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31 Dec 1930

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31 Dec 1930

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New Britain Herald (Newspaper) - December 31, 1930, New Britain, Connecticut Looking Back on new Britain during the year 1930 pastor of sacred heart Church guest of Parish at banquet with Bate court is 69 years old today. State Normal school graduates class of 123. James j. Watson re appointed Cral Man of water Board. A n. Sei pure elected president of Exchange club. 25 Newington Junior High school graduates 81 pupils. Robert c. Vance appointed a member of Cox i l service commission. 26 Rev. Matthew j. Traynor observe 40th anniversary of Ordina Tion to Priesthood. North & Judd co., purchases o. B. North co. Of new Haven. 27 or. And mrs. William j. Rawlings celebrate 53rd anniversary of Redding at their Home on Par. Sony place. John c. Loomis. Presi Dent of commercial Trust co. Elected of Connecticut Bank ers association at annual meeting at Eastern Point. 2s contract for new $25,000 Homo for new Britain aerie of eagles awarded to a. C record. 29 class of is receive diplomas at sacred heart school. 30 or. And mrs. John Levasseur of Pierce Street Plainville observe 40th wedding anniversary. William a Forsyth appointed member of civil service Board. Edward j. Dehm Etna Natal Secretary of Ger Streeker Lodge i. F., for 3 6th consecutive term. July Motorman William Rudge of Meriden Milldale e Trollen line in stantly killed in trolley crash near Milldale. 4 Pulaski memorial dedicated at Pulaski Park. Broad and Burritt streets. thousand see Munici pal fireworks display. One serious Accident Anson b. Place injured when toy Cannon explodes. 5 Northend trolley service Dis continued. Or and mrs. Skidmore f. Seaman of 70 Monroe Street observe 50tt. Wedding anniversary.8 John w. Chapman. 6, and James k. Chapman 4, drown in Railroad Pond Berlin. Aden l. An or elected president of Russell & Erwin foremen s club for 24th consecutive term. 1 2 or. And mrs. Frederick h. Goodrich observe 61st anniversary of wedding at 211 Arch Street. Or. 22 Edward h. Parker elected commander in Chie f of uniformed rank p. O s. Of a., at National Encampment held in this City. Herbert s. Woods president of new Britain musical club. Or and mrs. Fred a. Gillette of 13 canal Street Plainville married 2 years today. 24 Nels Pearson of 428 Lincoln Street 80 years old. 26 police break up jobless demonstration at City Hall and arrest loader John Vincent and four others. 28 eclipse of Sun clearly observed Here. Ground broken for addition to polish orphanage. 30 much damage done in Early morning fire in Packard building. Mav 4 first big Forest fire in Vicin Ity of new Britain Burns 2,500 acres of Woodland Between Plainville and this City. 6 court Colomba Catholic daughters of America observe 25th anniversary at Burritt hotel. Thermometers climb to 108 in beginning of heat wave that makes 1930 unusually hot summer and drought. 7 Edward f. Hall leaves Board of finance after serving seven years. Conn. League of building & loan associations holds 8th annual convention in new Britain. William j. Rawlings elected president. 8 plumbers go on strike at senior High school plumbing Job. 10 distinguished service Cross conferred upon mrs. Fanny Gau Dett e by major general Clarence r. Edwards. 12 or. And mrs. John h. Keever s of 31 Lincoln Street observe 80th anniversary of their marriage. 13 or. And mrs. John Durn 59 Highland Street observes 50th wed Ding anniversary. Park site of seven and one half acres of land in East end deeded to City for $10,000. 15 miss Thelma Scholl of Hart Ford first Gold Star daughter to join Eddy Glov legion auxiliary. Richard h. Madigin of 9 Meadow Street Dies after automobile Accident in Plainville. Ten thousand dollars damage in fire in Block at 52 la Fayette Street. 16 Ralph h. Benson jr., elected president of mid be senior class at High school. Central Junior High school orchestra wins state championship among Junior High schools in Cortest in Meriden. Or. And mrs. William h. Robertson of Linden Street celebrate 56th wed Ding anniversary. 17 mayor quigly returns Home from Hospital after serious illness. New , in nation wid e Straw Ballo on prohibition reports 464 for enforcement. 967 for Nio Ifica Llo n and 1,373 for repeal of dry Laws. Or. And mrs. Patrick holi Gatt of East Berlin observes 50th wed Ding univ Crary. 19 or. And mrs. Reuben o. Day of 54 North Washington Street Plainville observe 50th wedding 20 Sanford Ballard Dole Low elected director of new Britain Art Choc. 21 x iss Dorothy Anderson is May Queen at annual May pageant at Normal school. Kenilworth club goes out of existence after 29 years. Mrs. John f elected president of new Britain Council of Catholic women. 