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6 THE BATAVIA DAILY NEWS Wednesday AprU 7 , 1965' D A IL Y R E M I N D E R S W E D N E S D A Y Eagles Aerie, 8 p. m. Pompoms TOPS, YWCA, 8 p. m. YWCA Rainbow Club, 6:30 p.m. Lioness Club, Gentner’s Restaurant, 7 p, m. St. Joseph’s Home-School Assn., 8 p. m. York Opera Co. in “Girl Crazy,” State School for the Blind, 8 p, m. Union Lenten service, Queens College Choir con­ cert, at First Presbyterian Church, 8 p. m. Sun sets 6:48. THURSDAY Sun rises 5:42; sun sets 6:50. Veterans of Foreign Wars, 8 p. m. American Legion Auxiliary, 8 p. m. Kiwanis Club, at the Moose Home, 12:05 p. m. First Baptist Wentworth Class supper, 6:30 p. m. First Methodist Olmstead Class supper, 6:30 p. m. Batavia Council 325, Knights of Columbus, 8 p.m. Batavia Players board, Mrs. Ted Snell, 11 Ross St., 8 p, m. Batavia Commandery, Knights Templar, Masonic Temple, 8 p. m. Catherine McAuley School of Practical Nursing Alum­ nae, 7:30 p* m. Genesee County Vocation­ al Conference, Batavia High School, 7:45 p. m. Daffy Damsels Economies Extension Unit, Mrs. John. Hodgins, 47 Montclair Ave., 8 p. m. Merry Makers Home Dem­ onstration Unit, Mrs. William Montague, W z Thomas Ave., 7:30 .p.m. S t a t e S c h o o l M u s i c E v e n t P r o v e s R a r e E x p e r i e n c e A rare experience was had by a good number of the musica community Saturday evening The event, held in Seveme Hal at the State School for the Blind was the annual AAIB Massec Chorus Concert. The chorus o; about 175 children from six schools for the blind in the East­ ern United States was directed by Henry A. Emmans. A smal chamber orchestra of area mu­ sicians and the organ played by James E. Reyes of the New York Institute accompanied th chorus. The large chorus stood for the entire program and filled al available space on the stage Unfortunately, it was sometimes very difficult to hear those mem­ bers who were placed across the back of the stage. The program opened with Schubert’s “Mass in G” accom aanied by organ and orchestra. This work is a favorite of stu dents and directors in the schools for the blind. Three soloists from the Batavia area, Miss Dorcas A. Hill, William J. Boland and Robert O. Mona­ ghan, sang the beautifully writ- L e s t Y o u F o r g e t 1953 cars must b e inspected this month. * * • Be sure to include Zip Code num­ bers on mail. Batavians receiving carrier service have 14020 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. * * * U. S. Senators — Jacob Javits, Robert F. Kennedy. Mail may be addressed to them at the U, S Senate Office Bldg., Washington, D . C., 20510. Congressman — Rep. Barber B. Conable Jr., House Office Bldg., W ashington, D. C., 20515. State Senator — Sen. Kenneth Willard, New York State Senate, Capitol, Albany, N. Y., 12224. Assemblyman — James A . Car- michael Jr., State Assembly, Capitol, Albany, N. Y., 12224. * * * State and Federal income tax. re­ turns must be filed by midnight April 15. WERE MENTIONS —Mrs. WMam: Montague of 20% Thomas Ave. will be hostess to the Merry Makers Home Demonstration Unit at 7:30 p. m. Thursday. —The Luther Club and St. Paul’s Club of St. Paul Lutheran Church will have a joint meet­ ing and Bible hour at 8 p. m. Friday at the church, —Raymond T. Byrne* will show slides of his teaching as­ signment in India at a supper meeting of the First Baptist Wentworth Class at 6:30 p. m. Thursday. —“Wives of the Poets” is the theme of the program for the Conversation Class meeting at 9-.30 a. m. Friday at the home of Mrs. L. Lee Muleahy of 411 East Main St. Mrs. Robert W. Carr is in charge. —“Foods for Entertaining,” a public demonstration for which no tickets are needed, will be given Thursday at 1:30 p. m. at the Iroquois Gas Co. office. The foods prepared will be given to those attending. ten “Benedictus” as well as other solo parts. Earl Bugbee, a student at the State School, performed De­ bussy’s “Premiere Rhapsodie’ for clarinet accompanied by Miss Carol iSergisson. This dif­ ficult work