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Canandaigua Daily Messenger (Newspaper) - June 23, 1930, Canandaigua, New York No c county s family paper Essen car for. Up countydpaper1 1 Ontario county people ii a a a a a a v in / a a j the weather i showers this afternoon or tonight. Slightly warmer along Lake Ontario tuesday fair. Established in 1797. Vol. 133.�?no. 147. Canandaigua n. Y., monday june 23, 1930. Candidates should i report every vote possible on monday return looked for from each before night vote standing to be published tomorrow is of importance Snake bite protest against Ether a use Fresno Cal. A or. W. T. Shaw of the biology department of Fresno state College is confined in a local Sanatorium undergoing treatment for Rattlesnake bite incurred while attempting to kill the reptile with Ether in the College Laboratory. The Snake had been in the Laboratory about a month. Or. Shaw and Welburne c. Thomas a student and son of or. F. W. Thomas president of the College were preparing to kill it and mount it for biological purposes when it suddenly struck. Its fangs pierced or. Shawls thumb. In tomorrows edition of the daily messenger the standings of workers in the $12,000 free gift distribution will be printed. The standings will reveal the real workers also the districts that Are not represented As they should be. Votes Tell the Story. Candidates must realize the importance of getting in every available subscription before 9 of clock tonight. The printed standings will prove to friends of workers just How much each campaigner is doing to help himself and How worthy he is of support. Many who Are willing to subscribe to the daily messenger Are waiting that purpose of Conven to see the first report on what has been accomplished in the Cam-1 pain. When these persons learn who Are Active and who Are really lacking interest it does not require red gospel to be spread in United states Tion scheduled for Chicago july 3 much of a stretch of imagination to decide which Way the votes of subscribers will be thrown. Possible subscribers sometimes hate to Tell the whole truth in turning Down workers who approach them. They hate to say that they Are holding off on the Chance that someone they like better will enter Berlin a russian monarchists Here claimed today that american communists in conference with Moscow agents at Danzig last week had planned intensification of the communist movement in America next september. The monarchists say the next step will be a secret convention of com a message from the mayor on monday and tuesday. June 30 and july i Canandaigua will be honoured by the presence of 160 official Exchange club delegates. With their families from All Over the state who will meet Here in convention. In every possible Way. We wish to make them Welcome. I would request that flags be displayed from our City buildings business houses and Homes in Honor of the occasion. In bringing this convention Here our local Exchange club has shown a Fine civic spirit. Let us Back them up in every Way we can to make the stay of our out of town guests a very pleasant one. Signed h. W. Closs mayor. June 23, 1930 City of Canandaigua. Single copy 3 Centa Phelps Gorham prize speaking is on tonight also Parent teacher contest in which girls will take part la will be heard leaning Tower tilts More experts say Pisa Italy a the famous leaning Tower of Pisa has tilted ten Millimetres farther away from the perpendicular since 1918, but the unique Structure is not in immediate peril of collapse according to a commission of experts who have just completed a three year study of its condition. The commissions report. Just presented to prime minister Mussolini advises gradual injection of liquid Cement into the ground under and near the Tower. Ready to Fly across Ocean minstrel skit to entertain exc hangiotes exercises new in will be first auditorium. Church services carded for dinner to be held first night of state convention Canandaigua a outstanding Talent has been recruited to entertain delegates to the new York state Exchange club convention which will be held in this City june 30 and july i according to information Given out this morning by John w. A lock. General chairman of arrangements. Perrin g. Somers has prepared and directed this part of the convention program. At the banquet monday evening. June 30. In the y. C a. Gymnasium a Short minstrel show will be offered As the principal entertainment feature. Or. E. A. Bevier master of ceremonies will introduce the Dublin a up a Captain Char. Les Kingsford Smith australian aviator plans to take off from the port Marnock runway for his flight to the United states about five of clock tomorrow morning Midnight Exchange club minstrels in a pro monday e. S. To. Gram of song and music. Captain Kingsford Smith has in the Rhow will be Melvln been waiting Here for More than two weeks but has postponed his attempt repeatedly because of bad j weather somewhere Over the Atlantic Ocean. L. The Campaign. Per Servance will win. Munits in Chicago july 3, at which Many who Are approached say they do