ARCADE COMMUNITY CHEST DRIVE OCTOBER 10-22 Haven't we had enough of Khrush chev? Do you feel as we do that the papers, radio and television have played him up enough? Per sonally its getting a'little disgust ing do hear and read about him daily. And let's all thank the good Lord above that we have at head of our government a man, and true soldier, who was. willing to stand up to him and never walvered once while he continually leveled his blasts at the United States, the U. N. General Assembly and the other free nations making up this world we live in. And that is what President Elsenhower along with a former western New York er, James Wadsworth have steadi ly done. With ithis a presidential elec tion year we can't help but be lieve that Mr K. along with his bearded friend from Cuba are here but for one reason and that is to spread propaganda with high hopes of splitting the American people at this time. When is it more opportune to cause confus ion than when the country is de ciding upon the man to head their government for the. next four years. And do you feel that re gardless ct the outcome of the November 8th election that we will be in a'more favorable position with the Communistic leaders? Of course, we won't because re< gardless of the- outcome they must cope with us as the power of the World. Yes, we mean, \power of the World!\ Time and time again it has been proven and Mr. K. too, is well aware of this fact. Can the Russians support as well as develop the isle of Cuba as the United States did? Admitted they can seize many of, the present developments and run them but it stilktook the American money and know how to bring that Country as-far as it has come. Frankly we feel that we are wasting our time becoming disturbed at what those two say and do. So long as we have the firm leadership as we have now, they still must fabri cate charges and counter charges to keep the World guessing, as to what is right. Then too, they must make a lot of noise to save face- at home where they must be on the hot seat. Let's forget them and work together, regardless of race, creed, religion or politics to keep the United States the power it tsl .„..,_ It's rather hard to keep our mind on the business with, the an nual baseball classic about to start in Pittsburgh. By the time you read this one game will be history and the second game to be played. Naturally our hopes are riding on those Pittsburgh Pirates and we'd be more than happy to see a four game series. Mike naturally is still riding with those \darn-Yankees\ and probably he'll have the last laugh. But then we can always go back to that old cry, \wait until next year.\ Once again, we wish to bring to your, attention the visit of the two. top,'men of New York State. One week from- today Gov. Rock- feller,\ Lt Gov. Wilson and their wives will make a stop in Arcade during their whirlwind tour of Western New York. Touring on behalf of the Nixon-Lodge team, they will make a brief visit to our town and all are invited to meet these men. A reception will be held in the Arcade Central School cafeteria. Their time is listed for 3 p. m. escorted by Wyoming County Sheriff Thomas Kennedy. We also understand that Morgan SiegeL sheriff' of Cattaraugus County, will escort the party to Olean where the Governor' will speak that evening. Don't forget the date and above all don't for get to attend this affair. From the Arcade Central School news this week this item was announced and deserves everyone's attention who lives in this dis trict. The Board of Education announced that citizens comm ittees ore now being formed to hold general public meetings for the purpose of planning prepara tory .to the proposition of a new school in the district. This is of vital importance- to every per son who lives in this district and they should give these meetings their most sincere ^attention. The school board is guided by the -vot ers will and they should have everyone's cooperation. We shall endeavor to keep the voters in formed of progress by the board and committees on this issue. On Tuesday night, October 4 a meeting was held with Trevor Rogers and site utilization and building planning was discussed. Arcade Music Boosters Organize for 1960-61 The Arcade Music Boosters held a meeting Wednesday evening, September 28th to discuss their program for the 1960-61 season. An entirely different program was planned with no member ship drive or soliciting being, planned. Two out of town trips are to be sponsored by the group, onevto Kleinhan 's Music Hall and the' other to Houghton College to hear the Navy band. Plans were also made for' a college, music organization., to come to Arcade for a public concert. Detailed plans for these\ concerts \will ap-' pear in the paper a few weeks in advance. ..