Francis J. Neddo Fatally Injured In Collision at Saratoga Springs

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SALEM
VOL. 101—NO. 23

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SALEM, NEW YORK, THURSDAY, JANUARY 30, 1947

Francis J. Neddo Fatally Injured

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Son of Assemblyman and llrs. Hoosick Falls Han Dies
Henry Neddo Dies After
When Pinned Under Truck
Crash—Member of Law
Accident Occurred When Truck Hit
Firm in Saratoga.

Gives Award*
F i t Safety Essays

Julian Orton Giv*s Figurę* far Cambridge Boy and Hudson Falls
D m e HeW H e r ę — N o Hou*eGirl Are Winners—On* to
to-House Caitvaas.
Go to S u t e Contest.
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The U.S.O. drive for fands f o r
The Washington county bus safety
1947 ended in Salem Monday with ard
soikitur^ to ciiwiMi Tw Ar. Herę This Eveuing
on
DKIVE AGAINST POLIO

N a m e d — L a r g e Contribation.”* Arc
Hoped for by Committer.

Boys Will Be After Their Ninth
Straight Victory—Defeat
The annual drive for funds for t h e r
national
foundation
for infantile .
Fort Ann Quintet.

paralysis is under way in Salem. It i
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is boped t h a t all will give generously j The Salem Generals will go after
to t h e eampaign, in order that a ; their n m t h s t r a i g h t win tonight,
large mount of money be on hand I Thursday, when they e n t e r t a i n a
should there be an epidemie of t h e l dangerous Hartford high school fłve
disease in this county.
j on t h e local court. The local boys
Solicitors for this village and vicin- j are leading the Washington county
ity have been named a s foliows:
J Ieague with four s t r a i g h t wins, while
Christine
Cereghino. west side; — • – – – ; . . . . .
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The Neddo car crashed into a catMain sttr e e t.; H iQ ^
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scraping t h e road, moving a t about , r , ! u V h ! I i , „
sccond t i u c k L •
Auxiliary
5.00 i tion for consideration in the state con- Academy and William streets
their s t r i n g of victories.
5.00 test.
three miles a n hour, when he saw liiei atruck tne logs, causing the d n v e r to Zr
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Clara Ston, West Broadway t o
Although , Salem defeated F o r t A n n
>u,in
smc s
A
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5.00′ Sheriff William J . Robertson h a s railroad; Elizabeth Bunker and Lila
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Neddo car approaching. He stated lose control. The truck was reported , , Salem lLodge,e s391,n F . &s sA. M.
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iasnion, Coach Bob
3.00 awarded $10 for t h e first place entry, n )A m i•.o , from railroad. to cemetery; 1 m„ „convmctng . „
he stopped, b u t the Neddo car came to The man was taken and the hospital Jean Mackenzie Class
have left the road to overturned
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iv.ana was t a r trom satisned with t h o
2.00
§ ° for second place.
headon into t h e scraper. Poirier and by ambulance. Dr. Deiwer M. Vick-i Adam and Eve Club
Hattie
Connors
East
Broadway; p e r f o r n ł a n c e o f h b ^
J j ha s
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W. I. Nicholson of Ketchum Corners,
or
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Marie Beatt.e, court housc to O Don-. b e e n drilUng
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them h a r / a n
week
who arrived shortly after the acci­ ers, who attended Graney, said he ! Alice* * ? ‘
Cary
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suffered a compound fracture of t h e
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r-»rs
nt
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effort to iron out the f a u l t s oł last
dent, drove Mr. Neddo to the hospital,
Salem Central school
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Edla McMahon, O Donnell s to Ver-, v r r; j n u > . o n ^ „ „ f „ >
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mmx 1 /• uo ..u ” ‘ u a y » encounter.
I t is expected
where he died soon after being ad- skuli, lacerations of the face a n d
ON LIBRARY SHELYES _ i imont l.ne; M.nn.e Collins, South > t h a t S a l e m w i U s e m j
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multiple contusions. Dr. Charles H . . T
,
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mitted.
Dr. Frederick G. Eaton,
Mam ^street; Joseph.ne Sherman.^east ; H n e u p o n t h e floor m a d g u p ™ » J
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Saratoga county coroner, said t h a t Holmes, Washington county coroner, i i ?
to
and s t a t e police a r e investigatng t h e ‘ The contributions of t h e school, re- Novels and Non-Fiction Rcceived a t side Main street . Baltz.. Co.; Beth , niasi a n d Ennis a t f o r w a r d s ; GilM-M street; Martha D
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death was caused by a ruptured liver. aceident.
tfu
Barnes,
I P ” r t e d in the lump sum above, a r e
It. is bclicved Mr. Neddo w a s conShaw, Mili Patricia Martha Barnes, 1 c h r e s t a t c e n t e r ; a n d R ( > c h e ‘ a n ( J
street; Noonan, Baltz
Bancroft Public Library for
given a s foliows:
Rexle.gh; P a t n c . a
. Pitaro at
M
ds
R e s e r v e s v ho will
fuscd by the lights on the g r a d e r and
4.05
j Room 203, Miss Layden
Manufacturing company.
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be read
a r e R
Use of Local Readers.
thought they were street lights.
1.00
i Room 218, Miss Stanyon
OPA HAS ANSWERS
Nelhe Greene Cleveland nelghbor.
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Stee,e a n d ^
Before the road could be cleared af­
3.20
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„ . – ^ ! R o o m 230, Mrs. Russell . .
nood; Elizal>eth Holland, Archibald
n „ ń«.ii™,;»o^,, „„«..„

