Democrat and Chronicle from Rochester, New York on December 31, 1966 · Page 39
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J 8mm Anterltaao, Felice Entered Into rest Dec. W, 1964. Felice Anteritano of 234 Pennsvlvonia Ave Survived bv his wife Thereso; two brothers, Michoel and Rocco. also twe hrnther nnrl nne ttr in Itniv: eral nieces and neohews. Frlenese may coil 2-4 and 7- (no calling hours Ne Year's Dav or evening) at the Folvo Funeral Home Inc.. 1345 North Goodman St. Funeral service Tnerinv mornino nnri o St. Francis Xovier Church. Interment, Holy Seoulcher Cemetery. Bastianson Sr., Frank J. Wednesdov, Dec. 28. 1964, Fronk J Bastlonson Sr. of 13S Walnut Park Survived by his wite. Mrs. Johanna Bastianson; one son. Frank J. Basiian son Jr.; one daughter, Margaret Bastianson; o daughter-in-low, Bcttv Bos-lianscn; three grandchildren; several nieces and nephews. Friends may coll Thursday evening otter 7 o'clock ot the Burns-Honno Funeral Home. 1795 Ridse Rd. E., between Goodman and Culver Rood. Friday from 2S and 79 P.m. The services Saturdoy morning at 11 o'clock. Interment at the convenience ot the family. In lieu of flowers, contributions nay be mode to the Memorial Fund ot the Irondequoit Presbyterian Church. Beynon, Lee, James Jr., D.D. Lee James Bevnon Jr., D.D . Dec. 29, 1966 ot 365 Kimberlev Dr. He is survived by his wite. fcioise Bevnon. two daughters, Bronwvn ond Barbara Ann Beynon: his oorents The Rev. and Mrs. Lee J. Bevnon Sr., ot Tonawanda, N.Y.; one sister, Mrs. Sheldon Conrod of Warren, Pa.; one brother, Charles Calvin Beynon ot Kenmore, N.Y. Friends art Invited to attend a serv- Ice in the choDel ot Colgate Roch-- ester Divinity School Tuesday afternoon ot 4 o'clock. No orior coiling hours. The family reauests the courtesy of no flowers. Friends wishing may contribute to the Memorlol Fund of First Baptist Church. Arrangements by Cor-bett Funeral Home, Inc., 109 West Ave. Booth, Laura M. Dec. 59, 1966. Louro M. Booth of 551 Jefferson Ave. Survived bv her husband, Harvey R.; one brother, W infield Maidment, Batavia; several niece end neohews. No calling Sunday. New eors Dav. Friends may call Saturday, Monday. 3-5 and 7 9 c m. at the tuneroi home of J. Boyd Winchell & Son, 596 Genesee St., where funeral service will be conducted Tuesday ot 10 a.m. Interment at the convenience of the family. Bugea, Salvatore Salvatore Bugea of 54 Orange St. on December 29, 1966. He is survived by his wite, Conceiting (Lionte) Bugea; one son. Carmen O. Bugea; one sister, Mr Cnncettn Velio; one brother, Ono- frio Buoea; also several nieces and The family reauesf friends to call between the hours of 2 5 and 7-9 at Alaimo Funeral Home, 601 Jav M. i-u Mmi cruirc Tiutcrinv mornino f o clock from the Funeral Home and 8:45 at St. Fronds of Assisi Church. Inter ment, Holy Sepulchre Cemetery. Casev, Patrick T. Thursday, Dec 29, 1964, Patrick T. Casev of 170 Albemarle St., formerly of 30' j Glasgow St. Survived bv his son. Francis P. Casev; his sister. Sister St Clair S.S.J., of St. Francis DeSaies of Geneva; four grandchildren; three great-grandchildren; several cousins. He wos a member of Amalgamated Transit Union No. 282. Friends mov coll otter 7 Thursday ond Fridov 2-4 ond 7-9 of the Robert J Poole Funeral Home Inc., 1305 Dewev Ave. at Magee