not care to take the messenger and Many subscribers say they do not care to renew. Most of these will be subscribers before the Campaign is Over and candidates who realize this and stay with them further plans will be made and participation of South american reds will be invited. The Campaign is to be stressed in Chicago Philadelphia and Baltimore. The emigres who consider the russian communist regime As their until the subscription is landed will Arch enemy asserted that on june emerge at the top of the Heap. Rotary International May provide a past service membership 17 the communist International executive allocated 1,000,000 Gold rubles about $500,000 for dissemination of communism in the United states. ,. About 40 instructors will be a j be s1lver anniversary of rotary a pointed the emigres say to a spread birth and to open the Twenty first fall tit a Lark ran hot the red gospel throughout the uni i annual convention. Rail in uk5liv Dhur Ted states to carry out the plan Strait jacket padded cell and five locks Chicago or up a Chicago went round and round today with rotary. Between 18,000 and 20,000 Rotar ians and their wives a the rotary Anns a returned to commemorate mothers 24th birthday sees Young Lindy arrive at first he planned to take off from Curranh where there is a Long runway but later he chose port Marnock for its even longer runway and considered that he thus could take a greater Load of Tuel and be assured of getting off grounds. The one of the principal resolutions Boston a up a Only Harry Houdini had Ever escaped from the City prison Here until Victor Stan White 17, got out of a Strait jacket a padded cell and through five locked doors and was at Large today. Sta while was arrested saturday during a pawnshop Holdup in which Louis Beck the proprietor was shot in the leg. Taken to the prison he attempted suicide within a few hours by tying a sweater to a cell bar and trying to hang himself. He Tore padded lining from his cell although he had no instruments. His clothes were taken from him and he was put in a Strait jacket and a guard was placed outside the cell. The guard patrolman John Walsh dozed off to sleep police said and Sta while worked out of the Strait jacket reached through the bars to get the keys and unlocked his cell. Opening other doors he finally got his clothes in the prison office and walked out of the building a free Man. Several american communists Are asserted to have received orders to return Home immediately. These include William Hood of Philadel i phia and George Holbrook of Boston who left Danzig thursday for Marseilles where they Are embarking for the United states. Other americans said to have been present at the meeting Are Harold Talbot of Baltimore and a Man named Riegert of Chicago. William Fowler Harry Upton and a certain Weighart All of new York came from Moscow to Danzig by air plane. Negro Dies in chair for murdering cop Byrd and Lindbergh two famous fathers to meet in . Today new York a up a two famous fathers had an appointment today. Among the first on the list of rear Admy Al Byrds callers at his Headquarters was col. Charles a. Lindbergh who became the father of a son yesterday. Admiral Byrd telegraphed congratulations before leaving Winchester va., yesterday. After the meeting with colonel Lindbergh the program mapped out for Admiral Byrd today included a luncheon by the chamber of Commerce of the state of new York and proposed at this convention according to m. Eugene Newsom of Durham n. C., International president is one which would provide for a past service membership for those rotarians who retire from Active business. Under present rules this retirement automatically terminates membership. A Battle is expected on the convention floor on this measure. The two candidates for International president up for election at the Silver anniversary Are Almon e. Roth of Palo Alto Cal., and Raymond j. Knoeppel of new York. Today a sessions were devoted to registration and the discussion of proposed legislation while at the Chicago stadium tonight a pageant will show the growth of rotary. Englewood a in a colonel and a name had not been announced j i Ai i in n mrs. Charles a. Lindbergh Are the for the new arrival but Charles a Hwd of i of i Tiu la parents of a son. The baby weigh Lindbergh jr., for his father or ing seven and three quarters Dwight Morrow Lindbergh after pounds was born at 2 15 p. M., i his Grandfather were mentioned As Eastern Standard time yesterday in possible choices the Home where his Mother the mrs. Lindbergh who has been her former Anne Morrow was born. She husbands constant companion in Dies in Naples became a Mother on her 24th birthday. Aside from the statement of the baby a birth and his weight no details of the event were forthcoming from the household of mrs. Lindbergh a parents ambassador and mrs. Dwight w. Morrow except the companies him in a test flight of a statement that Mother and baby Small monoplane were resting comfortably. News of the arrival of the Lindbergh heir spread rapidly to All parts of the country and to foreign shores and