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xxvn, NO. 43
Published Mondays and Thursdays
NORTH WILKESBORO, N. C., MONDAY, APRIL 24, 1933
$1:00 IN THE STATED-$1.50 OUT OF THE STATE
Jurors For May
Term of Federal
' Court Are Drawn
Freeholders of Ashe, AUe-
ghany, Watauga and
Wilkes On List
TO CONVENE ON MAY 15
Be Presided Over By
Judge Johnson J. Hayes,
Jurors for the .May term of
federal court ■which convenes in
. > Wilkesboro on the 15th of »xt
,*?’^lonth have been drawn, it was
i learned Friday from Deputy Clerk
I The list is made up of free-
holders of .A,she. .Mleshany,
auga and Wilkes counties, this ■
division of the district being com-1
posed of these four counties. '
Judge Johnson J. Hayes. of
Greensboro, will pre.skle, with
District Attorney J. U. McCrary
and his assistants prosecuting for
Practically all of the cases on
New York, April 22.—Three
noted New York eye specialists
agreed today- that an immediate
operation for the removal of her
left eye is necessary to save the
life of two-year-old Helen Vasco.
Thus they concurred in the
opinion of other specialists on
whose testimony both the West
chester children's court and the
appellate divison of the Supreme
court ordered the operation to
It was in the hope of convinc
ing the rhyd's parents that
i Frank Fay. appointed by the
Umurt to act in her behalf, took
j Helen and her parents to the in-
Islitule of orthalmolgy of the
i Presbyterian hospital yesterday,
j J'uy said John Vasco, $15,-a-
I Prime Minister Ramsey Mac- week immigraiil, indicated after
Donald, of Kngland. is now in the tlic e.xamination he was willing
rnited States, upon Hie inyita-jto aliide liy the appellate order,
i tion of i’rcsiilenl Roosevelt, for | hnt that .Mrs. Vasco persistwi in
I tile lirsl of infornial economic , her refusal to allow the surgery.
I conferences with leaders of tlelil- With the hope of trying to get
lor Kui'()|)ean iiiilions. -Mr, Ma-- her permission over the week-
Court Orders That Operation On | Wilkes To Place
Child’s Eye Must Be Permittedj 46 Youi^ Men In
the docket are for violations
the national prohiliitiou laws.
The list of jurors foIIow.s:
Mack Holloway, Sparta: Lon
nie Edwards, Whiteliead; Richa
rd Gentry. Glade Valley; Fred
Weaver, Scottsville; Von Miller.
Laurel Springs: Kmniersoti Black.
Piney Creek; Emory Joine.s.
Sparta; Johnnie llopin’is. Sirul-
, R. P. Parker, Creston; Smith
Greer. Lansing; W. W. llrnAii.
Jefferson: E. H. Grayh-al, W-st
Jefferson; James Grayheal, Hem
lock: John CoMiron. Eldieih; .1.
R. McMillan, He: Ctms. Lewis.
Ashland: W. K. Iieiiiiey Cra.-sy
Creek: Clyih- Milam. Trout; W.
H. Miller, Jefferson; L. H Ham.
Husk; G. W. Phillips, .Nellie
Thomas Glenn. Valle Crucis;
C. 0. Triplett. Triplett: J. G. '
-?s6ry. lilowiiig Rock; Frank Eg-j
. gers, .Mabel; Roy Adams, \ ilas; -
Tei Davis, Todd; .A. i'. Moody.!
Blowing Ro( k: Stewart lltinu s.
Boone: B. II. .Moody, Hmnte: E.
B. Hagamaii. Heacii Cre.-k; Ciirlj
■Winehar.ger. Zionville; .1. E-
Hardin. Shulls .Mil!.'.
J. P. McCarter, .lemiings; I’tiilo
Whittiiiglon. Roddies River, C.
A. |T.owe, Wilkesboro; H. U.
Brown, Dehart: Sam Iriplcii.
Maple Springs: fonrad Jones
Ready Branch; J. »>■ Emerson.
North Wilkesboro; .Adolphus Tay-
Donald and liis datighti'i'
! week-end guests
were end, Fay said he would plead
Wliile wilh her at the , Vascos' tittlo
home at HasHiigs-on-Hudson.
