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Bristol Phoenix (Newspaper) - August 10, 1937, Bristol, Rhode IslandL a a a a. A a a a a m a a i is a re form it am Flimsy m. Jh37. Semi weekly a a ? a a a of a game with prove do Nee brr Ture Dianne Rocky Pomti to. A a while More than. 700 of their fellow employees watched the baseball nine of the Bristol a Plant United a states rubber products inc., went Down to a 6-2 defeat at the hands of the Providence Branch team. The game was a feature of the annual Outing of the Bristol Branch held saturday at Rocky Point. Despite the defeat of their nine the Outing proved a marked Success. The trip to the amusement resort on Nar rag Nett Bay was made by the wire workers in boats buses and private automobiles. Shore and Chicken dinners were enjoyed by the picnickers As Well As a program of competitive sports for which prizes were awarded Winston Featherstone officiated As starter m the races with William p. Mclaughlin and Erasmo Mancini As judges. The finishing department team consisting of Louis Defolice James brow and Virgil Mederios won in a Pillow fight Over a Trio representing the braiding department. A tug of War was won by the team captained by Anthony Arico. Winners of other sporting events follow 100-Yard dash for men Anthony a a bakery Perry first and Manuel a a Flash Ferriera 50-Yard dash for women Agnes Almeida first and Frances Marshall fat Many a race Santo Martone first and Joseph a a Kelly Sylvia jump rope race for women a Eva Matun first and Agnes Almeida. Peanut race for women Frances Marshall first and Agnes Almeida race for men. 40 and up Santo mar tone first and Louis Stanzione shoe race for men Nunzio Gaglio first and a Manuel Ferreira. Louis i Dickinson president of the employees association sponsors of the Outing was chairman of the arrangements a Omro Htee assisted by Michael Pasquarelli miss glad s Rishe miss Lillie in Phenes Manuel Vargas .�.nst�tlf? Ivin Iiona of scan a v i iced Janics Oai Quot Zano Orlando Bisbano Domenic Deriso John Almeyd Walkam Coite and James a Sisson. I so of a no a wife completed last diffing tie american legion Conven fish in this town on thursday. Friday and saturday according to an announcement by Cora missioner George r. Fish. The scouts,.will maintain five information Booths at Vantage Points about town during the three Days and will also have first Aid stations established wherever activities Are taking place. The scouts will act As orderlies at the convention sessions and other functions and will take charge of parking at the schools and parking lot. Details of scouts will carry flags and signs in the Parade on saturday and s. S Kearney will also assist in first Aid work and other service. The scouts of All troops Are ordered to report in uniform on saturday at 12 30 p. M. At scout Hall where they will be assigned to duty. During the convention a its assignments will be covered by boy souls and sea scouts especially picked a by the local officials Benefit game for Chappie Oliver by James b. Lee p stand by there its time to Send your things to the Warren and Bristol laundry. Join the year a round folks who depend on us hot weather and cold. Thrifty service 15 lbs. $1.00 7c each Pound Over Fielding in by a Ian Jfe .�ashl6n behind the effective pitching of Andy do am Brosi former Colt memorial High school Star Harvey Gladues Bristol All stars scored a 7 to 3 vhf tory Over Joe Kelley Sylvia a portuguese american team Friday evening on the common. The game was played for the Benefit of a Chappie Quot Oliver Star outfielder of the losers. He has been Laid up for the past six weeks with water on the knee. Do a Abrosia yielded seven hits but kept them Well spread out in the seven he had wonderful control not issuing any free passes to first base. Quot chief Bender losing hurler was off form and issued eight walks hit a batsman and allowed base runners to Advance by a wild pitch in the Sec Otid stanza. Foxy Marshall relieved him at the end of the fifth inning Benda and Marshall allowed but two hits apiece. A cat Viii was game. He drove out a triple and a which accounted for the three tallies made by his team a a a a River a Cardoza the losers left fielder clouded a triple in he sixth in big. But Overr an third base and was caught Between the a a Jrie tax. Alt.