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   Syracuse Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 15, 1933, Syracuse, New York                               BYfflttJUSE HBJGHaJfi Doctors List For Beer Post In Next Week Medical Society to Offer 6 as County Control Board Eligibles Ready by Wednesday Binghamton Group Views Membership as Medical While physicians in some parts of Upstate New York are reported ing- at exercising their legal privilege in naming six cllglbles for the county beverage control boards under the new State beer Syracuse and Onondaga County doctors will com- plete their list next week. This was announced today by Dr. Thomas P. president of the Onondaga County Medical Society. The regular meeting of the society. held yesterday at the university was to have heard n preliminary report of the executive committee named to formulate the list.- How- routine matters and the Dr. Farmer arid other officers of the society Mid will have completed Its work by Wednes- day when the next meet- will be held at the club. The letral deadline for nomination of one of whom probably u-ill be a is next Saturday. Arthur Syracuse 3 Hurt When and Doris Car Skids Film Reported to Wed Hits Another At that time or the list of local candidates will be presented to the couniy Board of Supervisors. Chairman Virgil H. Clymcr the board will name one person from the doctors list after the State headed by Chairman Mulrooney. has named the first one. The in ad- dition to Dr. comprises Drs. Charles D. rice president of the Earle E. Francis W. Rosen-berger. and Francis J. Ryan. Nathan P. C. Cooper and Adelbert C. Members of the society received word frovi BInghamton today that the Broome County Medical Society might hesitate'at the task of naming eix 'or that locality. Some members of the Binphamton pvup have expressed the view that is outside the province of the medical to act as the new State 3aw permits them to do. Meanwhile beer continued to flow Into the and the probability .of tin Zoster beverage repeat- ing last week's seemed re- PORIS KKXYOX Syra- friends of Howard Dies in Hospital at Gard- Girl Passenger Cut ____________ Dwight Father of Former Syracuse Athlete Former and Fiance En- Route to Coast Hollywood. April 15 Doris Kenyon. former widow of the late Milton film i and Arthur Hopkins. N. Y- real estate will be mar- ried in according to Miss Kenyan. The actress was en route from Chicago to Angeles today accompanied by Hopkins. Kenyan Sang In Syracuse Concert Friends of the real estate broker in Syracuse announced that Mr. Hop- kins Syracuse Wednesday for Chi- cago where he made his headquar- ters at Hotel Drake. Syracuse forms the background for ARTKCIt HOPKINS There were 608 temporary city permits issued when the City Hall license office opened today. Ben Franklin Brown Quits Jamesville Pen To Face Police Again Benjamin Franklin a dusky familiar of the Police Court and Jamesvllle -who was freed from the latter a few days was briefly at head- quarters last .night. with his giant feet besting a rythmic tattoo before Chief Cadin's he panted out protests that while he was Syracuse's best colored gentlcman- he didn't mean harm when ..seised an hour earlier. Brown is better know to hangers- on around the headquarters as Police say he has. the largest pair of feetin the county. They were called last night to Wcst'cenesee and Eurelia Streets where a crowd was watching with a large piece of scraping up the street's surface. He railed at the protesting that it was time for him to go to bed. and that lie proposed to sleep at that corner. He wore hats when taken to headquarters. he was he last was seen by detectives ex- plaining to a North Salina Street tele- phone pole that he No charge was made against THE WEATHER Probably rain tonight and cooler tonight. Lowest temperature tonight about 38. last Rainfall Cities HlchW Bar. 24 hrs. A.M. Albany 53 46 30.18 Cloudy 56 42 and eKnyon fam- ilies. The film star's the Jate Rev. Dr. James Benjamin was pastor of University Methodist Episcopal Church and the First Meth- odist Episcopal Church. The actress came to Syracuse dur- ing the Thanksgiving laet year. lor a concert in Lincoln toritun for the benefit of the Woman's Building Syracuse Alum- nae Club. Mr. Hopkins was educated In the Syracuse public schools and for 30 years was active in the real estate business here. He is recognized as a breeder of harness horses and is widely known in the horseshow F Patrolman Bench Accepts to Close Crash Suit A settlement of was