was thoughtfully and well played by an ad­ vanced student who knows how to make a taxing work hang together and sound musical The “Festival Te Deum” of Benjamin Britten, perhaps the most difficult work on the pro­ gram, was heard after the in­ termission. This is the kind of work that the directors always describe as one that has to be taught in greatest detail tak­ ing nothing for granted, and from a variety Of approaches The seemingly simple flowing phrases of the first section must fit against a background of pre­ cisely placed dissonant chords. The six choirs each learned this work with some differences in tempo and shading from each other and it was clear that the director had some trouble keep­ ing them together. The electri­ fying middle section and the impressive and moving con­ cluding section, containing soprano solo by Peggy Eason of the New York Institute, seemed to be more under con­ trol, both by the chorus and its director. The late Robert Ege’s “98th Psalm” is another favorite. This piece of music, written by the blind organist of the Over brook School, seemed to be very well known by the chorus and they showed supreme con­ fidence in their performance. Two unaccompanied numbers, Pater Noster” of Igor Stra­ vinsky and “Alleluia” from a Brazilian Psalm by Jean Bel* ger provided a change of pace, Both works displayed clarity of diction that the chorus had all evening. Youthful spirit shown all evening was even more evi­ dent in the rhythmic “Alleluia” whi^h was sung in a relaxed manner similar to a spiritual. The Latin words of the Mass and “Pater Noster,” present another problem. Little varia- ;ions, in pronunciation must creep in but the listener does not notice them. Ralph Vaughan Williams, “An- iphon,” concluded the pro­ gram. The sopranos perhaps J. Lee Lockard of 5 Bogue|deserve the highest commenda Darien Center, has returnee iome from St. Jerome Hospital after being a surgical patient. Mrs. Orley Setterington of the Bar-Rox Farm, East Bethany, returned home Tuesday from Genesee Memorial Hospital w h ere sh e w a s a m e d ical pa- ient. Stephen Carr has returned to Ridley College in St. Cathar ines, Ont., after spending the Spring recess with his parents, Robert W. Carr, president of the C. L. Carr Co. Inc., and Mrs Carr of 20 Redfield Pkwy. Mrs. Pearl DeLano, who has been confined to Genesee Me­ morial Hospital since Dec. 28 with a fractured right hip suf­ fered in a fall, has returned to the home of her daughter, Mrs. Verlin E. Curtis of 3782 Pearl St. Rd. B a t a v i a n C h a i r m a n O f C a m p a i g n S e r t o m a C l u b N a m e s S l a t e F o r N e w T e r m Leon F. Jones will be the new president of the Batavia Ser­ toma Club. Officers were elected at the Tuesday night meeting at the Legion Home to take office July 1. Mr. Jones, a rural letter car* rier, will succeed Willis E. Shaw, assistant manager of the Batavia Office of the Marine Trust Co. of Western New York. Vice presidents named are Amos A. Grefrath, Eugene F Peterson and Glen H. Lambein Re-elected secretary was Rich­ ard F. Seymour with Patrick C. Cavigliano renamed treasurer. Directors elected are Samuel J. Giordano, Felix Mira and Samuel Sallome. Lee Cravotta will serve as sergeant-at-arms. Members heard a program on the Byron Meadows Country Club, now being developed near Godfrey’s Pond. Robert Given, secretary, reported more than 200 members have been signed toward the quota of 300. The course has two ponds which will supply irrigation. Ayden Plowe, vice president, explained details of the championship layout, which includes subdivisions in the immediate area of the course. The overall development will entail an outlay of $300,000, Mr. Plowe said. This includes ac­ quisition of the land, develop­ ment of the course, which is now under way, and construction of the clubhouse and swimming pool. C o l . D e r e k ’ H e a d s G e m i n i R e c o v e r y U n i t Ave., has been named regional chairman of Genesee, Living­ ston and Wyoming counties of the University