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/ / /' V Ht :«t - Newark.N.Y. Courier-Gazette fhursday, Feb; 1., 1963 In C h a ile ! v R o s s c k u s to F is h t O R a m o s in S v n u u s e ^Professional boxing is slowly retiifn'lnt: ti 1 \ Sir.if.ise M'ell*' Mil th e W a r M e m o rial w itl^ enough leath e r to B i l l y B a c k u s . 'W h o s e u n t i e T e e l s p e ^ f T s * ‘a g o o d s t a r t to w a r d a I ' W I B S t u n n e d b y th e i r lo s s a t P e r m Y u u l-.st S j t a r d a y J U f J l t . . the N nw a r k R e d s w i l l s t r i v e t i e ' t . it b a c k at th e e x p e n s e o f Vl< tor -tf.no li nduy tttrHct-oii. ttig Vieior- - s h o t a t t h e w e lterw e ight -cham p ionship, will m e e t Im tfi liarnos of ‘ Ast'eria, N. Y., fii a 10-rounder on Feb. 10 in the Syracuse jab plant. Billy’s uncle h a s been w o rking regularly w ith th e Canastofca w e l­ terw e ight and we're sure t h a t when \Uncle C a rm e n \ im p a rts pugil­ istic advice- to his protege it isn’t done in - the atm o s p h e re of. a classroom session in biology. ' tart a glove, factory, c o u r t C b a eh Gar-y-'M iilW 's dribbLers- t hold a 73 to 60 victory .ever- N e w a rk and1 will have to be at . their best -if they hope to m a k e ( it two in a row- over the Blue D e v ils who cam e ! h fast in the N e w a rk m e e ting' before - running out of tim e . N e w a rk suffered a 68-63 loss a t Penn Van oh Sat- ' W e can ju s t h e a r th e ex-w e lter and m iddlew e ight cham p shap,. urday night. The loss w a s un- “Hook, hook,, h o o k \ or “ Body., bony, body\ a t his n e p h ew w h o m , expected., m- th a t the Reds had h e - h a s been groom ing since his retirem e n t from the rin g . 1 I t w a s - h a n d ily disposed 4he- B a siliojs cruhching left hooks to the stom ach o r ja w ’and body- tangs. 6j to 43. on opening night, punching th a t carried, h im to the two world titles and if th e r e w a s The Reds are averaging just m o re vicious left hook throw n we h a v e 'y e ir to 's e e it. - ■ • -under- 60 pom is -a gftitre—trffeh- - ' -sively and 56 plus defensively. B a c k u s , according t o our inform a n t in th e S a lt City, feels h e V ictor is averaging 6Q points on i s ready to tak e on a ll com e rs and it is “Now o r Never” in h i s / o f f e n s e and 68 on defense, quest for a cham p ionship. He is presently working on a w inning! R a lph N a sh is N e w a rk’s fop soor.PT with 160 pninfs followed I _ : h y Dick . with 142 points. ■i T o m Scoda is V ictor’s leading R a m o s is train e d m id m a n a g e d by Lee Black an d works o u t , p o intm a k e r with 165 points fol- dally - w ith C a rlos-O rtia.-present lig h tw e ig h t- d iu m p , w h a i s also !J.®W'Cd . by Jim - D ailey with- 117 m a n a g e d hy Black.- R a m o s lias won. ,18. professional; fights, 'Just V$a ,8 Norton with 94 and Dick j seven and draw n in five. He has beaten G rey G a v in, fo n n e r AATJ! w ■y wi. Bill T a n e a sto r e d 36 points to ic i d M u tual J B e n e a t L a e to t&-6-, : to 62 win over th e Z a p p ias i n -a ' Dusty League gam e in the Co'fn- • m u n ity C e n ter gym .. \ Steve ‘inompson ch ip p e d ' in •w ith 11'. f o r \ t h e '-w inners w.ho rallied for 13 points in the tinai ■ nenori 1 1 ; shade th e i r opponents , The \Zappias jum p e d to a 23-16' first periocT lead on M a rv D tt- hod’s four“ bTre:lcets~ each by K e ith C a r r apd I.A.NGENSTEIN stre a k of six straig h t km n k o u lx and hopes to m ake R jju o . s , frf