an- nounced yesterday in the Supreme Court action filed by Patrolman Howard Bench against G. A. Browne owners of an automobile which crashed into a car in which Bench was riding at West Genesis and Korth Gcddcs Streets on July 25 1932. Bench's right hand was crushed when the car tipped and it was necessary to amputate two fingers. The automobile was driven by Charles M. 226 Richfield Ave- nue. In the car with Bench were William Eichenlaub. of 515 Bear Charles 16. of 106 Kotzbauer Resigns After 22 Years With Police Department Patrolman John F. de- tailed to the Public Library during most of his service with the depart- today tendered his resignation to chief of Police Martin L. Cadin. L 'I The resignation will take effect May when Patrolman Kotzbauer will have completed 22 years of ser- v He was appointed a patrolman May 1. 1911. In his the veteran patrolman explained that ill health was the cause of his retirement. Special Dispatch to The Herald April son of Dwight P. Putnam of Oneida. N. died In Henry Hey- wood Memorial Hospital here late yesterday from injuries suffered when a car driven by his father skidded and crashed into another driven by John S. Hay of Mass. Mr. the boy's father. Is in the hospital suffering from con- cussion of the and from frac- tures of several ribs and lacerations of tbe face. Miss Lois R. 17. also of Onelda. a companion on the received lacerations of the face. Hay suffered cuts and bruises. Mr. his son and Miss Olcott left Onetda Thursday for New England where Mr. Putnam's con- the Explosive Supply of which he is operates branch offices. Mrs. Putnam did not accompany them because she was ill. Miss Olcott Is a neighbor and her father is employed by Putnam. The accident happened when the Putnam car skidded and crashed into the Hay machine on a .highway near this city. All were taken to the hos- pital and the boy died shortly after from a fractured skull. Mr. father of the was president of the class of 1911 Syracuse University and he rowed on the crew for four including one that won the Poughkeepsie re- gatta. He was a member of Sigma Phi Body to Be Brought to Oneida for Burial Special Dispatch to The Herald April Putnam was born In Oneida Aug. and was a pupil on the West Road in the First Ward. Besides his he ia survived by Miss Marion a student at Oneida Junior High School. C. Fred Camp- bell. Oneida will bring the body to bis home for services and burial. Mrs. Putnam and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Olcott went to Gardner just before the boy's death. They will re- main for a few days because of the serious condition of Mr. Putnam and Miss Olcott. 9 Celebration Rotary Children Have Their Day Smith Veto Forces In Syracuse Atlanta 62 Atlantic City... -38 Boston 52 Buffalo 6S Calcary CO Chicago 40 6-1 Denver 50 Detroit 56 JacfcsonviDe Kansas City... 48 S2 Memphis 60 73 Montreal 60 New Orleans... 72 New York City 54 Pittsburgh 70 Salt Lake City 56 San Francisco. 18 St. Louis. ____ 42 Washincton Gi Rain 30.24 Trace Cloudy 42 30.22 .16 Cloudy 40 30.12 Trace Rain 30 29.83 Trace Snow 38 .02 Clear 40 30.08 Rain 36 30.12 Clear 36 30.16 .12 Cloudy 64 29.98 .10 Cloudy 3S 30.04 Pt.Cl'dy 60 30.12 Clear 44 .88 Cloudy 72 Clear 46 30.05 .02 Rain 45 29.02 .30 Cloudy 42 30.20 Trace Cloudy 50 30.06 Trace Cloudy 38 30.10 Clear 48 30.06 Clear 33 .52 Rein 44 30.20 Cloudy LOCAL WEATHER CONDITIONS Precipitation hours ending 8 None. A.M.. 54 10 A.M. 57 12 56 degrees. 5 10 a 12 M.. northwest. 7 miles. A.M.. 12 12 29.48. Sunrise. sunset. Josephine and Howard Bench. 17. The patrolman was repre- U4. State Income Taxes Due to Midnight This is the last day for filing State income tax and paying at least hall of the tax without penalty. The Syracuse office at 236 West Genesec Street remaias open until 6 o'clock tonight to accommodate late comers. Many inquiries were received the new regulations made effective toy the Legislature hut all oT them were by Albert A. director of the office that the provisions So not apply to 1932 incomes. Mailed returns will be marked if they bear postmarks earlier than Mr. Kocher said. sented by Stone Marvin. FIRE HECORD P.M.. Box 473. Midland and Hall P.M.. still Montgomery Street. MARRIAGE LICENSES William Theodore KIttlaus. 