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W Ay . \ E C O U N T Y 'S . M U S T w i d e l y K t .\J > N E W S P A P E R THE HOME NEWSPAPER L. l : L X V I l— N o - 13 NEWARK, NEW YORK. THURSDAY,-MARCH 28, 1940 Entered a s second mail maujsr a t Newark, N. Y. Post Ofllde 0 w... c ■>: lc! ;u c . !\ • Lyons Man Sworn to Supreme as Youngest Justice Miles to Sit at First Court Term Monday in Rochester Probably th e youngest m a n ever to s i t on t h e suprem e court bench, Jo h n W. .M iles,. 32-year ■ old Lyons a tto r n e y , w ill preside as a justice o f t h e S t a te Su­ prem e C o u rt’s sev e n th judicial district a t h is first term , a spe­ cial term fo r h e a r in g m o tions, at R o c h e s ter n e x t M o n d ay. M iles Was appointed to the office, w h ich carries a $15,000 a n n u a l salary , last T h u r s d a y by G o v e rnor L e h m a n to . - f i l l th e unexpired- t e r m ’o f ‘ h is form e r law partn e r , the late Justice Clyde W. K n a p p , who died Feb. 1. The a p p o in tm e n t was con­ firm e d b y th e S t a te S e n a te ,on M o n d ay aud he w a s sw o rn into the office at R o c h e s ter on T u e s ­ day. The term empires Dec. 31, 1940. It is expected tfia t Justice Miles, w h o is ch a ir m a n of th ^ W ayne C o u n ty D e m o c ratic com ­ m ittee a n d president of th e : W ayne B a r Association, will_ generally preside over Suprem e C o u rt term s assigned to Justice K n a p p ta t th e beginning of the 'year. T h e s e would include six •trial term s ,, four special term s , and one eq u ity term fo r th e re­ m a inder of th i s year. K n a p p was scheduled to preside ,at trial term s in Lyons during M ay and Novem b er, a n d a t o t h e r term s in R o c h e s ter an d B a th. s P r o p o s e d 2 P. C. Tax ould P r o v i d e O n l y .$12.50 M o n t h l y B\ JOHN TABER ongrc-Miian 3Gth D istrict c.iX - i to th e Townsend' H. R. 82S4 repre- ;;;c- present id e a s of the ..a riubs., They re p r e s e n t pc -pie oi the country x!': it there would be , rvoiie over: 60 years ii.-i.ni $60 to $200. each, llltMiUl '• m . iv . that th e enorm o u s cGwted would n o t reduce ..-mie of business,, the te-:. amount th a t could be cavil pensioner oyer 60 s ni act* voulffi.be $.12.25 per tr. Tin- probabilities are tiie ;.ix would slow b u s l- tl.ii and reduce the vol- of u.o-s income a n d th a t p,:,-.vn would soon be less S12.25 per month. ; b::: proposes a 2- per tax- ..ii gross- incom e s, but it> exemption o f $3,000 ji.i:- In o t h e r words, i f a rfi.-.fs a salary o f $3,000 vtat ne pays n o ta x ; if a ha: * h as gross sales of 00 a.id has a net p r o f it of r —m t, m- $1,506, - a f t e r an exem p tion of 0 . ins gross income- he Id ;>.n 2 per c e n t o n $17,000, 340 p. this p a r ticu lar case, a- 1 . a ith an income of ■alary would pay no ,i man With a net in- l 500 in- a business S340. or 22>2 per cen t .•t income. r * ipt unis Cut Total Downey, one of the sirs of th e bill, en- a discussion of i t in .: on S u n d a y , F e b - 1940. in th e A m e rican the Air. H i s Talk the C o n g ressional March 13, 1940, and ■•.\i-lar p a r t o f it to ! •> :>h to r e fer ap p e a r s on 4401 Senator Downey ■ • ’he gross incom e of. ' ^ would b e about \I io. appears th a t only 30 ' tlie gross incom e is ay individuals an d - whose gross in- $3:000 a y e a r T h is - a to tal of $90,600.