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2H ROCHESTER DEMOCRAT AND CHRONICLE. SUNDAY. DECEMBER 19. 1913 Day Book of Events in Rochester Woman Gets Medical Degree With59MenatU.ofR. Rites BLOOD DONORS URGED TO KEEP CAPACITY RATE 20,000 CANDLES TO GLEAM FOR CAROL SERVICE Temperatures a.

Qanaata, rublte Markal; accident. :45 a. m. Geneaee, Main and Bclo; accident. 2 I 2T 2 p.

2T 4 p. m. 30 21 p. in Jl, 8 p. HO 10 d.

4 a. m. 8 a. m. 8 a.

m. 10 a. m. Noon 8:10 a. brokan.

10:31 a. STRANGE AS IT SEEMS m. 601 Birr; haatar ptpa m. Genesee, 3 CaKery; 114 Troup; ilck- 4:04 p. m.

St. Mary's, 41 Garfield; man dead. 6:30 p. m. Strong, 71 S.

FHzhuh; alckneaa. p. m. 319 CUJvar; chimney Bra. 6:15 p.

m. 278 S. Plymouth; alcknesa. 9:03 p. St.

Mary's, W. Main and Jafferson, accident. 9:31 p. m. Oty, 75 Huriaon; alcknaae.

9:34 p. at. Mary's. 91 Uttla, alckneaa. 9:59 p.

m. 219 Culver; wood amoulUer-Ini. no damage. 11:64 p. m.

General. 643 Btate; SiMiunight 29 aaaa. 11:23 a. as. f-orecaat Western New York: Fair with mild temperature and windy.

Local ObaervMtloas The highest temperature yeatsr. day was au degrees against 67 the same day in 191. and 13 in 1019; use lowest 27, against 40 in IZ12 ant in 1919; the mean 28, against 48 in 1895. and 3 in 1919, and an average CHURCHILL pays more than the dealers who pay the 110 Mt. Hope Ave.

m. Strong, it Freipact; woman 13:40 p. City, 84 Hudaea; aecldant. 1:00 p. Gtneati, J7S Driving Pit.

alckneaa. 1:13 p. m. Eastman and Woodalda; falaa alarm. 1:14 p.

Highland, Pawty and Fall atckaaaa. 1:34 p. -444 Unlveralty; 3:03 p. Highland, 174 Smaraon; alrknaaa. ot 27 for 43 years ROCHESTER Albany HOSPITALIZATION Frank C.

Slekels Agency Rochetter, N. Office 607-508 Wildar lid. PHONE MAIN 4110 Atlanta Biamarck Armed Forces Ask Quota Boost of Million Pints Request by the armed forcea for 5.000,000 pints of blood In 1844, an Increase of 1,000,000 over tha current quota, will make it vitally Important that donations continue at capacity at the Blood Bank here, Red Cross officials said last night. The request of the surgeons general of the Army and Navy to Chairman Norman H. Davis of the American Red Cross for the addi 4 ST0HE 761 Hoaion Buffalo 31 p.

St. Mary's, phtliia and Fulton: aenirtant. fiattvwr Detroit Low High 27 21 S2 2 49 17 4U 27 40 27 SJ 23 87 24 tt 2H 24 31 7 31 28 24 43 51 37 21 40 27 21 44 17 S3 27 40 18 44 Graduation Speaker Stresses Need of Leadership With one woman doctor in a wartime clasa in which military uniforms outnumbered traditional caps and gowns, 60 December graduates of the University of Rochester School of Medicine and Dentistry received MD degrees at the school's ICth, commencement exercises yesterday. Cn. William 8.

McCann, Medical Coipn, USNU. who was speaker at the ceremonies, stressed the role the graduates will play as leaders in civilian life after they have completed their wartime military dutie. Commander McCann, who is on leave from Strong Memorial Hospital, told the graduates that the survival of private medical practice after the war will depend upon the degree to which medicine can produce leaders. Edward G. Miner, chairman of the board of trustees, presided at the exercises.

