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Dralha Amu, Wflllan G. Williom ft. Amon, ao St Vor, of Ml Ridge Rd. E. suddenly wednesdov, Aug. 2S, 165. Surviving art hit wife. Helen O'Connor Amon; hit brother, Joseph S. Amon; hit sitter, Mr. Richard Deloret Pike; alto severol nlecet and nephews. Funeral orronoements to bt on. nounctd later by tne August M. Maitr Funeral Horn. Bell, Samuel Winslow August 23, 1965, Samuel Wlntlew Bell of 31 Midland Ave., Rochester 20, N.Y., at Ptattsburgh, N Y., beloved husband of Mary Sweet Bell; father of Roger Bell and Mrs. Marlon C. Ravburn Jr.; grandfather of John A. Ravburn, all of Rochester, and brother of H. Hough-ston Bell of Brooklyn. Friends may artend a service Thursday of 2 p.m. at St. Thomas Episcopal Church, Wlnton Rd. at Highland Ave. The family will be at home Wednesday evening from 7 p.m. Interment, White Haven Memorial Park. Bogart, Gordon C. Gordon C. Booart, aged 35, entered Into rest Tuesday, Aug. 25, 1V65 at his home In Beverly, Mass. Survived by his wife, Mary Jane; two daughters, Lynda and Mischelle; one son, Gordon Lloyd his parents, Gordon and Emma Booart two brothers, Guy of California and Floyd of Farmlngton; one sister, Mrs. Robert (Alice) Buck of Moccdon. Friends may coll at the funeral Home of McGuire and Hargrove, 123 E. Jackson St., Palmyra, where service will be held Saturday at 2 p.m. Full military rights. Interment, St. Ann's Cemetery, Palmyra. Brewer, Alta Wednesday, Aug. 25, 1965, Alta Brewer of II Beach Terrace. Survived by two daughters, Mrt. H. Groden Hodges of Miami, Florida and Mrs. Franclt Lovst (nee Martha Lyon) of Rochester; her sitter, Mrs. Glenie Llddv of Elmlra; her brother, Raymond Gilkey of Elmlra; two grandsons, Scott Lyon of Virginia Beach and David Lvon of Victor; six great-grandchildren; several nieces and nephews. Friends may coll at the Robert J Pooie Funeral Home, Inc., 1305 Dewey Ave. at Magee Ave., Thursday only, 2-4 ond 7-9. Funeral service Friday afternoon at 1:30. The Reverond Georae M. Davis, officiating. Inter ment, White Haven Memorial Park Cemetery. Butman, Clarence Butmon. aoed 55, of 14 Sher. wood Avenue, Webster, N.Y., on Tuesday Aug. 24, 1965. He leaves hit wife, Grace Savage Butman; one ton, Richard C.l a titter, Mrt. Verna Patterson of Lebanon, N.H. Friends may call at the Tlnklepaugh and Scott Funeral Home, 12 South Ave., Webster, N.Y., from 2-4 and 7-9 Wednesday ond Thursday. A memorial service will be held by the Webster Masonic Lodge No. 53 at I p.m. Thursday. Funeral service will be held Friday at 2 pm. In the Webster Presbyterian Church, the Rev. Dr. Otto Nalllnger, state secretary of the Vermont Baptist Convention, officiating. Interment White Haven Cemetery. Those wishing may contribute to the World Inside Shut-In Club Memorial Fund In care of Grace Butman. Cappellino, Joseph Joseph Cappelllno of 58 Niagara St., Tuesday, Aug. 24, 1965. He Is survived by two daughters, Mrt. Don (Mary) Ferro, Mrt. Charles (Ida) Moruso; three sons. Rust Capell, James ond Samuel Cappelllno; twelve grandchildren; nineteen great-grandchildren; urnl nlra and neohewt. The family request! friends to coll between the hours of 2-5 and 7-10 p.m. at the Nanna Funeral Home Inc., 650 Main St. E. Services Saturday morning 1:30 ond 9 o'clock at the Church of the Annunciation. Interment, Holy Sepulchre Cemetery. Chapman, Frank P. Frank P. Chapman of 240 County Line Rd., N, Ontario, N.Y. He Is turvived by his daughter, Mrs. Lawrence (Florence) Murray of Ontario; two grandchildren, one great-grandchild; also several nieces and nephews. Friends are Invited to call ot the Smith ond Lotze Funeral Chapel, 10 Lapham Pk Webster, Wednesday 7-9, Thursday 2-5, 7-9 where service will be held Friday at 2:30. Interment, Webster Union