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WAYNE COUNTY’S MOST WIDELY r e a d n e w s p a p e r THE HOME NEWSPAPER T h e M a r i o n E n t e r p r i s e - I VOL. LXVIII— No. 15 NEWARK, NEW YORK. THURSDAY, APRIL 11, 1940 E n t e r e d as second -class fnatl m a t t e r .at N ewark, NT Y. P o s t Office SECTIONS— 14 PAGES SET HEALTH Committees TdT5tag<r First Banquet at Lyons Tonight Tlie Wayne COuftty Health i Cwiinnittee -and 10 town com- i n i - ' will hold their first i Xtnvial Dinner at '6:30 o’clock in Lyons- Presbyterian | cu>.i■■•’• ' Dr-. James*, E; Perkins,: I ;iur of the division of com-: j mun:rabfe diseases of the New York State Department of; H o h is t(> be the guest L}v..k<'r ' tin- following com m ittee h a s I turn working for m o n th s „ o n for h e a lth a n d nursing I project exhibits: Mr-. Byron B a rclay, Lyons, I ehal:man of exhibits, assisted l by Mrs. H. J. R a d ley, M a rion; I Mr; C B. B r a s s e r , ’W illiam son; IM: Ear! Tj Doty,. Newark,; M rs, ID-.. LmvreiicmN o rth. Rose; Mrs.. lgm u re Ayer., Clyde; M rs, N o r r is : [ran Duser, Sodus; M rs. -H.- IMo'lier, Palm y ra; M rs. C h a r les [■R.->y O n tario; M rs. M. Sim s, ]\V..,-.«tt; Miss M ildred O sm u n . I.Ly-'i.-. and M rs. F lorence | gi ovr, Newark, Mr... Jock Eliot, Lyons, is Irha.finnn of d in n e r a n d decor- Lt,-.-i:.-. assisted by M rs. E d n a JM'ore, Lyons; M rs. A. B. [Dliondt. S a v a n n a h ; a n d M rs, lErr.o.'t Sm ith. N e w ark. Mrs. iRob-'rt H a rris. W illiam son, is lrh.-i.rman of in v itations, assist- led in- Miss M a ry Bqwes, Lyons. I Mr- Don Lawre’nce, N o r th Rose,, I is. chairman o f publicity. Town com m ittee chairm e n lari- Mrs W illiam Y o u n g m a n , IM.icfdon; Sirs. R. E v e la n d , P a l - [ftij.r.i, Mrs. E r n e s t S m ith , New- |ark: Mfrs, Jock Eliot, Lyons; ■Mi.' R Nelson, C lyde; M rs. A. IB Dhondt, S a v a n n a h ; Mrs. |Drvnld Law rence, -Nqeth. (Rose; ■Mr* How ard R a d ley, Marion ; IMr R ibert W ignall, W a lw o rth; JM: Charles Risley, O n tario ; |M: R b e r t H a rris. W illiam son; JM:.- \v B Olney, Sodus; an d |M 1. iuise K n a p p , H u ron. W ol- |c and Butler. (’■'■nmittee- for a r r a n g e m e n ts lie Chairman, M rs. Jessie R. Me Ic i .mi. Palm y ra; assisted -by IMr. Robert H a n d s, W illiam son, la\.i”. Mrs W. B. O lney. Sodus. ~ . Hj-t< and hostesses are D r. f'- 'rm 'W a tson, Lyons, c h a i r - lm.!:; of county public h e a lth It - iMi.ttee: E lm e r B u tts, county |C'‘..,.r.„-.vioner of w e lfare, Lyons; ■Mr Evelyn- G a tchell, secretary ltd public h e a lth com m ittee, Moore, supervisor |oi I,-.on-; R a y Osgpode, spperv_ • >T R ose; an d official in e m - County. P u b l i c . H e a l t h IC .a-auitce. Ho-tc.'ses for ex h ib its are |Mr> Byron B a rclay, L y o n s; M rs. ■r-n-e Ayer. Clyde; M rs. N o rris - Du.'fr. Sodus; M rs. C h a rles |R •- O n tario, an d M rs. A. B. m’. Savannah. New Leaders of Men’s Club • Ncwly-ch.osen officers of State School Men’s Club elected Monday are, from left, seated, Bernard Armilage, Hirectorj Kenneth Witt, vice-president; Francis CXedrick, president; Harold Oaks, secretary-treasurer; standing, Patrick; Donahue; softball manager; Edwin Cook, Chester Pelis, Albert Gallant; and Fletcher Elliott, directors. Post, Auxiliary to Install in . Joint Rites W illiam Tierson w a s elected- com m a n d e r o f A rcadia M e m o rial Post, V e teran^ of Foreign W ars, a t a m e e tin g of th e P o s t T u e s ­ day night. O ther officers chosen w e r e : S e n ior vlcc-com m andCr, W h ir r e d Schinsing; Junior vice-com m a n ­ der, T h o m a s Colaclno; q u a r te r ­ m a s ter, R o g e r A llerton; ch a p ­ lain, Clifford Cha,phi, a n d post advocate, J o h n D e Neef. E d ­ w a r d M o tt w a s appointed as a d ­ ju t a n t .and M a x H u m p h rey a s officer of th e day by C o m m a n ­ d e r T ierson w h o Will m a k e addi­ tio n a l ap p o in tm e n ts in th e n e a r fu tu r e . -The new staff will be* in d u c t­ ed aV a jo i n t in s tallatio n cere­ m o n y ' w ith th e A u x iliary on M o n d a y evening, A p ril 22, a t Oddfellow s Hall. Bred H o llen­ beck, B a tav ia, a s s i s t a n t d e p a r t ­ m e n t ’ liason officer, will be th e installing officer for th e P o s t staff, an d M rs. E lla Tierson, lo­ cal p a s t president, will in d u c t officers of t h e A u x iliary. Officers o f tlie A u x iliary, elect­ ed last w e ek, w h o will be in ­ stalled April1 22 a r e : P resident, M rs. A u g u s ta R s a s e ; senior vice- president, M rs. A lthea H e ring: ju n io r vice-president, M rs. P a l­ m a DeNeef; secretary, M rs, Cor­ delia H u m p h rey: treasu r e r , Mrs. S a r a A llerton: conductress, Mrs. B e r th a Synesael; chap lain , Mrs. E ll a TTerson; guard, M rs. E thel Lord: h isto r ian , M rs. J a n e W ood- w o rth; color bearers—No. 1 . Miss S u e Tierson, No. 2, Mrs. C h ris­ tin a Ioele, No. 3, M rs. Lillian O a k e s aiid No. 4, M rs. F r e d a Schlnsing; tru s tee for one year. Mrs. F r e d a Schinstog; tru s tee ifo r 6 m o n th.', Mrs. M a ry B e n ­ n e tt. >ke Hampers | Firemen in $8,000 Blaze Downtown Bur If T -ii I* 11- In firem en w e re overcom e ■ninke as an $8,000 fire in > ntovvn business block late •day evening w a s balked nreadiitg to adjoining -e.ss buildings a f t e r a b a ttle i.rly two hours. blaze, o r iginating in a i’ p a rlor w h ich is com b ined •' o m en’s w e a r shop a t 105 M .ilir St.. virtually ruined Ti.irters of th e tw o busi- \uul spread to a second- pliotographic stu d io o f I'. Briggs before i t w a s ■ \ (1 F irem e n u n d e r C h ief L’. C o r n e l l = . _ 1 .-.moke fpr tw o h o u r s be- 1 x fijiguishing flam e s In th e ■ fram ework o f t h e stucco ‘ in-, \w-n Curl W est an d David *1 of A rcadia Hose Co. were an- w ith snioke an d rcviv- ■’ uic. wlfile th r o e o th e r -fi-oiS a c r e forced to ab a n ­ do n s . M rs. Jacob P . D u l- proprirtor of th e wom en’s hop. and Mrs. A u g u s t M il- o p ir a to r o f th e beauty *■ could give no reason fo r 1■ ' except for a possible -••i-trical etiui.pinent. Tlie -' a.' discovered by W illiam 'o- 225 E a s t U n ion St. D iniarl estim a ted d a m a g e ’’ com b ination s h o p a t about t while snioke aiid w a ter w to tlie B riggs s tudio m a - •iiid equipm e n t was estl- 'i a t $450, Luigi M a rchioli. 1 of th e block, estim a ted ' ■<' to the building a t $1,600. ■'•vs were covered by to - BAPTIST CLASS ELECTS M rs. Jan ies B riindage w a s re ­ elected presid e n t of—th e Phi la­ th e a C lass o f th e F i r s t B a p tist I C h u rch a t a m e e ting last week W e d n e sday. O th e r officers, all re-.eleeted are: V ice-president, M rs. Alice R e ed; secretary, Mrs. O. P. F u ts e ll, an d treasu r e r . Miss Nellie B u rgreen. Elects Francis Dedrick New President F r a n c is V, D e d rick, occupa­ tional t h e r a p ist a t N e w a rk S t a te School a n d d istrict B d y Spout com m issioner, w a s elected p r e s i­ dent of th e school’s M e n ’s C lub a t th e a n n u a l b a n q u e t h e ld M rt- a t the a n n u a l b a n q u e t h e ld M o n - t-er Pells a s h e a d ,o f t h e club. K e n n e th W itt w a