The Daily Messenger from Canandaigua, New York on July 17, 1939 · Page 3
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Canandaigua, New York
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THE DAILY MESSENGER, CANANDAIGUA, N. T, MONDAY, JULY 17,1939. "·*»; A Canandugu* 1 Bud FMtWM -- IntCFMttllf RESERVE YOUR Charges Leveled inst Roberts Are Made Public Agai Claims of Misconduct on Part of District Attorney Filed in Group's Petition Charges filed against District ing; Al Jaquins, merchant; T. J. Attorney Oarrollton A. Roberts with Kelleher, retired; H. B. Tuttle, by .. r Governor Lehman "Citizen's Committee" asking his removal from office for alleged corruption in Ontario County were made public today. The charges are contained in the petition sent to Governor Lehman signed by 15 Ontario County residents, including two Canandaigu- aas, 11 Geneva residents, and two Naples residents. Roberts has been given 20 days to file his answer with the Governor. One of the signers of the petition, a resident of Geneva, is said to have stated yesterday that he did not know the nature of the paper he signed, claiming that he thought it. concerned parking meters. * Signatures reported on the petition included L. H. Guard, merchant; Roy C. Goodwin, job print- a so-call-Hl'photographer; W. O. Riegle, grocer; S. H. Merrill, Colonel commanding LOCAL GRANGE HOLDS OUTING 85 Conduct Annual Picnic at Roseland; Sports Prizes Awarded J. J. Leany, railroader; J. Bolger, nurseryman; the 108th Infantry, N. Y. National Guard; Thomas William C. Yerg, sergeant, Geneva Police Department; Miss Ruth Wienert, newspaper reporter, all of Geneva; J. E. Lyon, Naples, dairyman; J. C. Morgan, Naples, postmaster; William J. Fogarty, Canandaigua, factory worker and W. D. Powers, Canandaigua, retired. Reasons Alleged fur Misconduct The charges are that the district attorney had been derelict in his duties for the following reasons: "(A) Improper exercise of his duty before the February Grand Jury of Ontario County, investigating R. W. Morris, Geneva Chief of Police in the following particulars: 1-- Subordination of perjury in the testimony of witness, Helen Wilson, before said Grand Jury. 2-- Failure in his duty to elicit all information possible from witnesses before said Grand Jury. 3-- Misleading said Grand Jury into a finding without acquainting said jurors with all the facts in the matter. 4-- Refusal to call in witnesses before said Grand Jury persons who had knowledge which should have been imparted to said jurors. 5-- Discussion of his course of action before said jury, with Leon A. Curry, leader of the Republican Canandaigua -Grange TMmbers ^ __ ^ _^_ and their families, numbering 85,1 . th CJt Qf Geneva · .;_, a 0 H 4..i^^in,r *f T7ftc**lann f V J · Said Revealed Secrets B) -- Improper revelation secrets of his office to Leon picnicked Saturday at Roseland Park. In addition to the picnic dinner, served under direction of Mr. and Mrs. John J. Purdy, Mr. and Mrs. of A. Mrs. Harry Brown, an extensive j sports and contest program and the ' park amusements provided entertainment. Prizes were awarded as follows: Ball tossing, Miss Elizabeth Lee; shoe tying contest, Kenneth Bliss; girls' foot race, Doris Jean Carlile; necktie tieing, Mrs. Alfred H. Dew- in the City of Geneva. (D)--Intimidates witnesses who have knowledge of official corruption in the City of Geneva. (E)--Association in a law firm with M. M. Chacchia, son of the alleged colleitor of graft from disorderly houses in Geneva. HONEOYEMANJl, KLLEDBYAUTO Charles Eldridge Dies Instantly When Hit by Rochester Car A 71-year-old Honeoye salesman, struck and carried 80 feet through a vire fence on the bumper of a car driven by a Rochester youth, iuitantly killed Saturday afternoon on the outskirts west of the village. The body of the victim, Charles Eldridge, had