The Daily Messenger from Canandaigua, New York on July 10, 1939 · Page 3
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Canandaigua, New York
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THE DAILY MESSENGER, CANANDAIGUA, N. T, MONDAY, JULY 10,1939. ran----·· FXGI 16 Drivers Arrested *. During Weekend for v Traffic Violations Traffic violations resulted in the , Trooper Tuttle, was fined $3.50 by arrests of 16 motorists by State Justice of the Peace Frank Nudd, Troopers of the Canandaigua pa- East Bloomfield. trol and city police over the weekend. In a trial Saturday before Justice of the Peace W. W. Burnham, West Bloomfield, Frederick M. Breyla, 101 Bristol Street, was found guilty of speeding and was fined $8. He was arrested by Troopers Richard Camp and Earl Tuttle. Three truck drivers were arrested by Corp. George Cowburn and Trooper Camp for failure to possess time cards. Albert R. Andrews, Buffalo, was fined $3 by Justice of the Peace Ward Moore, Hopewell; Leslie Holt, Stockbridge, N. Y., was fined $6 by Justice of the Peace W. R. Lightfoote, Seneca; Laverne N. Chase, Warrensburg, N. Y., was fined $6 by Justice Lighti'ootc. A fourth truck driver, John P. Barvian, Strykersville, N. Y., arrested by Corp: Cowburn and Sheriffs Office Finds Owner of Lost Rowboat A row boat found floating on Canandaigua Lake near Menteth Point has been identified as the property of W. R. Ryan, Rochester, who has a camp near Fisher Hill on the East side of the lake. The boat, equipped with a pair of cars, was found on the opposite side of the lake. The owner was found through Undersheriff Harold G. Bacon and Deputy Sheriff James L. Locke. Rudd Muller. Milwaukee, Wis., arrested by Cowburn and Tultlc. for speeding on the Canandaigua Turnpike, was fined $5 by Justice of the Peace W. F. Fordon, Geneva Town. Philip E. VanGelder, Tillotson Street, arrested by Cowburn and Camp for failure to have a muffler on his car, was fined $5 by Justice Moore. Howard Rader, Lima, arrested by Cowburn and Tuttle, was fined $5 by Justice Burnham for failure to register a trailer. William R. Cavalier, Lima, arrested by Cowburn and Tuttle for failure to possess reflectors, was fined $3 by Burnham. David C. Eisele. Ironwood, Mich., arrested by Trooper Richard Voigt for speeding on the Canandaigua Turnpike, was fined $5 by Justice of the Peace Elias J. Gooding, Hopewell. DR. CHRISTIAN CAMPSPEAKER Elmira Reformatory Superintendent to Speak at Scout Dedication Dr. Frank L. Christian, .supc-rin- Unclent of Elinira. Reformatory, wii' be principal speaker at the !cdic;i- t.ion ceremonies ol the new J3o.v Scout camp on Seneca Lake next fjiaiday afternoon at 2 o'cloci:. Associated with Boy Scout work for over 25 years, much of which v/as .spent in connection with courts of honor of which he was ch;:inna,i fc.r several yeans, Dr. Christian was piesident of the Elmira area for thiee years. During his presidency, he received tl'f President's Award for top organizations for Region 2, which includes, New York and New Jersey. A niem- !:er at large of the National Council lor a number of years, Dr. Christian received a silver badge for service fo: youth. In addition to Dr. Christian, Rep. John Taber, Auburn, and other dignitaries and prominent Scoutt/s wil: be present at the dedication. Su- Dedication Speaker Kenneth Robison, Stanloy RD 1, I'" 1 " 6 c °H, rt Ju « Uce Nathan D. Lapham. Geneva, chairman of the TRAVIS FAMILY HOLDSJEUNION 30 Attend Outing at A. W. White Home; Francis Group Meets Reunion ot the Travis family was hi Id yesterday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Albert W. While, 00 Gor- Street. Dinner was served on the lawn to 30 relatives from Chicago, Buffalo, Sodus. Ontario. News From Camp Woodside Eorsehcads and Canandaigua Prominently displayed was the DR. FRANK L. CHRISTIAN Farm Hand Confesses Theft of Two Checks arrested by Voigt brakes, was fined Moore. Marie Cherney, for improper S3 by