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(THE DAILY MESSENGER, CANANDAIGUA, N. Y., FRIDAY, JANUARY 9,1948 PAGE FIVJf, IOE PALOOKA by Ham Fisher RiOHT, CHIEF. . .HE OUOHTA, 8E 8»CK IUNGY USED TO COME IN HERE, DIDN'T HE? HE AIN'T BEEN IN ALL DW HIS WIFE AIN'T SEEN 'tfc NEITHER. 3UESS HE WENT ONATDOT.VWT'CHA SELUN'? BY THEN... HEDONISM ON lEM WHERE'S THE PROPRIETOR 'PEANUTS"? S'HELP «£ WRACK UP PER'PEANUTS Classified Advertising must be received in the office of The Daily Messenger before 3:00 p. m. to insure publication next day. Stop orders'm'^t be received by 5 p. m. Cret*** ':.A\ not be allowed for errors hi advertisements unless reported before 10 a. m. on the day following first publication. Identity of advertisers using box numbers for "blind ad" replies cannot be revealed. Please do not ask for this information. Advertisers will be required to pay postage when necessary to forward any " K lind ad" replies by mail. The right is reserved to edit or reject any advertising copy. RATES--15c per line .charged, 12c per line cash or if paid within 10 days after first, insertion. 3 consecutive insertions, 13c per line charged, iOc per line cash. Other long term rates on request. Phone 897 \ for Ad Taker ANNOUNCEMENT* ·pttlal Netlse I YOU CAN get popcorn that pops ·t DIBBLE'S Gift Shop. 97-44os CARPENTER WORK--G a r a g e overhead doors, porch enclosures, kitchen remodeling. W. M. Lewis. Honeoye Falls, N. Y. Phone 11-M. X85-10 NOTICE--Carlton M. Hatch, 227 West avenue, Canandaigua, having passed the state examination for real estate broker's license, is no longer in my employ as real estate salesman. Dated January 5, 1948. Arthur L. Young Realty Company, 31 S. Main St., Canandaigua. ' 60-7 WANTED--Room and board for baby. Write in full detail Box F-4 or phone 375-W. x72-8 WANTED--Ride to Canandaigua irom Heefcer's"~Cider Mill about 8:30 a. m,.Phone 1149-W. x!7-7tf WANTED--Washings only. Specialty for uniforms and ruffled curtains. Phone 1294-J. x!7-12 TRACTORS, trucks, automobiles repaired. McMann's Garage, Bliss road, R. F. D. 5, Canandaigua. .... · . . . X63-12 FOR PROMPT, efficient ash and refuse service call 216-J or C. Reese. 81 Chapin St. 13-32 WATER WELLS--For more experience, better equipment and teas coat, call or write Barney A. Mnravec, Penn Yan. Telephone 390. 48-61tf CHAIR SAGGING? Divan Dumpy? We can restore furniture to its original comfort. Right In your home. Work guaranteed. Divan $18.50, chair, $8.75. Phone your furniture problems to Sharkey furniture repair, Cdga. 97. 70-63tf WANTED--Hay and straw. Buy- Ing all grades at top market prices. W. J. Kipp, 18 Niagara St. Phone 137. 47-61tf Lest and Found 2 LOST--Black cat with white markings. Reward, dead or alive. 699 So. Main street. Phone 543-J. X32-11 LOST--2 house keji on a ring in a small brown purse, between Chapin St. and No. Main St. Phone 253, 169 Chapin St. 92-8 LOST--Wedding ring--Tues. Dec. 30. Initials C. W. to M. C. 7-21-17. Please return to 279 Gorham St. 80-7 Fdeds _6 APPLES for eating and cooking, our own pasteurized fruit juices, eggs, potatoes. Will deliver. Phone 1195-R. Hecker Cider Mill. 56-10tf Help Wanted WANTED--Tool and Die makers --modern plant, pleasant working conditions. Apply Personnel office. Velo-King, Inc. 10 Chapin St. Canandaigua. 74-11 F«iMle Help Wenttd 12 WANTED--Dishwasher also waitress. Inquire at Miller's Diner, 20? So. Main St. 61-7 EXPERIENCED HOUSEKEEPER wanted in Geneva by business couple with 12 year child, live in. Modern home, fill conveniences, no laundry, time off, two weeks vacation with pay, use of car. 325 per week. References. Write box D-4, c/o Messenger Office. 