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PECIAL TO UNION-GAZETTE Washington, J u ly 9—T h e nomi­ nation' of W endell W illkie as hf Republican c a n d id a te for he presideney h a s stre n g th e n e d he belief of political observers erf th a t P r e s id e n t Roosevelt ill be the nom inee o f t h e Dem - cratic convention. There is general agreem e n t, nt only among R e p u b licans b u t Iso among D e m o c rats, t h a t Mr. yiljkie is t h e b e s t possible man,, roiii the view p o int o f .practical olities. whom tt»e O p p o sition ould have nam e d . T h a t, as th e shrewd: lookers-on in W a s h ing­ ton cc it. m a k e s it incum b e n t upon the D e m o c rats to nam e heir best possible m a n . And hat man. all agree, is the Pres- aent himself, ■Nobody bu t b r e d - in - th e - b o n c partisans of one p a r ty o r th e ther is m a k ing a n y positive redicti.pns a b o u t t h e outcom e of hr flection. Too m a n y th i n g s 1 ay happen betw e e n now and November to m a k e soothsaying safe But as m a t t e r s sta n d now he sm a rtest an d m o s t experi­ enced political ’observers a r e in - lined to give t h e tw o .p a r ties-at! least an even break, even if Mr..: oosevelt decides to ru n a g a in s t Mr. Willkie, Several factors e n t e r into th a t line of figuring. T h e r e is t h e n a - lon-.wide trend a g a i n s t t h e New eat. which h a s been ap p a r e n t for two years o r m o re and w h ich seems to be still growing., No ther Republican w h o c o u ld have ten nom inated a t Philadelphiar 1 ^ in a better position to c a p ita l­ ize on t h a t d isc o n ten t th a n Mr. Wtlikie: for he is in th e unique po-ition of a m a n who w a s a Democrat up to tw o or th r e e years ago and is now th e leader of the R e p u b lican p a r ty . The bed opinion here is th a t such' an outstanding exam p le o f th e breakdown of p a r ty lines is biutnd to influence som e m il­ lions of voters. Personal M agnetism There is m u c h m o re th a n th a t behind the feeling th a t Mr. Willkie ha9 a gCocb c h a n c e even anni.'.t such a d o u g h ty oppon­ ent as M r. Roosevelt him s e lf. In his brief cam p a ign for the nom ­ ination. which h e personally did nor begin to tak e seriously until early May this year, h e has derh- i’\drated th a t h e h a s a m a g ­ net ir appeal to t h e public, w h a t • movie folks call \oompto.\ Of tlie other leading contenders it; Ins party, only Tom Dewey ha' anything approaching th a t ri of personal m a g n e tism . But ability as a cam p a igner is not the only requisite. W endell Willkie really won .the nom ina­ tion because th e g r e a t, uncount­ able mass- of voters h a d becom e convinced th a t h e w a s n o t only hi'nest, sincere a n d a fearless •fighter b u t t h a t h e stood f o r the things in w h ich th e people be­ lieved. He has been called an ‘’in ter- vfrdionist.\ by som e o f the sam e pfiiticos who have been accus- Irtr Mr Roosevelt of try in g - to dr.m this country in to th e Eu- irone.in war. I t seem s clear th a t hr has no en th u s ia s m fo r the \rrarr - a t - a n y - p r ice'' policy witch- was urged upon the reso­ lutions com m ittee by m a n y Re­ publicans. I t is W a s h ington's belief th a t in th e m a t t e r of ade­ quate provision for n a ti o n a l de- fc.i.ie and of aid w ithin legal ■limns for those w h o arc fig h t­ ing democracy’s w a r i t will de­ velop t h a t Mr. W illkie an d Mr. Ronseveit are n o t very far a p a r t In thpir principles, th o u g h p e r ­ haps in their id e a s of th e proper firet hod's. \ar Not an IsSuc If that surm ise is correct, then the -war issue\ will be su b s tan ­ tially elim inated from the P r e s ­ idential cam p a ign. And w ith that nut of th e way, the b a ttle \f the parties will be fought, on *hc fundam e n tal i issue w h ich ■drove Mr. W illkie o u t o f the pcnocratic P a r t y a n d intp ■ th e \ ’’publican. T h a t is the issue iic veen G o v e rnm e n t control of bu-iness and ind u s tr y , and free ■fcterprise. Aii nf the o th e r differences toe- U u u i th e parties. all -of t h e -ac- vixations levelled a t t h e A d m in- ‘‘■'I’ation. hang in sortie degree fip-n the basic question of how far the Federal governm e n t is \arranted in laying down rules ff'r hum an conduct a n d how ef- *cr'ivr its efforts in th a t respect bavn been tow a rd prom o ting the E\ ' r’t'al welfare. Tint, of course, is th e precise T’’int at w h ich M r. W illkie split “ th the .party of h i s form e r al- b’gia-irre it w a s his fight, as a wi in tss m a n . a g a in s t the Goy- '’rtmifnti.s restrictions -upon th e ' f ;V large en terp r is e of w h ich \ '*as the head, w h ich brought V'ri first into th e public eye. I t \J' ^ cor>tlnued denunciation ^ 'He policy u n d e r W hich his. and o th e r businesses have ’’“ ’n subjected to .G o v e rnm e n tal “ ntrol w h ich forced 'a ’ sbm e - “ lut bew ildered R e p u b lican '\ii.vpntion to pick h im a s the ‘ gluing leader w h o m they could ™ find w ithin th e ta n k s of '•'■‘■ it own, politicians. VOL. LXViH— -No 28 NEWARK, NEW YORK, THURSDAY, JULY 11, 1940 E<utfij;e£t &a second, class .m a il m a t t e r at~N e w a rk, N; Y. P o s t Office EIGHT PAGES- DROP CITED IN Newark Schools Get $8,311 Less in Year; Plant Cost Cut R e ceipts of $190,773, expendi­ tures o f $184,275.47 an d a b a l­ ance on h a n d of $6,497.92 ,are listed in th e a n n u a l financial report of th e B o a rd of E d u c a - tidm School D istrict No. 8, New­ ark, for the year, ending Jui 30, 1940. ' Receipts include a balance on h a n d a t th e beginning of th e y e a r of S8 423.08. an d a tem ­ porary loan o f $16,000 rep a id during the year. Excluding these item s tooth receipts and expen­ ditures showed a slight decrease from th e preceding year. P rincipal reduction in receipts w as in state m o n ey w h ich to ­ taled $62,764.80 during th e year,, $8,311.76 less th a n in 1938-39. B iggest drop In expenditures' w a s in th e item for m a i n t e n ­ ance o f p l a n t - w h ich ' t o ta l M $1,458.29; a / s u m $3,865.90 less th a n fo r last year. T h is is ow ing to the fact th a t p e r m a n e n t re ­ p a ir s to th e old h igh school building were elim inated by the building of th e new j u n io r - s e n ­ ior h ig h school. Included in receipts w e re: S tate M oney, $62:764.80; F e d e r a l Aid, A g riculture, $598.04; G e o rge Deen H o m e m a k ing F u n d , $281.- 73; N o n -R e sident T u ition, Sta.te, $6,240.28; R e tu r n e d Tax, C o u n ­ ty T r e a s u r e r .1938-1939, $4,- 348.79; T a x C o llections. 1939- 1940, $89,105,11;' T u ition—(Stu­ dents, $1,676.25; R e n ta l of G y m ­ nasium s , $373.15; In d u s tr ial A rts Supplies, $228:76; A g ricul­ ture Supplies, $136.13; C a f e teria, $212.19. G e n e ral expenditure item s were as follows: G e n e ral C o n ­ trol, $7,783,37; i n s t r u c t i o n a l S e r ­ vice, $106,577.43; O p e ration of P lant, $16,760.60; M a intenance of P lan t, $1,458.29; Fixed C h a rges, $2,224.50; D e b t Service, $46,047.01; C a p ita l O u tlay, $3,- 173.73; A u x iliary Agencies, $4»- 607.20. Girl Golferis; WAR CASTS GOP Bigwigs Huddle at County Party Meet COUNTY GOP Score Low in WNY Test at Rochester P redictions of high achieve­ m e n t in the golfing w o rld for a 17-year old Newark girl a p p e a r ­ ed approaching th is week w h en Miss Agnes W illiams, “d a u g h ter of D r, and Mrs. S. F. W illiams. 401. E a s t Avenue, shot one of , the three lo.w- j s t s c o r e s iamong 62 o u t ­ standing wom­ an golfers who piayed in th e , .q u a 111 y i n g roucid for the. i^ ^ e b . a m p i q n s h- i p of the W estern Mitt* wiiimmg N e w Y o r k W o m en’s G o lf Association at R o c h e s ter o n Tuesday. ,. Miss W illiams, who won the w o m e n s cham p ionship a t New­ ark C o u n try Club last year, tied w ith tw o R o c h e s ter women for; low m e d a l score in th e contest, a t Brook-Lea C o u n try Club by carding an 87, w h ich w as also th e score of Mrs. W a lter Lyons of O ak Hill an d Miss Ja n e Fe- gan, 18-year old M o n roe G o lf Club player. They w ere to draw y e s terday f o r th e m e d a list prize. T h e local girl, who is probably one o f th e longest h i t t e r s i n 't h e to u r n a m e n t, h a d .fine ro u n d s of 43 and 44 over th e tricky course.’ She was to play yesterday in th e first m a tch o f th e low 16 qualifiers w h o will continue th is week playing off for th e ch a m ­ pionship, w i t h ‘The finals slated Saturday. M iss W illiam s w as p itted in her f irst m a tch against M rs. H e n ry M oore, considered th e o u tstanding player a t B rook-Lea who qualified w ith a 93. T h is is th e second m a jor tourney -in w h ich th e local girl has played. Civic League Aid To Speak Sunday At Church Here Dr. E r n e s t \ L. T iffany, field secretary of th e New York Civic League, will speak in th e C h r is ­ tia n a n d M issionary A lliance C h u rch S u n d a y evening, J u ly 14. Dr. T if f a n y is a leader In the crusade for civic righteousness in “the w a r w ith th e u n d e r ­ w o rld”.'’\Rev. P e ter Rees Joshua, pastor o f th e C e n tr a l P r e s b y te r ­ ian C h u rch, H u n tington, Long Island, says, \I know of no m a n in our day as well acquainted w ith n a tio n a l conditions. Dr. T iffany h a s a vital m essage for th e tim e s.” Dr. T if f a n y will speak on W h ite S lavery an d th e present evil of M a r ijuana. A cordial in ­ vitation is extended to all m e m ­ bers of the WiC.T.U. and o th e r civic organizations to attend. Budget of $90,880 For Marion School Passed for 1940-41 . M a rion — E lm e r D. M o rrison w as re-elected to serve as tru s ­ tee for a term of five years a t th e an n u a l school m e e ting of D istrict No. 1 M a rion C e n tr a l School held Tuesday evening. B . S . R o g e rs w a s elected ch a ir m a n of th e m e e ting an d F. K. M o sher acted as clerk. N o r- val C roucher and M rs. K. M. Johnson were tellers. T h e budget for th e school y e a r 1940-41 w h ich w as adopted lists estim a ted expenditures of $90,880.40 an d 'r e C 5 ip t5 - o f $71,=- 880.40, T h e sum of $19,000 is . to be raised by tax -levy, as com ­ pared w ith $19,410. E s tim a ted expehdilures in ­ clude: G e n e r a l control $1,100, in s tr u c tio n a l service $40,700, operation of p la n t $7,750. m a in ­ tenance of p l a n t $2,600. a u x iliary agencies $9,350. fixed charges $3,550, d e b t service $23,900, capi­ ta l outlay $1,400, w o rking b a l­ ance of $530.40. E s tim a ted re­ ceipts include t h e July 1940 b a l­ ance o f $54.02, unpaid ta x e s of previous y e a r $1,150, public- m o n ey from county treasu r e r $61,822:38, am o u n t deducted by S tate for retirem e n t $2,250; am o u n t deducted from teachers wages $1,524. n o n r e s id e n t' tu i ­ tion $3,475, o th e r receipts $1,605. O -x =“ •' ■ r STATE s c h o o l , p r o j e c t Work, in connection w i t h a $45,913.00 WPA p r o ject a t th? Newark S t a t e School Is expected to get u n d e r w ay iii th e n e a r future, according t o E, D. P r i t ­ chard, stew a rd a t th e school. S0L0NS OK Village Willing to Accept Old High Plot T h e village of N ew ark will ac­ cept title to th e old school p r o p ­ erty a t E a s t Avenue and C h u rch St. if it is voted a t th e special school d istrict vote to be held th is Fall. T h is was decided in a resolution passed toy t h e Village B o a rd in regular session la s t week. T h e village solotis voted th a t th e property, including th e high school building, gym n a sium , and agriculture house, would be taken over by the village for a paym e n t of $1 if such action were approved by Dist. 8 voters in th e poll. T h is vote is expected to be held in Septem b e r, b u t no definite date had been set yes­ terday by th e B o a rd of E d u c a ­ tion. Village trustees, in th e ir reso­ lution, said th a t acceptance of the property would be co n tin ­ gent on t h e rig h t o f t h e village to tear down or rem o v e any or all buildings on t h e plot. No de­ finite plans for use of t h e prop­ erty have been m a d e by th e board, said M ayor R. E. C h i tt e n ­ den. b u t it is believed th a t th e proposition to be'* s u b m itted tp school voters will lim it i ts use to m u n icipal purposes. M eanwhile