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August 28, 1962

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, August 28, 1962 WfLLSVlLLB, N6W YORK Truck Bids Opened By Village Trustees POLICE REPORTS VILLAGE POLICE WELLSVILLE SUMMONS issued Ralph Damon, Jamestown, speeding; to appear this morning before Acting Police Justice Philip Engcldcr. SUMMONS issued, Connie C. Jones of Now York City, passed red light; to appear this morning before Justice Engcldcr. STATE POLICE WELLSVILLE SUMMONS issued Harold Hunt, UD 1, no inspection certificate; to appear before Justice Engelder. SUMMONS issued Walter Me- Cary, Aintrce, Texas, passed flashing red light; to appear before Justice Engelder. ARRESTED Patricia Roberts, 32, ;RO 2, fraudulent check; made restitution of check and sentenced 10 days at Allogany County Jail yl Belmont on appearance before Peace Justice George Mickle, Town of Andover. STATE POLICE BELFAST ACCIDENT, car - pedestrian (see story i. Scio Free Library Sets Regular Hours The Scio Free Library will resume its regular hours on Tuesday, Sept. 4. It will be open Tuesdays and Saturdays 3 to 5 p.m. and Thursday evenings 6:30 to 8.3J) with the now librarian, Mrs. Charles Harms, in charge. The summer hours through July and August have proved to be most satisfactory. The public is urged to come in and look over the many new books being received regularly. A fine selection of magazines for all ages is always available to the borrowers. Fjx ready-prepared scrapple this way: s'Jice it a little more than I %-inch thick and dip it into white i wafcrground cornmeal. Fry until j golden brown on both sides in but j bacon drippings, | Low bids for purchase of two | new street department trucks was accepted last night during a regular meeting of ihe Village. Hoard, presided over by Acting Mayor Kenneth Field. Bids, one of six submitted in each instance, were acceplcd pending approval of Superintendent ot Public Works Robert Dingman. He Will scrutinize closely ihe low bids tn determine if each adhcrs to specifications. Winning price for a picktit; truck, with trade-in, was submitted by Stevens S'.udebakcr, $1,520. Others received were: B & B Motors, $1,792; Milt Sweet. $1,576; A.L Blades & Sons, Horncll, $1.740: pfuntncr Sales & Service, $1,545: and Lester Chevrolet, $1,592. B Sr. B Motors was awarded the contract foiv a two-ton pickup truck, submitting a price of $3 <t78. Others w«re: Steven Studcbaker, $4,295; Lester Chevrolet, $4,202; Milter Sweet, $4.203.67: A.L. Bl.-idcs & Sons, $3,639.50; and Pfuntner, $3,912. Two bidders in attendance, and the man delegated to make the truck bed if eiUier had won, questioned specifications in thr case of the winning dump truck bid. Fc/1 lowing considerable discussion, Mr. Dingman .was authorized to investigate. Questioning the bid were Eugene Pfuntncr, Paul Lester end Fred Bell. . • Trustee Field, acting In the absence of Mayor Eugene Fcrhan, who was engaged in a political forum at Warsaw in his bid for the 53rd senatorial district scat, was told Stevens St. would be resurfaced shortly after Labor Day. He suggested Mr. Dingman investigate possibility of lessening the angle of turn fro/n S. Main St. onto Rauber St. when entering from the south. Permission also was granted for closing of the village dump each evening at 8:30 o'clock. Acknowledging receipt of a letter from the Water & Light department, the trustees requested furl her probe of street lights for a small section of Sunnydale. Charles Engclder, writing for the W&L, said the Niagara Mohawk Power Corp. would agree to provide-a maximum of six lights Jit an annual cost of $274.95, or $22.91 monthly. He was requested to question Niagara Mnhawk as tu the number they would consider adequate and subsequent cost. The Sunnydale area is a small section within the village more easily accessible to Niagara Mohawk electric, lines. Consideration of this problem led Truste c Joseph Waitkus to