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Canandaigua Daily Messenger (Newspaper) - December 20, 1965, Canandaigua, New YorkIn daily messenger Canandaigua new York monday december 20, 1965 Page Iroquois nations Vess court claims in the process of thing up with itself last Fri y As the . Court of claims Ted Ori claims from members the six Iroquois nations in the indians said that their castors not receive a fair ice for parcels of land Pur ased As far Back As 1784. One of the cases under exam Ilion by the court concerned Purchase of More than lion acres of land in Ontario unto by Oliver Phelps and in Harviel Borhani in 1788 for oof and a 5500 annuity from 2 Seneca indians and their Tiawanda band. The court denied Indian rims in five dealings involve More than 10 million acres Western new York and West n Pennsylvania. For further study three other transfers which solved More than four million res were sent Back to the in in claims commission for other study. The commission earlier rejected the Indian in All eight property lans fers. T Orham bands late concert Gorham a Christmas con Lirt will be Given by the Gor Lim Central school concert land and the Junior concert land in the school today at 8 1m. The concert which is to the Public replaces the meeting of the Seneca Gorham Larent teacher association. Ithe program will include Liris Mas numbers marches lid contemporary numbers. Its. Ella Cripps will be piano Jil Oist in one selection and combo lists David smart Dan 1 Rogers John Frankish and Aniel Bardeen will is featured trombone cemetery memorials r. D. Johnson Granite co. Leland h. Fletcher proprietor z17s. Main pm. 3m-03iz in the three cases sent Back to the commission the court ruled that the commission had been in error in that it had failed to recognize that the United states was responsible to make certain that the indians receive d a fair Price for the three land parcels under a Law passed in 1780. In the Case of the property in the area of Ontario county the court ruled that the Federal government was not responsible at that time for the Protection of the indians in sales with private persons. The largest of the five claims decided against the indians involved about eight million acres in the Northwestern part of Pennsylvania which the Indian nations had agreed to sell in 1784 to Pennsylvania for plus Worth of goods a year hence. No Law nor in upholding the rejection of the claim by the Indian claims commission the court said that there was no Law nor treaty requiring the Federal govern ment to protect the nations in their dealings with states or private persons at the time of the transaction. In the same decision the court ruled that an Indian claim concerning acres including what is now Erie pa., ceded to the United states and sold to Pennsylvania in 1789, was unfounded because the indians failed to show actual exclusive and continuous use of occupancy for a sufficient period. Another decision concerned two tracts totalling 50.95 acres which new York obtained by eminent Domain Between 1858 and 1872 at the Seneca Indian Oil Spring reservation in which the indians contended that the Federal government was liable for the value of the land because the Transfer was made without Federal consent As required by a 1790 jaw. The court ruled against the indians on the basis that if fed eral consent was needed the commission said lit was t i had been Given subsequently in a 1927 Law. Woman injured 1 Driver cited. In 2-car crash obituaries Hopewell a Victor woman was injured and one Driver received a summons As the re sult of a two car crash on route 21 saturday at . Vera Ryan 44, of Victor suffered a bump on the head and was taken to Thompson Hospi Tal where she was treated and released. She was a passenger in a car operated by Donald Ryan 37, also of Victor. The Driver was issued a summons for Speed not reasonable and prudent. He is o appear before Justice of the each William Delaney Hope yell at a later Date. Operator of the other car was on Reed jr., 42, of Canandaigua re 4. According to state trooper Lobert l. Hewitt of the Canan tigua substation the Ryan car northbound on route 21 in Hopewell. The Reed vehicle was attempting a left turn into a driveway. Ryan s car was com in Over the Crest of a Hill when Driver saw the Reed car. Yan applied the brakes and kidded into the other car a c ording to the report. The Accident occurred about 00 feet North of county Road 9. W. W. Coe son inc. Bristol Street Canandaigua general insurance