to be cut free of th' j entangling wire. He is the sixth person in Ontario County to be killed in motor vehicle accidents since Jan. 1. Sheriff Walter A. Filing, this n.'orning questioned William Lorl,z. 21, Rochester, driver of the car, confined to Thompson Memorial Hospital for shock and cut;? on the cheek and neck. He said he was unable to definitely place the responsibility for the cause of the accident until the youth recovers sufficient' y to coherently answer questions. Eldridge, according to stepped out of his car, parked off tlv highway at a gas station, 1 .vhen he was struck by the Rochester car Lodged on the bumper, he wa? carried 50 to 60 feet across a yard through the wire fence and into an apple orchard. Asleep in the car besides Lortz. according to Sheriff Ellu.g and Un- dersherifl Harold G. Baccn. w«.? Howard Henning, 31, also of Rochester. He suffered lacerations of the lace and was given first aid by a physician. Glass penetrated Lortz y neck near his jugular vein. Coroner A. M. Stewart, Naples, also investigated the- fatality. Eldridge is survived bj cue daughter, Miss Bessie Eldridge. a Syracuse school teacher. Locals William H. Townsend auc Maude Townsend, of Chapin Street, are visiting their sister, Mrs. W. :· Allen and family, in Detroit for tv,c weeks. Billy L. Hamilton (above) Arkansas City, Kas., salesman, was found shot to death in a roadside ditch near Woodstock, 111., and police expressed a belief he might have been kid- naped by Jack Russell, escaped Oklahoma convict. The body of the 23-year-old Kansan was identified by an uncle. TRAFFIC COUNTS City Police, Troopers Arrest for Speeding, Improper City police and state troopers of the Canandalgua patrol arrested 19 motorists for traffic violations over the weekend. Joe Parsace. arrested by Patrolman Gerald Howes on North Main Street for speeding, was fined $10 by Acting City Judge James P. Donovan. Other speeders who forfeited bail of $10 each were: Frank Breiner, Churchville, arrested by Patrolmen Edvard Hogan and Howes on North Main Street; Charles C. Clegg. Oswego, arrested by Patrolman R. B. Tiffany, on West .Avenue; John Forrest, Jr., Rochester, arrested by Tiffany, on North Main Street, and Harry Carver. Clifton Springs, arrested by Patrolmen Leo Breen and Howes on Gibson Street. Arrests by Trooper Richard Voigt were: Terral H. Fisher. Geneva RFD 2,- improper registration, $5 fine suspended by Justice of the Peace \V. R. Lightfoote, Seneca, and registered plates -revoked. John A. Tusch, Waterloo, improper lights, $5 fine by Justice of the Peace W. R Fordon. Geneva. Robert D. Lucas, Horseheads. improper lights, driving with two foglights. So fine by Justice of the Peace Ward MORMON CHURCH LISTS PROGRAM Moore, Hopewell. Carmen L. D'agostino, Geneva, Activities Scheduled for Cumorah Conference in Palmyra unlicensed operator, fined $5 by Justice Moore. Robert D. Cudworth, overcrowded vehicle. $5 fine by Justice cf the Peace Elias J. Oooding. Hopewell. James A. Stewart, Rochester. speeding, $5 fine by Justice Moore. Donald Swartout, Gorham, arrested by Corp. George Cowburn and Trooper Richard Camp, for ! overcrowding a vehicle, by permit- iting two persons to ride on I running board, was fined $4 Complete schedule of activities for the three-day Cumorah Conference of the Eastern States Mission of the Mormon Church was announced by Mission President Frank Evans following an executive session of the Conference in New York today. This meeting climaxed a series of : conferences and discussions which of Rochester, are occupying the;, have been conducted during the Mrs. Edgar B. Cook and daugb- ttrs, Misses Barbara and Betty Cock cottage on the East Lake shore. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Deyo. of Tel- yea Street, have left for .