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uL LXvill—No. 48 NEWARK, NEW YORK, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1940 ISutured. as second class mail .mu'ller at Ne\varlc, N. Y. Post Oltiee T W O S E C T I O N S - - 14 P A G E S Choice for Judge TO SPREAD Organizations Join to Insure a Merry Christmas for All Newark's an n u a l C o m m u n ity •Chr.'::\-is project w a s launched !jjtfnd.o at a m e e ting of rep re- jeiua’.v.rs of civic, religious and jratcia.il organizations, ThPMigh tlie com m u n ity -en- •.rp:*. • ■ local groups cooperate to n'.:rrO' it possible for ail less ■fortunate’ fam ilies t o nave a real. Chri'Uii.is. T h e plan is spon­ sored uy the F a m ily W e lfare So- ciety. La.u > f-tir a t o ta l o f $697,92 was toiUr.b'Ued t o th e p r o ject by 54 organizations, including church-. ;r!inols a n d frate r n a l b r g a n - 'jz'atiiii;.', a n d a num b e r of indi- S-.dua-' C h ristm a s w a s brig h t- , tr.ed ;,.>r 146 fam ilies w h o re­ ceived cheer in. th e form of or- ! ir food, clothing and fuel, etc . 1 : d in a d d ition. 354 c h ildren received useful g if ts a n d ' toys cho.M ; for -them by p a r e n ts a t Lie (.'.immunity C h ristm a s Toy Sliup Tor Pisplay a t B rick House \!' George Li R ichm o n d has a;a:. be-m chosen to head n the do.ii-i'unity C h ristm a s , a n d Mrs. C!i.i:. ' H, D rake will again be ch a ir m a n of th e Toy T:m:t ittee. w ith Mrs. C. H. Stu.ir' :n charge of collection. O t'.b u ted . toys will be re- .( 16 '. . ’ed by Jo h n Siler, w h o is asa.i contributing his services. , Pri' t in C h ristm a s th e toys and o’t.e gifts w ill go on. display a t the nr.rk House w h e re p a r e n ts ah' cannot afford to buy •Chr.-'mas.presents, will be in ­ vited t.i choose ai t i d e s for th e ir children. A general C o m m u n ity C h r i s t ­ mas ineetipjj'w in b h h e i d a t 7:30 p ir T u e s d a y s Dec. 3, a t St. M .-r P a l ish House Which re - ' p>-. .mtives o f a l l local organ- izat.... are requested to atten d t) >rt on th e ex ten t th e ir ??■' ;p will support th e project. : >cal organizations who ■v lpie deserving of C h rist- < :p a lso r e p o rt them to the v W elfare Society w h ich hem to its own lust there* ■ eding dup licatio T tt.jih i .: ceitain no one is o 'e r - JAMES P . HURLEY PARTY ACTS ON VACANCY Scout Speaker A. k.-M r.j.. : Fn., a h r. h K.W. i-nbs M. r.:. I\ re. i M: Wi.\ OC M:- H.i:. M. , ,■ Ac S... 5. ; <:■ V .. F-. \t i ‘ S 0 H Offer Aid ..ibcrs of tills y e a r ’s Com- C h ristm a s C o n im it- ..r.aounced by Mrs. R ich- ,ire: M rs. C, T. S tu a r t. G Tv W inkw o rth. Mrs. K u h n e , Kirs: W. D. M iss D o rothy Pollock. 1 red Filkins, M rs, G o rdon Mrs. W. C. C h ittenden. M artha M u n son, M is. A. E. Mrs. W a lter M u th, Mrs. D u n b a r. Mrs. R, E. C h it- .. Mu* Rose H a n ey. Mrs. am DeYoung, Mrs. W. R. ; -.m. Mrs. Theodore Mey- 1 B T. C u tting. Mi’s. Fred M ix G race P. Lane. Mrs. Hiirgrccn, Mr*. Charles . ,m . Mrs. F r e d Stuerw a ld, Mi • R a y m o n d M u th. Mrs. H 'wn. M rs. Jo h n M etcalf, F u l s t o t t an d Miss Hilda Mnl. executive secretary of ■-tVd - fit!’—' S o e -id-V —' - \■ Drake reports th a t a;_ A ; tlie Toy Shop project, x’ > ■ * Cub Scouts have offered 'iidition: th e i r discarded al present them to the i i ’ u e. T h e com m ittee in ■ >f tlie Toy Shop will be ■ , . \(I by Mrs. D rake next State President, Guest at District Rebekah Meeting I,ink R e b e k a h Lodge i to t h e presid e n t of the ifebekali Assembly. Mrs. XloKeel of G e n e v a , al a . ’ nf W ayne ’D istrict 2. ■ i ui clay evening in IOOF i guests were Mrs. M innie ’ nf Newark, p a s t a.w iii- ■ '.'ld c u t and assem b ly ad- XIrs E d n a McCloud of -• Springs, assem b ly niur- Mrs. Lois