Cemetery, Rev. Harry Lee officiating. Those wishing mav make contributions to the Community Methodist Church Building Fund, Union Hill, N.Y. Christman, Albert Suddenly Wednesday, Aug. 25, 1965, Albert Christmon, aged 70 years, of 168 Dearcop Dr., Gates. He is survived bv two sisters, Miss Margaret Christ-man and Mrs. Lawrence (Anna) Hober. ger; two brothers, William and Jacob Christman; one stepson, Lawrence Martin, all of Rochester; several nieces and nephews. He was a member of Holy Family Church, veteran of World War I and o member of Bricklayers and Masons Local Union No. 11. Friends may call Thursday and Friday 2-5 and 7-9 p.m. ot the funeral home of Harold F. Wood, 1530 Buffalo Rd. (near Howard Rd.). Prayer services Saturday morning at 8:15 from the funeral home and 9 a.m. at Holy Family Church. Interment, Holy Ghost Cemetery. Masses may be offered for the repose of his soul. Devlin, Henry J. Henry J. Devlin of 157 Richard St., suddenly, Aug. 23, 1965. He It turvived by his wife, Gladys; hit daughter, Mrt. John (Naomi) Alger; his sons, James B. of Pennsylvania ond Kenneth F of Mocedon; hit listen, Mrt. Walter (Mary) Courtney, Mrt. Ronald (Margaret) Properii both of East Rochester ond Mrt. Alfred (Elizabeth) Weldely of Penfield; eleven grandcnnareni several nieces ond nephewt. Friends ore Invited to call at the Nulton Funeral Home, 1704 Penfield Rd., 2-5 ond 7-9 p.m., where services will be held Friday morning at 11 o'clock. Rev. Robert Burch officiating. Interment Oakwood Cemetery. DiPrlma, Michele Mlehele DlPrtmo, oged 77 years, of 616 Tarrlngton Road. Survived bv four daughters, Mrs. Joseph (Mary) Nalore, Mrs. Louis (Amelia) Mogavero, Mrs. Angelo (Margaret) Momano, Mrs. Louis (Edith) Pollrzl; nme , grandchildren; two great-grandchildren; several nieces ond nephews. . Friends may coll at the Falvo Funeral Home, Inc., 1395 Goodman Street N., from 2-5 ond 7-10 pm.. Funeral services Saturday morning, 10:30 ond 11 at St. Jomes Church. Interment, Holy Sepulchre Cemetery. CASS FUNERAL HOME Wm. Pomeroy Con Win. P. 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Funeral services will be held in the Funeral Home, Thursday morn ing, August 26, 1965, at 1:30 a.m., and 9 o clock In Blessed Sacroment Church. Interment in Holy Sepulchre Cemetery. DuPont, Louis Louis DuPont of 131 E. Chestnut St.. E. Rochester, on Aug. 24, 1965. He it turvived bv four sons, Leonard, Richard, Everett and Louit Jr., hit Parents Mr. and Mrs. Edgar DuPont; three brothert, Everett, Robert and Jamet DuPont; three sisters, Mrs. Charles (Rita) Flnoccharlo, Mrs. Frank (Betty) Verni, Mrs. Guy (Gladys) Mcintosh; his maternal grandmother, Mrs. Belinda LaSalle; several aunts and uncles, nieces and nephewt. Friends art invited to call at the Macaluto Funeral Home, 209, West Ave., E. Rochester from 2-5 ond 7-9. Funeral services, Saturday at 1:30 from the funeral home ond 9 a.m. from St. Je rome's Church. Interment, St. Mary's Cemetery, Falrport, N.Y. Holtz. Moe M. Wednesday, Aug. 25, 1965, Moe M. Holtt of 156 Burlev Rd. He Is survived by his wife, Mary Clurca Holtz; his tlster. Mrs. Frank Gumberts; his nephew, Louis Holtz. Funeral service will be held Friday morning at 11:00 o'clock (there It no prior calling) at Hedges Memorial Chapel, Inc., 770 East Main St. at Alexander. Interment, Mt. Hope Ceme tery. The courtesy of no flowers will be appreciated. Jackson, Robert Robert Jackson, 447 Sclo St., entered Into rest suddenly Aug. 24, 1965. Sur vived by a friend, Raymond Hunter. Friends mav call at the Daniel B Jacaue Funeral Home, 54 Clifton St. Thursday 7 9 p.m. where a funeral service will be held Friday at 10 a.m. Burial In Mt. Hope Cemetery. Lone, Magdalene J. In San Clemente, Calif.. Tuesday, Aug. 24, Magdalene J. Lone, formerly of