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LE ROY PENNYSAVER & NEWS - AUGUST 6, 2023 Just A Reminder ... WILL BE CLOSED Aug. 26th at Noon thru Sept. 4th Re-open - Sept. 5th at 9:00 am Achievements Ashley Michel, has been named to the Dean's List for the 2023 Spring semester at St John Fisher University. Emma Efing, has been named to the Dean's List for the 2023 Spring semester at SUNY Cortland. The following students have graduated from Rochester Institute of Technology Spring 2023; Nicholas Kelly, Byron, NY, received a degree in software engineering (BS). Jacob Gualtieri, LeRoy, NY, received a degree in computer engineering (BS). Michaela Mesiti, LeRoy, NY, received a degree in science, technology and public policy (MS). The following students have been named to the SUNY GCC Spring 2023 President's List; Natalie Utz, Bergen, NY. Emily Johnson, Bergen, NY. Kaitlyn Windhauser, Bergen, NY. Joan-Marie Gabalski, Byron, NY. Bryanne Puma, Byron, NY. Sean Whiting, LeRoy, NY. Brock Flint, LeRoy, NY. Makayla Grant, LeRoy, NY. Amy Kaplun, LeRoy, NY. Willard Prevost, LeRoy, NY. Maille Martin, LeRoy, NY. Lauren Russell, Pavilion, NY. The following students have been named to the SUNY GCC Spring 2023 Provost's List; Jacob Cone, Stafford, NY. Amara Condidorio, LeRoy, NY. Matthew Bolton, LeRoy, NY. Dylan Dziekan, Pavilion, NY. Le Roy's Best Advertising Medium EDITOR/PUBLISHER David J. Grayson editor@leroyny.com CIRCULATION editor@leroyny.com HOW TO CONTACT US STREET ADDRESS 1 Church St. Le Roy, NY 14482 TELEPHONE (585) 768-2201 FAX (585) 768-6334 WEBSITE www.leroyny.com CLASSIFIEDS office@leroyny.com COMMUNITY CALENDAR SUBMISSIONS calendar@leroyny.com EDITORIAL SUBMISSIONS editor@leroyny.com DISPLAY AD SUBMISSIONS office@leroyny.com ALL SUBMISSIONS Due by Wednesday at 12pm The Le Roy Pennysaver will not knowingly accept or publish advertising which is fraudulent or misleading in nature. The publisher reserves the right to reject or cancel any advertising. The Le Roy Pennysaver assumes no financial responsibility for typographical errors in advertisements, but if at fault, will reprint the portion of the ad in which the error appears. Style, size of type and location of advertisement are left to the, discretion of the publisher. The opinions expressed in this publication are not necessarily those of the publisher. We cannot guarantee the return of photographs. © 2023 Le Roy Pennysaver Look at our WEBSITE for lots of ideas! www.lakestreetflorist.com Lakestreet Florist & Gift Shoppe We Deliver To: LE ROY, Byron, Bergen, Caledonia, Mumford, Pavilion, Wyoming, Stafford & Batavia Teleflora Wire Service For Family & Friends Out of Town 585-768-7720 110 Lake St., Le Roy COOK'S LANDSCAPING - 330-3819 Like Us On Facebook Lakestreet Florist 8352 HOURS: Mon. - Thurs. 9-5:30 · Fri. 9-5:00 · Sat. 9-2:00 Postponement of Annual Flag Disposal Ceremony The annual American Legion Flag Disposal of non-serviceable flags will NOT BE HELD on August 13 at the Northwoods Sportsman Club at this time. An alternate date will be announced. Until that time, please continue to drop off unserviceable flags at the Legion, 53 West Main Street. Time Specials! TFWEB424 Heat Wave $52.95 + tax & delivery TFWEB433 Delightfully Daisy $32.95 + tax Container May Vary Celebrating 36 years 1987-2023 CASH & CARRY SPECIAL Celebrate August Birthdays & Anniversaries HALF PRICE SALE Thrift Shop First Presbyterian Church • Corner of Main & Clay St., LeRoy Kitchenware • Puzzles • Toys • Bedding Dishes • Small Furniture • DVDs • Jewelry Tuesday AUG. 8th 10A-12P & 4-5:30P Saturday AUG. 12th 10A-12P First Presbyterian Chur • f ain & Clay St., LeRoy Kitchenware • Puzzles • Toys • Bedding Dishes • Small Furniture • DVDs • Jewelry Tuesday AU . 8t 10A-12P & 4-5:30P aturday . 12th 10A-12P