cham p ion, m a m a in b o u t an New York City. A busy, w a lk-in fighter, Ram o s will provide a real test to B a c k u s’ ring skill since both boys have beaten -the highly-rated Gene H e rrick an d a r c , closely m a tched. I n his last Syracuse ap p e a r a n c e -(Nov. 24), Backus knocked ; o u t C u rtis Phillips of New York City before m o re th a n 1,500 fan s ; ^Jn-4be-4Y ar--5Ieni(trial., p a f tg r .A y i i ^ y E ^ ^ e vyim. R a d iu s ^ stopped H e rrick, New E n g land w elter and m iddlew e ight title hold­ er, scoring a TKO in six rounds of P o r tland, M aine,. _ N e w a rk is 6-3 and V ictor 4-5 in the standings. i Center Lists Daily Events a scheduled 10-rounder a t - - — ... - i . T h u rsday — Sixterettes priic „ _ . . , , , , ’ ... _ .- ice. 3:30 p.m .; F o lk 'C r a f t \Club T h e B o x ing Club is rounding u p f h e r e m a i n d e r - o f tb e u n d e r - ^ 'u m .-HMPn’.s Ba-Sbrtbarr tea- eard and ex p e r ts to bring a t least 3.2 rounds of professional boxing tw o g'ames, 7 p.m to the Syracuse ring the nig h t of Feb. 10. ., ^ '|, F r iday r- M -ldgerettes basket- • j * * , . Lall. 3:30 p .m .. Buys Rifle Club, - 3:30 p.lii , dance classes, 7 p.m ., | a ll children from eight years welcome to a h .30 R e d s L o s e L a s t C h a n c e a t j through 12 are tend, open pU y in -— - T h e N e w a r k I t e d s a r e a p p a r e n tl y -proving- a p o o r r o i t t f c h t l H h i s ; P. — season. T h e y 'v e won only one game on th e road at this w riting S a turday a n d if they w a n t to get into the W o n d erful Sectionals they'd bet p a i r R ick VanNor-man ■ -but ..the M u tuals countered w ith a 19-12 second q u a r ter to go ahead, 37 to 35, o n . T anea's. five hoops and two free throws.. T h e Z a p p ias w e n t a h e a d , by a 56-51 count in th e th i r d on O tt- nod’s four jum p e r s an d tw o shots each by C a r r and Bill Bum p u s b u t couldn’t hold it as' th e ir foes rallied for 13 po in ts on T h o m p s o n ’s th r e e ju m p shots la n d a p a ir of layups ijy T a n e a ; ' to clinch the outcom e. G ttnod finished With 20 points followed by C a r r w ith 13 and a n e Lvnn. V a n N o rm a n an d ( B u m p u s w ith eig h t apiece T h e Lyons M e r c h a n ts belte G e n e ral D y n a m ics, 105 to 48, to SW IM FO R -N E W A R K —- M em bers of the Newark C e n tral School swim ming team are left.) D a v e H a n n a n , M ik e Collinsj D a v id De Felice a n d R ick H u s to n . N e w a r k , 6 8 t o 6 3 B v DAVID HANNAN (H igh T im e s S p u r ts W r iter) HOOP SESSIONS The P e e W ee and M icgrt’aJ -ketbali team s wrill hold tnv.r f i u l a r S a tu r d a y m o rning sesua in the C o m m u n ity Ce.riter otuf'.ir.g a t 9 a.m . m A W i f r n ‘ ‘SfFMAIHS?.11 ‘1 ‘lifii'At? rem a in undefeated. F r a n k Lisco in i -. h ,y n - . v i i . e , | ind. an h o u r and 'at. -Friu-thru-SiHis-— fefc over th e Newark Reds last S a tu r d a y evening , h a l f later, a f te r 120 points m o re had -swished' through th e hoops, poured 40 points through th e fjn a j ,y£ustle-sounded .w ith. the. .M u stangs holding a a nom hoops with ,Tom P u llen listing 24, Rod N e ely an d Jo e A rnitz- 17 ap'.ece In th e o th e r g a m e t h e \Stuarts shaded A rcadia Oil, 63 .to 60, on a 20-point effort by R a y Fis- chette and 13 p o in t retu r n s each by Bob D e John an d G a r y G r a n t, t N e w a V I 'h a d T v Mike D’A u g stine topped t h e 1 New'a r ‘i n.aa uearen Dy ord. 'P e n n 'Y a rn, avsquad which a 61.