Allotment To Be Filled By
Selecting Boys From the
Most Needy Families
Present Board of City
J. A. Rousseau For Mayor
Winnie Ruth Judd
Saved From- Gallows
Candidates Must Be Over 18
and Under 25 Years To
If she still says "no” the ease
may be taken to the court of
appeals, highest judicial body in
the .stale. Iprincipally becaii.se
there is no legal precedent in
New York for a eompiilsory oper
ation on a child of Helen's le.gal
Before the court order both
father and mother refused ap
peals that the operation be per
Course Here Is
Clinic For Pre-School Children
Being Held By Health Department
Scoutma.st'.T.s of Four Dis
tricts In .Mtendance: Com
plete Course May fi-7
To Spend This Week Examin
ing ('hildren of Pre-
WORK BEG.AN TODAY
The training conrsi' condiicicil
lifie (luring tin wci'k-ciid for
, Scont-Ts of the four western ilis-
liricls of t be Winston-Siilcm
(’oiincil. Bov Scoiils of .'Americu.
j was a promuiiiced snccc.ss. Ah-l-
ieiaii Sconters acclaimed it one of
the Inst they ever atli-ndcd.
.Among those prominent in
Wilkes county will place 46
young men in President Roose
velt’s civilian conservation corps,
it has been announced. The num
ber was allotted a few days ago,
this being 'Wilkes county’s first I
allotment out on North Carolina’s j
quota allotment of 6.500. I
Candidates f(rr enrollment!
must be over 18 years of age and |
under 25 yeal-s of age. They must I
be unmarried and will be re-!
qiiired to take a physical exami
nation sliowing that they are
physically able to do the work
expected of them.
The pay will be J.JO per month
with all necessities furnished by
the government. Of this amount,
Hie young men will he required '
to send $25.00 to their parents 1
or other dependent relatives. -
if possible, all conditions be-1
Florence, .Ariz., April 22.—
AVinnle Ruth Judd’s sentencet
to death on the gallows |or the
murder of Agfnes Anne Leroi
was suspendetl autoiiiatically
tonight, b.v thc,verllct of a Sii-
lierior court jury finding her
to be insane.
The venliet was returned
about three hours after the
,iury of 12 men received tlio
Hhe has lieen schetluled to
be hanged for Hie slaying of
Agnes Leroi next Friday, Ajiril
28. Tnder the verdict, she will
be comiiiittetl to an asylum for
the mentally incompetent.
The jury reported its verdict
at 7:25 p. m.
The verdict was readied in
one hour and 57 minutes of ac
The verdict was retiii-ncd liy
a vote of nine to three, tlic
Statement Issued To That Ef
fect Today; His Re-elec
tion Is Urged
SOLIDLY BEHIND HIM
Mr. Rous.scau Denies Rumor
That He Will Resign If
He Is Elected
iiiiiiimuiii iiiiini)er of Jurors al-
loived under tlie law having
iiig equal, only
from Hie most needy families
will he selected. They will he giv- j
en first consideration by the au
The first call for candidates j
will he iiimoiimed soon. '
J. B. McCoy Head
Of N. C. Division
Dr. A. J Eller, countv health
Ranking Holiday I.s Given as offkei’, ami Mrs. Bertha B. ll.j
Caiise lor Pai’t of the county nurse, will spend the entire!
.March Outlay week in schools of the county for'
I the purpo.se of examining clii'dr:*n
.M.\R( H lOl.AL $l,.>23,.M6j of pre-school age. a majority of
i whom will be children who will en
ter school this fall.
I’aients are requested to note
wii.-i imlicaled in Hie total amount jhe hour which they will be at the
Austin To Speak
■An iinprnvemeiil in (he status;
of (lest it III ion in North f'arolina
I .Scout work who alien.led were ,,f |,|(,ni.y .spent
! Henry A, .Sf.ickey, of .AtlanKi
Ga.. regional Scout exm ntive. j ,, a bealHi examination.
, L' 1- ..1... I uvoei, an annomicemeiu made by tliei , i ,, ,„i
and A\. K. A aiiglin-Llovd. exeen- , The work began tialay, Dr. Eller
tivc of the AVinstcn-.Salem conn->'oveinor's office of relief. The j to [lU. Pleas-
cil. Forty Sconlers were in at- total e.xiM'iuliUires amoiinlcd Hi . j,„t high .school this morning. The
tendaiici'. $ l..!2:i..i4t). i schedule for the remainder of the
far relief iriir- .school most convenient and are
; poses during March, according to i urged to bring their children for
^111 annomicemeiu made 1)
office of relief
IcngHi.v program was car- '1 liis lolal reiircseiits an in- follows;
lor. Maple Springs: 'f ('.