Kise of Clyde, seinbly outside guardian; ■ -tr-ict deputy presidents, thiivor o f W illiam son. Mary ■ of: . M a n c h e ster, an d 1 Cn.sile of C a n a n d a igua, fiundred were prr<enl n area Rebekah lodges. -o - - ----- •ARENT DISCUSSION to th e holiday -’cason. i ivent E d u c a tion Discussion • »' sponsored by th e PTA, \■continue m e e tings until month, according to an - ■ '’inent by Miss L a u r a Le- • loader. Democrats Recommend Hurley Tor County Judge Jam e s D. Hurley, Newark police justice th e past seven years, w a s yesterday officially recom m e n d e d by the W ayne County D e m o c ratic Com mittee for appointm e n t by Governor Lehm a n to fill Lewis A. G ilbert’s uuexpired term as W ayne Coun­ ty Judge, S u rrogate, an d Judge of C h ildren’s C o u rt. T h e post will be left vacant w h e n G ilbert resigns .January 1 to take over his position a s a S t a te Suprem e Court Justice in th e S e v e n th Ju d ic ial D istrict, to w h ich h e Was e lected th is m o n th for a 14-year term . Salary for C o u n ty Judge and s u r r o g a t e 'is;$5iCtQtt .a'iinuaUy, a n d for*Judge of ■ChiWren’s e o u r t is $1,000. T h e judge appointed by L e h m a n will fill th e office during 1941, u n t il a judge who will be elected next November takes office Ja n u a r y 1, 1942. A contest for the com m ittee recom m e n ­ datio n developed betw een H u r- ley and Jo h n B r a n d t, Wolcott attorney, but the.N e w a rk justice won out in th e vote. Hurley is a native of Lake Placid, w h e re he attended sec- j o n d a ry schools. He graduated I from Cornell U n iversity w ith an | A B. degree in 1926 j i n d from I C o rnell Law College in 1926. He- I o p e n e d an office in’ Newark iu 11930 and. besides serving a s vil- - lago police justice since 1933, was p resident of th e W ayne County B a r Assocation in 1938 and has run on th e D e m o c ratic ticket twice for district attorney, i T h e com m ittee also recoin- ' m ended Clifford C. Colburn of Rose to th e B o a rd of Supervisors for re-a p p o in tm e n t as Dem cra- tic cunty election commissioner, i o --------- Committee Asks Contributions for I Xmas Toy Shop i Ail .lU’PLCht . Jllcjj. ,t,Q..UiC.Jiubjif- for used toys in reasonably good condition was issued today by the Toy S h o p Com mittee of thc C o m m u n ity C h ristm a s project, sponsored by th c Arcadia F a m ­ ily W elfare Society. As in tho past, the com m ittee will m ake every effort through com m u n ity cooperation to «ee to it t h a t there is a S a n ta Claus for every less fortunate child on C h r is tm a s Day. Mrs. C h a rles Drake, chairm a n of th e com m ittee, declares th a t while a large num b er of new toys are .contributed each year by various com m u n ity groups, th e r e is alw ays a great need for good used playthings of all kinds, and especially of the larger variety. John Siler, tin Bike M an. .d 1 Sherm a n Parkway has again offered hL services, and will renovate and redecorate any contributed toy- th a t need re­ conditioning. Mrs. C. H. S tuart will have charge oi collecting th e articles. People are invited to join in this worth-while coimmiiiiiy enterprise by looking through th e ir hom es I Ins week for toys they may be able to donate. Thc playthings may be left at the Fam ily W elfare Office a t 120 E. Union' St. o r if the office is notified, telephone 100 . the articles will toe called for. Mr-. D rake em p h a sizes th a t a n early and generous response is neces­ sary if no child is to toe over­ looked. Drive Closes Today Here; Association Meet. Set Dec. 12 . T h e F a rm B u reau m e m b e rship driye, which- th is y e a r h a s been conducted w ith 'Competition be­ tween: four Army-Navy units, ends T h u rsday evening, Nov. 