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Canandaigua Daily Messenger (Newspaper) - July 18, 1967, Canandaigua, New YorkThe daily messenger Canandaigua new York tuesday july 18, 1867 Page throb u. N. Observers Are stationed on canal by Eliav Simon Jerusalem nations observers stood watch on both sides of the Suez canal ident Houari Boum Dienna and president. Abdol Rahman. Aref yield several hours of talks with soviet Alexei n. Today and reported both the. Israelis and egyptians were honouring the Middle East cease fire. In Cairo the authoritative newspaper Al ashram said the presidents of Algeria and Iraq flew to Moscow for. Political talks of major importance following their week Long conferences with egyptian pres ident Nasser. The newspaper said the Moscow talks would Deal with an analysis of the general Middle East situation from the viewpoint of the Arab states which participated in the Cairo meeting and these states assessment of All in Moscow algerian pres Kosygin and communist party Leader Leonid i. Brezhnev. official word on the talks expected to end late today or wednesday., but Hie arabs were reported asking for even More than the Kremlin is supplying. The russians were demanding More said to be control Over new delay in sewer r Plant Job f continued from Page 1 Engineer is that firms find do ing renovation work on sewer Plant about As costly As install ing a new Plant Little Choice the bids Are Way Over what we anticipated. But there s not much Choice on going ahead with the improvements As we be been ordered the mayor said. They contractors Are not too anxious to get improvement he added. Even after Village officials approve a bid the same bid must also be approved by state and Federal authorities flu cd will take additional time he pointed Cut. The bids must be submitted to state and Federal authorities for approval because they will pay 60 per cent of the sewer pro Gram with the Village paying 40 per cent. I local the local share May Boas much As More than anticipated according to the bid Fig ures. This would extend the y Bond Issue period beyond the hoped for 12 years tha mayor said. There is no present plan to in crease the Village sewer rates he stated mayor o Brien said a Way must be found to meet our responsibility in this situation. We have been ordered by the state to make these additions and renovations. It is impossible to Cut Corners in a project such As this. A method of meeting the Village s 40 per cent Burden must be determined.1. Also yesterday Village officials approved a bid for about on a new refuse truck and added Bel Mont truck co. Inc. Geneva. The Village which formerly hired an outside firm for refuse pick up will do the work itself. No one submitted a bid when the Village advertised for refuse work the mayor said. Arab policies in Exchange for additional armed Aid in new York the . General Assembly had 48 hours to reach agreement on any further Middle East resolutions. The Assembly president said he would definitely terminate the month old emergency session thursday. Highly placed israeli sources said Israel would defend its boats in the Suez canal against egyptian attack. They said if Cairo our boats sailing the canal we shall do likewise to Israel has been sending Small Craft manned by troops along seasons of the East Bank of the Suez canal As. A Symbol of its intent to insist on unhindered passage for its ships when egyptians reopened the water Way. Egyptians have fired on the israeli boats and claimed they captured one two Man Crew. The sources said it was understood the . Observers would report any firing on israeli vessels. The observation posts picked out by . Personnel sunday Are situated along the canal s Banks and at roads along the waterway. 12-year-old boy in Bike injured when hit by car a 12-year-old Vic Tor youth was Hurt at about 9 o clock this morning when the bicycle he was Riding was hit by a car on county Road 9. Franklin Keck of 803 Keck Victor suffered cuts on the left leg and a bloody nose. He was taken in the Canandaigua emergency ambulance to Thompson Hospital where he was treated and released. Operator of the car was har Ley m. Lovsjoy-11, 17, of 121 Church St., Victor. According to Ontario county Deputy Allan Clark both the Keck Bie Yole and the Lovejoy car were headed South on county Road 9. The boy was apparently Riding in the Middle of the High the car tried to Stop but the vehicle struck Keck. The youth landed on the Hood of the car and then fell to the Road when the car stopped the Deputy said. I obituary City Engineer recruitment at standstill the Board of Public works discussed the following items during its regular monthly meeting 