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.Page 3 HAMILTON COUITYRECORI Carl L. Fry E s tate, Prop. A r t h u r A . H o y t E d itor [) Pofio Emergency Aid Units Established to Fight Disease O F F I C I A L C O U N T Y P A P E R P U B L I S H E D B V E K T T H U K S D A Y September 5, 1946 Entered as second class matter at the PoBtoffice at Wells N. Y. Subscription Price §1.00 Yearly T O -W H O M I T M A Y CO N C E R N T a k e N o t ic e ;— That the oflSce of the Sheriff of Hamilton Qounty will be held at Long Lake in said county. Dated January 3,1941. B e e c h e r W i WELLS Weddings TOWNE-BOBINSON A very pretty autumn wedding was held at the Methodist parsonage on Sunday afternoon at 4:10 when Miss Anna Belle Robinson, daughter of Rev. and Mrs. John G. Robinson, was unit­ ed in marriage to Mr. Sperry T. Towne, son of Mrs. Mae Towne of Crown Point. The ceremony was performed ^ by the bride’s father in a bower' of seasonal flowers and ferns. The bjide wag attired tn a grey suit with black accessories and wore a corsage of red roses. I ’be hrideemaid, Mies Floris “^Schwarzkopf of New York City, cousin of the bride wore a coral suit with black accessories and a gardenia corsage. Mr. Sherman Towne, brother of the bridegroom of Crown Point, was the best man. Following the ceremony a reception was held at the parsonage for the members of the immediate families, after which the young couple left for a wedding trip through the Eastern States. Upon their return they plan to make their home at Crown Point. Mrs. Towne is a graduate of the Bloomingdale High school and has re­ cently been employed at the Marvel Glove Company at Northville. Mr. Towne is employed by the G. L. F. at Crown Point. Births Mr. and Mrs. Hasson Simons of Schenectady are the parents of son, Charles Edward, born August 27tb. Personals Mrs. Frances Girard Thomson who has been spending the summer with her brother, Peter Girard has returned to her home in Syracuse. Mr. and Mrs. John Martin Hager of Albany and William Rawlins of Gloversville visited relatives and friends in town Wednesday. Miss Bernice Hosley, Teddy Hosley and Ellsworth Schuyler were business visitors in Gloversville Tuesday. Mrs. Harold Shields and daughters, Ann and Eleanor^ of Albany spent the weekend with Anna and Jo hn Babcock. BM. J. Mulheren who has been spend­ ing the summer at his camp in Jolie Montague I^arfc has returned to his home in Albany. Miss Ruth Patch of New York City is spending some time with her sister, Mrs. J. G. Robinson. Mr. and Mrs. Louie Robler and Mr. Artie Holcomb of North Creek spent Sunday with Mrs. Mae Katbau. Mrs. Alma Beggs has returned to her home in Brooklyn after closing her summer home for the season. Mr. and Mrs. JDelbert Stuart and daughter of Delmar and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Wilson of Ravena spent the weekend at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Stuart. Mr. and Mrs. Douglas N. Thomson of Syracuse spent the weekend with Frank Girard. Mr. and Mrs. Hassan Buyce spent • the Labor Day weekend in Montreal, Canada. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Wolveu have rented the newly finished apartment at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Truman Brown. Mr. Wolven is the music teacher at the local high school.- Mr. and Mrs, William Jones and daughter, Doreen, have returned their home in Utica after spending their vacation with Mrs. Jones’parents, Mr. and Mrs. George R. Rabeoek. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Earley and son, Robert, were business visitors in Gloversville, Saturday. Sr. M. Evangelist who has been spending some time with her sisters, Mrs. George Havens and Mrs. C. E. Bates, has returned to her home in Newark, N. J. Mrs. Anton Schwarzkopf of New York City is visiting her brother. Rev. John G. Robinson. Mr. and Mrs. John A. Johnstpn who have been spending several weeks at their camp have returned to their home in Valhalla, N. Y. Frank Morrison spent the weekend in Ithaca, N. Y. (continued next column) The nation right now is experiencing what may prove to be one of the largest polio epidemics in the recorded history of the disease in - this country. This was made known today by Mr. John F. Farrell, chairman of the Hamilton County Chapter, of the National Fouu- dation for Infantile Paralysis. “So far this year,” Mr. Farrell said, “according to the U. S. Public Health Service the upsurge of polio cases nationally has exceeded the rise during the similar periods ever since infantile paralysis figures have been reported by that agency.” In our county no cases o f polio have been reported thus far in 1946.