of Pennsyl­ vania’s 1965 Alumni Annual Giving campaign. He is a 1949 graduate of the Evening School of Accounts and Finance. Mr. Lockard is one of 200 committee chairmen and 3,000 volunteers participating in the University of ' Pennsylvania’s 1965 Alumni Annual Giving campaign, which will end June 30. Goal of the 1965 campaign is $1,500,000. Last year 26,474 alumni and friends gave the University $1,368,477 during the campaign. Mr. Lockard is con­ troller of Sylvania Home Elec­ tronics. PERSONALS William Sage Sr. of 8180 North Pembroke Rd. is a surgical pa­ tient at St. Jerome Hospital. Mrs. Julia Norton of 109 State St. is improving at her home fol­ lowing surgery at Genesee Me­ morial Hospital. Mrs. Ernest Mosier and infant son of the East Main St. Rd. are home from Genesee Me­ morial Hospital. Mrs. David Cabisea Sr. of Batavia is home from St. Jer­ ome Hospital with her infant son, Robert Otis. James Monachino of 29 Lin- wood Ave. is home from St. Jerome Hospital where he was a medical patient. Miss Camilla Kipton, who was a medical patient at St. Jerome Hospital, has returned lioiiie to 51 Myrtle St., Le Roy. Mr. and Mrs. Edmund R. Gamble of the Morganville Rd., Stafford, have returned from an extended stay in Florida, M rs. Clark Strobefo of 120 harvester Ave.,who was a med­ ical patient at Genesee Memor­ ial Hospital, returned home Tuesday. Mrs. Viola Warner of 10 Al­ bert St., Oakfield, has been dis­ charged from Genesee Memor­ ial Hospital after being a med­ ical patient. James Amend, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alois Amend of Broadway, C o n a b l e S u p p o r t i n g G O P V e r s i o n Rep. Barber B. Conable Jr. of Alexander is backing the Voting rights bill sponsored by the Republican minority in the House of Representatives. Mr. Conable is quoted in Washington as commenting that the administration bills intro­ duced prior to the GOP meas­ ure, did not guarantee voting rights in every area of the country. “I believe this bill will pro­ vide such a guarantee in an equitable manner with a min­ imum of delay, expense and red tape,” Mr. Conable said. A r e a S t u d e n t s G a i n H o n o r s Area students have been named to the Dean’s List at Rochester Business Institute for outstanding scholastic work in the term just ended. Listed from Batavia are: Miss Jo Ann Figlow of 146 Vine St., Rocky Gringer of 5 Warren St., Wallace Sorensen of 5 Un­ ion St., and Timothy Weld of 8065 State St. Rd. ai § o , Miss Mary Lou ChicK of 2404 P r a tt R d .; Corfu j M iss Linda Hoffman of the Buckman Rd;, Pavilion; Miss Diane Hunt of 21 Le Roy St., Bergen, Miss Esther Miller of South Byron and Miss Jacqueline Jensen of 526 Redman Rd., Hamlin. SON OF BATAVIAN SENT TO ALASKA Specialist Sixth Class George D. Ellis and his family have moved from Austin, Tex. to Fairbanks, Alaska., where he will be Rationed with Battery “E ” MisSile Base at Ft. Wain- wright. v Specialist ElUs is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Willard ElUs of 16 Walnut St. tion; as a section their tone was cohesive, at times almost ether­ eal and extremely vibrant. Also Miss Sergisson’s performance of the difficult Debussy accom­ paniment deserves high praise — Ann M. Emmans (Mrs Henry A. Emmans) B y r o n G r a n g e P r e s e n t i n g E a s t e r P r o g r a m Byron Grange will meet at the Grange Hall at. North By- ron Friday evening. Supper will )e served at 6:30 by Committee 9 with Mrs. Helen Robinson as chairman. The meeting will be called by Master Homer Ivison. An Eas­ ter program will be in charge of the lecturer, Mrs. John Ba­ er. At a card party at Grange Hall the winners in 500 were: Ralph Brundage, Mrs. Laura Lang, Mrs. Nettie Montgomery, Mrs. Arvilla DuBois, Mrs. Ethel Roggow, Donald Porter and Mrs. Dorothy Duttweiler. The door prize was awarded Mrs. Mary Goodemote. The floating slam prize was won by Mrs. DuBo|s. The next cafd party will be April 23. It will be the last of a series of parties. COL. W. F. DERCK HONOLULU, Hawan — Col. Walter