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/: THE BATAVIA DAII^Y NEW S* ° Monday, March 1, 1965 DAILY REMINDERS MONDAY Lions Club, Centner’s Grill, 6:30 p. m. National Guard, 7:30 p. m. Genesee Symphony, Batavia High School, 7:30 p. m. Batavia Coin Club, Legion Home, 8 p. m. St. Joseph’s Senior Sodality, Iroquois Gas Corp., 8 p. m. Batavia Branch, National Assn. of Hairdressers and Cos­ metologists, Harper Method Shop, 7:30 p. m. Sun sets 6. TUESDAY Sun rises 6:50; sun sets 6:01. Elks Lodge, 8 p. m. ' National Guard, 7:30 p. m. YWCA Comrade Club, 6 p. m. PoM Falconettes, 7:30 p. m. Rotary Club, Moose Home, 12:15 p. m. Sertoma Club, Legion Home, 6:30 p. m. First Methodist Azalia Guild, 7:45 p. m. Temple Emanu-El Sister­ hood, 8 p. m. Batavia Jayeees, Legion Homfe, 8 p. m. Knights of Columbus Ladies Auxiliary, 8 p. m. * Veterans of Foreign Wars Auxiliary, 8 p. m. First Baptist father and son banquet, 6:45 p. m. Batavia-Genesee Zonta Club, Treadway Inn, noon. Charles L. Carter Chapter of DeMolay, Masonic Temple, 7:30 p. m. Batavia Study Club, Miss Eleanor Haitz, 10 Thomas Ave., 9:30 a. m. Holland Purchase Historical Society, First Methodist Church, 6:30 p. m. First Methodist Naomi Cir­ cle, Mrs. Kenneth Stone, 22 Northern Blvd., 7:45 p. m. MAILS CLOSE AT POST OFFICE Week Days ............... .... 6:30 p, m Sundays and Holidays .. 3:30 p. m. Stamp Windows 8:30 a. m. to 5 p. m. Lest You Forget 1952’cars must be inspected this month. * * * When the Municipal Ice Rink is in operation, the hours are 7 to 10 p. m. weekdays and 2 to 10 p. m. Saturdays and 2 to 9 p. m. Sundays. To learn if the rink is open, call 343-9857. t * * * Be sure to Include Zip Code num­ bers on mail. Batavians receiving carrier service have 14C20 as their number. * • * Holland Land Office Museum open Wednesday through Saturday 10 a. m. to 5 p. m., also Sundays, 2 to 5 p. m. Group visits by ap­ pointment may be arranged by. calling 343-4727 or 762-8522. * * * V. S. Senators — Jacob Javits, Robert F. Kennedy. Mail may be addressed to them at the XJ. S. Senate Offic i>. C., 20510. to his home in Pavilion after being a surgical patient at Gene* see Memorial Hospital, Mrs. Wallace Stanton of Rt. 237, Byron, is home from St Jerome Hospital with her in fant daughter, Kelly Jean. Mrs. Ellsworth Welker of the Gilbert St. Rd., Le Roy, is home from St. Jerome Hospital with her infant daughter, Wendy Lou. Mrs. Louis Antignani of 53 Swan St., who was a surgical patient at Genesee Memorial Hospital, returned home Sun­ day. Mrs. Laura Warner of 16 Dewey Ave. has returned home from Genesee Memorial Hospi­ tal after being a medical pati­ ent. Mrs. Frank Pellegrino of 106 Osterhout Ave. has been dis­ charged from St, Jerome Hospi tal where she was a medical patient. Mrs. Richard Kosciolek of 16 William St. returned home Sun­ day from Genesee Memorial Hospital with her infant daugh­ ter, Annette. James R. Hedtke, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest O. Hedtke of 3 Charles St., is a surgical patient at Highland Hospital in Rochester. , Thomas Caruso, 6, son of Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Caruso of 366 Bank St., has returned home after being a surgical patient at Genesee Memorial Hospital. Richard Brown, 6, son of Mr. and Mrs. Donald W. Brown of 23 Genesee St., Attca, has re­ turned home after being a medi­ cal patient at Genesee Memorial Hospital.