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Bristol Phoenix (Newspaper) - February 7, 1939, Bristol, Rhode IslandBristol r. A tuesday february 7, 1939 Price two cents 1 a 0 Wissin a put pc Mii Icil i f rep Uicich party fails to in i amp a m. I Gevine for town treasure jaw a withdraw As Ca Date of a to up Pauu May file Independent ticket the name of j. Floyd Huestis was 4 48 p. M. Arid asked a by Stander if filed yester a with Toto clerk John the democratic ticket had been filed. W. Church Republican candidate informed that if and not he imme for first Couf Cilman. His democratic Diatel proceeded to Quot write one out in opponent will be finest e. Alder at Lon fit hand assisted by Thomas my present the town building inst it actor. Grath. The ticket was completed and according to the ticket filed by chair filed at exactly five of clock. Man Anthony j. A Uiles of the demo Secretary James f. Pierce who was cratic town committee. Or. John r. To have filed the ticket did not reach Bernardo chairman of the Republican the town Hall until 5 10 and then he town committee filed the ticket for i did pot enter the building but waited his party. I for the chairman to come outside. It was the opinion last in it it in local a the Secretary was supposed to have political circles that Council president a red the ticket a asserted chairman Pauli would enter an Independent tick Nunes As he came abreast of or. It at least for town Council. He in Pierce. A the committee was supposed dictated that he was dissatisfied with to have reported to me with a ticket the ticket filed by chairman Nunes. They did no to do it a responded the much Surprise was voiced also that the republicans had failed to present William h. Angevine As their candidate for town treasurer but instead had filed the name of Carlton b. Hill. Accompanied by former state senator William g. Dixon and former councilman James f Wylie. Or. Bernardo filed his slate with the town clerk at 4 30 p m the slate signed by the chairman and John a. Victoria sr�?T��p1ryc7str a Moderator. Judge t. Leahy _ town clerk. John w. Church Council a Floyd . Capt. Paul a Herzig a. A. Edmonds James j. Vel Leca and John p. Marshall probate democratic Secretary and pointed out that he had waited All afternoon at his office in the soldiers Home for the nominating committee which comprises Norman f Bernard Manuel Sylva and Frank Langello the committee Secretary declared that he had the slate All ready Foi presentation with the exception of one appointment for the Council. A and a Angevine seeks to Correct wrong impression on candidacy a i want to Correct the impression which i believe was conveyed by the Providence journal in its Issue of sunday feb. said town treasurer William h. Angevine this morning in a statement to the Phoenix. A i want to state definitely that i am a candidate. Tor the office go. Town treasurer although the newspaper article in question seemed to me to convey the Ithra that i was not interested in beg re elected. A i did not deem it necessary to apply to either party. I never had to do that before and no one from either party approached me this year. T believe i have fulfilled the duties of the office conscientiously and efficiently if i am re elected i will do my utmost to continue in the same tells of collecting crowns As his Hobby judge Edward 1. I any Joyvon str Conj i i a Kiwi to. Tiv Orr Xiv rat it fat a a try i Nini Home when All three of them were in pro i Dencey a he told Nunes that he had remained at his office in accordance with instructions Given him at last meeting of the town str. To tick of to Rev. Arthur l. Washburn of Brown University gave a delightfully interesting and humorous talk on a a hobbies yesterday at the meeting of the ladies benevolent society in Holmes House he devoted most of his remarks to a description of his own Hobby which is that of collecting crowns. He had Many to show his listeners. Some of speakers at Praise Andrews memorial school All unite in stating Bristol has taken big Forward step a hundreds inspect new buildings a Complete Cost approximately $237,000 a Charles b. Rockwell presides Cor Mirtee Gong is Merime. At the came from Beju a my and France tee for three years. John if Thron i Nunes follows town Council Ern to exr if its to i a i. A1a a. A Dewolf or. Domenico p. Perron and John Cordeiro assessor of taxes Frank m. Dimond sewer commissioner. Anthony Vav. Dupont Moderator. First District Fred g. Clea or clerk first District. Joseph j. Marshall Moderator second District. Joseph m Edmonds clerk second District. Thomas Henry. Chairman Nunes on the other hand. 5i.?Ushgd-.4njp.-4h.feep.wb Asci est e Der. Charles t. Davis. James c Conley Anth on Bisvano and it Seph George probate judge. Edward l. Leah Moderator. Edward 1 Leah. Town clerk. John a Church town treasurer. William h Angevine school committee. \ incent Sav Iano. Margaret b. Andrade and Wilfred Hamill assessor of taxes to -�?