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Escanaba Daily Press (Newspaper) - July 24, 1928, Escanaba, Michigan Tuesday july 24, 1928. S v he Escanaba daily press Fage Tores Cunic to Aid too children plans for event Complete general committee announce obituary More than too crippled children from All parts of Delta county will attend the clinic to be conducted in the first Baptist Church in Escanaba wednesday under the direction of or. W. E. Blodgett of Detroit and the Michigan crippled children a commission with a group of local organisations headed by the rotary club co operating. It is the first crippled children a clinic held Here in three years the previous occasion resulted in total cures for i boys and girls. 40 others received very material Benefit from the advice and counsel provided by the visiting specialist. This year or. Blodgett is sex pee Ted to be kept Busy from 8 a. In until late in the Day conducting examinations of the unfortunate youngsters. Luncheon at noon. In order to conserve time lunch Eon will be served at noon in the Church for the clinic staff the Volunteer helpers the children and their parents attending the clinic and members of organisations cooperating in the project. The meal will he prepared by the ladles Aid society of the Church. Transportation of the children whose names have been furnished the committee will be provided. Care will be ready to Uke youngsters from the Church to St. Francis Hosp Lul of x rays Are needed. The hos Piula so Ray facilities and Suff the services of three local physicians and much other local co operation have been extended to the committee during the Day. A program will be presented during the afternoon for the entertain ment of the children and their parents. Escanaba youngsters from three to fifteen years of age have Ben booked by the kiwanis club for this feature of the Day. All examinations by or. Blodgett will be private. No one will be in the examining room except the surgeon and the nurse it was emphasised. All in readiness. Steps to prevent traffic mix ups on the Street have been Uken and All other Arrax ferments made to provide for the Comfort and convenience of parents and children who attend. A we Are said Herman Gessner general chairman of clinic committees last night a the cooperation we have received on every hand has been wonderful. We confidently expect the most successful affair of its kind Ever a eld is the upper Peninsula and we Are sure that the Ben flu of the clinic to the unfortunate Little ones of Delu county will be Tampico Mexico will construct a City Hall on the second floor of which will be a theatre and a Casino. Mrs. Margaret Bennett. Funeral services for mrs. Mar sympathy to father Bennett in his Garet Bennett Mother or Rev. For. 0. J. Bennett of Ontonagon formerly of Gladstone were held at St. Peters Cathedral Marquette wednesday of last week. Father Bennett was pastor of All saints Church at Gladstone for Many years and his Many friends in this Vicinity join in extending sympathy to father Bennet in his bereavement. Solemn requiem High mass was ered by her son. Rev. O. J. Bennett of Ontonagon assisted by Rev for. Cleary of Menominee of Deacon Rev. For. Mor Larty of Ironwood sub Deacon and Rev. For. Timothy fits Patrick c. P., of Marquette master of ceremonies. The it Rev. Bishop Nussbaum preached a most touching Sermon in which he paid a Beautiful tribute to mrs Bennett. James Byron two months old. The body was prepared for burial at the Anderson funeral Home where it will remain until this afternoon at 2 30 of clock when funeral services will be held with Rev. For. Raymond Bergeron officiating. Burial will be in St. Josephus cemetery. Owing to the nature of the disease the funeral will be private. Or. And mrs. Smith have the sympathy of a Host of friends in their loss. Briefly told fall fatal to. Powers Man or James Seely Dies in Hospital from Berry picking injury Belanger infant. Funeral services for George be Langer new born son of or. And mrs. George Belanger 409 South ninth Street were held sunday afternoon at 2 of clock at St. Annex a Church Witolf very Rev. For. R. G. Jacques officiating. Burial was in by. Annex a cemetery. Mrs. Percy Moore. Funeral services were held monday afternoon at 2 of clock at the allo funeral Homo for mrs. Percy Moore who passed away Early saturday after a few weeks illness. Rev. Or. Cooley officiated at the services which were attended by Many friends. Burial was in Lakeview cemetery. Experts from the United states Are helping Ecuador untangle its financial problems. Charles Milewski. The body of Charles Milewski arrived from Milwaukee sunday morning and was taken to the allo funeral Home. Later in the Day it was removed to the family Home at Whitney where Many friends called to extend sympathy to members of the family who accompany led the body Here. Rev. For. T. G. Drengacs of per Sonville waa celebrant at the requiem High mass which marked the last sad rites at St. Michael a Church at ten of clock when Many friends attended the impressive services. There was a profusion of Flowers and Many spiritual offerings sur rounded