Rochester, N.Y. She Is turvived by one daughter, Wanda M. Manfredl ond four orandchl dren. Mrs. Diane castono, Barbara, Lance and Albert Manfredl; one great-grandson, Joseph Costano She was a member of the Gold Star Mother's ond the Air Force Mother's Club of Rochester. Funeral services will be held Friday In California. Macartney, Rose A. Tuesday, Aug. 24, 1965, Rose A. Macartney of 114 Hazlewood Ter. She is turvived by her husband, Joseph A. Macartney; her brother, Albert Sage; several nieces ond nephews. Friends mav call at Hedges Memorial Chapel, Inc., 770 E. Main St. at Alexander, where a funeral service will b held Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Interment, Rivrsldt Cemetry. Marsh, Anna Wednesday, Aug. 25, 1965, Anna Marsn, aged 94 years, of 1622 Ridge Road East. Survived by two daughters, Mrs. Max (Mildred) Krause, Mrs. William (Edna) DuBolt of San Dleoo, Calif.; four tont, Raymond, Clyde, Harry and Embert Marsh; one litter, Mrt. William Frldley; two brothers, Peter ond Horry Verwey; twelve grandchildren, twenty-two great-grond-children. Lifelong member of the Iron-deauoit Presbyterian Church. Friends may call ot the Burns Hanna Funeral Home, 1795 Ridge Road East, between Goodman and Culver Road, 2-5 and 7-9 p.m. Service Friday after-noon 2 o'clock at the Irondequolt Presbyterian Church. Interment, Irondequolt Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to the Memorial Fund of the Irondequolt Presbyterian Church. Murray, Robert K. Robert K. Murray of 339 Lvell Ave. on August 25, 1965. He is survived by his wife, Anna Lila Murroy; two daughters, Mrs. Peter (Helen) Paduch, Mrs. Warren (Dorothy) Granath; three sons, Harold G. Douglas, Jr. and Thomas W-Murrav; eighteen grandchildren; three great grandchildren; several nieces ond nephews. The family reauesfs friends to call between the hours of 2-4 ond 7-9 at the Alaimo Funeral Home, 601 Jay St. Funeral services Saturday morning at o time to be announced. Palmer, George W. Aufl. 24, ms. George W. Palmer of 33 Flower Cltv Pork. Survivlno ore severol nieces and nephews all of Rochester, N.Y Friends mav eoll 2-5 ond 7- p.m. at the Charles L. Younolove Funeral Home, Inc., 1511 Dewey Ave. Services Saturday morning at 8:45 and 9:15 o'clock at Sacred Heart Cathedral . Interment, Hour Selchfe Cemetery Peer, George S. Suddenly, Aug. 23, 1965, George S. Peer of 265 Tremont St. Surviving are one daughter, Mrs. Jomes (Helen) Brown,- two torn, George S. Peer Jr. of California and Williom E. Peer; four stepchildren, Mrs. Marie VanWle, Cato, N.Y.; Mrs. Raymond (Irene) MacDuffle, Waterloo, N.Y.) Llnford Smith, Cato, N.Y., and Carl Smith, Port Byron, N.Y.; fourteen grandchil dren and twenty great-grandchildren; also several nieces ond nephews. Friends may coll Tuesday 7-9 p.m., Wednesday 2-5, 7-9 p.m. at the Charles L. Younglove Funeral Home Inc., 1511 Dewey Ave. Service Thursday at 2:00 p.m. Interment Mt. Hope Cemetery. Friends wishing may contribute to the Heart Fund. Pelton, Mrs. Lorraine F. Tuesday, Aug. 24, 1965, at the Clifton Springs Sanatorium, Mrs. Lorraine F. Pelton of Mocedon. She is survived by her husband, Arthur; one daughter, Mrs. Patricia Cornell, Palmvro; two sisters, Mrs. Eunice Snow, Rochester, Mrs. Isabel le Pelton, Mocedon; one granddaughter, also several nieces and neohews. Friends may coll at the Payne Funeral Home, Macedon, from 2-4 ond 7-9. Funeral services Thursday, Aug. 26, at I p.m. Interment at the convenience of the family. Prince, Isabelle Entered Into rest, Wednesday, Aug. 25, 1965, Kabelle Prince of 119 Seymour Rd. She Is survived by one son, Elmer of Spencerport; one doughter, Mrs, William (Betty) Norway; two brothers, George Johnston of Rochester and Ed ward Johnston of East Smlthfleid, Pa.; eight grandchildren; two