suggest efforts be made to purchase all electric systems within village limits, yet serviced by other than the Water & Light Plant. Salaries of (hrec hospital staff members were raised upon receipt of a request from the Jones Memorial Hospital Board of Managers. Senior laboratory technician's pay was raised from S475 j to $478 monthly; junior laboratory | technician from $300 to $310, and j senior x-ray technician from $395 to $405 Civil Service Exams Planned for Biologist, Dietitian, Nutritionist- The U.S. Civil Service Commi.s- S'io.1 has announced new examinations for the following positions: Fishery and wildlife biologist, paying $4,345 to $13,730 a year. Most of these positions arc with the Fish and Wildlife Service of the Department of'the Interior and arc located throughout the country. These biologists perform professional and scientific .work in connection with the conservation and management of fish and wildlife resources. Dietitian and public health nu- tritioist positions. The dietitian positions pay from.'$5,355 to $8,955 a year and are located mainly in the Public Health Service throughout the country, in the Department of Public Health of the District of Columbia Government, and in St. Elizabeths Hospital in Washington, D.C. Public health nutritionist positions pay from $6,435.00 to $13,730.00 a year and are located in the U.S. PuMic Health Service and Children's Bureau of the Department of Health, Education ami Welfare throughout, the country. Dietitians and nutritionists apply scientific knowledge of dietetics and) nutrition in research, management, education, and other programs devoted to the promotion of good health. In general, the above positions require academic training and-or professional experience in the appropriate subject matter field. For detailed information about the requirements and instructions on how to apply, sec Announcement No. 285 B for Fishery and Wildlife Biologist and No. 286 B for Dietitian and Public Health Nutritionists. Thres BRIEF ON VISITORS-^ Crewmen of the carrier- USS Enterprise line flight deck to receive Instructions about welcoming visitors for tour of the veisel In outer Boston harbor. The nuclear-powered craft was too big to be ~Jjerth«rf near the thert. Hospital Notes JONES MEMORIAL HOSPITAL Census — 59 Adults, 10 Babies 3 Operations Admissions Miss Carol Merrick, I?D 3 Mrs. John Klcinbach, 33 E. Gcn- csec St. Mrs. Marguerite Winans, RD 1 Mrs. Wava Johnson, Scio Claude Sherman, Ulysses, F:i. Mrs. Edward Gill Sr., Gonoseo Pa. Mrs. Fred Bickleman, Millport, Pa. Discharges Mrs. Ada Andrews, 20 W. Stat" St. Robert Baker, Andover Miss Laverna Chambers, KD 2 Mrs. Howard Graham and son. Genesec, Pa. John Layfield, SRB Pelligrino Fieri, SRB Ray Shaffer, Rushford Mrs. Robert Stoll, Allentown CUBA MEMORIAL Admissions Mrs. Florence Whickwire, Friendship George KilUan, Friendship Ernest Quinn, Freedom Discharges Darlenc Parker, Cuba Mrs. Edna Hatch, Fillmorc i Mrs Sarah Mathcny and son Portville Mrs. Janet Orcult and daughter, Cuba Mary Beth Farwell, Belfast Birth A daughter was born this morning to Mr. and Mrs. Norman Williams of Delevan. BETIIESDA, HORNELL Admissions Mrs. Lauretta Brolnell, Andover Mrs. Marjorie Brown, Woodhull Discharges Connie Friends, Jasper. ST. JAMES HORNELL Admission Mrs. Mae France, Jasper Discharges Mrs. Grace Wallace, Greenwood Mathew Dickerson, Addison 5 Lewis Cornell, Greenwood OLE AN GENERAL Admission Millard Kellogg. Cuba Discharges Mrs. Harold Dorrion, Shinglehouse, Pa. Mrs, Virgil Dey and son, Cuba BACK- TO SCHOOL SALE Terrific Values In School Shoes Regular $6.99 Value NOW Over 10 Different styles to choose from Sizes 4 to JO; Ail Widths SIEGEL'S SHOES 107 N. Union St. Olean, Total of $8,862.79 Is Raised in County In Cancer Crusade Mrs. Doris Hanks, secretary of the Allcgany County Unit of the.' American Cancer Socioty, announced this week that a total of $8,213.29 has boon raised so far in Ailegany" County during