F. Derek, whose wife, Beatrice, is the daughter of Mrs. Alice D. Nagel of 20 Farns­ worth Ave,, Oakfield, was one of more than 500 U.S. Air Force Air Rescue Service men de­ ployed around the world in sup­ port of the Gemini two-man space flight from Cape Kennedy, Fla. Col. Derek, permanently as­ signed as commander of Head­ quarters, Pacific Air Rescue Center, at Hickam AFB, Hawaii, was part of the force stationed at airborne and land base posi­ tions along the orbital path. He was there to assist if needed in the task of recovering the two astronauts and their Gemini capsule. The Oakfield High School graduate, who attended Spring­ field (Mass.) College, was com­ missioned through the aviation cadet program. He served in the European Theater of Operations during World War II. Prizes Are Announced In Merchants7 Contest The Batavia Retail Merchants Association today announced winners of two $50 “Easter money” prizes for closest guesses to the number of jelly beans displayed in jars at mem­ bers’ stores during the Shower of Values sales promotion last week. The awards went to Mrs. Mary Chudoha, 5370 Horseshoe Lake Rd., and Mary L. Pratt, 27 Richmond Ave. The winners may purchase! $50 worth of mer­ chandise in association mem­ bers’ stores. The stores also conducted guessing contests of their own and awarded prizes to persons who made the best estimates of the number of jelly beans in the jars in the stores. The awards were: W. T, Grant Co., Mrs. Warren Tucker, 34 Walnut St., transis­ tor radio; J, J. Newberry Co,, Mrs. Wanda Gorecki, 9088 Creek Rd., $10 gift certificate; C. E. Knox & . Son Shoes, Robert Beyer, 106 West Oak Orchard Rd., Medina, pair of American Girl shoes; J, C. Penney Co., Mrs. Frank L. Gavel, 14 West Main St., man’s shirt, and Mrs. Lawrence Armison, Oak Or­ chard Rd., Batavia, slip; Thom­ as & Dwyer, Mrs. Robert My­ ers, 297 Main St., Attica, gift certificate. Marlee’s, Mrs. Clarence Good­ man, Alexander Rd., Alexander, $10 gift certificate, and Mrs. Donna Coughljih, 9 Fisher Pk., and Paul Barone, 125 Liberty St., tied for second place, $5 gift certificate to each; Miner’s Electric, Ellamae Blatt, 53 Main St., A ttica, G . E- hair dryer; E . J. Beardsley Co., Leon fifeiden- reich, North Pearl St., Oakfield, Spring jacket. Charles Men’s Shop, Mary Chamberlain, 9 Washington Ave., $10 gift certificate; Mont­ gomery Ward, V. Barons, Ber­ gen, woman’s Easter outfit; Bon Ton Millinery, Mrs. Mary Tucker, 34 Walnut St., sweater; Mancuso Furniture & Appliance Center, Loretta Adrian, Byron Rd., Byron, transistor radio; C. L. Carr Co., Mrs, Joseph A, Oddo, 9 William St., $10 gift cer­ tificate; Noah’s Ark, Edgar Wil­ son, Byron, Zebco rod and reel. B R ID G E L E A D E R S Mrs. George Pendergast and Mrs. Daniel V. Winegar were high north and south in the Mon­ day afternoon bridge tourna­ ment at the YWCA. In second place were Mrs. Ethel Lucid and Mrs. Joseph M. Redmond and tied for third and fourth were Mrs. C. L. Buchholtz and Mi’s. James L. Kelly and Mrs. Alan S. Ritz and Mrs. John M. Secord. East and west top scorers were Mrs. Thomas H. Avery and Mrs. N. Justin Shults, Mrs. Harold E. Harrower and Mrs. William A. Laurie, Mrs. John R. Carter and Mrs. George S. Manning and Mrs. William H. Coon and Mrs. Morris Minor. Because of Holy Week, the tournament has been put over until April 19. D r i v e r H u r t I n C o l l i s i o n Lawrence Plant, 50, of 210 Jefferson Ave., Buffalo, is in Genesee Memorial Hospital with a brain concussion, fore­ head lacerations and left hip in­ juries suffered at 8:45 p. m. Tuesday when his car collided with two trucks in Rt. 33. a half mile east of Griswold Rd. The truck driver, Robert A. Kelley, 40, of Syracuse and George F. Heins, Jr., 34, of Brockport, were not injured. State Police said Mr. Plant was westbound when his car liit the left side of an eastbound truck driven by Mr. Heins. This caused the vehicle to go out of control and strike the Kelley truck in the left side before coming to a halt on the shoul­ der of the road. Cars Collide A car operated by Nicholas M. Bojack of Cleveland Rd., Corfu, struck a parked car Owned by Frederick Danson of Rt. 77, Basom, about 4:30 p.m. Tuesday in the Eastown Plaza parking lot. Mr. Bojack said he was backing from a parking space and did not see the Dan­ son car parked behind his car. No injuries were reported. T r o o p O f f i c e r O n P a n e l F o r P o l i c e Tech. Sgt. R. J. Wullich, Traf­ fic Supervisor of Troop A State Police, will be among the speak­ ers to address a two-day semin ar on “Problems of Drinking and Driving” April 13 and 14 at the Rochester Fire and Police Training Academy. Eighty-nine officers from 18 area law enforcement agencies will attend the session. The seminar is sponsored by the Rochester Police Dept, and the Rochester Safety Bureau in co operation with the State Traffic Safety Council; Div. of Alcohol­ ism, State Dept, of Mental Hy­ giene; State Dept, of Motor Veh icles; and State Police. Sgt. Wullich will discuss “Ex amining the Drinking Driver,” This will be one of nine sub­ jects discussed during the ses­ sion. Others include chemical tests for intoxication, physiol­ ogy of alcohol, legal aspects of chemical tests, and the “pros­ ecution and defense in cases of drunken driving. Officials attending will include Genesee County Sheriff Frank L. Gavel and deputies Merton Johns and Gerald Green, Or­ leans County Sheriff John R. Williams and Undersheriff Don­ ald White and Chief Paul H, Slusarczyk and Patrolman Rich­ ard Brooks of Perry Village Police Dept. C o u n t y D A R G o o d C i t i z e n T o B e N a m e d o n F r i d a y R a i n s E n d i n g F i r e T h r e a t Rains overnight eliminated the danger of grass and roof fires, but not until after area fire departments answered several calls Tuesday morning. The most serious saw Oak­ field firemen summoned at 10:12 a. m. to the residence of John Klein on Drake St., where a fire burned several holes in the roof. Firemen theorized the blaze was caused by sparks from the chimney. Grass fires resulted in three other calls. East Pembroke was summoned at 9:35 a, m. and the town of Batavia five minutes later to the same grass fire in a lot on West Main Rd. Alexander answered an alarm at 10:45 to a fire off Rt. 98 near the Wyoming County line and Pembroke was out at 12:40 p. m. to a fire in a lot off Maple St. near Lake Rd. S t . A n t h o n y ' s P l a n s S a l e St. Anthony’s Rosary and Al­ tar Society will have a rummage sale May 7 and 8 at the Com­ munity Center. The hours will be 9 a. m. to 9 p. m. Friday and 9 a. m. to 5 p. m. Saturday. Members are to take dona­ tions to the meeting at 8 p. m. Monday or articles will be picked-up by calling the chair­ man, Mrs. James Aquino, 343- 4197, or the co-chairman, Mrs. Joseph Cina, 343-3764. There will be a booth for the1 sale of home-made Italian bread. Nine Senior girls, who were selected by the faculties and Senior students as the Good Citizens in their schools, with their class advisor and their mothers, will be honored guests of Deo-On-Go-Wa C h a p t e r , Daughters of the American Rev­ olution, at the First Presbyte­ rian Church Friday. Dessert will be at 1 p. m. Those being honored—Misses Coleen Tooley, Batavia High School; Joanne Cassiano, Oak­ field-Alabama Central; Dianne Chapell, Byron-Bergen Central; Patricia Parker, LeRoy High School; Sue Ann French, Alex­ ander Central; Linda Beckwith, Corfu-Pembroke Central; Nancy Seufert, State School for the Blind; Shirley Berg, Elba Cen­ tral; Sandra Duguid, Pavilion Central. The girls were chosen on a basis of dependability, service, leadership and patriotism. The aim of this project, sponsored by the DAR nationally, is to stress the qualities of Good Cit­ izenship among Senior girls in Births BEHN—At the Albany Med­ ical Center at 3:30 p. m. April 1, 1965, to Melyn and Anita Davidovitz Behn of 56-F Weis Rd., Albany, a daughter, weighing 6 pounds, Sharon Faith, Mrs. Behn is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ab­ raham