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THE DAILY MESSENGER, CANANDAIGUA, N. Y, WEDNESDAY, JULY 19,1939. Many City Merchants Are Cooperating In Fair Society Plan The cooperative plan of the Chamber of Commerce, Merchants' Division, in connection with the annual Ontario County Fair, scheduled next month, Is nearlng a climax, and Clarence A. Carpenter who has been heading the group announced today that only two more days remain for merchants to join the plan. To date about 60 merchants have signed up to participate in the program but because of fair time drawing near it has been decided that it will be necessary to close the registration list in two days so that the remainder of the program can be pressed. "We have had prompt and generous response from atoout 60 merchants" Mr. Carpenter said this afternoon,' "and we are hopeful that there will be a few more be- I fore it is necessary to bring the registration to a close. There remains considerable to do so for that reason we will have to have all [merchants signed up by Friday to | enable us to carry out the plan as | scheduled." Mr. Carpenter, assistant chair- · Ralph Johnson and others ._ : been calling on the merchants ,,.,, the past few weeks, explaining the plan and enlisting their cooperation and from the registration to date they are convinced there will be a sufficient number to bring about a successful campaign in behalf of the fair. WAKE UP YOUR LIVER BILE- WilhMil dk-d-JW Y«H Ju* M *f M ii the MMMM R*TM'to G* The liver should pour out two ponlid* of liquid bile into your boweli duly. If thto Wlf isnot flowlngfrtely.yourfooddoon tdicot. It just decays in the bowels. G*» blteU up your stomach. You get constipated. Your whole system Is poisoned and you fed iour. sunk and the world looks punk. A mere bowel movement doesn t ttt at the cause. It takes those Bood, old Carter · Little Liver Pills to get these two pounds of bile flowing freely and make you fe«l up and up." Harmless, gentle, yet amazing in making bile flow freely. Ask for Carter'. Little Liver Pills by name. Hefuse anything else. At all drug stores. lOtf and 28*. "We realize the financial status of the fain .association" Mr. Carpenter said, "and what it will mean to the community and the county if conditions are such that the fair has to be discontinued. There is not only the society indebtedness to consider but the directors, merchants and other individuals who would suffer heavy losses if the fair is not successful. "Accordingly we developed a plan, with the merchants participating in a merchandizing program, and fully believe that we will have the support of the community and buying public not only in Canandaigua but from its widespread shopping area. "As soon as the list is closed announcement will be made of the merchants who have subscribed and the public will be invited to visit the stores of these merchants to give their cooperation and enjoy the advantages of the plan as outlined. '"Any merchant not visited by any members of the committee may sign up for participation by contacting myself or Mr. Johnson not later than Friday." Members of the executive committee serving in the campaign are Basil T. Elmer, Howard O. Kennedy, Frank P. Riley and Philip E. Thomas. GENEVAN HELD INNEWRACKET Admits Forgery In "Selling" Oil Furnace to Local Attorney Fair Dates In This Vicinity Feeds Poultry, Stock and Dairy (ran and Midds. Fish Brewer, Inc. 15 Bristol St Phone 104 Canandaigua Jewelry News Waterman Pens A Waterman Pen is simple and sensible. You don't get a lot of gadget filling devices but you do get a real pen that works every day in the week. $3.00 to 15.00. Gorham Silver Plate Yes. Gorham does make silver plate and it is the best of all. More silver, better patterns and at very reasonable prices. You never see Oorham Plate at half price. says · · · We have lots of competition but no real competitors when it comes *o Suit Values. Pure Wool Worsted SUITS Frank J. Seefcy ONTARIO'S FAIR PLANS COMPLETE Premium Books Mailed; Superintendent^ Of Departments Named Final plans for the Ontario