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The Marion Enterprise )L. LXIX—No. 3 NEWARK, NEW YORK. THURSDAY, JANUARY 16, 1941 ’ENINGOF IKATE RINK IET SUNDAY lure Skating Show and ? 9 ntest§ to Highlight ■Starting 1 Program fn official opening program ■the public skating rink at burrrPark-has-- asain—.been- |e d for this Sunday, follow- ,advent of real freezing i|nd' .pro^ieets; \o f 4 'its. gtifiuunee. Brief ...festivities: t-ffie heid starting at 3 p. m., Iprding to Arthur S. Christy, fiirrhan of the opening com- |te & ' ' . ffort talks will be given by |yor <Bhea E. Chittenden and te;^6m p i?sioher T. Spencer ilght' an.d .a program of skat- I; arranged by Don Bird, will low .. This will - include an hibition of fancy skating by a lup-frOHi the Rochester-Figure- Itjn g Club, including Mr. and l^rSayihpnd: Yaeger', George |ft|-an d A. H. Lippincott, club Isident. E a l Contests Planned glusic for their numbers and “lfc skating afterward |1~be- furnished through . a |,dsp.e.aker system donated by Vanderbrook. Four special pitests have also been plan- •for youth and adult skaters ith e village, with prizes do- Bed: by local merchants, contests ihclude races once lund the rink for boys and for [Is .under 15 years old, best re skating by a man or Wom- |over 16 years of age, and best’ Iting by a man-and-woman im .;Judges for the events will iGerrlt D.- Fremouw, former ihager of the,St. Lawrence U. ckey team,, and John Newton, |member- o f the Morristown lOol’a hockey team Sired. Europe. |rg e o f Henry B. Rogers, plter -House Finished re r im for which a founda- had been built by spraying week h a been-, flooded-. |c e this week and a glassy goth surface is now available j skaters. The program will' finitely-be held unless exceed- uy mgn temperatures appear, ’e shelter houie has been corn­ ed by firemen of the Deluge If. Co., -which also operates a |d -concession in the heated iding. Flood lights will.illum- fte the rink' each night when gting is possible, lembers of the committee licli has planned opening of T rink, besides Christy and Id, are Village Trustees E. D. Ibum , John B, Keane, and fd Burgreen, Park Commis- ler Knight, Robert H. Kalb, |yd K, Winegard, and Town ghway Superintendent Mur- S. Welcher. o — ---------------- Newark Meet o Climax Series Of Scout Rallies Joy Scout rallies, are on the fcgram for Wayne District lops in the near future, ac- rding to District Commissioner |r l Doty. Phese Scout Rallies are tenta- ffely planned for Macedon, lliamson, Wolcott, Savannah, |d Lyons as sectional events the Troops nearest these amunitifcS. Material on the Jpgram of events will be sent to ayne Scoutmasters next week, Jt-advance plans show that the gents will be based on second ||s s requirements. District Rally of all Wayne |oops will then be held at New- at the new Community |n te r during Spy Scout Anni- rsary Week, February 7-13. A Surf of Honor will also- be held | the District Rally. Fhese are the first indoor jjies to be held in Wayne for iterat years and they are plan­ ed to strengthen the Troop and |strict program of Scouting, ty declared. —^ — -o— -------- I hub tb View Movies On Care of Garden ^Colored movies on \How Dpes [oqr Gard n Grow”, with the oted commentator Lovrell romas as narrator, Will feature re next meeting of Newark |aiden Club, to be held at 7:30 m o a Wednesday, Feb. 12, in re Public Library, according to Ls. Flo„d Waltz, president. The Ihis will show details of caring |>r lawns and gardens. : |A t the meeting last week. |fth C. '.Graham gave a talk on ne care of house plattts. Mrs. lari Stott presided ?• and Mrs. faymond Combes was hostess, n arrangement of Easter lilies id magnolia leases In a niche las prepared by Mrs.. T. Roomer. / - L-ABankManager Resigns To Aceept Position in South Macon to Job* Staff of Mobile Institution in February Robert R. Macon, manager of the Newark Branch, Lincoln Alliance Bank, since i t s opening here five years ago, h a s resigned to accept a position as vice-presi­ dent of the Rirst National Bank of Mobile, Alabama. The . resig.