Justice Rochester, ar- WRC POSTPONES PICNIC rested by Voigt for speeding on the Canandaigua turnpike, was fined $5 by Justice Moore. Carl Smith, Canandaigua RD 1, arrested by Voigt as an unlicensed driver, was fined $5 by Justice Burnham. Sam Friedland, Rochester, arrested by Voigt for reckless driving when he passed several vehicles on the brow of a hill on the Buffalo road, was fined $5 by Justice Burnham. Charles J. Coryn, Jr., Canandaigua RD 2. arrested by Voigt for operating a vehicle with improper Woman's Relief Corps, GAR. will | lights, was fined $5 by Justice hold a regular meeting tomorrow I Moore. at 3 o'clock in the Legion Home, a | Pete r Lyndaker, Croghan, N. Y.. picnic at Roseland Park having; arrested by Voigt for failure to been postponed tmtil Thursday. Final plans will be made for the picnic and also for the annual outing of the Genesee Valley Federation, at Roseland July 22. Mrs. Philip Brockelbank, president, and local chairman for the Federation picnic, has asked for a full attendance, as the program is to be planned at this time. TO ENTERTAIN CLUE Mrs. Henry W. Morgan, of Rochester, will entert^'n her bridge possess a time sheet, was fined $4 by Justice Burnham. Joseph E. Schuler, Jr., Canandaigua RD, arrested by Patrolman Gerald Howes on North Main Street for speeding, forfeited $10 bail in City Court. Locals c'.remonics, has announced. Arrangements have been made to accommodate at least 5.000 visitor::, attending the dedication of "Scoui- iii£ on Parade." The program conj sifts of the review of Scout troops, the presentation of the flag staff by the Ovicl-Willarcl Business Men';. As-sociation and the flag raising ceremony, staged by Winnek Post American Legion of Geneva, the c'onors of the large. Scout camp flag. Tfere will be a welcome address by George Lawson of Dundee, president of the Finger Lakes Council. "Scouting on Parade" will be conducted by Scout Commissioner Arthur J. Cowan, assisted by Scout Executive Fred D. Quinn. The program will also include the presentation of Eagle Scouts and their s- \vards by Harry Weart of Seneca Falls, chairman of the camping committee. O. H. Benson, notiona.' director of rural scouting, will present the award of the Silver Beavers' Association. The Romulus High School Band under the direction of Maurice Rose, will furnish music during the afternoon's program. Following the dedication ceremonies, a brief response will be made by B. E. Babcock of Phelps and H. E. Hovey of Mrs. Richard B. Harris, of Ro- club tomorrow at her Summer home : Chester, is the guest of her daught- East Bloomfield, a second chesk Arrested for the theft of one $20 check, Richard Cossett. hired man employed on the Fred Cannan farm admitted taking for the same amount from his employer on arraignment this morning before Justice of the Peace Frank Nudd. Co.ssett pleaded guilty to petit larceny and unlawful entry and was fined $2.50 on both charges, a jail sentence was suspended and he was placed on probation for six months. Deputy Sheriff James L. Locke arrested Cossett in Holcomb yesterday, after the theft of the first check was reported Saturday night. Churches Methodist Monday -- B. O. Class, with Mrs. W. I. Searles, East Lake shore; supper, 6.30. Travis flag, bearing 38 stars, and made f.or a pole raising and picnic at the home of Mr. and Mrs. R. W Travis, of Bristol in 1888 during the Harrison-Morton presidential campaign. Speakers at the event were State Senator John Raines and former State Senator Edwin Hicks The flag is owned by Mrs. W. E. Smith, of Gorham Street, mother of Mrs. White, and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Travis. She recalls many incidents of the pole raising nd the campaign. Officers elected were: President. Robert Travis, of Sodus; vice-president, Mrs. Albert White; secretary, Mrs. Jesse Johnson, Sodus; treasurer, Mrs. Charles Ben--dict; historian. Lewis E. Travis, Buffalo. Greetings were read from relatives