since 1868 phone 394-5730 All Parkway Plaza stores Are farm vehicle car collide woman injured Victor mrs. Dana criss 55, of 111 Church St. Victor who was injured in a fam tractor car collision Here Friday night is reported in fair condition today at Thompson Hospital. The crash was on the Victor Egypt Road. Mrs criss Driver of the car suffered right Side and in juries in the Accident. Operator of the tractor a Herbert Kraii of 531 Victor Egypt Road. According to Ontario count deputies Robert Smith and a Morrow the vehicles came to Gether As Kraii was slopped a bus Mailbox. P including j saturday j if night j j k except food stores i i for h your shopping j convenience i i k remember there s always plenty of two Are injured in 1-car crash Naples a Driver and his Hurt when the a they were Riding in left Loute 21, North of tire Village Friday night and hit a tree. Owen j. Curtis 35, of Naples he Driver is reported in Good condition today in Thompson Flo Spital. He had a hip fracture facial lacerations and lost Sev eral Teeth. His passenger James 19, of Naples re 3, is also listed in Good condition today at Strong memorial Hospital Rochester where he was taken with a hip fracture and dislocation of Bones. Ontario county undersheriff Leonard Richmond and deputies Gary Stewart and William Dean investigated. They reported that the southbound car left the Highway at a Point Between Naples and Woodville. Mrs. Floyd Buick mrs. Florence h. Baler 78, of 566 South main St., died sunday in Thompson Hospital where she Hail been a patient for two weeks. She was born in North Java sept. 5, 1887, the daughter of John and Elizabeth Putnam Dewey. Her husband Floyd Baier died Here in 1949. Mrs. Baier was a past Noble grand of Canandaigua Rebekah , and a member of Canandaigua order of Eastern Star. She attended the methodist Church and was a member of its to class and the Community Garden club. She served in the Volunteer corps at the veterans Hospital and recently was awarded a service pin. Survivors Are a daughter mrs Stuart French of Shortsville three sons Lyle f. Of Pittsford Ernest d. Of Orlando fla., and Richard j. Baier of Newark 15 grandchildren and 31 great grandchildren. Friends May Call at the Ken Nedy and son funeral Home from 7 to 9 . Today and from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 . Tuesday. An Oes service will be held tuesday at 8 ., followed by a Rebekah rite at . Fun eral service will be held in the funeral Home wednesday at 2 . The Rev. Harold s. Swales . Will officiate. Burial will be in Woodlawn cemetery. Those who wish May make contributions to the memorial fund of the first methodist Church in her memory. City Obj ices closing All City government offices will be closed . 24 and 31 to give employees a time Day holi Day on Christmas and new years weekends. Mayor t. Ham Ilton Kennedy announced today. If at first Washington up spite his defeat this past year defense Secretary Robert s. Mcnamara is planning to try again in 1966 to convince Congress the army Reserve should be merged into the National guard. The armed services commit tee of the House and Senate have been both the army and the defense depart ment that they still favor the plan Mcnamara put Forth a year. Ago. Messenger calendars distributed Carrier boys and motor route Drivers have begun the annual distribution of calendars to daily messenger subscribers who live in most areas of Ontario county circulation manager William m. Holloway announced today. Since the number of Messen Ger readers is up considerably this Holloway said our distribution of 1966 calendars will set a record for this news in addition to being a useful Calendar for 1966, Holloway also noted that the new calendars Are designed to enable customers to Lise them to record when they have made payments for their subscriptions to the messenger. This year s distribution hol Loway said is being undertaken by the messenger s 10 motor route Drivers and 36 Carrier boys who cover the area which is bounded by Victor Manches Ter Shortsville Clifton Springs Norham Rushville Middlesex Naples h o n e o y e and West Bloomfield. George w. Hijii Botham Victor funeral service or George w. Higinbotham a lifelong resident of Victor was Leld this afternoon at the pres laterian Church. The Rev. John officiated. Burial will re at the convenience of the Amily. Or. Iligin Botham died thursday. His Home was at 143 Maple ave. Or. Iligin Bolham was born March 14, 1893, the son of Wil Iam a. And Anna Hamlin Hig Botham. He succeeded