s selected a s vice-president a n d H a rold O a k s w as nam e d se c r e tary - tr e a s u r e r . E lected to th e B o a rd Of G o v e r­ no r s w e re A lbert G a lla n t, Edw in Cook, B e r n a r d A rm itag e . F l e t ­ ch e r E lliott, an d Pelis. P e lis presided over th e m e e t ­ ing and- B r . ' J o h n S. H o e fffer acted a s to a s tm a s ter, in tr o d u c ­ ing D r. O e o rge W e b b e r a n d Dr. Julius K a te o f Albany, D r. Jacob Sirkla*... L y m a n r © w ithers; ahd. Don B ird. T a lk s w e re given by P a tr ick D o n a h u e , club softball m a n a g e r, D e d rick, a n d W itt. E n te r ta in m e n t w a s fu r n ish e d by S tanley K a rdys, A rm itage. Leo B e n n e tt, B e n n Tow n ley, and W illiani V e rbridge. ; ------- 7 Census Workers Taking Count for Newark and Area H a d your census tak e n ? T h a t , outside of arg u m e n t over the w a r, appears t o be th e m o s t p r e ­ valent question ’ going’\ the ro u n d s ill N e w a rk a s seven local census tak e r s w e n t in to the second week of co u n ting noses a n d g a th e r in g ! q t h e r _ e s s e n t ia l d a ta for the U n ited S ta te s C e n ­ sus B u reau. E ig h t persons w e re originally alloted to w o rk in N e w a rk, b u t one declinad an d a vacancy exists, according to Jo h n B. K e a n e , village D e m o c ratic lead ­ er th r o u g h w h o m recom m e n d a CHIEF GIVEN Firemen Taught Use of New Inhalator Unit STATE OK’S SIXTH TERIf NEWARK TO Cornell Re-Elected Head Qf ROAD PLANS Fire Department and Council F o r th e Sixth successive year, O lin C. C o r n e ll w a s . e le cted. C h ief of t h e N e w a rk F u a Dfifci p a r t m e n t at, th e a n n u a l d e p a r t ^ m e n t m e e ting h e ld la s t T h u r s - ' day_ evening. C o rnell, w h o , has, been a volunteer flrepian h e r | th e p a s t 36 years, h a s ser.vqq’; five o n e - y e a r term s a s chief. D e legates o f th e five com ­ p a n ies also selected P a r k e -■ L. Pul Ver a s first a s s i s t a n t chief,, Oeorge. L. Fox a s second a s s ist- la n t , y f illiam K. S t a u r in g as ’•[th ir d assistan t, a n d ’WUsoa^'Gr Bloom e r as fo u r th a s s i s t a n t. ■ : A t th e an im a l m e e ting T u e s ­ day n i g h t of th e Fire C o u n c il.’ composed; of tw o m em b e rs. i each com p a n y , C h ief C o r n e ll- w a s re-elected as presid e n t and E lm e r J . C u n n in g h a m w a s re ­ nam e d for h i s 33rd consecutive 'term : as' trea s u r e r . T h e council also Selected G e o rge Fox a s ' secretary. P r i o r to th e d e p a r tm e n t m e e ting tw o com p a n ies, besides th e th r e e reported last week, elected new Officers for the year. T h e y a r e ; A r c a d ia H o se C o .—P resident, F r e d S h u ltz; secretary, GeoMte Fox; treasu r e r , L e o n DeM ay; cap t a i n , Alfred, D a y ton; lieu ten ­ a n t, ’W illiam L a F lam ; delegates to d e p a r t m e n t m e e ting, R o b e rt B u rns, G e o rge Fojc, a n d R a y - ‘ m o n d E h r b a r d t ; delegates,, to. N p rtliern-C e n t r a l cony e iitlon, W illiam L a F lam an d P e ter F a g - lier; alte r n a tes, C h a r les COmp-. son a n d Elm o RUm sey; delegate to sta t e convention, D a v id. Day-, to n ; - a l t e r n a t e . W fison F isher; m e m b e rs of F ir e C o u n c il for two years, C h a r les L ibbert and F r e d Shultz. •Shown demonstrating uihalator, which ’ will he purchased by Newark Fire Depart- ; ment, to class of firemen qre Herbert Dib- . hi* ( ‘victim’ on floor,) and Bernard Vander- brbok, (holding mruk) instructors. Watch­ ing proceedings- are, from left, seated, W. . R. Stauring, Fire Chief Olin Cornell, Fire jSttidy Inhalator as Goal Nears Fund i G o jitinuing th e i r drive for vdLunteer..fujidi t o finance p u r ­ chase of a n in h a lato r an d re- suScltator for th e village. New­ ark ;'firem e n w e n t ah e a d tills .. week, inspecting m o d e ls of th e D e luge Hose Co.