ter the accident, Charles H. Caldwell
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c? alem central • ,. ^.^L
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car, causing considerable damage to
Room 233, Mr. Gartland
2.00 croft Public library:
school; . Alice Collins Bush distr.ct; f ^ y ^
Ł ł ^ w S f j B
Heffe/New Booklet Prepared Giving Infor­ Room 232, Miss F o r r e s t e r
the Caldwell machinę.
3.85
Fiction
and Main road from J. Chamberl.n s. m a n c o a c h o f a U g p o r t s J
g J J
Mr. Neddo was one of the leading
mation of Ruies, Uirector
Room 231, Mr. Staedeli . . .
3.55
! Mountain Junior coUege, will handle
j ? 8 1 The Wall Between, Elsie Oakes Baryoung lawyers in this section. He
Grade 1-A, Miss Avery . . .
Riley Announces.
, ‘ o 0 i ber
was a member of the law firm of
Dairymen’s League Members i tne whistie in the main encounter.
Grade 1-B, Miss P r a t t
Pavilłon of
2^39’
W omen, Pearl S. Buck
Leary, Fullerton and Neddo of Sara­
Grade 2, Miss Murphy . , .
w n -mm L Zt
1 mi.
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Snów Under F o r t A n n
l’751 Love from London, Gilbert W. Gabriel
toga Springs, which he joined in June
A n s w e r s to the ąuestions most fre- j Grade 3, Mrs. Driscoll . , . .
W l U M e e t N e X t T h u r s d a y j The high-flying Generals rolled t o
2*30 i Janey Jeems, Bernice Kelly Harris
of 1937 and w a s a very successful I q U e n t l y asked about rent control a r e Grade 4, Miss LaMarte . . .
;
i their eighth consecutive t r i u m p b h e r e
9 ” 0 5 Thieves in the Night, A r t h u r Koestler
Óown
r .a d . 5 . . . . i n . c .l n
e .
trial lawyer. Mr. Neddo was a mem- ‘ now available in a smali booklet t h a t ; 5
S u b – B f e t r k t Session Wffl Be Held at i ^ * F r ^ – V , *j*
T*fB.£«r
^
» 5f*” i l , ?
TQR ‘ Bright Skies, Emilie Loring
Grade 6, Miss Mulligan
ber of the Washington county Repub, r ort A n n by t n e one-sided seore of
covers points of interest to t e n a n t s ! I ^ » i d u . I e o n i f f i t i o ™ ‘ rf f L W j H o l d f a s t Gaines, Odell and Willard
Address t o Members.
lican committee, and of the Washing­
Easton—Director Will Give
(47-18.
and landlords, F r a n c i s X. Riley of Al- | cach from Mr. Streeter, Mr. Converse. — S 6 f f * * f
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ton county bar association, of which
e
Jan
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bany, area r e n t director, has an Miss Duby, Mr. Harmon, Mr. K a n a , l ^ g f * ^ J « *
i The local five w a s s p a r k s d by Jiaa
, *% °£
Wil
he was president last year.
nouneed.
iTomasi, who t h r e w in sbots from aU
Miss McClellan. Mr. Roche, MiasjThe Herdsman, Dorothy Ciarkę WilA graduate of the Whitehall high
jover the court to g a r a e r 20 p o i n t s .
Copies of the pamphlet called, Swan, a n d Mr. F l i n t ; Miss Albee, 5 0 ! *on„
school, he received his bachelor of
.
, M l l T *3j
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A sub-district meetmg of t h e O n e e again Georg© Gilehrest a n d
T h
arts degree from Colgate university “Some a n s w e r s to Questions About c e n t s , a n d Mr. Tyler, 25 cents.
i
^ House on the Park, Maijoi.e
Dairymen’s league will be held a t I Dick Ennis proved to be towers rf
in 1929 and was graduated from H a r ­ OPA Rent Control,” may be had
The t o t a contribution
been . r t a e
e
without c h a r g e a t the Glens F a l l s turned over l .to Hall Neimerh a s Hud-i( ^t o Worthmgton , f e – ^ l t : k ł
rebotmd
of
^ | ?n L r
f f ^ Burton hall in Easton on Thursday, t s t r k n S t h w i * h their fine d A m a n d
vard law school in 1932.
rent office, 10 Broad street.