supplies an d equip­ m e n t to be used in th e new school on W est M iller St. are b e ­ ing moved from th e old prop­ erty and S u p e r in ten d e n t £ . H- Woelfel said he expects to begin operations' in h is new office in the $650,000 edifice n e x t M o n ­ day. Moving of supplies will continue throughout July and August, he said. Marion Youth Hurt In Tractor Mishap M arion—A M a rion youth h a d a narrow escape from possible critical Injuries la s t S a t u r d a y w h en he w as r u n over b y a farm tractor. T h e youth, Lee M o rrison, was helping his fa th e r unload hay w ith th e use of th e t r a c to r w h en th e m a c h ine started suddenly throw ing him under th e back wheel w h ich ran over both legs, T h e flesh was badly c u t and torn and one ankle was sprained b u t no bones were broken. Paul Reeves'Chosen Family Reunion Head T h e an n u a l reunion Of the. Lee - Reeves - W eicher fam ilies was held a t th e hom e of Mr. and M rs. H e n ry Lee, n o r t h o f New­ ark, on th e F o u r th of July. Sixty persons were p r e s e n t . ---------- A t th e business m e e ting th e following officers, all Of N ewark, w ere elected for th e com ing year: President, P.aul D. Reeves; vise president, P a u l W e ic h e r; secretary an d treasu r e r , R u th N. Reeves. LYRA RAGES Officials Weigh Changing Big Yacht Event From Sodus Bay T h e E u r o p e a n w a r reached its ten ta c les i n to lake sailing circles th is week a n d th r e w officials o f the- Lake Y a c h t R a c ing A ssocia­ tion, em b racing a ll y a c h t clubs on L a k e O n tario, i n t o a q u a n tify as to w h e th e r or n o t th e gala- th r e e - d a y re g a t t a of the associa­ tion will toe Held a t S o d u s B a y th is m o n th a s planned. A ccording t o L y m a n K- -Stuart. N ewark, com m o d o re p i t h e S d - dus B a y Y a c h t Club an d a m e m b e r of th e LYRA council, recent C a n a d ian g o v e r n m e n t w a r re s tr ic tio n s . have m a d e ; holding of t h e y e a r ’s pig yach.tr- ing ev e n t in A m e rican w a ters-a . problem . T h is is becaus’e 'C a n a ­ d ian s a r e forbidden: to take; m o n ey o u t o f th e i r co u n tr y for- p leasure or c o m p e titio n a n d also because tof-m a n y recen t difficul­ ties in 'o b ta i n in g passports. R u m o r s re a c h e d here y e s ter­ day th a t th e ev e n t w as to toe- sw itched from Sodus B a y to Co-, burg, O n tario, C a n a d a , b q ti Com m o d o re S t u a r t told the: U n ion-G a z e tte -that this was: n o t definite. H e w a s aw a iting, w o rd la s t n ig h t from R o b e r t B ; F. B a r r of T o ronto, p r e s id e n t of! th e association, as to his deci­ sion in th e m a t t e r . T h e re g a t ta was originally scheduled to be held in Lake O n tario off S o d u s P o int on Ju ly 27, 28, a n d 129- I t was to be p r e ­ ceded b y a toig cruising race from R o c h e s ter across th e lake to M a in D u c k Islan d s an d back to S o d u s Bay, w h e re the Sodus B a y Y a c h t Club w a s to a c t as h o s t for the reg a tta . The cru is­ ing race em b r a c e s an n u a lly ■ m o re th a n 50 large y a c h ts com ­ peting for th e F reem a n . Louise F r e e m a n , M a b b e tt, an d F o u n d ­ e r s ' trophies. T h e re g a t ta p r o p e r is sailed, aro u n d a nine-m il? tria n g u l a r course in- th e lake;. With b o a ts com p e ting, in th e ir ’ divisions for association p e n ­ n a n ts. E x p e c ted to re p r e s e n t th e So­ dus club in th e races, w h e rever held, a r e D o n W e lc h of N o rth Rose a n d h is 35-foot cruising sloop. .Frank F i f e r o f 'B ingham - j n n w ith “Esterell-a”, his 42-foot sloop; Jim D r y e r of R o c h e s ter w ith “H e llcat”, his new A tlan­ tic type yaw l; a n d Leon G a u s s in of R o c h e s ter in h is R - b o a t \S e c ret”. H a r r is o n Bloom er an d his S t a r “S u z e tte II\ and R o b e rt B loom e r w i t h ’ h i s new 6-m e ter \M e te o r” . N e w a rk skippers, plan to e n te r the re g a t ta contests. — , -- ^ ------- Active Community Man, Cecil Quinlin* Snapped in huddle with County