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ftig fi'AILt ftfigs£N6EB, eANANBAfiJUA, N. Y. FRIDAY^ JANUARY 9.1948 New County Committees By Chairman Arthur E. . *-^jfe£ step toward starting | members this year. the machinery of county govern- ' . Geneva city's new supervisor P. ment for 1948 was completed late i Benson Oakley is the new chair : yesterday- when Arthur E. Treble j man of the sheriff's committee of Richmond, new chairman of the which last ear worked with the county board of supervisors announced his list of -standing committee appointments for the year. Slate -CorrecJion commission on plans for a new county jail here and in making case load adjust- Eight committees have been com- j menus. Everett Caiman of Hopej pletely reorganized and. 15 of the i well, -long time board member and total 18 working groups have new j Roy W. Wyman, Frmington's representative for six vears will work total 18 working groups chairmen. Supervisor. W. Robert Lightfoote of Seneca retains chairmanship of the coroners' committee and as- with Oakley. Francis Finnick, one of Canandaigua city's tw.o representatives sumed leadership of the equaii/.a- , -" :! 'c tea: 1 ;! hc.td:-: :!:. ;".";·;;; :i .' tion committee, one of the board's Pn salaries th.s year assisted bj istrict Deputy to Dis Visi isit Rebekah _ Miss Isobel Meehan, Holcomb. district deputy president. of Ontario District 1, Rebekati Lodge, will make her official visit to Canandaigua lodge tonight at, 7:30 in IOOF Temple. Mrs. Lueila Wheeler, noble grand, will preside. The entertainment committee is Mrs. Dorothy Brah.m, Mrs. ; Ada Carter and Mrs. J_avina Carson. tion committee, one of the most important finance assignments. Robert Emory, new Naples Page and Liglitfoote and also the elections committee. Caiman will work w i t h Finnick on the latter supervisor will work w i t h Light- , committee footmen, .the coroners' committep j Canandaigua . s second board r ,ep- t h i s , year; and the following o t h e r ; . ^ n t h j s - 4n.....' nnn.nnr.nvi4 o t i \~nff I t - i l l *'Cl TTfl D I Pi (* . i , tosvit representatives w.l! complete i M l v . n L s encer who nas been |.; c | mirrna n of,. the county , treasurer . s C ommittee. Assisting Bloomfield's commit tee: James C. Reed, -Bristol; James fc. Nine- stine Geneva c.ty; Roy G Swan. sune. geneva c u y , iu,v v,. ^.^.. ( Mm wi]1 ^ East B i oom fi e id's Canadice; John A. Page, Phelps. ; jjewly elecled supervisol . Carleton Fayette Taylor of Geneva town, j B Gauss veteran-'boai-d-member will again i Another newcomer to the board head the finance Committee in · Bruce M a r t i n from Manchester working -out the annflal budgets ; %vju direct ,, ie work of t h e district Eastern Star ' J "* Installs New Officers Here Rising Cost of Living. Street Needs Principal Causes of Hike In Canandaigua's City Budget The risine cost of living, and the '$1.513.90. Increased *- _ f . _ f __ 1^«:«~ nnrl I t ' O G T A ? assisted by Ganandaigua town , atto ,. ney ' S committee w i t h t h e aid I Honeove Falls. About 85 members and guests, including Miss Cora Concanon, Victor, district deputy, attended the installation of new officers .of _ Canandaigua chapter, OES, last night in Masonic Temple. Under direction of Mrs. J. C. .Harden^ stine, dinner was served preceding the ceremonies. Emblematic stars and candles in the five chapter colors, with flowers, decorated the tables. Mrs. Charles E. Lincoln was dining room chairman. Visitors were from Victor and deterioration of the surface of Main street were the most direct causes of the two principal increases in the $212,209.52 general city budget. The eost-of-lh ing boost of salaries and wages in all city .departments, excenang water, amounts to the approximate total of $13, 452.50, while appearing in the miscellaneous i'und is an item for §3, 350 