611 Hlshlan'd and Thelma Louise 409 Douglas Street. A. M. Mitchell Rites At Apulia Tomorrow Funeral services for Alexander M. 75. for many years known as the 'cabbage will be con- ducte-d tomorrow afternoon at o'clo'cic in Apulia Station Methodist Episcopal the Rev. Bertrand pastor of the and the Rev. Winn former officiating. Burial will be in Tully Cemetery. Mr. Mitchell was born In Chicago. but came to this Stare 45 years ago where We established a cabbage busi- ness in Apulia Station. Through his insistence on growin highest quality produce and his with dif- ferent types of he established a reputation as an in his chosen geld. He sold his business in 1D1D. Mr. Mitchell had been ill for sev- eral and n few days ago his illness took a turn for the worse. Terms of His Parole Victor van de of 324 Lorraine was held in Police Court to- day for hearing Tuesday as a proba- tion violator. Police that he was seized a year ago when a shortage in the accounts of a vacuum cleaner agency was blamed upon and that Van de Vere was freed on his promise to pay a week until the had been made good. Complaint today was that no pay- ments had been made since last June. He told Judge Yehle he would en- gage counsel and explain everything. Syracusan Submits Lowest Bid on Lake Parkway Grass Seed G. C. Gardenfer of Syracuse sub- mitted bid on pounds of grass seed required lor planting lawns in Onondaga Lake Parkway. The bid. opened by Oliver S. county purchasing was w. T. Smith Company of Geneva offered' to supply one lot of shrubs for f.o.b. or at Geneva. Henry Kohaiiskie Son of PalnesvUle. quoted on a second lot. Award of contracts is expected for Immediate delivery. Texas Inaugurates Fish Life Study With New York as Model April 35 Emmeline chief aquatic biologist of the New York Conservation today made public a letter from J. director of research for the Texas Game. Fish and .Ojrtar Commis- telling her that the state of Texas has Inaugurated a biological survey of the fish life in the state modeled after New York's survey. are attempting in a modest he you are doing In an exhaustive and remarkable way In New New York's survey has been under way since 1926 and will be completed in 1937. The annual reports of the New York survey are being used as a basis lor the Texas work. Bouck in New York j For the Week-end I L Worcester Federal .conserva- tor of the Salt Springs National .Bank since March left this morning to pass the week-end in New vYork City. He will be back at his desk on Monday employes at the bank said today. Lehman Kills Bill to Ex- empt Municipal Air ports Syracuse Herald Bureau April 15 The City of Syracuse must continue to pay to the town of Camillas taxes on the municipally-owned Amboy airport as the result of the veto by i Governor Lehman of the Webb-Wads- worth bill. The vetoed bill provided that mu- nicipalities owning aviation parks or highways In oEher munici- palities could declare such pieces of property exempt from taxation with- out the consent of the municipality in.which they are located. Numerous cities of the State were interested in the bill- Rome and Utica own jointly an airport located put- side of their city limits. Albany owns both ah airport and a golf course outside the city. The bill passed both Houses of the L-cpislature with little opposition. It a marked departure from the present tax system. Numerous towns in the State derive large tax revenues from properties owned by neighboring cities. Members of the Syracuse Rotary Club and their daughters at the annual father and daughter luncheon yeaterday at Onondaga Hotel. left to John B. Tracy Ann Livingston who at five months was the youngest at the P. Gordon Smith and Nancy and Steckel and Betty 11. John H. Hamel with Virginia Hamel. and Mary Jane daughter of-Dr. and Mrs. L. H. Welnheimer. Student Nurses in Sunrise Service On Hospital Roof Student nurses from the five train- Ing schools In Syracuse will have a sunrise Easter tomorrow morn- ing at 6 o'clock on the roof of Syra- cuse Memorial Hospital. The service is being spcrasored by tb.e Forurn which includes student nurses from Syracuse Gen- eral. St. Me- morial and Good Shepherd hospitals. Miss Mildred Dark Hospital of the Good Shepherd will be in charge of the service which will In- clude musics-responsive readings and a short religious services. The the 11-th floor of the hos- pital will be decorated with ferns and candles for the oc- casion. Shore Condemnation Data Due Next Week Stenographic records of the Onon- dflga Lakeshore condemnation case may be- transcribed and ready for study by the commissioners next week. Many volumes of notes were required for the hearings which started more'than four months ago. Np .decision is expected within a month. Chairman John T. Delaney of the condemnation commission said today. Contend