February 6. The meeting will be • ^
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m JtZSPj*!?*
He is survived by his parents, by
an«
son p n n a wKn ia county nhatrman
Falls, who U , . n „ n t v chairman I Nurse Barlow, Lucy Agnes Hancock be„ served , a t noon by the f.women of : Pi**«> ptayed their osual ? goodi g a m a
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scoring back court a n d set u p m a n y
plays.
“The bookiet will be helpful not for the drive
The Hoilow, A g a t h a C n n s t i e
his wife the former Miss Luciile L a t called a t 11 o church and dmner w d l j i n t h e
the Methodist cloek
The s t a r t i n g Salem five of Tomasi,
tanaio of S a r a t o g a Springs, and a only to persons who have speclfte r e n t
The White Dress, Mignon Eberhardt
Groyer Guernsey, director of t h e i E n n j S j Roehe, G i k h r e s t , and P i t a r ó
problems r i g h t now but also to all
sister, Miss M a r y Neddo who is a
Non-Fiction
league, from Cobleskiłl, will be the didn’t seera to ctiek in t b e first t w a
member of t h e Whitehall school fac- tenants and landlords,” Mr. Riley LIBRARIES MAY GET
They Shook the F a m i l y Tree, Hilde- principai speaker.
Other speakers ą u a r t e r s and were replaeed b y t b e
said. ” M a n y persons a r e not aculty.
garde
MORĘ STATE MONEY From theDolsonof the S t a i r s , Gretchen will be J a m e s Candon, director, from second team. Due to t h e r a g g e d
Funeral aervices for Mr. Neddo will ąuainted with t h e details of rent con­
Top
Pittsford, Vermont, and Richard Van- s t a r t of t h e Generals, Salem held a
be held Friday morning a t 9 o’clock trol t h a t they should know for their
Finletter
derwood of the Albany division office. j 15-8 {©ad a t half time
T h e second
at the Neddo home, 178 Lakę avenue, own protection.”
Emergency Measure to Aid P u b l k Where Are We H e a d i n g ? Sumner
A report of the directors* meeting: half found a rejuvmated s”alem team
Saratoga Springs, and a t 9:30 a.m.
Among the answers to ąuestions
Welles
held in Buffalo on J a n u a r y 17 wtll | dropping 32 points t h r o u g h t h e nets
Libraries Introduced Before
a* St. C’lement’s Catholic church. On furnished in t h e booklet a r e those
The Wild Flag, E. B. White
be given by Jacob F . P r a t t , sub- j while holding the F o r t A n n ftve t o ł t
Saturday morning a t 9 o*clock fu­ that explain:
S t a t e Legislature.
Juvenile
district president.
George E. Mc-! T h e Salem Junior V a r s i t y chalked*
neral services will be held a t the
1. Which r e n t s are subject to r e n t
Care for Your K i t t e n , Margaret F . Geoch J r . of Cambridge will conductjup their sixth v k t o r y of t h e year a s
home of his p a r e n t s , Mr. and Mrs. control and which are exempt.
An emergency bill calling for $-,«
the young co-operators p a r t of t h e ; they down t h e F o r t Ann J u n i o r s by a
Atkinson
Henry Neddo, in Whitehall, and a t
2. The circumstances under which
program.
.
i score of 36-8. Big Jeff Smali, r e 9:30 at Our Lady of th*e Angels a landlord m a y get an inerease in 000,000 state aid to public libraries Do You Know Your Football? D. H.
Delegates from twenty locals of j s e r v e center on the J.V. t e a m , took
L, Baker
church in t h a t village.
Interment rent, and how a tenant knows w h a t in New York state has been intro­
the league in this sub-district wtBjscoring honors with 12 points.* This
will be in t h e Neddo cemetery In the legał r e n t ceiling is.
duced in the legislature by Senator The Wonderful Year, Nancy Barnes i _ l
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..a . i i . t . V . I – I , , » , , , fta»c w i l t ; n,va» ^ a w t t f ; s i j u a u s o i e