47-11 Male Help Wanted 13 WANTED--Married man to work on farm by the year. W. H. Winne, Centerfield Rd., Canandaigua. Phone 1140-M. 78-8 WANTED--Man for permanent responsible position in local tire store. Must have previous sales or business experience. Tire knowledge preferred, but not essential. .Good starting .salary and bdnua. Apply at Dunlop Tire Store 29 So. Main St. 11-11 Wanted 13-A WANTED--Ride to Kodak Park, hours 8 to 4:30. Call 285-W. 68-7 Vv ANTED--Sewing to do at home. Phone 958-J, 48 Parrish St. Upstairs. x26-13 WANTED--Ride to Rochester in vicinity of Kodak Park, hours 8 'til 5. 82 Beal St. x43-ll Farm Equipment 24 20 AND 21 inch cut gasoline driven power lawn mowers in stock. $125 and $150 each. Buy now before prices increase. Charles Coryn, Jr., Canandaigua. 93-9 Situations Wanted 16 WANTED --Farm to work on shares. Have own tools. Walter Randolph, Middlesex. x72-8 FIREMAN and maintenance man. Call 1163-L-3. x5-17 AUTOMOTIVE Automobiles For Sale 17 FOR SALE--1933 Chrysler sedan, good rubber. Phone 130-W. 29 Sheldon St., Shortsvill", N. Y. 38-11 1940 BUICK special sport coupe, good condition, price reasonable. 185 Howell St. Phone 257-W. X72-7 USED CAR--1932 4 door sedan black, new tires, new battery, motor overhauled, new- brakes. $295.00 cash. 6 Atwater Park. Phone 753-W. x85-9 Highest Prices Paid on the Spot USED CARS A. W. White Ontario St. Phone 188 Jp OK SAL/£i--JLU-iU ruuuac o cvi. ^. door, excellent condition. Privately owned. 211 Davidson Ave. Phone 512-R. x~2-8 FOR SALE--1945 Army Jeep, 17, 000 miles, one owner. Excellent condition. Reasonable for cash, i-hone Holcomb 342-B. x43-H Highest U S E D fncei tut C A R S Carter Phillips Motors, Incorporated Phone 290 Tires and Accessories (9 U. S. ROYAL tires, Dunlop tires. DIBBLE'S Lake Shore station. 23-59tf WHEN IN NEED of automobile glass call on me at Centerfield, N. Y. Can give you a factory type job while you wait. Glass channels and felts in stock. L. H. Loven, Route 5 20, Centerfield, N. Y. 40-32 Farm Equipment 24 TWO USED 21 inch cut gasoline driven power lawn mowers in good condition. A real buy at 575.00 each. Charles Coryn, Jr.. Canandaigua. Phone 1125-W. 93-9 SPREADER TYPE lime sowers for immediate delivery. $50 each. Charles Coryn, Jr., Canandaigua. 93-9 Eggs and Poultry 28 BRAY CHICKS, day-old and started immediate delivery. Or we'll book for later delivery. New York U. S. approved, pullorwn clean. Bray Hatchery, 116-C Myrtle Ave., Buffalo 4, N. Y. x!7-7os MERCHANDISE Articles Per Salt 32 7 PC. WALNUT dinette set, like new. Tabletop combination coal and gas stoves. Neilson's, 16 Coy St. 15-*6tf LEGAL NOTICES NEW. FIRESTONE tractor tires, tubes and rims. We will cut down your steel wheels and load your tires with calcium in our shop. Get our prices today. Charles Coryn, Jr., CanandaigUa. 93-9 TRACTOR MODEL m a n u r e spreaders with wheels for 20" truck tires. Received carload this week. $275.00. Don Howard, Canandaigua. 75-11 4 BURNER gas range, cheap. Phone 467-R, 35 Fort Hill Ave. Call evenings. . 41-11 PIPE FURNACE--New Meuler-also used air compressor. Call 173 or can be seen at 80 Clark St. X32-11 SPRING-TOOTHED HARROWS, 3 or 4 section with reversible or plain teeth. Immediate delivery. Don Howard, Cdga. 64-10 2 BROODER HOUSES, 1 milk cooler. Phone 1308-W. 48-11 McCORMICK DEERING 4 roll corn shredder in good condition. Charles Coryn, Jr., Canandaigua. Phone 1125-W. 93-9 8 AND 12 FOOT Rotary Hoes in stock. One of these machines will rid your crops of soil robbing weeds at a low cost. Charles Coryn, Jr., Canandaigua. 93-9 CROSS-CUT SAWS, wedges, log chains, log chain repair links, single and double axes. PECK Hdw. Co. 37-14 RURAL parcel post box, meat saws, cleavers, rock salt. Coy St. hdw. 36-14 STUDIO COUCH, curtains, electric plate, ironing board and lamp shades. Call 1022-W. x85-8 MEDIUM sized heater for sale, coal or wood--also boar pig about 1 yr. old, good size. Phone Hoi- comb 471-B. x85-9 5 FT. REVOLVING bookcase. Call 1113-M. 87-9 JUST RECEIVED carload of springtooth harrows. 3 and 4 sections, With-reversible point teeth. Get yours now. They won't last longv Charles Coryn, Jr., Canandaigua. 