- -d be e arned by those ibject t o tax . i t is ■ tlie B u r e a u of In- ...uo th a t 3.500,000 -. uiied th is am o u n t. • the exeniptl-an vzauld iiuitiplied -by 3,500,000 “ i'CO.OOO. T h is would -m o u n t,su b je c t to the : tax of $79:560,000.000 - ••cut on this am o u n t i \0.000 from w h ich we - to deduct the ex- ■ bection- a n d oper- , 11 - A c tiw h icti at the • ould be $ 1 2 0 , 000 , 000 , \I'.rf leave, th e sum of available to the Under the proposed ...u.niift W ould be dis- • ftually. Id Hurt Business Downey claims th a t 10 000.006 people who ■ ■ fy for this pension, mean $147 per year, month to each p e n - \tlier -words, tak in g offered to u s by the b the bill, and no- and using a pencil to figmJe it. out. we adding p r a c tically to t h e taxes of the •uid only result in the f. $12.25 to each in d i- --loncr. In s tead of .i’-s taxes, it w o u ld “ truces. T h e -present upon business liave -stlflle and prevent liit-se new Toivn-send, mle the old age an-- i-'H faxes—would have ifii't th a n to m a k e Aurw. T h e y would i -interfere w ith real. -•■•.suctions an d w o u ld niterierx w ith the ■:fy of stocks and - general effect w o u ld 1 ' !\iis. a n d th e benefits :■■■•> idiials w o u ld not ex- a m o n th! T h e s e have been deceived , ‘‘m-- into T M e v ingF llIatt v illage nurse-. to -give— full- eo- ' old yield ttieiii. from operation to -those m a k ing the • a \ i niunl h naob | survey. J.F ...A ... JU S T IC E JO HN W. MULES T h e neW justice is a n a tiv e bf Lyons a n d a g r a d u a te of A lfred U n iversity a n d of F o r d h a m -U n iversity Law School in 1933. He served h i s law clerkship in the office of C. T . Ennis,-Lyc-ns, and w a s associated w ith C. P. W illiams, Lyons, form e r county judge, before en terin g p a r tn e r - , ship w ith Ju s tice K n a p p and Edson W . H a m m tw o y e a r s ago. He served as Lyons village a t t o r ­ ney- in, 1934-35 -and as police j u s - i tlce in 1938. • \ r HV S' ' Menzners Mark 50th Wed- In the presehce of n e a r ly a h u n d r e d friends a n d relatives Mr. an d Mrs. F r e d M e n z n e r of West, M iller S t . celebrated th e ir G o lden W e d d ing A n n iv e r s a r y a t Em tn.anuel E v a n g e lical C h u rch Tuesday evening. T h e couple w e re u n ite d in m a r r iage M a rch 19, 1890. by Mrs. M e n z n er’s fath e r , th e late . Rev, George F r e e h , th e n pastor o f the local church, but th e an n iv e r ­ sary celebration was held over u n til a f te r Holy W eek. A f t e r an o r g a n prelu d e by C h a rles. Sergisson,. Mr. and Mrs. M enzner entered th e church followed by two. flower girls. Miss P a tr icia Je a n Schaffne’r and Miss .Eleanor G a il B row n , and by E d ith W iltse who sa n g “X L ove You T r u ly ” . T h e 'p a s t o r , the Rev. W a lter K u h iie, a f t e r a s h o r t talk, had the • couple kneel a t th e a lt a r w h e re in p r a y e r h e recalled the vows of 50 years ago. T h e con­ gregation sa n g “T h e r e Is B e a u ­ ty All A round W h e n T h e r e ’s Love At Hom e\. M r. M e n z n e r p a id a -beautiful tribute to his wife an d express­ ed ap p r e c iatio n for th e frien d ­ ship of t h e c h u r c h fam ily. A t the request o f M rs. M enz- ucr the M ale C h o rus sang- '■Jesus, S a v iour P ilo t .Me\ and \Jesus Lover, o f M y Soul\. C h a rles W iltse of G e n e v a sang \The S u n s h in e of Y o u r Sm ile\. Tlie pastor read selections on the C h r is tian hom e. Mi-. S e r- gibson played an d sang “O u t of The D u s t To You\. Fohow ing p r a y e r an d benedic­ tion the group adjourned to the fellow ship h a ll for refreshm e n ts an d an, inform a l evening of music. M rs. A, L, H e n d rick read a .poem by h e r hu s b a n d in honor of th e occasion. T h e p a s to r in behalf of th e congregation .and friends presen ted th e M e n z n e rs, w ith a gift. Lee S c M f n e r in be­ h a lf of relatives presen ted the couple w ith a purse. T h e p a s t o r announced th a t the honored couple were giving a g i f t of $25 to th e ch u r c h for the carp e t fund. H E A L T n SURVEY SLATED A public h e a lth - s u r v e y will bo conducted here beginning April 1 u n d e r the auspices .of th e Ar­ cadia Public H e a lth Com m ittee, for the purpose o f checking on inoculations and v.accjnatioiis for sta te reports. R e s idents are urged b y M rs. F lorence G rieve. Body Hopes to Adjourn This Week By