as a down payment on - the estimated $67,000 Main street resurfacing program, which would be financed by 10-year-bonds. However, cuts in appropriations for items in several departments, reduces the net gain of the 1'148 budget- to a total of $6,123:06; while increases in estimated revenues reduce the total to be fa*sw through the general tax levy to $93,439.41, a gain of only $1,448.53, This should hardly effect las tor for 2 St. John s Groups Planning for Lent St. Anne's chapter of. the Woman's" auxil'-ary. St. John)s vhur'cb; held a dessert meeting last evening with, Mrs. .Robert M.' EllioU. North Main street, the' dessert' course preceding a business ses- supemsor Alfred H. Dewey and ; of O akley. Alexander. M. Lane, of Gorham. · Byron' Blazey from Victor who Dewey:'heads the board's seniority ; h a ^' s a t on , n e board for several list -and-Lane has represented Ins town'tor' a number of years. terms this year will head the ju- Past Patron George B. Gregg was installing officer assisted by Mrs. Erne.st C. Pearce, retiring matron, and Mrs. Stuart Patterson year's general tax rate of $9.93 per $1,000 -of assessed valuation, insuring that the rate remains within the legal limit of one per salaries and wages, purchase of equipment, $50. Park department -- swimming school. $1,650. Increased $300; for salaries and wages, $200; for new diving board in purchase of equip- nent item. $100. Parking meters. $2,900. Increased $200, for salaries and wages. Sewer depar;ment. S1.515. Increased $150, lor materials and Sewer department -- disposal. ?4,150. Increased $400 for salaries and wages. Bureau of police. $36,593.64. Net increase, $4.493.41. Increases: salaries and wages, $3,318.41; office expenses, $140; printing and ad- ^vertising, $15; maintenance of equipment, $1,275; materials and supplies, ."5270; traffic lights, $25. Decreases: purchase of equipment, $550. : Bureau of. fire-fire force. $19, 405.80. Increased $2,373. For salaries and wages, $1.648; mainte- oem. sion. Members voted §5 toward a fund lor the new Diocesan Houie* "in Rochester. The group will, sponsor one of. a series of'silver. leas- during Lent. Plans were made to serve supper u precede the [Woman^ auxiliary meeting Ja-n. -3.C in the' parish'house. Mrs. Rkrh'ard Jameson, Rochester, will be speaker. The next meeting, Feb. 5, 8 p. m., will be with "Mrs. M. L Spencer, Fort Hill avenue. -Plans for observing Lent niut holding a silver tea during t h a t season were made last night at a meeting of St. Hilda's chapter with Mrs. Robert C. Dunn at the rectory. .- .". '.'.'; . The meeting, was preceded ·by Strong Breeders' Organizdto Urged at Me Sheep*" '' The potential ; 6f-the purebred, Rodney Pease. sheep industry lies in a strong | agriculturalI age^t, breeders' organization," L. K. Bear, i with the Bureau _ Ohio State sheep specialist told ' and Markets m-'AH members of the state purebred im- i master at last mgl prove ment project *and the .state i introduced Pro*; J . . l ...rtii^** s*.m~*r\fir'**'t II." oT tl f fl ! 1* AOrl · f\f- l-Trt 1*11611 ,S-. sheep growers' cooperative 'at a j head "· of ".Cornell's, joint dinner-meeting last night. The two groups. areicoriduc'U'ng a two-day state conference, here to hear reports of mmmeemen from 11 counties who represent each breed of sheep, produced in, the state and to eleci new officers and directors. ment and Dr. D. Veterinarian .: ,i · ·. ' Willrnan told.to* .feeding of vitaiilirt to solve the stiff He outlined .varioii which are being ru nance of equipment, S725. _. . ! Bureau of fire-fire house. $4. City Reserve Fund , a59 ]ncreased ST92; f o r salaries Bui of equal importance s t h e ] and wage .s, $24: materials and sup- fact that tha city's rainy-day rc- servo held -n the general c-qtiip- ( diciary group w.hich deals with as marshals; Mrs. Kathryn Her-| ;yient