GOP ChairmfM 'Charles A . Noble are candidates endorsed by county committee last Friday. From left — Congressman John Taber, G a z e tte P h o to County Judge Lewis A. Gilbert, Mr. Noble, State Senator Henry- Griffith and County Co/tmer Arthur Besemer. Assemblyman Harry Averill d id not attend owing to iilness. f 1— . County Units to Feast at Sodus Center All G ranges of W ayne C o u n ty will join -in a picnic outing t o be held th is Saturday, July 13, a t the Sodus C e n ter Park. Mrs. A lbert H a rtnagel of N e w a rk, county chairm a n of th e service and hospitality com m ittee, will be in charge of th e dinner, which will be served a t 12*30 p. m - S tan d a r d Tim e. , H e n ry Sherw o o d , overseer of the New York S tate G range, will be guest speaker on th e pro­ gram . .M rs.. H a rtnagel. who will be ^SfStod'toysUtoordfnate c h a ir m e n o f county units, requests ail m e m b e rs to bring dishes, silver, sw eetened lem o n juice, and sandw iches for th e ir fam ilies an d one dish of food to pass. T h e Newark G range will hold its N e ighbors' N ight m eeting at ’8:39 p. ffi. fDSTi tom o rrow in th e G range Hall. W illiam son an d Sodus u n its have been in ­ vited to atten d an d Mr. and Mrs. Lym a n Robinson are in charge of the program . — — o- ------------------- County’s Annual Ball Tourney Set Here Next Month A n n u a l W ayne C o u n ty to u r ­ n a m e n t to pick the county's . i i i s i | e n t r y in the state softball to u r - Claimed by Death 7 as ^ ^ second and J | t h ird weeks m A u g u st O n e o f N e w a rk’s m o s t active civic a n d fra t e r n a l organization m e m b e rs was olaim e d by d e a th last w e ek w h e n Cecil Q u inlin. 63, 133 W illiam s St., succum b e d to an illness o f th r e e -m o n ths on T h u r s d a y evening, Ju ly 4, 1940. F u n e r a l rites w e r e h e ld 'M o n d a y a t th e hom e , w i t h th e Rev. W. R. S a n d e r s o n officiating, and b u r ial w a s m a d e in E a s t New­ a r k C e m e tery. H e w a s born 'Sept. 20, 1876, in C h icago and h a d lived in New­ ark the p a s t 50 years. H e had been a clerk in th e N e w a rk Post Office f o r 37 years, held th e of- w ith W illiam son in the flee of “ tiler” in 'N e w a r k E lk s ’ c ap. Lodge fp r 30 years, a n d . w as a W inners fn these tw o gam e s m e m b e r of .N e w a rk M a sonic W>?1 P ^ y h e re S u n d a y n ight. Lodge a n d of t h e P rotective Ex- Aug. 11. as will also th e two tin g u ish e r C o m p a n y o f N e w a rk Ios?rs. Then tlM o s i n g team in F ir e -D e p a rtm e n t. He toad a i - th e “wir>ners bratfcst\ will m e e t w a y s been a n e n th u s ia s t i c sup­ p o r ter o f sp o r ts events. Surviving a r e h is-w ife , Mrs. M a rian-D e ll-Q u inlin ; tw o d a u g h - a t a m e e ting of W ayne team s w ith St.ate Com m issioner Ross (Tex) E rw in, R o c h ester, here M o n d ay evening. T h e county play-off will consist of a double elim ina­ tion am o n g four team s, all six or seven gam e s to be played at Col­ burn Park, Newark. I E n tr ies in the. 1940 contest Will be S ta te School M e n ’s Club, last year's cham p s, B ilo tta’s H ires, Lyons Santellis, and W il­ liam son O rphix. . F ir s t gam e s will be played the n ig h t of T h u r s d a y , Aug. 8, w ith H ires m e e ting Lyons in a 9 o'clock gam e an d M en's Ciub clashing n ig h t- thet c o n q u e r of .the tilt betw e e n th e tw o losers in a single con­ test Aug. 15. Victor in th is la t t e r test w ill Hwm play , t h e club w h ich did not lose in th e “Win­ n e r s b r a c k e t ” on Aug. 18. A team ' m u s t lose two gam e s be­ fore dropping out, so t h a t if the u n d e f e a ted team should dose in th e final gam e, an o th e r tilt w o u ld toe necessary. E rw in will personally conduct th e W ayne tourney, following resignation of C h a rlie Ross as W ayne com m issioner. , He has , , s? t Ju ly 25 as final deadline for nf ^ f ? n c L a *ci squad player lists of the entering - L . , - F ir e D e p a r tm e n t, re- team s a n d ’rul4d th a t only.play- ters, M iss L u c ille Q u inlin an d M rs. G e r r it D. F reihouw ; an d one son, G e o rge Q u inlin, all of Newark. O fficers o f th e Elks Lodge conducted a special serv­ ice a t th e funeral. — t >— o ----- ^ • First A id Squad Picks Vanderbrook a s Head ceiitly organized, h a s elected B e r n a r d V a n d e rbrook captain an d H e n ry F rey, secretary- treasu r e r , T h e squad plans to organize in s tr u c tio n classes next F a ll and add m o re m e m b e rs' to th e unit, w h ich gives aid in em e rgency cases a n d utilizes the new inhalator.