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1 FOURTEEN THE LEWISTON DAILY SUN, TUESDAY MORNING, MAY 21, 1940 WORLD FAMOUS HAWKES Rock Crystal Pattern "Aquila" Out The modern hostess har de for Dally Specials creed in favor of Rock Crystal Glassware. The Aquila pattern is quite in keeping for formal occasions a well as for everyday usage. Barnstone-Osgood VEARS Co: FINE JEWELRY FOR 80. 50 Lisbon St. Evenings By Appointment Phone 2650 AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE E.

SHEPLEY PAUL 23 Turner Aub. Tel. 1300 Lewiston and Auburn -A chimney fire at the Vital Ayotte home, 44 Pettengill street, extinguished at 5:19 p.m. Monwas day. -Ray T.

Mills, secretary of the Auburn Chamber, of Commerce, Mrs. Frank Stephens and Russell Jack, supervisor of music the Auburn schools, have been in named a committee to select a gento have charge of eral chairman for the 1941 New arrangements England music festival in anticiof its being held here, Furpation ther committees will be appointed in case the convention decides to come here. -Rev. Robert R. Lavoie of Lewiston, ordained to the priesthood the cathedral at PortSaturday, in and officiated at his first solland, Mass at SS Peter and emn high Paul church Sunday, has been assigned as assistant in St.

Augustin Augusta, where he will beparish, gin his duties next Sunday. -Harry W. Rowe, assistant to president at Bates College, was the chapel speaker, Monday morning. He asked seniors cherish a real affection for the college. -Orchardists say that the buds on apple trees now indicate a heavy of apples.

The buds of the earcrop ly varieties are beginning to open. McIntosh, as usual, are heavily loaded with buds. Some of the larger orchards have not been sprayed as yet. The men say they are keeping a sharp lookout and if a warm rain comes followed by hot weather they will put on the spray ready for the apple scab. Over 50 attended a meeting held by the L- A Red Cross, Monday evening at chapter headquarters in the interest of stimulating cooperation in raising the Red Cross quota, $7,200, for war relief in Europe.

Dwight Marble, chairman of the local chapter, presided. John L. McCobb and Robert H. Gremley were speakers. Attending were representatives of local organizations and societies who will cooperate in the drive.

-Lawrence Howard, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alton Howard of Freeport, formerly of Auburn, is a patient Children's hospital in Portland, it was learned by local friends Monday. The little boy fell at his home and suffered a circular break above the knee. -Jeanne E.

Keith, 27, of 4 Alamakee street, Auburn, suffered an injury to one knee, Monday, when an auto by her husband, Elmer E. overed, was in collision with an L. A. Fuel Co. truck on Main street hill, Lewiston.

Among other damage, the car had a smashed trunk and fender. -Work of remodeling the Empire theatre was begun, Monday. Seats were being removed and a temporary sidewalk was constructed. in. front of the building.

Auburn has two cases of scarlet fever on record and Health Officer Shirley Davis, Monday, ordered the first grade room at Lake street school closed for disinfection of the room. There are 17. measles cases on record, 10 of whooping cough, three of chicken pox. Personal Mr. and Mrs.

Jack Skolfield and family have moved to Milford, where Mr. Skolfield is now employed at the Vought-Sikorsky Aircraft factory. Dr. Wedgwood P. Webber of Main street, Lewiston, as representative of the Maine Medical Assocation, is attending a convention Connecticut Medical Association in Hartford this week.

Harry Tuysuzian of 25 Shawmut street, who is employed by the Automatic Canteen has been transferred to Augusta. Mrs. Eva Beals of Greene, who has been ill at the home of her sister, Mrs. Clarence Brown, 71 Wellman street, has entered the C. M.

G. hospital for treatment. Judge and Mrs. Neal A. Donahue of Auburn are among those attending the New England Credit Managers' convention at Poland Spring.

Judge Donahue is president of the Bay the Buy Frigidaire Bargain $114.75 Up -Terms. All Models At SEAVEY'S 240 COURT AUBURN and will be one of the speakers. MATILDA ROUTHIER Miss Matilda Routhier, 77, died at 6:30 p.m., Monday at the Marcotte Home, where she had lived the past years. For many years, she had six cared for children and prior to that worked in Lewiston mills. 1 She leaves three nephews, Ferdinand.