22 hardware City chapter d. A. V of world War organised. Chil Dren s Home is 22 years old. 29 new Britain visiting nurse association buys the e. P. Swasey property at 205 West main Street for Headquarters. 30 Leon h. Hunter elected presi Dent of new by Tialin chapter of american Institute of banking. June 1 Hilmer Kvil Srorn. 22. Killed in motorcycle crash in Durham Road. 2 attorney p. Mcdonough ejected president of tale alumni association. Minor Quigley goes to office in City Hall and besieged on first Day by hordes of Job seekers. Felix get tills killed by car driven by James Meskill of this City in Berlin. 3 pol Ceman and mrs. Dennis n Ealon of 75 Winthrop Street Cele brate 46th wedding anniversary. 4 or. And mrs Herbert n. Lockwood of 793 East Street mar ried 40 years today. Or. And mrs. Arthur j Bottomley of 99 Prospect Street married 41 year today. 5 Warner Brothers lease embassy theater. Or. And mrs. William h. Gleed of 291 South main Street married so s Eara today. 7 or. And mrs. Jacob Kurti of Elm Hill married 50 Yean. Or. And mrs. William f. Lange of 182 Glen Street married 45 years. 10 mayor cuts off 35 City offi. Cers from free telephones. Or. And mrs. W. R. Brown of 68 East Street married 40 years today. 11 or. And mrs. James Hassen of 40 cottage place married 46 years. Mayor Quigley digs first Spade Ful of Earth to Start washing ton school wading Pool. Duncan Coghill grand Templar of Connecticut Temple of Honor. 12 mayor orders band concert plan abandoned in interests of Economy. 13 Hadassar Ohanesian 43. Falls Down stairs at Home 63 Lafayette Street and Breaks neck. 14 Reinhardt Diehl of Northend school wins City mauls Champion ship. Alumnae of Normal school organize and mrs. Marcus White to elected first president. Or. And mrs. John a. Peterson of 42 Tulip Street married 40 years today. 15 St. Joseph s parochial school graduates 19 members. 16 City contributes $3,500 to Fin ish Golf course. Or. And mrs. Joseph Wischek of lot Cherry Street Are married 43 years today. 17 state Trade school graduates 41 is Winthrop Council sons and daughters of America celebrate 40th anniversary. Mrs. Clara Rock Well of 17 Sherman court is 90 today. A. Dehm of South main Street completes 47 years ser vice w the p. & f. Corbin co. Harr y c. Brown appointed chairman of Civ i Arvice Board 2 or and mrs George Cooley of 36s Park Street observe 53rd wedding anniversary. Diplomas awarded to 193 graduates at senior High school. 21 or. And mrs John g. Schweikert of 44 John Street Cele brate 30th wedding anniversary. 22 St Mary s school graduates class of 92. 23 judge b. Gaffney of pro. 6 Margaret screen 17, killed by car Erivn by George Chinderle is she is standing behind stalled Auto Mobile. 9 Martin Puzanowski 52, killed in automobile Accident in Plain Ville and son Edward loses an Arm. 10 mrs. Mary Hague of South into n observes 100th birthday. Edward Conlin saves two lives when Canoe overturns at Lake Pocono Pau a but drowns before being saved himself. 13 Washington Park swimming Pool dedicated. 16 Martin Horwitz elected presi Dent of state Grotto association at convention in new Haven. 21 annual reunion of Barnes family held at Lake comp ounce. .2 mayor Quigley proposes $100,000 fund for unemployed. Joseph Poglitsch 24. Scoutmaster of troop 15, boy scouts of St. Mary s Church Dies of sleeping sickness following return from Camp at Eastford. 23 municipal Golf course opens. 24 or. And mrs. Michael of 32s main Street married 65 years today. Of John e. Dunlay retires after 80 years of service with Stanley works. ?0 Frederick l. Sunburn of 147 Hart Street retires after 35 years of service As letter Carrier. Sepu Truber 2 City employees to give two per cent of salaries for Relief fund Tor unemployed. 3 Joseph pavane 19, Dies after dynamite blast in rear of Home on shuttle Meadow Road Plainville. 4 Harold Morley and Michael Kowalczyk descend from tree the Raj they perched for 1.011 hours in rear of Morley Home on Stanley Street. 6 attorney general b. W. Ail ing nominated for judge of probate Over attorney Joseph g. Woods in Republican primary. Or. And mrs. Bennet 8. Knox of Farmington ave nue married 47 years. 6 Robert Simpson of Plainville presented watch for 25 years ser vice with Stanley works. 9 Public school enrolment shows 13,385 on first Day of school. Attorney Harry Ginsburg Republican town chairman. 12 or. And mrs. Frederick c. Zimmerman of 27 Andrews Street married 52 years. Or. And mrs. William Atkinson of 25 grand Street married 53 years. Wil Bur of Torrington succeeds Everett d. Packard As head of state Trade school. 15 mrs. Gertrude Twiss elected first councillor in newly formed state Council of daughters of Amer Ica. 15 police chief and mrs. Wil Liam c. Hart married 25 years. At Torney William f. Margan nominated for judge of probate court on democratic ticket. Large cereus blooms at Home of mrs. Charles Barnes of 100 Wooster Street. Charles Rakowski Well known ath Lete killed by live wire at Stanley works. 