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■ . V uiri, YEAR-N o . 16 ’ ruhliohs-i! W u f k l i— Su'ljBcr Lilt. 1011 R a te $5700 a Y e a r in A d v ance— S ingle Copies' 16 c e n ts NEWARK, N. Y., THURSDAY, APRIL 18, 1968 £htlered aa second: class mail matter iijv Newark, N. Y« i4&4*3,. Ppst Office TWO SECTIONS— 20 PACES / 'ou T h i n k ! X„,Mn> ' barber. Se’nii-Re- Vcdr(»tafino ttn’cT Earl (Pbst- u.tirfn.' anchored in Sin- lapun u\ ‘■iit-ir around-tlu-- jvrid trip •\> a Dutch freight- „■ arc rcallv in joy nig , their espcrienccs, judg.in._g front -Utif letters. [ IP 1 ta’-’.vcd a . smorgasBdrd r Mli s . Hdtel. toured Jtanotir piiU <'-i i'i, Intel est, Tc «u!s the monkeys ancl lieii’.'- fir' 'tray •tigt'TS; •••• ’ I -tlicri’ /hasn’t been a tiger sliot m the lobby of this hotel iRaflh'M since 1902,” they > Mure milling up anchor I lor Hong Kong and then the [’long trip across the_ Pacific to riiir Panama Canal (22 or, more 4»'s). - IlGLIts ni- hotel lobbies. Too l - - * . . . * 1 Kick Kuuwe sends a clipping J a New York tabloid on l ie $2,300 pay rinse, given! l lraffic Commissioner Henry i |/6drnes. j BARNES. who l' be in Newark |(Kt Thursday to address the ' OuntJ- members of the • finger i„kis Association) at| Becker, s- f'ark, said he would; fa if Mayor Lindsay did not ‘ pvide nun with ‘‘sufficient iri- temsr.i to. stay. “Hank” is tot being paid $30,000 a year,- The ’farmer Ncwarkite may ' {o back to Baltimore if New.! i’ork City does not “satisfy cer- •lam demands” he has made.- Barnes said he has until the of the month io decide •tether. to accept the other job. or remain in the Lindsay ad- ; ministration. 1 ...“MAYBE -Ay can get Barnes 'b.comc !.> Newark for $30,000,” sioic giHi.i.rv wno’s'studying for; (is master's degree in the big,ed te sp. .,k to the mayor.” SprAtng of the mayor, we’o say Maurice Strobridgc rang all the bells in a bit of by-play at ’ bst Tlnirsday’s Rotary Club jiDicBcon at the'Old World Inn.: THE n. vor is noted for at- Uu- luncheons on time ^ t£«S i> leave .just before the, M&r. -...S'jps, S 8 k ...ffP didn't **w • Thursday. He was the 1®'’- Pt.ikcr, Thanks. Miltv for staying for bir meeting,\ said Strsbridge, club president, when Elzufon wnciuded his talk on.* village sffairs. _ , ' _ . * * ’ t THE busiest household In i ,. j ; Easter Sunday just; ■ i, ,lt f.jv> residence o f . |bf ; m ,= c y James Palmeri. v., . R O T A R IA N CITED — H a rry C h a p rnan was given a special tribute Ly the .Newark R o tary C lub f o r his 39 years in R o tary . at lust vvi ek s lunthequ meeting p i the Old W o rld Inn. M aur ice Strobridpe. presid e n t,. p resents a Rutrtiy clock to the N e w a rk industrialist. --•• II was \Harry Chapman Day” lit last Thursdays hmeifepir meeting of the Newark Rotary Club at the Old World Inn, Rotanans paid\ a special tribute to the Newark industrialist, w iw is referred io joy club members as-VM'’ Newark Rotary'; t<,w- —•— .— ..................... ■■■-• ■ ,-iiis long service ih the organiza- Itio n . . ' Mr. Chapmian, who will be 80, : this year, is in ills 39th year as a ' Rotarian. A 4ape recording ,higbiigbijng_ siime r>f the pvents *of his life was played at the jm'etin-g. The recording' was • made by member Bud Sova of ~ WACK. ' The tribute came as a ■ur- s i prise to Mr. Chapman who is !president -of Perfection Foods line, and dean of area canners. ’ j He was presented with a Ro- The Board of Education of (tary clock by Maurice Stro- olluw Newark Centra! School District