The Daily Messenger from Canandaigua, New York on July 17, 1939 · Page 8
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The Daily Messenger from Canandaigua, New York · Page 8

Canandaigua, New York
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Monday, July 17, 1939
Page 8
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-EIGHT THE DAILY MESSENGER, CANANDAIGUA, N. Y, MONDAY, JULY 17,1989. S ' '.' ^ ', ^^^^^__ ^m JfOO at Dedication ICff Boy Scout Camp, Named for 2 Donors Site on Seneca Lake Called Camp Babcock-Hovey; Dr. . W. Armstrong Honored Honored By Scouts · With-more than 5.000 persons i the institution, and also an ardent participating, the new Boy Scout j worker for Scouting, gave the aci- Gamp on the east side of Seneca | dress of the day. Lake, near Gilbert's Station, was | "Scouting." he said, "is a great dedicated Sunday afternoon in a I criisaae and there is bound lo conv: program that brought many high scouting officials, national and re- from this beautiful camp much gccd for nil the boys. Scouting Leaches gtonal-^It was officially named) rood citizenship, respect ior autho'-- Camp Babcock-Hovey in honor of i ity and promotes_ good work in tne Berton E. Babcock. of Phelps and Harry -E. Hovey. of Geneva, who Jointly. · Contributed $13.5000 made the camp possible. that community, church and school, mating the Scout conscious 01 his varied obligations. i "Scouting is an adjunct Co the 'eupreine'courWustice Nathan D i home, church and school and bring. Lapham of Geneva, for many years out the best that - '·--' is in , oil - o f ' : the ardent supoorte- ^of sdbuting in the Finger Lakes District; presided. Earlier in the afternoon at Gen- teaching him fair play, honor integrity and building character.' Pointing to the fact that Scout training is so thorough and DR. A. W. ARMSTRONG ris. Geneva: Charles S. Wilson, Hall: James P. Donovan, Canandaigua; Lee H. Leland, Clifton Springs; George Lawson. Dundee. 102of250WPA Workers Cut Off Rolls in County Slash in Personnel Ordered by Herzog to Meet Relief Act Provisions Hie Morning Afterlaking Carters Little Liver Pi 11$ MONEY! $50 to $800 -- 20 months to repay To re-wtabltah jour credit cmttolldate debts, h»T« only *M d pl»cf to paj -- come In -- phone -- write. LOANS ON HOUSEHOLD GOODS CO-MAKER AND AUTOS -- NO INSURANCE REQUIRED LOAN SERVICE CORPORATION M Seneca St. -- 2nd Floor Orer KeUty Dry Good* Stem Genera, N. ¥. Telephone 23M LOANS MADE IN NEARBY TOWNS A cut in the personnel of the WPA. ordered by Lester W. Herzog. upstate Works Projects Adiminstra- tor. will eliminate 102 of the 250 employes in Ontario County. Herzog's order was announced following a meeting with all district directors, to whom he explained the reduction was necessary to comply v i t h a provision of the relief appio- priatfons act recently passed by Congress. Ontario County, with eight others is in the Elmira district, of which Carlisle Pontius is the director. George B. Stahl, superintendent of construction in Ontario County, is cations oi dissatisfaction. Dismissals in Ontario County probably will begin after Stahl's return from Elnura. I-Iezog also outlined the severance procedure in the project rolls and instructed officials to cut administrative payroll expenditures 25 per cent by Aug. 1, according to the Associated Press. Additional administrative personnel reduction, he said, would be necessary by Oct. 1. Members of the staff of the Ontario County office are listed on the propect supervisory payroll and .not the administrative payroll. It. has not yet been announced if any ac- Earner in me sm.eiiiuuu air \_IG»I i ^...