- nation. takes. e flectFebruary 1st. ; In his new post' Macon will have charge of th e . business development department of the iargest bank in Alabama, a 75- year-old institution that has never omitted an. annual divid­ end. A fast growing city, the population of Mobile has in ­ creased from 65,000 to 103,000 in the last five years, and during the same period deposits of the First National Bank have nearly doubled. ’' . Born in Macbri, Georgia, a con National Bank in X920, serv- descendant of one of the early ing th a t bank for two years be- settlers' after whom' the town fore Joining the staff of the was named, Mr. Macori entered Lin'cpln-Alliance Bank of Roch the foahldng 'business In the Mar-' (Continued on Page Seven) DRAFT CALL Leave frond Sodus District Today Twin brothers are included in the quota of 12 draft selectees, all of them volunteers, th a t will Ieaye the Sodus Selective Ser­ vice Office today for induction at Syracuse for their year of army training. The twins are Harvey B. Hadden and Howard A. Hadden of Walworth. Other men in the group a.re: Joseph Zappia, Howard J. Ridley which And Joseph P. Gravino; Newark; Prizes are in Charles B., Williams, Michael J. Beckins and Francis A. Smeatin, Sodus; Harold . Bay lord and Abraham J. DePisher, William­ son, and Leo Roland, Ontario. . Anplhpr. anota., of .1 4 more BtfdtjS district then will be called for servicethe end of the month, according'to the Rev. -Charles W. Walker, district board chairman. ----------- o ----------- Business Women Mark Affiliation With Natl Group DEBUT SET Colacino’s Recreation Cen­ ter Opens Sunday Formal opening of Thomas J. Colacino’s new Bowling Hall and Recreation Center at 205 East Union St. will be held at 2 p. m. this Sunday, according to the owner of the new $35,000 sports building. Mayor R. E. Chittenden is scheduled to roll the first ball on one of the eight new alleys at 2 o’clock, and then will follow a program of- ceremonies and bowling. Several old-time' .local bowlers will be selected to roll the first ball on the various hew hardwood alleys and then 32 visiting teams ofm en and wom­ en-piayers will 'Biye exhibitibna, the remainder of. the, afternoon and evening. The bowling setup, Installed by the Brunswick Company, is acclaimed as one of the best anywhere outside of metropoli­ tan New York, streamlined throughout, the hall is decorated in a brown and gold motif and illuminated with daylight tube i lighting. Walls and ceiling are Newark Business and Profes- I with sound-deadening sional Women’s Club celebrated I hoard. its second anniversary of affilia­ tion with the national parents organization with a gala formal banquet at.. Hotel Gardenier Tuesday evening. Miss Frances K. Marlatt, first viee-president of the New York State Federa­ tion, was guest speaker and presented a talk on “Women in Defense\. Miss Marlatt told the club and Its guest's that women’s place in defense preparations is to lay the ground work by building up the nation’s health, nutrition, recreation, .and education, She said they must, above all, have faith in their government and spread confidence among the people. A red, white, and blue color motif was carried out in the table' decorations and patriotic songs featured during the eve­ ning. Mrs. Louise Helen WOIIie, president of the Geneva club, gave the invocation and Mrs. Charlotte German, Newark club president presided and made the introductions. The club col­ lect was given by Miss Ann. Sydoriak, -first \vice-president-of the local unit. - . Several vocal selections werfe- given by Donald Merriam, noted former Newark baritone now of Seneca Falls, with Miss Eabelle Johnson at the piano. Mrs. Lulu Shafer, founder of the Newark club, was presented with a life tnembership In the organization. Guests were present from Gen­ eva, Wolcott, and Rocheste’r. o — Police Warn Against All-Night Parking An appeal to all motorists“to discontinue parking cars on vil­ lage streets all night was made this week by Police Chief W|l- liam Scheerens. He said such all- night parking in ^winter time hampers street crews from re­ moving snow. The Chief