in Smethpcrt, Pa., and Eelding, Mich. The historian reported three deaths, one birth and two mar- ziages since the last reunion. Forty Francis Reunion members of the Francis family held their annual reunion yesterday at Elm Grove, summer home of A. H. Francis and daughter. Miss Marion Francis, on Honeoye Lake. A picnic lunch was followed by sports with prizes awarded to the following: Mr. and Mrs. Harold Johnson, Bristol Center; Mrs. Raj' Francis and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Bacon, Honeoye; Earl Simmons and Alwin Kose, West Bloomfield; Walter and Fred Simmons and Betty Simmons of Canandaigua. and Mr. and Mrs. Fay E. Burlingham and sons, Jean Hobbies are among the chief interests this year at the Canandaigua Girl Scout Camp in the Bristol Hills, which Saturday began Its second and final week's outing. A resume of the different groups for the past week is submitted by the camp director, Miss Mildred Perrin, of Newark, as follows: Archery (under direction of Martha Anderson). The archery class has five girls, Pearl Keerps, Eleanor Logan, Mary Chapin, Shirley Wilier and and Mary Bell'. We began by making a target. Then we learned how to hold the bow. Now we are trying to make our arrows go. We hope to be able to shoot well when he leave. First Aid (under direction of Margaret Andross). During this week nine girls are completing requirements for a First Aid badge. In our class, Inez Mayer from Honeoye was a victim and was revived by Lois Badger from Victor, Elinor Goldsworthy from Newark, applied a bandage to Barbara Brew of Phelps every day. Use and care of first aid materials was explained by Ha Czadzeck, Betty Culver and Margaret Rowley. Handicraft (under direction of Eloise Robeson). We have had lots of fun in our craft work and made many pretty things, especially wooden articles. Some of the girls made large wooden notebooks,' Shirley Darling from Palmyra. iwinting them, or burning them or decorating them with cork designs. Some made small books to be used for autographs or photos. Others made wooden belts, decorating the pieces with foreign designs or nature designs and even burning autographs. A few of the girls made pretty wall plaques for their rooms. These had fruit or vegetable designs: Some of us did some spatter printing on stationery. The exhibition of the finished articles has been lovely. We have enjoyed every minute of ttie week. Nature (under direction of Kay Rectenwald). We went on daily hikes and learned the names of many flowers, weeds and trees. We made a bulletin board, and kept it filled daily with new plants and flowers. Janice Bradley from Ly- cns put different kinds of leave: on a wooden belt. Swimmings (under direction of Frances Trombetta). Every day finds new accomplishments at the pool. Great enthusiasm has been shown in the attempt to receive Red Cross awards. Emphasis has been placed on water safety methods as well as the teaching of swimming. Rescue methods were practiced on the advanced swimmers, who are Mary Alice Bell and Shirley Wilier from Canandaigua; Joyce Treble from Honeoye and Second Women Voters Forum Slated Friday nic, with Mrs. J. Edward Miller, West Lake shore, south of Seneca Point; husbands to be guests; supper, 7; C. C. Class picnic indefinitely postponed. Wednesday -- Midweek service, 7.30. Saturday -- Joint picnic of Brooks and Lightfoote classes with Second of a series of forums arranged by the New York League of Women Voters in its program for participation in the World's Fair is announced for Friday morning at 11 o'clock at the Theater Auditorium, Science and Education Building, Washington Square. Suffolk County League will be hostess, the speaker to be Charles M. Spofford, assistant commissioner of the United States World's Fair Commission. Mr. Spofford is scheduled to speak on "Federal Government and Its Operation." The third forum is scheduled for Aug. 9 and others on Sept. 13 and Oct. 11. Mrs. Avon and Industry. The oldest j Francis Donaldson, of Tuckahoe. present was Mrs. Almira Francis, president of the State League, 86, and the youngest, Maxwell, 2- heads the League fair committee. m » _ . i . -, , j^.. . I -*- "V ·*~ J ·*-"-«,*. i i i i f c - j i J u i * i Ciiitt ^iv^iio, *y_ti.