Leclair, Frank Routhier, and Fred Routhier, all of Lewiston and Auburn. DIED In Lewiston, May 20, Miss Mathilda Routhier. Body reposing at the Marcotte Home on Campus avenue where funeral services will be held Thursday morning at 7:30 o'clock followed by a high Mass of requiem at St. Mary's church at 8 o'clock. All arrangements are under the Poisson Funeral Directors.

ARMAND ROUSSEAU Armand Rousseau, of 78 Fourth street, Auburn, died Monday at Ste. Marie's General hospital after a two days' illness. A ter by occupation, he was the son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Rousseau of Lewiston.

He leaves his widow, the former Josephine Deshaies; a son, Julien Rousseau, Auburn; his parents; four brothers, Abel, Anatole, Roland, and Sylvio, and five sisters, Carmen, Noella, Jeanne, Madeleine, and Theresa Rousseau, all of Lewiston. DIED At St. Mary's hospital, Monday May 20,4 Rousseau. Funeral from Albert's Funeral Home, 2 Howe street, Lewiston, Thursday morning at 8.30 followed by a requiem high mass at St. Louis church, Auburn at 9 OCTAVE LACOMBE Octave Lacombe, 75, of Lisbon, died Monday at the Jones hospital, Lisbon road, after a two weeks' illness.

A native of St. Anselme, had lived in the United States "64 years. He moved to Lisbon two years ago after a 12 years' residence here. He is survived his widow, the former Georgianna Yargeau; three sons, William and Roland, Lewiston, and Cleas, Auburn; two daughters, Mrs. Ephrem Ainaire, Sabattus, and Mrs.

Jules Caron, Auburn; three brothers, Paul, Claremont, N. Joseph, Groveton, N. and Peter, Berlin, N. and a sister, Mrs. Fred Bernier, Lisbon Center.

DIED In Lewiston, May Remains 20, at Octave the Lacombe Pinette are Funeral Parlors, 87 Bartlett street. Time and date of funeral services will be announced. later. REV. CHARLES M.

BARRELL Rev. Charles M. Barrell, 69, of Buckingham, brother of the late Dr. Daniel A. Barrell of Auburn, died last week at a Farmville, hospital, according to word received here.

Services were held last Thursday at Maysville Presbyterian church at Buckingham, where for 37 years Mr. Barrell was pastor. Mr. Barrell was born Nov. 3, 1870, at Turner, the son of Charles H.

and Laura Crafts Barrell. In 1897, he was graduated from Bates College and then he attended Yale Divinity school. He received his degree for the ministry at Union Theological Seminary at Richmond. Survivors include his widow, the former Fannie Stewart Hall of Buckingham; four sons, Charles Ohio; Stewart Richmond, Robert T. and Herbert Buckingham; a daughter, Frances Richmond; two brothers, Prof.

Edward P. Barrell, Ednor, and Herbert C. Barrell, Auburn. THREE YEAR OLD LAD SWALLOWS SAFETY PIN Without recourse to surgery, a safety pin swallowed last Saturday by three year old Thomas F. Murray son of a Lewiston police officer, was removed, Monday afternoon.

The youngster was treated at Ste. Marie's General hospital by Dr. George B. O'Connell and was able to be returned to his home at 61 Bridge street? MRS. FRANK EDGECOMB IS GIVEN TRANSFUSION Mrs.

Alferdine R. Edgecomb, wife of Pvt. Frank L. Edgecomb of the Lewiston fire department, was in a critical condition early Tuesday morning at the C. M.

G. hospital, where she underwent a blood transfusion a few hours before. Seriously ill, Mrs. Edgecomb was taken to the hospital early in the evening from her home at 24 Nichols street. When her condition grew worse, a call was put into Central station for blood donors.

Nearly every man in the department volunteered, Four men, Deputy Chief John J. McCarthy, Lieuts. Francois Boulet and James A. Donahue and Pvt. Louis P.

Malo, were tested at the hospital but their blood proved unsuitable. Pvts. Dwight B. H. Smith, Thomas Ouellette, Rosaire Verreault, Leo Levesque and Abner Hodgdon then went to the hospital.

When it was found his was the right type, Hodgdon donated his blood. Only two weeks ago, Hodgdon gave blood when his own wife had to receive a transfusion. Resolve To Improve Your Health--Your Figure--Your Posture Sulphur Baths -Swedish Massage For Your Health and Figure Special Exercises For Your Posture MRS. E. L.