■ “The Hamilton County Chapter, Mr. Farrell said, “has this year to date spent 56.50 in providing for hospital­ ization and medical care and treatment for local polio patients.” We cannot tell how severly we may be hit,” the chairman said, “ but the National Foundation and its chapters are prepared as never before. Long- range planning early this spring now is paying invaluable dividends in ability to meet the present emergency. Four polio emergency aid units have been esttblished in cooperation With Stanford University, Harvard Uni- versi'y, Northwestern University and D. T. Watson School of P h ysiotherapy,” Mr. Farrell added. These units it was explained, are composed of an 'orthopedic surgeon, pediatrician, orthopedic nurse, an epidemiologist and two physical thera­ pists. Upon request of state and local health authorities the units go into epidemic areas, assist in setting offacili- ties and help instruct local professional personnel in modern methods of diag­ nosis and treatment of infantile paralysis. The Harvard unit was summoned to Florida last May. The Northwestern University unit just recently was sent to Peoria, Illinois, Mr. Farrell said. And he also pointed out that wherever polio strikes heavily the emergency aid groups are ready for immediate duty. ‘Chapters of the National Found­ ation,” the chapter chairman stated, “realizing the acute shortage of nurses, are working in close cooperation with the American Red Cross. Salaries maintenance and transportation of nurses, recruited through the Red Cross for work in polio, are paid by the Foundation chapters. Each chapter is fulfilling the Foundation’s Pledge that no infantile paralysis patient need go withont the best possible medical care ,nd treatnaent for lack of funds.” Should any chapter exhaust its treasury in providing for adequate cate and treatment of victims in its area, national headquarters senda in «up- plimentary financial aid. Ser^jices of the Foundation and its chapters are rendered polio patients regardless of age, race, creed or color. Wells Continued Personals Mr. Calvin Dunham and Mr. Jehu Pelcher attended the Fonda Pair Wednesday. Mr. L. Eickwort, Jr., of New York City, who has been spending some time in town, is a patient in Amsterdam City hospital. Mrs. Lela Straight of Albany Is visit­ ing her mother, Mrs, Mae Kathan. Miss Charisetta M. Christie has moved into the cottage, recently built by Albert Earley, next to the Serfis Glove Shop. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Collins who have spent the past six weeks at Hamilton Inn, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. George A. Flynn over the holiday weekend, and are now en route to their home at Daytona Beach, Fla. Mr. and Mrs. Orra Buyce, daughter. Beverly, and Mies Dianne Hosley at­ tended the Fonda Fair, Monday. WELLS CHURCHES Methodist Sunday Services 10-30 A. M. Preaching Service Daylight Saving Time Organist: Mrs. Leon Perry 11:40 A. M. Church School Miss Hilda Craig, Superintendent Wednesday. 7:15 P. M. Choir Behearsel John G. Robinson, Minister Baptist Sunday: 7:30 P. M. Worship Service Rev. Rollie Baker Pastor Pilirrim Holiness Church Sunday; 10:00 A. M. Sunday Sebool 11:00 A. M, Morning Worship. 7:00 P. M. Prayer and Praise 7:30 P. M. Preaching Service. Rev. Bernard. Barton, Minister St. Ann's Catholic Sunday, 9:00 A. M. Mass. Daylight Saving Time By Franciscan Fathers E xplanation .— Matter' in italics is-new: matter in brackets [ ]l is old law to be omitted. STATE OF NEW YORK D epartment of S tate A lb A nv , July 5, 1946. PURSUANT to the provisions of section I one' of article nineteen of the Constitu- hereby given that the following proposed amendments numbers one to fifteen inclu­ sive to the Constitution of the State of New York is referred to the legislature to be chosen at the next general election of Members of Assembly in this State to be held on the' fifth day of November, nine­ teen hundred forty-six. THOMAS J. CURRAN, Secretary of State. PROPOSED AMENDMENT NUMBER ONE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION OF THE SENATE AND ASSEMBLY P hoposino an A mendment to A eticle S even OF THE C onstitution , E m p o w e r ing the L egislature to A utkorize by L a ^ the C reation op a D ebt on D ebts o r the S tate N ot E xceeding the A ggregate S um op F our H undred M illion D ollars TO P rovide for the P ayment of B o ­ nuses TO M embers op the A rmed F orces OP THE U nited S tates F rom T his S tate , ------ '• ----- ID IN S uch A rmed F orcf '- H undred , F orty - one and S eptember S ec ­ ond , N ineteen H undred F orty - five , and IN THE C ase op D eceased . M em . bers . to THEIR N ext of K in as D efined by L aw ew section, ..ead as follo\.