an( ^ maintainance f u n d , year heads the pub- selection of grand jurors and the | r j n gton. chaplain; Mrs. John R. j w -hich was accumulated from :in- ageneies, 'and. the old age assis- ; as t he second member. tance-program. Working wirti him Edwin· G. Dobbin, Geneva city's this'year..are: Fred Howes, West second representative again heads Bloomfield.and Richard D. Morse, n, e workmen's compensation in- SoUth ·· Bristol-, both new board SU rance committee with Wyman, --^-- : r-- : -- " i Ninesline and Treble completing Easy to Say Say to' your bartender "Utica irirfo W mine nlease." Advt. CL'UB for mine please. lie welfare committee which works county's courts. Emory will assist. ; Hopkins, warder; Mrs. W. Stanton closely.'with the office of the com- j The general administration com- j Webster, musician, and Miss Carol missioner, _ the county .home a n d ! mittee this year is led by Roy G. | E. Burden, soloist, lurm .hospitals, veieiah.V n/livf j swan from Canauice u i l i i Finnic. 1 !: . otlicers installed Inducted.were: Worthy matron, Mrs. Benjamin R. Mason; patron, Milton S. Hall; associate matron, Mrs. Charles E. Lincoln; secretary, Mrs. J. Hart Kinsey; treasurer, Mrs. Milton S. Hall; condustress, Mrs. George Stanton; associate conductress, Mrs. Claude G. Baker; chaplain, Mrs. J. C. Hardeji- stine; marshal, Mrs. Dale.C. Lester; assistant marshal, Mrs. Clarence McMahon: historian, Mrs. Luther R. Mover; musician, Mrs. Jane Shepard:"warder, Mrs. Howard Lamphier; sentinel, Mrs. Carrie A. Persons; color bearer, Mrs. Harold C. Mayer; Adah, Mrs. Ellis Hallock: Ruth, Mrs. Thomas H. Tackbary: Esther, Mrs. Arthur J. Stanton; Martha, Mrs. Milton M. Munson; Electa, Mrs. Frederick G. Kinde; trustee for three years, MrSi Pearce. Reports for the year were presented by the retiring matron; historian' Mrs. Harry Clauss, .and Mrs. Benjamin Mason, chairman of the sunshine committee, preceding the installation, which, was followed. by presentation of gifts. Many Presentations Mrs. Pearce presented a register to the chapter and received a gift from the chapter, presented Clearance SALE | jJan. 6th thru I Oth j the slate. Wyman was returned to the chairmanship of the agriculture committee assisted by Gauss and Taylor. The -remainder of the committees include: Court house, Page and Caiman; 'legislation and fan-, proved methods, Treble, Dobbin, and Spencer; supervisors' Morse and Gauss. at Methodist WSCS ft · n i Ali* Seats Officers £ FtOYO'S SPORT SHOP C4- » I Installation of officers, . annual ! ] reports of officers anc chairmen, r-iinouiTppKie:it of 1948 ":ommitt?es ;ri(l ;; oj-dicalion puogrL»n featured the ,;?.nu:Jry meeting of the Methodist \V'i'«enV Society-.of Christian 9,, r .-;,. P -.'iflfl vesterdav afternoon «:· . .'if,'..-- _ » g : j- YOURSELF nual operating surpluses throughout many past years, and .which has : been untouched for the^ past several years, is -lacing w i i i i u i a v v - als that" may total $14,850. This sum would be used for. the purchase-of a new truck and street flusher, 53,200 and SS.600 respectively, a new traffic light, $1,000, a chain-link fence for Red Jacket park, $850, and- - boilers for' "the" two firehouses, Sl,200. A summary of total appropriations, listing net increases, and the purposes of f:ittih. follows: Assessors. $1,608. Increased by $112.50. for salaries and wages. Common council. S565. No change. Mayor. $1,495. Increased $100 for salaries. City treasurer. $4.380. Increased $340, salaries. City attorney. $4,050. Increased $1,125, for salaries, $125, and for estimated cost of foreclosing tax liens, $1,000. ·City clerk. Increased S305; salaries, S240, office expense, S65. Civil serv-.ce commission. S430. Increased $100, office 'expenses. Election. $1,8.15. Net increase$100. Salaries and %vages, up $200; other expenses down $100. City