28. The 200 com m itteem e n will, g a th e r at tlie Newark G range Hall on th a t evening to m a k e final r e p o rts a n d for an evening of fu n an d fellowship, according, to C h a irm a n F r a n k W. Bcnevvajv From th e Sodus office of the Farm B u reau word has been re­ ceived th a t th e m e m b e rship for 1941 is expected to’ e q u a l or ex­ ceed the 1940 to tal of 1.361. T h e prediction is based on re­ ports from various com m u n ities th a t have already exceeded last year’s total. C o m m u n ities in this class include Alton. W o lcott. N o rth Rose. O n tario , -„and Lock Berlin. O thers n e a r in g th e m a r k include S a v a n n a h . Red Creek, Butler, M a rion, Lyons, Sodus, Macedon. N ew ark an d P a lm y ra. I R e p o rts show th.at leading I c o m m itteem e n in m e m b e rs se­ cured to d a te include:’ G u s ■ D h o n d t. Savannah.; Roy J e n k in s , Red Creek; Ray G lover, Clyde; E rnest Nohie, W o lcott; C lark Wilson and Fred Thom a s, N o rth | Rose; C larence Fpw ler an d G u y [ W a s h b u rn, B u tler; Ju lian Eddy, 1 Gil Day, Elm er Adam s, Russell j M inier, J. D. Ameele, E d w a rd D e R ight an d Elw in R ichardson, W illiam son; Levi O’Kay an d Abe I DeNering, M a rion; Jo h n R iker, • Monroe Cass, an d Snow W o o ster, O n tario; Roy Ball, F r a n k G a r d ­ ner. Edw a rd Baker, M o rris B u tts and D o n a ld M alcolm , Sodus; George E n n is an d P e ter L o n g - rod. Lyons; Neil F u rber, A lton; Max S o n theim , Lock B e rlin; Phil T r a u tm a u and George G o ldsm ith, Palm y p a; C a r l F i s h ­ er, C larence W itt, H e n ry. H a r t - nagel, M o rris W elcher, an d H u tchby & Cooper. N e w a rk; Edw a rd M arvin an d Phil P a c k ­ ard. M acedon, an d N o rm a n Read. W alw o rth. Annual Meet Set For Farm, Home Unit George A. Morse, president of the’ W ayne County Farm an d Home B u reau Association issued the call today for tho A n n u a l Association m eeting to be held T h u rsday. Dec 12. ;n tlie M e th­ odist C h u rch, Newark. The m eeting w ill open w ith a supper at 7 p. m. Business will include election of association officers an d de­ partm e n t executive com m ittee­ men. E n tertain m e n t will include the prem ier show ing of W ayne County and Regional Apple Blossom Festival sound pictures. A national agricultural speaker is being obtained for th e occa­ sion. Officers of th e association whose term s expire arc P r e s i­ dent Morse, and .Secretary Fra.uk W, Beneway. O n tario. In the F a rm B u reau th e executive com m itteem en whose term s ex­ pire include Roy Jenkins. Red Creek: P e ter Longrod. Lyons; and H o rae\ P u tnam . Rose. Those in Home B u reau _w h q se , term s are exp iii hg~iiTcI ii cfe Mi's T H u g h Q feen, W olcoft; Miss D o ra W estfall, M arion: and Mrs. F r a n k Dennis, Clyde. On th e 4-H Club Executive C o m m ittee the expiring term s arc those of W. Ray Converse. Palm y ra; Mrs. Emily H u n tley. W alw o rth and Mrs. Dorothy S. Facer. Lyons. EX P E C T 2 0 8 V ie for Citizenship Award SCOUT FETE WILLIAM B. PLATT SETS 843 to'Share $41,351 First of Week ■ Y es, th e r e is a Santa. Claus— . especially for those who believe in him. E ight h u n d r e d fo r ty - th r e e m e m b e rs of the C h r is tm a s Club of the Newark Office, L in- co I jit Alliance Bank, will get proof of th e fact the first of n e x t week w h e n they receive a to tal of $41,351.00 saved d u r ing the year. The sum . largest in th e h i s - ' tory of th e club, will also be additional proof of S a n ta C laus to Newark m e rchants a s th e largest sh a r e of th e savings go into retail channels in C h r is t­ m a s buying. The local C h ristm a s F u n d h a s steady a n n u a l grow th ev e r s ince it was in s titu ted