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Canandaigua Daily Messenger (Newspaper) - December 23, 1963, Canandaigua, New YorkThe daily Canan Dogua new York monday december 23, 1983 John Gartland 104, retired City businessman John Gartland John Gartland of 24 Groin Terrace who was 101 years of age ocl. 24, died saturday night in the Canandaigua Ileal la Home where lie had been a patient for several months. Or. Garlland was the oldest Resi Dent of this cily and was believed to have been the oldest Democrat in new York slate. He was born in who family Home on Parrish St., Canandaigua ocl. The son of John and Ann Mccarthy Garl land. He had spent his entire Lif in Canandaigua except for 14 months in 1370-71 when he with his in Kansas. He Al tended St. Mary s school on Saltonstall Street but when he was 10 Yean of age Well to work on a nearby farm where he remained for two months. He Learned the meat a local Market and continued in who business until he sold his Market on main Street in 1922. He was a charter member of Canandaigua Council knights of Columbus and its. Fourth degree Assembly a member of the or Der of the Alhani Bra of Roches Ter member of the Erina Hose company a Mem Ber of St. Mary s Church and its holy name society. He served i Church usher until his 100th birthday anniversary. He was a staunch h Democrat and voted in All presidential elections since hts birthday but was unable to. Vote last a due to ill health. His. Wife Anna j. Shiehan died in 1947. He is survived by six Daugh ters mrs. Anton Anderson of St. Petersburg Fla., mrs. Stephen v. Leathern of Rochester mrs. Joseph Purcell mrs. M. Donald Concannon and miss Mary Gart land of Canandaigua and mrs. Hay d. Piper of Phoenix . A son James t. Gartland of Quincy mass. Eight grandchildren and 12 great grandchildren. Friends May Call at the fam ily Home today. The members of the holy name society Erina Hose company and knights of Columbus will Recile the Rosary at the family Home tonight at 8. A prayer service tuesday at . Will be followed by requiem mass in St. Mary s Church at 9 . Burial will be in Calvary cemetery. Burglary continued from Page 1 to remove the Safe from tire of fice Lilicy carefully put the cab incl Back in place. Clarence Haag remarked this morning at least i m Happy they did t damage any of our pcs or equipment. They apparently were interested Only in jetting officers said the burglars apparently had not taken any of the hundreds of cases of Beer which was locked in the Ware Louse. They said they noted some footprints in the Snow outside the building and were checking to see if some of Ili Csc prints Ould have been left by the burglars. The Case Are Cutri special investigator orc h. Gangster and patrolmen John h. Kurzejeski and William s. Malotte. Listen to morning Devotion s Dally . Lallon 1vcgr mon., wed. Anil Fri. Sacred heart program tues., thurs. And Sal. Led this week by Rev. Robert knt Ger Paster Lul Hcrman Church this and conf cry of f. H. Mcelwee Sou 151 s. Main cd a. Burglary Kap nets 6 months Richard c. Rellis sr., 32, of Canandaigua was sentenced to six months in county jail and was Given five years probation in county court Friday for hav ing commuted Bird degree burglary when he entered Arrowhead lanes Bowling Alley last october. Bellis had pleaded guilty to the charge and admitted faking about s65 from Hie i Bowling Al Ley. He was arrested by City police shortly after the crime had been reported. In other court action Friday Donald j. Hall 22, of Clifton Springs was placed on Proba Tion for three years. He bad pleaded guilty to Petit larceny a charge arising from his Al in cd theft of tobacco and ice Cream from a service station last of Lowr. Robert n. Norse 13, of Rush Vilic received one year Proba Tion after pleading guilty to a charge of assault third degree. He told judge Carrollton a. Rob erts that he plans to Coli so in the military service and was told his probation terms would be adjusted if he did so. Us messenger want ads Capone has whig chickens dressed ready for the oven 6 to 8 ibs. Clair dryer Cooley Ltd. Pm. Cd a. 3m-5787 for local delivery truck overturns a truck driven by George w. Colealer of Canandaigua skid ded on Snow and ice on route 96 two Miles North of exit 45 of the thruway yesterday and Over turned. The Driver was not injured according to sheriff s Dep Utica Alfred Mathias and Elwood cos. The overturned truck partially blocked traffic on route 96 and the deputies were at the scene of file Accident for nearly seven hours they reported. The Acci Dent took place at . Yesterday. The tractor trailer outfit is owned by non Alk truck lines of Elmira. In an Accident investigated by slate troopers Richard l. Mili Ocllo 18, of 22 Maple ave., Vic Tor and Rodney a. Clark 24, of Rushville were Drivers of cars involved in an Accident in Man client or Early yesterday. According to troopers . Clark was driving Easterly about a Quarter mile West of Silver Street when his vehicle collided will one driven by Militello As the latter was about to turn into a driveway. The Accident occurred at . Fire damages Geneva hotel file caused considerable damage to a two Story House at . Yesterday on Wool House Road Canandaigua. According to sheriff s Deputy Robert Smith Cheshire firemen wore called to the scene of the Laze which apparently had been caused by faulty wiring. The Home was unoccupied bit was owned by or. And mrs. Roger Dag Gilt Wax live in a Railor Home next to the House. Tire fire apparently caused considerable damage to the in error of the House and some urn Ilure stored inside was it was believed that the fire originated near an electric out let in the building. 