-43 >j I- losers w ith 15 points. — P e e Wee basket­ ball. 9 a.m .; M idget basketball league. 10 a.m ., (two gam e s; , . , ' V-1 . j , • ■, e . IftlR U f , IU a . m . , 1 l-WU ftftiu v o . te r w in one m o re uhless they w a n t to prolong tb e a g p n y an d fw b e ; S o d u s._ M ldget an d Junior Bovs th e i r fan s ’fo'foilow' th e m to a n e u tr a l court. T h e only gaune t h a t (earn play Newark boys. 1:15 m a t t e r s iitiw is the re tu r n m e e ting at Lyons on M a rch 8. p m ; N e w a rk Mldgeret-teS and ’ , _ , r . , . -! C e n terettes play at N o rth Rose r_ . Coach Gary. M iller’s- lads fouled up any chances they had o f ■ sch0ol g.ym^ leaVg 12:30 p.m .; creatin g a little excitem e n t in th e . W a y n e -Finger Lakes fconfer- C r a f{ classes. 3 p.m .; open play * e n c e by stum b ling before th e Penn Y a n M u stangs last S a tu r d a y m gym . 7 p.m . night. T h e Reds h a d beaten Penn Y a n w ithout working up ton M onday — Juniorcttes basket- m u c h 'p e r s p ir a tio n in t h e Newark engagem e n t, b u t tlie trip to th e - b r i l l. 3 30 p m, . M en's vollpy- ! . Y a tes County com m u n ity -proved disastrous. T h e Reds were t h r j b a ll league, four m a tches. 6:30 only club w ith a chance of forcing a possible triple tie for first p.m . place-in t h e Conference. They have r e tu r n shots w ith G e n e v a H igh Tuesday =- G irls' tram p o line, -a n d M y n d erse Academy, a n d -thougii-those-.schools. will au to m a tic- ’ 3:30 .p m ; junior boys basket- •ally rule top-heavy favorites to repeat their victories here, N e w a rk . b a ll league, two gam e s. 7 p.m .; still h a d t h a t one chance., • ' N e w a rk C r a f t Club, 7:30 p m. , j W ednesday — Junior Boys I t ’s now G e n e v a and .M ynderse all th e way w ith only a b l i z - ' b a s k e tball league, o n e - g a m e , 7 ■ z artl standing in th e i r wav as co-eham p ions. We see nothing o n ! p m ; C e n terettes praetiee. 3 30 th e horizon to m a r th e 15-1 records w h ich th e P a n t h e r s a n d B l u e : p .m .; .M en's^ basketball league, , D evils will sport a f te r M a rch 8. 0 I .game 8:30 p.m.* <• • * • | There will he ice skating ev- j c r y night w e a ther perm itting. 3 0 0 s C o m e in f o r S o m e .« Som e -bowlers go a irioum p w itum iri'O iling a 300 gam e. Some ; , 'roll them in pairs. W h e n Dick Stoeffler tossed a pair of 300 gam e s .on J a n . 4 Tic 1.1 becam e th e sixth m a n w ith consecutive p e r fect games. H e p e r - 1 ’fo r m e d t h e feat a t K o n a Lanes, C o sta M esa, Calif. Stoeffler, gen- | e'ral m a n a g e r of K o n a L a n e s an d a TV announcer, opened h i s . 825 series w ith a 225 gam e. . ; j TOM MUSCOLINO 68-63, lead. ------- T h e Reds rem a in in th ir d ,from p e n i“i Y an and scort-d on a place, w ith .a 6-3 record, two full jum p e r and GUvin drove for a gam e s b e h in d the W a y n e -Finger 1;vyup to m a k e - it 60-58. Lakes leaders. G e n eva and LpE„ niade a th f e e -point play M y n d e rse, each w ith an 8-1 ree- ancj Rago countered -with a p a ir of jum p e rs to ma&e it 63- 62 w ith 1. 26 left. A lter a tim e ­ out C h a p m a n scored two points while N e w a rk's Jo h n Gavin m u d e .