Davidovitz of 3390 West Main St Rd. GARY— At Genesee Memo­ rial Hospital at 2:24 a. m., April 7, 1965, to George and Marilyn Ferrey Gary of the East Main St. Rd., Le Roy, a daughter, Karyn Leigh. LONGHANY-At St. Jerome Hospital at 4:56 a. m., April 7, 1965, to Edward and Lillian Hagan Longhany of the Church Rd., Le Roy, a son. SCIARRINO — At Genesee Hospital in Rochester at 8 a. m., April 6, 1965, to Raymond and Joyce Pestlin Sciarrino of Mt. Morris, a son. Mrs. Sci­ arrino is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Pestlin of 3498 South Main St. Rd. SIKORSKI — At Pope Air Force Base Hospital, North Carolina, at 3 p. m., March 31, 1965, to S/Sgt. and Mrs. Paul J. Sikorski of 63 Packet Circle, Pope AFB, a son, Ed­ ward William. Sgt. Sikorski is the son of Mr, and Mrs. William Sikorski of 319 South Jackson St. public schools. Last October the DAR Good Citizen from each public school in Genesee County participated in a written quiz in order to be eligible for county, district, state and national honors. The Genesee County winner will be announced at Friday’s meeting. The national winner chosen from the State Good Citizen winners receives a $1,000 scho­ larship in a college of her choice. Mrs. Norman E. St. Clair is chairman of the Good Citizen Committee. Mrs. Arthur Sleep­ er is co-chairman. The program for the after­ noon will feature Miss Dianne Chapell of Byron-Bergen Cen­ tral School—Genesee County’s Junior Miss—-who will present a skit. She was also the runner- up in the State Junior Miss competition. Mrs. Lee Beswick is the chairman of the Hostess Com­ mittee. chair- S p e e d C a s e s S e e F o r f e i t s Five motorists charged with speeding failed to answer charges in City Court and City Judge Arthur F. McGettigan or­ dered $20 bail forfeited in each case. They were: Paul S. Colombo of 3 Olin Ave., charged with driving 38 miles an hour on Clinton St.; Paul M. Benham of Kenmore, 50 on Ellicott St.; Ira A. Lan­ dis of Williamsville, 50 on El­ licott St.; Carmen C. De Rose of Niagara Falls, 48 on Ellicott St.; Harold D, Haas Jr, of De­ witt, 48 on Oak St. Anthony P. Tiberio of the Pratt Rd. and Clifford B. Hol­ land of Delevan, each charged with passing the traffic signal at West Main St. and Dellinger Ave., forfeited $5 each. DICK O'CONNOR OPTICAL CO. 8 Jackson Street Batavia, N. Y. Phone 343-7893 C a r b u r e t o r R e p a i r s A u t o m o t i v e S u p p l y 238 w. Main St. at Montclair Ave. S A N IT A R IA N S M E E T IN G H E R E David J. Swift of Vogt Man­ ufacturing Corp. and J. D. Shlaak of Shell Chemical Co. addressed the Spring meeting of the Rochester area sanitari­ ans today. Topic of their talk was the “The All-Plastic Milk Container.” The meeting, at the Moose Home, was open to all interest­ ed in the production, prepara­ tion and processing of food and milk. GLASS BROKEN WINDOW GLASS PROMPTLY REPLACED Full length plate glass mir* ror. Bring Your Glass and Glazing Problems To Us. Plate Glass Furniture Tops G l a d e ' s G l a s s S h s p 1 School Street Phone Fl 3-2809 Files in Bankruptcy A bankruptcy petition was filed in Federal Court, Buffalo, by Audrey Woodrich of 58 South Main St. An assembly worker, she lists liabilities of $7,961.25 and assets of $950. T h e S h o w G o e s O n MANCTJSO — “Love Has Many Faces” 7:15 and 9:18. DIFSON BATAVIA — \Your Cheatin’ Heart” 7:20:9:20. J . R H o l t A g e n c y William L. Stear 8 3 8 2 Lew iston Rd. Batavia, N. Y, 1402! All lines of Insurance Office 343-3890 H o m e 343-2938 S P R I N G P u t y o u r b o y s o n th e b a l l in cloth e s fo r school, for play, for dressing up. Every­ thing they need for spring smartness is here, ready for them to wear. Boys Suits Sizes 7 to 18 from 16.95 Students Suits Sizes 34 to 40 irom 32.50 Boys Jackets teem 4.95 Sport Coats and Blazers Sizes 6 to 12 12.95 Sites 13 to 18 14*?5 Sizes 34 to 40 22.50 Shirts from 2.95 up Slacks \ Irom 3.95 up 'B e a n M M ? ii ______ The Dad and Lad Stor*

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