sealer. $600. Increased ?nO, salary. Miscellaneous. Net. increase S4, O73 If Tnf»rococ- Prinlincr SlfHV plies, $425; light and power, S40; repairs, $200. Bureau of fire-fire alarm sys-. tern. $1,015. Decreased S300. for materials and supplies. Bureau Of Health Board of health. S4.678. Increased $150; for supplies and 01- fice expenses, $100; for doctors' bills, $50. Although the 1948 budget of the city water department, also a'dopt- ed by the common council^ Wednesday, exceeds that of the previous ' year by nearly $4.000;' it, was brought into balance by an estimated increase in revenue ex- supper iri charge #f Mi*?nvfiry-*:K..' Jones, Mrs., Charlotte Darling, nnd Miss Florence Springer, zjncMughV lighted by the annual Christmas party and. exchange .of gi£t : K-.}Th«; next meeting" will be with Mrs.' Edward Sick, Academy place, Feb. DevereauxNew Leader Will'am J. Devurestix 'was eler- The improvementprojiejct will be ! ewes and 30Q:fee4« headed this- year by Glenn M e - j Dr. Baker Oomi :e . of. Nan (,i Wyoming as ciiuirnmn. Howard Hill of Albion is the association's vice-chairman and George Johnson. Cornell extension sheep worker , retains . the secretary-treasurer post. Increase Not Likely Bear also told sheepmen t h a t disappearance and the strides c ward, the stampin worms of the sma! .Marketing -.specL Roberts spoke of general improves past 20 years. the sheep population is not likely J sheep are again cc to increase t'o any extent unless! own 'throughout"t lamb prices are cut. The f u t u r e of i that progress is ,sl commercial flocks which-, are; tjielaverage breathetfi backbone of the i n d u s t r y . Bear pointed out, is in the running of the one-ram farm flock. "This means tlt.at 1 - cooperative marketing is very'likely to be the efficient way 1 to handle.'the relatively .*malf- -clip.0 on a ' graded j basis'," Bear .said. "Lamb .pools, xvitli principals patterned after the wool pool, shouldl'.iccrtUinHe to provide t i n ; incentive, to do. .a good job." ' ' ' ' · : · · · · "·· The .. f u t u r e i- 60 the .purebred. sheep industry, .B^^y. .said, looks . ._. Bit'n'Spur club last night at a brief business niee.ing held in connection w i t h . -a holiday party and dinner in Grange hall. He succeeds Sherman H. B.eemah, \vlio had' held office- since J he .club w^as orghriized "two years' 'jiscf.'- : .. : orghriized Others chosen were: dent, George L. Zimmerman: secretary, Mrs. Sherman H. Bteman, , . pected to result from the new wa- SUC r. ee( iing Miss Isabelle Thorop- at the church. Lxmcheon. was. served by Adelaide Avenue- group,."under .chairmanship of Miss Jessie Benson, preceding the meeting, which was opened with devotions by Mrs, W. .E. Douglass. . Mrs. Strait President After presentation:, of reports, the/iiev. Lloyd V.rMoflett, pastor, installed the following officers: President, Mrs. -Clifford -N.- Strait; vice-president and program chairman, :Mrs. . .George W.. Urstadt; second- vicerpresiaent and i missionary education: secret aryr^Irs. Clarence A. Benhani; correspohd- ·ri§ secretary, ;Mrs. Floyd. D. B.ut- ler^ - -recording, secretary, ijrs. 'Howard Dewey; treasurer,:, Mrs. oupw;e it to yourself and t your hard-earned tssessiDifri against the many haz for; which', insurance is avail- Wftli. a thought and good advice; a sVefl-balanced program can be arranged to cost surprisingly little. Without obligation, ask us to discuss it with you, --E. R. CHURCH-- FffiE--AUTO--LIABILrry ?honel 74 So. Main Charles -F. mental secretaries and 'committee chairmen as. recentlyj announced. Mrs. Strait announced standing committees, of ·.vhich the chairmen are as follows: Program, Mrs. George W. U r s t a d t ; finance, Mrs. Charles F. Bemis; spiritual life, Mrs. W. Everett Douglass; parsonage, the president and group chairman; social "'relations and local church activities, Miss Ruth Wilder; supplies, Mrs; jAlton S. Johnson; membership, Mrs. Herman Romeiser jr»xec.uuve .bommit- 1ee x officers and group chairmen. A dedication -and consecration service for the work of the coming year was in charge. of the, program committee and included singing of hymns. The next meeting will be Feb.