* trip to U-.c- Thousand Islands and the Adirondack Mountains. nreKH JM^'nP.;nTaiee-lea«edl F-ADDeaVance in Suoreme ey and Norman Payne toree leggea «,,,.._·,, rmmtv. as attorney race, Nathan Redneld and Hov.'ar Court, Ontario County, as attorney for Joseph Palace, operator of an McMillan; tug of war, married men against single men, won by the. (G)--Appearance as attorney for Rowe, defendant commission of a -s beans in bottle, Mrs. Mabel Carlile; clothespin race, Miss Eleanor Purdy; girls' foot race, Alice Carlile; boys' foot race, Jack Bullock. The next regular Grange meeting will be July 26, with the program in charge of the juveniles. ON VACATION ' Peter P. Turner, of Perry Place, cashier at the Ontario County Trust Company, is having a two week's vacation. Milton F. Wheeler, also is having his vacation, and with Mrs. Wheeler, will visit the World's Fair in New York. May 29. 1939. and t»K REFILTERED CITY WATER ICE CANANDAIGUA L A K E ICE CO. 10 Lake St Ittephme 111 parole of said defendant in his custody in violation of Article 6, Subdivision 19. of the Constitution of the State of New York." The petition after reciting tne specific charges continued: "Whereas, it appears that the result of the Grand Jury investigation hereinabove referred to was known prior, to the public announcement thereof, and Claimed To Be Lax Whereas, it is apparent that said Robert Searles. son of Mr. and Mrs. William I. Searles, of Academy Place, and a student at Northwestern University, Evanston, 111. has returned to the Summer home of his parents on the East Lake shore. He was among cadets in the i Naval ROTC unit at college participating in the annual practice cruise on one of the U. S. ships, going from New York to Boston, thence to Cuba. The Rev. and Mrs. Frank Fisher, of Rochester, were recent guests of the Rev. and Mrs. Eugene M. Chapman in North Main Street. Miss Margaret F. Bradley. R. N., assistant superintendent at Thompson Memorial Hospital, is having a two weeks' vacation. Miss Bradley past nine months in preparation for this event. A series of six public meetings in the Sacred Grove on the Joseph Smith Farm, near Palmyra, will form the nucleus of the conference. The meetings are scheduled for 9:30 and 2 o'clock Friday. Saturday and Sunday. Nearly 100 missionaries will take part on the program with the by Justice of the Peace Ellis Dewey, Gorham. Arrests for failure to possess .time sheets on trucks were: Comer Good- neighbor, Fail-haven, N. J.; arrested by Troopers Earl Tuttle and Camp, fined $3 by Justice of the Peace Frank Nudd, East Bloomfield; Kermit Rexford, Coewango Valley, arrested by Cowburn and Tuttle, fined $5 b'y Justice Light- Girl Scouts Break Camp; Registration Total Listed at 99 Breaking camp Saturday after noon, 66 Girl Scouts, witlh their Seguln, Rita Slnftr, . M*ry Alice Bell. ...... - ' ·· · ···'·' · '·'··· Intermediate: Audrey Rich, Jean Borden, Marilyn Parrar, Mary Ruth Levy, Shirley Wilier, Mary Alice Bell, Joyce Treble. Swimmers' Awards: Jean Borden) Marilyn Farrar, Mary Ruth Levy. Swimmers' Merit Badges: Jean Borden, Marilyn Farrar and Mary Ruth Levy. Pioneer Unit Activities With Misses Dorothy Dawley of director, Miss Mildred Perrin, of Newark, and her staff of counselors and aides, returned to their various homes in this area from Camp Woodside in the Bristol Hills, full of enthusiasm and already making plans for next Summer's camp. Most popular was the new Pioneer unit, inaugurated for the first time this season. Sponsored by the Canandaigua Girl Scout Council, the camp was conducted for two weeks, with a total registration of 99 Scouts, according-to Mrs. Verlee O. Linderman, commissioner, who reported the project most worthwhile. Camp Cost $650 The total cost of maintaining the camp, she said, was $650, financed by the permanent camp fund, built up this spring by the annual Scout cookie sale, and the registration fees paid by the