—P r e s i d e n t r u n it and learn in g how to use it. O a k ley D o u g las; c a p tain , ' vldiying acquisittp.n as certain erlck K a h ler; secretary , A lbert 'S’iffiln a s h o r t t i m e . ' Rft-ts; treasu r e r , R a y V a n G o r- f P ire C h ief O lin C o rnell, c h a lr - ndc„v,„- jj,an of t h e l n h a la t o r com m ittee, Chief Geo. Heifer, Sodus Point; Henry Frey; standing, Richard Niles, Ellsworth Foster, Jacob Graybill, Horace Bergstra, Oakley Douglas, Edward Rasch, Roy Troke, Ray­ mond Spade, Arison Lay, A . DeRlaere; and Robert Bums, while E. McCarthy, company representative, kneels at right. der; L ieutenant, E d w a rd R a seh e ; delegate to d e p a r t m e n t m e e ting for th r e e years. A r th u r Lym a n ; delegates to N o r th e rn - C e n tr a l convention, A n son L a y and H a r r y W. P a r k e r ; altern a tes, H a rold W olfe a n d R a y m o n d w h ich consists of W. R. S t a u r ­ ing, assistan t chief. G e o rge W. D o ty, an d A r th u r Lym a n , sa id T u e s d a y n i g h t th a t th e fund still lacks som e m o n ey and ap­ pealed to citizens to do n a te T u e s d a y , April 16. .ans-wer-e amdc-—to—Suprem e-!— Mrs . ., Jnlia_ .S1 Court J u s tice Jo h n M iles, Lyons, county D e m o c ratic c h a ir m a n . C e n s u s tak e r s new oa-H ing-at Newark homes are Mrs. R u th Frem o u w , Mrs. L. F..L e e , 'M iss Spade; delegate to sta t e conven- j s m a ll am o u n ts to provide -this tion, O a k ley D o u g las; altern a te; - — R o g e r A llerton; m e m b e r of Fire C o u n c il fo r tw o y e a r s , A r thur L y m a n ; m e m b e r o f fire patrol. C h a r les S c h a ll; tru s tees. Jafiob G raybill, R a y m o n d Spade, a n d C h a r les S c h a ll. _ _ — •———O- ------ •— Bureau to Discuss Program for Year At Meeting Here An a ll-co u n ty m e e tin g to dis­ cuss -Home B u r e a u p l a n s for tlie 1940-41 p r o g r a m o f stu d y aiid activity is b e ing h e ld a t th e , . N e w a rk M e thodist C h u r c h n e x t ' O 'Sbt a t th e New Y o rk C e n tral Hose House. F ire C h ief George H e ifer of Sodus P o in t b r o u g h t u n i t fo r th e ir protection. T h e tnhalatcfr is used in cases of drow n ing, sm o k e suffocation, gas asp h ix iatio n . pneum o n ia, a n d sim ilar em e rgencies w h e re h u m a n lives- a re a t stake. C o rnell pointed put th a t the u n i t m ight have been used to ad v a n tag e S a tu r d a y n ig h t w h e n a t a dow n tow n fire several fire­ m e n were overcom e by smoke. He said it would be, u sed by the d e p a r tm e n t- -m- a n y -em e r g encies— in N e w a rk or su r r o u n d ing com ­ m u n ities. F i r s t in s tr u c tio n s in use of th e in h a la to r were given a t the regular first aid course M o n d ay Newark Club to Be Host to 100 BPWC District Leaders P ictu r e o il Page 3 N e a rly 100 guests from other clubs h i th e d istrict and from Niagara- Falls, Buffalo, Utica- an d S y racuse a r e expected to atte n d a g a th e r in g here S u n ­ day when th e N e w a rk B u siness a n d Professional W o m e n 's Club will be ho s t to a 7 t h D istrict m e e ting at W o lf s T e a Room. M iss E s th e r G o rw ln, Oswego, sta t e v ice-p r e s id e n t,'' 'wiffi‘“15<f