PENNELL 23 James Graduate Nurse Auburn SONS OF ITALY INSTALL JUDGE A. A. LESSARD SPEAKER AT BANQUET AND REG. ULAR MONTHLY MEETING Recently elected officers were Installed at the banquet and reguJar monthly meeting of Christotoro Colombo lodge. Sons of Italy, held at Odd Fellows, lodge rooms, Park street, Judge Alton A.

Lessard of Lewiston, the principal speaker, commented on the contribution made by the Italians for this country! and praised the work being done by this lodge in keeping the ItaloAmericans united as true Americans. President Nicholas Spugnardi made mention of the necessity of co-operation and unity in these JUDGE A. A. LESSARD difficult times by all racial groups as Americans. Other speakers included former State Senator Frank Maliar, Joseph Del Ponte of Portland, Arthur Steckino, Spugnardi and Michael Lewiston.

Antonio, The toastmaster was Arthur Tempesta. The new officers recently elected for 1940-41 were installed as follows: President, Nicholas Spugnardi; retiring president, Arthur Steckino; vice- president, Antonio Spugnardi; orator, Amelio Vangel11; treasurer, Frank Palangi; cial secretary, Sam Bennett; corresponding secretary, Alphonse Dascoli; trustees, Ferdinand Malagutti, Vincent Labozo, Frank Figoli, Louis Tempesta and Mario grand deputy, Arthur Deangelis; Tempesta. new president Appointments were: made Masters by of ceremony, Frank Lentini and Peter Meo; sentinel, Frank Bruno; publicity agent, Sam Bennett, Entertainment was furnished by Michael Pisselli, Phillip Parotta, Henry Benney, Mr. Fleury and also by students of Miss Eleanor Flagg which included Grace Piselli, Ruth Wheeler, Given Marston and Joan Pelkey. In addition to lodge members, friends and members of their families attended as special guests.

LOCAL LODGES LOCAL LODGES Harmony Temple Harmony temple, Pythian Sisters, meeting Monday evening in Eureka hall, Auburn, enjoyed a Mother's Day program arranged by Mrs. Mildred Tingley. This included. a Mother's Day message by Fred Sylvester, dance, Back to Back, Phyllis Cloutier and Mabel Webber; song, Mother, Laura Ray; accompanied by Lila Haskell; reading, Neighbors, Mildred Small; dance, Ballroom Ballet, Suzanne Stetson; dance, Taps, Henry Conant; sketch, Old Fashioned Mother and Today's Daughter, Emmy-Jane Worden and Eloise Ham. Refreshments were enjoyed, Burnside Relief Corps Decorations were of Spring flowers and May baskets, Monday evening when Burnside Relief corps met at Abou Ben Adhem hall, Auburn.

Mrs. Edna Emery was in charge of supper. Members of Knox Relief corps, Lewiston, and the past State president, Rose Minott, were guests; also Ruth ards, State guard, Mrs. Eva Mitchell, Mrs. Lena Holmes, Mrs.

Lera Bennett, Mrs. Inez Adams and the State chaplain, Mrs. Minnie Ray. The past State president, Mrs. Ella Alphard, was presented a birthday cake.

It was voted to donate to the Association for the Blind. The program, presented by the patriotic instructor, Mrs. Edna Emery, included music by a quartet, Etta Varnum, Edna Emery, Sadie Tufts and Leora Berry; a reading by Ada Curtis. The chaplain, Mrs. Nancy Martin, conducted a memorial service.

Prizes at a name contest were won by Mrs. Etta Varnum, Mrs. Edith Riggs, Mrs. Stella Grover and Mrs. Lora.

Bennett. A communication was received from the Sons of Veterans to attend Memorial Day services at the Elm St. Universalist church. Mrs. Leora A.

Berry was named to have charge of the next supper. For Delicious Golden Brown Toast, Try WALTON'S OLD FASHIONED BREAD WPA Project Workers Join in National Observance AUBURN WPA WORKERS, in cooperation with the Federal government, observing WPA week, held banquet, Monday evening at the YMCA in Auburn with bers of their families guests, attendance numbering about 70. In the picture are Mrs. Ralph cadden, Mrs. Lawrence Rideout, Mrs.