Scouts. A smaller enrollment this year, Mrs. Linderman said, was believed owing to the fact that many of the Scouts will be visiting the World's Fair and others are attending the Summer music school. An approximate estimate of some of the food consumed in the two weeks' encampment is as io'.lows: 22 pounds of cold cuts; 100 pounds of pot roast of beef; 18 pounds of chipped beef; 100 pounds of ham; 50 pounds of hamburg; two cases of eggs; two cases of butter; 80 quarts of milk daily, and 400 j and bed rolls. Taught use of follow- ponds of potatoes. Farewell Costume Party Marking the close of camp, a costume party was held Friday even- Fayettevllle, and Betty Schnatz, of Newark, as counsellors, member of the Pioneer Unit had 15 girls registered, picked a camp site and pitched a tent. They made by lashing, three tables, latrine, cane, campflre circle, lug pole fireplace for cooking, dish rack, and reflector ovens. Each girl cooked some part of a meal out of doors and slept out in blanket rolls on the ground. Some dishes made were: Hunters stew a one-pot meal; baking powder biscuits in reflector oven; fried eggs, in tin can eggs fryers; cocca, hamburgers on broilers; bacon, toast, marshmallows and fudge. Articles made were: Tables, 2 large, 1 medium, 1 small; dish rack, cache; cover lashed, reflector fire, crane fire, lug pole fire, camp fire reflector ovens, tin can egg fryers, broilers, latrine, staked, pitched, ditched, tent; ditched fires, frame for woodpile, spaded place for beds, ing equipment: Axes, rake, hatchets, knives, crosscut .saw-, grub hooks, wedges. Badges Earned by Campers -- ing, with songs and games, followed by awarding of prizes for costumes, as follows: Most colorful, Ann Seguin, Canandaigua; most original, Eleanor Logan, Lyons; prettiest, Mary Alice Bell, Canandaigua; foreign country, Dorothy Richmond, Newark, and Spirit of Camp Woodside, Jean Borden, Canandaigua. Proficiency badges were awarded at the end of each week as follows: July 1 to 7 -- Pearl Blankenberg, Palmyra, wood badge; aid; aid, Ila Barbara Brew, Phelps, first Doris Coyne, Honeoye, first David B. Davis, Buffalo, arrested by Voigt, fined $? by Justice Moore; Harry L. Kackison, Syracuse, arrested by Voigt, fined $5 by Justice of the Peace W. W. Bum- sermonettes and musical numbers., ,,___,.,,,. . Vn ,».. m The Sacred Grove is important arrestei b Voigt on as the location of these meetings for it was there Joseph Smith- went 1820 to pray, in the advice of the Apostle James. "If any of you lack wisdom, let him ask of God." While he was praying, a vision opened before him which was the first heavenly manifestation to the youthful searcher after the truth. Owners of this land since that time have been so impressed with the incident reported there that the grove has remained to this day much was more than a hundred years ago. The grove, as part of the Joseph Smith Farm, has been A i^uv^w, *.*»-v--. T-- -- ti -- - -- a-JUJl iiJ W U J A i G j A,A.\t**\*\fJ\*j A A A O W foote; James Gillespi, Btoomsburg, I cam pc ra ft, outdoor cookery; Pa., arrested by Cowburn and | Czadzeck( victor, first aid; Shirley Camp, fined $3 by_Justice Moorej Darling, Palmyra, wood badge; Theresa Di Santo, Newark, camp- craft, outdoor cookery; Shirley, Drain, Honeoye, first aid, camp- craft, outdoor cookery, (also camp bugler); Elizabeth Grieve, Newark, outdoor cookery, campcraft; Dorothy Hood, Palmyra, wood badge; Dorothy Hughes, Palmyra, wood badge; Beverly Lynch, Palmyra, .. 