p r e s e n t an d ex ten d . g fieettngs from th e S t a te F e d e r a tio n fol­ lowing d i n n e r a t 12:30 o ’clock, Soloists Also Score in Dis­ trict Festival P icture on Page 2 F o r - t h e second •time in years the Newark H igh G irls G lee Club u n d e r th e direction o f M iss Je a n e t te G ray carried o f f top honors in th e W e st Cen • trai- New York S t a te M usic Fes­ tiv a l w h e n it won first place for County Begins Buying Land For Strip to Be Built This Summer T h e proposed new state h ig h ­ w a y betw e e n N e w a rk and Pal-~--==*! m y ra on R o u te 31 wi-li definitely - be b u ilt th is sum m e r ,, it w as . Ji: te a m e d h e r e th is w e ek as -plans for th e seven-m ile strip estim a ted to cost $350,000 g a in - ^ ed. final approval o f th e state *,:4 highw a y d e p a r tm e n t. ' , Cap.t. A. W, B r a n d t, sta te , I highw a y com m issioner an d fo r - • ■ m e r W ayne C o u n ty resident, announced th a t details for the new 45-foot roadw a y have been approved by his d e p a r tm e n t an d requested th e W ayne B o a rd of Supervisors to go ahead in p u r ­ chasing th e necessary rig h ts of way f o f the route. T h e board's highw a y com m it­ tee. com p o sed of Supervisors E. A. S m ith of A rcadia, C h a r le s 1 1 .. M eade o f B u tler, S a n f o r d M r Youhg of P a lm y ra, L e a n d e r W. B a k e r of W a lw o rth, an d C l a r - - ence H u c k le of G a len, conferred Tuesday w ith S t a t e E n g ineer Br'ouse of t h e D istrict 3 office a t Syracuse on plans. T h e y to u r e d , the route, w h ich closely follows th e p r e s e n t line, an d m a d e plan s fo r p u r c h a s in g the neces­ sa r y 30 parcels of lan d t o ta l in g 21.84 acres needed for th e pro­ ject. T h e com m ittee began y e s ter­ day interview ing ow n e rs along th e route fo r p u r c h a s e o f 'fe - diay. The club w as accorded a F ir s t D ivision ra ti n g of “Superior\ by W e s tern New York S tate C o n tests to be held in C a n a n a n d M iss Rose M o o re. R o c h e s ter, | t h e j ucjges ancj recom m e n d e d for district director, will have th e charge of a round ta b l e . dis cussion o n “ P r o g r a m s ” . • .d a i g u a April 25, 26 a n d 27. Two D u r ing th e d h u icr h o u r th e | y e a rs ago, M iss G r a y ’s first y e a r local club w ill p r e s e n t a pro- j h e re, th e glee club took -first g r a m w h ich Will include a n o r i- ; p lace in b o t h sta te festivals and glnnl sk i t b y H e len H u m e an d , w a a recom m e n d e d for th e na Betoy M n y n a rd, a vocal d u e t by tlonal com p e tition w h ich they C h a rlotte’ G e r m a n a n d A n thony ! riirt , ^ t naHnff M ary S h e r m a n , Jo h n S h o r tall, f W illiam Kelley, a n d F r a n k B a rtleson, while R a lp h W eim er is w o rkhig Faixville and, s u r ­ rounding ru r a l territo ry . specialist, M rs. R u t h Sm ith, household m a n a g e m e n t special­ ist a n d -Euttiee H e y w o o d , o r g a n ­ ization specialist, a ll of Cornell, will be p r e s e n t to a s s is t the Bolles Made War Relief Chief A. Eugene Bolles of N ew ark h a s been appointed chairm a n of th e w a r relief co m m itte e . of W ayne chapter, A m e rican Red C?ross, according to an n o u n c e ­ m e n t yesterday by Mrs. John M e tcalf, N e w a rk, ch a ir m a n of tee I • Bolles, who h a s form erly I served as publicity chairm a n for | tlie county eiiapfer. will br in •charge of ail w a r relief aclivl- tie s ’of lied Cross in W ayne and, in the event of a country-w ide appeal due to increased w a r