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BUSH WELCOMES SUIT
County Court Bush said he would welcome the suit, expressing his belief that the Civil Service Commission's certification of Reardon would be upheld. He added:
"William J. Ward, a County Court clerk, was transferred from the State Labor Department, as was William J. Clark, whose death caused the vacancy to which Reardon was named. Edward Brown was promoted to Supreme Court clerk from a deputyship in my office. None of these promotions was protested by the court attendants."
The county clerk also quoted a section of the Civil Service Commission's rules and regulations which he said was applicable. It reads:
"Vacancies in positions in the competitive class shall be filled, so far as practicable, by promotion from among persons holding position in a lower grade in the department, office or institution in which the vacancy exists."
Reardon, as a license clerk in the Motor Vehicle Bureau, received $2,900 annually.

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Kenmore YW Bans Political Meetings
BUFFALO, Mar. 27.-Leaders of political groups in Kenmore today were seeking new places to meet, following an order from Y. W. C. A. officials forbidding political meetings in the Kenmore branch of the organization.
It was learned that the Y. W. C. A. gave the order at the request of the Joint Charities and Community Fund officers. The women's organization has been criticized frequently for permitting meetings of radicals in the building.

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Old Fashioned Designs Popular
BUFFALO, Mar. 27.-Buffalonians preper the old-fashioned wall paper designs, according to sponsors of the first Buffalo Wall Paper Show to be held in Hotel Statler Tuesday.
More than 4,000 designs of wall paper will be shown in the exhibit and an attempt will be made to woo Buffalonians away from their preference for tried and true wall paper designs. The householders here like bright colors, but want them in conservative designs.

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Kow yourself by your 
"DOODLE"
See next Sunday's
AMERICAN

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Jeanne Haris is pictured above holding some of the Scotties to be given members of the new Journal-American Pet Club for the best essays on "Why Everyone Should Be Kind to Animals." Other photo shows a scene from the MGM Pete Smith film, "Wanted-A Master," opening at Loew's Rochester Friday, April 9. Charter members of the Journal-American Pet Club will attend a special Saturday morning performance of this feature.

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Walks Into Auto, Nurse Hurt
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Suffers Head Injury When Knocked to Street by Car
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Knocked down when she walked into the side of an automobile while crossing Crittenden Boulevard late yesterday, Mrs. Margaret Loughlin, twenty-three, No. 410 Hawley Street, nurse at St. Mary's Hospital, suffered a possible fractured skull.
Mrs. Loughlin, who had been visiting at Strong Memorial Hospital, was placed in that institution's ambulance and taken to St. Mary's Hospital.
Her condition last night was reported as fair. The car involved in the accident was operated by James D. Bell, sixty-one, No. 54 Love Street, police report.

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Falls Sees Influx Of Europe Visitors
BUFFALO, Mar. 27. - Niagara Falls business men announced today they are preparing to welcome the greatest influx of European visitors since 1929 this summer.
True N. Hewitt, manager of the Industrial Agency and Convention Bureau said that European transportation systems are swamped with requests for information about Niagara Falls. Such inquiries are five times as great as any season since 1929 he said.

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The way to charm a man is with delicious food. Let Prudence Penny help you hold your man.
Turn to the Women's Pages.

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Roberta Welcomes Boys And Girls to New Pet Club
By BLANCHE STUART SCOTT
Known to thousands of Rochesterians for her broadcasts as "Roberta" over Station WSAY.
Boys and girls, whether you are large or small, I welcome you to the Pet Club!
Through the generosity of the Rochester Journal and Sunday American, one of the finest clubs in the city-one that we can all be proud of and a club that I am more than honored to be associated with.
We are going to have meetings, too. Several times a week in the Rochester Jornal and Sunday American we are to be allowed space for the news of our club and all it's doing. Isn't that just wonderful? You can write in and tell me stories about your pet, whether it is a dog, cat, canary, turtle, a goat or a chimpanzee. And I will tell all the others about them in our column.
If you are a member of the Pet club in good standing, and by that I mean, if you have not violated your pledge to be kind to animals, you will find the Pet Club right behind you and ready to do anything to help. For there are several very important persons in Rochester who are vitally interested in the club's success, among them William Boyink, superintendent of the Rochester Humane Society.
The mere fact you wear a button of the Pet Club will indicate to every one that you are one of those thoughtful persons who love animals and are pledged to protect them. Be proud to show your button to your friends, for it will be a badge of honor.
Don't forget that the Pet Club is to be a permanent organization, not just something to join and forget. And several times a week I will run a column which will be your club forum, open to all members. So join right away and be proud with me to be one of the charter members of the Pet Club.
After you have joined the club, address your letters to me. I will be glad and happy to cooperate with you.

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Fire Carnival
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Ridge-Culver Group In June Fete
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Plans for a carnival, including beauty and popularity contests among other features, to be held June 24 to 26, were announced last night by the Ridge-Culver Volunteer Firemen's Association. Proceeds will go to the Fire Company's general fund.
William Ringelstein is general chairman of the affair. His committee includes: Edmund Costich, Arno Brockman, Fred Erblance, Cletus Aman, Oscar Hoesel, Clarence Gansen. Edward Schvenemen, Vincent Mullany, George Seils, Tony Scalia, Jacob Schveneman, Frank Jacobs, Nill Vandergell, William Widman, Al Gamrod, Oscar Metcafle and Oliver Metcafle.

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Youth, 16 Admits Theft of Car
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Other Autos Said Taken For Joy Rides Found Near His Home
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Francis Hibbard, sixteen-year-old Henrietta youth, was given and adjournment to April 3 of first degree grand larceny charges after he had plead guilty in City Court.
He is suspected of taking eleven automobiles from State Street parking stations for "joy rides" withing the past few weeks.
Detectives William Foubister and Bernard Dailey picked him up in Mill Street last night when it was noted that he answered the description of the man garbed in wind-breaker and spats who had been seen in the vicinity from which cars were taken.
Specifically, detectives say he admitted taking an automobile owned by Milton Smith, No. 225 Chestnut Street, on March 23. Smith's machine, as well as most of the others taken, was recovered near Hibbard's home in West Henrietta Road.

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25 Bishops Due For Ordination
BUFFALO, Mar. 27. - More than twenty-five bishops of the Catholic Church will come to Buffalo on April 14 to take part in the installation of the Most Rev. John A. Duffy of Syracuse as seventh bishop of Buffalo. it was announced today. The prelates will come from all parts of the United States. Patrick Cardinal Hayes will preside at the ceremonies of installation.

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