Mystery of the Spanish Sabcr, L. A.
Whitehall. Friends may cali a t the
3. Under w h a t conditions OPA m a y Walter J . Mahoney of Buffalo and
tties. Anyone interested in milk possession of first place in t h e race
Wadsworth
Neddo home in Whitehall after 3 p.m. reduce r e n t s , a n d
Several books for children pre- m a r k e t i n g is invited to attend.
for the Junior Yarsity chanapionship.
Friday.
4. W h a t protection tenants have Assemblyman H a r r y Rcoux of W a r The s u m m a r y of t h e main g a m ę :
rensburg. The funds will be used tojsented to the library by Mrs, 1 | j f l t g
a g a i n s t eviction, except for legally
Marshalsea will also be accessioned.
Fort Ann—
sound reasons.
“finande inereased costs of salaries,
Saratoga Officiak
Dairymen’s League Officials
FB FP IT
books, and other necessary supplies”
Russ, r f . .
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Pick Up Whiting
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And Company Are Fined January MUk Expected
so t h a t t h e libraries ean centiawi M t e County Attorney
Cointot, r f
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Raymond F. Whiting, 18, of Glens Campp, lf
provide necessary services to New
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On State Comuiittet*
To Bring $5.14 per Cwt. York state communities.”
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Cbarged With
Manipulating New
Edward R. Waite of Hudson Falls in j a n by Judge Wy man S. bascom j p a r ^ o r Fs
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The sponsoring legislators stated
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Vork Butter Market—Fines of
in county court last wee ?, was a r r e s t – i R i a s d n f
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New York Forecast Is Higher T h a n that the bill is an emergency bill for attorney for Washington county % ha; ed on a bench w a r i a n t by S a r a t o g a !
g
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*29,0OO Are lmpoaed.
one year only bccause permanent been appointed by the president of the
county officials wlien his two-day t e r m !
Last Year Dr. C. J. Blanpjans” for state-wide library service mayors conference as a member of
a 12 18
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and s t a t e aid cannot be madę until t h e legislati^c committee of this was served. Whiting was c h a r g w l „l .a , e m —
ford Reports.
with third degree burglary and p l e a d – , . ,
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The Dairymer^s League co-opera4
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the two-ycar survey of library ^«rvice ! stroiiP.
. „
Hia
w a sent
‘t”us’ r ‘
tive association and four of its ofby the state d e p a r t m e n t of education ‘ , Tato committee n w t U each Mon- ed innocent. and case w a ss flxcd t o ! ? ‘ w ” * ? a ! * F * ‘ rf
«
1 1
county court
bail
at *
Approximately 45,000 dairymen in is completed on June 1, 1917. A j, day afternoon in Albany d u n n g the $500.
|Tomasi. lf . „ . , . . . . . . . . 10
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(icers entured pleas of guilty in fedthe New York milkshcd will be paid permanent bill wifl be introduced in j «!«uon of the legislature and cxamIn Washington county Whiting was Ctoawr, ^f
0
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eral court Monday to charge.s of
allowed to plead guilty to unlawful | Gilchrest, e
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an estimated uniform price of $5.14 j the H/48 session of t h e legislature, | | n »
manipulating t h e New York butler