HARRY L. AVERILL. W a y n e C o u n ty A ssem b lym a n A lbany—L a s t week w a s a busy one in both, th e S e n a te a n d As­ sem b ly, d p i heavy .fcalendar? h a v e D e e p th e ru le in b o th 200 AT COUNTY VET AFFAIR ttUftr T W O S E C T I O N S — 10 P A G E S RURAL AREA Police Bid Leader Goodbye Wayne Legion to Entertain^One Dead, 5 Injured as Gale .Clogs All Roads in V County . .Newark's ru r a i area, along w it|i. all com m u n ities throughout W e s tern an d C e n tr a l New York,, w e re still attem p tin g today to dig .out o f w h a t w a s term e d t h e w o rst snow a n d w ind .storm, in 50 .^ears w h ich swooped dow n T rm rriB u fialo to th e A tlantic- C o a s t from S a tu r d a y t-hi;ough M o p d ay, . O p e person was dead a n d at fe a s t five o th e r s injured, one se­ riously, in W a y n e C o u n ty a s a dfi’Spt r e s u lt o f t h e furious s to r m w h i |h com p letely blocked' all couptry ro a d s a n d m a d e m a n y m a in a r te r ie s im p a ssable for several hours. M arty r u r a l roads town' o f A rcadia w e re to- State Heads at Clyde , on April 11 T h u rsday, April 11, is t h e d a te met toy G e o rge Aden, B row n P o s t o f t h e A m e rican Legip-n., for th e g a la county b a n q u e t to h o n o r D e p a r tm e n t Com m a n d -er G e o rge A, M e a d e a n d D e p a r tm e n t P r e s id e n t M rs. H e r b e r t H a fley. [ ± T h e ' a f f a i r w ill be h e ld a t th e Clyde G r a n g e H a ll, an d ab o u t 200 a r e expected t o atten d . • O th e r guests to be hqr.ored are: ’W'illiam A, U s h e r; 7th d is­ tric t ch a ir m a n ; M rs. C h a r les S tudley, 7th d i s t r ic t ch a ir m a n ; G e o rge M. P roseus, g r a n d ch e m - inot, 40 an d 8 7 7 B m T k trictr;-C o r- nelius V andeniO rtel, county com m a n d e r;, C. T e r r y G a rlock, county a d j u t a n t ; M rs. B , G. T h o m a s, county chairm a n -; IRev. Jo h n W illiam son, county c h a p ­ lain; G e o rge M, C lancey, p a s t d e p a r tm e n t vice com m a n d e r; C larence H u ckle, Mrs. M. D e n ­ nison, C. E. Zeluff, DCS, R . V,. G ibbons, DVS, W a lter B e n n ing, H a rold C h a iker. T lie featu r e of th e evening will be th e m a s s colors c e r e ­ m o n y i n w h ich each p o s t of t h e . county will participate! T h e Colors will ad v a n c e en m a s se to th e C o m m a n d e r’s table In a stirrin g and im p ressive ritu a l w h ich h a s never before been p r e s e n ted in th e county. T h e p r o g r a m p l a n n e d for th e evening is com p rised of th e very b e s t th a t Clyde can offer. T h e Eldridge S isters will give piano an d vocal solos; the C o m - pitelld sisters will play a piano -duetrr-Ph-yH-is—©apo-n-e—will m 1 an accordion solo a n d “D u d e Scott, e n te r ta i n e r e x tr a o r d in ­ ary,” h a s been procured fo r a pro m in e n t place on the list. M usic for dan c in g will be p r o ­ vided by ‘‘T h e R o y a l S e r e n ­ a d e s ”. C o u n ty officers of th e A n ieri- . . ... ., ^ can Legion w h o a r e expected to houses every day, w ith th e re - be .p r e s e n t , ^ r e : C o rnelius V a n - slilt t h a t we m a y be ab le t o fin- ^em o rtel, co u n ty com m a n d e r^ ish up o u r w o rk som e * tim e th is m . Jo h n s o n , vice com - week a s m o s t all of t h e c o n tro - i m a n d e r ; ,C- T e r r y G a rlock, versial legislation h a s been dis­ posed o f . - - — T h e b ill w h ich would place all the' D istrict S u p e r in ten d e n ts of Schools u n d e r Civil Service a f t e r Ju ly f ir s t w a s defeated by a vote of 69 to 59 i n th e Assembly. A m e a s u r e th a t w o u ld require sem i-an n u a l inspection of New county a d j u t a n t ; Rev. Jo h n W illiam son, county ch a p lain ; Way lan d Sprong, S e r g e a n t . a t j arm s ; Mrs. B, G . T h o m a s, county c h a ir m a n ; M innie P e a r ­ son, county auxiliary secretary and treasu r e r . d a y .'