^....-a ~ -- --._· eVrtJountry Club Justice Lapham j such good results. Dr. Chastian O.L-- entertaihed at luncheon for a large clared that m a total of 50,000 bo. = grrtro of guests including many who had been in the courts omy one fldri Geneva, Canandaigua and other pointe in the district as \vell as from Steuben county. Flag Staff Presented ·life-'program opened with "assembly" : 'blown'by the camp bugler. which was followed by a review of Scout troops. The presentation ol thfr new flag staff was made by was an Eagle Scout and very few other Scouts found themselves apprehended by the law. Delinquent Parents Scored "We have heard much about the increase in crime and its cost by the younger element, but how many have thought that there is no such rhing as a delinquent boy. To Uie Mey. representing the j contrary it Is the delinquent par- C/vid airiness Men's en s who are to W e ^ men paying CAHILL FAMILY HOLDS REUNION Victor Man Elected President; Roseland Park Slates Concert in Elmira today, attending a con-; tion regarding the supervisory em- j ference called by Pontius. j ployes will be taken. Dismissals ordered in other coun- The administrator said, the press ties in the Elmira district follow. Allegany. 123: Chemung. 316: Livingston. 77: Schuier. 82; Steuben. service reports, that no final action has been taken on proposed closing of all district offices. He said. I 250' Wayne 95" and Yates, 34. however. 500 administrative officers No Dissatisfaction In Ontario ! must be dismissed by Oct. 1. 200 While strikes halted work in pro- muneaiately. jects throughout New York State other states in protest and in against A total of 1.035 workers has been dismissed in Rochester and nine in ,. T0 r other states in piotesi BuffalQ aftej . they wajked QUt in the increase of hours to | 1 0 . h o u . work Coi · * « sw ..-. -- Spangled Banner wasrthen played by the Romulus Central'School band in charge of Maurice Rose. Hie 'Rev. Raymond Nolan, ol mer assistant pastor of Church. Canandaigua. us see f m? : communities A e r i c a is in the h a 0 f U ^ r e y ° u t h . That they may have every advantage, let us give them our "best support. Teach and ,,,'s Church, cananaaigua.,-- ta QVer respon . then''.offered the prayer which was | « i · » m havg been equip . ~'Kv'f.hp Pledge of Allesianc" i ' · '-" ^-~ _. t.TM^ or,H VIP f$3ioTO(f by'the Pledge of Alleaianc * : n* Scout -Oath by the Scouts. i c ;The'-address of welcome was given by George Lawsdn of JDundes, j prudent of the Finger Lakes Conn-1 cil."" - ': Eenn Yan Youth Honored With -his mother and father sitandnig beside him, Wilber Co:-.stock, iof Penn Yah,'was then presented with the Eagle Scout badfe-:, his mother having the honor of pinning it to his untformvHaiTy Weart. o'i.'Seneca Falls.' chairman of the camp committee, made the presen- tarlttti. Justice Lapham. in .innounc^ig the awards of the Silver Ee*ver bv O. H. Benson, of'Washington D. C . national director of rural scouting. paid tribute to the men. Dr. A. w. Armstrong of this city end Arthur J. Cowan of Geneva, scout commissioner, for the untiring service the}' .tad, rendered ^scouting for mar.y , yfafsiT" ~ ' ' Miwcognitipn of the event. Justice Lapham appointed the follow~ f as-* guard, of honor during the , fptaseatation: Ira N. Croucher. Can- . ·*··* » : -.' '^ Jl_'_ j_ ^ J f+ T« .r.r.