Champion; 1. .Marlin
North Wilkesboro. Jesse
den. Jo.vnes; J. .Motii'o^
New Life; T. I’. Holcomb
ton: Marcus Yates. I’.irlear; Ted;
■AV. Lyon. Honda; D. S. Broyhill !
Pores Knob; J. E. Par I.O’. .Alor-I
1 ril'd out in detail, getting under crease over Hie expeiidiluri's for
.way Saturday afternoon at IHJn l•'ebrnary wliicli required $1.-
laml ending Sunday eteniiig. 1611,422 . liy takiii.g into acconni
I Tli(' course will be completed the fact that March contains
jon the week-eii.l of May ii-7. three more days than February.
■ llnring that week-end. a special ithe fuel is revealed that the total
jcoiir.se in camp craft will also daily reiiiiirements for .March was
jupy.ivpn. ^ less than Febriiar.v.
i The interest and entluistasni in ! State telief olficers regar.l
the course are v(>ry marked and ' this as an encniiraging sign be-
' indicates a reviv'iil of lio.v' Scout icans(- oi the fact tiii't llic iiank*
activities in this section.
Dough-iJYakes Two First
Places At Lenoir
I'wo first places were taken by
stialeiits of North Wilkesboro
raviaii Falls: lamer .Anderson.
•Wilkesboro Route 2. I. P. Call; . l.i.gh .school at the district music
G. C. Parsons, Patsonville. jionte-t in l.otioir Friday.
i Mi.s Grace Grissom won first
' (d:ice in tlie contrnllo solo con
test and her iirother. .Iiiliati Gris-
, som, took first place in tlie hoys
nncliun.ge.i voici* soio contest. B>'
virtue of tlieir vii-tories. they will
~ . represent this district in the
A[>pointiriPnlS For Examina-J Cn-enslioro Tlmrs-! Harrison
tion.s Should Re Made in ami Friday.
Hold T. B. Clinic
ing holiday dnring March cans ',I | e-
a larger exiicndiliire in many in
stances than would have been
11 rue ordinarily.
The amoiinl of nioni'y .spenl
Minring .Alureli in AA'ilkes was $lb,-
157. Expemlitiin's in other coiin-
ities in this immediate secti > i
were: Aslte. $;’.I172: Caldwell.
!$!i.7iin; Davie, $5.45.",; Iredell.
$12.M7; .AlU'gluiii.v'. $2,565;
Snny, Watauga. $2,-
ir,t2: Vudkiii. $ii,‘(5ii.
25, 1 p. ni.
Roiida. Wednesday, .April
In a. m.
Ronda, Weilnesday, April
10 a. m.
.MoiuUain A'iew, AA'ediiesday.
Ajiril 2(1, 2 p. m.
Wilkesboro, Thursday, April
27. 10 a. m.
-Millers Creek Tlinrsda.v, April
2 II. 111.
I’rapiiill. Fri.lay, .A|>ril 2.8,
10 a. m.
In commenting upon the import
ance of the.se clinic.s, Dr. Eller
made the following statement;
“Every child should enter school
as free as possible from physical
defects. A chid’.s .school progrc.ss
is influenced largeiv' by his phy.si-
cal condition. If he is handicap
ped b.v one or more physical defects
(Citiiliniied on pa.gn four)
Cousin Of R. H. Reavis iPow Marl ID
Passes At Statesville ;
Dr. H. F. Easoiii. of Hi,' Ftale
/ Sanifarinm. will condi.cl the
tubercular clinic whicli will tic;
held under the auspices of the;
County Health Departnu'nt dnt-|
Ing the first two weeks in May |
beginning May 2. Dr- Kasom
(yiine here to conduct the clinic;
Examination of T. B. siisiiects |
ill be made without charge. |
\lThe only requireraeut is that an ^
appointment he made at once. |
It may he impossibh' to give H'*'|
examination if an appointment is
hot secured. ■
r- No appointment will he neces-,
lary, however, for those
I'^wish to take the tubercular skin
tomorrow last 1»\Y
TO GET CKOl’ I'O.ANS
' Tuesday, April 2 5. is the last
day on which farmers may apply
crop protuction loans from
federal giilremment. J. B-
iJTninger, field inspector, will h(> ,
there during the day to receive,
the applleatlon-s. |
Ki'uvi.s. Jr., known ns
Kcavis, tl, world war
vctcriiii iiiid managi'r of the .Aii-
Twenfy-two stml.nts of Hie tomoliilc Salvage comi/aiiy. was
cily sctuiols entered the various ' fo'i'id dead at his place ot Imsl-
u.conuiaiiied I'ess in Stiitesville Sunday. Mr.