County Fair, were completed last night at a meeting of the executive committee of the Ontario County Agricultural Society, at the Court House. The fair is scheduled for August 8-11 at the Bristol Fairgrounds. According to Dr. L. C. Webster, , general superintendent of the ex! position, arrangements are being 'made to provide adequate tent space for all exhibits and concessions. A plan similar to that of last year will be followed in the location i of the tents with special attention | being given to the convenience and i comfort of patrons of the fair. Facilities for the handling of cars and the care of the roads at the fairgrounds were discussed by the .committee. Approximately 1,000 premium jbook lists were mailed throughout Ontario County and Western New York this week. According to the i program in this announcement, the Fair will feature Stanley's Races and Acts as the free grandstand attractions. The acts of the troupe include Roman standing race, running race, two high jumping horses, chariot race. Superintendents of the departments are as follows: Horses, Jack Frederickson; boys and girls exhibits (4-H). Harland E- Hay ward, Arthur B. Woodard; vocational department, Verlee Linderman; Ontario County Home Bureau exhibit, Mrs. John Rectenwald; poultry and pets. Rollin Pierce; cattle, Joseph Koos; sheep, George Affolter: swine, Boyd Oliver; vegetables and grains, George Vogt; fruits, James Dennington; flowers, Mrs. Gordon Holcomb; rural school exhibit, Clinton B. Sears; Grange exhibits, Mrs. Dewitt VanNoy, Douglas Lincoln, Lynn Ottley. A 31-year-old Geneva residen;, pleading guilty to second degree forgery in Monroe County Court, disclosed a new racket involving a complicated system of obtaining bank credits and cash for fake installation of an oil furnace. Sentence of J. Walter Bowden was set for July 27 by Judge William C. Kohlmetz after the Genevan admitted defrauding the.Central Trust Company, Rochester, of $425.59 through "sale" of an oil burner to Clair L. Morey, Canandaigua lawyer. Bowden, according to Assistarr District Attorney Anthony Miceli, v ho prosecuted the cu.^e. offered to install an oil burning furnace in Morey's home last May but the attorney stated he was not interested in an installation until Fall. A credit statement (bearing Morey's forged signature was presented on May 12 to the Central Trust Company by Bowden, Miceli said, j Bowden ordered th£ furnace o n : May 29 from the Rochester Plumb- I ing Supply Company, giving the I firm a retail sales contract, which ! also bore a forged signature- of Morey. Later. Miceli said, the Genevan fiied with the bank a certificate with a third forgery of Morey's naive, purporting to show the furnace Lad been installed. The bank then made a. check payable for $415.59 to the Rochester Plumbing Supply Company, which deducted the cost of materials and gave Bowden $10".41 as his share'of the transaction after- shipping the furnace to the attorney's home. Miceli said the bank, the plurr.'s- ing supply 5irm and the lawyer were unaware of the forgeries until after the money had been paid. Morey. according to Miceli, assumed the delivery of the furnace was being n.-cde on Bowden's own account, and that the latter desired to leave the equipment at the attorneys home until it should be installed in the Fall. Albion, July 26-29. Caledonia, Aug. 1-5. Ontario County, Bristol, Aug. 811. Batavia. Aug. 14-19. Waterloo, Aug. 15-18. Attica, Aug. 22-25. Angelica. Aug. 23-26. Penn Yan, Aug. 23-25. New York State, Syracuse, Aug. 26-Sept. 9. Naples, Aug. 31- Sept. 2. Hemlock, Sept. 6-9. Bath, Sept. 12-16. Palmyra. Sept. 26-30. Townsend Club Hears Reports On Convention Further reports on the fourth national convention of the Townsend Clubs recently held in Indianapolis, were heard last night by Canandaigua Townsend. Club in Grange Hall. About 50 persons listened to Mrs. C. H. Buss, secretary of the Geneva Club who was a convention delegate. Mrs. Buss invited the local group and their friends to attend a rally in Geneva Sunday afternoon at the Seneca Lake Park. The next local meeting