The Daily Messenger from Canandaigua, New York on July 12, 1939 · Page 3
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Canandaigua, New York
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Wednesday, July 12, 1939
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THE DAILY MESSENGER, CANANDAIGUA, N. K, WEDNESDAY, JULY 12,1939. PAQI McNerney Appointed Chief During 3-Months Suspension of Morris GENEVA -- Jerry McNerney,! The State and Federal investiga- scnior sergeant in the Geneva police tion into the Geneva situation ap- department, was today appointed peared likely with the announce- actlng chief of police by John E. ment of the mayor that he will turn »»- .. _i^« I««A«*-I fif (Vkis t-i/'tl ttrh ,n 11 Vi i n «j-is«n»j-ln jt4»nt f/A f ho ( r\rr»T"wt* Murray, chairman of the police commission, to serve during the three months' suspension of Chief Richard W. Morris, found guilty of misconduct in office by Mayor Charles F. Nieder. Morris was suspended without pay all his records over to the "proper Federal authorities," Gov. Lehman and to District Attorney Carrollton A. Roberts "for whatever action they may deem necessary. Morris Decision Lengthy The decision in the charges from 9 A. M. today to midnight. Oct. I against Morris occupied 12 1-2 type' written pages while that against Yen? took up 1 1-2 pages. Morris was found guilty of parts of charge No. 1 concerning houses of prostitution and charge No. 3 involving slot machines and pin ball machines and of No. 10 concerning relationship between the chief and Sergt. Yerg. He was not found guilty on charge No. 4, concerning the purchase of an index system; charge No. 7, concerning the location of a still by a Utica alcohol ring; charge No. 8, involving his indifference toward Geneva business men, and charge No. 9, concerning Geneva High School matters and statements allegedly made by Yerg. Charge No. 2 is a charge not made against Morris, the decision said, but to call attention to the mayor and police commissioners of the operation of stills in the city for at least 10 years, and "that moneys have been collected from' 11, in the decision handed down last night by Mayor Nieder in the police department controversary that has brewed for the past six months. At the same time Sergt. William C. Yerg, who brought charges against Chief Morris, after his superior officer originally filed charges against him, was exonerated after a reprimand. LOCAL DOCTORS ATTENDSESSION Annual Medical Society Meeting Slated Oct. 10 In Canandaigua and a large representation of local physicians attended third quarterly meeting of Ontario County Medical Society last evening at the Geneva Country Club, overlooking Seneca Lake. Dinner was preceded by a business session and followed by «* by persons operating such stills under representation that they were for payment to Chief Morris for protection." Payment from Relief Recipient Charge No. 5 involving the alleged payment of $100 to Yerg by Morrir 13TH SUNSHINE SPECIAL CARDED Exchange Club To Entertain Children Aug. 1 At Roseland Park Children of Ontario County will be guests of the Exchange Club on Tuesday, Aug. 1, when the 13th annual Sunshine Special will be staged at Roseland Park. A committee composed of Edward M. Daley, chairman, John W. Niblock, J. Edward Bates and A. Clyde Fisher is now drafting plans for the entertainment of the children. Last year approximately 2,000 children swarmed to Roseland where free soft drinks and free rides on the amusement devices were given at the annual outing. Sunshine has been the order of the day in the 12 years the event has been held. No Trouble Seen As County WP A Workers Adopt 130-hour Month With the increase in hours of | that no official of the Work Proj- Ontario County WPA employes to , ects Administration has any auth- 130 per month effective tomorrow, George B. Stahl, superintendent of construction, stated today that no trouble was anticipated despite the fact that wholesale strikes have struck projects throughout the nation. A copy of a telegram received from Col. F. C. Harrington, national administrator of the WPA, has been posted on all projects. The telegram states: "In cases