Betty Childs, Mrs. Flora Buck, local supervisor; Mayor L. neth Green and Mrs. Ruby Robertson, who served as toastmistress. The program was varied, included serpentine dance by Audrey Childs, Suzanne Stetson and Joan Pelky; remarks by Mayor: Green, songs, Christine Thompson; a waltz ballet, Suzanne Stetson; song, Beverly Haley; specialty tap dance, Audrey Childs.

tap and toe dance, Joan Pelky. The party had pated listening to a radio broadcast given by Mrs. Franklin D. velt but reception was unfavorable and it was not heard, Lewiston workers, meeting for dinner at the Middle Street diner, later heard Mrs. Roosevelt's address at Lewiston City hall.

Their party numbered 26 with' Miss Theresa McGraw, supervisor, in charge of arrangements. Mrs. L. Harry Soucy, is making survey for the State" of all projects, spoke on her activities. POLITICAL TALK HERE AND THERE So numerous and imposing were the Democrats attending the county party at the De Witt hotel Monevening, that many of didates regarded them as harbingers of a safe landing in the Fall.

That was one happy thoughts carried home the meeting. fothe President Sumner Sewall of the State Senate, will speak on "Aviation" at the weekly luncheon meeting of the Portland Lions club, at (noon today at the Eastland hotel. Arthur Jolicoeur, candidate for the Democratic nomination for high sheriff of Androscoggin county, visited several of the towns Sunday, met members of the committees, listened to reports from (outlying sections, and came home confident of victory in June and September, "I find the party is well united and everywhere they are saying this is going to be a Democratic year," he said. Alcide (The Great A.A.) tier, Republican candidate for the legislature and a -time supporter of Mayor Payne of Augusta, for governor, received a letter from Mayor Monday in which he expressed appreciation for the splendid support he is receiving from the Great A. A.

and other Lewiston people. "The Mayor is confident of winning the gubernatorial nomination and I'm telling you he can't lose." Mr. Carpentier said he was obliged to halt activities Monday on the project to finance his own campaign, on account of "wet grounds." He said: "I like shining in the sunshine, smiling all the while; singing my campaign song, when the dimes begin to pile." menting on the Democratic Henry "Tex" Wiseman quet-meeting Monday night said: "They didn't used to have those things when I was a member of the party, but I'm not tempted to go back. I'm staying with the Republicans and we'll have our quet after the votes are counted in September. If Democrats waited until then, they might not get a chance to eat.

And that's probably the truth." When Louis Jalbert was about to have a city job, room was made for him at the pumping station, by cutting each of the other workers there, a day a week and their pay accordingly, so that Jalbert could then be added and each would have a six-day week instead of seven, before "extra" put on the payroll. As each was to receive pay for only six days, instead of seven, before, the new plan would provide larger crew at no greater cost to the city. Now they say most of the old men are being required to work seven days a week for six-day pay, while the newcomer gets pay for 'six days and work no more. "If that is so," said one who had heard the story, "something ought to be done about it. Perhaps by adding a part time man, the extra time some of the men work, could be absorbed." Vague talk has been heard about what the Legislature assembled in Pine Street Barber Shop 22 PINE LEW OPP.

ATHERTON'S Now Has a Complete Staff of EXPERIENCED BARBERS AT YOUR SERVICE: PHIL MARTINEAU PHIL LIZOTTE FRANK ROY FRANK ROY (Formerly at Decoster's Bar ber Shop, Ash Lewiston Has Just Joined Phil Martineau Phil Lizotte At The Pine Street Barber Shop and Invites Friends, Customers and the General Publie to Visit Him At His New Location, "A Complete Banking Service" City Banking Service For Outside Towns Our branches in Mechanic Falls, Lisbon Falls, and Freeport provide regular city banking facilities for people of these towns and surrounding ares. You can bank by mail if you wish and get prompt service. LEWISTON TRUST COMPANY Lewiston Lisbon Falls Mechanic Falls Deposits Insured Up To $5,000 By Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. Arrest Arthur Nadeau On Welfare Dept. Warrant Arthur Nadeau, 45, was arrested, at Leeds, Monday night, on the charge of making false representations in an application for aid from the Lewiston welfare division.

Officers Murray and Soucy of the Lewiston police and Deputy Sheriff Pratt made the arrest. Nadeau formerly lived at 10 Allen court. Capt. Picard said the warrant was still in the hands of Recorder Isaacson of the Lewiston Muniand that he had no knowledge of the detailed charges. Record Crowd Attends Credit Men's Banquet POLAND SPRING--Before 177 persons, a record attendance at a Retail Credit Grantors of New England banquet, State Librarian Oliver W.