Avenue. Funeral services Saturday morning ot 8:45 ond IS at Sacred Heart Cathedral. Inter-me"t. Holy Seoulchre Cemetery. Friends wishing may have mosses offered for the repose of his soul. Daly, Laurel (Herbert) Entered into rest suddenly, Wednesday Dec 28, 1964, Laurel (Herbert) Daly, oged 39 vears. of 639 Whittier Rd., Soencerport. She is survived by her husband. Alfred A. Daly; her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Herbert of Zephyr Hills. Florida; one brother, Girard W. Herbert of Rochester; several aunts, uncles, nieces and neohews. Friends may call ot Walker Bros. Co. Funerol Home, 15 West Ave., Spencer-r,nr Thurvlnv evening 7-9 p.m., Friday 2-5, 7-9 p.m. Services will be held Saturday at 11 a.m. Interment ot the convenience of the family. Duryea, May M. Friday, Dec. 30, 1966, May M. Durvea, widow ot William F. Durvea. ot the Lokeshore Nursing Home. She is survived by five nieces, including Mrs. nrnr Kohl of Rochester, ond o great- niece of Rochester, Mrs. John Delano. Friends ore inviwi in nnnn a ru-nernl service Tiiednv mornina at 11 o'clock in Hertaes Mmnr v Inc., 770 East Main St. at Alexander St. Interment, Riverside Cemetery. No prior calling hours. Ennocenti, Salvatore I r r..,,..,l aI on I nr.,tl Ct in December 30, 1964. He leaves six daugh- rers, Mrs. viury aireocr, mis. uniMuiiy (Fiunbethl Tontolo. Mrs. Anoelo ILO retta) Sulli, Mrs. Paul (Ann) Pellitterl, Mrs. Josephine Sigismondi and Mrs. John (Edith) Vito; four sons, Domlnick, Victor, Angelo ond Salvatore Jr.; twen-tv-seven grandchildren ond twenty-one one great-grandchildren. Friends may call at the Thurston Funeral Home Inc. 670 Thurston Road, from 2-4 and 7-10 P.m. Services Tuesday ot 8:15 o m. and 9:15 a.m. ot Holy Rcsarv Church. Interment, Holy Sepulchre Cemetery. Fazzina, Giuseppe (Joseph) Giuseoce (Joseoh) Fazzina, 5 Emmettl Sfeet, Dec. y. 1966. He leaves Snvio (iavo-rica) ; one son, Frank; two:,l" erstne's, Son and Santo of Italy; four granach'idren, one great-grandchild, sev-tnai eces, neohews. Co ing hours 2 5, 7-9. Funeral from -e Ai J. Gooeiio Funeral Home, 1270 Soon St., Tuesoay S:30 o.m, 9 a.m. St. B'csets Church. Interment, Holy Seo-u ch-e Cemetery. Hartv, Evelya Eve'vn Hortv of 127! Lehiah Station Rood Henrietta, N.Y., Fridov, Dec. 3C-. '66. She is survived bv five daughter; six sons; oie sister; also several grandchildren, nieces and neohews. A-rorgemenrs tci be announced bv Ccrx't Funeral Home, Inc. Higgs, Lloyd E. Li-vd E H gas c' 42 Hickory St , Rorh-e-.'e'. N.Y. formerly ol B'ockoort De ceoe- iO. 196. He is survived bv one dayOh'er, Mrs. Gerald Losch ot Ham-ii ond one son, Donald Hiogs ol Texas; to sale's. Mrs. Worv Goodpll of Ba tovia and Mrs. Mildred H'aos of Florida; four grandchildren, several nieces ond nephews Friends may coll ot Fowler Funeral Home Inc., 52 Stale St., BrockDort, Sot urday 3 5 and 7-9 t m Sunday 7-9 o m. oniv. Funeral service Monday, January 2 at 2 o.m. Interment, Lakeview Ceme tery, Brockport, N.Y. Keil, Grace N. Wednesday, December 28, 1966, Miss Grace N. Keil of 166 Rugby Ave. She Is survived by her sister, Mrs. Edna Keil Brovton ond her brother, Alvln R. Keil; several nieces and neohews. Funeral services will be held at St. Stephen's EDlscooal Church, 350 Chill Ave. Saturdoy mornlg at 11:00 o'clock Friends wishing mav