-, Ning gave to lies All stars the verdict f our walks singles by Decieri and do a Abrosia sacrifice Fly by Leon Lemaire and a wild pitch produced the markers a infield error and Adeys triple and a single by Frankie Sousa Zae the portuguese nine two runs in the third a double by Andrade that scored a a Tony Perry in the fish gave them their third run of the ame come eff a is a bolts a t0> Rollins Aikman of sting saturday \ a competitive sports program Between the various departments will feature the annual Outing of the Collins and Aikman Mills to be held saturday at Rocky 600 employees and their families Are expected to attend the affair. The trip to the Seaside resort will be made in two boats especially chartered for the occasion. Charles b. Rockwell vice president of the Collins and Aikman corporation will head the list of invited guests which will include other officials of the two Bristol plants. A the picnickers will have their Choice of either a Chicken or Shore dinner. Fred Atkinson night super visor of Plant a general chairman has announced. 4other members of the committee of arrangements includes John Langello John st. Angelo August Marshall Earl p. Mathewson Edgar Sutcliffe and Charles Fay. The sub committee members follow transportation Ralph Bennett Harry Bullock and John p. Sousa. Sports Frank Gladue Freeman Canning Edward Stewart Jack Hill Herbert Newman Charles Benson Lillian Pasquarelli tickets Leslie m. Reid Betty mat tos Ida Russell Lucy Machado Lillian Pasquarelli Mary Santos Lillian Dunbar. Parade to be big Public feature of legion dept. Convention continued from Page 1 a. Wilcox Oakland Beach and Rhode Island state Airport Norwood. Marshal of the fourth division e. J Holland District commander Quot win his successor. Thomas Dolan As aide the celebrated cd Post Bugle and drum corps will head the music complement of this division which also includes the Roger Williams Providence corps Antonio Mangione sons of the legion and the Mendes Hobson auxiliary. Die wacht am Rhein Post of Providence is included in the marchers of this division other posts represented a cd Providence Post no. 1, Howard Rogers Providence municipal Providence Joshua k Broadhead. North Providence Roger Williams. Providence r. I. Women a Providence Thomas l. Rvan Providence 78th division Providence Antonio Mangione Providence Nicholas bar Rone. Providence , Rochambeau Providence provide acc business mens Elmwood and men a Des in ebon Bristol All stars Massa 2 Lemarre if Longdon s Leclerc 2 Salerno 2 a h. Menard r Desilets. Of. In. Mansi c a a Delpiano. 3do Ambrosia u Duff it 1totals new shirts laundered exclusively by us Are Given a full years guarantee for Wear. Stand Byl put in a Call for Warren and Bristol Quality service. Ferreiras 3 Perr it. 3. S Andrade a r f Sousa 2 Marshall r. P l. Sgt Luln of Aguiar if Cardoza. If Mello 1 Benda p j. Borges s totals innings All stars portuguese a b h to a 5 0 0 0 1. A a 4 0 0 2 1. 2 1 1 2 2. 3 0 1 1 o 1 1 1 0 5. 4 1 0 2 0 3 1 0 3 0 _. 1 1 0 0 0 _. 1 0 0 0 2 3 1 1 2 3 0 1 0 8 1 27 7 4 21 12 americans a h h to a. 4 0 1 3 4. 3 o 1 2 2 3 1 2 3 1. 3 0 1 0 3 0 0 1 2. 3 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 3 0 1 10 0 2 0 0 0 4 1 0 0 0 0 27 2 3 4 3 7 6 21 7 13 -brier.-/. Zaila Tiv Trao prepared the Parade set up Quot a id line of March said that colors will be carried a with respective units and posts a the parades will form on High Street and will proceed through the principal streets of the town for an approx if Fri the Mac chm distance of one red for Alt rojes., a a Lis heti in Quot Tbs a Hyde at Liopo eng in so a Hose company station High and Franklin streets the Parade orders issued by Gen. Callan follow the chief marshal will form his Section on High Street right resting at Franklin Street. The rear of this Section extending North fist division will form on the West Side of High Street right resting to Bradford Street the rear of this division will extend West on the South Side of Franklin if necessary. Second will form on the East Side of High Street right resting at Bradford Street rear of this division extending East on South Side of Franklin Street if necessary. Third division will form on the West Side of High Street right resting at state