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per hundredweight for their milk de-1 they said.
Kiarket to flx milk prices, and fines
u
l
T
Mah
,Cy
and
l h c r i e s in J a n u a r y to 432 pool^
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t”taiing $20,000 were imposed on
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out that, while New Y
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approved plants, according to a fore- , o g n ł z c s t h c c d u c a l j o n a j ,mpo
4
them,
in S a r a t o g a Springs last October.
Trance, Ig
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A penalty of $25,000 a g a i n s t the east rcleased Monday by Dr, C. J. j 0 f public libraries to thc extent that
Ftying S<,uirrel Appears.
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ociatiofi a n d $1,000 each against Blanford, m a r k e t administrator of it regulates their »ctivities, libraries
Mrs. Ervil Beutlcy, who resides on
Collection Box Stolen.
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! rcceive no state aid exccpt for 75,- the Arlington road, has for some
Sometime last Thursday morning
Henry H. Rathbun of New Hartford, the New York marketing arca.
Referee: Boss, Glens F a l l s . Foids
000 from the income rf the United
The estimaLe is based on an ex- , States deposit fund. This sum is dis- time operated a bird-feeding station.' ty the administrator J Hbrary. The aid is mandated for lii” tbe N«;w York wholesalc market in
!><<i'iiil»(.r to sustain the price rf milk was a b u t t e r f a t differential of 5.21 b r a r y use sińce no library will repiategE
»« J a n u a r y . U was claiiwd the a s – cents for each tenth of a pound of f a t j c c i v e the emergency funds if its local
soeiaTten aeted to^BrOteet nrlees for above <»r below the 3.5 standard.
| appropriation is reduced below the
P a y m e n t a t the uniform price w i l l ' c u r r e n t level. Thc funds a r e not car- Selective Service Hea4 Points Out That Law Is StUU in Effect, Friday at Mii I ni ulu
prodtteen in the New York milkshed
County Clerk Ralph Pieraon Smitn
«»d to prevenl a milk shortage in be madę for milk testing 3.5 per c e n t ! marked for a n y stiecific purposc but
Three Places to Register in This County.
warna owners of automobile* t h a t tha
butterfat rcceived at plants 201-210! may be expended a t the discretion of
the N e w y o r k market.
H»4fi lieense plates will expire a t midmiles from New York city.
the boards of t n i s t e e s following reguAll małe eitizetw a r e still "reipiired ) simple.
(ieneral Brown «xplanied. night Friday. All automobiles in use
: lations establiahed by the commtsto register with ,^elective service a» "The r e g i s t r a n t iQe
‘ Hmi.ridge is on the list of 3,118 hos- i i n n „ d ” s o n Falls and asked for a h o t ; spread of morę than four
feet
‘ • ‘ ‘ – * l pccially the last two weeks.
Washington c o u n t y
registrants
pluł* m t b e C n i t e d . S t a t e s and Can- w ‘ f t l e r bottle. When Mr. Fielder p r e – plunged portions of Essex. Franklin
Granville may register with j a considerable distanee from an> I.MHI
ada which have been approved by the sen ted tho article, the man, who g a v e and Clinton countiea into a blaekout Miss Margaret Cunningham. Reg- board, it is M f s w t e d that the regI!N”
Were F l y i n g .
American college of surgeorw.
his name aa William Winn, offered a one night la*t week when it dive- ihtranls in the south p a r ł of the coun- i s t r a n t contact the l>oard and in<|uire
The de.-tf n u t ion
Other yicinity institutioris on t h e eheck for $35 bearing the s i g n a t u r e bombed high tension wires a t the
,
regiater
John Bright
»ppiov w J Ust urn the Glen» Falls h»s*- of F . Binch and drawn on the F i r s t – R e n t Falls plant of tho eastern New- ty r may ^ ^ ^ Y ł with T l e n ington of if there is a registrar located near hi.s |ieeman s ludleł aftt i t!,e animal had
g e ^ j
o n
of home ..i place of business.'”
been injured by an automobile in
WW, Saratoga hospital, Moses-LudNational bank of Glens Pall*. Mr, York Power company, Lmemen *»” Cambridge
Registration will also permit the Troy reeently. led to many wild rumeton hospital, Ticondeioga.
Fielder ^ ^ d for identifteation o c and; utes, The d a m a g e in electrocuted min-j Soma young men, it b belleved, a r e f local board to issue a clasairkation i mors. Numerous p w p l e called newsJ’rovi
approvaI wai
Tl asked tlmt hc could p r u r e pa i red the blrd was about ten by» inliiiiMiriT forsettinK ! > reirister. Uthers card to the registrant. The carrying njinor « a«L-mi» uhmit ” » . h n n t .
W«*i R i„nal
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Francis J. Neddo, 38, of S a r a t o g a
Springs, son of Assemblyman and
Mis. Henry Neddo of Whitehall, was
fatally injured on Tuesday afternoon
when his car w a s in collision with a
road grader in Suratoga. Mr. Neddo
died a t the S a r a t o g a hospital a t 5:30,
about an hour after the accident.

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