-. 5 with West Lake road group in charge of luncheon-. RETURN TO CITY Mrs. Everett Witter and daughter, Miss Peg-gy Witter, formerly of this city, who have been in Buffalo, are spending some time with Mrs. Winer's tjrbther-in-law, E. B. Spencer, and Miss Jessie Benson, Chapin- street. matron's jewel, presented by the. jatroh, Mr. Hall, and both Mrs. iearce and Mr. Hall received gifts, from the Officers' club, presented by Mrs. Arthur Stanton. ·Mrs. Mason, new matron, presented a white leather covered Bible for the altar to the chapter, accepted by-Patron Hall. She. also received a gift from the chapter, presented by Mrs. George Stanton, and from the district deputy. Miss Goncanon. .Mrs. Pearce gave Her a gavel-pin and she also received [towers and other gifts from friends. In recognition of her. work as -assistant secretary. Miss Kathryn Curtis was presented a gift by Mrs. Kinsey, .secretary.' 194* Cojiuwittees Appointment of standing committees was announced by the new matron as follows: Ways and means, Mrs. F. G. Kinde, Mrs. George Stanton, Mrs. T. H. Tackbary, Mrs. Ellis Hallock, Mrs. Milton Munson and Mrs. Arthur Stanton; sunshine, Mrs. Stuart Patterson, Mrs. Charles Lincoln, Mrs. John D. Cotton, Mrs. Lee Moll and Miss Lillian Freed; finance, Mrs. Kathryn Herrington, Mrs. Donald Howard and Mrs. Leo S. Covel; investigation, Milton Hall, Mrs. F. W. Kaiser and Mrs. Stanton Webster; . kitchen, Mrs. Dale Lester"Mrs. F. H. Jeudevine, Mrs. Milton Hall, Mrs. Benjamin- Mason -and' Mrs, Carrie A. Persons; dining room, Mrs. John R. Hopkins, Mrs. F. William Young. Miss Lutie L. Gooding, Mrs. William I!. Carter and Mr?. Edward employees' . retirement, $2,000; Memorial Day, $75; do\yn payment on bonds to be issued (added item) $3,350. Decreases: Insurance, $1,300; other expenses, $151 .63. Debt Cost Down ter-billing system which went into effect this month. Principal items in which increased appropriations are made for 1948, as compared to the previous year, are for salaries and wages 'at a total of $1,434; light son, who had served. I wo years; treasurer, Mrs. Robert M. Austin, re-elected; custodian of club properties and jaarshal of club activities, Mr. Be?man, and press correspondent, Mrs. WiUiarh H. Welch. In a separate meeting, the and power for the pumping sta- , vounger members elected Darlent tion, $1.000; reconstruction of the.!" -- . , _ _ - . --:.,.~ -....-, reservoir road, $2,000: administrative expense in the office and general fund, $1,000; and of $1.400 j ^ ^..^^ _ for the purchase of equipment in ^,"^1"V"omniiUee, Mr and "Mrs. the operations and maintenance - - - -- fund (this $1.400 sum is included for the purchase of a pick-up as t h e i r v o t i n g representative. A roast beef dinner wa.s serveo upwards of 100 members by the t r u c k ) . Estimated Revenues The .principal increase expected of estimated revenues is a jump of 84,000 in local assistance to be. received from the state, set at $52,000 for 1948. Other major Zimmerman, Mr. and .Mrs. B.ay Brockelbank, Mr. and Mrs. Walter- Kornbau and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Babbitt. Crepe paper in the club colors, blue and gold, decorateu the tables. Exchar_;e of g i f t s from a decorated Christmas tree provided entertainment, together with piano selections by Shirley Scott, Rich- j insecure but", organization was ii.^ieii its Mie only fto'jjtr foi : -SOuO- footing. Farmers ai'e-jbeginning to produce foods especially adapted to'sheep' feed'mg'anfl- are- producing some remai-'kable. results ; he said. The interes.t ,'ki.ndled in the juntor breeder is a a'%ob'd portent and- .should · be.