22 mrs. Margaret d. Breen elected president of teachers club of new . 23 night schools have enrol ment of 525. 24 applications for citizenship number 133 in new Britain. 25 Rev. Lucyan Bojnowski women s club 20 Joseph Kohl 33, Dies of in juries received in automobile acc de in Kensington. James m. Lynch appointed superintendent of water Board. Or. And mrs. George observes 41st wedding anniversary at Home 344 Chestnut Street. Hira Temple d. K., celebrate 30th anniversary. Vater Jahn Lodge d. 0. H., celebrates 6sth anniversary. 24 or. And mrs. John j. Mccar thy of 20 Belden Street observe itch wedding anniversary. 25 Washington l. Morgan Lodga k. Of a. Observes 25th anniversary. 27 miss Stella Sadowsky ii. Of 8 Smith Street. Killed in Automo. Bile a Ceifert at East and Wells Street 28 i gift cold wave of Winter tempera re Are 10 above Sero. Or. Am mrs. Samuel Hobson of 174 Cherry s Reet observe 44th wedding anniversary. 29 new Britain aerie of eagles dedicates new Home on Walnut Street. 30 Harry c. Bromn Secretary of past exalted rulers association of elks for 18th time. Rose care 14 , daughter of or. And mrs. Edward Cafro of this City killed in automobile crash in Manchester. December 1 Irving w. Mott elected worshipful master of Harmony Lodge a. & a. M. 2 Otto Ruttner and Joseph genl. Of this City burned to death in fire in Hunting Cabin in Otis mass. Mra. Nellie Mccrann elected president of Valient review women s Benefit association. 3 mrs. Florence Bacon ejected councillor of Winthrop Council sons and daughters of America. Mrs. Evaleen Eddy elected president of Lovisey Moore tent daughters of Union veterans of civil War. 4 Joseph lie told and mrs. A. I. Palmer appointed superintendent and Matron of town farm. Samuel w. Menus elected president of new Britain investment co. Attorney Thoma s j. Cabelus elected exalted ruler of new Britain Lodge of elks. Walter Krawiec elected president of Gen. Haller Post. Polish army s association of America. 5 Henry g. Johnson elected worshipful master of Centennial Lodge. A. & a. M. Damage of nearly $20,000 infirm in Adler s silk shop on main Street. 6 or. And mrs. James k. of 135 Wells Street observe 41st wedding anniversary. 8 mrs. Stanley Borawski elected president of polish women s . Fannie Kirshnit elected Moit exalted chief of St. Elmo pythian Sisters. .9 Eintracht Lodge. D. S observes 59th birthday. Attorney. S. Gerard Casals arrested in Supe rior court on charge of embezzle ment of $3. "00 for Salvatore Biafore. Contract for new children s Library awarded to Carlson & Tor j Rell. 10 b. Mcelhone elected pros. Ident of chamber of Commerce. 11 Henry Hoffman awarded $15,-00 0 damages from City of Bristol for broken neck received in dive Lei Rockwell Park Pool on july 7. Wil Liam r. Fenn elected president of master plumbers association. Don Ald King elected president of newly formed St. Joseph s alumni n. Mrs. W. Scheidler elected worthy Matron of Martha chapter. E. S. 12 Thomas Cranley of 74 Vine Street observes 80th birthday anniversary. 13 commercial Trust co. Sus pends business at noon by order of., Bank commissioner. 14 Joseph Smulski elected presi Dent of Falcon nest. No 88, pol so National Alliance of America. 3 5 Henry s. Walter on 8 2d birthday today still Active employee of Stanley Rule level co. Mrs. Amalie Nuss elected councilor of Martha Washington Council Daugh ters of America. 16 William Bass elected presi Dent of w. A Harty Branch a. Mercury Falls below Zero Point in Early morning hours. 17 St. Joseph s portable school destroyed by Early morning fire. Charles Pearlman elected Chancellor commander of St. Elmo Lodge k. Of p. 15 Lexington Lodge. I. 1 v elects Joseph Petras Noble grand. 19 Gilmon Miner proprietor of fraternal Bowling alleys fatally shot. Mrs. Ida Leavitt elected Royal Matron of Laurel court. Of a. 20 Charles Kopycinski aged 10, and Stephen Czemer Wsul. Aged 12, drown while skating on Hamlin s Pond. Plainville. 22 Harris Hall elected Comman Der of Star of Good will Lodge. S. R. Mrs. Sadie Ulson elected proprietress of Indianola Council daughters of Pocahontas. Hrs. Paul w. Heller of Vance meet observes 61st birthday Anni Ersary. I electric Ray of Light capable of opening doors automatically in vented at Stanley works. Charlees c. Anderson of Kensington observes 76th birthday anniversary. A Teofil drool Nykl elected presi Dent of knights of boleslaus the great society of holy Cross Church. 30 youth arrested for sending deat threats to Baba y. Jones. Guy Hutchinson elected head of Yalo athletics. 17 Vega society observes blast anniversary. Thermometers show 12 below Zero during night 18 Gro and broken for new Mil lion Dollar veterans Hospital in Newington. Henry Hoffman of new Britain brings suit for $25,000 against City of Bristol for breaking neck in dive in Rockwell Park la Goon. I. Robert Hyatt president and treasurer of Ameri can hosiery co. 20 William f. Burns memorial Emblem awarded to Vitty Grimala at High school for scholarship athletics and character excellence. 