great-grandchildren; several nieces and nephews. She was a member of the Ladles' Aux-liary of Emmanuel Evangelical Covenant Church. Friends may call from J-5 and 7-9 p.m. at the Paul W. Harris Funeral Home, 954 Clifford Ave. Funeral services Saturday at 1:00 p.m. at the Em-manual Evongellcal Covenant Church 319 Browncroft Blvd. Interment, Fairfield Cemetery, Spencerport, N.Y. Ragonese, Santa Tuesday, Aug. 24, 1965, Sunta Ragonese of 400 Culver Pkwv. She is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Michael S. (Angelina) Lupo, Miss Carmeia Ragonese, and one son, Frank S. Ragonese, all of Rochester; two sisters, Mrs. Carmelo Nicotra of Italy and Mrs. Carmen (Jennie) Cannaos of California; also four grandchildren and several nieces and neohews. Friends mav coll from 2-5 ond 7-10 ot the John M. Hedges Funeral Home, corner of Cutver Rd. ond Empire Biva. Solemn Requiem Mass will be said Sot urdav morning ot 9 a.m. In SI. James' Church. Interment In Holy Sepulchre Cemetery. Randall, Edward J. Suddenly, Monday, Aug. 23, 1965, Ed, ward J. Randall of 241 Alexander St. He Is turvived by his sister, Mrs. John R (Morv) DeRoller. Friends mav coll ot Hedges Memor ial Chapel, Inc., 770 East Main St. ot Alexander. Solemn Reaulem Mass will k. ..IJwl ThtiMiu mm,h1m Mt. in I o'clock In Old St. Mary's Church. In terment, Holy Sepulchre Cemetery, Randall, Virginia M. Suddenly, Monday, Aug. 23, 1965, Vir ginia M. Randall of 241 Alexander St She Is survived by her sister, Mrs. Emmett (Flora) Burke, Wolcotf, N.Y.) her brother, William Moron, California several nieces end nephew. Friends may call at Hedges Memor ial Chapel, Inc., 770 East Main St. at Alexander. Solmn Reauiem Mass will be celebrated Thursday morning ot 10 o'clock In Old St. Mary's Church, nl torment, Holy Sepulchre Cemetery. Rocky to Dedicate College Hall Gov. Nelson A. Rockefeller will formally dedicate St. Basil Hall at St. John Fisher p.m. The new $1,440,000 classroom and faculty office build ing is the first on a Catholic college campus in - western New York to be financed by the State Dormitory Author ity. Robert B. Wegman, presi dent of Wegman Food Mar kets, Inc., and chairman of the St. John Fisher Board of Regents, will preside at the dedication ceremonies. Very Rev. Charles J. Lavery, C.S.B., president of the col lege, will give the welcoming address. Gov. Rockefeller will be introduced by Carl Hal-lauer, chairman of the board of directors of Bausch & Lomb, Inc. Ground was broken for the 1 MoeM.Holtz,87, Jailor, Dies Moe M. Holtz, 87, long-time (Aug. 25, 1965) at his home, illness. Mr. Holtz, born in Rochester, worked here with his family's firm, the Louis Holtz Men's Clothing Factory, until setting up his own business as a custom men's clothier in New York City in 1915. He was forced to close the shop during World War I owing to a lack of materials, and moved to Chicago where he spent a decade as a men's clothing designer. Planners Okay Zoning For Motel A proposal to rezone a strip of land along Elmwood Avenue for expansion of the Towne House Motor Inn, 1325 Mt. Hope Ave., was approved yesterday by the City Planning Commission. Owned by the University of Rochester and leased by the motel corporation under a SOVz-year agreement, the additional land would be used for construction of a swimming pool and two-story, 33-unit addition to the motel. The basement of the addition will house a university data-processing computer unit. Attorney Frank Goodwin, appearing for the U. of R., said the 240-foot strip of land, which extends to 500 feet in I depth, would revert to the the lease expires. Deaths Redmond, Minnie Minnie Redmond, formerly of coronne St. on Aug. 22, 1965. She Is survived by one daughter, Mrs. Alice Scholer. mnnn s Wvandotte, Michigan. Friends may call ot N. J. Miller's Son Funeral Home 1625 Mt. Hope Aye , 1-5. 