Reg a of this division will extend West on the South Side of Bradford Street if necessary fourth division will Forn. On the East Side of High Street night resting at state Street rear of this division extending East on the South Side of Bradford Street if necessary the formation of the Parade is so array feed that the element starts from the rear thereby permitting leaking part to see the pa-,? a i i it a re fat the Urece a a sity a a counter match. It is the duty of Tny with the it a unit taking part in the Parade to familiarize themselves in Advance with their assigned position and its location and see to it that their unit is in position at 2 Oclock up Taftt Jarade a Jay a it Quot to e�9dis4lssjp-yp Spiegla town meeting a Otier Trolman and a a Irti port to t Brig. Gen. Callan Veteran of Many army and civilian parades who has lined up the department convention Parade of the american legion saturday afternoon. Bristol youth and Young woman graduate Bryant College Providence Rhode Island conferred a degree upon a Well known brith youth and awarded a diploma to a popular Bristol girl this week. Andrew Pansa son of or. At jul mrs. Thomas Pansa was Given degree of Bachelor of science in business administration b s. In b. A and mis Jilda Jamiel daughter of or and mrs. Michael g Jamiel was Given a diploma from the secretarial division of the College. It was the largest graduating class of 74 years. The Honora ble Burton k. Wheeler United states senator from Montana gave the address to graduates his subject a the supreme court and the Jude Jeremiah of Connell presiding Justice of the Superior a court Quot of Rhodff Island was commencement chairman and monsignor the Benediction �7 Peter a. Foie Robert alien Vas the noun web. Or class Van eds a sofian and matters pertaining to the special financial town meeting next monday night and the addition of an extra patrolman to the police Force will be among the major items of importance to be discussed at tomorrow nights meeting of the town Council. Donat j Gladue chairman of the sewer commission is expected to appear at tie session with his committees recommendation of the $30 a it sough by prof h. K. Barrows from Bristol taxpayers to continue the study of the sewer Plant relative to it noxious doors the sewer Board too will seek $52 x at the special town meeting a Strong advocate of the extra patrolman to ement. Town Council president Prescott b Pauli is expected to make another plea in that direction at this session he has always contended that the Community needed additional Protection especially Iii the Wood Street area. Another matter that will Likely he considered by the town fathers will be a petition that is expected to be presented by the Bristol Narrows Luft pro vement association for a passable roads to the summer resort a leading the fight for the a a Narrows group will be former town councilman Frank j Sylvia president of the association. A paying taxes of approximately $2500 a year Bristol Narrows has but one paved Street the Narrows Road leading in from Meta com Avenue a or. Sylvia recently asserted the Council will also meet a a Board of License commissioners to act on the application of Salvadore Nunes to Transfer his class b liquor License to Anna cd Martins at 425-427 Wood Street. Outing plans Complete plans for the annual Outing of parishioners of our lady of or. Carmel Church were Quot practically completed at Quot a meeting of the arrangements comr Xisra a a a a Hub a a cps eted Ubay cry be it to a it it 5�ff- w will be held i it a Henry , president of Bryant conferred honorary degrees upon senator Wheeler mrs. William Brown Meloney. Distinguished Jaq rna transportation will he provided for people going Quot to the picnic grounds. Interval trips will be made Ferotti 11 m7-on, from the Church on site Jis t and editor. A a a j Jhu. T6 a Junish a to nth to Ipp ,-t.i�t?u�\i%�ybtfpf��t�5g�?