bridge, club president. Thc clock estimate on curbing costs will be No. 1 has appointed inspectors: was brought from Zurich. Switz-, prPpftreci by Vincent Lukas su- mtdjVT)y» resistance lie hearing held a t G t y H a ll T u e sday night. Not one vdko was heard for or against, tlie. record estimate from the back or die room. Mayor Milton Elzufon invited com-' merits—pro or con—on the bud­ get and even asKea if anyone wanted to near any portion of tlie budget read, He was greeted 'with silehee as the- trustees,, who had reviewed the figures on : three occasions, pr-oniptly adopted tire budget for the nejc.t fiscal'year. ' ■ . /•/ . Ti.t hiirfuQt .was:.unanimously adopted. V ill age taxpayers Will pay a . tux rate of $34.50 per $1,000 assessed valuation for the fifth straight: yeai-.;'' ' — J .Tlie village officials also ap- proved the election of Fire .Chief ! .'Carlton Hiiebeler and three, as-.i sistant cliiefs for one year on/ • the recommendation of the 12 ‘ delegates of tlie four fire com­ panies,,Tlie assistant ehjefs-who.,; Will serve under Huebeler.' are' Harold Glerum, first; Richard I Norscn, second, . and George DeMay, third. Robert Chelney of Wast Ave. I appeared before the board to see; what the village could do to re- ] pair damage done to the front' of his property by snow' plows.; during the past winter. He ■ pointed out that he ■ was not complaining about snow reroov- ■ ai but was concerned about tfrfe “cut back” in front .of his resi­ dence. He said the village- did a good job in snow .\removal. An T Expansion of N e w a rk W a y n e C o m m u n ity H o spital from - 92 hu a 100 u> /Ml' b n ! hospital and^the enlargem e n t of m o s t d e r a i lm e n ts afai £ v l o t<tko of liie- I'iiore-a.so is,-en- 'j,/ 'prop 1 : -' ’ ' 11 ’—L --- visFonect H I-H A T T E R S will be featured a t Arine [VlacLeocl’s cfalice workshop on S a tu r d a y r A p r il-d rv: at- tire N e w a rk G range H all. F rom left— W a iva H e rro n , Janice T h tav e s , A n n V a lastro and Stjzanne Jansen. directors at its liiyi'tiijg Monday , night, -• i Tlie scheme tor tlte new ia- cihties; prepared lot the huspi- ' till by. Ritchie and West, liospi- ' |.tal consliitnnls of Boston and; .Fort Lauderdale, includes a new : basement .and re-story tower; . building at the southwest end of . Jtllig present structure. ! j” Total 'c’usT' 0| tin\ projei f, at * |prevailing 'rates, is estimated^ -,by -tlie doiisulunh at. six to six [nnd a' half million dollars with i federal .assistance anticipated' , T for one third the cost. Henry «r^. Barnes, New York i The proposed facility is for' haffiq conimibsionef, tyill 2thc- -.purpose implementing ’ be the speaker .at the annual the recommendatMns for Wayne I hieetfrig of the Wayne .county. I County of the Rochester Re-1 membership of the Fiilker EhkeS giftnni Hospitpi Coimeil Basic 1 Association at Becken's Park on, 'in the plan is U»tv' Marshall/ of Newark,- ‘• ' w W M . .Community C c t-R o d C o s, is-elite ring the.home .stretdi,with two new divisions mining forces w drills shnuld heeome an at- .toward the $65,545 joal, according to Charles E. Stott, campaign' fihate' hospital of the \Newark director. -Pledges tabulated through this and aides for the election of can-, eriand, for the occasion? didates to serve on the board at<f the annual district meeting to be held on May 7. ; Avery B. Robinson was ap-i pointed chairman of balloting. Named inspectors were Mrs. 1 Harold Montana. Mrs. Jacoby Sirkin, Mrs. Henry ' Kellogg, i