where groups of workers stop work in protest against requirement that they work 130 hours per month to earn security wage, it i should be explained to them or At the club meeting yesterday at^ their representatives thai this is a requirement imposed by law WARM SEEKS FIREWORKS BAN Terms Pyrotechnics Menace To 'Life, Limb and Property' the program, with Dr. William T?. I allegedly received from a relief re- Martin, assistant medical counsel cipient while he had money in the | to Wenna Kenna, a committee was requirement imposed by law and appointed to investigate the possibilities of the location of a playground in the southeastern portion of the city. On the committee are Frederic T. Henry, Louis Vecchi. Ralph N. Denby, Clifford E. Murphy and Mr. Niblock. A committee composed of the Rev. Eugene M. Chapman, Robert L. Himes, Anson L. Gardner. Hugh M. Jones, Jr., and Mr. Bates was named to plan the Exchange Club's participation in the dedication of the new Boy Scout camp Sunday afternoon on Seneca Lake. Motion pictures of outdoor sports and news reels of current events were shown by James Duncan, a summer visitor on Canandaigua Lake. The program was in charge of J. Murray Allyn. Supervisor Irwin S. Wickham, Seneca, and Sherry B. Myers, Canandaigua and Rochester, were accepted yesterday as new members. of the State Medical Society, as speaker. Dr. Martin discussed important legal phases of matters concerning medical practice of the present time. A forum on child bearing was conducted by Drs. Philip M. Standish, of this city, and M. D. Deuel arid James S. Allen, of Geneva. Canandaigua will be the scene of the fourth quarterly and annual meeting. Oct. 10. Announcement was made of the annual meeting of the Seventh District Branch of the state organization, to be held at the Veterans' Hospital here Thursda}'. Sept 28. An attendance of 256 doctors was recorded at the 1938 meeting in Rochester. Besides Dr. Armstrong and Dr Standish, local physicians attending were Dr. Harry M. Smith. Dr C. Harvey Jewett, Dr. Hubbard K Meyers. Dr. J. F. Maltman, Dr. E. C. Merrill and Dr. Charles J. Bobeck. Rochester Y Secretary To Address Rotarians bank, to avoid investigation; Charge No. 6 alleges that Yerg was given a sealed envelope on Christmas eve, 1935, by a pin ban machine operator containing money and Morris bold the sergeant to keep the money rather than turn it over to the police pension fund. "There is a great amount of tesci- inony before me concerning the alleged one time existence of stills, uolations of the welfare department, payment of protection money, interference with Grand Jury witnesses and the like," the decision stated. "Most of this is alleged to have happened before my time as mayor. Locals Mr. and Mrs. Ashby Mason, of Washington, have been guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Grow in Bristol Senator Earle S. Warner. Phelps, with state police and public health officials, is seeking the support of various organizations throughout the state in the drive to ban fireworks. Senator Warner has announced that he will seek the backing of every safety, heath, civic and social organization in the state for a "safe and sane Fourth" next year. Terming fireworks a "menace to life, limb and property," as well as "an outmoded form of celebration," Warner has sponsored bills in the legislature for several years seeking to license fireworks displays. His measures and those of other lawmakers died in committee with- Street. Mr. Mason is an attorney out a vote of the entire legislative Regardless, I no not have the pow-; Fair ers, as mayor, to deal with these I in the auditing department of United States claims. Miss Crete A. Deming. secretary to Supt. of Schools W. H. Vanderhoef, begins a two weeks' vacation Monday. Miss Deming. Miss Charlotte M. Carson and Miss May L. Jones will leave Wednesday by motor for a week's trip to the World's New York. matters, and I am, accordingly. turning the entire record over to the federal authorities, the governor of New York State and the .district at torney of Ontario County, for whatever action they may deem necessary." Dismissal Unwarranted Of charge No. 1, concerning the operation