j Months After
Bitten By Dog
coiitesis. Tln'V Were
Tim Crawford, j K(;avis was a cousin of Mr. R. H.
.Miss Ellen Uotnnson. Mrs. W. I). | tfeavis. im»;>rictor
Halfacrc .and Mrs, Cicil Wiles. Parts company. Of this city, and
urn i until January of this year they
The \vjnnn;4 eontestants Hir.
children of Mr. and Mrs. C. C. , were associated in hiisiness. Mr.
Grissom, of this city. I Reavis died from tii'aft trouble.
ASSOCIATION TO BE HELD HERE
As J. f’. Eller. iironiineiil
farmer of Hie I’lirlear section.
Wits en route to Roaring River
a few days ago with a cow which
.Auto|'“’ taking to tlie home of
his son, Doiightoii Eller, the cow
went violently mad and char,ged
wililly through the river Iiottoms
here and jiiiiiped into the river.
The COW' was suffering from ra-
'iiies and died two days later. Mr,
Eller being unable to take her
on to Roaring River.
A mad dog ran wild in the
Pitrlear section ten months ago
and may have bitten several ani-
.1. i„ Heniphill, .Moderator of
the Bnisliy Mountain Baptist .As-
who I sociation, in coop('ration with
the .-Aecretary ot Hie General!
Board of Hie Baptist State Con
vention. has called a special
met'tin.g of the Association to
convene with the First Baptist
Cliiirch ot North AA'llkesboro on;
Tuesday. -May 2ml. from to a. m. | 11:1.5
10:011 Praise & Prayer,
10:10 Devotional message
1 local pastor) Heb. 12:1-2.
10:25 Roll call—Recognition
of .Messengers from the Church
10:40 Special Music.
10:45 “Christ Exalted in our
“Christ Exalted in our
latter part of ;
10 p. m. Representatives I Churches" (local speaker),
all the churches are ex-1 11:50 “The Cpiifted Christ,”
peeled to be in atletidaiice. j John 12:32 (local ' or visiting
The (yhjecl of this meetin.g, it.speaker),
is stated, is for consecration, in-1 Dinner
spiration and informalio)i. The | 1:15 Praise and Prayer.
Elected At Meeting Saturday
In Asheville; Is Highly
At Mt. Pleasant
i J, li. McCoy, manager of Ho-
.Tcffei’son Attorney To Deliver tel Wiikes. of this city, was ei.ct-
Members of the present board
of city commissioners this mom-
i ing issued a statement in which
! they declared themselves united
in their support of the candidacy
of Mayor J. A, Rousseau for re-
Any rumor to the contrary is
without foundation, they said,
and “Mr. Rousseau, is by educa
tion, training and experience par
ticularly fitted to act as presid
ing officer ot the board of aider-
men and as judge of the Mayor's
I .Mayor Rousseau also issued a
j statement to the effect that the
I rumor that he would resign in
^ favor of someorfe else it elected
tiiayor i.« iinfoiinrh'd. “I s!i;i'.l, if
I elected, serve j'oo as mayor to
j the best ot my ahilily,” he de-
i The statenient i.«sii('(i by the
i members of Hie hoard of copimls-
sioners who are iinoppnsed for
I re-election follows:
I To the voters of North Wilkes-
' There has been a rumor cir-
! ciliated to Hie effect that there
' has been some disagreement be
lt ween ns and Mayor J. A. Roua-
seaii. This is absolutely untrue
iaiid wiHintit any toiiiidallon
whatever. The personal and of-
Literary Addres.s Satur- 'ed president ot the newly or-1 relationship lielween .Air.