Hall of Augusta and Daniel Hegarty of Portland gave interesting talks, Monday night. Hall told of Maine literature and Hegarty of topics pertaining to credit. Justice Harry Manser of Auburn was the toastmaster. U. S.

Senator Wallace H. White Jr. of Auburn and Governor Lewis 0. Barrows were unable to attend but sent greetings. The two conference opened here, Monday, with a registration of 110 persons; more are expected, Tuesday.

Speakers at Monday sessions included Joseph T. Cambia, president of the organization; John F. Madden, Boston; Frank Caldwell, St. Louis; and Charles J. Martin, New York City.

Tuesday's Program Mrs. Olive M. Proctor of Salem Mrs. Grace Michaud of Lynn, and Mrs. Ramona Woodbury of Boston will be hostesses at the breakfast sponsored by the credit women, an event scheduled for 8.30 o'clock, Tuesday morning.

At this breakfast, reports will be heard from the presidents of the various clubs among credit women, special session at Augusta Thursday, will "spring" in the way of "sensations." One member who said he had no very definite information as to what it was planned to do, added that he had heard "impeachment proceedings" mentioned, but had not been able to learn to whom they might apply or if there was really any foundation for the report there would be any such action. "There may be a few surprises, but I don't know as they rated as sensations. I think much depends upon the report of the auditors to the Governor and what the Governor has to say about the whole thing." An out of town attendant Democratic banquet-meeting at the De Witt, Monday night, expressed disappointment at the close of the meeting in not having seen Edgar St. Hilaire of the board of public works. "I have heard and read so much about Mr.

St. Hilaire I thought I would like to meet the gentleman. I asked two or three different ones to point him out to me but they couldn't seem to 10- cate him. I'm sorry." MARRIAGE INTENTIONS Marriage intentions recorded in Lewiston include: Rose Judd, 163 Summer, Lewiston and Alexandre Belanger, College road. Grace Bolduc, Litchfield Corner and Lionel Roux, 46 Knox.

Pauline Vaillancourt, 87 Androscoggin avenue and John Keneborus, 46 Maple, Marion Keith, 107 Horton and Walter D. Cook, 143 Horton. Ruth Ashe and Lawrence W. Lewis, both of 344 Main, Lewiston. Alice Guilmette Beaudette and Joseph Roderique, both of 148 Oxford.

Yvonne Ida Moreau, 52 River and Alexis Joseph Cote, 86 Fourth, Auburn. Romain J. Marcoux OPTOMETRIST Dr. 0. A.

Perron-Associate Optometrist HOURS 9 to 12 2 to 6 Evenings by appointment 185 Pine St. Lew. Tel. 185 and Mrs. Woodbury will be the chief speaker.

She also serves on the nominating committee that will this time. Her are Mrs. Grace Michaud of Lynn and Miss Lillian Linsky of Salem Mass. The general session of the ference, Tuesday, will be called at 10 a.m, and will begin with the showing, of the an National education Retail film Credit sponAssociation. Immediately after this, the conference will hear the sole resident of Maine to appear on the program.

He is Russell B. Spear of Augusta president of the Depositor Trust Co. who will. speak of the banker's attitude toward small loans. P.

O. Laurin, district sales manager of the Railway Express Agency at Boston will follow with a talk on personal call collections, Joseph Fowler, collection manager at Jordan Marsh, Boston, will discuss: Do you waste labor and postage on your credit and collection correspondence? and Charles Martin of New York will be the final morning speaker; his subject, Signs of the Times. In the afternoon, the forum begun on Monday will be continued, the nominating and resolution committee will report, and officers will be elected just before final journment. I BELANGER GETS POST AS CHURCH ORGANIST CHARLES-EUGENE BELANGER Charles-Eugene Belanger, formerly of this city, has been named organist at the Church of St. John the Baptist, Brunswick, a parish administered by the Marist Fathers.

He is now studying at Bangor, Mr. Belanger is the son of the late J. O. Belanger, one time organist of St. Mary's church, Lewiston.

He has long been a student of music and for two years was director of the Orpheon. He has studied organ, piano and voice, the last named under Carmela Ponselle and Kenneth Field. He has specialized also in choir directing. Mr. Belanger has served as organist at both St.