21 Clarence f. Bennett president of Stanley works. 22 Rudolph Brown of new Brit Ain inmate of Connecticut school for boys in Meriden stabbed to death with Pitchfork. Or. And mrs. Joseph Lanzoni of Plainville observe 50lh wedding anniversary. 23 George f. Schmalz 44. Shoots and kills Mary Velicka 17, on sum Mer Street. 27 t. M. T. A. And b. Society celebrates 49th anniversary. Actor. Ney Joseph g. Woods announces candidacy for probate judgeship. 28 or. And mrs. Ernest c. Nich ols of 288 Stanley Street observe 60th wedding anniversary. Carl s. Neumann elected president of Union mfg. Co. L. Clark elected presi Dent of new Britain electrical club. March 2 Laurence Mouat resigns at general sales manager of & k. Corbin division of american hard Ware corp., after 22 years service. Heavy Snow paralyses traffic. 4 Albert Careri elected presi Dent of american legion band. 5 mrs. Mary Schroeder of 17 Wallace Street observes Soth birth Day. Mrs. Rose Doherty pleads guilty to manslaughter charge in Superior court and is placed on pro Bation for one year. 6 mrs Elizabeth Stanton elected president of Catholic women s Ben Volant legion. 7 Louis w. Foot elected exalt a ruler of new Britain Lodge of elks. 5 George a. Quigley and Don Ald l. Bartlett announce candidacies ror mayoralty election on Republican ticket. Thirty thousand Dollar fire in Central hotel. Edward Johnson a Roomer killed after fall from third Story. 11 misses Rhoebe Ballou and Virginia Hunt awarded scholarships by College club. Mrs. James n. Skinner of 255 Chestnut Street 92 years eld. 2 Gottlober. Lorsch. 261 Maple Street is years old. 13 attorney p. Mcdonough announces candidacy for mayoralty on democratic ticket. Frank Morrisse y elected president of y. M. T. A. And b. Fife and Irum corps. 14 judge b. Galtney resigns As president of Hartford county a r association. 17 miss Mac m. Booth of 52 Cedar Street loses 88.042 in swindle by Peter Saul of Everett mass. 19 Arthur g. Kimball president of Landers Frary & Clark. George t. Kimball president of american hardware corporation. 21 John Brophy of Waterbury sentenced to life imprisonment for murder of officer James Mcnamee. In Forestville on Jan. 16. Hugo k. Johnson elected president of new Britain pish and game association. 25 mrs. Buc b. Bassette re elected president of new Britain women s club. 26 attorney p. Mcdonough nominated mayoralty candidate on democratic ticket at City primary. Maurice Stanley elected president of Kafir bearing co. 2s George a. Quigley defeats Donald Bartlett by 190 votes in re publican City primary for mayoralty. And mrs. Carl Rund of 197 Rhodes Street observe 40th wed Ding anniversary. April Edward a. Munson observes 26th anniversary As assistant Post master. 2 Fortieth wedding anniversaries observed by or. And mrs. Clay ton Parker and or. And mrs. Eugene w. Patter. 3 John m. Hettinger ends 37 years As organist at St John s evangelical lutheran Church. Presented watch by congregation. 4 United grocery stores inc., Ted charter. Chief William j. Noble observes 35th anniversary As fireman. 6 August Ringquist of i pm Hill observes s,9th birthday. S. Woj Tusi i of this City elected president of state polish legion of America at convention in Meriden. 7 or and mrs. William j. Simpson of Webster Street Plain Ville married 50 years today. Mar tin a. Hollfelder of 214 Winthrop Street elected president of United grocery stores inc. Miss Mabel a. Wallen elected president of business and professional women s club. George a. Quigl y ejected mayor. Or. And mrs. James Coch Rane of Columbia Street married 50 years. 9 mayor elec t George a. Quite be y seriously 111 of pneumonia. 10 mrs. Plus Dinah Skinner observes 92nd birthday at Home for elderly people at 944 Corbin Avenue. 11 mayor elec t George a. Quig. Ley takes oath of office in Brief ceremony at bedside in Hospital. Or. And mrs. Charles w. Bailey of 51 Chestnut Street married 47 years today. 12 Mere than 25,000 attend eight sessions of educational exhibit at senior High school. 13 miss Doris Mallioux. 20. Kill january 1 or. And mrs. William e. Brown of East Berlin celebrate their 40th wedding anniversary. 2 detective sergeant William p. Mccue appointed lieutenant and patrolman Edward m. Kiely appointed sergeant by police commissioners. 6 judge Morris d. Saxe elected president of Jehuda Halevi Lodge Independent order b Nai b Ruth. 6 United grocers. Inc., elects Arthur Lake president of association. 7 population of new Britain estimated at 75,826 by stats Board it health. 9 Rev. Joseph t. Dawid transferred from St. Stanislaus Church Bristol to sacred heart Church. 