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Canandaigua Daily Messenger (Newspaper) - February 8, 1930, Canandaigua, New York City edition thin paper la a member of the associated press established in 1797. Vol. 133. No. 33. s -�?~w0ip a Wenger weather forecast Snow flurries and colder Tori i Chat sunday Cloudy followed by Light Snow and rising temperature on Tario u county people 7 single copy 3 cents the oldest newspaper West of the Hudson rive City desires even break with Geneva vision of Bullet Ridden body of Sullivan gapes mockingly at rioters six Gray Clad youths rally Here tonight dinner old Auburn until recess Over boy scouts anniversary three wounds May decide their Fate or. Raymond f. Johnson surgeon will continue his Story monday by staff correspondent Auburn feb. 8�?Bullet holes in the body of Henry Sullivan a fellow convict exhumed from a grave in a Buffalo cemetery Rose today to gape mockingly at six Gray Clad youths in solitary confinement in Auburn prison charged with his murder. The significance of those three wounds from the standpoint of the prosecution was expounded late Friday afternoon by the final and Star state witness or. Raymond f. Johnson surgeon who examined the body the Day after the riot and again on january to after its exhumation. When court in recess today until monday morning is reconvened he will be recalled for a Short redirect examination and for Cross examination by defense lawyers intent upon tearing to pieces his testimony. Gives opinion or. Johnson briefly expressed the opinion that a with reasonable certainty it was apparent that Sullivan died from a jacketed Bullet which entered his head from the rear and passed out beneath his left Eye severing the artery which carries blood to the brain and tearing the previous witnesses had testified that Sullivan was brought out of the guard room after a convict Volley with a gaping wound in the head. Or. Johnson declared likewise that in his View two other bullets fired into Sullivan a body did not enter the lung cavity and could not possibly have proved fatal except by possible subsequent infection of which he found no Trace he testified that he examined Sullivan a lungs and heart finding absolutely no injury or witnesses had testified that two shots were fired into the by staff correspondent Phelps feb. 8 a marking the anniversary of the organization of the boy scout movement in the United states the boy scout association of Phelps will entertain at a banquet at the Phelps hotel tuesday night at which time or. A. W. Armstrong of Canandaigua will be among the speakers. This gala dinner will be arranged by a committee composed of l. S. Partridge f. M. Taney and r. W. Petty. Covers will be Laid for too guests the dinner to be served at 6.30 of clock. Speakers for the occasion will be or. Armstrong or. A. D. Heist and Robert Forward the latter being Ontario county executive. Officers of the local association which has a substantial member ship Are j. L. Salisbury president l. S. Partridge Secretary and John Page treasurer. Richard Rathbun a scoutmaster of the Phelps coun stand of Italy and France is cause of alarm statements of Macdonald and Stimson setting Forth views held basis of rift Dino Grandi says nation is pleased crowly makes annual report to Council on finances of City at close of year 1929 is cil. Purpose of the banquet is to i promote the interests of the scout movement in Phelps and increase the membership of the local unit. Continued on Page 3 expect French Premier to announce aspirations of his country by associated press London feb. 8 a naval conference circles today viewed with some concern the attitude of France and Italy toward the statements of Secretary Stimson and Premier Macdonald setting Forth British and american views on naval limitation a views which Are strikingly near agreement. It was open to question in general opinion whether the two statements of National Aims advanced the procedure toward merging of the naval needs of the five Powers into a compact satisfactory agreement or endangered final adjudication of differences with Tho two Mediterranean Powers. Play program will be varied Foster avers special features to break Between act periods in comedy by City teachers Warbler will give evidence of skill miss Mary Waddell noted for ability in this line of Talent of 1,075 seats in the new Canandaigua Academy auditorium 334 will he reserved for the faculty play a the whole towns Pilot rescues Trio marooned on trading ship. Next thursday evening it was an Italy through Danno grand for Quot it it to Liz blast in mine at a. Town is fatal to Trio three