will be Aug. 1, when M. J. Reel, of Palmyra, will give his version of the convention sessions. CABBAGE PEST CONFABSLATED Growers To Discuss Yellows At Walter Jensen Farm Near Orleans A twilight meeting to discuss cabbage yellows will be held tomorrow evening at 8 o'clock on the Walter Jensen farm near Orleans, where a number of resistant varieties have been planted on soils infected with the disease. Dr. O. A. Reinking, of the Geneva Experiment Station, an authority on yellows, who bred the varieties, will discuss the disease. Several commercial resistant types will also be shown. Cabbage yellows have spread over a wider area this year than usual. according to R. A. Eoechlecke, assistant county agent, primarily because the disease appeared in the seed bed and du.se to the shortage of plr.nts this Spring, the plants infected were spread over a wider area. Poultrymen are invited by R. W. Pease, county agricultural agent, to visit the egg laying contest building at Stafford tomorrow morning at 11 o'clock when Horace Dryden, owner of the Dryden Poultry Breeding- Farm in California, will be present. Mr. Dryden's father is credited with having produced the first 300- egg hen in the United States. He will show movies of the breeding methods used on his farm. Amusements What's Doing Next to Albany Election Fraud Probe to End Aug. 21 ALBANY yp -- Assistant Attornry General James A. McGo-igh thir/Ks the investigation of alleged Albany County election frauds will wind up Aug. 21. Following six additional guilty pleas last night. McGotJgh. uair.oa to conduct the probe when Governor Lehman called it last December announced a recess until that date. The most recent guilty picas brought to 151 the number of persons admitting election law vioJu- tions. The .special grand jury in the cose is in recess until AUIT. !" when it is expected to hold its final meeting- City Hall -- Common Council, 7:30 P. M. i The Playhouse -- "Maisie" and: "Pack Door to Heaven.'" 7 and 9 , P. M. Roseland -- Special attractions, 8 and 10:30 P. M.; American Legion Auxiliary family picnic, 6:30 P. M. Thursday Country Club -- Women's Nassau tournament with Lake Shore Rochester. 10 A. M. The Canandaigua -- Rotary Club. 12:15 P. M. The Playhouse -- "Captain Fury." 2, 4. 7 and 9 P. M. Roseland Park -- Special attractions. 8 and 10:30 P. M.; W. B. A. picnic. 3 P. M. With Brian Aherne, Victor Mc- Laelen and June Lang playing the top roles. Hal Roach's "Captain Fury/' frontier drama of Australia, will have its local premier at The Playhouse Theatre Thursday, when it begins a two days' engagement thru united Artists release. Captain Fury" is the story of dauntless men and brave women who migrated to the barren brush country of Australia to hew a nation out of a strange wilderness. Paul Lukas, June Lang, John Carradine, George Zucco, Douglas Dumbrille and Virginia Field, featured in support of the starring trio, portray the strangely assorted characters who join in this march of progress in the pioneering days of the early 19th Century. SUFFERS BURNS Edward Monaghan, 8-year-old son of Rural Carrier and Mrs. Leonard W. Monaghan, 112 Park Avenue, sustained first degree burns of the right hand and arm and was slightly burned about the face last evening when he threw a pail of grease on a bonfire in the yard at- his home. He was treated at Thompson Memorial Hospital, where he remained overnight. YOUNG AVIATOR TO TAKE BRIDE Wolcott Osborne To Wed Air Hostess Aug. 2 In Newark, N. J. A romance of the airways will be culminated in the marriage in Newark, N. J.. on Aug. 2, of Wolcott Henry Osborne, son of Mr. and Mrs. D. Henry Osborne, of Lima, well known Summer residents of the West Lake shore, to Miss Clara Mae Hild, R. N., of Memphis, Tenn. Mr. Osborne, 24, and a devotee of flying since high school days, is first officer for the American Air Lines. He learned to fly in Ithaca six years ago. For the past year he has piloted a passenger plane on the regular run between New York and Chicago, where he met his bride-to-be. Miss Hild, a graduate of a Memphis hospital training