1. Board i airman Roger Avery asked by Alderman Carl Miller Liaison representative from the common Council what Progress has been made in seek ing a new City Engineer replied Hope dims 18-year-Olds will get vote privilege by Robert p. Lambert Albany n. Y. Up chances of giving the vote appeared dim today after the constitutional Conven Tion overwhelmingly voted to re Tain the present 21 year old qualification. The delegates voted 102 .76 monday on the amendment to a provision in a proposed suf Frage article which would have lowered the age to 18. Both major parties pledged last novem ber to work to change the age requirement. The convention spent More than four hours debating the question of lowering the voting age and disposed of Only 3 of 19 amendments to the suffrage article. Debate and a vote on the entire article must wait until All the amendments Are voted on. A coalition of republicans and democrats pushed through the amendment and handed Conven Tion president Anthony j. Tra via a setback. Robert f. Wagner d new York sought to offer an Amend ment restoring the 18-year-old provision but minority Leader Earl w. Brydges charged the Man Euver was improper. On another front the commit tee on the Bill of rights and suffrage planned a meeting to put final touches on a proposition repealing the controversial Blaine amendment. Richard j. Bartlett a Glens Falls spurred by Brydges set the tone for the fight against lowering the voting age during debate on an amendment which would have set the age at 19. He said the three major arguments for lowering the age Are experience in life and the maturity of judgment to vote even though they May be better in formed than their elders Bart Lett. Said. He also charged giving youths enfranchisement will not result in better participation in the affairs of government. Andrew r. Tyler a new York City said those who Bear the Burden of the decisions of government should have a say in making them. We must make the youth cemetery memorials h. D. Johnson Granite co. Lelance h. Fletcher proprietor 217 a main pm. 394-0382 playhouse starts tomorrow William f. Jacobs William f. Jacobs 88, of 44 Academy pm died monday. Survivors Are two daughters mrs. Luther ranch of Canandaigua and mrs. Elmer Margaret Simon of Glendale seven grandchildren eight great grandchildren and one sister mrs. Minnie Epke of Brockport friends May Call today from 7 to 9 pin. And wednesday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 8 . At the Kandt funeral Home 303 Lake ave., Hilton. Funeral service will be held thursday at 2 . In St. Paul s lutheran Church Hilton. Burial will be in Parma Union cemetery. Those who wish May Contri Bute to the l flier an hour or the building fund of the Uit Heran Church of the Good Shepherd Canandaigua in memory of or. Jacobs. Mrs. Bryant hurl built mrs. Bertha wat Kins Hurlbutt 85, widow of Bry ant Hurlbutt died monday in Thompson Hospital Canandaigua. Mrs. Hurlbutt was a lifelong resident of the Gorham area. She had been a member of the Bethel Baptist Church for Over 50 years survivors sell of Stanley and Clyde of Waterloo a daughter mrs. Wendell Angell of Gorham 16 grandchildren 31 great grand children a brother wat Kins of Woodhaven and a sister miss Maude Watkins of Canandaigua. Friends May Call today from 7 to 9 . And wednesday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 . At the Crisfield funeral Home where the funeral service will be held thursday at 2 . The Rev. Ralph Kee pastor of the Bethel Baptist Church will officiate. Burial will be in Gorham cemetery. Those who wish May Contri Bute to their favorite Charity in memory of mrs. Hurlbutt. Request not to be energetic in this matter. We feel that if would be improper for us to pick a City Engineer before tha City manager goes into office when he has to. Work with the Engineer. So we Are doing retiring about finding a City Engineer. This was our instruction 2. Miller also relayed a re quest from the Council asking the status of the old swimming school which once was slated for demolition. Avery replied we were re Quested by the Council to hold up action on this until we received a recommendation from the City planning commission. We have not yet received this rec at one time the Dpi started demolishing the Aid building which stands on piers in the Lake at Kershaw Park. Work was stopped when some Resi dents apparently planned to Start a fund drive to save the Structure. Board members asked last night what Ever happened to that 3. It was reported that. 26 streets have had new Street lighting installed and seven More Are slated for brighter lights. Also the Board approved a plan to put in brighter lights at the