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Bristol Phoenix (Newspaper) - June 23, 1950, Bristol, Rhode IslandI r of 1950 a a a a of so �?�5. \ a i Ftp i a ii i Popiol graduation issues 113th year no. 50bristol, r. I., Friday june 23, 1950 Price three cents co Unity we Ore youth pro on to be discussed the welfare unit of the White House conference for youth is holding an organizational meeting on thursday evening june 29, at the Warren town Hall. It is hoped that citizens of Bristo in general As we As those who have been specially invited to attend the meeting will show an Active interest by attending Anc taking part in the program. The first White House Confer ence for children was called by president Theodore Roosevelt 40 yews ago. Every 10 years since then a conference has been called by the president then in office and at each conference something new has been accomplished for the welfare of the youth in this country. Have a grass this year the plan is to the ideas Start from the roots communities All Over the nation. Each state has organized a committee and the various communities throughout t h. States Are forming groups of interested citizens who Are to make reports on what facilities Are available to the youth of i Theip Community and Are asked to give suggestions on what improve ments could be added to the existing programs. The r. I. Committee has divided its activities into three divisions health education and welfare. It is the welfare unit which is to meet next thursday in Warren. Int eksted persons Are urged to attend this meeting. A july Iund previously acknowledged $617.00 dreadnought Hook and ladder co. $10.00 Charles m.,Connery Hopkins amp Kii mrs. A for. F. We a 5.00 5.00 or. And Liams or. Mrs. Charles h. Zinderstein or. Arid mrs. W. H. Ange Vine or. Harold Dewolf Buttonwood Dairy or. And mrs. Edward s. Bunn or. And mrs. Pedley or. The misses Shepard Frank l. Doran Louis Tortorice \ Albert e. Godfrey the misses Osterberg a Sophie Oliver mrs. B. Y. Morri George f. Phillipa one Dollar donations 5.0� 5.00 5.00 5.00 5.00 5.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 masonic anniversary opens with reception opening a their four Day of Wolf or. Servance of the 150th anniversary of the founding of st. Albanys was the gift of it. Hope chapter Lodge no6, f. Amp a. M., with to. E. S. Colourful reception to the master and officers last evening in the Lodge Roopi the members of that organization will continue the Celebration with a dance this evening at the Bristol yacht club. Tomorrow evening the anniversary banquet will be held in the doric club rooms at 6 30 a clock and at 3 of clock Sim Day tit Moon the Observance will be brought to a close with divine services at the first congregational Church with the Sermon by the Rev. Samuel A Lindsay a delightful program of entertainment was presented under the direction of Robert Gray of Providence assisted by the cosmopolitan male quartet and by Hazel Twiss Lyric Soprano Alice Leon accompanist and mrs. James welshman harpist. Their selections were enthusiastically received and there were several Welcome encores. Following the reception a collation of punch ice Cream and cake was served in the doric club rooms by members of the Eastern Star. Winston Fetherston master of Lodge Heads st Albanys Lodge no. 6, f. Amp a. M., in Observance of 150th a Beautiful Basket of Flowers doric club dance the dance this evening is arranged by the doric club and the committee follows Herbert e. S Clark jr., till Irman James st Angelo co chairman Bruce e Porter Ralph g. Mccaw Paul f. Thompson Charles f. Street John h. Brechin jr., Stuart Barr Winston o. Fetherston. Music will be by a popular orchestra. Playground set Prog. Scheduled to go monday Bristol a recreational program for the summer was outlined m a joint meeting of the town recreation Board and members of the playground and swin Ming staff at their annual meeting held at the . Wednesday evening. Two nine week programs will be held by the staffs he playground program will go into operation monday morning with official Flag raising ceremonies on sen. Leahy urges grads to discard All fears have Faith in country a no problem facing country is too difficult to solve Andrews school gymnasium was filled to capacity As hundreds destroy America. Of parents teachers students. And friends gathered to witness the graduation of 83 seniors from the Bristol senior High school Ito 1 aids big l.c1 Cullu ivies on the common at 9 a. The swim Al st night. U. S. Senator Edward l. Leahy Ming program will get under a Way july 3rd at the town Beach save the address of the evening _ x. Al x. 1. 1� re 4 a m Tea total notice for souvenir Issue of the Brookline Baptist Church a member of st. Albah a Lodge. In the receiving line last evening were master of the Lodge and mrs. Winston o. Fetherston senior Warden and mrs. Herbert e. S. Clark jr., Junior Warden and mrs. Stuart a a or. Grand master and mrs. Jethro h. Peck Ham. Grand marshal and mrs. I. Lee Mccauley master of ceremonies and mrs. David a. Home District Deputy grand master master and mrs. Arthur Sprague and assistant grand lecturer and mrs. William Peckham. Each of the ladies wore a Gardenia Corsage presented to them by the Lodge. A a pleasing feature of the eve neg and Well illustrating the Friendly feeling Between the two organizations was the presentation of a pulpit Bible by Bristol Council no. 379, knights of co-2�?