contribu'c to the Memorial Fund of the church In her memory. Arrangements ot Hedges Memorial Chapel. Marr, Frank E. Suddenly on Thursday, Dec. ?9, f66. Frank E. Marr of 7992 East Henr.etta Rrl , Henrietta. He Is survived bv his wile, Viola Schrleber Marr; his sisters, Mrs. Norman (Marie) Marauart of Webster, Mrs. Sarah Clark of Henrietta; his brother, James Marr of Honeove Falls; leveral meres and neohews. Friends may coll at his home after 7:00 o.m. Friday. Services from Good Shepherd Churrh Monday 9 00 a m. Interment in St. Paul's Cemetery, Honeove Falls. Mayer, Johann (John) Entered Into rest suddenly Dec. 58, 1W, Johann (John) Mayer, ooed 39 years, of 109 Harwood Rd., Soenceroort. He Is survived by his wife, Vlroinia (Ginny) Harris Waver; four children, Steven, Lisa, Martin, and John Matthew; one brother, Norbert Mayer of Soencerport; : olso ounts. uncles; one niece ond two nephews. Mr. Mayer was a veteran ol the Koreon War. No orior collina hours. Friends are Invited to attend a memorial service at Walker Bros. Co. Funerol Home. 15 West Ave., Soencerport, Saturday at ? p.m., Rev. Gordon A. Gilbert off I- clotlno. Interment, Fairfield Cemetery Soencerport. Friends wishlno may contribute to the university of Roches, ter Scholarship Fund in his memory BLANKETS nd CEMETERY that will keep all Winter are now ready. Decorations of all kinds rr f Pf in . , H 58 Lake Ave. 232-2235i iVrt Parking en Premises VAJ Deaths McLaughlin, Gertrude Gertrude Mclaughlin, formerly of 403'i Chili Avenue, entered Into rest December 29, 1966. She is survived bv one neohew and one niece in Cleveland. Oh'O; several cousins. Friends mov call Sunday ond Monday 2-4 ond 79 om at the funeral home of Joseoh A. Murohv. 363 Chili Ave. Services Tuesdov morning at I 30 ond ol St Augustines Church ot 9 0 clock. Interment, Holy Cross Cemetery., Lackawanna, N.Y. Moore, James C. Thursday, Dec. 19, 1966 James C. Moore of 23 Green Knolls Dr.. formerly ol 15 Garson Ave. He is survived bv hij wile, Hazel A. Moore; his daughter, Mrs. Howard (Elizabeth) Adams of Baltimore, Maryland; his sons, James T. and Roy C. Moore, both of Penfieid; eight grandchildren; four great grandchildren. Friends may call Friday from 3-5 ond 7-9 o clock and Saturdoy from 10:00 a.m. until 3 n m. ot Hedges Memorial Chapel, Inc., 770 East Main St. at Alexander where a funeral service will be held Saturday afternoon ot 3 o'clock. Interment ot the convenience of the family. In lieu ol flowers frknds mav contribute to Soencer Riolev Methodist Church Memorial Fund In his memory, valley Lodge will have a Masonic service Friday evening at 7:30 o clock. Murray, Charles Charles Murray, Victor, N.Y., Dec. 29. 1966 He leoves two dauahters. Mrs. Elizabeth Zumbo, Mrs. Lucille Doran; five grandchildren; his mother, Mrs, Mae Murrov; one brother, Joseoh; oil ot Victor; one uncle, Fred Murray of Rochester. Friends may call 2-4 and 7-9 at the Cotton Funeral Home. 26 Made Ave., Victor. Services Mondav 9:30 o m. and ot St. Patrick's Church at 10 a.m. Interment In St. Bridgets Cemetery. O'Brien, Iva In Warsaw, New York, December 29, 1966, Mrs. Iva O'Brien of Avon, New York. Survived by one son, Maurice O'Brien of Fairoort; one sister, Mrs. Vina Blackmer of Plolnwell, Michigan; several grandchildren, alsa several nieces and neohews. Friends