within a Short time a Parade of messengers with congratulatory messages and bearing Flowers began to arrive at the Moraine. Radio stations inter Naples a Jacob Widmer 79 years old widely known grape grower and founder of the wine cellars now known As the Widmer grape products company died suddenly of apoplexy while at dinner at his Home Here this noon. He was born in Switzerland and came to this country about 40 years ago settling in Naples. He then established the business ,. With which he severed his connect the Only description of the baby Tion about two years ago and was the statement of a servant in hich is now conducted by his the Morrow household who was three sons William flank and quoted As saying a the looks like his Carl Widmer All of this Village. He has blonde hair and besides the sons he leaves one the air since their marriage May 27, 1929, continued tier flying to within a few Days of the baby a birth last thursday she flew with colonel Lindbergh from Teterboro Airport to Hartford and return ten Days previously she had a Row erupted their programs to broadcast news of the event which has been awaited with Lively interest for several weeks. Blue eyes. Friends said colonel Lindbergh took the news of his songs birth with an appearance of outward Calm but that the Grandfather ambassador Morrow gave Frank expression to his elation. Daughter mrs. Robert Weisenberger of Highland Park 111 disabled vets in convention texan eliminates australian Champ Bellefonte a up a John Pierce Chester negro was electrocuted at Rockview Penitentiary today for the murder of Frank Kowalski a Chester policeman. His execution was the first of five which Are scheduled at Rockview in the a dinner by the norsemen a masonic next three weeks. I Lodge in Honor of Bernt Balchen Pierce shot and killed Kowalski chief Pilot of the South pole expedit father of two children december 16, Tion. 1929, when the policeman attempted present plans Call for the Sale of to take a revolver from him in a the Steamer Eleanor Bolling and Chestnut restaurant. The retention of the barque City of new York As a floating museum of i the expedition. Wimbledon eng. A up a the United states got off to a Good Start today in the Wimbledon Tennis championships Wilmer Allison of Texas taking his first match from Edgar Moon the australian in straight sets 6-1, 6-3, 6-3. Thus the tournament started with f the new York state College an upset Allison a three straight agriculture sets eliminating the australian in new York state the total taxes Champion from the tournament in levied in 19i3 amounted to about three quarters of an hour. The Tex $335,000,000. This increased to $967,-an led All the Way and polished off too too in 1928. Although professor revision of tax system is advocated by expert his opponent with a love game. Still fumes kill three Newport by. A up a fumes of a 500-gallon still in the cellar of August Remensky yesterday asphyxiated Remensky his wife and Anthony Sendlebach. Eight Remon Towsky children were orphaned. Asleep on the first and second floors the children Wert not affected by the fumes. Vacation Days Are Here again and How about yours a used car bought through classified ads will give you Long Happy hours flashing along winding beckoning roads. And what a More and so grand about it is that Atter you be bought this car you have plenty left for a vacation trip in it. Buy and sell your used cars through classified ads. It pays liquidation is again present new York a up a another Avalanche of Selling orders fell upon the Stock Market As trading was resumed today beginning the fourth week of almost steady declines. Several initial transactions were in blocks of 10,000 to 40,000 shares. A Long list of stocks lost $1 to $5, and u. S. Steel and american Telephone reached new Low Levels for the year. Several Large transactions at the opening apparently represented the bunching of heavy accumulations of Ithaca a taxes Are Likely to in i the remaining 75 per cent of All crease rather than decrease Accord government expenditures that year ing of professor m. Slade Kendrick was for such general items As con observation of health sanitation High ways charities hospitals corrective institutions and education. The de mands for All these increase year by year. Even insanity is increasing which adds to the Burden of the state hospitals. Speaking of farm taxes professor Kendrick says that conditions do not indicate that they will be reduced. Even to Lessen the rate of increase will necessitate changes in the tax system. Such changes might take the form of an increased rate of income tax the institution of a tax or unincorporated businesses or an increase in the gasoline tax. He makes no predictions As to whether automobile mayor Ruffuss crease in these items of expense is j such changes will be made in the new Orleans a up a the country a disabled veterans of the world War were welcomed officially today to new Orleans for the annual meeting of their organization. Sessions today were Brief the auxiliary meeting simultaneously with the veterans but in separate gatherings. The