11 mrs. John h. Mertian elected president of women s auxiliary to the local Branch of National federation of postal clerks. 12 Elliott k. Burr elected pres ident of Eddy Glov Post drum corps. Stanley a. Karpinski re elected president of polish America n political organization of Connecticut. 13 state Board of education estimates new Britain population As 77,263. Herbert e. Owen elected director of commercial Trust co. William h. Day nominated for City comptroller at Republican caucus. 14 Paul k. Rogers president of City National Bank. Drs. G. Dalton and r. W. Pullen appointed directors of social clinic. 15 e. N. Stanley pres ident of savings Bank of new Brit Ain. 16 John o Connell elected presi Dent of Junior june class at senior High school. Peter Nuss elected president of new Britain firemen s Relief association. E. L. Warren re elected president of new Britain boy scout Council. 17 officer James Mcnamee of Bristol shot and killed in Forestville by John Brophy of Waterbury formerly of new Britain. William g. Dunn elected president of new Brit Ain real estate Board. Roy to. Elected Monarch of Aziz Grotto. Is Alln Norton Kenneth Gallagher. Bernhardt Seh Ragur and William Slaets held in connection with murder of officer Mcnamee of Bristol. A k. S. Chamberlain elected president of new Britain National Bank William Ross elected presi Dent of senior june class at senior High school. I at. William j. Hartnett of Fng me co. 5 seriously injured in fall while fighting fire at 115 Street. Mrs. George w. F Orbin elected president of Canonicus Branch International Sunshine society. Al Leo Bojnowski president of people s savings Bank. Officer and mrs. Hellberg of 130 Lincoln Street celebrate 39h wedding anniversary. Or. John f. Keaveny elected president of new Britain dental society. 23 Howland Rogers elected pres ident of freshman Juno class senior High school. Or. And mrs. A. W. Mason of shuttle Meadow Avenue observed 4 Ith wedding anniversary. I. R. Beach elected president of new Britain Rifle club. Inc. 24 Luther b. Cochrane presented a Gold watch after 25 years service with Stanley works. The masonic activities association organized. Irving w. Mott elected president. Mrs. Deborah Myrtlia brings suit for ?3,000 against daughter in Law mrs. Clark Murth for Money owed for Board and lodging and Money advanced prior to son s death. Heckman re elected president of Landers Frary & Clark Mutual Aid association. 25 stockholders of Goss & machine co., receive extra dividend of 2 per cent. 27 f. G. Viberts elected presi Dent of new Britain Trust co. Adolph Carlson circled president end manager of new Britain pittance corp. I or. A. M. Jaffe leaves two rotes telling of intention of ending his life. Harold w. Hatch elected president of new Britain under writers Board. Mrs. Louise Boos observes my birthday at her Home 41 Locust Street. 20 William it. Cadwell elected president of Featon or Cadwell Macc. Co. Councilman Joseph Mlynarski president of polish loan & Industrial corp. Sherwood ii. Raymond president of Al sonic Temple corporation. Lit Iii Omas awarded to 2"3 members of Central Junior High of school graduating class and to 105 members of Nathan Hale Junior High school graduating class. 31 Rev. A. C. Theodore Steege pastor of St. Matthew s Church celebrates 63rd birthday. William 1. Killduff elected president of local 900. National federation of j Ostal clerks. I february 1 Burritt Grange celebrates 41th anniversary. Valkyria Lodge o. Of v., cycler rates 3th anniversary. 2 Louis Lind elected president of United National association of Post office clerks. Or. And mrs. John Traceski of so Jubilee Street married 46 years today. 3 George e. Prentice of Berlin president of Prentice manufacturing co. 5 new Britain machine co. And new Brilain Gridle y machine co. Jointly earn $61". 795. According to report for year ending december 31. 1329. 0 or. And mrs. James Healy of 27 Wallace Street observe 51st anniversary of wedding. Walnut Hill Lodge of masons receives charter. 9 or. And mrs Kline Green Ber g of ?27 West main Street observe 4nth anniversary of wedding. 10 new auditorium at senior High school dedicated. 11 c. F Bennett pres ident of new Britain general hos Pital. 12 lottery ticket scandal ends with fines and jail sentences for seven. Board of finance drops one trill from budget and makes tax Rte h7 Mills. 13 or. And mrs. Samuel Bam fent h observe 49th anniversary of wed Blini class of in graduates Fieten senior High school. 14 h. Pease elected president of new Britain machine co. 88 present. 26 thermometers in City go up to 114 degrees. Mrs. Morris d. Saxe elected president of new Britain league of women voters. 28 polish political club. No. 1, observes 30th anniversary with 600 at meeting and 350 at banquet. 30 Rev. Lyman s. Johnson of. Serves 92nd birthday anniversary. Harry a. Wet Ken elected president of United parents teacher s association. October 1 Paul Heller completes 30 years service As letter Carrier. 