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Page 2 - The Chronicle-Express, Penn Yan, N.Y., August 22,1990 ObiTUARIES MILTON C. BAY MroDLESEX — Milton C. Bay, 61, of 1320 Bay Drive, Middlesex, died Saturday, Aug. 18, 1990 at FJ. Thompson Hospital in Canandaigua. Friends were received Aug. 21 at the Kenneth J . Perkins Funeral Horae in Gorham, where a Masonic service was held that evening. Funeral services are today, (Wednesday, Aug. 22) at 1 p.ra. at the Rushville United Methodist Church, with the Rev. Neale Bachman and the Rev. James Uttley officiating. Burial will be in Rushville Cemetery. Mr. Bay was bom June 29, 1929 in the Ibwn of Gorham, the son of Maurice and Marjorie Vorhees Bay. He retired from the Ralph Martin Tire Company in Rushville in 1984, and from then on he was employed at Soldiers and Sailors Memorial Hospital in Penn Yan. He served for 13 years on the Mar­ cus Whitman School Board and he was a member of the Rushville Lodge #377 F&AM, the Middlesex Conservation Club, and the Rushville United Methodist Church. He is survived by his wife, Donna; two sons, Gerald Bay of Middlesex and Denny Bay of Chicago, IL; two daughters, Jennifer Coif of Gorham and Paula Haury of Stanley; two ex­ change daughters, Inez and Patsy Otero of Bogata, Columbia, South America; his mother, Marjorie Bay of Penn Yan; 14 grandchildren; throe brothers, Sheldon Bay and Ibm Bay. both of Rushville. and Kenmore Bay of Stanley; one sister, Ruth Clark of Middlesex; and several nieces and nephews. Memorial contributions may be made to the Leukemia Research at the University of Rochester Medical Cen­ ter, 601 Elmwood Ave., Rochester, NY, 14642. both of S tanly; one daughter, Nyoka Wilmer of Stanley; two stepsons, Lloyd Clark of East ^ th a n y and James Clark of Clayton; one stepdaughter, Cathey Gibbs of Theresa; three grand­ children: eight step-grandchildren; two great-grandchildren; and several nieces and nephews. Memorial contributions may be made to the Stanley-Hall-Goiham Ambulance. Gorham, NY, 14461. WALTER L. WOOD WATKINS GLEN — Walter L. Wood, 64, of 505 Porter St., Watkins Glen, died Friday, Aug. 10, 1990 at his home. He was the father of Stephen P. Wood of Penn Yan. Friends were received Aug. 13 at the Haughey-Wood Funeral Home, where funeral services were held Aug. 14. The Rev. W. David Ashby, the Rev. Dr. Patricia Hanen, and the Rev. David Bonin, officiated. Burial is in Glen- wood Cemetery, Watkins Glen. Mr. Wood was bom July 29, 1926 in Watkins Glen, the son of Lewis R. and Annette Sherwood Wood. He was a veteran of World War II, having served with the U.S. Navy and was with the SEABEE Unit. He was retired from the Naval Reserve after 20 years and held the rank of chief petty officer. He was a retired postal clerk, a member of the BPOE #1546 and was an exempt member of the Watkins Glen Fire Department. Surviving in addition to his son, are his wife, Jane; another son and daughter-in-law, Michael and Cyndy Wood; and grandchildren, Darcy, Kel­ sey and Derek. Memorial contributions may be made to the charity of the donor’s choice. Mrs. Smeal was bom May 9,1904 in Coupon, PA, the daughter of William and Mary Ellen Gaines Plubell. She was a graduate of Juniata High School, and was an RN graduate of Al­ toona Hospital School of Nursir^ and a member of its Alumni Association. She operated the Smeal Nursing Home in Penn Yan for many years. ANNA M. SMEAL She also was a member of the Yates County RcgisteredNursesAssociation, the New York State Rest Home As­ sociation, the United Methodist Church, the Business and Professional Women’s Association of Penn Yan and the Lake Keuka Rebekah Lodge #342. PENN YAN — Mrs. Anna M. Smeal, 84, of 121 East Main St„ Penn Yan, died Monday, Aug. 20, 1990 at Soldiers and Sailors Memorial Hospital. Friends may call Thursday, Aug. 23 from 2 to 4 and 7 to 8 p.m. at the Tbwnsend-Wood Funeral Chapel. The funeral service will follow the calling hours at 6 p.m. at the funeral home, with the Rev. Bradford Hunt officiat­ ing. Burial will be in Lakeview Cemeteiy- She was predeceased by her hus­ band, Joseph D. Smeal. She is survived by one daughter, Mrs. Ronald (Joan) McMastcr of Rochester, two grandsons; one great- grandson; two sisters, Mrs. Inna Weaver of Penn Yan and Mrs. Carmen Pctrilla of Riiladelphia, PA; and one brother, Jesse Plubell of WilliamsviUe. Memorial contributions may be made to the Penn Yan United Methodist Church. P enn Y an Police A Geneva man was charged with is­ suing a bad check at 10 p.ra. on Aug. 10 . Charles Roe, 34. Geneva, was arres­ ted by Geneva Police on a warrant is­ sued by the Village of Penn Yan Court alleging that he had issued several bad checks. Roe was released on $%H) cash bail and issued an appearance ticket for Penn Yan Village Court. Elmira, was charged with