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W ashington I n i t i a l t o u n i o n -G a z e t t e W ashington. Ju ly O l—Com ing | b;.,-k to work m the steam ing, jitii.ismatic sw a m p .w h ich is [.Washington i n t h e dog-days, t h e [members of both ho u s e s cf C o n - Ipri's.' are tak if ig , s tock o f the. 1(1 iiitieal .situation, and- r e lu c ta n t - jlv a p p roaching t h e big. job w h ich ■ i p r e s i d e n t h a d dum p e d on l.tiu’ir desks in. p r e p a r a tio n for Im.ikmK th e natio n a l' defense I;.,' cram effective, it i f exaggeration th a t a l l of |th, - wish they \ve.je sotnevv h ere; jel,,’ Few of th e n , see t h a t they I ra,i do much, i n W a s h ington to. (further th e ir ow n political pros- Ipet.s or those o f t h e i r respective l,,.,itH.s. and m o st of th e m are lafr.trl t h a t if th e y don’t stay on [ r mb som e thing will h a p p e n .-might to give th e w a r ,s i t u a - I.rinri an entirely d if f e r e n t aspect lfi-,.:v. the A m e rican p o i n t of; | \ i f W . T h e biggest Congressional, t a s k Ii; that of ta x revision. The. Irmmtry. has com m itted itself to- lixpt-i-.dhures for d e f e n s e alm o st [an great as all th a t we S p e n t in. [th e World W ar,;,.and ,tlxe ques- |f;nn now is w h ^ e to get .th e ; ey. The W a y s and. M e a n s Icomimttee of the;lH o u s e , w h o re [all revenue bills ifi'ust originate, II.as had a staff o f lib ian c iai a n d ■tax experts w o rking o n ’ lihe Iprnblem for' w e eks;?’fib h a s th e Finance O o m m ittee‘’oif t h e „ S e n - ■ate T h o u s a n d s o f . proposals: Ihave been offerecfby r e p r e s e n ta­ tive\! of th e E x e c u tive d e p a r t- [merits. Only tw o f a c ts s t a n d out Iciearly so far, _ . . . First, every d e p a r tm e n t or bu- |rran of th e G o v e r n m e n t w h ich has to do w iti^ spending- public iH'in-y is prepared to resist to jtlie bitter end any rediiotion ih ■tin ir respective expenditures, fee.-,'nd. no .m atter, how success­ fu l Congresgrmay b e in reducing ■ut.iKfessary expenses, th e new . It a xii.' th a t will h a v e to be im - inc,,rd will be staggering i n th e i r ■immensity. IPetit Lim it R a ised .No doubt rem a ins here th a t |m . increase in t h e borrow ing a u - |t.h :;ty of th e T reasury will have tn he voted. A n a tio n a l debt of jfn hill ions or even m o re by th e i- the next C o n g ress m e e ts in a.unary and th e P r e s id e n t to be flrr'ed in Novem b er is s w o rn In, ^cems to be o n j b e . . c a r d s , ^ Hn-vover the new taxes a r e dis- ! they will fall ultim a tely t!u- c o n sum ing public. T h a t ■ .-Miunatic.' Every effort will ..id- in Congress to tell th e , .■ otherw ise, b u t privately : ■ Senator an d R e p r e s e n ta- .idinits th a t w h e n th e w a r •ding really begins.every c it- 'il! feel, th e p inch of h i g h e r 1 '; . for everything he buys. I - |.i-ndmg . .upon how im m i- r.pi.' the th r e a t o f involvem e n t (n the European w a r ap p e a r s . Iv.iv.niEton looks for long- prinded and p a r tisa n speeches ■” the tax m e a sures com e to tlnor for debate, in th e ef- '\ convince th e voters th a t I isn't going to cost them iic and, anyhow , th e other '•■vs are to blam e. ■rcatest Em ergency T -1 wisest observers h e r e ap- ■ 'n d th a t th e m ix tu r e of • - lontial politics With w h a t ■ ' regard as th e g r e a t e s t n a - : d em ergency th e n a tio n has m a q u a r ter o f cen tu r y e -nnre will result in failure. 1 irrv th e . w a r p r e p a r a tio n s tie necessary point of com- ‘\I'hrs.s. and at th e sam e tim e L '.rp ir a te th e political situ a - P°n It is pointed o u t th a t th e A d m inistration h a s it i n It- p n r r to aggravate th e w a r -'t.i'i'm to th e point w h e re pub­ ic -’’minn will dem a n d action b e would involve th e n a tio n div in w a r. i‘r> - s such a situation arises, \ f\-i the seasoned observers '! e political scene give Mr. ft'Tki- and th e R e p u b lican p a r - li'ust a n even b r e a k w ith it insevrlt and th e D em o - On th e w a r question, as I tn th e p latform s o f the 'rim s and expressed by respective candidates, t h e r e little difference th a t they. fir |'r reg a r d e d a s u n a n i m o u s . leaves th e P residential ;'-i:cn to be fought o u t on 'ie issues an d th e person- ■ of the candidates, fo r , there h a s been n o re ­ in the R e p u b lican ran k s | ! WFikie comes n e a r e r to ha.v-i i united p a r ty behind him lev- nhv candidate of his .party Pi; !md since 1928. .T h a t th e r e i fl°ep division in .th e D e m o - 'i-'h' party is held to have been d .