h e r e as a com - fnunity service by th e (bank. 111 1936 a to t a l of $12,500 Was paid; to 300 m e m b e rs; in, 1937’ .th e am o u n t w a s $18,366 sh’ai'ed’ b y j j ^ o u t m a s t e i ’ 420 individuals; in 1938 t h e total\1 ------- Ju m p e d to $23,000 and m e m b e r­ ship to 518. L a s t year 742 m e m ­ bers received $32,631. T h e average am o u n t received by each m e m b e r also reached a new high th is year w ith the average paym e n t am o u n ting to $49. T h e 1941 C h ristm a s Club will get u n d e r way n e x t week, R o b ­ e r t M acon, local bank m a n a g e r, announces. Santa Claus Due Chief Scout to Speak at An- , nual Banquet Here on Monday .. More th a n :200 'cou.U’rs an d (guests, including in terested yyonicn, a r e . e x p e c ted to a tt e n d th e an n u a l m e e ting aiid b a n ­ q u e t of th e W ayne D istrict, Boy eJScouts,. t o be held a t 6:30 p. m:- t ex t M o n d a y , Dee. 2 , 'i n P a ik resbyterian C h u rch, Newark, •according to W a rner C. L a n d ­ fleld. district chairm a n . A t th is session scouters will h e a r an address by W illiam B. F l a t t , chief scout of the R o c h ­ e s t e r Council, of w h ich W ayne :4s a p a r t. A. form e r governm e n t w o rker iii A laska an d on th e (Pacific Coast, he is know n here a s highly versed in scout w o rk a n d an en te r ta in in g speaker. • Follow ing th e dinner, th e j (group w ill elect a ch a ir m a n to suceed Landfleld an d tw o vice- c h a ir m e n to succeed H a r r y .Sm ith of Clyde and Carl Eyg- lior of W o leott. whose term s ex­ p ir e . T h e s e officers will serve aonly u n t il July 1941, w h e n th e new official y e a r s t a r t s in a c ­ cordance'w ith. the new ly-adopt­ ed d istrict constitution. Two Boys G e t “Eagles” Several prom inent guests from R o c h e s ter h e a d q u a r ters are e x ­ p e c t e d to atten d , inclfl&ing H r r - a n C o h n , council president, B. .E m m e tt Finucane, form e r presi­ d e n t, R o b e r t Link, Carl Pearson, W a lter H a s tings, an d K e n n e th ppear, council executive. A n - PLANNED BY 28 GROUPS ' J #11 ud-htiiAe m u w . uiiu Shown above are three outstanding Newark High Senior girls who were candidates for the DAR Good Citizen Award. Winneij was Jane Woelfel (center), , Theresa DiSanto is at left and Betty Jane Ackerson on right. ^ Jane Woelfel Named for .DAR Award Jan e Woelfel was. c h o sen yes­ terday for the Good C itizenship Aw ard presented annually to th e o u tstan d in g Senior girl a t N e w a rk High School by the Co) W illiam P r e s co 11 C h a p ter, D a u g h ters of th e A m e rican R e ­ volution. W inner of 'the aw a rd is chosen by vute of the Senior jihony F. Colacmo. loral te n o r , , c j ass jn conjunction w ith the Will lead singing and Newt D e - 1 TO LEAVE 1 st District Group to Be Inducted Saturday Units Join to Promote Local Community Center Program A village wide movement to establish a Newark Community Center at the old high school ynVnes'U'u lor operation tins wihtei War. started Monday night W hen representatives of local civic, fraternal, and religious societies met at City Hall to consider a proposal ad­ vanced by the Village Board and interested promoters of the plan. A fter discussing th e proposed program a t length,- th e rep re­ sentatives agreed to re p o r t back .to th e i r o r g a n izations and\ <ask th a t qualified delegates be a p ­ pointed to m e e t n e x t T h u r s d a y evening, Dec. 5, for final -deci­ sion as to w n c in c r ana- mow t h e plan should be carried out. M o n ­ d a y ’s session w as called by th e C h a m b e r of Commerce, w h ich is ponsoring tlie m o v e m e n t, a n d In itial d r a f t quota of seven trainees from the Sodus Selec­ tive Service