- Brian Dutton, 7, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Dutton of the Bernd Rd., Pavilion, was dis charged Sunday from Genesee Memorial Hospital where he was a medical patient. v Victor H. Brown of 3024. West Main Rd., president of .Vic’s Aluminum Window and Door Co., left by plane Saturday to attend the Nersica National Home Improvement and Re­ modeling Exposition at the New York Coliseum. He was accom­ panied by Wayne B. Toal of 8621 Hopkins Rd. ice Bldg., Washington 25, Congressman — Rep. Barber B Conable Jr., House Office Bldg., Washington 25, D. C., 20515. State Senator — Sen. Kenneth Willard, New York State Senate, Capitol, Albany, N. Y., 12224. Assemblyman — James A. Car tnichael Jr., State Assembly, Capitol, Albany, N. Y., 12224. MERE MENTIONS —There will be a meeting of Boy Scout Troop 1 of St. James Church at 7:15 p. m. Tuesday at the John Kennedy School. •—First Baptist Annelu Ray White Cross Circle will haye a work meeting at 8 this evening with Mrs. Clement Conley of 56 South Main St. —Mrs. A. Ward Hunting will present the program at a meet­ ing of the Wednesday Study Club at 9:30 a. m. with Mrs Norman E. St. Clair of 316 Washington Ave. —The film strip, “Flower Ar­ rangements of Williamsburg, Va.” will be shown by Mrs. Edward H. Burleigh to mem­ bers of the Batavia Town and Country Garden Club meeting Wednesday at 9:30 a. m. at her home, 57 South Main St. PERSONALS Mrs. Dominic Garafalo and her infant son of 5 Wood St. are home from St. Jerorne Hospital. Mrs. Paul Schogoleff is home at 7 Vernon Ave. after being a medical patient at St. Jerome Hospital. Mrs. Martin Jacek and infant son, Dean Martin, of 400 Ellicott St., are liome from Genesee Me­ morial Hospital. James Cino of 35 Maple St. is convalescing at home after undergoing surgery at Genesee Memorial Hospital. Charles Ficarella of 32 Cherry St. has been discharged from St. Jerome Hospital. He was a medical patient. Mrs. Arthur Tomaszewski and infant daughter of 119 Swan St. have been discharged from St. Jerome Hospital. Samuel Battaglia, of 34 North St., Le Roy, who was a medical patient at St. Jerome Hospital, hes returned home. Mrs. Kenneth Currier , of 8222 State St. is improving at her home following surgery at Gene­ see Memorial Hospital. Joseph Mazur has returned home to 23 West Main St., Cor­ fu, after being a medical patient at St. Jerome Hospital. James E. Noble has returned • i Peace Corps Tests Set March 13th An opportunity for Batavia area residents to test their ap­ titudes for Peace Corps service will come at 8:30 a. m., Satur­ day, March 13, at the Batavia Post Office. The opportunity is the Peace Corps Placement Test. It is not passed or failed, but simply in­ dicates where your greatest potential lies. The Peace Corps Questionnaire, which must be filled out and brought to the exam unless proviously sub­ mitted, tells what an applicant has done in the past. But the placement test is aimed at showing what he or she can do in the future. Applicants do not have to register for the test ahead of time. The Peace Corps Question­ naire can be obtained at all Post Offices.* On college cam­ puses, they are available at college placement centers or the offices of Peace Corps Liai­ son officers, who are members of the faculty or college admin­ istration. If you can’t find a Questionnaire* write the Peace Corps, Washington, D. C. 20525. There are two parts to the Peace Corps Placement Test: a general aptitude test and a modent language aptitude test (for which knowledge of a for­ eign language is not necessary). Applicants should plan on about one and a half hours at the testing center, unless they wish to take the Spanish or French language achievement tests, which requires an additional hour. v Test results are used, with the character references and questionnaires, to estimate the applicant’s potential for com­ pleting the intensive training program and his ability to be an effective Volunteer over­ seas. Clinics Set In Corfu Area For Wednesday The Genesee County Health Department in co-operation with school health services announces that preschool clinics will be held at Corfu Elementary School Wednesday at 9 a. m. and at East Pem­ broke School, Wednesday at 10:30 a. ni. Immunization against small­ pox, ' diphtheria, whooping cough, tetanus