City pier at no added Cost to the City. Year Olds is not the right vehicle for doing something for the boys fighting in said. Eighteen year Olds Lack the slowly they stripped Sam Laker Down until there was nothing but animal left. July 20-23 Tevya and his daughters All the laughs heartbreaks and delights of reality july 27-30 arms and the mail witty satire on War and the professional fighting Man. Performances thurs., Fri., sat . Sun . Note change in matinee time at . Box office 315-374-6318 Weed cutting Job is wanted the City department of pub Lic works has been instructed to see what can be done about cutting weeds in a Large piece of City owned land surrounded by properties fronting on South Pearl Chapin Adelaide and Tel . The Board of Public works Learned last night that residents of the area have complained about the appearance of the pro Perty. The land according to City treasurer Francis Finnick is owned by the City. Canal contract details Are due Washington up Spe Cial ambassador Robert b. Anderson chief . Negotiator was to Brief Senate republicans today on the proposed new treaties to govern operation of the Panama canal. Although details have not been made Public the pacts Are known to provide for Reli Traish ment of the United states 50 year sovereignty Over the canal zone and Transfer of responsibility for the waterway s opera Tion to a joint .-Panaraian authority. Classified ads for results u. S. Survey reaffirms Flint Creek report Geneva a recent . Geological Survey report on the Flint Creek Basin does not Sug jest consideration of a Reser voir at this time according to Vernon Hyatt chairman of the a ont a Basin regional development Board Hyatt said at a recent meet ing Here that the Federal report released last month reiterates and confirms findings of Engi neers who about a year ago determined the soil too Perme Able for construction of earthen dams to create a Reservoir. Although the Reservoir plan was tabled at that time Hyatt said this is not to say it won t be Cost is one of the major fac tors and if and when Federal funds Are forthcoming the project which is still on books May be reactivated Hyatt said. Speaking at the monthly meet ing of the a out a Wayne Ontario and Yatos Board by. Att said that much work had been done by the . Soil conservation service pcs and the division of water resources in the state conservation depart ment on the development of Flint Creek. However the construction of a Reservoir was not being considered in present planning he added. Future efforts by the division of water resources and pcs in developing Flint Creek will be correlated in the a ont a Basin by Flat said. Also at. The Board meeting Robert Foster Board member from Canandaigua reported that a contract for an in terms Nic pal Public water Supply study of Wayne Ontario and Yates counties is being negotiated Active participants in govern Tyler said. Donald s. Harrington l new York. City said Young people should be Given the vote in or Der to balance the electorate whose median age has continued to Rise. John p. L Lomenzo Secretary of state urged the delegates in a statement to adopt the lower age because of widespread sup port across the state. He said the delegates would be thwarting the1 will of the electorate by failing to change the voting age. In the vote on the 21-year-old proposal the democratic Leader ship presented a United front. On the Republican Side Perry b. Duryea second vice pres ident and Gordon a. Howe assistant minority Leader broke with Brydges on the Issue. Statewide fight seen on Elaine Albany n. Y. Up the spokesmen for a group which claims members across the state say their organization will fight for voter defeat of a new Constitution if the constitutional convention repeals the Blaine amendment without full debate and consideration. Percy Sutton Manhattan Bor Ough president and William f. Haddad former associate director of tiie peace corps said monday the committee for pub Lic education and religious lib erty Pearl wants the Conven Tion to debate the Issue on the floor and take All aspects into consideration before deciding. Sutton and Haddad Are co chair men of Pearl. Sutton and Haddad called for open debate on implications both financial and the Fei Ore tical on the Blaine Amend ment which bans Aid to non pubic schools. A phony Public relations Campaign is being waged had dad charged by those who want the amendment repealed. He said ithe false arguments include the statement that the p u b 1 i c school system is permeated with protestantism and that other de nominations ought to receive state Aid to support their school systems As Well. Sutton pointed out there Are grave financial