Mortgage and Less Major Infractions in Tax Problems Remain Unsolved Shed Found Ablaze In Montgomery Si A small fire In a shed at the rear of 623 Montgomery Street caused a still alarm .at o'clock this aft- ernoon. The fire was extinguished before much damage resulted. A grass fire at-Midland and Hall Avenues was extinguished after an alarm was sounded at o'clock. April 15 New York State -Association of Real Estate Boards In a legislative report made public today states that ap- proximately' bills which passed the very little action Is to be found upon the serious tax and mortgage questions confronting prop- erty More than 50 bills pertaining to mortgage foreclosures were intro- duced during the principal- ly calling for moratoria on fore- closures and protection to the holders of guaranteed mortgage Two bills providing 'for stays on foreclosures were approved by the Senate but were killed in the Assem- bly. The Nunan bill a moratorium on mortgage foreclosures on dwelling and while the O'Brien bill called for a moratorium on foreclosures of all real estate mort- where interest and taxes were paid. The passed two measures recommended by Governor Lehman setting up a lemi-public corporation to help reorganize mortgage invest- ment companies to protect. holders of mortgage certificates in danger of de- faulting Among the measures defeated were Thefts of Prop- erty Reduced Albany. April 15 went into a slump in New York State in the State Department of Cor- rection announced today. Not only were there less major crimes committed last year than the year but there tvas also a marked decrease in the amount property lost or stolen. The Depart- ment of Correction also reported a larger percentage of the crimes solved than in 1931. In 1931 the value of stolen property in the was as com- pared with last year the police recovered 30.41 per cent as compared with 35.95 the year before. The following statistics show .the decrease in In New York City there were crimes reported in against In in last In in places with a population between and J250.000. last 5.C05 193V f.nd fo on down to cities of less than 100.000 where the from tD short time said Dr. Walter N. commissioner of correc- Department of Correction released some statistics which were not too encouraging as far as the crime solution in this State Is Main Executive Branch Has Been in Y. City or Nine Years such bills as the Providing cerned. It Is felt therefore to be en- a 60-day period of before de- tirely proper to comment favorably fault of permitting auto- on statistics of the opposite matlc renewal of mortgage for a like data secured for the years term unless a 90-day notice be given 1931 and 1932 from New York City by the and requiring no- are of that character. These figures ttce to tenant if a lease contains an would show an increased efficiency in A V H_K V V HHB J_ 4 A Jf the field of crime prevention of 12.8 together with a like Increased automatic renewal. clause. KIN HERE AT 1VOOOIN RITES flcl m crimc Qf g Mr. and airs. Harry Jeffery and Mrs. commissioner Mulrooney should Jeffcry's Miss Elizabeth Eaton. fecl hl hl gratified by these drove to-Berwick. to of the State were as .H. Woodin. Mrs. of Mrs. Jeffery and h Easter Throngs Go to Market on Busy Day Secretary William Jn per Qf thfi I 56.4 per cent 37.7 per cent unsolved in 41.1 per cent In robbery. per cent unsolved in 40.2 per mis- 5.6 per cent unsolved in 26.1 per cent in 1931. -i BIRTHS Mr. anii Mrs. Raymond Bussc 1002 Butternut a son. April 10. Mr. and. Mrs. Donald Conan a April 11. Mr. and Mrs. Nick Frigio 362 East Brighton a April 11. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Gersbachcr rinia 711 Lemoyne a April 11. nnd Mrs. Frank Purdy 953 South Townsend a jrlrl. April 7. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Weecar 110 Schiller a April 11. Mrs. Howard Younciove R.D. a April Mr. and Mrs. Prank Kin 120 Putnam a boy. April 10. Mr. and Mrs. Michael Boland fAencs 3M West Brishton a ApyJl II. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Gault iMi Bellevue a April 11. Mr. and Mrs. Julius Reeves Hi East Adams a April Mr. and Reginald Lamb 120 Elmwood a April 32. and Mrs. Raymond Wilson leen Hlckok a April 12. Mr. and Mrs. Prank Rilcy LeinOynes A April U. Held On Wife's Charge Earl of 1122 East Payette today was held in -Sl.OOO-bail lor a hearing Monday In. Police Court on complaint of his wife. She charged that while he was annoyed at the crying of their two he had hit them-with a stick. The children are and bright-faced girl of Otis denied he was cruel to the and had convinced Chief of Police Cadin that he would be a kind father If he were when Mrs. Otis swore out warrant against her husband charging degree assault. 