.ganized North Cafolina Division Rousseau and your Board of
.Alderman has always been most
cordial and pleasant. .Mr. Roiis-
seati is by edoealion. training
and experience, partieiilarly tit-
Soiithern Hotel Assoei-
Conimencement exercises tor |
Mt. Pleasant liigli school, located . ation at a meeting held at the I
at Champion, are now in pro-1 j-ark Hotel in Asheville I
The first program was given
Saturday evening when the jini-
1 Saturday. ; ted to act as the presiding of-
■McCoy’s election came aft-j ficer of the Hoard of Alderman
of the three North, and as Judge of
ior class presented the play. “Red '*’*’ “ merger pi tlie iiiree North,and as .Judge (if the Ma, (irs
Headed Step-child." A large att-1 Sroups ot the association | court. His legal knowledge htw
. , . . . I vi'as coinii’leted. ' been valuable to us in managing
(lieiico received this first pxer-;"“” comin. le... , .
p. j I'ntit recently there were three j the affairs ot the town govern-
' groups and Mr. .McCoy was pre.s-j merit.
of Group 4. However,: Some few days prior to the
5 and 5 were merged a expiration of the time to tile no-
ei.se of the eojnmeneement
gram very enHiiisiastically.
The bacealaifireatp .sermon was j *'*'’*’*^
deliven'd' yesterday afternoon at j P*’®'*!’*'
2 o’clock liy Rev. Eugene Olive,
pastor ot the first Baptist church ! president,
of North AA'llkesboro.
short time ago and he was named | tire of candidacy, we met with
B'he decision to also j Mr. J. A. Kousaeau and agreed
to tile our notice of candidacy
a play, "Oh, Doctor
ning at S o’clock.
I briri-g in Group 3 and to become
„jvgithe North Carolina Division was the condition that each and
every one of us would make the
race for commissioner, and on
the further condition that Mr.
The sophomore cla.ss will ,
Friday eve- ■ reached Saturday and a new elec-
I tion resulted.
OraduatiDg exercises for the! The Southern Hotel Assoc.i-
seventh grade will be held Sat-:«lh.ii is composed of managers o
urdav at 10:20 a. ra. hotels in-Virginia and North and
take ■ fioiith Carolina.
2 ;tnl Other officers ot Hie N. C. Di-
I vision are J- -'I- Deer. Golds-
Roiis-seaii '.vould file notice of
candidacy tor the office of .May
or. AVe are not only personally
siipportin.g LMr. Rousseau in the
coming eh'Clioii. hut we earnest-
The final t'xeroise will
place Saturday afternoon at
o’clock when Attorney VV. B. |
Austin, of Jefferson, delivers the , horo, first v
... ,, „ . , „r'hiir Davendort .Asheville, second : era of North \\ ilkeshoio cast
literary addres.s. Presentation of imvemiun. ,
diplomas to memliers of the:president, 0. \\.
graditatitig class will follow. ! Greensboro, third vice president; | May 2nd.
C. AV. Andrews. Mt. Airy, socre-1
vice president; AAMl-j iv urge and request that the vot-
|prs of North Wilkesboro cast
Donnell, I their liallots for him on Tuesday,
Area Meeting Of
Legion Auxiliary ’
lary and treasurer.
■« u ijTt. a Gives Dahlia Bulbs
Be Held Thursday j*" ^ g Hospital!
Mrs. A. W. Horton Requests! — , u I
Notice Of Intention To ; Mr.-J. B. Ivey, of Charl.tte, has,
Cio Ry Tuesday Noon
S. V. TO.MI'INSON,
J. C. REINS,
I. E, PEARSON.
L. A. HARRIS.
presented to the T. Tt. hospital ■
some dahlia hiilbs tor beautifying j voti'i's of .North AA'ilkes-
An area meeting of the Ameri-jihc .grounds. Among the bulbs are j
can Le.gion Auxiliary will he | j,,piud.ed Kmma Maries, Amon Ra, i -| t,prp has been a rumor re
held in .Newton Thursday and a i Jane Cowl. Eva Qu'**'' ,,f,„tly circulated to the effect
ntimlicr of Hie members of the . dlir.g, Betty Jarvi.'j, Oregon Beau- j j ,-,,sign in favor of
.someone else if elected .Mayor on
local auxiliary arc expected t>' ly, Robert E- Lee and
atti'iid. Mrs. Wilson, Warliek. of ''frenton. | Tuesday. May 2ii(i. A .similar ru-
Newton. is area chairman. ; Many flowers and shrubs „-as circulated two .vears
Mrs. A VV. Horton, president | been placed on the grounds wnicn ■ prior to the elecllon.