- i 'r d by S e n a to r C a r ter : . c o n v ention f.neech oppos- 'hird' term ; by N a tional \•an F a rley’s refu s a l to ■I'.'rt in the m o v e m e n t to Mr. Roosevelt; by Sen- Hnrke's w ithdraw a l from m rty and his pledge of.sup- Mr. W illkie, an d o th e r cfrao - which, to th e eyes of ■ ’ \hose business i t is t o in- rrp r - i .,jcll SjgbSi point,.to seri- 'lisafTectiori am o n g Denio- Jiahc leaders, If n o t am o n g the [\■’y voters. ------------ |V k T h e M a r i o n V O L LX V H I— No. 3! NEWARK, NEW YpRK, THURSDAY, AUGUST I , 1940 E n tered as-second: class m a il.m a tt e r at N e w a rk, N. Y. Post Office EIGHT PAGES BIGPARADE TO FEATURE FETE Visiting, Local Firemen, VFW to March Next Wednesday T e n visiting .fire departm e n ts, besides th e N e w a rk Fire D e p a r t­ m e n t, an d th e Arcadia M em o rial, Post, V e terans of Foreign W ars, will toe in line in the big parade n e x t W ednesday th a t will fea­ tu r e the Old Home W eek’ a n d Jubiietr-being ’sponsored' jo in tly : by ,th e local firem en an d th e . VFW. T h e VFW B a n d , t h e W a s h ing­ ton P o s t D rum and Bugle Corps and the S t a te School D rum Corps will also m a r c h and a num b e r of th e visiting fire com - i p a n ies are expected to bring along m u sical units. Review ing sta n d for th e p a r ­ ade will toe located a t th e m o n u ­ m e n t in th e M a in S t. P a r k w h e re judges will select w inners for th e various prizes offered, including aw a rds for th e b e s t ap p e a r in g com p a n y , the larg e s t’ visiting com p a n y , and th e ’best dru m corps a n d b a n d in. line. T w o b lasts o f thd > fire -hern will s t a r t th e parade prom p tly a t 7:30 p, m „ according t o Loren O lm sted, parade m a rshall. T h e m a r c h e r s will move south on E a s t ,Ave. from W illiam s ’St.- to E a s t M aple Ave.. w e st to M adi­ son St., n o r th t o W a shington S t., east to M a in S t , south on M a in S t. to W a ter S t. t o the carnival grounds. Lyons firem e n will head th e p a r a d e w ith th e VFW B a n d and th e N e w a rk F irem e n and VFW will brin g up t h e rear. M a y o r K. E. C h ittenden and Dr. John H o e ffler of th e N e w a rk S tate School will be two qf the judges in th e review ing stan d With tw o m o re still t o .b e selected. A f ter t h e arrival o f the parade a t th e C a rnival, th e M a n c h e ster drill team Will give an exhibition drill, according to Newark F ire C h ief O lin Cornell w h o Is. co - c h a ir m a n o f th e celebration -w.Uh-.Mto'Humphrey: -- - -«.-%• A carnival, featuring K a rl M iddletow n ’s Show s ahd num e r ­ ous concessions, will be open to th e public every n ig h t next week u n d e r the jo in t sponsorship of th e firem e n and the VFW. H ighlight o f th e carnival pro­ gram wijl toe a free a c t featuring Lucille A n d e rson in a 110-foot w a n dive into a ta n k of w ater. T h is th r illin g perform a n c e is scheduled each n ig h t a t 10:30. L-A Bank Reduces Interest on Certain Special Accounts In t e r e s t r a tes on special in ter­ est accounts on am o u n ts ran g ­ ing from $1,000 to $7,500 will be reduced to one per cent -a year, h a lf a per cent less th a n at p r e s e n t, by the Lincoln-Alliance B a n k an d T r u s t C o m p any be­ g inning Septem b e r 1st, accord­ ing to announcem e n t of rate ch a n g e s by Raym o n d N. Bail, president. • I n t e r e s t ra te s on am o u n ts from $100 to $1,009 will rem a in a t one an d one h a lf per cent as a t present. No in terest will be paid on am