- ers w h o have been in th e coun­ ty 60 days can com p e te in the tdtirney. W inner of th e to u r n a m e n t will rep r e s e n t W ayne C o u n ty in the sta te playoff to be -held in R o c h ­ e s t e r o n Aug, 30 and 31 and Sept. 1 and 2. S tate cham p ions w iir com p e te in th e national if . ... ... WUli GVUjpeit? 1X1 - l/iic lldtlU lldl ^ M o n d a y evening, th e sq u a d s tourney to be held in D e troit m e e ting included a question nex t Septem b e r, forum , in w h ich D r. Evan T a n - . ,. . 0 sley answ e r e d q u e r ie s on first - .Forty-tw o . Ifew ark children aid m e thods. S im ilar forum s enj'oyed th e ir first lesson a t the will be h e ld ; a t 'each m o n thly R e d C ross Sw im m ing School at s e s s i o n , 1 ’ PiHtneyviile oil Tuesday. 120 Attend Meet Of Garden Clubs In Area Held Here T h e N e w a rk G a r d e n C lub was h o s t M o n d ay tp m e m b e rs of th e 7th D istrict o f th e New . York ,State F e d e r a tio n o f G a r d e n Clubs a t a d in n e r m e e ting a t th e Newark C o u n try Club. O n e hundred, tw e n ty persons atten d e d inducting tw e n ty-five m em b ers of the N e w a rk G a rden Ciub. Mrs. O. W. B u m p u s, acting president of th e local club p r e ­ sided, an d Mrs. F r e d e rick Belr- son of R o c h e s ter, vice ch a ir m a n of th e 7th D istrict, introduced Mrs. Roy Lincoln of P t. W a s h ­ ington, N. If., th e guest speaker. Besides the N ew ark club, m e m b e rs were p r e s e n t from clubs in B a th . JSpencerport. H o r- nell, and from th e Cloverdale, Deep Springs, G reenaw a y , G e n ­ esee Valley, Flow e r City. Home Acres, Junior League an d Lake Shore garden clubs of R o c h e s­ ter. ---------- O ----------- r . . . Job Agency Opens Additional Office For Farm Labor A Special b r a n c h office- to handle requests of farm e r s for harvest Hands an d w o rkers for such jobs w a s opened for bene­ fit o f W ayne C o u n ty’s m a n y fruit and vegetable grow ers at Sodus on M o n d a y , Ju ly 8, a c ­ cording to announcem e n t of Paul J. B e st, m a n a g e r o f the Newark district office of the New Y o rk S ta te EmpIojTment Service. Best said th a t the success of a sim ilar tem p o rary office a t O n ­ tario last sum m e r h a s prom p ted the Employm ent Service to open the one a t Sodus th is year, which is more centrally located for W ayne growers. H e d e c lared th a t workers will be carefully selected from th e service flies tb fill needs of grow ers and th a t persons w ishing such em p loy­ m e n t m ay apply a t th e Sodus or Newark office, w ithout charge. No applications for unem p loy­ m e n t insurance will be handled a t t h e Sodus office, h e said. T h e office is located in th e Fire Hall a t 14 Mill St., Sodus, telephone 2651. Office hours are 7:30 a. m. to 3 p. m: daily, in ­ clu d in g Saturdays.- . P reference will be given . .workers from W ayne C o u n ty. Best said, a l ­ though applications from o th e r s will toe accepted to assure an adequate supply of labor, o 17 NYC Children to Arrive L. F. Lee A w a rded 20- Y ear M e rit K e y A 20-year Service Key was presented L. F. Lee, N e w a rk High School agriculture i n s tr u c ­ tor, a t the an n u a l conference of the New Y o rk S tate A ssociation of A g riculture T e a c h e r s held last week in Ith a c a . Mr. Lee h a s been a teach e r of agriculture since- J1916, e J h e p t for a tw o -year period sp e n t as county agriculture ag e n t of Cayuga County. He h a s served as teacher here th e p a s t 16 years. --- O ---- : ---- —- CHURCH DEBT CLEARED T h e $60,000 m o rtgage placed