of houses of prostitution, the decision stated, "it is a matter of common knowledge that these peaces operated prior to my taking office and inasmuch as they wert closed bv order of the police ccm- Herbert P. Lansdale. Jr.. general secretary of the Rochester YMCA, who recently returned to this country after several years in Europe, j mission under my direction, thei/ ,. ^ _ _ __--,-- ,-_ ^_ CI - £rat j on as aforesaid, standing alone, is not sufficient evidence to v/arrant a dismissal of Chief Morris in the absence of satisfactory evi- oence of connivance on his pan. However, I find him guilty of so iruch of the charge as includes is announced as speaker for the Rotary Club meeting tomorrow noon in The Canandaigua. His topic will be "What the Balkans Are Up Against." Ralph O. Stratton. local Y secretary, is program chairman. The new president, Frank E. New Under-arm Cream Deodorant safely Stops Perspiration risk, and other new officers will be [ knowledge and consent." in their chairs. j Morris' defense showed numerous arrests during the past 10 years for j violation of the gambling laws, with a number of convictions and confiscations of the machines, the decision states in reference to charge No. 3. "There is evidence before me that these matters were discussed with the police commissions, the district attorney and the city attorneys and that Chief Morris corresponded with another chief of police in attempting to eradicate these evils. Slot Machines Operated "These is no satisfactory evidence before me to warrant a finding of such consent and connivance on the part of Chief Morris, although I do find as he admits under oath, that certain slot machines and pin ball machines have been operated in the 1* Does not rot dresses--docs not irritate skin. 2. No waiting to dry. Can be used right after shaving. 8. Instantly stops perspiration for 1 to 3 dap. Removes odor from perspiration. 4» A pure white, gfeascless, stainless vanishing cream. S* Arrid has been awarded the Approval Seal of the American Institute of laundering, for being harmless to fabrics. 18 MILLION Jan of Arrid fc»r* bMtt told. Try a j« today! A R R I D 3*.tar Mr. and Mrs. Charles Challice. Jr., of Rochester, are occupying their Summer home on the West Lake shore. Mrs. Bernard Beahan and daughter, Judith Ann, of Buffalo Street, are spending some time with relatives in Williamsport, Pa. William H. Cowan, of this city, is visiting his sister. Mrs. Frank Wilson, in Sodus. membership. "At the January session," Warner said, "I plan to submit a similar bill. This time I expect to have the support of state and local groups as interested as I am in preventing deaths and injuries and the shock of July 4 bombardments to children and the aged." Support to the movement has been given by both Maj. .John A. Warner, state police superintendent, and Dr. Edward S. Godfrey, state health commissioner, Warner said. The bill would make use of fireworks without a permit a misdemeanor with a maximum penalty of a 90-day jail term and a $100 fine. It will be introduced with the endorsement of the joint legislative committee on interstate cooperation. Both Pennsylvania and New York are among the 27 states which have enacted legislation regulating fireworks. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Bullock and children. Billy and Martha, of Jamestown, will arrive Saturday to spend two weeks with her sister, Mrs. Howard G. Kennedy, and Mr. Kennedy at their Summer home on the West Lake shore. Mrs. Lewis Marsh and son Har- \ard. of To»vn. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Miles ana cnildren. Edwin and Elizabeth, oi Eushville. left last night for Grand Family Reunions ! Kerskie family reunion was held Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Otto Kerskie, Sr., in Victor. There were 23 members and six guests present. A picnic dinner was served at noon followed by the business meeting when the following officers were elected: President, William Brahm, Sr.; Epids. Mich., where they will visit I vice - president. Richard Button; relatives. [secretary and treasurer, Mrs. Edward Brahm. Otto Kerskie was the oldest and Marilyn Ann Brahm. the