Democrat and Chronicle from Rochester, New York on November 21, 1956 · Page 13
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Rochester, New York
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Wednesday, November 21, 1956
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BUONACCOBSO LucU, of 419 Avenue D, Not. 20, 1956. She it survived by huibuid. Mario: nix daughters. Mn. Carl (Carol) Fischer, Mrs. Samuel (Phyllis) Trie, Mn. Edward (Anne) Jones, Mn. Joseph (Mary) Mlcelotta and the Misses Cstherint and Salvatrlce Buonaccorso; one son, Joseph M. Buonaccorso; three grandchildren; three sisters and three brothers la Italy; several nieces and nephews. The family request friends to call between 2 to 5 and 7 to 10 p.m. at the Nanna Funeral Home Inc., 50 Main St. E. Services Friday morning, 8:15 and 9 o'clock at St. Bridget s cnurcn. Interment, Holy Sepulchre Cemetery. BUSHROE Tuesday, Nor 20. 1956. George B. Bushroe of 16 Belmont St. u. i. ...rviv.H hv hla son. Frank a. Bushroe; his granddaughter, Mrs. James Graves; one nephew, Norman Boshrow. Friends may call 2 to 3 and 7 to 9 p.m., at Hedges Memorial uiapei. university Ave., where services will be beld Friday afternoon at 1 o'clock. Interment, Parma Union Cemetery. AiunlTl raihl.i Rnir. of 113 Third Monday, Nov. ,9.19 leave. fnur ions, aain mu - Tbomas and Michael Csmerata; two daughters. Mrs. Mary Brucato and Mrs. PhylUs Denny; II grandchildren; several nieces and nephews. . -Funeral 8:36 a.m. Friday from Fro- fetu Funeral cnapei. mo -- 9 "m. at St. Francis Xevier Church, Interment Holy Sepulchre Oimetery, -- r Ti.oiun of 167V4 A7& Ni. 1956. He U , Svlved Vy his wife Helen h; U d.ghters. Mrs. C. Dolan. dren ana "'"". .1,7 w Miller's Friends may call t the N. J. Miner a Son Funeral Home, 1625 Mt. Hope Ave., 2"Tii,.. wmedev afternoon at 2r T InTerment Mt.' Hop. Ceme- CAJEWSKI-Entered Into rest Sunday. Nov. li. 1956. Joseph Caewikl Sr. of 1021 Wegmtn Rd. He is survived by hi, wife, Josephine; 'v,liun'j' Mrs. Huold (Stephanie) King. Mrs. Raymond (Irene) Eisenhouer, Mrs. John (Emily) Gundrum. Mrs. Zygmund (Sally) Gorczynski; three sons, John and Jo-set Jr. of Rochester and Thaddeus Gidd of Teaneck, N.J '. 21 grandchildren; three great-grandchildren; several nieces and nephews. The deceased was ipiember of Our Lady pf Perpetual Help Society of St, Stanislaus Church. -Friends may call at the Richard L. Felerski Funeral Home, 1005 Hudson Ave., between the hours of 2 to 3 and 7 to 10 p.m. Funeral services will be held Wednesday morning, Nov. 21, 1956 a viir .nrf o-in o'clock at St. Stan islaus Church. Interment, Holy Sepulchre Cemetery. SNIDER-Monday. Nov. 19, 1956, Maud A. Snider of 86 Westchester Ave. She is survived by three daughters, Mrs. Ruth Plotter, Mrs. Esther Reeg, Mrs. Pauline Hain; five grandchildren. Friends may call 2 to 5 and 7 to 9 p.m.. at Hedges Memorial Chapel, University Ave., where services will be held Friday morning at 11 o'clock. Interment, ML Hope Cemetery. - John H. ii Monamiatt Marksrs BOS SUttSt. LO 2-3820 GRIESEt Adam H. Greisel at Penn Yen, N.Y., on Monday, Nov. 19, 1956. w Ii survived bv two sons. Theodore of Houston, Tex. and George G. Griesel of Penn Yan; two daughters, .'Mrs, Samuel Curtis of Churchvilie and Mra, Arthur Schiemann; four grandchildren, li ireal-r andchildren. Friends may call at L. Schauman's Sons, 609 Clinton Ave. N., from 2-3 and 7-9 o clock, services on rnoay eiter-nnon at 2 o'clock. Interment at Mt. Hope Cemetery. HAVENS Charles L., of 50 Spencer St., on Nov. n, lyja. ne is survived by his wife, Bessie Taskey Havens; one Drotner, sjeorge navcm. iwu wun, Edith and Ethel Havens. He wu a mem. kr nf 1 Aral Union No. 398. Friends may call at Bartolomeo Funeral Home, 306 Jay St.. where services will be conducted Wednesday, nov. ji. 1956. at 2 p m. Interment mi. nope Cemetery. Arrangements by Domtnic a. DiPontio. HEINRICH On Tuesday, Nov. 20, 1956, William F. Heinrich of 66 Bernard at. He is survived by two sons, George and Elmer Heinrich; three daughters, Mrs. nh.r Mrs. Everett Henry of California, and Mrs. Esther Ashe; 1J irrandchlldren: two great-grandchildren; three brothers, Gustave, Otto and Charles Heinrich; one sister, Mrs. Psul Sedler. He was a member of the Concordia Young Men's Society, Humboldt Lodge innP Alliance Encampment, and Old Timers Club of Yawoian and Erbe. The family will receive friends at L. Schauman's sons, eiw uinion j,., from 2 to 3 and 7 to 9 p.m. Funeral mmruirmm Otl FHHV aftemOOn it 3.13 o'clock. Interment at Mt, Hope Cemetery. HIIX-Entered Into rest, Nov. 18, 1936. Zada L. Hill of 247 Culver Rd. She is survived by her husband, Donald Hill; one son, Kalpn e. uanmcr, one Mrs. Lillian van wagner; two children. , , . , Friends may call at t-oroeti runeiw Homes Inc.. 532 Lake Ave., from 2-3 and 7-9 o'clock. Services, Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock. Interment