^11 Cittt - .... proper tools and be and prepared to meet the its problems.'' Troops Give Demonstration Under the direction of Commissioner Cowan the various troops gave demonstrations of fire build- ino- fi-st aid. rope tieing and tricScs. signaling, tent building, fire place construction and bridge and tower buiiding, Mr. Cowan explaining their work. Fred D Quinn. of Geneva scout executive, spoke briefly, reviewing the work of the Council and exprcs- sin°- appreciation for the fine spirit of cooperation that had been =ho\vn. Benediction was given by the Rev. Richard F. Wentz, followed by "Retreat," Camp 'dedication committee -Justice Nathan D. Lapham, Geneva, general chairman; George Lawson. Dundee, vice-chairman; Harry Weart. Seneca Falls, vice-chairman; William Chilson. Geneva, treasurer; Charles C. Lobeck. Geneva, finance: Fred D. Quinn. general arrangements: E. C. Lautenslager. Geneoublicitv: Justice Lapham. m- _*' w T _1 _ .L-. jr3 f~*Hf f rtVl Over 60 members of the family held their llth cnnusl reunion yesterday afternoon at !and Park setting the date iov the next get-together for the t h u d Sunday in July. 1940. Arlington M. Cahiil. of Victor, was elected president to succeed Morris j , Carriger cf Geneva: John J. Cah:i.'.| | of Farmington. vice-president. sue- i ceeding Mrs. Matthew Carriger. of i Geneva, and Mrs. A. M. Cahiil. sei.- rstary and treasurer, to succec:! Mrs.'Morris Carriger. of Geneva. j Jack Carriger. age 4 months, oi i Geneva. -,vas the youngest presei: j and Michael Cahiil. oi' victor. -..·.· the oldest. Plans are being completed for 11 :c Canandaieua Summer Music School concert one week from tonight a f Rose-land, according to Jacob Webii. director of amusement and of the- picnic grounds. The concert, under the direction of Raymond J. Russell v.iil begin at 8:30, following uu:- presentation cf the Donatella Bro~. snd Carmen musical act. This concert will be iollowr-d on Thursday night. July 27. by another ccncert oy the Cananduiguf- Cur-cert Band, under tho direction ol Robert Meade. of the Ithaca Collegt i::usic department. The- band i? composed almost entirely oi !oc ; nuslcians and the progtam will be the first of several planned ior iiii' summer by this newly organized £,:0tip. The numbers and their presentation will be patterned aitc: those of the Goldman tend, which plays each summer on the mail In 130 per month without a corresponding hike in pay. laborers on the , Or\ta"io County projects ha'-e vn- Cahz;! ported for work, without any indi- YOUTHS ADMIT 'DUMMY' PRANK 6 Fined Given Suspended Sentences After Auto Collision inst ^ 130 . hour . work s ? xty projects . employing 3.500 workers, are shut down in Rochester. The dismissal order will cause the dropping of 2,247 workers in Monroe County. ·**Daa!i|U{r; "Edward C. Russell, Sen-; V jtations; Lee H. Leland v tea -Falls; Ainsworth M BenneLt _ Clifton ,. , -·: Springs.' attendance: Prof. L. R. Manchester; Justice Lapham: Ch?.r-' Loomis . Keuka Park. Public rela- :|s..3Vlison. Hall; Lee K. L-elam'-itions; C- A. Mitchell. Geneva, CTtttort- Springs; and William GJ transportation; H. T. Yells, wa- Warri'Geneva. i terloo. public welfare: A. J. Cowan. -Jn making the awards Mr. Ben-1 Geneva, program activities JNieia jon-xoininended the two n.en iV. i iversen. Gorham, stage; James f (Mooted and unselfish sr.rvicc they Donovan. Canandaigua. properties. liarrafdcred the "cause of Scouting i Charles S. Wilson. Hall, camp nam- and-congratulated them in the nanu; i ing. Six youths, ranging in age from 17 to 20 pleaded guilty to a prank blamed for a head-on collision of two cars near Cheshire and were fined S5 each and given a 10 days suspended septence in Ontario County Jail Saturday by Justice of the Peace P. W. Case, Canandaigua. The youths. Henry Druschel. 