the casket tokens of esteem from a wide Circle of friends the close friends who carried the casket to and from the funeral coach were Walter Bortosz Stanley Jamrock Walter Paw Steve Jamrock Adelor Perron and Jacob Adamczak. Out of town relatives were a. L. I Sewaki of Miami Beach fla., Stanley Milewski of Iron Mountain. Frances Veronica and George Milewski of Milwaukee. Interment waa in the family lot to the Schaffer cemetery. Robert Quot Quot Bmith. Robert j. Smith three year old son of or. And mrs. J. 8mtth, 624 South eighth Street died sunday morning after an illness of two months due to spinal meningitis. Besides the bereaved parents two other children survive. They Are Helen Marie six years old and James Seely 54 years old of Powers died in a local Hospital at 6 of clock sunday morning from internal Haemorrhages caused by falling against a Stone while he was picking blueberries near his Home saturday night. Or. Seely went to a Berry Patch just before dusk saturday. He accidentally stepped in a Hole Stum bled and fell his Abdomen striking a Stone with great Force. His Sui Fering was intense and he / was brought to St. Francis Hospital Here. It was Learned that he had a serious intestinal rupture. An operation was performed immediately but he died from Haemorrhages Early the following morning. The body was prepared for burial at the allo funeral Home and will be taken to the family Home at Powers this morning where it will remain until wednesday afternoon when funeral services will be conducted in the first methodist Church with Rev. Merrill officiating. Burial will be in the Spalding cemetery. Or. Seely is survived by his aged Mother mrs. George Seely and one brother Nathaniel Seely of Powers. Dance at 8oo Hill the Wolverine dance orchestra will furnish the music for a dance at Soo Hill this evening. At the Collie urn Charles Johnson and his Wolverine dance orchestra will furnish the music for the regular wednesday night dance at the coliseum tomorrow evening. A a a Noyack makes Hope Paul Noyack flying his american Eagle air plane made a trip to Iron Mountain it and Back yesterday. A a a Home missionary meeting the woman a Home missionary society of the swedish methodist Church will hold its quarterly meeting at the Home of or. And mrs. Or Tsvi Turnquist 1221 North eighteenth Street wednesday afternoon at 2 30 of clock. Members and friends Are cordially invited to attend. A building permit a. J. Mcgraw secured a permit yesterday from the City Engineer office to construct a dwelling at 626 South thirteenth Street at a Cost of $3,000. Drive against recklessness careless driving in business District must be stopped in Are automobile stolen a Ford Road Ster owned by Louie Jepson 1008 tenth Avenue South was stolen in the business District at 2 o clock yesterday afternoon. The car bears y Cense plates no. 1-023-147. Potato specialist Here wednesday j. E. Kotila Michigan state College potato expert will make the first inspections of the potato Fields of three bark River Farmers who have applied for certification of their crops. Incl anally or. Kotila will give demonstrations on methods to control potato diseases. The inspections will be made at the farms of John Gasman Anderson Brothers and Ebert Peterson bark River. A wave of reckless driving which delivery truck Drivers the worst offenders has caused Escanaba police to Institute a Campaign to bring about careful driving in Ludington Street and other parts of the business District. Much comp amp lint Bas been received of late at the police station regarding the actions of motorists. A number of accidents have occurred due to reckless driving and also pedestrians have narrowly escaped injury in crossing the streets. Much of the complaint is directed against the Drivers of business trucks. All reckless Drivers will be brought into court and prosecuted to the fullest extent of the Law chief of police John j. Tolan declared yesterday. The penalty for this offence is a minimum Fine of $10 and a maximum of $100, while the jail sentence ranges from five to sixty Days. Under the present traffic Law the Speed limit on business streets is 15 Miles per hour and 20 Miles in the residential Section. Band asks Public for suggestions for its concerts the Escanaba municipal band is always glad to have requests or suggestions for its weekly contents director Joseph Greenfield said yesterday. Or. Greenfield Bas one of the most Complete libraries of band music in the country and will be Able to respond to almost any request for a single selection old or new or to a suggestion for an entire program. Those who have a a request numbers Are asked to Telephone him at no. 321. An unusually Good program is in preparation by the band for its weekly concert next Friday night. Mow ram me Ciao tiled Page. How Long since your children were photographed you just can to recall the changes they come so fast but photographs of the children never change never grow up. Have new portraits of your children today. The Robb studio wolverines dance orchestra c. Johnson most Escanaba. Phone 1238-r. 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