7-9. where services will be held Thursday mornlno ot 11 o'clock. Inter ment, White Hoven. Sage, Lillian E. Tuesday. Aua. 24. lyro, union c. 3jv widow of John R. Sooe, of 1794 Lvell Ave. She Is survived by her son, Raymond J. Sage; her mother, Mrs. Ismy Cuthbertson; three brothers, Thomas, John of Colorado and James Cuthberl ion of California and two sisters, Mrs. Caesar (Ismy) Grolemond of California and Mrs. Elmer (Mary) Duerr; three grandchildren; several nieces ond neph ews. She was o memoer of tne women of the Moose, 24th Ward Women's Dem ocratic Club, Seton Branch of St. Mary's Hospital and the USO. Friends mav call from 2-5. 7-9 ot the Funeral Home of Norbert E. Voy, 404 Moole St. (corner Calvin), where services will be conducted Friday at 1:30 and 9 o'clock from Holy Apostles' Church. Interment Holy Sepulchre Cemetery. Voelkl, John M. Tuesday, Aug. 24, 1965, John M. voelkl of 64 Afton St. Survived by five aouan-ters, Mrs. Fred Hosley of Couders port, Pa., Mrs. Edwin Groth, Mrs. Joseph Weiss, Mrs. Stuart Andrews ond Mrs. Charles Ewanow all of Rochester; three sons, Andrew J Walter G. ond John B., all of Rochester; two sisters, Anna Hosle and Barbara Voelkl, both of Germany; seven grandchildren, nine great-grandchildren, severol nieces ond nephews. Friends may call offer 7 Wednesday evening, Thursday and Friday 2-4, 7-9 ot the Robert J. Poole Funeral Home, Inc., 1305 Dewey Ave. at Magee Ave. Funeral services Saturday morning at t:30 and 9 o'clock at Holy Cross Church. Interment, Holy Sepulchre Cemetery. Wizeman, Arthur F. Arthur F. Wizeman of 621 Highland Ave. Aug. 25, 1965. He Is survived by four sisters, Mrs. Roloh (Anna) Wark of Rochester, Miss Frelda Wiiemon, Mrs. Paul (Lillian) Even ond Miss Josephine Wizeman of Phoenix, Arizona; three brothers, Edward Wizeman of Rochester ond Paul and Louis Wizeman of Palmyra, N.Y.) several - nieces and nephews. Friends mav call at N. J. Miller's Son Funeral Home, 1625 Mt. Hope Ave., Thursday ond Friday 3-5, 7-9. Funeral from St. Anne's Church Saturday morning at o'clock. Burial In Holy Sepulchre Cemetery. Wolfe, Mrs. E. (Jeanne) Mrs. Edwin C. Wolfe of 240 Merehonts Rd., Tuesday, Aua. 24. 1965. She Is survived by her mother, Mrs. Frank Flynn; her daughter, Mrs. Robert Saldino; two sisters, Mrs. Margaret Fou-auet ond Mrs. Spencer (Elizabeth) Brady; three grandchildren; also several nieces and nephews. Friends may coll Thursday and Friday 2-5 and 7-9 p.m. at the McLaughlin Funeral Home, 171 Culver Rd. Prayers Saturday morning ot t:30 followed by Reaulem Mass ot o'clock at St. John the Evangelist Church. Burial, Holy Seoulchre Cemetery. In lieu Of of flow ers, friends wishing may contribute to the Cancer Fund. College next Wednesday at 3 three-storied structure Nov. 4, 1963. Although a seven- week strike by structural steel workers in the spring of 1964 delayed the construction schedule, classrooms in the building were put into use last September and faculty offices occupied in December. The fully air-conditioned education center contains 20 classrooms with combined capacity for 800 students, a 279 s e a t auditorium, 22 faculty offices, bookstore, stu dent and faculty lounges, reception office,, placement and alumni offices and a student government office. The build ing is 436' high, 220' long, 125' broad, and includes 50,' 225 square feet of floor space tailor here, died yesterday 158 Burley St., after a long He returned to the family business here in 1929, and in 1934 founded his own firm, the Ladies Custom Tailoring Co., with his wife, Mary Ciur ca Holtz. Mr. Holtz retired in 1953. His widow continues to oper ate the business, now Corry's Ladies Apparel Shop. Besides his widow, he leaves a