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LE ROY PENNYSAVER & NEWS - AUGUST 6, 2023 Henry Ford by Lynne Belluscio One hundred and one years ago, on August 1, 1922, Henry Ford was stopped in LeRoy for speeding. Ford’s favorite chauffeur, George Burns was at the wheel, and they were trying to make the late-night boat from Buffalo to Detroit. Henry had been camping in the Adirondacks with his friends, Thomas Edison and Harvey Firestone. Patrolman Raymond Damier stopped them and said that he clocked them at 43 miles per hour. Ford was ordered to pay $30 fine on the spot. (nearly $500 today) and Burns was ordered to appear before Justice MacPherson a few days later. Ford hired a lawyer from Batavia and forfeited the $30. The event was reported in the New York Times which probably made Ford even more irate. He wanted the whole event removed from the record. Part of the problem came about in 1918 when New York State changed the traffic laws. Before then, all the towns and villages had to send all their traffic fines to Albany. This money was used to defray the cost of highway maintenance. After 1918, many towns were more than glad to add the speeding fines to their coffers. Speed traps were all along the state, from one end of New York to the other. There were two sides to the story. With the increased motor traffic, there were more accidents. The LeRoy Gazette printed an article that mentioned that a judge in Detroit had come to the conclusion that fines were not enough to discourage speeding motorists and he proposed that the speeder be put in jail and that they should be made to go to the local hospitals “where children, maimed by reckless driving, spend their lives in misery.” The Perry Herald praised the situation in LeRoy – “Main Street in LeRoy in the height of the tourist season is one of the most dangerous streets for traffic and pedestrians in this part of the state.” Henry Ford was mentioned: “there should not be distinction in enforcing the laws whether a man is rich or poor.” In the meantime, Ford had the Automobile Club of Buffalo erect signs on either side of town: “SPEED TRAP TOURISTS WARNED AGAINST DRIVING FASTER THAN FIFTEEN MILES AN HOUR THROUGH THIS TOWN.” I discovered the photograph of the sign in the archives at the Ford Museum in Detroit, along with many letters, newspaper clippings and related material. As one of the archivists said, “Henry Ford didn’t get mad. He got even.” I also heard another story that Ford believed that if you had a car that went fast, you should be able to drive that speed. When Ford left his home in Detroit and headed north to his country home, the staff would notify the police along the route. They knew enough not to stop him. Ford wasn’t happy with the folks in LeRoy. He complained that the letters on the speed signs were too small. He questioned how the police officer could make an arrest outside the village limits. The newspaper reported “Le Roy Awakes to Reputation It Has Gained - Tourists Shun Village – Manufacturers Receive Letters Threatening Boycott of Products.” But eventually, the situation was settled. Ford was assured by the head of Jell-O, Mr. Gilfilin, and the LeRoy Retail BusinessAssociation that “tourists passing through Le Roy, after having passed thru the thickly congested business district of the town, would not be molested; that the traffic officer would be paid a salary and especially instructed that he not hide behind fences, in alleys and places of that kind to pounce out upon the public and make arrests...” In 2006, the Historical Society recreated the arrest of Henry Ford. Dr. Bruce Baker portrayed the irate Henry Ford. Officer Dampier was portrayed by Gene Jancowski who rode his vintage Harley motorcycle. Judge MacPherson was played by Justice Kermit Arrington, who took Ford’s $30 and then took everyone for some ice tea at the Depot. An interesting note. On August 1, 1922, Henry Ford was riding in a Lincoln, not a Ford. Six months earlier, on February 4, Henry Ford had bought the Lincoln Motor Company from Henry Leland for $8 million. Henry Ford’s Visit to LeRoy

LE ROY PENNYSAVER & NEWS - AUGUST 6, 2023 2023 Olmsted Scholarship Recipients The First Presbyterian Church of LeRoy has awarded Michael Covert and Maveric McKenzie with Olmsted Scholarships. Michael Covert (Left) will attend The Ohio State University in Business Administration. Maveric McKenzie (Right) will attend Nazareth University majoring in Physical Therapy. The Le Roy American Legion, Botts-Fiorito Post 576 is seeking nominees for selection as the 2023 “LeRoyan of the Year Award”. This year will mark the 54th year in which the Award has been presented. The award is sponsored as part of the four pillars of the American Legion ”Americanism” program and recognizes people who demonstrate the following qualities: • A man or woman who exemplifies the true spirit of Americanism, its ideals, love of flag and country, regardless of race, color or creed • Good citizenship by carrying out these principles, often beyond what is expected • Service to the community, signified by excellence in life of purpose and accomplishments Award Banquet will be held Saturday, October 14th, 2023 at 6:00PM Submission forms may be picked up at the American Legion, 53 West Main Street. Or you may submit your own version but must include as a minimum: • Individual’s service to the community, church, or volunteer organization(s) • In addition, service may include volunteer time in schools, hospitals, church; any position the individual may have or held and length of service Mail or drop off sealed submissions to: American Legion, Botts-Fiorito Post 576 Attn: Jerry Diskin LeRoyan of the Year Award Committee 53 West Main Street LeRoy, New York 14482-1426 OR e-mail to gdiskin@rochester.rr.com Botts-Fiorito Post #576. American Legion LeRoy, New York Announces the 2023 “LeRoyan of the Year Award” Deadline for submission of nominations is Tuesday, August 29th, 2023 LeRoy Police Vehicles Cost Saving Efforts In an effort to reduce operational costs, the LeRoy Police Department has been purchasing used police vehicles directly from other Law Enforcement agencies. We have been doing this for the last several years and the program has been a success. The Federal program we participate in offers low mileage, fully-equipped police vehicles to law enforcement agencies for a fraction of the cost. After purchase, our mechanics go over the police vehicle to ensure its safe and ready for the road. A large majority of the vehicles offered for purchase come in white. Moving forward, when we replace an older unit, we will replace it with white. We have also switched out decals- our old decal set cost around $1,200 per vehicle. Our new decals cost about $75 dollars per vehicle and are printed by Genesee County Highway. The patrol car pictured cost a total of $8,500 dollars. If this vehicle was purchased and equipped new, it would cost almost $50,000 dollars!

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