mav call ot the O'Connell Funerol Home, 2041 Lake Ave., Lima, Fri day afternoon and evening from 2-5 and 7-9 p.m. Reauiem Mass Saturday morning at 10 o clock in St. Rose Church, Lima. Interment, St. Rose Cemetery. Owellen. Adrianna (Jennie) Adriannn (Jennie) Owellen, ot St. John's Home on Wednesday, Dec. 78, 1966. She is survived bv one son, John A. Owel len; a brother, Martin Laaendvk of Webster; six grandchildren and nine greai-granacihiaren. Friends mav call ot the R. Kenneth Crawford Funeral Home. 495 Winton Rd. N Friday 3-5 ond 7-9 p.m. Funeral service Saturday afternoon ot 1 o clock. Interment, White Haven Memorial Park at the convenient- nt h family. Friends wishing may contribute to the Memorial Fund of Emmanuel Lutheran Church, 174 Thurston Rood. Passero (Kaiser) Clara C. Friday, Dec. 30, 1964, Clora C. Passero of 52 Curtis St. Survived by her husband, Benlomln J. Passero; two sisters, miss Anne Kaiser, Mrs. William (Theresa) Hilsdorf; two brothrs, Joseoh Kaiser of Maryland and Albert F. Kaiser of Rochester; several nieces wiiu ttcuricws. Friends may call offer 7 Saturdoy .ncL 2 4 ond Sunday and Monday pt the Robert J. Poole Funerol Home. Inc., 1305 Dewey Ave. ot Magee Ave. funeral services Tuesday morning at 9:45 and 10:15 at Holy Rosary Church. Miiciineni, noiy seouicnre cemetery. Rappl (Laniok) Mary ,5 ..ea ',7 resf Thursday, Dec. 29, 1966 Mary (Lomok) Rappl, aged 49 years of 74 Block Woinut Dr. She is survived by her husband, Albert; two daughters, Mrs Samuel (Ann Morie) Nicchitta ond Mariorie Roool; her mother, Mrs. Julia Laniok; three sisters, Mrs. Theodore (Catherine) Pesko, Mrs. Raymond (Helen) Prlnty of Santa Clara, Calif and Mrs. Arthur (Ann) Bennett; four brothers, Michoel, Peter ond James Laniok of Rochester nnil fnri I of Washington, DC; two grandchildren; several nieces ond nephews. Friends may call starting Saturdoy from 2-5 ond 7-9 p.m. at the Paul W Harris Funeral Home. o4 Cliffod' Ave 'sral serviow Tuesday morning at! 915 and 10:"O o'cock at St. Chorles ! Borromeo Church. Interment, HP'v 1 Seoulchre Cemetery. In heu of flower : friends wishing mov have Mosses eered for the repose of her soul. Ravin, Meyer I Friday, December 39, 966 Mever Rmnn ttPrTnl. ?! A?'" "2 L. Ravm o' Ann Aroor, wMCn gin; ti-.-ft g'OnooouBters: o s -s'e". Edf Mitner. Coiifcrn q: i-ee bTit e-s., Ed-word Mcrev o-0 Dr Ksiti ovr a4 New Yo'- a-id Bfiio-nn B3,-m M BLrt. foio; a mece. V.-s. howo-b E-e-T. c Rocheste" ond sevei orier ou- o uwr. nieces ond neohes. Fune'oi sfvees will be he.d Sunaov morning at 10 30 o cock in trie Parsrv Funerol Home Inc., 7 ",25 St. Paul St No prior colling hours. Byio1 m Stone Rd. Cemetery. Following trie funeral o period of trourt,rQ wli te cpse-vec a1 72 Canterbury Ptf. F-ienos waning mov i contribute to charities of tne r cnt"ce. i Reynolds, Leslie W, Entered Into resf Friday, December 31 1966 Leslie W. Reynolds, age 69 vevi, of Auburn Ave., Gates. He 15 survived by his wife, Mrs. Mildred (Lynd) Reynolds; one sister, Mrs, George (Alta) MocLean of Sarosoto, Florida; two brothers, Huoh of Rochester ond C. Burton Reynolds of Akron, N.Y.; several nieces and neohews. Friends may call Soturdoy 2-5 (no calling hours New Yeors Day) Mondov 2-5 and 7-9 om. at the Funeral Home ot Harold F. Wood, 1530 Buffalo Rd. (neor Howard Rd.) where funerol services will be conducted Tuesday morning at 11 00 o clock. Rev. Lawrence Groves officiating. Interment, Garland Cemetery. 