cited a village or­ dinance which forbids parking more than six hours hi on© place, after 9 p. m. SPEAKS TO MASONS Dr. Glenn 3. Bidwell. retired physician, will give a lecture a'nd show colored movies “Why Newark I s the Rose Capital of America” at the regular meeting of Newark Masonic Lodge next Monday evening. The special feature will follow the lodge ses- show i's to be sion at 7 :30 o’clock. The new structure, started last October, is modernly equip­ ped throughout, containing, be­ sides the main bowling hall, a large iounge room and restaur­ ant on the first floor and locker and recreation rooms in the basement. The restaurant will be operated by E. Ki Burns, owner of the Newark Diner. A description Qf the building and complete opening pVogram may be found among sports news on Page 6. \ ---------o --------- Masonic Chapter Installs Officers In Ceremony Here Newly elected ai:d appointed officers of Newark Chapter No. 1X7, Royal Arch Masons, were in­ stalled in ceremonies Monday evening by Dr. Jared A. Reed of Newark, past grand high priest of the Grand Chapter, R.A.M:, of New York State. He. was assisted by Charles W. Burgess, retiring high priest who acted as captain of the host. Succeeding Burgess in the higfSi office is Leslie A. Champion of Phelps. Other elected officials are E. J. Hochbrueckner, king; Baldwin L. Jagger, scribe; Earl T. Doty, treasurer; and Charles ,H. Berger, secretary for his 17th successive tei’ih. Officers appointed by Cham­ pion are: John H. Porter, cap­ tain of the host; Lynn Wrench, principal sojourner; W. A- Hoff- tneyer, royal arch captain; George W. Doty, master of sec­ ond veil; Dr: W. C. Chittenden, master of first veil; and W. ,Har- olql Porter, sentinel. O. P. Fussell Heads Perkins Cab Group . Overton \P. Fussell was elected new chairman of the pack com­ mittee of the Hoy Scout Cub Pack at Perkins Schdol at a committee organization meeting held Tuesday evening. Peter De- Nagel was fleeted vice-chair­ man and registration plans were made. , The committee approved de­ tails of a minstrel show to be given Thursday evening, Jan. 30, by boys of the Cub pack. The held in Perkins School. Ea% f ^ r V N d Y X aom e tiex TWO SECTIONS — 12 PAGES meeting of the New York State Council of Retail Merchahts Tcic;, held last * W> dhesday lfi Syracuse. The state orgahjz#-* tionj’ formed rilne iiears agb W/^g; re-vamped into, a state wxfie active group and the NeWArk ttnR became a member Represented ' by Bernald Dm Hugh, chairman of the local council, the .Newark unit thus joined more than 100 other cities and villages ih the state m re : solutions opposing increased state expenditures or any sales or transaction tax. while'..-de­ finitely advocating undivided of-’' forts for national' defense and- demanding ap experienceotf m erit rating for employers urn. der the unemployment msuf ! ance system. Bush was one- of 52-representatives- elected as-the; state body’s directors. Officers Listed A ne.w constitution and by­ laws of the state organization was adopted at the session t; which representatives of many of the largest stores in New1 York City, Buffalo, Rochester: Syracuse, and Albany were pre sent. The Board of Directors chose as chairman, Charles Es Cooney, president of E. W.' Ed­ wards & sen, Syracuse. Officers of the council p, re: President? Louis W. Johnston, president .qf Sibley, Lindsay A§ Curr, Roches­ ter, vice-presidents, Harry Y, Iszard of Iszard’s, ElmirA; and Frederick E. Bigelow, president' of Abraham-son Bigelow,; James­ town; secretary, James Hastihgsi'’ The. Carl Company, Sehpfwc*; tady: treasurer. A. i>. Rowftfrpfa comptroller of. Jonn. Sc^q$fn?f mafcei As Son Newbmgh ^ • 5 * 4 Member of the executive? committee chosen a t the meet-f,- ing are: Harold M. Hecht. presi­ dent of William Hengerer CO. Buffalo: C. Mossman McLqan. secretary of H ills,' M cLean. -& •Haskins, Binghamton; Julius Frank & Sons, 'Qgdensburg; Louis Broido, vice-president, of Gimbel Bros., New York; and Delos Walker, vice-president of R. H. Macy & Co. of New Ybrk City. ! Among the resolutions adopt­ ed by the retailers, the two most important were as follows: Condemns Big Reserve “Resolved, That in our judg­ ment the time is ripe for' a thorough inquiry into methods for better unemployment insur­ ance ih New York State. The (Continued on Page Five) Scout Troop 122 Re-names Committee title at the Seventh Annual \Wayne County Muck Potato* , Show January 28th. The .ey.epif 7f is scheduled tci take place.