0 -- - wood badge; Inez Mayer, Honeoye, I Justice Moore and posted Slo casn; first aid; Do ro thy Miller, Palniyra, ham. West Frederick Bloomfield. F. Sullivan, Buffalo, a charge of operating a vehicle with improper lights, pleaded not guilty before fulfill! the duties of his office, either from natural laxity or political affiliation, and Whereas, it is the right of the citizens and taxpayers of Geneva p.nd Ontario County vc have a competent and honest investigation of conditions in said city and county, and Whereas, the present district attorney has failed in his duty in this respect for the reasons hereinabove stated and as more fully appears in the annexed Exhibits 'A-Q' inclusive, hereto annexed and made a part hereof as though fully set forth herein, now. Therefore, we the undersigned, taxpayers and citizens of Geneva and Ontario County, hereby respectfully call these matters to the attention of Your Excellency and petition you to exercise your duty as Governor of the State of New York, in the impartial administration of its law, and remove from office the district attorney for the purpose of thoroughly investigating the conditions hereinabove mentioned." and Miss Anna M. McKechnie. of owned by the Church 01 Jesus North Main Street have left by Christ of Latter-day Saints for only motor to be guests of Mrs. Edgar the past 25 years. Bosworth, of Holyoke. Mass., at her An important part of the conference is the presentation of "America's Witness for Christ." a mammoth pageant adapted from the Book. of Mormon. It depicts scenes in the lives of the ancient inhabitants of the American conti- m-nts giving their prophecies concerning His coming and giving an account of His visitations to the people here. The cast for the pageant will include about 100 missionaries of the Eastern States Mission, and all direction and technical work is being handled by present missionaries or aiumni and members of this mission. Set on the side of the Hill Cumorah. four miles south of Palmyra, on Route 21.'the pageant will be presented on Friday and Saturday evenings. Admission and parking are free and no collections will be made, it is emphasized. The conference will be concluded Sunday afternoon so that many of the visitors may participate in the celebration of Utah Day at the New York World's Fair next Monday. They were accompanied by Miss Bradley's sister, Mrs. Martin B. Mitchell, of Miami, Fla.. who will spend the Summer at Kennebunkport. Me. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold J. Emerson. and son. Billy, of North Main Street and Mr. and Mrs. William C. Power. of Farmington, spent Sunday with Vice-principal and Mrs. Andrew T. Power in Geneva. Mrs. Stanley Lawrence, of Prospect Street, is entertaining today. her brother. Lewis Gearhart. Mrs. Gearhart and children. June and Harley. and Frederickson Howell, Mich. Mr. and and son. Mrs. John Vernon. of Mr. and Mrs. Frank J. Seeley will move Thursday from the residence at 8 Howell Street, recently mr- chased by Mr. and Mrs. Samuel R. Levy, to an apartment at 101 Howell j Street. Charles H. Yenser, Perry, ed by Voigt, for speeding, was fined $5 by Justice Moore. Churches Baptist myra, wood badge; Margaret Rawley, Honeoye, first aid; Joyce Treble, Honeoye, wood badge, outdoor cookery, campcraft; Mary Ellen Waters, Palmyra, wool badge; Elaine Wemes, Palmyra, wood badge. Badges--(July 8-15) Virginia Albanese, Newark, wood One week, Campcraft and Outdoor Cook; two weeks, Pioneer. Members of Unit: First week, Madeline McWilliams, Betty Jean Culvert, Joyce Treble, Shirley Drain, Doris Coyne, Elizabeth Grieve, Theresa Di Santo; Second week, Madeline McWilliams, Betty Jean Culver, Joan Kellogg, Shirley Otteman, Helen Wilhelm, Mary Gathers, Mary Austin and Kathry* Kirschoff. Other Units Actire Pioneer: (Started for older girls this year). 15 girls registered (chose a camp site and pitched a tent), made by lashing 3 tables, latrine cache, campfire circle, lug pole fireplace for cooking, dish · rack, reflector ovens. Each girl cooked some part of a meal out-of-doors, and slept out in blankst rolls on the ground. · · " ' .-..-...-·^.v .·...