~-v.4�smithiuedaanr Page 4 a hts. .ieaar.n�,. A from capt Bullock regi Doran warns town agencies that reports should be Given to budget Board with the annual financial town meet request from these agencies is made ing less than six weeks Awa. Girair Man Frank l. Doran of the Bristol budget committee today said that his Board plans to begin its study of municipal estimates at a Date no later than the latter part of tins w Eek to the budget committee in writing the same As those submitted by the ii ads of municipal departments a pointing out a there is an urgency for tie a reports As Earl As possible in order that we Ina it Complete our he said that the first of the reports ini get of that it a be published and recommendations to be considered and Trio rough studied a tax a ers will be those of the fire police and Highway departments the sewer com be fore the or Doran financial declared Tow n that meeting in other Mission and a pos sigh unemployment i it the Eon Smittee has been Handi Relief the school department budget i capped for time because of Dela s of agencies and Deli Arment Heads m sub tic ranged in size from a half Icli to three and our inches in diameter mrs p. M Macdougall introduced the speaker and also presided at the Hort Busi Bicsi meeting refreshments Werc served. Boffo Niimi or. A a Wash Burn s talk a b. T. A. Jul not sponsor Washington Ball for the first tim e in 90 \ ears Bristol this j ear will Hae no Bristol train of artillery sponsored washing on birthday rail will be considered a about the Middle of february a or Doran said with the town Council. Mothers Aid and Public Aid departments scheduled for a later Date a fall agencies such As the Colt memorial ambulance fund the Derrr Ratton Day committee. Rogers free Library and Bristol Branch. American red Cross Are expected to turn in their annual reports together with their recommendations to the budget committee and not to the town the finance Board chairman asserted. Or Doran that the budget Board a a can to entertain any appropriation for consideration unless the Mitt Itig Repi it the budget committee agencies As Well As Tow departments would be expected to pre a a mental adjutant who said that it had been agreed not to bold the annual Ball this \ ear out of respect to col Alfred m me Ninan. M d whose sudden death last month left the organization w without a commander. Made an Annuel affair in 1848. The Washington Ball in Bristol want Aii Nulah looked Forward to by residents of the Comuni unit As Well As Iii hair and a ishtar official of this and surrounding tates it continued uninterrupted throughout the ears and has Een held during the War clouded Days of 1917-18 although during those two ears it was confined exc Lumye to officer of the command and their families regarding the future of the train Lone of the three oldest chartered rom chairman Mand us it in Meroa capt Rul Loik a e Are jut now standing at Awa thing tie annual election a we look on this As our hour of Triumph a said president Charles b Rockwell at one Point in his remarks As presiding officer at the dedication of the Robert Shaw Andrews memorial school saturday afternoon. That Chance remark seemed somehow to set the keynote for the exercises which were held in the spacious gymnasium of the new school before an audience numbering in the neighbourhood of a thousand people. Practically All of the 800 seats on the main floor were occupied As were also most of the permanent bleachers. Addresses were made by the Hon. James o. Mcmanus acting governor of Rhode Island professor c Emanuel Ekstrom head of the department of education at Brown University and by or. James f Rockett. State director of education an american Flag was presented to the school but past department commander a a. Edmonds on behalf of Kearney Post. No. 6, the american Leimon and recen Edh mrs Mary i Condon the trowel used in la my the was. Guen or Rock vet in a Celjo v Ommie a of and Wilfred m Hamill Unity to inspect the school. Many w Ere the expressions of wonder and of pleasure brought Forth by the excellence of the appointments of this latest addition to the educational facilities of this town and the opportunities thus afforded to the school pop dilation of Bristol. The program was opened by or. Rockwell. He introduced Rev. Michael l. Ryan pastor of st. Mary a Church who gave the following invocation invocation by Rev. Michael a Ryan a come holy ghost fill the hearts cant w Ell chairman of the dedication committee read a sketch of the life of Rrbert a Liaw Andrews the pc s to that new building were presented to or Rock-�b.s.,. It Ori get Ajax cd cad. Jhc a Rani text a the new school a built at an approximate Rost of s237.000 the town Cecii de a pm Grant of $105.900 and Inonu from the Andrews bequest prodded the remaining $131.000. The approximate distribution of co to was a follows Purchase of i Hon Jas. 0. Mcmanus governor who was a speaker at dedication exercises to nit and Babbitt prop crts and land including to lie razing of the buildings. Of the