-. § 18. The legislature may authorize by law the creation^ of a debt or debts of the state to provide for the payment of a bonus to each male and female member of the armed forces of the United States, still in the armed forces, or separated or djs- charged under honorable conditions, for service while on active, duty with the armed forces at any time during the pe­ riod from December seventh, nineteen hundred forty-one to and including Sep- Hod o f at%ast^7ix^months^immediately prior to Ms or her enlistment, induction or call to active duty, provided he or she is a resident of this state at the time of making application for such bonus. The law authorizing the creation of the debt shall provide for payment of such bonus to the next of kin of each male and fe­ male member of the armed forces who, having been a resident of this state for a period of six months immediately prior to his or her enlistment, induction or call to active duty, died while on active duty at any tiif.e during the period from Decem­ ber seventh, nineteen hundred forty-one to and including September second, nine­ teen hundred forty-five;: or iDho died while on active duty subsequent to Sep­ tember second, nineteen hundred forty- five, or after his or her separation or dis­ charge under honorable conditions, while a resident of this state and prior to re­ ceiving paym< such members of the armed forcco onu.. be provided by general laws. The aggre­ gate of the debts authorized by this sec­ tion shall not exceed four hundred^ million inconsistent w itn tnis section , reiaiiny the issuance of bonds for a debt or debts of the state and the maturity and payment thereof, shall apply to a debt or debts cre­ ated pursuant to this section; except that the law authorizing the contracting of such debt or debts shall take effect with­ out submission to the people pursuant to section eleven of this article Xilai; u ie zom g u iiig cuiit^auiuciii/ uc xcxcxjcui to the next regular legislative session con­ vening after the next general election of members of the assembly and, in conform- PROPOSED AMENDMENT NUMBER TWO CONCURRENT RESOLUTION OF THE SENATE AND ASSEMBLY PkoposiNO AN A mendment to A rticle S ix or THE C onstitution , in R elation to THE R emoval of J udges and J ustice esolved (if the Assembly joncuri, ■rnav article six of the constitu- iion he amended by addling thereto a lew section, to be section nine-a, to read IS follows; lesions a ^ork,^ma^Tlso^be removed on^the rcc- mendation of the governor to ciate judge of the court of appeals then present in the state, Such court Shall con­ sist of the chief judge of the court of appeals or such associate judge of the court of appeals as the chief judge, pr the senior associate judge acting in his stead, shall designate, and the presiding justice and- the senior associate justice of each appellate division of the Supreme court dxcept that which contains the judicial district in which the justice or other judi­ cial officer whose removal is so recom- presiding officer of the court. In the event Of the inability of a justice of an appellate division to act as herein provided, the next senior associate justice able to act shall act in his stead. No justice or other judicial officer shall be removed by virtue of this section except for cause, nor unless he shall have been served with a state­ ment of the cause alleged,'and shall have had an opportunity to be heard. No justice ler judicial officer shall exercise, his after proceedings for his rejnoval m tted . The affirmative concurrence of not less than five members of the court shall be necessary for the removal of any justice or other judicial officer. The action of the court shall not extendi further than removal from office or removal from office and disqualification to hold and enjoy any event, shall be liable to in­ punishment according to § ’ 2 .’Resolved (if the Assembly concur), That the foregoing amendment be referred to the first regular legislative session con- election of members of the assembly and, In conformity with section one of article nineteen of the constitution, be published for three months previous toi the time of luch election. PROPOSED Al CONCURRENT RESOLUTION OF THE SENATE AND ASSEMBLY R emoval J ustices Section 1. Resolved (if the SeAate con­ cur), That article six of the constitution be amended by adding thereto a new sec­ tion, to be section nine-a, to read as fol- § 9-a. (X) A judge of the court of ap­ peals, a justice of the supreme court, a judge of the court of claims, a surrogate, a special surrogate, a judge of the court of general sessions of the county of Neiv York, a county judge, a special cow. judge or a justice of a city court of r ord, may be removed or retired also b] isticii r associate judge of that of appeals shall designate a judge or judges fhom the court of ap­ peals to act in. his or their stead. by virtue