Mary's church and Ste. Rose de Lima church at Chisholm. Boy Scout Notes Troop 168 Troop 168, Boy Scouts, met, Monday night, at the Dingley school and made plans for the camporee. Tony Ward gave an interesting talk on scouting in Europe. Norman Belanger was presented a tenderfoot pin.

Visitors -NOTICEMr. Pierre Laberge OF THE Peoples Ice Co. WISHES TO ANNOUNCE that he is retiring from business and takes this opportunity to thank all his friends and customers for their loyal patronage during the past years. Please make all payments, on or before June first, for all bills contracted with this firm previous to this date at Mr. Laberge's home.

158 BARTLETT ST. PHONE 2012-R McCormick Urges Better Law Enforcing Agencies BRUNSWICK Austin H. McCormick, former commissioner of correction in New York City and Bowdoin College alumni secretary, outlined a crime prevention program here Monday night. Associated with the- Osborne Foundation for the Study of Crime Prevention, McCormick told Rotary club members on the occasion of that organization's 15th anniversary that the county needed: police. Better prosecution.

Better probation. Better prevention. The latter, McCormick said, was the most important, and could be easily facilitated by use of the present agencies in such work, namely, slum clearance, improved vocational schools, play grounds and recreational centers. The anniversary meeting was held at the Hotel Eagle with 110 present including many from out of town. Rev.

A. T. Stray; instrumental in the founding of the club, was master of ceremonies. The committee on arrangements besides Rev. Stray included Omer included Ovide Theberge, Addison Nelson and Mr.

Ward. Troop 115 Troop 115, Boy Scouts, met Monday night at Lewiston United Baptist church. were played, the camporee discussed, and the boys re-registered. SSS Admiral Peary Members of the Scout Ship "Admiral Peary" met last evening with committeemen, Earnest Higgins, Coulllard and Mr. Costhree.

grove attending. Several members reported on their trip to Yarmouth, 'Saturday, when the Cutter, "Sea Scout" was launched. Committeeman Higgins related incidents of his first sea voyage, which took him around the Cape of Good Horn, The following attended a Bridge of Honor meeting at Portland, last week: Skipper Wilbur McCray; Alice L. Koss, Mate Clayton Lewis, Doris, Decoster, Bos'n mate, Sidney Rowe, Elinor Austin, Bos'n mate Robert O'Brien, Faye Shackford. IN POLICE CIRCLES In the Lewiston Municipal court, -Monday, E.

E. Robinson of Brunswick pleaded guilty to drunken driving and was committed for 80 days. Lida Biron was fined $5 and costs for operating without a license and was granted a year's probation. Intoxication cases: Emile guay, Otto. Marczak, costs; Doyon, default; Henry Labrecque, Fred Ouellette, Edmond Bouchard, 30 days, one year probation; Roland Bertrand, 30 days; James E.

Scribner, $5 and costs; Leo Drouin, $5 and costs, one year probation. Recorder Harris M. Isaacson of the Lewiston Municipal court, presiding until a judge is appointed, announced at Monday's session installment payment of fines would no longer be permitted. An auto owned by Alphonse Beauregard, stolen from the yard at his home, 48 Bates street court, Saturday, was found at Cloutier's field, Cedar street, Monday. Police received a complaint from a Lewiston man that he loaned his car to a friend who had failed to return It.

The next day car owner called said the machine had been found out of gas on the Mechanic Falls road. "You can go and get it," suggested the owner. Police declined to act as a towing service. At a special session of Auburn Municipal court, Monday afternoon, Judge Linnell found Henry Spaulding, 46,: not guilty on a charge of larceny preferred by Victor Villanueva of Auburn who charged took his lawn roller. Spaulding said he thought the roller was one that Forrest Carleton, for whom was working, had borrowed so he put it in the trunk of Carleton's sedan and carried it off to Carleton's home where he was doing some lawn grading.

Judge Linnell decided it was all an innocent mistake and discharged the respondent after a long hearing. Holman Murphy, Auburn, was AUSTIN. H. McCORMICK Stanton Francis, Dr. Earle Richardson and John W.

Riley. found not guilty on a charge of larceny by embezzlement, also atter a long hearing. He was accused by Edward Leclair, in a warrant sworn out by Leclair with larceny of $5 given him toward the purchase of a. target rifle. At the morning session Peter Jences, Auburn, was fined costs of court on each of two charges, drive ing a motorcycle without lights and without having his license stamped properly, Fred Bernier was sentenced 30 days for violation of pro- THURS.

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