~ cd Svart a yet Kadaf Jck Liui for Howard Frazier it anguished corps to Complete their contest at an Early hour mrs. Lena Chaffee stairs now in los Angeles major and mrs c. E. Stairs of the salvation army have been appointed to los angles with a record of 30 years in social service work they go to the los Angeles Field Well equipped to meet All requirements of that area during their two years in Stockton mrs. Stairs visited and interviewed More than 2000 needy persons including families single men and prisoners. To Many of these were Given garments food bedding and household goods Many families have established Homes throw Mph Aid Given them by major and mrs stairs the Are former Bristol residents 0 ii 2 0 2 b�?7 0 0�?3 errors Perry Ferreira 2. D Ambrosia 2. Hot so Oft d amt Rosin 7, off Henda 2 in n innings off Marshall 2 to 2 innings a i Tolen bases in err Aguiar Lemaire 2. Duff. Congdon 2, Salzano. I Tel Plano. Two base hits Congdon Andrade three base hits Andrade Cardoza. Sacrifice hits Bematre Perry Aguiar struck out a a do Ambrosia 3. By Benda 4. Base on balls off Benda 8, off Marshall 1 wild pitch Benda hit by Pitche Ltd balls by Benda Del Plano left on bases All s ars in portuguese a umpires Jossens. N ate a Langello bases. Time of games in. 32m. Ujj a Tripi r Joyce saw Barren phone 4t23m beavers must keep Busy a a Busy a beavers have to keep Busy. If not kept Short by gnawing the Teeth would grow so Long that the animals could not close their Mouths first portable typewriter a the first portable Type writer in the United states was patented in 1882 by Voerge c. Blickens Derfer. Fifty satisfied customers in Bristol now have the Ray Oil Burner a a a every pressure Type automatic Oil Burner has some of the Many desirable features looked for in an Oil Burner but Only a Ray built Burner has All of them. You have Only to inquire of those who already have one installed. Three years to pay. For Sale by Frank m. Dimond sea scouts win again sea Scmitz ship Kearncy of this Toun added another to its string of \ ketones of Cutter races on sunday afternoon when it accepted a. Challenge from the executive officers of Camp Yaw Gitig and Defeated them in a Cutter race Over a Quarter mile course on the Lake at Camp Yaw Good. The local Crew won by Over a boat s length although accustomed recent in to Manning a whale boat rather than a Cutter the local boys showed All they had m them when the it pulled a Vav from the Strong husky or Evv representing the Camp. Transportation was furnished by two members of the ship and committeeman Norman Herreshoff the Crew was Royal in entertained following the race and took part in the evening Parade on the Camp Parade grounds where Thev were congratulated he the Camp officials on their Victory the members of the wining Crew included port America Bisvano stroke. Charles Scott. Raymond Risbano Arthur Arruda Alfred Sousa starboard Anthony Roderick Felix Scott. Frank Deltoro Clarence Owren and Alfre Tamburro. Skipper Arthur j Bel Tiore. Was coxswain and had charge of the trip. Or Stanley Friswell superintendent of the mount Hope Bridge has been named As a member of the ships committee of s. S. . Skipper Belmore announced yesterday. The ship is in receipt of a Fine letter Fraro Kearney Post no. 6, the american legion congratulating them for the excellent work done at their annual regatta and also for services rendered in locating the body of a drowned Man in the Barrington Rivel the ship is in receipt of an invitation from the Massachusetts inst tut a of technology to take part in the i a a regional sailing regatta for sea 6trtis-to be held on. Dinghies used by the sea Kearney plans to three of these. The ship will meet on thursday evening to receive assignments for duty at the american legion convention. Ralph Kinder resigns to take new position Ralph Kinder widely known organist composer and choir master and a native of this town has resigned his Post at the Church of the holy Trinity in Philadelphia where he has for the past 38 years to accept the position As organist and choir master at st. Thomas Church Whitemarsh a. The following clipping from a Philadelphia paper tells of or. Kinder a association with the hold Trinity Church a Kinder Well known in Philadelphia for his musical activity came to hol it Trinity with the late Rev Floyd w Tomkins in 1898. When the latter became pastor of the Church Quot since that time Kinder played at regular services trained the choir and conducted a series of Organ recitals on saturday afternoons during january each year. A the celebrated organist who. Along with Rev., or Tomkins came to this City from Providence r. I a vill be come