he shall have been served- with a state ment of the charges alleged for his re­ moval or the grounds for his retirement, and shall have had an opportunity to be his. retirement shall be had before a court on the judiciary. The affirmative concur­ rence of not less than four members of the court shall be necessary for the re­ moval or retirement of a judicial officer. Thu court in its discretion may suspend a judicial officer from the exercise of his office pending the determination of the proceedings before the court. The action of the court shall not extend, further than to removal from office, or removal from office and disqualification to hold and en­ joy any public office of honor, trust or profit under this state, or to retirement for disability: but any judicial officer whose removal is sought shall be liable to indictment and punishment according to thereafter receive such comp the legislature may provide. (4) The chief judge of the court of ap­ peals may convene the court on the ju­ diciary upon his own motion, and shall convene the court upon written request by the governor or by the presiding jus­ tice of an appellate division or by a ma­ jority of the judicial council or a major­ ity Of the executive committee of the New York state bar association there\ duly authorized. The chief judge of ability or disqualification of the chief judge, the senior associate judge of the court of appeals sitting on the court shall act as the presiding officer. After the court on the judiciary has been convened and Charges of removal have been preferred against a judicial officer, the presiding officer of the court shall give written no­ tice to the governor, the president of the senate and the speaker of the assembly of the name of the judicial officer against Whom such charges have been preferred, of the nature of the charges and the date set for the trial thereof, which date shall be not less than sixty days after the giv­ ing of such notice. Immediately upon re­ ceipt of such, notice the legislature shall he deemed to be in session for the purpose of this proceeding. (5) In the event that any member of the legislature shall, within thirty days after receipt of said notice, prefer the same charges against the judicial officer and such charges are entertained by a major­ ity vote of the assembly the court on the judiciary shall be stayed pending the de­ termination of the legislature, which shall be exclusive and final. But a proceeding by the court on the judiciary for the re­ tirement of a judicial officer for mental proper performance shall not be stayed., f6) The court shall have power (a) to designate in each case involving a judicial officer an attorney or attorneys at law to act as counsel to conduct the proceeding; (b) _ to summon witnesses to appear and testify under oath and to compel the pro­ ductiontion off books,oks, papers,apers, documents and o bo p 1 Drds before such counsel in advanci :he trial and before the court upon thi trial; (c) to make its own rules and reau- lations concerning the procedure to adopteddopted foror thehe investigationvestigation andnd trialial a f t in a tr of a judicial officer; (dj to grant immunity from prosecution or punishment when the court deems it necessary and proper in order to compel the giving of testimony under oath and the production of books, papers, documents and records, and (e) shall have such further powers as the leg­ islature may., from time to time confer upon it. (7) The judges and justices while exer­ cising the powers of a court on the judi­ ciary shall serve without additional com- § 2. Resolved (If the Senate concur), That the foregoing amendment be referred to the first regular legislative session con­ vening after the next succeeding general election of members of assembly and in conformity with section one of article nineteen of the constitution be published for three months previous to the time of such election. ' PROPOSED/AMENDMENT NUMBER CONCURRENT RESOLUTION OF THE SENA'CE 'AND ASSEMBLY P roposing an A mendment to S ection -O ne OF A rticle S ix op the C onstitution , in . R elation to the E rection of A nother J udicial D istrict O ut op the S econd J udicial D istrict as N ow C onstituted constiti Section 1. The supreme court is con-- tinned with general jurisdiction in law and equity, subject to such appellate juris­ diction of the court of appeals as now is or hereafter may be prescribed by law not Inconsistent with this article, The ex­ isting judicial districts of -the state are continued until changed as hereinafter provided. The supreme court shall consist of the justices now in office and their suc­ cessors, together with such additional jus- be authorized by law. The fter elected in the districts