school, is an air hostess now on the Memphis-Newark, N. J., run. The simple ceremony will be performed in an Episcopal recto-y in the presence of the immediate relatives. The couple will spend their honeymoon at Pearl Beach, south of Seneca Point, Canandaigua Take, at the Summer home of his grandparents, the Rev. C. J. Clausen, rector emeritus of St. John's Episcopal Church, and Mrs. Clausen, where he has spent his Summers since childhood. The young aviator's mother was the former Miss Mary Clausen, of this city. He also is a grandson of Mrs. W. B. Osborne, of Victor. Locals Mrs. H. E. McMaster, of Catherine Street, is in New York City attending the World's Fair. The Rev. and Mrs. Oscar H. Denney. of Granger Homestead, are in Niagara Falls this week, guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. Leslie Sawyer. Mr. and Mrs. Horace Outhouse and children. Donna and Robert, of this city, and Mrs. Elaine Watts, of Rochester, have returned after spending 10 days at Myers Cave on Marble Lake. Ontario. Canada, En route home they saw the Dionne quintuplets at Callendar. Ont., and returned by way of Ottawa. Saranac Lake and other points in the Adirondacks. Mrs. M. A. Royce-Garrett and daughter. Grace, of Rochester, are visiting her mother. Mrs. W. H. Welch, in Perry Place. | Mr. and Mrs. Mahlon H. Gregg j and family have returned to their home in Rochester after spending some time on the lake shore. Mrs. Annie Reed, of East Rochester, is the guest of Mrs. Carrie Persons in Park Avenue. The Rev. and Mrs. C. J. Clausen, of Pearl Beach. West Lake shore. i are spending two weeks at the i Summer home of their son, Dr. i Samuel Wolcott Clausen, and Mrs. Clausen, of Rochester, near Powder ' Mill Park. Mrs. Ralph D. Johnson and ! daughter, Joan, of North Main ' Street, have returned from a two ; weeks" visit with her parents, the i Rev. and Mrs. David Hughes, at : Buskirk. AWAITS GRAND JURY John J. Lynch. 25. Geneva, v:.--. committed to the Ontario Countv Jail today to await Grand Jury ;;e- tior! on a charge of abandonment of children. ! RETURN TO VICTOR | Mrs. Donald Concannon and in! fant daughter. Ann. have returned ' to their ~ home in Victor from Thompson Memorial Hospital. LEAVE HOSPITAL Mrs. Donald Payne and infant son have left Thompson Memorial Hospital for their home in Middlesex. YMCA Junior Softball Team Defeats Holcomb In a free-hit linp pamr. 11« Y. ^» C. A. Junior softball 5r.n d J'ra'rrt *h'- Holcomb Bat Busters. 3S Ho 18. las? iiight at SonnenlKTS Pie.3d. Gosper and Rowtaaad cnv.ed :lif jrlal* 1 five limes each for i*?r vinT.' S. Morse and Ponper cnalking "P three apiree lor 1he visitor. 7hf Juniors will play at Holcomb next Tuesday. Lynaugh Reimburses Man For Fake Check Admitting the passer of a fraudulent check for S5 In s 5hor(s- v:lle Brill. John F. Lynauuh. 33. Victor RD. was released yesterday afternoon after he made nviitution. Lynaugh was arrested on cr-ni- p'-aint Of Donald Limber. Hr w:is rc:ca. e cd after a hrariir; i.^for-- J u s - . tic* of the Peace Tracy R. Kt :no:n^ , Manchester Town, whni l.ir^rvt withdrew the complaint. Tlir ;r.T-.«.t v;a?: made by Drputy Sh-rili .i;r.::,-.« ].. Locke and Special Denialy C;V.;., P Brown. 'Hang' Congressman In Effigy Realty Transfers COURSES ALBANY ·#·» -- No-w its correspondence CDMIWS ior city and village officials on how 10 T\m libfir offices. Albert L. Hall, supervisor of the Slate Education Department's public service training program, said tlie direct mail courses will supplement periodic class sessions. Today's temperaUares: «' A. M 66 11 A. M V4 2 P. M 7* Sun sets today, 833; rises tomorrow, 5.