D istrict will leave ';L. J . Engleson, president, a c t e d ’ Sodus th is S a tu r d a y m o rning to as r iia i r m a n , w ith LeRoy W right, rep o rt to the Induction S tation 'secretary, a s clerk, in R o c h ester, the Rev. C h a rles M a y o r R h e a E. W. W alker, district board ch a ir ­ m a n . announces. Two m en from Newark are I ’^1 t i Huy will preside a t the piano. Two Boy S c e u ls will be p r e ­ se n t e d - w i t h th e Eagle Badge. High School faculty on th e basis ot dependability, service, leader­ ship a n d patriotism . R u n n e r s - u p for th e aw ard wore B e tty Jan e C h itten d e n told., th e group th a t purchases of new fire truck and th e trolley : b a r n s t h is year h a d l e f t th e vil- m cluded m th e contingent, all lage eoffei,s w ith o u t funds w ith “ f . ^ ho^ . . y o‘u \ te^ ed I ? 1'. Unme\ i w h ich to finance operation of > For Arrival Here Saturday by Plane G e t ready kids! ■Santa Claus, th a t jolly old m a n who is your g r e a test frieiid. is coming to town this Saturday. In keeping w ith m o d e rn tem p o . S a in t Nick h a s discarded his reindeer rfor the airplane, and will swoop down a t the Newark airport, barring Arctic blizzard, a t approxim a tely 2 p.m. C h ildren on th e lookout may see his plane circling, over the village before landing. P lans arc being m ade for his reception a t th e airp o r t an d all youngsters and grow h -ups are .invited, to . tie am .haucL.ta-, m e e t: t h e in ternationally fam o u s guest. Following greetings a t the field, S a n ta Claus will proceed w ith m o torcycle police escort through th e downtown business section to th e M o n tgom ery W ard e , S , a T n ™ - , T^ P» |C ’A d m -son and T h e resa DiSanto. W illard C rider of T icop 66. P a l- ; . _ . ... _ , m y ra. an d R o b e rt S u ter of Troop L ’ ^^ItQianriint m 10fi fYiitorirv T?owiYinnrI R r’nnii I WORlfpl IYBS bP611 OUtStDllUinS s f ’ S cam p u s affairs. She served as w ill! m nn non h« i J i r r ti - r i thn ' vlce president of h e r freshm a n K p v V e tlrnn Iai1d class an d now holds t t a r \ iO - y e a /ser-n c e w i n U h c P * * iu the .sen i o r go to four m en and for 5 years i Vfop0 o r e -ident i i t „ , L | „ o f th e K raw e n , vice-president in e e o u rse a w a r d s \v i l l b e p r e - > o f the T h e s p ians, =chool dram a - S r i f f S n c r n i S S \ ' ,W..1T £ ! G irlsClSbp m f f f c o u ^ ^ f t L ° G le: A w ards Listed nearly every sport. Miss Woelfel atTOrds: V e teran: ^0 WbOTel and H e r b e r i°R c a d ! R ^ T ^ i n f w i r ' ' Thc' N r w a r t H igh girl will now !w w a rd ° H a ri ^‘ J*'Qm ' I t r a m '\ j l h n ' w in n e r ? ? ,! ( a r d H a r t. J i . t n s.ti.am j o r n i , _ S tep h a n . S tanley Reeve-. Archie ] ®t |lcl f5'1 t - m B o v r i r T h a d L a ° a n N °lson 1 W inner m the essay contest will B a reha'in, R a lph E ^ lancl. 6la°\ , ™ c lv e the S t a te Citizenship Qb-„if Award and a fiee trip to W ash- Lawre^ice B^ls. Donald J e f f e ^ j i u ?.tU!Vv D C f l a,0:ng t h f ''ThcY H. B laine Pearson. W illiam . ^ n t a t n e s fiom the other F r a n k . Robert W isnur. I The DAR n i i 7 \n Award is T r a in in g Award- -Laurence T1 e ,, Citiz-.ii Aw ai d i . RiCA Lewus V anH u b e n . W a r n e r , w o n I \ ' T r ? > L a n d fleld. Edm o n d Hesser. Les- I ^lie J te r F u lton. R ichard M u s- ] sack , Edw a rd M undy, Rob -1 0 ’ ’ c h a n m a n , e r t C h a m b e rlain. Glaii-e S t a l - , ker. B e rnard Skinner. T h a d I g-* 1 o . l Logan. H o w ard Bradley, Will- , V ^ G a l D O O t i e g g e r S te r S c h a ttn e r . Paul V a llic r ,, i e o « n p L indorf Pulver, W a iter M agee.,| T l f i e U l O F i3 1 X “ 1 O i l Lep. B e n n e tt. Earle G ates, R a lph I riv , w v , . 