in Clarence, N.Y., Wednesday at the convenience of the family. HUDSON (Uclnavielus) Sophie, of 100 Dayton St., on Tuesday, Nov. 20, 1956. Survived by her husband, Anthony; two sons, Anthony Jr. and Stanley Hudson; one brother, Michael Giedraitis of Roch-ctr threii vraadchildren. Friends may call from 2-3 and 7-9 &m. at the Jonn l Morcan rune. ai ome, 643 Hudson Ave., corner Al-phonse St. Funeral Friday morning at 8 30 and 9 o'clock at St. George's Church. Interment Holy Sepulchre cemetery. KELLOGG Stella Dengler Kellogg ol 240 South Goodman Su, Monday, Nov. 19, 1936. She is survived by her daugh ter. Miss Marion a. neuuinj m , Mrs. Lawrence G. Saunders; two brothers. Robert J. Dengler and Dr. Framc J. Dengler; several nieces and nephews. Mrs. Kellogg was a member of Zonta International; the Tabernacle Society of the Academy of Sacred Heart and the Catholic Women's Guild. Ths family will receive friends at the N. J. Miller's Son Funeral Home, 1625 Mt. Hope Ave., between the hours of 2-5 and 7-9 o'clock. Prayers will be said at the funeral home on Friday morning at 8:30 o'clock followed by the funeral Mess at Blessed Sacrament Church at 9 o'clock. In Memoriam MAROTTA In loving memory of Joseph Marotta Sr., who passfa away INov. 21. 1955. Deeply missed by: Son Joseph and Family. One Truth Standi Firm: AU That Happens RttU on Something Spiritual U the Spiritual It Strong, It Createi World History. If It Is Weak, It Suffer! World History. .. ALIERT SCHWEITZER CEIIDER BROS. i Alexander it. KELLY Sunday, Nov. 18, 1956, In Detroit, Mich., Joseph F. Kelly, formerly of Rochester. He is survived by his wife, Mary Taine Kelly; three sons, Bernard J Joseph F. Jr. and John F. Kelly, all of Detroit: brother, John Kelly of Penfield, N.Y.. and one sister, Mrs. Thomas Driscoll cf Rochester. Friends may call after 2 o'clock Wednesday evening at the John M. Hedges Funeral Home, corner of Culver Rd. and Empire Blvd. Services Friday morning at 9 and 9:30 o'clock at St. Ambrose Church. Interment in Holy Sepulchre Cemetery. , LANDENBERGER Monday, Nov. 19, 1956, Charles Landenberger cf 139 Lyndhurst St. He Is survived by his wife. Anna Landenberger: his brothers William Landenberger, San Francisco, and Henry Landenberger, Plant City, Fla.: a brother in South America, brother and sister in Germany; several niprffi and neohews. Friends may call at Hedges Memorial Chapel, University Avenue, wnere serv-ices will be held Wednesday afternoon at 2 o clock. Interment, White Haven, McCORTY-Ross A. McCorty, Sodus, N.Y., passed away Tuesday, Nov. 20, 1956. He is survived by bis mother. Mrs, Emma A. McCorty, Sodus, N.Y.; one sister, Mrs. Lois P. McCorty, Glen Falls, N.y. Friends may call 2 to 3 and 7 to 9 at the H. S. Norton Company Funeral Home, Main Street, Sodus, N.V., where .l -,.H k k.M Cnlau klrtv 91 at 2 p.m. Interment, Sodus Rural Cemetery. RALEIGH Suddenly, Not. 19, 1956, Mra. Carrie Ralcinh of 47 Glasgow St. She is survived by one sister, Mrs. Earl Woodworth of Spencerport: one brother, Henry Lesker; a niece, Mrs. Howard "Pat" Schultz, and several other nieces and nenhews. Friends may call at Henry D. Halloran sons funeral Home, set riymoum avb. S. from 2 to 3 and 7 to 9. Funeral service Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Interment, Beechwood Cemetery, Brock' port, N.Y. PFIOSI Entered into rest On Tuesday. Nov. 20, 1936. Mr. Joseph V. Pelosi of 24 Hoeltier St. He is survived by his wife, Emma Wandersee Pelosi; one Sister, Mrs. Josephine Garenllle; two brothers, Alphonse and Anthony, both of Californ a: two nerhews ana one niece Mr. Pelosi was member of St. John's Lutheran Club and the Citizens uud nf Rochester. Friends may call at L. Schauman's Sons, 609 Clinton Ave. n.. irom -3 and 7-9 n.m. Services will be held on Friday morning at 10:30 o'clock. Inter ment In Mt. Hope Cemetery. PFEIFFR Daniel F. Pfelfcr, Tuesday, Nov. 20. 1936. He is survived by a son. Daniel M.: his daughter-in-law, Marsuerile Northmore: a granddaughter, Mariuerite Ellen: three sisters, Hulea M. and Minnie Pfeifer, Mrs. Herbert H. Smith: one brother. Frank J., all of Batavia, N.Y. Deceased was member of Batavia Lodge ham, no. 47. Friends may call at the John M. Hedge Funeral Home, corner of Empire and Culver Rd., from 2-3 and 7-9. Funeral services Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Interment Elmwood Cemetery, Batavia, N.Y. Batavia papers please copy. REICHERT William P. Reichart of 438 Augustine St., entered into rest, Tuesday, Nov. 20, 1956. He is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Arthur H. Wagner and Mrs. Edwin F. Vogler; one brother, Edward Reichart; three sisters, Mrs. Emma Hart, Mrs. Joseph Rizzo and Mrs. Martha Stadtmiller; four grandchildren; six great-grandchildren; several nieces and nephews. Friends msy call at Norbert E. Vay Funeral Home, 604 Maple St., corner Colvin, from 2-3 and 7-9 