sister, Mrs. Franc Gumberts, and a nephew Lou Holtz. Addition A unique feature of the addition's construction would be a wall within the building which would allow tearing down a portion of the addition on the property lines. Construction of the addi tion requires a change in zoning of the parcel, from R-3 multiple dwelling uses to B-2, community business uses. City Council, now must rule on the zoning changes. County May Use Long-Distance Xerography The county is considering the use of long - distance xerography LDX to achieve economies in its rec ord-storage, County Manager Gordon A. Howe said yester day. He has directed J. Barry Jesmer, county budget di rector, to determine if LDX could save the county money Both men have met with of ficials of the Xerox Corp., who explained operation of the new equipment, which can transmit copies thousands of miles. "The equipment is so new we cannot say at once whetiv er it would permit us to make economies or not but we want to investigate the possi bilities," Howe said. Jesmer is looking into the possibility of moving county records from their high-cost, downtown space to warehouses outside the city, trans- mitting copies of records by LDX to the county building. In Menoram Bater, Lewis A birthday remembrance Aua. 26, thought! tor my husbond, Lewis Bater, who woi taken from his home on earth, with Jesus Chrltt to dwell. Calm ond peaceful he It deeping. Sweetest rest that follows pain. I who loved him, sadly miss him, but trust In God we meet again. The flowers I place upon Mt grave may wither and decay, but the love for him, who sleeps beneath, shall never fade away. Lovingly remembered by wife Clara Chester, Lee W. In loving memory of our husband and father, Lee W. Chester. I cannot think and I will not say That he Is dead; he It lust away. He Is now a part of that glorified band That Is traveling thru that heavenly land. Think of him resting there, to dear In the love of Christ as he loved Him here. Think of him In the tame sld way) He Is not dead, he Is lust away. Sadly misted by Bessie end daughter Barbara, Bill and Grandchildren Gallo, James In loving memory of our dear husband and father who departed this life Aug. 71, 1M2. We never thought when we awoke that morn The sorrow the day would bring. The blow was sudden, the shock severe To port with one we loved so dear. God gave us strength to bear It, The courage to fight the blow. But what It meant to lose you, dear, No one will ever know. No one knows how much we miss you. No one knows the bitter pain We have suffered since you left us. Life will never be the same. Sadly missed by Wife end Children. Lumber Firm Seeks Permit To Build Shed Ridge Lumber Co., Inc., which faces criminal and civil court actions because it con structed a storage shed without a city permit, has applied for a permit. Ridge Lumber, through at torney Adam DiGennaro, will go before the City Zoning Board of Appeals on Sept. 9 .v, " i Fn.io- f .... A. 1 i 1 ' .. I aiuu iu Luiuuieie aim maima n ,n n.t,; an open-frame shed to store lumber at 150 Ridge Road E. in an industrial-zoned area. At the request of the city's Corporation Counsel, the State Supreme Court issued j an order July 7 temporarily stopping Ridge Lumber from completing construction of the shed in the Ridge -Ver- saille Roads vicinity. A week before, the city went into City Court charging the firm with violating the city's property code by the construction without a permit. Both cases are pend ing. Residents of the area have complained of noise from nighttime unloading of lum ber from railroad cars and the shifting of freight cars, More Funds For Summer Unanimous consent will be requested at Thursday's ad journed session of the City Council for a $190,350 supplemental summer street