o u n ts from $7,500 to $25,000 u n d e r th e new schedule. P r e s e n t ra te for this group is one p e r cent. Lack of dem a n d for com m er­ cial loans a n d th e abnorm a lly low in terest yield on .securities coupled w ith the need for m a in ­ tain in g larger reserves owing to u n c e r tain world conditions prom p ts th e action, according to Mr Ba-H-. S. Generations A ttend Annual Henning Meet Mrs. F red H e n n ing, 96, of W a lw o rth, an d Mrs. P a u line B r a m a n , 25. of C a n a n d a igua, w ere guests of Honor a t the an- n h a l H e n n ing—ft-eunbjjn Sunday. Ju ly 28, th e occasion being th e ir birthdays. Five generations were repre­ sented a t th e get-together, held a t th e hom e of Mr. and Mrs. A lbert tta r tn a g e l of Newark, as follows: Mrs. Fred Henning, Mrs. Jo h n S c h r a d e r of Lyons. Mrs. Ada M a rtin of E a s t Rochester, Mrs. P a u line B ram a n and S h ir ­ ley B r a m a n . age 6. Toibn Clerk Receives $204 in Fees in Month A to ta l of $204.50 in fees were received by E. C. Bond. A rcadia Town ' Clerk, during July, h e 'r e p o r ts T r a n s a c ti o n s included issuing of 10 m a r r iag e licenses, 34 fish­ ing licenses, 2 h u n tin g licenses and 25 com b ination hunting an d fishing licenses, 1 dog li­ cense, a n d th e filing of 79 con­ ditional sales, a n d 91 ch a ttel m o rtgages. to Be Lesion Monday ! For Budding Mud MiUs Road W ork o f im p roving ro a d s in the village, tow n a n d co u p ty is going forw a rd steadily. ’-’ *; i C o m p le ted yesterday w as _thg reconstruction’ of- t h e N e w a rk to -Phelps.State -highway W hich has' beep im p roved from- a • 16-foqt concrete fo a d t t p a 20-fobt wide' bl.aCk topfied .highw a y . w itli gravel shmjldefis, • u d d e r dirCiS-p. Won o f ; R a j p h . Storm , district; state-engineer, . B ids for re-building t o e ’Mud- M ills R o a d 'f r o m B a r i W elcher-’s to G a n z e ’s will fie l e t A u g u s t 5th,* according to Supervisor E, A. S m ith . T h e th r e e - m ije s t r e t c h W hich \is being b u ilt as p a r t of th e county highw a y p r o g r a m will cost an e s tim a te d .$30,000,^ U n d e r th e co u n ty ’s five-year, ro a d s program -w o ik on t h e r p a ’d w a s n o t slated u n t il n e x t yt's.t-i h u t .aiv ad d itio n a l -allotment? fro m ,, th e sta te h a s m t ft p o s s ib le. for. th e ;C o d i jStghway T D&jwifitme'nt to ah e a d w i t h t lf e project. T h e ro a d w ill h e .a . 16-foot m a c a d a m . , .strip w ith ' 6-j shouidffiji\ ’’ :f V % | | forces', in the \me hlMfC. s t a r t e d work :w e e fc-fo-com p lete th e All* ;Ifoseiyplr R o a d as a-W P A i i .jesji.-^i-hfitidihg a n d plfig'-theljC g d is atpeclegilSS •finished b y t h e e n d • o f Augu Village E n g in e e r L e R q y . V ' repprts. BidS' Were o p e n e d , l a s t . nSsday4m -A lbany an d w o rk \ s t a r t s ' t h i s - week.-ifin IHadti R b a d :!n e a r S a v a n n a h . C o n tr i for h a n d in g th e th r e e and, * h a lf m ite stre t c h w a s aw araeS t$ < Ash M W illis o f H O rneil^R 'Ytiiccn h i s low bid p f $310i8 Cofihty Grawer* to Attend Event Aug • fi, large n u m b e r o f ’^ W a j^ f ti p o tato grow ers p l a n to parffCfr pfite in th e s t a t e w ide P o t a to F ield D a y scheduled T h u r s d a y , A u g u s t 8, according to M. F , B u tts, (Sodus, secretary o f - t h e E m p ire -State' P o t a to Club. T h e event, w h ich is jointly sp o n ­ so r e d by th e 1 s t a t e club a n d th e farm b u r e a u s o f W e s tern N e w York, will be hfeld n e a r B a t a v i a on one o f th e farm s ow n e d b y G ilb e r t Prole. T h is eleventh a n n u a l .sta t e affair, prom ises to be one Of th e larg e s t y e t h e ld. It will e n a b le grow e rs to visit th e estab lish ­ m e n t of a. M a s t e r F a r m e r , G i l ­ b e r t Prole and see how h e oper­ ates extensively- in th e p r o d u c ­ tio n o f p o tatoes, field beans, peas, a lf a lf a a iid sm a ll grains. Mr. P role is also w idely know n as a lam b feeder. A g r e a t deal, o f fa r m n n a c h i n - ery 'iS mEtihfactured • 