and poliomye- , litis will be given. Preschool children who need any or ail of the above im­ munisations are invited to attend. Troop Patrol Nabs Driver After Chase Bureau of Criminal Investiga­ tion officers of Troop A, State Police, took over the probe af­ ter a man who gave a Rochester address wasi apprehended by a patrol in a chase on Rt. 5 in the western section of Genesee Coun­ ty early this morning. Officers siaid they want to know more about a man who eventually identified himself as Thomas L. Wright and who gave a Rochester address. Wright, they said, was at the wheel of a car which was stop ped by Troopers J. W. Anna and T. W. Kennedy after a chase eastward on Rt. 5 about 4 a. m. through the town of Pembroke for about five miles from the Brick House Corners intersec tion, Wright was officially charged with speeding at 75 miles an hour, being an unlicensed driver, displaying a fictitious license and having an inadequate muf­ fler. . Justice of the Peace E. Harry Miller of East Pembroke impos­ ed $70 in fines which Wright did not pay. He was remanded to the Genesee County Jail for 70 days. '** Trooper Anna said Wright of­ fered a license bearing the name Robert L. Nesmith of Rochester, who later proved to be the pas­ senger in the car. Troopers said Wright was trip­ ped when ordered to sign his name and made a mistake in spelling as well as having the signature different than Nes­ mith’s. Nesmith paid $25 in fines on charges of permitting an unli­ censed operator and giving his icense to an unlicensed driver. Births Perry Brothers Draw $50 Fines After \Clash .// A family squabble which be­ gan in a Perry tavern Friday night ended with two partici­ pants facing charges in Police Court. The combatants, Harold Krauss, 29/ and Keith Krauss, 33, Perry brothers, pleaded guilty to charges of disorderly conduct when arraigned before Police Justice Ralph J. Scholes: Justice Scholes fined each $50, suspended 60-day jail sentences and placed the two on probation for one year. In -addition,, he ordered payment of $100 to Chester Kiley, owner of the Villa Capri, covering damages to fur­ niture and vending machines. Unless such payment is made before March 15, the justice or­ dered the jail sentences served. Justice Scholes said a disparag­ ing remark about a family member started fists flying. Six Injured In Collision; Summons Issued Six persons, including a 14- month-old girl who has been vis­ iting her aunt .and uncle in Hol­ ey, were injured in a two-car crash at Rt. 31 and Redman Rd., Sweden, shortly after noon Sunday.. The baby/ Cynthia Ann Kul- czyk of Lackawanna, suffered a possible concussion and was taken to Strong Memorial Hos­ pital in Rochester where she was reported in “satisfactory” condition last night. She was riding in a car driv­ en by her uncle, William J. Kas ter Jr., 22, of Ridge Mobile Es­ tates, Holley. State Police said he was traveling south in Red­ man Rd., ran a stop sign at the. intersection and was struck broadside by a car going east in Rt. 31. Kaster was treated for cuts at Lakeside Memorial Hospital in BrocKport, His wife,.Marcia, 2 or a passenger, suffered necK and* back injuries and was re­ ported in satisfactory condition there. Three occupants in the other car were treated for lacerations at Lakeside Memorial, They were David A. Hart, 26, of County Line Rid., Brockport* his wife, Rosalie;, 23, and their daughter, Debra, 2. Kaster was charged withjrun- ning a stop sign* FO R G L A S S SEE G L A D E Phone IF! 3-2809 #1 School Street Alignment of the Front End by Visualmer $7.50 Ron & New't Service East Pembroke 7*2*9122 BROWN — At Genesee Me­ morial Hospital at 12:46 p.m., Feb. 26, 1965, to Edward Jr. and Linda Hudson Brown of Main St., Corfu, a daughter. BRUSIE — At Genesee Me­ morial Hospital at 3:29 p.m., Feb. 27, 1965, to Howard and Eileen Jackson Brusie