93-9 SEVERAL sets- good used 11-36, 10-38, .'11-38 tractor tires at a reasonable price. Your steel wheel tractor would be worth several dollars more if a set of these- tires, tubes and rims were installed. See us today. Charles Coryn, Jr., Canandaigua. 93-9 FOR SALE--Spinner and gasoline motor washers, 6 different types. All in good condition, l.eary's Washer Service, 10 Covill St., Victor. Phone 109. x85-8 THE PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK, By the Grace of God Free and Independent. To Norma Duck Grundy No. 1326 E. Corby Blvd. South Bend, 17, Indiana; Marjory Duck (also known as Margaret Duck) No. 920 N. Hill Street, South Bend, Indiana; Charles Duck No. 3436 B. Kilawea Avenue, Honolulu, 26 T.H; John V. Neenan No. 6912 Osceola Avenue, Chicago, Illinois; Catherine Barrett No. 512 Banbury Road. Arlington Heights. Illinois; Edward W. Neenan No. 2549 W. Wilson Avenue, Chicago, Illinois; Daniel Neenan No. 1021 N.W. Peter Street, South Bend, Indiana; James Neenan No. 1021 N.W. Peter Street, South Bend, Indiana; George Moran No. 730 Ridgewoort Road, Milburn, New Jersey; John Neenan No. 726 No. 49th Street, Milwaukee, Wisconsin; Thomas Neenan, Jr. No. 1727 Hill Drive, Los Angeles, California; Louis Duck, R.R. 3, Cassoplis, Michigan; Gertrude Neenan Morart East Bloomfield, New York; Estate of Jane Costello, Penn Yan, New York; Estate of John Costello, Penn Yan, New York; Jennie Costeilo Colmey, Penn Yan, New York and France B. Bassett East Bloomfield, New York who are interested as creditors, next of kin legatees, or otherwise, in the estate of Daniel Neenan, late of the Town of East Bloomfield, in Ontario Countv, N. Y., deceased, GREETING: Upon the petition of Edward Neenan, William Neenan of East Bloomfield. New York and Samuel R. Levy of Canandaigua, New HYDRAULIC lift snow plow! New! Has "A" frame complete! Fits Dodge truck! Big saving! C. H. Ryerson, Inc. No. Main St. jenone t»b-n. ou-j Furnished Rooms 45 NICELY FURNISHED sleeping room for rent. Centrally located. Call 225-R, 25 Gorham St. x"2-8 WARM~SLEEPING ROOM,"very central. Phone 492-J or 40 Greig TOT-T-PPO 82-8 I 2--3 AND 5 ton capacity farm wagons on rubber or drop center wheels 'in stock. Charles Coryn, Jr., Canandaigua. Phone 1125-W. 93-9 CARLOAD disc' harrows in stock. 7-8-9 foot sizes, 16 or 18 inch blades. Also orchard or vineyard disc with 20 inch blades. Buy before prices increase. Charles Coryn, Jr., Canandaigua. 93-9 10--11 FOOT single gang culti- packers' with 15 or 18 inch packer wheels and weight boxes. 3100 each and up. Charles Coryn. Jr., Canandaigua, N. Y. 93-9 9--10 AND 13% inch Minneapolis- Moline, Gehl and Harvey Red Head hammermills with or without cutterhead, for immediate delivery. Charles Coryn, Jr., Canandaigua. 93-9 7--8 AND 10 FOOT cultimulchers in stock for immediate delivery. The fastest working tillage tool on t he market. Charles Coryn, I Jr., Canandaigua. 93-9 ' PAGE 2 horse-power garden tractor and cultivator, Bready l'-j horse power garden tractor and equipment, Redman Roth 3 and 5 horse power tractors with forward and reverse speeds, plows, cultivators, sickle bar, etc., now available. Charles Coryn, Jr., Canandaigua. 93-9 Livestock 26 FOR SALE--Geernsey cow, 6 years old. freshens about Jan. 25th. E. E. Rood, Holcomb. Phone 298. 76-7 FOR SALE--Pigs--7 weeks old. Ben Johnson. Phone 1110-R. 01-0 WANTED--Number of fresh cows or springers. Gene Fisher, Holcomb, N. Y. Phone 292. x72-9 Want Ads Pay Big Dividends NEIGHBORLY NEIGHBORS by Oscar Hitt MV LANP, NOW WHM"$ KEEPING PETERS ?,.. WE'RE TO 0e AT THE AIRPORT \N 20 MINUTES TO LEAVE FOR HOME/- GRACIOU^ I HOPE HE HA5NT FORGOTTEN THE NAME OF THI5 HOTEL//... THAT MAN- HE'LU GIVE ME CRAY HAIR V£T../?' HIM ALL RIGHT/ AND 50METHIr*i'|5 KEEPING HIM KALAMAZOO heating stove, coal or xvood. John De Smith. Bristol Center, N. Y. x85-9 DUNCAN GLASS 35 66 95 pc. dinner sets. Ecko, Mirro-Malu Presto pressure cookers. Gift China Shop, PECK'S Snd floor. 