his Ather As president of the for Mer state Bank of Victor. When he Bank merged with the Canandaigua National Bank and Trust co., he became a vice president of the Canandaigua is Littion As Well As chairman of the Board of directors. Survivors Are a daughter mrs. Annuls Zweig of Eugene ore., and a son Paul of Wash Nylon . Two grandchildren a sister mrs. Anne Outterson of Caledonia and several nieces and nephews. Michael Fallon Michael Fallon 94, a retired employee of the new York Cen -. Trial Railroad died saturday at his Home in Chapin. A native of Hopewell or. Fal Lon was born june 4, 1871, uie son of Thomas and Mary Fallon. In 1910, he married the former Agnes Carney in St. Mary s Church Here. They observed their 5th wedding anniversary this year. Besides his wife he is survived by a son Kenneth Fallon of Canandaigua a daughter mrs. John Sankevicus of Rochester Anil six grandchildren. Friends May Call today at the family Home in Chapin where a prayer service will held tuesday at . Followed by requiem mass in St. Mary s Church at 9 . Burial will lie in St. Rose cemetery shorts Ville. The John c. Johnson funeral Home is in charge of arrangements. Woman injured yesterday in Phelps Accident Phelps a Stanley woman was injured in a two car head on collision yesterday at . On Maryland Road Here. The Driver of one of the cars was issued a summons by the Ontario. County sheriff s department. Mary Blankenberg 24, of Stanley re 2, one of the Drivers is reported in satisfactory condition today at Clifton Springs Hospital. She had lacerations of the lip and nose and a sprained right ankle plus abrasions of both Knees As a result of the crash. The other Driver Thomas Tarca 28, of Phelps had no in juries according to the Ontario county sheriff s report but he said he would see his own physician. Tarca was issued a summons for driving to the left Center of the Road by sheriff s Deputy Woodrow Fuller. Tarca will appear before Justice of the peace Paul Rockefeller Phelps. The Deputy s report said the Tarca car was going South on the Maryland Road and the Blankenberg vehicle was headed North on the same Road. Tarca s car came up Over a Knoll in the Road and the two cars struck head on. Flowers greens w i i at Yoiiro Friendly family Parkway Shortsville Man Hurt in crash failure to negotiate a curve arid collision with the Center mall where Lakeshore drive enters s. Main St., resulted in minor injuries to a 24-year-old Shortsville Man yesterday at . According to patrolmen John Rossolo and Richard Beswick who investigated a car opera Ted by William a. Schuppenhauer of 26 w. Main St., in shorts Ville failed to make the curve onto South main St. As it was travelling West on Lakeshore or. The car crossed to the wrong Side of the Center mall struck the mall on the West Side jumped it and ended up the right Side of the Road the policemen said. The patrolmen said that Schuppenhauer received a Small Cut on the right Side of his fore head. Firemen from the Erlna Hose co. Were called to the scene to flush gasoline from the Street. City officials a will meet on cooperation City officials plan to meet in the near future with a Hospi Tal administrators to see what can be done about reported Lack of cooperation Between the Hospital and the City police department. A complaint about poor co operation was lodged saturday by patrolman Richard Morey during a meeting called by May or t. Hamilton Kennedy with City employees. When mayor Kennedy asked if any employees had any problems hey wished to express officer Morey commented Many of us feel there could be better co operation on the part of the a Hospital in the handling of some patients who become problems in the although the patrolman not elaborate at the time it has been reported that policemen of in complain that they Are Cal de upon to take into custody patients who have had too much to drink. The complaint is that the hos Pital fails to cooperate in return ing the patients to the Hospital and also that some of the same patients Are causing problems for the police time after time. Mayor Kennedy promised that City officials would meet with Hospital spokesmen in the near future to see what can be done about this or. J. W. Weltman Hospital director told the messenger to Day we Are looking Forward to the meeting. I seriously doubt there has been any Lack of co operation on our part but we will be Happy to talk with May or Kennedy to see if we can set the any problems that May sex 2 women Hurt 1 arrested in saturday crash