activ ity in Europe, will be ch a r g e d w ith working through com m u n ity chairm e n in the ef­ fort. Mrs. S tanley M u rdock, c h a p ­ ter executive secretary, reports receipt of a letter Xrpth J N o m a u I I . I! eliafrm a ii, asking all eouiiiy eiiapters io sta n d by for in • creiisG d -afd 'ftliicii is helievrd c o u n ty a g e n t M rs. E lizabeth P f a u tz. a n d co u n ty u n i t leaders i in fo r m u latin g n e x t y e a r ’s p r o ­ gram o f work. A new b u r e a u u n i t has re- ^ w o rth Foster, H o race B e rgstra, cently b e e n form e d ln w e st ^ t f -A-EieBlaere, E d w a rd R a sch, Roy key P a lm y r a a n d o t h e r s n e a r O n ­ tario C e n ter, W illiam son an d at Rose will be organized in tim e to se n d rep r e s e n tativ e s to the county p r o g r a m m e e tin 16th, T h e s e four h i addition to th e new S a v a n n a h an d G a n a r gua u n i ts to tal six hew groups so f a r , th is, year, increasing Home B u r e a u m e m b e rship m o re th a n one hu n d r e d . ----------- th e new u n i t recently purchased th e r e and w ith t h e aid of E d Me C a r th y gave a dem o n s tration. T h e y were assisted by H e r b e r t Dibble and B e r n a r d V a n d c r- brook. course instructors. 1’hosc enrolled in th e class are George Trow b ridge, R o b e r t B u rns, O ak Colacino, a n d vocal s e lections by a double q u a r te tte . — o ------------- Head of Institute To Address Meet T)f PTA April 23 K a th e r in e F i s h e r of New York City, nationally know n director of G o o d H o u sekeeping Institute, will address a m e e tin g of the N e w a rk B a rout-ifreacher Arso- t c ia tion in th e N e w a rk High -Srtrrsol -gym n astunrTm 'Sd inreve-- ning, April 23. • T h e announcem e n t was m a d e today. By Mrs. T. Spencer K n ight, president of the .asso­ ciation, who states th a t the general public is invited to h e a r th e noted women's- a d v isor ley D o u g las, R a y Spade, Ells-- .o tJix a L ilim c . Articles by K a t h - T roke, A n son Lay. Niles, an d H e n r y F ret. o- R ichard trin e F isher appear regularly hi the N e w a rk U n ion-G a z e tte. . did n o t a tt e n d ow ing to n e a r in g final school exam inations. B e tty Abbott, N e w a rk soloist, aiso placed first in th e vocal co n tests o b tain in g a Second D i­ vision ra ti n g o f “Excellent\. O th e r local soloists who received h ig h Second . Division ratings w e re K a th leen Crouch, piano, a n d K e n n e th DeLaney, b a r ito n e ho r n , v v E d w a rd D e Y o u n g , p ianist, who is au to m a tica lly eligible,- t o r tlie sta t e finals by virtue o f his F irst D ivision r a tin g last year, did n o t com p e te to th is y e a r 's festival b u t —took .par e,' obtaffflng-a'g’g i i r th e h ig h e s t honor of “S u p e rior”. N e w a rk's R o tary-H igh B a n d received a ra ti n g of \G o o d ” in th e Class B band contest w h ich w a s w.on by Pehn Yaii, W ayne C o u n ty school b a n d s th a t re ­ ceived top honors in th e i r re ­ spective classes w ere M a rion an d W illiam son both of w h ich wefe (C o n tinued on Page Six) th r e e | quired lands. I t is helleyed th a t construction wiii be sta r te d to late M ay or early Ju n e a n d th a t tlie en tire project w ill b e . c o m ­ pleted by n e x t F a ll. B ids f o r t h e job will n o t be aw a rded u n til th e county h a s o b tain e d title to of t h e l in k construc,tioi»n?i; bpgin. Approved p l a n s list a 45-fOot roadw ay, consisting p f tw o 11- foot strip s o f concrete highw a y , flanked b y a n o t h e r 11-foot space