associated Frith the Whitemarsh Church a Uherc Rev. N b. Groton is Rector starting september 1. He will continue at holy Trinity until that banker and social it a tidiness fraternal and welfare worker and Harry Arthur Hopf Deputy president of the International committee of scientific management. Class Day and alumni Day were held tuesday at the College starting by the alumni procession across the Campus to Stratton auditorium for the exercises. The presidents reception followed with class reunions in the afternoon and the alumni banquet in the evening an unusually Large number of Bryants 57,000 alums returned from All parts of the country for this reunion and class Day Bryants commencement festivities came to a Brilliant close thursday evening with the senior prom at the ballroom of the hotel Biltmore Providence. Aug coming events 15. Sunday cup defenders Assn second annual kiting Garcia a farm Bristol Narrows. Contest Abo on the afternoon schedule. Field prizes the Sale of refers Raets and a general get together of the parishioners is being Platine by the committee. Raymond j. Cavallaro is general chairman of the arrangements committee. It other officers include Orlando Jav Bisbano Wice chairman Mary u Defelices Secretary and Joseph a Parella. Treasurer. Of Eua Joseph b. Soul or vices for Joseph a. Sousa 34 of so cad school Street who i de thursday at Wallum Lake were held at 9 of clock yesterday morning in st. a Church. Rev. Henri que Rocha acting pastor officiate id. Burial was in st. Mary a cemetery born in the azores or. Sousa was the son of Manuel and Mary Sousa. He came to this country and made Bis Home in Bristol 20 years ago. He is survived by his Mother six Brothers and two Sisters Bill of this town. Boat owner . Red Mary Dewolf Doi drum Helen Danforth Pappou seed Loahy or. N August 22. Th��?T-�0lto�i4� sailing dinghies owned Byj wll be Tkv trip and. S. S. R. I. Red wins Mary Howe Dewolff a Rhode Island red completed the five and one half mile triangular course in two hours 21 minutes and 10 seconds to win saturdays race of 12j footers. It marked the Start of the August series sixteen of the Little boats competed m the race which was sailed in a Light Southwest Bretze the boats that competed and the order of their finish together with their standing to Date follow a table re Parsons a Bevis Tony Zinderstein a. Whitecap a Jow i Antomo Benson a Rockwell Gloria ii French chewing a Whitemarsh a. Shrimp pop Gardinera poppy ii Freeman remora Paul Nicholson Clouet Tel Steele eau Mara Brown Aurora a. Dewolf Nancy Bell def j. Congdon Tel. Pts 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 ? 8 7 6 31 2 0 Newman Bristol s leading food Sll Ite a special values in Quality fqpds�?Tmji�8 a a Cele a Knox gelatine Reg.22c pkg 19c . Pads 2 John Alden crushed pineapple 8 of tins 3 for 25ci Cut rite Wax paper Ige Rolls 18c.srnall Rolls 2 for 13�5�, Contos the genuine mexican Corn chips tin a 25<�. Canada dry Ginger ale 12-6 of. Hot. Contents. Sec. Weeta Bix Cereal 2 pm 25c Lux toilet soap 3 is 20 Doles pineapple juice 50c of tins each. 35 Pennant Buter cookies pkg 17c cheese Rarebits-23c a a s. S. Pierce co. Fine foods a a \ consomme Cardinal Reg 18c tins special 3 for a 49c equally Fine served jelled of bet Widgeon water watch did not race def a did not finish. V Iii vector a a Jer Victri eighteen when the new to her in Kehri Ngoin pallid to in Rte of a in old Fligh be was Queen for a byte four Yean d Haer Timir Quot a re go a aria it i cried to As the victorian Era. Red Label baked Beans Reg 18c tins 3 or i pea Beans red kidney or Yel Loyy eyes red Label Brown bread Reg 17c tins specials red Label Apple sauce Reg 14c tins sp�ci�l7 eat i .l�?~2.r a epicure epicure Hoisa country style Rockies id do jars a Smithfield Virginia Iii a Fps Ewsii r. A regular 35c jars special each 3.1ci us Usu by Overland Mayonnaise Reg 33c pint jars ease ./�?�29i& w Overland Sandwich spread very tasty a a l,.,. .22 Hoisa French dressing better than o Rdinir-y.bpt2ip� a genuine Golden Bantam com Dou Bartlett pears Doz 35cilarge Ripe a iunasld6z%%lj a assorted Coler i Best skinless Frankfort a to fresh Bristol broilers 2 Birdseye Haddock la 27c red Perc filet of sole la 35c he Pilgrim Bis a Fresoli
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