so altered. The legislature may from time to time increase the number of justices in any ju­ dicial district, except the number of jus­ tices in any district shall not be increased to exceed one justice for each sixty thou­ sand, or fraction over thirty-five thousand, of-the population thereof as shown by the last federal census or state enumeration. Any justice of the supreme court, except as otherwise provided in this article, may perform the duties of his- office or hold court in any county. slices in the new district e limit herein provided. § 2. Resolved (if the Senate concur), That the foregoing amendment be referred to the first regular legislative session con­ vening after the riext succeeding general election of members of assembly and in conformity \with section one of article nineteen of the constitution be published for three months previous to the time of such election. PROPOSED AMENDMENT NUMBER CONCURRENT RESOLUTION OF THE SENATE . ^ D ASSEMBLY J udicial Section 1. Resolved (if the Assembly concur). That section one of article six of the constitution be amended to read as follows; Section 1. The supreme court is con­ tinued with general jurisdiction in law and equity, subject to such appellate jurisdiction of the court of appeals as now is or hereafter may be prescribed by law not inconsistent with this article. The ex­ isting judicial districts of the state are continued until changed as hereinafter provided. The supreme court shall consist of the justices now in office and, their successors, together with such additional justices as may be authorized by law. The successors of said justices shall he chosen judicial districts once after every federal census or state enumeration, each district being bounded by county lines and there­ upon reapportion the justices to be there­ after elected in the districts so altered.* The legislature may from time to time increase the number of justices in any judicial district, except the number of justices in any district shall not be in­ creased to exceed one justice for each sixty thousand, or fraction over thirty-five thousand, of the population thereof as S 5 S srsi slip?.*?. court, except as otherwise provided in Vhe legislature may erect out of the '.ond judicial district as now constituted, other judicial district, to consist of ' ~ \^olk counties and n office between another jm Queens, Na: apportion the justices in office between the districts, and provide for the election of additional justices in the new disU not exceeding the limit herein providec § 2. Resolved (if the Assei That the foregokig amendmcL to the first regular legislative ------ venin'g after the next succeeding general election of- members of assembly and in conformity with section one of article nineteen of the constitution be published for three months previous to the time of such election, ^ PROPOSED AMENDMENT NUMBER CONCURRENT RESOLUTION OF THE SENATE AND ASSEMBLY P roposing an A mendment to S e (T xion T wo OP A rticle T hree op the C onstitution , IN R elation to P roviding for a T erm OF F our Y ears for S enators the cons follows: members, excej [The senators thousand eight hundred and ninety-five Shall hold their offices for three years, and their successors shall be chosen for two years.] The senators now in office shall' co*itinue in office until December thirty- first one thousand nine hundred ana fifty. The senators elected in the year one thou­ sand nine hundred and fifty, and their successors, shall be chosen for four years. The assembly shall consist of one hundred id and thirty-eight; and their suc- i, shall be chosen for two years. election of members of assembly and, in conformity with section one of article .nineteen of the constitution, be published for three months previous to the time of • such election. PROPOSED AMENDMENT NUMBER SEVEN CONCURRENT RESOLUTION OF THE SENATE AND ASSEMBLY P roposing an A mendment to S ection S ix OP* A rticle T hree of j : he C onotitution , IN R elation to C ompensation of M embers op the L egk the coni follows; nual salary [of — ----------------------- dollars], to be fixed by law. He shall be reimbursed for his actual traveling ex­ penses in going to and returning from the place in which the legislature meets. —.. ------ -- ------- gggii -week while th** session. Senators, -wbe is convened in extraoi the place ffi which l^ i s S t u r e is in session. Senators, -when alone is convened in extraor- 3ion, or when serving as mem- of im­ peach! ------ - ------------- sembly, not'exceeding nine in number,, as shall be appointed managers-of an im­ peachment, shall receive an additional per diem allo-wance [of ten dollars a day], _ __ pacitu therein or 1 r » J oTfpT cial capacity. Neither the salary of any member nor any other allowance so fixed may be increased or diminished during, and with respect to, the term for which he shall have been elected, except once by law enacted prior to April first, nine­ teen hundred forty-eight, and relating only to service after its enactiVicnt.