«; acts tomorrow, *3Z; noon, new; first quarter, July 23. James H. HunUnglon, Naples lo William Shaughnessy and wile. same town, propeiriy in Naples. Kalhryn C. Lynn SJiawphncwy. Naples." to Janwi H. Huntinpton. same town .property in Naples. Charles H. Hallawrr. Rorheslfr. to Leslie W. Paine and wife. Cana- dicc, prowrtv in Canadicr. Leslie W Paine and wife, Canadice/to Gilbert. H. Youngs. S]cnc- erport. property in Canadice. British Bombers Stage Second Raid On France PARIS -- Eight'wn Twmbing j planes toelicved to be part oi a i Brilirfi aqiiaSron on a second j rojindlrip "raid" on France flew : «TCT Paris this morning. i Later another group ti 24 bomb- j crs from the west passed oi-er Eiffel Tower and headed south. ! Air ministry spokesmen at both , Paris and London declined even ] to identify the planes. The first flight in a series planned for mutual development of British and French facility in the air and defense against air attack was executed July 11 with a flight of more than 100 British planes over France. After a mwk trial a which sprafcers flaye* his WFA-relief ftoirabtiran rentrrssman Charles F. Risk of Rhofe Island was *hang*4T iti effigy in a bwsy scmrc at W«ais*ckH^ R. I. Sporting a lily in thr roat lapel and a cofv of the Congressional K«cwl in one pwket, a dmuny rcptvsentinc the fe«felal«r 4**th4 Iran a tfcM 62 Employed on WPA 18 Months or More Dismissed in County i ^... ^.* . Dismissals ol 62 men from Uie Ontario County WPA, the first of the mandatory reductions in i^e Works Projects Administration rolls pi escribed for all workers employed 18 months or over, were ordered today. George B. Stahl, superintendent 0'' construction in Ontario, Wayne and Livingston counties, whose offices are in Canandaigua. reported that the Ontario dismissals will bs effective at the close of work Friday. Dismissals of 48 workers in Wayne County were ordered yesterday and v;ill be effective at the ciore of work tomorrow. More workers will Be dropped from the WPA rolls the latter pa;-;. WORK SERVICE OFFICE OPENS State Employment Office To Serve Jobless In Canandaigua Area An itinerant service to aid unemployed workers in the Canandaigua area was inaugurated today on the second floor of the City Hall and will be open every Wednesday morning from 9:30 to 1 P. M. Directed by LeRoy W. VanEtten, manager of the New York State Employment Service office in Geneva the itinerant service is supervised by Miss Lois Havens, member of work service staff. Applicants in this area who formerly certified to their claims for unemployment insurance by mail with the Geneva office will now have to report in person at the Canandaigua branch, according to Mr. Van Etten. New applicants wishing to submit applications for employment and claims for unemployment insurance benefits are directed to visit the Canandaigua branch office rather than the Geneva office. By establishing a personal itinerant service in Canandaigua, Mr. Van Etten said that work applications and benefit claims can be handled more efficiently and more rapidly than those dispatched by mail. Employers are also invited to make use of the branch office when seeking qualified workers for job openings. Through its free employment service to both worker and employer, Mr. Van Etten said, the New York State Employment has become a community agency wherever it has been established. Dunkirk Man, 86, Expert At Heel and Toe Walking DUNKIRK (ff) -- At 86, George W. Hamlin is anxious for someone to challenge him to a heel-and-toe walking contest. "I'll walk from Chicago to Dunkirk, if anyone will make competition worthwhile," said the greenhouse farmer, who as a young man walked from Chicago to Dunkirk in slightly over five days and won a wager that he couldn't do it in six A former circus performer, Hamlin accompanied the late Edward Payson Weston for 20 miles on Weston's last heel-and-toe jaunt through Dunkirk. Churches Presbyterian Wednesday -- Choir rehearsal, 7:30. Sunday -- Union service, in charge of the Rev. Dr. Eugene M. Austin, pastor. 