of 7012 Maple St., Basom, a son, Howard Manchester. BURLING—At Genesee Me­ morial Hospital at 10:20 a.m., Feb. 28, 1965, to James A. and Marlene Bateman Burling of 3 Gibson PI., Bergen, a son, Lyle , Wayne. GROUND-At Genesee* Me­ morial Hospital at 9:45 p.m., Feb. 27, 1965, to Gilbert and DeEtta Reuben Ground of 7747 Hopkins Rd., Basom, a son, Franklin Roger. HYDE—At St. Jerome Hos­ pital at 3:03 p.m., Feb. 28, 1965, to Carl and Catherine Horgan Hyde of 45 Church St., Le Roy, a daughter. JOLICOEUR — At St. Jer­ ome Hospital at 5:06 p.m., Feb. 27, 1965, to Francis and Marie Latulipp Jolicoeur of 13^ Forest Ave., Oakfield, a son, John Michael. N E R I— At St. Jerome Hos­ pital at 10:48 p.m., Feb. 27, 1965, to Michael and Veima Stevens Neri of the Sand Hill Rd., Caledonia, a son, Mark Anthony. PATTERSON — At Genesee Memorial Hospital at 4 a.m., Feb. 28,1965, to Richard and Dorothy Bowen Patterson of Alexander, a daughter, Janet. POCOCK — At Genesee Me­ morial Hospital at 1:25 p.m., Feb. 26, 1965, to Warren and Sharon Voorhees Pocock of the Pocock Rd., Bergen, a daughter, Dawn Leslie. SCHWAB-At the 97th Gen­ eral Hospital, Frankfurt, Ger­ many, at 5 a.m. Feb. 25, 1965, to Spec./4c Alvin ahd Karen Farrington Schwab, a son, weighing 8 pounds, 2 ounces, Lowell Alvin. Spec. Schwab, who is serving in the U.S. Army, is the son of Mr. and Mrs. John Schwab of Maple Ave., Corfu. Mrs. Schwab is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ldwell Farrington of the Sim- onds Rd., Corfu. SHAUGHNESSY — At St. Jerome Hospital at 11:12 p.m., Feb. 27, 1965, to Thomas and Phyllis Vokes Shaughnessy of 10 South Dr., Caledonia, a daughter, Patricia Florence. VIDEAN — At St. Jerome Hospital at 5:26 p.m., Feb. 27, 1965, to Frederick and Charlotte Reedhead Videan of 17 North St., Churchville, a son, David Michael. WELLS—At St. Jerome Hos­ pital at 9:45 p.m., Feb. 26, 1965, to George and Anna Keuhnlein Wells of 2077 West Main Rd., Corfu, a son, Mi­ chael Andrew. W IE S S - A t St. Joseph’s In­ ter-Community Hospital, Buf­ falo, at 9 a.m., Feb. 26, 1965, to William and Geraldine Florek Wiess of 8037 State St. Rd., a son, Jeffrey Brian. Legislator Cites Medicare DIED WOOLSTON-At St. Jerome Hospital at 4:03 a.m., Feb. 27, 1965, infant son of Elmer and Edna Costich Woolston of Basom. Housing for the elderly, arid “a good effective medicare pro­ gram,” are cited by Genesee County’s Assemblyman as prime issue!?. i Assemblyman James A. Car­ michael Jr. endorsed housing and the Johnson administra­ tion’s proposed medical care program for the aged, under Social Security before some 300 Democratic Party faithful at a “candidates” program Sunday afternoon at the American Le­ gion home here in Le Roy. The freshman assemblyman appeared in behalf of the sched­ uled speaker, Assemblyman Charles F. Stockmeister of Rochester, who was in Albany for a Democratic women’s meeting. “About 70 per cent of the calls I receive,” Carmichael told the crowd, “come from older peo­ ple who say they are encounter­ ing difficulty in meeting medical bills.” He said he is convinced of the need and desirability of “medicare.” Carmichael’s re­ marks drew applause from his listeners. Candidates appearing at the meeting were Samuel C. Scinta and James T. Sheflin, Demo­ cratic nominees for village trustee, in the March 16 elec­ tion. Carmichael said he believes a measure now under study in committee to abolish New York State’s death penalty will draw support from both Democratic and Republican lawmakers suf­ ficient to assure passage. Chairmen Are Named For Program Committee chairmen have been named for the annual May Day program being sponsored by the Notre Dame Home-School Association. Mr. and Mrs. John O’Malley of Le Roy are general chairmen. Assisting are Mr. and Mrs. Dominic C. Mancuso, finance; Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Callahan, kitchen; Mr. and