1- H in c h m a n . H u b e r t Love. Lyell O i l O I ' t S L g G S I T 0 1 0 B o e rm a n , Sidney Pierce, W. W. diate service. In th e first group are: Harold R. V a n d erbrook and H e rbert R. Love. N e w a rk; S t a n ­ ley E. G r a n t and W’a lt e r J. Prernbo. Sodus; Leland A. Moore and R o b e it W. R ichm o n d , Wil­ liam son. and Ho\yard E. Nichols. Jr.. O n tario. (Named by the board fqr re­ placem e n t* in' case any . of the first group are rejected by the R o c h e s ter Induction Office, are: F rederick R. Niles, Jr., N e w a rk; L e o 'R o ian a .’dTvtafloV R o b e r t G. Minor, W illiam son, an d Dale V ande Woodham.s, O n tario, a voiunteey. The d i s t r ic t ’s first contingent is to icport a t th e Sodus office at 8 p. m., an d plans are being m ade for a brief send-off cere­ mony before the men leave for R o c h e ster on the 8:42 a. m. bus 186 Aliens Report Here; Registration Closes on Dec. 26 the gym for regular com m u n ity usC this year. H e said th a t , if a lep r e s e n tativ e group from lo ­ cal organizations desires to tak e o v e r . t h e project, th e village board will t u t u th e building over to th a t com m ittee an d a tte m p t to m a k e w h a tever re p a i r s a n d a lteratio n s aro oo'. u b le th is y e a r. : Proposal Favored A proposed program to m a k e possible com m u n ity use o f . t h e , stru c tu r e w a s p r e s e n te d to \ t h e com m ittee b y R ich a r d B , C h a f­ fee, ch a m b e r vice-president. Those .present agreed alm o st unanim o u sly th a t th e y w e re highly in favor o f carry in g som e such recreation plan th r o u g h , but requested tinie to discuss details w ith th e i r respective so ­ cieties. T h e plan advanced by Chaffee would se t up an executive com - ’ mittetf’o r governing body w ithin the general com m ittee, w ith power to m a k e decisions on d e ­ tails of carrying o u t th e p r o - — gram . T h is program would p r o - T h e fou r - m o n th period pro- vicic ltsc of th e gym for all p e r - vided by Congn.v, for registra- ;k° n s interested .n a th le tics in lion and fingerprinting of all e ™ ‘a £e - 35 w°h os providing aliens will end on D e cem b er 26 m£,ctmg room s for various youth and all non-citizens who have ad u lt groups, not yet registered are w a rned , F m a n c e s E s tim a ted th a t severe penalties will follow I F in a n c in g the program w a s failure to comply w ith thc law ,; discussed, an d th e p lan ,pre.- by E a rl G. H a rrison, led c r a l di- , s e a ted included a ro u g h e s tl- v,* Colby, D a v id Evans. F r a n k M u r- D cliveiing 12 rector of registration. A total of 186 a liens have reg- i-tered a t the Newark Post Oi- fiee so far. P e ter Libbort, postal Clerk in charge of local reg istra­ tions. announces. The to tal for th e natio n to d a te lias been 2.800.000. w ith approxim a tely 800.000 still to report, according tons of coal to I to estim a te of the U. S. D e p a rt- ...:,KLaL!i.uif.J(usUcr-,. ... ... ----- P a to n . G e o rge Lookup. F r a n k v ,,fiy receiviii\ uavm c n t for 18 ! i f 11 a liens'\ 14 F ars of aee and M o sher, H a rold K im b cr. F r a n c is \ f nUy t Z Pay H . ,. « « » • . » » ^ t o u r e d by 14m law D a rrow [to n s cost two Pennsylvania coal to register a n a be fingerprinted. ca.ch w h e n ' Alien children, under 14. are not Drunken Driver Hits Woman, Gets Fine Store where he will establish head q u a r ters for th e n e x t week. \ D riving while intoxicated a n d Memorial Service Set Sunday by Elks A n n u a l M emorial Service for m em b e rs who have died will be held By the Newark Elks Lodge at 2;30 p 111 S u n d a y at th e Elks Club-, ace.Hiding to .announce­ m e n t by Al Synesael. esteem e d leading knight.' who is in charge •of (he service T h e Rev. Jam e s C. Lane. | a s s is tant rector oi St. M ichael's Church will bo tire -pcakcr. j All’ Elks, m em b e rs of their fani- j ! iltrs. and friends are Invited to 1 a tten d ! I I Town Health Group ! To Sponsor Exhibit 'Arcadia H e a lth C o m m ittee will- iiold-a h e a l t h ex h ib it ill -the (j W elfare offices. 