p.m. Services Friday morning at 9 and 9:30 o'clock at Holy Rosary Church. Interment in Holy Sepulchre Cemetery. SERCU John L. Scicu. aged 43 years, of 52 Sunset St., suddenly, Sunday, Nov. 18, 1956. He is survived by his wife, Eleanor M. Kondolf Sercu; two sons, Richard and Robert; one daughter. Kathleen A.; four brothers, cnaries and Francis Sercu of Buffalo; Clarence, Rufus Sercu; four sisters. Miss Sarah Sercu, Mrs. Alfred (Helen) Falkenstein, Mrs. Arcme I Minerva) ounon 01 aavan- nah, N.Y.; Miss Blanche Sercu. He was a member or we insutuie 01 inter nal Ouditors, Institutional representative of the P.T.A. 43 and secretary-treasurer of the Boy Scout Troup and Post Mo. 243. Mr. Sercu to resting at Haubner A Stallknecht Funeral Home. 828 Jay St Funeral services Wednesday afternoon at 2 o dock. WM'Htft sWUAU tMSHi t..r. U.I 1 m w Fr Daytime Wa4ni4ay Flfune IKew Higk Ttmpertturet bpectaj sn rOKECAST Precipitation will be widespread over the eastern half of the country today. Snow is due in the Dakotas and parts of the upper and middle Mississippi Valley. It will be mild along the Atlantic seaboard and cooler over central part of the' country. (AP Wirephoto Map) , Weather Data LOCAL OBSERVATIONS The highest temperature yesterday was 51 degrees, against 70 the same day in 1953, and 26 In 1951; the lowest 36, against 56 in 1900, and 14 in 1879; the mean 44, against (SO in 1900, and 23 In 1951. Normal: 38 . ROCHESTER READINGS (Temperatures and Humidity) T H T H 2 a.m 40 60 2 p.m 51 52 4 a.m 39 381 4. p.m 31 50 6 a.m 37 68 6 p.m 49 63 8 a.m 39 64 8 p.m 49 66 10 a.m 46 52IIO n.m. .... 4ft 90 Noon 50 31 Midnight ... 45 94 Precipitation 01 Frem Jan. !-ov. 20 31.05 From Jan. 1-Nov. 20, 1953.. 30.11 Normal . . 28.44 vestern rennsyivania: Cloudy and mi ia witn occasional rain; high in upper 30s. interior Eastern New York! Cloudy wnn penonj or rain; nign in 401. New York City: Cloudy with sOme inn; nign wcu up in SOt. CASTRONOVA Grace Caitronova of 131 Lewis St, Shs is survived by her husband, Anthony; one daughter, Marilyn; one son, Samuel Gruttadario; her father, Mario Trapanl; four sisters, Mrs. Charles (Cecelia) Granata of WlUlams-ville, N.Y.; Mrs. Joseph (Anna) Arena, Mrs. Josephine Lapanl, Mrs. Carl (Mamie) Inguaglata; three brothers, An thony J., Joseph T, and Louis Trapani; several nieces and nephews. The family requests friends to call between the hours of 2 to 5 and 7 to 10 p.m. at the Nanna Funeral Home Inc., 650 Main St. E. Services Saturday morning 8:30 and 9:15 o'clock at Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Church. Interment Holy Sepulchre Cemetery. DINCHER Tuesday. Nov. 20. 1956. Kathleen Marie. 590 G anon Ave., infant daughter of Richard E. and Eileen Bari-tot Dincher. She Is survived by her grandparents, Mrs. Clarence Dincher and Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Baritot; also her great-grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Konert Hamilton, Los Angeles, Calif.; Mrs. Marv Dincher. Williamsport. Pa.; Mrs. Gertrude Hillman, Honeoye Falls. Funeral was held Wednesday morning. Interment Holy Sepulchre Cemetery. ROWLEY Tuesday, Nov. 20, 1956. after! Albany long illness, Lena T. Rowley, in ner iania 94th year. She is survived by two daugh- Atlantic City ters, Mrs. Walton H. Sampson, Roches- Boston ter, and Mrs. Stuart L. Warner, Angell-! Buffalo ca, N.Y.; also twe grandchildren, three:Chicago great-grandchildren. J Denver Funeral service and interment In Maple, Detroit .... Waterloo Pians Debt Crackdown WATERLOO. Nov 20 The Village Board last night voted to crack down on overdue de linquent water bills and steps SUBSCRIPTION RATES: By carrier TV-- j. Daily 30 cents a week. Sunday 15 centl emOCTOI ana UlTOnlCJe . nocnester, jn. y., Daily and Sunday 45 cents. By Mail- First and Second lonea Daily JUO per mo., 512 per year. Sunday 75 cents per mo., $7.80 per year, in all other zones postage is added. Call circulation Dept for zones rates. (These rates apply only where there is no Democrat and Cbron icle carrier service.) Wed., Nov. 21, J956 25 .ANNOUNCEMENTS Lost ond Found. Strayed 6 BEAGLE: Female, call-d "Tootjie", color brown head, neck white marked, hurfv Will be taken t0 enforce the b.1" nl brown. Lost around Vine Valley. I South Hill, close to sun club. ub iwoy-j. Reward. village ordinance. Following a long diSCUSSion .BPAOLE: Lwt Nov7lg, vicinity Rose, on the matter, in which Clar.c,,V, JSaT KaT'A, Z: ence Hoag, water department !-L, superintendent, spoke of the mounting costs derived from In creased expense to the village fi a j;J srmbles a pointer. Small scar on riht 50 ch?'c fuP of cuttle for this .vv.,...Sl,M Answers 10 BRACELET: Gold link lost. Round sold oik, containms utile ml cut out Inscribed "41656 Patricia Ann." Great sentimental value. 6-7614. Hired"""" wAiinma; evemnn, pjeasinr wora-Ine conditions. Blank A Sons Restaurant, 0000 South Ave. Ad raa 7 days ... cost t3.83 Auctioneers, Auction Sales 12 FIRST Canandalgua Sale, Sal.. Nov. 24. 