~oo Lumbus. The presentation was 1000 i Ade by grand Knight Jerome a Donovan and the Bible was received by Winston o. Fetherston master of the Lodge. Past master Allen Newman $695.00 thou e pm Qiming to have a place in the souvenir Issue of the Bristol Phoenix on july fourth Are urged to have copy into the Phoenix office by Friday june 23. Was master of ceremonies and the Ushers included the fou owing officers Arthur j. Genthner nor -----.v. A Afu Man e. Benard John w. Church to the grand Lodge of Rhode jr., Frederick w. Coggeshall Island by 15 residents of Bristol a. A a 10 banquet Charles b. Rockwell jr., will be toastmaster at the banquet tomorrow evening. The address will be made by the Rev. Lex King Souter pastor of the first congregational Church of fall River on a the future is now Winston o. Fetherston master will give the address of Welcome and the invocation will be by chaplain Arthur j. Genthner. Mrs. Arthur f. Wiese is chairman of the committee preparing the supper. Divine service member of the Lodge will assemble at 2 of clock for the procession from the Lodge rooms to the first congregational Church where divine service will be held at 3 of clock. The address will be by the Rev. Samuel Lindsay and other members of the clergy who will take part part Are the Rev. Robert l. Roberts d. D., interim pastor the Rev. Frederick f. Drift Mier pastor elect the Rev George Smith pastor first Baptist Church the Rev. Daniel k. Davis Rector of st. I Cha Elk a Church the rpm. Let Nard red Lawn Ractor Trinity episcopal Church arid the Rev. Arthurs pm. Dunstan Rector of st Marks episcopal Church Warren. It is expected that there will be Many visitors from other Lodge in attendance at this service. Historical excerpts an interesting history of st Albanys Lodge has been prepared for the occasion by Robert a. Mccaughey. It states that the first record of the inception of the Lodge is an application Forward Leonard p. Sanford Russel w. Southwick Kenneth e. Ulson Arthur w. Barrett Chester c. Myers Philip t. Bodell d. Lloyd Smith George Dixon Bobert a. Mccaughey Exra Dixon jr., Herbert b. Bum Ham jr., Frederick Dixon and j. Winthrop de a Wafla pay time movies Are better than Ever Friday an it saturday june 23-24 Wiliam Powell Mark Ste Vens Betsi Drake dancing in the dark color by technicolor sunday and monday. June 25-26 Roy Rogers with trigger Twilight in the sierras in Trucolo also Leo Corcey and the bowery boys Lucky losers with Huntz Hall Hillary Brooke tues. Wed. Th�ors., june 27-28-29 Randolph Scott in Cine color the Nevada also Robert Young Barbara and baby makes three with Robert Hutton Janis Carter Billie Burke a it gemologist to speak to historical society on june 18, 1800, they were Nathaniel Waldron Abner Mosher Joseph Rawson Nathaniel Smith Aaron usher Hersey Bradford cont on Page 6 at the foot of Burton Street. The playground program will be operated on the same basis As last year with the addition of a handicraft class to be conducted by miss Kathleen Brito Anthony e. Agatiello playground director stated at the meeting. The opening ceremonies will consist of the raising of the Flag pledge of allegiance singing of the a Star spangled Banner a led by Anthony agatiello poem a the Flag recited by Edward Calandra and a Short address by e. Hughes Holmes chairman of the recreation Board. Following the ceremonies the registration of pupils for activities will be held. Registration will continue during the first week of the program and at the same time a baseball school will be conducted by Vincent j Santo boys supervisor. Three baseball leagues and two basketball league will be held for boys of High school Junior High school and elementary grades. The boys of the Elemen tary grades will have a basketball league Only if the demand for such a league is great enough agatiello stated. Bicycle races pet shows doll Carriage shows and the like Wil. Be some of the events to be offered on special events Day. In addition to the special events Day children who enrol in the program will be taken to see major league baseball game in the latter part of August. Plans were discussed by the Board and the playground director to erect a Shower and to Contact the Bristol county water co. To see about the use of a fire hydrant and a Host to provide mass showers 4or the children during hot Days. It was also suggested that the area in the rear of the Byfield school be used for a dicing site. A the closing of the recreation program on the common vill be marked by a picnic on the grounds of st. Columbanus Seminary. Homes warns children chairman e. Hugh Holmes instructed members of the playground staff that any child found damaging property on the common will be barred from further use of the recreational facilities. He also stated that if the Bubbler on the common was broken again the water would be turned off for the rest of the season. He stated that he planned to have a special officer placed on the common As Constable. In speaking of specific damage on the common Holmes referred to the breakage of the benches. A i done to know what particular Delight they get in breaking those benches