members of Rescue party searching for bodies in Utah meet death by associated press Pottsville pa., feb. 8 a three miners Are dead today victims of an explosion said to have been caused by the ignition of a pocket of Gas at the mines of the Lincoln collieries near Here. The collieries belong to the Philadelphia and Reading Coal and Iron company. The dead were Levi Kreiser of dog licenses due monday or face penalty failure to get certificates will result in Legal action and summons to City court eign minister and delegation Hea i diplomatically expressed satisfaction with the British and american pronouncements on the ground that they hastened the conference work by getting Down to figures. French taciturn the French however were extremely taciturn. Andre Tardieu French Premier leaving for Paris for the weekend was reported to have been greatly displeased with the contents of the two announcements and the methods displayed in making them. The japanese officially had nothing to say. Yeijiro Wakatsuki former japanese Premier and Dele gation head said informally that he was a neither astonished nor he said also that Japan had no intention at present of is suing a statement As she had Noth ing to add to her views which previously had been expressed publicly. Green Plant Daniel Lehman of Pine Grove and Charles Frantz of Mowry. Three others were burned body Quot after it no from the guard room and after the head wound had been discovered. Or. Johnson expressed the View that the two body shots were featured by the absence of he Moi rage which occurs in a live body. Produces bullets the surgeon produced the two ballets which he said he located in the breast Bone and the right shoulder Blade. They were Lead bullets while the one through the head and which was not recovered As it passed entirely through was described As jacketed for the exit Hole was the same size As the entry Hole. A half Teacup of clotted blood was found in the Skull cavity and clots on the surface of the brain. The spinal fluid was also blood tinged said the doctor who even before America entered the world War served with the British at the front in France As surgeon for wounded soldiers. Continued on Page 3 m. Lehman a Nephew of Daniel is in a critical condition. The blast which occurred late yesterday did but Little damage to the Workings. According to company officials the explosion was local in character. Killed in Cave in Salt Lake City feb. 8 map a three members of a Rescue party were killed by a Cave in in the Standard Coal company mine at Standardville late last nigh a reports to f. A. Sweat president of the company said today. The men were searching for the bodies of three men still in the mine following the explosion thursday which took 20 lives. Members of the Rescue who w Ere killed John r. Lowman Walter Henderson and Clarence a. Smith. Family Valentines 5c to 25c for every member of your family. Corner Book store. Advt How when t o withdraw from Haiti is problem by associated press Washington feb. 8 a the problem of when and How the United states will withdraw from Che Island Republic of Haiti was Laid today squarely in the hands of a commission selected by president Hoover. The group will leave late this month for Haiti to formulate Che future policy of this country with that Republic will be headed by w. Cameron Forbes of Massachusetts a former governor general of the Hill Pines. Another member of he commission who has wide experience in latin american affairs is Henry p. Fletcher of Pennsylvania former ambassador to Rome. The other members Are Elie Vez Ina of Rhode Island a student of haitian affairs James Kerney editor of the Trenton new Jersey times and William Allen White editor of the Emporia Kansas Gazette. In choosing the commission members president monday will be the last a Day of Grace for dog owners in the City of Canandaigua to secure 1930 licenses for their pets. After that Date City clerk Guy m. Raines will be required by Law co turn a list of delinquents Over to the City court from which summons will be issued to Che citizens who have neither taken out the licenses nor filed an affidavit to the effect that their dog has been disposed of or is dead. Clerk rainess office in i by Hall is open this afternoon until 5 of clock for the convenience of those who Are unable to Purchase their dog licenses during the weekly office hours. This week he sent out cards notifying bog owners of the penalty attached to non compliance with the Law requiring canine permits. Those who wait until they receive a court summons will not Only have to for the License but also stand the expense of the