|tiU unopened an d M u rray S. VSfeiqher, tow n highw a y s u p e r ­ in te n d e n t, s a id i t m a y be a Week o f m o re before som e are cleared. Two.. N e w a rkers H u r t i n C rash , W e lc h e r rep o r te d yesterd a y - th a t - a ll n o r t h an d south m a in ro a d s a r e open to traffic, but t h a t one-w a y driving is neces­ sa r y in 'm a n y spots. He sa i d a tow p ' force o f 25 m e n is now w o rking continually to clear ru ­ ra l roads, b u t th a t h igh banks o f old snow, along th e routes mak;e it alm o s t im p o ssible Jor p l o y s to w o rk effectively an d h a n d shoveling is often required. D o c tor B raves Drifts. W ith Aid M a in o d d ity of the storm was fu r n ish e d , by a Newark .physi­ cian, Dr. D. F. Johnson, who w a s forced tw ice to obtain as­ sistance of th e town plow for grve-j-em d rgesey-m rai calls. At 1 -a.m.. Suiiday m o rning h e - w a s taken behind-a plow for five m iles and th e n rode th e truck for two m o re hiiles to the hom e of Aug­ u s tu s Cauwels, M arion RD, seven m iles n o r th o f Newark, and ar- Tjyed: to deliver a n E a s ter baby daughter- t<y* th e snow b o u n d fam ily a t 6 a. m. Again Sunday n ig h t th e plow preceded doctor to th e hom e of Philip Freling on th e Blue C u t Road, w h e n F r e ling was believed to be suffering an a tta c k pf appen­ dicitis. ........ -. —- — ............ ......... Y e sterday m o rning, revisiting •Chief Stolon McKown, left, receiving gift of local Police Bene­ fit group from Capt. William Artlip, unit president; a t fare­ well banquet given Monday by village officials prior to his retirement this Sujnday. SET APRIL 2 Labor Party Contest Leads , Police Sponsor Banquet for Party Post Elections Retiring Leader the Cauw e ls hom e. Dr. John sun was forced to travel the last mile on snow shces when th e plow -could n o t force a p a th. D in n e r will be p r e p a r e d -“a n d . Town plows collided w ith three jck E. served u n d e r th e auspices o f the Selection of m a jo r p a r ty dele- j Acc.uades of p r a h e were . . . -r, , , : h e a p e d on Police C h ief Solon E. gatef; to th e ir n a tio n a l nom in- - M c K o w j^at a . g a l a testim o n ial ating conventions, aiid o f m em - I b a n q u e t tendered\ t h e . C h ief, bers of sta te an d county com- : who will retire S u n d a y , M a rch m ittees will be m a d e by enrolled i 31. a f te r 22 years of service as voters of th e R e p u b lican, D e m - ^ ° f th e local d e p a r tm e n t, by , . • r , village officials, policem e n , ocratic. u.nfl A m e rican Labor ,| aild personal associates Monday parties Til W ayne C o u n ty and 1 j evening a t The- W olf’s, the sta te a t S p ring prim a ry A rranged a s a su r p r is e 'affair elections n e x t T u e s d a y . ^ol ^he ietiiiiig - c h ief, the fete ' V o ting, w h ich will - s t a r t . at was -spunsored by his associates noon a n d continue to 9 p. m. in ? n t h e force, who. also presented all districts-, is expected to w ith an ivory E lks-tooth, m erely form ally elect these w h ich th e chief said he had party officers already endorsed ^nn” desired: The presentation by th e respective p a r ty leaders was m a d e toy W illiam A rtlip, of com m ittees. T h is d o e s - n o t - P l-esid e n t of the .local Police apply, how ever, to can d id a tes iii Benefit A ssociation, w h ich ar- the t'W a y n e for the sta t e com m ittee ran ° e ^ T b a n q u e t and pre- of th e A m e rican L a b o r party. . . where tw o opposing factions will A r th u r N. C h risty acted as fig h t' for th e designations. to a s tm a s ter o f th e cerem o n ies A p p a rently assured uf election i following dinner an d introduced are~ 'P a u r D r “Newton -of \Newark- -stKeraL .associates of the C h ief and S tate S e n a to r E a rle S. W a r- wl'° ■sPl,kl' fo r fhpil' respective ner of Phelps as G O P n