'ttfid -sold- w ithin a few m iles o f B a tav ia. The trad e show com m ittee p r e ­ dicts one o f th e largest ex h ib its of m a c h inery ever assem b led in th is sta t e in connection w ith th e tour. O n ly a few m iles aw a y from th e Prole farm , n e a r S tafford, are po tato ro tatio n plots of t h e College cf A g riculture, a n d th e widely-knowfi E lba m u c k sec­ tion. TheM iay before th e Field Day, A u g u s t 7, tours of inspec­ tion wifi be conducted to these spots. Com p lete program s are avail­ able in the F a r m 'B u r e a u office, Sodus. — o — Egg Holding Room Visits Scheduled On Poultry Tour Poultrykeepers o f W a y n e C o u n ty are to h a v e a t o u r w i t h ­ in th e county on T u e s d a y , A u g u st 13, according to F r a n k E e n e w a y , c h a i r m a n ' o f th e C o u n ty P o u ltry C o m m ittee. T h e itin e r a r y includes visits t o four farm s in W illiam son an d O n ­ tario. Egg holding room s will be the them e of th e p o u ltry to u r this year. E a c h of th e farm s visited will h a v e an egg holding room w h ic h will give poultrykeepers an opportunity to see th e m in action. F a r m s visited will be A b ram Moll’s, G il D a y ’s and A r th u r 'M o o rm a n ’s of W illiam - son and- F r a n k B e n ew ay’s of O n tario. Egg holding- room s are springing, up tike m a g ic o n the farm s p f poultrykeepers in W ayne C o u n ty since th e a d v e n t of th e W ayne C o u n ty egg label in M a rch, 1938. Eggs th a t are are b r inging prem ium prices in th e New Y o rk m a r k e t. In fact th e highest prem ium s of re c e n t ■years a r e now b e ing received by egg label cooperators. M e m b ers o f th e W ayne F a r m B u reau egg m a r k e ting com m it­ tee w h ich h a s done a fine job in h a n d lin g W ayne egg label w o rk, according to Benew ay, are Ab­ ram Moll of W illiam son, F a r ley P o r ter Of Sodus an d E lm e r Stone of Clyde. T h e noon sto p of th e to u r A u g u st 13th a t th e beach In Pultneyville will also fe a t u r e egg holding room s as P roL .H . E. B o tsford of C o rnell will a t th a t : tim e discuss sim ilar room s he h a s visited in o th e r s tates. EXHIBIT! Red. Cross SdKool Pluft Show FiridaY * ; , f \ . T h e an n u a l sw im m ing and life, s a v in g dem o n s trations clos ifig - the su m m e r s school conducted’ by Wi C h a p ter, A m e rican fi ed Crosaf l i t th r e e points o n . Lake O n tario will b e held a t 2 p,.m . F r id a y a t th e Sodtfs B a y Y a c h t Olub, Ac­ cording tp Mrs.- S tanley M p r dock, executive secretary. in ad d itio n t o th £ dem o n s •tiohs toy beginners, '|n t e n r i e ahd advanced sw im m ers a n can d id a tes for Junior an d io r Life S a v in g aw ards, certifi­ cates will be p r e s e n ted to thpse earn in g them by M rs. Jo h n M e tealf, W a y n e eirafjter c h a i r ­ m a n . ' ® M em b ers of t h e various classes a r e busy , th is w eek tak in g 'tHeir tests u n d e r th e direction of.C. T . W ilson, i n s tr u c to r of th e cljMies, M o re th g n 300 children Jnud .aduiisi including fid fto m .fw n ^ ark,' have ijeFiL \ 'a ttending tlie sw im m ing classes th'at were conducted at S o d u s P o int, P u lt- nej'ville a n d H o lland’s Cove d u r ­ ing t h e p a s t m o n th. Legion Officers Take Oath 9-Year-Old Rochester Boy Drowns Sunday in Canal A S u n d a y outing tu r n e d , to tragedy th is w e e k w h e n the nine- year-old son of a Newark m a n w a s-drow n ed in th e B a rge C a n a l W ldew a ters a t \The P o in t”, 3 m iles w e st of Newark. T h e youngster. Eugene Le Roy, who lived w ith his m o ther, Mrs. •La Vera D a v is a t 133 D u rban St,, R o c h e s ter, had gone to the W ldew a ters w ith his father, Er,wm Le Roy, and his ste p ­ m o ther. M rs. Erwin Le Roy of Newark. A ccording to Le Roy, the boy w a s paddling about on a n inflated in n e r tube an d playing w ith a '-m all b o a t off th e sn ,.x in fro n t o f them about 4:30 p. m . w h e n suddenly they saw th e tube floating alone on the w a ter. T h e body w a s no t recovered u n til n e a r ly