37-11 ROUND HEATER, medium sized. In very good condition. Reasonable. Phone 628. 58-11 HEAVY cocoa mats, something that has not been on the market for years. We have them at the ELLIS Hdw. ,' 54-12" FEED the wild birds, while tht. snow is on the ground. We have the mixed seed in 5 Ib. packages at the ELLIS Hdw. 54-12 SINGLE SHOT, tubular, and clip 22 cal. rifles are now here at the ELLIS Hdw. Sporting Goods. 54-12 FOR SALE--Cheap, Cable Nelson player piano, Kenmore washing machine, Norge space heater. Cdga. Sxpress, 148 Bemis St. Phone 743. 81-8 BUN WARMER, Pyrex ware, 6 cup dripolator, Revere ware, games. Gift China Shop, PECK'S Snd. floor. 79-8 FOR SALE--Maple bed, springs and mattress, 2 overstuffed c!ia ; .r5. 1 -1 drawer chest. 1 dmp leaf 4 wheel tea table, 1 ply board shelf cupboard. 40 Chapin St. Thurs., Fri., Sat. evenings. 77-S WHITE ENAMELED kitchen stove, oil burners--can be used for cooking; coal grates can be obtained, 3^'0 No. Main St. 4M2 BABY CARRIAGE. aluminum Taylor Tot. Phone 416-W. x59-10 ACE FARM HOME FREEZERS^ stainless steel tops, cork insulation. 10--15--20--21 and 30 cubic foot. Special price this month only. Don Howard, Cdga. 64-10 FOR SALE -- Ne\v^ black ice skates, plate glass walnut vanity dresser and other articles, 501 So. Main St. Phone 43-M. 63-7 GRAY 100% interlined coat, new, too large for owner, size 10. 530.00. Write box F-l. c/o Messenger Office. 62-7 HEATED SLEEPING ROOM, garage available. 99 Chapin St. or phone 1269-R. 73-8 2 SLEEPING ROOMS or a 3 room apartment. Write box A-l, c/o Messenger Office. 88-9 Stores and Offices 49 OFFICE ROOMS--Centrally located. Frank Grabner. x59-10 REAL ESTATE FOR SALE Houses For Sale Bl APT. WANTED--Permanent VA employee seeks apt. for self, wife and infant son; furnished or unfurnished; heated or unheated; in or out of city; to ?45.00; Write box G-3, Daily Messenger, Canandaigua, N. Y. 90-9 Houses For Sale 51 6 ROOM HOUSE, east side all modern conveniences. Immediate possession. Price $4000. W. H. Hawley, Broker. Phone 399-W. 32 Greig Terrace, Canandaipiua. 42-11 FOR SALE--One house, five rooms and bath, hardwood floors, modern kitchen, automatic oil heat, insulated. ONE 8-ROOM HOUSE w i t h bath and modern kitchen. Call 1024-W. xS5-9 A PERFECT family home just off North Main St. with every desired modern convenience. Automatic heating, built-in kitchen, h a r d w o o d floors, insulation, beautiful residential street where traffic is at a minimum. First time offered for sale. W. H. Hawley, Broker. Phone 399-W, 32 Greig Terrace. 57-13 Dougherty Reviews Youth Delinquency CLIFTON SPRINGS--The first in the series of talks on youth, scheduled at the Rotary club for January, was given at the weekly \ luncheon on Tuesday by Rev. Em-' melt Dougherty, rector of St. Felix' church. Father Dougherty emphasized that juvenile delinquency is not only a problem of youth, but adults as well. "The basic faults of youth," he said, "are the basic faults of society itself, which cannot be severed from" the evils that gave them root. Poverty, slums, lack of opportunity for making a decent living, discrimination because of color or race, are the problems of all. Youth did not create these conditions. Today the age of the average criminal is only 19 years, thus the change must come in the home, in the setting of a good example by parents." Continuing, the speaker said, "Christianity is nothing and has little appeal to youth if its principles are not carried out in our lives. Education has its value but will not make a nation great unless there is character;" In closing. Father Dougherty said, "If we want our children changed, we must change ourselves." Dewey Changes Whipping Boys, Attacks Federal Administration Legal Notices York as executors of the . Last Will and Testament of Daniel Neenan, deceased. You and each of you, are hereby cited to show cause befbre our · Surrogate of our County of Ontario, at the Surrogate's