a t i o n a l ! o r m tfrest.s praising the convention delegates from th e i L’hlef.s record. T h e se included 36th C o n g ressional D istrict. A l - ! W illiam Sdieereiis. No, 1 p o lico- terniates nom inated a r e F r e d c r - m a h > C o lburr an d Jo h n W o rden., A h b u rn. a n d ! B K r:uu’- -v>UaKc board m em - Project Believed Certain as State Asks Options on Lands P rospects th a t -construction on th e proposed new 22 \-foot statq highw a y betw een N ew ark and- Palm y ra will be sta r te d th is sum m er were viewed as alm o s t definite yesterd a y follow ing a requisition from- t h e sta te h ig h ­ way dep a r tm e n t to th e W ayne ■County foad d e p a r tm e n t to se­ cure options on rig h ts of way necessary for the project. Levan R. Barnes, W ayne highway sup e r in ten d e n t, lie- ■ vealed. th a t W illiam R o b inson, th ir d d istrict sta te engineer a t Syracuse, h a s forw a rded m a p s and plans of the new highw a y , asking th a t th e county option for purchase 21:84 acres of lan d along th e p r e s e n t route for the new seven-m ile link. R o b inson sta te d . -Barn-es said, tljat tlie. r o a d ’s plans have h o t yet been approved in Albany, But both B a rnes and R a lp h _ J. Storm o f Newark, sta te assist­ ant engineer for W a y n e , ' tojffi the U n ion-G a z e tte th a t all indications a p p e a r to - p o i n t to- ; ward final approval. T h e co s t of ^ construction is expected to approxim a te $350,000. Plans for t h e lin k closely fol­ low the p r e s e n t route, although all curves will be cut dow n so th q t none is irioqe th a n five de­ grees a h d th e road will gener­ ally' be straig h ten e d a t all bends, C u rves approaching, and at A lletto n H ill will be cut dow n som e w h a t a p d th e road will take its bigfjest cut-off a t th e Peak’s B r id g e bend, T fie ro u te will cut th r o u g h 1.83. acres o f ti­ the J a n S of. Tliorne a t t h a t site, a n d is eic- , pected to ru n th r o u g h th e -site- / now occupied by a house and barn on th a t propwty-r- -------- O n ly o t h e r m a jor deviation Y o rk’s , 2,600,000 registered a u to - j Clyde G r a n g e . Roy H eit, m a s ter mobiles w a s passed b y a n over -1 h a s ap p o in ted M rs. E b e r Kelsey, w h e lm ing vote iri th e Assembly, M rs. W illiam R o se a n d M rs. an d It i s predicted th a t - t h e bill R a lph N e lson a com m ittee to will receive sufficient votes to i p l a n th e dinner. p a s s in th e S e n a te. • - ! 0 ------- : ----- A m o n g th e bills alread y sent- to th e G o v e rnor are: A bill p e r m ittin g m u n icip a l­ ities to register an d in s p e c t bi­ cycles a n d lim iting re g istra tio n fee to 25 cents. A bill requiring re a l e s t a t e salesm e n to qualify a s a broker, to have tw o years In s tead of one year experience u n d e r su­ pervision of real e s tate broker. A bill raising th e salary of C h a irm a n o f C o m m issioners of 1 (C o n tinued bn Page EighitJ ----------- — -O—— .— _ Bayview Club Elects M rs. F a r t President M rs. G r a c e F o r t w a s chosen presid e n t of th e Bayview Clfli} M o n d ay as th e club ended th e season's activities w ith a lu n c h ­ eon and election o f officers a t W olf's T e a Room. O th e r officers elected w e re: V ice-president, M rs. J . A. R e ed: secretary, M iss M a e Peirson, arid treasurer, Mrs. Aba G a rlock. Mrs. Phoebe M u rdock a n d M rs. Claude M a th e r w e re chosen as m e m b e rs of t h e Book C o m m ittee. — o—— ----- Genevan to Speak To Voters League D r. Floyd R . W right o f G e n e v a will be gu e s t speaker a t t h e r e g ­ u lar m e e tin g o f N e w a rk u n it, League of W o m e n V o te rs, to be held a t 3:15 p. m . F riday, M a rch. 20. a t th e Home of M rs! Jam e s Tyner, 20$: M a son St.; according to Mrs. Eai'l R. S to tt, president. D r. W r ight will speak on “Tlie In tern a tio n a l S i tu a tio n ”. H o st­ esses fo r th e m e e tin g will be jMrs-. L e v is A. G ilbert, M rs. Ed- twin A. B a u m g a rtner, a n d Miss ‘ieit%* into m u a r m iy - ''totom c n t o f o th e r h.