2 or. And mrs. John Sautter of 35 Kelsi Street observe 50th anniversary of wedding. Mrs. M. T. Ker we n grand Regent of court Colomba Catholic daughters of America. 3 Connecticut graduate nurses association holds annual convention in new Britain. Worthy Temple. Pythian Sisters observes 26tb birthday of Lodge. Mrs. Nellie f. Kuhne elected Regent of Isabella Circle. Daughters of Isabella. First Lieut. John i. Of co. 189th inf., elected president of officers and officers club. 7 mrs. William e. Attwood elected president of women s hos Pital Board. Frederick r. Beach elected president of Nutmeg Rifle league at annual meeting in William j. Kenney elected Deputy grand Knight of Daly coun cil k. Of c. 8 mrs. Maybelle Carroll elected president of l. D. Penfield Camp. Sons of veterans auxiliary. 13 James r. Keith. 34, killed in automobile Accident on curve in a int in. 13 or. And mrs. Gustave Peter son of 81 Highland Street observe 51st wedding anniversary. 14 mrs. Julia Morehead elected president of ladies auxiliary. A. 15 or. And mrs. M. Clynes observe 4 2nd wedding anniversary at heme on Wilcox Street. Or. And mrs. W. D Carpenter celebrate 48th wedding anniversary at Home 6 20 Stanley Street. Y. W. C. A. Cele Brates 20th anniversary with ban Quet. Alexandra. Lodge. Daughters of St. George observe 29th anniversary. 16 mrs. V. L. Eddy elected pres ident of Eddy Glov unit no. 6. American legion auxiliary. 17 or. And mrs. Tnomas Cranley of Vine Street observe 4"th wedding anniversary. 19 mrs. Frank Norczyk. 38, Dies of Burns received when she pours gasoline in stove. 21 new Britain Council. Order United american mechanics observes 52nd anniversary. A. Emil Bengston elected president of new Britain Odd Fellows association. Mrs. Charles j. Greenstein elected president of b Nai Israel sisterhood. 22 or. And mrs. Robert o. Clark of East Berlin married 46 years. Gerry Crean saves Blind woman in fire it 41 Chestnut Street. Miss Julia regalis and miss Helen Adams both of this City die As result of automobile Accident in Salisbury. Or. And mrs. Louis Nair of 26 Brighton Street married 40 years. 23 Lewey o. Selander elected commander of Walter j. Smith Post veterans of foreign wars. W. Manvil e Johnson elected commander of Eddy Glov Post american legion. I and mrs. Thomas e. Conlon 24 or. And mrs. Thomas e. Con Lon of 61 fierce Street married 42 years. Fire in Smith school does nearly $2o,000 damage. Joseph e. Stone president of Amer ican hardware of err. Association at annual convention at Atlantic City. Mrs. Mary Frost elected president of ladies auxiliary of the Walter j. Smith Post. V. W. 25 William ser bleh. 38, takes own life with Gas at Home. 285 Elm Street. 27 Walum Schiwart elected pres ident of newly organized fellow Craft club of masonic Temple. A or. And mrs. William Gongloff of 586 Arch Street observe 40th wedding anniversary. 29 John Zenga. 19, awarded in Superior court against mrs. Alice Laskarzewski. Owner of car which struck him injured him and he is now unable to smile. 30 or. And mrs. Frederick w. Benham of so South Burritt Street married 52 year. German Confer ence of t United lutheran Church held in this City with so clergymen in attendance. Sir. And mrs. Myron d. Stockwell 6f 66 Lincoln Street observe 58th wedding anniversary. Mrs. Bronislawa Kalkowski elected president of newly organized polish women s National Alliance. November 4 Louis Gentile. 55. Dies at Hospital is result of Gas poisoning at Home 519 Myrtle Street. 4 new Britain democrats win sweep. Attorney William f. Mangan leading ticket and being elected judge of probate. William e. Hii Gearty elected s ate senator and Lucian Maciora and Samuel a. Googel elected representatives. 6 or. And mrs. D. C. Vander Burgh of 287 Chestnut Street observe 4th wedding anniversary. 5 first Baptist Church observes 122nd birthday. Two arrested for wholesale sugar robbery at Miner read & Tullock Plant. 9 More than 6.000 attend Annu Al memorial services at sacred heart cemetery. 10 visiting nurse association celebrates 25th anniversary. Or. And mrs. Ferdinand c. Hyneck of 2s9 Glen Street observe 51st wed Ding anniversary. 11 armistice Day celebrated quietly with exercises at War me Morial in Walnut Hill Park. 13 mrs. Betsy a. Havlland of 270 North main Street. Soothing to celebrates 98th birthday. 8 William Ungiechajer. 14. Of 92 Tremont Street killed when rope upon which he was swinging Breaks. Attorney Leo Gaffney elected president of new i Rolain Branch of crusaders. 19 Skinner elected pres ident of kiwanis club. Inn Douglas order of scottish clans observes 35th anniversary. Miss Lionso Mulli Gan elected president of democratic the year 1 930 passes in and mrs. Charles p. Wal right of to Curtis Street married 60 years today. 