Court caused the seal of the said Surrogate's Office, in the City of Canandaigua, in said County of Ontario, on the 26th day of January, A.D. 1948 .at ten o'cle-ek in the forenoon, why the account of Edward Neenan, William Neertan and Samuel R. Levy as Executors of the Last Will and Testament of Daniel Neenan. Deceased should not be judicially settles and allowed. IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, We have caused the seal of the said Surrogate's Court to be hereunto affixed. WITNESS, HON. FREDERICK T. HENRY, Surrogate of said County, at Canandaigua, the 18th day of December one thousand nine hundred and forty-seven. BURRELL T. CAPPON Clerk Surrogate's Court. Samuel R. Levy, Attorney for Accountant 90 Main Street South Canandaigua, N. Y. THE PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK To Hugh Handley and Elizabeth McKinnon Handley, the father and mother of Daniel Joseph" Handley, deceased, and to "Mary" Handley, the widow, if any, of said UUOC^IIl Farms and Land REAL ESTATE RENTALS Apartments For Rent 42 2 ROOM APARTMENT, unfurnished, private bath, heat, gas and electric. Business woman preferred. Write box E-2, c/o Messenger Office. 49-12 FOR RENT -- Immediate possession, 3 room apartment, unfurnished, 51 Bristol St. Sec Chas. Speers or call 499-W. 51-11 Houses For Rent 43 FOR RENT--Year around home, complete with bath, -1 rooms completely furnished. 2 adults only. 5 miles up East Lake road. Phone 399-W. 7J-7 FURNISHED house with modern improvements for 2 months while in Florida. Phone 1089-W. 46-15 SIXTY ACRE farm near Canandaigua, improved road, level loam soil, all tillable, two barns, good seven room house, steam heat (oil burner), modern bath, electricity. Possession at once. SIXTY ACRE farm, off Route 5 20. Six acres wheat, barn, hen house, well, spring, seven room house, bath, electricity. Stock and tools optional. A r t h u r L. Young Realty Company, 31 South Main street, Canandaigua. Phone 500. Successor to Ray W. Johnson Real Estate Company. 89-8 74 ACRES, good productive loam, no buildings, has good hard road frontage, nearly all workable or would make excellent pasture, plenty of water. Can be bought for $30 per acre. Phone Honeoye Falls 507-F-6. 83-11 Wanted, Real Estate 55 WANTED--Homes in Canandaigua and surrounding towns for clients with cash. Florence Trie- key, Canandaigua. 53-85tf WANTED TO BUY--House, must be moderately priced and pass for G. I. loan. Write box E-5, c/o Messenger Office. x59-7 WANTED--Listings of farms, city, village and business property. Arthur L. Young Realty Co., 31 So. Main St. Canandaigua. Phone I 500. 60-5tf , the name "Mary" being fictitious, the true name of said person being unknown to petitioner, whose residences and post office addresses are unknown and cannot be ascertained after diligent search and inquiry, and if they are either of them be dead, to his, her or their personal representatives, heirs at law, next of kin or distributees, and to all persons who are or claim to be heirs at law, next of kin or distributees of said Daniel Joseph Handley who died August 10, 1947, a resident of the City of Geneva, N. Y., which persons, if any there be, and their names, residences and postoffice addresses are unknown and cannot be ascertained after diligent search and inquiry, upon the petition of Frank M. Corwin who resides at the City of Geneva, N. Y. You and each of you, are hereby cited to show cause before our Surrogate of our County of Ontario, at the Surrogate's Court of said County, at the City Hall in the City of Geneva in said County of Ontario, on the 21st day of January A.D. 1948, at 10 o'clock a.m., why a decree should not then and there be made awarding letters of administration upon the estate of Daniel Joseph Handley, the above named decedent, to Edward T. Hanley, Esq. Ontario County Treasurer, Canandaigua, N. Y. IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, we have