- '•'•\/' ' The Music Boosters, organization is made up of all parents of music students in school as well as any of those people interested in promoting, the music program. ONE OF THE FIVE TRI-COUNTY WEEKLY PUBLICATIONS COVI HERALD NSHIPS IN WYOMING, CATTARAUGUS AND ERIE COUNTIES Volume LXIX 10c Copy; 15c by Mail; $4 per Year Two Sections-16 Pages Thursday, October 6, 1960 Number 38 Sardinia Town Board Adopts Junk Yard Regulation Ordinance At a public hearing held by the Town Board at Sardinia Town Hall, Monday, October 3rd, the Town Board adopted an ordin ance designed to control and reg ulate junk yards and doalers in certain kinds of secondhand mat erials throughout the Township of Sardinia. The hearing was at tended by some 25 to 30 residents of the Township, several of whom spoke in favor of the ordinance and no one appeared in opposition. The ordinance takes effect at once. On the same evening, a public hearing was neld by the Town Board on the adoption of a pro posed ordinance controlling .dogs running ait large in the Township of Sardinia. The ordinance was drafted and submitted on the rec ommendations of the Department of Health and at the instance of the dog warden. Several of those present spoke strongly against adopting any ordinance on the reg ulation of -dogs in the Town ship and on a show of hands only four citizens recommended the ad option of the proposed ordinance while some 15 voted against any regulation on the subject. The Town Board voted unanimously to dismiss the present proposal and to reconsider it ait a later date in a more modified form. Sealed bids were received for the purchase of a new 4-wheel drive highway truck with snow plow equipment. The bids were opened and publicly read and the contract was awarded to George W Whitehead Co., Inc., for the purchase of an Oshkosh Model W616 N truck complete with-5 yard body, hydraulic con trols, V type snow plow and 12 foot wing at a delivery cost of $18,000.00. This new equipment will be a valuable addition to the snow fighting apparatus of the Township. Delivery is expected within the next two weeks. -Kenneth Keating Honorary Chairman of Oitertog for- Conarets Campaign Harold C. Ostertag Senator Kenneth B. Keating will serve as honorary chairman' of a 50 member campaign committee to re-elect' Congressman Harold C. Ostertag, Republican Con gressman from the 39th district. Sheriff Albert Skinner and Re publican •Vice-Chairman John' DiGaetano of Rochester will serve as Co-chairmen while Michael Feller of Rochester will act. as coordinator of campaign activi ties. James Gillan of Warsaw was appointed county vice-chairman for Wyoming County. Other com mittee members from Wyoming County will include Willard Rich- ter .of Attica, George Blodgett of Perry, Milford Newman of Arcade, Charles Taylor of Pavilion, Ar thur Kern of Attica, E. I. Ander son of Attica, Hugh Wilson of Ar cade, Mrs. Elinor Melln of War saw, Mrs. Edith Conable of Cas tile and James Gillen of Warsaw. At the same time, a formation of a Veteran's Committee for Ost ertag for Congress was announced by Ulysses S. Byram, chairman of the committee. This nonpartisan committee will include all the leaders from the major veterans organization in Monroe, Orleans, Genesee and Wyoming Counties. Fred Taggert of Batavia was named vice-chairman while E. Vincent Hankey of Batavia was named Secretary-Treasurer. Re verend Harold Burlingame of Bliss was named Wee-chairman for Wyoming County. Other re presentatives from Wyoming County on the committee include Nelson Steinbaugh, Lavern Fent- on, Donald Taylor and Mrs. John Gaffney all of Attica, Frank Ols zewski of Bennington, Leo Deck-' er of Arcade, Marlln Bassett of Warsaw, Adelbert Crawford of Perry and Rev. Burlingame and Mr. Byram.' Marilyn Chapped Enters Fredonia State University Miss Marilyn L. Chappell of Smith Avenue, Delevan, is en rolled in the largest freshman class in history in the elementary curriculum at the State University Lawrence Davis Awarded New York Scholarship Lawrence Davis, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold E. Davis of 86 Park Street, Arcade, has been awarded a New York State Regents College Teaching Fellowship for graduate work. This fellowship is design ed for those planning to teach on the college level in New York State, and carries a stipend of from $500 to $2500 a year for two years, depending upon financial need. Mr. Davis is presently engaged in a program leading to a Master of Arts Degree in history at the University of Rochester. He is a 1960 graduate of Houghton College and a 1957 graduate of Arcade Central School. Edward Hainey Named A ssijlanf Manager oT Local GIF Mill A former employee of the GLF in Mansfield, Pa. has been named assistant manager., of the Arcade mill. Edward Hainey who served as salesman at the' above named mill has moved into the area with, his •family and has assumed his duties in .this mllL . He and Mrs. Hainey along with their five child