afternoon was devoted to entertainment. Commander William Murphy has announced he will not stand for re election. Heat wave tops Century Mark Spencer or. A. Johnston Robert b. Spencer or. E. S. Brown John r. Bohlmann and h. E. Shaddock. The a Jolly jesters Edward t. Hanley. George mag. Hayes or. F. Guy Baldwin or Lewis i. Aberle. Alexander Thompson Stephen Barry John p. Robertson and James Miller the the musical program will consist of the following numbers Quot Canandaigua the minstrels a villainous Doc so or. Johnston and or. Brown come True or. Hanley a quite Robert Spencer a a paradises or. Haves a a sad lament Quot Mel Silencer a somebody loves me i. Thompson finale the minstrels. Or. Somers will be at the piano. Men to have assistance. At a luncheon for delegates in the Canandaigua hotel monday noon the entertainers will be mrs. Rodney Pease miss Elsie Macfarlane miss Elva Harris and mrs. Clifford Strait. Mrs. W. Macfarlane will accompany on the piano. While the delegates Are lunching at the Canandaigua their wives will be served at pan tree inn where or. Thompson or. Hanley or. Brown or. Johnston Melvin spen cer or. Hayes and Robert Spencer will entertain them with songs. Or. I Somers will accompany. Noon luncheon at the Canandaigua hotel on tuesday july i will include an amusement program featuring a skit a the musical tourists in which will appear the same group of men entertaining at pan tree inn luncheon the preceding Day. Others on tuesdays program will be Charles k. Hutchinson Rochester Wilson Fitch. Rushville Billy and Kathleen Allen and William j. Macfarlane this City. Or. Somers will be at the piano. Orchestra provided William Turners orchestra has been engaged to ulay at the luncheons and banquet. The latest edition of Finger lakes topics official publication of the Finger lakes association of Central new York just issued is devoted to the Exchange club convention. On the front cover is pictured a scene in the Glen of Gannett Hill West Lake Shore of Canandaigua Lake. Other views of the Lake and the City Are contained in the Issue. Train hits Auto and kills four Kendrick does not expect that taxes will continue to increase at so rapid a rate he does not look for a decrease because the functions for which most of the Revenue is expended constantly multiply and in Absecon a up a four persons Large including mayor Anthony m. Ruffu in 1928 about 25 per cent of All jr., of Atlantic City were killed taxes levied in the state went to Early today when their automobile maintain the Structure of govern was struck by a Shore bound Phil ment pay the salaries of its offi Adelphia Atlantic City express on a dais support Law courts provide Grade crossing Here. Police Protection and the like. A de the near future although he says there car was struck squarely in the Cen possible professor Kendrick be Ter. The wreckage was strewn Over Heves. Through a More efficient of Velden e indicate that the tracks for More than too Yards a animation 01 me units Ana int a �?z0.kori and the bodies so terribly mangled Chinery of tax system should be revised. That identification was almost in i possible. Chicago a up a a heat wave that topped the Century Mark shoved the Middle West into the water yesterday. The hottest spot in the Central area was Anna 111., with a temperature of 110. Centralia 111., was runner up with 105. St. Louis sheltered at 102 and Omaha was blistered with too. Sioux City with 99, had its hottest june Day since 1926. Beaches pools and lakes were crowded everywhere. In Des Moines two men were drowned when swimming. Competing for the annual Phelps and Gorham and Parent teacher prizes five boys and six girls will speak at the founders night program to open the graduation exercises of Canandaigua Academy in the new school auditorium this evening at 8 of clock. Contestants for the founders prize of $20 in Gold will be Theodore d. Avery George Edward Bailey Hugh Jameson Knapp and James Robert Reed All speaking on the subject chosen by Oliver Phelps and Nathaniel Gorham founders of the Academy. The girls competing for the prize of $20 offered by the Parent teacher association and choosing their own topics Are Una a Woolcy Elizabeth v. Armstrong. Eleanor e. Roth Stella m. Pooley Hilda a. Bradley and Eunice to Andrews. Second prizes of $10 arc also awarded in each contest. Principal Edward ii. Lomber will preside Uii there will be musical numbers by the school orchestra and glee club and a piano duet by Mary Brewer and Helen Sullivan members of the graduating class. Judges of contests judges for the boys will be members of the Board of education and the local clergy while mrs. Ray s. Lee mrs. Arthur 8. Warder and mrs. William g. Scott past presidents of three units of the Parent teacher organization will judge the girls. All exercises Are open to the Public no admission cards having been issued this year owing to the dreams unlimited space the new auditorium in a gon affords according to or. Lomber. He also announced the addition of one member to the class As the result of the regents tests last week. He is Sidney Colley