summons a ten Dollar Fine summons fee and License expense Are charged to those who after receiving the sum Mons still do not report to the City Hall. Of robber strangles aged woman who attempts to save her jewels by associated press Belleville n. J., feb. 8 a an attempt to save her jewels from robbers was believed by police today to have caused the strangling to death of 63-year old mrs. Harriet Conley. The aged woman was found in the foyer of her Home a deep wound in the Back of her head and a Towel twisted tightly about her neck. Police said jewels valued at More than $1,000 were missing. Her body was fully clothed even to hat and coat. Scattered about were a number of parcels her arms were outstretched towards a Telephone. Of Tardieu May talk Rondon feb. 8 map a Andre Tardieu French Premier was reported generally today in naval conference circles to be considering making a statement in which French needs and aspirations would be expressed. It would compare with the statements of Secretary Stimson and Premier Macdonald of the past two Days. Of arrest Geneva pair after indictments changed at the Corner Book store monday morning beginning at 9 of clock and that afternoon until time for the play at the Union school according to superintendent of schools Frank e. Fisk business manager for the production which is being staged under auspices of the Canandaigua teachers association. There Are to be a number of special features Between the acts according to Howard l. Foster Public speaking and dramatics instructor at the Academy who is directing rehearsals for the play. T hese will include the appearance of miss Mary Waddell history instructor at the Academy and a Warbler of great ability who has not been heard in this City for some time. Miss Waddell is one of the few artists in this particular Field in the world and her rare Talent has thrilled Large this Section. She has appeared in Many Semi professional entertainments and professionally in the lyceum Heaters of Ithaca and Rochester. And also Rochester convention Hall. Another feature of the evening will by selections by the full High school orchestra under direction of John w. Cummings instrumental music instructor in the schools the orchestra to play a program of specially prepared music before the curtain and Between the acts. T he occasion will also Mark the first use of the new baby grand Pian it it which is part of the equipment of the new auditorium. Paul Seegott 32, and John salons 31, both of Geneva Are awaiting trial at the Ontario county jail on charges of grand larceny. Both were arrested on Bench warrants issued by District attorney a Chan d. Lapham who charges them with receiving stolen goods. Of Why a Man of 40 have a paunch he is old enough to prisoner escapes Miami fla., feb. 8 a . A Dwight l. Morey sentenced to serve one year and a Day in the Federal Penitentiary in Atlanta escaped near Jacksonville yesterday while being taken to the prison according to information received Here today by w. F. Fox Deputy United states marshal. $1,531 total turned Over to him by City judge As Revenue from years fines receipts totalling $233,226.32 were paid into the City treasurers office during the year 1929, according to the annual report made by William m. Crowly before common Council at a meeting last night in City Hall. In the annual report of the Canandaigua water department also presented by treasurer crowly the total receipts Are said to amount to $38,324.22. Treasurer crowly a statements of the accounts of the City show a Bank balance on january i 1929, of $377.41. Among the receipts Are general tax 1929, $171,877.22 sprinkling tax 1928, $4,523.97 improvement tax Adelaide Avenue and Tel Yea Street $199.84 sewer tax North main Street $54.12 sewer tax South main Street $572.49 from police department $111.30 from City clerk Guy m. Raines for certified copies of birth marriage and death licenses $39 from the City clerk for Hunting and fishing licenses both resident and non resident and Deer Hunting licenses $173.25. For marriage licenses during the year $68 was received from the City clerk and for dog licenses $144.25. Cites fines collected fines collected in City court to tales $1,531 and fees aggregated l $219.89. The state income tax con Tii buted $14,439.18 the Board of education for playgrounds and swimming school $300, interest on the Thompson endowment fund $900.36 and current loan $14,551.85. Expenditures included As itemized in the report contingent fund $23,789.82 Highway fund $37,-529.67 police fund $20,607.23 fire fund $14,955.12 sewer fund $7,-111.38 Public health fund $2,-478.23 lighting fund $14,794.29 