for possible fu t u r e con­ stru c tio n o f a th i r d strip , w ith Six-foot s h o u ld e r s running--along., both sides. M u c h of t h e old E rie C a n a l bed betw e e n Peak's, Bridge an d P o r t G ibson w ill be filled in. p a r tially e lim in a tin g a. lo n g - s tan d in g traffic h a z a r d o n , th is tw o -m ile stre tc h . Ail -curves will be reduced so t h a t n o n e as m o re th a n a five-degree bend. —— -— o~ ----- N u rsery Gives $ 1 0 0 , Fire C h ief O. C. C o rnell a n ­ nounced yesterday receipt of a Nash to Head Area Teachers ! Newark H igh School, is slated for electiou as p r e s id e n t o f the F inger L a k e s T e a c h e r s ’ Asso- j Daylight Time Set For N e w a rk A p ril 2 8 check for $100 and note of i c ia tion th is S a tu r d a y m orning appreciation from C h a rles H, I w h e n th a t group holds its An- P e rkins. presid e n t of Jackson &■ j u u a l Spring C o n ference a t the \POTBTns Co.. io r Ofiorts of i i r e - ’| LeayeiiwO’ttlf 'C t l l 1' 1 - . a « , n n n n . . - . . . » A . EUGENE BOLLES ;ite,vitiibl« duo t o tlie gveater a e - N ippeal is uiidef e to e f n l stu d y tivities of E u ropean bclligerrnto. ' ’ ■ ' Davis said, \T h e R e d C ross 1ms alw ays been conservative re ­ gard in g ? nation-w ide appeals, b u t r e p o rts of our delegation abroad can only lead to the conclusion th a t relief needs ill Europe will be greater, not less, th a n to th e p a s t few m o n ths. T h e question of a -nailou-w ide- N e w a rk will go on D a y light Saving Tim e th i s y e a r oii S u n ­ day, A p ril 28, in accordance w ith an o r d in a n c e adopted by the Village B o a rd last year. Clock.' will be s e t ah e a d one h o u r a t 2 a. m . t h a t d a t e .a n d continue on , , “fa s t tim e \ until S e p t 29 j T hc firem en, individually and L a s t y e a r th e village w e n t on I c o lteetively, did th e ir w o rk cffl- D a y ltght T im e unofficially A p r i l , c ientiy an d well. 36 a s re s u lt or jo i n t 'action to’ j . \A-s token of our apprecia- local m e r c h a n t s a n d m a n u fue I fcuMV are sending ytoir Trca»- p u t N-ewarkon I v r e t; M f. E lm e r C tjnningliain, a check for $100ift0. satne' to used as is seen lit.\ o>- nien in tlie firm ’s $150:000 fire at ' W olcott, its M u r r a y S t. p a r k in g p lan t ! O th e r officers w h o will be rec- M a reh 17. T h e letter to d e p a r t- ! o u iinended for etection by the m e n t m e m b e rs from Mr. Perkins 1 n o m inating eom m ittee. aecord- follows; j ing to Grove Nagel, principal o f - \W e wish lo express our up- | Phelps H igh School, chairm a n , preeiation of th e very good sei- j a re: Viee-presidPiit. F r a n k vice rendered us .toy tlie Newark Bcntz, principal o f Duiidce Cen- F ire D e p a r tm c iit during ou r re- • tral School, aiid s e e retary - tr e a s ^ c e n t fu-e a t th e trailer building. [ u rer. M iss M a rion L’Am o reaux of N e w ark. W illiam Drews, p i in - cipal of O n tario H igh School is slated to rep resen t -W s ■County oii th e new executive com m ittee. Masonic. Officials Area Meet Here H igh officials of M a sonry will b e 'g u e s ts here M o n d ay, A p ril 22, w h e n N e w a rk c h a p t e r , R. A. M. w ill.be h o s t t o a-W a y n e flist d ct - m e e ti ng—a t — the— local.