116 E a -l Union (■St.. Newark. W ednesday rvo- j ning. Dee 4. Irom 7:30 to 9:30. i E x h ibits will cover the M otli- ' rr.s’ Club. Well Babv -Cwn.sul.ta- ! (ion. Loan Clu. et and Cuinm u n - ' -icable Disease Control. • A silver cjlibctiun will be taken, an d proceeds- will be used to purcfiaso supplies for H ealth exhibits. R e freshm e n ts will be served The public is invited In announcing his com ing to the store to S. L. Siggins. store m a n a g e r, the jolly joy-spreader announced th a t he will be glad to have all local children’ ' visit' him a t th e store following his arrival th e r e at 2:30 and th a t lie will have a pre-Christm .a,s gift of candy for each and everyone. At th a t tim e , and during the next week chidren will also be able to confide to him w h a t they w a n t for C h ristm a s, he declared. Four Join Elks Club In Initiation Rites ru n n in g down a p e d e s tr ian cost Louis M a tthys, 26, M arion RD 2, •’bootleggers\ $25 they were caught and brought fingerprinted, but m u s t be reg- to justice last week. 1 filtered by th e ir parents or guur- H u d son H. W right of Lyons. I d ians. T h e re is no charge of any W ayne C o u n ty sealer of w e ights i k ind connected w ith th e regi.s- an d m e a sures, reported th a t tratio n w h ich lakes place at post E a rl an d G eorge Snyder of | offices. Snydertow ii, Pa., were a r r c - ted | Harrison, suggests th a t those $50 fine, suspended jail se n t e n c e ,, by S ta te T roopers Fred W ilson I a liens who have not y e t regis ' \\ew tered do so as soon as possible aiid avoid the C h ristm a s ru s h at th e post offices. Failure to comply with the law, th e director points out. is” p u n - six a n d lots of his chauffeur's li-1 a n d Jo h n M cGee, of th e N ark cer.se here last w.cok. -outpost, on the N e w a rk-Phelps M a tthys wa.s arrested a f t e r , road on a charge of im p roper his au to had struck ancl i n j u r e d , coal deliveries. T h e y were tu n i- M rs. G e rtrude Brink, 50. of New- iCd over to W right a n d he took ark RD 2, iate W ednesday a f te r - them before Justice A E. B e n - Lshable by a $i’000 line, noon a t the co in e r of South ' Ion in Plrclps, who fined them m o n ths in jail, or both. M a in an d W est Miller St. He $25 each. , - - o- ------- w ? . arrested by Police C h ief! W right said a checkup show e d \ P e l h a m P a s t o r C a l l e d W illiam S c h e e rens on rnm p laint th a t th e p a ir h a d sold local re - ‘| r» r .» , s-n i rtF Ttfy-iiaa im - o io n ’P o l’lh in cirloiltc DnD By Lutheran Church of tlie w o m a n ’s son. C a rlton sidents 36.000 pounds of coal an d B rink, an d arraigned before, received paym e n ts fqr th a t | The Rev. August K o c rber Police Justice Jam e s D. Hurley*! a m o u n t, but had delivered- only - p a s to r of thc Pelham . N. Y . T h e driver pleaded guilty to 24,500 pounds in certain places , L u th e r a n Cinirch. has accepted Four new m e m b e rs w ere ini- drunken driving ahd J u d g e Hur- .he checked. He said they filled th e call to becom e pastor of Mated into the Nevvark -Elks i ley imposed a fine of $50, a m ui - orders which were left w ith a : R e d eem e r L u th e r a n C h u rch, Ledge in rites W ednesday e-ve-, tence of 30 days in jail sq-spend- m a n on the Phelps road, used ; Newark. ning. They are: E a rl M. W elcher. I ed on conditjdn he pay for Mrs. ’ h is farm y a r d as a loading place, Leon A. A p p tem a n , Dr. ,C. D u p h a B rink’s injuries, w h ich w e r e ‘ a n d h a d . in eeftaiu in s tan c e '. Reeves a n d Eugene Bishop. m a inly bruises, placed him on , a ltered weigh slips given w h en T h e oceasion vvas-also the--of- -probation- for- one - year.: ■ a n d (tlicir-loads, w e re w e ighed-on To- ficial visit of C a l ’cnce H u n t, Am ; to >k aw ay his ch a u f f e u r ’.