*i Tuesday --Searchlight Class pic- , and Verne of centerfield. Other guests were from Detroit. Lima, year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Blackmer. all of Honeoye. A. H. Francis was re-elected president and Mrs. Leslie Simmons of Canandaigua, was named secretary. Dinner committee: Miss Mar- at Seneca Point. er. Mrs. George H. Hawks, and Mr. Massey-Harris Exclusive Sales Service FOR ONTARIO COUNTY Don Howard | Hi.wkj. at their Summer i the Wast Lake shore. home on ^^bir^rs who made cte Firmer ^*ands and wives as guest, at _. _ ,,,_ ^ _. Lakes Council Camp a reality. ^LKon^Slr S i0n Francis ' Mrs ' Ray Prancis and Justice Lapham will entertain | shore ' afternoon, supper, 6.30 - officials and guests of the council nuy uiuu. ma puit«oc, , . to greet them under o1 VC!5ll i' I Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth B. Keat! ing and family, of Rochester are I occupying Mrs. Arthur A. Adams' | Summer home. Nine Oaks, Seneca 1 Point, for six weeks. I Miss Betty Bingman. of Buffalo I Street, has returned from a motor i trip to New York and the World's ; Fair. Enroute she visited Miss Bet- 1 ty Jones in Philadelphia. Miss Catherine Wicks, of North Pearl Street, bookkeeper at the F. W. Woolworth store, is having a twc weeks" vacation. Feeds Poultry Stock and Dairy Bran and Midds. Fish Brewer, Inc. 15 Bristol St Phone 104 j Ms. C. J. Clausen has returned to her Summer home at Pearl I Beach. West Lake shore, after vis- j iting her sister. Miss Mary Wol- I cott in Utica. Miss Wolcott returned with her and is her guest for several days. The Rev. and Mrs. Thomas Bellringer, of Chicago, have been guests of her uncle and aunt. Mr. and Mrs. William E. Smith, in Gorham I Street, and reunion. attended the Travis Realty Transfers Christian Hoar:. Geneva Town, to [Lena M. Hoag. same town, property ! in Geneva Town. ! Charles G. Robbins. Geneva, to George H. Holtby. same city, property in Geneva. Adelaide McCue. Geneva, to Ralph S. Salem and wjfe. same city, property in Geneva. Anna B. Evans and T. Harlanri Evans. Canandaicua. and Mary Evans Spencer. Toledo. O.. to Chailes A. Torrcy. property in Canandaigua. IS NOT GOOD TO Proof of I^asl Monday's Ad THE FOURTH OF JIITI.Y IS NOT A NATIONAL LKGAL HOLIDAY ? peaking, there arr TM» na- ttonal 1e«a1 holiday* in the Unilrri S*tr*. Thr Federal GfiwriTTirnl has no C4m*tH«tfonal power lo prescribe holidays in thr vaiinus at a luncheon next Sunday at the Geneva Country Club. His purpose he said is to greet them undei ( more favorable conditions than will j prevail at the camp ceremony. The first contingent of Scouts moved into the camp yesterday. St. John's Episcopal Wednesday -- Quarterly meeting Mrs. Charles Blackmer; sports. Mrs. F. E. Burlingham. The 1940 reunion will be at the same place the second Sunday in July. St. Mary's Catholic Monday -- C. D. of A., in K. of C. Hall, 8.' Amusements Throw tigers into Daniel's den of liens, and you'll have an iciea of what Director W. S. Van Dyke had to worry about with his seven hun- Baptist Sunday -- Union service,. 11; the Rev. Hardy Lumb, speaker. No Decision Today in Geneva Police Cases Wesleyan Methodist Monday -- Bible study, with Mel- GENEVA -- The expected decision of Mayor C. F. Nicder. in the cases of Police Chief R. W. Morris which planned the programs. Another member is Mrs. C. T. Bloomer, of Newark, regional director. 