Democrat and Chronicle from Rochester, New York on October 12, 1950 · Page 19
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James CannioloO1 ROCHESTER DEMOCRAT AND CHRONICLE Thursday, October 12. 1930 Hf M . ?M7. . JO BARBER SHOP 4 Barbers For Your Convenience Courteous and expert service in ih WARING RD. SHOPPING CENTER Next to Theater Lobby Coming Soon the nnn n n nn . "N. 1 1 z WVlTHMr HlHr AU I Mr S It 1 1 I StVHKr i v W tlBtOMUK no f I 7 J f nam o aia ' w ii n WARING CENTER FOOD MAKE? Featuring a Complete Line Of Meats, Fruits and Groceries Formerly CHRISTOPHER'S o VICTORY MARKET CX FRUIT WEATHER STORY: Tht storm thit brought Ihi general rainfall with moderate to. heavy amounts to the northeastern section of the country Monday and Tuesday has moved eastward and yesterday after noon' was centered Just off the coast of Maine. Rain associated with this disturbance yesterday was con fined to extreme Northern New England and North- eastern New York Stale. A weak developing disturbance In Michigan )eterday caused a few light showers through much of the Great Lakes region. Elsewhere throughout the nation fair weather with' near normal temperatures prevailed yesterday . afternoon. OPENING TODAY IN THE NEW Waring Koac! hopping (Senile.? In order to make their finer dry cleaning available to still more particular people. M W -CLEANERS New Under the Personal Supervision V Management ef PERRY & LESTER RAPP Are opening still another new itoro In this modern shopping conter to serve you Its the latest in a long litt ef STORES ALL OVER TOWN to bring you traditional Rapp Quality Dry Cleaning Cloudy, Showers Forecast Today ' It will be a mostly-cloudy-and ; scattered-showers kind of day in I Rochester today. j The Weather Bureau expects the i temperature to rise to 60 degrees. Yesterday's highest reading was 65 i degrees. The lovtf was 33, recorded early in the morning. Shortly before ; midnight the mercury was at 56 i degrees. WEATHER DATA The highest temperature yesterday wis 61 degrees, against 89 the same day in 1949, and 37 in 1906; the lowest 53, against 65 in 1949, and 30 in 1888: the mean 59, against 77 in 1949, and 35 in 1906: the normal, 54. ROCHESTER READINGS Temperatures and Humidity) Tern. Hu. Tem. Hu. J p. m. ... 62 72 4 p. m. 6 p. m. 8 p. m. 56 9JI10 p. m. Noon 57 7Midnight Precipitation Oct. 10 .32. Precipitation Jan. 1 to Oct. 10, 1950 31.99. Precipitation Jan. 1 to Oct. 10, 1949 20.45. Normal for the period 23.80. Dewey Raps Democrats On Water Power Issue Oswego (AP) Governor Dewey charged last night that the Democrats had let New York State "pick up the check" for cheap power in the rest of the country. He urged the voters to "smash" ,thc Democrats Nov. 7 because ot wnat ne canea 2 i. m. 4 a. m. 6 a. m. a. m. 10 a. m. 53 94 53 97 54 94 55 91 64 60 61 70 59 77 56 94 56 94 their "fake promises" to harness the St. Lawrence River to provide cheap hydroelectric power in the state. Dewey renewed his charge that the Truman Administration was deliberately blocking New York State's plan to develop the river power jointly with the Canadian province of Ontario, issues, voting against new highway appropriations, the farm-to-maiket road hill and thruway legislation. In Newark, he cited road construction achievements by his administration. Several hundred listeners in Seneca Falls beard the Governor charge the Democrats with "throwing stones at the state a mental hospitals. Temperatures ROCHESTER .... Albany Atlanta Atlantic City Boston i. I Buffalo Chicago Denver Detroit Duluth Fort Worth Kansas City Los Angeles ...... Miami New Orleans New York Citv .. 'Phoenix ! Philadelphia I Pittsburgh Portland, Me St. Louis Washington Low 53 48 54 54 55 32 35 50 50 38 38 52 39 78 55 54 59 30 51 59 56 53 High 65 64 79 70 69 63 66 82 39 6 89 2 83 85 82 70 103 73 65 64 80 73 He said a $2,650,000 expansion prnj- "It is a crime against the security ject is about to begin at Willard State of the country," Dewey asserted, "that Hospital. the water power of the St. Lawrence should be flowing untapped out to Cites Democrat Promises For 30 years," the Governor con tended, "the Democrats promised us cheap hydro-electric power from the St. Lawrence River. "But here in New York where the promise started, they never delivered a thing not a single solitary kilo watt Of power. Instead of power dams we picked up the check for the rest of America. Instead of cheap power, we got power politics. Earlier, Dewey charged that the Democratic state candidates were campaigning among "bought audi' ences" he said were given "free drinks, free lunches and free din iMiitiMii. aft z srBBBBBlHBawnaiB-s-BaisaiBBPSBaaaiaBaa 1 tft.S aH Ambassador Kirk Plans I 2-Week Tour of Europe 1 Moscow (IP)- U. S. Ambassador Alan G. Kirk will leave Moscow today for a two-week trip to Western Europe, the American Embassy announced. j It said Kirk was going on "personal business." The Ambassador hopes to visit Paris, London and 1 Brussels. He is expected