- nor .shall he be paid or receive any other or extra compensation. The provisions of this section and laws enacted in compliance therewith shall govern and be exclusively controlling, according to their terms. Members shall continue to receive the same salary and additional allowance as heretofore fixed and provided in this sec­ tion, until Changed by law pursuant to this section. § 2. Resolved (if the Senate concur). That the foregoing amendment be i;.eferred to the first regular legislative session con­ vening after the next succeeding general election of members of the assembly and, in conformity with section one of article nineteen of the constitution, be published for three months-previous to the time of such election. .« PROPOSED AMENDMENT NUMBER EIGHT CONCURRENT RESOLUTION OF THE‘ SENATE AND ASSEMBLY P roposing an A mendment to S ection S ix OP A rticle T hree of the C onstitution , IN R elation to the C ompensation and E xpenses op M embers op the L egisla - the const! follows: § e. Each mem ber of the legislature shall receive for his services an annual salary of [two-thousand five hundred] five thousand dollars. He shall also be reim­ bursed for his actual traveling expenses in going to and returning from the place in which the legislature meets, not more than once each week while the legislature is in session.' [Senators, -when the senate alone is] Each member, when convened in extraordinary session, or when serv­ ing as members of the court for the trial of impeachments, and such members of the assembly, not exceeding nine in num­ ber, as shall be appointed managers of regular legislative session con­ vening after the next general election of members of the assembly, and in con­ formity with section one of article nine­ teen Of the constitution he published for three months previous to the time of such election. PROPOSED AMENDMENT NUMBER ' CONCURRENT RESOLUTION\'OF THE SENATE AND ASSEMBLY P hoposino an A mendment to S ection T wo OP A rticle T wo of the C onstitution , IN R elation to A bsentee V oting Section 1. Resolved (if the Assembly concur). That section two of article two of the constitution be amended to read as follows: and place at which, qualified voters __ may, on the occurrence of any [gen­ eral] election, be unavoidably absent from the [state or county] place of their resi­ dence because they are inmates of a-sol­ diers’ and sailors’ home or of a United Statestates veterans’eterans’ bureauureau hospital,ospital, orr be- S v b h o 1 cause their duties, occupation or business. or those of members of their families, re­ quire them to --- •’ ----- United States], turn and canvs election district reside]. § 2. Resolved (if the Assembly concur). 'ihe foregoing amendment be referred in conformity with section one of article nineteen of the constitution, be published for three months previous to the, time of such election. PROPOSED .AMENDMENT NUMBER CONCURRENT RESOLUTION OP THE SENATE AND ASSEMBLY P roposing ING BY Q ualified V oters in the A ctual M ilitary S ervice op the S tate or op '3 U nited S tates § 2. The legislature may, by general law, provide a manner in which, and the time and place at which, qualified voters who may, on the occurrence of any gen­ eral election, be unavoidably absent from ____ — - inmates of a soldi_*_ ___ sailors’ home or of a United States vet­ erans’ bureau hospital, or because\ their, duties, occupatibn or business require them to be elsewhere within the United States, may vote, and for the return and canvass of their votes in the election [district] districts in which they respec­ tively reside. The legislature, notwithstanding any other provision of this article, by general law, also may provide a manner in which and the time and place at which, in time of war or otherwise, qualified voters in the actual military service of the state, or of the United States, in the army or navy thereof, and their wives and dependents, who may be absent from the state or county of their residence on the occur­ rence of any general election, may regis­ ter and vote, and for the return and can­ vass of their votes in the election districts in which they respectively reside. conformity with section one of article nineteen of the constitution be published for three months previous to the time of such election. PROPOSED AMENDMENT NUMBER ELEVEN CONCURRENT RESOLUTION OP THE SENATE AND ASSEMBLY A bsen : _ constitt follows: n E lectors to 'V ote at E lections lis or her vote, shall be en- .!.'i'i^,.