1956, 11:30 a.m. At the new Ontario Countr Fairsrounda Sale Bam on' the Can-andawia-Hopcwell Townllno Rd.. 2 milrs ei of Cn,indiiia, N.Y., 5 miles south of New York Slate Thniwar. (Use Exit 44 from the west or Exit 4) from the east). "0 Rfsiitered Holsteins. Nearlr ill fresh cows and heifers or close-up (several choice service ate herd sires from high record Liberal -eward. CO 10r SnUtOII operations, Official, COON doe. female: Brown short-hsir. Re- ","" tyrr, effort has been made to nan,, nt'onni. !le. Several yoiins cowi will be setlini to the ordinance, water will be'vicim., at. ,.,. Howard S? -i a. - rr i 1 j. vrnnm. iu u tnam an u cui-rnAr . . . . snui on unui overaue dius are ti-- i-ms reduced and the fee paid for 'clarinet: lo on Eimsmve bus about resumotion of gprvire. 4 I,m- J?'w"Lch Wt-w. rrirrru ti , . lf. ., Vi.un.ri mi. LIUin DUCK vicinity Joseph and Baden. Important contents. Reward. Mrs. Marvin Brock-man. 25 HermanSt.,ATartment 1-F EYEGLASSES: Lo child's, Nov. 14th between Corpus Christ! and the Triton. HU 2-2053. Temperatures Station ROCHESTER .... Duluth Fort Worth Kansas City Los Anseles Miami New Orleans , New York City Philadelphia .. Phoenix Pittsburgh .... Portland, Me. St. Louis Seattle Tampa Washington .. Low Hi ah 51 ?li 15 ' 42 41 H 40 51 .15 53 4 53 53 4 10 25 40 45 19 27 4 72 34 40 4S fl7 70 7 67 tO 38 50 30 53 31 55 39 50 35 43 52 61 29 46 60 3 31 31 GET ready for winter!! Rubbers and overshoes for the entire family. Complete selection and low, low prices at Roscn-bers's. 221 North St. Open eveninsj Cohodons DAR - To Aid Indians HILL Testile Weavins: Burns, moth holes, tears, rewoven like new. 25 rears' experi- ence. 641 University Ave., GR 3-4928. AUCTIONS Grove Cemetery. Friendship, N.Y., Fri day afternoon at 2 o'clock. The courtesy of no flowers will be appreciated. Arrangements by J, Boyd Wincheli A Son Funeral Home, SF.LG Entered Into rest Nov. It. 1936. John G. Selg of 260 Elwood Dr. He is survived by his wife. Ruby H. Selg: his daughter, Diane; ms motner, Mrs. rnary Selg; two sisters, Mrs. fredericic, (Marie) Krenzer and Mrs. Carl (Julianna) Wolf; several nieces and nephews. Friends may call at Corbett Funeral Homes inc., 109 west Ave., trom i-3 and 7-9 o'clock. Services, Wednesday momini at 8:15 and 9 o'clock from St. Charles Church. Interment in Holy Sep ulchre Cemetery. STACK Monday, Nov. 19, 1956, Noreen Stack, aged 4 months, of 262 Pullman Ave. Survived cy ner Parents, Mr mnA Mra PfttHrV Ctarl" nn Umthr Kevin: her maternal grandmother, Mrs! C0H0CT0N. Nov. 20 ConhOC-' thankful with those lacking in I AUCTIONEtfTTiveitock and farm dis- PilnrV Murnhv her naternal erandnar.ii -t . n i r, . .. ,- ,.:.t 11. j .i.:. I potals. Complete auction and pediaree enis Mr and Mrs Maurice Stack oi lon papier, UJn, mei Ul lilE, uniinumsi-uuiiuuucu cuuiiuica. icf vljble. Harris Wilcox. Bersen In other action last night, the board directed the Police De partment to enforce the parking meter ordinance in Virgini Street The street is now re opened to traffic and the meters must be honored. Off-street parking will also be discontinued during the winter months from 2 a.m. to 6 a.m. so the snow removal program can move without disruption. An application by the Atlaft such popular proven sires as HiUmac Sovereien. Sovereien Cochran. Clyde Hi'Tl Prince Elsie Lad, Rai Apple Hiniare Titleholder, Lonelm Tcxal Hishcrofl, Stf I oat ? M ormspv fooes Dean ana many outers. FOUND: Small brown and black female do,, curly hair, choke collar. 52 Upton Place. roiTND: Schwlnn""Bicycie with extras? Maplfwood fark. Call UL S-1 4 J2. GREAT Dane: 19 montii, license 113163. lout Nov. 14. Fawn coior, h,ack msK. Needs medical attention. Please return Humane Society. KEYS (6) on silver rina. Lost Fri. night between Union and Fast Ave. Oe 4-4993-R. KITTEN: White tonirhaired. male. 7 tors. U PnfinUc r .coKl!cr, o . J0" vicinity jenerson ana west Main. uv. in-iiiiiiig iu "iui'ou " GE I-06Jy-R. evenirwi. gasoline station at 140 E. Main, parakeet: Green and Frank White, 138 E. Main St. was denied. A change from a residential to a commercial zone will allow the . Atlantic firm to enlarge and make use of the Fitzpatrick and White property for business use. The matter was referred to the Board of Appeals. . Kiwanians Hear j Pastor Give Talk On Thanksgiving PENN YAN, Nov. 20 The Rev. Robert McFiggens, assist ant pastor at St Michael' Church of Penn Yan, delivered the annual Thanksgiving message before the Penn Yan Ki-wanis Club. "We all have something to be thankful for," he said, "whether it be the many rights we have, our families, businesses, homes, churches) or even our small bene fits." The, Rev. Mr. McFiggens, a graduate of St Bernard's Semi nary last June, gave a brief history of Washington's first proclamation setting