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Wads-worth Death Takes L. S. Whedon, Medina Industrial Leader Medina Logrand S. "Whedon. wealthy 61-year-old 61-year-old 61-year-old 61-year-old 61-year-old Medina Medina industrialist, died as the result of a stroke in his home at i a. m. yesterday. Whedon had been in poor health for nearly three years, i since nis retirement from active ', business. He had spent most of the time eince his retirement ' since his retirement in his West Center Street home. He ; naa a w,"e acquaintance among con- j prominent American industrialists theand automobile manufacturers. Born in Medina, Whedon ws in the Medina public schools. As a young man he "com-: "com-: showed markeri cift for sales manship and began his successful , ! business career as a salesman for Asso- i educated S. A. Cook & Co., Medina furniture salesmen for the Mahar Brothers furniture factQ here &nd actfid . ag the companv.a chief sale6 t fQr many years. DEATH CLAIMS E. D. JACKSON each committee which gives if such Under stnte, the client wronged case to Appellate rect the action at As an most time of earthquake in publishing firm carried accounts letters were asking them they In 1912, he and the late Charles J. Brennan of Medina bought out the Mahar brothers and the Medina Furniture Company was reincorporated reincorporated under the name of Mahar Brothers Company. The firm was reincorporated in 1928 as the Character Character Furniture Shops. For several several years, until nine years ago, WTiedon and his son, Spencer H. Whedon, conducted a retail furniture furniture business in Buffalo under the name of Whedon Inc. During his time as a salesman. Whedon established a wide reputa tion for devising sales plans for j large department stores and deal I ers. He was the husband of ihe late Letitia Warren Whedon. At. the time of his death, he was president president of the Peters Stamping Works of Ohio and head of Whedon Inc. here. Several years ago he obtained obtained the patent rights on .an ad justable seat which engaged the attention of several automobile manufacturers and which was in- in- Lackawanna (JP) Edward D. Jackson, 65, Democratic member of the State Asembly from 1913 to ! 000 as a 1Q1S died vrctsrHav o f n f turA i weeks' illness. Jackson was a member of a legislative legislative committee that drafted the State Workmen's Compensation Law, and served 16 years as a compensation compensation referee. He also served two years as chief factory inspector inspector for State Labor Department. A native of Canaseraga, Allegany County, he wajs a railroad mm before he entered politics. His widow survives. MRS. JOSEPH H. CASE Batavia Mrs. Joseph H. Case, 6, died late Monday in her home, 41 Montclair Ave. She was a native of Churchville. Surviving, besides her husband, are two sons, Harold J., a member of the Batavia Fire Department, and Elmer Buffalo; a daughter, Hazel M. Case, Batavia; three sisters, sisters, Mrs. George Bailey, Batavia, Mrs. Anna Keenan, Churchville, and Mrs. D. B. Olney, Rochester, and two grandchildren. Funeral services will be held in the home at 8:30 a. m. tomorrow. MARC1US BUKKILL Batavia Marcius Buri'ill, 88, died yesterday in his home, 48 State St., after a lingering illness. He was. a member of a pioneer Genesee County family, his father stalled as standard equipment on having operated a tavern near Pem- Pem- ; one prominent make of car. I Surviving are his son, Spencer j H. Whedon of New Haven, Conn.; , . ,,tv . f 1 Medina and Milrord D. Whedon of 1 I j j mur-rirr. Granville, and two grandsons, Parker W. Whedon of Charlotte, X. C. and Peter Whedon of Dayton, Ohio. Funeral service will take nlace ! in the home at 2 p. m. tomorrow, with the Rev. William L. Findlay officiating. Burial will be in Mt. Albion Cemetery. broke in the stagecoach eta. Surviving are a son, Arha M. Burrill, Batavia; three grandchildren grandchildren and 11 great-grandchildren. great-grandchildren. great-grandchildren. great-grandchildren. ' Funeral ser vices will be held in the home at 2 p. m. tomorrow. JOSEPH MAN ("IN I Ithaca--A Ithaca--A Ithaca--A Ithaca--A heart attack was given as the cause of the sudden death Monday afternoon in Boynton Gym of Joseph Mancini, 17-year-old 17-year-old 17-year-old 17-year-old 17-year-old Ithaca. HiRh School basketball player, medical authorities announced Victor been to avert spread the The 7-year-old Victor last dis-;ease, is school. improving. To children Ralph instructions from throat, Wood, examination second throughout printed All luuna i Monday. would next two attending It is and out these possible to of the Every in develops interest of for at cold 4-H 4-H 4-H mm'