- th e .second,, of., a pair ,of fotil shots to m ake it 65-63 In ■vain atte.mrjit to' get the .ball the Legg h a d 11 for th e M u stangs. - R eds f0UjPd c h a p m a n tw ire m Dick R a g o j n a d e 12-fieM goals fm a j 20 seconds only-to see him sink th r e e out o f four free ■•tiirows to put the gam e out of reach. The Reds eap itah /eti en three, of six free throw atte m p ts while Penn Y a n Clicked on 12 of 20 , m a rghi o h Nov. 24, clim b ed into ..a tie w ith fifth pldcq Victor. . i. Pat. C h a p m a n , paced, th e vic- ; tors w ith 26 points while Mike : M iller tossed in 16 an d B rian NEWARK - G F Wayne-Lakes Conference YAST W E E K ’S RESULTS Petin Y an 68. N e w a rk 63 C a n a n d a igua 56, Victor 53 G e n e v a G9, M y n d e rse 53 Lyons 65, \W aterloo/59 GAMES FRIDAY A D e S a les a t M y n d e rse N e w a rk a t V ictor , W a te rloo a t P e n n Y an G e n e v a a t Lyons'* STANDINGS W L PF PA G e n eva ......... 8 1 682 494 M y n d e rse . . . 8__1 595 500 Newark ......... 6 3 535 508 Lyons Victor ......... 4 5 537 615 Penn Y a n . 4 5 512 563 DeSales ............ 2 6 496, 569 W aterloo . . . 2 7 558 546 C a n a n d a ig u a . 1 8 516 623 lead th e R e d s w i t h 24 points, J R ick G r a v ino an d R a lph Nasli I a lso - h it. the dputole figures w ith ! 14 and 12, respectively. _ i T h e opening m o m e n ts of the I f i r s t period saw Legg dum p in ; a p a ir o f foul .shots and M iller from tlie line. The A b b o tts lost th r e e p o i n t s , p u m p in a layup to gain q 4-0 -to-th e Ne w a r k Ser-viee- C e n ters | lead. N a sh-m ade- a jum p e r good-- ‘-but still clung to first place Hi [ b u t C h a p m a n countered with- a : the Independent L e a g u e . fjdyup. A foul sh o W b y N a s h I 'M a r y B e s t bad a 498 for the gave Newark, its. th ird point be- I C e n te rs who-' m o v e d w ithin TO ■ fo re C h a p m a n drove for a n o t h e r : (points of first place. The O l d ! lay u p to m a k e it 8-3. By th e 'ri.pi.. (•World M otel five copped th r e e close of the period th e r e w as a nods” (from N o rthside to c u t - t h e Ab-i 6 point, 19-13, difference. ' Mustangs i b o tts’ lead to eight points. L e - | G r a v i n o 'h it fo r fo u r s e t shots loria A lbrecht w a s high w ith a | from the left side Of the court in C-\ 487 series.' I the second period as N e w a rk t In other pairin g s the B u r n - 1 n a r row e d the lead. At one point! — ; w ells lost three to the B lo n d e lls.; the R c d s gained a 28-25 a d v a n - ( I M a rvin’s Bootery shut out B&J 1 tag e onjy (0 trail by a point a t ' 1 j a n d the F r e s h Silkers took th r e e naiftim e . ’ from the D a ileys. P e n n Yan grabbed th e center Split pickers included P a t A r - , j-ap as [he second h a lf began c Shirley C lark 3-10, c h a p m a n took it iri for a layup. T h e M u s tangs m a d e f t . 39-32 before Rago sta r ted pop- ping in ju m p sh o ts from th e keyhole area/ The N e w a rk s e n ior m a d e five o f his 12 fled -goals - in the th ird period, an d added fo u r in th e final q u a r te r to k e e p th e gam e w ithin reach. . . However, w ith only one period rem a ining, th e M u s tan g s h e ld a . . 52-50 advantage. I t . w as 60-54 w ith 4:40 rem a ining in th e : gam e ' b u t tire .Reds closed th e h iatu s as R a g o stole th e b a l l ' PENH VAN G F .'if I J i ■•Hint 1 » FarmaiiT -t \N lU e r '14-Ku t't'/. - - — 2 0 n 10 26 T o tal 28 12 68 . 19 18 13— 63 | 14 19 16— 68 1 MATT HELM 'S | -S U G G E S T AND BOLDEST! ■ COUiMBlAPffililfiESllifisem Au tBVttlS ALLGi. Pioduriiwt. m m os MATT HELM n SHOWN FRI. & SAT. AT 7 & 9:30 SUN. AT 2 : 0 0 - 7 : 0 0 & 9.30 Unusual opportunity for a maturP man over 30 ' n o ld 5-10. Shirle y C la rk j M y rtle F a g n e r 6-7-10,, D o rothy I A lbrecht 2-7, L e o n a A lbrecht- 3- 110 (tw ice), B o n n ie'G u lic k 24 , M a rge Collins 2-7 and B e a tr ice Cornwell 5-6-10 and 5-7-9. S tan d ­ ings: Abbotts .72, Old -W orld Mo­ tel 64 and Service C e n ters 62. T h ree of th e previous double 300’s eac-h rain e on successive gam e s in one league session F r a n k C a r u a n a did it first, in B u f- I falo, on M a rch 5. 