11. WBA ANNUAL PICNIC Members of the Woman's Benefit Association, with their children and the Junior Club, will hold their annual picnic tomorrow afternoon at Roseland Park. A sports program is planned for 3 o'clock, with a picnic supper at 6:30 in charge of Mrs. Alice Inslee and Miss Sarah Pyke. Final plans were made at the regular meeting conducted in Grange Hall by Mrs. Sarah Ross, president. Mrs. Annie Reed, of East Rochester, was a guest. PATIENT DISCHARGED Edward Walsh, who has been confined in Thompson Memorial Hospital the past week with ar in- icclion of the right arm. has «·- tancd to his home in Ontiiv. PlJlTt. of July and in August, Mr. Stahl said, but the definite, number has i-ot yet been announced. Fifty-three.workers will be re- Ivhsed Friday from T-ivingsron County projects by Edward II. Heron. Mr. Stahl's assistant. Five projects are in operation in Ontario County, he reported. They are the Canandaigua playground and athletic field on Fort Hill Avenue; Monks Road reconstruction, Canandaigua Town; reconstruction of seven roads in Phelps Town; reconstruction of the East Lake Road in Gorham Town, and stone rip- rapping-for the breakwall at Ontario county Park on Canandaigua Lake. "Due to the cut in the number of workmen," Mr. Stahl said, "it was necessary to suspend the Farmington and Bristol Road projects. The Lake Street, bridge project in Geneva is open to traffic but the completion will not be accomplished until the fill over the old canal bed has had its initial settlement." Three projects are under way in Wayne County. They are the Newark Village street work, Colburn Park playground and painting of buildings and construction of roads and sidewalks at the Newark State School. HOWttAL local Rebekah Unit Holds Annual Outing Fifteen members of the Past Noble Grands' Association of Canandaigua Rebekah Lodge attended the annual outing last evening. Dinner was served at the Blue Shutters Inn on the Centerfield Road at a T-shaped table centered with garden flowers. After cards, the party drove to East Bloomfield and visited the craftsman's shop. Mrs. Frank R. Robeson, Mrs. Oscar A. Gardner and Mrs. Lawrence Thomas were the committee in charge. The next meeting will..be a picnic Aug. 1, with Mrs. John C- Scott-at her cotage on -the East Lake Shore, dinner to be served at noon. . Announcement was made of the annual picnic of the Past Noble Grands' Association of Ontario district at Roseland Park, Friday July 28, supper to be served at 5:30. All past grands of the district will be welcomed. K. of C. MEETS TONIGHT Canandaigua Council, K. of C., will meet at the rooms this evening at 7.30 to go to the home of the late Joseph B. Meehan in Shortsville, to recite the Rosary. OVERCOME YOUR Dfficultfes. by reading and using The Messenger Classified Ads. ID iCtcn CHM) to on tal KM ud ·(BcU-iM pram Lubrication Car Washing While You Shop or Wait · SINCLAIR SERVICE STATION JOHN C. HUX, Mgr. South Main and SattmntmU ToFit Yo»r EASY PAYMEl Tkefcckett 37 So. Main St.-Fhoiw 4M Canandalffw,.N. Y. L A K E ICE;$Q;! 10 Lake St TetepkMw ill THl)RSDA|ls; JULY 20 I Last Day to Pay Wateif! Tax Without Penalty T. D. KENNEDY* _^ City Treasurer ·'·* K-'VH Massey-Harris" Exclusive-Sales Service^ FOR ONTARIO COUNTY Don Howard- Ready Early In August Highlights In Canandaigua's Band History By Gates *f " Features -- tntemtinr RESERVE YOUR CQ1TC._... Telephone 558 wr 6*4 iri f ;; ^'Jiu "j. c-. _ *JW K. T. I RELIEVES ATHLETE'S POISON W Burning--Sweaiy-- Aching Fe«t _ Any-fali V " Pearce »·* ILL OF PNEUMONIA Man- Jane Breen, 10 year old lCT of Patrolman and Mrs. Lro"H. Breen. of Park Street is 131 of pneumonia in Thompson Memorial Hospital. Deaths Mrs. Maiy E. H«rtfey From SI- Marys Church this mor- riinc 1-tok place the funeral of Mrs. Man- E. Hurley, motljer of Supl. of Public Works J. Raymond Huro difd Sunday. Tiw 5vr. . C. J Wall, reclor. conduct- MONEY! $50 to $800 -- 20 months to repay ··L. ^.j. m ^a^fctt^fc ^^^^^^ ^^^h^tt ^^^K^^Al^*4A ^*lUlA fea^te TV K-flNwHMh y*vr CKOC CMMMMC ·raw, mmm LOANS ON HOUSEHOLD GOODS CO-MAKEfc AND AUTOS -- NO DISUBANCE EEQODUD LOAN SERVICE CORPORATION M 8ott« St. - M fltw Om KeBty Dry GM* H. T. 1 ' 'LOANS MADE IN NEABBT TOWNS ed ihr services. Bearers were Chief Thomas P. Kin; f Ha. Thomas D. Kennedy, Bur- j rell T. Carpon T. Hailand Evans. , William L. Gales and S. LeVeme j j Durand. Interment was in Calvary ] Cemetery. _ ' ' i MEMORIALS _ PERPETUATE MEMOftlt* GKO. L. MORI GRANITE CO. ! Today Only PLUS "BACK DOOR to HEAVEN" WMk Wa THURSDAY AND FRIDAY

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