Mrs. Edward Mundy. Mrs. An-j thony Fischette and Donald. Crowley, chief ...inspector... Mrs. j Robert Casselman !J and Mrs.; R a l p h W e s t b r o o k w e r e a p p o i n t - i' | perintendent of public works; | and submitted at the next 'board I meetihg. i Mrs. Ada Stickles of Vienna St., accompanied. by three neighbors, appeared before the , board with a request for a sewer line to their ’property. Supefin- ■ tendent. of Public Works Lukas was instructed to present defin­ ite 'cost figures at the May 7 meeting when an answer will be (Continued on Page 10) assistant Clerks. , > t Mrs.' Murray Befgman and The (own board received three James R. Peck are, candidates bids for a new ambulance at a Y illu Q e - B o o l’d A d DTOVBS for reeiection to the school special session held Tuesday v: . n board. Deadline tor designating night in the firemen's rooms.at pw Q R e q u e s t s fo r P'Ork petitions is April 23. Term is for j.city HalL , - J three years. | Bids ranged Trdm $9,800 . to Permission for the use of Col- The school board also adopt- j $13,3&S. No art ton .was taken byf burn Park 'for youth baseball , ' and an exhibition softball game George - Hr4 was granted by the village board at 8 a.m. on Sept. 4. »• Lookup said the board vt-as very at Tuelday nightk meeting at The bid of -$i^948--subHiitted hy ..concerned over the..number. of/City Hall. — the Grass Cutting Equipment j fires which have broken out in Deluge Hose Co. No, 1 was Co. of Rochester for grass cut -1 the townslup due to careless- given pennission to use the East ting equipment was accepted by I ness. A brusli fire sent firemen • Newark Park on the night of the board. Two biefs. were sub- out while the board was in ses- Aug. 14 when .the Queen and ed the school calendar for the | the town sblons. year 1968-69. Schools will 6pen | Town Supervisor niitted. Board also moved tojsion. partieipate m the 4-county co-j The board empliasized operative bread program 1 Her. Maids will engage a local that ( group .in- the exhibition game, fori some action may have to be tak- ; The Police Athletic League was next year. Thr lr married children ■ 'r lamihcs. i’ajmeris entertained and E : ' Lt in all up ui’.d 1 T ii,”-said Mr.- w*-rr-33rtrrT1lFTroiI5rr * * lu''J-Nl ( 1 nut;' Sheriff Jariirs ‘-f? '■ uassingf 0,rt cjgbs ’ori » of a son. Robert Mi- Tf‘ tfr now l'.at three boys »'.fl ,| e ,.l . J'\' \’nr‘'- boys-aind I’ll Have • !b.tii tram,” said tlm- Pr°utl shrrjtf. ThE -iri can be the referee,\/ '.'led ___ b'othcr.. is doing lhat_ replied Hurley. I * « «. *ua certain local pr/,//•ri ’ W'cre discussing the. I n;;./ ''*uatioii when theii;.; J\i? involved' in the.|, 'Continued on Page 10) t Village Dump to Remain Open Sundays in May • The village tliiiup \en the O'Brien Road will/be oprn on the four Sundays in May from 1 to 6 p m . according taken by the village Tuesday night s Hall. ' . The action Was taken to. en.- able ’ hoineowhers tOj. |ake their afiJeamupi—Musc. en to curb careless fires in the given, permission to use the park from the last week in June through August ,for boys’ base­ ball. to action board at session., at City m .dirnip. tow n ship. V illage A p p o ints Thom as C ritelli ; B uilding Inspector i Appointment of Thomas Cri- tetli as building inspertor for the Village of Newark was made by the village board at Tuesday 1 night’s meeting at City Hall. week totaled $36,532 or 55,7 per cent of the overall goal. ■The Newark State School Di­ vision, directed by Chester M. Pelis