Lone Woman Graduate One of 11 Rochester students who participated in the ceremonies, the only woman member of the class was Margaret I Rathbun, 184 Rox-borough Rd. All the men of the graduating uuiuin Worth Kansas City MUllll New Orleans New York City Oklahoma City Philadelphia Pittsburgh St. Louis Washington HOW ABOUT YOUR tional blood will not, however, raise Kiev Year's Eve the amount needed from the Rochester area, Madison- Pierce, chairman of the Blood Donor Service of the Rochester Chapter of tha Red Cross, said. Gratitude Expressed The surgeons general exprewed the "earnest wish that no American fighting- man shall fail to return for lack of blood" and ax-pressed the gratitude of the fight 10 Ration Dates A -8 gaaolina coupons expire reb. 8.

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Lone girl graduate in medicine at U. of R. midwinter exercises, Margaret Rathbun, Rochester. Program Slated Christmas Eve In Park Twenty thousand candle will light the Christmas Eve darkness cf Washington Park Friday night ns nochesteriana Rather around the towering community Christmas tree, to alntf fhrtatinn enrol in memory of the hoys who are away. The Christmas Kva Candlelight Se: vice, held only in KochcMer.

va originated the Christmas of 141, a few diya after Pearl Harbor, when patents, looking forward to the firs', lonely war Christmas, were invited to take part in a little service around the tree and to light candles for their sons who couldn't be To the mothers and fathers it was like putting a candle in the window. Among the thousands who will join in the caroling this year will be parent of many or the 20,000 servicemen and women who are unable to get home and iicores of air cadets, soldiers, sailors and Marines who will be here and un-ahle to join their families. The half-hour program, which will be broadcast, will start at and will include a short address by Mrs. Harper Sibley. The liev.

George F. Kettell, pastor of St. Mary's Church, will offer the invocation, and organ music will ac company the carols. Lights around Washington Square will be turned out during the pro-pram. T.

Carl Nixon, president of the Rochester Convention and Publicity Bureau, said. Only lights in the blork will bo thoee on the 4. 'Moot Christmas tree In front of the Utile White House and, for a tew minutes, tru. candles. Paient aetvlca men and women are Invited to call at the LUle White House between 7.30 and p.

m. to pick up candles to be lighted during the ceremony, Frank Iovejoy. chairman of the Kochesterians, said. Trio Signed For SPARS The SPARS swore In three Rochester women yesterday, including one who was celebrating her 20th while the WAVES and class except those ineligible because of nhvsical disabilities or Formab? IF YOU'VE neglected to have your formals beautified because you've been "snowed-under" preparing for Christmas, then make it No. 1 on your memo pad to CALL CRESCENT-PURITAN TOMORROWI Our impeccable Style-Control dry cleaning rates "tops" with Rochester's most exacting homes and it is certain to make a big hit with you.

Call Genwood 860 liam S. Klutx. Roland B. Laury, Walter Lnhrmann. Jamas C.

Mac-Dermott Jr. James K. Massrtn, George R. Miller. Arnold P.

Nicosia. Eddv D. Palmer, Anson Perina, Frederick ti. Pleune, Paul A. Rockwell.

Charles A. Rowe, Richard J. Saunders Jr. Stanwood S. Schmidt.

John H. Schulti, James E- Sgerson. John A. Segerson, John F. Waldo.

William R. Walsh. Walter J. Wawro. Ed foreeign citizenship, are members of the Army or Navy.

Army men were sworn in at the i I commence ment exercises ward B. Wells, John Maclean Wen as first lieu- Today's Events The Infant cantata aung by chorua ot 75, Cox Hall Chapel, Cheo-b rough Seminary, 6:30 p. na. tartatena Party, Boly Grtort Church, Cold Water Road, 3:30 p. an.

Memorial Art (iallery, open 2 to p. m. Mtaa 34. T. Wright.

"The Chriatma Story In Art," 3:13 p. m. Memorial Art Canary, film, "A ChrUW ma carol," 4 p. m. Korheeler I'lvie Orrheatra, Chrtetmae Community Convert, Kaatmsn Theater, 8 p.

m. Alcoholic Annnymoue, Seneca Hotel, 3 p. m. Korhrntrr MuerUtn, open from 3 to 8-f'llma at 3 nr. Hauacrt llall.

kiiistita mt totumbae, Kourth pegrea dinner, fnwere Hotel, 8:30 p. m. Marine tatnora, Power Hotel, 3 p. ing forces to the American punuc for having attained the 1943 quota a month ahead of schedule. "Although the Red Cross must meet this additional demand and depend upon the assistance of the American publio in accomplishins; the task, Rochester's quota will not be raised," said Pierce.