a n hour la t e r w h e n it w a s located by C a r l Provo, Newark, Le Roy’s b r o th e r - in - law. S t a te Trooper B. W. C a m p ­ bell adm inistered artificial res­ p ir a tio n u n t il th e a r r i v a l of the N e w a rk F i r e D e p a r tm e n t in h a l ­ ato r w h ich w as operated by J a c k U tter, T h e boy was pronounced dead a f t e r exam ination by Dr. V. J. Palm e r! o f Newark. C o roner Arthur- Besem e r l a t e r issued a certificate of accidental d e a th by drow n ing. Funeral services were held yesterday for the boy from the T r o tt. F u n e ral Home. R o c h e ster, and in te r m e n t was m ade in Mt. Hope C e m e tery. He is survived by h is m o ther, Mrs. Clifford Davis; his father, Erw in Le Roy: one sister. B e v ­ erly LeRoy; 2 brothers. C lif­ ford and . R ichard Davis; his g r a n d p a r e n ts. Mr and Mrs. ■Robert R u s h of Palm y ra, and , M r, an d M rs. F r a n k LeRoy of •Sodus. Rainstorm Forces Big Plane Down At Local Airport A trl-m o to r e d , 12-passenger plane was forced down at-N e w ­ a r k A ir p o r t a n d an a u t o ran off R o u te 31 w e s t of P o r t Gibson an d tu r n e d over in th e ditch d u r ing M o n d a y ’s m inor cloud­ b u r s t in th i s area. An .85-inch rain f a ll w as rec­ orded toy L. J. T h raves a t the E a s t N e w a rk B a rge C a n a l Locks during th e 15-m inute storm w h ic h flooded cellars an d sent stream s of w a ter coursing along curbsides. A p a r ty from C incinnati was in the car w h ich ran off high- j way 31 in th e blinding rain ' Despite th e fa c t the c a r turned over a n d w a s b a d l y ' dam a g e d none o f th e occupants, whose nam e s could n o t be learned, w a s badly h u r t , according to reports. T h e a ll-m e tal plane w a s put down here by C a p t. R a y Loomis. Lookport, fo r m e r air m a il and arm y pilot, eni-oute to Geneva. I t resum e d flig h t a f t e r the storm ended. TROLLEY PICNIC SET T h e th ir d a n n u a l b a s k e t pic­ nic of all form e r R o c h e s ter St Syracuse trolley em p loyees and fam ilies will be, h e ld a t P e rkins P a r k in N e w a rk on Sunday, A u g u st M ; a t 12r30 p. m.-TDST). Spa Man Assigned A fter Enlisting Here F r a n c is M . N o rthrop, 19, son of Mr. an d M rs. J.am in N o rthrop of C lifton S p r in g s h a s been a s ­ signed to M a d ison B a rracks, N. Y„ following e n listm e n t in the F if th Field A r tillery through Newark recru itin g office. M a n y vacancies exist in the field artillery a t F o r t B e n iiing- tofi, G e o rgia, an d a t F o r t Bragg. N. C„ Corp. R e h ler reports. T h e re is a g r e a t dem a n d , he says, for single m e n betw e e n the ages of 18 an d 35. Sterilizing o f Dishes, Glasses to Be Shown A free m o tion picture oh the proper m e th o d s ' o f sterilizing dishes, glasses a n d o th e r eating utensils will be. show n a t the C apitol T h e a te r a t 10 a. m T u e s d a y , August 6th. T h e pic­ tu r e is being stent here toy the S ta te D e p a r tm e n t of H e a lth. All N e w a rk and area re s tau r ­ a n t, soda fo u n tain arid other d r i n k em p o r ium operators. Whose places com e under state h e a lth regulations, are urged by Dr. F. C. D o n n e lly, village officer, to a t t e n d th e show ing which will last about 20 m inutes. NY AApplicants Sought for Local Project This Fall A p p lications a r e being tak e n o n M o n d a y and W ednesday a t th e A g ricultural Building a t 303 E a s t Ave , New ark, for p a r t- tim e w o rk u n d e r the N a tional Y o u th A d m inistration, according to R ich a r d E. G a llagher, county supervisor. •Beginning today youth work-' ers wiTLbe scheduled to work 66 h o u r s a m o n th instead of 50 as in the past, G a llagher reports. T h e new ra t e will be 28 cents an hour o r $18.48 for the 66-hour period. I t Is hoped t h a t enough appli­ cations will be received iff t h e n e x t few weeks to s t a r t a p r o ­ posed work project in Newark, th e NYA Supervisor says. Young m e n betw e e n the ages of 18 an d 24 are eligible, including those o u t of school for