- fhf {Wilhartison Grange Hall Edward Mundy was re-elected chairman of the5 troop commit­ tee of Boy Scout Troop 122 ' of the Methodist Church a t the annual committee meeting held Jan. 9. Clarence Metcalf whs named assistant chairman, James B. Robinson secretary- treasurer, and the Rev. C, T. Winkworth chaplain. Troop committee members were named to take charge of troop needs as follows: Finance. J. B.\Robinson; publicity, Arthur E. Nash; health and safety. Dr. Frank Lucas; troop member­ ship and advancement,- Harold Burke; civic service, Elmer E. Stell and Walter Hallagan; music, Chester T. Robb; quarter- j RETAILERS OBJECT TO: SALES TAX Newark Council Joins State Unit in Stands on Legislation Newark Merchants Council of the Chamber of Commerce wag; __ . ___ represented a t a re- orgamzatiop ilDmse Ontario.. wilL..defend. his SET JAN. 28 Contest Trade Exhibit to Feature Event in Wil­ liamson Premier Muck Potato Grow-, for the past year; Albert day in conjunction with muck motato meetings. The following ay, January 29, will be devoted Muck vegetable topics, i ••> ' The show at which Dinse will eiend his title provides for - 5 -and 32 tuber exhibits of muck ferown l u ih Cobbler, .Chippewa,, Katahdm Green Mountain, and bther varieties. A separate class Lor hushelo of table stock ip bags npen to both muck and upland grown stock. is.-provided. Sweep- «tak«s competition for the title and the Newark Courier trophy -ia open to any exhibitor who last A?bar grew a minimum of three acres or mpCk potatoes and who previously has not permanently, fwon this award. Ribbons and •liberal cash awards will be given Ithe first four places in each class. A separate 4-H Club show iin charge of M. C. Cunningham, bounty 4 H Club agent, is in­ cluded. | . According to M. F. Butts, So- »dus, potato committee chairman, |the entire g r o u n d floor •Sf the Grange Hall will be Mevoted to . a commercial |Jrad.e show featuring tractors, leaders,\diggers fertilizers, fun- l|ipides, ins§cticides, seeds and pther materials supplied local ’growers. Any organization desir- jing space in this trade exhibit- is gsked to contact Mr. ButfS as •soon as possible. '* A seed cutting contest with ribbons and cash awards is Jngluded on the January 28 pro- f \ am. The muck shows and litih^s *'ai'e opePt; ■td'Tsdi*Wayne County potato' growers. . ‘ — — —o ----------- Casts Announced For Annual Play By High Seniors Casts for the annual Senior Play to be presented March 12th and 13th at Newark High School were announced this week by Miss Irene B. Quiri, school dra­ matics director. The play will be “The Lovely Duckling”, a three-act comedy by Dorothy Bennett and Link Hannah. Two complete casts will again be used, with .a separate cast each night. The following have .been selected for roles: Patricia “Pat” Holmes—-Betty Abbott, Pearl Newton; Rosie—Marian Scheer­ ens, Betty WilAon; Bummy Post —Barbara Nieskes, Jane Woel- feL; -Myra Edward—Betty Acker- son, Carol Warner; Victoria “Vichy” Holmes—Theresa Di- Santo, Marian Timerson; Anra- belle Wilson—Betty Hooper, Helen Welcher; Florence Cart- wright—Gene Douglas, Shirley Humeston; Gloria Cartwright— Etta BeRauw, Maiie Yaniri; Al­ b e r t bavidscn—Wilhs Sander­ son, Raymond Vanderllnde; Tom Holmes—Gary Smith, Fred Young;, Freddie Amberley—Ed­ ward Stratton, William Vickery; Murphy—James Buraginia, Ted Phelps. Understudies are: Girls— M aude' Bouwens, Peggy Dee, Helen Goossen, Wanda Howland, Mildred Laurette, Esther Leven- thal, Esther Morris, Josephine boys—Francis Cola- . NOTED ‘SIZZLER’ TO TEL] WAYS TO BOOSTS ALE, THROUGH PHRASE l i l i C. of G. Backs Center With of $200 Wheeler to Addreli Chamber Fete Tuesday ELMER \SIZZIiER” WHEELER Speaiks at