--:..; Nottingham: 31 girls registered; made a fireplace; took nature hikes and cooked one meal out-of-doprs. Greenwood; 14 registered; wild Sower, plant and rock hike; made. stoves, on which eggs cooked one morning; dramatized "The Highwayman," by Noyes. . Peter Pan: 38 registered; stayed out one. night; cooked one meal ''···' Xill -*isrt JULY2f Last Day to Pa}- Water Tax Without ~ ~-^ T. D..'KENNEDY; City Treasurer vrs-.'w' "-r * 'h ·'·»''" ·; : ''' · ' /S »·· -"-i^.i interior ulos* 'White'ami MAIN Paint and 308 So. I/a White You Waft SINCLAIR SERVICE JOHN C. HUX, jggt; Sovth Main and out-of-doors; took a aad mad«7lta can nature hike nic at Dansville Home. Sunday -- Union service, 11. Amusements 00S NOT COOL. A BOOM/ When a 3ionky-tonk showgirl gets Guests of the Rev. and Mrs. William E. Searles. North Main Strut and members of their family on the East Lake shore, are Mrs. Estclla Searles Howard and daughter. Miss Marx- Howard, of Porto Rico, and daughters Miss Emily, of Winnetfca. HI., and Miss Catherine Howard, of 1 stranded in a "cow town like Big HeiidersonvHle. N. C.: also Mr. and Horn, Wyoming, anything is liable to happen and does in "Maisie." opening Tuesday at the Playhouse with Robert Young and Ann Soih- St. Mary's Catholic Monday -- Novena, with Benediction following, 7:30. Methodist Wednesday -- Midweek service, 7:30; the Rev. Elmer W. Butler, of Granger Homestead, speaker. Tuesday -- Cottage prayer meeting with Jack Enright, Palmyra, 7:30. Wednesday -- Children's meeting District CDA Slates Program for Season Activities of Catholic Daughters of America courts in this district Alice Bell, Canandaigua, camp- | for the com ing year were planned _ H n . f 4 - . TAAV* ^T-nTx^rfiM f*AVtn**nn* A-llfl _ . " . ~ . . . . - ·* ----- ·J^ .%ta »hto^ TM* badge; Helen Atwood, Canandaigua, i Thursday-Kings Daughters pic- cam y raft; Mary Austin pamiyra. campcraft, outdoor cookery; Lois Badger, Victor, first aid; Josephine Bailey, Victor, Campcraft; Mary craft; Jean Barden, Canandaigua, I campcraft; Corinne Bugbee, Canandaigua, campcraft, wood badge; Georgia Callahan, Canandaigua, first aid; Mary Gathers, Palmyra, campcraft, outdoor cookery; Mary Chapin, Lyons, badge; Dorothy campcraft. wood Cooper, Newark, wood badge; Shirley Concannon, Victor, wood badge; Barbara Cudebec, Phelps, first aid; Betty Culver, led by Miss Edith McCoy. 7; young Holcomb, first aid, outdoor cookery, peoples' meeting, led by Miss Me- campcraft, pioneer; Dorothy Dewood Coy. 7:30: prayer meeting, in Brine. Palmyra, campcraft, charge of Mrs. Stanley Lawrence, 8.'badge; Virginia Engleson, Newark, Saturday --Street meeting, Cha- wood badge. pin Street. 8:50. Mormon Thursday-- Mutual Improvement Marilyn Farrar, Newark, wood badge; Helen DeMarco, Newark, \vood badge: Laura Gallaghtr. Newark, first aid: Anna Grille, New- yesterday at a round table conference of district deputies, grand regents and officers at Wenna Kenna tea room, East Lake shore. There were 19 in attendance, with dinner served preceding 'the discussion, led by Miss Elizabeth Harmon, Auburn, Miss Lucy -Tuttle, Seneca Falls, and Mrs. Daniel F. Flynn. of Rochester, district deputies. Canandaigua. Court, of which Miss Marie Cone is grand regent, Auburn. Seneca Falls, Geneva, Penn Yan, Lima and Rochester courts were .represented. Association. Ontario County Trust'ark. first aid; Elinor Goldsworthy, Building. 7:30. Christian Science Wednesday-- Midweek service, 2. Full Gospel Assembly Fridav -- Bible study. 