and Dr. Howard Stevensoh, officially kicks off its- phase of the campaign today, leaving only the Residential Division to complete the community-wide offensive to raise $65,545. A quota of $4,000 has been set for the State School effort in the drive. .' ' The Residential Division, head­ ed by Mrs. Charles F. Klefekef,. has scheduled a coffee hour meeting next Wednesday at 10 a.m. at St, Mark's Episcopal Church -parish house. Alll divi­ sion captains, leaders and work­ ers plan tcf attend the coffee session. . __ Complete information on the needs of the member agencies will be presented and plans de­ tailed' for meeting the goal which will be announced at the coffee hour. Stott also revealed- that the leading division in striving for its goal- is-the—Advanced Gifts group with 99 percent of its goal pledged, followed by the New­ ark Schools Division af. 74 per cent, the Commercial Division (Continued oil Fage 10) a g e is. f]'*t' ~kir-*a~tiT£r. an area such as this < an Sup-, April -25. port only one medical center! James .with .all the medical, facilities Wayne County director for the /and services 'requiiecfTbdaji, and ! F.L.A., will preside at the 7 p.m. that the Newark-Wayne Hospi- ' chicken barbecue .meeting. .. ■ tal should asstmtt the role of j Barnes, who spent his \boyhood regional , hospital for Wayne j on Wilson St., is an authorltjHeiF and cohtiguous areas. , traffic. He has written a popu-^.1 Under this arrangement it is Uar b001^ on the subject and has - ; suggested by the consultants ! similar positions ifi ’Baltl- • more and Denver. He has been engaged by other countries iri .aid’, advisory capacity oh ! trafficr- problems. Th.e former Newark resided ; Wayne in order . to provide j : services the Myers Hospital can-1 . . ................................ not afford to maintain. The 1 recently completed'a world tour* two hospitals in Lyons would be j The business evening is de-. phased out 'and a community signed • to update the Wayne ; health and medical clinic would I County members of F.L.A, yvlth I ;:be established there as a branch I reference to the latest Iffforma- of the Newark-Wayne Hospital.' tie\ and activities of- the asso- 2 ' ciation. Conrad T. Turtney, ex^ ecutive director, will present- this phase of the program. Two county counselors' will .be eject­ ed for 3-year terms. ^ Serving with Marshall as ‘ F.L.A. appointed director' Ts Donald Colvin of < Savannah, Board of Supervisors, along with J. C. Hoste of Newark, director at large, and counselors HartJ Pries of Lyons, George Arney-ol\~| Sodus Point, Leslie A, Hickey of 1 In addition to approving the new building proposal, the New­ ark hospital board also voted ..that President L.• j! Engleson •be authorized'to send a “Letter '■' * of Intent” to Dr, William G. j The village board has posted , HafnerT state regionaLhealth di-, the \no burning” sign Mil’the rector. comihuhity in .the wale *;qT hum- ’\ \gurfl. a jettcr first’step crous brush f#es logged 'at fire to star>l Uu, pl;u: on its way headquarters dtu’ing the past 2 j.jir0Ugj1 official channels for \• . - f -state approval and government Under emergency Procedures flnancull ;lsslsl;ince. In the village law, the board. hn„,„, vot„rI to . s s s * * “ p\\ i '»T« i as “no burning!” ‘‘no open fires” and “no indiscriminate burai. tyeais and plans to iernedj, th­ ing” jn takiiig the action to curb slHua .