Chamber Dinner master,- Rpmaine H. Colei lead-, cino T y Fischettei Harold Foi- ership, Avery N. Robinson. IJe M h o n y Paiermo, Stuart transportation, *. Cornelius De- Warne.r Arcadia Chest Slates Annual M eet Monday Annual meeting of the Area Nagel and Fred Filters; camp director, Clarence Metcalf. — o——- — Fire Company Plans Annual Dance Feb. 12 Third annual dance of the cha Community Chest will be Exqelsior Hook & Ladder Co. of held at 5 p. m. Monday at the Newark Fire Department has i Elks .Club, Elmer E. Stell, presi- been set for Lincoln’s Birthday. • dent, announces. . Wednesday, Feb. 12? in Newark | Annual report for the year Grange Hall. 'T h e big event, will be given by Miss Mary Alice usually held oij Washington’s Kelly, se$yetary-trc',asurer, and Biithday, was switched this year new officers and thirteen direc- to prevent conflict with other tors will be 'elected for three scheduled affairs. I years to succeed those , whose The company has selected it > terms are expiring. president, W- J. titter, as genera11 o ------ —— _ chairm an of the dance, w h i c h 0Ytlutpedic Clinic will be oil a much more exten-,- - sive scale than previously,, he , b e t N e x t 1 f i u r s d a y said.. Modern “round dancing\| will be staged in the upper hall j A consultation orthopedic to the music of Pete Renzi's clinic will be held at Newark on Orchestra of Lyoiis, while January 23, iii the Elks, “square dancing” will be held from 9 a. m. to 2 p. m, during the evening’fn the low e r hall, with music furnished by the F,airport Old Timers. Spe­ cial gifts, favors, and refresh­ ments are also on the program Club The clinic will be in charge of Dr. R. D. Severance, the State Orthopedic Surgeon, assisted by the Orthopedic Nurse in the '•district. Grief Over Son’s Death Held Cause Brooding over the death of her son was —blamed for the suicide death of Mrs. Clarence A. Dey, 49, who died yesterday morning, as result of self-in­ flicted gunshot, wounds at, -.her home on,the Lyon Road, near East Palmyra, according to the report of Dr. Arthur Besenier Marion, county coroner. Members-of the • family- said Mrs. Dey had been-ill from-ner­ vous shock since her son, F orrest Dey, 23, 'was killed in a mntor- eycie-auto\ crash on the Newazk- Lyons road last June ’. She had been improving, they said, and Was believed recovering when left alone atvthe home yesterday. Her husband, a school bus driver, returned about # a. m. and found her body in an out­ building near the motorcycle of her dead son, with her son’s shotgun beside h er and a wound in her abdomen. . Dr.-Besemer- was called -and said he wouIdTprobably issue a certificate of death by suicide. She was the former Hattie Wirth, born on April 19, 1891, in Pennsylvania and was a mem­ ber of East Palmyra Presbyter­ ian Church, Surviving ate. her husband, two daughters, Pauline, 15, and Mildred, 13; two sons, Kenneth, 25, and. Nelson, 21; ' one sister, Mrs. Raymond Brink, Newark RD; and four brothers, Albert Wirth of Marion; William Wirth of -East Rochester, George Wirth of Palmyra, and Chhrles Wirth of Mifflinburg, Pa. Fun­ eral rites will be held a t 2:30 p. m. Friday in the h'ome, with burial in East Palmyra Ceme­ tery, --------- cp -------- Railroad Worker Reaches 50-Year Mark With NYC Stafford C. Dibble of- 911 N. Main St., at one time signal man in the New York Central Rail­ road tower in Newark and at present tower man in Palmyra, rounded out 50 years service with railroad company yester­ day. The occasion was celebrated at a -dinner given by his family last night in his honor. Born in,Ionia, N.Y., Mr. Dibble joined the Central in 1891 as telegraph operator ^at the old Brighton station, now part of Rochester. He also acted .as tele­ graph operator at Holcomb, N. Y., until he was promoted to s ta­ tion agent at Clarence Center, N. Y. Later he was station agent at Port LaSalle and West Bloomfield and rounded out his career as a station agent with 18 years at Port Byron. In 1925 he became tower man at the signal tower in Newark and when this was discontinued he was transferred to the tower at