ren are living in- a toiler in the Twin Lakes Trailer Camp lo cated on Route 15 between York shire and Delevan. Mr. Hainey is a graduate of Ithaca College and has been em ployed by GLF for 3% years. All area patrons are urged to stop in at the local mill and meet the new assistant manager. Golden Age Club Plans Trip to Alleghany State Park October 8 The members of the Golden Age Club of Holland who plan to make the trip to Allegany State Park on Saturday October 8th are asked to meet at ' the Holland Central School at 10 a.m. where they will leave\ by bus. Anyone 60 veal's of age or older is invited t o join .the club on their trip and at their meetings. Arrangements for the trip can be made by calling Mrs. Struwe at LF 7-2414. Temperatures For September 28—October 4 High Low Wednesday 72 47 Thursday 74 48 Friday (0 47 Saturday 55 32 Sunday 66 37 Monday 58 40 Tuesday 53 3C Precipitation — .31\ College of Education at Fredonla. A graduate of Delevan-Machias Central High School, Marilyn Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Chappell. 16 Towns Build More Than 60 Miles of Erwin Roads In Wyoming County New York State, with a record $660,000,000 in highway construc tion under way today, plans to maintain this highway program at peak level in the 1960's, Assembly man Harold L. Peet disclosed to day. \Highway needs are expanding •with the growth of our popula tion and economic activity. Supt. J. Burch MbCorran has informed me 'that in recognition of this fact the Department of Public Works expects to continue or Increase its-current rate of construction in the decade ahead. In fact we win attain a new year-end of approxi mately' $700,000,000 by Decem ber- with work covering 1,80© miles of highways in the state, ex clusive of' Thruway contracts.\ ' .This record program was made .possible by increased State high way, appropriations provided by the 1900 Legislature, and exceed ed the highest appropriations un der the previous administration by \This stepped-up program has been good for Wyoming County,' we have had five State projects of reconstruction or resurfacing and widening totaling about 25 miles during 1959 and I960. These projects Improve routes 19, 39) 77. and 78.\ . >-« \In addition state aided County and Town highway programs are setting new marks during this per iod. The Wyoming County Highway Department has resurfaced nearly 100 miles 1 and reconstructed about 35 miles of their county system in two years.\ \ \During 1959-60 the 16 Towns built more than 60 miles of Er win roads which brings the total mileage of these year-around town roads to more than 275 miles in nine years. The Erwin Pro gram will continue for 11 years. This has been accomplished on a pay-as-you-go plan. \ * J Joe Wesp, Famed \Ironic Reporter'' Dies In Buffalo Hospital; Scenes From His Last Trip Info Area ^•rv.-'Vrv\ 1 Joe Wesp, 60, famed in hhe Niagara Frontier as the \Irdnic Reporter\ passed away Sunday; in the Buffalo General HospltaOtr. Wesp, who was popular'^ffiurhia area had been ill for about a year. The above pictures are from his last horse and buggy trip through the area which was com pleted in the late summer of 1050. His first trip in the area was in 1933 in his Sweet Chariot drawn by a horse which became known to his many readers as Swing Low. In 1950 he named his buggy the \Cracker Barrel\ and his horse became; known as \Jeff Whitaker\. Mr. Wesp was a resident of- Pike for a short time. In 1955 Mr. Wesp inaugarated a radio program known as \Seven Day Deadline\ interviewing week ly editors'and one of the first to be interviewed was the late Paul F. Dorris, former editor and pub lisher of the Tri-County Weekly Publications. (haffee-Sardinia Kiwanis Club Sponsors Trip to Niagara Falls Air Base The Chaffee-Sardinia Kiwanis Club, with a helping hand and donation from Chaffee Lodge No. 256, I. O. O. F. sponsored a trip to the Niagara Falls Air Base. The trip 'was made by 130 children from the town of Sardinia from second to eighth grades. This ex cursion was in connection with the yearly observance of Chil dren's Day by the Niagara Fron tier Kiwanis Clubs, and arrange ments made with the Air Base to demonstrate various planes and missies presently stationed at the Air Base. The children enjoyed them selves, and were able to get a first hand look at some of the newest jet planes, and saw a helicopter demonstration. The Chaffee-Sardinia Club wishes to thank the chaperones. Third Degree to Be Given Arcade Lodge, No. 419 At a regular communication of Arcade Lodge No. 419, F. & A. M. scheduled for tomorrow night the; third degree will be presented. The first section will be conferred starting at 5:30 p.m. and will be followed by a dinner served by the ladies of the Order of Eastern Star. The second section will start at 8 p.m. Tickets for the dinner are now on sale. Members are reminded of the coming