resurfacing program. The supplemental program will be in addition to the record 20.2 miles already approved for summer resurfacing this year. All streets on the supplemental program will receive a l-inch asphalt topoina which will consist of three- quarters of an inch of asphalt binder and three-quarters of an inch of top-stone as a filled sheet. The streets proposed and estimated costs are: Wilkins Street from Joseph to Hudson avenues at $8,730. Wilkins Street, north to Carter Street, $3,540. Galusha Street. Lowell to Harding Streets, $4,400. Clinton Avenue. N.Y.C.- R.R. to Buchan Park, $15,200. Lyell Avenue, Lake to Dewey avenue, $18,430. w a big variety of Cook Out meats . . . take advantaae of our sale and the H all this week and next . . . Enjoy a reai Daroecue. No M.r. Aftir Till. Sllal WILSON t CO. Mill Cut Raady To I LONG ISLAND Limit 3 to A Cuttomar U.S.D.A. SradttJ Steer Lean Tender BEEF RIB STEAKS U.S.D.A. Graded Steer, Lean ROUND U.S.D.A. Graded Steer, Lean SIRLOIN 1 STEAKS U.S.D.A. Graded Steer, Lean H CLUB STYLE 1 T-B0NE STEAKS WE CID IT AND AT THE WUOI C FULL-RH TTnWLL HALF Armour's Star Top Brand 5 to 6 Lbs. each 1 WHOLE SMOKED 1 PICNICS ARMOUR'S STAR-TOP BRAND I Whole - Full - Shank - 1 COOKED HAMS Shotgun Car Youih Put on Probation Emmett L. Peters, 18. of 306 Union St. N., who was driving a car from which a companion allegedly fired at another car, wounding two of its occupants, was placed on three years' probation as a youthful offender yesterday in County Court. The shot was said to have ripped through the other car's rear door. Judge Harry L. Rosenthal suspended an Elmira Recep' - rto ........ nlonorl I , - , ' , Peters on an 11 p.m. curfew . 1 1 VVLllVl OklilVUVl,. flBVVU ! . and ordered him to pay any damages involved in the incident. The grand jury on July 30 indicted Peters with two others on charges of second degree assault out recommended Peters be investigated to determine his eligibility for youthful offender handling without criminal stigma. The other two, Houston E. Wright, 21, of 139 Woodbury St., who is alleged to have fired the shotgun, and Wallace R. Smith, 22, of 14 Philander St., who are beyond the ages for youthful offender treatment, are awaiting trial. The shooting occurred in Maenolia Street the aftemnnn of July 7. Peters, drivins his Sought Paving -Seth Green Drive, Memo- rial Bridse Circle tn St PailCenter of Rochester, 460 Mon Street, $7,870. rphacn street Poiiano! to Rau Street, $1,850, Randolph Street, Goodman to Midland Avenue, $2,670. Lill Street, Trayer Street to Clifford Avenue. $2,350. Silver St., Brown Street to 70 ft. east of Saxton, $2,770. Garson Ave., Webster Avenue to Culver Road, $19,690. Pershing Drive, Bay to Rocket Streets, $4,030. Hazelwood Terrace, Ber- wyn to Culver Road, $8,660. Goodman Street North, oarson Avenue to Bay Street, $15,470. Salisbury Street, Clifford Avenue to Bay Street. $6,710. Dewey Ave., Glenthorne Road to City Line, $23,200. Augustine, Dewey Ave- nue to N.Y.C.R.R., $9,150. Orchard Street, Maple Street to Lyell Avenue, $12,340. Lake Avenue, Stonewood Road to Penrose, $16,990. Kingsley Road, Lake Aenue to Chesterfield. $3,270. Freemont Road, Lake Avenue to Chesterfield, $3,030. Total $190,350. SKIP SAYS: ONE MORE WEEK AND IT S ALL OVER! Summer vacation and the Labor Day Holiday will be here next weekend. We have time . . . IAT OUT RIGHT TIME TOO! NO LIMIT! (NO CHARGE FOR . S CUTTING INTO CHOPS) SUGAR CURED Ready To lot Half IUJjlb brother's car, was looking for youths in another car who had hurled a rock at the Peters' car, breaking its rear window. Other cases before Judge T- 1L -1. KOSeninai- Andrew Spann. 18, of 141 Sel-ivears a watchman for the linger St., alleged lookout iniNew York Central Railroad the $107 robbery April cohere, died Tuesday (Aug. 24, Frank Castronova. 