14 a. Soper is is years old today. Miss Elizabeth m. Welles re tires after teaching in Public schools for 3 7 years. 21 Rev. P. Pashkiewych Dis continues pastorate of local ukrainian Church. 24 Thomas a. James of Barnes dal e is 80 years old today. 26 Eddy Glov drum corps wins state championship for appearance in hug Parade in Bridgeport. 28 new Britain listed As 129th City in United states. 30 Jesse Smith 29. Of 865 Stan Ley Street almost instantly killed when struck by train in Hartford augus 1 Victor Domion missing after alleged $50,000 fraud is discovered in Auto ales manipulation. 2 or. And mrs. George a. Tyler of 162 Columbia Street married b0 years today. 4 City and state swelter under unusual High temperatures. 5 or. And mrs. Frank r. Woods of 328 Stanley Street married 50 years. Tion. August 1 British dirigible reaches Montreal after flying at lactic. 5 preliminary census report puts u. S. Population at 1 22.728,837. S bodies of s. A. Andice and two companions who took off in a balloon in 1897 on a Polar flight Are found on White Island in the Arctic. 7 r. B. Bennett takes office As Premier of Canada. 7 Claudius Huston quits As g. P. National chairman and is re placed by senator Simeon d. Fess. 13 Captain Frank m. Hawks files from los Angeles to new York in less than 13 hours breaking Lindbergh s record. 15 Graf Zeppelin begins flight around the world. 23 a Ferguson loses run of f primary for Texas gubernatorial nomination to Ross Sterling. 25 president Leguia of Peru re signs after revolution Breaks out suddenly. September 2 Coste and Bellonte reach new York after non Sto p flight from Paris. 3 Hurricane sweeps Santo do Mingo 4.000 people killed. 6 general Jose Francisco u takes charge of Argentine government after a sudden and unexpected revolt. 7 Hopolita of Argentina is imprisoned. 12 Graves and relics of the Franklin expedition lost in the arc tic 83 years ago Are found in King William land. 14 fascists and communists make big gains in German elections. 18 sir Thomas Lipton s Sham Rock a loses in its Effort to win Tho Amerl Ces cup. 17 work is formally begun on $166,000,000 Boulder dam. 27 Bobby Jones wins u. P. Amateur tournament and holds All four major Golf titles. October 1 British Imperial conference opens at London. 4 revolution Breaks out in Brazil. 5 British dirigible 1 wrecked in France 46 aboard Are killed. 8 athletics win world series. Beating cardinals four games to two. 9 Ralph Thomas o Neil of Kansas elected National commander of Tho american legion. 20 general Valeriano Weyler. Whose acts As governor Gener of Cuba helped Lead the United states into War with Spain Dies at Madrid review aged 9 2. 23 president Chiang Kai she k of China embraces christianity. 24 brazilian revolt succeeds president Washington Luis Abdi Cates. O Ember 3 or. Getulio Vargas takes of fice As provisional president of Brazil. 4 democrats make big gains in u. 8. Congressional and senatorial elections Morrow wins in new Jer sey Ruth Mccormick loses in Illi Nois. 5 Sinclair Lewis wins the no Bel prize for literature the first american Ever to gain that Honor. 79 killed in Coal mine explosion at mall fled. 9 general Tasker ii. Bliss wartime chief of staff Dies. 10 americans evacuate kiang.,i and Honan provinces in China be cause of communist disorders. 11 eight russians Are indicted for y activities and an International plot against the. Soviets is alleged. 12 Indian round table e Confer ence opens in London. 17 Bobby Jones announces his retirement from competitive Golf and signs a movie contract. 2 4 u. S. Supreme court holds two big groups of moving picture producers guilty of violating the Sherman anti tru Law. 25 soviet government puts five engineers on trial charging an International anti Sovi plot and ask ing the death penalty. 30 Mother Jones famous labor Leader Dieg in her 101st year. Decent Box 2 president Hoover asks $100,-oo too for unemployment Relief As Congress convenes. C notre Dame beats Southern California to win recognition Asna tonal football champions. 6 67 die in mysterious fog that blankets belgian Valley. 7 soviet condemns five Engi neers to death for International plot then commutes their sentences to imprisonment. 1 Ben Lindsay of Denver arrested in new York after interrupting Church services to re ply to criticism by Bishop Manning. 13 Spanish government crushes rebellious troops at aver Bee pass. 16 Federal judge William Clark of Newark. N. J., rules 18th Amend ment invalid. 17 rebel faction in Guatemala seizes control of government. 19 Alexaner r , head of u. S farm braid. Asks additional $2511, e Viii. Noo to bolster farm prices total of $40,u00,ou0 appropriated so far. January 3 House Wing of National Capit at Washin Jolon catches fire Blaze is extinguished. S Crown Prince Humbert of Italy weds Princess Marie Josu of Belgium. American delegates Tail for London naval conference. 