caused the seal of our Surrogate's Court to be hereunto affixed. WITNESS, Hon. Frederic T, Henry, Surrogate of said County, at Canandaigua, the 17th day of December in the year of our Lord one ' thousand nine hundred and forty-seven. BENEDICT F. MACK, Deputy Clerk- Surrogate's Court David Gregory, Attorney for Petitioner, 5 Seneca Street Geneva, N. Y. STOCKHOLDEKS' ANNUAL MEETING The annual meeting of (he Stockholders of ONTARIO COUNTY TRUST COMPANY for the election of three directors and the transaction of any other business that may properly come before the meeting, will be "held at the office of said Trust Company. Canandaigua, New York, on Tuesday, the thirteenth day of January, 1948, at 3:30 o'clock P. M. W. DONALD JOHNSON Secretary NOTICE TO BIDDERS The Board of Public Works of the City of Canandaigua will receive sealed bids for the furnishing of a 1948. 'i-tpn, pickup truck. further specifications may be obtained at the office of the Superintendent of Public Works in the City Hall. Bids will be received up to o p. m. Tuesday, January 20th, 1918. at the office of the City Clerk. EDWARD B. ANDROSS, City Clerk Dated: January 8th. 1948 By Harry O'Donnell ALBANY. (Jf)--There were no calendars visible in the high-ceil- inged assembly chamber when Governor Dewey read his annual message to the legislature. But it was easy to deduce it was 1948. During the 1947 session the governor used the legislature's Democratic minority as a whipping boy. This week h flogged the Truman and Roosevelt Administrations as responsible for 'the country's "perilous situation" economically. In 19-17, Dewey repeatedly lump- trouiury renders tuC^G articulate blocs seeking to have the state spend more than the administration had deemed prudent. . This week Dewey spoke of "many demands.. .we carinot meet" and commented mildly that "It would be pleasant to incur the friendliness of all these good people..." The audience quickly realized that Dewey at last was publicly acknowledging the arrival of "1948" with its full political connotations. Until then, Dewey had been more or less enthusiastically oblivious to 194 Dewey had not been talking more than three minutes before political observers in the chamber- and that included practically everyone--decided he no longer was throwing political curves, but was firing his high, hard one. And he was pitching "with ail the style of a candidate for the political est company.* fl£ v.'ss s a s e facing 206 New York assemblymen and senators but observers agreed his delivery was aimed 'beyond them. His blunt accusation that the Truman and Roosevelt administrations were responsible for the "high cost of everything" was regarded in most quarters as the probable pattern of Dewey's campaign for the GOP presidential nomihatioh-and the White House, if he's renomihated,' There also was a factor 'of more immeriate, practical consideration. ation. President Truman delivered his annual state of the union message to Congress on the same day. Dewey, in order to compete with the president for newspaper headlines, had to cover more than routine state issues in his message to the legislature. So, some of the less poetic souls reasoned, Dewey hit hard on inflation and the high cost of living, a subject near as well as dear to almost everyone. This alleged tactic not only improved Dewey's chances of getting into headlines but tended to put him "into the act," for Truman also dwelt heavily on inflation and ·the high cost of living. ' leaders were waiting for the r - idcnt to finish before they openea up. . Obviously, the Democrats _4UW Republicans will blame the , tit^ cost oi living on each other in-tne 1948 campaign. ' Vjr- Dewey already has begun J»» drive. Like all his politic^ fight*. it undoubtedly will be marked Djr the forensic tactics and efficiency of a successful prosecuting auor-. ney. " . In his message, Dewey contended that devaluation of the dollar, piling up of tii« national .