youngest present. Sports furnished entertainment. The 1940 reunion will be at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. Ray Button, Rushville. Mlwln Canandaigua Jewelry News Hand Bags Reduced AH our Dollar Hand Bags are now just 89e. This includes all the new whites and a very complete selection of colors. Real values. Photo Finishing, 40c Any « «r * expown; film finished with fine ftWy print* ani a 4xC mhu 41 1 HI* ill *f the test picture. W«* maflttf tMt t* you «nx*. ¥·· «*ft't have U *H f*r H. City of Geneva. "In my .opinion, the evidence of j knowledge on his part is not sufficient for me to find him guilty of neglect of duty, misconduct in of- lice and conduct unbecoming a police officer." Friction between Morri* and Ye:'g of at least three years" .standing i:covered in charge No. K). "I find that the attil'idc J«a"» to surd by each man towards 3 he I t-J-hcr was an improper one as "their differences increased the M«U was not only Uriel MM: ti.cmsclvcs biti a spreading of U«e t-pidemic into Jhc police dcjMrt- racnt. Officer Yerg tcslifit-s that J.r vas hampered by Chief Morris in carrying out, his duties. Mwris rrafetrf Vox's Work "In defense ChM Morris Annual Summer Picnic Slated For Veterans About 800 of the patients at the Veterans' Hospital are expected to participate in the annual Summer picnic sponsored by Ontario County Committee of the American Legion Auxiliary, scheduled for Sunday at 2 o'clock. Mrs. William Frautz. of Geneva, county rehabilitation chairman, is in charge of arrangements, to be assisted by unit presidents and "rehab" chairmen. Mrs. Philip Brockelbank and Mrs. Leonard McNamara will act for Canandaigua. Mrs. McNamara also is county chairman. Included on the program will be an exhibition drill by Winnek Post Drum anu Bugle Corps, of Geneva, starting the activities and a ball same at 2:30 between two local teams. Refreshments will include popcorn and soft drinks, and cigarettes will be distributed. j Young Stanley farmer Injured In Runaway Seriously injured wlicn a team im (Iicier.1 1l«at Officer Yerg was *".T:d insubordinate and yet. n cords show J ,hn1 nolwitbst;; *lie claim of Chief Morris, he t-ci the officer's work m the p n n u r l police report, and even recommended him for a promotion. "1 regret I/hat no salii-laclory ai- I'-inpt was made by either ol ilirm or by llwir superiors lo remedy their situation and when the bubbi? bunt the result was a disintegration oi thi- morale of the police depart.mrr,i iff a certain cxlCTit. An unholy situation was then placed in my hands Jor solMtaon." horses ran away and dragged him over a Held in which he was working Kaufman Strahan. 35. of Stanley. R. D. 2, was brought to Thompson Memorial Hospital {his afternoon about 1 o'clock. He was rc- as suffering irom a badly arm and shoulder, and considerable shock. ority to depart from it. Preliminary Notice Given "Preliminary notice to this ef- lect was required to be given to all workers in accordance with my telegrams of June 19 and July 1. Workers should be informed that decision rests entirely in their hands as to whether they desire to accept employment under the conditions under which the Work Projects Administration can offer such employment. "Those who do not desire to accept employment under these conditions and who absent themselves from work for five consecutive working days or longer, shall have their employment terminated." The 130 hear a month .rule, adopted in the bill passed recently by Congress, 'has been effective in other artas since July 5. In protest against the increase from 50 to 130 hours, a series of strikes was launched in ether cities, spreading throughout the nation. Ontario County is in district 10 of aiea 2. The new hour schedule will also be effective tomorrow in Livingston County and has already been put into operation in Wayne County In that county, however, no trouble has been experienced and workers are continuing to report at projects. Hour Schedule Before Change Up to the change in hours, the work schedule per month in Ontari. County was: Lobprers 1070 hours, carpenters, 36; masons, 61; painters, 86. skilled helpers, 107; truck operators. 