aside a day of Thanksgiving and be Lost Monday a.m. Named "Pettie." Reward. GE sHM.MV. PURSE, lost corner Andrew-Franklin, about noon Saturday. Please return to 23 Seneca Park Circle, Reward! SUNGLASSES: Rayban. tost on Clinton Ave. N. Saturday evenlnt around 6 o'clock. Rewaid ottered or call Enterprise 9295: Many of the animals sellini hive been Jhow rinn winners. Complete dispersal of two small herds. One with three srend-daughtrrs of I anxmont SifemaMer Prospector. You will be pleased with the type and quality m thie sale. T.B. Accredited-Calfhood Vaccinated-Mnny from biner certified fA lane proportion are elidible for any state). Comfortable sales pavilion. Catalogs at rinanide. Lunch available. Harrii Wilcox, Sale Mgr. A Auctioneer, Bcrarn, N. Y. Phone 146. AUTOMOTIVE Cars Being Dismantled l4: ATTENTION:' We buy old cars, delivered to I48S Lrell Ave. Trading Center. OL J-1J60. lOE'S Auto Parts, "49-56" cars. Most types. 412 Ave. N. HA. 6-9767. Now iliimantlins from Clinton Personals 7A ANY sirl In trouble end In need of a friend, call or see Mrs. Brtsadier C Bninner, Salvatloa Army, 60 North St.. HA 6-2360. Business Personals ARTICS. rubber footwear, alush boots for the entire family at Genesee Bootery. You can't buy tn. r fa" hrrcv-s r less. Genesee Bootery, 178 Genesee St. CIGARETTE burns, tears, etc., in wool, doir.ini, woven like new. French Textile Co.. 428 Avenue A. off 1028 Clinton N. PERMANENTS eiven at home at your convenience. Experienced 17 years. Call BA 5-2812. LAKE Ave. Auto Parts, 788 Lske Ave., GL 3-11.10 has Buicks to 1955, Cbevrolets to 1956, Chryslers to 1953. DeSoto to 1953, Dodge to 1955. Ford to 1955, Kaisers to 1953, Mercury to 1954, Nash to 195 Oldsmobile to 1953, Packards to 195J. Ponliac to 195S. Plymouth to 1955. : SPENCERPORT Auio Wrecking: Toti price tor funk cars and trucks. Auto parts, late models. ?A .eiivtnn Aw . Sptncerport N. Y Enterprise 2457. VETTRANS Auto Parts, 1060 Lee Rd., GL 1-8532, has over 12 acres of used and new auto parts. We have parts from 1956 down to 1917. We tnriilir in flnrtH. el parts, if we don't have what you want its almost impossible to tl. Frea deliv cry service. 50-mile rafl'us. AIAX Is now dismantling '54 Chevrolet. . '53 Plymouth hardtop, '52 Henry J, 5 Nash Rambler na.-;cp, 'Si Buick. '51 Olds and many others. Call us for your used parts. Reasonable prices. Aiax Auto Parts, next to Starlite Drive-In Theater, West Henrietta Rd.; GR 3-8867. V Auto Accessories, Ports fS, PERMANENTS, your borne. Your convenience. AU work guaranteccd. GE 8-3803-W, COMPLETE safe, lock & door closer galea A service. Security Safe A Lock Co., HA 6-4620, HI 5-2722-1. 24-hr. emergency service. FRIEDMAN: Unwanted hair off permanently, 15th year. 27 Clinton S. HA 6-6957. FLARED flush-mount fender skirts for '57 Chevs.. Fords. Pivmraitht. rvM ata In Of TCy"' Aut0 "0 La Ave OL 3-7762. v Auctioneers, Auction Sales 12 AL Dorren, auctioneer and liquidator. Reasonable rates. Reliable service. HA 6-2707. 29 Front St. EMANUEL levy, auctioneer, appraiser, liquidator, furniture, estates, stores, merchandise and fixtures. LO 2-5020. Compared HAROLD G. Hill, livestock and seneral hinnc fn. ...VUli Ki ' uctioneer. Also rea estate, witt, carle ,n.nfej rr invii nc .au w n. IuMins, Broker, Albion, N. Y. Ireland Private services will be held Wednes day morning at Farrell Brothers. Interment Holy Sepulchre Cemetery. ZACHER On Monday, Nov. 1. Mrs. Monica A. Zacher, wife of Eugene G. Zachcr of 30 French Rd., Rochester. She is survived, beside her husband, by her two daughters. Miss Sandra Jean, Kathleen Marie Zacher; her mother. Mrs. Belle Rice; her brother, Charles Rice, both of Fillmore, and one niece. Friends may call at Zornow'a Funeral Home, 21 Lincoln Ave., Pittsford, until 2 o'clock Wednesday p.m. FtsneraJ serv ice and Interment in Fillmore, N.Y. "HMflMfllfimPl ; Full Bodied! The best!" ' Cooed this critical Thanksgiving guest. "You may pour me some My dear daughter-in-law. Both your coffee and you pass the test!" home of Mrs. John Nichol? of! Bath, with Mrs. Larene Walker,1 assistant hostess. Miss Daisy MacKay, regent, presided at the, meeting during which the group voted to send contributions to the New York State Indian Educational and Christmas funds, the Investment Trust Fund and to the fund for the preservation and restoration of documents in the archives of the National Society. Mrs. At wood presented a five -minute program on "National Defense" regarding the Alaska mental health bill. Miss Sarah Shults of Avoca reviewed the book A History of Popular Music in America, by Sigmund Spaeth. She stated that the songs of America reflect the changing prases in the life of the people. The music mentioned covered the periods from the time of the psalms and hymns of the Pilgrim fathers to the popular music at the mid dle of the present century. Clilion Springs Y Opens Cage Loop CLIFTON SPRINGS, Nov. 20 Three games in the YMCA LEGAL NOTICE CUPREME COURT: Steuben County, Friendly Indian Basketball state of New York: League opened the 1956-37 sea- taEflh J 2??X son. The You try new Instant Chase & Sanborn... Mess in i mi in' as" "I Urge everyone," he Said "to sales manage A auctioneer. Bergen. set aside one hjmr Thursday lollll!dSrWff',S pray for the many hPnefltS'res. machinery, etc. HA M120- Almighty God has given us."