-tvp been in ir o d u r e d YOUNG PEOPLE TO RALLY ............. .. ............ T h e YOung People's- League ♦Hie-m*g!mpivil-M^i--4i-am..|a i f T.i,V.OUiS_El-esbyleryi,‘will lioltl Its Spring m e c tiiig ii} th e WiuwihP\ , son P resbyterian C h u rch a t 4 ..p. m, Sundayi A p ril %. The speaker will -be Miss , A n n C. ___ _ C h a p m a n , Y’oung . People’s people in ' this c o u n try S e c retary fo r the Bqp.rd o f N a - '\‘•inucd ok P a g e Four) tioixal M issions, \ i s to say t h a t none '\lls would hav.e w o rked ne Townsend prom o ters tery m u c h t h e ability - - o - Clancy to Speak At Birthday Fete Of Legion Tonight G e o rge C lancy, R o c h e s ter, p a s t d e p a r tm e n t vice-com m a n ­ der, will be th e sp e a k e r to n ig h t (T h u rsday) a t th e tw e n ty - f ir s t b ir th d a y d i n n e r o f th e A u g u s t M a u e r Post. A m e rican Legion. T h e dinner' is’ s e t f o r 6:30 o'clock a t t h e post room s. • P a s t com m a n d e rs of th e post will b e guests, o f h o n o r a t th e g a th e r in g a t w h ich C o u n ty Com ­ m a n d e r C o rnelius V a n d e m o rtel will be to a s tm a s ter. T h e legion auxiliary will serve th e din n e r . • T h e evening will close w i t h a social .period. M ichael F itzgib- bons, com m a n d e r o f the--local post, T e rry G a rlock an d F r e d b a n d collided head-on w ith one Young are in ch a r g e o f th e p r o - j d riven b y th e Rev. Paul K irk- gram for th e affa ir . ' (C o n tinued on Page Six) au to s d u r in g th e w e ek-end j C h a rles E. Stone, P e n n Y an. w h e n driving visibility was b l o ti | A lso' believed1 \ i n ” are the ted out, but no one was injured. D e m o cratic n a tio n a l delegates, A 27-year old R o c h e ster m a n , -.nominees, J. Jo s e p h 'Bo.vi-. R a y m o n d B irkenm e y c r. died Auburn, and Jan ies L. Boyle, Sunday afternoon a f te r he h a d | Fayette, an d th e ir altern a tes. A. been struck down one-half mile. | G ray S k u tt, N o rth Rose, and so u th of S a v a n n a h on R o u te 31 by a car driven by Daniel J. F a a s , 21, of Sodus RD. In a n o th e r crash n e a r Egypt Mrs. G e o rge M a r tin of Lyons re­ ceived a leg injury th a t requir­ ed a m p u tatio n . Bus Crushes M a n on C a r In serious condition a t Sodus H o spital is O s c a r Ludwig, 51, of Sodus P o int, who w as crushed against his c a r by a passenger bus d u r ing th e storm Sunday M ichael Buckley. P e n n Yan. Expected to be re-elected to th e two state com m ittees a r e A r­ th u r N. C h risty. N e w ark, and Mrs Evalyn G a tcheH , Huron, Republican nom inees, an d Mrs. Eva W hite Baltzel, N e w ark, and Clarene.\■ R. P r a t t, W illiam son. D e m o crat candidates. Ill tlie A m e rican L a b o r con­ test two groups are struggling for the live sta te com m ittee posts ailoted by the p a r ty to m o rning, Ludwig raid lie had.;. :acli.asi.e:iibly district,, incliidsus been stalled on th e highw a y I W’ayne. N o m inated by petition an d w a s shovelling ou t when ! of five per cent of the county tlie bus ram m e d him against i p a rty vote two years ago, which tire au to , causing undeterm ined injuries. He is a son-in-law of Mr. and M rs. H. A. Collins, New­ ark. » Serious h u r t s w e re sustained by Mrs. D o r aid V a n d e rbniek Newark, w h e n th e car in w h lrh she w a s riding w ith h e r hus- ' b e rs: C. W B n n k e rhoff, fire de­ p a r tm e n t driver; C. Stanley W right and P a rke M. Reeves, peace justices; Jam es D. Hurley police justice; Wiiford T. chase, village attorney:; Charles H. Perkins, industrialist; and R. E. M acon, banker. Chief McKown spoke briefly. °xpressu:.g appreciation for the cooperation given him during iii.s term of office and relating- several anecdotes of h is career. G roup singing was ird by B e rt Q u a n c e a t tlie piano. Members of th e police departm e n t a t ­ tending were Irving Clark, Jan ies Severson. V incent -Lyke, H a rold Stell Emil Cliarlebois, Jo h n B a rninaker. R ichard Niles, Edw a rd H a -,: Bert Me.sley. C lif­ ford Goo.