Mrs. Francis Beswick, dining room, and Dr. and Mrs. Emil Kimaid, flowers and decorations. During the monthly business meeting, the Rev. S. Paul Ayaub the Notre Dame faculty showed color slides taken on a tour of Europe last year. The views included typical architec­ ture and scenery in Italy, Aus­ tria, France, England, Holland Belgium, Germany and Switzer­ land. Parents of students from St Joseph’s parish in Batavia served refreshments under the direction of Mrs. Anthony Peca, chairman, and Mrs. Charles Pero, co-chairman. The Rev. James Cotter, moderator, gave the opening and closing prayers. Stephen T. Gongol, vice-presi­ dent, presided. License Lack Costs $20 Albert E. Moreton, 39, of 232 Edison St., Buffalo, pleaded guilty'in City Court today to failure to produce an operator’s license and was fined $20 by City Judge Arthur F. McGetti- gan. He was charged at 4:05 a.m. today when stopped during a routine check by Patrolman Frank A. Lachnicht. A passenger in the ear, George A. Shaw Jr., 24, of 5 North Pearl St., Buffalo, was given a 10-day suspended sen­ tence on a plea of guilty to a vagrancy charge. State Rule Applying To Batavia A ruling of State Education Commissioner James E. Allen, Jr. supporting the controversial principals’ pay legislation will affect only the City School Dist. in Genesee County. In what was considered a test case, Commissioner Allen held that the Middletown Board of Education must make princi­ pal’s pay retroactive. He said his decision applied to all con­ tracts made after the Legisla­ ture enacted the law last March. Under the statute, when a school Board raised the salary of its highest paid teachers, it must grant principals an in­ crease twice that given to teachers. The Le Roy Central Dist. is not involved since it did not in­ crease the top salaries of teach­ ers and both principals are re­ latively new and well over the limits, under the ruling. All six districts in the Supervisory Dist. complied with the regulations. The City Board last June adopted its new salary schedule that met the state provisions in most instances, but to make all the changes would have meant deviating from the sche­ dule that includes responsibility and ratio factors. At that time, the State Education Dept, said schedules adopted before July 1 would not have to comply to the provision. Commissioner Allen’s ruling apparently reverses that since he referred to all contracts made after the Legislation was enacted last March. District Business Administrator Theo­ dore A. Surowka said he will have to make a study to deter­ mine how this might affect the district. It involves only about $400 .! Falling Cargo Damages Sign A traffic sign at Pearl St. and Oak St. Ext. was damaged about 2:30 a.m. today when several sheets of steel and rolls of steel bands fell from a trac- tor-trailer as it turned the cor­ ner. Anthony J. Galasso Jr. of Lancaster told police he was turning north into the Oak St. Ext. from Pearl St. when 30 of the 4-by-8-foot steel plates and 12 rolls of steel bands fell from the truck, striking and damaging a sign at the corner. The fallen items were reload­ ed and the driver proceeded on Ms way after the incident was reported. Fire School Record Class To Get A record class of graduates — 139 — will be honored at the 16th annual Fire School Banquet next Saturday evening at the Moose Home. Members of fire departments throughout the county will re­ ceive Training School cer­ tificates. The course represents 192 hours of instruction. Charities Sets Higher Budget For the Diocese Provision for operation of the Batavia District office of Cath­ olic Charities, St. Luke’s Manor and a Perry facility are includ­ ed in the $1,644,817 budget adopt­ ed at the annual meeting of the Board of Trustees of Catholic Charities in Buffalo. This is $126,000 higher