Palmyra. — ,-------------- o ------------ ' School Band Concert Lists New Features Fourteenth annual concert by the Rotaryfttigh School Band will be presented-Tuesday ever ning,, Jan. 4, for the first time in the auditorium of the hew Jun­ ior-Senior High School, accord­ ing fo Chester T.. Robb, director. A new feature of the event Will be a baton-twirling number by. the band’s 12 drum major­ ettes. Also on the program is a cornet 'dub .of Robert Chambers and Montleth Ptilver; .a clarinet trio of Richard Combes, John Foster, and Angelo DelMftstfo; and a vocal trio of Betty Abbott, Eleanor Bramante, and Johanna Lagana. A movie, 'Tfoosier Schoolboy” with Mickey Rooney, will also be shown. ConbiButiori Swells Fund to $2,800;’ \yb rk Nears ’ Finish Definite sqlection of a, super­ visor ahd completion -of the re ­ building work for the new New­ ark Community Centei within the next.week is predicted by members of the Center Execu­ tive Committee this week. - Floyd K. Winegard. president, said he'Will call a committee session late this week to make final selection of'a. supervisor of activities. Fifteen candidates for the position have been inter­ viewed ip the past .thiee weeks. Volunteer labbr has cooperat­ ed highly in the work of re ­ vamping the gymnasium base? ment and the recreation rooms now are virtually . finished. Winegard issued an mvitation-to the public to visit the gym and inspect the new basement- looms for billiards,^ ping.pong, small games, meeting, and lounging and reading. * ~ « • Robert ; H. Kalb, chairman of the . membership campaign, re­ ported a total of $2,800 raised so far,-a jump of $600 during the week, including a $200 contribu­ tion from the Chamber of Com­ merce, sponsor of the commun-' ity\ project. He said efforts are being redoubled to have canvas­ sers complete their coverage of the village for individual mem­ bers. Any persons not already asked to join are requested to get their membership cards from Kalb at the . Lincoln-Alliance Bank or at the Union-Gazette office. .The Center is now in need of -certain ; equipment in good, shape,\ for use ih. \the recreation rooms, fobluding ping pong tables, gobd - furniture pianos? and some sports equipment Two radios, four pool and bill!aid, tables, and' some other items have already been contributed. It is expected the Center - will, open the last week of this month. . fr, Flans have been compfeted- the.sixteenth annual dinner.; meeting o f the Newaik Chamt of ‘Commerce which will-- place -at 6:30 -p: m. next Tuess a* Newatk Giange Hall . Principal speaker will litte Elmer Wheelar president *o Tested Selling Institute of Ne York City who is called- most Interesting man m Anarti ica! \ Wheeler is credited \witl originating and being the .lea m g exponent of the art of-build mg sales through word maglpi-< . Wheeler'S creed us \Selk-dii sizzle—not the steak* On th ls| basis his tested selling word? combinations have sold millions- of dollars woith of goods foi U S J concerns. In addition he is the ' author of a-number of bestoselfe 3 Have Close Call When Truck Flips Into Excavation Three village workers had a narrow escape from serious in­ jury yesterday morning wheri the truck in, which they were riding turned over ih a crater a t the village gravel pit at the end of Frey St. Driver of the loaded truck, Earl Parker, 432 W. Union St., was thrown clear of) the truck, receiving back injuries. Riding with P a rker Samuel Coletto, 138 Willow Ave., and ’Joseph De- Felice, 62 W. Sherman Ave., crawled from the cab of the capsized truck, and apparently escaped unharmed. The mishap occurred when a rear wheel of the truck ran off the edge of a 5-foot excavation. The truck landed upside down on the bottom.' Hoisting crane of the New York State Electric and Gas Company was used to extricate the vehicle. : -------- -o-u— ------- Humane Unit Picks Ned Bond President Town Clerk Edwin C. (Ned) Bond was elected new president of. the Wayne County Humane Society at its annual meeting held Monday evening, He suc­ ceeds Miss Rose ^Williams, who was .selected as vice-president. Re-elected were Mrs. William A. Marks as secretary and Peter S. Bohusz as treasurer. 