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ROCHESTER DEMOCRAT AND CHRONICLE Saturday, July 21, 1955 15 Playground Plea for JUNK Harold Tucke Passes; tt ocony Manager Harold J. Tucke, 62, long active in Masonic groups and for 16 years terminal manager of Socony Mobile OH here, died yesterday (July 20, 1956) at Strong Memorial Hospital after a short illness. Mr. Tucke. who livpd at ffli AJAX PAYS I I Heeded by City; Hours Extended A petition for expanded play CARS i DTVTTTQ Pa 'or All Lot IN Model Wrecks AJAX JUNK CO. GR. 8867 1 ground facilities at 34 School, 530 Lexington was answered yesterday when Acting Playground Superintendent William VorJ off 7991 W. Htnrittio Krf. uttt fa Starlight Dr)v-U Aldine retired about a yearjMemorial Chapel, 271 University foe cmin8 to Rochester where a service will be in 19J9, he had been terminal, held 1 nm. Mnndav Burial i It 2 B. McMahon announced equipment was being added and more hours scheduled. manager for Socony Mobile In tv Kit uuitaio and Jamestown. He was a member of Dmascus The petition with some 300 a Quick move in any direction will be in Riverside Cemetery: The family has requested that friends who wish to pay tribute to contribute to the Masonic Service Bureau. Temple, the Shrine Patrol, Mon "ii 4) names was presented to luth Ward Supervisor Harold R. Dorsey on July 8. It asked for su roe tommandery of the Knights Templar, Lakeland Lodge 952, of Buffalo, and Hamilton Chapter 62, Royal Arch Masons. As a youifg man, Mr. Tucke ft 5 lit- i' pervision beyond the 6 p.m. closing to 9 p.m. and more equipment than the one sandbox and served 15 years as an Armv of slide. ficer, retiring with the rank of McMahon said the Board of Education agreed to keep a cus captajn. He had served along the Mexican border, and during I Mr Ili. 17 todian at the school building until 9 p.m. and that it was only 4" 3 woria war I saw action in France. iJ a question of shifting playground personnel to find supervisors for the extra three hours each day. He thought the extra help might Mr. Tucke Is survived by his wife, Mrs. Jcanette Tucke; a daughter, Jeanne, and a son, James R. Tucke. Friends may call at Corbctt's Funeral Home, 109 West where a service be on duty by Monday. The extra equipment, how will be held at 11 a.m. Monday will be in Mt. Hope ever, has been harder to come by, but some items had been found in storage and readied for the playground. It is not, he added, as much as the petition 'MOVING STORAGE COMPANY, INC. ers requested. cemetery. John H. Dillon, 59, World War I Vet John H. Dillon, 59, a veteran of World War suffered a heart attaek and died while at work 1 320 BROAD STREET LO. 5980 AGtNT FOR AIDED VAN LINES Bias Charged Edward G. Snyder, Founder of Firm A private funeral service for Edward G. Snyder, founder and president of E. G. Snyder Co. will be held at 1 p.m. today at Hedges Memorial Chapel, 271 University Ave. Burial will be at the convenience of the family. Mr. Snyder, who was 80, died Thursday (July 19, 1956) in Strong Memorial Hospital. He founded the plumbing and heating firm in Scio Street 50 years ago. Two sons, Harry and Fred G. Snyder, are members of the firm. Mr. Snyder was a life member of Valley Lodge, Rochester Consistory, Damascus Temple, Lalla Rookh Grotto, and Universal Craftsmen. In addition, he was active in Mt. Hor Presbyterian Church, and was a member of the Master Plumbers Assn. Besides his sons, he is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Carolyn A. Dorsey of Rochester, and Mrs. T. Walter Heed of Haddonfield, N.J.; five grandchildren, four great-grandchildren, and one sister, Mrs. Caroline. Man of Haverill, Mass. Dri ver Arrested On 2 Charges in Crash Hurting 6 The driver of the truck which rammed the rear of a picnic-bound auto in Manitou Road Thursday, injuring six of its yesterday (July 20, 1956) at Bowerman Builders Service, 1307 Main St. where he had been On Truck Check a salesman for.the last 20 years. Mr. Dillon saw action with the Army in France during World Charges of "discrimination" WOMEN'S SUMMER SHOE NEW NOTE Leo Carroll directs operations as 1,870 pounds of sharp bell swing upward into the Rush Rhees Li- brary at the University of Rochester to augment the Hopeman Chimes. A lighter bell also Mas hoisted into place. were leveled last night regard War I. He had been long active in Rayson-Miller Post 899, Amer ing the police crackdowa pn overloaded trucks. Municipal vehicles, such as town trucks, are not being 2 New Noies Added to UR Bells ican Legion. His home was at 62 Garfield St. Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Norine MtUigan Dillon and sev stopped for weighing, said An- Nearly a ton of bells wasland a high tipping the scale at A. W. Hopeman Sons Co. con-thonyA- bus'nessT reP; hnisfpri vpstorrfav thp tnn of 1990 1 tonirtinn firm in momnru TeSentatlVe Of Teamsters LOCal eral nieces and nephews. Funeral the Rush Rhees Library tower I Even the larger of the two, with, their father, Arendt W. Hopeman. -mm-a pairs! yPff its tnree-toot diameter, is small The construction firm built a in comparison with some of the number of River Campus build-others which weigh nearly four ines. on the university ot Jtocnester River Campus, when two new notes joined the 17 Hopeman Itons. The 19 together weigh 23 The bells were cast by a 300- Chime bells. 398 (construction drivers). "Records can be impounded from supply houses and quarries to show that town trucks are definitely overloaded and not interfered with by the police," he said. "We're asking why." In a letter to truck company officials, Capone urged that preventive measures be taken to check on the load of the truck Months of measuring, planning, rearranging and to accommodate the newcomers in the already crowded tower have tons. year-old Dutch bellfounding com- The two new bells extend alpany, Petit Fritsen and chromatic scale beginning at installation is being supervised sharp and will permit playing of by one of the partners, August M. more tunes on the carillon. All Fritsen. ended and the bells, which have occupants, was arrested yesterday morning on charges of been silent for about a month, 19 have been donated by J. Mar- Customarily the chimes are reckless driving and daneerousl7 as 1 a ine vn ciass rung eiecironicauy every nan before it goes on the road. iew weens iui ijuo, ctiiu iiti uiuuicia, muen iiuui, uui a aiuut'ia uen crew oc- "Th hip hphinri this nvpr. of Women's VITALITY Dress SUMMER The new bells are a monster, and Bertram Hopeman, president casionally gives concerts, played ioad check is good" Capone sharp weighing 1,870 pounds'and treasurer respectively of the manually on a keyboard. -nt thn atnnwic be on education rather than punishment." A White. Blu or Black Nylon 90 Vie Today in Soap Box Derby He suggested that police send SHOES equipment to loading platforms and check trucks" before they Taken before Parma Peace Justice John L. Crook, Robert H. Schmidt, 24, of Fox Road, Macedon, pleaded innocent to both charges and saw his case adjourned until Aug. 3. He was released in $75 bail pending the trial. Two of the six injured are still in Strong Memorial Hospital and one is on the danger list She is Christine Durbin, 5, daughter of Mrs. Esther nnrhin managing editor of The Times depart from the warehouses, $5.95 Soap Box Derby rather than use the new portable scales. 1 union, which is co-sponsoring the event with the Rochester Chevrolet Dealers Assn. The boy Broken Lots $4.95 tQ $5.95 $3.95 fo $7.95 Ninety young Rochesterians will match technical skill and driving ability today in the city's 19th annual Soap Box Derby. Homemade cars, built to strict specifications, will roll down the starting ramp beginning at 2 To Hear Concert will represent the city in the WOMEN'S SPORT national contest in Indianapolis services will be held at 9:30 a.m. Monday at the Haubner Stall-knecht Funeral Home, 828 Jay and at 10 at Holy Ghost Church. Burial will be in Holy Ghost Cemetery. Willard J. Smith, Masonic Bureau Chief. Willard J. Smith, manager of the Masonic Service Bureau and a former investment broker, died yesterday (July 20, 1956) at his home, 10 Trafalgar after a short illness. He was 77. Long active in the Masons, Mr. Smith was honored in 1953 with the Legion of Honor from the Order of DeMolay. He was the fourth person in Western New York to receive it from the Masons' national youth organisation. He was an organizer and charter member of the Rochester Rotary Club, and was president of the club in 1921. He also was a charter member and senior past master of Warren C. Hubbard Lodge, In 1921, Mr. Smith served as chairman of a committee that conducted a survey for the Russell Sage Foundation. The outcome of the study was the formation of the Rochester Council of Social Agencies. Mr. Smith was in the investment field from 1911 until about Ihe beginning of World War II. He and his wife, Grace, observed their 50th wedding anniversary last January. Surviving, besides his wife, are a daughter, Mrs. Joseph W. McConnell three sons, Karl Donald C. and Willard C. Smith; two brothers, Seward and Karl N. Smith, and 11 grandchildren. Friends may call at Hedges Couple in Wreck SHOES V.W.V. V. V. VV V. v. 35, of 172 Seward St. Hospital authorities said she sufferprt a p.m. The races