4() Members of Troop D Will Receive Pay Cut Through Hamilton Bill Miss Kane Finishes 1st In Archery Club Match Miss Minnie C. Kane took top honors in the Columbia round of the archery shoot sponsored by the Canandaigua Archery Club Saturday afternoon on the new city range at Red Jacket Park. Miss Loretta Smith finished second and Miss Elinor Weisenbeck was third. The Columbia round consists of 24 arrows at 50 yards, 24 at 40 yards and 24 at 30 yards. In a junior Columbia round of 24 arrows at 4o yards, 24 at 30 yards and 24 at 20 yards, Miss Jeanne Benham placed first and Miss Jeanne Sparrow second. H. Wilbert Closs acted as field captain. Two Nieces Bequeathed Marion Bristol Estate HANOVENNA» BYCENTTtfl , ' " * \ Local Council Members Attend Chapter Meeting In Rochester Past Grand Knight William-. P. Hanoven. of Canandaigua Council, was elected treasurer of the Central New York Chapter, Knights of Co* lumbus, yesterday at a meeting of representatives of 22 councils in i Columbus Civic Center, Rochester, Dr. Walter B. O'Neill. Rochester'.' 1.-; the new chairman. Other officers are: Vice-chairman. Herman J. Englehart,' Syracuse; warden, H, j, Lagonegro, Elmira; inside guard, Michael E. Reagan, Seneca Falls; outside guard, Victor DeWeavef, Newark; executive committee, John J. Leo, Auburn; F. Clifford'-Curtfck Syracuse, and Edward F.''GiH;"6s* wego, and recording secretary, Thomas H. O'Connor, Rochester. Work of the Fourth Degree, Knights of Columbus, was .-explained by John F. Barrett of Syracuse, district master. The 60 clel£- gates received a communication from Bishop James E. Kearney thanking them for co-operation In the diocesan indecent llteratKre: campaign. Joseph P. Flynri.^ graii'4 knight of Rochester Council,. welp corned the delegates. Besides Mr. Hanoven, "Gfrtta Knight Charles Spengler... arid George McKay were delegate from Canandaigua Council. Two nieces share the $1,000 estate of Marion Noble Bristol, Victor, by terms of the will probated by Surrogate Fred D. Cribb. She died April 6, 1939, in Philadelphia. Named as heirs to the estate, which consists of personal property, are Florence Kelly Fitch, Philadelphia, and Gertrude Jones, Mendon N. Y. State Police, according to an article After the payment of $25 to · The recent passage of the Fell- Hamilton bill by state legislators will affect 40 members of Troop D, j in "The State Employee," a civil service monthly magazine. The bill provides that state troopers, prison guards and em- ployes of several other state departments will not receive pay and Sergt. William C. Yerg sched- creases during the year 1939-40. dred Indians on location at Lake i 7.30. vin Burchard, Manchester, 7.30. i u l e d to be released today, was de- Tuesday -- Cottage prayer meet- ' layed lt; was explained by City At- ing with Jack Enright, Palmyra, ; terne y Thomas J. Cleere this after- Tahoe. Wednesday -- Children's meeting noon. Late last week tne said of Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer's first sound picturization of the classic light opera "Rose Marie." opening Tuesday at the Playhouse. More than fifty tribes were represented. six tribes had more than that he would take some action not later than Monday but the decision cme^'Kidmanrworpra^e/mleting. : was not available today, probably in charge of the Mrs. Stanley Law- '· because of the large volume of de- rence 8 | ^il anc * stenographic work that was Friday -- Prayer meeting, with necessary. J. B. McFall. near Farmington, 7.30.1 Wnile chief Morrls was S lven un " '" 6 o'clock Friday nigh^. to ten- seventy-five warriors each, and ' pin Street, B.50. two tribes more than one hundred | each. These two were the Piutes Saturday -- Street meeting, Cha- 3Ionnon der his resignation, at the request of the mayor, he was still at work tc.ciay. Yesterday, in full uniform, he T 1 . . CtUTIl i l l C A C L-XVW \ \ t l C in^ ··· »i*u»--«J i - " -- -.-.-··.- T - _ . . and Washoes considered bv Indian] Thursday - Mutual Improvement worked ,,, raffic with his officers agents to be among the most hos- Association. Ontario County Trust because of the outboard motor races tile of all. Lake Tahoe is Washoe territory. ] The tribe has lived on the rim of j the beautiful lake for centuries. Bui j their number has dwindled and there was not enough of them to fill the vast Totem Pole set erected at Rubicon Point, separating Building. 