11'..... c - c' "ailin c, Warren E. Rice of 114 Wheeldon Dr. Thursday, Dec. 29, 1966. He Is survlvrrj by one daughter, Mrs. James H. (Ida) Gould: two orandchildren. Friends mov call Friday 2-5 ond 7 9, Saturday 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. ot the Mottle Funeral Home, 853 Culver Rd., where funeral services will be held Saturday afternoon ot 1:30 0 m. The Rev. Richard Harrington officiating. miermenr, palmyra, N.Y. Schenkel, Harvey Harvey Schenkel, of 70 Creekside Dr., West Rush, N.Y., at home, Dec. 29, 1966. Survived bv his wife, Bernice; one doughter, Mrs. Richard (Ann) Boe of Soencerport, five grandchildren; three sis'ers. Mrs. Carl (Helen) D'sens, Beatrice Schenkel. both of West Rush; Mrs. Etfie Wolters of Rush; tour brothers. Joseoh of Rochester, George of Honeove Foils, Andrew of Rochester, Howard of West Rush; also several nieces ond neohews. Friends mov coll 24 ond 7-9 at the ivictiuti n. r.avs runerai home, iy won- roe St., Honeove Falls, where services i will be held Sunday, Jan. 1, ol 2 pm Rev. Everelt Fltts officiating. Interment, Pine Hill Cemetery, Rush. Services by Union Star Lodge No. 320 F&AM SulurrJoy ot 9 p m. In lieu of flowers, friends wishing mav moke contributions to the Rush Methodist Church Memorial Fund. Mr Schenkel was a member of Union Star Lodae No 320. F. and A M , Honeove Falls ona Henrietta (.hooter Noi 475 O.E.5. Schubert, Dorothy Dorothy (Wlttman) Schubert, Thursday, Dec. 29, 1964, ol 105 Renouf Drive. Mrs. Schubert Is survived bv her husband, Mr. Wesley Schubert; one son, Jomes W. Schubert; one grandchild; four nieces ond neohews. Friends mov rnit nt th r c Scheuermon Sons. Inc., Funeral Home. 712 Main St. West. Thursday 7 9, Friday 2 5 and 79. Funeral services Saturday morning at 8 30 a.m. at the funeral Home. Interment at the convenience ol the family. Smith, Catherine M. Thursday, Dec. 29, 1966, Catherine M Smith ot 900 Penfieid Rd. She Is Sur. vived by four sons, Lauriston, Wellington, Gerard and James L. Smith; three daughters, Mrs. Bernard (Martha) Haley, Mrs. John (Mercella) Bouer and Mrs. James (Bernadette) Shales; also thirty grandchildren ond several nieces and nephews. Friends moy call otter 7 o'clock Thursday evening and on Fridov from 5 5 ond 79 of the John M. Hedoes Funeral Home, corner of Culver Rood and Emoire Boulevard. Reauiem Moss will be said Saturday morning ot 11 o'clock In St. Andrew's Church. Interment In Holy Seoulchre Cemetery. Smith, Gerald G R. On Dec. ?!. 1966, Gerald G R Smilh of 388 Raines Pk. He is survived by his wife, Anoela; his two sons, John Peter ond Gerald Paul of New York City; his daughter, Mrs Kurt (Patricia) Bina of Troy, N.Y. and his three orandchildren. Funeral services were held at the convenience of the family. Contributions may be made to the Bulldlno Fund of the Church Home, 509 Mt. Hope Ave., I In memory of Mr, Smith. Arrangements by Frear's Funeral Home. Warren, Blanche H. Fridov, December 30, 1964 Mrs. Blonche H. Warren of this city. She leaves one son, Harold; her sister, Mrs. Roy (Olive) Cole; three nieces, Mrs. Homer Lowdcn, Mrs. Katherine Irons ond Mrs. Edward Murohv. Friends mav call Monday 7-1 and 7-9 at