!" M'rJV .Z Praying Should not be left Only;": lwe1' Shlnslehoiue and Genesee. . . . I Sel ins 44 cert, and acc cattle. A aood fa I iu uiuae uidiuiijs o caiei'r ill ic- and earir winter Ireihemng nerd. 7 trae-licn'nn rio rnnclnHpH cfatinrr n0.'1, b,ltr- A" equip, and large quantity ugion, ne conciuaea, siaung, 0( oiu:t, psl, ,nd lilt,nil o( YOU, Will maKe yOUrsell Tien Dy "lou" waiter p. we n. the owner. , H iimjv TVi Atirfmn Kurvir SI I -.. , . .... ...... .w.. ...... your prayers. The speaker was introduced by the Rev. Sheldon Stephenson, chairman of the Kiwanis Club's support of churches committee, , NOTICE. TO BIDDERS Notice Is hereby- aiven that sealed propoais win oe received at the office which ah vear mnncnri fhV1" ,ne L'vlsln or rurcnase and Supply, wmcn eacn year sponsors tne ntv Han. nntit n .m e..i.. inanKsgivmg program. 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All bids must be endorsed with the title of the work to which they relate, the name of the bidder and his reii-dence, and must be accompanied by a certified check of amount specified in proposal to insure the execution of con tract, if awarded. All bids must be upon and In con formity with the bidding sheets and specifications which will be furnished by the undersigned after Nov. 20. IKED W. ERETH, Purchasing Agent. AZ-1120, Jl-Jt. BRAKE shoes: Bonded snd riveted. All numbers. Also clutch plates snd pressure Plans. Phil's Auto Parts. BA 5-1620. HEADQUARTERS for . mufflers and pipe for all makes of cars. Also duals, headers manifold sets. Dynaione, Dms-pak, Dyna-glasa and chrome accessories. Schuber Aute Parts. 558 Lyell Ave. GL 3-6775. SNAP-ON rortcei panels, fenders, doot panels. (Most models). Davison Auto poor auppiy. s; Averlll Ave. HI 5-3170 Automobiles for Sal 18 AERO Willys and euitr makes. If roa are able to pay weekly and are steadily employed, we can work out terms regardless of past credit. Beikirch's, 200 Mt. Hope. BUICK. 1954 Super Riviera hardtop. A 19,000 actual miier. Fully equipped. Hurry for this eatra popular one. H.745. Archer Guarantee, corner Monroe and Alei-ander. BA 5-8558. (Open Mon. through Sa 19-9;) ... BUICK, 1955 Special sedan. Tan. red and black. Dvnaflow. ririin. hr.irr an t.' ractive nerfect cat? li q, Horlon's. 625 Culver Rd., HU 2-350ft B U CK. 1955 Special hardtoo. Dvnaflow! Very low m l?. it. Sl.Q7 D..Hv- c. -. Cassettl, 1451 Lyell. '. BUICK. 195 convertible. Sav. it. Auu Sales. 300 l ake Ave. Bay BUICKS, 1957. Now on display st our inimrocra. see us today. Own one ot these fine cars. Get the best of service. Fairport Motors. "Your Country Buick Deiier." 38 Wert Ave., Fsirrort. Phone 62 BUICK, 1950-51 sedan. Very clean. Si, down. LaDuca Motors, 855 St. Paul.1 . BUICK, 1952 Special 4-door. Radio, heat' er, 2-lone gray, tires like ne. 75. Bonenblust 4 Buckmaa (your Oldsmobile desler), 340 lake An. BUICKS. Oldsmobiles. Folds, Chevrolet, Dodges, Plymouths. 1951s to 1956s. Most are one-owner trade ins on the eiclting all new 1957 Oldsmobile. All our cars are thoroughly reconditioned. Sea ui before vou buy. Philani Oldsmobile Inc., 'Tour brand new dealer with the brand new deal," 149 Ridge Rd. E. CO 6-2900. Scnecas took a hard- Dissolving His Marriage to Ruth Vclly To RUTH VEILY: Whereas, Edward fought 30-23 victory from thej"; "h Apaches, Eagles downed the Mo-,Veiiy has absented herself for more than hawks 24-14, and the SiOUX 'ive namely more than twelve Jk'l 1 ... fljl, UltllUW V.IU MIIUHM .w him to be living during that time; that he believes her to be dead; that diligent search has been made to discover evidence showing her to be living, and no such evidence has been found and asking that his said marriage be dissolved; You, Ruth Veily, are hereby notified, that, that pursuant to an Order duly made and entered in the above proceeding dated Nov. 19th, 1956, a hearing will be Bad unon this petition at a Trial and special Term of the Supreme Court In the Court House In the Village of Bath, N.Y., on the 14th day of January, 1957, at ten o'clock in the forenoon. Dated at Corning, N.Y., Nov. 15th, 1956. EDWARD F. VEILY. VERNE V. RYON, Attorney for the Petitioner, Office 4 Post Office Address, 405-406 First National Bank A Trust Co. Bldg , Coming, N.Y. Notice is hereby served upon you by virtue of an order of Hon. O. Robert Witmer, Justice of the Supreme Court, made at a regular trial and special term of the Supreme Court held at Corning, Steuben County, N.Y., Nov. 