Mayor Benedict

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Mayor Benedict - With', In- follovi-l 'Tliure- temp- [LUNCH TALK...
With', In- follovi-l 'Tliure- temp- [LUNCH TALK ON SUBlSOEiiTYPLANNlNG" (50. a.m. p.m. in park ;'' JOHN C. Has No Room (or Those Who Apologize for Living Here, Speaker Declares; Mayor . Benedict Present* Speaker; To Name Hi* Committee This Week Two Slates Filed For State Delegates And Alternates ·To make Norwich a belter iilace in which to live" Is the real ohjecllve of city nlunuliiK. Jobu Voter. Will Have Two LUts to Choose from At A'ug; 22 Primaries In | list !a I t told j i l n the ire Chenango county Republicans [in C. Slott. business and civic, l e a d e r J K H I have two slates-from which |lcul,.-'' O f * told notarlaiis Tuesday lit their lo choose delegates and alternates j a "TM og y am luncheon meeting at ..the Canasa-l (0 the Republican, state """ven-,^^^,,,,,! i wacta Country Cluh. Mr. Stott iiloii; - - . . . - . - j Norwleh look for his subject "To Have, a n d j .William J. Gordon, of · · . . . _ · . , . , - . ----.,, t tniri.ii mllte« Che- s 7. · Veterans To Hold." widely known In the i secretory ot.tlie Reii , . · committee Illed a petition at the Held* of Insurance and real es- «TM ton , m i' 9 ' a , 0 nera''bfflce late, Mr. Stott said: "We must . ^ [Qr Uie: ^( e nam(jll by create within ourselves as citizens _' r ,y 0 ,,er.'chairman, and -----or -----or lhls colnmunlty, a desire. . de- volrt of sellishnes to make the city of Norwich a better place in which to live and a better place for those generations, .that follow ,,_ C6oper ; ^airman, and · Ke( , llUve C( , mm m eB O O r the cheuango County Republican com- in county I ". as mittee. This slate Includes United States Senator Irving M. Ives. j but Norwich: William O. Cooper, Ox- - l o d g e j u s lo gain, t h e i r ' livelihood and| r o r ( 1 . j^ l l u c ; s , otl Norwich; create business enterprise." I noberl lloadley. New Berlin: Mar Mr. Stott was Ills' '· . . . . , ,,..,,!.. i Rotary audience hy Mayor J. Fred Benedict. The mayor Indicated that following .action of a month ago, he will 'name later ., . _ .._.. this week a p l a n n i n g committee! Smjr - rna . Charles I. Clinton of for the city. Me lauded Ihe explor-1 Q.,.e Q.,.e - e - nb; p-' j\. Derneree of Ualn- atory and pioneerini; ; efforts, -aft bridge, arid Ida W.insor of Cull- Zur W. cf'alne, horiorary.'inember ford'. ,,· -.- Lord, AflonV and Harry J. McUanlel, Sherhurne. The alternates alternates are, David V. Lee Jr.. of II. Gilbert of o f / R o t a r y in behalf of ''city fanning, fanning, lie J)6liuef to the fact t h a t in all. city parks.and recreation areas'ilie work'of Mr. Cralne had arid is to IQ,.H L ()l n.\i\atj, |,,to,..^\, --. -workers Chain In9-[Tuesday luncheon meeting. It was Tuesday u M j, a .Hy nttendanci^'as;.H6tari- few. field he "But the had In." .,, . miracles are past and that .James W. Coleman of Norwich, sear tiled a 'petition bearing the' selected at .a meeting J u n e 29 o t t i- ie committee 1 me'mhers.'by n .vote of I oiulilie unc.ii acuoii 01 i Norwich; Oeorge It. RUuer will name l a t e r ) pitcher;' Francis . Simmons ^,, u ,.... .,»~ c o m m e e m e m . o u t its influence arid . I s - responsible 13-9 aiid Including; United t)iat -^^ for the marked' progress in t h a t j K e n a t o r Irving M. o dern direction. " ' - ' · .. . I William 0. Cooper. Oxford: John In' t h e ' absence .of President P. 1,. Card, Kurt.Beyer, past president president of Rotiiry, presided' al Ihe -.': Stott, Norwich: Dora Hosley, Sherbnrne;: James W. Coleman. N'orwlch. ana.Eurl'B. Clark, Nor'tl Norwich. - The alternates al recogni-1 a n s sat j owll at u swiss steak Chauffeurs. j inlc | lcon at the country club. The luncheon prize given by 0. W. H e l p e r s ' approximately after- Charles the the negotiations 1S2 ot by Carmen o m , U.tica, on .Birdsail following a -Wednesday' that lo.wprk start Monday. per signed Benedict was presented, to John N. Benedict, a parley of Dialing winner. Guests welcomed hy Past President Beyer included; B . - I K Bullions. Dr. H u g h Black,. Rev. Harold M c K e n z i e and Dr. Mat C. Uoname of Oxford: Fred 0. .Taln- ler of MorriEVllle: Jim Kelly of Watklus Glen; Karl W. Reynard of Stain'ford; II.' A. Ottfiesen of Freehold;- Walter Silvers '.of New York. . ' - Ilecpenl'/ed hy a standing ovation. ovation. Mr. Stott IP. his introductory remarks said: "The dally prtss and the bulletin to your niemner- i ship I n d i c a t e t h a t I shall discuss! with you. among other t h i n g s , | ·property values.' It seems to me that I should t a l k ' w i t h you in connection with your program on city p l a n n i n g After all, David K. 1-ee Jr., Norwich: George K ! - G i l b e r t , Pitcher; .Francis Simmons, Smyrna: Edward H. O'Connor O'Connor Jr., Sherhurne; Frank I'or- telli. 1 Norwich, and J. Frederic Benedict of Norwich. Voters will select.six delegates| and six alternates. one rtl '! i r c · Four Slot Machines Confiscated at the Oxford Legion Home -Mrs. Frances Tansey Is Arrested j Case; ."Is Adjourned to Aug. 1 State police Sidney confiscated four slot ma of h u m a n values. values or real (Continued-on Pase'EiBliti , l o I ! f I I the ; the and from troop C at ' of chines fiiesdny from the Fort Hill post, American Legion clubhouse at Oxford and Mrs. Frances Tansey Tansey manager was arrested on a charge of possessing slot machines ·iolntlon of section 3S2 of the penal law. 'years, or they nmy

Clipped from The Norwich Sun19 Jul 1950, WedPage 5

The Norwich Sun (Norwich, New York)19 Jul 1950, WedPage 5
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