'Willi'S J. Utter is agent for the society, which operates with only a New­ ark chapter but has a charter for all Wayne County. ------ L. --- 0\ ----- 12 Canners to A ttend National Convention Twelve members o f Newark's three ’ canning companies • are expected to leave Saturday for the National Cahriers Conven­ tion to be held in Stevens Hotel, Stubiblebine Chicago, January 19 to 24. Planning to attend sessions are: From Comstock Canning Corp. office—S . ' E. CbmStock, Richard Comstock, Caleb’.-Scutt, Harold Tdrrey, Paul Emerson, ■CiaVidKM- OHjrtw On'w Benson Shirtz and Stuart Far- ra r k Perfection Co.--Rhea. E. Chittenden and Hairy G. Chap­ man; Edgett-Burnham Co.-=- George A. Burnham, Finch and Albert Kreiss. m g business books-including :fche : -:i noted Tested Sentences T h a t Sell His subject here will be \Word Magic th a t MakesrPeople • Buy Also scheduled on the pro­ gram. is a brief talk by Dr. Glen. s . I Bidwell on Interesting Facts about Newark.r Aithui N Chusty will again act as toastma tei foi the an n u a l . affan;. and Elmer- E. ■ Stell.*.: will lead the singing- with New­ ton DePuy a t the piano. Invo-: • cation will be. given by the Rev. Charles W. Walker. Only a few more tuoxets ■ are* available foi the affair-accord— : mg to L. J. Engleson. Chamber i president as the capacity of the : hall is limited to 200, Anyone---; desiring, a ticket may obtain i t ' at the Umon-Gazette office. / . Richard Chaffee, present first vice-president of the Chamber.- is in line for the presidency to succeed Leslie J. Engleson i n 't h e - annual election of offi'CeiS that : will take plac at the meeting Also to be voted cn &r&y.yttlst ■ vice bresidemrto su c k e r fee second vice president tnsbc •. ceed Harry G Chapman, tary to succeed Cecil Davujjpn I tieasurer to lucj-eed -lu p to y . Wright and ten tiustees ^for ; three years. Trustees Whose term’s* expire are Frank J 'Salt ! zed, A. Eugene Bolles, 'H a rry ■ Chapman, Arthur N. Chteisty, - Rhea Chittenden, Cecil David* ~ son, Charles H. Herrick, H arry ’ W. Parker, Paul D. Newton -'and,? James RoteUa. 1 Arthur G. S'chulz is\\ chairman of the nominating committee, ; the other members being- Rhea ’ E. Chittenden and. Paul D. New­ ton.. . \ ’ Annual reports wiH be given by Davidson, Wright and- Ber3 nald C. Biish, chairman of the ; Retail Merchants1 Council Plan- : ning Board. Printing to Start This Week-Endon Newark Directory The new 1941 Newark Direc­ tory will go to press this week- : end and be available to. the pub­ lic in about-jtwo weeks. - ■ ■ • <■ Besides,, containing a resident! I tiai directory- nia,dd\''\irom a , house-to-house canvass by members of the Newaik High • Senior Class as a Washingtori-- Trip project, the book will aIso_: contain oomplete business-, New- j ark- State School, street a n d .' town rural listings. ■ s - . Newcomers to'\the village, and : anyone who has moved recently, , are requested to call the Umon- Gazette Office, 710, before this Friday so the infoimation can ; be included in tile directory. • —,—.— o ------ — Letters Issued Son ; In Newarker’s Estate Letters of administration m i the estate of the late Henry J. ; O’Brien of Newark, who died last--: Oct. 26, were issued to his son, Charles L. O’Brien of Clyde, by- Surrogate James D. Hurley in ; surrogate court1 proceedings Tuesday. The estate whs esti­ mated at $6,600 value ' by •tfte---- petitioner. f : Heirs*of the deceased m an are 1 M s wife, M rs’. Jane O’Bnen, two 1 other sons^. Clifford of Newark and John H. of Albion; and,, three - daughters, . Mis. Alice : Lynpm of Newark, Mrs,-Martba:' Stubblebihe • of Cdnandaigua, and Mrs.'Helen Hanna of Read- ; ing,' Pa. • \ . . -o- REDECORATE HOTEL if f The large and small dSfiihg;:: rooms of the Gardenier Hotel, will be closed until Fsbiuary 1st white extensive ledeeoiatittf® .are ’Being made according - to Ciptis; Scofield, |owner The grill Glen I room, will he available for meals I as usual he announces. V - '

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