104. Before the adoption or new hours in Wayne County, the schedule was: Laborers, 121 hours; carpenters, 69; masons, 69; painters, :06; skilled helpers, 121; truck operators. 91. With 220 more striding WFA workers dismissed today in Rochester, firings have been brought to 7P5 since the walkout began seven days ago. Additional dismissed will be effective tonight, Robert G. Hoffman, Rochester, area director, has announced. Walkouts have continued in othei cities, with 700 in Duluth, however, voting unanimously to return C" work, urging others to follow suit. In the meantime, President Roosevelt has announced that he would support Col. Harrington in the fight to retain the 130-hour month. WRC Schedules Picnic At Roseland Tomorrow Women's Relief Corps. GAR, will picnic tomorrow at Roseland Park, a tureen dinner to be served at 12:30. Mrs. Charles Vannerburg, Mrs. James Murphy and Mrs. Morris . Brown are the committee * on arrangements. Plans for the picnic and for the outing of the Genesee Valley Federation July 22 at Roseland were made at a regular meeting in the Legion Home yesterday afternoon. Mrs. Philip Brockelbank, president, Mrs. William Burley and Mrs. Floyd B. Baier are the local committee on arrangements. Dinner at 12:30 will be followed by a program. To Meet in Genera Seneca Park, Geneva, will be the scene of the 22nd annual reunion Beta Sigma Phi Unit Makes Program Plans First regular meeting of Alpha Mu chapter of Beta Sigma Phi. international social and cultural sorority, which was recently organized in Canandaigua. was held at the Canandaigua Hotel last night. Extensive plans were made for a cultural program throughout the Summer and Fall and various committees were appointed. Announcement was made of the ELEANOR RELST BECOMES BRIDE Former Teacher Here Weds Rochesterian In Caledonia In a ceremony which took place Tuesday aiternoon at 4:30 in the home of the bride's parents, M:. and Mrs. J. Lorin Rcist, in Caledonia. Miss Eleanor Jeanette Reiit, formerly of this city, became the bride of Hugh Hamilton Robertsor. Jr., of Rochester. The Rev. Arthur T. Clark, of Evanston. IL., performed the ceremony, which took place under an arch of pink ana white loses, with a background 01 hollyhocks, delphinium and other garden flowers. The bride wore a gown of white lace with a finger tip veil of tulie, end carried a bouquet of bride roses and lilies of the valley. She was attended by Miss Catherine MacLarty. of Rochester, as maid of honor, ano two little flower girls, Jeanne and Marlone MacKenzie, of LeRoy, her nieces. The maid of honor was in white n:ousseline de soie, with velvet ribbons of yellow and delphinium blue Her matching bouquet was of yellow loses and marguerites anc blue delphinium. The flower girls, gowned alike in dainty white dotted swiss. One wore pink and blue velvet ribbons with an old-fashioned bouquet of pink roses, and larkspur anc*. blue delphinium, while the other vore ribbons of orchid and yellow and carried yellow roses and marguerites, and dark larkspur. William Campbell, of Oheifla. was test man. Mrs. Reist. mother of the bvids was gowned in blue lace, with a corsage of pink roses, bachelor buttons and yellow marguerites. Mrs. Robertson, the bridegroom's mother v. r as in navy lace and her corsage was of yellow roses and marguerites and blue bachelor buttons. To Live in Rochester After a wedding supper, Mr. and Mrs. Robertson left for a short trip. They will spend the Summer on Lake Ontario, and after September will make their home in Rochester. Ho is a member of 'the Ontario High School faculty, and a graduate oi the Eastman School of Music. His bride, a graduate of Geneseo Normal School, has been a member of the Adelaide Avenue School faculty in this city the past four years. Prenuptial affairs given by local school faculty members included a kitchen shower by Misses Pauline Neville and Ethel Barden in the home of Mrs. A. E. McGrcw; pantry shower by Misses Florence Worden. Margaret Hayes. Alice Doolittie and Mary Ellen Bergin; luncheon by Miss Frances Acton, at the home of Mrs. Harold H. Kinde; also a picnic supper at Roseland by Union and ward schools faculty; luncheon by executive committee of Adelaide i nit'of the Parent-Teacher Association, and dinner by Miss Mary E. Kipp in Penn Yan, together with ethers by Caledonia, Rochester and LeRoy friends. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. McGrcw and Miss Charlotte M. Carson, of this c:ty, with other local faculty members from out of town were umcng the guests. RNA SLATES PICNIC Canandaigua Camp. Royal Neighbors of America, will picnic tomorrow evening at the home of Mrs. Newton Pimm on the Cooley road Members are to leave the Grange Hall here at 6:30. with supper scheduled for 7 o'clock. Mrs. Myron VanHouten is chairman of arrangements, which were completed last night at a regular meeting in the hall. Deaths of the Smith-Cochrane families on acceptance O f Mrs. William W. ,..,_ n io*n ,f ,,,,* * nnn ,, n ~* «' sho( r maker to become social advisor and of Mrs. C. Harvey Jewett to become educational director. Miss Helen M. Benning was elected recording secretary and she will be in charge of the next meeting at the hotel July 25. at 8 o'clock. July 14, 1940. it was announced at the 21st annual reunion Sunday at. Roseland. Mrs. William Andrews and Miss Helen Connelly will be in charge of sports, with "the officers. Mrs. Maud Young, president and Mrs. Lee Smith, vice-president, in charge of the dinner. About 60 participated in a picnic dinner, sports and other entertainment. Mrs. Floyd Radley. Canandaigua. was the oldest and Thomas M. Gage, of Rushville. the youngest member present. Mrs. Lee Smith. Mrs. Lee Poust and Mrs. Andrew were the dinner committee. What's Doing Today The Playhwwe -- "Rase Marie" and "Mutiny on the Bounty," 7 and 9 P. M. Thursday The Cansuidaif** -- Rotary Club. 12:15 P. M. Grange Hall--RNA leave for picnic. 6:30 P. M. Km*Und -- WRC picnic, dinner. 12:30 P. M. «AT*=1 Wea Today's temperatures: 8 A . M 11 A . M 2 P. M 66 72 72 Sun acts today *:37, rises tomorrow 5:34, sets tomorrow :37; moon, tat quarter, new July i«. Two Cows in Onderdonk Herd Complete Records Two cows an the Onderdonk herd Ka33 liavc complftcd official records in the nerd improvement division of the American Guernsey Cat/tic Club, qualifying them for admission to the advanced register. One. owned by Willard B. Ondcr- program" for the outing of the donk. is a three year old. Princes? Searchlight Class of the MclhodiM Anne's Addition, which produced church last night with Mrs. J. 12,6525 pounds of milk and 576.1 Edward Miller at her cottage on the West Lake shore. Under direction The other is owned by Mr. Ono f Misses bucittc Schradcr and Pan- CLASS HOLDS OUTING Swimming, boating, hill climbing. quoits and other games, with a camp fire and songfest. together with a picnic SIIOWT. m?^" up Hie Scward Orr Seward Orr. 52, of 150 Phoenix Street, died late yesterday afternoon in Thompson Memorial Hos- · pital after a long illness. He was Iborn in Potter, Yates County, but had spent the greater part of his life in Ontario County, moving to Canandaigua about three years ago. Besides his wife. Mrs. Mary Robson Orr. he leaves three daughters and three sons. Mrs. William Raff and Mrs. Melvin Stivers, of Geneva; Mrs. William Buckman. of Lima; Walter Orr. of Rush; Freeman and Man-in Orr. of Canandaicua: also three sisters and a brother, Mrs. Elzar Northrup. of Bcllona Station; Mrs. Clarence Caple. of Seneca Palls; Mrs. Elsie Alger. of Lima, and Loren Orr. of New York. Funeral services will be Friday at. 2.30 from the home of his daughter Mrs. William Raff, on the Hall road. Geneva, the Rev. John Boyce. pastor of No. 9 Church. Seneca, officiating. Interment will be in Wic church cemetery. Roger Johnson, Vi N e w C o m m a n d e r Of Legion in County Roger Johnson, for several years a member of the American Legion In Victor, was unanimously elected county commander at the annual county convention last night in the Legion rooms at Clifton Springs. He succeeds Earle P. Galbraith, of Shortsville. Earl T. Craig, of Shortsville; was also unanimously chosen county vice-commander to succeed Leon G. Warters, of this city. · · Preceding the business session a large group of Legionnaires enjoyed ROSELANDPASr SLATESCONCERT City Summer School Band To Appear July 24; Picnics Scheduled