7.30. Christian Science Wednesday -- Midweek service, 2. Friday Full Gospel Assembly Bible study. 7.30. in charce of the Rev. R. C. Bramcr, Emerald Bay from green Lake, pastor. Tahoe. Mass to Celebrate Salvation Army Wednesday -- Band of Love. 3.30: Sunbeams. 4; Boys" Club, 4; Home League. 7.30. ft u i _ i Thursday -- Girl Guards. 4; band Golden Anniversary practice f Friday -- Corps Cadet* Class, 7: in Geneva. INJURED IN ACCIDENT Mrs. Leona Whitehead. 25. Bellona. is confined to Memorial Hospital with lacerations of the chin and over the right eye and contusions of both eyes, suffered in an automobile accident. The mishap occurred in Yates County and was not reported to Ontario County authorities. SUFFERS FROM BFRNS Miss Helen Nridert. ol Niagara Tails, is in Thompson Memorial Hospital, with severe burns n-.v.-ivei. Jasl rvrninp at the colUruc ol Mis; liernaduis DsJey on ilir Ea:-1 Lnk si ore. Miss Ncidcrt's liaiuls ami thighs were burned when a pot "J Veiling coffee was acridi ntaliy tipped over. LIGHTNING FIRES HOrsE Slight damage refilled Saturday nicnt when n short cirn'il brhcv' H caused by lightning fired the homo of Sam Homeo. Phoenix Street. The file was extinguished by t-h: Mc r rill Ho?e Company. PATIENT nisrilARGEI) Mrs. Grrda O.-tcrhnid. ol Quint y Mass.. injured in an aiitnmobilr accident on the Lafayette Highway June 17. has becH diwharged from Thompson Memorial Hospital. Celebn,1i«n of the wedding of Mr. and Mrs. I Frank Connelly. Canandaigua. R. | D. 4. a cousin, the Rev. Patrick A. . Fird. pas' or of tlir Chi;vch of ll.'- Most Precious Blood. Chicacn. will say the mass ol Thanksciving in their home tomorrow morning at 9 o'clock in the presence of tlie lam- ilies ;ind invi'ni sues 1 :;. Amoii-; these will bf the Kev. Michael C. J. Wall, the Rev. John L. Maxwell and Hie Rev. Francis J. Beuchcl. oi St. Mary's Church RNA MEETS TOMORROW Canandaigua Camp. Royal Neighbors of America, will meet tomorrow evening at 8 o'clock in Grange Hall. New York Among First To Establish Extension Work TMT TO PICNIC The Arminelon unil. -ol ihr Himr Bun-ail will hold n pirnir Wf-rincsriav f-vminp at 7 o'cloci: ·ESTi a1 Rose-land "Part:. wjt «=- Wea Today's Temperatures: 8 A. M 6« 11 A. M 74 2 P. M 72 Sun sets today 8:32; ri^es row, 5:27; sets tomorrow, 8:32; nwon, lust qnarter; new, July If. T.I he:ilih r fTirrr. lia: series of vaccination Wednesday, which he , rirnrr.ccd fl clinics for emnhasi/jes Si-air. 1 -, ^ay,; Leo A. Mucklc. assistant status was not the same as the When the history of American ag- ] tension school. Several counties ap- rirwlture is written. fe\v chapters I printed similar agents ;hc iollow- will be more replete with the re- ing year. ,. - ,cords of aernmplislimenls than the: Tnoi.'gh the college called these !n delicate health. Mrs. Connelly -one which lelk the story of agricul- j local representatives "county ag- ic «nablf to attend church. Thrji 1 ] r a ] extension work in the United [ents" or "county advisors." their couple are parent* ol seven Mns' and four daughters, including Sister Xitrif MTTCOL oi Rorhe-.t'-r. wnn- IJTT of the Order oJ Sisters of St, Joseph and a leacher in Holy Rosary School. VACCINATION TUNIC Dr. B. C. Hurlbiitt, town of Sen- When a trooper is assigned he receives $900 for the first year, including maintenance, and a yearly increase of $200 for five years until the maximum of $1.900 is obtained. After the maximum salary is reached, a trooper does not receive another increase until he is promoted to corporal, to sergeant, and to lieutenant. The article states: ginally planned to "It was ori- reduce the nephew, William C. Vandenberg, Chestnut Hills, Mass., the wfli of Louis D. Collins, Geneva, who died July 5, 1939; directs that the residue of an estate of $1,000 in oer- sonal