vacation and unem p loyed. A p p licants who can n o t call for an interview are asked to w rite to Mr. G a llagher a t N ewark, or 21 P e a r l S t.. Lyons. NEW W illiam Usher of Seneca Falls, district commander of the American Legion, is shown giving the oath of office to Leon Johnson (right) of Sodus, newly elected county commander of the Legion, and Ralph Hill, newly elected vice comman­ der, of Palmyra, at Saturday’s annual meeting held in the Court House, Lyons. AWARDS GO TO SCOUTS Alvin .Landfield Presented With Life Badge A Life Scout aw a r d w a s p r e ­ sented to Alvin L a n d field, an d F i r s t C lass S c o u t aw a r d s were given to Lewis Van H u b e n and his son K e n n e th, a t a special Boy Scout B o a rd of Review held M o n d a y At th e hom e pf W a rner Landfield. W a y n e D istrict c h a i r ­ m an. Alvin, who is the son of the d istrict scout chief, also re­ ceived six m e r it badges and needs only one m o re for the Eagle badge, hig h e s t aWard ’ in scouting, Lewis V a n H u b e n , field com m issioner of senior scouting, a n d his son, w h o a r e w o rking th e ir way through Scquttng together, received two m e rit aw a rds each in ad d ition to th e i r (First C lass honors, T h p s c acting o n th e ' B o a rd of R e v iew 'W e re:, Alvin D u n b a r, a d ­ vancem e n t c h a ir m a n of T roop 138, who presided; Erwin T h o m ­ as, troop com m itteem a n ; D is­ trict’ C h a irm a n . L a n d field; George Paton. sco u tm a s te r of T roop 138, an d E d m o n d Hesser, field scout executive. Cyclists to Stage Reliability Trial Here on Saturday A R e liability T rial, sponsored by th e W ayne C o u n ty M o tor­ cycle Club, w ith A m e rican M o­ torcycle A ssociation m e d a ls a s prizes for th e th r e e w inners, will be held this Saturday. T h e ru n w ill s t a r t a t t h e club­ house o n th e Lyons Road a t 8 -p. m. an d 180 m iles will b e covered by t h e riders. A num b e r of neighboring clubs and A.M.A. m e m b e rs a r e expected to take part. ________ __ A n o th e r CVent looked forw ard to by local cyclists is the An­ n u a l G y p sy T o u r scheduled Aug­ u s t 11 at; O w asco Lake. A m e e ting of th e WA-CO-MO Pals, w o m e n 's u n it of the county cycle club, will be held tonight at th e hpm e of M a rgaret Jo h n ­ son, presid e n t. R e cent events enjoyed by th is group was the H o rnell hlllciim b July 21st and a h o t dog ro a s t a t Sodus P o in t last Si n d a y . Two Cars Tangle With Truck Here When Brakes Fail A Palm y ra m a n w a s injured an d tw o cars w ere dam a g e d in a collision a t th e W. U n ion St. stoplight at E d g e tt S t. M o n d ay m o rning w h e n a tru c k 's brakes failed. Mrs. Ceceiia A b b o tt and her 7-year-old d a u g h te r of M a n ­ chester, an d h e r b r o th e r Lewis Howell, P a lm y r a R D 2, were w a iting for th e light to I change In a sedan driven by Mrs. A b b o tt w h e n th e ir car was hit from th e re a r by a tru e k driven by Loren O a tm a m I F a s t Syracuse. A n o ther sedan operated by S a n to C iperano. Clyde, crashed in to th e re a r of th e truck. Only one h u r t w a s Howell who received a bruise on his head an d phest. T h e back of the A b b o tt car received a deep horizontal crease, and a h e a d ­ lig h t and ra d ia to r grill on the C iperano car were sm a shed. O a tm a n sta te d th a t the brak e s on th e tru c k were okay When h e le f t R o c h e s ter bu t failed to w o rk a t th e stoplight here, according to police. . Big Snowfighter Added to Roads Force The latest m odel in efficient highw a y equipm e n t was added to th e tow n highw a y d e p a r t ­ m e n t last S a turday when a big W a l t e r s c o m b ination truck and snow fighter was delivered here. Powered by a 165 horsepow er W alker-Shaw gasoline m o tor the big truck will carry a 10-ton load and h a s a cruising speed of 35 miles a n hour. T h e dum p box is raised with a hydraulic, telescopic power hoist Four, wheel drive’ gives the truck greatly increased traction. L a ter the truck is to be equip­ ped w ith a hydraulic