problems involve de. He noted non Public schools already receive Money for text Bow protests three types of Street work three types of Street construction on one Street Are just. Too Many types the Board of pub Lic works decided last night. Board Kenneth p. Fletcher reported that develop ers of a Section of Deerfield drive Are Complete the undeveloped Section of the Street. I have been told that they have been Given approval to build tha Street with curbs and no he said. There Are already two different types of construction there with one part having gutters and another hav ing curbs and gutters. I think we should stick to one of these types of Board chairman Roger Avery agreed with Fletcher and the two voted to instruct the con tractors who arc to build the Street that it should conform to the newer Section of Deerfield which has curbs and gutters. Britain to withdraw troops from far East by . F ii Aleu London announced today it would with draw most of its soldiers from1 the far East and abandon its aircraft carriers by the mid. 1970s despite Strong american objections. The labor government of u. give support to red Washington up United states is expected to Back the candidacy of Roma Nian foreign minister Corneliu Manescu for the presidency of the United nations general Assembly this fall according to authoritative sources. If elected in september Manescu would become the first representative of a communist nation to preside Over the world body. Books transportation lunches and Mother services. What else do they Button asked. He claimed three areas of tax support would1 be opened1 to denominational schools if Blaine. Is repealed. These Are teacher s a 1 a r i e a school construction and administration. Button called on the Conven Tion delegates to ask themselves How far presently available funds can be stretched and will the Public stand for any More taxation to support non Public schools. He asked the advocates of re peal to make Clear where the funds would be used if Blaine is taken off the books. If the proponents of repeal seek tax Money for the the e e areas i have mentioned let them say so. If they seek Public funds for some other purpose let them indicate what it Sutton said. The co chairmen said Pearl is the official spokesman for 23 organizations made up of jewish and protestant religious groups and Many educational organizations. State chess tourney Here july 22-29 Hie new York state chess association Congress will be held for the first time in Canandaigua from july 22 to 29 in the local Myca. The Winner of the com petition will be the stale chess Champion i the Harold m. Phillips Mem orial tournament for the state championship will be a nine round Swiss system event. There will be an entry fee and competitors must be members of the United states chess federation and Nyssa. Cash prizes will be awarded at the close of this week Long session. The state team championship for the Susquehanna cup will be a tout round Swiss for four Man teams played at the rate of 30 moves in 30 minutes. This game will be held july 29. There1 will be no entry fee but teams must represent Nyssa affiliates and players must be Nyssa Mem Bers. Rounds will be at a. M., 1p.m., ., and 8 p. The nys Speed championship will be held july 26, the annual membership meeting will take place july 29 at . Fol Lowed Bylthe at for further information Contact association president Robert l Labelle of Phelps. To Noks bid on water lines the Canandaigua town Board last night approved a Low bid of of Picquet construction co. Of Jamesville for the construction of water service lines for the Middle Cheshire Bristol roads and Cheshire Hamlet districts. Target Date for construction is aug. 1 and completion is scheduled for 1958. The Engineer s estimate of the Job was the Board also approved Bond resolutions for each District. The action by the Board is subject to approval by the state water resources commission. The water service could serve some 150 properties in the two districts prime minister Harold Wilson fighting to save the nation s Economy today released a White paper on British defense for the next 10 years and outlined plans to pull out All of its troops from Singapore and Malaysia and most of its forces elsewhere in the far East. The United states had issued Strong appeals to Wilson to keep British military presence East of Suez for a while longer. But the whits paper said Britain would Cut its armed forces by and abolish its entire aircraft Carrier Force by the Middle of the 1970s. In Washington . Officials said they were concerned about the psychological Impact such an announcement by Britain would have among Friendly nations in