driving while intoxicated and failure to keep right after he was reportedly observed crossing the center line several times on Elm Street. Police stopped Kobbe, and reportedly found him to be in an intoxicated condition. He was released on his own recog­ nizance. ter he was reportedly observed operat­ ing Ills vehicle in an erratic manner. Police stopped Harris and repor­ tedly found him to be in an intoxicated condition. He released to appear in Penn Yan Village Court later that day. BARBARA J . CHESTER PENN YAN — Mrs. Barbara J. CSiester, 59, of 117 Heiuy St., Penn Yan, died Saturday, Aug. 18, 1990 at her home. The Mass of {Christian Burial will be celebrated a t 11 a.m., Saturday, Aug. 25 at St. Michael’s Roman Catholic Church, with burial in St. Michael's Cemetery. Arrangements are by the Tbwnsend-Wood Funeral Chapel. Mrs. Chester was bom Oct. 6, 1930 in Perm Yan, the daughter of Adelbert and Blanche Wright Sumner. She was a member of St. Michael’s Church and worked at the House of Concern in Peon Yan. She is survived by her husband, Joseph J. Chester; two dau^ters, Bonnee Spas ofMyrtle Beach, SC, and Mra. Lori Scutt of Penn Yan; one sis­ ter, Mrs. Marilyn Race of Penn Yan; and several nieces and nephews. Memorial contributions may be made to St. Michael’s School or St. Michael’s Cemetery Fund. A Beth man was charged with dis­ orderly conduct at noon on Aug. 10. Charles Burns, 56, 28 West Morris St., Bath, was charged after he was reportedly observed by police swim­ ming in a non-designated area at In­ dian Pines Park. Police report that they were sum­ moned to the scene by lifeguards after they advised Bums to return to the safe swimming area and he allegedly refused to cooperate. He was issued an appearance ticket for Penn Yan Village Court. In addi­ tion, police state that his privilege to use the park was revoked. An Auburn man was charged at 1:30 a.m. on Aug. 11 with disorderly con­ duct. Kenneth Wentworth, 26, 22 Brad­ ford St,, Auburn, was charged after he was reportedly observed squealing his tires on Liberty Street. Thomas Lovegrove, 33, 178 West Lake Road, Penn Yan, was arrested on alcohol-related driving offenses at 1:27 a.m. on Aug. 10. Lovegrove was charged with driving while intoxicated and failure to keep right after police reportedly observed him driving to the left of a double solid line. Police stopped Lovegrove and reportedly found him to be in an in­ toxicated condition. William Sylvester, 22, 105 Main SL, Peon Yan, was charged a t 12:05 p.m. on Aug. 13 with failure to have a trash receptacle behind his place of busi­ ness. Police report that Sylvester was charged for allegedly allowing garbage to accumulate behind his place of business. Sweet William’s located at 105 Main St. He was issued an appearance ticket for Penn Yan Village Court. A Rushville man was arrested on al­ cohol-related driving onenses at 2:45 a.m. on Aug. 15. Cash Harris, 19, 25 Main St., Rush­ ville, was charged with driving while intoxicated and driving with .10 per­ cent or more blood alcohol content af- Frederick McLau^lin, 59, Penn Yan, was arrested at 6:30 a.m. on Aug. 16 and charged with third degree grand larceny. According to police, McLaughlin was apprehended by Maryland S tate Police in Hagerstown, MD, on Aug. 9 for al­ legedly hitchhiking. After be was arrested, a computer check showed he was wanted by the Penn Yan Police Department for reportedly paying for two days rental of a new car from Finger Lakes Ford on Feb. 10, 1990 and never returning the car. The car was recovered in Montgomery County, Virginia. McLaughlin waived extradition proceedings and agreed to return to New York State, He was arraigned in Yates County Court as the result of a Superior Court warrant issued by Yates County Clourt Judge Patrick Falvey after Mc­ Laughlin was indicted by a Yates County Grand Jury. McLaughlin was committed to the Yates County Jail without bail until his appearance in Yates County Court, scheduled for Aug. 21. NORMA D.DePEW GORHAM — Norma D. DePew, 64, of 3164 County Road 18, Gorham, died Monday, Aug. 20, 1990 at FE. Thompson Hospital, Canandaigua. Friends may call today (Wednesday, Aug. 22) from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. at the Kenneth J . Pericins Funeral Home in Gorham. Funeral services will be held Thursday, Aug. 23, a t 2 p.m. at the funeral home, with the Rev. Neale Bachman officiating. Burial will be in Gorham Cemetery. Mrs. DePew was born April 9, 1926 in Potter, the d a u ^ ter of Charles and Fannie Wood Dillon. She is survived by her husband, Gordon; two sons, William and Randy, Rodney Comfort, 24, 26 Ritchey Blvd., Penn Yai), wa|| arrested at a.m. on Aug. 10 and charged with ^ v - ing while intoxicated. According to police. Comfort was ar­ rested after he was reportedly obser­ ved speeding on Lake Street. Police stopped Comfort and reportedly found him to be in an intoxical^ condition. He was charged with driving with .10 percent blood alcohol, speeding, as well as driving while intoxicated. Comfort was issued an appearance ticket for Penn Yan Village C^urt. — S t a t e P o l i c e An Elmira man was arrested on al­ cohol-driving offenses at 2:17 a.m. on Aug. 11. Daniel Kobbe, 36, Lovell Avenue, A one-car accident on Aug. 4, resul­ ted in injuries to two area residents, according to New York State Police at Dundee. Henry Wodarski, 19, of Box 54D, Route 14, Dundee, was operating his 1985 Pontiac on the Dundee-Starkey Road, when he lost control of the vehicle, which crossed the road, struck an embankment and overturned, it was reported. Wodarski suffered lacerations to his back while a passenger, Laura Clark of Dundee, received cuts to her hand. Both subjects were transported to Schuyler Hospital by Dundee Am­ bulance for treatment. Wodarski was tideeted for failure to keep right and was released. / barre I |GUlj£j THE NIELSEN GRANITE COJ Fred & Jack Nielsen, Owners OUR 26th YEAR Sening All of New Yori( State & Northern Pennsylvania Only Memorial She^ in Yates County Ifeaied Showroom 113 E.LakeRd. Rt.54 Peon Yao, NY 53(ri8181 ‘Tozi'nsencC - WoocC funeral Cficvpd D ignity a n d C o n sideration Stephen P. W ood - F u n eral Director 536-3391 201 E a s t E lm S t r e e t , P e n n Y a n On Aug. 8, troopers arrested two juvenile runaways from Freedom Vil- lage in Lakemont, after an investiga­ tion revealed they had burglarized the Fox Run Golf Course on Route 14 in the Town of Reading. The pair broke in and stole candy and approximately $50 cash, it was reported. Both subjects were also charged with possession of burglar's tools and felony criminal mischief after they admitted to driving a golf cart over several greens causing almost $2,000 damage. The 16-year-old was arraigned before Schuyler County Family Court, while the second subject, a 16-year- old, was arraigned before Tbwn of Reading Justice Peter Pevo and remanded to the Schuyler County Jail in lieu of bail. Wayne in the head with a rock, itj(Vyas reported. Morrison also was charged with disorderly conduct. He was arraigned before Ullage Justice Cletand Allen and remanded to the Yates County Jail on $2,500 bail. An additional charged of third de- g7-ee criminal mischief was lodged af­ ter investigations revealed he damaged a vehicle owned by Douglas Presler of Old Bath Road, Wayne. Morrison was re-arrested and the new bail was set at $6,000 cash or $10,000 bond by Justice Allen. Leslie Irwin, 21, of Williams Road, Himrod, was charged with assault third degree and disorderly conduct. He pled guilty to the charges and was fined $260 by Justice Allen. Irwin was later charged after fur­ ther investi^tioD, for criminal mis­ chief, third degree, a felony, and criminal mischief, fourth degree. Mis bail also was set at $5,000 cash or $10,000 bond. John Burd, 19, of 34 Union St., Dundee, was charged with disorderly conduct and criminal possession of stolen property after a stolen Florida license plate was found in his pickup truck. He pled guilty and was fined $350 by Justice Allen. After further investigation, addi­ tional charges were lodged for criminal mischief, third degree, for also causing damage to Presler’s car, and criminal possession of a weapon, fourth degree, for possessing a set of metal knuckles. Burd was also placed in the Yates On Aug. 10, State Police arrested John Finch, 39, of 1124 Mertensia Road, Farmington, for felony driving while intoxicated, after he was obser­ ved driving erratically on Millard Street in the Village of Dundee. Finch also was charged with failure to keep right and no seat belt. He was arraigned before Village Justice Cleland Allen and remanded to the Yates County Jail on $500 bail. C o n tinued o n page 3 (DSPS-109-960) The Chronicle-Express is published every Wednesdxy by Oieenhow Newspipeis Coipome offices ere mtuiiained si S5 Ctnisteo StreeL HoineU, New York 14843. Offices sre miiriuinea It 138 Miin Sueei, Penn Yin. New YoA 14527. A fight which started in the Tbwn of Wayne and continued in front of ihe State Police barracks in Dundee, resulted in the arrest of six area sub­ jects. Sponcer Morrison, 19, of Skyeloch Village Apartments, Dundee, was charged with assault second-degree, a felony, after he struck Cary Wood of U .S . • 0 momns ‘txw, u mornhs ’IV.W. Single copy SI newsslsnd 35f, by msil *1.00. Ouuide Uie Continenul U.S. ^lone lor cunent sik>scr^on rates. S.ecoiri Csu offic^^entiy tt Perm Yin, New Yoik Post Office i ^STMASTER: Send address chan, ■-Express, -Express, NewYoik 145Z7 : bend address change lo ihe Chronicle 138 Main Street, Pern Yan. 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