19, 1956, and duly entered in Steuben County Clerk's Office Nov, 20th, 1956. BA1 121-27-123 3t. snowed under the Iroquois 15-2. Captains heading up league activities are: Senecas. Dick Cur- ran; Apaches, Jimmy Driscoll; Eagles, Thomas Willson; Mo hawks, Thomas Robson; Sioux, James Loughlin; Iroquois, Joe Barry. TRAFFIC PLAN TABLED NEW0RK, Nov. 20 A plan that would expedite traffic in Newark was proposed at a meet ing of the Newark Retail Mer chants at Caruso's last night. The plan wa5 tabled until after the holidays. James Hannan, chairman of the parking committee for the Chamber of Commerce, presented the proposal, which would call for one-hour meters on Main Street and East Union Street. BUICK, 1955 Special J-door. V-l powered with twin turbine dynaflo and wrao- around windshield. Gleamint black and while finish and white wall tires. A steal at $1,995. Dorschel Buick, 68 Genesee. BUICKS, Buicks. Buicks! 1950 Roadmas-trr 4-door sedan. Beautiful gretn finih, white wall tires, radio, heater, dvnaflow, $299, '50 Super 4-door sedan, radio, heater, dvnaflow, $286. '54 Special 4-door sedan, one owner, low mileage, beautiful condition, $1,099. Palmer Motori Inc., your Chrysler-Plymouth desler," 1850 Lake Ave. si Kodak Park. BUICK: Valley Kads In value, 1955 Super, tutone 4-door. all eaulnmrnt: like new. save hundreds. 52.195. Written guarantee. Valley Cadillac-Pontiac Corp., Trade-Di D. vHion, inside showroom. 1701 East Ave.. I blnckjvest ot Winton Kd. BUICK: '53 Hardtop-super V-l. 11.", Dvnaflow and many other eitrss. lip-ton condition. A terrific ruy at this low, low price, only $1,195. Simmons Motor Corp., Rochester's oldest DeSoto and Firm outn dealer, fcasl Ave. , BUICK: 1955 special sedan, very lcv mileage, power steering. Only $1,995. '54 special 2-door hardtop, unusually clrsn. See this one. $1,495. C. W. Fields Inc.. 373 S. Goodman at Monroe. BUICK: '5J .Special 4-door. Extra rice throughout. CSrome is escelknt. finish like new. Interior perfect. Mechanically perf-cl.i$49. Jones FotdMi iW. Mam. BUICK: Conv.rtible""l952! Equipped 'tsli 5enD"!L,.?no'.,i0.n'. Mortimer-Divl-1 ZlilS either interior. Looks nicer than wost 5!'s. $795. Dorschel Buick. 68 Genesee NOTICE TO BIDDERS Notice is hereby given that sealed pro posals will be received at the office of the Division of Purchase and Supply, 36 City Hall, until 10:00 A. M. Eastern Standard Time, Dec. 4 for the following of slon Parking Ramp for the Dept rumtc woms Heating Work. fortirTer-Divlsion St Parking Ramp for the Dept. of Public j BUICK: 195 Super 4-door, Dvnaflow. vC Works dio heater, etc. Perfect condition. P' Plumbing Work for Mortimer-Division duced to $995. Ward Miunr Inc., 45? . . . You'll see why coffee lovers everywhere make the Full-Bodied Instant their FIRST CHOICE FOR FLAVOR Over other leading instantii! Even over ground coffees! Women everywhere are discovering a new full-bodied instant . . . with the depth of flavor, richness and quality they've been searching for. Join them. If you know and love good coffee, New Instant Chase & Sanborn is for you! w H HliS D Vs , " "-M.Umrjr.fcnr in mi mm instant 81 ANOTHIft PINI FftODOer Of STANDARD UANDS tUC "7 'iteite Parking Ramp for the Dept. of Public works Electrical Work for Mortimer-Division Parking Ramp for the Dept. of Public Works A deposit of $25.00 will be required for each set of plans and specifications. All bids must be endorsed with the title of the work to which they relate, the name of the bidder and his residence, and must be accompanied by a certified check of amount specified in proposal to insure the execution of contract, if awarded. All bids must be upon and In conformity with the ' bidding sheets and specifications which will be furnished by the undersigned e'ter Nov. :o. FRFD W. ERETH, Purchasing Agent. AY-ll:0, 21. 28 St. NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS Board of Trustees, Waterloo Memorial Hospital, Waterloo, ew York, Owners of (be proposed Tailor-Brown Memorial Hospital, Waterloo, New York; Pro)ei No. NY S 111. Sealed bids In duplicate for the Structural Steel and Steel Joist Construction for the Taylor-Brown Memorial Hospital, Waterloo, New York will be received by the Board of Trustees of the Waterloo Memorial Hospital, Waterloo, New York, at tne office of the Chamber of Commerce, 12 Virginia Street, Waterloo, New York until 8:00 o'clock p.m., Eastern Standard Time. Nov. 27. 1956. and then at said office publicly opened ii and read aloud Portland. BUICK: '55 V-l Special 2-door. rsrlies dvnaflow, 2-tone finish, etc. Outstand-H ' r market. $1,750. Jones Ford, 685 W. Main. BUICK- 1952 4-door. Tan finish. , vj y cc . I f "I ' $745. Brown Chevrolet, 769 W. Main St.. BUICK. 1956. A few brand new ones left, 2 Special 4-door hardtops. I Special 2-door (not hardtop style). 