wing and hose plow. Because of its power an d speed the new m a c h ine is expected to be a big asset to th e tow n 's snow fighting equipm e n t a s well- as- being- valuable fqr general highw a y purposes. T o tal cost of the com p lete truck-plm v is $12,500. Driver Fined $50 On Reckless Plea Following Mishap Pleading guilty to reckless driving, Ju s tu s F a r n s w o r th of Newark was fined $50 by Acting Police Justice C. S tanley W right M o n d ay as the result o f I an accident S u n d a y on the Vienna Road in w h ich a w o m a n i passenger w as Injured. F a rnsw o rth w a s arrested by ; S tate Trooper F red W ilson of Newark S u b s tation a f te r his car ran off the road a t 1 a. rri. Sunday about a mile south of Newark and knocked down sev­ eral guide posts. Injured in the m ishap. Nina Collier, 25, o f Newark RD 2, was treated for bruises and cuts a t ! the nearby farm h o d c e of I.eon I T a y lor by D r. O. D. Reeves, New-1 ark. I Leon Johnson, New Com­ mander, Appoints Clayton Jones Adjutant Leon Johnson of Sodus was elected com m a n d e r of- the ' W ayne County A m e rican Legion ' at the annua'! convention of the legionnaires at, Lyons last S a t ­ urday. Johnson, county vice- com m a n d e r th e p a s t year, and a p a s t com m a n d e r -of t h e Sodus Post, succeeds C o rnelius V ande- M o rtel of Newark R a lph Hill of th e Jam e s R, H ickey Post of P a lm y r a wag chosen cqtm ty vice com m a n d er. O n e o f C o m m a n d e r Jo h n s o n ’s first a c t s w as to nam e Clayton. Jones of th e Sodus Post as county ad ju ta n t. O ther ap p o in t­ m e n ts to be filled toy th e new com m a n d e r will be announced late r w h e n he h a s com p leted- selection of his staff. , Elected delegates tb th e s t a t e convention to be held a t S c h e n ­ ectady in A u g u st were C o rnelius V andeM o rtel an d C. T e rry G a r - lock both of N e w a rk; Leon Vivier, Clyde; D u a n e T in k le- paugh, Sodus; A lbert A h rans, Lyons, and C h a rles B. B rasser, W illiam son. A lternates chosen were B. G. T h o m a s, W o lcott; N icholas A. D e John, Lyons; W*— H a rold Porter, N e w a rk; Leon- Johnson. Sodus; W ard Crider, N e w ark, and A lfred Lockiey,1 W illiam son. B rasser, F r a n k C a rroll .and N. ’ , A D e John of Lyons were nam e d m e m b e rs of a com m ittee to r e ­ vise th e by-law s and c o n s titu ­ tion of th e county unit. T h e seventh d istric t confer- £ enee w h ich followed the county eon veil tion was m a rked by th e _. address of D e p a r tm e n t.eom iha.n~ ' der G e o rge A.<Mead of B u ffalo. M ead urged a llrg e m e m b e rship in the sta te if Efiw ard A. Schel- berling of Albany, p a s t sta te com m a n d e r, is t o be elected n a - . tional com m a n d e r a t the B o ston convention in Septem b e r,' Meftd sav d ..th a t Schetberilhg, --whih'te; well know n in W ayne C o u n ty, an d th e district, has an excel-; len t chanc.’ of being elected. He said th a t le g i o n n a ir e s .c a n # show th e i r p a tr io tism by paying— th e i r dues to th e A m e rican L e ­ gion an d praised th e legioh for. its fine work w ith th e _ ifo S ta te a t Syracuse. W illiam Usher, d istrict com ­ m a n d e r, of Seneca Falls, nam e d th e following com m ittee to recom m e n d new by-law s fo r t h e d istrict organization: 'Claifin-cb Sm ith. Penn Yan, c h a ir m a n ; F r a n k W. Carroll. Lyons; A n ­ thony Cotroneo. Monroe.; Leon M c C a rthy, O n tario; W illiam U sher, Seneca; Roy W ieldm a n , Steuben and George N e w ton, Livingston. F ir s t event of the day w a s luncheon a t M a c ’s Grill, w ith out of tow n legionnaires an ti M ayor F r a n k W. W a rren a s guests. T h e p a r a d e in th e eve­ ning was extrem e ly colorful. T h e follow ing prize w inners w e re announced by D irector Jo h n iF. Carroll; Best m u sical organiza­ tion, A u b u rn D rum a n a Bugle\ Paul Chase to Talk - A t Townsend Rally P a u l C h a se, n a tio n a l repre­ sen tativ e o f th e Townsend Clutos, will be the principal speaker a t a .special m e e ting of the local T o w n send Club S