£ebt s*»" policies which "discouraged" production during the new deal days were the underlying cause of the present "inflationary wnirhvWd- Specifically, he charged,- Preaa* dent Truman's executive order of Oct. 30, 1945, which relaxed wage controls, "undermined" the ."entire" structure of wartime Inflation control." . .,-_ "This fatal action," Dewey said, "together with bad enforcement generally, destroyed the effectiveness of price controls by the sum-. mer of 1946. Thus xvas launched ihe wage-price-profit spiral which soon wrecked the last vestiges of inflation control and brought about the present exorbitant scale of living costs." That one charge had all the earmarks of a high, hard pitch. But : it "was a quick-breaking curve. Dewey fired it with a variation of the prosecutor's "where-K'Cre- you-on-the-night -of- June 13th" 4 - - f , .- I -. ,, -, tcciiiiiQuc. He noted carefully that the nation was "launched" toward . the "present exorbitant" high prices "by the summer of 1946." . He didn't say so but reliable sources say Dewey can prove the Republicans did not take over control of congress until January. 1947. So, who done it? Star of "Singapore" the forefront with Truman. Here was the titular leader Of the Republican party throwing a high, hard cost-of-liying .pitch at Truman an hour before the president had started speaking his own piece. By virtue of adroit planning and timing Dewey was in print with Truman while other Republican Centerfield MRS. EARL APPLETON Canandaigua R3 Phone Can. 1020-W- Up-to-Date . . . Tax and Accounting Service HAROLD T. MARSH 37 Scotland Road --Phone 437-8-- CENTERFIELD--Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Hall and Mrs. Maud Curtis, North Centerfield road, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Gillette, Lima. Mrs. Lee Northrop and Miss Carol Northrop. North Bloomfield road, have heen visiting Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Northrop, Oswego. Mr. and Mrs. Lorenzo Ptmly entertained at dinner Mrs. Frank Wilkinson, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Henehan and children. Canandaigua, on Sunday in honor of the birthday of Mrs. Purdy, New Michigan road. -Mr., and Mrs. Howard Thompson and family were recent guests of ?· and Mrs. Clifford Outhouse ana family, Hopewell. Mrs. Charles Castle. Canandai- sua, has been with her sister, Mrs. Ted Dixon. who lias been ill at her home, Cheshire road. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Clauss were called lu Li-Ruy by l!:c suc!tk-;-. death of Mr. Clauss' nephew, Robert Clauss. Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Brockelbank entertained Mr. anrt Mrs. George Matter, Rochester. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Purdy and daughter, Jeanne. Mr. and Mrs. John J. Purdy, and Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Brock- clbank at dinner. Richard Clauss, LcRoy, spent several days with his unc'le. Harry Clauss and Mrs. Clauss, Canandaigua. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Fletcher were Tuesday night dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Burton Fletcher, Bristol Center. Mrs. Earl Fletcher will be hostess to the Harmony circle at the home of her mother, Mrs. Nellie Pcrrinc, Bristol road, on Jan. 11 As the. romantic interest in the film, Ava Gardner Is teamed with Fred MaoMurray In the thrilling melodrama "Singapore" starting a two-day run at the Playhouse Theatre with the companion feature, "Rose of Santa Rosa." For Bonds, Fire--Liability--Marine Insurance Phone 2BO J. B. PATTERSON SON 33 North Main Street Legion Building DIVIDENDS AN ADDED BENEFIT Home and office, near or far, our skilled men assure your satisfaction! GANANDAIGUA EXPRESS SERVICE Phone 743 Notice! The Enamel Plant Will Resume Operations 12 Mid-Night Sunday, Jan. 11 Hi i i LISK SAVORY, INC. *· ..__-

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