5 delegates visit Albany four members of the Canan 1 a i g u a Myca accompanied John Kaminski executive direct 01 of hey to the new York stale his youth and govern Nunt Assembly in Albany recently. They were James Fletcher of Cheshire Road Kilty Flynn of 0 Gibson St., Ken Mccarthy of 05 Park ave., and Donna Tay or of West Lake Road. The Assembly which is con dulled annually by the Myca s a Ihrcke Day duplication of the Noc esses of new York state Chis Laluc. The Young people til elected delegates of their local his clubs learn by doing s they serve on committees Hen discuss Amend and finally on n series of Bills on the Loor of the Senate and the As ice Blyn the state capital. Extra hour permits extra hour permits to sell Liq Lor on new years morning will issued by the Ontario county beverage co n t r o 1 Board according to Harold bad Ger executive officer. Permits will be issued of. On premises licenses allowing them o remain open until 3 . On an. 1, 1361, Badger reported. Hsy tie of this joyous season be May your holidays be Bright with Happi Ness and health. This is our fondest Yule tide wish of you. We can help make it come Trua through our prescription service and Complete stocks of health saving health re storing drugs and remedies. 17-1 -176 s. Main pm. 394-02m Canandaigua. N. Y. Continued from Page 1 Lif coals or plunge into the sea. The passengers left South Hampton last thursday for a cruise to Madeira Teneriffe 5nd the Canary islands in the Atlantic off Northwest Africa. Then shortly before Midnight Jame the first ominous wireless message telling of fire aboard. It was followed Early this mom no by this final anguished Mes age sos from Lakonia. Last Ime. I cannot stay any More in he wireless Cabin. We Are Leav no the ship. Please help in in London worried relatives and friends flooded the offices of ormos shipping co. Ltd. With phone Calls. R. J. Atkins the company s passenger director said the liner was fully equipped with lifeboats and oth Page three adv set Yvon shorn . On army quarters on South main Street he past few Learow it 1 " Lany Loys Given Chase Oil nmn s. Higinbothan and mrs. Russell t. Mcconnell. I incl to Nur season ill Balalio Campaign during the Christmas rescues continuing near flaming ship Board considers routine Agenda Gorham routine business was on the Agenda for the Gor Lam school Board of education ast week at a meeting conducted by Lloyd Herbert Board president. The resignation of mrs. Den Nis Mcnamara school librarian o become effective july 1, was accepted. Mrs. Albert Curtis elementary teacher was granted a leave of absence beginning april 1. David Maslyn High school English teacher was ranked an increment in salary or completion of advanced study. The Board instructed tape head custodian to obtain estimated costs for the Purchase and installation of Mercury vapor lights and poles at Bolh the Norham and Stanley buildings. Fire damages vacant House Geneva n. Y. A the 100-room hotel Seneca damaged by fire saturday night remained closed Loday. The fire broke out in a parti lion Between two unoccupied rooms on the fifth floor proprietor Myron Rosen said Sun Day. No injuries were reported. Uksts were housed in other Mlls and motels in the area after leaving the hotel. Smoke and water damaged rooms on the lower floors. The cause of the fire was not determined. Dear old dad wins out 1lion, n. Y. A five girls in the senior class at lion High school chose older their fathers for escorts to he senior Ball Friday night. We just decided that our dads were the Best men in our lives after said Janet Woldin daughter of police chief Taurice Goldin. 