— ! und m a y be necessary w ith in few weeks\. A t p r e s e n t th e \Wayne c h a p ter is w o rking to m e e t its. q u o t a of knitted g a r m e n ts for w a r relief by Ju n e 15. T h is q u o ta Includes 12 m e n ’s heavy sw e a ters, 15 wom en’s h e a v y sw e a ters, 30 children's sw e a ters, a n d 10 re­ fugee layettes. new tiino officially late in May w ith th e ordinance, w h ich coii- tiiiues in .effeet eacli year. GETS NINTH' TERAt . o f N e w a rk retail m e r c h a n ts will J?r. D. F. Jo h n s o ii Whs re-ap [b e held n e x t T u e s d a y evening at pointed fo r h is n i n t h term a.' B rill’s R e s t a u r a n t, according to h e a l t h officer of. t h e Town (> f|B e rnald Busii, ch a ir m a n of the A rcadia a t a m e e ting of tlie re ta il p lan n in g board. P lan s for tdw n b o a r d T u e s d a y . D r. Jolin- i S p r in g D isplay iDays a n d other son w a s first ap p o h ited to tin ' im p o r ta n t m a ttoi’s will be dis- po s t in 1908, a n d h a s served cusSed following d i n n e r 'a t 6:30, conttouously Hie paist 32 vears 1 h e (states. be i ark aul-om aticaliy becomes host- j to th e Spring C u n ( r r r h r e o f the Ihsruciatron n e x t jyear, in ft’liifiK, IHilGltlHAN’i'S TO -t’O N F E B ' “v e n t it Will he hold m the new An im p o r ta n t g e n e r a l Hireling I Junior-Seiiior H igh School. T h e j • \ / / M a sonic H a il, P r incipal speakers on th e occasion will be th e Rev. C h a r les D. B r o u g h ton, B u ffalo, G r a n d C h a p lain , an d D r. C h a r les J , -fl Wells, Syracuse, G r a n d H igh > s i P riest. O th e r distinguished - j p visitors will be R o b e r t- H rG a itcr,;- ^ Syracuse, G r a n d treasu r e r ; ^ W a s h ington A. R u sell, B u ffalo. G r a n d L e c tu r e r ; , G e o rge A. ~4 F rancis, R o c h e s ter, P a s t G r a n d H igh P riest, a n d F r a n k A. Lobee, Buffalo, G r a n d M a s ter of Sec­ o n d Veil. M ore th a n 200 are expected j a t t e n d th e m e e ting o | the /ay n e d i s t r ic t w h ich includes Hyde. Sodus an d P a lm y r a h a p t c r s an d takes in C lifton prihgs and a p a r t of Phelps.-— T h e general com m ittee hi ark ; D r. C. larles W, B u rgess, an d Dr. J , A. R e e d , - High Priest, N c w - W. S h e r m a n , H igh den; H ig h P r iest P a lm y r a . ■ C h a p ter; M y ron Prosfllus, H igh < P r ie s t S o d u s C h a p te r ; L e s lie j C h a m p ion. P h e lps an d E. J, j rockenbrueekner, N e w a rk.’ . • ^ M e m b e rs of o th e r com m ittees, ;v 1 a ll of N ewark, are: R e c e p tion— i. A s s is tant G r a n d L e c turer E a r l association com p rises 1,500 teachers lit W ayne. Seneca, Yates, an d O n ta r io counties. Dr. Jam e s T h o m a s ,' p r e s ident of C larkson In s t i tu t e of T e c h ­ nology. will deliver th e address at th e general session of the association tliis S a tu r d a y ; He “•ill he to-ti'oduced by Mr'. !MasI: AKTHUR E. NASH w h o is -in charge Of th e speaker for the occasion. N e w a rk tea c h ­ ers wild will take p a r t a s c h a i r ­ m a n in group m e e tings, w h ich will follow th e general session, arc Miss Ju liette Lucas. Miss. F r a n c e s Cady, a n d D o n a ld B. B u r d iii. Doty. E. J . C u n n ingham and W a r n e r C. Landfield: tick e ts-^ G eorge C h a p m a n , G e o rge Dtjby an d -B. L- Jagger.; d in n e r —L y n n W r e i i e h . , • - - —O * r— “ -•-ASSESSORH-TQ J H E E T -~ tr Z T h e a n n u a l m e e tin g of tlw • Town T a x A ssessors o f W a jau /',. C o u n ty will be held W ednesday April 17, a t 10 a m a t M i C o u rthouse.-L y o n s H a lolfi-R EnsloW; s t a t e assista n t dnje^PT-— • o f local assessm e n ts a n d Jo^RA Kenny., senior tax valuation t o gineer, fro m .th e T a x jfifepart to e n t a t A lbany will addfess t h e to e c tt o g . - / —

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