- -encouraged he stated! · . . . . . . : New Comra New committeer provenient project yesterday include:: don Brace, Albipr Glen McNall, 'Wy Ed Buchanan, H boulliets, Charles terlaken; Longwot Continued Pasteuriz PlH¥HOU5E* ' onn r TODAl SATtll Here Are Two "Action and Laugh'-Pa Everyone^ Will Enjoy !, I! SMUGGLED PEARLS . . . STOLEN LIPS., .Public dabt. .§6,050. Decreased $766. Bend retirement, $509; interest, $266. City jud?e. $3,205. Increased S922.5G. Salary, S772.50; office expenses, $150. ,, . Reserve fund. $6,050.23. Decreased S766. Veterans agency. $200. Unchanged. Compensation of beard members. $180. Unchanged. Board of public works--compensation of board members. $130. Unchanged. Office of superintedent (of public works) $5,206.67. Total ' increase $776.67. Salary, §,776.67; office expenses, £10. City hall. $3,550.76. Net decrease $1,639.49. Increases: Salaries and wages, Sl,051; materials and. supplies, $50. 'Decreases: Repairs, S300; clonk, $500. Cemeteries. $2,327.84. Net increase, $541.84. Increases: Salaries, $691.84. Decreases: Materials and supplies, S50. .. Highways. .$65,128. Net decrease $3,867. Increases: Salaries and wages, S3.000; maintainance of equipment, S600; snow and ice removal, $2,000; street marking, 875; street, lighting. $200; and new roof-garase. $400. Decreases: Pur- judge's office, up $3,000 to $6,000, a 100-per-cent jump; $3,000 resulting from the sale of city property acquired in a lax sale of 1943. an item that did not show in 1947; and the $1,448.46 increase in the general tax levy. The estimated revenue totals, and the amount of increase or decrease as compared with the previous year, follows: ' General Tax-$93.439.41. up $1, 448.46; city clerk's office-$2,500, up $100; city treasurer's office. $100, unchanged; city judge's office- 56,000, up $3.000; local assistance to be received from the state$52,000. up $4,000; mortgage taxes$3,500, up $500; from Canandai- jua town's share of city hall ex- jenses-$500, unchanged; interest on legacy-$600, unchanged. Water department administrative expense-$6,500. up $1,000; cemetery trust interest-$70, unchanged; parking meters-Sla.OOO, up $1,000; fire protection districts$3,800, down $127.41; meat inspection-$l,000, unchanged; utility tax-$4,500, unchanged; unapplied share of state utility tax, chap. 116, laws of 1944-56,050.25. down $760- aid from New York state youth commission for recreation program-51,000, unchanged. The 812,249.86 in revenue resulting from the 1947 current surplus represents a decrease of Si. 032.06 from that realized in 1947 from the surplus of 1946. New members seateci were T3r. and Mrs. Norman Lewis, Mr. and Mrs. Orin Doell, Mr. and Mrs. Beryl Manning and Mr. and Mrs. John Purdy. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon H. McCuen were guests of the club. The next meeting will be at the City hall Feb. 4. CALLED BY DEATH Among those called here by the death of Thomas Johnson, Washington street, were Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. Johnson and John H. : Green, Rochester; Lt. ij.g.) James R. Green, Norfolk, Va.; Walter A. Stewart, Southbridge, Mass.. and Miss Mercedes Tierney, Lyons. STA SON Laush 'Riot ; of '48 at Regular 1 PliWHQUISE . . H. Knapp; drill mistress, Mrs. J. | chase of equipment, $10.142. C HaHenstine ' Park denartmenl. $82^. In- C. Hardenstine. The next meeting will be Jan. 22. g^^^^ of 100% Wool B L A N K E T S Units of Home at 's On Meetings Several Canaiuiaigua Home Bureau units have reported on their meetings this week. Canandateua Afternoon unit held an aft-day meeting at the' Court, house tor the lir.st lesion on beginners' sewing. A similar meetinr will be I'eld at the same place .Jan. 15. HopeweJl unit met at the home of