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. * i . . . : • Newark,N.Y. Courier-Gazette ! i Thursday, SepL* 5, 1968 . Rockefeller rn\ nounced today approval of a $383,075 Pure Waters program construction gra n t' application \by the-Village of Macedon. m Wayne County foi a complete sanitary sewage system. Pui Waters program giants are pro­ vided under the direction of the State Health Department. ^ Initially tite-pmoject will pro­ vide a complete sanitary sew­ age system for tjnc-. (Tillage of .Maeeddn. Extensions of this are anticipated to serve populated areas of the Town of Macedon for a design population of 2,509 ■in 1985-. Construction of the fa­ cility will abate pollution of the Barge Canal and Ganargua Creek, — Thfr' total estimated eligible cost of the protect is $849,280. The anticipated State grant of 59 per cent of the eligible cost includes $1941784 or the full 30 per cert State\share'and an ad­ ditional $188,291 State- prefi­ nancing of the Federal share.1 Because of inadequate Congres­ sional -appropriat ions, for water pollution; control the Federal grant will be only $6,492 or,6nc per cent of the total eligible cost. ■ An application for the Fed­ eral grant is being forwarded io the Federal Water Pollution Control Administration. Design ’ engineers are Smitn. • Hershey, Malone and Norton of Rochester. . • - - 1 HAPPY REUNION— Frank Mels (night) holds reunion with .brother and sister in Italy. It marked first time they haxl .se'eri each other in, 50 years. Governor Rockefeller has an­ nounced approval of a $49,500 federal grant-nn-aid for outdoor recreation In Wayne County. The federal grant was made under.. provisions,' of the Band ahd Water Conservation Fund -Act. Federal grants are matched by local funds in each instance The ■ Governor said: \these “grants\ a r e another example oi Federal, State and local units of government working together to provide Increased recreational population/’ r The -$49,500 grant to Wayne 'County Is for acquisition of ap­ proximately 4.5 acres of land at Sands Point on Lake Ontario. Cost of the project includes t\re installation of underground’ 'plectric lines presently over­ head; development of a picnic area, beach and bathhouse fa­ cilities. The Sands Point property is the last existing available parcel of land in this area for park de- -velopmcnt along the shores of: Laj-ie Ontario “and provides a much needed -facility for the people of Wayne County and ad­ jacent’ areas, according to the governor’s office. Paid • attendance in hom» games lias now reached’,'19,f93 prior to last night’s game wiiii the Yankees. Trio Meets in Italy When Frank Mels of 302 N . Main St. cot off Hie plane at sin airport in Italy his sister and a brother were itn^re to greet him. His sister, Anna, fainted., It -w>fts the first Ume tticy liail seen each other in 50.years:. Mels' sister never believed, \ ' _ — she'd'ever sec her brother aiain tihe reunion. Jw . q retired shoe- aftgr all the years--a half inakrt. '=bru tight hls ’pditfref up tury. to date me duings m Catunzare. Mels, accompanied by Jus. 20- '.and Frank,, -u disaiilid rci.ree year-Oid. daughter. Csrinella.. from 5ear-s-Rootnick. tried to. spent three weeks-hi Catanzaro.iconvince h is brother and Sister Italy, where he W a s redinied' that there is nothing te compare with hts Brother\ Joe, an-d s is - with America, ter. The reunion -was a happy Thr Newarkito and his d.uiuh- one despite the airport- incident ter left Italy witli. tears but they The two brothers and._ sister.were happy to be back home in had a lot to talk about chifing Newark. The Town, of Macedon ■ p a s been .ordered by tpe State Health Department • t o ’ stop the jpeii turning of refuse, Dr. Hoi.-- hs S. Ingraham., state health jonuinssimidr has announced. Dr. Iiigralvam said the order is based on a sigiijekLstipulation in whiifh town officials agreed that iutfieient facts exist to warrant. ,ueh an order.. The stipulation, .vhich ended- the need, for a pub- iic PeaeriBg in the ease, was signed by Augustine. Marvin, own supervisor, and Maurice Strobridge o f Newark, town at- orney. Dtpaftment officials said the town had - burned ’ industrial j wastes from a plastics manufac- jlurer. - ------ Open burning 'is prohibited under both the State Sanitary Qpde and. the State Air Pollu­ tion Control BoaM Rules. Vio- •J iation .of. an- orjtidr can be pun- I ished-by fines of “Up\tp$l 700 O -for • the'violation plus up to $209 per • day Far -each' day it continues. Tne only currently acceptable, method for disposing of a ll types | of normal solid waste including I bulky items, refuse and garbage1 ls the sanitary landfill. Tn - a sanitary landfill, refuse must be eampacted daily and ' covered with at least-six inches of earth or other suitable material. With-, rft a week—after-final deposits are made in the area,’ they must ! be compacted and covered'with twg fciet of material. • .. Jn addition,flies,, rodents, ver-, nvin and other insects must be kept under ’ rontr-pl, ■ papers and other refuse must tie confined to the disposal area by fencing or other suitable itieans; salvag­ ing <if refuse must be regulated to avoid -creating a nuisance,! and the approach road must be I kept open to vehicular- traffic! throughout the year. CITED BY ARMY John Hzufon; son of Dr. and jMrs. Milloti Elzufon1 of Grace |. I Ave.. was awarded' the D istin-: guished Military graduate awn r d : by the U S. Army for his opt-: standing work in ROTC a t Rose | Polytechnic' Institute: i Classified Want Atls Bring Re- 1 suits. Newark and W o lcott Y O U R FURNITURE D O L L A R G O E S ■ C ctjiia I r r liui &cc fo r ycaurscit why so many of satisfied ’ c u stom ers havo referred to BEAN'S as th e “ W orkingm an's Friend:” Once Russell M, Fowler Of Bald'- ■winsville, a former Wayne Coun­ ty’ resident, has been named as administrator for the* Wayne Economic Development Corpor­ ation. at a salary of $15,000 a year. f ' ’ ' .He was selected among- 50 a p ­ plicants by a six-member panel from the Wayne Economic De­ velopment’ Committee. Fowler, ' 52,’ was \born en’ a farm in the South Butler-Savattnah ■ area/ For the past six yehrs he has4 Operated \his .own . business in l ; 'fealdwlnsville, prim arily’ Selling electronic 'systems to upstate schools. His firm deals with 85 schools with a volume of about $500,000: ' Fowler, a gradiiaile of Syra­ cuse University and F'ordham Law, School, will begin working immediately to help draw Up ..and implement an overall eco­ nomic development plan for-Jj Wayrte County afid try to re­ cruit new industry in the coun­ ty’ _ ” The Wayne Economic Devel­ opment has a $43,385 budget for the year beginning last July 1 of which $28,460 conies from a . federal’ grant. An assistant to the administrator and a secre­ ta r y h s o will' be hired. W I C K E S ) IS T I E P L A C E F o R . . O N E W E E K WICKES’ WEATHER-RESISTANT When it comes to roofing, buy the best at -finish. Selection of colors. Easy to install. Three bundles cover 100 square feet. 240 Lb. Sealdon Butt’Tab * R e g . 2 . 4 8 bundle PAINTED GALVANIZED r \ - ~ Heavy steel core-—galvanized to resist rust ' and corrosion. Gleaming white enamel- fin­ ish cuts, maintenance and \ends painting for­ ever. 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