back in Moscow about Oct, 28. ! Minister-Counselor Walworth Barbour will be in charge of the embassy during Kirk's absence. THURS., FRI., SAT. OCT. 12-13-14 OPENING DAYS ,.W A i A S FECIALS Boys' & Girls' Sturdy blue denim sanforized to hofd their size. Wash end wear and wear. Just the thing for the hard wear all children give clothes. Values to $1.69. la If la IT I Seovtnlri e I llsLLiB Children Accompanied by jartnit .19 Pr. Boys' & Girls' SHOW SUITS and 3-Pc. Coat, Legging & Hat Sets Complot selection. All suet. Sure to (tap children warm and dry during tha eold waathor. Maity with tippers and knitted wrlstlats and anklets. Boys' 1 Girls' Wiirlnf Appanl labylint Firnlfori Books t Teyi liey'i CempUti Layettes ,9S 25 0 WARING ROAD SHOPPING CENTER USE OUR CONVENIENT LAW AWAY PLAN He said that such Democratic rat lies were financed by "the largest slush fund of mystery money ever used to buy an election. "I wonder where such a stagger ing sum is coming from?" he asked. Maybe they will tell the people the names of others in addition to the Brooklyn bookmaker before election." 'At New York's Eipense' Dcwev said the Democratic na tional administrations built the TV A power project in Tennessee and the Grand Coulee and Bonneville projects in the Pacific Northwest "with federal tax money of which New iVorks pays one-fifth." ' He said that on the average It costs a dollar a month to run an electric refrigerator in New York, compared, he said, to 46 cents in Tennessee and 40 cents in Washington. Tha tvoical household in New York uses 100 kilowatt hours of electricity a month, costing $4.52, he said, adding: In Tennessee it costs $2.52 and $1.70 in Tacoma, Wash ington. He said both New York and Ontario were "ready to go" on the St. Lawrence power project but New York could not get a go-ahead from the Federal Power Commission. TVivv vtrr!av carried his campaign to a half down town's in the Rnrhntfer are. In Geneva, 1,000 heard him tay the second phase of the arterial high- uav nrno-ram would beffin in the Spring. He charged the Democrats had done e "tlip-Ilop on nignway WITH THI Statina Of NATURAL TIITH It's ears aaw h tobacro tain, dingy Aim and denture odor com pletely and quickly with- ow ontwrung, HtM'S THI SIMM JICMT Oiks a day fir your dental plat a KleenJte bath to cleaa all eurtecee and erevteee and meke the plete ae eweet, rjeen and es natural looking aa new. Try Kleenite today for your pletee or tmdan. Guaranteed not to ham denture.. Must delight or money berk. NIW . . IMPIOVIO . In The New Waring Rd. SHOPPING CENTER Charlie Martina salutes the merchants of the Waring Road Shopping Center and is proud that the Waring Theater will soon be a part of this Greatest and Most Complete Shopping Center in this part of the State. And the Waring Theater will be a worthy addition, for it will be one of 'the most modem and scientifically planned theaters in the East, incorporating many innovations for your picture pleasure. And . . . Hold your Hats Folks ... Featuring The Astounding New (YttOKAMIC SCREEN With Its Astounding 3-Dimensional Effect I Watch Stupendous Spectacles literally unfold around You . , . Gripping Drama seems to leap from the screen to sweep you up In Its action .There's never been cnythin-j before like the CYCLORAMIC SCREEN ... THE SCREEN THAT PUTS YOU IN THE PICTURE! For a New Kind of Motion Picture We promise you won't have long to Entertainment, for an evening of i, wait, AND, believe us, it will be) sheer Enjoyment, plan to attend the worth it. Plan a party now lor Waring Theater regularly. Opening Night. Coming Soonl WATCH FOR IT! BE YOUR OWN WEATHER EXPERT -Study the official Weather Map in The Democrat and Chronicle, make vour own forecasts Downtown Service at your neighborhood bank Pauline Lord Dies, Ex-Broadway Star New York (IB Pauline Lord. 60. famed actr htt remembered in the title role of Eugene O'Neill "Anni Christie." died Wedneday night at Alamogordo, N. M. Miu Lord had been in virtual retirement aince her lart Broadway appearance in 1944 and ahe waa on a trip to the west lor ner neann when the wai itricken fatally. Her traveling companion, Florence Johnson, notified frienda the actress died in a hospital at Alamogordo. Critics aereed Mia Lordi performance in creating Anna Christie, which opened in 1921, reached one of the high marks in the American thratrr. Alnnff with her Serit of Broadway tuccesses waa a 1934 movie appearance in Mn. Wiggs or toe Cabbage Patch." DR. SMITH OF COLGATE Hamilton JP) Dr. Elmer Wil liam Smith, a member of the faculty of Colgate University and its fore runner, Colgate Academy, atnee died yesterday at home. Dr. Smith, 2. had been professor emeritui of English since 1936. He waa graduated from Colgate in 1194, year after he had begun teaching English and public apeak iof at Colgate Academy. 0 l . fen in ihe heart of Waring Road Shopping Center Wsaitw f etrS Pinr aieeeama tarpanaaai . ..,.!. fees

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