against th e N ew ark M e thodist C h u rch in connection W ith th e building of th e p r e s e n t church 16 years ago h a s been p a id off and th e church property is now free of debt, according tp a n ­ nouncem e n t by S, E. H a lld- gan, ch a ir m a n of the com m ittee on paym e n t. Seventeen New York City ch il­ dren will arrive here this F r i­ d a y fo r a tw o -w e ek vacation as g u e s ts in Newark a n a vicinity hom e s . The group is p a r t .of a n arm,y of thousands’ of ten e m e n t children se n t by the T ribune F r e s h Air F u n d to u p s t a te h o m e s offering hospitality. T h e Newark contingent will arriv e at the New York C e n tr a l sta ti o n at 3:48 p. m. sta n d a r d tim e . T h e re they will be m e t by th e local fresh air com m ittee, le d ' toy Mrs.. R o b e rt K a lb, -w h o w ill conduct them to S t. M ich­ a e l ’s C h u r c h w h e re they will toe exam ined by Dr. V. J. Palm e ri a n d D r. E lm e r DuBois before b e ­ ing tu r n e d over to th e ir respec­ tive hosts. The children will leave Newark for th e ir New York homes Friday m o rning, July 26. Following is the list of local hom e s th a t are en te r tain in g ch ild r e n : Mr. and Mrs. S tanley A m e ele—D o rothy B e h r n d t; Mrs, J; Roy B a ll, Sodus—W inifred B e h r n d t; Dr. and Mrs. V. J. P a lm e r i—a girl; Mr. and M rs, R o b e r t K a lb; P a trick and M a r­ g a r e t .Loughlin; Mr. an d Mrs. B. H. Bowers, Fairville RD—a girl; Mr. an d Mrs. J. W. T u rner, F a ir - ville RID—a girl; Mr. an d Mrs. M a son Stevens, O n tario—K itty V a n L eon; Mr. and Mrs. W ard P a l m e r - ; L o u rine Speucer; Mr. a n d Mrs. Fred M a tthes—M a r­ g a r e t Byrne; Dr. and M rs. Jo h n F e r r e ll boy and girl; Mr. and M rs, Leon K e ller - t w o girls; Mr. a n d M rs. Jo h n V a n d erbrook a g ir l; an d Mr.. and Mrs. Irw in F r e y —G ioria Tiem er. ------------ o ------------ 4 Wayne Scouts Act as Leaders In Troop at Fair F o u r W ayne D istrict Boy S c o u ts returned from the W o rld’s F a ir last week w h e re th e y have been assisting as p a r t of th e R o c h ester Council S e r ­ vice Troop. ■Ail . four of the W ayne Scouts held leadership positipns in’ th e T roop whiie it w a s ,at th e Fair. Alvin K e tcham , N ew ark Troop 122, a n d Jam e s Clark, M acedon T roop 166 acted as color guards; Bill M ason, Sodus T roop 111 was p a tr o l leader of the Flying ; E a g les; a i d - D o u g las O rbaker, M a rion Troop 137 was scribe for th e entire trip. T h e Scouts were chosen on a m e rit basis from those who ap­ plied th r o u g h th e ir S c o u tm a s ­ ters. T h e Boy Scouts were on duty fpr tw o hours each day acting as aides to th e fair officials, and giving general help and assist­ an c e throughout th e fair grounds, — 0-- ---------- Democrat Committee To Recommend Slate C a li for a m eeting of -the co u n ty dem o c ratic com m ittee to be h e ld at 2 p. m. -this F riday a t th e C o u n ty C o u rt House in Lyons, has been sen t out by J o h n B K e ane, Newark, secre­ ta r y . V-. A t th a t tim e the com m ittee will endorse candidates for the p r im a r y election n e x t Fall, an d recom m end: delegates an d a l t e r ­ n a te s to th e sta te dem o c ratic convention an d to th e seventh d i s t r ic t judicial convention. Endorses Officeholders; - Cayuga Backs Gilbert for Judgeship P resent officeholders w e re endorsed for re-n o m in a tio n a n d . delegates for th e R e p u b lican sta te convention an d th e sev ­ e n th d i s t r ic t judicial convention, to. k_VQl£cLoh.iffi t o i .FaiLPrijn-..