7:30, in charge of the Rev. R. C. Bramer, pastor. Proof of Last Monday's Ad TURK WATER IS NOT GOOD TO DRINK! IMT* walfr w«*M fce i« thr human bo»h. AH water contains mineral · -- - · · - tt«a«f i, --. i milIIHIWI ·»in»w W. Stifnson Mrs. Loren O. Martin and daugh- tcr. Miss 'Dorothy, and sons. Freeman and Richard, of Jacksonville. em at the head of an excellent cast. Her invasion of Ihe wide open spaces, in the person of the personable Miss Soihcrn, not only upsets the romantic applecart of Young tout eventually finds him on trial for murder. "Maisie" is a comedy drama set in the West', but is not a western of the so-called horse opera \ 4 arieiy. Rather, it is a smart story of men and women from sophisticated strata of America and laid in a background of cow ponies and round-ups. Feminine intrigue and a man's caution run a comedy and dramatic gamut as two women, the other played by Ruth Husscy, play IJieir hand lor the affections of Wie Westerner. That one is married results in tragedy, which ends in a dramatic tria.3 for the life of the man. Fla. Mrs. Martin was Miss Mildred Searlcs. af this ci(y. CIA ricxic JIJLV » Coun Canandaicu. 1 :. C D. of .'· will picnic Tuesday. July 25. ai S:*MI"S prove in Lake street supper to br served al 6:3fl. Re-serva! ions ar- tn bf: made wiijj Mrs. JJimcs V«».- Yooren tir Mrs. Charles GlacJdmp the committee in charge. OFFICIALS INDICTED BUFFALO ·'#·! -- Former Policp Commissioner James W Higgin- and Frank J. Carr, former Erie Democratic chairman, were indicted today on charges of conspiracy to Hie law that pertained to PASTOR RETURNS TO CHURCH The Rev. Stanley Lawrence, pas- j tor of the Wesleyan Methodist Church. who attended the 95th annual meeting of the Rochester Conference last week al Chambers, returned If) occupy the pulpit Sunday, and today returned to Cham- for the annual camp meetings Mrs. George Hilling and daughter. Marguerite, ai:n Miss France 1 ; Gosper. of this city, and Miss Ida Nagy and her two sisters, of Bristol Center. Mr. and Mrs. WjHiam HoJcomfo and the Her. Francis Chenowcth the weekend at. Chambers. Salvation Army --Band of !»»·.. «.»». i . Boys' Club. 4; Home i door^cooke^ Newark, first aid. (also camp bugler): Joan Kellogg. Canandaigua, campcraft, outdoor cookery; Joan Kelley. Newark, wood badge; Kathryn Kirchoff. Palmyra, campcrift, outdoor cookery, first aid; Sally Kuhne, Newark, wood badge; Elearor Logan. Lyons, campcraft. wood badge; Elizabeth . Mahoney, Palmyra, Campcraft. wood badge; Madelvn McWilliams, East Bloom- RETURNS TO VICTOR The Rev. A. M. Spangler, who has been ill in Thompson Memorial Hospital since May 20, has retum- eed to his home in Victor. Deaths Mrs. Mary E. Hvtey Private funeral services for Mrs. Mary E. Hurley, 78. who died at ·o 3^-! fieldrwood" badge, campcraft, out- jWfflard last ni*M after a »e. a.TM. ^-- ^ v -- pioneer; May Mi-1 ness, will be held from the - , , chae]lson palmyra, first aW; Joyce of her son, Supt. of Public Works rague. :.«». | Mundav, Newark, first aid. (also J- Raymond Thiirsday - Girl Guards. 4. bandj camp ^^ Afln VomUL Ngw _ street at 8.30 ark. wood badge. nR. MALTMAX RECOTEREO Injured in an automobile collision on the East Lake road May nr. F. Mnltrrian. *il Hv North Bloomficld road, local physician, returned today to his of- Jirr- in North Main Street. Dr. Mailman sustained a fracture of i the M1 lee and has been confined i 3n Memorial Hn?piJa3 and at his and rerentlv discarded his practice. Friday -- Corps Cadets Class. 7: holiness meeting, 8. Mary O'SuJ- Canandaigua. flrsl aid: Actress In N. Y. Hit Home for Short Visit I Jivan. ! Shirley i campcraft. outdoor cookery. Elsie Pricbe. Newark, campcraft. wood badge; Anne Rayburn, Hol- cr.mb. wood badge. *2rsl air." Hurley, in Bristol from «,. Mwys Church at 9 o'clock. Interment will be in Calvary Cemetery. The cour- Otteman. Canandaigua. ; tesy of no flowers h«s been requested. Mrs. Hurley was the widow of James Hurley, of Canandaigua, and was a graduate of Nazareth Kalhryn Rayburn. Hokon-.b. wood j Academy. Rochester. She leaves 01*1. one s 011 - badge; Audrey R i c h . Phel;s. wood badge; Dorothy Richmond, Home for the first lime in a year | Newark, wood badge: Betty Sal- due lo the smash hit of the broad- ! nave, Canandaigua. wood badge; "Hellzapoppin'." in