®l®°tion in^the^elec- •the vote of, the people, provided, however, that in time of war no elector either in [in the anny'\or navy thereof]''or who''is serving in the merchant marine of the state or of the United States, or who is attached to and serving with the armed forces of the United States, shall he de­ prived Of his or her vote by reason of his or her absence from such election district; and the legislature'shall provide the man­ ner in which and the time and place at, which such absent electors may vote, and for the return and canvass of their votes. Notwithstanding the foregoing provi­ sions, after January first, one thousand nine hundred twenty-two, no person shall become entitled to vote by attaining ma­ jority, by naturalization or otherwise, un­ less such person is also able, except for physical disability, to read and write Eng- to the first regular legislative session con­ vening after the next-succeeding general election of members of assembly and, in conformity with section one of article nineteen of the constitution, be published for three months previous to the time of such election. PROPOSED AMENDMENT NUMBER TWELVE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION OF THE SENATE AND ASSEMBLY P roposing an A mendment 20 S ection N ineteen of A rticle S ix op the C on ­ stitution , IN R elation to P ermuting C ertain J udges to S erve in the A rmed F orces of the U nited S tates or S tate OP N ew Y ork Section 1. Resol concur). That sect six of the constil read as follows; pensation as is now or may hereafter be established by law, provided only that such compensation shall not be diminished during their respective terms of office. Except as in this article provided, all ju-%. dicial officers shall be elected or appointed at such times and in such manner as the legislature may direct. No one shall be eligible to the office of judge of the court of appeals, justice of the supreme court, surrogate, or judge of any other court of record who is not an attorney and coun­ selor of this state except in the county of Hamilton as to the office of county judge or surrogate. No judge or justice shall sit which he was at the tim e a sitting mem­ ber. No person shall hold the office of judge or justice of any court or the office Of surrogate longer than until and in­ cluding the last day of December next after he shall be seventy years of age.' The judges of the court of appeals and the justices of the supreme court shall not bold any other public office or trust, except that they shall be eligible to serve as members of a constitutional convention and to serve in any capacity in the armed forces of the United States of America and the^ State of New York. All votes fo: a constitutional convention, given by the legislature or the people, shall be void. No judicial officer except justices of the peace, shall receive to his fees or perquisites of office. X ____ „ - dge of the court of gener ____ sions of the county of New York, a jus­ tice of the city court of the city of New York, and a county judge or surrogate elected in a county having a population exceeding one hundred and twenty thou­ sand, shall not practice as an attorney or lounselor in any court- of record in this similar prohibition upon county judges or surrogates .in other counties. No district attorney or assistant to or deputy of a dis­ trict attorH'.ey shall appear or act as at­ torney or counsel for the defendant in any criminal case or proceeding in any court of the state, nor shall any county judge, special county judge, surrogate, or special surrogate appear or act as counsel for a defendant in any criminal case or pro­ ceeding pending in his own county or in any adjacent county. § 2. Resolved (if the Assembly concur). That the foregoing amendment be referred to the first regular legislative session con­ vening after the next succeeding general ilection of members of assembly and, in :onformity with section one of article lineteen of the constitution, be published for three months such electk CONCURRENT RESOLUTION OP THE SENATE AND ASSEMBLY P roposing an A mendment TO SECTION ONE op A rticle F ourteen op the C onstitu ­ tion , IN R elation to S ki T rails on F orest P he teen of the constii read as follows: the forest preserve as now fixed by law, shall be forever kept as wild forest lands. They shall not be leased, sold or changed, or be taken by any corporal public or private, nor shall thereon be sold, removed o: corporation, the timber Sis SllStSSe ski trails thirty to the north, east and Whiteface mour'-™ ist and northw e st slopes of untain in Essex, ^county, noi cting and maintaining not to eighty feet wide, together 'with appur­ tenances thereto, on the slopes of Bel- leayre mountain in Ulster and Delaware counties and not to the next regular legislative session con­ vening after the next general election of members of the assembly and, in con­ formity with-section one of article nine­ teen of the constitution, be published for three months previous to the time of such election. PROPOSED AMENDMENT NUMBER FOURTEEN CONCURRENT RESOLUTION OP THE SENATE AND ASSEMBLY P roposing an A mendment to S ection O ne OF A rticle F ourteen op the C onstitu ­ tion , IN R elation to the U se op the F orest P reserve for R ecreation s follows: ion 1. The -....