1924. Bill Flvnn of C leveland w a s next w ith h is 1 ’ p a ir on Feb. 24, i960 an d \Ernie Babcock of D e troit joined the h i t p a r a d e on Jan. 15. 1962. Jerry Leach Lines d^s Nichols J , Rolls Perfect Game Saturday : P o r t G ibson W ith th r e ^ players scoring -th d o u b le figures, t h e L a k e rs trounced the 7Gers, 51 to 17, in a M idget League contest in the C e n ter gym Jim - Wt-slbftnrk I--1 tlx* i-f ft-a st­ rolled a 300 gam e as a m e m b e r of th e P o r t G ibson F i r e D e p a r t- m e n t Team- No. 1 a t the San High 631 Series In League Match J u r y L e a c h l i n e d a 631 series on 207. 202 and .222 gam e s to Jo h n B o m b a of B a y o n n e. N. J . b a d a p a ir on Ja n . 9, 1950, in a ! 6-gam e singles tournam e n t, a >car an il a h a lf before ABC began ( With 21 points followed by . , ., ,. , san c tio n in g doubles and. singles events. T o q y K r e n tz of S t L o u is' fiaU a g a n and John Santoro w ith! ro llers to a sw e e p o v e r ' also t u r n e d t h e trick, as the th ir d ’ g a m e in one league and t h e fixnst, 10 points apiece. Dave P u iver *he R o tary e h try in th e Twill gam e in t h e league th a t followed im m e d ia tely, on April 22, 1967. j n e tted eight for the losers. County L eague, _ , * ;■ The L a k e rs raced to - a .14-2 Jack A im er o f Y o u figstovn. O h io,-C h a rley Daw and H a n k first peripd lead on Santoro's M a r in o of M ilwaukee an d Bob B r iarton of D e troit also h a d tw o t th r e e layups and a pair by W est, SOO's in t h e sam e league session, but not in succession. 1 b rook and m a d e it 214 at the f . . . * , I interm ission. W estbrook drove A claim fo r “youngest _3D0 s h o o ter'' honors w e n t up J a n . 13 a t ; in fDJ. | 0 u r baskets in the third. , M ilw a u k ee’s Echo Bmvl. in a practice gam e on one lane, 12-year- , o ld D ale MesCrfbrink lined up 12 straig h t strikes. T h e 5-4, 180- Ipouhd seventh', g rader Tias is, j u n io r league average of 136. How ever, w ith a-new b a ll'h is dad gave him for C h ristm a s,, h e ’s been av e r a g ­ in g close t o 170. i - ....................................... » F r e e R i d e o n S p o r t s M e r r r - C o - R o u n d and closed w ith two in the fourth to cap tu r e scoring hqn- ors. The H a w k s outlasted the Roy­ als, 28 to 25, in the second gam e as M ike T a n e a tallied 16 points and G a r y A rend 10-to p a c e the atta c k . Je f f P e ters scored 14 and D a v e C o m stock nine for the losers. _. .. . . , .* 4 . . . „ , , The Ki—ais look an 8-4 first , -• E lm e r Roets picked the 7-10 split while rolling w ith th e M il- I p e riod edge ori C o m stock's thrpe lers i n th e Tri-Tow n Bov.ling League It w a s th e first 7-10 picked I h o o p s but the Haw k s' flurried ,. i n t h e eight years th e league has been organized . . Fred D u rkin, j with 12 points in the second to' form ej; N e w a rk senior high school faculty m em b e r, is serving w ith ; take an 18-17 halftim e advant- ,an Army .artillery u n it in St»uth Vietrlam. He s till m aftages to k e e p , age T h e tw o cluibs d id n 't do.any- A 211-565 by W a lt F a g n e r led the Flying A to a 3-1 w in over the W a h ls a n d in o t h e r m a tches th e A lbrechts lo s t th r e e to Hydesville, th e B ilo ttas took Three 'irom tiie ' BcofieldsT the B lankenbergs dropped th r e e to the Agways an d the Norsens copped th r e e from N e w a rk M a r- ket. Top six: Hydesville 58>-2, Al­ brecht? 