Rush and Pittsford 4H to Albany - Mary Darron

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long-range program be ap reported the spokes replace from new Park and out' Durand-East- Durand-East- $80, capital play in storing part hopes maintenance parks. park more back was in to a (Chronicle ROCHESTER, N. Y., SATURDAY. MARCH 7, 1953 PAGE 13 - 'w.m " mull Robert afternoon 113 big Revenue in open to Sun in, office to be until re taxpayer sec re of are in systematic the last of in in Bough-ton was by addition lost the ". . . AND PLENTY OF HILLS!" Richard Habecker, 18, of Pittsford and Mary Darron, 16, of Rush look over map of Albany after Triple Death Crash Survivor 'Critical' While Anthony B. Rube continued continued his battle for life in Genesee Hospital last night, a Detective Bu reau investigation established the 20-year-old 20-year-old 20-year-old 20-year-old 20-year-old youth as the driver of the car in which his three companions companions died early Thursday. Young Rube, the sole survivor of the crash, was in "critical condition" condition" at the hospital with a fractured fractured skull, internal and other injuries. injuries. His home is at 183 Cum-mings Cum-mings Cum-mings St. His three companions, Joseph V. Di Leila, 20, of 1054 N. Goodman St.; Jacob B.. Cirilla, 20, of 11 Priscilla St., and Joseph Pacini, 20, of 5 Lincoln St., were fatally in jured when the car, owned by Rube's father, Henry Rube of the Cummings St. address, crashed against a tree in Niagara St. while police were persuing it. Robert Luehrs of 137 Penhurst St., an amateur photographer, was a passerby at J. he time of the accident. accident. He took photographs showing Rube behind the wheel. The photographs photographs and testimony of Eastern Ambulance crewmen Ralph McDon ald and Pat O'Neill, who removed Rube from the wreckage, convinced investigators that Rube was' driving, Chief of Detectives William A. Win- Win- field said. Rush, Pittsford 4-H'ers 4-H'ers 4-H'ers To Spend Week in Albany Dairy cows, cooking and dressmaking add up to a visit with Governor Dewey next week in Albany for Monroe County's two outstanding boy and girl 4-H 4-H 4-H members, of for being selected by Monroe County 4-11 4-11 4-11 Clubs as outstanding members rewarded with trip to capital. They will be greeted by the Governor. Pair Slated as 'Outstanding' Gannett Aide Feted in West A man who was editor of an Oklahoma oil town daily newspaper before he was old enough to vote, and now is executive vicepresident of the Gannett Newspapers, returned to Oklahoma City yesterday to speak at a gathering which honored the Oklahoma Publishing Company on its 50th anniversary. He is Paul Miller. Reared in Oklahoma, he was a correspondent at the University of Oklahoma for The City Times and later became a reporter on The Daily Oklahoman, the evening and morning newspapers, respectively, of the publishing firm honored yesterday in that city's Chamber of Commerce. The firm also operates a weekly newspaper. a radio and television station and a i j j trucking firm. W. VJUUUIIK HlMll a pUil lib I.UIIUU.IM1 among leading editors and publish ers in the nation. Miller listed these major developments in American newspapers of the last half century: Improvements in communications and the way newspapers have harnessed them; increased sense of public responsibility; growth of em phasis on factual reporting, tree from bias; more restrained tone of editorial comment; journalism education, education, and the use of background and interpretation with the news. Business, profcsisonal and political leaders of Oklahoma attended the Chosen by a committee mer 4-H 4-H 4-H members as the county's best 4-H'ers, 4-H'ers, 4-H'ers, Mary Darron, 16, Rush, and Richard Habecker, 18, Pittsford, will drive to the state capital Monday. They received expense expense money yesterday from Wil liam Short, assistant vicepresident of the Central Trust Company which sponsors the annual trip of the Monroe County delegates. 'The Albany schedule for the pair is crowded. With outstanding 4-H'ers 4-H'ers 4-H'ers from the state's 53 other 4-H 4-H 4-H counties, they will visit slate buildings Monday afternoon. The evening they will watch the Legislature Legislature begin its session for the week. The Monroe County delegation will be guests Tuesday morning at a breakfast with local representa tives in the Legislature. Before they come home Tuesday afternoon Habecker Habecker and Miss Darron will meet the Governor at his office. The Monroe County 4-H'ers 4-H'ers 4-H'ers will go to Albany with the delegation from Wayne County and Joseph C. Brownell, Monroe County 4-H 4-H 4-H agent. The Albany 4-H 4-H 4-H trip coincides coincides with the first two days of National 4-H 4-H 4-H Week. Miss Darron, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ward Darron. 2087 Rush- Rush- Mendon Rd., Rush, has been a 4-H'er 4-H'er 4-H'er for six years. She has spe cialized in clothing projects and took excellent" ratings last year in the county dress revue, district dress revue and state dress revue at the New York State Fair. A junior at Rush-Henrietta Rush-Henrietta Rush-Henrietta Cen tral School, she is president of the 4-H 4-H 4-H Rushers Senior Council Club. led by Mrs. James Scbaste. Habecker, son of Mr. and Mrs. Otto Habecker, Pittsford-Mendon Pittsford-Mendon Pittsford-Mendon Rd., Pittsford, was graduated last year from Pittstord Central School and now operates his home farm and rents land from a neighbor. He has built up a dairy herd of Brown Swiss cattle in his 10 years of 4-H 4-H 4-H work, mostly on dairy City were relatives address. the Acting Webber an $200 and Battalion blaze uhil- uhil- on the bed fect and smoking in the was alive, lie Deltick's blaze the returned I indsay flames he-cause Hettick carpenter Kenneth a full did Lottery Slips Charge v t - usts Man 5bU r-ire r-ire r-ire After pleading guilty to a chaigc of possessing lottery slips, Joseph DiPonzio, 52, of 369 Klcctric Ave. was fined $50 yesterday by City Court Judge Thomas P. Culhane. DiPonzio was arrested Feb. 27 at 76 Prospect St. by Special Squad police. Tnmczak Mary's hours a the years lapsed assigned Tomczak St., knee on She over run She projects. Habecker received the dairy herdsman's prize in 1951 and placed third in showmanship and fourth in cattle judging at the county fair. He ranked first in the county cattle judging contest last year and was on the county team that placed sixth at the state fair. 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Clipped from Democrat and Chronicle07 Mar 1953, SatPage 25

Democrat and Chronicle (Rochester, New York)07 Mar 1953, SatPage 25
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