18. Glenn Olmstead. 20, La Verne Gardner. 17. James E. Kerrington. 18, r.nd William Douglas. 19. all oi Cheshire, and Ehvyn Pfeffer. 13 Rochester, were arrested by Troopers Richard Camp and Earl Tuttle. Canandaigua patrol, on charges of disorderly conduct, after they admitted placing the straw dummy of a man in the road. They told the troopers that they secreted themselves, watching several cars approach it. and then drive away after discovering the prostrate figure of a man co be a dummy. The youths then left the scene, leaving the dummy in the Hoag Found Guilty Of Driving Intoxicated A City Court jury this morning found Earl A. Koag. 39, 230 Gibson Street, guilty of driving while intoxicated. His driver's license was revoked by Acting City Judge James P. Donovan and he was sentenced to 15 days in the Ontario County Jail. Hoag was arrested June 23 on Pleasant Street by Patrolman R. B. Tiffany. Jurors were Leon Benson. John Beecher. J. M. B. Crowell. Myrl · Ohaffee. George Hyland and Russell Smith. Robert L. Himes. Canandaigua. and Harry Sessions. Rochester appeared for the prosecution. Cc-ntral Park. - road. | Ir. an attempt to avoid what he ! thought to be a man Iving in the AUXILIARY TO PICNiC j road William McKee, Jr.. East Cananciaigua Auxiliary. Amcricr.i; Blcornfield. crashed into a car driv- Lrjion. viif hold a family ! Wednesday afternoon at Re; Fark. Supper will b? served at Patients Increase At Memorial Hospital Daily average of patients in F. F. Thompson Memorial Hcspila! during June was 95.9. an incrcas; from 90.4 over the preceding inonrh. according to statistics presented P.I the monthly meeting of '.he Board of Directors, conducted by President George W. Hamlin. The hiphesr number in one day was 110 and tin- lowest. 33. while 221 were admiitei and 218 discharged. Tiveniy-eight births wen- rccord- .. re: four deaths: 27 ma.;or op'.-r:;- en by Fred Higley. 79 Chapin Street. t:cns: 161 minor, many or;c- tcv- Both cars were badly damaged in! ?:ii casc.-s: 20 orthopedic: 40 emu the crash. pency calls and 18 ambulance cails. DOG BITES ARE DOWN... O UR meter readers are reporting fewer and fewer dog bites on their daily rounds. It isn't that the dogs are getting old and losing their teeth. We think it's because our meter readers have acquired a lot of friends. Most .of our men have been reading the same meters for at least 10 years. .One veteran is rounding out 20 years of service. All of us who work for your gas and electric company are highly trained and experienced in our jobs. That's one of the reasons why your dependable gas and electric service is one of the smallest items in your family's budget. "Gas and electric service gives you more for your money than anything elte you buy" I'm Gas I'm Electricity ROCHESTER GAS ELECTRIC C O R P O R A T I O N See Your Local Appliance Dealer , , president. privilege of dedicating the n--".v ^ u _. vice pre sident. Lewis A. Gra- camv- 1 Hc said in part: "Teday w p cey " Penn yan; vice president. c«.dic*te a camp for duly aiid scrv- j j^gj p. Donovan. Canandaigua; ice. llie men "who donated the carr.r.. treasure r. William H. Chilson. Ge- cid^aot-nave the opportunity in neva: commissioner. Arthur J. Cow- Scouting as boys, and they now wish j an geneva: comptroller, Charles A. the boys of this council :o have ai. i Mitchell. Geneva; scout executive, possible benents. . pred D. Quinn. Geneva. . . "We also dedicate every Boy Scoai j Rational Representatives -- Jus- U the principles of character buiiu-; tice Lapham, Geneva: Charles S. ing and become better citizens- Vvt wi]son