-J- Acaocu, oulu ux ca .- changed, or he taken by any corporation. Nothing herein contained shall prevent the state from constructing, completing and maintaining any highway heretofore spe­ cifically authorized by constitutional lent, nor for constructing and *ng ' ^ ■ ” twenty n _rnendmen., _ * ...,,,.,.,4.4., .,,,5 a,,,.. maintaini not more than twenty miles of ski trails thirty to eighty feet wide on nor shall anything in this section be con ­ strued to prohibit the state from building and maintaining in the forest preserve permanent enclosed buildings of use to the public for healthful recreation. The buildings herein authorized shall not in­ clude any artificial, mechanical amusement devices nor involve any commercial ex­ ploitation and shall be for the benefit of all the people on equal terms except that preference may by law be given to vet­ erans. election of members of the assembly and, in conformity with section one of article nineteen of the constitution, be published for three months previous to the time of such election, PROPOSED AMENDMENT NUMBER FIFTEEN CONCURRENT RESOLUTION OP THE SENATE AND ASSEMBLY P hopo « ing an A mendment to S ection O ne OF A rticle F ourteen op the C onstitu - R elation to the T aking . of EVER and O ther M etals and prom L ands in the F orest , teen of the constiti read as follows; Section 1 . The lands of the state, now owned or hereafter acquired, constituting the. forest preserve as now fixed by law, shall be forever kept as wild forest lands. They sllall not be leased, sold or ex­ changed, or be taken'by any corporation, public or private, nor shall the timber 'hereon be sold, removed or d--'- ----- ---- A from -------------- --------- ------- „ ---- maintaining any highway heretofore spe­ cifically authoi'ized by constitutional amendment, nor from constructing and ■ ' ■ ■ ' \ ' inty_ miles .... north, east and n o r _____ __ Whiteface mountain, in Essex county. No provision of this article shall deny the right of ony citizen otherwise entitled Jss: vening after the next general election of members of the assembly and, in con­ formity with section one of article nine­ teen of the constitution, be published for three months previous to the time of such election. Notice NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, iu compliance w.ith Section 142 of the Highway Law as amended by Chapter 731, of the Law of 1945, that Milford Benton, Superintendent of Highways of the Town of Indian Lake, Hamilton County, New York has recommended the piD’chase of . one F. W. D. 6 Ton Truck and accessories with V-Plow and Wing, at a cost in excess of Five Hun­ dred (§600.00) dollars. The Town Board of the Town of Indian Lake will meet at the office of • -the TownjOlerk o f the Town of Indian Lake in said-Town on Jthe 40th day of September, 1946, at 8-.00 p.m. of said day, to consider such purchase. Dated, September 5, 1946 DORA PARKER, Clerk Town of Indian Lake, N. Y. Rlx9-5-46 Bread Crumb Specials Aside from the familiar uses for crumbs in coating foods for fry­ ing, tbpping dishes for baking, and stuffing vegetables or meat, there are the bread crumbs specials: crumb pastry *for cream pi.es, crumb cake and crumb cookies. Crumb pas­ try is a good pastry because' it takes less fat than regular pie crust. Thawing Poultry When thawed before cooking, poultry cooks more evenly and with less use of fuel. It should be thawed- Slowly. Never try to hurry thawing by soaking in hot or cold water, as soaking causes loss of good juices. Thawed meat is more perishable than freshly killed, and should be cooked immediately after thawing. On the Rxm The old trick of moistening a^snag or break in a stocking to keep it from running may be all right for • nylon or silk hose, but it doesn’t work with rayons. M oist^ing weak­ ens and stretches the rayon and only encourages the run. Rich Mixtures For cooking ilch mixtures, such as fruit cakes, . use heavy bro-wn greased paper or a heavy wax paper in the baking pan. Greased paper is the best protection for mixtures baked at low temperatures for a long period of time. S T A IN E D p a g e !

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