- sen and Philip Vail B o v c n , Class of 11 Receives will be o n 1 th e curve a t Gallo-- . w a y 's Bridge., w h e re tfie.. route will cut through a high d r u n i- liii so u th of the present road. It is n o t yet know n .at w h ich end of tlie ro u te construction will begin. 'P r e s e n t specifications call for two 11 -foot strip s of concrete and an o th e r II-fo o t blank space along th e n o r th side for possi­ ble fu tu r e co n s tr u c tio n . Six- P u r - j foot shoulders will also be b u ilt outside th is roadw ay. I t is be­ lieved t h a t m o st of the old Erie C a n a l bed from P e a k ’s B ridge to • Port Gibson will be filled in to accom m o d a te this 45-foot setup. _ — ------- o ------------ was 37. is tlie one group of candidates composed of Eugene Vail Den Bosrli nnd Jacob B rer- cils. SV.. of Newark. W illard la e and F r a n k Rapp.izzo of O n tario, and C h a rles ■ P lum b , Jr.. of Macedon, an d th e ir opponents. C h e ster Brown of- Palm y ra. fl d W ed- of W illiam s o n ,! ncs[tayibA p n l 8, a t 8 p> ,mh Conference Series Slated Next Week For Scout Leaders A series of. conferences for Boy S c o u t troop com m itteem e n thro u g h o u t “W ayne C o u n ty, starting; next week, h a s been- announced by F r a n k k . M o sher of M a rion, county c h a i r m a n .o f leadership train in g . P u rpose of t the sessions is to aid coniniit- Oddfellow Degrees I t,ecm<?n ill •planning ‘w o rk to p I help boys to advance in scout- A d.iss of 11 received in it i a ­ tory degree.v a t tlie m eeting uf the Newark Lodge IO.O.F. last I night and are slated t o receive Emma Jam e s P e ter Cauwels of W alw o rth, and 1 W illiam Hess. J r , of Iv o n s Senior Pens Personals of Washington Trip N e w a rk H igh School's 78 sen­ iors, along w i t h 2 2 f r o m ' 6 odus H igh School, re tu r n e d \ T u e s d a y aftern o o n from th e a n n u a l W a s h ington, D. C„ T rip, re p o r t ­ ing a delightful a n d highly ed u ­ cational outing. T h e y ex p e r ­ ienced chilly E a s ter w e a th e r in th e capital, b u t n o sn o w .v Som e of th e am u s ing a n e c ­ dotes %nd sidelights of t h e trip, as w r itte n by C h r is tin e T o rrell, senior and U n ion-G a z e tte h igh school co r respondent, follow: B y C R iT Ho! Hunr! J u s t in from W a s h ­ ington a n d F a i - s o oo slccpyr-B u t th e new s liiusjLmm e o u t .......... Member.', of tlie -class .are: W illiam -Crane, L e stei Slepner, Clrarles Woud.. Servas DrW ind, C h illies D e n n is. M anuel -Rapos.' C h a rles Apli.i. Jam e s .B rim d a g e . Jam e s Gru-I. R ich a r d Dey and. F rancis Munje. P . r t D irirfci Dcinily Abram P o r r e j will adm inister the first W e all h a d a glorious ' tim e seeing sig h ts on th e to u r and KBS!)!) CLASS EtJEC^rs j off tiro tour. AJicnt! A good New officers of the R e ed Class, sh a r e of these sig h ts were seen at_ n i g l i t „a:iiile.*-w:e^we.i-e- -cn.h- riding. Som e fun! 'leeteti-fl-t-tlie-.inpet,iii { Presbyterian C liurch M o n d ay night, are: P resident, Mrs.'. A r­ th u r H a m m o n d s ; vice-presi­ dent, M rs, i H a r o ld Allen; secre­ tary. M rs. H a rold B a r n h a r t , a n d treasu r e r , M rs. H a r r y R ider. I’uiver, G e rry Ridley, B e tty Riffi -duins-. a t the sta ir ianduia? ley. Bill P o r ter, “Tirih\ Lee, Paul j, r r y Tmv Uscnd actuai'iv did i*n ' O’Connell an d -myself. J mil w ith a boy! W r a v l won’t 1 FxpCrience certaliily is tin - . mind, or will lie? \R u t Pul- bcst teacher! Kn-y C^iamliers j vrr did p r e tty good liavin1; ■five; and h e r rouiiim a tc found tli-.t dqic.s oiti of mx pus^ibililic.