Public debt fund $13,943.95 cemetery fund $1,613.53 sprinkling fund 1928, $2,119.33 county treasurer county and state tax $79,-190.69 employees retirement fund $1,838.44 current loan $13,061.85 Cash in Bank january i 1930, $202.79. This also totals $233,-226.32. Reports on water group report of the water department noted that Cash in Bank january i 1929, amounted to $449.21 and Cash on hand at that time we As $75. The income was received from water rents Sale of meters repairing meters digging leaks Flushing sewers tapping Mains turning water on and off testing meters and opening hydrants Lake Street Extension labor and material Money Advance West Avenue improvement project penalties on water rents temporary loan from general payment of temporary loan to general or a grand total of $38,-24.22. Among the expenditures Are Sal will ask state for 5 solons if it requests 7 neighbouring towns Council takes vote to introduce Bill for increased representation local aldermen see need for Equality Board spreads tax Roll at meeting objects to a phone rates Marion Swenson North Cape Siberia feb. 8�? apr via Point Barrow Alaska by radio and Cable a Captain Reid who took off from Here yesterday with miss Marion Swenson Seattle High school girl her father Olaf Swenson and Captain Mil Vzorov As passengers landed at Teller Alaska today after a flight of about four hours miss Swenson radioed from Teller. They took off from North Cape at to a. M. Grand jury holds Man on abduction Taft resting Washington feb. 8 a attendants at the Home of Wiliam Hoover made Howard Taft said today he had it known that he desired co name spent another a very restful a representative from the House it or. Taft it w As said slept Well and one from the Senate but had and was in Gool spirits this morn not made such a Choice Asye a. Ing. Nineteen cases were investigated by a grand jury in supreme court Here which late yesterday afternoon reported two Onen indictments 13 sealed and three no Bills the other Case that of Edward Sowards farmhand charged with first degree murder having been reported earlier in the week. Justice Marsh n. Taylor presiding Over the february term received the report from Hasson l. Snyder Foreman of the jury after we hich he excused the Bony with the thanks of the court. The open indictments charged Percy Hartel 23, of Manchester with abduction and John Whiteman Pennsylvania with burglary third degree and Petit larceny. These with the sealed indictments will go Over to the March term of county court for disposition on a motion made by District attorney Nathan d. Lapham. Held in abduction Percy Hartel is said by authorities to have abducted Mary Ches Ney 17, of Shortsville and taken her to Rochester on november 14, where the couple resided for time telling the girls parents that they had been married. According to the officials of the Ontario county jail who arrested Hartel the couple had also lived for a time with miss Ches Neysa parents until Hartel attempted to escape to Newark which he said was his former Home. John Whiteman is charged wit having entered and ransacked the Home of William Rex Gorham Farmer on november 23. He is alleged to have stolen pair of fur driving gloves Lap Robe and women a ring to the value of $55. After inspecting the county jail the jurors recommended that not a office furniture be installed the dining room be painted and that the plumbing be repaired to make it adequate. Junior basketball teams in games Aries of superintendent and of the operator at the pump House As Well As expenses connected with the pump House Reservoir and residence. Bonds retired amount to ,500, interest on capital loan $2,-654.17 payment of temporary loan $4,500 water Cash transferred to general account $2,500 temporary loan from water to general account $500 Cash in Bank Jan uary i 1930, $47�.69 and Cash on hand at that time $75, giving a grand total of $38,324.22. The West Avenue improvement account to january i 1930 As reported by treasurer crowly shows $50,000 received from the Sale of Bonds which added to other receipts totals $50,531.35. The expenditures including insurance and express delivering Bonds printing signs office expenses printing and advertising refund accrued interest error printing Bonds Legal opinion on Bonds engineers fees contractors expense Hill improvement contractors expense water line not in contract water line material not on contract interest on capital loan Cash in Bank of $8,516.96, the total being $50,631.35. A to it is estimated that 26,842,900 adults know How to Boss the human race and wonder How to handle their own children. Two contests in