60 Plymouth Sedan like new one local owner Only open evenings Canandaigua motors inc. Chr Der. Plymouth valiant 236 so. Main Street or equipment and everything was in working the Captain Malio Zarbis an experienced greek Seaman was said to have arranged a goal Drill for the passengers before Hie Laloniu left Southampton and there Lead been others since she sailed. The passenger list named four americans p. Pilcer of Margate Ringlund or. And mrs. I. Buchanan of Cowling England and miss e. Driscoll of St. Leonard s England. Agents said these addresses probably referred to he places w Here they signed up for the cruise. The sea was Calm when the order came to abandon ship. A few passengers were in their night clothes. But most had been walking the decks or danc ing. Roman Catholic and Church of England clergymen aboard had made arrangements to hold special Christmas services. A . Air Force cd left the azores carrying 20-Man rails and supplies of food and water. A Royal air Force plane left Gibraltar Al Daybreak. First ship on he scene was the ton Montcalm. She messaged Lakonia now exploding and fire spreading rapidly to All parts of the the Lakonia owned by the general steamship com. Lid. Of Greece was formerly the dutch liner Johnn Oldenbern Evolt. Slie was built in Amsterdam in 1930 and was refilled Early this year. Tie liner s passenger capacity was More than persons with Rescue facilities for Aboul passengers in 24 lifeboats of different sizes a line spokes Man said. Honeoye youth joins air Force James a. While 17, son of or. And mrs. Truman a. White Honeoye has enlisted in the United states air Force for a 4-year period of Active duty. He was processed for enlistment by a sgt. Marvin p. Ressico local Usan recruiting service rep Csc Lalive 152 Castle Street Geneva. Jim at ended Honeoye Cen iral Sci Sjol and was employed by Colt Hoag plumbing and heating of Honeoye prior to in listing. He departed from Hancock Field Syracuse for the Over night flight to Lackland air Force base san Antonio Tex As where he is presently taking Basic training. From the staff of Canandaigua inn thank you for your past patronage it will be our pleasure o continue serving you for the coming year. Enjoy our mealtime features dinner special baked Ham full course Rinfret lunch sunday Brunch Sloo make your meeting banquet reservations Al Canandaigua inn phone 391-1353 Freddie George at the piano tues. Thurs. Sat 9-Closc College reps visit Academy reprise natives of 20 col Leges and three business schools have visited the Academy this year or Are scheduled to do so in the near future according to John r. Smingler principal Al die Academy. These representatives usually assistant director of admissions or admissions Counselor Are interested in having Academy students attend their schools. They make their visits for Llic purpose of talking to Academy Counselor and interviewing juniors and seniors who Are interested i their institutions. Many of the visitors represent various stale University units but of hrs come from private colleges in new York slate and some from colleges in nearby Stales. The list is As follows state University colleges Al , Brockport Geneseo new paltz Potsdam state University Buffalo Campus Harpur College of the slate University stale University Agri cultural technical institutes St Alfred and Morrisville a Rcd University and the stale University College of ceramics Ilma College Alma Michigan Grove City College Grove cily Pennsylvania is. Bonaventure College Bryant College provi Dence . Ithaca College Al mini College Clarkson College of technology St. Lawrence University rider College. Tren ton . Kalamazoo Mich College Bryant and a Ralton business list of Buffalo Cen trial City business inst. Of syr recuse and Rochester business Institute. Ends her mourning Palm Beach Fla. A mrs. John f. Kennedy wore a White dress Sut iday As the offi Cial mourning period for her husband ended. It was the first time she bad appeared in Public in anything but Black for 30 Days. Mrs. Kennedy and her sister Princess Lee Radziwill made a Brief visit to the Home of for Mer ambassador Joseph p. Ken Nedy Tho late president s father. To one n t or a. And a and pro pfc Rifi arid son x general i surant phone 394-5730 44 Bristol Street Canandaigua n. Y. Open Friday Nite until 9 . Representing Ilar Lford fire insurance company member Hartford insurance group Ilar Lford 15, Conn. Clifton Springs the million expansion program of the Clifton Springs Hospital and clinic got off in a Good Start Friday when departmental Hospital employees pledge More than half of goal obituary mrs William krauts Shortsville funeral sen ice for mrs. William Kranz 64, of 50 Booth St., was held this afternoon in Tho Schaefer and hassled funeral Home in Shortsville the Rev. Albert Kami chaplain of the Clifton Springs Hospital officiating. Burial will be at the convenience of the family. Mrs. Krantz died Friday in the Clifton Springs Hospital. She had been ill for two months. A native of Phelps who was born feb. 21, 1899, the daughter if Howard and Esther Day will -311. She had lived in sir Ornsville for 38 years. She was a member of Royal chapter order of Eastern Star at Phelps and a 25 year member of the Shortsville american leg Ion auxiliary. She is survived by her Hus band William Krantz a Daugh Ter mrs. Kenneth Esther Dix in of Buffalo two grandchildren and two Brothers Norman Willson of Phelps and Harold Wilson of Clifton Springs. Milton Jurrell Milton Jarrell 66, of Balti More md., died