the Cass Funeral Home, lAvf Ridoe Road West (ooDoslte Stone Rd., Greece) where the funeral will be held Tuesday morning ot 8:45 and 9:30 o'clock ot St. Laurence Church. Zallcrson, Lou (Louie) Friday, December 30, 1946, tou (Louie) Zallerson of 1180 St. Paul Street. He leaves a sister, Mrs. Meyer (Elsie) Cohen of Rochester; several nieces ond nephews. Funeral services will be held Sunday afternoon ot 1 o'clock In the Pariky Funeral Home, Inc., 1125 St. Paul St. Nn nrinr rnllina hours. Burial in Stone Rood Cemetery Friends wishino may t contribute to charities of their choice. 1 KATHERINE JUSTICE Her Goal: Famous As Premier Uncle HOLLYWOOD - Catherine Spaak has been surrounded by famous people all her life. "I decided at a very early age that I would never become as famous as my father or uncles, or even most of their friends," she says. "But I keep trying." At the moment, her efforts are centered in "Hotel," Warner Bros, drama in which she stars with Rod Taylor, Karl Maiden and Merle Oberon. "Acting," says Miss Spaak, "can sometimes create a more famous personality even than being premier of Belgium." Her uncle, Paul-Henri Spaak, was several times the Belgian premier, first president of the United Nations General Assembly and secretary-general of NATO. Her SHOWTIMES STAGE Auditorium "Decline and Fall of the Entire World a? Seen Through the Eyes cf Cole Porter." 8 End 11 EasitroaD Pnnretar. r.cie Cab i Sham Wn-," fc:i5. Theater East "She Loves ife." E:30 and midnight. Community PlsybdUKe "A Thuusand downs, " 8:3U. MOVIES Paramount "Gcnbit.,"' 12:30,2:45, 5,7:15,9:30. Regent "Axy Wednesday," 12:30, 2:45, 7:15, 8:30. Cinema - "ALfie" 1:15, Deaths Sloman, Mark J. In New York City, December 30, 19' beloved husband of JeareMe Garson loving father of the late Carol 5 Out-tenberg, Jomes G. ot White Plains; , N.Y. ond Jeanette S. Kiy of ScaryJaie, I N.Y. also survived by ten grandchildren1 and two great-grandchildren. Service at Fronk E. Campbell, fodl I son Ave. at 81st Street, Monday 10 a.m. In lieu of flowers oiease contribute to t vour own charity or to the Ne York Times Needmess Cases. Frends may coll between the hours of 24 and 7-9 p.m. Terry, Burt S. Burt S. Terry age 75 years of Dryrjefl, N.Y. formerly of Rochester, It Y. Friday ot the Cortland Memorial Hosoitai. Survived by his wife, Frances Me'rgar Terry, two daughters, Mrs. Jane Cage ond Mrs. Lucille Bristol, two sons, Charles R. Terry of Sou'h Dakota and Donald H. Terry of Pcheter. 10 grandchildren, 1 great-gror,rjon', 1 niece ana 1 neohew. Private services to b heir) tfrr, Jan. 2, 19'7 ot the strong Funeral ChoDel In Drvden, NY. , " lsp Charlotte Suddenly, Thursday, Dec ), Mrs. Charlotte Wise of Medma, Ne- York. Survived by five daughters, Mrs Alvin (Arlene) Oetman, Mrs Anthony (Luello) TasCone, Mrs frank (Eleanor) Carroll. Mrs Pobert (jTneT'TUvre'isteTMrsiMenton retires today after 41 MWEkftV Dthf'ToV; reorn. c " W'CT"-- one brother, CM " le-'t,8-'"- Kood West near u.,',' rT'" from 2-4 and 7 9 n "mJr'ai Bridge dov afternoon at VoVkNn5 h0"rs ew Veor'l Dayjan'ulT' SENIOR CITIZENS Con you afford noi to live at the Newest Concept in RETIREMENT-CUSTODIAL CARE? RATES from$$9?e include Barber & Beautician Service Chauffeur Service Laundry Service 24-hr. Supervision for information Call Lockport 433-5925 