Asia. Informed sources said the cutback reflected both Britain s concern Over the Economy and its emphasis on future cooperation with european countries. The . Officials said that such a Long Range projection of Force Levels would be somewhat unrealistic since Britain had no Way of knowing what might happen in Asia in the intervening years to alter its strategy. The White paper said half of the British troops now in Singapore and Malaysia would be Cut by 1971. The government said it expects to save about 10 million annually from its cuts in the armed forces. Tha paper also touched on Britain a i plan to pull out of. Its present army of tha Rhine in West Germany. It said that since a. Soviet attack in Europe is present of the British forces now. In Germany could be held else where provided they could be returned promptly in a crisis. Elsewhere was taken to mean Back in Britain. Marine offers to return to Vietnam duty Corporal Bruce j. Wright usic has volunteered for a second tour of duty in Vietnam a 1965 graduate of the Canandaigua Academy Cpl. Wright is the son of or. And mrs. Robert Wright of Rochester. Or. And mrs. Wright formerly resided at 95 Canandaigua ave. Cpl. Wright has been serving in Vietnam for the past year. He returned Home monday and plans to r e t u r n to service aug. L reconstruction of Clark. Street suffers setback members of the Board of pub Lic works last night Learned that reconstruction of Clark Street May not be completed until mid october because a new Bridge will have to be constructed sucker Brook. Plans for a new Bridge were not included in the design work for reconstruction of the Street. However after work was started on Clark Street it was Dis covered that the present sucker Brook Bridge is in a weakened condition. In fact the Bridge was in such bad condition that the common Council order that it be dosed to traffic. Actually the Bridge was partially blocked but remained open to limited traffic. Last night the Board of pub Lic works Learned that it would not be Able to Call for bids for construction of a new Bridge until mid August and if everything goes right the Bridge should to completed in mid october. Board members upon recommendation of consulting engineers last night renewed the order that until a new Bridge is constructed the present one be closed off to All traffic except the vehicles of the firm now re building the Street it has been estimated that a new Bridge would Cost about beaches. Are Chicago up reach elks in Chicago after Poping with Chilly weather and dead fish washing ashore by the millions today had a new can flip tops. Or. Gerald Atlas chief of the Park District medical unit said monday More and More Beach visitors were cutting their feet on the Sharp Metal tabs. Playhouse lost times tonight classified ads for results 1963 Dodge custom 880 2-door, Hardtop automatic transmission Power steer ing radio Beautiful Black finish month warranty open evenings Canandaigua motors inc. Chrysler Plymouth Rochester Road at City limits. court judge James a. Avery presided over1 the following Case today in City court Hartley 25, of Roch Ester appeared in court of a charge of Petit larceny. He was charged with taking from the Seaway Gas station 339 West aye., the evening of june since the Only prosecuting witness was unable to appear due to his recent induction into the armed services the Case was dismissed and bail was re turned. Listen to morning devotions Dally station Wcur mon., wed and Fri. Sacred heart program tues., thurs. And sat. Meditations led this week by the Rev. Cosmo Leuzze pastor Assembly of god this and Courtesy of Fitzhugh floor covering 150 so. Main St e. R. Church Agency 74 pm. 394-0110 Canandaigua n. Y. 93 years continuous service. Insurance real estate i Seneca rft.5i20 Ortof tonight and Usu Nuol Usu Illch added Friday saturday Jerry Lewis in Cinderell Alast times Toile Barefoot in the Park Rod Taylor in Chuka drive in lakes order. -394-4285 starting wednesday 2 color Hils fhe shattering True Story the Hells angers 2nd color hit Rod Taylor the liquidator at the Ontario county fair Fairgrounds Canandaigua bigger and better than Ever wednesday july 19th judging Day Start of judging in All departments except open class cat tie youth Day livestock judging beginning of youth Day activities in front of the grandstand rides and children s shows at it Price for children youth Day in front of grandstand for giving away boy s and Giri s bicycle. Horse show in horse Arena final night of show. Dress revue in front of youth building dress revue in front of youth building Chitwood Auto thrill show Page combined shows

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