the annual Cancer Crusade, but returns are not yet complete. There also has been received bv the local unit SR49.50 in memorials making a total of $8,862.79 raised in the county for the year. However, the amount received in memorial gifts Iris fallen off about $200. this year. A memorial gift is acknowledged by a simple signified card sent to the family bearing the name of the donor. The amount of the gift is net indicated on the card, but the donor receives a rt'ct-fpl. inasmuch as these g-fts to the Cancel- Society arc deductible by individuals and firms for income tax purposes. A memorial gift can be mailed to the Friendly Red Door, Allc- gany County Unit of ACS of .15(5 North M.i - -n St. Moriorials f.lso c.m be made to commemorate other occasions, such as anniversaries and birthdays. Mrs. Hanks also wishes to re mind the public that quantities of dressings and loan equipment an; available for the care of cancer patients and may DC obtained for the asking at. the Friendly Kocl Drx)r. Volunteer workers to help at (he Friendly Red Door arc still urgently needed. There will be a special executives meeting, Thursday, at 7:30 p.m. to plan for the a'nnual dinner meeting which will be hold the latter part of September, the date and place to be announcer! later. The public is urged tp attend the dinner meeting. Fire Training Movies Will be Shown Public Three firemen's training films will be shown to firemen and the public Thursday night at 7:30 in the Community Building. The films will be presented by the Wcllsville Fire Department through efforts of Ray Smellzer, who obtained them from the New York State Firemen's. Association. They arc entitled "The Chicago School Fire," "Fire — arij Your Hospital," and "Analysis of the Kansas Cjly Tank Fire." In announcing the free showings. Fire Chief Robert Gardner also stated the annual firemen's inspection had been postponed' from Tuesday, Sept. 11, to Thursday Sept. 13. INCORRECTLY LISTED It was incorrectly stated in the Hallsport notes yesterday that Mrs. Galen Stout returned home from the hospital with her infant daughter. The child is still In Jones Memorial Hospital. ST. FR.lNCIS, CLEAN Admissions Paul W. Childs, Andover Mrs. Marion Fahy, Cuba Teen-age delight: making chocolate ice-cream sodas with a topping of chocolate spirnkles. Dean Phipps Opens Newly Located Store A drive-in 'service center high lights features of the Dean. Philips ' Store, which this week moved to' 136 N. Main St. The- improved store opened for business yesterday with a grand opening scheduled Sept. 12. I The service center, located in I the rear, is equipped to enable factory : trained personnel to install mufflers, tailpipes rnd shook absorbers, along with tires, bat-' tcries, arid scat covers. I The front section, decorated in ,' modern design, features new lighting arrangements and fix- i lures. Having more shelf and flocr space than at its previous i location, the store will offer ji ' rnqre complete stock of household and automotive items for customers, according to officials Lewis Swarthcvut is miin.iper of the store, assisted' by Phillip Aiken find James Scott. The business was formerly located at 74 N. Main St. MAGAZINE PUBLISHER NEW YORK~(~AP> — Frank S. Ba'mford, 84, publisher of Ijive magazines in the food trade field, died Monday in the New York office of the American Publishing Co., of which he was president. LAST TIMES TODAY "HATARI" STARTS WEDNESDAY Matinee Every Day 2:00 p.m. Evening 7^00 and 9; 15 p.m. OHoBeever, 1W, / Funeral in Fl6ri<fa; .Otto Beever, 100, forttier, dent,,of -Wellsvillo, died to ^acjt- sortvihe. Fla.