property be-given to a niece, Josephine Vandenberg Carr, Westfield, N. J. TRIAL POSTPONED The trial of Earl Hoag, 37, 230 Gibson Street, on a charge of driving while intoxicated, scheduled this morning before Acting City Judge James P. Donovan, has been postponed until next Monday. salaries of all employes receiving more than the maximum for their i grade, but. after it was pointed out that employes in this cate- of incorrect proposal was Deaths gory are victims classification, this abandoned. "The Civil Service Employe Association at the special session will seek to obtain the repeal of James L. Bates James L. Bates, 73, of Rochester, native Canandaiguan, died this morning at his Summer home- in Vine Valley. He retired from active business last September due to ill health. this bill. The total savings accom- , Mr. Bates was the son of the late plisheri by suspending increments is approximately $650,000. and em- ployes feel that this comparatively small saving is not sufficient, justification for the suspension and emasculation of the statues regulating the salaries of ploycs." state em- frarirr ol county agricultural Local Group Attends Methodist Unit Camp Misses ' Elaine Benham. Ruth Hickox and Jean Johncox, of the local Methodist Church, are dele- pate 1 ; from the Queen Esther- Standard Bearers Society to Camp Wrsleyan. Summer camp for this croup, at Cazenovia this week. They left this morning by motor with Mrs. E. Murray Benham. who re| turns tonight. The Rev. and Mrs. Webster D. Melcher. counselors, and Misses Eleanor Searles. Rulh Hickox. Hel- Wilhelm and Betty Jean Sisson 3alrr eir.ptoycd by the farm i delegate, spent the week at agents, j bureaus: and Ihcy ceased to func: u, r annual Epworth League Insult will record, he adds, the first tion a ^^ 'he larm bureaus became t ,, 1c a1 Kcuka College. comprehensive movement by farmers to combine in practice their ow-j* experience with the research of experiment stations and the teachings well establi5hed. New York State's first farm bureau was established in Broome ·county in 3913. Five other counties will he hei3 on daylicht saving time as iollows: Seneca Castle Grange Hall. 9 o'clock: Stanley school. 11 oclnck. and Hall Congregational Church. 1:30- Adults, schonl and pre-rahool children are urged to visit the clinics. Dr. Hurlbutt will be assisted by Miss Beatrice Jensen, public health mine. PAST MATRONS TO MKKT Matrons' Asswialinr.. Can- OES. will hold a desert meeting with Mrs. C. A. Torrcy on the East Lake road Wednesday at 1:30. TOO I.ATE TO CLASSIFY RED. purple b?rrif. black taps. 100 Granger St. Phone 794-J. of acriniltiarol eolleecs. It will be i followed ,^uit in 1912. Chemung, Jef- Clinton. Herkimcr and Nia- Oncida county organized a iarm improvement association which i became a farm bureau in 1916, says i Mr. Mucklc. p u b l i r 0 o k ! . 1ir(V interest in ag-^-' i r a - Marriagei I Yo«nfc--Schuster Announcement is made of the This year. New York stale farmers are observing the 25th anniversary of the founding of extension Here's In 1313. r development s 13 marriage of Miss Dorothy A. Young, I of Middlesex, and Vincent J. ! Schuster, of Dansvillc. which took : p] , rc Julv 6. Justice of in the Hudson Valley. organl«d j ^^g roaL ^ m M at . lafTn bureaus and home bwcnus. and 4-H Cliib.- nrc-wrairis. tendants. Mr. and Mrs. Schuster will live in Rrfchc.vtfT, where he is physical in? in Rochester Business Institute. Both are craduates of I??invillf High people and in the organization ,,, 0..,-,TM a n r j wevtchesler- in 1916 V y J f l I J k ; t . o J J U W O w V / J J U f t l C J 4 ill J~1O. jive, including Albany and Schohaire: in 1917, eleven, including In New York Stale, however. e%- : Hens^elaer. RocMand. Greene, and fTfion wort had been going on lor ; Washington, in J938. eight, includinc sf'veral ears bf-'DTc the plan lor Columbia. ~ ~~ rounty agent.s in each county WAS; By the "end of 3918. all of the 55 , BIRTH RECORD well established, and even before ; agricultural counties of the state A .ton. to Mr. and Mrs. George that, irMr-jction for farmers on ftad iftrm bureaus with a total o Loomis. of Buffalo Street, in Ihnr farms was given under the ; membership of 45.012. Thompson Mfmorial Hospital, July ?upen'i«on of the State College of ; Through extension, according to 5. Agriculture, says Mr. MucMe. j Mr . MucWe. farmers have accom-i A son. 1s ?