Mrs. William Dannahe Thursday for the first lesson in beginners' Dewing, with seven present. Mrs. James Berry, ciiairman, conducted the meeting. The next will be Friday, Jan. 16, at 10 a m. at tt?e home of Mrs. William Stoddard for the second lesson on sewing- " · . , T Aloqum unit met with -Irs. George Vogt Wednesday afternoon to cut patterns for making gloves. Mrs. William R. Pearl, chairman, COMFORTER . PONNOLLY'C VDepartment Store** 195 So. MairlSt. crease, $75, for salaries and wages. Park Department Park department--Red Jacket park. $3,913.4.4. Net decrease, $4, 39Q.50. Increases: Salaries and wages,-$763.44; materials and .supplies, $410; power, $200. Decreases: (the playgrou:id-park ; recreational program item--$500, for 19 d 8. replaces the lighting item, $6,270, of 1947) - $5,770. P a r k depart ment -- K?rshaw park.. $1,863.92, Increased $213.92. for salaries and wages. Park department--lake pier. S500, unchanged. Park depart ment--playground*. Sentence Suspended For two Boys Here A suspended sentence and a two-year period of probation was assessed a'gmnst each of two 18- year-old boys who were arraigned before City* Judge Edward J. Colmey on charges resulting from an alleged trip with two young girls of this rity, The youths, from Williamson and Newark, N. Y., pleaded guilty to violation of .ec.(ion S83 of the Mrs wiina... "·."·"'· V1 TM^ n" P*TM1 law, upon being arraigned presided at a business meet.^, i v r t l l t h f l l - n ff p n d f i r s T hev were when a letter from Mrs. Alice Leete Wheeler, county agent, was read, '.hanking the units for sharing her transportation expenses Jo the national meeting in Chicago and expressing appreciation jor notes of congratulation en her state and national honors. A new member, Mrs. David Gibbs, was seated. Plans .were made .for another glove lesson next Wednes- c»ay with M.rs, V.ogt, the all-day session to begin at 10 a. m. as youthful offenders. They were represented by Samuel Levy, local attorney. The trip with (he fcirls started when the quartet left this city Monday afternoon, police charged. They were apprehended Wednesday afternoon, at Solvay, near Syracuse, by state police, after having traveled as far as Wilkes- Barre, Pa. They were returning to this city at the time, police state. ' Deaths MRS JOSEPHINE P. HORTON Mrs Josephine Phalen Horton, 79 of 39 Chapin street, died early this morning in Thompson hospital after a two weeks' illness. A registered nurse. Mrs. Hot- toii was the widow of Kara Horton, Penn Yan hardware merchant, who died in-1937. She had made her home here for about 10 years. Born in this state. Jan. 5. 186J. she was the daughter of Matthew and Betsv Wyman Phalen, and was a graduate of Buffalo General hospital training school. She was a member of Amity chapter, OES, of Penn Yan. Survivors are a brother and two sisters, Wemple Phalen, Penn Yan; Mrs. S. J- Conley and Mrs. Herbert N. Hicks, Canandaigua; also several nieces and nephews. Funeral arrangements are incomplete. THOMAS JOHNSON Funeral services for Thomas Johnson, nc-nagenarian and retired Canandaigua public official, were held this afternoon from the home, 12Q Washington street, the Rev. Richard H. Bowen, pastor of the Congregational church, olt-.- ciating. Mr. Johnson died Tuesday in Thompson hospital of complications following a fall Aug. . which he suffered a fractured in hip. Bearers were George R. Ellis. Howard Broomfield,- George W. Urstadt, Cornells R. Cornelious, J. Raymond Hurley and Floyd D. Butler, Canandaigua, and Maynard Johnson, Hopewell. Interment will be in Woodlawn cemetery. MEMORIALS QEO. L, MORE GRANITE GO. Tomorrow thru Sunday 2 Grand Hits! UaniREES-Tsn) 0-HIT SONDEIWu! nm FAtiEN 1HE «..BROIHERS S/S m ma *m *WB -mtmam Extra Added Hits: EDGAR KENNEDY COMEDY BLACK WIDOW #7

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