Further picnic reservations for July have been made at Roseland Park by Jacob Weber, entertainment and picnic grounds director, who announced today that plans are being completed for a concert by the Canandaigua Summer School band of over 100 pieces on Monday night, July 24. This group will be directed by Raymond J. Russell, director of the championship Canandaigua Academy band and head, of the music summer school. Two picnics are booked for Saturday, July 15, the Marion Methodist Church and a combined picnic of the East Palmyra Presbyterian and Methodist churches. Gorham Odd Fellows have made a reservation for Friday night, July 21, at 5.30 for a dinner, and 100 people are scheduled to come to Roseland July 29 for the Allen- Bailey Tag Company, Caledonia, picnic. A reunion of the Babcock family will be held on the picnic grounds Aug. 6, with Mrs. James F. Knapp, of Canandaigua, in charge of arrangements. . . ' . ' " ' Starting Sunday, July 16, and booked through until July 22 inclusive, Captain Tiebor's seal act will be presented, making its first appearance at an amusement park in the United States. For the past two weeks it has appeared at the World's Fair, being held over there an extra week because of its popularity. The act will come to Canandaigua directly from New York, and outside of the Fair, it will be the first appearance of this troupe in the United States. Captain Tiebor'? seals have played the largest amusement centers in Europe, touring England, France, Germany, Italy and Spain and performing before notable officials of those countries. They came to the United. States on April 28. and are replacing the Berosini Troupe which was originally scheduled to appear the week of "July 16 but has been postponed because two members of the latter act suffered broken legs in a performance last week. dinner served by the Clifton Bprlrig .. post under the direction of,Coir'..' nelis Cornelius, of this city ..A vote of thanks was tendered th* txxst. , . Delegates to the state convention. in Albany in September were ed as follows: : County Commander Earle · braith, Shortsville; Thomas E, Courcy, and Commander . .l^ujtin,'., McCarthy, Geneva; Roger Jphhson.,, Victor; Thomas D. Kennedy-and Commander James F. Knapp, Canandaigua; alternates, .Wllllahi ' Prautz, Geneva; Walter Gr|i8«ljesf.."'. Shortsville; Thomas Smith, CmnaOr daigua; Lyman Hammond, Geneva; . John E. McCarthy, Victor;., JrtUi"R:". Stickney, Canandaigua. It: - w'M,ypt!r .' ed that the delegation go uninstruc* " ted. :;.tr; - '-. William B. Johncox, of thirclti' v seventh district commander, spoke briefly on the work of the legion during the past year and expressed" his appreciation for the support and' cooperation that had been'.. fi¥3\A him by the county. .". :·;,,,-,-, v , Several reports were submitted a t ' a meeting of the county committee- held prior to the convention.:,Gfpfje^ E. Hopkins, of this city, retorted that there were two squadrons of the Sons of the Legion in the coup-, ty, one in Geneva with'31 toembm and one in Canandaigua witrt-4i.--^ Lyman Hammond, Geneva/-re*-"' ported on the Ameticanizattijtf'wftrlf ·' stating that all but two posts 1 In life county had submitted reports' skew-'' ing considerable activity. MrVHatH-" mond also reported for the-hospital' committee and Mr. Cornelltfs re--. ported for the entertainment c*n-" mittee. "··" ···?··-·· ANNUAL CLUB WCNIG · Fifteen members of Events Club participated,in u nual picnic yesterday at the mer home of Mrs. Walter G:" Vine Valley, East . Guests were Mrs. W, C. Canton, O., and Mrs. Si Heath, of Bath. Luncheou: On the", lawn was followed by. cards; aJfiTin'' informal social time. "'''"' '-'".· SenMtioiulKeficffrMi uid Out Owe Prem fr If the flrst dose of thU »I«* black tablet doesn't brine *» UH complete relief yra h«r- --"*' back to u« and ttt DO'" Bell-ins tablet help* n Bakes the eicesi stoouch you (it tho nourishing I" bum. lick headache and eicesi JtooiKh fluldji lick ill oter--TOST O _.-. relief. 