4 Brother Demands Estate Accounting An accounting by Harold J. Hinds in the estate of his Mrs. Jen- nie M. who died in ing an estate of te sought in Surrogate's Court by a Regi- nald T. who charges Harold has failed to distribute the assets of 4-VIA The says sufficient funds have been received by the admin- istrator to pay debts and that suf- ficient time has elapsed for full set- meht. The two. sons and two brothers. Herman and share the estate. Livestock Saved in Farm Fire April 15 from six .neighboring communities fought- for several hours early today to prevent the spread of flames from a large barn on the Henrietta farm' estate of Prank Lovejoy.ij vice president and general managet of the Eastman Kodak Company. Loss was estimated at 30 head of-cattle and six horses were large amount of farm machinery and crops were stroyed. The origin was not Imme- diately determined.- of the executive offices pf the L. C. Smith and Corona Type- f L writers. with the principal plant organization at 701 East Washington was toeing effected in a rapid manner today. The offices for upward of nine years have New York With a system that savored of K troop and munitions movement in time of the records and other office equipment of the New vYortc offices were moved to Syracuse today in a fleet of 17 large motor trucks. By noon nine of the trucks had ar- rived and the rest were due tonight. As field marshal of the transport was Hurlbut W. president of the and of assistants. Each truckload of equipment as it was unloaded was placed in its proper location in the offices previously assigned to it. When the last of the trucks is the burdjn they have carried upstate will be ready to functions. Monday the unified or- gets under way as if noth- ing undue had happened. The which are moved up include the treasurer's and Monex The personnel of the sales dspart- ment will bo removed with its equip- ment about three weeks. Production Js to. be started imme- diately on the new Moncx money- changer. The machine will be man- ufactured at the Syracuse plant. The company's announcement of the new product was as C. Smith Corona have entered into a. contract to and service the Monex only mechanical change-maker which can be installed In a cash register drawer. introduction of- this low- more efficient and more com- pact change-maker could not be bet- ter timed. Monex competes in present change-maker restaurants and wherever cash registers one- third to one-half the established Rochester Sugar Ship Overturned in East River Crash New York. April 15 barge A. M. carrying in today was rammed and over- turned in East River by the motor barge III No. 102 at the dock .of the American Sugar Refining at the foot of South Third Brooklyn. The owned by Noah Rice of New York and loaded with sugar consigned to William E. Blser of Rochester was tied up at the dock. Heading into the the HI. owned by the Erie St. Lawrence Corpo- with William Carlos as cap- was caught. by the tide and rammed the Andrews. 200 RED SUSPECTS HELD Lwow. Poland. April 15 persons suspected of being Communists here today in a polled. Jersey Burial for James L. Greenleaf Conn.. April '15 flpLi. Funeral services' for. Jajnes Leal.' 76. nationally land- scape the grounds of Lincoln Memorial af will be held .Monday' at at New Canaan. who died last wag a former presi- dent the National Commission of Pine Arts and. of the American Asso- ciation of Landscape'Architects One Donald L. of- New Canaan. survives. The born at Kortright. N. Y. Burial will be at Somerville. N. J. ALL CARS WASHED 8-Mlnutc. Service Auto Laundry WARREN SI.. ALL CARS TUNE ON MORNING MUSICALS' Prize--Contest April Threatening skies failed to keep customers home today and an especially brisk business was reported ftt the Municipal Market. At left Is a part of the group that surrounded the flower .displavs and at right is a young customer made sure tlut there would be an Easter rabbit at her hdW. AUXO PARTIES HUNT FLIER London. April 15 bile parties in the Sahara Insert today for Capt. N. Lan- famous British ported since he took off from Wednesday In his attempt to lowsr the ..record for a night from London to Cape South Africa. SPRINGSIDE INN WEST OWASCO IAKE WILL OPEN H for the Season EASTERSONDAY A P R I 16 Duck and Steak Daily   

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