Genesee-Wyoming area meeting to be held in Arcade on Wednesday night, November 2. Speaker for the evening will be Carl W. Petersen, grand master of Masons in the State of New York. A dinner will be held prior to the meeting in the Arcade Central School cafeteria starting at 6:30 p.m. Tickets are available from the ^Arcade Lodge officers now. Fire Destroys Edward Jessie Home At Elton iFire of unknown orgin destroyed the home of Edward Jessie at El ton, . New York, last Wednesday afternoon. Volunteer firefighters from Delevan, Yorkshire and Ma- chias saved most of the contents on the first floor. No estimate of the loss was made, but it is par tially covered by insurance. .The flames which broke out on the second floor were discover ed by a neighbor, Charles Bar ber, with whom Mr. Jessie was visiting at the time. BLISS SOCIAL REBEKAH LODGE TO MEET OCTOBER 11 The regular meeting of the Bliss Social Rebekah Lodge will, be held Tuesday evening, October 11th at 7 p.m. The lodge will then travel to Silver Springs for the installa tion of offficers. Arcade Chamber of Commerce Sends Resolution To Arcade Village Board At the regular meeting of the Board of Directors of the Ar cade Chamber of Commerce held recently it was moved to send a resolution of commenda tion for the paving Job recently completed in the Village. The resolution read as follows: RESOLVED: That the Board of Directors of the Arcade Chamber of Commerce com mend .you. and your associates for the excellent paving job you have recently completed on many of the side streets in the Village. Everyone associated with this project worked many lonr, hard hours on this project and should be very proud of their contribution toward its completion. The resolution ww sent to Mayor John Bailey on behalf of the Board. Arcade Boy Scouts Complete Successful Apple Sale Troop 55, Boy Scouts of Amer ica located here in Arcade have completed their apple sale for this year. This is reported t o be the most successful sale ever held by the local troop. Delivery of the apples were made last weekend by the scouts and their helper-fathers. Proceeds from this sale are used to defer their yearly camping trip at Camp Sam Wood. The Scouts wish to thank all who helped make this sale such a hugh success. CHAFFEE HOME DEMONSTRATION UNIT TO HOLD BUSINESS MEETING The first annual business meet ing of the Chaffee Home Demon stration Unit will be held in the Chaffee Batist Church Ladies Aid Rooms at 7:45 p.m. on October 11, After the meeting secret pals will be revealed and new names for the coming year will be drawn. The second lesson on the dried arrangements will also be taught. Members interested In making the arrangements should bring all dried materials, clay, contain ers and scissors. Hostesses will be Mrs. Ber- nice Kramer and Mrs. Ann Feral di. The Arcade Home Demonstra tion Unit will meet Thursday evening, October 6 at 8 o'clock in the Arcade Library Rooms. The group will be doing chair can ing. . Women's Farm-Bureau Elects Officers for 1960 The Wyoming County Farm Bureau Women's Committee met last Tuesday with some 13 mem bers present Highlight of the meeting was the election of offi cers for the coming year. Elected were; President) Lucille Carlson of Warsaw; Vice-President. Ar- lene Chamberlain of Middleburg and Secretary, Mary Ellen Vbor- hees of Castile. $7,810 Goal Set For Year's Community Chest Drive The Arcade Community Chest, Inc. has sent letters to all.resi dents of the Town of Arcade ex plaining this year's drive. This is the word of chairman Bill Boreanaz, who is heading this year's drive. The dates of the drive are October 10-22 during which time a neighbor will call for your contribution. Each donator is urged to check off the agency that he wishes to donate to and the amount to each. This year the Community Chest of Arcade will contribute to 17 different agencies. This number has grown considerably since its inception some years ago. This will be the only drive of the organization and the goal is set at $7,810, a slight increase over last year. ATI arc urged to give to the best of their ability. Included in the letters-being, mailed Is a list of most asked questions and the answers. Plans Set for Gov. Rockefeller Visit to Arcade On Next Thursday. A reception to honor the visit of New York State .Governor Nel son A. Rockefeller, Lieutenant Governor Malcolm Wilson, accom panied by Mrs. Rockefeller and Mrs. Wilson to Arcade on Thurs day, October 13, will be held at 3.30 that afternoon in the Arcade Central School Cafeteria. The occasion is open to everyone who would like to meet and talk with our two top state officials. The Wyoming County Republican Committee, sponsor of the event, feels that this is a rare opportu nity to meet the Governor and Lieutenant Governor and their wives informally. Sheriff Thomas V. Kennedy will personally direct the three car escort