°\ f ' C ltClL Ul ,CI lomr\1 needless fh-es ■ • jsideration for at least as long, j Assistant Fire Chief Harold iW ® t0 approval by the boaid Glerum pointed out that 30 calls: Hobday night the new expan- haVe been received in the past 5100 Proposal had been ratified , 2 Vz weeks with a ^majority of ; by the Newark l.ospital s long j therii inside the village Mayor [ range planning committee and expressed great concern over the fash of careless fires -and were unanimous-in the roll call vote to ban ail open fires until further notice! (Continued on Page it)) on Sunday afternoon. Y o u r C - G Annals Births W h e re To Find ft ............. 3B ' 2 /..; e i Deaths .. Dining ■ • ■ Directory Editorials Marion .. - Sports -Theaters- , Wantr-Ads lh e appouitintnt is cite'ctTVE' June 1 iii the new budget. The tjipsitson carries an annual sal- t Critelli, a’ nattye of Newark; lias been employ%p as water meter serviceman since I960., He is a Newark High.-School gradu­ ate'. ’ ^ Vandals Break Windows In T wo Parked Cars *’ Steve. Petty. 155 McDdrmott ,St./ reported to police 'Saturday j ... 9B morning that all the windows on; . 5B his .1949 ear were broken while | , 3B it was parked near a'warehouse/; 4B, 5B in- the Country Club area. ! 6B, 7B Windows were also, broken on ’ ... 9B bis father’s ear which was park- j ... 9B ed iii the same’ vicinity. V illage J u stice Reports Record Day in C o u rt in Tlie .month ol Match was d , busv one for Village Justice Thomas W Birhll.' In fact it was lli( busies* fm him in -village (■<•%! since na assumed offire in April 1965. CAMPAIGN LEADERS — Playing key roles in the Arcadia Community Chest- Red Cross fund drive now ih progress in Newark are (from left) Frank Luerssen, 'chairman- Mills, chairman of Commercial Division; Charles Stott, campaign chairman; Arthur’ Legg, second vice chairman; Robert Van­ Reypen, first vice chairman. Campaign, A. _slighl- increase - in= Wayae= County’s jobless ranks w^s re-'| ported this week by the local of- fice of the State Employment Service. , - Joseph Bonafede, manager, , reported a jobless figure of 1,678 as against 1.659 for the previous' week' and 1 ,c26 a year agp. There was relatively littje' ;| change in the Newark area- clainis luad durmg the past wrck .is employment remained. steady in southern Wayne Couh-;| \The ivcTil'cl niVUTir-’-^W' t*-\ ■ t- ' T-'\-1 Nf^w-ri-i'-k—riff ■ magistrate dispose nf 62 motor claimitnts-for unemployment in- 1 vehicle cases 19 jftjj I I\nw sihsrcs In I and 121 parking ( red tickets) ; 490 the previous we§k and 48.T a: | violat ion casps for a tqta j of 202. year'ago. ^ The motor vchiclo cases were The Scdus area claitJis- loa.d the most in any one month and Increased from 1,1.69 to 1,213 due’ I the penal law ca,ses tied a pre- l2, ®°™/ seasonal laybffs- in I IVibus mbn^h • ■‘ , i it: . nprtherp,. Wayne County food I - The mtmt.li’s ‘oht’.-«f 302^afite4»oce»lng plants. A* year, agd^l , compares with the previous ; office noted 1,239 idle.. ; high of 162 set in January of ' 19®7i , . ; Police Probe Report Fines and bail forfeitures rti-. - _ r mitted to the Dtparfment of O r Rattlers in Woods. Audit ana (jontrol totaled $i',399 ^ [ to compare witn the previous Rattlesnakes in Newark? .high of $1,217 reported, in Janu- t Police received a call Tuesday ;ary 1967. , that one was seen hi the woods ; J Justice Biddle spent 78 hours ! near the Plaza area. An in v e s - 1 in the disposition of eases in vil- ‘tigation revealed nothing but/ j lage court during the month, ^brush, limbs, and m o re weeds; /

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