the class now numbering 72 members. Class night exercises will be held tomorrow evening and the graduation exercises wednesday night when Rev. Or. A. W. Beaven of Rochester is to give the address to the graduates on a How much Are you Worth a annual Sermon to class opening the week of commencement activities members of the 1930 class assembled in the presbyterian Church last night for the graduation Sermon and service the congregation numbering about 760. Members of the class girls dressed or. Light outfits and boys in dark suits formed a procession into the Forward pews of the Church followed by the faculty of the Academy and the Board. Rev. Hardy Lumb pastor of the presbyterian Church delivered the Sermon. A the True measure of a the service was opened by Rev. Kenneth l. Cobar Baptist pastor who gave the invocation. Rev. Clara Mcleister of the Wesleyan methodist Church read the scripture lesson Rev. S. G. Houghton pastor of the methodist Church offered prayer and Rev. H. L. Gaylord. D., of St. Johns episcopal Church pronounced the Benediction. It was announced that Rev. Charles n. St. John Congre rational minister was unable to be present As he is attending a conference at Wells College. Musical features of the service included a Solo by mrs. Earle f. I Hutton and an Anthem by the senior choir of the Church. W. E. Abraham organist who accompanied for both As w Ell As for congregational singing played the Organ prelude and postlude. Naval pact has committee 0. K. Recalls killing of a president Aurora 111. A up a the building in which president William Mckinley was fatally wounded by Leon Czolgosz september 6, 1901 in but _. Falo is to be torn Down to make Selling orders Over the weekend. The Way for a $1,000,000 moving picture action of the Market on saturday House Here. Six lose lives in four sunday air plane crashes Tamaqua a. A up Gwilym a burned to death yesterday when a minister leaps 13 stories to death Washington a up a the Senate foreign relations committee today approved the London naval treaty by a vote of 16 to 4, and ordered it reported to the Senate. Overwhelming support of the treaty in the committee was believed to secure ratification of the pact when it is taken up by the Senate in special session. Girl Dies in crash Saratoga Springs a up a Helen Ferguson 18, of Schenectady died in a Hospital Here today of injuries received in an automobile Accident last night. She was a passenger in an automobile which plunged from a Highway and overturned. Jean Cameron 5, was seriously injured. The Weatherman thur a commercial flyer of Lansford and Joseph Fisher of Mauch chunk were killed Here yesterday in the fall of a plane. Olane in which they had flown from Detroit crashed at the municipal Airport and caught fire. Chicago a up it a Rev. Charles e. Singleton Baptist minister of Faribault minn., jumped to his death last night from the 13th floor fire escape Landing of the y. A. Hotel. Hundreds of persons on adjacent buildings watching a Squadron of army air planes overhead witnessed Rev. Singletons leap. Priest drowned saving two girls today a temperatures 8 a. La a. 2 p. 70 79 84 was disappointing and with nothing in the weekend news to change the Outlook liquidation of holdings and aggressive professional Short Selling was in huge volume. The building which has housed auroras largest movie theater was brought Here piece meal from Buffalo where it was known As the Temple of music at the pan Ameri losses of $1 to $9 a share later Ca exposition following its Purchase 2,000 feet. Were replaced by gains of similar i by a Grout of local business men. At i i extent. Trading turned extremely a various times it was used As a dance Toledo a up a or. And Dull after mid Day. A Hall and skating rink 1 Joe v. In Lefeuvre of Detroit Winnipeg a up a James Hill an electrical Engineer of Regina sask., lost control of his plane Here yesterday and crashed to death from mrs. Were Wichita a up a Ray Field Wichita Pilot was killed yesterday at an air show at Bra lev Airport when racing three other planes at a Speed of 120 Miles an hour his plane nosed dived when banking at a turn. Read the daily messenger r to Tell of War experience Phelps a the methodist episcopal society will hold a Church banquet Friday evening june 27 the speaker will be d. S. Peterson of Enfield whose topic will be a Cannon fodder in which he will relate his experiences with the marines in France. Montreal a up a two Young girls owe their lives to their heroic Rescue from drowning in the St. Lawrence River by a priest who died in saving them. The girls bathing at ardennes yesterday got beyond their depth. Father Raymond Cloran s. J., 46, prefect of discipline at Loyola College Here noticing their difficulty swam to help. He supported the girl who was in greatest danger until a boat reached them and then helped the other girl in. But the Effort had been too great and he Sank before further Aid came. Daily delivery of daily messenger along East Side Canandaigua Lake starts monday phone 897 about it please i \ in Tvr

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