will be held at William Spain Downs, Lake- fractured skull. Her mother suf- At Vacation's End lered a fractured skull and shore Boulevard at Durand Eastman Park. Mayor Peter Barry, who will welcome guests and contestants, officially proclaimed today as Soap Box Derby Day. He said, in part, "I urge neighbors and friends of the participants to support these boys by viewing the competition and cheering broken rib. She was listed in CHILDREN'S "ft- 0.95 .95 SUMMER SHOES 7,5 0 lo The day's activities are sched Their week-long vacation end iair condition last night. Others slightly injured were: uled to begin at 10 a.m., when ed in Highland Hospital yester test trials will be held until day for Ralph A. Potter, 56, and airs. Joseph T. Lubanski of 163 Seward the driver of noon. Lunches will be served to Veterans Park Band will perform at the Soap Box Derby in Durand-Eastman Park today. Under direction of Pat Pethick, the band will begin playing at 12:30 p.m. The program: America March Youth ud Progress Earl King Overture Skyliner John Morriswy Look Shirp March Mahlon Merrick Bran Band Blues Charles Hathaway Whispering Shifting Sands Ned Washington Hollywood Serenade Albert Davis King of the River, from "Disneyland" George Bruno The American Spirit Mavhew Lake March Battle Royal Fred Jewell Star-Spangled Banner them over their course at the his wife, Florence, 49, of 56 Men's Summer Shoes Coolidge Spencerport. The couple's automobile, mot- raceway from the starting point to the finish line. Such interest will not only send this year's entrant off to a flying start but REDUCTION orboat and its trailer were de the car; her children, Marie, 4, and William, Mrs. Durbin, and Mrs. Josephine Berl, 72, who lives with her daughter, Mrs. Durbin. molished in a collision with a car driven by Robert Peckham, the contestants and officials. Preceding the actual race heats will be a band concert, parade, and wreath-laying ceremony. The Veterans Park Band will provide music, starting at 12:30 p.m. The monument of Pfc. William Spain, atop the hill at will encourage youth of this area to enter next year's derby com petition." 8Q3 Winifred Webster. The accident occurred about 3:50 p.m. at Route 104 and Five Mile BIG, BIG SELECTION in All Sizes and Widths, but not in every style WE CAN FIT YOU Open Daily and Saturdays 8:30 to 8:30 Spectators will watch the races from behind specially-con Irish Field Day Slated Tomorrow Annual Monroe County Irish Field Day will be held tomor Derby Downs, will be decorated with a memorial wreath. ard Rohrer, son of Dr. Henry D. Rohrer, 402 Bonnie Brae Brighton who was the 1955 All Line, Webster. Mrs. Potter suffered chest injuries and was reported in "good" condition at Highland. Her husband, who was driving west on Route 104, was treated for head and arm lacerations. structed fences. All 90 contestants have passed a rigorous examination of their vehicles, in which special attention was paid to steering, brakes Participating in the parade row afternoon on the grounds ENESEE ISOOTERY of the Red Men's Club, 1001 Lexington Ave. The event is and other factors related to will be the American Legion, Veterans of Foreign Wars, Civil Defense Auxiliary Police, Rochester Police, sheriff's deputies and Irondequoit Police. sponsored by the Ancient Order American Soap Box Derby champion. The winner of today's contest will receive the T. H. Keating safety. of Hibernians. I Peckham, who was proceeding north on Five Mile Line, was un 178 GENESEE AT BRONSON AVE. GE. 0318 Derby director and race co injured. Webster Patrolman Paul Guest of honor will be Rich- award from A. Vernon Croop, ordinator is Ira C. Sapozink. Hill said both drivers ciaimea they had a' green signal light. Stove Explosion Court to Hear Owner Girls Guard Fresh Cement, End Vigil After 6 Hours PLYWOOD FOLDING DOORS Injures Woman Slayer to Die in nouse upKeep Lase A woman was blown about 15, Civil Defense drill, but after the drill they were back on the job In Gas Chamber A Maryland court yesterday sentenced the slayer of a Roch-i 24th Ward property owner! The City Rehabilitation Corn- feet across a room yesterday when she tried to light a gas A stove at the Rochester Brooks as The girls were playing near "Just guard it until the policeman comes," the workman told Lwo small girls yesterday. So the girls watched a six foot stretch of newly repaired their homes when workmen ar served yesterday with admission, Houghton related, has rived from" the City Department hearingiwritten to Meyer several times to uuu viuu, uuinnS omscu lltU1 t0 appear at a ester woman's father to die in, the gas chamber. of Public Works to