67, in his grocery store at 437 Scio St., was sentenced to an indeter minate term of up to five years minaie leilll Ul w ii.c in a siaie correctional uiaiuu- .. Ua ,5 rnmmWpA tn the , , 1 I I IV II. llv TIUJ wwaenei v- . State Reception Center at E1-! a mira on his plea of guilty to a reduced charge of second de-j gree grand larceny. A 16-year-; old co-defendant, Alexander Tribue, formerly of Jefferson Terrace, who allegedly threat ened the grocer with a knife and knocked him down, was given a 2-to-5-year term in a : 1 :,-,n 1 n rf T 27 for forgery of an $86 check. ! Otis Thomas, 35, of 91 Cath arine St., who pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor charge of unlawful entry, reduced from attempted third degree burglary, was sentenced to six months in the County Penitentiary. He was accused of trying to break into Rabin's Clothing Center, 282 Joseph Ave., May 29. John L. Battles, 38, of Eastjtf": """ m ir 5 Aurora, formerly of Indepen Rochester; seven grandchi -; dence Street, was brought be-dren; nne great-grandchil-; fore Judee Rosenthal to answer! dren, and two sisters in Ger-- two indictments charging sec ond degree grand larceny, handed up sealed last Oct. 30. His arraignment was postponed to tomorrow, to enable him to get a lawyer. One indictment alleges Battles on May 2, 1964, appropriated $180 from Kirby roe Ave., wnue empioyeo. Dy that firm as a salesman and that while employed as a salesman by Rochester Colonial Manufac turing Co. at 145 College Ave., he appropriated $150 June 26, 1964. lha this handy form to ordsr Th Times-Union""" Subscriber Service The Times-Union 55 Exchange Street Rochester, N.Y., 14614 We would like to have The Times-Union delivered to our home regularly, every weelcway We prefer to pay the delivery boy each week We prefer to be mailed an invoice and pay in advance every 6 months Name . . Address or phone Illlllilllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll 3 STORES TO SERVE YOU 425 W. Main A 640 Ridg A 2062 Chill St. Rd. West Ave. Across From In Wistridq I In Wostgita 1 CiujI Si, BAM.CUE SPECIAL, the Real SPARE ROBS Your Choice This Week All TEXAS or WHITE D-QOTS FRESH CUT SHOULDER LAMB CHOPS All Ready To Cook BREADED BONELESS VEAL CUTLET STEAKS ALL READY TO COOK TO 7 LBS. UCH PERFECT SIZE PICNIC STYLE CANNED IK1AEU3S TOP BRAND 1 1 Lbs. EACH-THE CANNED IKIAEUDS 'yjr??! "7) err i viBM)5i'bi Democrat and ChronlcTa ' Rochester, N.Y.. pl Thurs., Aug. 26. '65 John Voelkl Dies at 92, Ex-Watchman John Voelkl, 92. for 22 1965) while visiting a daugh ter in Coudersport, Pa. He was scheduled to re- . m, f11A, - - . , ing a two-month visit while . 1 1 I ll iiri r IVJlilUl I U luiiun room for his use was added r.o ine nouse vi auvukc daughter, Mrs. Teresa Groth, 64 Afton St. A native of Remhardsrieth, Germany, Mr. Voelkl came . here in 1898. He worked until 1923 as a wagon driver for, local bakeries and as a watchman for the New York. cu"" UI"-11 "ia in 194o. He attended Holy Cross Church.. Besides Mrs. Groth, hev, leaves four other daughters,' Mrs. Mary Hosley of Couders-" port, Pa.; Mrs. Anna Weiss,' Mrs. Catherine Andrews, and! Mrs. Celia Ewanow, all of' i Rochester; three sons, And- l.A.t, Wnltrt. ivA TrtViw fill nf many. Polio Kills Father In Down East Area ALBANY (UPD A father of five children died Tuesday night in Albany Medical Center Hospital, the second! area victim of polio within 2la years. William Brown, 29, of North Adams, Mass., sue-ci'mbed nine days after he was admitted. 3 232-7100 Shopping Center Frethl THE BEST si)' S LBS. EACH BEST niBs. 710 ci EACH J rjyib IlillllllllllllUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUIUIIIIlI

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