«r. and Mrs. John For example, the Herkimer county Iplished many of the things they set Simpson, of Honeoye, in Thompson LOST OR STRAYED - From agent, appointed June 7.3912. arran- j out to do 25 ywrs ago; "this is, to Memorial Hospital, July 9 Yacht Club. West Lake rd.. Eng- ged for farm visits by college spec-,insure efficient production, better A son, to Mr. and Mrs. Allen lish satter, white with black ticks. Tel. S78-M or notify Carl Hunt. Lincoln Wood, East'Luke romd. ialists. 12 lectures, two lecture courses, several co-operative experiments with farm crops, and. an-ex* marketing, and to furnish rural lea- j Hubert, of Victor, R. D. 1. in dership to face thfc ever-changing Thompson Memorial Hospital, July problems of changing times* 8. Francis and Mary Greenleaf Bates, of Canandaigua. Besides his wKe, Mrs. Martha Longstaff Bates, of Rochester, he leaves a sister and brother. Miss Mary G. Bates and John N. Bates, of this city. Funeral services will be Wednesday at 3 o'clock from the home of John Bates. 26 Scotland Road. James J. Ward From St. Mary's Church this morning took place the funeral of James J. Ward, of Saltonstall Street, retired clothing merchant. who died Friday after a long illness. Solemn high mass was celebrated by the Rev. Michael C. J. Wall, rector, assisted by the Rev. John L. Maxwell, senior assistant. as deacon, and the Rev. Francis J. Beuchel, junior assistant, as sub- deacon. Bearers were P. Howard Meath. Fred S. Haubner, Peter J. Hilliard, Patrick H. McCarthy. William Linehan and John Falvey. Interment was in Calvary Cemetery. Mrs. Sarah J. Funeral servteesXor Mrs. Sarah J. Robinson, of Saltonstall Street, who died Saturday, were held this morning from St. Mary's Church, Ihe Rev. John L. Maxwell officiating. Bearers were Stephen Wilson, of Geneva: Harold Burlcieh, of Shortsville. and Allen Mary, Daniel Kennelly. Joseph McKenna and Francis L. McKay, this city. Interment was in Calvary Cemetery. James GHh« SUndfeh James Elihu. infant son of Mr aisd Mrs. Harold Standis-v of Oor- Street, bom Saturday in Thompson Memorial Hospital dicn Sunday. Besides his parents. Ihe baby jfaves his grandparents. Mrs Kath- frin? B. Standish, of Jh:s ritr. and Mr. and Mrs. James E. Gc^e. o! Faldwinsvill?. Funeral services were J-.eJd in Honeoye this afternoon, the Rev- Webster D. Melcher of the Jocai Methodist Church, officiating. MEMORIALS ^^ MBHOMBS OtO L. MO*B MLAMin CO. Naples Rotary Hears Acey W. Acey W. Sutherland, past ..president of the Canandaigua 'Rotary Club, was guest speaker this -noon at the Naples Rotary luncheon. Ifc Sutherland, delegate .from both, clubs to the recent international convention in Cleveland, -presented his report of the sessions.: He-sag accompanied to Naples by President "Frank E. Fisk. Glenn S: -Lovd and; J. Gordon Lewis, of the local club; Directors of the Camndaieua club will hold their firsi meeting urder the: regime, of President Fist- this evening at 7:30 in his home Gibson Street. ' SPECIAL DURING JULY! FACIALS ? Soothing and refreshing f a c i a l s that will pep yon up and give you that "jrand feel- in *-" Permanentss . . $2.50 lap Including Shampoo Finjerwave " ANNETTE SHOP :=:.*L 25 Wood St. Ffionejlf REFILTERED CTCY WATER ; : 1C! CANANDAIGUA L A K E I C E It Like St. Tekptofe m We Specialize In Lubrication Car Washing £ i^"SINCLAIR Br SERVICE STATION JOHN C. HUX, Mgr. Sovth Main and Saltonstall TODAY Start Tuesday^: CO-FEATt1M5 ROSE MARE With jHuwtte

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