u n - day .aU L 3 9 p.m . in LO.O.F. Hall. A t th e regular m e e ting of the local club at 8 p, ni. th is Friday in I.O.O.F. H a ll, M ichael Reed of P e n n Y a n will be th e speaker. R e f r e s h m e n ts w ill follow th e m e e ting. Supervisors Picnic Slated W ednesday T h e an n u a l picnic sponsored by the W ayne C o u n ty Associa­ tion of Supervisors will be held next W ednesday a t R o seland Park, C a n a n d a igua, w ith dinner a t noon. Dr. F. C. Thom p s o n . O n tario supervisor, is c h a ir m a n of the affair and h a s as assistants Supervisor Jam e s C a se of Sodus an d Supervisor G e rald H. M oll of W illiamson. Those planning to atte n d are requested to bring a basket lunch and own stervice. Ice cream , lem o n a d e a n d coffee Will be served on th e grounds. 0-:—,— — - NEW WAREHOUSE STARTED Work has been sta r te d on a new w a rehouse a t the Bloomer Bros, Factory estim a ted to cost $25,000. T h e stru c tu r e will a d ­ join th e p r e s e n t w a rehouse. — - ....... O'-— ------ BUILDING p e r m i t is s u e d A perm it to build a new house at 134 G race Ave. h a s been is­ sued to Cornelius Stnkeldam by Village Clerk J„ E. Fisk., Corps; best drill- corps, C o o p e r M arine, R o c h e s ter; G roup com­ ing fa r e s t distance, V o iture 111, 40 an d 8, R o c h e ster; grotip h a y ­ ing m o st men in line, J a m e t ’R . Hickey Post. P a lm y r a ; m o s t _ _ , (Comical individual. Elwood F u l - ' Ohmann iTl63.tr0 lPr W illiam son; larg e s t 40 a n d - 8 group. Voiture 111; b e s t ap­ pearing p o s t in line. Ja m e s R. Hickey; m o st unique vehicle, Penn Yan. County 4-H Sets Revue Friday at The C o u n ty 4-H Ensemble Re­ vue will be held a t the O h m a n n T h e a tre in Lyons this Friday, according to the Sodus 4-H Office. P lans have been m ade f o r the prelim inary inspection and judging to be done in th e a f te r ­ noon. A hom e m a k ing judge, probably from .Cornell, will rate the ensembles and dresses into “blue\ “red\' an d \green\ rib ­ bon groups. Mrs. Joseph Berdel. Lyons, w ih iftstrnct aiid’assisL tlie gifts' in modeling and in the presen­ tation of th e ir outfits. The final public revue will be given a t the O h m a n n T h e a tr e Friday night a t 9 o’clock. At this tim e the blue ribbon w inners will be announced' aiid each girl will appear on the stage in her own ensemble or dress. The County blue ribbon w in- j ners who are 14 years old or older will next a tt e n d th e W est­ ern New York Revue a t W yom­ ing, New York. A u g u st 7 and compete for blue ribbons there. The blue ribbon w inners at the district revue th e n will be entered in the S tate Revue to be held at the Syracuse S ta te F a ir A u g u st 25 to Septem b e r 2. ---- - ------ O'-' - ATTENDS STATE MEET Dr, Jam e s L. Davis, secretary | of th e W ayne C o u n ty M e d ical Socjety, spent M onday tn Al­ bany, atten d in g a secretarial m eeting of. M edical Society of th e S ta te of New York. Local Agent Qualifies For Insurance A w a r d Harold D rake. N e w ark, special agent for W ayne C o u n ty fqr the N o rthw e stern M u tual Life In­ surance Co.. h a s qualified a s a P a c e m a k e r in th e .m n sales ra tin g s a f t e r only 1 aT-- m o n th an d a half w ith the com ­ pany. D rake received n o tice of th e aw ard at th e 84th an n u a l con­ vention of agents of th e com - ' pany w h ich he a tt e n d e d a t tlje hom e office in M ilw aukee iatetr week, ( Registration Slated For Absentee V o ters Wayrie C o u n ty voters who are students o r who come u n d e r th e provisions of the- Election Ig.w authorizing th e issuance to them of absentee ballots, should register a t the office of the Board of Elections in .t h e C o u n ­ ty Cterks building, Lyons, som e tim e d u r in g A u g u st, and, at t h a t ’ tim e , m a k e application for\ an a b s e n tee ballot T h is action, on t h e p a r t of the voter will save th e expense an d loss of tim e involved' in re tu r n ­ ing hom e to register in O c tober - and to vote in Novem b er.

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