- 11- 'e a l ..rales, 1 burn, district deputy grand ex- ^rense for an inclctenninate Tlie sealer declared th a t a lifted ruler. Roy Wilson, leeal i p eriod. checkup showed at lea: I nine o instance- of sh o r t- w c ighl de- D ltY iiO l'S E BURNS m a te of expected costs o f th e program an d an ticip a ted rev ­ enue. T h e group agreed th a t a paid supervi.-or should be e n ­ gaged to operate the gym d a ily and to supervise activities. E s tim a ted • e x p enses fo r th e year included ab o u t $400 fo r h e a t, $250 for lighting, $1,300 for a supervisor, an d ab o u t $250 - - tC-oW imied- -mi Page ScTcnT~~\~ Lock Cars, Chief Urges Motorists, To Check Thefts C h ief of Police W illiam Scheerens i\ u e d a w a rning th is week to all m o torists, urg e n tly leque.stmg 'them to lock th e ir autos when they park th e m an y ­ where in the village. T h e C h ief said th is w a rning is „ given solely for th e protection of the m o torhi.i, in view of several recent cases of stealin g from parked cars an d other sim ilar m ischief. L a s t week one auto. was taken by two y o u th s for a \Joy ride\ an d badly sm a s h e d up. while several ow n e rs h a v e reported cam e ras, radios, b lan ­ ket* and .other'Item s tak e n from their purked vehicles. T h e police try to p a tr o l th e stre e t- to prevent such acts, Scheerens .-aid1, bu t n a tu r a lly are not alw a y s on th e scene .at 1 ? f '.I' t ';U- I 3 '\ . : h exalted ruler, was in eharg'' ' the Initiation: ------ ■ - - o - .- 1 POMONA TO MEET ( Tlie W aytie County Pomor.a i G r a n g e 'w ill m eet w ith Eureka -.itrrrics h i ’Nevvai’ki.-Tluvse-Uiciud- i-scrvlncsAvlll he held Sunday eye i th e Em- B.Ticv.ed to have been sta r te d ed cases in w h ich th e pu r c h a s e r iiing at 7:30 p. in.. at The new pa tor will take over j the proper tim e an d cooperation h is charge here Sunday. Dee. 8. , by m o torists is th e b e s t means T h e church congregation voted j to discourage theft. to accept-the -Rev.-Miv K o erber-j- - • - . - at a m e e ting M onday niglit. p I.HAGUE PLANS SPEAKER - - -o - • Miss C a therine S h a n a h a n ’-of GIvOl'PS PLAN SEKVrt’E . thc Civil Service D e p a r tm e n t, The an n u a l th a n k offering | Albany, will be th e guest speak- cr a t the n e x t m e e lhig of th e . Newark L e a g u t o f Wo mem V o t- by an overheated furnace, fite at.| received only 1,380 pounds for a inanuel Evangeltca! C h u rch un- ers. on. F r iday, Dec. 6, a t 3’: 1 5 p .m . 5:40 a. m. Tuesday destroyed ton. 4,280 an d 4.100 pounds for i d e r th e direction of the W o m en's ! at th e hom e of Mrs. S t u a r t th e O rbaker & Bush fruit dry- ; three tens. 5,800 pounds for six 1 M issionaiy Soc ety D . a n d the \ H a llagan, W est M a p le A v e n u e , G range a t Lyons on W ednesday, | h o u se ori East Maple Ave., E a s t j,tons, 2,860. pounds for two tons, j Y o u n g People's M issionary | A s sistant hostesses Will bp M rs, Dec. 4, at }-0 a. m. The afterncm i I New ark, w ith an estaim a ted | a n d 1.570, 1.530, a n d 1,500 Circle o t the church. M is. Ber- | Lewis A. G ilbert a n d M rs. Newell session will be called at 1:30 p m dam a g e of about $5,000, pounds for one-ton orders. | n a r d W andcrscc is cliairm a n . ' Robinson.

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