25c ereriMM* Allyn Withdraws Charge j Against Fairport Driver j A charge of reckless driving · against Raymond J. Lee, Fairport,; growing out of an auto accident July 4 on the East Lake road, were, withdrawn by J. Murray Allyn, Gibson Street, at a hearing last night · before Justice of the Peace P. W.' Case. Canandaigua Town. Allyn was driving south on the : East Lake road when, he charged,' Lee pulled out of a side road, ! causing him to swerve sharply to, the left in an effort to avoid a · crash but the car overturned. Allyn was represented by Samuel R. Levy, Canandaigua attorney, i and Lee, by Leo Rice; ; Fairport lawyer. ! REFILTERED GCT¥ WATER :::·; L A K E ICE It lake St. itr IF YOU ARE DISSATISFIED WHY NOT TRY OUR SERVICES?, 0 · ';·;."- SINCLAIR * " SERVICE STATION JOHN C. HUX, MfT», v; South Main an* CORRECTION ; The name of James Connelly, oi; Canandaigua. was inadvertently omitted from the list of sons of Mr . raid Mrs. Frank Connehy. cf ti»e ; Brickyard road, published in an account oi their golden wedding anni- : vcrsary in Tuesday's Messenger. dcrdonlc's daughter. Miss Doroiihy Onderdonk, and is a six year old cow. Pally's Valentine of Elm wood. which produced 962 pounds of rri]}; and 4833 pounds of butlcufai in 310 days. 5;nr Brink and Mrs. Emma Hoogh- fcirk, swppcr was served lo 40 members and their husbands, and the class teacher. Mrs. A. W. Armstrong. ADMITTED TO COURT Sherry B. Myers, ol this city former prolessor of law at the University of San Francisco and recently admitted to practice in the New 'York Slate Bar. yesterday was admitted Jo practice in United Stales District Court by Judge Harold P Burkt. Mr. Myers plan* Jl^lJVJU » «^ « 4 J , r t V L ' V J J . J*fU *^t.J* 4 * - - « J V 4 V to practice in Rochester ana yan- |- t3 - Act 1o rep ] acc ^ e ^dc-^ik i n ; Gardens, will be held tomorrow andaigua after_ his J*tMrn^_jrc-m j^. ol th( , Canandaigua Pcsl Oi- U-moon at 1:30 o'clock ir thr oilic: face on a bid of $496. The sidewalk cf the Ontario County Alcohol 8«- is being raised five inches to elimi- wage Control board. A slak f;:i.- r.ate the formation of ice from melt- missioner win preside, ing snow at the walk's edge. ' SIDEWALK CONTRACT LFT Henry Hcnnftssy. Gc;3eia con- liactor! has been awarded thr con- j nix Street, proprietor of the HEARING SCHEDULED An adjourned revocation hf-arm;, against Dominick Arillotta. - Phw- Curly Horse Ranch at Tucson, Ariz.", where he is spending Ui* Summer. RICE LETTERS GRANTED Letters of administration were granted today to Francis R. Rice, C*nand*igiia, in the estate of his wife AnnElte OTIeil Rice, who died June 22. lf». The estate Is com- powd of **90 ^ perxmal property. KEBEKAH OUTING Annual outing of Oanandaigua Rebekah Lodge members and their families is announced for Friday afternoon at Rosetand Park. A picnic sapper will be served at «:30. LACKS LICENSE. FIXED Ralph Fogerty, Binghamtcn. was fined |5 yesterday by Justice of the Pe»c* Ward Moore. Hopewell. for operating a car without « license. He was arrested by Trooper Richard Voift, CMwndaifua patrol. MRS. LARXEY HOSTESS Carefree Club met last night with , Mrs. Jennie Lamey in Fort Hill] Avenue. Prizes for games went t o ' Mrs. Addic Cowan and Mrs. Larncy. j A picnic supper was planned for] Aug. 1 with Mrs. Emma Deuel on ; the Emerson road. K.T.I ATHLETE'S FOflT POI$OI NT Achiuff Fe* Any-Itct Pearcc Pharmacy James L. Bales From tine home oi iiis brother, John N. Bate, in Scotland Road this ali'pmoon 1wl: p!arr tor J««- eral of James L. Bates, of Rochester who died at his Summer home at Vine Valley Monday. The Rev. Charles C. W. Carver, of Christ Episcopal Church. Rochestrr. of which Mr. Bates was a member, ·officiated. Bearers were Walter G. Depew and Charlef. M. FinJey. a this cat": Grorcc Green, of Baltimore: Irwan Montague, oi RochcMer; Charles K'obfson. of Vine Valley, and Fran 1 : Bates, of Aloquin. Interment was in Woodlawn Cemetery. Mr. Bales, native of Canandaigua. operated a drat; store in Rochester more than 30 years prior to his retirement last September. He and his wife. Martha Longstrctt Bates, were to have celebrated their wedding anniversary on Dec. 36. time. MEMOftt ALS HJUHCTCATI JW». L, CO. Today "ROSE MAJUE* WHh JEANETE MacDONALD NELSON EDDY THURSDAY -- FRIDAY AtSO BETTY BOOT TUDGY OTt WATCHMAN" Mi U*w»

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