unexpectedly dec. 11, 1963 following a heart attack. He was 66 years old. Or. Jarrell was the husband of the former Doris Biden our of Canandaigua whom he married aug. 3, 1925, and frequently vis i cd in his City. He was assist ant Bridge Engineer with the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad and Laler was employed by the slate Highway department in Maryland. Besides his wife he is sur Vived by a son Robert of Rich mond va., and a daughter mrs. Bruce Gene Trumbull of Baltimore md., and Iwa grand daughters. George it Clark funeral serv ices were held saturday in new Burgh for George w. Clark a native of Canandaigua who died dec. 19 at his Home. Born oct. 7, 1880, he was the son of the late George and Margaret Mcc Ough Clark of Canandaigua. He had lived in Newburgh for More than 60 years and had operated a drug store for 40 years retiring 16 years ago. He was a member of the methodist Church and the elks Lodge. He is survived by a sister mrs. Hazel Mcknight of new Burgh and a Niece mrs. Benja min Joy of Canandaigua. Interment was in Woodlawn cemetery Newburgh. Chairmen reported that Mora half of the goal set Tor Hospital employees had been pledged. Eight of the 14 departments Lave already reported Complete employee participation Accord no to George w. Culleny Cam sign director. These included physiotherapy pharmacy a Ray ind clinic Laboratory medical secretaries laundry and dental. Employees signed pledges of rom one to five years duration. Departmental drive chairmen Marion Thompson and Mil ired Peake business office and Elep Honc operators Michael Loffman physiotherapy Irving inboard pharmacy the Rev. Albert Kamm Chapel Marian Bald record room and dental office Eula Williamson medi. Al secretaries Vincent passo Lente Kitchen James Richard. Ion a Ray and clinic Mildred a Serbyn Wood Bury diet a Mildred Lawrence and Hael Gulick laundry Helen Hoff Man Laboratory Calisla whoa Don and Constance Yannuzzi Lousy keep no and Anthony Hylaszek and Carl Miller Nain finance. Co chairmen of to nursing department Are Elsie Parker Florence Rodwell Mary i talc Nettie cil Nigan Jose a Billings Frances Rooker. Wan a in Nisi Louise Thompson. Ilia Martin Helen Lindner Ami Lary Alice Lannon. The doctors phase of the Soli citation will open after Christ Mas and continue to mid Janu iry. Their goal has not As yet been set according to Culleney. The fund drive was formally announced Friday by Maurice a. Rowley member of the hos Lital s Board of trustees. The to spinal must raise 8500.000 of he 52.6 million needed for the Section of a six Story 125-room building and the modernization if the present Woodbury Struc ure. The Hospital has applied or million under Tho accelerated Public works act. Another 5800.000 is expected to be through Bank Loans and foundation Grants. Diamonds from s75.00 w a t c h e s Witt Napier Eterna Matic Elgin Hamilton 3 year guarantee watch bands spied i Kriesler. Stone rings Lightens Ronson ii to Kriesler bars cuff links g religions goods s Ujj electric razors t g Parker pens 5 transistor radios from 89.95 1 appliances i Irons Toast cars can j openers Coffee makers i Large selection of costume Iii cry Large Sele Cllon of pc Gold filled Jive try Dewey s f jewelry s next to Star mkt. 75 s. Main cd a. R. D. Johnson Granite co. Chin glory or forints 217 s. Main pm. 394-0382 391 5058 Canandaigua n. A. Advertisement some thoughts on Christmas the biggest build up of the ear emotionally commercially and in a religious sense always precedes the Holiday we re just getting into a week when we can All take it easy and rest on Pic oars a Little. This f lowering of Goodwill and Engelhardt happiness and Charity has an effect on All of us and acts As a Pep rally for those ideas that make life Ivory White after All. No mat Ter How Many worries we have they set shelved for awhile while we become a Little More tinman. If proof was needed that Christmas fills a deep human need Ihen observe Hal the holi Day and the thought and spirit associated with it has prevailed for almost two thousand years. That s two thousand times when kindness took a new lease on life. It s been said before but a re Issue always helps a Little less Money spent on expensive gifts and a Little More Lime on trying to do something Christian would help us All. Every minister has some names of people who could use a Little cheer right now. We re grateful if you be found these articles of ours informative. Hope the commercials have been accepted As Well As the other information As our honest thoughts which they Are. Tile streets and highways Are filled this week with the cars of and party goers some of whom have been Cele Brating. The Accident framed ii that happen Al Christmas an always the most tragic of this year. Don t let one happen to you. And incidentally merry Christmas. President motors inc. Dial 391 it 236 so. Main St. Canandaigua

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