a Holmes stated. In addition the Board specified that All to the graduating class. He urged the graduates to discard fears they might be entertaining As to the future welfare of the United states and to plan and to look Forward to the future with Confidence optimism and Hope. Emulio d. Tannuccillo that these communists could not. A the says that there Are 50,000 card Carryg comm mists in this country. This is not a great number they would All be placed in concentration Camp within 24 hours a he stated. He said that although it is claimed that there Are 10-non-card bearing communists for each card bearing member he Felt that Many of these people Are just joiners who would join anything. A i Lika to feel that they Are not disloyal a he stated. A he pointed out that in the 1930�?Ts several thousands of students m american colleges adopted a Resolution that they would not take part in any future wars of this country a during the past world War h several of these very same students wins two honors receives Walsh memorial medal and Rensselaer polytechnic medal. Were heading forces against the a six and a two. Enemy on the Battlefield in tie air and on the Ocean he said. Problems can be solved a a an d Dat from Jere an Del by the scribe this is another summer and Shanghai is far away. Well dressed chinese women still Wear Jasmine in their Ham do slender amass wheel babies in squeaky wooden carts do stately suits stand in front of the Metropole hotel and say a Madame Good morning do four old chinese men sit in an Iris Garden near a Moon Gate can the Click Click of their mahjong tiles be heard these Are some of the questions an american woman Edith Carson asks As she writes in the Christian science Monitor recalling memories of her Days China. i think so often she writes of Wong our number one Cook boy. His Boston baked Beans and his roast beef were just As delicious As his Fried prawns Chiat Zes or won ton soup. He took Telephone messages carefully. A one Missy Call you. A number three and a �?�3562?�?� a yes Missy. A number three and a five and a six and a he said a Missy what he stated that he did not want want a he waved to minimize the problems that. A cd first up and Down then. Right in re Loit Orlando s. Paddock certified gemologist and a registered jew Eler of the american Gem so playing and hanging around piety will be the guest speaker i a common late it night will not at the next meeting of the Bris a tolerated tol historical society on Mon / a in t a or Day. June 26, at 8 p. In the Holmes House. By Waxen Telephone office the Todden and Turber co. Of Providence and has been inter to be closed set Urdas ested in precious gems since his Early youth. He has conducted the local business office of the extensive research into the his new England Telephone and tory of gems and has lectured telegu aph co. In Warren will be widely on Gem lore and Trade closed All Day on saturdays be tion. Ginning july 1, manager Johnf. The topic of his speech Forshaw announced today. He said mondays meeting jul be a the that this action is being taken Ifo tory and Romance of pre because of the Small amount of Cious gems and business on saturday. A it is possible that these Young people have developed fear worry and uncertainty As to the future of our country and they Are reaching a Point in life where they Are forming opinions and making judgments leading to their vocations in the future. These Young people ought not to choose their life work when their minds Are disturbed Over the problems and conditions of the nation the course they select in future life May not be purported in the same manner that it would have if they Felt All a tear atomic bomb Quot. Asking the question whether the graduates feared the atomic bomb he pointed out that the history of warfare has proved that Mankind has been equal to the tasks of adopting defences and counter measures against each new weapon invented. A i have great Hopes and expectation that we will meet the future with a defense against the atomic senator Leahy pointed out however that atomic Energy could become a great Aid in peaceful times and that it might ave great value to civilization m the future. He urged the Grad a atm class to adopt the optic Listic View that atomic Energy would be a useful invention to Man. Tear communism a asking the graduates if they fear communism senator Leahy declared that we do have communists in our country but Story Garden Quot contest to be held at Bazaar one of the special features of the a shipshape and Bristol fashion Bazaar to be held by st. Michael s Church on the 19th, 21st and 22nd of july will be a children so Story Garden contest. The contest is to be held for children from 10 to 16 and for Chi Dren under 10. The gardens Are to be prepared in pie plates with a Sand base. Minature Flowers shells figurines etc., May be used to portray a Story a a poem or a picture. Prizes will be awarded for the Best portrayal by popular vote. minimize me proof Ems mat .7�? confronted the nation. A the Point is that there is no such problem facing us today that cannot be solved a a get out of Yojiro hearts and minds that you must be afraid. Adopt these words of a South Carolina Patriot t fear nothing on this Earth under this Earth Quot fish that go this Way or fish that