™ ary, w e re recom m e n d e d by the W a y n e County R e p u b lican C o m ­ m ittee at a m e e ting in Lyons last Friday. C a n d idates, w h o se term s \of office expire th is year and who were endorsed as can d id a tes ip succeed them selves, a r e : Jo h n T a b e r, Auburn, U n ited S ta te s representative from th e 36th congressional d istric t; H e n r y W. G riffith, Palm y ra, sta t e sen a to r froni t h e forty-second sen a to r ial d istrict; H a rry L. Averill, F a l - 'rnjyra. sta te assem b lym a n from w a y n e C o u n ty, a n d A r thur B e sem e r. M a rion, W a y n e coun­ ty coroner. Basser Places Motion D e legates recom m e n d e d for th e judicial convention w e re; M a r s h a l l L ivingston, N e w a rk; Edson W. H a m n , Lyons; J, W illis B a r r e tt, W illiam son, an d C h a rles C. C o n g d o n , P a lm y r a . A lternates nam e d were: Ja m e s P. T h o m p - som, W o lcott; Jesse C. Petteys, Clyde; Doris Sim s, Sodus, a n d . G e o rge B r itten, Lyons. C a n d id a tes a n d ju d icial dele­ gates were unanim o u s ly recom ­ m e n d e d in action on a resolution offered toy C h a rles I B. B rasser. T h e resolution also praised “ t h ? fine legislative records” of th e candidates endorsed. T h e following delegates .were recom m e n d e d fo r th e p a r ty ’s sta te co n v e n tio n : M a r s h a l l ’ L iv ­ ingston, N e w a rk; C h a r le s M eade; B u tler; C larence H u c k le, G a l e n ; . H a rold Lauster, Lyons; George B radley, M a c edon; H e n r y G r i f ­ fith , P a lm y r a ; G e o rge C a tchpole, Rose; R e g inald S tevensen, S a ­ vannah:; D a n iel PM n ips,.SpdU t', ■Stanley H a m b y , W illiam son, arid ’ C h a rles Jenkins, W o lcott. Noble Praises Gilbert A ltern a tes nam e d w e re; C lara P rescott, N e w a rk; H a r r y B ray, :G a le n ; R a lph W ilkinson, H u ron; E d n a Nelson, Lyons;. . A r thur Besem er, M a rion; Doris N e sbitt,, O n tario ; Neville Thom p son,’ Rose; W ayne Y o e m a n , Sodus; Mrs.. C lara O ldrin, W a lw o rth, H, G . M cKuen, W illiam son, a n d Jam e s T h o m p son, W o lcott, D e s ignated a s com m ittee to fill vacancies w e re: E lm e r J, C u n n ingham , N e w a rk; C h a rles A. Stalker, M acedon, an d G e o rge B u rrow s, W alw o rth. C o u n ty com m ittee ch a ir m a n , C h a rles Noble, paid h ig h tribute to C o u n ty Judge Lewis A. G i l ­ bert, N e w a rk, w h o h a d p r e ­ viously been endorsed toy th e com m ittee as can d id a te for s tate- suprem e court judge to succeed th e late Judge Clyde W. K n a p p , Notole’s sta te m e n t was a s fol­ lows: “ L ewis A. G ilbert who aspires to the office of S u p rem e C o u rt Judge is well e q u ipped by exper­ ience gained in jud icial po s i­ tions, a n d m a n y years o f public service. He h a s been active in th e civic, f r a t e r n a l an d political life of W ayne C o u n ty since early m a n h o o d . Newton Heads C a m p a ign •'Mr. G ilbert h a s identified him s e lf w ith h u m a n i t a r i a n p r o ­ jects a n d during his judicial career has labored for th e b e t ­ term e n t of social conditions a n d . th e liberalization of d r a s tic law s an d regulations for the general good of all. He h a s a keen-grasp on cu r ren t affairs and. a deep sym p a thy w ith th e perplexing problem s of h u m a n ity. H e h a s a h o s t of frien d s w h o are c o n ­ vinced he will a d o r n th e h i g h judicial bench if n o m inated a n d eleeted.11 ---------- -------------- T a b e r . G r if f ith a n d Judge. G ilbert were also endorsed toy the C a y u g a C o u n ty G O P C o m ­ m ittee a t a m e e tin g of th a t group o n S a turday. N o b le also announced t h e .ap­ p o intm e n t of th e follow ing com ­ m ittees: C a m p a ig n C o m m ittee—P a u l D. N e w ton, ch a ir m a n , E r n e s t A:, Sm ith, A rcadia; F. P e r c y F rey, C h a rles-1. M ead, B u tle r ; H a r r y C. B ray, C larence ’Huckle,. G alen; R. Hayes C a tchpole, Ralph W ilkinson, H u r o n ; W i l - . ham S p e c h t, H a r r ie B,- Moore, Lyons: F o r d B. Fisk, E d w a rd G . Schiek, M a c edon; A rthur- B e se­ m e r. Jesse C. Elve, M a r io n ; Clifford W. Brown, Floyd C. Thom p son, O n tario; H e n ry W . G riffith. S a n ford M. Y o u n g , P a l ­ m y ra; B e r tr E . V a lentine, George-' C. C a tchpole and R a y ,A, Osgood, Rose; S h e r id a n E. W o o d , R e g i­ nald R, Stevenson, S a v a n n a h ; Dattiel H , P h illips, Jam e s G , Case, S o d u s ; • W illiam S tern i, L e a n d e r W. B a k e r, W a lw o rth; ( Continued on Page Seven.)

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