than the current budget. The budget provides $37,550 for the Batavia office, which serves Genesee, Orleans and Wyoming counties, $20,500 for St. Luke’s Manor and $7,259 for the Infant Jesus Day Nursery in Perry. The Rev. Samuel J. McCoy, formerly of Le Roy, is chairman of the budget committee, Mem­ bers of the Board of Trustees in­ clude the Rt. Rev. Msgr. Eugene A. Loftus, formerly of East Pem­ broke; the Rt. Rev. Msgr. James T. Sullivan of Miedina, County Judge Philip J. Weiss of Batavia and Joseph M. Murnan of Le Roy. Mental Health Set at Corfu CORFU - Wednesday is the date of a mental health pro­ gram in the auditorium of the Corfu Elementary School un­ der the sponsorship of the Cor­ fu and East Pembroge PTA Associations at 8:30 p. m. The speaker will be Dr. Rita Griffith, Ph. D. of Batavia, whose topic will be “The Needs of Mental Health in Genesee County.” This is an open meeting for anyone interested. Refresh­ ments will be served after the meeting. There will be no ad­ mission charge. Teen Tops will hold a baked goods sale in Zauner’s Hard­ ware Friday, beginning at 4 p. m. Corfu Volunteer Firemen will hold their 12th. annual fish supper in the Corfu Elementary School cafeteria beginning at 5 p. m. on Wednesday, March 10. Herbert Bell of East Main St. is a patient in Genesee Me­ morial Hospital in Batavia. Capt. Loren J. Michel of the Batavia department is the Coun­ ty Mutual Aid fire instructor in charge of the school. Due to the size of the class, reservations are limited. The event will begin at 7 p. m. Charles Dorman of Albany, deputy director of the State Di­ vision of Fire Safety, will be the speaker. Is Pledged To Fraternity Richard George Peterson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Peterson of 5 Pickthorn Dr. has been pledged to Aeaeia frater­ nity following Rush Week activ­ ities at Illinois Wesleyan Uni­ versity, Bloomington, 111. The student graduated from Libertyville High School, Lib- ertyville, 111., in 1964 and is a Freshman at 1WU. The Show Goes On MANCUSO — “Sylvia” 7:15 and 9.28. DIPSON BATAVIA — “Dear Brigitte” 7:20-9:20. m * Treat of the Week Chocolate Wafers Washer Parts Dryer Parts We Are Back In The Service Again! We Will Service any Make Washer and Dryer WE HAVE THE PARTS, NO WAITING All Work Guaranteed Prompt Service Batavia Washing Machine & Appliance Co. 240 Ellicott St., Batavia Fl 3-2295 Vacuum Cleaner Parts Small Appliance Parts Conable Named To Task Force WASHINGTON - Rep. Barber B. Conable Jr. of Alexander, was named Friday as one of 12 mem­ bers of a House GOP task force on economic opportunity. The panel was appointed by Rep. Charles Goodell, of James­ town, chairman of the Commit­ tee on Planning and Research of the House Republican Confer­ ence. The task force’s function will be to explore and make recom­ mendations on the problems in­ volved in “increasing the up­ ward mobility of individuals of middle and lower incomes.” I s Y o u r M o n e y L o a f i n g ? — Or Is it Working for You? If Your Money Is Loafing, Perhaps It’s Because You Haven’t Invested it Properly, Study This Table--- And See the Difference Between Loafing And Working Money - - - K ustas K / lUSTAS HANDIES 88 Main St. SPECIAL THIS WEEK ONLY Sponge Taffy *l!iib j*o j> A c n * c a l k ! au > m a i l oa A v i l I tfc coTwemimjct' o{/uowi own/ tfa. to cActrtt you/ts \ Jhafwiki to C cJipdbruj i»f€ jins 4JMI, OWU t^dnaf.us, tvfotJuvLr JLfc Ccutrrrv o'tMatO/- dbi&fuL, a nuf <n uycJL-to ***£ caAfJxmMyOUA, CoCfohinuUs, uxttot A dauJK.ft/UoAuCt flu*Utl Loafing M o n e y (Not Invested) $1,000.00 ............................. 1.000.00 • 11 • i « m i 111 1.000.00 1,000.00 ............................. 1,000.00 ............................. 1,000.00 . ........................... 1^000.00 .. ........................... 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