Hall. Members at large on pledge that every Scouter j;iv-; executive board -- W, Lynn W the cause of Scouting morr oi iv-, ma n, Gene\ r a; Dr. J. Hilhs Miller. time and effort than he hus ever i Kcuka p ar k: Malcom Gnswoid. contributed before. Clifton Springs; W. Howard Van- "· "The men who made 'his car-::, derhoef. Canandaigua. Represcnt-atives ol dislricrs -Eastern. Leon Wickham. Ovid: central. W. Horace Rogers. Geneva: northern. A. T. Bishop. Manchester: western. George Hayes. Canandaigua: southern. Leon R. Taylor, Penn Yan. Committee chairmen -- Finance. Cr.artc? S. Wilson; tampir].. n ' . ; " ' Weart: scout advancement. Basil T. Elmer: leadership traininc. I3ir Rev. R. E. Wcnlz; troou orcaniza- tion. W. G. Warr: health and :«i - lv R. W. Morris: sea scout in?. Charles A. Mitchell: cubbing. Dr. J. A. Kind wall. Directors oi corporation -- 1.'3S1939: Henry Parmalee. Holcomb; B. F. Babcock. Plielps: Dr. Mu T r Bartlett. Geneva: Cliarles S. Wilson Hall. 1938-1940: Franl: Vvirl- mcr. Naples: Dr. A. W. Armslroni?. ham; Georse C. Swrrt. WatrriiD. 1938-1*43: H. Mcrtnri Smith. Prnn Yan; Ira K. Crourhrr. Csnar:r 1 ?ngija: Justice Lapham, Geneva: Fr·$ Story. Seneca Fal.. ComrniASJoner stall - Kiohsrd Rathbun. Phelp?, north dJ.Mri"-; John J. Pryor, Geneva, central «:··- trict; A. A. Gould. Genera, central district; Francis Orculi, Pen Yann. southern district: W. C. Burees. 1 -. Seneca Palls, eastern district: David R. Rolfe. Clifton Springs, . northern district: M. T. Munn. Geneva, central district. Camp committee -- Harry Wean. SALE NOW ON DAVIDSON JULY SALE SALE NO WON gave us 513300 md in a OUtJon Norman J. Gould o; Seme; " Ffclls. Justice Lapham and other.-, clsp contributed io the :icw cai-. whicn we have decided to na.r -Camp Babcock-Hovey." Al this poini 10 B^: Sroui P-arched to the platform and :-cci^' Ihb Scout oath. Pmsl Workers, rrafrrtl RccalJing Uic service rcnucrca n««, years by unen now citi-ca^.-' J\*«Uce Lapham lauded their loynlt and devoUon, paying in but'.Charles O. Warner. Gmn a: Mnf C "Dad" Ex-arts. CananaaijnTM: O; ' cai Johiwon. Canaiiclaifew ar,1 o«.- tlrt Robrrt F. Thompson. «lso · ' t y . In respect to 1h;ir mtinorj Spring and SHOES tJ-.o« pcssin^ cntruf-tcfl It to ir-. ' · Justice Laplwm. v.-ho aV-o s-f-.-.:» «s ch*in»an oi th/ drdi'/a'ioi: '-^ - ir.ltt«. then introduced mf itV.n-- ing- M. Hcrbe-t Ei!*nhaTl. -.r^or.i. cvairman. Nc. 2. prewdc-n; nf Bo,..-: A Lamb. Rochester: Ed-varn i. FI..- i,uc*c pfwadent oi afte R^cV-.--^. Rep Johr. Tabc-r. Anou'.: Joseph P. Broplr-'. Atfv;iv; Hiirold W. Sanfo'-o. ed;i..-u of DwrtocT*! Chronic- Rothfs- t«. lenpt-r leader in scCTting: Aa..- cty Mhcnton. Corning. j^rtJOT;,; CMCVltw board member :*nd p-f- ; - « o( Corning Glass Wo-ks; T5avi '. lf»f. Coming, prcsi«cn». of 'S Summer Whites and Other Styles Included. Pumns and Tics in Blue, Japonica and Cranberry Red Regularly $2.50 to $6.50 NOW AT Bathing Slippers 45c to $1.00 MEN'S White Bucks for all occasion . . . Brown and white ventilated -- Crepe sole Sport. Oxfords. All men" Summer Shoes included in this sale. Regularly $3.00 to $9.00 NOW $-198 $ AT * to Beach Sandals $1.15 to $1.75 · ··*····. Oowncil; W. Hanfoi'i: Cur- geneca" Falls, chairman; W. H. ""Ute, Cwhtog, past, president of Stt;i- ers . Geneva; John Stark. Penn t*B OMncil ;Yan; Charles Robbins. Dundee: I. PT. fkiuik L. Chmi.iar. s^pc^ir.-' r Cost. Clifton Springs; Ellis Weld. «( Etanira Reforaiatory, ir-r Clifton Springs: Lester Storic. Penn years asso^-au-d *iih; Yan; Justice Lapham; R. W. MOT- DAVIDSON SON

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