"Two new centers will open aoon in Texas and with one or two new centers on the West Coast, Ue Increase will not have to be absorbed by established collection areas and laboratories," Pierce said. Vitally Important "Rut It is vitally important that donations from the Rochester area show the Increase that is necessary to meet the quota that will be more essential than ever under the new call for blood," he con-eluded. To insure this area's quota be met without interruption or letdown for any reason, ths procurement division will concentrate on arranging more mass donations et the center at 37 Exchange St. dell. James N.

Wilson, Herman O. Zeifer. Certificates In. Medicine; George Ertward Mavor. Degrees awarded sine Commenre-ment of March 1941, doctor of medicine: Gerald M.

Malcolm M. Ellison. Russell J. Nlc holl. CRSCnTiPURITfln iflunDeninc Jit.

I If DRV a i KCOTT KHUN 600 Food Dealers Fail to Register, Emergencies 4:15 a. m. Park, S5 Eaton; aiekneia. OP A Aide Reveals tenants in the i al Re-serve Corps. The Navy men were iwofi in a lieutenants (j.

in the Naval Reserve. Continued from Fjtge IB JOIIV R. AUTKU Under OPA regulations, dealers were required to register for the ft' a ram SIDE and the recently-organized spon Both groups will be on inactive processed program -between Apr. 1 duty until they complete their in soring committee will spur its campaign of direct solicitation for pledges to be fulfilled at the center. and 10 and to file inventories ternship.

Two Navy men, Charles taken during that time. The only Open Every Wight 9TU 9 The Red Cross now ha S3 blood exception was for retailers who did less than $203 business in March, ei mi jpnim ia centers and 62 mobile units in operation. Young Couples Map Events at Branch Fifty young married couples met for a social evening in the Arnett YMCA last nlarht and mapped plans E. Weber and William Blackmore, who elected to intern under Navy direction were sworn into the U. S.

Navy. A certificate in medicine was tilven to George Kdward Mavor of Aberdeen, Scotland, who studied here a year under a Rockefeller Foundation Studentship. He will return to Scotland to complete his studies. Urges leadership Predicting that the graduates who serve in combat areas benefit by the experience, Commander Of a for a. number of affairs during tha winter.

Clarence A. Campbell of tha staff at A-nett said the McCann urged the group to de young people of the Arnett area asked that they be allowed to use the facilities. The group plans 1913. These were required to register but were not required to file inventories. Under the meat-fats program, the retailers were required to register between May and 14, their inventories being based on stocks on hand at the close of business May 1.

As most retailers handle some items in both programs, all were required to register for both, according to OPA officials. Besides facing suspension proceedings, the delinquent retailers under the general rationing regulation could be enjoined or prosecuted criminally as violators of OPA regulations. The criminal proceedings involve showing intent to violate the regulations, admittedly hard to prove, and OPA has resorted to suspension orders to enforce its programs. to hold meetings and parties at COFFEE TABLES A large selection. Every style te choose from.

GIFT LAMPS Many beautiful style with matched shades to harmoniie. Table Lamps 1.98 Bridge Lamps .3.98 least twice feach month. $4.9: 4.98 Floor Lamps RL The Gift For The 5 Entire Family! XC'V1 2 Pieces WHITING-QUICK WANTED Late Model USED CARS HIGHEST PRICES Will Call To See Car VJhiting-Buick 342 East Ave. Stone 714 the Army Air Corps also reported enlistments. Enrolled In the Coast Guard women's reserve at a speecial ceremony at the SS Rochester, 36 East was Margaret Thompson.

415 Raines a Rochester Products Work employe who was Just 20, minimum age for the SPARS. The two others sworn in were Sylvia Klein, 22 Martin and Wilma Weiss, both Bausch A Iomb Optical Company workers. The new SPARS will leave for basic training early in January with the first local "More in '44" group, according to Ensign Alice G. Mulhern. Betty Speltz.

21 Fillingham is the new WAVE apprentice seaman, while new Army Air Corps enlistees are Daniel Sullivan, 62 DHmar Robert A. Youngman. J4T2 Main St. and Victor T. Czebatol.