52, R o llers 491-2, Norsens 49>/2.-W a h ls 48y2,'F l y i n g A 48. ■ • Bowl L a n e s in C lifton S p rings S a turday night. I t w as the' f i r s t p e r fect gam e of th e season a t th e lanes.\ N ich­ ols, rolling in'T h e leadoff spot, had opened w ith l70 a n d 145 gam e s to finish with a 615 set. H e. received §300 from the pro­ p rietor and will be eligible for ABC prizes. Nichols and his team w e re ro llin g .in a m a k e u p m a tch. H e is em p loyed a t G a r- lock, In c ., P a lm y r a . 19 Girls Report for Lessons on Trampoline , N ineteen girls r e p o r ted for the Weekly tram p o line * c lass Tues- day' .at the N e w a rk C o m m u n ity C e n ter. ■ « . M iss M a ry Lou E r b , g ir ls ’ s u ­ pervisor, provided instruction in a knee-front com b ination w ith five g ir ls using ju m p rtfpes 'while Oii the tra m p o l i n e . ' - i n shape b y doing road work when lie has t h e free tim e . . T h e M a rion C e n tr a ! School basketball team averaged 71 points a gam e on Offense through th e first nine games. T h e Black K n ights also averaged 71 points a gam e on defense. They had scored 638 points ’‘and y ielded 638 points . . . If th«spro gridders do n ’t look Out, p r s - , ‘.Sessional hockey will blow them off th e TV screen , . .t Tom - (Coughlin of W aterloo, Syracuse u . backfield star, is being opted by TNCS a s a football a s s i s t a n t , . . Pete Sollene scored two baskets \against Lew A leindor’s JJCLANS in M adison S q u a r e G a rden last S a t u r d a y n i g h t . . . Big Bob Parsons of Sodus tu r n e d in a t rem e n ­ dous gam e in a losing cause a t Palm y ra l a s t Friday. T h e 6-7' c e n ter (.jplayed t h e full'32 m inutes, d e spite a r e c e n t illness t h a t sent him to 4 t h e hospital. If th e r e h a d been any ta l e n t scouts in the Pal-M a c ’-gym th e y would have lost little tim e questioning th e judge's son o n His college intentions. P a rsons even b r o u g h t th e ball down- c o u r t on occasions to prove his versatility On th e floor. We w o u ldn’t say it w a s s m a r t strateg y tout som eone h a d to “tak e ch a r g e ”’ f o r t h e S p a r tan s . thing on the sso ji n g ' side in the third except to r a\ 3-point effort, by A rend w ith T a n e a . d riving jn for th r e e bask e ts and Arend one to offset th e four hoops by Pe-. to r s in the final stanza. C enfer Class Works On Piggy Bank Project T h e com m u n ity C e n ter craft class held its reg u lar session Saturday, afternoon with Seven boys and giris working on a 2- w eek project on piggy batiks. U n d e r the supervision Of M iss M a ry Lou E rb, g ir ls ’ s u p e rvisor, the grqup m a d e piggy banks o u t of em p ty clbrox bo ttles, ^ A T L A N T IC STEEL B U I L D I N G S . ATLANTIC , STEEL . BUILDINGS.] • .RUGGED AND WEATHER-TIGHT • ATTRACTIVE - • LOW COS-t *3 Built • tn economy — F a st Delivery AVON, N.Y. ATLANTIC Metal buildings Ore tbe sensible answer to your immediate s p a c e requirem e n ts. Call us today for expert \{/rowing board to completion’' service ROCHE-KIMBERLY CONSTRUCTION, INC. G e n e r a l C o n t r a c t o r s P.O. BOX 55! PH . 