go that Way a my Hub band said a of think of him As a Friend not As a servant. I like him As a or Over this Earth i fear Only that i May do Wong la the National heart is beating As soundly tonight As it always has. Your country is sound a senator Leahy concluded. Lari Nuccillio a Flea two awards of the five awards of the evening presented by principal John l. Burke Emilio Domenic Tannuccillo captured Tiro of the most prominent. He was awarded the Walsh memorial med and the Rensslaer Edal the Walsh memorial medal is awarded on the following condition the person chosen shall have been a member of the Bristol senior High school during All the senior High school Days. Shau be an Able student interested in athletics supporter of All school activities a Leader in the better deals among students of Ster Ling integrity and Chart a tip a truthful and commanding re Spect. The Rensselaer medal is awarded for excellence in science and in mathematics. Robert Clyde Jordan was awarded the Thomas Brightman medal Given to the boy who has attended the senior High school during All his High school Days and who has been outstanding in. Those attributes of loyalty co operation and service to his school which were so nobly exemplified by the Man ins whose memory the award is Given. The Bristol High school ath Letic Council trophy was awarded to Louis William Murgo. The award is made to. The senior ath Lete who has been of most value to his school and most outstand no in the following attributes team spirit faithful Nefe in practice and studies sportsmen ship on and off the Field and courage and determination. The pasqiuale c. Raiolo memorial award was presented to Joseph Domenic Russo. The award is Given to the senior Anclete who has earned the varsity award in three sports and who has been a Good and Loyal student. It is the intention that this award be Given to the athlete who Best combines scholarship with athletic ability. Those exquisite linens?.i think Jowhara. Ii the. Wqr�d.,.sli�ps be More fascinating. It i of course a Happy Ems re a Sce to. Possess a rare old Ming Van a or Yards of Lovely tribute silk but Possession is Mot essential for App nation of things Tomid in Clung stores a Jade i a the goddess of mercy air Vbry Pagoda a frag a Brush pain Grig a a porcelain bowl hundreds of years old. Time to Register the town clerks office will be open saturday morning from 9 to 12 noon. This is a Good time to Register. It will also be open wednesday. Thursday and Friday evenings to 9 p. Democratic town committee. The contest is being sponsored by the Parish Bazaar a Flower Booth. Additional information and entry Blanks May be obtained from mrs. J. Howard Pauli by calling by. 1-1187-w. Jack Carreira Masoh few tractor All kinds of masonry work and plastering Tel Rej by. 1-0776-h office by. 1-0952 impressive ceremony it was an impressive ceremony As the graduating class marched to the tune of the processional from the Colt memorial Higl school budding to the Andrew school auditorium. The boy were attired in White jackets and wore White shirts Black trousers Maroon Bow ties and Amati or boutonnieres. The girls were attired in White gowns and carried colonial bouquets. Following the commencement March the invocation. Was Given by the Rev. Erode ride a. Drift Mier pastor elect at the first congregational. . The a hallelujah chorus from a the Messiah by Handel was cont on Page 5 one night to his attractive seven year old son wanted to open the door for our dinner guests. He wore a Stark White gown and a Bright red Satin jacket. His skin shone fro Rimu amp washing but his eyes she no a by Man inner excited sent. He a Bow Low each time bet ass fraed the Doorbell and in a i ave voice spoke the Only a Inglish words he knew a Good evening. who can Ever forget the Many a craftsmen in Shanghai the Candle maker the a Man the Wop he who a Mbry id most interesting of All the shops was the Sorc aued Thieve so Market a collection of stalls under one Carefree roof. Here we Clims de Uncertain stairs and found of elves in a de Gotful bedlam. You buy Missy a. A you Warit very Nice Lishi. Or simply a what you vant. Missy i a Here was the dramatic Art of bargaining. How much is a that. That of that. A. $20 $20 too High. Not to High. It too High. Very Good. Ill a deep Chi Udde or of no i. This very Nice pi6c& a a # i think $10 a Ood Price. Spence then. You pay a a no. crack. No crack. Missy. Must belong that. Way. Very Gooda mom of of Complete i diff amp a Nch in both sides. Re pay you $12 of no miss this piece a Betake or $12. Tms-Plede-Mbre-b�?Tefterv-.->17, Missy. I can buy a Over there for $12 no piece very old. May be one dred years old wer All right. Ill pay $14. Missy f bit you t Seu cheap. $15. %14.50rthat? my last offer. Cari debt ,. Smoes and comp let a lend by goodbyes were exchanged. I liked the Flower by Xvi wide Straw hat to came to a he la oust cd week with huge bes efs but amp own get a re a i it a exp buts a fobs marigolds a a a be Bhines and Quot Bright Salvia a a Theja it ii Ackfer Flower. In answer a wj��ufeo&3<�, Quot How much Quot he spoke a la rapid 1. Chinese do Daugin heir til it each time a nodding Well i could not under sad a at he a said. But. Shanghai is cd Only a memory now. 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