- , out. S o did Ronnie VaiiCump C a r l Siiii'i-lz certainly stuck | and his rponim a te. Room service (l) ..xisli” Lee as m u c h as he ' iscx p e n s iv c is i i t it kids? t could. However Jim m y H a r t 'a u d ( ' \ a J t , a ” 11 !V*al‘,<^ 1'elim‘‘,r - some of th e o th e r boys m a n a g e d j faith f u l to each o th e r on the (ta(es U.u h hc,. . Q u inln, trip. T h e y wbrc about th e only i a n « ^ t*hicfe” -Sternte-. except for ones w h o were. , a nite or two, d c s c rtedT h e New- 0 , Assucinllcn and took Walkiiis ! ° landf> Assoclatii.n- I help boy.y ing in tlie various troops. One conference will be held each of tlid first two w e eks in April in New ark. M a rion, Clyde, Lyons, Sodus. and W illiam son,' lie said, an d a final county-w ide conclave will be held a t Lyons Elks Club on April 19. In 'N ew ­ ark sessions w i l l'b e h e ld W e d ­ n e s d a y evenings, April a a n d 10,. a t th e M e thodist C h u rch; in M a rion on. Tuesdays, A p ril 2 and 9, a t the schpolhouse; a n d in Lyunp oil T h u rsdays, A p ril 4 and i l, a t Hie courthouse. degree., n< ,\! WiKlnvMUy.-.Lunch | T h e program ut each nicetiiig. will be .vrvrd folliiwuig the- dc- ! will be led by a m e m b e r of th e grce cerem o n y ; staff of t h e co u n ty corhm issiou- . -o - .o r . E a r l T . Doty of Newark, and IO O F Past G rands i ,wl11 duties aiid l-e-' . at i mm i spBiLsiblhties of troop leaders. t i e d N e w a r k M e n , Assisting M o sher aiid D o ty w ith the conferences i s Edm o n d T , Hesser, W a y n e field executive. Poor G ilbert! The love bug ark party certainly bit him hard. His ! Glen girls out. Those that were seen dancing at the ’ “Lotus!* (fashionable situation is a real dilem ma. Ir's dci ween \afs^'aritl \Bitbc\ Dnr-ii rig h t for them selves! They hrd Sodus boys f o r sk a tin g p a r tn e is. Leave it to Shirley Gu-rlock t.%, pick out u good escort. Roger Cu-sc w a s d a r n cu te Bob H e a th al.-o Squired S h ir ley .about. j Janey (Hodgson an d h e r pals ) certainly did no t take any back Eilccti M a y n a rd and -Betty Van HubCii ciM-iaintv did not W asliinatou w as sliuwit!:.;! ..Did you like Jo h n ’ G u riirld girls? ' ,. Thrim e h a eom p linalod rig-1 marolc Mr N a 'ij won tlie r a d i o 1 l.liat was raffled off o n tile Ifatn 1 C o n g ratulations A. E,f I Well! I can ’t keep my eyes.] open any longer. P e r h a p s next H. A Verscliage, past g r a n d of N ew ark Lodge 250. IO.O.F, was elected president o f th e P a s t uf W ayne County D istricts No 1 a n d 2, at a recent m eeting. R a lph Me.slier, a u u liier past g r a n d of Newark Lodge, was Travelers Club Picks M rs. Stroup as Guide Mrs. F. Neff S troup w as elect- ed gyide of th e T ravelers C lub y e r rr tu r y , . an d Clyde ! a t t h o annual election o f officers Diek of Sodus was elected V tce-i M onday ill th e hoine of M l's.” president. n i , w ( « r i : u i t ; o h i t i l t s Washington rittoclub) were as I seats! T h e y n a d a lil-ole tim e ! week there will be new d e v e lo p - 1 Mrs. P a rke M. Reeves, secretai'y, follows: Gilbert Waite, Vera . . . 6 h , oh, C a lvin Fislicf and m e n is on W a s h ington trip ro- i.and Miss .-Edith B row n , treas- R a m , Mary Jane Brooks, “Rat” Irene B e d e ttd! W h a t were you, manccs. * 1 u rer. M a rshall L ivingston. M rs. Al’- tliur E. N a sh w as chosen a s s is t­ an t guide and Mrs. Harry. B row n Mi.'S M ina Elve is th e newly-1 was elected secretary a n d tre a s - e lee ted pi'esident p f tlie Coterie ' ui‘er. club. O ther-new officers are-M rs, H. ■£>. H u tcheson, vice-president; T h e session-,-u m eeting o f t h e club for the sea­ son. The club will hold its An­ nual Spring luncheon M o n d a y . A p ril 1 , a t W a y n e Hotel; L y o n s ,

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