or Mail Coupon for Free Brochure LOCKPORT SENIOR MEADOWS 620 East Ave., Lockport, N.Y. Name Address City. DC newcomer and star father, Charles Spaak, is a renowned French writer. And when she was a child, she called Pablo Picasso "uncle" and was dandled on the knee of Jean-Paul Sartre. Born in Paris of a French mother and a Belgian father, Miss Spaak grew up there, started her modeling and acting career there, then moved to Rome, now her home. Home is a lush apartment in the Piazza di Espana. Although she has appeared in 26 motion pictures in Europe, "Hotel" marks her American film debut. With any luck, her talent and beauty will now become known outside of the European countries, and her chances of fame will take on international dimensions. 3:20. 5:20. 7:30, 9:50. Finf Arts "Doctor No," 1:15, .V 8:45; "GoMfir.fer," 3:05, 7, 10:30. L i e v: 'f, ''Murderers' How," 1 30, 3:25 , 5:20, 7:20, c.:r;. n. ?a Liittf -Fahrenheit 451" 1;.'.5. S:2S. 5:25,7:25.9:40. Monroe "Follow Me, Boys," 11:30, 2, 4:30, 7:05, 9.40. Riviera - "Dr. Zhivugu" 2, E. Coronet "The EndiesF Suer." 3, 5:10, 7:20, P:30. SDeridf,e "Follow Me Boys," 11:39, 2, 4:30, 7:05, 9:40. T o w n e "Arrivederci Babv" 1:30, 3:30, 5:30, 7:25, 9:45. Waring - "The Bible," 2, 8. Lvell - "The Blue Max," 1:30, 4:05 , 6:45,9:20. Ridge - "Git," 1:30, 7; Little Nuns," 3, 8:30. DRIVE-IN'S North Park "Frankie end Johnny," 7, "Mad World," 8:30, "I'll Take Sweden," 9:55. Central - "How to Steal a Million," "Von Ryan's Express," "Horror of Party Beach." Empire "Spinout," "Around the World, Under the Sea," "Rampage." Sports Editor Out At Baltimore Sun BALTIMORE UP) A Paul years as sports editor of the Baltimore evening sun. Menton, 65, joined the newspaper in 1923, a year after graduation from Loyola College in Baltimore. per week ... Planned Activities Hobby Shop Balanced Diets Dining Rm, Service Zip. State. New Siar Created By Hecht- HOLLYWOOD - Producer Harold Hecht, famed for discovering unusual talent as well as making films, has come up with a new star . The discovery this time is Katherine Justice, who has a pivotal role in Hecht's "The Way West," starring Kirk Douglas, Robert Mitchum and Richard Widmark. Hecht caught Kathy's performance as guest star in a segment of a television series and, before she could leave the studio, he had her on the telephone. This marked the beginning of her screen career. Her talent and beauty made it almost imperative, Hecht said, that she should start that career starring in a major movie. She plays the part of Amanda Mack, a young bride who shares the perils of a transcontinental covered-wagon journey across the virtually unexplored United States. A FORMER OHIO FARM girl, Kathy was on her way when, just shy of 18, she entered a statewide beauty contest. She won the Miss Ohio crown, and went to Miami Beach to participate in the Miss Universe contest. She was finally disqualified because of her age. Returning to Ohio, Kathy wrote to several colleges and drama schools, one of which was Carnegie Institute of Technology, reputed for its drama and theater department. She auditioned with them and was accepted. The next four years were spent learning the basics of her craft, and they were not easy. Kathy came close to giving it up several times. - IN THE SUMMER OF 1964, she went