j He3en Sedgcwick, Newark, first aid; which she is appearing. Miss Mary , Ann Seguin. Canandaigua, first i this ^af E Sutherland arrived Sunday!aid: Jacqueline Nay. Palmyra, ~ morning for a 24-hour visit with, campcraft; Catherine Walsh. Hon- her parents. Dr. and Mrs. Lot D. ;coye, first aid; Edith Warner, Pal- Sutherland, in North Main Street. She made the trip by plane to Syra- ruse. returning today by rail. Misj Sutherland, under contract myra. first aid; Gladys Wesley, East B3oomficld, wood badge; Ruth Witeh, Wilch. Newark, Newark, first first aid; aid; Rose Helen crutches. to Shubtrt* for Ihree years, has a Wilhelm, Canandaigua, campcraft, comrdv solo in the second act of ' outdoor cookery; Eleanor .Woelfel, Johnson varieties. : Newark, wood badge; Shirley Waller IIOME FROM CONFERENCE Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Johncox, of Greig Terrace, motored to Cazenovia yesterday. Their daughter. Miss j Jean Johncox and Miss Elaine Benham and Miss Ruth Hickcx, returned with them after attending Camp Wesleyan, as delegates from PATIENT nisriiAKGEn TbartctJ Irrori ; r/ver 1h Mrs. kmri a~c ihv I^nvoorl an.j the Ol- c e.n « -- -·. . . ·whirh have hit New York by storm,! Canandaigua, and which many Canandaiguans; ba «*f have witnessed in connection with World's Fair and other trips to the campcraft, wood All taught and passed under MJC new Red Cross system of teaching. J. K. Rwh Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Coe .of Gerig Terrace, were in Syracuse this afternoon to attend the- funeral of their brother-in-law, Joseph K. Rush. 70, a former resident of Canandaigua. who died Saturday after a short illness in Genera Hospital. Syracuse. Interment was to be in Clyde. Mr. Rush, a retired farmer, had lived in Syracuse 30 years. While in Canandaigua he conducted a bicycle and accessory shop and was known for his trick bicycle riding He was a member of Central City 305, F. A. M, Scottish and swimming awards were as fol- Rile and Rotary Club, of Syracuse Today's temperatures: 8 A. M 60 1 A. M 5« 2 P. M 72 t-r-rj. Vidnr; Mr-. V 7 iJnaiT. f f i t . Canandniiiua. R. D. , f.dwin Taylor and son, P.acr. and MI o; E3.. SON IS BORN A son was born 10 Mr. and Mrs. ri.l B DISCt'SSES PICNIC Discussion of plans for a picnic ·for Italian families of this city and ing. Eleanor Ooldsworthy. Joyce \ifinitv »t Glen Camp. Highwav. July 23. marked a regu- Salnave. Jean Seguin, Joyce Mun- lar meeting of Regina Elena Club dy. Helen Atwood, Jean Borden, in Marconi Hall. The ouOng is be- Corine Bugbee. Dorothy Cooper, Besides his wife, Mrs. Iva Coe .Rush, Mr. Rush, a native of Sny: Mary Chapin. Eleanor I de ^ * m -. P fr |2i Dorothy Milter. Audrey l«l JL^S. . -waiitm Rich. Shirley Wilier. Shirley Darl- 5gg?*ftitoai» "itafli and;M«. 8.- Treble. Katlierine Rayburn, Betty die Rush, of GreenJwrf, Pa. Camo wesievan as oeiegaws irom i Sun sets'todav 8,34, rises tomor- Lloyd Collette, of Shortsville. in · ing sponsored by the women's group Shirley Cwwannon, Dorothy_De- t^LeW E^Standlird Bearers j row 539. sets tomorrow 853; moon, j Thompson Memorial Hospital, July and the Sons of lUly. July 28 is the brine, Marilyn Farrar, Mary Ratii ^%TM v - x ' »*»7v* _ _ _ . . . . _ j · _ _ « _ jwA · -- 1 «l.b* ji. ff~. ·**- --· w i ^fc i A!«*V. ·Mhj^Mtiv*^ T rfi^rrr Ann MtfmffVttTI KMA ^^T1^DB_ ADD am. t. won MUUM oa Society of the Methodist Church, new, first quarter, July 23, 15, . I date for Uw next club meeting. Levy. Ann Hoonan, cm PneDe, Ann Canandaigua J^elry : /:.,!Wir $25 Diamond We just brooch Iroke $25.M which a* better than usual tar J25: lova Watches ; We have, all vertfeeA in and OTCT the radio. 1? and jewels -- With cord'or let. Natural gold cases. $24.75 to :TOPAY ONLY Tuesday - Wednesday: 2 - SMASH HITS · 2 LATEST Tana* « i i J

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