2 Centurr 4-door hardtops. Super 4-door sedan (not hrdtop style). Also some company cars. Hurry and you on save a whole years depreciation. Nothing later than '51 wanted In trade. Special deals If yoo have no trade-in. Jenkins Neely Buick Corp., 370 S. Main, Canandaitua. phone 76. Opts evfnmgv . Bt'ICK. H'J ''Snecial" Riviera hard'op, b.aniifnl black finish. esceH'nt mechanical enduxn: $995 Hoselton Chevrolet, last Rochester. N.Y. Open till 9. Saturdays till 5. BUICK. 1954 Special 2-d"or, dvnaflow, fully eau.pped; 1 oner. Elmer Schmidt, Buick. Hon. oye Fails. BUICK: 19-7. You are cordially invited to Inspect the niwrst Buick yet at Elmer SchmidtBuick H.nn'qve Fa!li , BUICK. 194 Special: 2-door. In the popular special series. Why buy a small car when vou can buy this one tor only $1,095. This is a Fincherzed and safety tesied used car. Fincher's, J7 S. Union, HA 6-8440. BUICK: Valley leads In value. Outstanding Super 2 narniop; eqinweu; oniy -;. The Information for Bidders. Form ofiof Wintor Pd Bid, Form of Contract, Form of Bid hlrI( K' Valley v.ii,.. CHillae-Pontiac Corp . Trade-in Dr vision, Inside showroom. 1701 Eaat Ave. 1 block west oi winton Kd. BUICK: Valley leads In value. Above av erage 19'.' Super convemme. tquip-ra. dvnallow. Only $1,095. Valley caclillac- 'onl ' Corn. Iraai'-tn uivision. mvna showroom, 1"0I last Ave., 1 bloc, west Amazing Pain Reliever Mow Added To New Modern-Formula MUSTEROLE New, Improved Musterole now contain! amazing GM-7 (glycol monosallcylate)! Thii remarkable pain reliever combined with stimulating oil of mustard promotes quicker relief through faster absorption! Rub it on, Musterole apeeds deeper "baked heat" comfort to cold'i miseries; tiff, sore muscles; strains, sprains. Also repeatedly relieves minor rheumatism and arthritis pain. The only rub In 3 strengths. Regular, Extra Strong, Child's Mild, Stainless, convenient. Save on large tubes. For this better relief, get new Musterole now! Bond, Form of Performance Bond, Gen etal Conditions, Plans and Specifications may be enamined at the office of John C. thrlich. Architect, 22 Seneca Street, Geneva, New York. Drawings and Specifications may be obtained by calling at the office of the Architect, John C. Ehrlich, 22 Seneca Street, Geneva, New York for a deposit nf $10.00. Checks shall be made payable to John C. Ehrlich, Architect. The Board of Education reserves the right to waive any informalities in or to reject any or all bids. Each bidder must deposit with his bid, security In an amount of not less than three per centum (3) of the base bid in the form and suhiect to the condi tions provided in the General Conditions. Attention of bidders is particularly called to the requirements v to condi tions ot employment to be unserved and minimum wage rates to be paid under the contract. No bidder may withdraw his bid within 30 days after the actual date of the opening thereof, but may withdraw his bid anytime prior to the scheduled closing time for the receiot of bids or authorized postponement thereof. When contract is let for the general construction, the steel work herein described shall become a part of the general construction contract. Dated: November 6, 1956. E. GUY DOANF.. Chairman, Building Committee Waterloo Memorial Hospital, Waterloo, New York. SS-ll9-21-2t. j. leads in value. lust trart.rt: es.entionil '52 4-')oor; eoulon d. $695. Wri ten ft'-ranfe. Vsll.-v Cadilhr. Ponliac Corr . Trade-In Division, insula showroom. P0t East Ave., I block west of VA'inton Pd . BUICK Special. 1953 "hardtop, a low mileage b'autv. fire engine red with black top. radio, heater. Dvniflo. Bargiin priced at Sl.tWJ. uorsrnei uiatuen'57lj BUICK, 190 Special dark green 4-door in very good running order. Tires and engine Indicate manr miles of driving left. See this ear today, only $199. Brown Chevrolet. 769 W. Main. . BUICK: 1953 4-door, $1,095. Spencerport Bui'k. Spencerport. Open evenings. ,a PI'ICK 1955 convrrtlbl". very clean, no rust, fully equipped. $2,295. Spencerut FmeV. S-vncernort. Open evenings BUICK: 1956 Special convertible, equipped with power steering and brakes, black top with contrasting bittersweet bottom. Tt.'i-eott Pu'ck, Bro kpert. fUICR" 1956 turgor sedan. Dynaflow, radio, he.-ter. pemo'!rtOT. 32.'5, A 1 Pitts En' V. Inc., 899 Ridge Rd., Webster Hu 2-2425. BI'ICK. r'Q super fordor. A-I shape. HU2J"90. BUiCKT i95 Century convertible, white with black tor.. Save first year's depre- , ciation. Traujeott Buick. Brockport. BUICK, 1 95 1 Super tiardtop, 2-tone finis'it choice of two. Dv.taflow, radio arid heater. Good mechanical csnditlon. $". Pilnh Pontiac Annes, 562 W. Main SL C.H MMS5. Open evenins. CADILLAC. 1953 sedan, very clean. Must selLmovini. BU8-s5y- CAniirAC, 1955 sedan. Radio, heater. Hydramstic. Power brakes, power steering. Mke offer. Ready? gee Caisettl, 1451 Lyell Ave., GL 3-67iir SAISV J 4tsaaA aHh eVU4 a.L4 " KJ.A-AjmH

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