the Junior basketball league took place this morning on the . Floor with the celtics vanquishing the eagles by a score of 25 to 21, and the wizards gaining a Victory Over the centrals with a score of 8 to in the first game the players and scores were As follows celtics Joyce 7, Stratton 4, j. Ciocci 6, m or soy 8 and Gage 0 eagles Goldtein 7, f. Keys 5, Henry 2, Mcmillan 7 and w. Keys 0. The second game individual scores were As follows wizards to. Brewer 3, Mccarthy 5, Fazar lord j. Brewer and l. Abbey each 0 centrals e. Ciocci 4, Ryan 2, Herendeen Halliwell and j. Pizzillo each 0. In the event Geneva begins action in the state legislature to increase its representatives on the Ontario county Board of supervisors from three to seven the City of Canandaigua will counter with a proposal that it be allowed five instead of two at present. This was the consensus of opinion expressed by members of the common Council and Fred d. Or shh City attorney at the boards meeting last night after Alderman Albert g. Bradum brought up Geneva a contemplated demand for increased representation a Geneva moves the Geneva Council at its meeting thursday night appointed a committee to assist the City attorney in drafting a Bill asking for seven supervisors. Geneva seeks a supervisor from each Ward in the City and one at Large. The City now has three supervisors. Members of the local Council do not intend it was brought out last night to sit by and see Geneva obtain representation which would give that City More votes than it today has. The sprinkling tax Roll with a total of $4,952.53 for the year 1929 was ordered spread by the Board after it adjourned As the Council and convened As a grievance Board to hear any objections to the tax due soon. There being no one present to object the tax was ordered collected. Spreads tax Roll the Council also ordered the current Roll of state City and county taxes spread collection of which starts monday. The total is $9,331,365. This was equalized by the Board of supervisors. City judge William h. Hamlin reported collection of $6.40 during the month of january in costs in civil actions coming before him and that a total of $10 was paid to the state comptroller in fines collected for reckless driving. The application of Cornelius Murray for membership in the fire department approved by the Board of health and Public safety was accepted by the Council As Wax the resignation of Maurice Badger Erines fire Driver who was succeeded by Thomas b. Mcgregor. The Board discussed the fight now underway Between new York state and the new York Telephone corporation which is seeking to increase its Telephone rates. City attorney Fred d. Cribb told the aldermen that Canandaigua has wired the new York conference of mayors that it is opposed to any further increase in rates. Service being rendered by the local Exchange of the Rochester Telephone corporation of which Glenn lord is manager was discussed informally. The opinion seemed to exist that service is somewhat better than it has been and that or. Lord is making every Effort to locate the weak spots and remedy them immediately. Of Canon City colo., feb. 8�? apr a sudden collapse of Warden f. E. Crawford who became ill late last night and was taken to a Hospital gave new strength today to the military Rule of col. Patrick a. Hamrock new a dictator of the state officers supper meeting members of the executive Board and ways and meant committee of the Adelaide Avenue school ent teacher group will hold a Tureen supper and business conference at the Home of the president mrs. Ray s. Lee in Bristol Street this evening at 6 of clock. President Hopes to depart tonight on fishing trip sweetheart Valentines 10c to $1. Corner Book store. Advt by associated press Washington feb. 8 a president Hoover hoped to leave late tonight for Long key Florida where he will fish for deep sea Quarry for a week or More. The chief executive will be accompanied by mrs. Hoover and a group of fishing companions which will include or. Joel t. Boone the White House physician Vernon Kellogg Justice Harlan f. Stone and Mark Sullivan. Immediately on reaching Long key or. Hoover plans to Board the Houseboat a the sauntered a from which he fished last year shortly before his inauguration. The Craft has been chartered from Jeremiah Milbank of new York. If present plans Are carried out or. Hoover will stay aboard the Craft for the week or More he plans to be gone without putting ashore at any time. He expects to Send a courier to Long key twice a Day for the mail and to bring any news of the expedition

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