to Memphis, where .she acted at the Front Street Theater. That fall. Kathy became a resident actress at the Arena Stage Theater in Washington, D.C., and later toured with the road company sum- j mer stock presentation of ' Nobody Loves An Albatross". She won a television role in "The Big Valley" after a screen test. Greece May Buy 12 School Buses Greece Central School District vill buy 12 new school for the 1H67-(jB term if voters approve the $91,171 expenditure at the annual district meeting in June. The school board has approved the proposal to buy the buses. Six would seat 60, two of them 61 and four of them eight passengers. The smaller ones would be used for handicapped children and for children attending special classes in or outside the district. There are now 61 buses in the district fleet. Four will be retired after this year. by Deputy Chief of Police HENRY H. JENSEN Holiday celebrations ore also meant to be enjoyed as pleasant memories after the occasion is over. Don't make the fatal mistake of stepping beyond the bounds of sobriety; know when to stop! We ask you to please be careful over the holidays so we may enjoy your company for another holiday season. The success of the "Holiday Crusade for Safety" depends on YOU! Ontario PRINTING INC. 4 1 0 North Goodman 482 MORGAN SCHOOL OF DRIVING Xetv Locution 1349 Main St. E. 288-6290 "'Virginia Woof Changed It All" HOLLYWOOD (AP) -one memorable part Just can make a movie career bloom. George Segal has been in 12 films, 11 television shows and 17 stage plays but says: " 'Virginia Woolf changed everything. It was a big blockbuster of a movie and there were only four people in it." He played the young professor who boozed it up all night with Richard Burton, Elizabeth Taylor and Sandy Dennis. His current role is as a mobster in "The St. Valentine's Day Massacre." " 'Wolf.' " says the sandy-haired New Yorker, "confirmed the fact that I'm around." NOTICE TO BIDDERS Notice Is Hereby Given that sealed proposals will be received at the office of the Division of Purchase and Supplv, .16 City Hall, until 11:00 A.M. Eastern Standard Time, Jan. 13, 17 on the following: Reynolds Audio-Visual Film Booking Forms for Rochester Public Library. Rental Service for Industrial Cleaning Supplies, Industrial Clothing and Linen Service for Dept. of Public Safely. Removal of 500 Street Trees for the Dept. of Public Works. Bureau of Foreslry. Insulated Boots for the Dept. of Puhlic Safely, Fire Bureau. All bids must be endorsed with the title of the work to which they relate, the name of Hie riddcr and his residence, and must he accompanied by a certified check or hid bond to insure the eexculion 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 after Dec. 30. REED H. HARDING. Purchasing Agent. F Dec. 30. 31-3t. f 10-piece MKS BEDR0M3 'y. - mi bed, CnCfrfln . ' dr.sier, mirror, jl JJ Wl IJ J chest, 2 boudoir I lamps, 2 pillows, I njl IUJ 10 mattress and spring. DOWN! A YEAR END Mm This Safety Message Sponsored by - 1330 SCANL0N TIRE CO., INC. CLASSIC SUPERFINE Dry Cleaners 511 Child St. 235-2281 ROCHESTER DEMOCRAT AND CHRONICLE Saturday, Dec. 31, 196S I6B OPEN HOUSE at the CARIOCA RESTAURANT New Year's Eve DINE AND DANCE TO THE MUSIC OF RAY 2920 W. HENRIETTA RD. 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