of the Sheriffs Depart ment to bring the official party from Livington County along route 39, through Perry, Castile, Lamont, Bliss, Eagle and Arcade. After the reception, the Sheriff will es cort the group to Yorkshire Cor ners and Cattaragus County, on their way to Olean where the Gov ernor Lieutenant Governor will speak at a GOP dinner. The annual fall meeting of the Republican Women's Club of Wyoming County will be held at 3 o'clock, preceding the recep tion in the Arcade School. There •will be election of officers. Arcade Lions Club Meets; Hears Civil War Talk The Arcade Lions Club held their bi-monthly meeting Monday night in Norm's Restaurant with some 25 members present The meeting was called to order at 6:30 p.m. by President Carlyle Curtis. A report was heard from Avery Terk in relation to the forth com ing visit the club is to make to the Warsaw Hospital. Lions Ed Dreh- nan and Mike Dorris then made a complete financial report on the progress of the light bulb sale. $872.00 was reported collected at this time. Program chairman Don Belden introduced the guest speaker of the evening, Don Burkel of Batavia, who gave an interesting speech on the Civil War. Mr. Burkel exhibited some of his excellent collections from the war such as shells, canteens, rifles and photographs. The meeting was adjourned at 8:10 p.m. by President Curtis with no further business in evidence. Buffalo Valley Grange Holds Regular Meeting; Plans Hallowe'en Party On Saturday night, October 1, the regular monthly meeting of the Buffalo Valley Grange was held in the Grange Hall in Java Village. Worthy Master Erwin Freyberger presided at this meeting. Host and Hostesses for the meeting .included Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hudson, Mr. and Mrs. Austin Kepphart and Mr and Mrs. Otto Yuenker. Follow ing the meeting refreshments were served. At this meeting Amendment'No. 2 was thoroughly discussed.- The amendment was explained and discussion led by Gerald L. Price, Sr., grange legislative officer. The cost of the low housing project was pointed out in this discussion including the cost to the taxpayer plus the amount of state tax mon ey which would be provided for this bill. Following this a film Where Were You?\ was shown. This film points out the laxity of many when it comes to choosing candidates for election for local, state and national offices. It also pointed out how few votes it took to place the wrong person in of fice. For the next meeting a hallo we'en party is being planned for both members and those who wish to attend. The meeting will be held on Saturday night, October 15th. There will be cards for the grown-ups and games for the chil dren. Refreshments will be served at the end of the evening. EAGLE MEMORIAL POST TO HOLD MEETING OCTOBER 14 The regular meeting of the Eagle Memorial Post 1720 and Auxi- iary will take place on Friday evening, October 14th. Over 150 To Attend 3rd Quarterly Meeting of Chamber of Commerce Reservations for the third quarter ly meeting of the Arcade Chamber of Commerce reached 130 Tuesday it was reported by ticket chairman Jack H. Mason. The meeting will be held on Tuesday night, October 11 and it is expected that between 150 and 160 members and their wives will attend. M. S. Tracy is in charge of this meeting which will honor the members of the school board and their wives. Board President Robert Witter will introduce the members of the Board and wives and husbands. Rev and Mrs. John Riley will also attend this meeting as guests of the Chamber. - The meeting will be held in the Arcade Central School cafeteria with dinner being served at 7-00 p. m. sharp. Mr. Tracy reports that an evening of entertainment is in store for all who attend. This is the first quarterly meeting which will include wives of the members and the program is designed to be of interest to the wives as well as the men. At the regular meeting of the Board of Directors heW Tuesday, several guests were present to give reports on their various pro jects. Reports were given from the brochure, merchants and roads committees. A special meeting of the Board of Directors along with the bro chure committee, village board supervisor and village and town planning boards will be held on Monday night, October 17 start ing at 5-30 p. m. The meeting will be held at the Arcade Hotel ARCADE CENTRAL FOOTBALL TEAM DROPS LEAGUE OPENER TO LETCHWORTH, 13-6 Arcade Central's football team had its hopes of winning the Wyo ming County championship this year dashed last Saturday after noon as they dropped a 13-6 deci sion to visiting Letchworth. It was the teams second game of the sea son, the other being a practice game at Corfu. The Orange and Black looked strong at the start and appeared ready to run Letchworth off the field. They put on a steady of fensive surge throughout the first period that netted their only