1001 Joseph all 17. U. of R. Trainees To Scatter for Holidays at Home Members of the University of Rochester's V-12 unit will scatter to all parts of the country Thursday when their Christmas holiday leaves befrin. The Navy and Marine trainees come from more than 25 staie3, some from as far as the West Coast.

they have only four days' leave, those who live in states will not be able to go home, but the men who retrain at the River Campus over the holiday will not be neglected on Christmas. All have been invited to Rochester homes for Christmas dinners. Their holiday ends Thursday morning, Dec. 18. Mid-term examinations are now under way for V-12 and civilian students at the Men's College, and will end Tuesday.

Christmas holidays for students at the Women's College Saturday and will end Jan. 3. following the traditional two-week winter vacation period instead of the, four-day vacation in effect at the Men's College under the accelerated military college training program. Mrs. Du Colon, 78, Native of Parma, Taken by Death Mrs.

Harriett DuColon, widow of the late Bert DuColon and a lifelong1 resident of Parma, died yesterday (Dec. 18, 1943) at the age of DAVENPORT and MATCIIiriG CHAIR In addition to the large, roomy davenport you have your choice of a smart lounge or club chair. Easy Termsl No Interest Charge! Other Living Room Suites Up to $347 78. A graduate of the Brockport velop leadership in the education of man to his increasing social responsibilities in the post-war "When the last torpedo and the last salvo have been fired, and the last air bomb has been dropped; when the smoke and rubble have been cleared, the dead burled, and the wounded rehabilitated, the world will look for you for leadership of the returning hordes of veterans," he eaid. Emphasizing the need for postwar leadership by medical men to avoid "the bureaucratic control of medicine by the state which may put us In a straightjacket and make us the prey of political pressure groups," the speaker told the graduates that their military training wlil leave them capable of being peacetime leaders.

Stresses Objectives vYour objective will be the advancement of medicine for the good of mankind," he wid. Robert A. Bruce, 1170 Gemsee William S. Adams. John It.

Carter and Scott F. Coffin received degrees of doctor of medicine with honor. Other Rochester graduates, besides Bruce and Miss Rathburn: John J. Douglas. 36 Klmhurst Henry M.

Hardwlcke, 3564 Mt. Hope Rlnaldo V. Kron, 178 Melrose St. Ralph W. Prince, 100 J'elham Rd.

Raymond J. Simmons. 146 Villa Kdwin A. Robinson, 169 Mitchell St. Charles E.

Weber, 63 KingsBoro Rd. James B. Woodruff, 44 Southern and Frederick J. Martin, 70 Lafayette Rd. Nonresident graduates included William M.

Ashe, Theodore I. Bar-telmez; Leslie R. Bennett. William Blackmore, David Bianchet, Frank-lyn F. Bond.

William F. Boucher, Sidne? H. Cohen, Norman S. Cooper, Alfred M. Decker Jr.

Robert M. Dumm, Gregory K. Dwyer. Leonard D. Fenninger, John R.

Geary Jr. William B. George. William L. Greer, DeWitt E.

Harrison, William W. Howe Jr. Albrt A. Kattua Jr. Ralph H.

Kellogg, Robert R. Kline, Wil- Academy of Music, Mrs. DuColon taught piano for many years. CRICKET CHAIRS Sturdily built mapla with colorful covering in chintz. Consul Th tVrSV She leaves a daughter, Mrs.

Roy Kelly, Greece; a son, Karl DuColon, Morton; one brother, Fred Goodell, Rochester; five grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. SECRETARIES Fine walnut veneers, rubbed te a satiny lustre with each detail faithfully carried out. A ift the will give years of plaaturel Services will be held at 2:30 p. m. IRISHMAN tomorrow In her home, 336 Lake Hilton, with the Rev.

Vincent so Beforo 32 Lloyd of Hilton Baptist Church The Perfect Gift For Every A KNEEHOLE DESK officiating. Burial will be In Parma Union Cemetery. YOU SELL SSJlaaBaaJaSs, And at North Side you're sure to find Just the style you're looking for. Every one is a real valuel YOUR CAES DOYLE'S Main Motors 593 Culver Rd. Phone CUL.

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forfeited bail of $5 each later in the day when they failed to appear in City Court to answer charges of public Intoxication. They were Myron N. T'nger of Spencerport and Delmar Hysn of 32 Sheldon St. Police said Unger's car crashed the rear fHaysen's car, which in turn struck a parked car owned by Bernard Slack of 4S Rosalind St. Marriage Licenses John S.

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