Seneca a two car crash at the intersection of county roads 245 and 5 Here saturday at . Caused injury to two women and the arrest of one of the Drivers. Marie Mcdonald 69, of Penn Van re 2, had multiple Contu Sions of the legs. She was a Senger in a car operated by Sharon l. Mcdonald 16, of North Chili. Also Hurt was Laura string Ham 25, of Naples re 3, who had contusions of the spine am a concussion. She was a Passen Ger in the other car operate by Charles Stringham 24, same address. The injured women were taken to soldiers and sailors Hospital Penn Van where they were treated and released. Sharon l. Mcdonald sued a summons for failing t yield the right of Way. She i to appear before Justice of the peace Rodney Lightfoote sen Eca at a later Date. Just browsing at wrong hour Boston up Nashua n.h., Man who told police h was Christmas shopping for fur coat was due in Muni Cipi court today on a charge breaking and entering. Police arrested the Man Earl sunday morning on the fir escape outside a third Floo window of i. J. Fox .co., downtown furrier. Poinsettias potted plants Flowers corsages Floral arrangements of All kinds roping garlands Flowers wired anywhere Atkinson Flowers Canandaigua greenhouses 246 Gibson St. Canandaigua Cuddeback co. Factory store special Christmas Sale women s roles and dusters sizes 8 to 20 Cotton dusters Gold hostess Robes quilt and floor length aprons cobblers to Send gifts made in Canandaigua open daily 8 . To . Saturday till till Christmas. 47 Salton tall old red Brick schoolhouse the cheese room Busch s store e. Lake Road gift assortments of cheese pickup or have shipped. Ity s employees Are added by Kennedy mayor t. Hamilton Kennedy raised City employees for what e termed their excellent rec re of accomplishment in 1965. E told them they could expect another Busy year in 1966. " the mayor spoke to nearly Allty employees at a meeting sat Day morning at the elks club was the first time he had met ill All employees in the same meeting. In past years during is tenure As mayor Kennedy As talked to. Each department separately. Lie commented we have and a Good press this year and ils has been due to the work All you have done not just the efforts of a few officials in City he praised the department of Public works for ils work Iron ghost the City and lauded police department for its excellent mayor Kennedy recalled that e had asked policeman a year to to make a special Effort to resent a Good appearance and o. Work hard to earn the respect f the people especially teenagers. I think you men have done ust that. I feel the attitude of Young toward Law enforce ment officers in Canandaigua As improved because of your he said. The mayor also reported that he Board of health and Public safety has recommended to the common Council s finance com Mittee that paid firemen and policemen be Given a two per cent aise in 1906. No raise for those depart ments was included in the pre Minary budget for i9gg. Dpi a ploys Are slated for a six cents per hour raise. Members of the fire depart ment paid employees met on . 10 in a closed session with h Board of health and Public safety and reported pressed for. Pay increase. Although the mayor a so saturday the Board s re commendation for a two per ent hike for firemen and to Cemen apparently is at Leasi arli ally a result of that . 10 meeting. H0 pointed out that the budget Ommittee has recommended City 100 per cent of insurance premiums for All City a ploys rather than 40 per ent As in 1965. This action re Wrt edly will result in a savings Vcra Ging about per fam y for employees. 63 Oldsmobile f-85 station Wagon automatic Power steering 12 month warranty open evenings Canandaigua motors inc. Chrysler Plymouth 236 so. Main Street game ending shot St. Louis to. Up prep basketball game Between Fallon tech and Vashon High Vas cancelled saturday night Fler o Fallon s Don Cooksey raped High to Dunk the Ball during pre game Warmup and came Down with the Basket. site fit or color when you scheme theatres gift books s5.00 value for Only 9a 00 s2.75 value for Only now last 2 Days 007 is Back again Sean Connery More dangerously Ilive than plus spine tingling co hit hysteria one Complete show pre Christmas Sale Reg. Now women s 8.50 6.93 women s s16.00 women s Plain Wool Coats women s 6.93 5.95 women s 6.95 s 5.95 other sweaters up Hartley s mfg. Outlet 156 s. Main St. Canandaigua to and to All a healthy new year 174 176 s. Main pm. 394-0250 Canan Algoa

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