repair the aim snotK. ftl MiViUtTvwwrj I i Mr? Rnhrrt Mr-Mann of 1,13 iduuIB lu r-igut proper- curb. When they finished their work they asked Uie girls to curb on Tyler Street for more than six hours. The policeman never showed up. When the cement was-firm the girls were Midvale Ter. East Rochester 'witn instructions to repair andty owners in the neighborhood Eddie Lee Daniels, 28, was sentenced in the Montgomery! County Circuit Court. He had lean his house. petitioned the city to take reme guard the cement so no one tried to light the stove about 9:30 a.m. to prepare breakfast been convicted July 12 of the would tamper with it. A police dial action, he said Asst. Corporation Counsel Don- finally persuaded by their par man would be along at 3:30 p.m., for shooters taking part in the ald Houghton, who issued the1 ents to give up the vigil and Meyer painted the dwelling at they said. come in for supper, 63 daylight robbery-murder olj Arthur Chyatte, 68, in Silver, Spring, Md. The victim was the father of Mrs. Calvin D. Salz- ShnotinP Chamrnonshin to Elmer Meyer of the city's insistence, but has done nothing else to rehahilitat it The girls waited, and waited Paula Rubenfeld, 8, daughter held at the gun club. With her Northampton said the case the of Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Ruben No policeman, bnt no one tampered with the cement either. IYV1 C3 at the time of the accident was ofXSundfHoUghton The property bere. 315 Rockincham St. Her feld of 92 Tyler St. and Barbara Tht Ideal Beard to enhance A deluxe Folding Door by adverse effect he Mrs. Ted Woodward of 342 was the operator of a car wash Baker, daughter of Mr. and Mrs ard verai "nies, me four home. SPACEM ASTER. Fir Sq. Ft 13 Priced from $22.45 Arnett Blvd. An it im. 'shoo where the holdup and! dwellings on neighboring By supper time the cement was almost dry, and little stomachs were empty. Assured their job was done, the girls went home Theodore Baker of 88 Tyler watched the cement from 11 a.m. of gas In the stove was blamed PrPertv- murder took place. I ex- to 5:30 p.m. They gave up their by club officials for the plosion. CUPBOARDS SHADE SCREEN post for 15 minutes during thelto supper. nougnion saia ne was aaviea na Daniels is the first man sen- 'hat the owner of property nearpromised to remedy conditions atjtenced under a 1955 Maryland1 was "all set" to sell it that time, Houghton said. Otheraw which changed the means of when -the financial institution inspections were made in May execution from hanging to the. ''a v. luiuiu uuwu me muiigdgo oe- ana earner this month. gas chamber. cause of the condition of Meyer's house. The document served on Meyer alleges the house lacks gutters, flooring is defective, 'BeI Ver Hulst Bros. Farm Mkf. mm there is debris in the yard, the house is dirty and unsanitary and the electric wiring is Home Grown rr- :V.vrJ m. III i irl BIRCH CUPBOARDS K.D. temble younelf and Save KAISER SHADE SCREEN money. Keeps You Cool! It Keeps All Siiet out the Sun. Sq. ft 31 1 RASPBERRIES RcAPurple-BUick A Full Line of Home Grown VEGETABLES Beans, Beets, Cabbage, Carrots, Cucumbers, Lettuce, Summer Squash, etc SAKRETE TENSION SCREENS Ktady Mil Ctmint Si CC Aluminum! No $9 AC 10 lb. bai '33 Painting tr tlttlnq it.J CLOTHES POLI SCREEN DOORS Sturdy 7 II I'i" raica S7 AC Ctnitrueihn tlO 6o)v. wlr CEILING TILE ANDERSEN FLEXIVENT Top Qualify 1 Screen and Storm bu Armstrong lAiq. It. aaiff In ifock Suspect Is Held For Grand Jury Isaac Ballard, 31, of 240 Joseph Ave. was ordered held for Grand Jury action after he pleaded innocent before City Court Judge Thomas P. Culhane yesterday to a first degree robbery tharge. Police charge Ballard with beating and robbing Aloysius Grycza, 51, of 72 Union St. behind a building at 12 Commercial St. about 8 p.m. Wednesday. Ballard allegedly took $47 from Grycza who suffered a possible fractured skull, facial bruises and multiple cuts from the attack. Grycza was still listed in satisfactory condition in General Hospital last night. Patrolmen John Lipari and Lewis Lane arrested Ballard about 11 p.m. Wednesday as they said, he attempted to leave town. VER HULST BROTHERS FARM MKT. ATLANTIC MILLW0RK 2175 W. HENRIETTA UD. UnilDC MILL OPEN to MON. THRU SAT. nWUIVJ, STORE OPEN to MON. THRU SAT. FREE DELIVERY GR 3311 your Modern Indoor Outdoor Market 1253 Ridge Rd. W. GLen. 5151 Open Every Nite 'til 9 P.M. 'i i iui iiiiirilllli.i,.in,.- iff I I 8, were asked by workmen to guard wet cement. They qld more than 6 hours. DUTY WITH A CAPITAL Bar-bara Baker, 9, left, and Paula Rubenfeld, OPEN SUNDAY TO 9 P.M.

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