315*597-4191 PALMYRA, N . Y. Center Teams Engage SoduSt NR Clubs Feb. 3 Keep your present job while we train you for a new, h igh-incom e c a r e e r in your own c o m m u n ity INVESTORS Diversified Services, o n e o f A m e r ica's largest and m o s t s u c c e s s fu l ftnartciafservice organizations, is se e k ­ ing m a ture and ab le men who w a n t a better fu t u r e than their p r e s e n t jobs can prom ise. If yo u are th e right kind o f m an, your a g e and experien c e can b e an a s s e t . Our f r e e training program can prep a r e you for a rew a rding new c a r e e r . Vott w o rk yotir own hours a s y b u r o w n b p s s i Y o u can earn a * five-figure incom e lim ited only b y your own ability. You receive gen e r o u s job b e n e fits including pension, life a n d h o s p italiza­ tion in s u r a n c e . And you enjoy t h e p r e s t ige o f represen tin g Investors’ C o m p a n ies which s e r v e m o re th a n a million m u tual fun d , certificate a n d ln s u r a n c e acco u n t s . Training s e s s io n s a r e soon to s t a r t . I f y o u are w illing to devote a p a r t o f youf s p a r ® t itne t o learn ing o u r b u s in e s s a t n o p o s t to-you, then w rite o f call th e teleph o n e n u m b e r below today. —The^Bttdus nildgot uud juiiiorr boys basketball team s will en­ gage th e N e w a r k m idgets and juniors S a turday a t 1:15 p.m . in th e C e n ter gym . ......... >- • The N e w a rk M idgerettes arid C e n terettes - will 'm e e t the N o rth j Rose lassies in the N o rth .R o se g y m th is S a tu r d a y a t 1 p.m . • i 1770 East Avo Rochester, N . Y, D. VINCENT ENRIGHT CALL COLLECT 1-716-244-5251 14610 Belhurst Castle Route 14, Geneva, N. Y. * 9 L o n g fam o u s for Its fine foods a n d congenial • a tm o s - - .pHere liig h - o n th e shores o f b e a u tiful se h e c a Lake. P rim e ribs, ro a s t duck, lo b s ter.ta ils a r e o u r specialties. C a tering to sm a ll, p a r ties, w e d d ings. D a n c ing o n F riday, S a tu r d a y ^ n d S u n d a y nights. Cinelli's Country House Rest. Lake Rd. (Rte. 18) Sodus F o r th o s e w h o w a n t a hew d in in g experience m a k e th e h a p p y discovery of Cinelli’s C o u n try H o u se, a royal W eH com e aw a its you a n d your fam ily, w h e th e r it be fo r luncheon, dinners, b a n q u e t o r .a n outdoor affair. Tues. to F ri. 12-2, 5-9. Call H T 3- 9508. % Hotel Sellen R o u te 31, P a lm y r a , N. I . O u r .. S p e c ialty Sm o rgasbord each S u n d a y 1 to' 7 P d it Also anen fo r d inners Tues. th r u S a t. from 5 t o 9 s e r v ing c h a r ­ coal steak s an d seafoods. ClOS-gd M o n a a y s.. L e fty a n d Don\ Y o u r Hosts. - , ■ |.^.- t*rati's Restaurant 112 S. Main St.. Newark N.Y. # C o m p le tely rem o d e led for Fam ily atm o s p h e re. S p e c ial­ izing in Italiafi-A m e rican lu n c h e s a n d 'dinners. Home- m a d e Pizza. Serving, 11 A.M. to in i d n i g h t Y o u r Hosts, Jo h n & M a ry P r a ti. . Connelly's Cove Lake Bluff Rd., Spdus Bay Are y o u in th e m o o d for faj furious, food? T h e n - you'll f o r th e ■ o u tstan d in g served on scenic Sodus Bay T ry our specialty —-L steak . C a terin g to parties, all legal' beverages. Reservation —call Nori|h. Rose L T ' 7-909M Zappia’s Restaurant 224 N. Main St., Newark Ita l i a n Foods & specialty th e house. Also -America m e n u . F in e facilities I®! b a n q u e ts a n d parties, d a ily a t 4 P.M. D inners fr°a 5:30-9:30 except Mondayl Y q u r H o s ts F r a n k And Pa^ ZappiS. DE 1-3608.

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