy com say it a a Hobs Rule a Tbs Ukel. Marchers will Benefit marchers in saturdays Parade will get As Good a View of the procession As any one else under the plan of Brig. Gen. L. H. Callan who is arranging that phase of the program under the general a plan the formation of the Parade is so arranged that the leading element starts from the rear thereby permit tag those taking part to see the procession As it moves Forward and eliminating the necessity of a counter March. A change in the line of March is also noted. Instead of at High and state streets As in the past the Parade of the legion will be formed by the chief marshal at High and Franklin streets and promptly at 2 15 will move South on High to Walley Down Hope Street along Hope to Franklin Street up the latter to High Street to Bristol Mon where they will be reviewed. The annual Clam bake of the Rhode Island soldiers Home will be held sept. 8, at 12-30 of clock. Commandant Lawrence a. Mooney announced this morning. State and town officials leaders in american legion and veterans of foreign wars circles will be guests at the affair which will be held on the Home grounds. Headed by or. Mooney the committee of arrangements includes Edward Drysdale Francis Mcdonough and Matthew Reilly world War Crawford Allen Thomas Finnigan and Charles Gordon Spanish american War adjutant James t. Pierce is Secretary of the committee. Announcement was also made by the commandant that the advisory committee on soldiers Relief of which division or. Mooney is chief will meet at the Home at 6 of clock tomorrow night. Timothy Ferrick department commander of the veterans of foreign wars will be a guest at the session members of the advisory committee Are Theodore Knapp Richard e. Windsor Harry Hoffman and William Worochock world War George Lewis g. A. R. And col. Rogers Spanish american War. Cuoma wins fight for legion nomination defeats Perry and Brno for senior vice con Unander a Beth a three cornered fight for the senior vice commanders Post featured the presentation of a slate of new officers to Kearney Post the am9rican legion Friday night. Francis p. Cuoma sponsored by b. W. Wall won the nomination when it was put to a vote and he gained 20 of 28 votes cast. Also seeking the endorsement were Manuel Perry proposed by Joseph , who received six votes and Joseph Bruno third member of the nominating committee who presented his own name. He received two votes. The name of Samuel j. Smith was presented for commander without opposition As were also those of William t. Cashin for Junior vice commander Fred m. Straight chaplain Bertram w. Wall historian a. A. Edmonds. Service officer and Domenic Masc la employment officer. Seek one hour parking a one hour parking restriction on Hope Street will be sought at tomorrow nights meeting of the town Council it was Learned today. If the proposers Are successful the restriction will be in effect from 7 a. To 6 p. M., daily in the area a Between state and Bradford streets. If mily fhe in Gredis uts Are named without giving their proportions he asks a of How much Aid would this be to a consumer who., wants to know what he is taking we to a be Downs a dose of that widely touted remedy Alka Seltzer he would read the Label and discover that Alka Seltzer consists essentially of a Mcture of aspirin baking soda and citric acid. Since car cards have vaunted tie Al Kate Zhu a effect of Alka Saltzer he would to Obj by decide that an Alka Seltzer Tablet consists mainly of a dose of baking soda with a Little aspirin thrown in act Billy its Joist the other Way around. Every Alka Seltzer Tablet contains a s grains of aspirin More than the amount in the usual aspirin Tablet. A nor would the Mere listing of ingredients be of much help to the housewife who wishes to do her purchasing intelligently. The manufacturer of Oval Tine for example could truthfully Label his product As containing dried egg. A i other having difficulty in getting her cd to eat the number of leg prescribed by the doctor might cd decide that feeding him Oval Tine would be a Good Way to increase his egg . Unless the proportion of ingredients was listed on the Label she would have no Means of knowing that the amount of dried egg in Oval Tine is very snug in a that part of the chamber of horrors prepared by the food Andi Pirug administration to show the need or informative Labelling of food Sfa of so Fia t an exhibit giving the compos it put of varous brands of chocolate milk a product used a tile a children. Many of -<i8 by Ltd Rcpt at malted Millos contained a my a More sugar and a a imiiiiiniic3iiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiuiiiciiiiuiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiie3iiiiiiiuiiic iiimiiiiiie3iiiimiiiiic3iiiiiiimi i wrecking Trinity Church i some of the finest Type of used building material can be purchased at the site of this a wrecking work at very reasonable prices Quot Chelsea building wrecking co. ,. Melted milk. A Mother has no yet Ilc tto we ing when she purchas�s., whether she is Pym Iii and Nilk prices for sugar and , More it is a Only effects her pocketbook Biff he nutrition of her children for sugar Cocoa and malted milk he a a widely afferent values in meat Reg the food needs of children. A the right of a Ert to know what they Are feeding a air Stock is so Well recognized Tiit most states have Laws requiring a Ltd a informative Labelling for anus As. Is the proper feeding of a i tii less important than that a Ives Jfe Cliff another feature gaps Sfern Goff up Mcgar no. of Mii amp Iyo Diu in Eis be mentioned
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