mala and Hie question arose as
to whether the cow was bitten
by the dog and went mad that
long afterwards. Mr. Eller said
he had no knowledge of any
chance for another contact Avilh
Medical science, liowever. says
that would have been impossible
and that another contact would
have been necessary if death re
sulted from hydrophobia received
through the medium ot a bite.
of the local auxiliary, requests j will give beauty to the place, thus, j immediately made public
all members who expect to go to, aiding in passing the long hours of j ^ local newspaper that I
notify her not later than Tues- jUne.ss to which the patients would serve for the term elected,
day noon. She must have this are subjected. i xi ^ opportnnlfy to state
information in order that she] Mrs. W. J. Allen and ! that 1 shall, if elected, serve you
may notify the Newton auxiliary ' Shockey are adding to the dahlias mayor to Hie best of my abil-
of the number who will attend j already in ham! f'*', ity. I have no apology to make
I for the '.vay and manner in which
I across the front of the bui'ding.
prot. vV. Bnrt Harper, f'*’*"' program is based upon the gen-j 1:30 “The Life and Work
Jpal of Lincoln ^*_*’’*^’*** ! eral theme: “Looking Unto Je- ,the Churches.” Secretary M.
was quite ill
l last'-^veek and was confined
niws home. He returned to his
-1 urxv.fitxvoi- today.
ahool work, however.
Mr K L. Childers,
3. spent a few hours
sus. the Uplifted, exhaustless and j Huggins.
Triiunpliant Christ.” Lunch will .; 2:30 Special Music and Miscel-
be served for the visitors by | laneous.
women of the North Wilkesboro! 2:45 “The Exhaustless Christ”
church. Following is the pro-..Matt. 14:16 and Col. 3:11, Mr. I.
gram tentatively prepared, for the
3:30 Prayer and adjournment.
Operetta Will Be Given
At Wilkesboro Tomorrow
An operetta, ‘“Cinderella In
Flower Land,’’ will be presented
tomorrow (Tuesday) evening in
the Wilkesboro high school audi
torium hy the primary grades of
the school. The cast is being di
rected by Misses Jenny and Made
An ad; lission fee of only five
cents will be charged. The pro
gram will begin at 8 o’clock.
FORMAl OPENING OF AMERICAN
lEGlON AimiARY HOT MONDAY
I have discharged the duties per-
The American Legion and Aux
iliary hut has been completed
and everything is in readiness
for the formal opening which
will be held next Monday. May 1.
Announcement ot the date was
taining to the office of mayor.
I appreciate the loyal support
i given me two years ago in my
I campaign and difiitg my admin-
j istration as mayor, and I will be
, . (grateful to the voters if they will
^%he'spacious building which‘ cast their ballots for me Tues-
was completed a short time agoi^^y-
has been surrounded with flow- i y
ers and shrubbery. Paint has;
J. A. ROUSSEATL
been applied to both the exter-1 » j ,
ior and Interior and the place; Andrew MorehOUSC
AIlllUUmJCIlICUN. wx t.x.x- .V,* - - ^ J
made today and invitations are : presents a very attractive appear- Promoted At Y alC
now in the mails.
, Members of the civic organi
zations and the churches »f Wil
kesboro and North Wilkesboro
are to be special Invited guests
of the two service organizations.
All members of the organizations
together with all ex-service men
in the county are asked to at
The formal opening ' will he
held between the hours of 7:30
ance. Furnishings have just been
Announcement of the
opening was made hy.
Reins, commander of the Legion
post, and Mrs. A. W. Horton,
president of the Legion Auxil
The hut is located‘on the high
way leading to Palrplalns and Is
News was recently received
formal ^here that Andrew Morehouse has
R. R. been promoted from instructor
to assistant professor of French
at Yale University, New Haven,
Conn., Mr. Morehouse is the so4
of Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Mor^
house, who reside on the BrpSiby
Mountains. He has been residtns
a splendid addition to the city’s | at New Haven for the past sever-
public buildings; 1&1 years.