9 Edward w. Bole editor and philanthropist Dies. 19 sixteen die in air plane crash at san Clements Calif. 21 King George opens London naval conference. 2s i Rimo de Rivera Spanish dictator since 1923, resigns. February 3 chief Justice raft resigns from supreme court due to ill health. Charles leans Hughes named to Lake his place. 5 Ortiz Rubio new president of Mexico wounded by an Assassin. 7 Andre Tardieu Premier of France resigns. 17 Alexander p. Moore former ambassador to Peru and Spain and husband of the Lillian Russell Dies. 23 Mabel Normand film Comedi Enne Dies. 25 Hoover commission lands in Haiti to study conditions. A Ryli 5 Andre Tardieu reappointed Premier of 1 Ranee. 6 von Tirpitz. Author of Ger Many s unrestricted submarine War fare Dies. 8 William Howard Taft Dies. 13 astronomers at Lowell Observatory in Arizona announce the discovery of a ninth planet in the solar system. 16 i Rimo de Rivera former Spanish dictator Dies. 22 e. L. Doheny is acquitted of bribing Albert b. Fall. 24 Senate passes Tariff Bill 53 to 31, after seven months debate. 28 or. Heinrich Bruening is named Premier of Germany. 28 Hoover approves report of Forbes commission providing for Complete for Haiti by 19 36. April 6 Mah Atnia Gandhi begins civil disobedience Campaign in India. 8 Ruth Hanna Mccormick nominated for u. S. Senate in Illi Nois. 15 riots sweep Calcutta As civil disobedience Campaign grows. 21 l ire r the o Iio Penitentiary takes lives of 320 convicts. 22 naval armament reduction tres y is signed at London. 26 Graf Zep Pep Over Lon Don fit Zeppelin to do so since the bombing expeditions of the world War. May 5 Mah Atina Gandhi is jailed by the British. 5 600 killed by earthquake and tidal wave in Burma. 7 Senate rejects nomination to supreme court of judge John j. Parker. 13 or. Fridtjof Nansen famous Arctic explorer Dies at 68. 17 Briand French foreign min ister announces plan for United states of Europe. 18 Graf Zeppelin begins Flig it to South America and United states. 27 prohibit town Bureau is transferred from Treasury department to department of Justice. 27 172 killed in Indian riots. 31 Bobby Jones wins British Amateur Golf tournament. June 6 Crown Prince Carol returns to Rumania after five years of exile. 8 Carol is proclaimed King of Rumania. 9 Jake Linsle reporter is killed by gangsters to Chicago. 11 4 died w Hen steamers Fairfax and Rintels collide in Massachusetts Bay. 16 police commissioner Russell and Deputy commissioner Stege of Chicago resign following criticism arising from Lingle murder. 19 Bird lands in new Fork after completing Antarctic expedition. 20 Bobby Jones wins British open Golf tournament. 21 500 Are killed or wounded in nationalist riots in Bombay. India. 22 colonel and mrs. Charles a. Lindbergh announce the birth of a son. 25 monoplane Southern Cross reaches America on flight from Lieland. 28 revolt in Bolivia upsets the government. 30 French troops withdraw from Mainz and Rhineland occupation ends. July 3 California supreme court Dis approves Pardon pleas of Mooney and Billings. 3 banking government in China crushes rebellion in South China. 7 sir Ashur Conan Doyle famed creator of Sherlock Holmes Dies. 12 Bobby Jones wins u. 8. Open Golf tournament. 21 u. S. Senate approves Lon Donna a treaty. 23 earthquake at Melfi. Italy kills Between 2.000 and 3.000. 23 Detroit vots recall mayor Bowles Gerald buckle. Radio announcer. I killed by gunmen after announcing election returns. 28 prime minister Mackenzie King and the Liberal government Are beaten in Canadian elec tire Industry greatly hampered by changes j Akron. O., per. 81 the tire Industry has been greatly disturbed by the heavy declines in the prices of its two most important raw materials rubber and Cotton. This has brought about a Good dal of disorganization and an unusual amount of financial troubles among the smaller and less Well financed con Cerns. Some of the have beef absorbed by the larger companies while others have simply closed their doors. The sales of distress goods special brands and mall order t Rands have disturbed the forme1 channels of distribution through de Lei s and within two years Somo 25,oi.i0 dealers have gone out of bus iness Rou Bir Itkis isl Herald Clabus Ltd ad3 Edas car overturns on Bolton Road. 14 William Fay appointed sve Reary to Viator Quigley. Attorney p. Mcdonough retires from Board of compensation and assessment after serving 2o years. 15 second Deputy fire chief Michael t. Souney elected president of firemen s death Benefit fund. 16 mrs. George w. Traut elected or. R Den of a C. A. Board of directors. Is ground broken for new municipal Golf course. 19 posthumous award of distinguished s vice Cross for extraordinary heroism in Verdun sector n Hole to late oin Oral George. Gaudetto killed Day before

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