faithful and kindle in them the fire of the love Send Forth thy Spir Legal expenses title guarantee a and they shall be created and thou sent to the Board a Complete financial Uhichi win Taki Plai e april 2 reek set 4�i expenditures for 1938 to with indication pointing to Gether wit i an estimate of their Bud a Eonni nation it t the organization the Geary needs for the ensuing Vear matter for Comee Ture is who will be from Earls indications All town de come it new commander right of apartments with the exception of High a eni Orit s Cal a Cox Frev could was and i Blu Aid still end the it ear a step up but it has been Learned that within their appropriations. I he will not Eek the position. Serving on the budget committee. Made up of Tasso companies a and Svith or Doran Are Norton m Zin the train has a personnel of 59 Derstein g Broson and i r i men and 13 officers including a Chap per rom. The latter As be Cetaro Lam. Judge a locate and pcs Simian a a pastime m03�dat my of Pat february a and 7�?two features Priscilla Lane and Wayne Morris in a brother rate win Johnnie a a seat in Vul Jane Brynn Eddie Albert Ronnie reap ran and Charles Dickens a Christmas Carol with Reginald Owen and Gene Lockhart Mcnamee newspaper news reel wednesday and thursday february i and a a two features Frederic March and Virginia Bruce in thei goes my heart with in tsar Kelly Ajan Mowbray and Nancy Carroll and Buck at his Best conquering the West where love was won with fist and Grun Buck Jones in a California f Ron tier wednesday matinee All seats 15c Friday and saturday february ii and ii you la stand up and cheer at the mightiest adventure a since Quot Muzny on the Bounty Quot Bob Taylor at his fighting Best to Long it out with the bad Man . With Quot the a winning the Westi sprit Lovely lady a heart at stake crowded with stars. A he winning action and thrills a Solace Beery and Robaert Taylor in a stand up and fight a with Florence Rice Melen Broderick caries Bickford news re ii a the Lone rangers Betty Boop cartoon Courdt Amicare Guild completes supper plans More than 100 members and guests Are expected to be in attendance at the annual supper of the Ami cac Guild to be held thursday afternoon in the vestry of the first Baptist Church. Attractive preparations for the affair Hae been made by a general arrangements committee which includes mrs Henry s Campbell chairman mrs. Charles Liscomb. Mrs Harry Bullock. Mrs Llewellyn Conklin. Mrs. Fred Mott mrs Albert Battcher and miss e. Doris Bullock. Pradal Etc $28.500. Con traction in a Ifil ring an Chi Tebit a a Hippee Tilg testing Etc $182.500 equipment. $25000. Legal Admi Iii train e and other Nii Cellaneous expense. Lim 0 111 addition there was some Exi Inse Lor sidewalk materials Fence Etc the official Epresi Ntantis c of the Federal Rovern Merit at the dedication was Fred l. Mulcahy Benjanim m Hall was the resident ii Ginger inspector during construction and William Slocum a firmer resident of Bristol was the inspector appointed a the school committee to protect the interests of the town the building committee included Charle b Rockwell. Mrs Mary j Condon. Mrs. Margaret b Andrade Wilfred m Hamill 1 Leo t an twill x cent Sanano Anthon Daponte and Elmer s Mape. Superintendent of school i the dedication committee was com i posed of it Hamill or Condon and i ii Cantwell spat d my the ii attorn m addition to those who took part m the exer i s were Many town an state official members of the and of the Ilioof depart nent and Allied or Gan nations and other United Guet the fir to two Row of seat on the floor of the Hall were oct tipped but member of the famil it of the donor members of the families of the school committee and but other mixed guest following the exercises hundreds of people took advantage of the oppor shall renew the face of the Eartha it via Baia Clute Ash Ltd ant a. True teacher instruct us m thy Way. Thy truth and the Light make us always Truu Wie in that w Ork and Pra or of ones Mav begin with thee i and Hgt thee be tiap Pill ended. us Iti that school of know a i Edge that we a disco or thy will 111 All things Grant us the gift of fortitude that we a it fulfil it m our daily Lite a a counsel and defend us against the false philosophies of the hour which would read thee out of existence and would Gie to Caesar that which belongs to god Quot nominee us that the fruit of education. The purpose of All lying should be to know to love and to continued on Page 3 announcement i have engaged the services of Ai extra Barlier thus my a Lient of. Prompt service at All time John the Barber Mello blocks Hope st. Opi Osiier Colt High is and 3hat from Ere an Ere am by the a Robe a an aftermath of the september Hurricane came to my attention this past week when i was Given a copy of a typewritten publication called a dreams and interpretations a weekly letter published by Robert Greer address Homestead. Prudence Island r. I. I done to know or. Greer personally but i am told that he is