score of the game, a two yard plunge by Craig Stone. Arcade tried for the extra point on a pass from quarterback Bernle Hoffman to end Ronnie Belden but lost as the pass was overthrown. How ever, the damage had been done, the team seemed aroused and the partisan fans sat back ready for more. The touchdown, however, arous ed Letchworth more than it did Arcade and the visitors rose to the occasion to take command of the ball game. Passing for most of their yardage, Letchworth scored late in the second period after a sustained drive. They then added the extra point on a plunge over the middle and led at half time 7-6. The third period was a score less one with both teams threat ening at times but neither oeinn able to get a sustained drive under way Letchworth scored early in the fourth quarter again moving mostly through the air The score came on a fourth down situation on the Arcade 12 with the Letchworth end taking thi pass alone. The extra point at tempt, again tried by running. wa> no good and Letchworth had ;i 13-6 lead with five minutes to go Arcade then got a big break which should have helped but didn't With time running out, a pass in terference penalty was called against Letchworth and would have given Arcade a first down on the visitors 20. But the Arcade captain apparently took the pen alty instead of the play, so the ball came back to the line of scrim mage plus five yards. Arcade's next game is slated for this Saturday afternoon as they traveL to Attica for a league game They return home a week from Saturday for the lost league home game of the year as they face an ever strong Perry team. Fall Election Application, Registration Dates Listed In order to be able to vote in this fall's election, military voters their spouses, parents and children must make their applications to the Division for Servicemen's Vot ing in the Department of State. Noon of November 5 is the last day for military voters who have not previously filed an application; or those who have been honorably discharged from the service after October 1, 1960, or member in ducted or enlisted, oath not taken before October 27, 1960, to file personally with the Board of Elec tions. Inmates or patients of veterans' bureau hospitals outside the State are allowed between May 1 and November 1 to make their applica tion and register Those inmates or patients within the state were giv en until September 22 tnd 23 to apply and register Absentees may register up to the last day of local registration, which is October 15. Where reg istration is personal or under permanent personal registration, two classes of voters may apply; persons unable to appear because of illness or physical disability, and accompanying spouse, parent or child if outside country; and persons unable to appear whose duties, business or occupation re quire them to be outside the State of New York, and accompanying spouse, parent or child. Absentee voters, if registered or residing in a non-personal regis tration district, are required to mall or deliver their applications for absentee ballots to the Board of Elections no earlier than Octo ber 9 and no later than November 1, except tliat'an inmate of a vet erans' hospital, a person in Federal service, a student matriculated or a superintendent or teacher employ ed at an institution of learning outside the county of his residence may mail or deliver applications between May 1 and November 1. Those not registered, or who have not applied as above are to Betty Norton Graduates From Nursing School •Miss Betty Jean Norton, daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Nor ton of Church Street, Arcade, was a member of the graduating class of the Catherine McAuley School of Practical Nursing of St. Jer ome Hospital in Batavia. The school, conducted by the Sisters of Mercy held its graduation ex ercises in St. Joseph's Church in Batavia Sunday afternoon, Sept ember 25th, Miss Norton is presently em ployed at St. Jerome Hospital in Batavia. apply in person to the Board of Inspectors during the days of lo cal registration (October 8 and October 15). Those who will be unable to ap pear on Election Day because of illness or physical disability, if reg istered or residing in a non-per sonal registration district, are re quired to mail or deliver applica tion for absentee ballots to the Board of Elections no earlier than October 9 and no later than Nov ember 1 The polls will be open on Gen eral Election Day, November 8. between the hours of 6 - 00 a. m and 9:00 p. m. Phil's TV Displays New Line of 1961 R.C.A., Whirlpool Products Pictured above is Phil's TV shop located on Liberty Street in Ar cade as seen just after his 1961 line of R. C. A. Victor and Whirlpool products were delivered. The line will include television sets, hi-fi sets, refrigerators, washers and dryers The entire new line is now on display at Phil's.