* Saturday. ^Ftinetal services-, \yere - conducled, »t, t h c Hardage South side Funeral Home yesterday. , .. . . ( • KI| ..,,, , i Mr. Beever was .weUvkftoWni,*- mong oldtlmers in Wellsvllle (11 He and his brother, Carl, worked with their father, William Beever, at meat markets on both Pearl and Main St.,, ; . ...... They alro had several slaughter houses arid were Interested tin the hotel business, having .owned .the American Hotel in Friendship, and the Commercial House which is now the Hotel Brunswick,,. >,, Survivors include his wife; Id* Reese Beeverj one daughter, Florence; Jesse,Burke of Buffalo, a niece; Frederick Buck, a nephew; Marylu Buck,; .a igrandnlece. An* other niece, Rita ; B., Kilgore, died a few weeks ago In Barbcrton, O- hlo. , Mr. Beever, together with his brother Carl, sold their business interests and homes about the year 1914. The meat market on Main St. was sold to Fred Ahretis. The families moved to St. Petersburg,. Fla. and resided there for a number of years and finally moving to Jacksonville. .A sister, Emma Buck, the oldest native born Wellsvlllian, died last September at the age of 96. Frank J. Nun list Is Elected President of Worthington Frank J. Nunlist, vice president of operations, has been elected to succeed Walter H. Feldmann, chief executive officer, as presi. dent of Worthington Corpora'.ion. The announcement was made following a Board of meeting Friday. Mr. who will continue as chief executive officer was named chairman. Lamonte 3. Bclnap was elected chairman of the executive committee ami Albert O. Mumma, 'vice president of engineering and group executive was elected a director. These new appointments follow- tbe retirement of Hobart c. tlvc vice president v of MWeltef Climatrol Division of Worthington in 1956, and in 1958 was appointed a group president of Worthington with responsibility for several divisions. In 1960, he was appointed vice president of operations, re- Feldmaim i s P° n sible for all Worthington do- mestie operating divisions. The Worthington Corporation Is our of the world's lending manufacturers of a highly diversified line of capital goods, equipment, nnd machinery. Mr. Feldmann has been president of Worth Ington since 1957. When he succeeded Mr. Ramsey as chief executive officer Jan. 1, «i me retirement of nooart C. a *•""' I'xi-i.-ui.ivu omcur ,jan. i, Ramsey as chairman of the cxeru- i 1961 ' Mr - Hamsey informed the live committee, and a director of | board* of his intention to move the corporation. I toward complete retirement as Mr. Ramsey, who served t Ire I soon as '*• suited the best interests corporation for 42 years, 11 years as chief executive officer, will continue, as consultant to the corporation at the request of the board. ^iJH Mr. Nunlist, who has been'* a director since 1960, and a member of the executive committee since 1961, was born in. Columbus, Ohio, in 1913. After studying chemical engineering at Columbia University and serving for eight years with American Radiator and Standard Sanitary Corporation, he joined L.J. Mueller Furnace Company of Milwaukee in 1941. This Company was merged with Worth- Ingtort Corporation in 1954'. Mr. Nunlist was named cxccu- of the corporation. West Almond Girl Engaged To Marry WEST ALMOND — Mr. and Mrs. Edward Crandall announce the engagement of their daughter Kathleen Judy to Ralph Schneider, son of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Schneider of Angelica. Miss Crandall is employed at Stecher-Traung Lithograph Corp. of Rochester nnd Mr. Schneider at Seneca Frosted Food ('a. also of Rochester. An early spring wedding \s planned. the of ta you don't know the facts?" IS HIS opinion any better than yours? That's a question that faces every thoughtful man or woman a dozen times a day, The answer depends on the fund of general information possessed by every indi- vidual and his ability to draw on it to form reasonable conclusions. As for the fund of information, few of us have time or opportunity to gather it in libraries or institutions of learning. We do have, how- ever, our newspaper! that bring us the happening*, what is thought and said everywhere in the world. Our newspapers provide us with a continuous flow of the informa- tion on which sound opinion is based, if (Oallavilla Reporter