often referred to As a the Hermit due to his desire to live alone and far removed from other people. I remember once having visited his Little Shack on the East Shore of the Island Down near the South end. This was of course demolished by the Hurricane and or Greer now lives in a More thickly settled part of the Island where he devotes much of his time to writing and the study of the Bible for he is a deeply religious Man. In this letter of which i speak or. Greer declares that it was revealed to him in a dream that a the South wind would sweep things before it and that four lives w Ould be lost on the Island the fact that five lives were lost disturbed or Greer never before had one of his dreams proved false when correctly interpreted. But let him Tell \ Oil about it in his own words a i was much perplexed for had never before had a dream that when a Iolite to True the problem Vas shed when i was made to understand slut the fifth one could have been Saied and therefore was not counted As one who would die that poor woman could have been Saed. But 0ulv in Altwer . Prevailing , a enticing humanly possible of tour the circumstances was done that could Hae been done. A a a Quot i heard it reported that there were people trapped in the Light House keepers House. This seemed incredible for the House was we Ell in Shore and they must have seen the water rising and surrounding the place in plenty of time for them to have escaped. It was however a a True report. It Serhis . We it Vrr de a cause it was Strong and Well built would stand the beating of wind and Waves. A a i stood on the Shore and watched the wind and Waves beating upon that House and marvelled that it stood so Long at last when the water had reached nearly to the second floor and three old people had already drowned the keeper and his wife and a sort about fourteen years of age. Appeared at a window on the second floor. Then the House began to twist and rip oped at the Corners i saw the keeper jump from the window into the swirling Waters. The boy followed his father and was drowned. I saw the Man about rolled Over and disappear. But he came up Agrain and somehow got near enough to be helped ashore four persons perished and Tny dream was fulfilled a Little while before i had seen the three old people walking along the Road going in an i Fher direction. They waved their hand to me and w ent along laughing and chatting together. Was it fati that sent them Back to that House of death. A rotary speaker will discuss civil service act mrs Eben d. Collins of East Providence. Chairman of the department of government and its operation in the r. I league of women voters will speak tomorrow at the rotary club meeting on the topic. Quot the state c Vil service Quot mrs. Collins is also chairman of the personnel committee of the league. She will be accompanied by mrs. Royal c. Taft president of the r. I league of women voters. P. A. Whether v our re Rich or poor it our a a personal appearance will make it Gnu look like a million it it of have the Bristol cleansers and dyers take care of v our wardrobe regularly get a Bead Start on sour friends for the Spring Parade a consulting our new fashion and st it be books for the latest in Spring finery also our new color charts for new colors. Figures Are our specially we guarantee perfect fitting and individual designs m our custom made department. All work clone in our own Plant by experts. A a Bristol cleansers and dyers we Call we deliver phone 53# 495 Hope st. A the Mother climbed out of the Wui a Doss but was afraid to let go. So she jut Hung on to the window Sill and when the House collapsed that whole Side fell Forward and the woman managed to get up on top of it. It looked As though she would be saved because the raft began to Drift along the Shore and there seemed to be nothing to keep that from coming in like other wreckage. However desperate efforts were made to get a rope to the woman a but it was impossible. The poor woman seemed to realize her peril More clearly than i did. For looking directly at me. She raised her hand. This she did several times and i know that she was asking me to Pray for her and i did Pray spasmodic Aljy a of god help us to save that poor but that is not the Way that god wants us to the raft drifted along the Shore for about three quarters of a mile and then was stopped by some wreckage and held fast for a Little while. It seemed that now was the time to get to her. So i Svor ked desperately to launch a Stair that would serve As st. Raft intending to go out on it. Just then a Man much younger than i am to an unknown w p. A. Worker offered to go in my place but before it Coulaz. A be done the raft with the woman Stilp on it was torn Loose and drifted into the darkness and the to Rene i and Quot the foam the poor soul was r or. Greer May still have Complete 1 copies of this parti Claf letter available. If so i Beuve they Cost Twenty j ,5 cent
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